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employment opportunities.

We are always accepting résumés and applications for motivated and caring individuals to join our team. Our listing of current openings is updated weekly, so please check back often for the most current listing of available opportunities.

ACH Child and Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

benefits.

ACH provides many benefits to our highly trained and motivated staff. For more information, download our Summary of Benefits (115 KB).

how to apply.

You can apply to any of our open positions by clicking the “apply here” button below. Please note that mobile devices may not be compatible with our application system. If you are unable to apply online, please visit our Wichita Street Campus where you can apply via our on-site application kiosk. 

You can email any questions regarding the application process to jobs@ACHservices.org. Please DO NOT send any application materials (such as résumés or cover letters) to this email account. We can only accept application materials through our online application system. 

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position title

Accountant (download more information)

program name

Finance

job type Full Time
hours

Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM

location Wichita Street
education

Bachelors Degree in Accounting or Business required. 

experience

At least three years of general accounting experience including A/P & A/R, General Ledger, Payroll, MS Word, & MS Excel.  MS Excel proficiency at an intermediate level required.  Experience with Abila (formerly Sage) MIP software a plus.  Nonprofit experience a plus.

description

The Accountant will be responsible for various accounting functions which may include reconciling accounts, researching variances, preparing audit schedules and reports, reviewing financial reports, preparing government compliance reports and other general accounting duties.

position title

Data Entry Specialist (download more information)

program name

"Our Community, Our Kids"

job type Full Time
hours

Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM

location Benbrook OCOK Office
education

High School Diploma or GED required.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.

experience

A minimum of six months of experience working in data entry and/or related experience with some knowledge of the regulations that guide residential services is required.

description

Responsible for the data entry and reporting of youth’s information referred to the Agency. Promotes the well-being of children, participates in staff meetings/trainings and coordinates with staff from other agencies involved in providing services to children.

position title

Belltower Event Staff (download more information)

program name

Belltower Chapel

job type Temporary
hours

Hours vary, as needed

location Wichita Street
education

A high school diploma or GED is preferred.

experience

Previous job experience is preferred, but not required.

description

Seasonal/temporary/part-time position responsible for event setup and breakdown, site security and site maintenance under the direction of the assigned Event Facility Coordinator.

position title

Part Time On-Call Intake Specialist (download more information)

program name

"Our Community, Our Kids"

job type Part Time
hours

Varies, On-Call

location Benbrook, OCOK Office
education

A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required; a Master's degree in Social Work or related field is preferred.

experience

A minimum of two years experience working with children, youth, and families in the foster care system or related experience with some knowledge of the regulations that guide residential services is required.

description

Responsible for processing referrals and placing youth referred to the Agency by TDFPS and other agencies during over-nights and/or week-end hours. Promotes the well-being of children, participates in staff meetings/trainings, and coordinates with staff from other agencies involved in providing services to children. Performs the following duties directly; receives and reviews youth referral and intake information from DFPS staff. Accepts and coordinates appropriate placement of youth in properly trained and licensed facilities within timelines required. Handles crisis calls and emergencies which are called into OCOK intake line.

position title

Events & Community Outreach Coordinator (download more information)

program name

Development

job type Full Time
hours

Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM

location Summit Campus
education

A Bachelor’s degree is preferred, but not required with similar nonprofit or special event experience.

experience

At least 1-3 years of experience in nonprofit, special event or similar enviroment is preferred.

description

The Events & Community Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for coordination and logistics oversight and implementation for variety of internal and external events and projects that raise funds, awareness, and in-kind gifts for ACH Child and Family Services. This person will also play an important role as a member of the Development Team supporting donor stewardship and recognition activities and events and work directly with donors, committee members, and the public.

position title

Foster Care / Adoption Specialist (download more information)

program name

Foster Care / Adoption

job type Full Time
hours

Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM

location Wichita Street Campus
education

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required; a Masters degree in social work or related field is preferred.

experience

A minimum of two years of documented full time work experience in a child-placing agency is required with a Bachelor degree.

description

Provides clinical and technical support to Foster/Adopt parents through intensive case management services, crisis management, home visits, weekly contact, monitoring of standards compliance, documentation, ongoing training and advocacy. The job requires sensitivity to the services population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.

position title

Foster Care / Adoption Supervisor (download more information)

program name

Foster Care / Adoption

job type Full Time
hours

Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM

location Wichita Street Campus
education

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required; a Masters degree in social work or related field is preferred.

experience

A minimum of three years of experience working with youth and families or related experience with some knowledge of the regulations that guide a foster/adopt program is required with a Bachelor’s degree.

OR

A minimum of two years of experience working with youth and families or related experience with some knowledge of the regulations that guide a foster/adopt program is required with a Masters degree.

description

To assist in the monitoring of foster care/adoption services delivered by ACH Child and Family Services through direct supervision of Foster/Adopt Specialists.  The Foster Care/Adoption Supervisor will be responsible for providing leadership, ensuring compliance with all standards and contract requirements, and will provide direct supervision on all foster/adopt cases as assign.

position title

Junior Database Analyst (download more information)

program name

IT

job type Full-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8 - 5

location Benbrook Office
education

Bachelor's degree in a Computer Science field or two or more years work experience in a related role preferred.  Experience in working with non-profit preferred.

experience

Experience with electronic health records software preferred, MS Office, and other standard software applications.  Knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of social services, including HIPAA and other privacy laws, preferred.

description

Work closely with Analytics Supervisor to continuously improve business functions through automation and efficiencies.  The primary role involves implementing new software solutions, improving existing software deployments, analyzing data and resolving data quality issues.  The role requires a professional and proactive work ethic and working well within a team dynamic.

position title

Belltower Chapel Administrative Coordinator (download more information)

program name

Belltower Chapel

job type Part-Time, with a transition to Full-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8AM - 5PM

location Wichita Street Campus
education

High school diploma or GED is required.

experience

Wedding / Special Event process management preferred, but not required.

description

Responsible for administrative tasks related to the Belltower Chapel; phones, email, files, calendar, accounts payable, accounts receivable, data entry, reporting and resource scheduling. Must demonstrate excellent customer service and interpersonal skills. Mastery of Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, and Powerpoint) and knowledge of Salesforce applications preferred, as well as knowledge of bookkeeping functions in QuickBooks. Must be highly organized and detail oriented. Must demonstrate excellent time-management skills, initiative, flexibility, ability to multi-task, work independently, and serve as a good team leader. Proficient marketing / social media skills. Must not have been charged with or convicted of felony or criminal offense against a child.

position title

OCOK Care Coordinator (download more information)

program name

"Our Community, Our Kids"

job type Full-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8 - 5

location Benbrook OCOK Office
education

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required; a Masters degree in social work or related field is preferred.

experience

A minimum of one year of experience working with children, youth and families in foster care or related experience with some knowledge of the regulations that guide residential services is required. Experience working with children and youth through the adoption process is preferred.

description

Responsible for coordinating and approving services for youth placed with OCOK. Promotes the well-being of children, participates in staff meetings/trainings and coordinates with staff from other agencies involved in providing services to children. Performs the following duties directly: Receives and reviews youth placement information to make determination of services.  Accepts and coordinates appropriate services and level of care for the youth within timelines required.

position title

STAR Counselor (download more information)

program name

The STAR Program

job type Part Time (PRN)
hours

Varies

location Wichita Campus
education

BA / BS in Psychology, social services, or related field. Masters preferred.

experience

Minimum of one year experience working with at-risk youth, providing crisis intervention, intake, and assesment, case management, or individual and family therapy is required. Ability to demonstrate and quickly acquire strong skills in crisis intervention, Solution Focused therapy, group facilitation, and public relations required. Excellent communication and time management skills required.

description

Respond to service requests within 24 hours with crisis intervention to stabilize circumstances of family conflict, truancy and incidents of running away. Provide in-home or in community assesment and family preservation services, including counseling, case management, and skill-based groups. Prepare and submit all required paperwork and reports, in a timely manner. The job requires sensitivity to the service population's cultrural and socioeconomic characteristics.

position title

STAR Clinical Supervisor (download more information)

program name

STAR

job type Full-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8AM - 5PM

location Wichita Street Campus
education

Master’s in psychology, social work, or related field. Training in counseling models especially Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. Training in trauma informed care and trauma counseling.  Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Clinical Social Worker preferred. Additional certification as an LPC-Supervisor, LMFT-Supervisor or LCSW-Clinical Supervision preferred.

experience

Two years experience providing crisis intervention counseling, intake and assessment with at-risk youth required. Two years clinical supervision preferred. Understanding of crisis intervention, basic counseling models especially Solution-Focused Brief Counseling.  Training and experience in trauma counseling, youth and family counseling and Evidence Based Programs.  Excellent communication skills required.

description

Coordinate counseling services (crisis calls, referrals, counseling, etc,) so that STAR clients receive timely, competent, caring responses from the first call to discharge. Provide ongoing supervision to STAR Counselors, ensuring that the agency philosophy and practices (Solution-Focused methods and Other Evidence Based Programming) are implemented throughout service delivery.  Represent ACH in the community.

position title

AIRS Specialist II (download more information)

program name

AIRS

job type Part-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 4pm - 9pm

location Wichita Street Campus
education

One year experience working with youth or families in crisis required. BA/BS degree in human services or related field required. Bi-lingual skills strongly preferred.

experience

Minimum of one year of experience working with youth and/or families experiencing emotional crises, providing assessment, de-escalation and crisis intervention is required.  Experience successfully delivering hotline or crisis line services over the telephone or in person is preferred.

description

Referrals to ACH programs and other community agencies as determined by AIRS Specialist’s assessment of youth and family’s needs.  Provides agency’s primary and time sensitive assessment and crisis intervention response to telephone callers, walk-in clients and non-crisis voicemail/email inquiries for assistance or program information.    Collect and distribute client information.  Offer in-depth knowledge to ACH program staff concerning community resources available to youth and families with specialized needs. The job requires sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. Demonstrate the “No Wrong Door” concept when providing triage and crisis intervention services to initial callers and walk-ins in order to determine the most appropriate referral to an ACH program or a provider in the community.  Act as a resource specialist for ACH staff seeking assistance to meet client’s needs beyond the capacity of their program, and be a resource specialist to the community seeking assistance.

position title

The LIFE Project Case Manager (download more information)

program name

The LIFE Project

job type Full-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8AM - 5PM

location Wichita Street Campus
education

A Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field from an accredited college or university is preferred.

experience

Three years’ experience and skill in social service programs with preference given to those who have worked with young adults aging out of foster care or working with young adults in community programs. Experience addressing problems and issues young adults may experience in The LIFE Project; knowledge, skills or experience assisting young adults in accessing and using governmental and community resources.

description

Management of The LIFE Project operations to ensure quality services to clients and compliance with all contract requirements. The LIFE Project Case Manager works with young adults in the custody of TDFPS to assist them in meeting their goals leading toward independent living. The position requires sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.

position title

Bookkeeper (download more information)

program name

Finance

job type Full-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8AM - 5PM

location Wichita Street Campus
education

Associates Degree in Accounting or equivalent experience.

experience

General bookkeeping/accounting experience including A/P & A/R, General Ledger, 401(k), Payroll, MS Word, & MS Excel.  Experience with Sage MIP software and/or third party payroll software a plus.  Grant billing experience desired.

description

The Bookkeeper will be responsible for various accounting functions which may include processing vendor invoices and revenue receipts, coding for proper financial classification, auditing for budget conformance and appropriate approvals, reconciling accounts, timesheet and payroll processing, billing funding sources for program services and expenses, and other general accounting duties.

position title

Foster Care Program Support Specialist (download more information)

program name

Foster Care

job type Full Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8-5 pm

location Wichita Campus
education

High School education or equivalent. Bachelor's degree preferred.

experience

Minimum of one year experience working with foster care/adoption records . Minimum of one year of experience auditing records for State licensing requirements. Proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong project management, customer service and organizational skills with attention to details.

description

Entering required data into current client data base, producing reports from the data base and develop tracking system.

position title

Data Entry Specialist (download more information)

program name

"Our Community, Our Kids"

job type Full-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8AM-5PM

location OCOK Campus
education

High School Diploma or GED required.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.

experience

A minimum of six months of experience working in data entry and/or related experience with some knowledge of the regulations that guide residential services is required.

description

Responsible for the data entry and reporting of youth’s information referred to the Agency.  Promotes the well-being of children, participates in staff meetings/trainings and coordinates with staff from other agencies involved in providing services to children.

position title

Quality Improvement and Contract Specialist (download more information)

program name

Our Community, Our Kids

job type Full-Time
hours

Monday - Friday, 8AM - 5PM

location Benbrook Offices
education

A Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, or related degree required.  

experience Two years of experience in a Health or Social Service organization. Child-placing agency experience given preference.
description

Work closely with the OCOK Director of Quality Improvement and Contracting to manage the Provider Network quality improvement process and compliance to the terms and outcomes of their contracts.  This position is responsible for ensuring that the quality of services is monitored and tracked, including out-of-home services, protective supervision and adoption-related services. Assists in the development and implementation of performance improvement plans, tracks results, monitors and reports the outcomes. Ensures contract compliance of provider network.

position title

Youth Care Specialist (download more information)

program name

Residential Behavioral Care, Emergency Youth Shelter, Wedgewood

job type  Full-Time, Part-Time, Live-In Respite
hours

All hours and shifts vary.

location Varies
education

High School diploma or GED required; A Bachelor’s degree in a human service field from an accredited college or university preferred.

experience

Six months of direct care and positive guidance experience of youth. Effective listening and communication skills, understanding of children, youth, and families in crisis.

description

To provide safety, basic care, a supportive learning experience, and provide empathic adult guidance to clients. A Youth Care Specialist requires sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.  The Youth Care Specialist will support various programs including Behavioral Care group home, Emergency Youth Shelter, Families Together or LIFE Project.  The residential programs work to build on the client’s strengths, assists them to create solutions, and discover hope for their future.

position title

Shelter Team Supervisor (download more information)

program name Emergency Youth Shelter job type Part-Time
hours

Saturday & Sunday, 

7AM-3:30PM & 3PM - 11:30PM

location Summit Campus
education

High school diploma required. Bachelor's degree in human services field preferred.

experience

At least one year of direct care experience required. Experience would include crisis intervention, building rapport, and engaging children and youth in activities. One year supervisory experience preferred. Strengths include initative, leadership skills, innovative, strong communication skills, and interest in training opportunities for personal development. 

description

Responsible for achieving the goals and program objectives of the program. Provides supervision of clients; maintains confidentiality; implements crisis intervention; assists clients to achieve their goals; assists client and family to achieve reunification (unless alternative placement is necessary); adheres to the policies and procedures of the program, TDFPS, and the agency. Requires sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics. 

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