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Join The Arc Jacksonville’s Team

The Arc Jacksonville provides many exciting opportunities for employment. We match talented, energetic, enthusiastic people with rewarding jobs giving you the opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

A well-established agency with over 50 years of service, The Arc Jacksonville is a leader among nonprofit organizations in the Jacksonville, Florida area.

Employment Application

The Arc Jacksonville Employment Application is available to download and print or online. (Applications that are simply completed and emailed will appear blank.)

Complete application and submit to us:

  • E-Mail: hr@arcjacksonville.org
  • Mail: The Arc Jacksonville – HR
    1050 North Davis Street
    Jacksonville, FL 32209-6808
  • Fax: (904) 355-9616

Mental Health Services Staff

Employment applications are reviewed to ensure that you meet minimum qualifications. They are then provided to hiring managers who will contact applicants directly if they choose to arrange interviews.

Current Openings

Location

The Arc Jacksonville Village

Job description

To implement and manage the deliverables of The Riverside Foundation’s Innovation Grant, “Advocacy in Clinical Training of Nurses (ACTN).” Primary responsibilities are to develop and implement an innovative curricula and trainings for current nursing students in the Northeast Florida area, persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and advocates of the I/DD population that will expanded education, provide hands-on direct exposure, and increase self-advocacy for people with I/DD within the community. Be a passionate and active advocate for people with I/DD and the I/DD community.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nursing is required. A Masters or Doctorate degree in nurse education is recommended. Potential employee must be a state licensed and registered nurse through the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-RN).

Qualifications

Clinical Skills, Bedside Manner, Infection Control, Nursing Skills, Physiological Knowledge, Administering Medication, Medical Teamwork, Multi-tasking, Listening, Verbal Communication, Health Promotion and Maintenance. Experience with the I/DD population or special education field highly preferred. Willingness to be a passionate and active advocate for people with I/DD and the I/DD community in general. Preferred applicant would be knowledgeable of the Riverside Hospital Foundation (RHF) philosophy.

Job Description

To provide supervision of individuals with developmental disabilities in a residential setting to ensure safety, comfort, and protection of individual rights. Provide direction, assistance and support for all aspects of self-care and daily living activities. Assist in dealing with medical, behavioral, and emotional issues. Assist in meal preparation, laundry and housekeeping chores. Complete required documentation and paperwork.

Education

High School Diploma or GED

Qualifications

Minimum of one year experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities is required. Must have good communication skills and be energetic, reliable, patient, and responsible. Must have valid Florida driver’s license and reliable, insured transportation.

Location

The Arc Jacksonville Village

Job Description

To assist in the design, implement, manage and continuously enhance recreational and social opportunities for the community. Responsible for implementation of resident physical fitness, nutrition, personal health management, and socio-emotional growth and development programming and services. Provides mentorship to residents.

Education

Associates degree with a major in public administration, public health, nutrition, education, or any related human services field.

Qualifications

At least one year of direct experience in recreational and social programs. Preferred prior experience in serving person with disabilities. Demonstrated knowledge of holistic wellness programming (physical fitness, nutritional diet, personal health, and socio-emotional) and teamwork principles.
Interested in giving back to your community? Would an Education Award help with student debt? The AmeriCorps Youth Transition Project has Part time positions available to start in August! (Note: At times positions become available after the August start date. Please email the Program Director with inquiries of open positions.)

AmeriCorps members provide service to adults with disabilities at our Downtown, Westside, Southside and UNF locations. Members work one-on-one and in small groups with students/clients with intellectual disabilities in the following positions:
  • Independent Living Mentor- Uses creativity to facilitate a variety of activities to build skills and enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities while promoting community inclusion.
  • Work Readiness Mentor- Facilitates training courses which prepare individuals with disabilities to enter the workforce. Assists students in securing internships on UNF campus.
  • Wellness Mentor – Assists individuals with disabilities in living more healthful lives, from nutrition, to fitness, to stress management, etc.
  • Academic Advisor – Tutors individuals with disabilities in basic reading, math and language skills; Pre-GED coursework; provides in class support.
  • Financial Literacy Mentor – Provides critical assistance in improving the understanding of budgeting and basic money management.
  • Volunteer Recruiter – Networks and engages the community to volunteer within the agency.



Members are required to attend monthly meetings, all required training, and community service projects as scheduled.

A demonstrated record of leadership and community service is required. A 12 month commitment is required. Candidates must pass a drug screening, as well as local and federal background screenings.

AmeriCorps service begins early August with a mandatory 2 week orientation & training. Service is completed at the end of July the following year.

Part Time members serve an average of 20 hours/week and receive a biweekly stipend of $250. Upon successful completion of service a $2,750 Education Award is granted.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to kbrenner@arcjacksonville.org.

Location

All Locations of The Arc Jacksonville

Job Description

The Arc Jacksonville is recruiting VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) Members to serve in the Jacksonville, Florida community expanding The Arc Jacksonville’s capacity to serve Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (Autism, Prader Willie, Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy and Intellectual Disabilities). This is not an employment position, however VISTA members do receive a living stipend every two weeks during their year of service (aprox. $11,200 for the year) At the end of the year they qualify for an education award of $5,200. They receive a health benefit, life insurance and some other benefits during their service. For additional information about VISTA service: http://www.americorps.gov/about/programs/vista.asp

Education

Bachelor’s degree desired

Qualifications

Experience working in the field of developmental disabilities with knowledge of supports and services available to the disabled community. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Experience working in all Microsoft Office software and presentation software. Valid Florida Driver’s License with reliable, insured transportation.
** Education may be waived at the discretion of the agency.

Location

Downtown and Westside

Job Description

Plan, develop and provide educational, pre-vocational, vocational and recreational training and support services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities in accordance to new federal and state guidelines. The focus of these services is to assist in maximizing choice with regard to inclusion and integration of people with I/DD into their communities in all areas, with particular emphasis on employment. The desired outcome is to document the effectiveness of services to determine best practices for future service delivery. This position will be responsible for collecting extensive data regarding service outcomes and assessment of skills/abilities for various employment related activities. ***This position is part of a demonstration project that is government funded by special appropriation for one year, with potential funding for a second and third year. There is no guarantee of employment beyond the scope of this demonstration project’s special appropriation funding.***

Education

Bachelor's degree or higher in Human Services and/or Business fields preferred.

Qualifications

Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, effective goal setting and implementation, and creative and effective problem solving skills. Skills related to business administration, strategic management and quantitative techniques preferable. Prior experience in disability services preferred. Knowledge of and practical experience with Ethical Principles and Professional Practice Standards for Special Education.