We are hiring a Fiscal Specialist for our Scranton office


We are seeking a full-time Fiscal Specialist for our Scranton location.


  • Internal audit experience for a specialized department;
  • Knowledge of internal controls;
  • Preparing information for the annual independent departmental audit;
  • Review of standard accounting and financial reporting systems in the course of the internal audit function;
  • Preparing financial and service statistic reports;
  • Serving as liaison and maintaining effective internal working relationships; and
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Preferred skills and experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field or related experience;
  • Knowledge of the developmental disability and/or mental health services; and
  • Knowledge of tax preparations.

Essential Skills and Experience:

  • Commitment to the Alliance mission and values;
  • Knowledge of budgeting principles;
  • Ability to manipulate a computer database;
  • Ability to meet timelines;
  • Customer service capabilities; and
  • Good Communication skills.

Salary and benefits commensurate with experience. Please reply in confidence to:

Mail to:

The Advocacy Alliance
Vice-President/Chief Human Resources Officer
846 Jefferson Avenue
P.O. Box 1368
Scranton, PA 18501

Email: info@theadvocacyalliance.org
Fax: (570) 207-9194

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action y Employer

Self Advocacy Day 2016 was a HUGE Success!

On May 6, 2016, Self Advocacy Day was held at Pocono Inne Town in Stroudsburg PA. This day was funded by Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health/Developmental Services Program and provided an opportunity for self-advocates to share with other self-advocates and those who support them with what they need to live an Everyday Life.

Featured speakers were Sherri Landis from DREAM Partnership, whose mission is to develop a selection of post-secondary educational opportunities for students with intellectual disabilities in PA. Career Independent Living & Learning Studies were presented by Ronald Nagel & Samantha Cepeda, students from the CILLS program who described their experiences at East Stroudsburg University.pic1

In the photo to the left are (L) James Furiosi, MA, M.Ed., Quality Manager of CMP Developmental Services Department and our guest host of the day, (R) Ernie Roundtree, Self-Advocate. In the next photo below are students from the CILLS program, (L) Ronald Nagel and (R) Samantha Cepeda.pic2