We're so glad you want to join our team of dedicated staff and volunteers!
We’re so glad you want to join our team of dedicated staff and volunteers! If you’re ready to empower people with disabilities to live active, self-determined lives check out our volunteer and employment opportunities below.
Digital Accessibility Specialist: The Digital Accessibility Specialist is responsible for performing a variety of digital accessibility assessments to increase digital access for people with disabilities. The selected person will audit websites & web applications and test user interfaces against the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), as well as provide consultation about how to most effectively implement remediations. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of WCAG success criteria and how to test for them, technical experience working with HTML and CSS, possess strong verbal and written communication skills, and have strong attention to detail. The Digital Accessibility Specialist must be detail-oriented and enjoy working in a fast paced and results driven environment. This position is under the direct delegation of the Director of Community Access.
Director of Youth Transition Services: The purpose of this position is to direct the organization’s transition services, advocate for equitable and evidence-based education and transition services, and establish collaborative community relationships in order to ensure quality outcomes with transition-age consumers. The Director of Transition Programs would coordinate partnerships with state and local education and vocational agencies, school districts, and community organizations. They would also oversee the curriculum, programming and services provided to students.
Education Transition Specialist: The purpose of this position is to promote quality outcomes for school and transition-age consumers on both a systemic and individual level. The Education & Transition Specialist will establish ongoing and collaborative community relationships with partner agencies, assist in the development of resources and data-driven reports, provide outreach and education to professionals, parents, and youth with disabilities, and assist in the coordination and implementation of youth-centered community events. This position is under the supervision of the Director of Transition Programs.
Office Assistant: The Office Assistant is responsible for performing a wide range of
clerical and administrative tasks to support daily operations throughout the office. The
position is in direct delegation of the Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer.
Violence Prevention & Survivor Services Coordinator: The position is to provide community training, prevention and support to individuals with disabilities who are survivors of sexual assault or domestic violence. This position is in direct delegation of the Director of Public Health & Disability Integration.
AmeriCorps Financial Literacy and Community Support Member Reduced Full Time: Members will work in the community with our consumers to build skills around financial literacy and employment.
AmeriCorps Homeless No More Community Support Member Full Time:
Members will work with Homeless No More to support their clients by connecting them to the community, helping them build skills, assist new consumers through the intake process, and working one-on-one on other tasks. The AmeriCorps members will be serving at Homeless No More and supervised by their site supervisor. The Able SC AmeriCorps Coordinator will also be assisting with training and oversight.
Intern: Able SC offers internship experiences for students in colleges and universities. Internships range in time and duration based on academic needs. Able SC’s internship program for the 2022-2023 academic year is full. We will re-open the internship application in the Summer of 2023 for Fall 2023 placement. Questions regarding Able SC’s internship program can be directed to email@example.com.
Able SC benefits from the unique skills and time given by individual community members volunteering in its offices, at events, and on special projects. Check out our current volunteer needs below to see if you might be a good fit!
Travel Ambassador: Under the supervision of the Mobility Management Specialist, this position will be responsible for educating and assisting persons with disabilities, older adults, and general public on the availability and use of public transportation and The COMET in a group setting.
Travel Navigator: Under the supervision of the Mobility Management Specialist, this position will be responsible for educating and assisting persons with disabilities, older adults, and general public on the availability and use of public transportation and The COMET in a one-on-one setting.
Driver: Volunteer Drivers assist with the transportation needs of Able SC staff, volunteers, and equipment. Activities could include transporting staff members to community outreach events or consumer meetings or delivering Assistive Technology (shower chairs, walkers, canes, etc.) to our consumers.
Office Volunteer: Office volunteers perform a variety of tasks depending on projects needed to be completed in the office, including answering phones, extending resources, and other administrative tasks as assigned by the Volunteer Coordinator.