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.
Complete application and submit to us:
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mail: The Arc Jacksonville – HR
1050 North Davis Street
Jacksonville, FL 32209-6808
- Fax: (904) 355-9616
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.
Job DescriptionCompile, process, and maintain medical records of the organization's service recipients in a manner consistent with medical, administrative, ethical, legal, and regulatory requirements of the health care system.
This position plays a key role in the organization's quality control and assurances and acts as a conduit to deliver changes in standards to staff members.
EducationBachelor's Degree in Finance related field or Human Services field.
QualificationsExperience working with individuals with developmental differences or in a social services setting is desired. Excellent communication and writing skills required. Experience with medical record management and or medical coding/billing preferred. Experience with electronic health record management software preferred. Must have valid Florida driver's license and reliable, insured transportation. Must be able to pass background and drug screening.
Use of electronic health record software, accounting software and MS Office required on a daily basis.
The deadline for applications is January 10, 2020.
Job DescriptionProvide case coordination for individuals with intellectual and developmental differences. Schedule and participate in meetings to develop support goals for increasing independence, vocational skills and personal growth. Develop strategies to assist individuals in meeting their goals and guide staff members in providing and documenting services toward goals. Provide regular and periodic reporting required by service regulations. Schedule and oversee scheduling of events and activities related to the service goals of individuals.
Assist in the responsibilities and supervision of Adult Day Training services and department staff members to support the Program Manager. Take lead in the absence of the Program Manager.
EducationBachelor's Degree preferred. Associate's Degree required.
QualificationsExperience working with individuals with developmental differences is desired. Excellent communication and writing skills required. Must have valid Florida driver’s license and reliable, insured transportation. Must be able to pass a DOT physical and be capable and willing to drive agency vehicles. Must be able to pass background screening and drug screening.
Distribute workload for Triumph Industries. Drive 24' Freightliner Truck with manual transmission to customer locations. Using forklift and pallet jacks, deliver and pick up products from customers. Keep all work product organized in warehouse. Interface with customers, clients and staff.
EducationHigh School Diploma or GED
QualificationsMust have valid Florida driver's license and excellent driving record. Must be reliable and responsible, able to effectively communicate orally and in writing and represent the agency. Must be capable of safely driving a 24' manual transmission truck and operating a forklift. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Must have basic computer skills. Must be able to pass background screening and pre-employment drug screening.
• OCT Residential Program–intensive supported living services for OCT students and other young adults with intellectual disabilities living in on–campus and off–campus student housing
• LIFE (Living Independently; Finding Enrichment) Experience – Two 4–week residential independent living experience sessions for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Position Duties and Responsibilities:
• Oversees and manages the operations of all three programs – all programs serve adults with intellectual disabilities, on and off UNF’s campus
• Develops, tracks and maintains budgets for multiple departments
• Recruits, supervises, manages, and evaluates staff
• Manages the partnership between The Arc Jacksonville, UNF, and The District on Kernan (location of off-site apartments for residential programs)
• Recruits students and participants
• Oversees the delivery of services
• Manages behavioral concerns
• Acts as liaison with families
• Oversees the development of sites for internships, employment, experiential learning and the provision of state–of–the–art transition services
• Writes and manages grants
• Oversees student records and achievements
• Evaluates and revises programs to ensure best practices are utilized
• Develops and maintains relationships with UNF faculty, employers, and partners on– and off–campus
The position continually reviews all program components to evaluate, modify, expand and improve the experiential learning of all program participants.
EDUCATION: Master’s degree required in one of the included or related areas: education, rehabilitation counseling, disability services, social work / welfare, higher education, business, and / or public health plus experience with behavior management in adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated leadership qualities. Must be organized. Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as public speaking and presentations. Proficient in computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Publisher, etc.) and Adobe. Must be able to work independently and recruit, supervise, train and manage other employees, AmeriCorps members, mentors and volunteers. Must be a team player, patient, have a passion for the disability community. Experience with grant writing, management, delivery, evaluation and reporting.
Job DescriptionPart time (25 hours per week)to champion our volunteer program at the Village, coordinating and leading all individual and group volunteers and events. Duties of this role include building community partnerships and establishing a strong volunteer base; on-boarding and training individual volunteers; collaborating with staff regularly to assess needs for volunteer assistance; maintaining accurate records in volunteer database and providing regular reports on volunteer participation and other statistical information. Evenings and weekends will be required at times.
EducationBachelor's Degree preferred. High School Diploma or GED required.
QualificationsMinimum of two years of direct or related experience in a volunteer coordinator role. Preferred prior experience in serving persons with intellectual and developmental differences. Must have experience in public speaking, volunteer recruitment, and be highly organized and focused. Computer proficiency is required. Must have valid Florida driver’s license and reliable, insured transportation. Must pass a DOT physical and be capable and willing to drive agency vehicles.
Job DescriptionProvide the support necessary for people with intellectual and developmental differences to achieve their desired lifestyles and increased levels of independence, productivity, and social/physical integration in their community. Schedule, coordinate, facilitate and participate in on-site training opportunities and community-based activities for individuals. Requires use of natural supports, social interaction, volunteerism, and recreational/leisure activities such as going to museums, performances, movies, bowling, shopping, etc. Requires positive interactions with community partners and potential partners. Appropriate development and documentation of services provided, such as progress toward service-related goals.
QualificationsMinimum of one year experience working with individuals with developmental differences is preferred. Must have good communication skills and be energetic, reliable, patient, and responsible. Must have valid Florida driver’s license and reliable, insured transportation. Must be able to pass a DOT physical and be capable and willing to drive agency vehicles.
Note: This position is funded by a grant. Ongoing employment beyond the original grant period is contingent upon continued funding.
Job DescriptionTrain and assist a small group of individuals with intellectual and/or developmental differences performing car washing duties at an employer's work site. Responsibilities include training, assistance and supervision of employees as they perform their work duties, interfacing with staff, quality control, preparing and submitting all necessary paperwork, and other responsibilities to ensure smooth operation of program. Will also be responsible for transporting employees from their homes to the work site and back in an agency vehicle.
EducationHigh School Diploma or GED
QualificationsMinimum of one year experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities is required. Some supervisory experience desired. Must be patient, reliable and dependable. Must have valid Florida driver’s license and reliable, insured transportation. Must be able to pass a DOT physical and be capable and willing to drive agency vehicles.
Job DescriptionProvide oversight of the general operation of a six bedroom residential facility while exercising discretion and independent judgment.
Oversee all program activities of the residential facility. Provide supervision to residential staff, including hiring, training, scheduling, evaluating, disciplining and terminating employees. Support and assist people receiving services as needed in all aspects of self-care and daily living including but not limited to toileting, feeding, showering dressing, etc. Schedule and coordinate transportation for appointments, meetings, medical and recreational needs. Ensure all prescriptions are filled, properly stored and distributed as scheduled and that proper documentation is maintained. Maintain the financial records for each individual receiving services at the facility. Plan menus, purchase food, and prepare meals according to dietitian guidelines. Respond to medical and behavioral crises to assure the safety of people receiving services and staff. Recognize and take action to correct any potential safety or health hazards. Monitor paperwork to ensure that documentation of training is occurring correctly.