Open Positions: Last Updated 12/04/2018

  • Community Living Instructors- Full Time & Part Time

  • LPN/RN- Part Time

  • Disabilities Professionals and Community Trainer (COTE)- Part Time

  • Community Inclusion Support Specialist

Scroll down for individual job details and how to apply.


Benefits are an important part of the compensation package offered by The Arc of Spokane, and we are committed to providing the best benefits possible to our employees, including: 

-- Medical & Dental

-- Life Insurance & Retirement Plan

-- Paid Vacation & Paid Sick Days

-- Personal Days & Holiday Pay

-- Bereavement

-- Job Training   

How to Apply  

A signed application must be on file with Human Resources before being considered for a position. You may drop off or mail application to 320 E. 2nd Ave., Spokane, WA 99202 between 8:30am-5:00pm Monday-Friday.


Instructions to Apply Online: 

Applicant's signature and/or typed name when submitting an application electronically certifies that they have read and understand the application and agree to the terms and conditions.

1. Open the PDF - Click Apply Now & Download the Application

2. Save the PDF to your computer and complete all pages. Attach as a PDF file in the email

3. Email your completed application and application requirements to:

1. Supported Living Community Living Instructors

At The Arc of Spokane, Community Living Instructors provide support and guidance in the areas of independent living and learning, community skills, personal health and safety to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Help people actualize their freedom to choose, work, socialize and pursue interests as well as enjoy a comfortable home, full access to their community, and staff who are well-qualified to meet their individual support needs.

We are searching for enthusiastic, interested people to support our adult clients in the Spokane area:

* Gonzaga neighborhood: Full- and Part-time, all shifts

* Lincoln Heights area: Full- and Part-time day, swing and overnight shifts

* Spokane Valley: Full- and Part-time shifts

Earn while you learn! You get paid on-the-job training and we assist you in obtaining your Registered Nursing Assistant license and other basic certifications for this field. Schedule flexibility is key.


* Minimum age 18

* HS Diploma or GED

* Must successfully pass a FBI fingerprint background check

* Legible handwriting and good communication skills

* Reliable transportation (driver’s license and proof of insurance for most positions)

* Must be available to work the paid training and obtain certifications.

Compensation: $26,520 to $30,498 DOE annually for full-time employees + benefits including

medical, dental, paid leave, life insurance and retirement, premium paid holidays.

Application Process:

The Arc of Spokane

320 E 2nd Ave, Spokane, WA 99202

Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm or download and submit required application at

2. Spokane Valley Private Home LPN or RN

Spokane Valley Private Home LPN or RN

Have you "been there and done that" with the politics of big hospital work? Or the pressure of high resident-to-staff ratios in nursing care facilities? Be part of our group of dedicated caregivers instead! We offer a fun and low-key work environment in a beautiful and well-organized home serving four young adults in Spokane Valley.

Our nurses provide treatments, ongoing assessment, administer medications and tube feedings, coordinate care with physicians and pharmacy, and work cooperatively with the nursing assistant team.

Part-time, 16 hours per week, NOC shifts on Saturday and Sunday, $21.50 - $28.18 per hour. Not physically demanding, 1:4 client ratio, Check us out; you'll be glad you did!

REQ: LPN/RN, able to pass required background check, have reliable transportation. Please submit required application at The Arc of Spokane, 320 E. 2nd Ave., Spokane, WA 99202 or download and submit the application at Position open until filled.

3. Disabilities Professionals and Community Trainer-COTE

The Arc of Spokane is seeking a self-motivated and organized human services professional to join the Sexual Abuse Prevention team at The Arc of Spokane to provide the Sexual Abuse Awareness, Intervention and Response training to disability services professionals and concerned community members in the Spokane area.  The successful candidate will have:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or other human services

  • The ability to meet training requirements to provide sexual abuse/assault services

  • Knowledge of adult learning styles

  • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite, specifically PowerPoint

  • Ability to pass a required background check

  • A valid Driver’s License and insurance

The following attributes are also desirable:

  • Experience with providing training

  • Good facilitation skills

  • Experience working with people with developmental disabilities and their families and service providers

  • Knowledge of resources for families of children and adults with developmental disabilities in Spokane County.

This is a part-time position beginning at 30 hours per week which includes medical, dental, life insurance, retirement after eligibility is met. Includes paid leave and paid holidays.  $19-21.85 per hour, salary is negotiable.  Funding for this position is grant-based and may be subject to change upon grant renewal.

Application Process:
The Arc of Spokane
320 E 2nd Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm
or download and submit required application, resume and cover letter at by closing deadline of December 14, 2018 at 5pm.

4. Community Inclusion Support Specialist

The Arc of Spokane is the region's go-to organization for advocacy and support of individuals with developmental disabilities. The Community Inclusion program (formerly Community Access) promotes independence and inclusion and is currently hiring a Support Specialist. Community Inclusion Support Specialists enjoy flexible work hours and working in a fun, creative, team environment where staff is empowered to help individuals succeed in accessing the community and building relationships.

Through identifying our participants' interests and the skill set that they can offer their community, you will be able to support them in getting involved with activities like:

•Volunteer work around the community
•Concerts and dances
•Crafts and interest based clubs (i.e. photography club) 
•Yoga, Zumba, etc.
•Billiards, bowling, bingo, etc.
•Church groups and events
•Community and neighborhood events and festivals
•and much, much, more.

It's an incredible opportunity to be able to get paid to have fun and help people with disabilities live a more full and meaningful life!

Required Qualifications:
Non-profit and community values
Proactive communicator
Self-starter/independent worker
Team player
Min 18 and HS Diploma/or GED
Desire to help others succeed
Driver's license, reliable transportation, auto insurance, clean 3-year driving record
Able to pass required background check

Compensation: $12.75-$14.66 per hour, DOE

Employment type: 30 hours per week, may become FT 40 hours in near future. Excellent benefits, paid leave and paid holidays.

Please submit the required application to The Arc of Spokane's main office located at 320 E. Second Avenue, Spokane, WA 99202 between the hours of 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday. Applications can also be downloaded and submitted at