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~ Current Openings ~

OPEN POSITION: Director of Development

Title:  Director of Development

Supervisor:  Executive Director of CCWTN

Direct Reports: None

Position Statement:  The Director of Development is a part of the leadership team at CCWTN. This individual is charged with meeting fundraising goals as established annually and building upon the infrastructure necessary to succeed for the long term. The fostering of relationships in the areas of Major Gifts, Foundations, Planned Giving and Corporations / Matching Gifts are considered critical.

 

Job Standards:

1.      Identifies, builds, and strengthens relationships with key individuals in the areas of major gifts, foundations (private and corporate), planned giving and corporations/matching gifts whose interest align with Catholic Charities programs.

a.      Coordinates efforts with the Executive Director, Grant Writer, board members, volunteers and others to research, identify, cultivate and solicit major individual donors.

b.      Oversees the relationship, management and submission of foundation grants.

c.       Builds and executes a robust lead-generation plan for high wealth donors and foundations focused on reaching prospects targeted through criteria that measure both potential and engagement.

d.      Develops targeted marketing materials online and in print to support major gifts, foundations, planned giving and corporations/matching gifts, lead-generation, qualification and cultivation.

2.      Meets mutually agreed upon annual goals for donations.

3.      Provides oversight and direction to development and implementation of department budget.

4.      Leads the effort to install, launch and utilize Raisers Edge© software to add professionalism to our Development efforts.

5.      Assuring compliance in the use of and reporting on donated funds in accord with the donor’s guidance.

6.      Leads the annual Providing Help….Bringing Hope campaign.

7.      Supports the efforts of periodic fund raisers throughout the year.

8.      Generally speaking, this role does not solicit grants from governmental agencies. 

The above list reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the primary functions of the job identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all of the work requirements that may be inherent in the job, or assigned by supervisory personnel.

Qualifications:

1.      5 – 7 years of demonstrated success in the Development field (ideally) in Memphis and West Tennessee

2.      Diverse fundraising background with targeted donors: small sum donors (sponsors), major donors, corporations, family and private foundations

3.      A self-starter with a proven success in generating revenue

4.      Demonstrated ability to build, develop and foster relationships internally and externally

5.      Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines and maintain disciplined adherence to program goals

6.       Demonstrated diplomacy in working with diverse cultures and audiences and sensitive situations and subject matter

7.      Personal accountability toward achieving goals

8.      Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills

9.      Ability to travel and meet with constituents in their place of business or at home.

10.  A practicing Catholic.

11.  Own and drive an automobile with current liability insurance.

Materials and Equipment:   Basic personal computer skills (Microsoft Office), and – ideally – familiarity with Raisers Edge© software.

Position Level: SM (Senior Management)

Send a letter of interest and resume to:

Rachel D'Addabbo

Executive Assistant, Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Catholic Charities of West Tennessee
1325 Jefferson Ave.
Memphis, TN 38104

E-mail: rachel.daddabbo [at] acc.cdom [dot] org

Phone: 901-722-4750

Updated: 7/14/17

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OPEN POSITION: Intake/Outreach Coordinator St. Sebastian Veteran Services

Position Summary: The Intake/Outreach Coordinator works with Veteran households who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. The Intake Coordinator screens and assesses if a Veteran Household meets program eligibility criteria. The Intake Coordinator is responsible for gathering essential data from the Veteran to determine program eligibility. If the Veteran is not eligible for services, the coordinator refers them to other appropriate community resources.

 Duties and responsibilities:

  • Enter data into the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) database timely and accurate.
  • Schedule intake appointment and maintain appointment calendar.
  • Prepare accurate Case Files which include the Eligibility documentation.
  • Report to Program Director of St. Sebastian Veteran Services  
  • Conduct client and community outreach activities

 Qualifications:

  • College degree in social work and/or 3-5 years related experience
  • A Veteran or familiar with Veteran’s needs and programs
  • Excellent computer, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Own and drive an automobile with current liability insurance. 

Position Level: Professional – Salaried, Full-Time; paid vacation, holidays and personal time. Daytime hours Monday through Friday, periodic nontraditional hours (evenings / weekend).

Please email a cover letter and resume to: Alan Butson  alan.butson [at] acc.cdom [dot] org   (901) 722-4724

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OPEN POSITION: Immigration Services Intern

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Catholic Charities of West Tennessee is developing a growing immigration services program to meet the legal needs of low-income immigrants and refugees. Our program provides individual client services and also does outreach within the community to inform immigrants within Memphis of their rights and immigration options. CCWTN’s office is located in mid-town Memphis.

In general, an internship may include:

  • Interview immigration clients telephonically and in-person to collect factual information related to their cases
  • Input case-related information into client database and prepare case summaries and legal immigration documents and materials
  • Conduct follow-up interviews with clients throughout the case preparation process
  • Assist CCWTN staff in preparing for interviews before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
  • Tasks will evolve depending on the needs of the CCWTN staff and clients.

Qualifications:

We are looking for interns who demonstrate an interest in immigration law and advocacy. Interns must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. A willingness to learn and participate in program events is also desired. Individuals with Spanish proficiency are preferred but no language skill is required.

This internship is unpaid and interns must provide their own transportation to and from the office. Public transit is limited but parking is free. Intern must be able to work part-time or 15-20 hours a week. We would like the intern to start by the beginning of June 2017 but can be flexible.

To apply:

Please email a resume, cover letter, a brief writing sample (3-5 pages) and contact information to Christine Butson.  

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, although we do encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible.

Send applications and questions to:

Christine Butson

Program Director
Immigration Services

Catholic Charities of West Tennessee
1325 Jefferson Ave.
Memphis, TN 38104

E-mail: Chris.butson [at] acc.cdom [dot] org

Phone: 901-722-4730

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OPEN POSITION: Case Manager, St. Sebastian Veteran Services

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Position Summary: The Case Manager works with Veteran households (clients) who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. Helps clients to identify and obtain suitable supportive housing. Assists clients to access all applicable benefits to which clients are entitled so that they may remain stably housed. Coordinates client employment needs with the Employment Support Specialist. Provide clients information about other internal (CCWTN) programs or external resources for other needs (health care, legal, etc.).

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Identify appropriate housing options for qualified clients and work with landlords to affect an efficient placement in housing.
  • Maintain accurate and current Case Files to include the following components:
    • Service plans
    • All eligibility documentation
    • Comprehensive case notes
    • Documentation of Temporary Financial Assistance (TFA) provided
  • Work with clients to review basic budget principles.
  • Connect clients with internal and external resources (landlords, VA, SSA, SNAP, etc.) to provide referrals to & help navigate access of qualified benefits.
  • Enter data in HMIS database (case management software) timely and accurate.
  • Reports to the St. Sebastian Veteran Services Program Director

Qualifications:

  • College degree in social work and/or 3-5 years related experience
  • A Veteran or familiar with Veteran’s needs and programs
  • Excellent computer, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Own and drive an automobile with current liability insurance. 

Position Level: Professional – Salaried, Full-Time; paid vacation, holidays and personal time.

For consideration, please email a cover letter and resume to:

Alan Butson             alan.butson [at] acc.cdom [dot] org   (901) 722-4724

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