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.
The Arc is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender,
gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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Position Status: Part-time

Location: Wilmington, NC

Education Requirements: Qualified applicants must be 18 or older, have a high school diploma or GED, current driver’s license, and pass background checks.

Experience Requirements: Related experience in providing direct supports or special education is preferred but not required. Knowledge of office procedures, good verbal and written skills required. Creativity, progressive thinking, strong advocacy skills, and knowledge of community resources are highly desirable.

ResponsibilitiesAnswers telephones in a polite, upbeat manner within two or three rings. Greet visitors, vendors, and other personnel in a professional manner. This duty includes the proper routing of calls. Advocates for the rights of people with disabilities and encourage the acceptance, inclusion, and involvement of people with disabilities through daily contacts. Provide clerical assistance to the Director(s), Manager(s), Senior Administrative staff, Housing Coordinator, Choices, Supported Employment, First in Families, and other staff. Sort and distribute mail. Weighs and applies postage to various size envelopes for US postal service and other mail carriers. Maintaining office machines; copier, fax, and phone system. Making and distributing copies as directed by office staff. Ordering printed materials; business cards, letterhead, and other office needs. Assist with staff registrations, check requests, travel arrangements, hotel reservations, etc. Attending staff meetings, taking minutes, typing, copying and distributing minutes. Updating employee roster with phone and extension numbers.

Deadline: March 26, 2019, and send resume and cover letter to Christina Paguio at cpaguio@arcnc.org


Property Inspector

Position Status: Full-time

Location: Greensboro, NC

Education Requirements: Prefer bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited college or university.

Experience Requirements: Candidate must have experience in conducting home inspections, construction and home maintenance, Microsoft Office applications and data bases, preferably in a professional office environment. Prefer experience with people with disabilities. Must be able to sustain a large amount of travel, including overnights, and schedule and manage large amounts of information successfully. Organizational and planning skills with an ability to effectively prioritize work tasks is a must.

ResponsibilitiesThe Property Inspector will (1) schedule and conduct physical inspections of all properties in a large region and issue reports on those inspections, (2) coordinate, schedule and follow-up on all HUD, REAC and NCHFA inspections as necessary, (3) assist with minor repairs and help coordinate larger repairs, (4) ensure compliance with various local, state and federal regulations, help respond to tenants’ needs as they arise. Responsible for maintaining company vehicle inspections and maintenance. Will work closely with the Property Manager and other Property Inspectors to resolve property issues as they arise.

Deadline: March 14, 2019, and send resume and cover letter to Foresa Walker at fwalker@arcnc.org


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 Triangle Area: Valerie Todd at vtodd@arcnc.org 
The Wilmington Area: Wilmington Administrative staff at admin_wil@arcnc.org