Current Career Opportunities:

NO phone calls please. ARCHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Early Childhood Director

ARCHS has a position for a Director with its Early Childhood and Parenting Initiatives. Applicant must have experience with family child care and/or faith-based child care environments, goal setting, early childhood best practices, and be familiar with strength-based coaching techniques. Applicant will be required to complete monthly on-site visits with family and/or faith-based child care providers, model best practices, and complete assessments in order to work with owner/directors and teachers to individualize quality improvement.

Requirements: A Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood, Social Work or a related field with at least 24 credit hours in Early Childhood Education, Competence in Microsoft software including: Word, Excel, Power Point and Web Based Data Systems a plus. Applicants will be expected to conduct early childhood and leadership trainings. ARCHS offers a full benefits package, including 401(k) match. No phone calls please. Please apply to this position at the following link by March 30, 2020.

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Executive Administrative Assistant
ARCHS is seeking an Executive Administrative Assistant reporting directly to the CEO, and secondarily providing administrative support to the senior leadership team and Board of Directors in a well-organized and timely manner.

Responsibilities Include: Serving as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the CEO. Organizes and coordinates executive outreach and external relations efforts. Manages CEO’s calendar and makes company-wide travel arrangements. Maintains funding database, and provides minimal financial support to CFO. Take dictation and minutes and accurately enter data. Produce reports, presentations and briefs. Develop and carry out an efficient documentation and electronic filing system.

Requirements: 5 yrs experience or executive level assistance (preferred). Full comprehension of office management systems and procedures. Excellent knowledge of MS Office. Exemplary planning and time management skills. Up-to-date with advancements in office equipment and applications. Ability to multitask and prioritize daily workload. High level verbal and written communications skills. Ability to be discrete and confidential.

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Internships (on-going)

Credit-based volunteer (non-salaried) internships: Intern applicants should be seniors in college or master's level students. The internships target not-for-profit business management with a focus on communications, research/evaluation, and grant management. These are college credit-based, volunteer internship positions that offer hands on, portfolio building experience. A salary is not provided, but expenses, such as mileage are reimbursed.