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What’s it like working for ACCESS & Project Search Arkansas?
At ACCESS and Project SEARCH Arkansas we have a wonderful work atmosphere with a team approach. ACCESS serves individuals ages birth -21 with developmental delays. Project SEARCH Arkansas serves young adults with disabilities 18-35.
Characteristics we look for…
Team Player, takes initiative, independent, creative, innovative, dedicated, timely, organized, easy-going, problem solver, and FUN with an energetic personality!
Compensation and Benefits:
- Professional Development Opportunities
- Paid Time Off – 12 Days Annually
- School Break Leave – 18.5 Days:
- 7 Days – Christmas Break
- 5 Days – Spring Break
- 1 Day Each: Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day
- 1 Week in August
- 3 Days for Thanksgiving
- Health Insurance (employer shared cost) & Short-Term Disability (employer-paid)
- Dental, Vision, Life, Long-Term Disability & Supplemental Insurance (employee cost)
- 401(K) Retirement Plan – Employer Match (after eligibility met)
Current Job Listings
This position is responsible for providing job training, teaching, and support to interns participating in an internship program. This individual will help to facilitate the integration of persons with disabilities into the competitive workforce. Qualifications for this position include a high school diploma or GED and experience working with individuals with disabilities. Must possess excellent verbal and written, computer, organizational, multi-tasking, and problem-solving skills and be an independent worker, flexible, and goal-and-team-oriented. This position may require daily travel within a defined territory. The candidate must also have a valid driver’s license. College experience preferred. Full-time position (40 hours). Employed with ACCESS, but the position is located at the Mercy Fort Smith Project SEARCH program site in Fort Smith, AR. If interested, please send a resume to Rebekah Seljan at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact her at 501.515.2691 with questions.