COMMUNICATIONS & SPECIAL PROJECTS MANAGER
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise is searching for a Communications & Special Projects Manager to coordinate communication efforts (both internal and external), manage daily marketing for the organization including social media, assist with regular fundraising and events, and command special projects as needed.
The Communications & Special Projects Manager is a high-level position and the ideal candidate will work closely with the CEO on all aspects of CNE activities.
The ideal candidate will possess the following education and career experience:
Understanding of marketing and standard practices and strategies for nonprofits
Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Web browers
Strong computing skills, including basic database and web content management skills
Experience in a communications-related filed and an understanding of marketing communications
Strong oral and written communication
Strong project management skills
Ability to act as an agent of change and implement new technologies
Ability to work collaboratively and build professional relationships with colleagues and constituents
In order to apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and three writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise is searching for a Policy Advocate to help launch our newly developed advocacy program.
The Policy Advocate will be a member of the executive leadership team, working closely with the CEO to provide leadership and management of CNE’s policy and advocacy initiatives. The Policy Advocate will be responsible for:
Collaboratively developing and implementing our mission-driven policy agenda
Serving as a staff liaison in the development of board-approved policy agendas
Maintaining relationships with local, state, and federal decision-makers in our services area
Developing a stakeholder engagement strategy to educate, train, and activate community members around our policy agenda
Organize legislator meetings and lobby days
Build strategies that will support electronic activism (social media, online petitions, etc.)
Serve as a confident representation of CNE at public events and meetings
To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and three writing samples to email@example.com.
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise is searching for a Leasing Agent to market rental units and serve as a positive, open line of communication for renters.
The Leasing Agent will report to the Property Manager and will handle marketing, leasing, and resident relations of CNE’s rental units. This includes:
- Overseeing walk-in appointments, phone calls, and one-on-one meetings with renters/potential renters
Maintaining quick turn around between unit conversions
Completing regularly scheduled unit inspections for income restricted housing
Creating and assigning work orders as needed.
Verifying all online and local marketing tools are up to date for all available rental units
Education and Experience Requirements
The ideal candidate for the Leasing Agent position will possess the following education and career experience:
- High school diploma, with college experience preferred
Previous experience in a sales or leasing environment
Experience in Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Section 8 Vouchers, HOME projects a plus
Thorough knowledge of Fair Housing Laws with expected participation in trainings and activities
Knowledge of Windows Operating System and Microsoft Office Suite
Experience with cloud-based property management software (AppFolio) a plus
This position will be open beginning July 1st for between 25-30 hours per week, although the probability of becoming a full-time position is high. This position also offers competitive pay and the potential for bonuses as more rental units come under our control.
The ideal candidate for this position will be committed to growing and learning within the property management career field and be prepared to work toward promotion opportunities and development.
Please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.