Working at CHAP means being part of a dedicated team of people who care. 

Careers at CHAP 

A Great Place to Work

At CHAP, we pride ourselves on knowing more about home and community-based health care accreditation than anyone in the industry. We recruit and retain the best talent to help us continue this mission. 

Why Work at CHAP?

CHAP's mission is to define, verify and advance the highest quality of home and community-based care through its standards, accreditation, education and research. For our employees, this is a call to action — ensuring that we support our approximately 9,000 accredited sites as well as advance the field of community and home health.

CHAP strives to build a culture of professional development and performance management for both personal and professional growth. Our family-like environment provides our employees the opportunity to be who they are, enjoy their colleagues, and work in an atmosphere of individual and shared successes. We offer various comprehensive and competitive benefit packages for eligible employees and their dependents, with options designed to help them make the best decisions for themselves, their families and their lives.

We are people who care.

That's CHAP, and that's our promise to our employees.

2015 Seal of Distinction Award Winner



Benefits

 

Our generous benefits package includes:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Life insurance
  • AD&D
  • Disability insurance
  • 401(K)
  • Flex and dependent care spending accounts
CHAP recognizes that balancing personal and professional lives can be a challenge. That's why we provide support to help our employees manage their personal lives while they build their career.

  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Time off
  • Flexibility
  • Transportation benefits
  • Credit union
  • Cell phone discount plans
  • Travel services
  • Tuition assistance
CHAP is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or any classification protected by federal, state or local law.

Careers at CHAP – A Great Place to Work

Become part of a dedicated team of people who care. Together as one team, we are revolutionizing the accreditation experience. CHAP has a place for your skills, ideas and interests, along with an opportunity to help evolve the quality of home and community-based care.

Current job listings are posted below.

Position Title: Director of Accreditation
Status: Exempt
Reports to: Senior Vice President of Accreditation

Position Summary:

The Director of Accreditation of the Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP) is responsible for daily operations related to all accreditation activities, as well as collaborating in the selection, training and evaluation of Site Visitors.  The Director collaborates with other CHAP team members to ensure excellence in accreditation and customer service as well as CHAP continuous improvement. This person undertakes numerous oversight and supervisory activities in the pursuit of these goals including operational oversight and administrative activities to ensure consistent application of accreditation and regulatory standards, site visitor selection and retention, and the satisfaction and improvement of accredited organizations.  

As a member of the organization’s leadership team, supports CHAP’s mission, vision, and goals to ensure CHAP is the preferred accreditor of home and community-based care providers and a thought leader.

Principal Functions:

  • Directs site visitor function including selection, training, supervision and evaluation.  Conducts new hire orientation program and ongoing coaching as needed.
  • Reviews site visitor reports for accurate and consistent application of CHAP Standards of Excellence and regulations. Performs review and acceptance of Plans of Correction, communicating with organizations as necessary.  
  • Provides training, direction and supervision to ensure proactive customer service from all department team members, to support CHAP growth and customer service goals. Ensures all team members follow CHAP Customer Service Standards.
  • Directs a team of site visitors remotely. Responds to telephone calls from site visitors to assist as needed through the visit process and decisions regarding application of CHAP and regulatory standards.
  • Plans for and executes Board of Review process with timely follow-up of accreditation determinations and correspondence.
  • Participates in performance improvement and complaint investigation activities.
  • Responds to telephone and e-mails requests from pre-applicant and applicant organizations regarding selection of agency-specific service standards for accreditation and interpretation of CHAP Standards and CHAP’s process, standards, and self studies.  
  • Serves as subject matter expert by maintain strong and current working knowledge of all CHAP standards and all Medicare and industry regulations pertaining to CHAP’s deemed status and accreditation programs.
  • Ensures complete and accurate documentation of actions in agency hard copy and electronic records, including customer relationship management software.  
  • Collaborates with and assists other departments to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and CHAP policies and to ensure CHAP accredited organizations improvement and satisfaction.
  • Assesses performance, identifies knowledge deficits, develops, and delivers teleconference and webinar training to site visitors at least quarterly. Responsible for in-services for site visitors and for helping site visitors with proficiencies in deficiency identification and documentation.
  • Assures appropriate projection of site visits days for production of contracts and review of self studies as well as site visits performed in accordance with CHAP timeliness standards.
  • Participates in strategic planning and reporting.  
  • May participate in marketing and business development activity through attendance and presentations at trade shows and state association meetings.  
  • Performs other duties related to the safe and efficient operation of the organization.
  • This is a full-time position, based in CHAP’s District of Columbia home office.

Qualifications:

Education, Training and Experience

  • BS degree in nursing or other health related field required.  
  • Master’s degree in nursing or health-related field preferred. May consider additional work experience as a substitution for a master’s degree.
  • 8 years  management experience including staff supervision  
  • 8 years experience in Medicare certified home health agencies and/or other community-based health care services delivery    
  • Strong knowledge of at least one of the following: Medicare Conditions of Participation for Home Health and Hospice, and Medicare Supplier/Quality standards
  • Experience in a CHAP accredited organization extremely helpful
  • Sound knowledge and skills in quality improvement activities and processes.  
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills; effective interpersonal and team building attributes. A strong communicator with the ability to communicate with a broad range of people, from providers to regulatory personnel.
  • High level of energy and focus on customer satisfaction.  
  • Proficiency and a demonstrated competence in the Microsoft Office Suite an aptitude for technology and intermediate computer literacy 
  • Demonstrated experience efficiently managing a professional staff, setting and maintaining clear and consistent standards for staff performance.
  • Proven consensus builder among diverse constituencies who is also an assertive decision maker.
  • Experience developing and managing strategic plans, implementing goals in an organized fashion.
  • Flexibility in work schedule. Some work-related travel required.

For immediate consideration, please submit your resume along with a cover letter and salary requirement to jobs@chapinc.org.

Position Title: Site Visitor RN
Status: Per Diem
Reports to: Director of Accreditation

Position Summary
Under the direction of the Director of Accreditation the Site Visitor plans, organizes, coordinates and conducts community based health care organization accreditation site visits in accordance with CHAP Standards of Excellence, currently with a focus on home health as well as our other service lines. Accreditation activities are executed in accordance with CHAP Policies and Procedures governing the accreditation process. The CHAP Site Visitor ensures the protection of the confidentiality of all related site visit information except as otherwise required by law.

As a member of the accreditation and site visitor team, supports CHAP’s mission, vision, and goals to ensure CHAP is the preferred accreditor of home and community-based care providers and a thought leader.

Principal Responsibilities:
Complete site visit requirements and documentation, within CHAP standards and Federal/CMS guidelines, in an organized, accurate, and timely manner.
Site visit documentation is accurate, correct and complete, with appropriate standard citation and detailed reference to relevant evidence for the purpose of accreditation, validation; monitoring of  facilities; and complaint investigations.
Provide technical assistance to providers regarding CHAP Standards, CMS and other requirements. 
Demonstrate knowledge and application of CHAP accreditation process, Standards of Excellence, State and/or Federal Regulations
Submit required site visit documentation within required time frame.
Represent CHAP in a professional manner.
Report availability to CHAP Scheduler in established time-frame; Accept assignments; and confirm travel arrangements in a timely manner.
Prepare for assignments as appropriate including review agency self-study to assist in planning visit
Collaborate with team members.
Provide clarification, verification and quantification of site visit findings.
Participate in scheduled CHAP meetings in-service training and continuing education programs.
Work independently and/or with a team of other site visitors.

Qualifications:
Education, Training, and Experience

Five (5) to seven (7) years experience in middle to upper management position in a health care field in at least one program or service accredited by the Community Health Accreditation Program, Inc. (CHAP).   Bachelor’s Degree in a related specialty area required. Master’s Degree preferred. 

Active RN license to practice in home state, where required by discipline.
Knowledge of specialty area applicable to assignment, with a current focus on home health (i.e., other to include hospice, private duty nursing, and palliative, etc.); inspection, investigation and regulatory methods; medical terminology and coding; and the principles and operation of health care administration.  
Superior analytical, consultative, conflict resolution, mediation, written and verbal articulation skills.  
Effective critical thinking aptitude with the ability to apply and interpret CHAP Standards and Federal CMS regulations to inspections and/or evaluations of assigned sites.
Ability to work effectively as part of the accreditation team.
Successful completion of the CHAP site visitor orientation program which includes:  didactic classroom, competency testing and mentored site visit. 
Exceptional organizational and time management skills.  
Ability to travel independently. 
Excellent communication– written, oral, presentation, and interpersonal.  Ability to present oneself in a mature, confident and effective manner.
Expert level proficiency with computer skills and office applications. 

This part time per diem position requires full time independent travel by air or car or other means.   
Requires availability of a minimum of ten site visit days per month, exclusive of travel.

For immediate consideration, please submit your resume along with a cover letter and salary requirement to jobs@chapinc.org.

 

 

Position:                      Payroll Manager

Status:                         Exempt

Reports To:                Chief Financial Officer

Position Summary:

CHAP is an independent, nonprofit accrediting body for home and community-based health care organizations. CHAP is made up of people who care, on a mission to lead and a journey to serve.

Created in 1965 as a joint venture between the American Public Health Association and the National League for Nursing, CHAP was the first accrediting body for home and community-based health care organizations in the United States.  CHAP is headquartered in Washington, DC with field accreditation staff working across numerous states.

Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer, the Payroll Manager will handle payroll, cash receipts, accounts payable and other duties.  Extensive use of accounting software (SAP Business One), HR and Payroll system (Mangrove) and MS Office.

 

Principal Functions: 

CHAP seeks a Payroll Manager who will report directly to the Chief Financial Officer and will work closely with the Director of Human Resources. S/he is responsible for managing, directing, controlling, and processing CHAP’s bi-weekly payroll for 125 employees (approximately 70 of which are located outside of Washington, DC and all other payroll related duties.

Other key duties include Cash Receipts, Accounts Payable and other accounting responsibilities.

Responsibilities:

Payroll (30%)

  • Process payroll via Mangrove HR and Payroll; liaise with Human Resources regarding new hires,  terminations, benefit deductions, salary changes and other matters;
  • Maintain current knowledge & ensures compliance with all applicable laws;
  • Review deduction & benefit reports and work with Human Resources for reconciliation;
  • Oversee 401k contribution - prepare, review and upload 401k file to third-party administrator;
  • Support 401k and Worker’s Compensation annual audits;
  • Participate in annual 5500 and 990 filings;
  • Compile payroll related information and work schedules for external audits;
  • Play active role in improving payroll function;
  • Perform various journal entries, account reconciliations, and provides general ledger support;
  • Facilitate management and employee understanding of payroll procedures.

Cash Receipts (30%)

Primarily responsible for the receipt, application, reconciliation, and reporting of payments from CHAP customers. Record and report payments via mail, lockbox and credit card sources.  Reconcile daily cash posting edit lists to bank deposit receipt and cash log; resolve any issues.

  • Interface with internal customers to research and apply unallocated cash;
  • Prepare daily and monthly cash collection summary reports for use by Senior Management;
  • Assist in the review and research of the daily bank report to ensure all receipts have been posted and applied appropriately;
  • Research and recording on bank returned items;
  • Research and follow-up on credit card transactions;
  • Assist with monthly reconciliation of the cash accounts;
  • Ensure procedures are in compliance with current processing standards.

Accounts Payable (20%)

Responsible for the processing and operation of the Accounts Payable function, currently less than 50 invoices per week. 

  • Processes vouchers; ensures the accuracy of general ledger coding and that all transactions have been properly approved and adhere to internal policies and procedures;
  • Reviews the adequacy and accuracy of supporting documentation and ensures the proper accounting treatment is applied;
  • Prepares accounts payable related reports such as Disbursement Log;
  • Executes the annual preparation, review, distribution and filing of Form 1099s;                                 
  • Assists with year-end closing and the preparation of audit work papers/schedules;
  • Assists in the preparation of the annual Form 990;
  • Develops new processes where needed to improve existing processes;
  • Provides input into the update of the Accounting Policies and Procedures Manual.

Other Duties (20%)

Support other areas within Finance and Accounting function including month-end closing and other recurring or ad-hoc needs.

Qualifications:

Education, Training, and Experience

  • Credential, certificate or degree in accounting, finance or business administration; Bachelor’s degree a plus;
  • Three to Five years of directly related experience; 
  • Proficiency with HR and Payroll systems; Microsoft Office applications; SAP Business One; Prior customer service experience required;
  • Ability to work effectively with others and independently;
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and projects, meeting necessary deadline; ability to resolve problems quickly and effectively with minimal supervision;
  • Strong organizational skills including the ability to maintain files and records in a manner that allows quick and easy retrieval;
  • Ability to complete assignments with a high degree of accuracy and confidentiality.
  • Professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Must adhere to CHAP Customer Service Standards.
  • Must possess the ability to exercise independent judgment.

Physical Requirements

This position involves full time work based in the Washington, DC office.  Due to the nature of this job, lifting of materials and equipment of up to 50 pounds is required. Extended periods of sitting/standing are required.

Some local travel may be required.  Speaking in fluent English is required as are above average writing skills for written correspondence.  The candidate must be able to hear and see to effectively perform this job. Extensive work on a PC and telephone, at a desk, is required.

The physical demands and work environment that have been described is representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Application Process

Please reference this position and submit cover letter, resume and salary expectations to CHAP at jobs@chapinc.org.

 

Position:                    Quality and Compliance Intern

Status:                       Intern

The Community Health Accreditation Partner, Inc. (CHAP) is an independent, non-profit accrediting body which was established in 1965. CHAP accreditation publicly certifies that an organization has voluntarily met the highest standards of excellence for home and/or community-based health care. Additional benefits of accreditation by CHAP include management consultation of the highest quality, access to a broad network of professional resources, and guidance critical to building intra and inter-organizational collaboration and strength.

Position Summary

The Quality and Compliance Intern will provide support in drafting and finalizing standard operating procedures (SOPs) that support compliance with CMS Federal regulations and internal efficiencies.  The intern will work with CHAP staff and Sr. Leadership to document existing processes as well as help define new workflow patterns to optimize CHAP staff time and resources. 

Job Responsibilities

  • Document established internal processes in the form of standard operating procedures
  • Work with CHAP staff to identify if problems or inefficiencies exist in current procedures
  • Analyze current processes to determine if they are aligned with current policies
  • Make recommendations for changes in processes and/or policy to support more efficient workflows and compliance with CMS Federal regulations
  • Diagram workflow patterns
  • Identify monitoring or performance measures to support adherence to SOPs
  • Develop documentation for CHAP staff to support training on existing and new SOPs

 Qualifications

The internship is unpaid and will last approximately 10 to 12 weeks in the CHAP Washington DC office.  The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:

Enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program related to public policy, public health or health policy, economics, statistics, or similar studies;

  • Possess strong analytical skills;
  • Possess a high attention to detail;
  • Have clear communication (verbal and written) skills; and
  • Ability to work in a team environment as well as be self-directed.

Position:                    Data Analyst

Status:                       Exempt

Reports To:              Business Analytics Manager

The Community Health Accreditation Partner, Inc. (CHAP) is an independent, non-profit accrediting body which was established in 1965. CHAP accreditation publicly certifies that an organization has voluntarily met the highest standards of excellence for home and/or community-based health care. Additional benefits of accreditation by CHAP include management consultation of the highest quality, access to a broad network of professional resources, and guidance critical to building intra and inter-organizational collaboration and strength.

Position Summary

The Data Analyst will provide extensive data analysis on CHAP’s accreditation data to support program improvement and research projects.  Working within CHAP’s Standards, Quality and Compliance Team, the Data Analyst will provide ongoing data analysis to support internal and external operations, ensure the accuracy and integrity of all data reported, use data to develop models to support business processes, and develop reports for key stakeholders, including CHAP’s Board of Directors.           

Job Responsibilities

  • Perform data extraction, storage, manipulation, processing, and analysis
  • Use SQL  and Excel to analyze and manipulate data
  • Assist in designing models and conducting research studies to help quality assurance, business development, and strategic thought leadership
  • Maintain data integrity through implementing appropriate data quality control procedures and checks
  • Identifies and tracks data issues and develops repeatable processes to prevent future occurrences of data problems identified.
  • Tracks and monitors key data to support reporting to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and CHAP’s Board of Directors
  • Present data in various formats, including web-based, PowerPoint, Excel, etc
  • Stay current on trends in the community-based health care field to assist in strategic analysis of data

    Qualifications

    Education, Training and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Masters degree preferred 
  • Three to five years of progressively solid data analysis and SQL database experience
  • Knowledge and experience working with complex relational databases
  • Knowledge of key statistical concepts, such as precision and reliability, and their application in data analysis and reporting
  • Knowledge and ability to extract and query data from SQL databases
  • Ability to present complex data in a simple, understandable way
  • Strong analytic and critical thinking skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office

Position Title:   Information Systems Administrator 

Status:                  Exempt

Reports to:         Vice President of Information Technology

Position Summary: 

A broad range of responsibilities that include computer systems configuration and maintenance, service desk support, and monitoring of CHAP’s production computing environment.  This includes the provisioning and troubleshooting of production servers, providing computing support to local and remote employees, and troubleshooting with customers experiencing technical issues with our accreditation software.  Uses analytical skills to ensure that system hardware, operating systems, software systems, and related procedures adhere to the highest quality of service while gathering information and testing systems to support IT staff.  Assists with written documentation including: user manuals, troubleshooting guides, issues and resolutions logs, asset inventories, and status reports.  Provide software training and support to staff on the use of software when needed.  Work closely with other IT staff to troubleshoot and solve problems.

Principal Functions:

  1. Service desk support - from inception to resolution - for all software, hardware, and connectivity related issues for approximately 50 internal office-based staff and 100 field-based employees, via email, telephone, video conferencing, or face-to-face.  This includes the analysis and identification of systemic issues.
  2. Installation, testing, troubleshooting, maintenance and support of operating systems, software, and hardware.  This includes local and cloud implementations.
  3. Provisioning, configuration, and upgrade of physical and virtual production ready servers in a Windows/Cisco environment.
  4. Create, change, and delete user accounts for network and software systems while observing domain based access rights, security roles, and distribution groups.
  5. Monitors key metrics in network performance and activity logs to ensure that systems are secure and operating as expected.
  6. Perform backup and recovery of network servers, databases, and email services.
  7. Support for unified telecommunications, including video conferencing, and VoIP telephony.
  8. Provide friendly and competent customer service to all users.  Meet all service level agreement (SLA) requirements, escalate issues as necessary, and provide weekly reports on issues, and ongoing problems requiring management attention.
  9. Document resolutions to repeated issues in IT helpdesk knowledgebase to reduce resolution time for future incidents.
  10. Work with and collaborates with CHAP’s software development team, as appropriate.
  11. Assist with maintaining hardware and software inventories, site and/or server licensing.
  12. Assist with developing policies and procedures, as well as training documentation and presentations, to help build a reference library for use by system users.
  13. Contribute to the planning, strategy, and realization of I.T.’s long term vision.
  14. Participate in on-call support
  15. Implement and follow all CHAP’s IT standards, and perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Specific Skills

  • Experience administering, troubleshooting, and configuring windows based personal computers.
  • Ability to create, configure, maintain, and secure Windows Server 2008 (and above) servers for a production environment.  This includes IIS web servers and SQL database servers.
  • Proficiency in the setup and administration of Microsoft Office 365 and / or Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
  • Skilled understanding of Active Directory authentication principles.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Exchange configuration and administration in a hybrid environment.
  • Experience with backup and recovery tools, such as Carbonite and/or AppAssure.
  • Experiences working with virtualization technologies such as Hyper V and/or VM Ware.
  • Experience with configuration and task automation utilities such as Powershell.
  • Familiarity with writing and executing SQL scripts in a SQL Server environment.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems or related field preferred.
  • 3+ years’ experience in a high volume technical support environment.
  • Team player who can work in a fast-paced, growing environment.
  • Excellent oral and written communication, listening, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to analyze and solve problems, think logically and creatively, follow established procedures, with the commitment to see the problem through to resolution.
  • Excellent customer service skills, including the ability and willingness to communicate effectively and appropriately in an empathetic and understanding manner.
  • Willingness to share knowledge with team members, management, and users.
  • Ability to develop training materials and user manuals, and present training programs on software and hardware use.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, verbal, diagram, or schedule form.
  • Ability to learn quickly.

Desired

  • A+, Microsoft Certified Professional (MCS/MCP), and familiarity with ITIL principles preferred.

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear.  The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 30 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Position:                      Quality and Standards Analyst

Status:                          Exempt

Reports To:                 Quality Assurance and Standards Manager

Position Summary:

Under the direction of the Quality Assurance and Standards Manager, the Quality and Standards Analyst ensures the accuracy and integrity of all data reported to CMS and supports internal CHAP process improvement efforts.   The ideal candidate will work to ensure compliance with CHAP policies and procedures, and state and federal regulatory requirements. In addition, the Analyst will support efforts around the implementation of a revised set of CHAP’s Standards of Excellence. As a member of the organization’s team, he/she supports CHAP’s mission, vision, and goals to ensure CHAP is the preferred accreditor of home and community-based care providers.

Principal Functions:

  • Audits documents submitted by Site Visitors, Accreditation Specialists and Directors of Accreditation to ensure accurate and complete information in hard copy and electronic client record files;
  • Inputs facility and survey data into CMS reporting database, ASSURE, and performs basic analysis for CMS reporting of performance measures;
  • Ensures that accreditation records comply with organizational policies and state and federal requirements;
  • Actively participates in activities to improve organizational performance;
  • Provides technical assistance to management in terms of regulatory compliance, quality monitoring & documentation;
  • Assists in the maintenance of current accreditation standards as well as the testing and implementation of new Standards of Excellence; and
  • Other related duties as assigned, including research and other special projects related to quality, compliance and cross-departmental collaboration.

Qualifications

Education, Training and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree with health care and/or accreditation experience required; Masters preferred;
  • Three to five years of progressive professional experience directly related to job responsibilities, or similar experience required;
  • Experience in a high volume administrative support or data/project management position;
  • Demonstrated ability to audit and perform quality checks of information within documents and databases and enter data accurately;
  • Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy required;
  • Expert level proficiency with Word, Excel, Outlook and database management;
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and to maintain confidentiality;
  • Demonstrated problem solving and listening skills and ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively;
  • Demonstrated ability to triage situations and refer individuals appropriately to senior administrative staff for decisions;
  • Excellent communication skills – written, presentation, and interpersonal.  Ability to present oneself in a mature, confident and effective manner;
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently, as well as a member of a team, in a fast-paced environment with the ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects in an organized and efficient manner; and
  • Possess an interest in collaboration, a passion for innovation and positive attitude.

Physical Requirements

This position involves full time work based in the Washington, DC office.  Due to the nature of this job, lifting of materials and equipment of up to 25 pounds is required.  Extended periods of sitting/standing are required. Some local and national travel may be required.  Speaking fluent English is required, as are excellent writing skills.  The candidate must be able to hear, see and comprehend written documents to effectively perform this job.  Extensive work on a PC and telephone, at a desk, is required.

The physical demands and work environment that have been described is representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

For immediate consideration, please submit your resume along with a cover letter and salary requirement to jobs@chapinc.org.