The Residential Nurse is a responsible professional position assisting the administrative, supervisory and direct support staff in providing for the medical needs and care of individuals with developmental disabilities in the residential program.
The Employment Specialist for Employment Solutions, a division of The Arc of the Ozarks, is the key player in providing services for our primary customer (an individual who has a disability) and our secondary customers (funding sources, families, employers, other service providers.)
An employee in this class functions as a Qualified Developmentally Disabled Professional (QDDP) with the overall responsibility for the development, the implementation, the coordination and the evaluation of individual personal plans adapted to the needs of individuals in community residential programs and/or day services.
The apartment manager is a responsible, professional position in the on-site management and supervision of the Crowhaven Apartments, a Section 8 HUD complex serving persons with developmental disabilities, in accordance with the management agreement between the Crowhaven Apartments, Inc. and the Arc of the Ozarks.
The Behavior Analyst (BA) is responsible for developing, implementing, and training caregivers to implement behavior support plans and skills acquisition programming for clients of all ages served by The Arc of the Ozarks ABA Services department
The position of Director of Kansas City is a responsible professional program-planning and management-and-supervisory position for community programs in The Arc of the Ozarks.
The Vice-President of Program Services is an administrative and professional position responsible for the planning, organization and management of all individual treatment and support services of The Arc of the Ozarks including residential, autism, and behavior services.
This is an entry level human services position providing desired supports to persons with disabilities, in a residential setting, so that they may achieve the highest level of independent living possible within their community.