The Arc, Ocean County Chapter will be holding several recruiting events to recruit applicants for Full-Time, Part-Time, and per diem, direct care positions. We are also seeking CNAs, CHHAs, and Management positions!
Our next Recruiting events will be:
Thursday, June 15, 2017
815 Cedar Bridge Ave.
Lakewood, NJ 08701
Thursday, June 29, 2017
815 Cedar Bridge Ave.
Lakewood, NJ 08701
Interview appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Please contact Ken Kubes at 732.363.3335 x 178.
Program Assistants are vital to our everyday residential operations. The successful candidate for these positions will provide supports to individuals with disabilities in a residential (Group Home, Supervised Apartment, or Supportive Living) environment.
Responsibilities include teaching life skills and managing the personal care of all the individuals living in the community residence. The successful candidate will be at least 18 years of age, have a valid, NJ Driver's License with no more than 5 points, and a minimum of a H.S. Diploma/G.E.D.
We are currently seeking Full Time and Part Time, Day, Evening and Overnight Program Assistants for the following locations:
To apply for this position, please click "Program Assistant" above, highlighted in orange
For 60 years, The Arc, Ocean County Chapter, Inc. has been creating opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Arc began as a group of parents and concerned individuals who wanted more for their children. It continues to be a grassroots organization with over 730 chapters. All are committed to working at local, state and federal levels to promote and protect human rights and help people achieve full and satisfying lives.
The Arc, Ocean County Chapter Inc. is currently offering a great opportunity to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities! Our agency is in need of an Assistant Director of Residential Services to oversee a group of residential programs that provide direct care to individuals with disabilities within Ocean County. The Assistant Director will be responsible for management of 4 Residence Managers, approximately 40 staff, and must be able to cooperatively work with the agency Registered Nurses to manage the Nursing staff. The Assistant Director of Residential Services will oversee the management of daily activities within the community residences. They will assist in the development of the Individual Habilitation Plans and participate in Interdisciplinary team meetings for all residents services.
The Assistant Director of Residential Services must have effective and positive communication skills in order to interact with staff, families, guardians, funding and regulatory agency personnel, and other outside agencies in order to meet the needs of the individuals served. They will also be responsible for evaluating agency staff, interviewing and making other recruiting recommendations for their programs, creating and overseeing the schedules for each of their community residences. The Assistant Director of Residential Services will participate in the emergency coverage (on-call) rotation for residential programs and may need to be flexible with their hours to meet the needs of the programs.
The successful candidate will be 18 years of age or older , have a valid NJ DL with no more than 5 points, and have a minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience in the field of Developmental Disabilities. A B.A. in Human Services, Special Education or related area is required. This is not an entry level position.
We are currently seeking Assistant Group Home Managers who will be responsible for assisting the manager with the the day to day operation of a community residence that supports individuals with disabilities. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 2 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities.
Responsibilities will include assistance with teaching life skills and guiding the personal and social development of the individuals in the home, as well as writing and managing individual habilitation plans for each of the residents in the group home. Additionally, the Assistant Manager will be assist with maintaining staff schedules and assisting the manager with scheduling staff for trainings.
To apply for this position, click "Assistant Manager" highlighted in orange above.
We are currently seeking several Program Instructors to work in our Adult Training Centers.
The successful candidate will provide direct support and individualized vocational training to the participants of this day program. The Program Instructor will provide assistance with activities, daily living, and socialization, and will ensure that participants are given the opportunity to be trained in the vocational area(s) of interest, based on the participants' skill sets.
We are currently looking for Instructor for the following locations:
To apply for this position, please click "Program Instructor" above, highlighted in orange.
As a Respite Provider, you will provide direct support to individuals with disabilities in their homes. Respite providers offer supervision including hands on assistance as needed by teaching skills and guiding the personal and social development of each individual. This includes assistance with and implement activities of daily living and socialization including but not limited to cooking, cleaning, shopping, hygiene and grooming, leisure activities, sports activities etc.
This is a part time position-5 hours per week. This successful candidate will be at least 18 years of age, have a valid NJ Driver's license with no more than 5 points, and a minimum of a H.S. Diploma or G.E.D.
We are currently offering a great opportunity to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities! We are in need of a Group Home Manager to oversee a Residential Program in Brick, NJ. Responsibilities include the overall management of daily activities of residents in the Group Home. Scheduling staff and ensuring that DDD standards are maintained throughout all facets of the Group Home. Must also recruit, hire, and supervise staff in the performance of their duties.
The successful candidate must be at least 18yrs. of age, have a valid NJ DL with no more than 5pts, and a minimum of 2 years working with individuals with disabilities as well as previous experience working in a Group Home. May need to be flexible with schedule to meet the needs of the programs. The Residence Manager must also be willing to participate in a Monthly On-Call Rotation.
The Arc, Ocean County Chapter, a non-profit organization that supports individuals
with disabilities, is seeking currently seeking Full Time, Part Time and Substitute LPNs to work with individuals with disabilities. We are looking for full-time LPNs in the Barnegat area and Part Time and Substitutes for the Brick area.
The LPN, under the direction of the agency RN, monitors and provides for the
clinical care of our residents, including assessment, planning, implementation
and evaluation. They will collect case histories, record services provided, and
prepare medication records.
The successful candidate will have at least 1 year of experience working with
individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and at least 1
year of medical/surgical experience. They will also be at least 18 yrs. of age
and have a valid NJ Driver's License with no more than 5 points.
Our Residential Coordinator oversees two Residential Programs in Brick, NJ. The Residential Coordinator will be responsible for the overall management of the daily activities of the residents in the program. They must be able to manage the complexity of coordinating a large staff, including developing schedules in advance, recruiting, training, and disciplining.
They will also be responsible for writing Individual Habilitation Plans and perform the coordination of Interdisciplinary Team facilitator for the residents served. They will work with their staff to provide a home-like environment for all individuals receiving services and ensure that their overall health and safety as well as security of the program are maintained at all times.
The successful candidate will possess the following:
1. A Bachelor's Degree in Human Services, Special Education or related field
2. A minimum of 2 years supervisory experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities
3. The ability to manage and direct programs
4. Able to participate in an after-hours Emergency (On-call) rotation
We are currently seeking Part-Time Recreation Assistants to work with individuals with disabilities in a social setting. A Recreation Assistant provides opportunities for participants to enhance their quality of life by increasing socialization skills, integrating into the community and participating in recreational activities on site and in their community.
The successful candidate will provide supports during different group outings, social events (i.e. Dances, fitness clubs, arts & crafts, cooking clubs, etc.) and small group trips. They will provide transportation (using agency vehicles) and provide support and supervision during various activities. Additionally, they will encourage active involvement in all activities and present as a good social role model for all individuals within the programs.
The successful candidate must be:
1. At least 18 years of age
2. Possess a valid NJ Driver's License with no more than 5 points
3. Possess a valid High School Diploma or GED
4. Posses excellent communication skills
5. Have the desire to provide successful social interactions to individuals with disabilities
The hours for this position vary. Please submit your resume and availability with this job posting to be considered for this position.
We are currently seeks several Part Time Drivers to transport individuals from their community residences to and from their Day Programs/Work Shop. The successful candidate must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid NJ DL with no more than 5 points, and a minimum of a H.S. Diploma or GED.
They must also be able to work a split shift.
The hours for the position are 7a-9a and 2:30-4:30, Monday-Friday.
We are currently a Support Coordinator to support individuals with disabilities in Monmouth and Atlantic Counties. The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting participants to gain access to needed programs, services and supports including but not limited to medical, social, educational and other services. The Support Coordinator in conjunction with the participant will also develop Individual Service Plans and maintain ongoing contact to assure services are being provides to the individual's satisfaction.
1. Utilizes various assessments, discovery tools, interviews etc. in order to assist the planning team to identify needed services and supports; schedules and facilitates planning team meetings in collaboration with the individual.
2. Completes/writes the Person Centered Planning Tool (PCPT) and Individual Service Plan (ISP) with input from the participant, their family and other team members designated by the participant.
3. Notifies individual, planning team and service provider when services are changed, reduced or terminated. Revises PCPT and ISP as necessary.
4. Researches, locates options for services that may include day supports, transportation, individual supports, generic community and natural supports, other state or federal funded supports.
5. Links participant to service providers by providing information, confirms service capacity, intake and eligibility requirements; establishes provider ability to implement strategies to reach identified ISP outcomes and/or other actions to establish service delivery.
6. Provides monitoring and follow up to ensure delivery of quality services, ensuring services are provided safely and in full consideration of individual’s rights and to individual’s satisfaction.
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Special Education or related area required.
2. Must posses a New Jersey drivers license with 5 points or less.
3. Minimum of 2 years experience working with individuals with disabilities
The Arc, Ocean County Chapter, a non-profit agency that supports individuals with
disabilities, is seeking Full-Time and Part-Time CHHAs and CNAs to work in our
medical group homes.
Basic Job Responsibilities include:
-Ensuring each resident obtains necessary medical services
-Assisting with the monitoring and the provision of clinical care
Providing direct support and supervision by teaching skills and guiding the
personal and social development of each individual within the least restrictive
Overnight shifts are currently available.
The successful candidate will be at least 18 years of age, have a minimum of a H.S.
Diploma/GED, and a valid NJ Driver's License with no more than 5 points. They
must also have a current and valid CNA/CHHA license that was received from an
Employment Specialists work with participants in our Self-Directed Services Programs. They are responsible for developing employment, self-employment, and/or volunteer opportunities to expand on skills necessary for competitive employment. They also provide community based job training opportunities to address job modifications and/or job restructuring to develop natural supports. They also provide job, career and life skill training to enhance employability skills. Must be able to contact, network and develop relationships with potential employers.
This position requires a BS/BA in Human Services or related field.
To assist, mentor, advise, and instruct individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities while they secure gainful employment within the community.
Candidate must be 18 yrs or older, have a valid NJ DL w/no more than 5pts, and a high school diploma or GED. We are seeking individuals that have experience working in the field of developmental disabilities and is familiar with the background of job coaching and instruction. Must have a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the individuals within our services, this is a 40hr per week position.