If you are passionate about supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), maybe it's time to consider a career with
The Arc of North Carolina. Founded in 1953, we are one of the oldest and largest I/DD advocacy and service organizations in the state.
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Housing Program Manager
 
Location:  Greenville / New Bern 
 
Position: Full- Time
 

Position Code: HPM-GRVL/NB-20170310  

Closing: March 10, 2017 

Responsibilities:  The candidate will be responsible for determining eligibility for individuals to participate in The Arc’s Opening Door’s Housing Program. The candidate will be responsible for marketing the program, recruiting perspective individual’s, providing assistance with admission procedures, establishing individual goals for all participants currently in the program, as well as for new tenants upon their entrance to the program, monitoring and documenting progress and assessing the ongoing needs for all tenants.  Additionally, the candidate will coordinate with a multiple variation of venders in the community to ensure that each property is well maintained.
 
Preferred four-year degree and experience with individuals of diverse backgrounds and disabilities including IDD and mental health. Outstanding organizational, verbal and written communication skills are a must.  Candidate must be able to perform daily duties to achieve excepted outcomes and performance measures with minimal supervision.  Must be self-motivated, have excellent time management skills and able to work independently.  
 
Interested applicants should email their resume and cover letter to Gina Karam, Email: gkaram@arcnc.org, by March 10, 2017.
 
 
Resource Advocate
 
Location:  Greensboro/Triad
 
Position:  Full-Time
 

Position Code: RA-GBO-20170224  

Closing:  February 24, 2017
 
The Arc of North Carolina seeks a hard-working individual to support people of all ages with I/DD in Greensboro and surrounding Triad area on a full-time basis.
 
Responsibilities may include: connecting people to needed resources (benefits, housing etc.), helping people develop relationships, justify needed services and supports and advocating for their personal needs and desires. Related experience in providing direct supports or special education is preferred but not required. Creativity, progressive thinking, strong advocacy skills, and knowledge of community resources are highly desirable. Qualified applicants must be 18 or older, have a high school diploma or GED, current driver's license, and pass background checks. 
 
Please email resume to Nicole Kiefer at nkiefer@arcnc.org by February 24, 2017.

  

Support Associate (Direct Care Staff)  

Do you want to make a difference in a person’s life? The Arc of North Carolina seeks passionate, compassionate, hard-working individuals to support people of all ages with I/DD throughout North Carolina.

Education Requirements:  High School Diploma or GED

Responsibilities:  providing breaks for caregivers, assistance with personal care, teaching skills to increase independence, promoting inclusion in the community. Related experience in direct care or special education is preferred but not required. Creativity, progressive thinking, strong advocacy skills, and knowledge of community resources are highly desirable. Qualified applicants must be 18 or older, current driver’s license, and pass background checks.

Applicants may send resumes to the following:   

The Asheville Area: Lori Boehm at lboehm@arcnc.org 
The Charlotte Area: Vanessa Sanders at vsanders@arcnc.org
The Wilmington Area: Wilmington Administrative staff at admin_wil@arcnc.org 

 

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