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OrganizationThe Arc of the Piedmont
TypeFull Time
Application DeadlineOctober 17, 2016
College Degree Required?Yes
Salary Range$35,000-43,000
Phone(434) 977-4002


The Arc is seeking candidates for the position of Staff Development Coordinator. This person is responsible for identifying and coordinating all staff training and development necessary to prepare our staff to deliver the highest quality services possible, and to ensure that the agency is in compliance as it pertains to the timely and satisfactory completion of all training required by licensing/regulatory agencies. This position also has a significant emphasis on staff recruitment- from interviewing to on-boarding. Will also support Human Resources to ensure thorough administration of HR functions and documentation, record keeping, monitoring and follow up. An expanded  description may be viewed by visiting our web site at

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to have an active role in developing one of the area’s most long-standing non-profits. Ideal candidates will present an interest and background in social services, educational development and human resources, with a focus on staff development and training. A Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required, with at least one to three years of relevant experience in a similar environment preferred. This is a full-time benefits eligible exempt position reporting to the Director of Human Resources.

In addition to a rewarding work experience The Arc offers attractive benefits which include Health, Dental and Vision insurance. We also offer Life, Long- term and Short- term disability insurance, in addition to generous paid leave.

To apply please send a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Eric Van Der Loo at The Arc of the Piedmont 509 Park Street Charlottesville, VA 22902. You may also e-mail materials to The Arc is a EEO/D/V employer.

Skills Required

Knowledge of:  Human resources practices and procedures, ideally focused towards staff development and training. Licensing and DMAS regulations of  Medicaid Waiver programs, especially those which pertain to the required training of direct service delivery personnel. A firm understanding of the agency mission, best practices and the needs of the people we support to determine best resources and staff development opportunities.

Skills:   Strong organizational skills, skills in the development and monitoring of training curriculum and programs, good oral and written communication skills, and solid proficiency with computers.

Ability:  To interact well with staff as well as outside agencies and resources, and to seek out and develop productive relationships with community resources.

Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree plus at least one year of experience.