Service Coordinator

UCP is an established non-profit organization
with a fulltime position available for someone
who is passionate and skilled in working with
people with developmental disabilities and their
families. This fast paced and rewarding position
requires strong time management skills,
excellent verbal and written communication, and
a history of working as part of a team.

This position is unique in that it offers a good
balance between working directly with children
and teenagers, service coordination and
supporting families caring for people with
disabilities of all ages. Responsibilities include
consulting with child care programs, community
inclusion, supervision and staff oversight; and
connecting families to qualified care providers.
Direct experience is required as is a BA/BS in a
related field. Vehicle/license/insurance
necessary. Competitive salary/benefits.

Please send cover letter with resume to

EOE/AA Employer.
United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County
2801 Coho Street, Suite 300
Madison, Wisconsin 53713

Communications and Development Assistant –
Part-time (20 hours/week)
We are seeking a dedicated and invested professional to assist with our special events, fundraising
and communication activities in support of UCP’s mission of Understanding Disabilities, Creating
Opportunities and Promoting Community.

The ideal candidate will have excellent organizational, communication and time-management skills.
S/he will be able to work independently and handle multiple tasks in a professional manner.
Proficiency with MS Office products is required. Database management is desirable.  The successful
candidate will have a minimum of two years’ experience in administrative support, communications
and/or special events. A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle is also required.

We offer a supportive environment and a competitive benefits package.

Cultural diversity is important to our agency; persons of color and/or diverse backgrounds are
encouraged to apply.

Submit resume and salary requirements to Trisha Davies, Director of Communications and
Development at