Consortium Job Board

Find information on job opportunities with Consortium members and partners below! For information on employment opportunities with CAFTH, visit our Employment page.

Current Openings

  • Emergency Services Director, MIFA: The Director of Emergency Services is responsible for managing the daily operations of the Emergency Services program and oversee the Intake process through staff management and development, program delivery, quality control and evaluation. Serves as a MIFA representative and key contact in the community. Directors possess the knowledge and authority to make decisions on behalf of their areas, often independent of a supervising vice president of chief. They generally supervise at least three employees and provide guidance for their teams, including clearly communicating strategic goals, fostering trust, promoting professional development, and holding staff and each other accountable. They spend most of their time managing efficient operations, with an eye for opportunities to innovate or integrate technology. Additional priorities include compliance and cross-training to ensure continuity of operations. These staff members report to chiefs or vice presidents. To learn more and apply online click here
  • Case Manager, Alliance Healthcare Services - STAY (Supporting the Authentic You) a Permanent Supportive Housing Program: The Case Manager will be responsible for collaborating with chronically homeless individuals to develop the Individual Plan of Care, linking participants to community services consistent with individual plans and goals, providing assistance and training to program participants in areas related to daily living skills, communication, and self-advocacy and following up on referrals with community service providers to ensure that service linkages are effective. The Case Manager will review the plan monthly or more often if there is a change in status or need in order to assure that current needs are addressed. Interested applicants may send a resume to [email protected].

    Responsibilities include but not limited to:

    • Interview individuals referred to the program to explain the program and verify consumer willingness to participate.
    • Acquire and demonstrate “best practice” knowledge and expertise in the delivery of services to chronically homeless individuals and their subpopulations.
    • Provide assistance to clients incorporating housing-first principles, recovery-based, client-centered approaches, and harm reduction strategies.
    • Perform a needs assessment of each individual in case load and assist each individual to articulate goals and strategies to meet those goals, and help them document goals/ strategies in an individualized Goal Plan.
    • Take all necessary actions in assuring the implementation of comprehensive service plan including serving as an advocate for the consumer to enable him/her to receive needed services; identification of program needs, service gaps, and discussing strategies. 
    • To support the ongoing coordination of services and supportive systems to insure continuity of intervention.
    • To support the maintenance of the consumer records, review and update consumer evaluations, complete reports of services provided, services needed and all other clinical and administrative records deemed necessary and appropriate.
    • Conduct face-to-face and phone contacts with consumers on case load in the consumer's home or community on a regular basis.
    • Conduct contact with consumer's families, staffs of various agencies and programs and others involved in the person's recovery.
    • Provide activities of daily living instruction and support to each consumer in caseload as needed.
    • Assist individuals in caseload to obtain a living situation that meets the assessed needs of the consumer and develop strategies for maintaining the consumer in his/her community setting.
    • To liaison and advocate with landlords, neighbors, public agencies, social service providers and other entities that impact the life of the consumer.
    • To assist the consumer in meeting basic needs and increase their use of natural supports and community services.
    • To assist consumers with accessing/gaining mainstream benefits.
    • Document all interactions with consumer and weekly progress.


    • Will possess, at minimum, a Bachelors in Psychology/Counseling/Social Work or Related field, Masters preferred and/or one year of experience working with chronically homeless individuals or related field.
    • Proven ability to make independent decisions.
    • Local knowledge of community resources for the homeless population and subpopulations.


  • (3) Crime Victim Advocate, CVRCC: The Shebly County Crimes Victims of Rape Crisis Center has three open positions for Crime Victim Advocates. A Crime Victim Advocate will provide holistic advocacy and support services to victims and survivors of crime. They will work closely with other victim service agencies, law enforcement, courts, county and community groups, and faith-based organizations residents to ensure victims of crimes understand their rights and are connected with the resources necessary to promote healing and resiliency after trauma. Learn more and apply here
  • Grants Administrator, CCWTN: The Grants Administrator will be responsible for overseeing related activities before, during, and after the grant awards process, as well as monitoring fiscal facilitation and compliance. See the Catholic Charities of West Tennessee (CCWTN) Careers page here for more details.