File Clerk

General Statement of Duties:
The File Clerk performs general clerical duties to support the work of the Administrative Assistant. The person in this position performs a wide range of clerical tasks that are focused on developing and maintaining the organization’s filing system. The File Clerk will work with both paper documents and electronic files, and do routine tasks like data entry, organization, cross-referencing, scanning, copying and retrieval.
Distinguishing features of this Position

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant facilitates the efficient operation of the assigned departments by performing a variety of clerical and administrative tasks. Provides support for the Administration Division departments of Early Childhood Systems (ECS), Human Resources, and Information Technology, activities include purchasing, travel planning, event/meeting planning for internal department/team meetings, coordinating and tracking multiple concurrent project timelines, resource needs, and deliverables.

Supports Manager

Position Code: SM-CHAR-20230221

Position Status: Full-Time

Location: Charlotte

Education Requirements: Candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field and two years of full-time experience post-baccalaureate in the field of developmental disabilities and must meet the qualifications a Qualified Professional.

Area Guardianship Specialist

Position Code: AGS-ASH- 20230221

Position Status: Full-Time

Location: Burke, Rutherford, and McDowell counties

Education Requirements: Graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in the field of psychology, social work, special education, or other field related to disabilities, the elderly, or substance abuse, or graduation from a four-year college or university in an unrelated field and two years experience in special education, social work, psychology, or an equivalent combination of training and experience

Area Guardianship Specialist

Position Code: AGS-CHAR-20230221

Position Status: Full-Time

Location: Mecklenburg

Education Requirements: A 4-year degree is preferred but if not will take 5 years of experience in human services such as IDD/MH/SU. Candidate must also have solid computer skills; knowledge of self-determination principles and person-centered outcome-based practices is a plus.

Part-time Administrative Coordinator

Administrative Coordinator (Part-time, 25 hours weekly)

We are looking for a new team member to support the work of NCRGEA on behalf of North Carolina’s retired public servants. Strong candidates for this position will have experience supporting a nonprofit board, considerable experience with the full Microsoft Office suite, attention to detail, strong writing skills, and the ability to foster positive relationships.