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This venue was created to help those members and others in the disabilities field who are seeking candidates for their specific management career opportunities.

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Post date: November 19, 2018
Director of State Partnerships and Special Projects – ANCOR

American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR)
Alexandria, VA

ANCOR, the national trade association for disability service providers, is hiring a Director of State Partnerships and Special Projects in our Government Relations department to lead its state association relationships and guide ANCOR’s federal grant work.

ANCOR has over 1,400 members who are providers of disability services. In addition, ANCOR represents 55 state provider associations and is a leading source of information sharing and federal policy making for these associations and their State Association Executive (SAE) leadership. The Director is the key staff to oversee and support the collective discussions of the SAEs and their staff, including at three in person events throughout the year and on bi-monthly calls. The Director is also the initial point of contact for the SAEs on all issues related to their membership and addressing their membership needs, whether on policy or best practices. This portion of the role requires good relationship skills, keen organization and communication skills, as well as breadth of experience with membership, Medicaid, disability, LTSS, and related topics.

The Director is also responsible for ANCOR’s federal grant work which is currently focused on a federal grant with the Administration of Community Living, in partnership with other organizations, that provides information to the community and states on the business acumen required for community based disability organizations to partner with states on integrated and managed care contracts. As we enter the third year of this grant with the possibility of extension, we seek a Director who has strong project management skills, ideally but not required experience with managed care systems, and great presentation skills. 

Overall qualities of the role:

  • Previous work experience on Medicaid HCBS/ICF provided services
  • Recommended – but not required – previous work with membership association
  • Recommended – but not required - experience/knowledge of managed care
  • Works well autonomously as well as with others
  • Strong leadership
  • Good research skills and good initiative
  • Great writing/editing skills  
  • Strong organization skills and experience with events
  • Good presentation skills
  • Willingness to travel

ANCOR is headquartered in Alexandria, VA with some offices also in Washington, DC. The Director could work remotely from another state, but some travel would be required to D.C. as well as around the country for the grant portion of the role.

How to apply:

Please submit a resume with a brief paragraph of interest by email with the subject 'ANCOR Director Role' to Esme Grant Grewal, ANCOR VP of Government Relations, at egrant@ancor.org by November 30. We will be holding interviews on rolling basis and seeking to fill the role ASAP, so submitting materials before the deadline is highly recommended. 

Post date: October 31, 2018
Executive Director – Mosaic

Mosaic
Garden City, KS; Lubbock, TX; San Angelo, TX; Spring, TX; Northern Iowa (position based in Forest City, Clarion or Waukon)

Mosaic is the largest national faith-based provider of services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our more than 4,000 employees and independent contractors provide a life of possibilities to nearly 3,700 people across 10 states. Building upon more than a century of service, Mosaic navigates continuous transformation in service delivery while maintaining a focus on those things that matter most: people served and their families; the people who serve; and our mission of service and advocacy.

Mosaic is currently looking for Executive Directors to join our agencies in Garden City, Kansas; Lubbock, Texas; San Angelo, Texas; and Spring, Texas; Northern Iowa (position based in Forest City, Clarion or Waukon).

The Executive Director is the leader of our agency operational team, which includes community relations, program management and direct support. Critical to their role is ensuring safety, respect, connection and integrity for the people and families we serve. 

Responsibilities:

  • Daily operational oversight of the agency
  • Strategic planning, partnering and collaboration with the national supports office (finance and accounting, human resources, marketing, community relations, information technology and more) and statewide teams
  • Financial and budget oversight
  • Employee management, including coaching and development
  • Program oversight
  • Community relations, fundraising and advocacy
  • Compliance and regulatory responsibilities

A successful candidate will have:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Human Services or a related field
  • Minimum of five years of experience in a related field
  • Minimum of two years of supervisory or management experience
  • Budget management and human resources experience

To find out more information about this position please contact Mallory Walter or Jason Metz.

Mallory Walter

402-896-3884 x31104

Mallory.walter@mosaicinfo.org

Jason Metz

402-8963-884 x30020

Jason.metz@mosaicinfo.org

To apply online or review other job openings, please visit www.mosaiccareers.org.

Post date: October 24, 2018
Program Director – Community Residences, Inc.

Community Residences, Inc.
Providence, RI

Community Residence Inc. is a Connecticut based Human Services not for profit that is expanding its services into the Northeast Connecticut and Rhode Island Regions. We are seeking a Program Director who will be based out of Providence, Rhode Island, to lead this new development. Experience with developing Supported Living Arrangements (SLA's in RI) or community Companion Homes (CCHs in CT) and Community Living Arrangements for adults with intellectual disabilities is required. CRI offers excellent salary and benefits.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Responsible for the overall leadership, administration, management, coordination and development of Residential and/or Day Services:
  • Create a nurturing, positive learning environment and develop strategies to help the clients cope effectively with social, emotional and physical situations of daily living and facilitate independent performance in these areas.
  • Must be able to lift and transfer 70-75lbs.
  • Assure that all clients are provided with high quality services and care consistent with their needs and according to CRI’s principles and standards; report problems and incidents to the Associate Executive Director and the Executive Director immediately.
  • Manage the overall operations of assigned programs providing training and supervision to Program Coordinators. Assure all state and federal regulations are met and agency policy is implemented.
  • Schedule and hold monthly department meetings ensuring attendance is noted and minutes are distributed.
  • Coordinate the provision of services to clients and engage in problem solving with staff and Associate Executive Director when barriers to meeting client needs are present.
  • Audit case records regularly to insure thoroughness, consistency, timeliness and compliance to established agency and State and Federal policies and regulations
  • With Program Coordinators, Residential Program Managers and Day Program Supervisors oversee in the hiring, scheduling, training, disciplinary actions and performance reviews for direct care staff; consult with Associate Executive Director, Executive Director and/or Director of Human Resources for disciplinary actions and terminations.
  • Review and monitor administrative reports, supervision logs, client records and files
  • Responsible for on-call for crisis management and problem solving on a pre-arranged schedule.
  • Review and monitor facility upkeep, maintenance and safety. Assure any issues are addressed timely.
  • Ensure that client finances are administered in an appropriate manner and that accurate records are maintained. Monitor the use of petty case and ensure accurate accounting of agency petty cash and resident funds in an informative, auditable condition at all times, as required or requested. Report any discrepancies to Associate Ex. Director immediately.
  • Ensure that residences and day programs are maintained to comply with standards established by local, state, federal and other regulatory bodies and participate in all inspections conducted by such regulatory bodies. Coordinate licensing functions.
  • With Program Coordinators, Program Managers and Supervisors and staff, maintain effective relationships with client families, guardians and friends.
  • Maintain and promote good community relations.
  • Conduct oneself in a professional manner when interacting with supervisors, coworkers, consultants, families and members of the community. Must be a positive role model for staff and clients.
  • In conjunction with Training Department and Residential Program Managers, ensure staff is aware of required trainings and meet agency and DDS training requirements. Notify Associate Ex. Director and Human Resources immediately when staff trainings expire. Maintain own training requirements per agency and DDS requirements
  • Assist the Associate Executive Director and the Chief Financial Officer with planning, development, budgeting and financial management. Monitor on an ongoing basis to ensure assigned programs are operating within their established budgets. In the event that there are variances, work with all parties to rectify situation
  • Provide Associate Ex. Director with review and follow through of all referrals in an effort to fill vacant beds in as timely a manner as possible
  • Maintain and increase professional development and skills by attending training and keeping current by reading applicable professional literature.
  • Assist the Associate Executive Director with organizational tasks.Interacts with other professional peers and programs and represents the agency when directed by the Associate Executive Director.
  • Recruit, train and supervise volunteers.
  • Transport clients, when necessary.
  • With the Program Coordinators, ensures that consultants in assigned areas complete tasks, as assigned.
  • Maintain clients’ right to privacy and adhere to CRI’s Confidentiality Policy.
  • Familiarize with CRI policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with same.
  • Perform all other duties as delegated or requested by the Associate Ex. Director.

EDUCATIONAL/PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS

A degree in Human Services field and five years of experience managing the overall operations of Residential and/or Day Support programs with an emphasis on administration and regulatory compliance. Master’s degree preferred, and a Bachelor’s degree is required in an approved field of study when assigned to ICF programs.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

1. A valid driver’s license, ability to drive own or agency vehicle and a good driving record.
2. Leadership, administrative and supervisory skills.
3. Knowledge of Residential/Day Program Services, applicable regulations and standards and current best practices.
4. Excellent written and oral communication skills.
5. Organizational and planning skills.
6. Knowledge of behavioral principles and strategies.
7. Commitment to the philosophy of community based services, integration and the values of client centered services.
8. Suitable transportation.
9. Residence located within an appropriate distance for crisis response.

Please send resume and cover letter to mreiter@criinc.org.

Post date: October 23, 2018
Executive Vice President – Resources for Human Development

Resources for Human Development
Philadelphia, PA

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

Reporting to the CPO, the Executive Vice President will be responsible for programmatic, strategic and fiscal oversight of the division operations in providing services to 400 individuals among 19 programs, including quality of service, regulatory integrity, values-based culture and financial stability. Incumbent is a member of the RHD Corporate Executive Team and plays a critical role in helping RHD to nationally implement and accomplish its strategic initiatives and objectives.

The ideal candidate has a minimum - bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred), plus 20 years of progressive programming experience in human services to include 10 years of combined supervisory and executive leadership experience. The successful candidate should demonstrate a knowledge of the Department of Labor regulations, CMS and HIPAA compliance, human resources operations including dispute resolutions. Prior work experience with the IDD population is desired.

Competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package is offered, including a generous paid time-off policy.  Willing to discuss salary negotiations for the ideal candidate.

TO APPLY: Go to website:  www.rhd.org, select “About RHD” link, then “Work with Us” link, finally, “Click Here to Search for Jobs”, entering “PA” under state, then enter keyword, “Executive” to view the Executive Vice President (EVP) job posting, with corresponding on-line application. You can upload your resume and cover page, once you complete on-line 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: September 24, 2018
IT Manager – ANCOR

American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR)
Alexandria, VA

The American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR), a vibrant national nonprofit trade association representing over 1,400 community service providers of supports and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is looking for a well-rounded IT Manager to manage all essential technology in our Old Town and DC offices and for remote staff.

Based in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, ANCOR's IT Manager reports to the Chief Operations Officer (COO), supervises all IT-related vendors and contracts, and will be a critical member of a dedicated staff of fourteen professionals. The IT Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management, maintenance and continuous improvement of ANCOR’s database and computer and phone networks, and will assist ANCOR staff and members with their IT needs.

The ideal IT Manager for ANCOR has excellent technical and project management skills combined with a willingness and aptitude for learning new web systems and working with data, combined with excellent interpersonal skills. The IT Manager will closely collaborate with staff to ensure that technology will support ANCOR’s program objectives, and that technology is a tool, not a barrier, to increased member engagement.

Experience in netFORUM and Microsoft Power BI will make an applicant stand out. Attention to detail, the ability to manage the implementation and completion of hardware/network projects and a critical problem-solving eye are essential. Experience with an association, membership organization or nonprofit is a plus.

Duties of ANCOR's IT Manager will include:

  • Maintaining and improving ANCOR’s database (netFORUM) which houses membership demographics, event registrations and supports ANCOR’s website, online community and communications with members. Database management includes:
    • Developing and implementing data collection systems and other strategies to optimize efficiency and enhance quality and integrity of data.
    • Maintaining database results by setting and enforcing standards and controls.
    • Ensuring the successful integration of netFORUM into other essential platforms (Higher Logic, CG Engage, drupal-based website).
    • Preparing for database expansion by studying plans and requirements; advising senior management; coordinating design and programming.
    • Interpreting and analyzing data and results and providing various reports and statistics.
    • Maintaining database performance by troubleshooting problems.
    • Executing platform upgrades and improvements by supervising system programming.
    • Securing the database by developing policies, procedures and controls.
    • Advancing information systems and organization mission by completing related functions as needed.
  • Development and Implementation of Power BI to illustrate critical data and inform strategic and operational plans.
  • Managing relationships with all IT-related vendors. This includes:
    • Tracking the performance of vendors regarding timely problem resolution and efficient installation and upgrades of IT systems.
    • Maintaining and ensuring compliance with Service Level Agreements.
  • Recommending and implementing upgrades to support ANCOR staff and overall organizational goals.
  • Working with membership staff to develop ways to increase collection of member demographic information and leverage data for segmenting and analysis.
  • Producing weekly reports on membership and revenue.
  • Maintaining the inventory of IT and AV assets.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Desired Skills/Experience

  • Bachelor's Degree required
  • Three to five years of experience in managing a relationship database (SQL proficiency required; Abila netFORUM experience preferred)
  • Expertise in creating queries and reports
  • Ability to interface both with tech-savvy and non-tech savvy individuals with respect and skill
  • Strong knowledge of and skill in HTML and a familiarity with CSS
  • Vendor management experience
  • Ability to work in a dynamic environment and demonstrate leadership
  • Strong critical thinking/analysis skills with the ability to evaluate new and existing IT components for effectiveness and areas of weakness
  • Commitment to continuous quality improvement
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and to make timely, value-based decisions
  • Results driven

ANCOR is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. People with disabilities, people of color, immigrants, women and members of the LGBTQ community are especially encouraged to apply because we believe diverse perspectives enhance our work.

Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of interest to Gabrielle Sedor at gsedor@ancor.org. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.

Salary Range: $60,000-80,000 annually, plus highly competitive benefits package