January 2013
 
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The Arc of Snohomish County is currently accepting candidates to fill two exciting job opportunities. 

Details of the positions are below:

Mission Statement:The Arc fosters respect and access for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families, giving them the power to achieve a full and satisfying life. 


Job Opportunity – Independent Living Coordinator:

This coordinator would be in charge of providing support, information and referral to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. This role is not limited to, but is often providing information and support to individuals with developmental disabilities at the High School Transition age and beyond.  Navigation of critical systems allowing for success and independence depend on various supports. (i.e. Guardianship, special needs trusts, employment, social, transportation, systems navigation, & housing)    This coordinator would be involved with various community boards and committees to be a voice for individuals with developmental disabilities.  Efforts include being able to provide workshops and trainings to promote independence to self-advocates in their communities as well as actively seek and understanding other community resources to help individuals and families navigate systems effectively.  Coordination of this program will look to build leaders among those they support.  This position is part time and may include some weekend and evening hours. Other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications:

We seek candidates that are comfortable working in a rapidly changing environment and who possess multiple skills and the willingness to take on other tasks as assigned.  Life or work experience with developmental disabilities desired. Basic computer skills required.   

The Arc of Snohomish County is an equal opportunity employer.  Individuals with disabilities, family members and people of diverse ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Please submit your resume and a one to two page cover letter by Noon, Friday January 11th: explaining:

1.    What experience, skills, and personal characteristics qualify you for this position?

2.    Why the mission and work of the Arc of Snohomish County appeals to you, and

3.    Why this position is the right next step for you in your career.

Email:  Shayne@arcsno.org

Mail:    Attention:  Shayne Nagel – Executive Director

           2500 Hewitt Avenue Suite 300, Everett WA 98201


Job Opportunity- Autism Grant Coordinator

Seeking candidate for a part-time position to manage applications from individuals in Snohomish County with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder to grant dollars for services not otherwise covered. This position is short term and most likely will last between 9 and 12 months.

Qualifications:

We seek candidates who possess basic knowledge of Excel and Word programs.  This job will involve various spreadsheets, applications, follow-up and reporting.  Life or work experience with individuals with developmental disabilities is desired.

The Arc of Snohomish County is an equal opportunity employer. Individuals with disabilities, family members and people of diverse ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to apply. 

Please submit your resume and a one to two page cover letter by Noon, Friday January 11th explaining:

1.    What experience, skills, and personal characteristics qualify you for this position?

2.    Why the mission and work of the Arc of Snohomish County appeals to you, and

3.    Why this position is a good fit for you.

Email: Shayne@arcsno.org

Mail: Attention:  Shayne Nagel – Executive Director

         2500 Hewitt Avenue, Suite 300, Everett WA  98201

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