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Interested in empowering the Tennessee Muslim community? Here are some employment opportunities to join the AMAC team.

Temporary Public Health Manager 

Organization Description: The American Muslim Advisory Council is a 501c3 tax exempt organization. Our mission is to foster mutual trust and respect among all people through civic engagement, community building and media relations in order to protect all Tennesseans from prejudice and targeted violence. We envision a Tennessee where all people, regardless of their faith or spiritual beliefs are accepted, respected and valued as members of our diverse society.

 

Position Description: The Temporary Public Health Manager will be working with our Public Health Outreach Team and the Executive Director in bringing mental and physical health resources to the Tennessee Muslim community. We will be hiring one position from May through August in Middle Tennessee. 

 

The responsibilities will include - 

  • Designing and hosting various public health events. 

  • Recruiting volunteers for public health events. 

  • Drafting communications materials/promoting public health events and topics. 

  • Developing and strengthening public health sponsorships across Tennessee. 

  • Managing relevant reporting and grant outcomes as needed. 

  • Perform any other duties related to the role, as required.

 

Expectations: This position will report 20 - 25 hours weekly and to the Executive Director. This program manager should also be available to meet with the team weekly on Mondays from 11:30 to 12:30. 

 

Benefits/Payment: This position is a contractual position paying $20 - $25 hourly depending on experience. 

 

If you are interested in applying, send a resume and writing sample to Shun Ahmed, shun@amactn.com, by 5/22.

 

HR/Administrative Intern

 

Organization Description: The American Muslim Advisory Council is a 501c3 tax exempt organization. Our mission is to foster mutual trust and respect among all people through civic engagement, community building and media relations in order to protect all Tennesseans from prejudice and targeted violence. We envision a Tennessee where all people, regardless of their faith or spiritual beliefs are accepted, respected and valued as members of our diverse society.

 

Position Description: The HR/Administrative intern will work with the executive director to help manage organization oversight, office/event management, documentation of processes, and resource development. We will be hiring one intern in Middle Tennessee. 

 

The responsibilities will include - 

  • Reaching out to community partners and guests to coordinate meeting times, get price quotes from relevant vendors, manage tasks as determined. 

  • Working with staff to document organizational processes and procedures. 

  • Helping to reach out to volunteers/community members to get involved in programs. 

  • Develop resources or professional development opportunities for our community to take advantage of. 

  • Assist the Executive Director in any relevant day-to-day tasks as needed. 

  • Perform any other duties related to the role, as required.

 

Expectations: Interns will be expected to commit to around 10 hours of work weekly, noting that one hour will be used to check in with your manager. Internships can be renewed at the discretion of your manager.  Intern should be able to commit to our team meeting from 11:30 - 12:30 weekly on Mondays. 

 

Benefits/Payment: Individuals are able to complete the program for semester-long periods, from January to May, May to August, and August to December. Interns will receive $2000 at the completion of their internship. 

 

If you are interested in applying, send a resume and writing sample to Shun Ahmed, shun@amactn.com, by 5/22nd. 

Civic Engagement Intern

 

Organization Description: The American Muslim Advisory Council is a 501c3 tax exempt organization. Our mission is to foster mutual trust and respect among all people through civic engagement, community building and media relations in order to protect all Tennesseans from prejudice and targeted violence. We envision a Tennessee where all people, regardless of their faith or spiritual beliefs are accepted, respected and valued as members of our diverse society.

 

Position Description: The Civic Engagement Intern will play a vital role in supporting the Director of Policy & Program with project management support. This position involves significant public interaction, both within the organization and externally. Regular engagement with staff, community leaders, and the public is essential.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Director of Policy and Program in organizing and executing program-related activities, events, and special projects.

  • Plan and execute voter registration drives, outreach campaigns, and community events aimed at increasing voter participation and civic engagement.

  • Assist in developing and implementing strategies to mobilize and educate the Muslim community about the importance of voting and their rights.

  • Research voter demographics, voting policies, and relevant legislative initiatives to inform AMAC's advocacy efforts and outreach strategies.

  • Collaborate with partner organizations, community leaders, and volunteers to maximize the impact of voter engagement initiatives and build strong relationships within the community.

  • Stay updated on local, state, and national election laws and policies to ensure compliance and provide accurate information to stakeholders.

  • Engage in brainstorming, research, and proposal development for potential new partnerships.

  • Perform any other duties related to the role, as required.

 

Requirements:

  • Willingness to work at least 10 hours per week, including weekends as needed.

  • Must have reliable transportation to travel across middle TN as required.

 

Qualifications:

  • Proficient with Excel, Adobe, Canva, etc. 

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills. 

  • Exceptional time management and organizational skills.

  • Sharp attention to detail with an extraordinary ability to multitask.

  • Reliable and diligent worker.

  • Graphic design skills are an asset.

 

Expectations: Interns will be expected to commit to at minimum 10 hours and at maximum 20 hours of work weekly (including occasional weekends). Intern should be able to commit to our team meeting from 11:30 - 12:30 weekly on Mondays. 

Benefits/Payment: This internship pays $18 hourly for the set time-period with the Director of Policy & Program. 

 

If you are interested in applying, send a resume and writing sample to Shun Ahmed, shun@amactn.com, by 5/22nd. 

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