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Thank you for your interest in employment with Alta California Regional Center (ACRC). As the 2004 winner of the of the Sacramento Workplace Excellence Leader Award (Not For Profit, Medium (Sized) Employer Category), we pride ourselves in being a great place to work, providing excellent service to our consumers and their families, and a great working environment to our employees.

To apply for any of our available positions, please ACRC Employment Applicationclick here to download and print an application. Once completed, please submit your application to ACRC via fax (916) 978-6221 or U.S. Mail to:

ACRC Human Resources Office
2241 Harvard Street, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95815

Please note that ACRC does not accept resumes in lieu of applications.




SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST - SACRAMENTO OFFICE
SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST - SACRAMENTO OFFICE; Salary Scale (eight-step) starting at $4,284/month - THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY: ACRC is seeking a Speech/Language Pathologist for its Sacramento office to specialize in working with our infant/child client population. The Speech/Language Pathologist arranges and provides for speech language, and audiology services, working closely with interdisciplinary team members, including parents, in meeting the needs of children who are at risk or are developmentally disabled. - JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must posses a Master’s degree in Speech/Language Pathology from an accredited college or university. Additionally required are a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech & Hearing Association, a California State License to practice Speech Pathology, and continuing educational units in specific area of practice(s). Two years of professional experience in the treatment of a variety of communications disorders, including persons with a developmental disability, is required. Applicants must have at least one year of pediatric experience; experience in audiology and aural rehabilitation is desirable. Applicants must have good written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, good time management and organization skills, a valid Driver License, and automobile liability insurance. Other requirements and qualifications apply - see full job description for further information.

SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - RESIDENTIAL - SACRAMENTO OFFICE
SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - Bachelor’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $2,814 per month Master’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $3,304 per month - THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking a Service Coordinator in the Residential unit at the Sacramento office. The Service Coordinator provides case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position serves clients residing in licensed residential facilities. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies; consulting with and assisting vendors with certifications, applications, and referrals; participating in the development of Individual Program Plans for clients, monitoring these plans, and assisting in revising them as necessary; completing all required forms, documentation, and reports in accordance with regulations and ACRC policies and procedures; rotating officer-of-the-day duties with other Service Coordinators; assisting co-workers with special projects, unique problems, vacation and sick relief as required; providing emergency on-call services when required. Special note: While this position will be based at ACRC’s Sacramento location, the incumbent will “float” between Residential case management positions to provide coverage during periods of staff members’ absences, which may include units located in ACRC Branch Offices. - JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Social Work or a related field; have one year of professional experience in social work or a related field (preferably in the field of developmental disabilities); demonstrate excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills; and have strong time management and organization skills. Other requirements and qualifications may apply. See full job description for further information.

SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - RESIDENTIAL - SACRAMENTO OFFICE
SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - Bachelor’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $2,814 per month Master’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $3,304 per month - THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking a Service Coordinator in the Residential unit at the Sacramento office. The Service Coordinator provides case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position serves clients residing in licensed residential facilities. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies; consulting with and assisting vendors with certifications, applications, and referrals; participating in the development of Individual Program Plans for clients, monitoring these plans, and assisting in revising them as necessary; completing all required forms, documentation, and reports in accordance with regulations and ACRC policies and procedures; rotating officer-of-the-day duties with other Service Coordinators; assisting co-workers with special projects, unique problems, vacation and sick relief as required; providing emergency on-call services when required. - JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Social Work or a related field; have one year of professional experience in social work or a related field (preferably in the field of developmental disabilities); demonstrate excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills; and have strong time management and organization skills. Other requirements and qualifications may apply. See full job description for further information.

PHYSICIAN II/MEDICAL CONSULTANT - PART-TIME (16-24 HRS/WEEK) - SACRAMENTO OFFICE
ALTA CALIFORNIA REGIONAL CENTER - PHYSICIAN II/MEDICAL CONSULTANT - PART-TIME – 16 -24 HOURS/WEEK Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $7,562 per month, prorated - JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must possess a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), Residency Training, and Board Certification (and when needed, periodic re-certification) in a Medical Specialty (Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Family Practice, Psychiatry, Physical Medicine, Geriatrics, and/or Rehabilitation). Adult Medicine and Mental Health experience is strongly preferred. Additionally, applicants must possess at least five years experience as a licensed medical doctor and three years experience caring for or working with individuals who have a developmental disability. Finally, applicants must have good written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills, strong time management and organization skills, a valid Driver License, and current automobile liability insurance. Other requirements and qualifications apply; see full job description for further information. THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY - ACRC is seeking a part-time Physician II/Medical Consultant in its Sacramento office to provide educational and clinical support for Regional Center staff and supervisors through the participation in individual and multidisciplinary clinical consultations, educational presentations, and the performance of diagnostic medial evaluations, intensive record reviews and various forms of medical appraisals.

OFFICE ASSISTANT IV (CONFIDENTIAL) - SACRAMENTO OFFICE
OFFICE ASSISTANT IV (CONFIDENTIAL) - OFFICE SERVICES SACRAMENTO OFFICE - THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking a Office Assistant IV at the Sacramento office. This position provides confidential office clerical support to the Directors of Case Management and performs a variety of skilled secretarial and general office duties. - JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must be able to type 55 WPM and possess a High School Diploma or equivalent; four years of increasingly responsible office clerical experience (Regional Center experience preferred); knowledge of modern office practices and procedures including transcription, business correspondence, and standard office equipment; ability to perform advanced clerical tasks using independent judgment, accuracy, and speed; ability to compile statistical information and make numerical summary reports; experience with public and telephone contacts; ability to prepare accurate final copies from machine transcription or rough draft copy; and good communication and interpersonal skills. Other requirements and qualifications may apply.

SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - RESIDENTIAL - SACRAMENTO OFFICE
SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - Bachelor’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $2,814 per month Master’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $3,304 per month - THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking a Service Coordinator in the Residential unit at the Sacramento office. The Service Coordinator provides case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position serves clients residing in licensed residential facilities. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies; consulting with and assisting vendors with certifications, applications, and referrals; participating in the development of Individual Program Plans for clients, monitoring these plans, and assisting in revising them as necessary; completing all required forms, documentation, and reports in accordance with regulations and ACRC policies and procedures; rotating officer-of-the-day duties with other Service Coordinators; assisting co-workers with special projects, unique problems, vacation and sick relief as required; providing emergency on-call services when required. - JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Social Work or a related field; have one year of professional experience in social work or a related field (preferably in the field of developmental disabilities); demonstrate excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills; and have strong time management and organization skills. Other requirements and qualifications may apply. See full job description for further information.

SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - RESIDENTIAL - SACRAMENTO OFFICE
SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - Bachelor’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $2,814 per month Master’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $3,304 per month - THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking a Service Coordinator in the Residential unit at the Sacramento office. The Service Coordinator provides case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position serves clients residing in licensed residential facilities. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies; consulting with and assisting vendors with certifications, applications, and referrals; participating in the development of Individual Program Plans for clients, monitoring these plans, and assisting in revising them as necessary; completing all required forms, documentation, and reports in accordance with regulations and ACRC policies and procedures; rotating officer-of-the-day duties with other Service Coordinators; assisting co-workers with special projects, unique problems, vacation and sick relief as required; providing emergency on-call services when required. - JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Social Work or a related field; have one year of professional experience in social work or a related field (preferably in the field of developmental disabilities); demonstrate excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills; and have strong time management and organization skills. Other requirements and qualifications may apply. See full job description for further information.

SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - RESIDENTIAL - SACRAMENTO OFFICE
SERVICE COORDINATOR I, II, III - Bachelor’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $2,814 per month Master’s Salary Scale (eight-step range) starting at $3,304 per month - THE POSITION AND JOB SUMMARY ACRC is seeking a Service Coordinator in the Residential unit at the Sacramento office. The Service Coordinator provides case management and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. This position serves clients residing in licensed residential facilities. Typical duties include assisting clients and their families in acquiring and maintaining assessed supports and services including transportation, vocational training, day programming, education, mental health services, medical care, and independent living training; serving as an advocate for the client with community agencies; consulting with and assisting vendors with certifications, applications, and referrals; participating in the development of Individual Program Plans for clients, monitoring these plans, and assisting in revising them as necessary; completing all required forms, documentation, and reports in accordance with regulations and ACRC policies and procedures; rotating officer-of-the-day duties with other Service Coordinators; assisting co-workers with special projects, unique problems, vacation and sick relief as required; providing emergency on-call services when required. - JOB REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Social Work or a related field; have one year of professional experience in social work or a related field (preferably in the field of developmental disabilities); demonstrate excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills; and have strong time management and organization skills. Other requirements and qualifications may apply. See full job description for further information.

It is neither intended nor implied that these are the only duties to be performed in each position.  The employee may be required to perform other duties and assume other responsibilities as instructed by a supervisor.  Other requirements and qualifications may also apply.  See full job description for further information.

ACRC offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.  Thank you for your interest in employment at Alta California Regional Center.

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