JOB TITLE:  Rural Independent Living Advisor (ILA)


ABOUT CPWD:
CPWD is a Center for Independent Living (CIL), which is a cross‑disability, consumer‑directed, nonresidential private nonprofit agency operated in a local region by individuals with disabilities, providing various independent living services. At least 51% of our staff and Board are people with disabilities. Join us!

The Mission of the Center for People with Disabilities is to provide resources, information and advocacy to assist people with disabilities in overcoming barriers to independent living. CPWD's goal is an integrated community that equally welcomes all members. The Center for People with Disabilities works so that people with disabilities may live independently. We believe that there is nothing more disabling than pity.

SUMMARY:
This position will focus on providing Independent Living services to Boulder and Gilpin counties with a targeted focus on the rural Peak-to-Peak region and eastern Boulder County. Services may include: individual and systems advocacy, Independent Living skills training, information and referral services, peer support; and benefits, housing and employment assistance to consumers requesting CPWD services. The individual in this position will serve as a role model and mentor for people with disabilities within the community, and maintain positive and effective relationships with CPWD staff and partner agencies.

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JOB TITLE:  Program Manager

FSLA/EMPLOYEE STATUS:  Full-Time (37.5 hours/week); Exempt


ABOUT CPWD:
CPWD is a Center for Independent Living (CIL), which is a cross‑disability, consumer‑directed, nonresidential private nonprofit agency operated in a local region by individuals with disabilities, providing various independent living services. At least 51% of our staff and Board are people with disabilities. Join us!

The Mission of the Center for People with Disabilities is to provide resources, information and advocacy to assist people with disabilities in overcoming barriers to independent living. CPWD's goal is an integrated community that equally welcomes all members. The Center for People with Disabilities works so that people with disabilities may live independently. We believe that there is nothing more disabling than pity.

SUMMARY:

The Program Manager is responsible for identifying opportunities to strengthen and further develop CPWD’s existing fee-for-service programs, as well as developing revenue generating services into new programs and/or new geographical areas.  This position manages the day-to-day operations, personnel, outreach, and reporting for several key CPWD fee producing programs and services, such as the Veterans Independence Program, Employment Program, and Post-Transition services.

This position is a senior manager, a member of CPWD’s Executive Team, and is expected to work closely and collaboratively with the Executive Team members.  As such, should be a team-oriented, outcome-focused individual with both programmatic, financial, and people management skills.  Duties may include additional projects or assignments delegated by Executive Director. Read More

 

 

 

 

DCRC LogoThe Disability Community Resource Center (DCRC), a founding leader in the independent living movement, is seeking an Executive Director (ED) with knowledge and experience in the disability services field. The successful candidate will excel at building strong relationships, providing strategic vision and leadership, and displaying superior fundraising and general management skills. S/he will build upon DCRC’s past successes, expand the reach and influence of programs and services and will broaden community and donor support for the organization and its programs.

The ED reports to the President of the Board of Directors and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission, funding requirements and financial objectives. The ED provides leadership to the Board in the areas of public policy, planning and program development. The ED is the organization’s chief fundraiser and spokesperson, and is responsible for cultivating partnerships with government, corporate and foundation leaders, individual donors, and local, state, and national advocacy groups and agencies.

Read more: DCRC EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Executive Director

Access Independence, Inc. (Ai) is a nonprofit, consumer-controlled organization whose mission is to promote independent living by providing services that enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities living in Virginia’s Northern Shenandoah Valley.  Ai is located in Winchester and serves the surrounding five counties as a Center for Independent Living.  As one of seventeen centers located across the state, Ai provides advocacy and independent living services to individuals with a wide variety of disabilities.  Ai is currently seeking an Assistant Executive Director to join our team.  Please review the position details and see the section labeled Application Instructions for more information.  Ai is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (AED)

Full-Time Exempt Position

Reports to Executive Director (ED)

Summary:

The Assistant Executive Director (AED) will report to and work closely with the Executive Director.

The AED is responsible for managing the organization’s human, financial, and social resources.

The AED will also assist in managing the accounting, operations, program, and personnel functions of the organization.

Read more: ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR at Access Independence, Inc.

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