The human resource generalist is responsible for performing HR-related duties on a professional level. This individual exercises extensive independent judgement and discretion. This position carries out human resources responsibilities in an assigned division of The Arc of the Ozarks in the following functional areas: employee relations, training, performance management, recruitment, onboarding, policy implementation, and employment law compliance. The human resources generalist is an exempt, salaried position.
The Program Supervisor is a professional position that is classified as salaried, exempt. An individual in this position is responsible for professional program planning, management, and supervision of community residential services in various sizes and configurations in an agency serving persons with autism spectrum disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities and co-existing mental health and behavioral disorders.
The Accounting Assistant position is responsible for assisting the Senior Accountant II in monitoring the personal spending of persons served in the program including all expenses in the Individualized Supported Living (ISL) program.
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.
The Lead Janitor is responsible for maintaining the Springfield office buildings and grounds in appearance and cleanliness. This individual serves in the capacity of general cleaning duties, sanitation detail, and other tasks that will maintain a clean, safe, and healthy environment. The Lead Janitor may be responsible for opening and/or locking up the building if all other employees have left. Additionally, the Lead Janitor will direct members of the custodial team in day-to-day duties including verifying cleanliness and ensuring quality standards.
The Job Coach II’s primary job is to assist individuals with disabilities in obtaining and maintaining employment.
The Information Technology Specialist is responsible for providing trainings and technical support to new and existing employees based around organizational software systems. This position also assists within the Information Technology Department to include tasks such as resolving helpdesk tickets, end user support, system troubleshooting, and assistance in supporting other various technical and system specific tasks. The Information Technology Specialist is a non-exempt, hourly employee.
The Teacher Assistant is responsible for implementing the individualized instructional program that guides and encourages students to develop language, academic and appropriate social and behavioral skills.