Coordinator, Reaching Out Program

Location: Silver Spring, MD

Department: Reaching Out

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Jubilee Association provides support services to adults who have intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Currently, we are looking for the right person to coordinate our Reaching Out program, which offers a number of different classes, mostly to young people who are on the autism spectrum. The coordinator will plan each semester of classes, work with the clinicians, market and promote classes, manage enrollments and payments, handle logistics for classes and social events, plan and teach a weekly cooking class and assist with several additional social skills classes led by a psychologist and a speech therapist.

He or she will also work approximately ten hours/week assisting several young people who either live with their families or in their own apartments in Montgomery County, Maryland.

The schedule is Tuesday through Saturday, with hours varying but extending into the evening when classes and social events take place.

This is a full-time position with health insurance, dental, paid leave, retirement plans,  life insurance, and other benefits. It starts at 20.00/ hour.


  • Bachelor's degree in human service area of study and at least one year closely related experience, including experience with people on the autism spectrum.
  • Ability to work well with and form positive relationships with a variety of people, including participants and their family members, clinicians, etc.
  • Some teaching and curriculum development experience.
  • Willingness and ability to help people  connect with events and groups in the community, including joining in on physical activities such as walking, swimming, playing basketball and working out.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills.
  • Commitment to completion of a training regimen of approximately 60 hours within the first 90 days. Jubilee pays for the cost of the classes, as well as for employees' time in the classroom. Classes may be a combination of online learning as well as classroom training that may occur during the day, evening and weekend hours.
  • Valid driver's license, at least 3 years' driving experience, clean driving record. Own vehicle—we reimburse for mileage.
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