Job Openings

Organization Name  Human Resources or Job Poster Contact Name  Job Title  Job Description  Salary/Benefits  Application Instructions 
Bayshore Service    Assistant Residential Director Assist Residential Director to manage services for people with disabilities
-Train, schedule and supervise DSPs and CNAs staff
-Monitor quality of care
-Ensure medical appointments are scheduled, kept and documented
-Review staff documentation for accuracy and completeness
-Ensure team meetings are conducted and needs properly addressed.
-Communicate well with employees and professionals
-On-call, evening and weekend work required
Salary $50,000 to $55,000
Health Benefits
Application available on website
Contact Human Resources at 410-341-0307 for more information
Infinity SS    Certified Benefits Counselor SUMMARY:
To provide individualized benefits analysis and evaluation, benefits support planning and benefits management.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               This position is also responsible for conducting outreach efforts to disseminate accurate information to families,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         employment staff and others regarding work incentives and the impact of working while receiving public benefits.

REPORTS TO: Program Director of Infinity Support Services LLC

The below statements are intended to describe the general scope of work being performed by this position.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     This is not a complete listing of all duties and responsibilities required. Other duties may be assigned.
-Provide direct service and training to beneficiaries, families and representative payees;
-Maintain proper information and documentation of case files in a database;
-Provide follow up assistance with beneficiaries, agencies, and other support team members as necessary;
-Explain the effects of employment and self-employment income on SSI, SSDI, Medicaid, Medicare and other public benefit programs;
-Assist beneficiaries in understanding how to request and utilize work incentives;
-Prepare a detailed, written Benefits Summary and Analysis to outline how employment will impact benefits;
-Facilitate the development of any work incentives including, but no limited to PASS, IRWE, PESS, BWE, etc.;
-Act as the liaison between the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the beneficiary if necessary;

-Provide written Work Incentive Plans, Benefits Employment Management Reports, WorkWorld reports and other reports to beneficiaries and funding sources as needed;
-Assist in tracking and reporting wages for beneficiaries to SSA on a monthly basis;
-Provide on-going support as beneficiaries increase their earned income and reduce their dependency on benefits;
-Provide career counseling and/or job coaching to beneficiaries;
-Perform other duties as assigned.

-BA/BS in Human Services Field and 2 years of experience working with individuals with disabilities.
-Certification as a Community Work Incentive Coordinator (CWIC) or Community Partner Work Incentive Coordinator (CPWIC) through Virginia Commonwealth University.
-State Benefits Counseling Certification (if required by state) to be completed within 6 months of start date.
-Meet additional CPWIC requirements if working under WIPA/

-Demonstrate computer proficiency including Microsoft Office 365 programs
-Must be able to maintain confidentiality.
-Must be able to pass a Social Security Suitability clearance and drug test.
-Must maintain current CWIC/CPWIC (meet additional requirements if under WIPA) certification.  LANGUAGE SKILLS:
-Ability to effectively communicate in oral and written communication to beneficiaries, internal staff, external stakeholders, and providers.
-Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from beneficiaries, external stakeholders, and providers.

-Ability to perform basic mathematical operations to include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Ability to compute rate, ratio and percentage.

The salary range for this position for a fully certified CWIC/CPWIC is $40,000-$42,000 depending on experience and $35,000-$39,000 for non-certified individuals who would be willing to go through training. Please email resume & cover letter to
Sheppard Pratt    Floor Technician SUMMARY
Performs general cleaning and custodial duties primarily focused on floor care.

-Maintaining Floors in accordance with the  scope of work and as directed by the site supervisors.
-Wet and dry mops hard surface flooring.
-Strips and refinished hard floor surfaces.
-Vacuum cleans carpet surfaces.
-Performs carpet maintenance, shampooing and extracting, using appropriate equipment.
-Maintain equipment to ensure it operates properly on a daily basis.

The Floor Tech may also be required to assist in the following tasks:
-Dusts furniture, vertical and horizontal surfaces.
-Washes or cleans light fixtures, ceiling vents, venetian blinds, glass surfaces and windows as needed.
-Cleans restrooms, replenishes and maintains supplies.
-Collects and disposes of trash.
-Assists in moving furniture and equipment as needed.
-Cleans building grounds as needed.
-Performs other duties as assigned.
$13.91 Please email Donna McNeil at or call 443-462-2627
Sheppard Pratt    Janitor SUMMARY
Performs general cleaning duties to satisfy contractual requirements.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES includes but is not limited to the following: 
- Sweeps floors, walkways, steps and hallways as needed.
- Wet and dry mops hard surface flooring.
- Strips and refinished hard floor surfaces using stripping and waxing machinery.
- Vacuum cleans carpet surfaces.
- Performs carpet maintenance, shampooing and extracting, using appropriate machine equipment.
- Dusts furniture, vertical and horizontal surfaces.
- Washes or cleans light fixtures, ceiling vents, venetian blinds, glass surfaces and windows as needed.
- Cleans restrooms, replenishes and maintains supplies.
- Collects and disposes of trash.
- Assists in moving furniture and equipment as needed.
- Cleans building grounds as needed.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Starts at $12.50 Please email Donna McNeil at or call 443-462-2627
Opportunity Builders    Employment Specialist The Employment Specialist position is responsible for assisting individuals with disabilities in obtaining competitive, integrated employment. Successful Employment Specialists have a strong foundation in job development techniques, as well as an in-depth understanding of customized employment. The Employment Specialist will use a person-centered approach when working with job seekers, establishing rapport and assisting them in discovering individual interests, talents, and support needs. OBI's team of Employment Specialists are encouraged to maintain a working knowledge of appropriate workplace accommodations, as well as resources that employers can access such as tax credits and free or low-cost tools. This role is responsible for advocating for employment of individuals with disabilities and must be comfortable discussing the importance of hiring individuals with disabilities to employers. This is a position that is expected to spend significant time in the local Anne Arundel community building partnerships with local businesses.  You must have your own vehicle to drive to and from client homes and businesses, mileage and parking is reimbursed and training is provided in job development, accommodations and tax credits. Full time (30 hrs. or more) staff are eligible for all benefits including 100% employer paid health insurance, matching 401K retirement plan, generous paid leave and other great perks.
Salary Range is $18.50 -$20.00 per hour. 

Minimum of 1 year of successful experience working in a vocational setting with individuals who have disabilities; experience may include but is not limited to: vocational rehabilitation, work readiness instruction, marketing/staffing/business relations, apprenticeships leading to employment, etc.
High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor's degree in a related field preferred.
Strong written communication to support tasks such as resume writing and employer communication.
Valid Driver's license, clean driving record and 3+ years driving experience.
Must possess a vehicle that will pass OBI's transportation safety check as well as proper insurance coverage of vehicle.
Ability to perform and meet job and physical requirements.
Proficient in Microsoft Office and a broad understanding of (or ability to learn about) technology that supports workforce development and/or virtual service delivery,

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Opportunity Builders    Career Coach The Career Coach (Job Coach) is responsible for supporting individuals with disabilities in competitive, integrated employment to ensure their success and/or advancement in their place of employment. Career Coaches use a person-centered approach to provide the appropriate level of support for each individual, including but not limited to on-site training and coaching, developing natural supports within the workplace, and using technology to remotely work on skill-building and/or coping and self-advocacy skills. This position represents OBI in the business community on a regular basis and must communicate in a professional manner both verbally and in writing. This is a remote position that is expected to spend significant time in the community supporting individuals we work with, their families, and the businesses who hire them. This position requires the ability to adjust one's schedule to meet the immediate needs for those we support and may require occasional evening/weekend hours.  Full time (30 hrs. or more) staff are eligible for all benefits including 100% employer paid health insurance, matching 401K retirement plan, generous paid leave and other great perks.

Hourly Pay Rate is $17.50-$18.50 per hour depending on education and experience.  

Minimum of 1 year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities; strong preference to candidates having specific experience in vocational rehabilitation, employment services, sales or human resources.
High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor's degree in a related field preferred.
Valid Driver's license, clean driving record and 3+ years driving experience.
Must possess a vehicle that will pass OBI's transportation safety check as well as proper insurance coverage of vehicle.
Ability to perform and meet job and physical requirements.
Proficient in Microsoft Office and a broad understanding of (or ability to learn about) technology that supports virtual service delivery.

Apply Online:
Providence Center    Direct Support Professional As a Direct Support Professional (DSP) you will encourage people to experience various activities in community-based locations and to also explore all that is available in Anne Arundel County. Be a Direct Support Professional and share their passions and talents while providing person-centered supports enabling people to live, work, and enjoy life as independently as possible in their community.

-Participate in the development and implementation of Individual Plan (IP), personal plan or an  alternative framework or individual teaching plan.
-Assists people supported to meet physical (e.g., health, grooming, toileting, eating) and personal management needs (e.g., human development, human sexuality), by teaching skills, providing  supports, and building on individual strengths and capabilities that will lead to increased independence. 
-Contribute as a part of a PCI team, building companionship and community, facilitating  supports, developing activities that have value to the person. 
-Explores vocational interests and aptitudes, assists in preparing for job or school entry, and reviews opportunities for continued career growth.
-Educates people receiving supports, co-workers and community members about issues by  providing information and support. 
$16.25-$16.93 per hour Submit an application online!
Providence Center    Case Manager The Case Manager promotes learning and growth for all people that will enhance their quality of life. A Case Manager will utilize a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation, and advocacy for options and services to meet a person’s and their family’s comprehensive needs and desires.
A Case Manager with Providence Center is a :
-Relationship Developer
-Quality Services Provider
$18.25/hr - $23.75/hr based on experience
-Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
-Paid Holidays
-Long and Short Term Disability
-Life Insurance and AD&D plans
-Pet Insurance
-410k (5% employer match)
-Holiday Pay and Paid Time Off
-And more!
Apply Online!
Providence Center    Supported Employment Specialist Supported Employment Specialist will provide assistance with job development, motivating people to learn how to develop relationships and work skills, assist people with accessing community resources when needed, and network within the community to develop resources and opportunities. $16.75- $17.65 per hour (based on experience)
-Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
-Paid Holidays
-Long and Short Term Disability
-Life Insurance and AD&D plans
-Pet Insurance
-410k (5% employer match)
-Holiday Pay and Paid Time Off
-And more!
Apply Online!
The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region Stacy Alford HR Business Partner · Must be one of the following:
* Certified Crisis Intervention Specialist
* Certified Behavioral Intervention Technician
* Registered Behavioral Technician

- 2-3 years of experience in a human services field; DDA experience preferred.

- Experience in taking clinical skills and incorporate them in a multiple disciplinary approach to people.

- Fluent in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, etc.)

Physical Demands and Work Environment:

The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform successfully the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable a qualified individual with disabilities to perform essential functions of this position.

Physical Demands

While performing the duties associated with this position, an employee (using approved agency lifting techniques) will be called upon to support and lift adult individuals with developmental and other disabilities; transfer these individuals to and from wheelchairs; to and from beds; on and off toilet seats; in and out of showers; and, in and out of vans or other vehicles. An employee in this position must be able to physically intervene (when appropriate and in an approved manner) to protect the individual from causing harm to themselves or others and to safely evacuate the community residence/van/facility during an emergency. These duties may entail lifting/supporting/transferring up to 50 pounds on one or more occasions during the work shift and occasionally up to 200 pounds with assistance from other staff or devices.

Employees will regularly be required to stand; walk; sit; use hands (or hands and arms) to carry, finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop; crouch and kneel. Employees will also be regularly required to hear (with or without hearing devices), see (with or without corrective lenses) and speak.

Other Requirements

- Access to reliable transportation
- Active valid driver's license and driving record that has no more than two (2) points.
- Maintenance of all required trainings under DDA guidelines and The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region policies and procedures.
- Flexibility of scheduling to meet agency and program needs; including but not limited to, on-call nights and weekends.

About us

Since 1953, The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region has helped people with differing abilities build better lives one person at a time. Supporting individuals and their families over, “The Arc of a Lifetime,†by empowering people with differing abilities to live, work and thrive in the community.

Our work environment includes:

Safe work environment
On-the-job training
Relaxed atmosphere
Job Type: Full-time


8 hour shift
Monday to Friday
Ability to commute/relocate:

Aberdeen, MD 21001: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Preferred)

Driver's License (Required)
Work Location: One location
Starting at $41,000
-Medical, Dental, Vision
-Life Insurance
-Retirement Plan
-Employee Assistance Program
-Tuition reimbursement
-9 paid holidays
-15 paid vacation days
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Employ Prince George's, Inc. Stephanie Randall Chief Program Officer Employ Prince George's Chief Program Officer is the leader of the Workforce Services Division, providing executive management of Employ Prince George's workforce development programs, initiatives, and activities serving job seekers and businesses. The Chief Program Officer is responsible for the development and implementation of strategies that drive the success of the division, developing and improving programs, leading the programmatic support of Employ Prince George's grant and contract applications, and managing the fiscal and programmatic success of the Workforce Services Division programs.

Employ Prince George's performs multiple functions for the Prince George's County Workforce Development Board. As required by federal regulations, Employ Prince George's has established internal firewalls to protect the integrity of each function. All Workforce Services Division staff are prohibited from serving and operating, simultaneously, as staff to the Prince George's County Workforce Development Board. As the Chief of the Workforce Services Division, the Chief Program Officer represents Employ Prince George's as the WIOA Title I Career Services Provider when the President & CEO, other division Chiefs, and employees are operating as staff of the Prince George's County Workforce Development Board. The Chief Program Officer also acts as a representative of the organization as a programmatic service provider of Employ DMV.

Reporting, Working Relationships, & Classification:

The Chief Program Officer is a member of Employ Prince George's Executive Leadership Team, leads all staff within the Workforce Services Division, and reports to the President & CEO. They work closely with the leadership of each division within Employ Prince George's to ensure the departments and programs operating within the division achieve their mission, objectives, and goals. The Chief Program Officer supervises Workforce Services Division department directors, and other staff as necessary.

This position is exempt from overtime.

Essential Responsibilities:

    Leading the formulation and management of the division's grant and contractual goals
    Day-to-day management of the Workforce Services Division and the departments operating within the division
    Development of the annual divisional, departmental, and programmatic budgets
    Cultivating and maintaining relationships that support the success of the Workforce Services Division
    Representing Employ Prince George's within the Prince George's County American Job Center Community Network
    Professional development of the Workforce Services Division's directors, staff, and other direct reports
    Ensuring the Workforce Services Division operates within the guidelines of federal, state, and local regulations
    Consistently assessing Workforce Services Division departments, directors, and programs to ensure maximum efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and exceptional customer service
    Coordinating cross-departmental and divisional strategies to ensure program and division success

Must have a minimum of seven years of workforce development experience, specifically with WIOA Title I programs, to be considered.

To Be Successful in This Role You'll Need:

    Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Public Policy, Social Work, Public Administration, Sociology, Organizational Development or a related field
    At least 7 years of experience in workforce development, with direct experience with WIOA
    Minimum of 3 years of senior supervisory experience with staff operating workforce development programs
    At least 5 years of management experience, preferably at a director level
    Experience as a WIOA Title I Adult, Dislocated Worker, and/or Youth Career Services Provider
    Experience working with complex workforce development and/or human services systems
    Demonstrated ability to move ideas and vision to implementation successfully ensuring the quality and continuity of programs and services
    Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal, presentation, planning, and organizational skills
    Ability to adapt to a changing work environment and possess the flexibility to multi-task and meet divisional needs
    Ability to generate innovative ideas and effectively communicate them verbally and in  writing
    Capacity to comprehend system-wide strategy/vision and communicate it to stakeholders
    Capability to assess the strengths of others and maximize them to accomplish goals and work objectives
    Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook

Other Highly Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Experience, and Key Characteristics:

    Knowledge of the Maryland Workforce Exchange, Geographic Solutions Virtual One Stop, or a related State Labor Exchange
    Demonstrated proficiency in grant writing and resource development
    Knowledge of federal regulations related to WIOA, Community Development Block Grants, and the American Rescue Plan Act
    Experience as a One Stop Operator
    Certified as a Global Career Development Facilitator, Certified Workforce Development Professional, or Certified Business Services Consultant

$135,000 per year. Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), LegalShield, Aflac, 401k w/ employer contribution, DashPass membership, Internet Allowance, and more. Submit your resume and cover letter here:
Employ Prince George's, Inc. Stephanie Randall Director, Advocacy & Compliance

The Director, Advocacy & Compliance is an integral part of the Employ Prince George's (EPG) team, who is responsible for serving as the organization's General Council, Corporate Governance and Compliance advisor and principal on all advocacy efforts with key stakeholders.

Leading the Advocacy & Compliance Department, the Director is the organization's principal legal advisor who is responsible for a wide variety of duties that effectively maintain the organization's legal standing. The Director, Advocacy & Compliance must understand and interpret workforce policy at the federal, state, and local levels. They will routinely review and write legal contracts, negotiate contracts, and ensure legal compliance. This role will serve as a leader in building and maintaining effective relationships both within and outside the organization. The Director will compile relevant data, success stories, and best practices and share those stories with key stakeholders to ensure workforce development remains a priority issue in Prince George's County. The Director will be expected to manage competing goals under routinely tight deadlines.

The Director, Advocacy & Compliance, reports to the Chief Operating Officer and works closely with the President & CEO and Executive Leadership. This position is Exempt and does not currently supervise staff.

Must have a Law Degree and license to practice in the state of Maryland.

Essential Responsibilities:

General Council

    Provide legal advice and strategy to the organization’s Executive Team
    Overseeing the legal matters of the organization
    Research and brief Executive team on new laws and updates to technical guidance related to workforce development at the local, state and national level.
    Guide in operationalizing the priorities of the Workforce Development Board and ensure legal sufficiency of the proposed strategies
    Legally filing for copyright of intellectual property
    Oversee the compliance and risk management activities for the organization
    Advise Executive Leadership on contractual issues, legal risks, and business terms of proposed business agreements
    Write and review various internal legal contracts
    Negotiate vendor contracts

Corporate Governance and Compliance

    Maintaining and update the organization's governance framework
    Monitoring processes for compliance
    Attend general sessions, policy forums, and other events related to economic or workforce policy, regulations, and governance
    Review policies, grant performance standards, and provider contracts for legal sufficiency
    Read, interpret, and summarize new and proposed policies at the federal, state, and local level
    Establishing and maintaining a record of operational tools, such as procedure manuals and contract/MOU templates
    Liaising with board members and key stakeholders to fulfill their requests for information


    Identify and advance policy priorities and solutions that advance Employ Prince George's goals that are set in consultation with board staff
    Monitor, attend, and testify at policy and legislative hearings, events, and conferences on behalf of EPG, the Workforce Development Board, and the Prince George's County American Job Center Community Network
    Prepare clear and convincing policy briefs, white papers, testimony, fact sheets, case studies and recommendation reports
    Maintain clear positions on issues to ensure Employ Prince George's can be nimble and responsive as the need arises
    Provide updates to staff and ensure organization's external communications and outreach is accurate and representative of the organization's policy positions

To Be Successful in This Role You'll Need:

    Law Degree and license to practice in the state of Maryland
    Demonstrated knowledge and familiarity with Workforce Development
    Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal, and organizational skills
    Ability to independently research law and policy to interpret and summarize the content
    Proficient computer skills, including MS Office applications and CRMs

Other Highly Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Experience, and Key Characteristics:

    Ability to conduct extensive research, source relevant data and labor market information
    The candor and tact to challenge thinking and discuss sensitive subjects
    Available to travel and work weekends/evenings as needed

$100,000 Full benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision, 401k w/employer contribution, FSA, LegalShield, Aflac, DashPass, Internet Allowance, and more. Submit your resume and cover letter here:
Spring Dell Center Inc. Tyler Vollenberg Staff Development Coordinator We are looking for a self-motivated, extremely organized Staff Development Coordinator to join our team. This Coordinator position will ensure all aspects of Spring Dell Center training guidelines are delivered on a day-to-day basis while establishing respectable connections with outside agencies for training opportunities. If you are creative, enthusiastic and enjoy seeing others grow their professional careers while supporting individuals with Developmental and/or Intellectual Disabilities APPLY NOW!


Develop and maintains a training documentation system that abides by state, federal and all training requirements set by the Office of Health Care Quality and, DDA.
Generates and maintains employee training record database including expiration, required training, upcoming courses, training compliance and a list of required training for each staff member.
Conducts organization-wide training needs assessment to identify skills and/or knowledge gaps 
Develops or arranges the training that is appropriate for adult learners; coordinates all arrangements for training: computer access, room, refreshments, speakers, audio/visual, etc.
Develops new training materials and implements new approaches, such as new technology when evaluating existing training methods.
Evaluates training by gathering staff input regarding the quality of training offered. Implementing any necessary changes to enhance training effectiveness and outcome measurements.
Train Staff
Evaluate training annually
Knowledge of professional networking and establishes outside connections for training opportunities.
Explores innovative training curriculum, monitors and schedules required training, coordinates trainers to teach courses and maintains all training files: computer and paper.
Coordinate training outside agency when necessary
Curriculum development
Maintain digital copies of training records


High School Diploma or GED
1 or more years experience with Data Entry in Microsoft Excel
2 years of Administrative or Management experience
2 years of training/teaching experience
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
Valid US Driver's license with 2 or more years driving experience
Experience working with adults with developmental disabilities preferred
Bachelor's Degree Preferred (NOT Required)
Knowledge of OSHA Regulations
Ability to interact in a positive manner, understand and communicate quickly
IT experience
Advanced Computer Skills, Excel, Microsoft Office Suite, etc.
Knowledge of DDA Service Systems preferred
Hourly Salary Range: $43,188.10 annually

Status:  Full Time

Shift: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm with some flex evenings/weekends

Hours per pay period:   80   

Location:  Charles County, MD

Benefits and Perks:
-Paid Training
-Paid Travel Expenses
-Paid Holidays
-Health Insurance
-403b Retirement Plan
-Tuition Reimbursement
-Free $10,000 Life Insurance/Accidental Death and Dismemberment
-Direct Deposit
-Annual Leave
-Sick Leave
-Military Leave
-Jury Duty Leave
-Bereavement Leave
Please apply on our website: 
The Arc Montgomery County Clyde Agnew Jr Direct Support Professional Responsible for providing the supports needed to promote and empower the people supported to realize their personal goals, become valued members of their communities with equal rights, and provide opportunities to make choices and construct fulfilling lives by developing mutual, authentic and lasting connections with other people.  The Direct Support Professional ensures each person's safety and well-being, while assisting him or her in caring for and managing his or her life $16.42 - $17.25 Go to agency's website to complete online application.