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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. 

To Apply

Make a Difference while Earning a Paycheck! Immediate Opportunities:

  • Director of Finance oversees all company financial activities to ensure it stays in strong financial standing. Their main duties include building revenue reports, distributing calculated funds to various departments and implementing company financial policies. The position receives part-time support from an Administrative Assistant and works collaboratively with leadership staff, the Board of Directors, other employees, and funders.

  • The position provides administrative support services to the senior leadership of the agency. The position handles a wide array of administrative and accounting support tasks, handles confidential information, is well organized, demonstrates strong data entry skills, shows an exceptional attention to detail, has excellent customer service skills, and a dedication to the organization mission. The ideal candidate is skilled, self-driven, mature, and able to think critically and strategically.

  • This position is responsible for connecting community members and service providers with TCAA to increase awareness and program participation. The successful candidate will identify service needs, build potential partnerships and community engagement methods, increase participation especially in programs addressing food insecurity, represent TCAA in the service area(s), and monitor and evaluate the outcomes of community outreach activities.

  • This position serves as the agency front line of support for multiple programs, providing excellent service and navigation assistance so that program participants and visitors are satisfied with their experience at TCAA. Bilingual (English/Spanish required).

  • Home-Delivered Meal drivers 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 position is responsible for conducting case management assessments, developing individual service plans, and assisting enrolled older adults with significant barriers to living independently in their own home. He or she will identify and work directly with individuals 55 and older who have significant challenges remaining independent at home as they age.

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