IL Skills Trainer, Center for Living & Working, Inc. (Worcester, MA)

  • Reports To: IL Manager
  • Supervision exercised: None
  • Exempt or Non-Exempt Status: Non Exempt
  • 30 hours / week

Company: Center for Living & Working, Inc. (CLW) is located in Worcester, Massachusetts and is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit agency founded in 1975 by a core group of young adults with disabilities. CLW is a consumer-directed, multi-programmed, multifaceted agency, dedicated to the empowerment of all persons with disabilities to live as independently as possible. CLW provides four core services: Advocacy, Skills training, Peer support and Information and Referral.


  • Provide information to persons with disabilities on disability-related topics and independent living services and make appropriate referrals to other agencies for services not provided by CLW.
  • Provide intake and assessment services for individuals needing IL services to determine, with the consumer, the services to be provided.
  • Assist consumer in identifying other community resources that may strengthen their choice for independence.  [Read more...]

DeafLink Sign Language Interpreter, The League (Fort Wayne, IN)

DeafLink is excited to announce the availability of a full-time salaried Sign Language Interpreter position. The right candidate will have the opportunity to provide American Sign Language interpreter services in community settings including medical, educational, business, and government situations primarily in northeast Indiana. As a DeafLink Sign Language Interpreter you will benefit from a:

  • Stable work environment
  • Consistent schedule
  • Limited on-call responsibility with additional compensation for any on-call activity
  • Competitive salary
  • Annual performance based bonus  [Read more...]

Executive Director, Illinois Network of Centers for Independent Living (Springfield, IL)

Job Summary: Promote Centers for Independent Living, the Independent Living Philosophy, and the rights of persons with disabilities to the legislature, funding and regulatory agencies, and other statewide and national organizations.  Act as spokesperson for INCIL, facilitate collaboration and unity of Centers, provide training and information for members, and manage the daily operations of INCIL. This position is based in Springfield, IL.


1. Monitor, educate, and advocate for legislation and governmental policies related to disability/Center for Independent Living issues at state and national levels.  [Read more...]

Executive Director, Multicultural Independent Living Center of Boston (Boston, MA)

The Multicultural Independent Living Center of Boston, providing Advocacy, Peer Counseling, Information and Referral, Skills Training to people with disabilities seeks an Executive Director. The agency, located in Jamaica Plain, MA, has a broad service area within Boston and in suburban towns.

MILCB, Inc. is seeking a person with experience working with racially and ethnically diverse people, particularly those with disabilities. Experience in community-based organizations, working with federal or state agencies, budgeting, and personnel management are important. A Bachelor’s or other advanced degree will be a plus.

We are an equal opportunity employer that is looking to hire a person with a multicultural background. Qualified individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. A job description maybe found at Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements electronically to

Closing / Removal Date: June 30, 2017

Executive Director, Accessible Housing Austin (Austin, TX)

The board of Accessible Housing Austin, AHA!, is seeking qualified applicants for our Executive Director Position. AHA is an Austin-based CHDO formed to provide affordable, accessible, integrated housing for people with disabilities in the Austin, TX area. We are seeking a manager, knowledgeable in housing management and development, who is able to expand our programs. Contact for complete job description and information about how to apply.

Transition to Adulthood (TAP) IL Skills Trainer, Center for Living & Working, Inc. (Worcester, MA)

  • Reports To: Manager, Youth Services
  • Supervision Exercised: none
  • Exempt or Non-Exempt Status: Non-exempt

Company: Center for Living & Working, Inc., (CLW), is a 501(c) 3 non-profit agency founded in 1975 by a core group of young adults with disabilities, and located in Worcester, Massachusetts. CLW is a consumer directed, multi-programmed, multifaceted agency, dedicated to the empowerment of all persons with disabilities to live as independently as possible. CLW provides four core services: Advocacy, Skills Training, Peer Support, and Information and Referral.

Program: TAP provides services to young adults between the ages of 14 and 22 with the transition from an educational setting to independent living in the community. TAP provides guidance with the Individual Educational Plan (IEP) and Individual Transition Plan (ITP) process. Utilizing the role model approach, the peer counselor and consumer build a relationship through sharing real life experiences and develop an independent living plan together.   [Read more...]

Independent Living Coordinator, PACE, Inc. (Urbana, IL)

  • 25 hours / week
  • Knowledge of Independent Living Philosophy, BA or MA related field preferred, personal disability experience a plus.
  • Will provide workshops (legislative advocacy, budgeting, employment search, etc.)
  • Facilitates rather than manages – consumers manage themselves.
  • Provides information/referral, peer counseling training/coordination, accurate timely documentation, qualified individuals w/wo disabilities may apply, some evening / weekend work, some travel, 5 county area, must have own reliable transportation.
  • Resume to: by April 19. No calls.
  • EEO.  [Read more...]

Disability Rights and Policy Specialist, Fairfax County Government (Fairfax, VA)

  • Application Deadline: Friday, April 21, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
  • View full job description and apply online
  • Grade: S-24
  • Class Code: 20000142
  • Job Number:
  • Salary:
    • Hourly: $27.48 – $45.81
    • Biweekly: $2,198.68 – $3,664.50
    • Annually: $57,165.68 – $95,276.90

POSITION DESCRIPTION: As an integral member of the Department of Family Services’ (DFS) Adult and Aging Division’s Disability Services Planning and Development (DSPD) unit, the Disability Rights and Policy Specialist, a Management Analyst II, works to promote the self-sufficiency and well-being of people with disabilities through advocacy and education so that individuals with disabilities can fully participate in our community.

Under the supervision of the Director of Disability Services Planning and Development, this position also supports the work and activities of the Fairfax Area Disability Services Board (FA-DSB) and its various committees as the board advocates for individuals with disabilities to be included into mainstream community life in Fairfax County, the City of Fairfax and the City of Falls Church in a manner equal to their peers without disabilities.  [Read more...]

ADRCGNS Options Program and Peer Guide, Independent Living Center of the North Shore and Cape Ann, Inc. (Salem, MA)

  • Employment Classification: Full-time Regular, non-exempt
  • Work Site: ILCNSCA and approved field sites

The Aging and Disability Resource Consortium of the Greater North Shore is a key entry point for older adults and persons with disabilities for information and assistance with community resources and access to publicly funded, community-based long term care. The Options Program Peer Guide working at the ILCNSCA will play a central role in educating consumers who are considering facility-based long term care services about their community-based options.

General Statement of Duties: The Options Program Peer Guide will educate older adults and persons with disabilities to understand the type and range of community-based long term care supports available to them. The Options Program Peer Guide will also provide information and assistance with referrals for community-based long term care benefits as well as the comprehensive IL services when assigned. The Options Program counseling services can be provided by phone, in the home of the consumer, in a hospital or skilled nursing facility.  [Read more...]

Independent Living Peer Guide and Options Counselor, Independent Living Center of the North Shore and Cape Ann, Inc. (Salem, MA)

Employment Classification: Full-time Regular, non-exempt

Work Site: ILCNSCA Office and throughout North Shore and Cape Ann, with meetings at facilities, hospitals, agencies, private homes and community settings, and at times throughout MA for assigned meetings

General Statement of Duties: Provide independent living direct services including Options Program services. Demonstrate professional conduct, and sustain technical proficiency in all work areas. Promote and preserve Independent Living philosophy and consumer control.

  • Supervision Received: Deputy Director
  • Supervision Exercised: None

General Statement of Duties and Responsibilities as assigned by Supervisor:

  • As per contracts and Agency plan provide core services as follows:
    • Provide Information & Referral services;
    • Provide intake and assessment of eligibility;
    • Provide peer counseling and independent living skills training services;
    • Provide individual and community advocacy services.
    • Provide service coordination services
    • Provide assertively CS08 and CS09 transition and diversion supports
  • Provide Options Program Counseling per MA and ADRCGNS, Inc. and ILCNSCA procedures.
  • Maintain accurate Consumer Service Records (CSR) following all ILCNSCA policies, procedures, and standards.
  • Develop and periodically review an Independent Living Service Plan with each consumer who has a current CSR.
  • Accurate CSR data collection and daily data entry.
  • Facilitate peer groups as assigned.
  • Assist with access and advocacy issues.  [Read more...]