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Careers

Passion. That’s the common attribute of those that work for our organization.

We are dedicated to helping participants of TCAA programs to overcome hardship and live their best lives. If you’re ready to make a difference, browse our openings, share your resume, and tell us how you can positively impact our mission. 

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Make a Difference while Earning a Paycheck! Immediate Opportunities:

  • TCAA operates I-HELP Homeless Shelter program in partnership with several other organizations. The Driver position ensures that program materials, supplies, and trailers are transported between offices and shelter locations within Tempe and provides logistical support to the shelter program on an as-needed basis. This part-time position requires a clean driving record and ability to transport agency vehicles and commercial shower and laundry trailers in a safe and timely manner. Work schedule includes Monday through Saturday morning shifts.

  • Senior Nutrition Program Meal Servers assemble, package, deliver, and serve catered meals to older adults and eligible persons with disabilities, in defined geographic areas. The position requires a good driving record, Level One Fingerprint Clearance, Food Handler's Card, and sensitivity to/compassion for the needs of older adults with limited mobility.

  • This part-time position assists the organization to source and distribute food to people in need through Tempe's largest Food Pantry operation. The position is temporary but may become permanent. Hours are part-time, Monday through Friday, approximately 20 per week.

  • The Development Assistant is responsible for the support and execution of the activities associated with the TCAA Development Department including all gift processing, donor data management and recognition, community outreach, and event management. We are seeking a candidate that is a polished professional offering a minimum of one year of successful experience in fundraising and event planning.

  • The Case Worker provides a vital link between clients in need of services and the resources that can address their needs. The Case Worker determines eligibility for services which prevent homelessness and promote self-reliance through the provision of mortgage, rent, and utility assistance, crisis case management, and community referrals. The ideal candidate will possess a passion for serving underprivileged households, keen attention to detail, and a desire to work within a high-performing team. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.

  • The Shelter Program Case Manager formulates and coordinates case plans that promote self-sufficiency and housing permanency among men and women who are experiencing homelessness. The Case Manager provides a vital link between clients in need of services and the resources and service providers that can address their needs. The position manages a caseload involving participants of the emergency shelter and assists visitors at the drop-in resource center.

  • The Program Manager position is responsible for managing daily operations related to the Financial Success Center and the attainment of desired outcomes among adults seeking greater economic empowerment and mobility. This position provides leadership, direction, and clear communication of grant and contract specifications, requirements, and objectives, and delivers outcomes that align with the agency’s strategic vision.

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