Current Open Positions
Please see below for a list of current positions available with Renewed.
Outreach & Development Coordinator – Part Time
The Outreach/Development Coordinator will promote all programs and services of Renewed by developing community partnerships with schools, civic and professional groups, etc. The Coordinator plans, schedules and implements all educational and awareness presentations and activities throughout the year. The Coordinator will attend conferences and meetings that focus on child and/or adult mental and emotional health programs (i.e.: school counselors, medical professionals, churches and community groups etc.). This part-time contract position is funded by the generous support of the Joe C. Davis Foundation, with the intent of becoming a full-time role after the first year.
- Networks and makes appropriate contacts with teachers and guidance counselors, church clergy/staff, clinical providers, civic/community groups to schedule presentations.
- Establishes and manages program reporting requirements.
- Orders, prepares and distributes educational materials as necessary.
- Schedules and conducts presentations each week.
- Administers pre and post-test surveys and compiles results for data input and tracking.
- Evaluates unmet program needs and advocates for program changes in addition to the development of new programs to meet those needs.
- Completes reports and budget requests in a timely fashion.
- Works to ensure prompt entry of all database information.
- Keeps a complete log of all contacts and expenses related to outreach program.
- Attends meetings relevant to program development and community education/awareness.
- Trains and recruits volunteers for program presentation, ensuring inclusion of our Speaker’s Bureau volunteers in presentations as schedule allows.
- Staffs health fairs and exhibits, presents to child/adult mental health professionals.
- Answers the “Find Help” line when working in the office.
- Communicates regularly with the TN Dept of Mental Health, and other area professionals to ensure Renewed’s materials are readily available in the community.
- Conducts research for grant applications, securing local and state statistics related to eating disorders and body image concerns.
- Identifies new grants for program expansion, including collaborations with local groups.
- Manages grants calendar, tracking new opportunities, along with application dates and reporting deadlines.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred in social services or related field (i.e., social work, psychology).
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Experience in presenting to small and large audiences, and diverse age groups.
- Proficiency with PC and all Microsoft Office software (Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel, Outlook) is required. Preferred experience with Kindful, EMMA, and social media.
- Ability to function effectively independently and as part of a team.
- Available to work nights and weekends as needed.
- Punctual, professional, with strong organizational, scheduling, and time management skills.
- Physically able to stand for extended amounts of time and can lift 25 pounds comfortably.
- Must have own transportation and a valid TN driver’s license.
How to Apply:
Please submit cover letter and resume via email to Deb Sandvik, with “Outreach & Development Coordinator” in subject line. Deadline for applications is June 1, 2018 with intent of filling position by early July 2018.
Development & Research Intern
The Development Intern will work under the direction of the President/CEO of Renewed, and in cooperation with the Director of Marketing and Clinical Director. This internship gives a motivated individual the opportunity to be heavily involved in research, program evaluation, and grant writing for a small nonprofit organization. This internship will be in exchange for course credit hours.
- Assist with research of grant opportunities.
- Evaluate current survey methods, and use data to quantify community impact for grants and publications.
- Help write grant applications, and track progress according to grants calendar.
- Assist with outreach and other related activities as needed.
Qualifications/Skills Required (or desired):
- Candidate should be a student pursuing a major in Nonprofit or Organizational Management, Psychology or Social Science or related field looking to gain a complementary educational experience.
- A general knowledge of research, program evaluation and grant writing.
- Solid communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Able to work flexible office hours during the week (with total of appox. 12-15 hours/week).
- Must have own transportation and housing.
- One full semester commitment is preferred.
How to Apply:
Please contact Deb Sandvik at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (615-831- 9838) for more information.