It Starts With You!
Looking for a new and exciting challenge every single day? At The Haven, we believe that the greatest factor in the success of an organization is the quality of its people and a positive work environment. We work hard to attract, hire, and train an extraordinary staff that is notable for its friendliness, work ethic, empathy, and self-awareness. If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities we may have a role for you!

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We have opportunities available for go-getters with a positive attitude and a willingness to learn and share ideas. We look for individuals who are driven to do their best and who will always do what’s right.

Current Openings:


Position Summary

The Haven is looking for a Receptionist to answer, screen and forward all incoming phone calls and perform some clerical tasks as needed. Must have a pleasant personality and strong telephone answering experience. This individual should also be able to deal with emergencies in a timely and effective manner, while continuing to streamline incoming phone calls. Multitasking and stress management skills are essential. Ultimately, telephone duties are the main responsibility and must be able to be handled at the highest quality standard.


  • Answer, screen and forward incoming phone calls
  • Provide basic and accurate information via telephone
  • Route calls accordingly
  • Multitasking and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks
  • Maintaining various office files and providing general office filing support
  • Ordering various office and kitchen supplies
  • Perform some clerical tasks as needed


  • Proven work experience as a multi-line Telephone Receptionist
  • Customer service attitude
  • Professional attitude and appearance
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to be resourceful and proactive when issues arise
  • Must have at least intermediate knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work independently with minimal to no supervision
  • Knowledge of clerical procedures and protocol
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • High School degree

Required experience

  • Telephone Receptionist: 2 years
  • Customer Service: 2 years

Required education

  • High school or equivalent

Job Type: Full-time

Position Summary:

FT Position as a Direct Service Staff working with adults with developmental disabilities in an occupational training program. Provide daily care, training and assessment. Assist individual in development of independent skills as well as personal care needs as required. Provide supervision and assistance during break and lunch periods. Case noting of daily activities.


Must be 18 years of age possess a High School Diploma. Requires the ability to work with persons with disabilities in a respectful manner. Basic computer skills required. Must undergo drug testing, Level one and Level two background screening and rescreening every five years. Valid Florida driver's license, safe driving record and proof of motor vehicle insurance.

Our early childhood learning facility is growing and we are in search of experienced teachers for our Early Preschool and young Toddler classrooms.  Our intention is to fill these positions immediately and candidates must be able to work a 40 hour schedule Monday-Friday.

  • Desired Traits

    -Effective communication skills

    -Creativity in teaching methods

    -Organization skills

    -Ability to collaborate with a team that includes parents, other teachers, and school administration

    -Strong classroom management skills

  • Must possess valid driver’s license, have a safe driving records and proof of motor vehicle insurance

Essential Job Functions

  • Comply with all Health and Safety Standards, Abuse laws, DCF guidelines and CHAC policies and procedures
  • Maintain student and program confidentiality
  • Comply with grant and contract standards, including training requirements

Major Duties

  • Monitor assistant teacher/aide/volunteer performance.
  • Assure of all required documentation for each child, including sign-in, attendance, body checks, and emergency medical cards.
  • Maintain written weekly lesson plans and classroom schedules according to developmentally appropriate practices.
  • Complete developmental assessments (Ages and Stages) and document developmental gains.
  • Complete case notes daily on each child with a Family Support Plan or IEP.
  • Write student goals and progress reports.
  • Maintain parent contact, including daily notes and verbal contact at least monthly
  • Conduct parent-teacher conference twice a year
  • Promote developmentally appropriate skills and behavior
  • Assist children with toileting
  • Assure that classroom is maintained in a clean manner, including sanitizing toys, shelves, etc., cleaning floor and doing laundry daily
  • Assist with transition of children to a new room
  • Assure that accident, behavior and incident reports are completed as necessary
  • Coordinate and implement therapy goals with appropriate specialists
  • Perform other duties as requested by program director
  • Assume management responsibilities pertaining to their classroom in the absence of the program director

Physical Limitations

Must be able to lift and transfer objects and/or children weighing up to or over 50 pounds

We have the following shifts/positions open in our Residential Program:
I. Awake overnight weekends: 8PM to 8AM Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
II. Weekend day: Friday 2pm to 10pm; Saturday and Sunday 8AM to 8PM

Job Type :

  • Full-time

Required education :

  • High school or equivalent

Required experience:

  • One year of experience working in a medical, psychiatric, nursing or child care setting or developmental disabilities.

Position Summary:

Responsible for assisting individuals in their daily life skills, i.e. planning and carrying out daily chores as well as social and community activities. Working together as a team to include events for families and friends. Provide supervision of clients at all times including community inclusion. Create a congenial and homelike atmosphere within the community residence. Provide for and ensure each individual’s right to privacy, in accordance with the Bill of Rights. Comply with all agency, program and funding sources requirements, policies, procedures and directives. Successfully complete Medication Administration training and validation in accordance with Chapter 65G-7—renew validation annually. Participate in the annual reassessment and documentation of each client as requested by district staff and cooperate with the Program in implementing the habilitation plan. Participate in Program Outcome Measures and data collection Participate in the inspections and monitoring by the Programs funding sources. Fostering positive relationships between the clients served and their housemates. Other duties as requested.


Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma and one year of experience working in a medical, psychiatric, nursing or child care setting or in working with persons who have a developmental disability. College vocational or technical training equal to 30 semester hours, 45 quarter hours or 720 classroom hours can substitute for the required experience. Level two background screening and re-screening every five years. Basic computer skills required. Valid Florida driver’s license, safe driving record and proof of motor vehicle insurance. CPR, First Aid and 4 hour HIV training, Zero tolerance training. Good organizational and communication skills.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package including, Health, Dental & Vision insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, personal & sick days and 403b Retirement Plan. EOE/AA/Veterans/Disability Employer.

Contact Information:

Christine Crawford
Vice President of Recruitment and Residential Services
941-355-8808 x264