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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 Arc of Monmouth Job Fair

Date: July 29, 2021

Time: 1:30PM - 6:00 PM

Location: The Arc Center - 1158 Wayside Road, Tinton Falls, NJ 07712

Now Hiring: 

  • Full-Time and Part-Time DSP's (Direct Support Professionals) for Residential & Adult Day Programs
  • Group Home Management Positions
  • All Shifts Available


  • $750 Sign-On
  • $1,500 Referral

* Gift Bags * Door Prizes * Refreshments *

Here's What to Do...

  1. Click the button below to download the flyer.
  2. RSVP by July 28th to
  3. Bring copies of your resume to the job fair!




Payroll Specialist

Location: The Arc Center 


  • Bachelors Degree in Accounting or Business Administration preferred
  • Minimum of three years payroll processing experience with ADP Workforce Now required
  • Current ADP Workforce Now experience required
  • Excellent written, verbal, and mathematical skills
  • Must be organized, attentive to detail, and possess a positive, friendly, and professional demeanor.
  • Working knowledge of Windows-based programs required
  • Valid driver's license with an acceptable record for The Arc and its insurer

Description of Duties: 

Responsible for collecting employee timekeeping information, processing biweekly payroll and providing pay-related information to Agency employees.

Hours: 40 hours, per Letter of Employment, and as needed

Category of Employment: Confidential

Supervisor: Senior Staff Accountant



Part-Time Van Driver


  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Must demonstrate appropriate and clear communication of the English language, both written and verbal, with supervisors, subordinate staff, peers, Individuals served, families, caregivers, and all others involved in the operations of program management
  • Demonstrate appropriate communication and professional conduct
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Ability and/or interest in working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and previous experience in I/DD setting preferred
  • Minimum 2 years driving experience
  • Valid NJ driver's license with no more than 5 points
  • Must successfully complete all required Division of Developmental Disabilities pre-service training, and maintain current Red Cross First Aid and Adult CPR Certifications

Description of Duties:

  1. Operate Agency vehicles in accordance with all applicable state, local and federal regulations, and Agency policy and procedures.
  2. Complete a pre-trip and post-trip inspection of each vehicle assigned daily. Forms must be completed and turned in weekly.
  3. Maintain the vehicle in a clean and safe condition inside and out. Immediately report any vehicle mechanical or other problem to the Supervisor
  4. Vehicle fluids including oil, water, brake, and transmission fluid must be maintained at appropriate levels to ensure proper vehicle operation.
  5. Routes assigned to the Driver must be completed with or without an Aide, as directed by the Supervisor.
  6. Driver must be able to load and unload Individuals served in wheelchairs or using walkers. Lift and/or support individuals served, as needed. 
  7. Check daily to assure vehicle registration and insurance cards are on assigned vehicles at all times.
  8. Adhere to agency and transportation procedures
  9. Participate and complete all assigned Agency required training and effectively implement knowledge.
  10. Report any unusual occurrence or incident regarding the served Individuals immediately on Agency approved form and submit to the Supervisor
  11. Cooperate with any investigations internal or by a duly authorized external agency regarding delivery of services to individuals served.
  12. Report any accident or staff injury immediately to the Supervisor. An incident report must be completed in line with Agency policy.
  13. Report any motor vehicle incident that results in a ticket, summons and/or citation as a result of driving an Agency or personal vehicle in pursuit of Agency business to the Supervisor
  14. Maintain emergency sheets and any other documentation regarding the Individuals served, as necessary.
  15. Provide assistance to Individuals served during community trips.
  16. Advocate for served individual's needs, and ensure effective flow of communication to the appropriate administrative staff. Report any perceived signs of abuse or neglect.
  17. Intervene and apply the appropriate verbal commands or physical intervention techniques during a crisis in accordance with the individual's service plan, and Agency policy and procedures.
  18. Comply with all state and Federal laws, as applicable
  19. Complete all other duties assigned by supervisor.

Category of Employment: Hourly

Hours: 20 Hours, per letter of Employment

Supervisor: Transportation Manager



Executive Assistant to Senior Management


  • Bachelor or Associates degree with a minimum of 5 years' experience with proven office administration and customer service skills. 
  • Solid working knowledge of office processes and business policy.
  • Perform a wide range of complex and confidential administrative and clerical support duties.
  • Requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a strong ability to work under pressure.
  • Prior experience working with executive office management as appropriate.
  • Excellent Microsoft Office skills are essential.

Description of Duties:

  1. Provides a wide range of complex office administration and support to the highest-ranking Senior Staff members.
  2. Serves as principal administrative contact and liaison with all agency staff, Board members and external contacts.
  3. Developments, implements and administers departmental office systems and procedures. Establishes office procedures, policies, and operations.
  4. Prepares spreadsheets for budgets, grants, or contracts, including tracking and maintaining records.
  5. Reviews, assesses, answers, and monitors follow-up action steps on correspondence.
  6. Provides a wide range of support with composing and editing letters, reports, and presentations.
  7. Manages calendars, arranges for meetings/events and appointments.
  8. Purchase and maintain inventory of office supplies.
  9. Provide administrative support to the Board of Directors by attending board meetings and taking the minutes of the meeting.
  10. Ability to work across teams with a wide variety of projects.
  11. Answers calls and emails and may disseminate a wide range of information to the agency.
  12. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Category of Employment: Non-Exempt

Hours:40 Hours or as needed

Supervisor: Executive Director




Associate Manager, Independent Living Program


  1. Experience in residential services for adults with intellectual disabilities/developmental disabilities preferred.
  2. Knowledge of counseling and behavior management, and skills in household management.
  3. Valid New Jersey Driver's License with a driving record acceptable to The Arc and its insurer.

Description of Duties:

  1. Ensure adequate oversight of the personal and social growth of persons served; promote their independence and responsible behavior within the community.
  2. Supervise program staff and volunteers.
  3. Coordinate staff scheduling and on-call procedures.
  4. Evaluate and administer progressive discipline of staff when appropriate, up to and including termination of employment, in conjunction with Human Resources.
  5. Participate in the screening and selection of individuals being considered for admission to the program.
  6. Develop community connections and natural supports for persons served, in keeping with their personal goals.
  7. Conduct or attend meetings related to services and supports for persons served.
  8. Provide instruction to individuals to increase their skills, in securing themselves against dangers such as fire, theft, and physical abuse.
  9. Coordinate, obtain or provide transportation to appointments via personal vehicle, The Arc vehicle, or public transportation as appropriate.
  10. Maintain current records of progress, unusual incidents, and outstanding events relating to the program and individuals in the program.
  11. Perform any other duties as assigned.

Category of Employment: Exempt

Hours: 40 hours/week and as required. Be available "on call."

Supervisor: Manager of ILP, SLP, SUP



Assistant Director, Residential Services

Locations: The Arc Center


  • Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Special Education or a related field, with a minimum of two years' experience managing participants and staff in a residential group home.
  • Prior management experience and strong computer skills required
  • Vaild NJ driver's license and a record that is acceptable to The Arc and its insurer

Description of Duties:

  1. Assures that each residential facility is operating in compliance with the policies and procedures of The Arc as well as the standards of its funding and accreditation sources.
  2. Supervising the residential management staff and the facility locations
  3. Identify, evaluate, and correct problems through training, mentoring, and direct supervision while working to improve services and staff retention.

Category of Employment: Supervisory/Confidential (12 months)

Hours: 40 hrs/week, and as needed - per letter of employment

Supervisor: Director, Residential Services




DSP - Achievement Zone


  • Associates degree in Human Services or related field or an equivalent combination of experience and/or education.
  • Valid driver’s license with an acceptable record for the Arc and its insurer.

Supervisor: Coordinator of Transition Services

Description of Duties:

1. Work with young adults in the Achievement Zone and make recommendations for suitable employment and/or volunteer work.
2. Provide instruction in skills important for transition from school to adult life, including career education, community awareness, safety, travel training and other skills.
3. Teach and mentor young adults with intellectual disabilities in a variety of virtual classes.
4. Engage individuals during virtual classes to ensure participation in class activities as well as comprehension and understanding of course material.
5. Teach and assist young adults to gain marketable employment skills, and develop life skills, as well as a stronger sense of social awareness.
6. Research and design curriculum that meet the needs of young adults in the Achievement Zone and encourage them to grow beyond their current understanding of course material.
7. Obtain a baseline on the individual’s work skills and collect progress data.
8. Obtain the necessary support services and the appropriate follow up services to assist the persons to maintain successful job placement.
9. Create supplemental class work for clients who desire to engage in course work outside of class.
10.  Perform any other duties as assigned.

Hours: 40 hours/ week and as needed depending on the needs of the program.

Category of Employment: Non-exempt


Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Seeking compassionate people who are looking to work with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities to promote their maximum independence. Working as a DSP is both rewarding and challenging, yet offers great flexibility. Currently hiring full-time, part-time, and per diem positions (including evening and weekend shifts) in Residential, Independent Living, & other supports programs.

Requirements: Must have a high school diploma or GED, a valid NJ driver's license with an acceptable driving record, and must be willing to submit to a background check and fingerprinting. On the job training, including CPR and First Aid, will be provided.  Apply Now!

  • Independent Living Program - Assist individuals with daily living tasks - Flexible hours available
  • Residential - Weekday Overnight & Weekend Shifts Available
  • Substitute/Per Diem


Direct Support Professional III - Adult Day Programs

This position is responsible for engaging individuals in meaningful activities and interactions within the center and in a variety of community settings. Strong interpersonal skills, independent judgement and experience/interest in working with people with I/DD required. Associates Degree or 60 credits towards undergraduate degree in psychology or related field preferred.  Apply Now!


Group Home Manager

The Group Home Manager provides overall management of the daily operations of group homes. Specific responsibilities include assuring the home operates in compliance with The Arc's policies and procedures, ensuring each resident's service plan goals are implemented and progress is documented, and supervising staff and participants. Apply Now!

Qualifications: bachelor's degree in education, psychology or related field preferred, minimum 2 years experience working with individuals with I/DD, minimum 2 years supervisory experience, valid NJ driver's license with 5 or less points, computer skills. 

Associate Group Home Manager

The Associate Group Home Manager assists the Group Home Manager with the overall management and daily operations of the group homes. Apply Now!