The Arc of Texas
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Thank you for your interest in working with The Arc of Texas!
We are currently offering full-time employment opportunities!
The Events Coordinator is responsible for supporting and coordinating all aspects of The Arc of Texas’ annual inclusive special education conference, Inclusion Works!, as well as other internal and external events. The Events Coordinator reports directly to the Chief Community Engagement and Advancement Officer and will work closely with leadership and content matter experts to improve conference offerings.
The ideal candidate for this role will be experienced, take charge professional with the ability to manage all aspects and logistics of events enthusiastically. You must be able to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities, meet deadlines with little supervision, and be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends.
The Events Coordinator should also have a passion for and experience with volunteerism and event management, and be able to provide outstanding customer service, comfortably speak in public, and build relationships with internal and external customers. Please refer to the full job description HERE.
Special Needs Trust Coordinator
We are looking for a full-time Trust Coordinator with strong customer service, communication and organizational skills. This position performs day-to-day operations of managing beneficiaries and their accounts in a Trust serving people with disabilities. Position requires extensive customer service, including phone and email communication with people with disabilities. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Please refer to the full job description HERE.
Administrative and Customer Service Assistant
We are looking for a full-time Administrative and Customer Service Assistant with excellent customer service, communication and organizational skills. This person will provide administrative assistance to the Master Pooled Trust program with filing, data entry, and responding to phone calls for existing Trust accounts. Position requires extensive customer service, including phone and email communication with people with disabilities. Bilingual in Spanish a plus! Please refer to the full job 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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