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Post date: June 15, 2018
Clinical Director – Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Lancaster, PA

Excentia provides comprehensive services to children and adults with developmental needs, including intellectual disabilities and autism.  Services provide the necessary supports to promote independent living and build rich, engaged, and enviable lives.  Excentia provides early childhood and early intervention, life enrichment, and residential services.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the CEO, the Clinical Director is a key leadership position responsible for the development and implementation of Excentia’s programs and services, clinical operations, training and quality assurance.  The position ensures that Excentia provides the highest quality clinical services aligned with industry best practices and innovations leading to improved clinical outcomes for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism.  The Clinical Director is responsible for leading all of Excentia’s programs and services, leads the development of new programs as well as the expansion of existing programs and services. 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead a team of department leaders assuring that service goals, regulations, and organizational policies are implemented.
  • Ensure all programs and services operate consistently and ethically within the mission and core values of the organization.
  • Provide strong leadership and advanced clinical skills in supervising programs and services.
  • Participate in and lead clinical teams in meeting the ongoing needs of the individual’s Excentia serves. 
  • Provide leadership and expertise in providing a broad array of behavioral interventions designed to improve the quality of life for the individuals Excentia supports. 
  • Assume direct responsibility for the clinical supervision, training and evaluation of program staff.
  • Ensure staff meet all regulatory and accreditation requirements as well as comprehends and complies with best practices, professional standards and internal policies and procedures.
  • Identify resources required to reach clinical and programmatic goals.
  • Develop Excentia’s behavior management policies and procedures.
  • Facilitate inter-departmental collaboration to ensure that all direct service departments are communicating effectively and supporting one another as needed.
  • Provide and encourage opportunities for the professional development of staff and building a healthy organizational culture.
  • Conduct regular visits to all programs and services.
  • Serve as the organization’s Quality Management Committee Chairperson.  Develops, monitors, and reports on the quality management plan.
  • Analyze clinical, financial, utilization and incident data to identify opportunities for improving care and controlling cost.
  • Lead and implement the expansion of programs and services.
  • Evaluate organizational design while adjusting systems and processes as needed in response to changes in licensing, program requirements, and expansion.
  • Represent Excentia externally.
  • Participate in the development of departmental budgets, goals and objectives.  Monitor monthly revenue and expense.
  • Exercise tact, diplomacy, patience and flexibility in working relationships with staff members and employees to provide responsive and optimal support in meeting goals and objectives.
  • Chair quarterly research meetings, leads an active organizational research agenda and develops research policy.  Provides oversight to research projects.
  • Develop relationships with funding agencies.


  • A commitment to the provision of the highest quality of services to individuals and families with intellectual disabilities and autism.
  • Strong leadership and advanced clinical skills.
  • Knowledge of program models for individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism.
  • Adept in working with individuals served, regulatory personnel and funders.
  • Strong background in residential and day programs and services.
  • 5+ years of demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience in working with people with intellectual disabilities and autism.
  • Minimum of a master’s degree in human services or a related field, BCBA credential preferred.

Salary will be commensurate with experience. Excentia offers a comprehensive benefits package and a collaborative work environment focused on supporting their mission, vision and values.

To apply, email resume and cover letter to Dr. George P. Linke, Jr., at

For additional information, contact:

Dr. George P. Linke, Jr.


Linke Resources, LLC


Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)

            Linke Resources is a specialty professional search firm focused on serving behavioral health and other mission-based organizations. For more information, contact Dr. George Linke at

Post date: June 15, 2018
Senior Vice President of Operations - Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha, NE

Mosaic is a faith-based nonprofit organization providing a life of possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities. At Mosaic, we’re serious about service. It’s who we are and what we do.

Mosaic is currently looking for a SVP of Operations to join our executive leadership team in Omaha, NE.


  • Leading and managing a comprehensive range of services and programs delivered across Mosaic's network of agencies.
  • Provides leadership through the supervision, mentoring, and coaching of the vice presidents of operations (VPO's).
  • Supports Operations in the achievement of strategic goals, high quality service delivery and overall compliance with Mosaic standards and multi-state government contracts.
  • Responsible for operations performance, analysis, and as a member of Mosaic Leadership Council informing the Council on matters related to operations in order to promote effective strategies and utilization of resources.
  • Regularly review services being offered to evaluate effectiveness against identified outcomes and Mosaic's strategic direction
  • Partnering with others inside the organization to ensure that systems, processes and people are aligned to achieve the goals of providing high quality, responsive and personalized services to individuals in service.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Business Management Human Services or a related field required. Master's Degree in Business Administration or a related field preferred.
  • Minimum of ten years of previous experience in the field of intellectual/developmental disabilities in a multi-state provider setting, with at least three years in an executive role.
  • Demonstrated leadership at an executive level with proven results of leading a complex, multi-state organization to leverage strengths across the organization.

More about Mosaic:

Apply online:

Contact: Mallory Walter

402-896-3884 x31104

Post date: June 11, 2018
Team Coordinator/Residential Supervisor - Media, Pennsylvania

Values Into Action
Media, PA

Do you believe it's better to support people one at a time instead of 30 at a time? Are you tired of working in a group home or facility where what matters most is the building and all of the rules? Do you want the opportunity to make a REAL DIFFERENCE? Work with us and put your leadership, supervisory and program specialist skills to work for the person and team!

Values Into Action, a leader in innovative services for people with disabilities seeks a Team Coordinator to act as the primary supervisor and coordinator for teams of staff supporting people with disabilities to live in their own homes and direct their own services in Delaware County.

In this role, you will provide leadership and supervision to Community Support Workers, coordinate staffing schedules that meet the person’s needs and preferences, and act as the primary contact with people supported and their families, – All with the goal of ensuring full civil rights, happiness, health and safety of people supported by the organization.

This position includes a combination of supervisory/administrative duties, as well as providing direct support for the people accepting services. Travel throughout Delaware County will be required.

PLEASE NOTE: This position requires: participation in an on-call rotation schedule, flexibility with working evening and/or weekend hours, and travel via personal vehicle to areas within Delaware and Philadelphia counties.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have a bachelor’s degree in a human services related program from an accredited college or university (required) and 2 years work experience working directly with persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities OR a master's degree in a human services related program from an accredited college or university and 1 year work experience working directly with persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
  • Be community focused and thrive on engaging and building relationships within the community
  • Have experience with Dual Diagnoses (Mental Health/IDD)
  • Have proven supervisory experience with an emphasis on coaching employees and teams
  • Have a criminal history free of prohibited offenses
  • Possess a valid driver’s license, a clean driving record and a safe, operable vehicle available to you when you work
  • Believe in and have working knowledge of person centered thinking, planning and action.
  • Be proficient with Microsoft Office
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively through written, oral and electronic means i.e. email, text, web.
  • Be able to kneel, bend, squat and reach frequently
  • Be comfortable providing total personal care and physical support

This is a full-time, hourly position with flexible scheduling that includes evenings, overnights and weekends, as required.

Competitive compensation with benefits to include single employee HMO coverage, a generous PTO allowance, and employer paid short term and long term disability insurance.

Visit our website at WWW.VALUESINTOACTION.ORG to learn more about who we are and what we do. If interested please complete our online application on our website.

Post date: May 31, 2018
Executive Director - Lakeland, Florida

Sunrise Community
​Lakeland, FL


  • Must successfully complete the required pre-employment Background and Drug Screenings
  • Must possess a valid Driver's License which meets company standards for approved driver status
  • Must be proficient with WORD, EXCEL, Outlook and possess basic computer skills
  • Minimum Bachelor’s Degree. Major in Management or Human Service discipline preferred
  • Minimum four years of supervisory experience required
  • Minimum two years of experience working in the human service field


  • Works with staff and stakeholders to ensure the mission is fulfilled through person directed plans, strategic planning and community outreach
  • Supports the day-to-day operations to assure a positive efficient organization that meets all regulatory requirements
  • Assures program quality and organizational stability through development and implementation of standards and controls, systems and procedures, and regular reviews and revisions
  • Provides oversight to ensure quality expectations and best practices while providing exceptional customer service
  • Responsible for fiscal management and commitment to operating within the approved budget
  • Review and analyze financial reports with plans of action to address and improve performance
  • Ensures minimization of overtime to ensure maximum financial efficiency of the location
  • Assures a positive work environment that recruits, retains and supports quality staff, through positive coaching and mentoring of front line supervisors
  • Positively represents the organization and engages regulatory bodies, community, civic organizations, donors, families and the general public
  • Develops and maintains effective partnerships with area agencies, provider groups and local communities as a whole
  • Performs all other duties as assigned

Interested candidates may submit resume by:


Location: Lakeland, FL 33812

Address: 5115 Wallace Court

Equal Opportunity Employer & Drug Free Workplace

Post date: May 25, 2018
Executive Officer - Iowa DHS - Des Moines, Iowa

Iowa’s Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Disability Services
Des Moines, IA

Iowa’s Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Disability Services in Des Moines is seeking an Executive Officer to assist with directing services in Iowa’s state facilities for individuals with an intellectual disability. This Executive Officer will serve as a liaison between the agency Division Administrator and facility leadership teams to identify common issues and solutions to improve service performance outcomes for one or many facilities.

This position acts at the behest of the Division Administrator to work collaboratively and supportively with state operated facilities to ensure quality standards are met and quality services are provided which meet or exceed treatment standards. This includes, but is not limited to: compliance to federal and state laws, regulations, policies and practices; interaction with other entities such as the Office of the Attorney General, Department of Inspections and Appeals surveyors, and protection and advocacy; monitoring facilities’ budgets in collaboration with Department budget staff; coordination with other Division facility support staff and maintaining accurate and current Department policies and procedures; and overseeing appropriate admission and discharge of individuals served.

Preference will be given to degreed candidates with progressive experience within an organization focused on serving ID populations. Qualified candidates will have a four year degree and four years of experience within program administration, development, or operations with a minimum of one year of full-time experience in delivering or coordinating services for individuals with an intellectual disability.

Salary is commensurate with education and experience: $59,009 - $91,250

For consideration, complete State of Iowa application and attach a cover letter and resume highlighting your experience:

Candidate review will begin 6/15/18

Post date: May 24, 2018
Director of Operations - Los Angeles, California

Liberty Healthcare Corporation
​Los Angeles, CA

Accomplished health care leaders are encouraged to consider an outstanding career opportunity with Liberty Healthcare Corporation.

Liberty Healthcare provides a wide array of health and human services to people throughout the United States. We serve people in their homes and communities as well as in hospitals and specialized treatment settings. We help people who have physical and mental illnesses get better. We serve people who have disabilities – ensuring they receive vital services, are safe, well-cared for and live as independently as possible.

Due to continued organizational growth, Liberty Healthcare seeks well-qualified candidates for a newly-created Director of Operations position.

The Director of Operations will support the Liberty Healthcare’s mission to be a trustworthy and out-comes driven partner that empowers customers to achieve their goals with flexible and intelligent healthcare services.

Liberty Healthcare’s Director of Operations will enjoy a dynamic job description which will include the following responsibilities:

  • Managing a diverse portfolio of contracts serving individuals with intellectual disabilities in community settings
  • Serving as a subject matter expert in services and supports for people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as co-occurring mental illness and forensic involvement
  • Contributing to Liberty’s high-performance culture through the hiring and professional development of program leaders and staff
  • Client facing with a wide array of health care executives and government officials
  • Ensuring contract deliverables are met or exceeded and services are provided as efficiently and effectively as possible
  • Consistently maintaining outstanding customer satisfaction and demonstrating high value of Liberty Healthcare’s services
  • Proactively anticipating and preventing problems that could result in customer dissatisfaction or failure to deliver contracted services
  • Developing and managing to program budgets
  • Participating in new business development initiatives
  • Directly reporting to and partnering with Liberty Healthcare’s Vice President – Operations

As Liberty Healthcare Corporation’s Director of Operations, you can expect:

  • Opportunity to work with a talented and experienced group of healthcare executives
  • Collegial work environment and high-performance culture
  • Compensation commensurate with your qualifications and responsibilities
  • Benefits package which includes health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, 401k plan and paid time off

Click here to learn more about Liberty Healthcare Corporation’s benefits package

The incumbent may work remotely from her / his home office. Regular and frequent travel to client sites throughout California as well as other locations nationwide is required.

To be considered for this position, candidates must possess the following attributes:

  • Proven experience successfully leading large and complex programs and services
  • Deep knowledge of support services for people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Additional subject matter expertise in forensic mental health is preferred
  • Master’s or Doctoral degree
  • Willingness and ability to travel extensively
  • Career history with stable tenure and progressive growth

Liberty Healthcare Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Veterans and people who have disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.

If you’re looking for a career opportunity which will allow you to actively contribute to the success of a growing organization and high-performance culture - Liberty Healthcare is looking for you!

We’re Liberty... and we give you the freedom to succeed!

To apply or receive more information

contact Ian Castronuovo, Vice President of Recruiting or (610) 389-7430

Post date: May 17, 2018
Regional Director - North Carolina

The Charles Lea Center
Spartanburg, SC

The Charles Lea Center is a nonprofit organization serving individuals with developmental disabilities. We are seeking a regional director to provide the administrative, programmatic and financial leadership for a supported living program. Candidate must have a strong programmatic skills with a focus on supporting individuals with disabilities in fully integrated residential settings. This position will be responsible for the developmental, implementation and management of all services in North Carolina. 

As a Senior Leadership position, it is expected that this candidate:

  • Possesses strong organizational and leadership skills
  • Has a capacity to make decisions independently
  • Possesses experience in operating and managing diverse models of service.


  • Minimum BA or BS degree in related field
  • 5 years of leadership experience with at least 2 years in a higher level leadership role
  • Direct care work experience
  • Strong analytical problem solving skills and managing budgets.
  • Must have a thorough understanding of person centered thinking with a focus on individualized services and supports.

Please apply online at Click “Work Here” section

Please direct all questions to

The Charles Lea Center
195 Burdette Street
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29307
(864) 585-0322


Post date: May 11, 2018
Program Supervisor - Pine Mountain, Georgia

Georgia MENTOR
Pine Mountain, GA

Georgia MENTOR, having served the DD population in Georgia for over 20 years, is seeking a Program Supervisor to manage the day-to-day group home operations in Pine Mountain, Georgia. 

The Program Supervisor supervises a single program or unit within a program, typically supporting 4-8 individuals in residential settings. Duties are split between the provision of direct support, professional or program activities and supervision.

The Program Supervisor is responsible to supervise Direct Support Professionals and LPNs. In addition, the Program Supervisor/LPN oversees the day-to-day operation of the program including delivery of supports, implementation of person-centered plans, health care, advocacy, customer engagement, regulatory compliance and when applicable, oversight of the physical environment.


  • Direct Support: Works regularly scheduled shifts as a direct support professional (see DSP position description).
  • Records: Documents as required; reviews individual records, billing and other program documentation routinely for accuracy and completion on a daily basis; maintains confidentiality of individual and employee data; directs DSPs to assure accurate and complete records.
  • Program Planning: Assists the Program Director in development of individual program plans; trains and monitors implementation of plans each day across all shifts.
  • Team Meetings: Attends and assists with routine progress meetings.
  • Compliance: Maintains licensing compliance for program services and supports; implements Network compliance plan; manages individual rights implementation.
  • Management of Individuals’ Assets: When assigned, assures safety of individual’s funds and property; monitors spending and reconciles individual’s financial accounts monthly.
  • Incidents: Completes or assists DSPs in documenting incident reports; submits initial incident reports to the Program Director.
  • Billing and Utilization: Compiles or accumulates census or attendance information; reviews data and attests to accuracy; submits accurate data to the Program Director or appropriate billing authority.
  • General Health Care: Monitors health of persons being served; documents; communicates with medical professionals as appropriate; implements preventive strategies to limit illness and serious incidents; reviews and monitors documentation across all shifts.
  • Appointments: When applicable, schedules or assists in scheduling health care appointments; may accompany individuals to appointments; may assist with communication; documents visits; oversees follow through of orders; communicates results as appropriate with families, guardians, case managers, day programs or others.
  • Medications: When applicable, accurately administers and documents delivery of medications and treatments; reviews all other medication documentation for accuracy and completeness, daily or weekly as required; reviews medication errors with employees; communicates medication changes and provides training across all shifts; maintains appropriate security of medications and supplies.
  • Recruitment and Hiring: Assists with recruitment; interviews and hires direct support professionals with agreement of the Program Director.
  • Employee Scheduling: Populates and maintains schedule to assure that all shifts are covered, and overtime is minimized.
  • Training: Assists with onboarding and delivers orientation and ongoing training concerning the individuals served, program plans, policies, procedures and physical environment.


  • Current Georgia LPN license
  • 2 years’ experience in Social Services working with Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
  • 2 years supervisory experience


Post date: May 7, 2018
Summer 2018 Communications Internship - Alexandria, VA

Alexandria, VA

The American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR), a vibrant national nonprofit trade association representing over 1,400 community service providers to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is looking for an undergraduate student to complete a full-time, 8 to 12-week internship during the Summer 2018 semester.

The Communications Intern will report to the Communications Director and will make important contributions to ANCOR’s Communications team, as well as to the association’s entire staff of 14 dedicated professionals. The position is based in historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC. The ideal intern will be an excellent writer, maintain a professional demeanor, pay close attention to detail and demonstrate an interest in gleaning first-hand experience in a variety of functions in the communications field.

Duties of ANCOR’s Summer 2018 Communications Intern will include:

  • Assist in the editing of external-facing communications, including email appeals, newsletters, web content, one-pagers and other publications as needed.
  • Assist in formatting and developing content for materials created to engage ANCOR’s Board of Directors
  • Contribute original content to ANCOR’s bimonthly member newsletter
  • Create and execute a plan to organize and manage a digital library to house ANCOR’s photography.
  • Create and execute a plan to organize and manage a system for indexing stories that will be featured across a variety of ANCOR’s communications channels.
  • Draft social media content promoting recognition of Direct Support Professionals and other association-awarded recognitions.
  • Track mentions of ANCOR and its members, along with stories about people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in traditional media outlets.
  • Assist in the development of file naming conventions and taxonomy for internal team documents.

To be eligible for ANCOR’s communications internship, candidates will:

  • Be seeking a degree in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Public Relations, English or a related field.
  • Have completed at least two semesters of undergraduate coursework.
  • Be eligible to receive undergraduate-level credit for completing the internship (note: this internship is unpaid, but a modest stipend will be awarded upon successful completion).
  • Demonstrate excellent writing and editing skills and keen attention to detail.
  • Demonstrate proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint.

In addition, the ideal candidate will:

  • Demonstrate interest in pursuing a career in communications, marketing or public relations upon completion of their degree program.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of or interest in learning about the opportunities and challenges facing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the Direct Support Professionals who support them.
  • Be available during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, for at least 8 weeks between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, résumé and writing sample to Sean Luechtefeld, Communications Director, at no later than May 25, 2018. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.

Post date: May 4, 2018
Community Living Director - Carroll, Iowa

New Hope Village
Carroll, IA

If you are interested in a leadership career that directly impacts the quality of life of individuals with disabilities, this might be your opportunity! Supervise and manage the supervisors and services of the Community Living Department at New Hope, overseeing services that are provided 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Must be flexible, highly organized, possess strong leadership skills and have the ability to work independently.

Qualified candidates will be knowledgeable of HCBS Waiver Services.

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or Business Administration is preferred, but relevant experience can be substituted. An additional two years of experience in the disabilities field is required also, with one year supervisory experience. Must be proficient in Outlook, Word, and Excel.

If these expectations match your qualifications, please send your cover letter to:

You may also apply online at

Terri Bock


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