Current Career Opportunities:

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ARCHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).


Infant Toddler Specialist

ARCHS is looking for 2 Infant/Toddler Specialists to work in Warren, Lincoln, Montgomery and St. Charles counties. Applicant must have at least 2 years of experience with infant/toddler care environments, goal setting, early childhood best practices, and be familiar with strength-based coaching techniques. Applicant will be required to complete site evaluations using the Infant Toddler Rating Scale, quality improvement goal setting, on-site visits, model best practices, and training using the West Ed Project Infant Toddler Curriculum (PITC).

Associates Degree in Early Childhood, Social Work or a related field with at least 24 credit hours in Early Childhood Education is required. Competence in Microsoft software including: Word, Excel, Power Point and Web Based Data Systems a plus. Applicant will be expected to be available on evenings and weekends for training purposes. Full benefits package, including 401(k) match.

Communications Specialist

ARCHS is seeking a full-time Communications Specialist with dynamic digital-age expertise. Use creative and technical skills to convey ARCHS’ story through strategic use of social media, writing, graphic design, photos, and videos.

Requirements: Minimum of a bachelor's degree; 1-2 years of digital media experience; highly organized; deadline focused; multi-tasker; outgoing; inquisitive; have reliable transportation/able to travel locally. ARCHS’ benefit package includes a 401(k) match. Be prepared to provide portfolio of work upon request.

Executive Assistant


ARCHS is seeking a full-time Executive 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.

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. EOE.


Meetings and Events Specialist

ARCHS is seeking a full-time Meetings and Events Specialist with creativity and resourcefulness in organizing and implementing successful functions that strategically support ARCHS’ funded initiatives. The ideal candidate should have superior organizational/logistic skills, great leadership qualities, excellent multi-tasking skills, and superb interpersonal skills. Candidates must be proficient in Word Office Suite (Word, PPT, Excel), budgeting, vendor coordination, timeline/task assignments, sponsor/exhibitor recruitment, on-line registrations, survey tools, photography, data processing, and report writing. Position will include additional administrative support assignments.

Requirements: Minimum of associate’s or bachelor’s degree, 3+ year experience and documented portfolio of meeting/event management. ARCHS’ benefit package includes a 401(k) match. Be prepared to provide examples of work upon request. EOE.

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.