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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 HR@arcofmonmouth.org

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

 


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.

Qualifications:

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)

IF INTERESTED, PLEASE CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW AND APPLY NOW

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.

Summary:

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).

Responsibilities:

  • 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

Qualifications:

  • 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)

 

IF INTERESTED, PLEASE CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW AND APPLY NOW

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

Behavioral Technician

LOCATIONS:

Health Services

QUALIFICATIONS:

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

CATEGORY OF EMPLOYMENT Non-exempt

SUPERVISOR Senior Director of Health Services

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:

  • 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.

Director of Philanthropy

Job Description:

The Director of Philanthropy will develop and advance a culture of giving by growing new and existing funding streams through new donor development, major gifts, grants, events, planned giving and capital campaigns.  A key initiative for this role will be to build, diversify, and grow the organization’s donor base. To do this successfully, the Director of Philanthropy must truly believe in the educational philosophy and model the mission, visions, and values of The Arc of Monmouth.  This position will be responsible for creating and implementing a comprehensive fundraising strategy that will grow philanthropic revenue and advance partnerships with individuals, corporations, and foundation donors.   The Director of Philanthropy will be responsible for achieving The Arc of Monmouth’s annual fundraising goals with innovative and expanded new approaches, as well as developing and executing a long-term fundraising growth plan.  This aggressive and attainable fundraising goal will be achieved through effective communication, both written and spoken, face-to-face meetings, and planned events and activities where donors are given special access and information related to our organization’s goals and objectives.          

Qualifications:

An entrepreneurial-minded self-starter

Sense of professionalism, confidentiality, independent judgment, and an exceptional work ethic.

A minimum of 8+ years of progressively responsible non-profit fundraising experience

Proven ability to close major gifts and successfully steward high net worth individuals.

Highly organized, attentive to detail, and able to anticipate, plan for, meet and exceed deadlines.

Ability to inspire and motivate a team.

Current driver’s license, automobile insurance, and an automobile in good working order.

Work Environment: The usual and customary methods of performing the job functions require the following physical demands: driving to and from development meetings, the ability to be on the phone for long periods of time, and extensive computer time in communication, research, and organization. The job is performed regularly at the offices of The Arc of Monmouth.  A limited amount of flex time (work from home) is negotiable, but this is not a remote position.     

Job Duties:

Set a five-year vision for the development program with realistic targets for multi-year growth of private and corporate foundation revenue that aligns with the organization's ambitious needs.

Build and maintain an active solicitation portfolio of 75+ major gift donors and prospects.

Identify, research, design strategies for building relationships and implement philanthropic growth strategies with high net worth individual and institutional prospects.

Engage board and executive team members in key donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities; successfully building and expanding a significant major gift program.

Develop and execute strategies and tactics to expand outreach and engagement of major institutional funders who align with our organization's mission, vision, and values as philanthropic donors, sponsors and partners in programs, events, and capital drives.

Set the direction of a strong annual giving program, increasing revenue each year. Build discrete communities of supporters from parents/guardians/grandparents, parent/grandparent alumni, and extended family members.

Establish realistic growth goals for the grants program, providing oversight, and reporting.

Develop a highly competitive and compelling case for support.

Plan and oversee the execution of major fundraising events, planned giving and capital campaigns.

With the Development Team, identify opportunities, establish appropriate ROI’s, oversee, and support all-community events.

Nurture a culture of philanthropy throughout the organization, leading by example and supporting from within.

Establish a major donor event series.

Create reports and presentations for The Arc of Monmouth’s Board of Directors on progress against goals and on all important factors influencing it.

Operate as the key organization philanthropic influencer, being available and approachable by donors, board, staff, and community.

Lead the department with strength, fairness, support, and knowledge.

Marketing and Development Associate

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent At least five years’ experience in fundraising, event planning and/or marketing.  Excellent organizational, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. High proficiency in Microsoft Office, Social Media Platforms, Web Design, & Gift Processing.  Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud and Macintosh publishing systems strongly desired.

 

Category Of Employment:

Supervisory/Confidential-12 months

Hours:

40 hours/week, some evenings, nights, and weekends as needed, per letter of employment.  Remote work on occasion.

 

Job Duties:

Manage and execute The Arc of Monmouth’s philanthropy goals, including but not limited to:

Drafting/sending of news releases and articles

Maintaining and fostering social media platforms

Graphic design of agency and departmental brochures, newsletters, and other materials as needed for the agency.

Agency website management

Social media platforms management

Prepare materials for direct mail fundraising campaigns.

 

In coordination with Agency leadership, plan, organize and execute major fundraising events, which may include but are not limited to 75th Anniversary, Annual Golf Outing, Winter Glow Gala, Walk, membership drives, informational, and virtual events, etc.

 

Assist in the execution of planned giving, capital campaigns and a major donor event series.

 

Perform administrative duties and maintain accurate records of philanthropy activities, such as reports on income and costs related to fundraising events and database of donors.

 

Organize gifts, gift acknowledgement and donor lists. 

 

Assist in key donor cultivation, grants, and solicitation activities.

 

Maintain Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems, maximizing Boomerang, GiveSmart® and Salsacrm preserving all data.

 

Develop a calendar for creating regular internal communications that engage and inform employees about Agency outreach and event efforts.

 

Partner with departments to ensure current and up to date information is included on all applicable platforms. 

 

Complete other duties as assigned or required.

 

Production Associate Manager

Qualifications:

A.A. Degree or 60 credits towards undergraduate degree in psychology or related field.  Fork-lift training and certification provided by the Work Opportunity Center is required.

A New Jersey Driver's License and a driving record that is acceptable to Arc and its insurer.

Category Of Employment:

Non-Union

Hours:

40 hours/week – per letter of employment (inclusive of a ½ hr. lunch)

 

Job Duties:

Assist Production Manager with the supervision of production staff and substitutes in job set up, maintaining production quotas, training techniques and inventory counts.

 

Assist Warehouse Supervisor in timing all hourly paid individuals at least bi-annually following Department of Labor regulations.  

 

Record or verify individuals’ productivity as per workshop standards, including daily production sheets and Average Hourly Rate (AHR) documentation.

 

Accurately complete inventories, time studies, task analysis, and other data collection as assigned.

 

Implement quality control procedures for work completed prior to shipping.

 

Assist the Production Manager and Marketing and Sales Manager in developing professional working relationships with customers. 

 

Assist Warehouse Supervisor in preparation and verification of incoming and outgoing products, including UPS shipments.

 

Attend staff meetings, production meetings, training, team meetings, or others as required.

 

Assess the trainee’s abilities through direct observation, charting and the administration of standardized measures.

 

Supervise and train participants in groups or one on one in new job skills.

 

Assist in assessing production flow and inventory control for E-Commerce business.

 

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

 

 Complete other duties as assigned or required.

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