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Are you looking to make a true difference and inspire positive change in the lives of others? If your answer is yes, consider joining The Arc of Monmouth team!

See below for open positions. For questions, please contact Human Resources by calling 732-493-1919 or by emailing

The Arc of Monmouth is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

The State of New Jersey’s Executive Order number 283 requires that employees working in Day and Residential programs be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations (to include a Booster if eligible). As such, you will be required to submit proof of vaccination prior to your start date of employment. If you have a medical or religious concern that could prevent you from complying with the vaccine mandate, a request for an accommodation should be made in writing to Human Resources prior to the start of employment.

Part-Time Van Driver

Job Description:

The Arc of Monmouth serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in group homes, day programs, and supported employment. We are seeking qualified candidates for Part-Time Van Driver positions to transport participants to and from residential, day programs, and community sites.

**THE HOURS ARE 7am-9AM and 2-4:30PM!!**

Job Duties:

Provides safe transportation of program participants in a timely and safe manner.


The ideal candidate will have experience in safe and efficient door-to-door transportation of passengers to their scheduled sites.

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 18 years of age or older with a minimum of 2 years driving experience
  • Must demonstrate clear and appropriate communication of the English Language, both written and verbal.
  • Must maintain professional conduct and confidentiality
  • Ability and/or interest in working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and previous experience in I/DD setting, preferred.
  • Must successfully complete all required Division of Developmental Disabilities pre-service training and maintain current Red Cross First Aid and Adult CPR certifications

Benefits Include:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Free Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off – Vacation, Sick and Personal
  • 403B Retirement Plan with 4% Employer Match!
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)


The Arc of Monmouth is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Job Description:

The Arc of Monmouth serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in group homes, day programs, and supported employment. We are seeking qualified Direct Support Professional candidates for Full Time, Part Time and Per Diem positions in our Monmouth County group homes.


Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) play an important role in the day-to-day operations of the group home. DSPs assist residents with meal preparation, personal care, transportation, behavior management, and more. This is a challenging yet rewarding position. We are looking for candidates that can work the second shift (2:00 pm - 10:00 pm) as well as candidates who can work awake overnight shifts (10:00 pm - 8:00 am).


  • Teach, monitor, engage and assist residents in all activities of daily living and social interactions
  • Implement methods and techniques to assist residents in attaining service plan objectives
  • Transport residents to various appointments and activities
  • Administer medications, as required
  • Complete daily logs and written reports in electronic records systems


  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • 18 years or older
  • Valid NJ Driver's License with 5 or fewer points
  • Computer skills
  • Experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities preferred.

Benefits Include:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Free Life Insurance
  • Paid Time Off – Vacation, Sick and Personal
  • 403B Retirement Plan with 4% Employer Match!
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)



The Arc of Monmouth is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Licensed Clinical Therapist

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with 3 or more years of clinical experience. Provide quality clinical supervision as required by NJ state licensing boards for staff seeking licensing. Clinical supervisor certification required or within 6 months. A valid N.J. driver’s license with a driving record that is acceptable to Arc and its insurer.

HOURS 20-24 hours, Monday-Friday


SUPERVISOR Senior Director of Health Services

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: The basic functions of the Licensed Clinical Therapist are to assist in the assessment, planning, arranging, implementing of clinical programs for served individuals and referrals. Individual, couples, family, and group therapy are available forms of treatment provided by Licensed Clinical Therapists. All services are provided in accordance with professional ethics and boundaries. Must have experience, understanding, and knowledge of services needed to support persons with Intellectual and Developmental disabilities

Specific duties Include:

  • Maintain a caseload of clients and collaborate with therapists, support coordinators, behavior specialists, direct support staff, and program management as needed.
  • Develop and implement individual service plans, through team meetings and with appropriate personnel.
  • Coordinate social service resources based on individual’s needs. Assist individuals to utilize natural supports and generic services within their communities.
  • Provide counseling treatment to served individuals on an individual, group, couple and/or family therapy basis.
  • Maintain liaison with case management and other appropriate units of the Division of Developmental Disabilities and other social service agencies.
  • Coordinate service delivery and facilitate communication among appropriate personnel.
  • Provide transitional and follow-up services as needed for individuals leaving the Arc’s programs.
  • Coordinate as needed transportation to appointments and services.
  • Use appropriate intervention, assume responsibility, and complete all reporting procedures in an emergency situation.
  • Facilitate and/or participate in interdisciplinary team meetings, in-service trainings, staff meetings, and other sessions as required.
  • Compile and maintain evaluations, reports, case records, and other documentation, as required.
  • Provide information and referral in response to inquiries for service.
  • Complete the intake process for referrals of individuals to Arc programs.
  • Complete other duties as assigned or required



The Arc of Monmouth is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Associate Center Manager


Green Grove Achievement Center: Campus Parkway 



degree in human services field or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. The ability to support persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities in social, vocational, and self-care skills to promote community integration, and the ability to supervise other staff who support served persons.

40 Hours



Green Grove, Center Manager

Description of duties:

  • Provide overall management of the daily operations of the Achievement Center in conjunction with the Center Manager or Assistant Director.
  • Assume responsibility for the program in the absence of the Center Manager or Assistant Director.
  • Evaluate, orient, train, supervise and discipline Achievement Center staff, substitutes, student interns, and/or volunteers as assigned by the Center Manager or Assistant Director.
  • Participate as a member of the interdisciplinary team in the development and implementation of Service plans for served individuals.
  • Assess the abilities of served persons through observation and assessment tools.
  • Assist individuals to meet the goals and objectives of their Service Plans.
  • Ensure that proper documentation is maintained by center staff via electronic health records for all treatment modalities (i.e., behavior support plans, individual service plans, progress notes, t-logs, treatment plans, etc.)
  • Work collaboratively with the health services department to assist in the oversight and implementation of behavior support plans, administration of medication, and behavioral strategies utilized as a part of everyday programming.
  • Use appropriate interventions in an emergency and complete required reporting procedures following an emergency.
  • Assist in ensuring that the program complies with all applicable standards which govern the program, including but not limited to policies and procedures of Arc, funding sources, accreditation bodies and the Department of labor.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Behavioral Technician


Health Services


A Bachelors or associates degree in behavioral health or related field is preferred. The Behavioral Technician must be creative, energetic, and dedicated. RBT certification preferred, but will train and support requirements for certification. Must complete training within one month of hire. Two to three years’ experience working with individuals in the I/DD community. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Experience with Electronic Medical Records and Microsoft Office Suite essential.

Valid driver’s license with an acceptable record for the Arc and its insurer.

HOURS 40 Hours, per letter of employment


SUPERVISOR Senior Director of Health Services


  • Provide direct care to served individuals on a one-to-one or group therapy setting to implement skill acquisition and behavior reduction treatments as directed by BCBA.
  • Display a compassionate nature, empathy, and discretion in work.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with participants.
  • Collect, analyze, and record data on participants behavior in Therap and/or enter data manually as needed.
  • Collaborate, communicate, and assist with the training of participants, parents/guardians, and staff.
  • Provide a safe and supportive environment for participants, staff, and families.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned. Be willing to travel between various locations throughout the course of the day.

Human Resources Assistant


The Arc Center


Associate degree with experience supporting a high volume Human Resources Department required. Ability to handle confidential information discreetly and in accordance with agency policy expected. Excellent computer skills with thorough knowledge of Microsoft applications necessary. Some database experience with ADP Workforce familiarity and knowledge of State and Federal laws preferred.

Valid NJ Driver’s License and a driving record acceptable to The Arc of Monmouth, Inc., and its insurer.

HOURS 40 Hours per week

CATEGORY OF EMPLOYMENT Non-Supervisory/Confidential

SUPERVISOR Director, Human Resources


  • Conduct interview screenings, reference checking and respond to employee employment verifications (mortgage application, etc.). Assist with updating agency job descriptions.
  • Process FMLA or NJFLA letters and paperwork. Maintain leave of absence records and spreadsheet.
  • Administer worker’s compensation accident reports and claims with agency’s carrier.
  • Answer HR department telephone and email inquiries and assist with preparation, mailing and distribution of correspondence related to hiring, termination and COBRA, leaves and other employment activities.
  • Assist in processing and entering new hire paperwork and personnel action forms into ADP, preparing new hire induction packets, and helping with new hire inductions.
  • Assist with processing of medical, prescription, dental, group life, group voluntary life, long term disability, vision and 403(b) enrollments, changes, and terminations.
  • Run quarterly Division of Motor Vehicle abstracts for all active staff.
  • Maintain Human Resource files and other confidential files as required and perform periodic audits of files to support annual licensing requirements.
  • Assist department in carrying out various human resources programs and procedures and support employee communication efforts and dissemination of newsletters, flyers, electronic mailings, and announcements.
  • Assist with maintenance of inventory of supplies and office equipment placing orders as needed.
  • Stay current on trends in Human Resources, including regulatory and legislative changes and requirements to ensure ongoing compliance.
  • Complete other duties as assigned or required.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

The Arc of Monmouth promotes and protects the human rights of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their independence, inclusion, and participation in their communities to live a full and complete life. We are seeking a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) to join our team.


HOURS 40 hours


SUPERVISOR Senior Director of Health Services

Job Summary:

The LCSW will use their skills and talents to provide person centered clinical supports including evaluations, individual and group therapy that meets the needs of the individuals we serve. This includes creating new and innovative supports and adapting therapeutic modalities as needed. Qualities of the ideal candidate:

  • Self-starter who is ready to implement new supports to meet the needs of served individuals.
  • Fine-tuned communication skills and experience leading interns, supporting new counselors.
  • Experience in assessing problems and determining appropriate methods of treatment and implementing intervention methodologies.
  • Familiarity with applying Cognitive Behavioral therapy CBT) preferred as well as additional counseling techniques.
  • Must be a Medicare/Medicaid approved provider with clinical skills in counseling.
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a clinical setting. Experience working with the intellectual/developmental disabilities community a plus.


  • Must hold license as a Clinical Social Worker.
  • Must be competent in utilizing various computer applications and have experience with electronic health records.
  • Experience mentoring interns.
  • Must be ready to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.