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This venue was created to help those members and others in the disabilities field who are seeking candidates for their specific management career opportunities as well as for candidates who are looking to connect with agencies to further their own career paths.  Both types of information are posted in this section.

ANCOR offers this forum purely as an informational resource. We do not endorse any posting for employment availability or any candidate. ANCOR reserves the right to edit or abbreviate any postings submitted.

Postings will remain for 60 days. Please let us know if the position is filled or employment is obtained prior to that deadline.

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Post date: January 5, 2017
President/CEO - Williston, Ohio

Lutheran Ministries of Mercy
Williston, OH

THE OPPORTUNITY

The Board of Directors of Lutheran Ministries of Mercy (LMM), Williston, Ohio, has formally accepted the intention of its President/CEO to retire in May, 2017. It now invites applications for this position.

LMM was formed in 2013 as a consolidation of Luther home of Mercy, Williston, Ohio, founded in 1928, and Filling Memorial Home of Mercy, Napoleon, Ohio, founded in 1959. Both organizations served persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Northwest Ohio and shared a common heritage. In 2015, Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio (LSS), Toledo, Ohio, also joined LMM. LSS had a 100+ year history and provided mental health counseling, medically assisted addiction recovery and emergency food pantry services.  More information is available at http://www.lutheranministriesofmercy.org/

While the identities of the three legacy organizations are maintained, they operate under one Board of Directors and a President/CEO who is responsible for all aspects of the operation. LMM is a member of Lutheran Services in America, Affiliated by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Recognized by the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod.

LEADERSHIP NEEDED FROM THE PRESIDENT OF LMM

The President manages a paid staff of 900, 15% represented by a labor union, and a budget of $35 million. In addition to two campuses and group homes for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the President oversees diverse social service programs throughout Northwest Ohio. LMM is proud of its Lutheran heritage and its faith-based conviction to serve on the basis of need, without distinction as to faith, gender, race or national origin.

LMM is seeking a leader who can build creatively upon its heritage and history of service in order to continue successfully serving persons in need.

INTERESTED APPLICANTS

In addition to a biographical resume, please respond, in 100-300 words, to each of the following three questions:

  • What are the defining realities for which LMM needs to prepare?
  • What are the distinctive strengths you believe LMM has to offer?
  • What gifts, abilities and experience commend you for this position?

Applicants invited for interview must have 3 references available for contact. They will not be contacted without prior permission from the applicant. Background checks and drug testing will be required of the finalist.

APPLICATION

Send biographical resume and responses to questions by email to LMMPresSearch@sbcglobal.net

Applications must be received by January 31, 2017.

Post date: January 5, 2017
Senior I/DD & Medicaid Policy Professional - New York City, New York, Washington, DC, or Remote

Marwood Group
New York City, NY

The Marwood Group is a healthcare consulting and advisory firm that specializes in providing strategic healthcare consulting and advisory services to institutional investors and healthcare companies. Marwood is seeking an individual with a strong background in state I/DD programs and Medicaid policy to work within its Advisory Group. 

The individual will be responsible for working and interacting with the firm’s consultants and clients to provide insight, knowledge and expertise on state and federal rules surrounding state I/DD programs and Medicaid policy. The candidate must have knowledge and a network spanning multiple state programs. This is a senior position within the firm’s Medicaid practice and the candidate must possess 10+ years of experience in state I/DD programs and Medicaid policy.

Candidate will be expected to call upon stakeholders and other experts from within their network as part of research and diligence efforts on behalf of clients. Additionally, a strong background in CMS rules and regulations concerning HCBS programs is required. Candidate will also be expected to participate in clients meetings and healthcare industry events/conferences.

Candidates should also possess the following:

  • Ability to conduct independent research and communicate with clients
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills
  • Well-developed analytical skills
  • A willingness to meet new challenges with enthusiasm
  • Ability to meet deadlines in fast paced environment

The position could be located in Marwood’s New York or Washington D.C. office, or could telecommute from another location. Salary is commensurate with experience plus benefits and annual bonus.

Interested candidates should submit their resumes to akohler@marwoodgroup.com with the subject title "Senior I/DD & Medicaid Policy Professional."

Post date: January 4, 2017
Associate Executive Director - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Keystone Human Services
Harrisburg, PA

Keystone Human Services has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Executive Director to work out of our Harrisburg, PA office.

Reporting to the Executive Director, this position is responsible to oversee Intellectual Disabilities (ID) Services of Keystone Human Services (KHS) operating in Central and North Central Pennsylvania. The Associate Executive Director provides strong leadership in areas including planning, budgeting, new business development and quality assurance and improvement. The position assures operations and services are compatible with and in support of the vision, mission, strategic initiatives and policies of Keystone Human Services.

A Bachelor’s degree in human services, business or related field; Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of 10 years’ experience in human services including 5 years of executive/senior level experience. Supervisory and demonstrated management skills required. Must have proven interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Ability to successfully work in a diverse workforce utilizing the talents and abilities of all employees to effectively build and direct a results-driven team.

Must have a valid driver’s license and daily access to a privately maintained vehicle.

For consideration, please apply using the link below.

www.KeystoneEmployment.com

Job Req #: 4671BR

Post date: January 4, 2017
Associate Executive Director - Wilkes Barre, Lehigh, Downingtown, or Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Keystone Human Services
Harrisburg, PA

Keystone Human Services has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Executive Director. This position can be based out of any of the following Pennsylvania office locations – Wilkes Barre, PA, Lehigh, PA, Downingtown, PA or Lancaster, PA.

Reporting to the Executive Director, this position is responsible to oversee Intellectual Disabilities (ID) Services of Keystone Human Services (KHS) operating in Northeast and Southeast Pennsylvania. The Associate Executive Director provides strong leadership in areas including planning, budgeting, new business development and quality assurance and improvement.  The position assures operations and services are compatible with and in support of the vision, mission, strategic initiatives and policies of Keystone Human Services.

A Bachelor’s degree in human services, business or related field; Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of 10 years’ experience in human services including 5 years of executive/senior level experience. Supervisory and demonstrated management skills required. Must have proven interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Ability to successfully work in a diverse workforce utilizing the talents and abilities of all employees to effectively build and direct a results-driven team.

Must have a valid driver’s license and daily access to a privately maintained vehicle.

For consideration, please apply using the link below.

www.KeystoneEmployment.com

Job Req is based on location –

Wilkes Barre, PA – 4672BR
Lehigh, PA – 4673BR
Downingtown, PA – 4675BR
Lancaster, PA – 4676BR

Post date: January 4, 2017
Regional Director - Wilkes Barre, Downingtown, and Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Keystone Human Services
Harrisburg, PA

Keystone Human Services has several exciting opportunities for a Regional Director. We have openings in the following Pennsylvania office locations – Wilkes Barre, PA, Downingtown, PA and Chambersburg, PA.

Reporting to the Associate Executive Director, this position is responsible to oversee operations for assigned regional office. The Regional Director provides strong leadership in areas including planning, budgeting, new business development and quality assurance and improvement. The position assures operations and services are compatible with and in support of the vision, mission, strategic initiatives and policies of Keystone Human Services.

A Bachelor’s degree in human services, business or related field; Master’s degree preferred. A minimum of 7 years’ experience in human services including 5 years of executive/senior level experience. Supervisory and demonstrated management skills required. Must have proven interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Ability to successfully work in a diverse workforce utilizing the talents and abilities of all employees to effectively build and direct a results-driven team.

Must have a valid driver’s license and daily access to a privately maintained vehicle.

For consideration, please apply using the link below. 

www.KeystoneEmployment.com

Job Req is based on location –

Wilkes Barre, PA – 4668BR
Downingtown, PA – 4667BR
Chambersburg, PA – 4670BR

Post date: December 22, 2016
President & CEO - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Children's Institute
Pittsburgh, PA

Established in 1902 and located in Pittsburgh, PA, The Children's Institute (CI) has a long-standing reputation for improving the quality of life for children and their families by providing a specialized continuum of services that enables them to reach their potential. In 2015, CI served 8,400 children in seven locations through innovative programs in healthcare, education, foster care, family support, and social services that ensure the health and well-being of vulnerable and special needs children.

The President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will be only the 5th President in the legacy leadership of The Children’s Institute and will report to an engaged Board of Directors (23 members). With a strong financial foundation and a dedicated staff of 600 employees, the new CEO will carry out strategies for revenue generation, marketing, regional partnerships, and advocacy. The CEO will embrace CI’s heritage of assessing community needs specific to children and families and adapting programs and services to meet those needs. S/he is expected to be a highly visible leader in the community promoting the inclusion of CI in the regional healthcare, education, and health and human services dialogue. 

For a more detailed description of the CEO position, expectations, application process and deadline, go to: https://jobs.nonprofittalent.com/job/president-and-chief-executive-officer-2/

Post date: December 19, 2016
Program Director-Residential Services - Canal Fulton, OH

Echoing Hills Village, Inc.
Canal Fulton, Ohio

Echoing Hills Village, Inc., a Christian Ministry dedicated to serving individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, with over 40 locations throughout the state of Ohio, is currently seeking a full time Program Director in the Stark and Summit County Ohio region.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, directing and leading the residential services teams in the ICF/IID residential center and group homes along with homemaker/personal care services in waiver homes to meet the physical, social educational and spiritual needs of the individuals served. This position is also responsible for supervision of QIDPs, Waiver Home Coordinators, and professional ancillary staff. Other duties include ensuring person centered care and active treatment is provided in residential and home settings, conducting quality assurance reviews, chairing Human Rights and Behavior Supports Committee, providing leadership to the program department of 100 plus professional/para-professional staff, and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.

Position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services, Rehabilitation, Nursing or Human Services related field and at least 5 years’ experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Prior management experience required. CPR and Certification in First Aide will be required prior to or within 60 days of hire. Basic computer skills and competency with Microsoft Office Products such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint required. Position also requires a demonstrated Christian background and a demonstrated ability to fulfill the mission and purpose of the Ministry.

Interested candidates should send cover letter with salary history and requirements by January 13, 2017 to

Echoing Ridge Residential Center
Attn: Regional Director Residential Services
643 Beverly Avenue
Canal Fulton, Ohio 44614

Or

Email: Keith Poynter, Regional Director of Residential Services
kpoynter@ehvi.org

Echoing Hills Village, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Post date: December 8, 2016
Executive Director - Elmira, New York

The Arc of Chemung
Elmira, NY

The Arc of Chemung is an established and well-respected nonprofit that supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The Arc of Chemung is seeking an experienced Executive Director who can build on our successful track record and who shares our values, including a commitment to a person-centered culture.

THE ORGANIZATION

The Arc of Chemung was founded by family members in 1953 as a nonprofit committed to meeting the needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families in Chemung County in Central New York. The agency provides quality supports for individual growth by providing opportunities for increased independence and participation in the community.  We support more than 800 individuals annually, with an operating budget of $24 million, consisting primarily of government funding sources.

We achieve growth for individuals through four types of supports: family, residential, vocational, and developmental health.

Family supports are delivered to more than 400 individuals in the community as well as certified settings. Family supports consist of community skills training toward greater independence, socialization/recreation, service coordination, and respite.

Residential supports are delivered to more than 125 individuals in 22 community settings, including supportive/supervised apartments, individual residential alternatives, and intermediate care facilities.  Some limited overnight respite is also provided.

Vocational supports to more than 175 individuals are geared toward competitive employment, and include job coaching and job placement support that is custom designed for each person.

Developmental health supports include social work, psychology, psychiatry, occupational and physical therapy, nutrition counseling, and evaluation. All are designed to enhance the independence and community inclusion of the more than 400 people we support in this area.

The Arc of Chemung is a chapter of NYSARC, Inc. and is nationally accredited by The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL). As a nationally accredited leader in the field, we are guided by our passion for excellence and our vision of the future. We achieve high standards of performance with our high quality staff, innovative methods, and collaborative efforts. The Arc of Chemung has a staff of more than 475. The Executive Director is supported by an eight person senior leadership team, which includes an Associate Executive Director, HR Director, Public Relations Director, Residential Services Director, Family Support Services Director, Developmental Health Services Director, Quality Enhancement Director, and Finance Director.

The Executive Director reports to our 13-person Board of Directors, which is made up of representatives from the community and local businesses. At least one third of our board includes family members of people supported by our programs and/or self-advocates. Our current Executive Director is retiring after 35 years of service.

For more information, visit The Arc of Chemung’s website at: www.arcofchemung.org

THE POSITION

The Executive Director works in partnership with the Board to set the strategic vision of the organization and translates that vision into actions to advance the organization’s mission and impact. He/she will bring a passion for providing outstanding services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and will work with their families, state and county government agencies, philanthropic institutions, community partners and other stakeholders to provide high quality person centered care.

LEADERSHIP OUTLOOK AND NEAR-TERM PRIORITIES

  • Provide strategic leadership related to the implementation and evaluation of supports in a changing environment, including but not limited to the potential transition to managed care from fee for service
  • Stay current on changes in the field including programmatic, regulatory and technological changes.
  • Continue to broaden leadership and bench strength for leadership and management positions.
  • Work with members of the leadership team to continue to attract and retain high quality direct service providers in an increasingly competitive job market.
  • Increase flexibility of our benefits package to respond to staff needs.
  • Develop a case statement for private fundraising and strategies for reducing reliance on government funding and play an active role in the implementation of these strategies.
  • Provide strategic leadership to address the financial and programmatic impacts around the closing of the work center, and the expansion of community employment.
  • Raise the profile of the organization in the community by implementing a brand awareness campaign.
  • Oversee new contract for START (Systemic Therapeutic Assessment Resources and Treatment) program, a new 17-county pilot program that provides community-based crisis response and prevention services.
  • Explore collaborative opportunities for program delivery, staffing and managed care.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

The Executive Director provides strategic leadership both internally and externally, and continually seeks opportunities to increase The Arc of Chemung’s impact. Primary responsibilities include:

  • Ensure that the organizational culture is one that is progressive, warm and welcoming to the community we serve.
  • Provide leadership to the senior leadership team to foster professional development, establish expectations, and continue to provide outstanding programs and services from staff throughout the organization.
  • Provide strategic fiscal leadership that supports current programs, services, and staff, and strengthens the financial health of the organization by diversifying funding sources.
  • Assess progress toward strategic priorities and lead organization through strategic planning process every three years.
  • Develop relationships with individuals and families served by The Arc of Chemung.
  • Assess existing partnerships and relationships and cultivate and grow relationships with key external stakeholders.
  • Play a leadership role in the Finger Lakes Collaborative.
  • Play an active role in NYSARC and the Executive Directors Association.
  • Identify and implement collaborative programs with other organizations serving persons with intellectual and development disabilities.
  • Ensure that the organization is in compliance with all contractual and funding requirements.
  • Support the Board of Directors in its governance role and foster its ongoing development and capacity building.

EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES

Ideal candidates for this position will share The Arc of Chemung’s vision and values, including the commitment to person-centered care. Other desired experience includes:

  • Demonstrated commitment to The Arc of Chemung’s mission, vision, values, and the people we serve.
  • Eight years of senior leadership experience, with at least 5 years of progressively responsible experience for an entity serving persons with intellectual and other developmental disabilities or related field.
  • Demonstrated business and financial management skills.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Strong fundraising track record, with an emphasis on experience with government grants, and a capacity to initiate and implement private fundraising campaigns and diversify funding sources.
  • An inclusive leadership and management style that encourages staff in ways that motivates them to perform at their best and provides opportunities for professional advancement.
  • Experience helping organizations develop and implement creative strategies that lead to increased capacity and outcomes.
  • Track record of successful collaboration (with a preference for regional experience).
  • Experience with managed care preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in relevant field preferred.

Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

APPLICATION PROCESS

To apply, e-mail resume, detailed cover letter, and salary requirements to: ArcChemung@raffa.com. For other inquiries contact Ginna Goodenow, Senior Search Associate, at ggoodenow@raffa.com.  Resume reviews begin immediately.

The Arc of Chemung County is an equal opportunity employer.

Post date: November 21, 2016
Director of Finance - Exton, Pennsylvania

Chimes Maryland
Exton, PA

General Summary:

This position serves as a member of the senior leadership team of Chimes International Ltd/Holcomb Behavioral Health, and leads the day-to-day financial operations and reporting of the organization, as well as provides financial leadership and recommendations to other senior leadership team in improving program quality and financial performance.

Primary Functions:

  1. Directs the day to day operations of the finance department, including but not limited to Accounts Receivable and Grant Accounting.
  2. Directs the implementation, configuration, improvement and effective use of the Electronic Health Record System - particularly on revenue cycle management and revenue reporting.
  3. Oversees monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports in accordance with GAAP, and other financial reporting as required by funders.
  4. Serves with Controller to provide external auditor(s) all financial audits and ensure all financial records and schedules are well organized, reconciled and readily available for examination.
  5. Establishes and improves systems, procedures, and processes to ensure efficiency in financial operations and sound internal control.
  6. Manages and safeguards company assets by managing and evaluating vendor contracts, closely monitoring all expenditures and transitions to ensure purchasing, travel and entertainment polices are followed.
  7. Establishes billing, collection and reconciliation processes using best practices. Reviews performance metrics to ensure timely collection of all outstanding accounts.
  8. Develops annual financial budget based on projected funding, in collaboration with department and program directors.

Provides in depth financial analysis and recommendations to department and program directors on department/program financial performance.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or business administration
  • Management experience with Healthcare billing and collections
  • 5 years in progressive financial leadership capacity
  • Experience with Electronic Health Records and Billing systems
  • Extensive technical abilities with Excel and Reporting systems
  • MBA and/or CPA

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