Are you an experienced leader looking for your next career opportunity? We are seeking a highly skilled and knowledgeable individual to join our team as the Director of Guardianship and Trust Services. In this role, you will be responsible for overseeing the management of our Guardianship and Trust Departments in our Scranton, Pennsylvania headquarters, with a focus on Guardianship of Person and Estate along with Special Needs, Educational, and Pooled Trusts. You will be responsible for ensuring that these programs are administered in accordance with relevant laws and regulations. You will also play a key role in developing and implementing strategies to provide excellent services to our individuals and maintaining exceptional relationships with our service partners.
We currently serve 225 Guardianship individuals across the Commonwealth from our Scranton location. Our Guardianship visits are supported by staff from our other office locations in Pennsylvania. Our Trust Department currently serves 1,270 individuals from our Scranton location. We prefer candidates with experience with individuals in the aging, behavioral health, and intellectual disability populations, as well as experience with Special Needs Trusts and Pooled Trusts. A Bachelor's degree in a relevant field is required; a Master's degree is preferred. We also prefer candidates with certification through the National Guardianship Association. Staff supervisory experience of five years or more is preferred. Our current staff complement consists of 14 professionals. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, as well as a sign-on bonus and relocation expenses if necessary. If you have a strong background in Guardianship and Trust Administration and are looking for a challenging and rewarding role, we encourage you to apply today. Compensation package commensurate with experience.


Implement/Supervise Guardianship Duties:

  • Ability to appear/present professionally at court proceedings.
  • Medical/Placement decisions.
  • Monthly visitations.
  • Financial oversight.
  • Preparation/Review/Filing of required Court/Other Reports.
  • Communication with Wards and the Wards’ Supports to enable the best decision making on the Ward’s behalf.
  • Supervise the 24-hour on-call system for emergency Ward care.
  • Development of individualized support plans.

Implement/Supervise Trust Duties:

  • Oversee implementation of Trust documents.
  • Financial oversight.
    - Review and approval of disbursement requests.
    - Review of Trust Funding.
  • Communication with beneficiaries’ parents/guardians with questions and dispute resolutions as necessary.

General Skills:

  • Excellent Communication Skills Verbal and Written.
  • Proven Leadership Skills.
  • Supervisory Skills for a Current Staff of 14.
  • Ability to multi-task.
  • Organization and planning skills.

Reply in confidence to Debbie Zielinski, SPHR, SHRM-SCP at


Equal Opportunity Employer




We are seeking an Incident Management Specialist to work in Luzerne and surrounding counties to conduct investigations with individuals who have developmental disabilities, their family members, and other service professionals.


  • Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) Investigator Certification preferred but not required, (willing to train you to become a Certified Investigator)
  • Conducting Certified Investigations
  • Preparing Incident Management Investigation Reports
  • Reviewing daily ODP Incident Management incidents which includes internal and external tracking; and
  • Conducting Quality Management Reviews;

Essential Skills:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to generate detailed reports
  • Ability to meet strict timelines;
  • Flexible schedule; and
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.

Education/Professional Requirements::

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services preferred but not required; and
  • Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, their family members, and other service professionals.

Salary and a very generous benefits package commensurate with experience. Please reply in confidence to:


Equal Opportunity Employer

Wellness Nurse



Flexible 32 – 40 HOUR WORK WEEK


We are seeking a full-time (flexible 32-40 hours work week) resisted nurse or LPN to serve Monroe and surrounding counties. This position will be a part of a collaborative team to improve the health and well-being of individuals who have extensive physical and behavioral health conditions.


  • Identify and provide, in collaboration with case managers, individuals with frequent usage of physical and/or behavioral health services and offer them assistance in developing an individualized wellness plan.
  • Design and conduct periodic “health surveys” for individuals with co-morbid conditions.
  • Provide case-specific training and consultation to behavioral health staff who are working directly with individuals with co-morbid conditions.
  • Develop and implement programs around compliance to medical appointments and medication.
  • When necessary, accompany individuals to medical appointments.
  • Advocate for the health of the individual by: referring, helping access, and coordination of quality physical/behavioral health services; coaching individuals to advocate for themselves in meeting with health care providers; develop wellness materials for individuals on identifying and managing chronic health conditions.
  • Convene team meetings for individuals with complex physical/behavioral health issues.
  • Develop preventative wellness plans to preclude the development of chronic health conditions.
  • Assist in educating provider networks about the needs of individuals with serious mental illness.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork and reports in order to meet the administrative requirements of the program.

Education/Professional Experience:

  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
  • Interest and/or experience in Behavioral Health
  • Excellent computer and communication skills


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