If you are passionate about supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), maybe it's time to consider a career with
The Arc of North Carolina. Founded in 1953, we are one of the oldest and largest I/DD advocacy and service organizations in the state.
The Arc is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender,
gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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Supports Manager

Position Status: Full-time

LocationNew Bern

The Arc of NC is seeking a full-time Supports Manager to provide support to individuals/families with intellectual and developmental disabilities in New Bern, NC.

Education Requirements: Candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field and two years of full-time experience post-baccalaureate in the field of developmental disabilities and must meet the qualifications of a Qualified Professional.

Experience Requirements: Candidate must be a motivated team player, flexible, creative, hardworking and organized, as well as have excellent problem solving and communications skills. Candidate must also have solid computer skills and should possess a thorough knowledge of person centered thinking and state and federal regulations.

ResponsibilitiesThe Supports Manager will assist individuals/families with the hiring, managing, training and evaluating of staff. The Supports Manager will also provide clinical supervision for staff, develop short-range goals, complete required reports, and monitor individual authorized services. Maintain communications with all invested parties, coordinate team meetings with families, and provide support to individual/families during challenging situations. Some travel is required.

Deadline: February 24, 2019, and send resume to Christina Paguio at cpaguio@arcnc.org

 

Employment Specialist

Position Status: Full-time

LocationWilmington, NC and surrounding counties

The Arc of NC seeks a passionate, dedicated, and reliable Employment Specialist to assist adults with disabilities to gain and maintain meaningful employment in the community, meaningful competitive pay, and permanent/year-round employment.

Education Requirements: Candidate must have a High School Diploma or GED, valid driver’s license, must be able to pass background check, prefer experience working with people with developmental/intellectual disabilities in health related or education field and knowledge of community resources.

Experience Requirements: The Arc of NC seeks a passionate, dedicated, and reliable Employment Specialist to assist adults with disabilities to gain and maintain meaningful employment in the community, meaningful competitive pay, and permanent/year-round employment. Applicant must be able to work independently, work a flexible schedule, nights, weekends, and holidays sometimes. Must be able to drive a vehicle for short to long periods of time during a work day. Must be able to maintain close attention to details to render complete and accurate reports and records for use by others on a regular basis.

ResponsibilitiesThe Employment Specialist will provide employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities through community-based evaluation and assessment of individual’s abilities and needs, prescriptive job development, job placement, job coaching and follow-up. Work in varied home, business, and community environments based on assigned support list. Demonstrate ability to take the initiative to make decisions/choices without direct supervision. Communicate regularly with employees receiving employment services and their employers to ensure job satisfaction and optimal job performance.

Deadline: January 11, 2019, and send resume to Kelli Derr at kderr@arcnc.org

 

Office Manager

Position Status: Full-time

LocationAsheville, NC

The Arc of NC is currently seeking a highly organized, self-starter to fill the position of Office Manager. This position will play an integral role ensuring proper flow of office procedures and protocol.

Education Requirements: Associate’s degree or higher is preferred; 2+ years’ experience working in an office setting and human service area.

Experience Requirements: Candidate must have professional administrative experience, preferably in the human service field. Candidate must be a motivated team player, flexible, hardworking and organized, as well as have excellent written and verbal communications skills. Candidate must be able to multi-task, prioritize their work, and be able to complete complex administrative tasks with minimal supervision and maintain a high level of professionalism. Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Bookkeeping and basic accounting experience. Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills.

ResponsibilitiesThe Office Manager essential job duties include: Advocate for the rights of people with disabilities through daily contacts. Act as a direct administrative assistant to the Asheville site Regional Director. Support the operations of The Arc site/office by providing fiscal and clerical assistance. Manage all billing functions of the site, including but not limited to, completing weekly reports and monitor payments and outstanding invoices of all billed/invoiced services. Monitor authorization status of services. Prepare all data to produce financial statements for the division. Approve, code and data enter all invoices and/or payments and many other administrative tasks as assigned. Functions as a liaison between Regional Director and Senior Staff.

Deadline: January 25, 2019, and send resume to Duncan Reid at dreid@arcnc.org

 

Assistant Regional Director

Position Status: Full-time

LocationCharlotte, N.C.

The Arc of North Carolina is seeking a seasoned professional to support the work of the Regional Director in overseeing and coordinating services for individuals with I/DD and their families throughout the Charlotte Region.

Education Requirements: A four-year degree in a human service or related field and a minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in non-profit and community-based I/DD service organization. Candidate must be a seasoned, motivated team player with excellent problem solving and communication skills, steeped in person-centered thinking and implementation. Candidate must be able to travel and be available for some overnights. Must also have a thorough knowledge of state and federal rules and regulations governing services for people with developmental and other disabilities.

Experience Requirements: The Arc of North Carolina is seeking a seasoned professional to support the work of the Regional Director in overseeing and coordinating services for individuals with I/DD and their families throughout the Charlotte Region.

Responsibilities: Assistant Director will perform a wide range of duties pertaining to community-based supports, including community navigator services, self-direction, advocacy and education, guardianship, and other services. Assistant Director will also assist in ensuring compliance with all federal and state rules and regulations, along with all policies and procedures of The Arc of NC, as well as the implementation of quality assurance and quality improvement measures and activities for the region. This position will serve as an Arc of NC representative with MCO/funders, provider agencies, as well as, other community organizations as assigned by the Regional Director. Assistant Director will also provide oversight, support, and guidance to supervisors and staff in the region as assigned by the Regional Director.

Deadline: January 11, 2019, and send resume to Kira Wilson at kwilson@arcnc.org

 

Support Associate (Direct Care Staff)  

Do you want to make a difference in a person’s life? The Arc of North Carolina seeks passionate, compassionate, hard-working individuals to support people of all ages with I/DD throughout North Carolina.

Education Requirements: High School Diploma or GED

Responsibilities: providing breaks for caregivers, assistance with personal care, teaching skills to increase independence, promoting inclusion in the community. Related experience in direct care or special education is preferred but not required. Creativity, progressive thinking, strong advocacy skills, and knowledge of community resources are highly desirable. Qualified applicants must be 18 or older, current driver’s license, and pass background checks.

Applicants may send resumes to the following:   

The Asheville Area: Lori Boehm at lboehm@arcnc.org 
The Charlotte Area: Vanessa Sanders at vsanders@arcnc.org
The Triangle Area: Foresa Walker at fwalker@arcnc.org 
The Wilmington Area: Wilmington Administrative staff at admin_wil@arcnc.org