administrative openings


The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) reports to the Ann Storck Center Board of Directors and is responsible for creating an environment and culture that fully supports the agency’s mission. The CEO administrates all agency operations including staff management and strategic planning. The CEO oversees Human Resources, Development, including regulatory compliance, fundraising, grants, marketing, budgeting, and service operations, such as our Residential Services, Outpatient Therapy program, School, Adult Day Training, Expressive Arts programs, Medical, Dietary, Parent Education, and Advocacy and Transportation services. The CEO is responsible for all activities regarding each program’s licensure, human rights, personnel, and contract management obligations.


Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Ensures the delivery of high-quality programs and services in compliance with all federal, state, funding, and city regulations, certifications, and licensing requirements, ASC’s best practices.

  • Provides effective and inspiring leadership and stewardship of ASC by being actively involved in all programs and services.

  • Previews services offered and develop new programs and policies as needs emerge.

  • Ensures that all program activities operate consistently, safely, effectively, and ethically within the mission and values of ASC.

  • Establishes tracking and compliance measures per licensing requirements and grant contracts.

  • Coordinates board meetings, submit timely reports to the Board, and presents at Board and Executive Committee meetings

  • Establish goals, objectives, and operational plans in collaboration with the Board of Directors, staff, and other leaders

  • Provide thoughtful and visionary executive leadership that is inclusive, transparent, and empowering in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by the Board

  • Present strategic options and plans for organizational impact and gain Board approval as needed to carry out the work of the mission of the organization



  • Bachelor's degree in Human Services or related field; Master’s Degree in business, health administration, education, or related field preferred

  • At least ten (10) years of related leadership professional experience overall, with a minimum of five (5) years of senior leadership experience supervising seasoned staff operating multiple human services programs

  • At least seven (7) years of experience working with developmentally delayed individuals

  • Can point to tangible examples of reporting, program measurement, and evaluation

  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and commitment to ASC’s mission

  • Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities and guiding people and systems

  • Exceptional communication skills, ability to collaborate and work well with others

  • Strong planning, time management, and organizational skills; ability to multi-task within a rapidly changing environment

  • Regular local travel by personal automobile

starting Salary: $98,000/yr.


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 maintained in compliance with expected standards for the safety and welfare of the 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, and 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 multi-task.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality when handling sensitive data and work in collaboration with Human Resources.

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

SALARY: starting $48,000 /yr.