LINC Disability Director of Finance Position
Who We Are:
We are one of Idaho’s three Centers for Independent Living. We empower people with disabilities to achieve their desired level of independence. We offer tools, advocacy, and support so people can live the life of their own design, whatever that design may be. Our approach is built on trust, truth, transparency, and an unwavering belief that independent living and personal choice are civil rights worth fighting for.
The Director of Finance is a strategic leader who works closely with the senior leadership team and strives to ensure the strategic goals of the organization are met. They provide leadership and support to business operation and the implementation of strategic objectives. In this senior level financial position, the Director of Finance is responsible for providing internal customer service by supporting, planning, implementing, managing and controlling all financial-related activities of the organization.
This will include direct responsibility for accounting, payroll, forecasting, budgeting, and financial statements.
Location: Idaho LINC
Salary: $64,833 - $81,972
Total Compensation Package:
Our total compensation package includes:
- Generous accrual of sick and vacation time
- Two hours of paid time off every pay period to allow employee well-being activities
- One personal paid day off per month
- Employee medical/dental/vision/LTD/STD/Life paid at 100%
- Employer contribution for family medical insurance
- Employer retirement contribution
- Professional development opportunities
Application Due Date: Open until filled
- Leading the accounting and business operations of LINC
- Leading a talented finance team
- Working alongside program staff to ensure an understanding of finance policies and to stay updated on the status of the organization’s budget
- Supporting the development of the annual budget
- Overseeing the preparation of all required financial statements
- Ensuring records are appropriately retained
- Working with private and government funders
- Coordinating the completion of all audits and the annual Form 990
- Managing investments with direction from the Board
- Evaluating and advising on the financial impact of long-range planning and introduction of new programs and strategies
LINC Idaho Disability Independent Living Specialist
Do you love working with and alongside people with disabilities? Are you motivated by empowering individuals in meeting their goals? Ready for a job with a great schedule and a
LINC is hiring for an Independent Living Specialist in their Boise office. They educate, support and encourage individuals with disabilities to live the best life of their choosing. If this sounds appealing to you, you are invited to join the movement and apply to be on their team. Full and Part time options are available. Individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Location: Living Independent Network Corporation (LINC) – Boise Idaho
Salary (hourly - full-time and part-time position is an option): $17.87 - $24.95 (based on experience)
Application Due Date: September 19, 2022
Minimum Job Qualifications:
- Create an environment that promotes self-direction and encourages individuals to achieve their desired level of independent living
- Create and maintain efficient and accurate files and contact notes in LINC’s database
- Advocate with consumers on an individual and systems levels as needed
- Work with individuals to plan and achieve their goals
- Provide information and referral services to people with disabilities and community partners
- Maintain relationships with partnering organizations
- Be knowledgeable about the ADA and other disability laws
- Be knowledgeable about Centers for Independent Living and our five core services
Red Rock Center for Independence (RRCI) Executive Director Position
Red Rock Center for Independence (RRCI), a Center for Independent Living (CIL), invites application for an Executive Director to lead the Southwestern Utah service area. RRCI uses the IL philosophy that places a sharp focus on self-determination and the concept that people with disabilities are the best and most knowledgeable experts regarding their own needs.
RRCI is seeking an Executive Director with a growth mindset who can inspire staff and consumers and continue to build and strengthen relationships with local and statewide organizations, policymakers, and businesses. The Executive Director is responsible for the overall operations of the Center including staffing, planning, development, budgeting, implementing, and evaluating Center programs; advocacy and systems change activities; and represents the Center, or delegates such representation on the local, state, and national level.
Location: Southwestern Utah
Salary: $58,000-$65,000, depending on qualifications and experience
Application Due Date: position will remain open until filled, but applications submitted by September 26, 2022 will be given priority
Minimum Job Qualifications:
- Related Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience working in the independent living field.
- Five plus years working in nonprofits or similar human service organization
- A minimum of three years of management and supervisory experience is preferred.
- Experience in initiating, planning, implementing, and evaluating programs and services
- Computer proficiency in Word, Excel, other spreadsheets, PowerPoint, Internet searches, e-mail, etc. required.
- Experience in networking and working with diverse populations.
- Proven experience in collaboration with the community and in developing community partnerships.
- Effective communication skills.
- Detailed oriented, organized, and strong follow up skills to work with elected, local, state, federal and other nonprofit agencies.
- Ability to travel to meetings and to travel throughout the nine-county area.
- Must be flexible with the daily work schedule, including occasional evening hours and overnight travel.
- Individuals with disabilities will be given preference.
Attention: Interview Committee.
Florida AgrAbility Case Coordinator and Project Assistant
*** the organization is hiring for both full-time and part-time positions ***
Supervisor: Executive Director
The Florida AgrAbility Program (FAP) is a collaborative project between the University of Florida (UF) and the Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida (CILNCF). The AgrAbility Case Coordinator (ACC) works within the FAP and will support farmers and agricultural workers with disabilities who are engaged in farming and the agricultural fields. The ACC will conduct home and worksite assessments and identify ways people with disabilities can continue farming safely and successfully by: providing Assistive Technologies (AT); modifying equipment and work sites; restructuring farm tasks; and identifying resources and services that can aid their independence. The ACC will provide outreach and networking activities throughout the state of Florida’s farming and agricultural community to raise awareness about the FAP and to identify people eligible to receive support from the FAP. The ACC will also provide service coordination between state and local government organizations, agricultural businesses, UF Extension, community-based organizations, and health care providers.
Essential Job Functions:
- Work closely with FAP: have to attend regular meetings, report progress, attend outreach activities, and work with UF/IFAS extension.
- Conduct comprehensive home and work site assessments to identify appropriate Assistive Technologies, modifications, and services needed to live and work independently.
- Conduct outreach and networking activities throughout the state of Florida’s farming and agricultural community to raise awareness about the FAP and to identify people eligible to receive support from the FAP.
- Build and sustain collaborative partnerships throughout the farming and agricultural community. Promote productive relationships between the local farming and agricultural community and the UF, CILNCF, other FAP stakeholders, etc..
- Identify and effectively communicate with people eligible for the FAP, complete intake processes, conduct needs assessments, and create tailored plans.
- Provide service coordination, recommendations, and information related to Independent Living Skills, Advocacy, peer and caregiver support, Information and Referral services, and other programs or resources to enable the consumers to maintain or improve their independence.
- Coordinate services between various entities including the Florida Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, the Florida Association of Centers for independent Living, the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST), occupational therapists, UF extension, etc.
- Accurately and constantly complete all required reporting, deliverables, and assessments related to the FAP.
- Maintain accurate records of incoming and outgoing Assistive Technology equipment/devices through device loan and reassignment programs. Assist in ordering, set-up, cleaning, sanitation, storage, and maintenance of new and previously-owned assistive technology equipment/devices.
- Develop, evaluate, and provide accessible FAP program materials, curriculum and products and make recommendations for improvement to them as needed.
- Ensure access to programs, facilities, and services to diverse audiences. Provide effective outreach to underserved and socially disadvantaged populations (including but not limited to veterans, Hispanic/Latino communities, African Americans, and new and beginning farmers).
- Meet, effectively communicate, and interact with the FAP project personnel, CILNCF staff, and the project’s advisory board, and arrange formal and non-formal meetings with project personnel.
- Attend and participate in FAP and CILNCF based all staff meetings, training opportunities, national and regional AgrAbility meetings, and other activities as required in order to enhance service delivery to individuals with disabilities.
- Comply with all CILNCF policies and procedures.
- Perform other assigned duties when required.
Essential Skills and Qualifications:
- Personal and/or professional experiences with people who have disabilities (that affect farmers, agricultural equipment usage, and best practices related to agricultural safety and health) are preferred but not required.
- Experience working in farming and/or agriculture industries.
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in Agricultural Sciences and/or Education, Biological Systems Engineering, Life Science Communications, Marketing, or Occupational Therapy is preferred.
- Working knowledge of various aspects of farming and agriculture (e.g., equipment, crops, animals, organic, conventional, production, distribution, etc.).
- Willing and able to research new information as needed to accommodate agricultural operators with a disability.
- Have the knowledge and ability to conduct on-site farm assessments, including the ability to identify barriers and needs, safe practices in farm environments, correct preparation and dress, and the ability to engage with farm family and workers.
- Experience with adaptive devices, with the ability to teach individuals or groups about how to use AT equipment.
- Must have strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to teach and effectively present ideas orally and in writing
- Ability to travel and must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation
- Accountability and Self-management: must be motivated and at times work with limited direct supervision.
- Manage time effectively, complete necessary activities, and have the initiative to start new activities or projects.
- Team Work and leadership: Demonstrate ability to build and maintain rapport with others. Must interact in a professional manner with all FAP project personnel, consumers, farming/agricultural communities, organizational partners, and FAP stakeholders.
- Ability to engage with other agricultural organizations and service providers to provide education and programming
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Access and database management, Excel, Word).
CILNCF is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, CILNCF will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. Reasonable accommodations will be provided if it is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits of employment.
The information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. This job description does not list all the duties of the job. You may be asked by management to perform other duties. You will be evaluated in part based on your performance of the tasks listed in this job description.
The employer has the right to revise this job description at any time. The job description is not a contract for employment and either you or the employer may terminate at any time for any reason.
Dayle McIntosh Center: Systems Change Advocate Position (full-time)
The Dayle McIntosh Center is Orange County’s only Independent Living Center (ILC). DMC
is a consumer-driven organization working to advance empowerment, equality, integration,
and full participation of people with disabilities in the community. The majority of the staff at
DMC are persons with disabilities. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply! DMC
offers a hybrid work environment where all employees are required to be fully vaccinated
Position: full-time (40 hours/week)
The Systems Change Advocate is responsible for identifying ongoing and emerging issues that require
advocacy within systems and programs, determining strategies for promoting change; conducting
community organizing activities; engaging in local, state, and national systems advocacy efforts; and
participating with and supporting the statewide network of systems change advocates. This individual
is also responsible for administering the Community Leadership Academy and other initiatives with the
goal of empowering consumers with leadership skills, and engaging them in systems advocacy
- Conducts formal and informal community needs assessments to determine needed systemic
- Reviews and evaluates proposed legislation and public policy to determine possible impact
on people with disabilities and communicates this information effectively in various formats;
- Prioritizes issues to be addressed, clearly summarizes and presents issues to key audiences,
identifies partners and allies, and develops steps toward resolution;
- Gathers evidence to document needed change;
- Engages in systems advocacy efforts such as giving testimony at public forums and hearings,
developing and submitting position statements and other correspondence, meeting with
community leaders and officials, serving on advisory committees, and coordinating telephone
and email campaigns;
- Recruits consumers and members of the public for systems change activities;
- Forms and staffs empowerment teams; aids empowerment teams to develop and implement
community organizing strategies;
- Participates in California Capital Day and the National independent Living Conference;
- Supports the efforts of the Do Network;
- Attends meetings of the statewide network of systems change advocates;
- Administers the Community Leadership Academy and other training with the goal of
empowering consumers, fostering leadership skills, and engaging consumers in advocacy
Dayle McIntosh Center: Part-Time Personal Assistant Services Recruitment Specialist
For more information visit their website at www.daylemc.org
Location: Anaheim, California
Start Date: Unlisted
- Work in conjunction with the Personal Assistant Services Coordinator to support consumers and care providers;
- Maintain DMC’s in-house care attendant registry to include those working for private pay and through IHSS, Regional Center, and other public benefit programs;
- Recruit personal care attendants through use of employment websites and customized job postings based on consumer needs;
- Conduct screening interviews and compile personal care attendant documents;
- Support interested applicants in registering with the Public Authority for the IHSS Registry, Regional Center, and other public benefit programs;
- Coordinate relevant training opportunities for care providers;
- Participate in advisory bodies as an advocate for the implementation and expansion of PAS;
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university;
- One year of experience working with people who have disabilities and/or in human services; or
- An equivalent combination of education and experience;
- Evidence of strong people skills;
- Ability to conduct interviews and form sound judgments regarding appropriateness of candidates;
- Demonstration of computer literacy;
- Working knowledge of the Independent Living philosophy and methodology;
- Bilingual in Spanish or ASL