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Passionate about making a difference? We want you on our team!

We are a growing team, passionate about helping the community overcome hardships and thrive. If you're ready to make a difference in the valley, browse our open positions at TCAA and tell us how you can positively impact our mission!

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Current Opportunities at TCAA

  • TCAA seeks an experienced fundraising event planner to assist our team on a contractual basis with planning and implementing up to two annual events. These events are designed to raise awareness of our mission and engage attendees in supporting our work. Events will take place in Tempe, Arizona. The scope of work includes but is not limited to project management; securing vendors and rentals, AV, lighting, and other items needed for the event(s); handling permits; developing run of show and scripts; and other related tasks to produce memorable experiences for attendees.

  • Under supervision of the Program Manager, the Program Assistant performs tasks that are supportive in nature to program staff and participants. The position handles phone-based and in-person inquiries and fulfills service requests, scheduling, case file documentation, and data entry, and assists team members in delivery of human services programming. The position may also conduct program related home visits, transport items between sites, and/or make deliveries.

    This position is Friday-Monday 6pm-10pm averaging 20 hours per week.

  • The Director of Mission Advancement leads all development systems and strategy, responsible for driving the success of fundraising, donor and community relations, capital campaign, marketing and communications, corporate philanthropy, and fundraising events. This role is an executive leader position within a fast-growing grassroots nonprofit organization. The position provides inspirational leadership and executes effective fundraising and community and donor engagement strategies that allow TCAA to deliver on its mission.

  • The Food Pantry Manager improves access to healthy food for households experiencing food insecurity in our service area. The position is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Food Pantry. The position plans, organizes and monitors effective and efficient food acquisition, storage, tracking, and distribution. The Manager ensures exemplary customer service for internal and external stakeholders and customers, and meaningful experiences for volunteers.