Job Openings

Stavros employs about 130 employees at our offices in Amherst, Springfield and Greenfield. We encourage people with disabilities to apply for positions at Stavros. However, please don't send us a resume unless you are applying for a posted job opening.

SKILLS TRAINING COORDINATOR

Seeking bilingual individual (English/Spanish), with excellent written and verbal communication skills to coordinate, assign, monitor and provide supervision and training staff to work with people with disabilities about available home health community programs and services.

Must have excellent communication and paperwork skills, and be well organized; self-motivated and have your own transportation.  A familiarity/experience with disabilities will be helpful. At least 1 year experience in similar organization and experience with direct supervision.

Send resume and cover letter to: Search Committee for Skills Trainer Coordinator, Stavros, 210 Old Farm Road, Amherst, MA 01002.  AA/EOE or via email at mmorales@stavros.org  People with disabilities encouraged to apply.

 

FULL TIME ADVOCATE FOR TRANSITION INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Stavros is seeking full-time (35 hrs. per week) advocate for our Transition Internship Program (TIP). Candidate would be responsible for assisting with job-site development for youth participants between ages of 16 and 21. Candidate must have ability to travel locally and reliable transportation. Candidate must be flexible to accommodate student school/work schedules. Advocate will help individuals identify skills, services, and areas of need to insure successful participation in the internship program. Please email or send resumes to kmimitz@stavros.org. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  AAA/EOE.

INTERNSHIPS Are Now available For People with Disabilities 16-21 years old

Stavros Center for Independent Living is excited to announce that our Transition Internship Program (TIP) has been expanded and we will be running TIP not only during the summer but now during the school year. TIP is a great opportunity for youth with disabilities, ages 16-21, to gain their first employment experience, and we hope that you are interested in joining us!

Currently we are accepting applications  for the School Year 2016-2017 Transition Internship Program. This is a NEW addition to our regular Summer program. The New School Year program gives youth with disabilities the work experience they need to jumpstart their futures.

Applications for 2016/2017 school year TIP are  due by Friday, September 16th at 5pm.

 

READ THIS MESSAGE If you are interested in WORKING as a Personal Care Attendant !

Important Message for people interested in becoming Personal Care Attendants (PCA): Stavros does not hire Personal Care Attendants, people with disabilities are responsible for hiring their own PCAs. If you wish you may visit  Rewarding Work Resources to learn more about how to become a PCA or file an online application.