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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


Director of Development


Job Duties:

  1. Supervise and administer all activities of the Development Department, including special events, fundraising activities, planned giving, membership activities, public relations and public communications.
  2. Hire, fire, train, discipline, orient, supervise and evaluate Development Department employees.
  3. Supervise preparation and production of The Arc newsletters, annual report, brochures, other publications, presentations, and e-newsletters. Assist other departments in preparation of similar materials.

  4. Oversee The Arc of Monmouth website management, and other social media.

  5. Oversee and nurture volunteer participation in The Arc’s fundraising and public relations activities.

  6. Investigate, develop and initiate new fundraising and planned giving activities.

  7. Cultivate potential donors for The Arc of Monmouth.

  8. Develop and maintain contacts with media to foster greater public awareness of The Arc of Monmouth.

  9. Make presentations regarding The Arc to community organizations, schools and other groups.

  10. Develop and maintain constructive relationships with other organizations, agencies and governmental bodies throughout Monmouth County.

  11. Oversee capital fund raising campaigns as needed.

  12. Conduct, attend, and document staff meetings, committee meetings and other meetings, trainings and presentations as required

  13. Research foundations and prepare grant proposals to foundations and other funding sources.

  14. Prepare and monitor the budgets of the Development Department.

  15. Prepare narrative, statistical or other reports as required.

  16. Communicate and cooperate with other departments of The Arc to accomplish the mission of The Arc of Monmouth.

  17. Oversee agency participation in joint promotional and fundraising activities with other Chapters of The Arc.

  18. Assist in coordination of membership and informational meetings as needed.

  19. Supervise evaluation of department activities and submit related reports.

  20. Complete other duties as assigned or required.

Hours: 40 Hours/week and as needed per letter of employment, evening and weekend hours required

Supervisor: Executive Director


Bachelor's Degree with at least five years’ experience in development or fundraising.  Managerial experience required.  Background in public relations and communications desirable. Computer literacy.  Ability to work well with others. Valid New Jersey driver’s license with a driving record acceptable to The Arc and its insurer.




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

Center Manager – Green Grove Achievement Center

POSITION OPENING : Center Manager – Green Grove Achievement Center



  • Ability to manage employees providing services and support to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


  • B.A. degree in Education, Psychology, Human Services, or an equivalent field. Minimum of 5 years’ experience working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities that exhibit maladaptive behaviors. A minimum of 2 years management experience. Ability and willingness to complete Personal Control Technique training. An understanding of and appreciation for ABA therapy.


  • Valid NJ Driver’s License with an acceptable record for The Arc of Monmouth, Inc. and its insurer.


  • 40 Hours and as needed per week, per letter of employment.



  • Supervisory/12 months



  • Assistant Director Behavioral Programs, Adult Services



  • Provide overall management of the daily operations of the Achievement Center.
  • Ensure the development of service plans in collaboration with other team members, for each person serviced in the Achievement Center.
  • Participate in and/or conduct meetings, trainings, and/or conferences related to served individuals, their families, the department, agency, or other pertinent issues.
  • Hire, terminate, supervise, discipline, train and evaluate the Achievement Center staff, substitutes, interns, and volunteers.
  • To ensure that the service plan goals for each participant are implemented, progress is documented, and that goals are periodically reviewed and updated as necessary.
  • Assume administrative and fiscal responsibilities at the Achievement Center.
  • Supervise the care and maintenance of the facility and ensure a safe and clean environment.
  • Coordinate and/or provide transportation to appointments and services, utilizing The Arc or personal vehicle.
  • Provide personal care such as feeding, toileting, changing, showering, lifting, or performing wheelchair transfers as needed or required.
  • Use appropriate intervention, assume responsibility for and complete all reporting procedures in an unusual incident and/or emergency situation.
  • Implement Behavior Support Plans as needed.
  • Assess the abilities of served individuals through observation and assessment tools.
  • Adhere to the approved budget for Center expenses.
  • Utilize appropriate personal control techniques when deemed necessary by established criteria.
  • Complete all necessary documentation and electronic billing in a timely manner.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned.





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

Shipping and Receiving Coordinator


  • N.J. Driver’s License (Commercial Driver’s License preferred), and a driving record that is acceptable to The Arc and its insurer.  
  • A.A. Degree or 60 credits towards undergraduate degree or equivalent experience in production, warehousing and/or forklift operations.
  • Experience with persons with developmental disabilities preferred

Category of Employment:



20 hours a week, per letter of employment


Warehouse Supervisor


Job Duties:

1.       Assist with truck delivery scheduling of incoming material.

2.       Prepare paperwork, organize product, and assist in scheduling outgoing shipments, under the direction of the Warehouse Supervisor.

3.       Deliver, when needed, products to subcontractors, State Set-Aside accounts, and other customers. 

4.       Assist with the verification of documentation and product counts of incoming and outgoing packing slips and invoices and provide copies to designated staff.

5.       Maintain an organized, orderly warehouse, storing raw materials and finished products.

6.       Maintain an orderly and safe work environment in accordance with standards which govern the program.

7.       Assist the Warehouse Supervisor with promoting a smooth flow of work, machine operations, completing record keeping and taking a physical inventory count.

8.       Assist with providing inventory counts on in-house products as well as counts of customer product, as requested.

9.       Maintain regular communication with supervisor regarding warehousing, shipping, and receiving, customer complaints, equipment problems and other pertinent information.

10.   Attend staff meetings and training courses as required. 

11.   Assist providing skill training in warehousing and shipping and receiving as assigned.

12.   Recognize and uphold quality control standards and report related concerns to supervisor.

13.   Maintain equipment in good repair and recognize, repair, or assist in scheduling repairs for machine malfunctions, when appropriate.

14.   To organize products, and complete necessary paperwork and computer entries to ship products out UPS or other carriers.

15.   Complete other related duties as assigned or required





Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Hours: Full-Time/Part-Time

Category of Employment: Professional

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.