administrative openings


The Program Manager at our Pembroke Pines Cluster ICF oversees the daily operation of the PPC to ensure that the delivery of quality services meets the social, emotional, health, medical and physical needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities individuals, including but not limited to the areas of communication, therapy, behavior and recreation/leisure.


The responsibilities and requirements described below are general in nature and subject to change to meet the needs of the organization.


Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Ensures that the ICF facilities are in compliance with expected standards for the safety and welfare of the residents within 2 ICF homes (max 16 residents).

  • Oversees the delivery of services in support of the physical, social, and psychological well-being of ICF residents.

  • Obtains physician authorization for needed services, therapy, therapeutic equipment, wheelchairs, etc.

  • Coordinates the purchase and/or repair of therapeutic equipment, including but not limited to mobility devices and augmentative communications devices.

  • Facilitates the sharing of information between all disciplines through informal communication, participation in meetings (e.g., management and safety committee meetings, Circle of Support, etc.), and documentation.

  • Monitors the delivery of ASC’s programs and services by conducting internal audits, participating in external surveys, reviewing documentation, reports and records, etc. for consistent quality and compliance with regulations, policies and procedures.

  • Participates in audits, surveys, management reviews, etc. (e.g., AHCA, Social Security, DCF, etc.); promptly submits information requested by APD, AHCA and/or required by federal, state and/or local regulations, including but not limited to.



  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field.

  • Three years of related professional-level experience, including supervisory or operational/administrative oversight.

  • Knowledge of developmental and intellectual disabilities and four years of experience providing direct care to intellectually and/or developmentally disabled individuals.

  • Excellent presentation and communication skills (verbal and written).

  • Computer literate (Microsoft Office), preferred.

  • Ability to adapt quickly to unexpected changes, deadlines, or business demands and to make sound business judgments independently and under pressure.

  • Effective problem-solving, reasoning, and critical thinking skills. Self-motivated and highly organized, with the ability to multitask.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality when handling sensitive data and collaborate with Human Resources.

  • Must pass a Background, Drug screening, Physical, and PPD.

SALARY: starting $48,000 /yr.


The Development Director will be responsible for developing and managing all aspects of a comprehensive and ongoing development strategy to generate financial support for Ann Storck Center with an emphasis on major gifts, planned giving, donor upgrading, corporate and foundation gifts, high-level special event sponsorship and enhancing community awareness. The Development Director is responsible for securing grants, coordinating the implementation of grant awards, and ensuring post-award compliance with the terms and conditions of each award.


Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Identifies and cultivates relationships with prospects and potential donors in order to develop, secure, upgrade and maintain gift income sources.

  • Supervises and assists with the planning and implementation of all special events, direct marketing, website development, and community/public relations.

  • Researches potential grant funding opportunities and compiles the preliminary data necessary to respond to grant applications as directed by the CEO.

  • Works with Accounting and other departments to gather data for grant applications.

  • Prepares and submits grant proposals; ensures that all documents are submitted professionally and accurately in accordance with grantor requirements, policies, procedures, and timelines.

  • Maintains tracking sheets and evaluations for each proposal. Prepares written acknowledgments of awarded grants.

  • Maintains annual ASC’s grant calendar to ensure timely submission of all proposals and reports. Ensures CEO is updated on calendar changes in a timely manner.


Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university in Development, Marketing, Grants, Communications, English, or related fields.

  • Minimum of three (3) years of proven results managing major components of effective development program (e.g., Major Gift and Corporate Partnership development, sponsorships and fund-raising, etc.).

  • At least two (2) years of experience in a supervisory role.

  • Experience in soliciting and providing stewardship for major gifts in South Florida.

  • Excellent writing, editing, design/layout and presentation skills with strong attention to detail and accuracy, including the ability to edit and proofread a diversity of written material necessary.

  • Intermediate-level computer skills (Microsoft Office) and experience with donor databases.

  • Must have experience using social media to promote events and/organizations.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality when handling sensitive data.

  • Self-motivated and able to prioritize work with minimal supervision.

  • Must be highly organized with the ability to prioritize work, adapt quickly to unexpected changes, deadlines, or business demands, and make sound business judgments independently and under pressure.

  • Current Florida Motor Vehicle license and automobile insurance with good driving record.