Positions Available at Center for Self Advocacy Inc.
Self-Advocate Specialist 1 (SAS1)
Self-Advocacy Specialist 1 in the Peer Empowerment Network (PEN). This position is to facilitate and manage peer support groups, to complete proper documentation and reports based on specific grant funding needs. The Self-Advocacy Specialist 1 will work with the Program Coordinator on the tasks below. The Self-Advocacy Specialist 1 will also outreach to schools, day habilitation sites and the community at large. Preferred candidate will have knowledge of intellectual and developmental disabilities, experience in applying the principles of diversity and inclusion, and an understanding of the self-advocacy movement and its relationship to other social justice movements. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Pease review and download job description and Application below. You can also call 716-768-1795 or email [email protected]
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