The Neighborhood Christian Centers, Inc. is looking for a ministry minded person.  NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. Anyone interested in applying and want to be considered for an interview, please forward your résumé no later than 12:00p on Friday, February 19, 2016. Please see the job description below.


POSITION DESCRIPTION:  Human Services Worker

STATUS: Full-Time

HOURS: 40 Hours per week

General Purpose of Position:

Provides case management services to parents with children between the ages of newborn (0) and five (5).


  • Should have a thorough knowledge of Compassionate Ministries’ departmental policies and procedure manual.
  • Should exhibit a pleasant demeanor with neighbors, agency representatives and staff when performing daily tasks.
  • Conduct comprehensive social and economic well-being assessments for each parent/care-giver.
  • In conjunction with parent/care-giver, develop an individual action plan for improving the quality of life for self and children.
  • Monitors, tracks & documents parent/care-giver’s progress in achieving goals.
  • Reviews action plans with parent/care-givers at least every 30 days or as needed.
  • Updates and ensures logs and database are current and accurate.
  • Works with local service delivery network to make service referrals
  • Develop collaborative relationships with community based organizations and agencies that provide support services, and resources.
  • Reviews and provides program and client specific summary reports for management review
  • Performs any other duties as assigned

Qualifications and Aptitudes:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or equivalent with one year or more year’s social services experience.
  • Organization and time management skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to motivate clients to take action
  • Ability to understand multi-step written and oral procedures/instructions
  • Adherence to NCC policies/procedures, including safety practices
  • Ability to demonstrate intermediate knowledge and use of MS Office Suite (WORD, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Interest in and the ability to articulate the NCC Statement of Faith, Mission and Values
  • Valid Tennessee driver’s license and insurance

Summer Camp Staff – Arc Mid-South

Are you a compassionate care giver? Does dependable, self-motivated, full of energy describe you?

The Arc Mid-South is hiring Direct Support Professionals to serve individuals with disabilities (3:1 ratio) at our 8 day, overnight Summer Camp Pinecrest Retreat Center in Moscow, TN July 22 – 29, 2015

Campers enjoy a variety of recreational activities including water fun, arts and crafts, entertainment, making tie-dye items, volleyball, dancing, Zumba, swimming, hiking, learning to be more independent, making s’mores, and much more. And they make life-long friends! This is a great opportunity for Direct Care Professionals, college students and persons specializing in therapy, psychology, special education, nursing, and other social & human service fields. For more information contact The Arc Mid-South at 901.327.2473

Are you a compassionate care giver? Does dependable, self-motivated, full of energy describe you? Join The Fun!


Disability Rights Tennessee is seeking an advocate for the agency’s Memphis office. This position is to promote the educational rights of students with disabilities.

Minimum requirements include BA/BS in education, psychology, social science, or related human service field with two years experience as a special education advocate, special education teacher, or other related professional position.  MA/MS/M.Ed preferred.  Bilingual skills helpful.

Must possess excellent communication, organizational, interpersonal, and case-work skills.  Frequent travel required. Persons with disabilities and members of racial/ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply.

Please submit resume, letter of intent, and writing sample by June 15, 2015 to:

Gina Brady at



The Arc Mid-South is hiring Direct Support Professionals to serve individuals with disabilities at our 2 day overnight Weekend Retreat.


Service Over Self / 2505 Poplar Avenue / Memphis, TN

Nelson Wood / 3932 West Union Road / Millington, TN

St. Columba / 4577 Billy Maher Road / Memphis, TN

Stephen Olford / 4000 Riverdale Road / Memphis, TN


Retreat Dates 2015:

(Time: Friday 6pm – Sunday 12 noon)

• February 20th- 22nd

• March 27th-29th

• April 17th-19th

• May 8th-10th

The Arc Mid-South has provided Respite Weekend Retreats for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for over 30 years. Formatted to be “mini-camps”, the weekend retreats are staffed with a ratio of 3:1 and offer social, recreational, and educational activities to participants while helping campers achieve greater independence.

Attendees will enjoy a variety of recreational activities including games, arts & crafts, entertainment, making tie-dye items, volleyball, nature walks, dancing, movies and learning to be more independent. And they make lifelong friends!

This is a great opportunity for seniors, retirees, or college students specializing in social work, special education, therapy, psychology, nursing, and other social and human service fields.

If you are interested in working as a Direct Support Professional at The Arc Mid-South, apply online at or apply in person at:

The Arc Mid-South

3485 Poplar Avenue, Suite 210

Memphis, TN 38111

The Arc Mid-South is an equal opportunity employer.





FGP/RSV Program Manager with Porter-Leath

Close Date: Feb. 24, 2012

The FGP/RSV Program Manager will have the responsibility for the program(s), plans and carries out all management activities to include employee supervision and program development, providing internal/ external oversight for the program according to the established Federal and Porter-Leath guidelines to ensure regulations are adhered to at all times.


*Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, or related field. *Experience working with volunteers & partner sites in the Mid-South area (Memphis and Desoto County). *Experience working with Senior Citizens is preferred. *Knowledge of appropriate rules and regulations enforced by the Corporation regarding the F.G.P. and R.S.V.P. program. *Knowledge of basic nutrition and child development. *Effective oral communication and interpersonal skills. *Strong organizational skills to determine workload priorities. *Effective writing skills to include knowledge of proper grammar, spelling, punctuation and sentence structure. *Skill to evaluate given information, research additional needed information, and to complete reports based on the information received. *Computer skills to include spreadsheets, word processing, Access database management and the internet. * Possess Driver’s License with good driving record and proof of automobile insurance order to conduct the required monitoring reviews as needed. * Effective oral communication skills to include telephone skills and manners to handle calls in a professional and courteous manner and able to deal successfully with the public in a friendly manner.

Apply Here!