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Post date: November 5, 2019
Senior Director (Southern California Market) – Dungarvin

Senior Director (Southern California Market)
Gardena, CA

Company Description

A LITTLE ABOUT US:
Dungarvin is a national organization of privately owned companies that provide high quality, community-based supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, people who are faced with mental health, behavioral or significant medical challenges, and to children and their families. Because each individual we support is unique, we strive to provide services that are tailored to each person's own hopes, dreams, goals and needs. Under the support of Medicaid and Community Support Waivers Dungarvin is proud to create custom solutions to each person served.

Job Description

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:          

This position is responsible for overall administration and growth of services- setting strategic operations, marketing and fiscal direction, expansion of existing services and development of new lines of business, evaluation of programs and services to assure high quality services to meet the needs of our stakeholders, and assures compliance with all applicable rules, standards and laws. The state director serves as the primary representative of Dungarvin and liaison between senior administrative staff and funding and oversight authorities and is responsible to nurture and develop relationships with potential and existing business partners including local, state, and Federal legislative and department representatives, advocacy groups, trade associations, and other stakeholders as warranted.

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  • Oversees the operations of the Southern California Market and manages combined revenues of $7-8 million or more. 
  • Responsible for financial performance of the Southern California Market; work in conjunction with the Regional Director to implement strategies to maximize revenue, attain operational efficiency and drive profitability
  • Provides leadership and develops strategy for maximizing growth within market; implement business plans and marketing goals to grow census, improve occupancy and utilization in core services. Continually assess the different revenue streams/programing and service offerings in your market to determine and cultivate new business opportunities both in current and potential business segments. Respond to proposal (RFP) requests in a timely fashion; that align with The Dungarvin mission.
  • Work with Senior Leadership, NCO and your Regional Director to develops and implement public strategy plans for market, and enhance state and federal level relations. While maintaining and foster relations with consumers, families, and guardians; to maintain reputation. Oversee implementation of consumer satisfaction surveys; and develops enhancement plans.
  • Oversees development and implements state quality enhancement strategy and drives quality initiatives, coordinating Dungarvin standards and licensing requirements, and consideration for individual consumer’s needs.
  • Implements public strategy plan for state or assigned business units; maintains and enhances state level relations with legislative and administrative officials, advocates, and trade associations; joins and takes a leadership role with state trade associations; and assists lobbyists or outside contractors.
  • Oversees state strategy and implementation of health and safety programs including consumer and employee protection, and directs medical and nursing services and supports.
  • Implements state strategy to maintain compliance with Dungarvin and regulatory standards for clean, neat, safe living and working environments; and assures pleasant, age-appropriate, well-decorated home-like residential living environments.
  • Provides leadership to state support teams; develops strategy for implementation of best employee practices; oversees safety strategy; recruits and retains top talent; develops state and regional leadership teams; establishes employee orientation and training programs; and work with HR teams to implement employment practices including hiring, termination and discipline.
  • Develops strategy to maintain compliance with national and state regulatory standards for clean, neat and safe environments. Provides direction for timely and accurate documentation; oversees implementation of Dungarvin compliance plan; reviews licensing orders; and implements proactive strategies to meet or exceed compliance.
  • Provides coaching and leadership, to all levels of staff to ensure that the spirit of the Dungarvins mission is understood and taught to all levels of staff of the company. Insure the mission is known, understood and implemented at all levels; including through directives, policies and other communications both informal and formal.

Qualifications

REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor's degree in human services field (Psychology, Counseling, Allied Health, Educational Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, etc.) 
  • Minimum of 7-8 years human services industry experience, specific to Developmentally Disabled populations.
  • Experience managing the following settings: Adult Residential Facilities, Adult Day Programs, Community Crisis Homes- ARF, and Enhanced Behavioral Support Homes- ARF. Prefer candidate with experience in both licensed and non-licensed facilities.
  • 5 years of progressive senior level management experience, preferably in a human services or health organization.
  • Must have financial management skills and budget experience in excess of 5 Million dollars as well as be personally accountable for the P&L.  
  • Prior experience partnering with CA regional centers required. Preference being Harbor Regional Center and Westside Regional Center.
  • Knowledgeable and adaptable to new software technologies; as well being intermediate level user on basic software’s like: Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint.

NICE TO HAVE:

  • Master’s Degree.
  • Prior experience and knowledge working with IHO waiver, DD waiver, IDD waiver, HCBS waiver, Medicaid waivers. Prior experience working Title 22, Title 17 and ARFPSHN a plus.

Additional Information

SKILLS CRUCIAL TO SUCCESS IN THIS ROLE:

  • It is crucial to have substantial working knowledge of Mental Health, Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, Acute Behavioral Challenges, Significant Medical Challenges, Traumatic/Acquired Brain Injuries and Neurocognitive disorders.
  • You need to have the ability to connect and build a rapport with a magnitude of personalities, work styles, diverse background both internally and externally while being relate-able and exhibiting excellent communication and professionalism.
  • You should have excellent organization and project management skills as well as have a high degree of attention to detail and accuracy as you will be juggling multiple priorities while focusing on staff, service and program quality.
  • You need to think critically and make sound judgments- recognize connections, translates goals into action, uses strong judgment to make choices in alignment with strategy and company culture/values.
  • You must be a problem solver, strive to deliver great results with continuous improvement; and be comfortable with bringing new ideas and concepts to the table. While showcasing flexibility and adaptability; in an ever changing or fast paced environment.
  • Strong knowledge of the State and federal laws and regulations; is pertinent to the success of the market as well as the Sr. Director.

HOURS WORKED

  • 40 hours per week. 
  • Monday- Friday 8:30AM- 5:00PM (FLEX) however should anticipate evening, weekend hours and overnight stays; to meet the needs of subordinates, customers, and external entities, and to achieve organizational outcomes.
  • Candidate should anticipate extensive travel in-between Long Beach, Signal Hill, Greater LA and Norwalk area.

REPORTS TO:

  • Regional Director

APPLY HERE

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Post date: October 30, 2019
Chief Executive Office – Step By Step, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Wilkes-Barre, PA

Step By Step, Inc. is a community service provider operating in 15 counties throughout Pennsylvania for over 40 years, specializing in support services to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, behavioral health and autism spectrum disorders.  The Agency has a long, successful history of providing residential in-home support, specialized Autism classrooms, vocational and employment services.  We are seeking a highly-talented executive for the role of President/CEO to lead our team of 1,300 dedicated professionals. 

The President/CEO is directly accountable to the Board of Directors and duly-elected officers.  Position responsibilities include:

  • Overall administrative and leadership responsibilities, including program planning/development.
  • Serves as liaison with public and private agencies. 
  • Ensures active strategic planning that supports the mission of the Agency and promotes growth, stability and a culture of responsibility and leadership. 
  • Provides leadership and direction to the executive management team to ensure fiscal accountability, human resource administration and compliance with organizational policies and procedures. 
  • Works with the executive team to ensure compliance with all federal and state regulatory bodies that oversee licensing of Agency programs.
  • Develops, maintains, and supports a passionate Board of Directors; serves as ex-officio of each committee, seeks and builds Board involvement with strategic direction for ongoing operations.
  • Cultivates and maintains relationships with contracting entities, donors, foundations and other stakeholders that support the organization. 
  • Actively participates in state and national association meetings and conferences.
  • Extensive travel throughout the Agency’s geographical territory and occasional evenings and weekends.

The successful candidate will have the following qualifications/traits:

  • Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in the field of public administration, business education, social services or human services.
  • Progressively responsible experience in human services, including experience in personnel management, budgeting and procurement.
  • Substantial and successful experience in senior management within an organization similar in size, scope, and scale of impact.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to effectively partner with individuals and organizations.
  • Knowledge of the current delivery system in PA for ID and behavioral health services and the impact public policy will have on future program development.
  • A sense of entrepreneurial opportunism with the ability to adapt to changing conditions.
  • Commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation.

This position includes a competitive compensation package.  Qualified candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter with specific points of interest in the position and salary requirements to:

Step By Step, Inc.     
Cross Valley Commons
744 Kidder Street 
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 
Attn: Search Committee
Post date: October 28, 2019
President & Chief Executive Officer – Easterseals Crossroads

President & Chief Executive Officer
Indianapolis, IN

Nationally recognized, award winning nonprofit with eighty-year history seeking a dynamic, seasoned senior executive to lead our $16 million, 200 staff organization as we provide a full continuum of assistance to over 7,200 children and adults with disabilities and special needs annually. No residential or 24x7 services.

The Board seeks an outgoing, community-oriented candidate who possesses strong leadership, interpersonal, organizational, and business skills. Experience with disability services, visioning, fundraising, government funding (fee for service, competitive bidding and performance-based contracting), nonprofit collaborations and mergers, social enterprise, and P & L responsibility. 10 + years of senior-level management experience, prefer at least 5 years in a position relevant to the work of Easterseals Crossroads. Prefer established relationships with area government, business, healthcare, and philanthropy.

Requires Bachelor’s in relevant field; Masters or MBA preferred, substantial experience can be substituted. Competitive Salary and Benefits. To learn more about Easterseals Crossroads, please go to: https://www.eastersealscrossroads.org/ FMI and to apply, please go to:https://charitableadvisors.hirecentric.com/jobs/169101.html

Interested and qualified candidates are invited to contact Brooke Tichenor, Nonprofit Recruiter at [email protected] or Bryan Orander at [email protected].

Post date: October 23, 2019
Chief Executive Officer – Richcroft, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Hunt Valley, MD

The Board of Directors of Richcroft, Inc. is seeking a strong and capable Chief Executive Officer to replace the current CEO who is retiring after thirty years of service in that position. The selected candidate for the CEO position will be an outstanding leader with professional experience and a personal commitment to enabling and supporting individuals with intellectual and other disabilities to enjoy full and productive lives and will position the organization to meet future challenges.

Richcroft, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(C) (3) organization with headquarters in Hunt Valley, Maryland. The mission of Richcroft is to create opportunities for people with intellectual and other disabilities to make choices that assist them in living full and productive lives. Richcroft, Inc. provides: Residential Services for 160 adults in 55 homes in Harford, Carroll, Baltimore and Howard Counties; Personal Support Services for 83 adults and children living with their families and 7 adults living in their own homes; Individual Support Services to four adults; and, Respite Services for an average of 50 families yearly.

Richcroft has an annual operating budget of $19 million. Its services are licensed by the Developmental Disabilities Administration of DHMH. Richcroft employs a competent and caring staff of approximately 475 individuals the majority of whom are direct support staff.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the overall management of the organization and its program operations. The CEO develops the annual operating budget for Board approval and assures that the programs and services comply with internal policies as well as local, state, and federal regulations. The CEO leads and supervises a 13-member senior leadership team. Other key duties include creating and overseeing a Development Program and maintaining positive and effective relationships with stakeholders and others that help advance the Richcroft mission.

Applicants for the CEO position must have outstanding and proven leadership qualities, excellent team leadership skills, a collaborative and open communication style and the ability to adapt and respond effectively to change. A strong work ethic, a good sense of humor, compassion, and an honest dedication to the mission of Richcroft and the people it serves are essential.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree or higher in a related field is preferred.

Minimum of fifteen (15) years’ relevant experience at least seven (7) of which was in a senior management or executive capacity.

Compensation

Richcroft is offering a competitive salary commensurate with experience and an excellent fringe benefit package.

To Apply

Interested candidates should e-mail their resume, along with a cover letter that describes their interest in the position, how their qualifications align with the position requirements and their salary and compensation expectations.

Candidates should direct these materials to the Search Consultant’s business e-mail address: [email protected]. (Do not direct these to the Richcroft office.)  

Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to visit the Search Consultant’s website at www.lakespringassociates.com to see the full Position Profile.

All candidates are assured that their interest in the position will be held in strictest confidence until such time as a mutual interest is established and necessary consent is received. Review of applicants begins immediately.

Richcroft is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Post date: October 21, 2019
Executive Director – Area Residential Care

Executive Director
Dubuque, IA

Executive Director

Leader. Strategic. Visionary. Innovator. Passionate.

If this describes you, read on for an opportunity to take the next step in your career!

Area Residential Care has served adults with intellectual disabilities for over fifty years. We are seeking an Executive Director to lead the agency as we continue to provide the multitude of services necessary to meet the needs of our constituents in innovative, person-centered ways. Compassion, leadership and belief in the mission of the agency are essential characteristics of the right person for this position.

What you will do:

Administrative

  • Develop high quality programs and services for individuals with disabilities.
  • Lead and develop agency staff to ensure the highest quality of service.
  • Oversee the acquisition and maintenance of facilities and equipment.

Financial

  • Develop and maintain relationships to ensure adequate program funding.
  • Develop and monitor agency budgets.

Advocacy

  • Participate in and influence matters relating to legislation and standards.
  • Promote community understanding of support of individuals with disabilities.

What you bring:

Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s preferred.

A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience required.

Must be able to demonstrate progressive leadership experience.

Why Area Residential Care?We are a private non-profit organization dedicated to empowering people with intellectual disabilities and supporting them to achieve their highest quality of life. We offer a range of benefits including health and dental insurance, life insurance, retirement savings plans, vision coverage, and paid time off. Area Residential Care serves approximately 185 persons with disabilities on an annual basis with a budget of $8,100,000. We have been continuously CARF accredited since 1999 and employ approximately 200 staff.

Dubuque, Iowa is a community of approximately 60,000 residents with a small-town heart. Located on the Mississippi River where Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois meet, Dubuque is a regional recreational and commercial hub for the surrounding area and serves as a regional medical center with two large hospitals and various medical facilities. It is home to three private universities, a community college, and several seminaries. Dubuque is a choice location for national and international leading companies such as Flexsteel Industries, A.Y. McDonald, Rite-Hite, and John Deere Dubuque Works.

For consideration submit a letter of application, current resume, and 3-5 professional references to:[email protected], or mail to Area Residential Care, ATTN: Human Resources Director, 3355 Kennedy Circle, Dubuque, IA 52002.

Area Residential Care provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Post date: October 21, 2019
Business Development Director – The MENTOR Network

Business Development Director
Boston, MA

At The MENTOR Network, we believe that everyone is capable of reaching new heights and thriving in the community. Our services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) focus on personal choice while recognizing the specialized, and often complex, needs of the individuals we serve. 

We are seeking a Business Development Director to help us in our mission of offering quality of life enhancing services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in communities across the country. Your work will consist of helping identify new opportunities to fulfill our mission by connecting with agencies potentially interested in joining our organization and whose commitment to quality supports and services mirrors The Network’s.

This is an opportunity to join a dynamic and growing organization in a role where you will have the opportunity to interact regularly with industry leaders internally and externally.

To learn more, please contact Nate Lewis at [email protected]

Post date: October 21, 2019
Regional Director – Dungarvin

Regional Director (Colonial Reigion)
Raleigh/Garner, NC, Wilmington, NC; Rocky Hill, CT; or Somerset, NJ

Company Description

A LITTLE ABOUT US:
Dungarvin is a national organization of privately owned companies that provide high quality, community-based supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, people who are faced with mental health, behavioral or significant medical challenges, and to children and their families. Because each individual we support is unique, we strive to provide services that are tailored to each person's own hopes, dreams, goals and needs. Under the support of Medicaid and Community Support Waivers Dungarvin is proud to create custom solutions to each person served.

FUN FACT:

In March 1976 our founders Tim and Diane Madden decided to start a business that would provide community housing for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Through diligent research and planning Tim and Diane officially opened their first 15-person residential program in St. Paul, Minnesota, a mere 4 months later. For the next 3 years Tim and Diane lived as "houseparents" on the ground level of that home; on a mattress on the floor! Through the success of that program Dungarvin has grown to employ approximately 4,000 people who currently provide supports to over 4,712 individuals across 14 states with their continued leadership.

Job Description

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY:          

The regional director is responsible for the implementation of the mission of Dungarvin in the assigned region, and to ensure the services provided to persons with developmental disabilities are of the highest possible quality and also meet the fiscal expectations.  As a member of the senior management team is also responsible to meet organizational goals and fiscal expectations.

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  • Oversees the operations of the Colonial Region (Connecticut, New Carolina and New Jersey) and manages combined revenues of $40 million or more. 
  • Work with owners and upper level management to represent the Colonial Region for setting and implementing national and region-specific goals. Furthermore, reviewing licensing surveys, incidents, investigations, quality assurance, and staff performance to set improvement goals.
  • Responsible for financial performance of the region; implement strategies to maximize revenue, attain operational efficiency and drive profitability; working in conjunction with owners, senior management teams, and National Central Office (NCO).
  • Provides leadership and develops strategy for maximizing growth within region; implements business plans and marketing goals to grow census, improve occupancy and utilization in core services. Continually assess the different markets in your region to determine and cultivate new business opportunities both in current and potential business segments. Respond to proposal (RFP) requests in a timely fashion; as well as identify potential acquisitions that align with The Dungarvin mission.
  • Develops and implement public strategy plans for region, state or business segment and enhance state and federal level relations. While maintaining and foster relations with consumers, families, and guardians; to maintain reputation. Oversee implementation of consumer satisfaction surveys; and develops enhancement plans.
  • Oversees development and implements quality enhancement strategy and drives quality initiatives, coordinating Dungarvin standards and licensing requirements.
  • Provides leadership and oversees region implementation of incident management protocol; ensures timely incident reporting; reviews trends, develops and implements proactive and corrective response; and while overseeing the investigation process.
  • Working in partnership with the senior management teams and the National Central Office (NCO) HR Manager establish and implement personnel policies, operational procedures, and policy dissemination and training. The Regional Director should assure that all policies and understood at the direct care level and conducting annual reviews to policies to assure we are current.
  • Provides leadership including supervision of State Directors and state support teams; develops strategy for implementation of best employee practices; oversees safety strategy; recruits and retains top talent; develops state and regional leadership teams; establishes employee orientation and training programs; and work with HR teams to implement employment practices including hiring, termination and discipline.
  • Periodically evaluate organizational configuration to ensure that the structure remains viable, in order to accomplish the desired quality of services and fiscal outcomes of the organization and recommend changes to the CEO.
  • Develops strategy to maintain compliance with national and state regulatory standards for clean, neat and safe environments. Provides direction for timely and accurate documentation; oversees implementation of Dungarvin compliance plan; reviews licensing orders; and implements proactive strategies to meet or exceed compliance.
  • Provides coaching and leadership, to all levels of staff including supervisions of State Directors to ensure that the spirit of the Dungarvins mission is understood and taught to all levels of staff of the company. Insure the mission is known, understood and implemented at all levels; including through directives, policies and other communications both informal and formal.

Qualifications

REQUIRED:

  • Bachelor's degree in human services field (Psychology, Counseling, Allied Health, Educational Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, etc.) 
  • Minimum of 7-8 years human services industry experience, specific to Developmentally Disabled populations.
  • 4 years of progressive senior level management experience, preferably in a human services or health organization.
  • Must have financial management skills and budget experience in excess of 30 Million dollars as well as be personally accountable for the P&L.  
  • Prior experience and knowledge working with ID, DD, IDD, ASL or Medicaid Waivers. Prior experience working with North Carolina Innovations Waiver. Community Option Programs (COP), Community Integration Programs (CIP) waivers a plus.
  • Knowledgeable and adaptable to new software technologies; as well being intermediate level user on basic software’s like: Excel, Word, Outlook and Powerpoint.

NICE TO HAVE:

  • Master’s Degree.
  • Knowledge and experience with all service programs. This includes: Community Residential Services, 24-hour Services, In-Home Services, Respite Services, Host Home Services, Day Programs, Foster Care Services and Community Based Services.

Additional Information:

SKILLS CRUCIAL TO SUCCESS IN THIS ROLE:

  • It is crucial to have substantial working knowledge of Mental Health, Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, Acute Behavioral Challenges, Significant Medical Challenges, Traumatic/Acquired Brain Injuries and Neurocognitive disorders.
  • You must have the ability to be tactful and diplomatic. You need to have the ability to connect and build a rapport with a magnitude of personalities, work styles, diverse background both internally and externally while being relate-able and exhibiting excellent communication.
  • You should have excellent organization and project management skills as well as have a high degree of attention to detail and accuracy as you will be juggling multiple priorities while focusing on staff, service and program quality.
  • You need to think critically and make sound judgments- recognize connections, translates goals into action, uses strong judgment to make choices in alignment with strategy and company culture/values.
  • You must be a problem solver, strive to deliver great results with continuous improvement; and be comfortable with bringing new ideas and concepts to the table. While showcasing flexibility and adaptability; in an ever changing or fast paced environment.
  • Strong knowledge of the State and federal laws and regulations; is pertinent to the success of the region as well as the Regional Director.

HOURS WORKED

  • 40 hours per week. 
  • Monday- Friday 8:30AM- 5:00PM (FLEX) however may require some evening and weekend hours.
  • Candidate should anticipate extensive travel in-between North Carolina, New Jersey and Connecticut.

To apply, please send a current resume and letter of introduction to Samantha Krumme at https://www.dungarvincareers.com/.

Post date: September 20, 2019
Membership Support Assistant – ANCOR

Membership Support Assistant
Alexandria, VA

The American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) is looking for a dynamic and energetic individual to work full-time as our Membership Support Assistant. This position offers an opportunity to work and grow as a dynamic association professional alongside a dedicated team of 15 staff based in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, VA.

ANCOR is a vibrant national nonprofit trade association that represents more than 1,600 providers of services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. For nearly 50 years, ANCOR has been a leading advocate for these community providers at the Federal level.

The Membership Support Assistant will report to the Chief Operations Officer (COO) and will be an integral part of both our Membership and our Administration teams. Since this role will support both internal staff and external members and non-members, attention to detail and friendly communication skills are essential to this role.

In addition to these communication skills, knowledge of or willingness to learn Association Membership operations, Office Administration duties, and/or skill with Association Management Software (netFORUM), would make for an ideal candidate.

Duties of ANCOR's Membership Support Assistant will include:

  • Supporting members and potential members by assisting with event registrations, membership applications and renewals.
  • Coordinating the membership renewal process.
  • Managing the member database and maintaining member records.
  • Providing administrative and office management support.
  • Processing mail and packages.
  • Assisting with association events such as Annual Conference and annual Policy Summit.
  • Developing policies and procedures for administrative activities.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Desired Skills/Experience

  • Associate’s degree at minimum; Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Excellent computer skills and proficiency in Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint
  • Familiarity with using databases for data entry and management
  • Research and analytical skills to gather and compile complex data and information
  • Ability to handle confidential data (e.g., budget and salary information, contractual terms and conditions, etc.)
  • Excellent organizational skills with strong attention to detail
  • Strong problem-solving abilities; willingness and eagerness to find creative and cost-effective solutions to operational issues
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels, including anticipating the needs of members and staff, and keeping staff informed of problems and project status
  • Ability to take initiative and be resourceful in maintaining a professional work environment
  • Flexibility and adaptability, including ability to multi-task and work in a busy environment
  • Eagerness to contribute to team effort by providing support on a variety of projects as needed
  • Ability to work independently
  • Results driven

Database Support

  • Support database maintenance by entering new and updated contact and account information.
  • Validate data by reviewing for incomplete data, inaccuracies, purging duplicates, and reporting other deficiencies for appropriate resolution
  • Enter dues, registrations, contributions and sales into database
  • Sen invoices and receipts for receivables.

Finance Support

  • Reconcile database receivables with finance department
  • Assist with printed and electronic file management

Front Office Administration

  • Answer calls to main phone and direct calls as appropriate
  • Ship, receive and sort mail and deliveries
  • Assist in the ordering, receiving, stocking and distribution of office and kitchen supplies, including office printed materials (e.g., brochures, stationery, business cards, etc.)
  • Submit service or maintenance requests as needed (e.g., requests to condo association)
  • Maintain and improve office policies and procedures
  • Orient new staff and interns on office policies and procedures
  • Assist with electronic file management

Communications

  • Assist with preparation of reports and other written assignments, as needed (e.g., board meeting preparations; data gathering for annual reports; etc.)
  • Prepare, mail and maintain records of annual disclosure notices to users of shared purchasing network.
  • Assist proofing and editing documents, as needed
  • Mail merge and mailings, as needed

ANCOR is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. People with disabilities, people of color, immigrants, women and members of the LGBTQ community are especially encouraged to apply because we believe diverse perspectives enhance our work.

Salary Range: $35,000-$45,000. Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of interest to Gabrielle Sedor, COO, at [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. We hope to welcome our new team member prior to November 1, 2019.