The Arc of Texas
The Arc of Texas provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics, gender identity or any other characteristics protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. The Arc of Texas will reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with a disability. Contact the Director of Finance with any questions or requests for accommodation during the application process or during the course of employment.
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Manager of Finance
The Manager of Finance is a full-time, exempt position working under the supervision of the Director of Finance & Operations. The Manager of Finance performs mid to high-level accounting and bookkeeping functions for The Arc of Texas. Please refer to this full internship description HERE.
Manager of Community Engagement
The Manager of Community Engagement is responsible for implementation, management, and oversight of the organization’s various programming. Under the guidance and direction of the Director of Development, the Manager of Community Engagement will set and guide the strategy for all programming including partnership and tie-ins with local chapters so that The Arc of Texas is viewed as the state’s premier nonprofit creating opportunities for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to actively participate in their communities and make the choices that affect their lives in a positive manner. Please refer to this full internship description HERE.
The Executive Assistant (EA) is a full-time, exempt position working under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The Executive Assistant performs highly advanced professional assistance and technical duties, which support the Chief Executive Officer, the Board of Directors, and The Local Chapters of The Arc of Texas’ network and other departments as assigned by the CEO. Please refer to this full internship description HERE.
Master Pooled Trust (MPT) Administrative Assistant
The Administrative Assistant performs a variety of administrative tasks for the MPT Department. Under the supervision of the Chief MPT Officer, the Administrative Assistant will assist with various Master Pooled Trust accounting and administrative duties. The Administrative Assistant maintains a good working relationship and cooperative attitude with the organization’s members, staff, volunteers and the public while accomplishing assigned duties. Please refer to this full internship description HERE.
Special Events Intern
This internship is a great opportunity for someone pursuing a career in business, marketing/communications, public health, global health, nutrition, social work, non-profit and/or event production. The ideal candidate must be energetic, a team player, results-oriented and dedicated to the achievement of personal and team goals. This internship requires a candidate with confidence in interpersonal communication and public speaking, excellent writing skills, and a passion for making a difference in the lives of people with and affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities. Please refer to this full internship description HERE.
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