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Employment At Disability Allies


Employment At Disability Allies

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Chief Financial Officer

Disability Allies has experienced rapid growth through its coaching and day programs. It is an organization “on the move”. Accordingly, it needs the requisite financial oversight to ensure the assets of the organization are protected through a system of internal controls as well as the programs are profitable and financially sustainable. In addition, the current and future programming are funded with public Medicaid dollars. This type of funding comes with strict Federal and State compliance requirements. Accordingly, Disability Allies needs a compliance oversight process to ensure that it understands all of the types of compliance required by the NJ Department of Taxation, the Department of Labor, the state Attorney General, NJ Department of Human Services, Medicaid, and the Internal Revenue Service. This list is not intended to be all inclusive. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will report directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and will report on the financial results and compliance initiatives. The CFO will be principally responsible for managing the finances of the organization with support from an outside CPA firm as necessary.

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Director Of Development

The Director of Development will carry out the mission of Disability Allies by managing all aspects of communications and fundraising for the Agency. The Director will develop fundraising strategies, set annual goals, and cultivate relationships with external stakeholders throughout the area, utilizing audience identification, targeted messaging, and community engagement. This position will be an active participant in fundraising events, as well as school meetings and other community events. The Director will be responsible for marketing activities and social media engagement, with the objective of building meaningful community connections and relationships. The Director will also be responsible for researching, managing and writing grants from government agencies, private foundations and local community funders. The Director is responsible for building lasting relationships with donors and keeping them informed on how their financial donations are making a difference for the organization.

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Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

The Board-Certified Behavior Analyst will provide intensive treatment services for young adults, including those who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Many of the services involve providing Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention for young adults but can also involve conducting Functional Behavior Assessments and developing Behavior Intervention Plans. The BCBA position is be considered a leadership role and the ideal candidate will be able to develop client’s treatment plans, as well as supervise Behavior Technicians to implement such plans.


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Community Engagement and Outreach Specialist

We will be looking to hire this position in the near future


The Community Outreach and Engagement Specialist will be responsible for developing relationships with external stakeholders such as other Non-Profit Organizations, Public Schools, Special Education Schools, Support Coordination Organizations, etc. to build awareness of the Agency and its mission and garner support. This position will have the following responsibilities:

  • Represent the Agency at targeted community events and organize events that will market our programs and services
  • Plan, organize and lead the parent support group, self-advocacy group, speaker series and the annual conference
  • Cultivate potential clients through social media engagement and outreach activities and refer any prospective clients to the Director of Client Services


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Drivers

We will be looking to hire this position in the near future


We will be looking for Drivers who pick up and drop off our individuals with special needs to and from their homes and our various programs.


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Teaching Positions

Special Needs Teacher

The Special Needs Teacher provides special education students with learning activities and experiences designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. The Special Needs Teacher will develop or modify curricula and prepare lessons and other instructional materials to student ability levels


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Music Teacher

The Music Teacher teaches music theory and related concepts and carries out activities related to music and song for students with special needs. The Teacher develops the curriculum and lesson plans for the classes and oversees all musical-related activities at our Special Needs School.


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Science (STEM) Teacher

The Science (STEM) Teacher develops the curriculum and lesson plans and teaches all Science classes at our Special Needs School. Students will learn about different topics and conducts experiments relating to gravity, magnetics and newtons laws of physics.


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Teachers Assistant

The Teacher’s Assistant is responsible for helping the lead teacher run classes smoothly by taking on common classroom tasks at the lead teacher’s direction. They will provide additional instructional assistance to students with special needs and students who need extra help in completing classwork.


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Substitute Teacher

Substitute Teachers perform the instructional and classroom management processes for teachers who are absent at our special needs school. Their duties include taking attendance, implementing lesson plans, and maintaining classroom cleanliness.


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Hiring Family Members

I would like to be hired to care for my loved one

We are looking to hire family members to care for their loved ones with special needs. Your family member must have a DDD budget and be at least 21 years old.


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Direct Support Professionals

Direct Support Professional (DSP)

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) work closely with people of all ages who have intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). DSPs help people with I/DD achieve the fullest lives possible by empowering them to overcome challenges in areas and activities that would otherwise prevent them from being self-sufficient. DSP work can include assistance with education at our special needs school, home care, housing, family services, vocational training, rehabilitation, or simply helping people integrate into their local community. We are looking for DSPs to either provide in-class support at our special needs school or also work with individuals on a one on one basis.


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I would like to be hired to care for my loved one

We are looking to hire family members to care for their loved ones with special needs. Your family member must have a DDD budget and be at least 21 years old.


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Teaching Positions


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Volunteer Opportunities

Day Program Volunteer

We are always looking for volunteers to assist with our classes and recreational activities at our Day Program.
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Advisory Board and Board Of Directors

Disability Allies is seeking motivated individuals to join our Board of Directors and/or Advisory Board. Candidates must be committed to our mission, ready to take on a leadership position, and want to help direct a growing organization. We are seeking members who can actively engage in and guide efforts to shape and strengthen our programmatic direction, strategic vision, financial stability, and community presence.

If you are interested in offering your time, please send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.