family leadership positions
ACL’s Administration on Disabilities is seeking paid peer reviewers for a variety of grant competitions, in particular, reviewers with disabilities. ACL believes in the importance of meaningfully including people with disabilities at all stages of our work, including grant review.
Reviewers are responsible for:
- Attending a virtual reviewer training;
- Independently reviewing and scoring assigned grant applications in an online system;
- Participating in one or more conference calls with other reviewers to discuss their independent application reviews; and
- Submitting final scores and comments by the deadline.
Reviewers will receive a stipend for completing the tasks above. Reasonable accommodations are available, if needed, to complete the review process.
To be considered as a reviewer, please create an account and upload a copy of your CV or resume to the Reviewer Recruitment Module (RRM) in Grants Solutions.
Below are specific opportunities for people with disabilities to serve as reviewers this summer. Please follow the above steps to create your RRM account and then reach out to the respective contact if you are:
- A person with a disability and intersectional identities, contact: Jack.Brandt@acl.hhs.gov;
- A person with co-occurring intellectual and development disabilities and mental health disabilities, contact: Dana.Fink@acl.hhs.gov; or
- A person with a traumatic brain injury, contact: Elizabeth.Leef@acl.hhs.gov.
The Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) is soliciting applications for appointments to the Washington State Interagency Coordinating Council (SICC) for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. SICC is mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Part C and established through the Governor’s Executive Order 14-03. As such, the Governor appoints the members of the Council. Council members advise and assist DCYF in implementing the ESIT program per the federal requirements of IDEA Part C.
Applications are currently sought for representation in the following vacancies on the Council:
• Parent/Caregiver of an infant, toddler, or child with a disability aged 12 or younger, who has knowledge of or experience with programs for infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities
• Tribal Leader (any Washington Tribe)
• Tribal Part C Provider (Bureau of Indian Education funded)
• Early Intervention Service Provider (from one of the six DCYF regions not currently represented on the council – prioritize rural community)
• Washington Head Start Representative
If you have questions, please email Valerie Arnold at email@example.com.
Summary: Under the guidance of the principal investigator, the director has primary responsibility for directing the ACL Health Care Transition Project, with particular emphasis on overall project management; content creation; technical assistance and training; data collection and reporting; external partnerships and communication; and other responsibilities, as needed.
Position Status: This is a full-time, grant-funded position, with benefits, ending on August 31, 2026; the position may be extended if other resources become available.
Salary: Commensurate with experience.
Work Location: This is a remote position with responsibilities located primarily in a remote home office.
Responsibilities and Duties:
All work for the ACL Health Care Transition project is informed by these core commitments:
- To create and maintain a national, person-centered, culturally competent resource center to empower youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) in directing their own healthcare transitions from pediatric to adult models of care.
- The center will work to increase self-determination, independence, and quality of life for youth with ID/DD as they transition into adult models of care.
- The center will focus on resources for youth, approximately ages 12-26, while also providing resources for families, guardians, and other support networks.
Job responsibilities are listed in six major areas: project management; content creation; technical assistance and training; data collection and reporting; external partnerships and communications; and other project responsibilities.
Careers at Kindering
Kindering offers a work environment that is positive, energetic and collaborative along with competitive salaries, and excellent benefits. We were named one of Washington’s Best Workplaces in 2017, the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to make the list. We hire the best and brightest candidates and are committed to hiring people with a passion not only for working with families, but also for providing the best, most innovative services possible.
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