Make a career out of making an impact

Looking for a fun, flexible workplace where you can put your skills to work for God's Kingdom? Join our team!

Gena Thomas

Our Culture

Chalmers is a small, mission-driven team. We love Jesus. We love the poor. We love the local church. We laugh, pray, and enjoy life together. We like sharing meals and talking about the things that matter to us.

"Chalmers is that rare place where you can be totally engaged in mission while your skills and experience are challenged and grown alongside coworkers who will make you laugh and make you think."

Tabitha Kapic

"It is extremely rare for an organization to encourage this much accountability, productivity, collegiality and flexibility simultaneously."

David Norman

"I like working at Chalmers because of the supportive community. The staff here encourages and challenges me to live out the Kingdom in my daily life."

Laura Haley

Why You'll Love Working at Chalmers

  • Meaningful Work

    Integrate your knowledge and professional skills with your faith.

  • Share Your Ideas

    You'll get to collaborate in an environment where ideas are freely shared and valued.

  • Competitive Benefits

    We offer family medical, dental, and vision insurance, significant employer HSA contributions, and a 401k with 3% match.

  • Flexible Work Environment

    You'll have the freedom to work where you get things done best.

  • Tasty Snacks

    We keep our office stocked with free hot and cold beverages and healthy snacks.

  • Professional Development

    You'll enjoy our annual paid staff retreat and other professional development opportunities.

Based in beautiful Chattanooga, TN

We're located in one of the best mid-sized cities in America:

Outside
Named Chattanooga "Best Town Ever" based on readers votes
National Geographic Adventure
Chattanooga is one of the "Best Adventure Towns in the US to Live + Play"
New York Times
Names Chattanooga 1 of 45 cities worldwide to visit
Travel + Leisure
Named Chattanooga as one of the five "Next Great Escapes" and calls Chattanooga a "cultural find"