Employment Opportunities

Investigator Auditor

Disability Rights Florida is accepting applications for Investigator Auditors throughout the State of Florida.

The Social Security Representative Payee Program provides financial management for beneficiaries that receive payment under the various Social Security programs where the beneficiary is incapable of managing their benefit. Disability Rights Florida has been charged with conducting on-site reviews at a variety of different facilities and homes of beneficiaries. The program will refer beneficiaries to other programs or services considered appropriate.

The Investigator Auditor is responsible for conducting investigations and on-site reviews of facilities and homes of the beneficiaries for possible mismanagement of funds or financial exploitation by people or facilities serving as social security representative payees. All applicants to this position must be able to pass the required government background clearance, be able to travel at least 50% of the time and work from home with great time management skills. Education equivalent to a four-year undergraduate degree required.

Excellent writing and organizational skills are required. Statewide travel required.

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. A favorable background check is required. Excellent benefits package.

Disability Rights Florida recognizes the diversity of our state and encourages all English, Spanish and Creole speakers to apply.

Please submit application (see below), resume, and writing sample to Renee Jackson:

Via mail:

Disability Rights Florida
2473 Care Dr. Suite 200
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Or fax: 850-617-6691

Or email: job628@disabilityrightsflorida.org

Deadline to apply is July 15, 2018.

DFWP/EOE

Staff Attorney

Disability Rights Florida is accepting applications for a Staff Attorney in the Hollywood, Florida office.

Our attorneys provide legal services and engage in individual and systemic advocacy on behalf of individuals with disabilities. Staff attorneys investigate allegations of civil rights violations and monitor state and private facilities for compliance with laws protecting the rights of individuals with disabilities. The ideal candidate would have several years of practical legal experience developing cases for hearings or trial, as well as a demonstrated interest in disability rights and a commitment to social justice advocacy.

Excellent writing and organizational skills are required. Statewide travel required.

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. A favorable background check is required. Excellent benefits package.

Please submit application (see below), resume, and writing sample to Renee Jackson:

Via mail:

Disability Rights Florida
2473 Care Dr. Suite 200
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Or fax: 850-617-6691

Or email: job613@disabilityrightsflorida.org

DFWP/EOE

Employment Application

When you apply for a position at Disability Rights Florida, you may need to complete our employment application. It is an accessible PDF file that you can fill it out and signed electronically, save it, and send it to us.

If you want to request an accommodation or need any assistance completing the application, please contact us at 1-800-342-0823.