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MetMin seeks a dynamic, articulate individual to lead the organization. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the MetMin CEO is charged with overall supervision and operation of the organization’s staff, programs, growth and mission execution. This individual is responsible for fostering a positive agency culture; maintaining stakeholder relationships; assuring timely, accurate, relevant and real-time messaging; and upholding financial integrity.Support Now
Supporting the Chattanooga Community through Social Services
Metropolitan Ministries began as a mission venture of the Episcopal Commission of Southeast Tennessee in 1979, operating out of Christ Church, a local downtown parish. The founders' goal was to answer the calls for emergency financial assistance to those in our community who just can't make it, for whatever reasons. Partnering with other developing initiatives, new organizations were created collaboratively to provide a safety-net for those among us who had exhausted all other options.
Assistance Areas Include:
- Past due utility bills (electricity, gas, water, and sewer)
- Past due rent payments
- Access to other community resources.