Overview: ARCHS welcomes applications from people that embrace ARCHS' mission, vision, and values - with a focus on exemplary business skills to manage grant funding and the utmost compassion to serve the region's most under-resourced children and families.

Though phone calls are not accepted, all applications will be reviewed. Those exceptional candidates whose qualifications match ARCHS' needs are contacted.

An Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE):
ARCHS seeks to ensure that qualified applicants are considered for employment and are not discriminated against with regard to race, color, national origin, citizen status, creed, religion, religious affiliations, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, veteran status or any other protected status under applicable law.

Benefits Offered:
-401(k) with a highly-competitive match
-Health, dental, and vision coverage/insurance
-Paid time off (PTO)
-Mileage reimbursement commensurate with job duties
-Professional development and learning opportunities
-Staff events

Current Opportunites:

Program Director:
ARCHS is seeking a detailed, results-oriented Program Director. Duties will include management, hands-on strategic technical assistance and monitoring of victims of crime related grants. This position requires a strong foundation in managing federal grants and operating knowledge of human service programs. Must possess a working knowledge of contract performance management, including setting targets for milestones, meeting outcome results, and adhering to deadlines.

Proven ability in documentation/results reporting, managing invoices and assessment/evaluation is necessary, as are strong meeting facilitation, community relations, and project management skills. Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s in Business, Criminology, Education, Sociology, Social Work, or related fields (Masters a plus), excellent writing and presentation skills, and strong competence in database management, virtual meeting facilitation and Microsoft® Office.

Submit letter of application, resume at: https://bit.ly/3JxtEH1

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: 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, and other strategic duties as assigned.

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.

Submit letter of application, resume at: https://bit.ly/3JApRZM

ARCHS offers credit-based volunteer (non-salaried) internships: Intern applicants should be college or graduate 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. To apply, please email your cover letter and resume toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..