Director of Recreation and Athletics for Persons with Disabilities, Lakeshore Foundation
Lakeshore Foundation seeks applicants for a Director-level position of Recreation and Athletics. The Director is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Recreation and Athletic Department, including recreation, competitive athletics, events, and summer sports programs for youth and adults with physical disabilities to pursue active healthy lifestyles. Bachelor's degree in sports management, physical education, business or related field is required. Master's degree preferred. Submit a letter of intent, resume, and three references to Debbie Smith, 4000 Ridgeway Drive, Birmingham, AL 35209, e-mail: DebbieS@lakeshore.org.
Director, Steadward Disability and Exercise Centre
The Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, in conjunction with the Steadward Centre for Personal and Physical Achievement at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, invites applications for the position of Director of the Steadward Centre, which provides opportunities for Albertans with disabilities to enhance their physical and mental well-being through individually prescribed and group programs of physical activity, fitness-related medical interventions, and psychological services.
Click on http://www.ncpad.org/693/3207/2005-08-01#26 for more information.
The National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) and the Georgetown University Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Senior Research Associate
The National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) and the Georgetown University Department of Rehabilitation Medicine seek a Senior Research Associate (SRA) for its Center for Health and Disability Research, a nationally recognized research center with the mission to carry out research on health services and health policy focused on persons with disabilities. The candidate will be required to work on ongoing research activities and can develop his/her own research agenda.
For more information, go to http://www.ncpad.org/693/3207/2005-08-01#27.
Executive Director for The Arc of San Francisco
The Board of Directors is seeking a well-qualified and dynamic leader to direct The Arc of San Francisco, whose mission is to serve people with developmental disabilities, individuals with similar needs, and their families by providing access to a full range of services that advance self-determination, dignity, and quality of life. Qualifications include BA/BS in a related field required; Masters degree in non-profit management, management, or related field preferred; knowledge of and demonstrated commitment to the disability community; seven years of senior management experience in operations and management of a human services agency or equivalent; and experience as a successful fundraiser.
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Axis Dance Company Seeks Dancers
AXIS is a contemporary dance company comprised of dancers with and without physical disabilities which has been active in its San Francisco Bay Area, nationally, and internationally since 1987. AXIS Dance Company is seeking dancers with physical disabilities to join its acclaimed, ground-breaking dance company. Applicants should have a background in athletics and/or training in dance. AXIS offers the ideal opportunity for disabled individuals and athletes desiring a new direction for their dance career.
Go to http://www.ncpad.org/693/3207/2005-08-01#29 for more information.