Careers at MARC
The importance of CHOICE, the joy of WORK, the power of COMPASSION.
CHANGING LIVES, it’s more than just a job.
MARC offers a comprehensive benefit package to all employees working 25 hours and over including: health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, dependent life insurance, 10 paid holidays, vacation leave, sick leave, flexible spending accounts, tuition reimbursement, generous retirement package and much more!
MARC accepts applications on an ongoing basis.
Current Job Openings
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MARC, Inc., an established non-profit organization seeks a self-directed, flexible and caring individual to fill a full-time (35 hrs/week) Job Coach position at our east Madison location. This individual will provide supervision and instruction to adults with...
MARC is the largest provider of community and center-based employment and day services for adults with developmental disabilities in Dane and Sauk counties. We emphasize the importance of choice, the joy of work and the power of compassion. Now more than 60 years old,...
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Instructor positions involve working with individuals with disabilities, providing support, instruction, advocacy, transportation, personal care, providing case management. Instructors will initiate program goals, team objectives, individual schedules, and problem solving.
Instructors should have: Knowledge of learning styles and an ability to instruct adults with developmental disabilities; Ability to communicate professionally and effectively with individuals with disabilities; Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds. Instructors will provide assistance in assessing the needs, strengths, and capabilities of individuals with developmental disabilities, research and implement instructional strategies.
Applicants should have High School diploma or GED, experience working directly with individuals with developmental disabilities, and possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license with a good driving record.
Specialist positions involve working with individuals with developmental disabilities, providing support, instruction, advocacy, transportation, personal care, developing program goals, team objectives and actively problem solving.
Specialists should have: Knowledge of developmental disabilities including personal care and how they affect basic life activities; Knowledge of learning styles and an ability to instruct adults with developmental disabilities; Ability to communicate professionally with individuals with disabilities, parents/guardians, others service providers, employers, MARC staff and others; Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds.
Specialists must assess the needs, strengths, and capabilities of individuals with developmental disabilities; Organize, plan and implement effective job development which results in paid, integrated placements based upon individual abilities; Research, develop, and implement instructional strategies.
Specialists should have an Associates Degree in Special Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, or a related field and one or more years of experience working directly with individuals with developmental disabilities (Each additional year of relevant experience may substitute for one year of post-secondary education). Applicants must possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license with a good driving record.
Contact MARC Human Resources for more information.