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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 as well as for candidates who are looking to connect with agencies to further their own career paths.  Both types of information are posted in this section.

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Postings will remain for 60 days. Please let us know if the position is filled or employment is obtained prior to that deadline.

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Post date: November 17, 2017
Clinical Study Technician - Indianapolis, IN

Indiana University Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Indianapolis, Indiana

The Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, located at 4141 Shore Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46254, is recruiting staff members for our clinical research studies. 

Indiana University is the #1 largest employer in the state and home to seven beautiful, unique campuses in multiple locations, including the core campuses of Bloomington and Indianapolis. Our hallmarks of innovation and creativity translate into a stimulating work environment where employees contribute to the greater good and enjoy lifelong careers. When you’re among our more than 20,000 full-time faculty and staff, you receive an extensive benefits package of health care, retirement, and insurance plans as well as generous paid time off, an educational tuition benefit, and free wellness programs.

The Clinical Study Technician (we are hiring two) will assist in the conduct of clinical study or clinical trials. Perform varied routine and non-routine tasks of moderate complexity. Assist with various study activities including subject recruitment, screening, consenting, and assisting in the conduct of study-related non-medical/behavioral assessments and neuropsychological battery testing.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Science or a health-related field; OR Associate’s degree in Allied Health Profession, plus 1 year of patient related or research experience; OR Bachelor’s degree in other fields/completion of 3 years of college science, plus at least 2 years patient related or research experience; or High School Diploma, plus 5 years of patient related experience with 2 years in clinical study at the TE06 level.

TO APPLY

Visit iujobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/41355

Indiana University is an equal employment and Affirmative Action Employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator. See Indiana University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination here which includes contact information.

Post date: November 17, 2017
Clinical Research Specialist - Indianapolis, IN

Indiana University Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Indianapolis, Indiana

The Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, located at 4141 Shore Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46254, is recruiting staff members for our clinical research studies. 

Indiana University is the #1 largest employer in the state and home to seven beautiful, unique campuses in multiple locations, including the core campuses of Bloomington and Indianapolis. Our hallmarks of innovation and creativity translate into a stimulating work environment where employees contribute to the greater good and enjoy lifelong careers. When you’re among our more than 20,000 full-time faculty and staff, you receive an extensive benefits package of health care, retirement, and insurance plans as well as generous paid time off, an educational tuition benefit, and free wellness programs.

The Clinical Research Specialist will be responsible for providing a primarily telephone-based case management intervention for research participants with traumatic brain injury (TBI).

This is a multi-site, five year, clinical trial entitled “Improving Transition from Acute to Post-Acute Care following Traumatic Brain Injury” funded by the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Make telephone or videoconference contacts with patients and respective caregivers
  • Send follow-up communication summarizing care plans
  • Document and enter into a database various aspects of the implemented intervention
  • Monitor a toll-free Traumatic Brain Injury Helpline during business hours

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in social sciences or related field, plus at least 2-3 years of experience working with patients or clinical research subjects.
  • Should have the ability to maintain effective and professional relationships with patients, caregivers, and members of the healthcare team.
  • Strong communication and organizational skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Ability to work with patients primarily by telephone or videoconferencing.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Comfort with learning and maintaining study database programs.

TO APPLY

Visit iujobs.peopleadmin.com/postings/41361

Indiana University is an equal employment and Affirmative Action Employer and a provider of ADA services. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ethnicity, color, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, marital status, national origin, disability status or protected veteran status. Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admission, as required by Title IX. Questions or complaints regarding Title IX may be referred to the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights or the university Title IX Coordinator. See Indiana University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination here which includes contact information.

Post date: November 15, 2017
Executive Director - Columbus, Ohio

The Center for Epidemiological Research for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Columbus, OH

The Center for Epidemiological Research for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (CERIIDD) uses health care and LTSS data to improve the quality of lives and healthcare of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) while reducing cost.

POSITION

Executive Director

REPORTS TO

President

LOCATION

This position works remotely. Some travel required.

SUMMARY

The CERIIDD Executive Director provides leadership, strategic input, and expertise to achieve the CERIIDD mission. Responsible for securing research and funding partners.

JOB TASKS

  • Provides leadership and oversight to a team of professionals who deal with various aspects of epidemiology, data related to epidemiology, and the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Contributes to the strategy, vision, and processes of CERIIDD. Provide input into establishing internal standards, processes and policies for the organization.
  • Networks to establish research and funding partners.
  • Assists CERIIDD team to identify and obtain epidemiological data sources relevant to CERIIDD research from state, federal, and other sources.
  • Identifies and applies for research grants.
  • Provides subject matter expertise, guidance and direction to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Coordinates and leads regular CERIIDD team meetings.
  • Assist in budget development and monitoring.
  • Present research findings at local, state, and national conferences.
  • Assists CERIIDD team to identify relevant research projects.
  • Assists CERIIDD team to create time sensitive and topical data briefs.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Will work in a temperature-controlled environment; may or may not have exposure to natural sunlight
  • Must be able to utilize a keyboard, mouse, and computer
  • Sitting in a standard office chair for the majority of the workday
  • Lifting up to 40 pounds on an occasional basis
  • Bending, standing, stooping to access filing cabinets and overhead storage bins
  • Working with a small team requires flexibility and the willingness to pitch in and do whatever it takes to get the job done

COMPENTENCIES

  • Understands CERIIDD’s mission statement and is dedicated to the highest quality research and services which meet or exceed the expectations of internal and external customers to maintain and enhance relationships
  • Research experience or strong aptitude
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Team-player – can solve problems with peers easily; is cooperative and gains support of peers to collaborate and get the job done effectively
  • Can effectively cope with change; can shift gears comfortably in a rapidly changing and fast paced environment
  • Ability to communicate in clear, succinct manner to small and large audiences
  • Ability to maintain a personable, professional and friendly manner in all work-related interactions
  • Ability to effectively work and lead remotely

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree preferred
  • Preference given to individuals experienced in building effective teams, business start-ups, and knowledgeable on intellectual and developmental disabilities, research, and/or Medicaid.

The above statements describe the general nature and level of the work being performed and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities of an employee in this job. Job duties can change at any time as directed by management.

For additional information about opportunities at CERIIDD, please contact Lisa Mathis at lmathis@ceriidd.org.

Post date: November 15, 2017
Strategic Projects Director - Carroll, Iowa

New Hope Village
Carroll, IA

New Hope, a not-for-profit organization supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities for over 40 years, is seeking highly motivated candidates who have experience developing new programs and services as well as project management to serve as the Strategic Projects Director. This position will be under the direction of the Assistant Executive Director and will be responsible for growing services which are consistent with New Hope’s strategic plan, mission and vision. This person will receive planned mentoring and opportunities to prepare them as a qualified internal candidate for the Director of Operations in the future.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree required with 5 years’ experience in progressively responsible management positions in any of the following areas:Disability services; Human Services; Health Services or Business Management.
  • Experience supervising direct reports and providing direction to indirect reports.
  • Experience in developing, leading and managing projects.
  • Experience in utilizing data to plan, implement and evaluate evidence-based programs and services.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficient in use of current technology.
  • Able to work independently and is comfortable making contacts in new communities.
  • Transformational leader with a positive approach to finding opportunities and taking calculated risks to advance New Hope’s mission.

New Hope offers a competitive wage and benefits package. For confidential consideration, please send resume and cover letter to Terri Bock at terri_bock@newhopevillage.org by December 15, 2017.

Smoke Free Work Environment, Mandatory Drug Testing, EOE

Post date: November 13, 2017
Director, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association
Harrisburg, PA

RCPA, a Pennsylvania statewide association of human service providers is seeking to fill the position of Director of the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Division. This position will operate out of the state’s capital region of Harrisburg.

RESPONSIBILITIES

This is a senior-level position responsible for directing the association’s public policy and member services for providers of services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities. The IDD Director supports the CEO, advocates with government officials, researches and responds to issues impacting members, writes position papers and persuasive correspondence to policy makers, and works cooperatively with other RCPA staff, including its Director of Government Affairs.

REQUIREMENTS

Advanced degree and/or knowledge of state-funded IDD services, government affairs, Medicaid home and community-based waivers or vocational rehabilitation preferred.

COMPENSATION

Competitive salary and benefits.

Interested persons should email their resume and cover letter to RCPA President/CEO Richard Edley at redley@paproviders.org no later than November 28th.

Post date: November 9, 2017
Chief Operating Officer - Peabody, Massachusetts

Bridgewell
Peabody, MA

Bridgewell is seeking a highly motivated Chief Operating Officer to lead operations for this premiere human services organization serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, substance use disorders, autism, behavioral health disorders and other life challenges. The new COO must be inspired by the values of caring and respect, and have the spirit to lead an organization that is trusted and recognized for innovation and expertise. This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced leader to apply their business knowledge, communication skills, strategic planning and relationship building abilities to an organization that has experienced significant growth, change and service expansion during the last decade.

THE ORGANIZATION

Bridgewell’s mission is to be inspired by the values of caring and respect, to guide individuals with disabilities and other challenges to achieve and enjoy their highest quality of life and personal growth. Bridgewell strives to be the provider of choice for services to individuals with disabilities and other life challenges, and to be trusted and recognized by all stakeholders for our leadership, innovation, professional expertise, quality of service, accountability and integrity. Bridgewell focuses on the abilities of individuals and approaches service delivery as a partnership, respecting the needs and desires of each person. This person-centered approach allows Bridgewell to support and respect the people they serve, as well as to foster their independence.

Bridgewell was founded in 1958 as a child guidance center in Lynn, Massachusetts, and has transformed over time into a comprehensive human services organization that provides a continuum of care for many service needs. Today we provide supports and maintain operations in 23 communities in eastern Massachusetts and serve more than 6,000 individuals and families each year. With an operating budget in excess of $70M, we employ more than 1,300 professionals to carry forward our mission and we appreciate their dedication and caring. Bridgewell is CARF accredited and licensed by various Massachusetts state agencies. We are governed by a 14-member board of directors. For more information about Bridgewell, please visit http://www.bridgewell.org.

Bridgewell’s programs include:

Disability Support Services: Bridgewell provides community housing, day habilitation, employment training and placement, and supported living services to adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The goals are to support and encourage independent decision-making and community engagement, teach life skills, and ensure a safe and full life for those in our care. Individuals in our services range from those that may present with minimal support needs who live independently to those with significant and complex medical challenges.

Autism Services: Bridgewell provides specialized programming for young adults with autism spectrum disorders transitioning from the educational system to adult service programs. Our services include community housing, employment services, day habilitation and community based day services, as well as a Family Support Center for families that have dependents with autism.

Addiction and Recovery Services: Bridgewell has a number of programs to support people in recovery. Our services include inpatient residential treatment, transitional and permanent sober housing, outpatient counseling, jail diversion programs, recovery coaching, prevention and education initiatives, and medication assisted treatment.

Behavioral Health Services: Bridgewell provides a variety of behavioral health services including outpatient psychotherapy and medication management. Services are provided to adults through three outpatient clinics and to adults and children in our fourth outpatient clinic.

Affordable Housing: Bridgewell provides safe and affordable single room occupancy and apartment housing to homeless adults with or without disabilities. Case management services are provided to most tenants. Bridgewell is a housing authority and administers HUD Mainstream Housing Choice vouchers.

Center for Professional Innovation: Bridgewell offers continuing education and professional development for professionals in areas such as mental health, healthcare and education.

THE POSITION

The Chief Operating Officer will be responsible for the overall administration of programs and defined administrative services within the organization. S/he will oversee and provide strategic direction for operational activities in support of regulations, policies, goals and objectives established by the President and CEO, including maintaining the exceptional quality of Bridgewell’s services. S/he will also be actively involved in external activities that impact industry direction and enhance the operations of Bridgewell. S/he will minimally directly supervise three senior leaders of the residential, day and clinical services departments and indirectly lead the quality assurance, transportation / fleet management, and healthcare departments.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Operations Officer will manage a team of senior professionals responsible for leading key departments within the agency. S/he will be responsible for development and execution of established goals with the Executive, Leadership and Senior Management Teams. The COO will maintain a high performance environment that fosters quality services, excellent consumer/stakeholder satisfaction and enhanced employee morale, while ensuring active and visible representation of Bridgewell internally and within the larger business community, developing partnerships beneficial to Bridgewell’s mission and operations.

The COO will:

  • Ensure continued sustainability and, where applicable, growth of core business units
  • Direct and ensure compliance with all licensing, certification and accreditation processes
  • Direct and approve the preparation and modification of department budgets, ensuring positive financial performance
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with funding and referral sources, Bridgewell’s Board of Directors, peer organizations, community groups, legislative representatives, local community representatives, chambers of commerce and other applicable groups / people essential to the success of Bridgewell
  • Manage relationships to ensure adequate funding of programs and procurement of new contracts as opportunities arise
  • Participate in trade association committees and initiatives
  • Participate in and advocate for statewide policy and legislation development designed to support service areas important to Bridgewell’s mission
  • Seek and facilitate continuous improvements in quality standards, professionalism, and performance efficiencies
  • Direct and participate in policy and procedure development, revision and implementation
  • Participate in the evaluation and planning process for new business development as well as partnership and merger opportunities
  • Coordinate meetings of the Program Committee of the Board in collaboration with the Board appointed committee chair
  • Engage individuals, family members and other stakeholders to ensure quality service delivery and response to service enhancement opportunities

LEADERSHIP OUTLOOK AND NEAR-TERM PRIORITIES, MEASURES OF SUCCESS

In addition to quickly understanding the mission and complex business model of Bridgewell, the new COO will advance the following near-term priorities during the first 12-18 months (not in priority order):

  • Develop trust and working relationships with staff, individuals, customersand leaders in the community, working to best understand current Bridgewell programs and the needs of the constituencies
  • Co-lead efforts to expand Bridgewell’s presence, and position the organization as a statewide-thought leader in the human services industry
  • Expand Bridgewell’s advocacy efforts at the state and federal levels towards the future sustainability of services
  • Work with the CEO to review and implement strategic goals, initiatives and strategies
  • Evaluate the current business and financial models and make recommendations to the CEO for stabilization, sustainability and growthof the organization
  • Assess the effectiveness and efficiencies of internal systems and make recommendations to the CEO for enhancements

EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES

  • Ideal candidates for this position will share our commitment to Bridgewell’s mission and will bring a variety of experiences and attributes to Bridgewell, including:   
  • Strong leadership with exceptional management skills
  • A proven track record of organizational and management development to achieve business results and drive forward the mission
  • Excellent problem solving capabilities in a rapidly changing, complex environment
  • Strong business acumen and experience with operational processes; experience managing large budgets (over $50M) including development and management of revenues and expenses
  • Experience managing in a union environment
  • A strategic thinker, masterful communicator, exceptional writer, and excellent listener with a strong ability to build trust among a wide range of constituents
  • Demonstrated team building, mentoring, consensus building and conflict resolution expertise
  • Knowledge of state funding agency systems, policies and regulations, as well as CARF or other national accreditation processes
  • 10-12 years management experience in a complex organization with a minimum of 7 years senior level senior level experience
  • Minimum of 7 years of business management experience across a range of business disciplines, preferably in human service delivery working with individuals with disabilities and / or other life challenges
  • A Master’s degree in business, public administration, clinical, social work or related field
  • Proficiency in technologies, including Microsoft Office Suite

Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

APPLICATION PROCESS

To apply, e-mail resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: Bridgewell@raffa.com (e-mail applications are required and only complete applications will be considered). For other inquiries contact James Sunshine at jsunshine@raffa.com.

Bridgewell is committed to equal employment opportunity. Resume reviews begin immediately. Interviews will begin in January 2018.

Post date: October 3, 2017
Certified Investigator - Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Keystone Human Services
Harrisburg, PA

Keystone Human Services has an exciting opportunity for a Certified Investigator to work out of our Lancaster, PA office.

The Certified Investigator’s primary role is to conduct incident investigations, complete incident investigation reports and (re)compile reports as necessary or recommended in compliance with the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) Incident Management Regulations and requirements.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE

  • Conduct Investigations: Accepts reports of incidents and interviews the reporter, potential witnesses, targets and other identified persons having knowledge of the incident. Identifies, reviews and secures all evidence. Completes investigation within prescribed time frames. Complete follow-up or additional interviews as required. Maintains the integrity and fidelity of the investigatory process.
  • Document Findings: Prepares investigatory question(s) based on incident report. Directs interviewees in the completion of Witness Statements. Documents within the EIM system incident information. Prepares Investigation Summary including a review of evidence, impressions and credibility analysis.
  • Evidence Review: Reviews witness statements, documentary, and physical evidence. Analyzes and evaluates information and evidence to establish facts and assess credibility. Documents impressions and outlines the facts and analysis.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

High School Diploma or Equivalent, Bachelor’s Degree is preferred; ODP Certified Investigator Certification; Minimum two years’ experience in a highly regulated setting; Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with people at all levels of the organization; Ability to respond effectively in high stress situations; Strong analytical, organizational and time management skills; Valid driver’s license and access to a properly insured/maintained vehicle; Successful completion of pre-employment process, including criminal background check and MVR

All applicants should apply to www.keystonehumanservices.org

EOE

Post date: October 3, 2017
Certified Investigator Director - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Keystone Human Services
Harrisburg, PA

Keystone Human Services has an exciting opportunity for a Certified Investigator Director. This position is based out of our Harrisburg, PA office.

Do you believe that ensuring the health, safety and welfare of individuals served is critical so everyone everywhere has the opportunity to live an Everyday Life? If so, join us! The Certified Investigator Director will be responsible for leading and directing a dedicated, talented and energetic team of certified investigators. Director will be responsible for assigning investigations to Regional Certified Investigators (CIs), maintaining a record of ongoing investigations, and assuring investigations meet or exceed expected investigatory standards. The Director will provide or secure educational activities for the CI Department that will enhance each member’s professional development, as well as assist in identifying and/or delivering organizational education and outreach surrounding incident management and investigations. The CI Director will work closely with the VP of Quality and Corporate Integrity to examine data and trends surrounding investigation findings, and will play a critical role in designing and monitoring the effectiveness of targeted strategies for response and prevention of incidents. This position will also have on-going collaboration with various stakeholders (Operations, Clinical, Healthcare, Quality and Corporate Integrity) surrounding prevention and improvement strategies.  Coordinate communication with involved parties as required. The Director may also be responsible to conduct incident investigations as needed to support the department, complete incident investigation reports and (re)compile reports as necessary or recommended in compliance with Incident Management Regulations and requirements.

Ideal candidate will have the ability to work collaboratively and effectively with people at all levels of the agency, strong communication skills, and a strong commitment to the vision and mission of the organization. Must be able to respond effectively in high stress situations.

The CI Director must have a valid Certified Investigator certification through the Office of Development Programs (ODP), with a minimum of three years’ experience in a highly related setting, including 2 years’ experience as a Certified Investigator. Bachelor’s Degree required. A valid PA Driver’s License and daily use of a privately owned vehicle are also required.

All applicants should apply to www.keystonehumanservices.org

EOE

Post date: September 29, 2017
CEO & President - Framingham, Massachusetts

Association of Developmental Disabilities Providers
Framingham, Massachusetts

POSITION PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES

The President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) serves to fulfill the mission of the Association of Developmental Disabilities Providers (ADDP), an organization that promotes social, political, and economic well-being of community organizations that support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, as well as individuals with brain injuries, so that the member organizations have the resources and policy support to provide the highest quality and outcomes of service to these populations.

The President and CEO ensures that the Association serves the needs and interest of its membership and upholds ADDP’s mission and by-laws. S/he is the primary representative for provider interests to elected and appointed officials within all branches of government. The President and CEO works with the Board to develop the Association’s strategic plan, then leads the implementation of the plan to achieve the goals and outcomes of the Association. He/she serves as primary voice for the provider network on issues pertaining to serving people with developmental disabilities and their families and advocates for issues important to the industry.

The President and CEO ensures that ADDP’s programs, activities, and services directly benefit members. S/he identifies members’ problems, issues, and needs and – with guidance from the board of directors – implements plans and strategies of the association.

The President and CEO, under the direction of the board of directors, develops and communicates ADDP’s public policy positions consistent with the association’s mission, vision, and strategic plan. S/he advocates for funding, regulatory, and legislative goals and objectives as developed with and approved by the board of directors.

Under the guidance of the Board of Directors, the CEO will lead ADDP to its next level of impact and results. The CEO is highly visible in the community, further strengthen the mission by engaging public partners, members, and all other constituents to achieve the goals of the organization.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Strategic Leadership

  • Exemplifies ADDP’s mission, values and purpose in all settings.
  • Works with the Board to develop a clear vision for ADDP
  • Works with staff to translate the vision and strategy into an effective work plan and priorities.
  • Partners closely with the Board of Directors to articulate ADDP’s future direction, strategy and align specific operational and work plans.
  • Recommends and maintain high fiduciary standards for governance and oversight.
  • Represents ADDP in policy discussions at state levels.

External Affairs and Advocacy

  • Engages productively, as a partner, with government funding agencies.
  • Establishes and cultivates positive working relationships with and represents ADDP to
    • All branches of government
    • Funding sources
    • Media and the public
    • Other trade associations and advocacy groups
    • Executive officers and elected officials
    • State government secretaries, commissioners and all other government officials and their staffs
    • All other stakeholders important to the support and advocacy of ADDP’s members
  • Represents ADDP to all branches of government, funding sources, media
  • Serves as the key spokesperson for the organization demonstrating tangible results and earning the respect of her/his professional peers.
  • Seeks new venues to raise the visibility and impact of ADDP’s work and advocacy.

Team Management

  • Leads and mentors a strong professional staff.
  • Translates strategy into implementation to deliver results while simultaneously reinforcing a positive and empowering performance culture.

Fiscal Management

  • Develops, implements and monitors the annual budget and other financial activities.Exercises sound and prudent fiscal judgment to ensure that ADDP meets its financial obligations and annual budget goals.

CEO Board Relationship

  • Raises issues and provides adequate information on matters requiring attention by the BOD.
  • Utilizes delegated authority to effectively manage the organization and execute strategies, plans and priorities established jointly with the BOD.
  • Under the guidance of the Board chair, collaboratively serves as leader of the board of directors to establish agendas for the ADDP Executive Committee and Board of Directors, as well as other board committees.
  • Develops agenda and serves as co-chair of annual ADDP membership meeting.
  • Coordinates staff support at board and committee meetings.
  • Ensures ADDP committee chairs are kept informed of relevant matters and developments.
  • Participates with Executive Team in recruiting and supporting committee membership.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR CONSIDERATION

The President and CEO must work effectively with diverse populations both in public and private sectors. S/he must uphold and value the mission of member organizations and have knowledge and experience lobbying legislators, state officials, and the public on behalf of ADDP’s agenda. S/he demonstrates excellent communication skills (written and oral) and the ability to develop consensus among diverse groups.

Professional Experience:

  • Advanced degree.
  • Significant, executive leadership and management/administration experience.
  • Experience in a well-respected, outcomes-driven, heavily regulated organization requiring high levels of compliance.
  • Has operated in an environment with complex regulations and funding that includes government contracts and regulations, insurance reimbursement and other aspects of a managed care environment.
  • A strong and authentic relationship-builder; brings a track record of engaging in, and being responsive to the needs of diverse communities. 
  • Thrives in a highly visible civic and partnership role with leaders from all sectors, especially government and funders.
  • Superior management and leadership skills.
  • Excellent public speaker that performs well under pressure and is capable of taking the association’s views on different matters to the membership, government leaders/decision makers and the public.
  • Understanding of the Massachusetts’ public/private funding landscape would be desirable.

LEADERSHIP AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

  • Mission driven advocacy
  • Sensitive to issues of human diversity and human rights
  • Ability to effectively respond to crises
  • Open, direct interpersonal style; works well as a team member
  • Well organized with capacity to handle high work load with multiple agendas in high pressure environment
  • Knowledge of the disabilities field
  • Leads by example with integrity and outstanding ethics.
  • Recognized strategic leader with significant personal presence, energy and gravitas to command respect with all constituents and partners.
  • Results-oriented, thoughtful and resilient leadership style; displays sound judgment and courage in making complex decisions.
  • Goal oriented and able to demonstrate outcomes
  • Team leader and negotiator
  • Organizational skills to manage multiple tasks
  • Ability to work with a board of directors
  • Ability to manage conflict in pursuit of goals

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE

  • 10 years senior management experience in major organization
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Master’s degree in related field or JD with experience in disabilities policy
  • Experience with multi-level management
  • Knowledge of technology needed to conduct work
  • Professional experience in at least one of the following areas: provider organization, trade association, elected or governmental office, public entity
  • Management experience and/or non-profit governance experience
  • Written and verbal communications, and public speaking skills
  • Finance/budget management
  • Knowledge of health and human service systems, regulations and licensing procedures, and service delivery
  • Knowledge of funding requirements and the regulatory environment

WORK CONDITIONS

Requires an ability to work flexible hours, attending early morning and evening meetings and weekend meetings or conferences, and the ability to drive own car to frequent trips throughout the state. Ability to tolerate long meetings.

COMPENSATION

ADDP offers a competitive salary and benefits package. 

ADDP is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, please submit cover letter and CV in one document to: ADDP Search Manager and send to: execsearchmanager@gmail.com.

No phone calls will be accepted.