Career Opportunities

Current Openings

SOURCE Program Director: Employee will be responsible for the leadership of the SOURCE program and the staff working under her/him.  This includes ensuring overall satisfaction of services for SOURCE members, as well as positive collaboration with other agencies.  Duties include, but are not limited to, supervising all staff hired to serve the SOURCE participants; ensuring the collection and review of monthly reports by referral coordinator, case manager supervisor, team leaders, and case managers, as needed;  providing leadership to case managers with regard to specific medical/health issues for program participants, etc.

Exempt position.

ISP/ER Coordinator/DDP: Maintains all regulatory and contract issues by the exceptional rate individuals served by ARC.  He/she will identify, report, and correct an environmental, documentation, medical/safety issues for exceptional rate individuals served by ARC Residential services.  Will maintain checklist/tracking system for any issues identified for up to 25 individuals residing in the assigned area.

Non-exempt position.

Health and Safety Director: The Health and Safety Director will coordinate and oversee various inspections, tests, repairs, and other projects at all AARC locations to ensure the safety of all employees and individuals served.  Duties and responsibilities include internal and external inspections, coordination with external vendors for annual fire hydrant flow tests, fire suppression hoods, sprinkler systems, etc.

Qualifications: A 4-year degree is preferred.  Three (3) years experience working in the health and safety management field is preferred.  Must have excellent customer service skills.

Exempt position.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN): The LPN will perform clinincal and non-clinical duties as assigned.  Maintains all medical regulatory and compliance issues for the individuals served by AARC.  Maintains compliance with all state and federal policies and procedures.

Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED and minimum of two (2) years clinical experience and experience with individuals with DD and/or MH required.  Must have and maintain LPN licensure.

Non-exempt position.

Residential Home Manager: Hired by the residential program director and/or the residential case manager, this position is responsible for the wellbeing of the individuals served who reside in the home.  The Residential Home Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operation and activities of the home, including oversight of the care of individuals served, the facility, and program implementation in the home.

Qualifications: Requirements include possession of a high school diploma or GED and a valid Georgia driver's license with a satisfactory driving record.  Must be capable of operating a 15-passenger van, or must have a personal vehicle that can be used for transporting individuals served.

Exempt position.

Residential Licensed Practical Nurse-HRST: The LPN performs clinical and non-clinical duties as assigned.  Maintains all medical regulatory and compliance issues for the individuals served by AARC.  Maintains compliance with all state and federal policies and procedures.

Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED and minimum of two (2) years clinical experience and experience with individuals with DD and/or MH required.  Must have and maintain LPN licensure.

Exempt position.

Case Manager-Residential: The Case Manager maintains all regulatory and contract issues by the individual served by AARC.  Identifies, reports, and corrects any environmental, documentation, medical/safety issues for individuals served by AARC Residential services.  Maintains a checklist/tracking system for any issues identified for up to 25 individuals residing in the assigned area.

Qualifications: Must have a 4-year degree from an accredited institution in social work, education, nursing and/or other related field plus 1 year experience in the disability field.  All skills and experience will be considered.  Must have knowledge of calculators, personal computers, electronic financial data systems, MS Office Excel, fax machines, multiple line telephone systems and all other business related machines.  Must have experience in clerical/office administrative duties.  Must be a team player, be able to coach, train, and hold staff accountable and produce reports in a timely manner.  Must be a self-starter, be able to solve problems and provide creative suggestions and solutions.  Must have excellent customer service skills.

Exempt position.

Project ARC Case Manager: Case Managers are hired by the Assistant Director and the Project ARC Supervisor.  They will be responsible for individuals assigned to their caseload.  Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting in completing client intake forms and assessments, obtaining medical and psychological evaluations, writing Individual Service Plans (ISPs), writing skills and behavior plans for clients' progress in activity notes, maintaining contact with individuals' families, making applications for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security (SS) benefits and filing reports.

Exempt position.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree in Sociology or related field or experience working with people with disabilities.

Transportation/Motor Pool Coordinator: This position is a full-time position in charge of the oversight and management of all Albany ARC vehicles and state vehicles, as well as AARC vehicle operators.  Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: maintaining records for all vehicles; managing vehicle maintenance information and database on a monthly basis; ensuring that vehicle drivers are doing monthly inspection of vehicles and turning in a monthly checklist form; scheduling and ensuring both routine maintenance as well as mechanical repair needs on all AARC vehicles; preparing/replacing vehicle log notebooks for all vehicles both AARC and state; completing all paperwork necessary for receiving new vehicles in surplus old vehicles out of inventory.

Non-exempt position.

Qualifications: This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent GED, good computer skills (Microsoft Office suite, especially), legible handwriting and a pleasant personality.

Fiscal Services Administrator: This is a full-time position working under the direction of the Executive Director.  This position provides an array of financial support services directed towards maintaining internal systems and promoting fiscal oversight and management.  This position maintains records of financial transactions and budget tracking by establishing accounts; posting transactions to accounts receivable/payable systems; creating financial reports and entering or posting information to accounting journals, accounting software, business operational spreadsheets and other databases.  The Fiscal Services Administrator also reconciles accounts to ensure their accuracy and supports a budget oversight and management system in producing reports in cooperation with the Executive Director.

Exempt position.

Qualifications: This position requires a Bachelor's degree (MA/MBA preferred) in business, management, or finance.  Excellent people skills with experience in collaboration with multidisciplinary, diverse, and dynamic teams, demonstrated experience in financial management and accounting, ideally in the non-profit sector, etc.

ICWP Case Manager:  The ICWP Case Manager is responsible for the overall enhanced primary case management of those individuals who have been assigned to their caseload. This position  must demonstrate successful team participation, good written and verbal communication skills, knowledge of local, state, and regional resources and willingness to establish community networks.  Must demonstrate a professional and personal commitment to advocacy, creativity, and ethics with an emphasis on promoting and implementing self-directed care.

Minimum Educational Qualifications:

Licensed Practical Nurse  or BA or BS degree from an accredited college or university in health care or a human services related discipline

Minimum Experience:

2 Years of demonstrated and documented experience in healthcare service delivery or human services case management. Experience must be pertinent to the conditions and disabilities of the  populations served by the ICWP and include work with adults, the disabled, traumatic brain injured or other special needs populations.

Enhanced / Preferred Experience and certifications:

An R.N. or Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing or Master’s degree in social work; psychology; counseling or a related human services degree; a current certification in rehabilitation or case management; a license to practice social work, psychology, counseling, or related area in the State of Georgia and certification through the Georgia Medical Care Foundation to perform the Personal Support Consumer Directed Option.

For newly enrolled/newly approved Case Managers:  Certification to perform CDO must be obtained within six(6) months of approval by the ICWP Program Specialist.   Enhanced Case Management certification organizations include: American Board of Disability Analyst(ABDA); Certified Case Manager(CCM); Certified Advanced Social Work Case Manager(CASWCM); Certified Disability Management Specialist(CDMS); Certified Health Care Quality Management(CHCQM); Certification for Case Managers(CMC); Certified Rehabilitation Counselor(CRC); Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse; Certified Rehabilitation Nurse-Advanced (CRRN or CRRN-A); Registered Nurse Case Manager(RN-BC); Certified Nurse Case Manager(RN-C).

 Residential DDP: The DDP works under the direction of the Residential Director and will perform professional duties as assigned.  They will have supervision duties over the Residential Case Managers pertaining to staff development and documentation.  They maintain all regulatory and compliance issues for the individuals served by AARC.  They maintain compliance with all state and federal policies and procedures.

Exempt position.

Qualifications: The Residential DDP must have and maintain DDP qualifications and a minimum of 3 years experience working with individuals with disabilities and/or mental health diagnoses.  A knowledge of calculators, personal computers, fax machines, multiple line telephone systems, and all other business-related machinery is required.  Experience in clerical/office administrative duties preferred.  Must be an extremely organized, effective communicator and team player able to coach, train, and hold staff accountable, produce reports in a timely manner.  Must be a self-starter, able to problem solve and provide creative suggestions and solutions.  Must demonstrate excellent customer service and communication skills both verbal and written.

 

 

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