AABR’s empowering educational services, clinical support, and innovative programming benefit more than 1,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities through over 30 related day habilitation programs and housing for 162 individuals in 22 group homes throughout New York City and one vacation home on the East End of Long Island in Mattituk. Headquartered in College Point in Queens, NY and with sites and group homes throughout New York City, AABR has an annual operating budget of $38M and the year 2017-2018 closes with a strong financial position. AABR has a staff of 630 of which roughly half are unionized.
AABR’s next CEO will lead by ensuring superior standards of person-centered care and service delivery, progressive service growth and sound business expansion, a positive reputation with stakeholder groups, as well as ethical conduct throughout the organization. As part of Managed Care arriving in New York State in 2018, the CEO will ensure the organization’s continued transition into this service model.
Qualified Candidates will have
• Minimum of 15 years’ experience in a related highly regulated direct services field and a relevant Master’s Degree.
• Experiences within a disabilities environment and within an organized labor setting are helpful.
• Understanding of the human services sector and the impact of legislation on it; knowledge of federal, NY regulations preferred, but not required.
• Commitment to change/improvement.
For more information, please visit http://www.aabr.org/
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