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Contra Costa ARC currently operates with over 350 staff members at agency and community locations throughout Contra Costa County.

Our mission is to enhance and enrich the lives of children at risk, children with developmental delays and adults with developmental disabilities. To accomplish our mission we provide direct services and advocacy to assist those we serve in achieving  their highest level of personal independence and self-sufficiency.

We welcome your participation in this effort.  Qualified individuals with a sincere interest in supporting individuals with disabilities to live successful lives in the community are encouraged to apply.

As you consider a career with Contra Costa ARC, you may want to know how we define success: click here for a Our definition of success! of our definition . . .

Contra Costa ARC's benefits package includes: Medical, Dental, Life and Long Term Disability Insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, Vacation, Sick Days, and 11 paid holidays plus a paid "holiday" on the employee's birthday.

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Click here for LCSW, MFT, and license eligible intern openings in our children's mental health programs.


LAST UPDATED 02.13.2017

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  • Accounting Assistant I - The Accounting Assistant 1 will process vendor and employee expense reimbursements on a weekly basis, bank deposits and monthly reconciliations. The right candidate needs to be good with numbers, have great attention to detail and good communication skills.

  • Teacher/Tutor/Job Coach for People with Intellectual Disabilities - The Teacher/Tutor/Job Coach for People with Intellectual Disabilities provides assistance to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who want to transition from a day program to Community Integrated Employment, or directly into employment. The Tutor trains individuals in work-related skills, attitudes and expectations with the goal of eliminating barriers to employment.

  • Super Substitute (Supported Employment) - Substitute Crew Supervisor and Job Coach. The ideal candidate likes a variety of work locations, handles change well, has a flexible schedule Monday through Friday and can interface with all types of personalities and capabilities. Will receive 6 am substitute job assignment phone calls.

  • Supported Employment Assistant - Under direct supervision of the Director of Supported Employment, works closely with the SE management team to effectively serve all people in the Supported Employment Program.

  • Community Access Program - Instructor 1 - Provides direct services and personal care to adults with developmental disabilities in areas of domestic, leisure, vocational and community awareness skills.

  • Community Access Specialist (ARC Access) - This program is designed to provide services to individuals with severe disabilities and Restricted Health Conditions whose needs cannot be met in a traditional day program. Many of these individuals are entering the community after residing at Agnews Developmental Center. The Community Access Specialist will perform the direct care services for this program.

  • Early Intervention Assistants (Teacher Assistants) @ Lynn Center (Pittsburg) George Miller Centers (GMC, Richmond/Concord) - Plan and implement activities for small group, including class, music and lunch, when necessary, under direction of the Teacher. Provide input to teacher for individual children related to behavior management. Potty training, supervising of naptime and playtime.

  • Service Unit Supervisor/Work Skills Coach, Commercial Support Services (CSS Richmond/Concord/Antioch) - Provides instruction and supervision to adults with developmental disabilities in production work (mailing, packaging and assembly).

  • Crew Supervisor - Use your experience in the working world to train individuals with developmental disabilities to be successful employees.

  • After School Program Teacher - Full Time - (ASP, George Miller Centers Concord/Richmond) - With direction from the Program Director this position plans, organizes and conducts a social, recreational and educational after school activities program for children and young adults with special needs aged 11-22 yrs. old. This is a floater position working in the After School Program as well as in other programs. It is a good opportunity to gain experience in different aspects of our field.

  • After School Program Teacher - Part Time - (ASP, George Miller Centers Concord/Richmond) - With direction from the Program Director this position plans, organizes and conducts a social, recreational and educational after school activities program for children and young adults with special needs aged 11-22 yrs. old.

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