We Are Looking To Add More Members to our TEAM.
The Program Manager is expected to be knowledgeable about community resources, have supervisory/HR experience, able to multitask, have good writing skills, be organized, and be proficient and have an eye for detail. In this role, you'll work closely with staff to coordinate programs and services, provide direct supervision and training, and address staff and consumer concerns to ensure their needs are met. You'll also be responsible for overseeing the preparation and submission of mandated Federal and State reports, as well as fulfilling contractual requirements for the programs and services within the established timeline. You'll work alongside the Executive Director to provide individual and systems advocacy on a wide range of issues, advocating for the rights of people with disabilities and assisting to break down barriers to access and equality.
An IL Specialist is responsible for working with people with disabilities in setting and maintaining goals to become independent or maintain one’s independence in the community. Independent Living Goals vary based on the individual’s needs. Examples of goals are (but not limited to): Finding affordable accessible housing, acquiring and using adaptive equipment, transitioning people out of nursing homes, transitions youth to adult hood, developing life skills (such as cooking, cleaning, money management, etc.), applying for various social service programs like social security, food stamps, Medicaid, employment programs, systems advocacy, individual advocacy, transportation, employment, etc.
As the Executive Administrative Assistant at RTI, you will be the linchpin that ensures smooth operations for the Executive Director and the leadership team. Your responsibilities will encompass a diverse range of tasks, including managing calendars, conducting research, maintaining data in Excel, coordinating events, maintaining social media and websites, act as a office manager of sorts, and providing general administrative support. Your efforts will directly contribute to our mission of fostering independent living for individuals with disabilities.
. AgrAbility of Utah and Roads To Independence work together to support farmers and ranchers in Utah. This job offers great opportunities to engage with hard-working people who are in need of support and assistance so they can remain productive in agriculture and preserve their lifestyles and heritage on the farm. This position is employed by Roads To Independence and works in partnership with AgrAbility of Utah for training and supervision. AgrAbility of Utah helps farmers and ranchers with disabilities, and their family members, remain in agriculture. On-site farm assessments are conducted, and appropriate information and referrals are provided. AgrAbility adopts a client-centered planning process as well as a person-in-environment perspective to address needs identified in the assessment.