Employment Opportunities with SEEC
 

Current Openings (updated 7/14/18):

Circle Facilitator

Circle Support Staff

Community Engagement Coach

Communications Information Manager

Community Supports Specialist

Job Coach - ASL Interpreter

Program Operations Manager (Temporary)

Workforce Development Job Coach

 


Circle Facilitator

The Community Living Department in partnership with the people we support are looking to hire for the position of Circle Facilitator.  A Circle Facilitator plays a vital role in the leadership, and day to day life of the person and his or her circle. This position requires person-center thinking, self-motivation, innovative, and strong relationship building skills. The right candidate will be a team player and strong advocate.  This position provides opportunity for personal and professional growth in leadership and team building.

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Circle Support Staff

Are you an energetic, friendly, and organized professional looking to show off your skills to help others? Then SEEC has a position for you as a Circle Support Staff. Work with a team of passionate professionals to make a positive impact in someone’s life. Hours are flexible and part-time positions are available.
SEEC's Community Living Department is looking for Circle Support Staff to provide quality supports for persons in their home. The services include health and safety, community participation, and activities of their daily living. S/he will be responsible for assisting in the coordination of activities in the home by eliciting the preferences and needs of the person receiving support. S/he will coordinate and provide support as needed in recreation activities, research community opportunities, and help the persons supported participate in desired activities.

 

S/he will also be responsible for keeping persons, families, staff, and supervisors abreast of all community opportunities. This position offers part-time hours on weekends. 
 

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Community Engagement Coach

Are you an energetic, resourceful person who likes to make new friends and enjoy active days in the community?

SEEC is looking for a qualified professional to support a small caseload of adults with developmental disabilities as they work, take classes, volunteer, and enjoy arts and fitness activities in their communities. The position is from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is based in neighborhoods throughout Montgomery County. You will work in various settings, from outdoor locations to offices, classrooms, and recreational facilities, just to name a few. 

Community Engagement Coaches are under the direction of their Team Coordinator. The position requires a minimum of two years experience supporting people in the community, as they live lives of their own choosing.  Candidates must be able to work with people with a variety of support needs. They must be confident communicators and curious about discovering new opportunities. Teamwork is essential.  Must be able to bend, reach, and lift a minimum of 50 pounds.  

About SEEC
SEEC is a progressive nonprofit agency providing a wide range of community supports to help people with developmental disabilities live the lives they choose. Supports are provided solely in the community and are directed by the interests, needs, and aspirations of each person.

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Communications Information Manager

SEEC is currently hiring for a Communications Information Manager. S/he will be responsible for administrative and clerical support for Communications and Development Department with an emphasis on data base maintenance, donor acknowledgement, and event registration. S/he will also assist with agency communications and grant proposals submissions.  

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Community Supports Specialist

The Community Supports Specialist is responsible for providing community living and integration supports that meet the specific needs and desires of the person with whom they are hired to support. The supports provided will be those that are beneficial to each person and provided at the level of funding received. This position is responsible for assisting people to increase their experiences and confidence in community and home.


The work settings change based on the person, staff, and work activities. Therefore SEEC is looking for someone who is flexible with working in a variety of settings that include the SEEC office, homes, and community sites. The candidate must be adaptable to change and able to work in public, possibly noisy settings. Transportation is required.

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Job Coach - ASL Interpreter

Are you a creative person who enjoys building relationships, coaching, and networking?
 
SEEC’s Workforce Development Department (WFD) is looking for a creative professional with flexibility, persistence, and open mindedness with ASL interpreting skills to join our team!  This position assists job seekers work at their preferred job(s) by providing job development, job training, and assistance to achieve their individual goals. In addition, the coach will help a person work, take classes, volunteer,enjoy arts activities in their communities among other things. The position is from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, and is based in neighborhoods throughout Montgomery County. You will work in various settings, from outdoor locations to offices, classrooms, and recreational facilities, just to name a few.
               
The candidate must have ASL interpreting skills, exceptional oral and written communication skills, and must be proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, iPhone and iPad applications, and be eager to learn how Technology can foster independence and success. Come learn and grow with us!

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Program Operations Specialist

SEEC is seeking a temporary Administrative Assistant to support our growing office and agency by providing SEEC employees with professional administrative support. You will play a critical role in the office’s operations by performing a range of administrative and support tasks.

The responsibilities of this position include:
•    monthly data entry to record attendance
•    monitoring state data systems to ensure accuracy of information
•    updating and correcting information on internal and external systems
•    working with external partners to complete various documentation
•     preparing and completing all necessary documentation related to the completion of 30 day and annual

IP’s
•    be responsible for communicating with each person’s CCS, Program Manager, and family concerning scheduling IP meetings or any issues within the IP goals and outcomes
Candidates must have a passion for supporting others, have the ability to multitask and rank tasks in order of importance and impending deadlines. Candidates must also be motivated, proactive, organized, and have strong interpersonal skills.

 

This is a temporary position from July-October working Full-time 40/week, Monday-Friday.

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Workforce Development Job Coach

Are you a creative person who enjoys building relationships, coaching, and networking?

SEEC’s Workforce Development Department (WFD) is looking for a creative professional with flexibility, persistence, and open mindedness to join our team! This position assists job seekers work at their preferred job(s) by providing job development, job training, and assistance to achieve their individual goals. In WFD, we provide customized employment supports to job seekers at work, volunteer opportunities, and help develop career paths.  

This position, Monday through Friday, is based at various locations throughout Montgomery County. The ideal candidate must be committed to SEEC’s mission of employment as the first option for all people, regardless of ability, and to providing person-centered supports so that people can enjoy lives of their own choosing. The candidate must have exceptional oral and written communication skills, and must be proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, iPhone and iPad applications, and be eager to learn how technology can foster independence and success. Come learn and grow with us!

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