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 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
1113 East Tennessee Street, Suite 100
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
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.
Duvall Homes Job Opportunity (Deland)
- Residential Habilitation Coordinator
Duvall Homes is seeking a candidate to fill the position of Residential Habilitation Coordinator. The Residential Habilitation Coordinator (RHC) will supervise the provision of services for individuals determined by the Interdisciplinary Team. The RHC will function as an advocate for the individuals served and reports all areas of deficiencies relating to quality and continuity. This position supervises the development and implementation of each client’s Individual Program Plan (IPP), must have knowledge of the Person-Centered Process, HCBS Rule Settings, CMS Rule changes, and have working knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations concerning services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Must possess working knowledge of governing rules and regulatory standards, pertaining to residential habilitation provided in Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) group homes. The ideal candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in a field related to Human Services or a related field and a minimum of 2 years direct experience in the care and training of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Verbal and written communication skills are necessary. This position constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery (copy machine, phone, and printer). Please submit your resume through Indeed or by email.
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.
Key Training Center Job Opportunity (Lecanto)
- Director of Residential Services
Key Training Center is a not-for-profit human services agency, established over 54 years ago, to provide supports and services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Citrus and surrounding counties. They are seeking a dynamic and innovative leader to oversee their residential services which consist of 18 group homes and 4 apartment complexes serving 145 individuals. This position will serve as a collaborative member of the executive management team, providing direct oversight to five Residential Services Supervisors in a growing Residential Services department. This position is responsible for implementing the organization's vision and insuring the delivery of quality services; maintaining the health, safety, rights, dignity, and confidentiality of all program service recipients; training and evaluating the program's management team; and developing and managing program budgets and working collaboratively with people inside and outside of the organization towards the provision of high quality services. This position serves as advisor to the Director of Program Operations and Executive Director. A Bachelor’s degree in health, human services, or related field preferred, plus a minimum of 5 years of experience working in the disability field, with 3 years of management experience. Direct experience developing and implementing programs for individuals with disabilities, and 1 year managing a human services program. Applicants should apply by emailing their resume to email@example.com.
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.
The Arc of Florida Job Opportunity (Tallahassee)
- President, Chief Executive Officer
The Arc of Florida is an organization founded in 1957 with over 30 statewide Chapters serving people with diverse disabilities. Working with local, state, and national partners, The Arc of Florida advocates for public policies and high quality supports for individuals with diverse disabilities to be fully included in all aspects of their community. As the most recognized, trusted and comprehensive resource for people with diverse disabilities, The Arc of Florida connects individuals, families, service providers, and state leaders to ensure that all people have the same opportunities for education, work, recreation, and lifelong services and live as valued members of the community. The President, Chief Executive Officer, CEO, is the administrative agent to manage and direct the day to day activities of the corporation. The CEO is responsible to the Board of Directors for the implementation of policies and programs approved by the Board of Directors, the ultimate purpose of which is to improve the general welfare of all persons with diverse disabilities. The CEO will represent the agency as its President, Chief Executive Officer in all dealings with other organizations, individuals, and the general public. The CEO shall act as the lead liaison to all Arc Florida affiliates, federal, state, and regional agencies that plan for, and/or budget, or make rules for supports and services for persons with diverse disabilities. The CEO is responsible for the day to day operations and performance of the organization and implementing the organization’s Strategic Plan. To see the full position description and/or apply for this position: APPLY NOW.
The Opportunity Center (Kissimmee)
- Executive Director
The Opportunity Center is a not-for-profit human services agency providing supports and services to individuals with intellectual disabilities in Osceola County is seeking an Executive Director. This position is responsible for successful oversight of business and program development and implementation that promotes the mission of The Opportunity Center. This position is responsible for the organization’s day-to-day operations; programs; viability and growth; creating and developing diverse funding sources including fundraising and partnership development; expansion and management of the organization’s finances including budget development; establishing and maintaining professional relationships with persons served and their caregivers, private businesses, governmental entities, and the community that will enhance service delivery; negotiating, administering, and overseeing compliance with contracts funding diverse programs and departments; overseeing the performance of department heads; and for writing successful grant proposals. A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field with a Master’s Degree is preferred. The ideal candidate must have a minimum of five years upper-level management experience required and experience with special needs is desired. Resumes can be mailed or emailed to The Opportunity Center.
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