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Post date: July 17, 2018
Senior Operations Director – Lutheran Social Service

Lutheran Social Service
Saint Paul, MN

Lutheran Social Service MN is a dynamic social service organization serving children, youth and families, people with disabilities, older adults and military veterans. Trustworthiness is a value and strength shared by our employees and recognized by the communities we serve. We offer an ALIVE Workplace (Supportive, Positive and Fun) and careers that challenge, energize and rewards employees. Consider joining us!

This position will have the ability to work anywhere in Minnesota.

As the Senior Operations Director for Personal Support Services (PSS), you will ensure the PSS business is well coordinated and productive by managing its procedures and coaching its people, ensure that PSS runs with legality and conformity to established regulations. You will, review financial information and adjust operational budgets to promote profitability, evaluate overall performance by gathering, analyzing and interpreting data and metrics. The goal is to safeguard the efficiency of PSS operations to facilitate accelerating development and long-term success.

The Senior Operations Director of PSS will develop and monitor the progress of financial and operational performance standards to assure viable operations, a positive cash flow, budget adherence, and high levels of quality care and customer satisfaction. In this role, you will oversee strategic planning, overall administration of programs, training and quality, budget management, and oversight of staff. The Senior Operations Director of PSS will also manage the implementation of business guidelines and strategies in concert with Senior Director, Senior Area Directors and Area Directors ensuring programs run smoothly and in accordance with all applicable laws and guidelines. 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or related degree or comparable experience required. Master’s in Business Administration Degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 7-10 years’ experience in program management and experience with similar population.
  • Experience managing operations, financial accountability, managing funding and developing staff required.
  • Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP) preferred. 
  • Must have knowledge of business operations working with people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.  Must understand and be knowledgeable about trends in the field of service and latest types of support, including contracts.
  • Must have working knowledge of data analysis and performance/operation metrics.
  • Able to think analytically, to problem solve and to work under the pressure of a heavy workload.
  • Proficiency in MS office and various business software.
  • Able to communicate/interact/network with many different individuals from different interest groups in a manner which encourages initiative and positive cooperation in problem solving.
  • Able to balance community needs with program resources, closing programs/offices where resources do not match costs.
  • Able to interpret organization policy, state licensing requirements, and other regulations in the development, management, and oversight of services.
  • Excellent supervisory, leadership, and decision-making skills.
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
  • Driver’s license required for travel.
  • Motor Vehicle Record Check (MVR) with a satisfactory driving record required.
  • Bureau of Criminal Affairs (BCA) clearance is required.

Lutheran Social Service of MN is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer of all people regardless of gender, race, culture, religion, ethnicity, protected veteran status and/or disability. It is the expectation that all LSS/CHS employees will behave in a manner that is free of racism, discrimination, bias, and harassment where all individuals are treated with dignity, safety and respect.

Apply Here:

Post date: July 13, 2018
Behavior Analyst – The MENTOR Network

Florida MENTOR
Daytona Beach, FL; Lantana, FL; Orlando, FL; Tampa, FL

Florida MENTOR is a partner of The MENTOR Network and is seeking an experienced Behavioral Analyst to develop behavioral plans and provide behavioral therapy, and other therapeutic services to program participants.  Working with your regional team to conduct functional behavior assessments, develop and implement effective, positive, behavioral support plans.

Our Behavioral Analyst positions enjoy high-impact with those we serve while providing flexibility with your schedule and location - and offering longer-term career options across our nationwide network.


  • Work closely with our individuals and staff to observe, identify, analyze, and document a range of behavior challenges.
  • Conduct functional behavioral assessments.
  • Develop and implement Behavioral Analysis Service Plans.
  • Create individualized treatment plans to help each individual improve.
  • Using training and creativity, explore ways to handle challenging problems for our individuals in home settings, workplaces, and the community.
  • Train team members to reinforce implementation of behavioral plans.
  • Visit programs for follow-up and ongoing evaluations to realign plans as needed.
  • The position requires travel throughout the service areas; hours and schedule are flexible around the people we serve. 


  • 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
  • Required Certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst (BCaBA)
  • Experience working with individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities is preferred, but bring the right attitude, and we’ll train you for success
  • Effective communication skills a must – ability to communicate clearly with team members, medical professionals, those we serve, and their families

What we offer you:

  • Paid training; Holiday pay; 401(k); paid time off, medical, vision, dental and short term disability
  • Flexibility with your schedule
  • Dynamic work environment, no day is ever the same as the next
  • On-the-job training including career development, advancement and paid CEU opportunities
  • Access to career opportunities throughout our nationwide Network
  • Mileage reimbursement

Each of our programs is designed around the needs of the children and adults we serve and delivered in the communities they call home.  We provide the right balance of service and support – combining personal choice, flexibility and community integration with professional oversight, family involvement and stability.

Florida MENTOR is 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.  We have a great work environment, and you’ll be surrounded by a strong and supportive team of peers, leaders and colleagues. With approximately 30,000 employees serving 30,000 individuals in 35 states, you'll have career opportunities from coast to coast.

Come join our team of dedicated and caring professionals.

Apply Today! http:/


Thank you for your assistance,

Janet Plante

Staff Recruitment Specialist/ Florida Mentor

810 Fentress Court Suite 120, Daytona Beach, FL  32117

(386) 274-2236 ext 201

Post date: July 6, 2018
Chief Executive Officer – Mainstay Life Services

Mainstay Life Services
Pittsburgh, PA

Mainstay Life Services in Pittsburgh, PA is searching for leader who is strategic in evaluating programmatic and financial systems with a proven track record of partnership development to join the organization in the role of its next Chief Executive Officer. Mainstay's mission is to provide high-quality support services, ensuring that people with developmental disabilities lead fulfilling lives and realize their vision of a desirable future. Mainstay works to ensure that people with developmental disabilities will live within a community that sustains them and benefits from their participation. Established in 1999, Mainstay now has almost 400 employees and a budget of $20 million to support nearly 400 people through its core programs and services, both community-based and residential. For additional information about Mainstay, please visit the organization’s website at

Mainstay seeks an experienced leader with empathy and compassion for the individuals and families served by their mission. In an ever-evolving healthcare landscape, the organization is looking for a leader who can navigate organic growth, particularly of community services, as well as intentional partnerships with the community. A well recruited/retained and talented staff ensures the operational stability of Mainstay and, along with the Board, looks forward to a future of growth and innovation in programs and services under the leadership of a new CEO.


The CEO will lead with an appreciation of the remarkable impact Mainstay makes in the community. All candidates should have exceptional and proven nonprofit management, leadership, relationship management, and resources

development experience, as well as possess a combination of the following attributes:

  • Educational background that includes a Bachelor’s degree. An advanced degree is preferred.
  • A demonstrated passion for ensuring that people with developmental disabilities lead fulfilling lives and realize their vision of a positive future.
  • A successful track record with creating and maintaining relationships with donors, funders, and community partners.
  • A sense of entrepreneurial opportunism with the ability to adapt with changing conditions.
  • Adept at building effective teams and motivating others to achieve more, particularly in complex and dynamic organizations.
  • Working style that is transparent, encouraging, and collaborative.
  • Past success working with a Board of Directors.
  • Commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation.
  • Clear understanding of the reimbursement models of state and federal funding.
  • Interpersonal skills including the ability to motivate, negotiate, and persuade stakeholders into a course of action in a community context.

This position offers a competitive salary, starting at $180K, commensurate with previous experience and demonstrated skills. The full position description and application instructions can be found on Nonprofit Talent's website at Services

Application Materials are due by 5 PM, July 20, 2018

Post date: July 6, 2018
Executive Director – Indiana MENTOR

Indiana MENTOR
Indianapolis, IN

Executive Director for Indiana MENTOR, a partner of The MENTOR Network

Are you a strong business leader with passion and a track record of developing talent?  Do you have success in developing and maintaining a work culture which drives high quality services while maximizing growth?  Come join our Indiana team with over 2000 employees and revenues of $83 Million.  We need a strong, visionary leader who can bring our operations to the next level of excellence.  As Executive Director, you will provide the strategic direction for all operations throughout the state, ensuring strong financial management in providing the highest quality of services to the people we serve.  

Indiana MENTOR is a partner of The MENTOR Network.  Founded in 1980, The MENTOR Network is a national network of local human services providers offering an array of quality, community-based services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, acquired brain injury and other catastrophic injuries and illnesses and to youth with emotional, behavioral and medically complex challenges as well as their families. With ~30,000 employees serving ~30,000 individuals in 36 states, you'll have career opportunities from coast to coast.  

Key Responsibilities:

  • Effectively lead operations and quality for the state, ensuring the individuals we serve are cared for with the utmost quality, attention, and respect.
  • Drive strategic growth and tactical excellence to provide consistency and synergies across the state.   
  • Responsible for the financial performance of a state or state-wide service line, review financial statements, oversee purchasing, and ensure billing compliance and documentation.
  • Implement core growth strategy to increase census, maximize utilization and occupancy percentages; respond to local requests for proposals to address payor needs; identify and participate in new program development initiatives; and identify potential acquisition partners.
  • Manage relationships with local government authorities such as counties, regional centers and managed care contractors; implement strategy to foster relations with case managers and referral agents; participate in building relationships with local legislators and lobbies on behalf of individuals receiving services.
  • Oversee quality improvement, coordinating Network standards, licensing requirements and individual consumer’s needs; and oversee incident reporting for the state or service line.
  • Maintain regional compliance with Network and regulatory standards for clean, neat, and safe living and working environments; assure pleasant, age-appropriate, well-decorated home-like residential living environments; and direct regional maintenance program.
  • Oversee development and implementation of state-wide or service line-wide health and safety programs for individuals receiving services and employees; direct supervision of nursing contracts and/or nurse supervisor as applicable.
  • Ensure effective plans are in place to maintain and foster relations with individuals receiving services, families and guardians; oversee implementation of consumer satisfaction surveys.  Implement enhancement plans as appropriate.
  • Oversee regional implementation of incident management protocol; ensure timely incident reporting and corrective action; review trends; develop responses; at times, may assist with investigations.
  • Maintain licensing and compliance for regional services and supports; oversee Network compliance plan and confirm timely and accurate documentation.


  • Bachelor's degree required; Master’s degree preferred. 
  • Strong business acumen; data-driven management skills; results-oriented
  • Minimum of 7-10 years of management/leadership experience within a large organization, ideally with a distributed workforce
  • Demonstrated success with cultivating a strong team culture with accountability and developing talent
  • Exceptional relationship management skills with an ability to establish rapport and credibility throughout organization and with external stakeholders
  • Versatility in leading through others, strategically operate within the organization and the ability to move between the strategic vision and the day-to-day tactical needs.


We have a great work environment and you’ll be surrounded with a strong and supportive team of peers, leaders and colleagues.  When you join The MENTOR Network, you’ll make a difference every day and help to provide quality of life enhancing services to individuals across the country.

Come join our team of dedicated and caring professionals.  

Apply On Line:

Post date: July 2, 2018
Chief Executive Officer– Cromwell, CT

Ädelbrook Behavioral and Developmental Services
Cromwell, CT

Ӓdelbrook Behavioral and Developmental Services in Cromwell, Connecticut, is a multi-service agency dedicated to meeting the unique needs of families and individuals of all ages as they relate to autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. In the last 10 years, total revenue has grown from $13.8M to $37M as services have expanded and diversified. Ӓdelbrook now seeks its next leader to continue the growth and build systems and teams to continue providing excellent care to this vulnerable population.

The CEO assures for professional and ethical development of staff and persons served and:

  • Performance improvement and compliance of all programs and services
  • Program development, coordination and diversification
  • Fiscal and property management
  • Development and growth of funding sources
  • Administration of human resources and advocacy for the continuum of services necessary for positive outcomes for clients.


  • Vibrant faith and active membership in a Christian church is required. An ability to support the Mission of the Evangelical Covenant church is required.
  • Master’s Degree preferred in the behavioral sciences or human services area with emphasis on clinical, educational and behavioral treatment of children and families
  • Demonstrated in-depth experience in significant leadership and administrative position(s) in residential and community-based programs involving children, young adults and families.
  • Supervisory experience, preferably with clinical, residential, financial, medical, nursing and educational staff.
  • Knowledge of performance improvement theory and practices and State and Federal policies/procedures of human service licensing and accrediting agencies, e.g., Council on Accreditation, CT Department of Developmental Services
  • Experience working with/being accountable to a Board of Directors, preferably in a not-for-profit agency. Ability to provide vision and champion innovation and fundraising for an organization. Experience with Carver Model Governance a plus.
  • Commitment of professional ethics, integrity, and Christian values, particularly in organizational administration.
  • A positive attitude, a track record that reflects sound judgment, and an ability to establish rapport with agency stakeholders including persons served by the agency, suppliers, agency employees, individual and institutional funding sources, churches and other community organizations.

To learn more through an Opportunity Profile with Process of Candidacy and for instructions on how to apply, visit

Post date: June 22, 2018
Executive Vice President - Philadelphia, PA

Resources for Human Development, Inc.
Philadelphia, PA

Resources for Human Development, Inc. (RHD) seeks an Executive Vice President (EVP). This employment opportunity is for a forward-thinking, strategic leader to direct a multi-million dollar Division of RHD, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Executive Vice President will have overall financial, strategic, and operational responsibility for the programmatic quality, regulatory integrity, values-based culture and financial health of the Division. The incumbent is a member of the RHD Corporate Executive Team, and plays a critical role in helping RHD implement its strategic initiatives and accomplish its strategic objectives nationally.

The ideal candidate:

  • Has a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred), plus 10 years of progressive experience managing programs and systems in nonprofit human service and 10 years of supervisory experience.
  • Is able and willing to travel (approx. 20%), and has some flexibility in scheduling to meet the needs of programs and corporate office functions. Occasional weekend or evening hours may be necessary. 
  • Has a valid driver’s license and personal vehicle (required).

The salary range is $95,000-110,000, based on education and experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is offered, including a generous paid time off policy.

To apply, visit, select the “About RHD” link, then “Work with Us” link, and finally, “Click Here to Search for Jobs.” Enter “PA” under state, then enter keyword “Executive” to view the Executive Vice President (EVP) job posting. When applying, include Requisition Number PA058-EXEVP-S-05-2018-01 with the corresponding online application. You can upload your resume and cover letter as well following the completion of the online application.

RHD is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.

Post date: June 22, 2018
President – New York, NY

The Council on Accreditation
New York, NY


The President will translate COA’s ambitious strategic plan into action, deepen outcomes for individuals and families as well as increase revenue and market share. Based in New York City and reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), s/he will specifically oversee COA’s program and services portfolio, and:

  • Partner with the CEO, board of directors, and colleagues to implement the strategic five-year plan and the new processes and approaches needed to achieve it.
  • Enhance COA’s external profile with sharpened messaging about the value of accreditation.
  • Represent the organization externally with client organizations, programmatic partners and others. Increase the number of private and public organizations accredited by COA, and accompanying revenue.
  • In partnership with finance, ensure budgets and investments dually achieve impact objectives and organizational sustainability.
  • Evolve service offerings to streamline client accreditation processes: drive client service and engagement; support program leaders and teams in ongoing process improvement initiatives, leveraging their best ideas; facilitate cross-departmental collaboration; build adaptive, transparent processes that remove barriers and support sustainable future growth; and identify/address bottlenecks to program delivery.
  • Inspire diverse teams and embody COA’s core values.
  • Promote a highly engaged organizational culture of excellence and continuous improvement that equally values quality, accountability, innovation, agility, teamwork and is reflective of the diversity of COA’s clients and their beneficiaries.
  • Drive coordination, and internal communications, across program teams and initiatives; develop workplans with specific timeframes ad deliverables; measure progress against goals.
  • Mentor and manage leaders across the program division’s inter-dependent departments: Business Development, Client Relations, Standards Development, Accreditation Operations, and IT/Business Intelligence; and
  • In partnership with HR, ensure program team roles, responsibilities and professional development opportunities allow talented, passionate staff to grow in their careers, while also allowing COA to attract future talent.


  • Significant organizational leadership experience in a high-performing accreditation, social services nonprofit or socially-responsible business. Has overseen a complex program model and delivered both programmatic and financial results (ideally including earned revenue) within a “values-driven”, mission- centric organization.
  • Track record of: exceeding goals; bottom-line growth; and charting a higher impact course through his/her leadership. Can point to tangible examples of success in refining and executing on ambitious strategic plans, setting clear priorities, guiding investment in people and systems, as well as increasing productivity while enhancing innovation. Must bring rigor and analysis to problem-solving and decision- making.
  • Strategic and agile with the ability to implement while anticipating – and building toward -- future program and financial needs.
  • Action-oriented, collaborative and transparent leader who builds a positive culture and has successfully championed change management initiatives with mission-driven colleagues. Brings the skills, sensitivity, and confidence to build organizational and staff capacity, tapping into the power of each team member.
  • Persuasive and effective written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills, with the political savvy to effectively partner internally and externally with diverse audiences.
  • Other qualities: resourceful, adaptive, energetic, people-developer, with strong business acumen, creative resourcefulness, judgment, resilience, humor, and a genuine commitment to serving vulnerable populations.
  • Advanced degree preferred (ideally an MSW/MBA, MPP/MPA, J.D.)

COA will offer a very attractive compensation package, including a competitive base salary as well as health, 401(k), tuition/professional development and vacation benefits. 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. If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and unable or limited in your ability to use or access this site as a result of your disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation by calling (617) 564-3779.

To apply, please visit:

Post date: June 15, 2018
Clinical Director – Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Lancaster, PA

Excentia provides comprehensive services to children and adults with developmental needs, including intellectual disabilities and autism.  Services provide the necessary supports to promote independent living and build rich, engaged, and enviable lives.  Excentia provides early childhood and early intervention, life enrichment, and residential services.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the CEO, the Clinical Director is a key leadership position responsible for the development and implementation of Excentia’s programs and services, clinical operations, training and quality assurance.  The position ensures that Excentia provides the highest quality clinical services aligned with industry best practices and innovations leading to improved clinical outcomes for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism.  The Clinical Director is responsible for leading all of Excentia’s programs and services, leads the development of new programs as well as the expansion of existing programs and services. 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead a team of department leaders assuring that service goals, regulations, and organizational policies are implemented.
  • Ensure all programs and services operate consistently and ethically within the mission and core values of the organization.
  • Provide strong leadership and advanced clinical skills in supervising programs and services.
  • Participate in and lead clinical teams in meeting the ongoing needs of the individual’s Excentia serves. 
  • Provide leadership and expertise in providing a broad array of behavioral interventions designed to improve the quality of life for the individuals Excentia supports. 
  • Assume direct responsibility for the clinical supervision, training and evaluation of program staff.
  • Ensure staff meet all regulatory and accreditation requirements as well as comprehends and complies with best practices, professional standards and internal policies and procedures.
  • Identify resources required to reach clinical and programmatic goals.
  • Develop Excentia’s behavior management policies and procedures.
  • Facilitate inter-departmental collaboration to ensure that all direct service departments are communicating effectively and supporting one another as needed.
  • Provide and encourage opportunities for the professional development of staff and building a healthy organizational culture.
  • Conduct regular visits to all programs and services.
  • Serve as the organization’s Quality Management Committee Chairperson.  Develops, monitors, and reports on the quality management plan.
  • Analyze clinical, financial, utilization and incident data to identify opportunities for improving care and controlling cost.
  • Lead and implement the expansion of programs and services.
  • Evaluate organizational design while adjusting systems and processes as needed in response to changes in licensing, program requirements, and expansion.
  • Represent Excentia externally.
  • Participate in the development of departmental budgets, goals and objectives.  Monitor monthly revenue and expense.
  • Exercise tact, diplomacy, patience and flexibility in working relationships with staff members and employees to provide responsive and optimal support in meeting goals and objectives.
  • Chair quarterly research meetings, leads an active organizational research agenda and develops research policy.  Provides oversight to research projects.
  • Develop relationships with funding agencies.


  • A commitment to the provision of the highest quality of services to individuals and families with intellectual disabilities and autism.
  • Strong leadership and advanced clinical skills.
  • Knowledge of program models for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism.
  • Adept in working with individuals served, regulatory personnel and funders.
  • Strong background in residential and day programs and services.
  • 5+ years of demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience in working with people with intellectual disabilities and autism.
  • Minimum of a master’s degree in human services or a related field, BCBA credential preferred.

Salary will be commensurate with experience. Excentia offers a comprehensive benefits package and a collaborative work environment focused on supporting their mission, vision and values.

To apply, email resume and cover letter to Dr. George P. Linke, Jr., at

For additional information, contact:

Dr. George P. Linke, Jr.


Linke Resources, LLC


Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

            Linke Resources is a specialty professional search firm focused on serving behavioral health and other mission-based organizations. For more information, contact Dr. George Linke at

Post date: June 15, 2018
Senior Vice President of Operations - Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha, NE

Mosaic is a faith-based nonprofit organization providing a life of possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities. At Mosaic, we’re serious about service. It’s who we are and what we do.

Mosaic is currently looking for a SVP of Operations to join our executive leadership team in Omaha, NE.


  • Leading and managing a comprehensive range of services and programs delivered across Mosaic's network of agencies.
  • Provides leadership through the supervision, mentoring, and coaching of the vice presidents of operations (VPO's).
  • Supports Operations in the achievement of strategic goals, high quality service delivery and overall compliance with Mosaic standards and multi-state government contracts.
  • Responsible for operations performance, analysis, and as a member of Mosaic Leadership Council informing the Council on matters related to operations in order to promote effective strategies and utilization of resources.
  • Regularly review services being offered to evaluate effectiveness against identified outcomes and Mosaic's strategic direction
  • Partnering with others inside the organization to ensure that systems, processes and people are aligned to achieve the goals of providing high quality, responsive and personalized services to individuals in service.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Business Management Human Services or a related field required. Master's Degree in Business Administration or a related field preferred.
  • Minimum of ten years of previous experience in the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities in a multi-state provider setting, with at least three years in an executive role.
  • Demonstrated leadership at an executive level with proven results of leading a complex, multi-state organization to leverage strengths across the organization.

More about Mosaic:

Apply online:

Contact: Mallory Walter

402-896-3884 x31104

Post date: June 11, 2018
Team Coordinator/Residential Supervisor - Media, Pennsylvania

Values Into Action
Media, PA

Do you believe it's better to support people one at a time instead of 30 at a time? Are you tired of working in a group home or facility where what matters most is the building and all of the rules? Do you want the opportunity to make a REAL DIFFERENCE? Work with us and put your leadership, supervisory and program specialist skills to work for the person and team!

Values Into Action, a leader in innovative services for people with disabilities seeks a Team Coordinator to act as the primary supervisor and coordinator for teams of staff supporting people with disabilities to live in their own homes and direct their own services in Delaware County.

In this role, you will provide leadership and supervision to Community Support Workers, coordinate staffing schedules that meet the person’s needs and preferences, and act as the primary contact with people supported and their families, – All with the goal of ensuring full civil rights, happiness, health and safety of people supported by the organization.

This position includes a combination of supervisory/administrative duties, as well as providing direct support for the people accepting services. Travel throughout Delaware County will be required.

PLEASE NOTE: This position requires: participation in an on-call rotation schedule, flexibility with working evening and/or weekend hours, and travel via personal vehicle to areas within Delaware and Philadelphia counties.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have a bachelor’s degree in a human services related program from an accredited college or university (required) and 2 years work experience working directly with persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities OR a master's degree in a human services related program from an accredited college or university and 1 year work experience working directly with persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
  • Be community focused and thrive on engaging and building relationships within the community
  • Have experience with Dual Diagnoses (Mental Health/IDD)
  • Have proven supervisory experience with an emphasis on coaching employees and teams
  • Have a criminal history free of prohibited offenses
  • Possess a valid driver’s license, a clean driving record and a safe, operable vehicle available to you when you work
  • Believe in and have working knowledge of person centered thinking, planning and action.
  • Be proficient with Microsoft Office
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively through written, oral and electronic means i.e. email, text, web.
  • Be able to kneel, bend, squat and reach frequently
  • Be comfortable providing total personal care and physical support

This is a full-time, hourly position with flexible scheduling that includes evenings, overnights and weekends, as required.

Competitive compensation with benefits to include single employee HMO coverage, a generous PTO allowance, and employer paid short term and long term disability insurance.

Visit our website at WWW.VALUESINTOACTION.ORG to learn more about who we are and what we do. If interested please complete our online application on our website.