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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:

  • Responsible for the support and execution of the activities associated with the TCAA Development Department including all gift processing, donor data management and recognition, social media management, and website support. 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 position performs tasks that are supportive in nature to program staff and program participants. The Case Aide handles participant services such as supportive home visits, case file documentation, data entry, and assists team members in delivery of trainings or events. The employee responds to participant inquiries and monitors the fulfillment of service requests to help ensure their needs are met according to case plans and in a timely and satisfactory manner. At the direction of the Health Start Program Manager, the position may also conduct home visits and/or deliveries in support of case management services.

  • 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.

  • Seeking an experienced program manager to launch a new, model program designed to prevent homelessness among vulnerable older adults living in the East Valley. Works with a partnership involving three nonprofit agencies (including TCAA) to promote awareness of the program, recruit, assess, and match seniors as roommates, and coordinate enrollment of these seniors within the partnering nonprofit agencies. Flexible, work from home opportunity.

  • The position handles customer service requests, reservations, route mapping, and scheduling in support of individuals (older adults and adults with disabilities) receiving nutritious meals from TCAA. Participants enrolled in these programs contact the Customer Support Specialist to register for, request, and make changes to requests relating to catered meals, in-home support, and transportation services. The employee responds to all customer inquiries, accurately enters data in various systems, maintains records, and monitors the fulfillment of service requests to help ensure needs are met in a timely and satisfactory manner.

  • 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. The employee will identify and work directly with individuals 55 and older who have significant challenges remaining independent at home as they age.

    The position provides services at Tempe Senior Centers, other community locations, and in the homes of program clients. The Case Manager coordinates the delivery of support services for clients such as medical, legal and ancillary to remove potential obstacles, prevent isolation, and enhance the potential for client success. The position also monitors client progress towards achieving service plan goals, conducts regular plan reviews and adjusts as necessary. This is an active, rewarding, and fast-paced role.

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