Job Openings at CORD

Job coaches, advocates...

From the dedicated professionals at Cape Organization for the Rights of the Disabled (CORD):

CORD needs job coaches!

Do you have some time to help a youth with a disability in his/her first job? CORD's Transitional Internship Program (TIP) needs you! Job coaches will be paid $15 per hour and may work with more than one participant if the schedules allow. To apply or for more information call John Lundborn at CORD at 508-775-8300 or email [email protected]

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Independent Living Advocate and Transition to Adulthood Program Advocate

Are you looking for more than just a job? Do you want to be part of something that’s bigger than yourself? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities and your community? Then the Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) is the place for you! CORD has TWO ADVOCATE POSITIONS RIGHT NOW!, one in our Independent Living program advocating for people with disabilities of all ages and one in our Transition to Adulthood Program advocating for high school students with disabilities. Salary is $15 an hour plus benefits. We’re waiting for the right person to come along. Could that be you? CORD is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Send your cover letter and resume to [email protected] Don’t delay – Join CORD’s HUMAN EXPERIENCE today!

Email your cover letters and resumes to [email protected]

CORD attempts to maintain a scent-free environment that is safe and comfortable for all. Please do not wear any scented products when visiting the CORD office.

CORD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


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