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.
Arc Broward Job Opportunity (Sunrise)
- Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
Arc Broward, a well-established, nationally accredited, entrepreneurial non-profit organization based in Sunrise, Florida that provides services to individuals with disabilities and various other life challenges is currently looking for a dynamic, and experienced Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO) to join its senior management team. The CFAO is a key leadership role reporting to the CEO in the areas of finance, technology, infrastructure, and risk management. The organization operates 21 programs and three social enterprises at 10 sites throughout Broward County. It employs nearly 400 individuals (full and part time combined) and operates a fleet of 45 vehicles. Arc Broward’s main administrative offices are located at the main campus in Sunrise. The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated, hands-on, strategic leader with drive and commitment to Arc Broward’s mission, quality, and customer service, integrity, and an entrepreneurial spirit. A deep understanding of principles of financial management, budgeting, and reporting requirements, as well as managing multiple facilities, fleet of vehicles, and I.T. systems is required.
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: arcmc.applicantpool.com by February 17, 2017.
Brevard Achievement Center Job Opportunity (Rockledge)
- Fulfillment/Logistics Manager
Brevard Achievement Center is seeking a Fulfillment/Logistics Manager. This position leads the production, warehousing, picking and shipping (fulfillment) of specified State, Federal, and Commercial commodities contracts to increase employment of individuals with disabilities, while ensuring operational and business efficiency. The Fulfillment/Logistics Manager is responsible and accountable for the execution or all deliverables associated with any approved production/warehousing contract; develops and implements a Production and Fulfillment strategy plan for growth, with the end result of increasing work for persons with disabilities; with the help of Senior Leadership, cultivate Federal, State, and Commercial relationships and business partnerships to expand current operations and services; administers and maintains the inventory, shipping, piece rate payroll, and related software applications; and directs and maintains the Quality Control Plan and the Production Safety Programs. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in business, logistics, or supply chain management or related fields and five years management experience related to production, warehousing, and/or order fulfillment. Interested candidates should apply at www.bacbrevard.com by January 31, 2018.
Evergreen Life Services Job Opportunity
- Executive Vice President – Operations
Evergreen Life Services is seeking an Executive Vice President for Operations. The Executive Vice President of Operations shall articulate and possess a fundamental commitment to the provision of the highest quality of services to individuals and families with intellectual/developmental disabilities and behavioral health challenges. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field, Master’s Degree Preferred, plus 10 + years of related experience, including two years in an administrative or supervisory capacity is required. Interested candidates need to reply to Beth Ann Holmes.
Florida Mentor Job Opportunity (Tampa, Orlando, Pensacola, & Jacksonville)
- Behavior Analyst
Florida MENTOR, a partner of The MENTOR Network, a national network of local human service providers offering quality, community-based services to children, adults, and seniors with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord injuries, and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses, and to youth with emotional, behavioral, and medically complex challenges as well as their families is seeking Behavior Analysts. The experienced Behavioral Analyst will develop behavioral plans, provide behavioral therapy, and other therapeutic services to program participants. This position works with their regional team to conduct functional behavior assessments, develop, and implement effective, positive, behavioral support plans. The Behavioral Analyst positions enjoy high-impact with those served while providing flexibility with your schedule and location - and offering longer-term career options across their nationwide network. The ideal candidate will have a Master's Degree in psychology or related field preferred; one year experience working with special populations in related capacity; experience with conducting research in behavior analysis within an applied setting preferred; certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst (BCaBA); experience working with individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities; and effective communication skills.
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.
MacDonald Training Center Job Opportunity (Tampa)
- Coordinator of Health & Safety
MacDonald Training Center (MTC) is seeking a Part-Time Coordinator of Health and Safety that shall possess a commitment to the mission of MTC and to the provision of high quality services to individuals with disabilities. This position will be responsible for conducting trainings in medication administration, Abuse/Neglect/Exploitation, CPR, First Aid, HIV/Aids, Bloodborne Pathogens, and other required trainings; serve as a resource for safety and health information for individuals, team members, and MTC administration; provide oversight, monitor, and inspect all service locations for compliance in 65G-7; develop and/or update policies and procedures including Health, Safety, Disaster, Infection Control, and others as assigned; acquire and maintain APD Approved Trainer Status as assigned; conduct review of incident reports and complete corrective action plans; ensure compliance and report on regulatory audits and other regulatory requirements; and serve as Facilitator of Safety and Risk Management team. The ideal candidate will have a BA/BS degree and a minimum of four (4) years’ experience working in the field of developmental disabilities. Must have a current and valid Florida Registered Nurse License, a current and valid Florida Driver’s License, clean MVR, authorized/credentialed training for CPR, First Aid, HIV/AIDS, and Bloodborne Pathogens. Prefer APD approved trainer for Medication administration. Proficient in MS Office Suite. Applicants should apply by emailing their resume to Elsje Watson.
Palm Beach Habilitation Center (PBHC) Job Opportunity (Lake Worth)
- Vocational Evaluator
Palm Beach Habilitation Center (PBHC) is seeking a Vocational Evaluator to provide comprehensive Vocational Evaluations for the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation clients and provide support to the HR Department. The position duties include, but are not limited to, the following Scheduling VR clients for evaluations; arrange Situational Assessments and train clients in the work areas; administers and scores psychometric tests, work samples, etc.; writes evaluation reports and recommends appropriate rehabilitation goals; hold staff meeting with appropriate personnel to interpret test results and make recommendations; market Vocational Evaluation Program with VR to increase referrals; monthly reports as requested by Director; maintain CVE certification; provides assessments and interpret results for prospective personnel; schedule and complete Level II background screenings for potential personnel; orientating new employees; posting job ads; compile and update personnel driver records; track and assign employee training's as needed; and complete bi-weekly PTO reports and other duties as assigned by Director. The Vocational Evaluator-Administrative Support person must qualify for Level II background screening and satisfy the requirements for designation as a Certified Vocational Evaluation Specialist (CVE) or Professional Vocational Evaluation (PVE). Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field preferred or Bachelor’s degree and combination of professional and life experiences may substitute for academic training on a 2:1 ratio. Interested applicants should send resumes to Dayna Morgan.
PARC Job Opportunity (St. Petersburg)
- Chief Operations Officer (COO)
As a key member of the Executive Management team, the Chief Operations Officer will report to the CEO and assume a strategic role in the overall management of the company. The COO will have primary responsibility for providing strategic direction and oversight for all program operations-related activities of the company. The COO is responsible for directing and overseeing all aspects of program operations of the organization; provide leadership and direct support to the Senior Leadership Team to ensure an efficient and successful system of services that achieves performance targets; demonstrate leadership skills that build staff investment in the organizations vision and strategic intent; ensure that Senior Leadership monitors progress, outcomes, and deliverables related to each Program; lead, in partnership with Senior Leadership, business development and growth; provide leadership for the continuous evaluation of short and long-term strategic business goals and the impact of long range planning, introduction of new programs/ strategies, and regulatory action; remain well informed on local, state, and national issues affecting the industry; maintain key external relationships with funders, key governmental officials, regional community providers, and key stakeholders; advocate successfully for the individuals we serve; interface with Board of Directors at the direction of the CEO; develop technical expertise related to the regulatory and funding aspects of services; strong fiscal management and understanding of complex reimbursement methodologies; competent functional skills in various software applications (experience with EMR software desired); and prior experience in Board exposure and Management. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Public Administration, or related field is required; ten plus years in progressively responsible leadership roles (Experience in non-profit and/or developmental disabilities industry required.); and knowledge of human services regulatory environment.
Sunrise Community Job Opening (Daytona Beach)
- Executive Director
Sunrise Community is searching for an Executive Director. This position provides support and assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities to enable them to live valued lives in the community; ensures proper oversight, training, and supervision of managers and staff; ensures implementation of therapy, training, and behavior programs and data collection required by the individuals’ plans; ensures the homes and programs offer choice and creative activities within a positive innovative environment; ensures all areas and services operate in an efficient, cost effective manner following the budgeted guidelines; monitors and ensures ongoing compliance with agency directives, licensing standards, and policies and procedures; and other duties as assigned. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field, Master’s Degree preferred; a minimum of four years’ supervisory experience; a minimum of two years’ experience in the human services field; basic computer skills; possession of a valid Driver’s License which meets company standards for approved driver status; and successful completion of the required pre-employment Background and Drug Screenings. Applicants should apply by emailing a resume to Zach Wray.
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