The Arc of New Mexico guardianship program work on behalf of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities these individuals are served by The Arc of New Mexico because it has been determined by a court of law that they are unable to make “safe or reasonable decisions” concerning their own care.
The Arc of New Mexico guardianship program is actively seeking to hire for a Guardianship Coordinator. The coordinator ensures that protected individuals guarantee the greatest degree of safety for any assets and services in their best interest. Ensures the timely submission of all required reports, including financial reports and accountings, to the appointing court and to persons served by the guardianship funder and program. Enter monthly billable time in identified tracking system.
Handle guardianship correspondence, seeking help from Director of Guardianship. Handle Medicare and prescription drug plan mail 3) Handle guardianship faxes and distribute to appropriate parties 4) Attend monthly client case review meetings.
Education and experience: • Minimum associate’s degree required • Life or work experience in guardianship • Understanding of the New Mexico state’s social service system •
Personal attitude and motivation: • Is highly self-motivated and can collaborate effectively • willing to receive coaching, outside training, and on-the-job training
Interpersonal skills: • Enjoys working with people • Relates to people from all backgrounds • relates to people with Intellectual and developmental disabilities •Communicates very well in written and oral form
Organizational skills: • Organized and efficient • Able to track with and respond to multiple concurrent processes, teams and needs
Technical skills: • Has strong computer skills
Travel • is required city and instate • have reliable transportation • maintain a valid New Mexico driver’s license
Caregivers Criminal History Screening Act • must pass an annual Caregivers Screening
Guardianship Certification • Poses or must successfully test and obtain through the Center for guardianship Certification (CGC) within eighteen (18) months of employment with The Arc of NM
The Arc of New Mexico is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.
Resume will be taken through: Friday, June 30, 2017
Email resume to: email@example.com (505) 883-5564
The Arc of NM seeks a dynamic Executive Director to be a leader and change agent with proven skills in day-to-day operations of the organization, including but not limited to fiscal management, staff supervision, program development, strategic planning, and marketing. S/he will work alongside a deeply committed staff and an engaged and dedicated Board of Directors to ensure the agency’s sustainability in a significantly changing policy and funding environment and will possess the leadership skills to guide the agency toward sustainability and growth.
A Master’s or other advanced degree in a relevant field strongly preferred with a minimum of 5 years of executive or management experience.
Minimum Qualifications Include:
● Bachelor’s degree in a related field
● Three years of executive or management experience
● Experience with supervision, budget preparation, analysis, and management,
marketing/public relations and program management as related to non-profit
● Awareness of and experience with working with people with a range of
● Minimum of three (3) years of fundraising experience including individual
donor cultivation, grant proposal writing, corporate sponsorship cultivation and
special events management
● Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills
● Experience working with Board of Directors
● Ability to work well in a fast-pace, multicultural environment
● Position requires off-hours (evening and weekend)
Job Type: Full time
Salary: $68,000-$72,000 (depending on experience)
Anticipated Start Date: July1, 2017
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter electronically to: