Employment Opportunties

Employment Opportunities: 

Position: Human Resources Director


  • Manage recruitment, hiring, training, conflict resolution, terminations, and employment practices.
  • Develop and revise policies and procedures and job descriptions as necessary.
  • Administer employee benefits program.
  • Maintain compliance with all state, federal, and licensing requirements concerning employment practices and recordkeeping.
  • Advise management staff on Human Resources related questions.

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management or a related field.
  • Minimum of five years of experience in an HR related supervisory position.

For more information, please contact Katie Walker at [email protected] or (913)651-6810.




MISSOURI ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SERVICES (MACDDS) is seeking qualified applicants to fill its vacant Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer position. 

MACDDS is a 501(c)3 organization with a membership representing sixty-six (66) County Boards who obtain their authority under RSMO 205.968 – 205.972.  MACDDS is governed by a fifteen (15) member board of directors elected by the delegates representing the County Board members.  The Association also has 17 related private organizations and 1 affiliated public agency as members.  The Board is authorized to hire an Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer (ED/CEO) to conduct the business of the organization per its mission, vision, core values, and policies.

General Functions:

  • The ED/CEO is the chief staff administrator providing the professional leadership and administrative management of the Association’s policies and fiscal management of the organization’s $420,000 annual budget. 
  • The ED/CEO supervises other Association employees and outside independent consultants
  • Oversee the annual statewide conference that averages 400+ attendees. 
  • The ED/CEO represents the organization with the Association’s stakeholders.
  • He/she will represent the Association’s membership at various public policy meetings.
  • The ED/CEO will maintain a collaborative, cooperative relationship with other statewide Associations that have compatible missions with MACDDS. 
  • It is preferred that the ED/CEO live within commuting distance of Columbia or Jefferson City.  (Relocation stipend available).  Working from outside of the mid-Missouri area and attending meetings in Jefferson City or Columbia may be acceptable, depending on the individual’s experiences/expertise. 
  • Candidates for the ED/CEO position should have at least three years of executive leadership and management experiences in associations, nonprofit, or related fields.
  • A Master’s degree in nonprofit management, public administration or related field is preferred.
  • Candidates must be able to convey their experiences and expertise in successfully leading volunteer leaders. 
  • He/she needs to be a strong communicator, including being a poised and confident speaker.
  • The ED/CEO must be able to build constructive relationships and trust with the key stakeholders of the organization. 
  • The ED/CEO should be a strategic thinker, planner and an experienced change manager. 
  • He/she should have successful experiences in guiding an organization through challenging times. The next ED must have skill sets that will assist the MACDDS Board in fulfilling their responsibilities as the organization’s governing body.


Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with expertise and experience.  MACDDS is an EOE. 

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and a one to two page resume by 5 p.m. May 3, 2019 to Richard I. Goldbaum, Ph.D., Transitions In Leadership at [email protected]  Telephone calls or snail-mail will not be accepted.


Position: Development and Marketing Specialist

DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING SPECIALIST: Responsible for providing direction, development, planning, oversight, and implementation of marketing, fundraising, employee and public relations activities. Individual should be organized and possess strong verbal and written communication skills as well as proficiency with computer programs to create printed and audio/visual media to include social media. Preferred qualification is experience with fundraising and grant writing. Minimum requirements include Bachelor’s degree in mass communications, journalism, marketing, English, or closely related field. Two years related experience preferred.

Full-time, 37.5 hours per week. Competitive wages and excellent fringe benefit package includes medical/dental and life insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, and retirement program.

Pre-employment drug screening is required. Applications accepted until position is filled. For rewarding and challenging opportunities or further information contact: Human Resources Director BIG LAKES DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER, INC. 1416 Hayes Dr. Manhattan, KS 66502 (785) 776-9201 www.biglakes.org EOE/AA


Education and Communications Intern: To apply, send resume to [email protected] *internship is unpaid

  • Assist Director of Education and Communications in marketing and communications plan
  • Create content for InterHab Social Media accounts in coordination with Director
    • Generate imagery for association events and trainings
  • Support internal communications as needed
  • Assist in event planning meetings for InterHab annual conference
    • Oversee exhibitor showcase for the InterHab annual conference
  • Update InterHab website as needed
    • Help promote member job postings when submitted
  • Other duties as assigned


Pratt, Kansas -Residential Coordinator: Supervise residential staff who assist persons with disabilities to live and participate in the community.  The duties of this position include hiring, training, evaluating and scheduling at assigned locations.  Associates degree or two years of relevant experience preferably in residential program is required. The work schedule for this position is Sunday through Thursday. $29,120 – $43,108.

Dodge City, Kansas - Case Manager: Responsible for the management of client programs and services, including the management of a caseload as assigned.  Bachelor’s degree and 6 months experience in disability supports or the requirements for the State of Kansas to include a minimum of 6 months experience in the field of human services and either a Bachelor’s degree or additional experience in ID/.DD field which may be substituted for the degree at the rate of 6 months of full time experience for each missing semester of college.  $29,120-$41,132 ($1120 - $1582 biweekly).

Pratt, Kansas - Trainer: Primary responsibility is the coordination and implementation of staff orientation for assigned division.  Primary function is to provide on-site training to new staff members. Requires a high school diploma or GED with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in a direct care position. $11.80 - $17.05 per hour.

Dodge City, Kansas – Early Childhood Interventionist: Supports infants/toddlers and their families in home and community based settings. Responsible for completing screenings, evaluations, service planning, family coaching, and team collaboration in order to work toward identified outcomes for each child.  Serves as a Family Service Coordinator (FSC) for assigned families collaborating with other community resources. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education, be a Registered Nurse as verified by the State of Kansas OR a licensed Speech & Language Pathologist. Requires knowledge of early childhood development and early childhood disorders. Salary determined by Special Education Cooperative.

Pratt, Kansas - Early Childhood Interventionist: Supports children birth to three and their families in home and community based settings. Responsible for completing screenings, evaluations, service planning, caregiver coaching, and team collaboration in order to work toward family identified outcomes for each child. Serves as a Family Service Coordinator (FSC) for assigned families.  Applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education.  Requires knowledge of early childhood development and early childhood disorders. Salary and benefits set by the South Central Kansas Education Cooperative

To apply, please to www.arrowheadwest.org


Position: Vice President of Human Resources

Leadership opportunity carrying out the administration of the HR functions in keeping with the policies and procedures of the President and governing body.  Responsible for managing compensation, benefits, EEO, recruitment, hiring, training, evaluations, organizational relationships, conflict resolution, layoffs, terminations, and employee events.  Directly supervises HR staff.   Requires Bachelors degree in Human Resources and a minimum of five years experience in an HR management position.  Requires excellent knowledge and experience related to all applicable state and federal laws.  Experience with nonprofit organizations preferred.  Excellent decision-making, analytical, motivational, interpersonal and communication skills required. Must have current valid driver’s license and good driving record. EOE

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Position: Program Director

The Arc of Sedgwick County is looking for a Program Director to take over the leadership of some of the most exciting and well established programs serving individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in the state of Kansas.

This is a full time, exempt salary position within the management team of The Arc.

This position will focus on the development and implementation of all adult programming, bit will be responsible for The Arc’s entire Special Projects department and all programs and events connected to this department including, but not limited to the Youth Education and Summer Socialization (YESS) program, Mini Tours travel program, Mentoring programs, Self Advocacy programs, Youth & Adult Days among others serving all ages. Ensuring dependable, safe and appropriate programming for those The Arc serves.

Looking for-

  • Professional, independent self-starter who takes on responsibility and has an excellent attention to details
  • Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills are required
  • Effective oral and written communication skills are a must
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel and Access
  • Valid Commercial driver’s license or ability and willingness to obtain one immediately required

To perform this job successfully, an individual MUST have experience serving people with developmental disabilities.

Key areas of responsibility:

  • Developing, sustaining, growing and evaluating programs to meet the mission of The Arc      
  • Developing and ensuring program budgets are met
  • Hiring and training potential program staff and volunteers
  • Overseeing program resources including, but not limited to vehicles, equipment and supplies
  • Assisting with community awareness education and training activities
  • Participating with Development & Marketing activities supporting The Arc programs   

Candidates should have a degree, BA/BS in Human Services or related field.

Experience in program development and minimum of five years leadership experience expected. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have experience-serving people with developmental disabilities.

Five years of successful work experience in a related field may qualify as a substitution for education.

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to The Arc of Sedgwick County, c/o

Executive Director, 2919 West Second, Wichita KK 67203

To learn more about The Arc visit: www.Arc-SedgwickCounty.org



Position: Independent Contract Program Manager

PHILOSOPHY OF SERVICES ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: This job carries with it the obligation to fulfill Mosaic’s mission of providing a life of possibilities for people with intellectual disabilities. As One Mosaic, all staff members work together to provide the people Mosaic supports with a meaningful life in a caring community, ensuring they have a voice to share their needs and desires and to advocate for their rights. This job also carries the responsibility to be a good steward of our human and financial resources to create an environment committed to Mosaic’s values of safety, respect, connection and integrity. Staff members are also responsible for demonstrating Mosaic’s 7 Essential Practices of Leadership as it applies to their position. A commitment to this philosophy of services should be demonstrated as job duties are performed.

JOB SUMMARY: Supervises the work of independent contract manager to coordinate the operations of host home services. Monitors contracts and regulatory compliance for services provided by independent contractors, including the areas of medical services, programmatic, day services and the health and safety of persons served.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 1. Track and verify regulatory compliance of all contracts in his/her caseload to ensure compliance of all regulations and accreditation standards. 2. Ensure follow up of all medical, therapeutic and external provider interventions. 3. Review program plans, assessments and ISP’s to ensure compliance with regulations and accreditation requirements. 4. Assists with the development of the agency budget, monitors program specific revenue and expenses, and ensures efficient use of agency resources. 5. Attend program plan meetings when necessary to advocate for persons served and mediate complex issues with the interdisciplinary team. 6. Review individual progress of persons served on a monthly basis. 7. Review billing documents to ensure accuracy and verify services provided. 8. Assist in the audit of personal needs funds to ensure proper use of funds and timely reporting. 9. Participate in activities that lead to agency growth and improvement of services by assisting in responses to RFP’s and other opportunities presented in a fiscally responsible manner. 10. Develop community relationships that enhance the agency and persons served by providing integrated choices for individuals to participate in the activities of community life.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: 1. Knowledge of Company policies and procedures. 2. Knowledge of and ability to demonstrate Mosaic’s 7 Essential Practices of Leadership. 3. Knowledge of behavior management and program development. 4. Knowledge of independent contractor regulations. 5. Skill in planning and organizing. 6. Skill in maintaining files and accurate records. 7. Skill in prioritizing multiple tasks. 8. Skill in using a personal computer and various software and database applications. 9. Skill in operating standard office equipment, including typewriters, telephones, copiers and FAX machines. 10. Skill in budget management. 11. Ability to use a telephone and personal computer. 12. Ability to communicate in a courteous and professional manner. 13. Ability to make independent decisions. 14. Ability to maintain confidentiality. 15. Ability to work in a team environment.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Special Education or a related field. Minimum of four years of related work experience, with one year of supervisory or management experience. Previous experience working with people with developmental disabilities preferred. May require CPR and First Aid certification.

For a confidential discussion about this position or other career opportunities, please contact Jason Metz, Talent Sourcing Coordinator, at [email protected] or 402-896-3884, x30020.


Position: Human Resources Generalist

Mosaic is the largest national faith-based provider of services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our more than 4,000 employees and independent contractors provide a life of possibilities to nearly 3,700 people across 10 states. Building upon more than a century of service, Mosaic navigates continuous transformation in service delivery while maintaining a focus on those things that matter most: people served and their families; the people who serve; and our mission of service and advocacy. 

Positions are available at the following locations:  Liberal, Kansas and Winfield, Kansas

Mosaic is seeking an energetic, team focused person to creatively source and recruit applicants, hire and onboard new employees, and provide human resources and employee relations support for current employees. Coordinate personnel records, manage benefit enrollment, and assist agency leaders with employee performance review will be key responsibilities for this person.


  • Provide human resources support in compliance with regulatory requirements, Mosaic’s standard processes and best practices.
  • Perform recruitment, hiring and on boarding functions to include effective sourcing of applicants, timely processing of applications, sound selection procedures and adherence to Mosaic’s best practices for hiring and onboarding.
  • Coordinate completion of human resources related functions, including performance reviews, workers compensation claims, unemployment claims, timekeeping, maintaining personnel records, and monitoring and/or reporting of human resources related data/information.
  • Ensure benefits, FMLA and Leave of Absence processes are adhered to.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management or related field.
  • Minimum of two years of experience in human resources or related field.

Leaders at Mosaic will:

  • Create and convey trust
  • Build collaborative relationships
  • Think and act strategically
  • Encourage innovation and change
  • Demonstrate open communication
  • Engage and develop others
  • Drive for results through others

The Mosaic Advantage 

Operating with the philosophy of One Mosaic, local agencies and the national supports office complement one another in successfully carrying out our mission. Agencies have the responsibility to serve people, engage staff and involve local communities. The national supports office provides technical and operational resources, using centralized and standardized processes where possible to increase efficiencies and ease the local workload.

Why Mosaic? We put people first. Both the people we serve and the people who serve.  We believe the work we do is life-giving and life-changing, and we invite passionate, experienced leaders to learn more about our opportunities.

For a confidential discussion about this position or other career opportunities, please contact Jason Metz, Talent Sourcing Coordinator, at [email protected] or 402-896-3884, x30020.


Position: Training Coordinator 

TARC, Inc. is currently seeking and individual to coordinate staff development and training for all TARC staff and affiliate staff as requested.  Must be qualified to teach CPR, First Aid, Health and Safety, Fire Safety, MANDT, Abuse Neglect & Exploitation, KDOT Driver Trainings, and.  Monitor and update staff training requirements on a regular basis to comply with all licensing and federal and state regulations. Develop and maintain training materials and maintain the training database. Coordinate the TARC Safety Committee to ensure safety protocols are being met by all divisions.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Human Services or related field.  Teacher certification preferred.
  • Five years’ experience in planning, conducting and coordinating training activities or classroom teaching.  Must have exceptional people skills and the ability to adapt training material to meet different learning styles.

This position is full-time, Monday-Friday, no evenings or weekends with eight (8) paid holidays.  Health Care, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and PTO is offered and much more.   TARC, Inc. is a participant in KPERS.  

TARC, Inc. conducts background screenings and post-offer pre-employment drug testing.  Must have and maintain a valid Kansas Driver’s License with a satisfactory motor vehicle record.

May submit application online at www.tarcinc.org or make application/send resume to: Human Resources, TARC, Inc. 2701 SW Randolph Ave, Topeka, KS 66611 or e-mail to [email protected]   E.O.E.


Position: Targeted Case Managers

Great opportunity to expand your skills.   FT position  M-F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The Targeted Case Managers provide case management services to eligible persons by developing, linking, coordinating, and monitoring services, support and resources within and outside of KETCH.  Serves as a program manager for individuals on caseload and facilitates the development and implementation of the personal plan. Responsible for home visits, assisting individuals with obtaining Medicaid/SSI funds, and advocating for individuals on case load. Requires 4 ½ years verifiable direct care experience OR BA/BS plus six months direct care in a human service capacity, valid driver’s license, and good driving record.  EOE

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KETCH  ∎  230 S. Ida    Wichita, KS  67211    ph (316)383-8777  ∎  fx (316)383-8715