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CUMAC, one of the largest food security organizations in Passaic County, NJ, is recruiting a Chief Development Officer

CUMAC (Center of United Methodist Aid to the Community), is one of the largest food security organizations in Passaic County with programming and organizational culture grounded in community-building and preventing the occurrence of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). CUMAC is recruiting its next Chief Development Officer. This is a full-time position in downtown Paterson, New Jersey reporting to the Board of Trustees and providing competitive salary and benefits. The organization seeks a passionate and collaborative leader who is committed to the continued growth of the organization, and is prepared to offer a competitive salary range of $85,000 to $115,000 plus a generous benefits package.

CUMAC’s mission is to fight hunger and its root causes through a holistic, trauma-informed approach that provides groceries and basic necessities to families and individuals in need. The organization had its humble beginnings in a small church basement where it served hungry Paterson school children and has now grown to a 28,000-square-foot facility serving over 3,300 people monthly. The organization remains dedicated to the alleviation of hunger and its root causes.

The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and public speaking skills, as well as extraordinary passion for CUMAC’s mission and work. The organization seeks a fundraising professional who had the ability to inspire trust and camaraderie in employees and potential donors alike. Click here or on the image to view the full ideal candidate profile.

If you would like to express your interest in this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Jay Weisman, Managing Director, at jay@dcm-associates.com. If you would like to discuss the opportunity further or would like to recommend a candidate, please contact Dennis C. Miller, Founder & Chairman at dennis@dcm-associates.com.


PCDI has the following positions to offer:

Teaching Parents –A couple, to live in and supervise a group home intervention program for 5 adults with autism. Both members of the couple are responsible for managing a household for five adults with autism in a community-based group home in Ewing, New Jersey. Responsibilities include assisting in the development of learners’ instruction and treatment goals–special emphasis is placed on home, and community-living skills, collecting and summarizing data on learner performance, interacting with parents, siblings, and neighbors, and ensuring that interventions are designed to improve the quality-of-life experience by the residents. The home is designed to provide high levels of instruction in a family setting. The couple is supported by two full-time professionals (Associate Therapists) and a trainer consultant. Ongoing training in autism intervention, administrative support, and career-development opportunities will be provided. PCDI would prefer that one member of the couple have a college degree and some experience working with people with autism or other developmental disabilities. Highly qualified individuals currently enrolled in a college or university will be considered for free supervision for BCBA certification. 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. weekdays, some weekends. Email resume, cover letter and how you learned about PCDI to applicants@pcdi.org, or fax to: Gregory S. MacDuff, Ph.D., 609-924-4119. AA/EOE.

Residential Behavior Specialist needed a for community-based group home for adults with autism. Responsibilities include ensuring that learners are successful in an array of home, leisure, and community activities. Candidates should have experience with people with developmental disabilities, or academic work in psychology, education, or related field. Intensive training, administrative support, and career-development opportunities are provided. B.A. in Psychology, Education, or related field is preferred. Highly qualified individuals currently enrolled in a college or university will be considered for free supervision for BCBA certification. 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. weekdays, some weekends. Email resume, cover letter and how you learned about PCDI to applicants@pcdi.org, or fax to: Gregory S. MacDuff, Ph.D., 609-924-4119. AA/EOE.

Residential Behavior Specialist needed to support adults with autism living in a supervised apartment program. Responsibilities include ensuring that learners are successful in an array of home, leisure, and community activities. Candidates should have experience with people with developmental disabilities, or academic work in psychology, education, or related field. Intensive training, administrative support, and career-development opportunities are provided. B.A. in Psychology, Education, or related field is preferred. Highly qualified individuals currently enrolled in a college or university will be considered for free supervision for BCBA certification. 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. weekdays, some weekends. Email resume, cover letter and how you learned about PCDI to applicants@pcdi.org, or fax to: Gregory S. MacDuff, Ph.D., 609-924-4119. AA/EOE.

Life Coach/ Therapist needed for a supported-employment program for adults with autism. Responsibilities include teaching a broad array of skills, including physical-fitness, speech and language, recreation, social, self-care, home and community living, and work skills. Candidates should have experience with people with developmental disabilities, or academic work in psychology, education, or related field. Intensive training, administrative support, and career-development opportunities are provided. Highly qualified individuals currently enrolled in a college or university will be considered for free supervision for BCBA certification. Regular work hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays. Occasional late afternoons or evenings on weekdays, and daytime and evenings on weekends during a 5-day work-week. Email resume, cover letter and how you learned about PCDI to applicants@pcdi.org, or fax to: Gregory S. MacDuff, Ph.D., 609-924-4119. AA/EOE.

PCDI has been named in The Philadelphia Inquirer’s 2021 list of Top Places to Work.


Family Services Coordinator

This position is responsible for overseeing the operations of person-centered programs that allow for the acquisition of functional skills leading to increased independent community participation for the individuals served. Responsible for providing direct supervision to the In-Home Supports Managers and oversight for the In-Home Supports and Independent Supports Program Direct Support Professionals.

Essential Job Functions:

• Responsible for the overall daily operations and all aspects of the In-Home and Independent Supports Programs, directly supervising Case Managers.

• Assures program compliance with new and existing plans by providing oversight and participating in the development of the Individual Service Plan (ISP).

· Serves as an active member of the individuals’ interdisciplinary team (IDT).

• Maintains regular, professional communications with families, support coordinators and others involved with the individuals enrolled in services.

• Provides a positive and energetic on-site orientation for all newly hired employees.

• Supports and ensures the continuous development of new and existing staff in the quality delivery of services.

• Participates in the referral and intake process for new enrollments and promotes the benefits of the program.

• Ensures that daily progress notes and attendance records are completed in the EHR system (Therap), sharing findings to case managers.

• Monitors the EHR in Therap to ensure complete and quality documentation; supports staff development efforts as needed.

• Participates in QA audits and follows through on related QA assignments for compliance purposes.

• Monitors individuals progress making updates as necessary; completes progress reports as required by management.

• Approves records, T-logs for Payroll and Medicaid billing purposes and provides support as needed in the absence of the Case Manager.

• Reviews and approves case notes for the In-Home Supports staff in the absence of the Case Manager.

• Conduct monthly supervision with Case Managers to ensure continued quality of services.

• Collaborates with the Directors of Human Resources and Quality Assurance on training and regulatory compliance issues.

• Works closely with Quality Assurance in developing policies and procedures for all service programs.

• Responsible for internal interactions with management and staff as well as external interactions with individuals, families/advocates, providers, and State Representatives.

• Completes Quality Assurance reviews as needed.

• Performs other related job duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree in related field necessary.

· Minimum of one 3-5 years’ experience working directly with persons with developmental disabilities.

· Must be 21 years of age or older.

· Must be willing to work flexible hours, including occasional weekend and/or evening hours.


Intake Coordinator

This position serves as a key member of the Programs operations team. Responsible for the overall coordination and facilitation of new admissions to the Agency. Supports and assists all agency programs as well as Recruitment, Quality Assurance and Finance staff and other key stakeholders to facilitate vital data information for persons served within the organization. Assures accuracy in individual support plans and billing authorizations for the individuals served.

Essential Job Functions:

· Acts as point person for all agency admissions and liaison to the Support Coordinators; reviews all Individual Service Plan submissions and communicates any need for changes with Support Coordinators.

· Assists families with the application process for obtaining funding through the NJ Department of Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities.

· Gathers and reviews all intake documents to determine eligibility for services and ensure that all documentation is in compliance with Agency standards.

· Facilitates the admission process, including scheduling the initial Meet & Greets and sharing information obtained with the Admissions Team.

· Maintain a waiting list of screened and qualified applicants.

· Upload all applicant documents into Therap.

· Maintain all applicant information in the Intake Log/Spreadsheet.

· Reviews Individual Service Plans (ISP) in Therap to monitor expiring plans.

· Schedules Interdisciplinary team meetings (IDT) as required.

· Serves an integral role during the intake process by capturing and communicating the requisite information to determine the appropriate placement into the organization.

· Develops strong relationships with community stakeholders, including local school districts, to identify opportunities for program growth and expansion.

· Coordinates the Parent Support Group, Advocacy Group, and Speaker series events.

· Monitor, identify and resolve problems, and when necessary, route requests to internal and external resources for problem-solving.

· Delivers excellent customer service with a high degree of flexibility and independent judgement, following standardized operating procedures to meet the needs of internal and external customers.

· Conducts and/or participates in meetings, attend trainings and workshops, serve on committees, and attend other events as assigned.

· Performs other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree in Social Services field, Public Health Administration, or related field preferred.

· Minimum 2-3 years’ relevant experience in the field.

· Must possess strong written and verbal communication skills.

· Must possess excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.

· Must demonstrate the capacity to work effectively with electronic health records; experience with Therap preferred.

· Must demonstrate knowledge of DDD policies and procedures related to priority applicants, such as those with an acuity level need for services


Music instructor

The Music Teacher teaches music theory and related concepts and carries out activities related to music and song for Pre Vocational Program participants. The Instructor develops the curriculum and lesson plans for the classes and oversees all musical-related activities in the Day Program.

Essential Job Functions:

· Teaches classes related to music, song and dance on a daily basis, Monday-Friday, to young adults with special needs.

· Works with assistant instructor to develop and implement lesson plans so that participants may both observe and gain hands-on experience with technology.

· Implements a team approach in engaging participants in classroom activities.

· Develops an inclusive approach to musical education that involves all participants, regardless of their skill set.

· Monitors the work of all participants, focusing on safety in the classroom.

· Performs all other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

· Minimum 2-5 years of instruction or other related experience in an educational or non-profit setting preferred.

· 1-2years of instructional experience working with young adults with special needs preferred.

· Associates degree in related field, Bachelor’s degree preferred.

· Subject matter expert in the musical domain, including the ability to develop lesson plans.

· Ability to relate and successfully connect with students with special needs.


Culinary Instructor

The Culinary Arts Instructor is responsible for developing lesson plans and holding classes for students in the pre-vocational program to help prepare them for careers as cooks or chefs in the foodservice industry. The instructor implements a culinary arts curriculum designed to help students gain hands-on experience in the culinary field. This position ensures that the lessons are meaningful and align with food service industry needs and trends.

Essential Job Functions:

· Teaches classes related to cooking techniques and food preparation on a daily basis, Monday-Friday, for young adults with special needs.

· Works with the assistant instructor to develop and implement lesson plans so that participants may both observe and gain hands-on experience with food service practices, nutrition, menu planning and sanitation guidelines.

· Develops an inclusive approach to a culinary arts education that involves all participants, regardless of their skill set.

· Monitors the work of all participants, focusing on safety and sanitation in the classroom.

· Assists the Lead Instructor with curriculum development as needed.

· Assist the Lead Instructor with activities related to developing the culinary career program, including purchasing kitchen equipment, menu planning, partnering with community vendors, etc.

· Performs all other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

· Minimum 2-5 years of experience in the foodservice industry or related experience in an educational or institutional setting.

· 1-2years of instructional experience working with young adults with special needs is a plus.

· Bachelor’s degree in Culinary Arts preferred, or Associates degree in related field with significant experience in the foodservice industry.

· Must have expertise in the culinary arts, including Food Handlers and Sanitation certificates.


Behavioral Health Nurse

Under general supervision, the Behavioral Health Nurse provides professional nursing care to clients with developmental disabilities who have behavioral needs, providing direct care services which include facilitating social and emotional needs, providing teaching to clients and their families, supervising medication schedules and evaluating client progress.

Essential Job Functions:

• Conducts intake assessments through interviews with clients and relatives to gather case history.

• Plans and provides nursing care for patients.

• Makes nursing diagnosis of the medical and emotional status of clients and recommends treatment options.

• Consults with physicians and other behavioral health staff in designing appropriate treatment plans for clients.

• Administers and notes reactions to psychotropic drugs and other medications.

• Arranges further medical attention when necessary.

• Assists the client in understanding the nature of emotional disturbances and accepting the need for treatment.

• Keep accurate written charts and records of client activities and progress. Complies with all laws, rules, regulations, protocols, policies, and procedures.

• Use professional judgment to ascertain and to apply appropriate intervention techniques with clients in crisis.

• Assists in maintaining a safe and secure environment for staff and clients.

• Tests for vital signs of pain and ensures treatment of pain.

• Documents all client information on medical charts and follows physician’s written orders.

• Maintains patient confidentiality.

• Maintains accurate records and documentation of client treatments, immunizations and laboratory results according to standard medical recordkeeping.

• Performs administrative assignments such as filing, answering phones, typing, and completing progress notes in the computer system.

• Performs related duties, as requested.

• Upholds the Agency’s code of ethics and customer service standards.

• Performs other tasks or duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Associate or BSN degree from an accredited college or university.

• CPR certification and Behavior/Crisis Management certification required. BLS, ACLS certifications a plus.

• Valid NJ RN license in good standing required.

• Minimum of 2 years clinical experience, preferably in a behavioral healthcare setting, DD/ID setting or combination of education and experience.

• Knowledgeable of patient rights and laws pertaining to behavioral health and regulations pertaining to psychiatric nursing and the treatment of the mentally and/or emotionally ill. Knowledge of theories, principles, and techniques of group and individual psychotherapy; symptoms and behavior patterns of developmentally disabled individuals

10.12.2022

DCM is accepting applications for the role of Regional Director at Dungarvin, a leading national provider of services for individuals with developmental disabilities

DCM Associates, Inc. is leading the search for a Regional Director for Dungarvin, a national provider of services for individuals with developmental
disabilities Dungarvin, a national organization of privately owned companies dedicated to providing high quality, community-based supports to people with varying support needs, is recruiting a Regional Director for its New Jersey, Connecticut, and North Carolina locations. The ideal candidate will be an
experienced professional in the field of developmental disabilities who is passionate about the mission and values of Dungarvin.

Founded in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1976, Dungarvin employs approximately
4,000 people who currently provide supports to over 5,000 individuals across
15 states. Dungarvin works closely with each person, and with those close to
the individual, to discover and understand their unique set of aspirations, goals,
strengths, and dreams. Helping people with developmental disabilities achieve
their full potential improves the entire community’s quality of life. Dungarvin is
proud to be a part of that process.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Arts degree, master’s preferred,
and a minimum of ten years of experience in the field of developmental
disabilities. Candidates who have demonstrated leadership experience in the
field and have the ability to meet operational and fiscal goals of Dungarvin will
be preferred. The organization is eager to review candidates who are ready to
demonstrate a commitment to the values of Dungarvin as well. Click here to
view the full candidate profile.

If you would like to express your interest in this position, please send a cover
letter and resume to Gregory Nielsen, Managing Director, at gregory@dcmassociates.com. If you would like to discuss the opportunity further or would like to recommend a candidate, please contact Dennis C. Miller, Founder & Chairman at dennis@dcm-associates.com.

Download the full job description for Dungarvin, Regional Director

10.04.2022

DCM Associates, Inc. is leading the search for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for CUMAC, one of the largest food security organizations in Passaic County, NJ

CUMAC (Center of United Methodist Aid to the Community), is one of the largest food security organizations in Passaic County with programming and organizational culture grounded in community-building and preventing the occurrence of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). CUMAC is recruiting its next CEO. This is a full-time position in downtown Paterson, New Jersey reporting to the Board of Trustees and providing competitive salary and benefits. The organization seeks a passionate and collaborative leader who is committed to the continued growth of the organization.

CUMAC’s mission is to fight hunger and its root causes through a holistic, trauma-informed approach that provides groceries and basic necessities to families and individuals in need. The organization had its humble beginnings in a small church basement where it served hungry Paterson school children and has now grown to a 28,000-square-foot facility serving over 3,300 people monthly. The organization remains dedicated to the alleviation of hunger and its root causes.

The ideal candidate will be an inspirational and mission-driven nonprofit professional who has a Bachelor of Arts degree, advanced degree preferred. The organization hopes to engage a welcoming leader who will value the diversity and experiences of the board, staff, and volunteers, and who will work to build lasting relationships with donor. Click here or on the image to view the full ideal candidate profile.

If you would like to express your interest in this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Joe Duffy, President of Executive Search, at joe@dcm-associates.com. If you would like to discuss the opportunity further or would like to recommend a candidate, please contact Dennis C. Miller, Founder & Chairman at dennis@dcm-associates.com.

Executive Director

Devereux New Jersey

The ideal candidate for the Devereux New Jersey Executive Director position will be a highly visible and impactful servant leader who will provide oversight of our statewide programs and services for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental, emotional, behavioral and medical challenges. Click here for complete job details. If you would like to express your interest in this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Stephen Bruce, Operating Vice President, at sbruce@devereux.org.

Stephen Bruce, M.Ed., BCBA

Operating Vice President

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health

sbruce@devereux.org

www.devereux.org

Residential Clinical Director

JSDD

INTRODUCTION: New and exciting career opportunity for a Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who will provide clinical leadership for residents and staff of JSDD residential sites. The individual in this position will develop meaningful programming for residents; train, supervise, and evaluate staff on clinical and professional performance; and ensure compliance with state agency regulations and best practice standards. The is a professional, full-time position (but JSDD will consider a highly qualified part time employee).

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Clinical & Professional Leadership

  • Create an environment that is supportive of participants’ needs and that uses evidence-based practices for intervention purposes.
  • Serve as a model for clinical intervention provision that emphasizes positive and best practices based on behavioral strategies.
  • Develop planned and meaningful activities and intervention strategies to ensure resident progress and enjoy high-quality life experiences in the residence and in the community.
  • Develop residents’ treatment plans, as well as supervise Behavior Technicians to implement such plans.
  • Develops residents’ daily and weekly schedules in alignment with intervention goals.
  • Provide professional development through hands-on training experiences, staff meetings, and workshop trainings.
  • Regularly provide timely performance feedback to staff on clinical and professional issues.
  • Motivate and inspire confidence and best practices in clinical staff.
  • Maintain high level of competency and expertise; consistently strive for excellence; serve as a role model to staff for continuing skill development.
  • Establish and convey an expectation of clinical accountability, transparency, integrity, and effectiveness to all staff and families.
  • Work as a collaborative team member.
  • Maintain high visibility in intervention settings, ensuring regular interaction with staff and residents during all scheduled shifts.
  • Seek out and engage all pertinent stakeholders (including parents, guardians, siblings, and staff members) to obtain input, answer questions, and resolve challenges.
  • Develop functional and reliable data collection activities; train and evaluate staff with respect to regular data collection and analysis to ensure resident progress
  • Maintain an open-door policy, addressing all staff questions or concerns regarding any aspect of any clinical operation or initiative.
  • Interface regularly with House Manager and Executive Director to ensure a positive team-approach and best-practice model.
  • Interact regularly with Behavioral Consultants to the program to problem solve and advance the residential and community support programs.
  • Regularly engage and communicate with parents, guardians, siblings, and support coordinators to ensure their ongoing involvement in goal development, programming and residential and community activities.
  • Ensure compliance with ethical standards in intervention by all staff (based on the Behavior Analyst Certification Board Ethical Standards Code).
  • Recruits and interview staff for the residential program.
  • Cooperate with all JSDD and Department of Human Services inspections or investigations.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • MA degree and BCBA certification by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board preferred. Individuals who have a BA degree and experience in the fields of Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Intervention or who are actively enrolled in a MA or BCBA Certificate Program will be considered on an individual basis.
  • If the candidate is BCBA certified, the individual must meet all CEU requirements and maintain the BCBA credential in alignment with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) standards.
  • Demonstrate prior training and clinical experience in providing applied behavior analytic intervention strategies to adults; experience with autism spectrum disorders preferred.
  • This position is considered a leadership role and the ideal candidate must have analytical skills necessary to synthesize a variety of clinical and social data to determine appropriate intervention plans and monitor effectiveness of treatment programs.
  • Positive and passionate demeanor and willingness to work with a team of professionals to ensure positive experiences for the residents.
  • Be willing to maintain a flexible schedule, including evenings, overnights, and weekends at various times to ensure consistency in programming across all shifts and staff members.

Salary commensurate with experience, credentials, full/part time.

Resumes can be emailed to Lalvarez@jsddmetrowest.org

Support Coordinator

DPD

What’s the role of a Support Coordinator?

  • To manage support coordination services for each participant, including individual discovery, ISP development, plan coordination and plan monitoring.
  • To communicate effectively with supervisors, participants and their families, other service providers and with DDD representatives.
  • This job requires a significant amount of written documentation. The employee will cooperate with the agency’s administration and/or Division and DHS staff in any inspection or investigation.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in any field and 1 year of experience working with adult (21 or older) individuals with developmental disabilities:
  • The experience must be the equivalent of a year of full-time documented experience working with adults (21 or older) with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
  • This experience can include paid employment, volunteer experience, and/or being a family caregiver of an adult with a developmental disability; If you have previously provided care coordination to a different population and some percentage of the individuals you served had developmental disabilities, you may be able to demonstrate the equivalent of a year of experience working with adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Must have a driver’s license which is valid in the State of New Jersey. 40-60 WPM typing skills, office skills, intermediate to advanced computer skills and organizational skills, and able to operate office equipment.
  • Travel will be required throughout Sussex County and beyond to meet the needs of the individuals being supported.

To apply, please visit: https://www.ccpaterson.org/careers

Quality Assurance Manager

The P.I.L.O.T. Services

WHO WE ARE: Personalized Independent Living Opportunities and Training, or P.I.L.O.T. Services, is a small organization providing Day Programs & Residential supports to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Being small has its advantages and we believe enables us to do so much more; and this sets us apart from the bigger operations out there. Become part of our team! We are under new leadership and excited about our new “We Care” approach for those we support and our staff. Are you looking to join a small but passionate organization? If you are interested in promoting and supporting others, and have a solid work ethic please seek us out for an interview. We are looking for a Quality Assurance Manager. The Quality Assurance Manager is responsible for establishing quality indicators, reporting of unusual incidents and forwarding reports to the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities; and tracking and trending of incidents and investigation of significant incidents as they occur. This is full-time position located at our Headquarters in Berlin, NJ, but with ongoing contact/visits to our Group Homes and Day Programs located throughout South Jersey. The right candidate must present strong organizational, written, and verbal communication skills, and have a thorough knowledge of the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), and NJ Department of Human Services (DHS). This position reports to the Chief Operating Officer.

SENIOR DIRECTOR OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

CADES

SWARTHMORE, PA

CADES is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities. At CADES, value is placed on respect, trust, and the dignity of each individual to empower them to achieve their highest potential. CADES offers a continuum of high-quality, supportive services through four programs: Early Intervention, George Crothers Memorial School, Adult Day Program, and Community Living Arrangements. These four core programs work seamlessly with each other and can accommodate those with special needs from infancy through adulthood.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Senior Director of Residential Services will lead Community Living Arrangements, the largest division within CADES, and run its day-to-day operations in alignment with the CADES mission, vision, core values, and strategic plan. The Senior Director is a thought leader responsible for evaluating, developing, and implementing an array of innovative services for adults living with developmental disability and diagnosed with medical comorbidities to ensure that the organization continues to provide the highest quality of care. The position is a key member of the senior leadership team. Overseeing a $17 million budget, the Senior Director provides oversight, direction, and strategy to effectively manage the budget, maximize positive operating margin, and recommend investments to meet organizational objectives.

Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 10 years of progressive management experience with complex organizations serving at-risk individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. The successful candidate will possess a working knowledge of federal and state contractual and licensure requirements as well as funding. Must have strong management skills, marked by a collaborative leadership style, a desire to innovate, and the ability to develop and mentor a staff. The successful candidate will have the ability to administer, manage, and maintain a balanced budget while maximizing revenue and optimizing staffing. Master’s degree required. Willing and able to travel.

For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on CADES, visit our website at www.lambertassoc.com.

Qualified candidates may send resume to: Cathy McGeever

Lambert & Associates

222 S Manoa Road, Suite 201

Havertown, PA 19083 cfmcgeever@lambertassoc.com

Lambert & Associates, LLC • 222 South Manoa Road • Suite 201 • Havertown, Pennsylvania • 19083-3324 tel: (610) 924-9100 • fax: (610) 924-9210 • www.lambertassoc.com