Job Line & Opportunities

The Florida ARF Job Line


As a courtesy, Florida ARF offers the opportunity to participate in The Job Line, to post employment opportunities and highlight potential candidates within the industry. Contact Florida ARF if any of the following pertains:

  • You want to advertise an available position at a community organization.
  • You are a participating RESPECT of Florida Employment Center professional seeking to post a resume for an employment opportunity at a community organization in another part of the State of Florida.
  • You are wishing to broadcast a resume or curriculum vitae for consideration within the industry.

Here’s how Florida ARF can help:

E-mail or snail-mail job descriptions, resumes, or vitae’s. Please include the following:

  • Application deadline. The listing will be removed after the date specified, unless we are instructed to do otherwise.
  • Essential duties and responsibilities. Please give a brief description.
  • Required education and/or experience.
  • Contact information for interested applicants.


Florida ARF Employment Exchange
Attn: Courtney Swilley
2475 Apalachee Parkway, Suite 205
Tallahassee, Florida 32301

The Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, Inc., is committed to increasing opportunities for all individuals without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, or national origin. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of all positions advertised through the Florida ARF Job Line.

Job Opportunities


ARC of Martin County Job Opportunity (Stuart)

  • Residential Services Director
    ARC of Martin County, a medium size not-for-profit healthcare agency assisting and supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the Treasure Coast region, is seeking a Residential Services Director.  This position reports directly to the Chief Operations Officer.  The Residential Services Director is responsible for overseeing all residential program operations to include intake, staffing, programming, and ensuring compliance with all federal, state, & agency rules and regulations to ensure best practices within the ten community based homes and supported living programs.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field, Master’s Degree Preferred, plus 5 + years of corporate organizational management experience, excellent computer and communications skills.  Competitive salary and benefits are offered.  Interested candidates need to reply to: by February 17, 2017.


Global Connections to Employment (GCE) Job Opportunity (Pensacola)

  • Chief Operating Officer
    Global Connections to Employment, Inc. (GCE) is seeking a Chief Operating Officer to advance GCE’s mission:  Enriching lives by creating opportunities for people with disabilities.  The position functions include, but are not limited to, the following:  Provides leadership to the Contract Operations teams for GCE lines of business; contributes to a system-wide environment which fosters achievement of goals and advances the GCE mission; promotes and contributes to a system-wide atmosphere of trust and respect for all GCE employees; conducts Listening Tours at GCE contract sites; enhances the opportunity for advancement of GCE employees; promotes the achievement of contract deliverables; focuses on consistently achieving high quality (effective, efficient, and safe) services across all lines of business operated by GCE; consistently promotes positive relationships with all customers associated with contracts and services; monitors Performance Accountability Report (PAR) metrics applicable to GCE contract operations and takes actions needed to consistently achieve targets; ensures operational compliance with all laws and regulatory/funding source requirements and guidelines; establishes, monitors, and manages using key performance indicators; actively engages in, and contributes to, GCE strategic planning; facilitates fiscal planning and collaborative development of annual operating and capital budgets for Contract Operations; collaborates with GCE’s Business Development arm to achieve responsible growth of the business and job creation for persons with disabilities; collaborates with GCE’s Decision Support Systems to achieve GCE mission; collaborates with GCE’s Community & Government Relations personnel to promote GCE’s mission, increase awareness of GCE and its role, and conduct education of policy-makers; participates in customer and prospective customer presentations and proposals; assists with presentations to the GCE Board of Directors and corporate senior leadership; may engage in contract and price negotiations with customers; may serve as designee for the GCE President/CEO with external groups as needed.  The COO position requires a Bachelor’s degree, or higher, in business, management, accounting, industrial psychology, engineering, or a related course of study; must have a minimum of five (5) years of experience developing and successfully managing operations with an annual budget of $10 million or more; must have familiarity with the following regulatory areas:  Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Department of Labor Wage & Hour and Service Contract Act, OSHA, and National Labor Relations Board; must possess, or be capable of obtaining and retaining, a Top Secret security clearance.  Candidates for this position should demonstrate the following leadership traits: integrity, mission-focus, good communicator, respect for others, ability to manage change and setbacks, action-oriented, and visionary.  While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to travel domestically, and on occasion internationally, to company and customer sites and to conferences.  Interested applicants please visit our Career Center on our website and complete our on-line applications.


Palm Beach Habilitation Center Job Opening (Lake Worth)

  • Director of Programs & Services
    Palm Beach Habilitation Center is searching for a Director of Programs & Services.  This is an administrative position which provides oversight to the agency’s program related grants and contracts.  As such, this position is responsible to assure the agencies programs are in compliance with state and grant regulations.  Responsibilities include quality assurance, program evaluation, grant writing, program marketing, and program compliance with accrediting agencies and other appropriate standards.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field, Master’s Degree preferred; 3+ years work experience administering grant and state funded programs; work related experience in serving individuals with disabilities including employment, vocational training, day services, and residential programs; and pass a level II background screening.  Applicants should apply by emailing a cover letter & resume to (Attn: Laura Lavelle, HR Manager). 


Submit Your Job Opportunity

If you would like to submit your job opportunity for posting, please contact our Member Services Department.