Work at ACYR

Do you want to be a part of team that is dedicated to your success and growth as a professional? Do you want to be part of building a company that inspires people to be great? For over 35 years ACYR has helped prepare the next generation of worker. We are a non-profit community based organization dedicated to providing services and support for low-income young adults needing assistance completing their education and gaining employment. ACYR programs are youth centered and adapted to address a broad range of needs. ACYR programs provide safe and supportive environments that foster independence and personal growth for young adults as they build on existing strengths.

Great Career Opportunities

ACYR ideal candidates will be outgoing self-starters who excel at working independently and in teams while meeting deadlines with highly focused attention to detail. Our work environment is team-oriented, fast paced and fun. We encourage ALL of our employees to grow with the company and to become part of our success story. That’s why your success is ours! We support and encourage our employees by:

providing an ongoing training program.
developing and promoting from our hourly entry level positions when applicable.
helping our employees to continue/meet their personal and education goals
promoting participation in the development and healthy growth of ACYR and its many programs

Great Benefits
Competitive Base Salary with Paid Training
Comprehensive Medical benefits, Dental & Vision discounts
Simple IRA with company matched funds
Supplemental Insurance available through Humana or AFLAC
Two Weeks Paid Vacation, to start
16 hours of Personal Time Yearly
12 Days of Sick Leave Yearly
11 Paid Holidays, which includes your Birthday!
Automatic 5% Salary Increase upon successful completion of the Introductory Period.

To apply email your resume to hr@acyraz.org

Current Openings

Foreign Language Teacher, PT

Overview/Culture

At ACYR, our mission drives us, and you’ll see this in our desire to help others reach self-sufficiency.  We align our thinking on three values: youth-centered, accountable and quality-driven programming. Our programs are all developed using positive youth development principles, and encourages effective staff-youth partnerships

Overview of Objectives

To plan, prepare and deliver courses in their entirety within set time constraints as outlined in the curriculum.  Responsible for providing to students standards-based education in accordance with established educational requirements and student need.

Minimum Qualifications

Must hold a bachelor’s degree in appropriate subject area or hold a bachelor’s degree with 24-plus semester hours of study in appropriate subject area.  Strong communications skills are critical, both verbally and in writing.  Must be able to work independently and part of a team. Ability to commit to teamwork and establishing effective working relationships.  Willingness to consistently display a positive attitude and image of the agency, as well as provide high quality, effective customer service in all facets of communication.  Must consistently engage in learning and developing new skills and approaches.  Understands and utilizes positive youth development practices in all levels of work.

 

Experience working with at risk youth a plus. Bi-lingual bi-cultural a plus. Ability to be flexible as specific tasks will change with the evolution of the program. Acceptance of individual differences in people. Awareness of one’s capabilities and limitations.  Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in standards-based education and training; experience in curricula integration and alternative teaching strategies.

Background Check

Must have a reputation for honesty and trustworthiness.  Misdemeanor and/or felony convictions may be disqualifying depending on type, number, severity, and how recent.  The background check will consist of a reference checks, employment, and education, and criminal background search, Email verification with the Arizona Department of Education’s Investigations Unit for any ongoing investigation or open incident that have not been resolved.  This check will be initiated by ACYR’s Resource Manager and a contract offer is contingent upon a “no ongoing investigation and/or no unresolved issue(s)” response from ADE.

 

ACYR is an at-will employer and any offer of employment with ACYR is contingent upon a successful completion of said background check.

Certification/Licenses

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Valid Arizona State Teacher’s Certification (9-12) in appropriate subject area
  • Valid Arizona Identity Verification Print Card (Fingerprint Clearance Card)
  • NES/AEPA Content Certificate
  • Reading Endorsement
  • SEI or ESL or Bilingual Endorsement
  • Copy of complete transcripts

Responsibilities

All staff is responsible to meet agency goals and objectives outside of their responsibilities to the program they are a part of. Those responsibilities include; attending all ACYR mandatory training, agency functions and events, knowledge of ACYR mission, vision, programs and program goals.  Embodying the mission in all aspects of job performance by 100% participation in agency fundraising efforts, continuous self-improvement, and communicating effectively at all levels. 

 

  1. To plan, prepare and deliver courses in their entirety within set time constraints as outlined in the curriculum. Responsible for providing to students standards-based education in accordance with established educational requirements and student need.  Must be Highly Qualified in Government, History and Economics, no exceptions.
  2. Prepare course curriculum to include goals, objectives, methods, assignments, references and instructional aids; plan and prepare lesson plans.
  3. Develop and implement individual student education plans; assess student achievement and revise educational plans as necessary.
  4. Deliver course content and interact with students through a variety of instructional methods that address multiple learning styles.
  5. Document students’ progress and achievement, maintaining accurate and complete student records; grade and record all student assignments in a timely manner and submit grades to Registrar at the end of each grading period.
  6. Monitor the talents, special abilities, disabilities, deficiencies or problems of each individual student; assist students when necessary to enhance learning skills and complete projects.
  7. Promote and foster each student’s positive self-esteem and individual development toward their fullest potential in the areas of physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth.
  8. Establish and maintain positive interpersonal relationships with all students, parents/guardians and colleagues.
  9. Interface with colleagues and school administrative staff to assure consistency with the educational philosophy and goals of the school.
  10. Attend in-service training, conferences, staff meetings and parent/guardian meetings as required.
  11. Compile and report statistical data that demonstrates student and school progress
  12. Implement effective classroom management strategies to ensure an environment that is conducive to learning.
  13. Maintain equipment and materials in safe and efficient manner; maintain classroom and storage areas in a neat and orderly manner.
  14. Perform other related duties as assigned.

Administrative Assistant

 

Overview/Culture

At ACYR, our mission drives us, and you’ll see this in our desire to help others reach self-sufficiency.  We align our thinking on three values: youth-centered, accountable and quality-driven programming. Our programs are all developed using positive youth development principles, and encourages effective staff-youth partnerships

Principal Objectives/Purpose

 

The administrative assistant is responsible for providing professional administrative support to the CEO and the Board of Directors.  Performs a wide variety of duties such as typing, filing, answering phones, creating drafts, answering correspondence, making travel arrangements, dealing with highly confidential and sensitive information, note taking and tracking, scheduling, financial analysis, keeping the CEO organized and efficient, coordination of schedules and meetings, ordering supplies and working on special projects.

 

Directly participates in administrative decision-making; establishes, helps implement and enforces operational policies and procedures, and sets workflow priorities.  Performs tasks, which require advanced skills in organization and planning, and in-depth knowledge of agency mission, vision, operations and objectives.  Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize and organize a diverse workload and to recommend changes in agency practices or procedures. Demonstrates the necessary interpersonal/leadership skills to work effectively with diverse groups including Board Members, donors, employees, partners, visitors, and clients to accomplish the strategic goals of the foundation. The ideal candidate will possess excellent customer services skills, work well in a team atmosphere, manage projects effectively, and be willing to learn about the multiple services within the ACYR. Additionally, the candidate understands Roberts Rules of Orders and Open Meeting law and can serve in a capacity to provide guidance and direction to the board and CEO regarding both.

Essential Functions:
  • Serves as a trusted partner providing support on administrative and business management matters/activities.
  • Demonstrates superior, seamless customer service, integrity, and commitment to innovation, efficiency, and fiscal responsibility.
  • Is calm and effective under pressure. Is capable of handling multiple significant issues and tasks simultaneously, unexpected changes in priorities and concurrent tight deadlines.
  • Review and compose general internal and external correspondence, as directed by the CEO; reply, process, and/or re-direct as needed.
  • Is competent in the use of Outlook as a resource and tool to schedule meetings and correspond to internal and external emails.
  • Assists CEO in responding to complaints or requests for service in person, by telephone, and in writing in accordance with established ACYR policies and regulations;
  • Make travel, appointment, and meeting arrangements; confirm meeting attendees as appropriate
  • Assist in the coordination, supervision, and completion of special projects, as needed
  • Provide follow up to assignments given to management staff; provide status reports to the CEO
  • Research/analyze routine administrative projects for the CEO and Board of Directors
  • Create, manage, and maintain CEO calendar, agency and administrative calendars as directed by CEO
  • Assist in the preparation of grant applications and proposals
  • Assist in monitoring compliance with grants and budget.
  • Plan and coordinate internal organization events that are needed for CEO activities.
  • Welcome visitors; coordinate tours for CEO and Board visitors.
  • Keeps detailed and accurate records. Establish and maintain general filing system for safekeeping and confidentiality of official corporate records, contracts, etc.; ensure materials are kept in a logical order and are easily retrievable, in both written and electronic format.
  • Assist in writing and/or reviewing various reports and documents; prepare background documents as needed.
  • Prepare draft and final agendas for Board and committee meetings; ensure agendas are posted.
  • Prepare Board packets a minimum of 3 days prior to meetings.
  • Attend and prepare minutes for Board and the Executive Board committee and Charter School Board.
  • Maintain accurate, current roster for the Board and its committees.
  • Provide other administrative support to the Board of Directors as needed.
  • Consistently displays a positive attitude and image of the agency,
  • Must consistently engage in learning and developing new skills and approaches. Understands and utilizes positive youth development practices in all levels of work.
  • Use computers and computer systems to enter data or process information in various software programs, i.e. Excel, external grant sites, etc.
  • Utilizes and stays current on available technology and office equipment.
  • Monitors and recommends methods for improvement of office/facility procedures and functions.
  • Effectively establishes priorities based upon such factors as need for immediate action, work objectives and schedules.
  • Learn job-related material primarily through oral instruction and observation to effectively perform job duties. This learning takes place mainly on-the-job.

 

All staff is responsible to meet agency goals and objectives outside of their responsibilities to the program they are a part of. Those responsibilities include; attending all ACYR mandatory training, agency functions and events, knowledge of ACYR mission, vision, programs and program goals.  Embodying the mission in all aspects of job performance by 100% participation in agency fundraising efforts, continuous self-improvement, and communicating effectively at all levels. 

Required Competencies

Personal Effectiveness

  • Accountable & Dependable: Takes personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work, and achieves results with little oversight.
  • Attention to Detail: Diligently attends to details and pursues quality in accomplishing tasks.
  • Results Focus & Initiative: Focuses on results and desired outcomes and how best to achieve them. Gets the job done.
  • Self-Management: Manages own time, priorities, and resources to achieve goals.
  • Ethics & Integrity: Earns others’ trust and respect through consistent honesty and professionalism in all interactions.
  • Adaptability & Flexibility: Adapts to changing business needs, conditions, and work responsibilities.
  • Tact: Diplomatically handles challenging or tense interpersonal situations.
  • Customer Focus: Builds and maintains customer satisfaction with the products and services offered by the organization Maintains composure in highly stressful or adverse situations.
  • Stress Tolerance: Maintains composure in highly stressful or adverse situations.
  • Development & Continued Learning:  Displays an ongoing commitment to learning and self-improvement.
  • Self- Awareness:  Is introspective and aware of others concerns and feelings. Is aware of ones own strengths and limitations.

Communication

  • Reading Comprehension: Grasps the meaning of information and applies it to work situations.
  • Writing: Conveys ideas and facts in writing using language the reader will best understand
  • Speaking: Conveys ideas and facts orally using language the audience will best understand.
  • Listening: Understands and learns from what others say.
  • Bi-Lingual skills a plus.

Cognition/Reasoning

  • Analysis & Reasoning: Examines data to grasp issues, draw conclusions, and solve problems.
  • Decision Making & Judgment: Makes timely, informed decisions that take into account the facts, goals, constraints, and risks.
  • Creative & Innovative Thinking: Develops fresh ideas that provide solutions to all types of workplace challenges.
  • Problem Solving: Resolves difficult or complicated challenges.
  • Mathematical Reasoning: Uses mathematical techniques to calculate data or solve practical problems.

Interaction with Others

  • Relationship Building: Builds constructive working relationships characterized by a high level of acceptance, cooperation, and mutual respect.
  • Influences Others: Influences others to be excited and committed to furthering the organization’s objectives.
  • Teamwork: Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals and deliverables.
  • Valuing Diversity: Helps create a work environment that embraces and appreciates diversity.
  • Conflict Management: Effectively deals with difficult conversations or situations when they arise.

 

Leadership/Management Qualities

  • Planning & Organizing:  Coordinates ideas and resources to achieve goals.
  • Organizational & Political Savvy: Uses knowledge of the organizational and political climate to solve problems and accomplish goals.
  • Strategy & Vision: Sees the big, long-range picture.  Promotes organizational mission and goals, and shows the way to achieve them.
  • Coaching & Mentoring: Enables co-workers to grow and succeed through feedback, instruction, and encouragement.
  • Financial Management Fiscal Accountability: Follows fiscal guidelines, regulations, principles, and standards when committing fiscal resources or processing financial transactions.

 

Operational

  • Advocating Causes: Influences others to act in support of ideas, programs, or causes.
  • Facilitating Groups: Enables cooperative and productive group interactions.
  • Managing Projects or Programs: Structures and directs others’ work on projects or programs.
  • Enforcing Laws & Regulations: Enforces governmental laws and regulations, and initiates enforcement actions in a way that the public perceives as fair, objective, and reasonable.
  • Gaining Voluntary Compliance: Convinces others to follow recommendations and advice to bring them into compliance with regulations, standards, or policies.
  • Interviewing Others: Asks questions in ways that enhance the clarity, quality, and reliability of information.
  • Government Affairs & Policy Compliance: Knowledgeable of all relevant local, state and federal laws, and agency policies as it relates to contracts, grants, clients and overall management of the agency.
  • Training & Presenting Information: Facilitates and formally delivers information to groups.
  • Providing Consultation: Partners with clients and/or employees to identify and resolve complex or sensitive issues.
  • Mediating Disputes: Helps others resolve complex or sensitive disagreements and conflicts.
  • Fundraising: Promotes and manages all aspects of fundraising to ensure the agency has ongoing financial resources to support the execution of the mission and vision.
  • Grant Management & Proposal Writing: Assists the CEO with the application process, grant compliance and performance measurement and reporting as requested.  Demonstrated understanding of the grant application and management process.

 

Technical

  • Technology/Computers: Is able to use computers and technology to research, draft, communicate and present key concepts and ideas effectively.
  • Operating Equipment: Uses office machines to create work products.

 

Required Qualifications:
  • Minimum of 2 years direct experience as an administrative assistant or in other applicable administrative capacity directly related to assisting at the executive level.
  • Strong communications skills are critical, both verbal and written.
  • Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills and ability to establish effective working relationships.
  • Proven customer service skills.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Associate’s degree or Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience working with at risk youth
  • Previous supervisory experience.
  • Bilingual, bicultural

 

Background Check

Must have a reputation for honesty and trustworthiness.  Misdemeanor and/or felony convictions may be disqualifying depending on type, number, severity, and how recent.  The background check will consist of a reference checks, employment, education, and criminal background search.

 

ACYR is an at-will employer and any offer of employment with ACYR is contingent upon a successful completion of said background check.

 

Certification/Licenses/Other Requirements

Valid Arizona Level II Fingerprint Clearance Card. Valid Arizona Driver’s License.  Requires use of insured personal vehicle for agency business.

 

Work Environment

This position operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets.

 

Physical Demands

This is largely a sedentary role; however, some filing is required. This would require the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or stand as necessary.

 

This job description does not list every job responsibility and the employee may be asked to perform other duties as necessary.  The incumbent’s performance will be based in part on his/her performance of the duties outlined in this job description.  This job description is not a contract for employment and the incumbent or ACYR may terminate employment at any time, for any reason, furthermore, ACYR has the right to change this job description at any time.

Engagement and Advisement Manager

Overview/Culture

At ACYR, our mission drives us, and you’ll see this in our desire to help others reach self-sufficiency.  We align our thinking on three values: youth-centered, accountable and quality-driven programming. Our programs are all developed using positive youth development principles and encourages effective staff-youth partnerships.

 

Principal Objectives/Purpose

The Engagement and Advisement Manager is responsible for coordinating the assessment and advisement relative to youth with special needs. Coordinates, organizes, and plans programs and social activities for the Engagement and Advisement Team targeting youth’s personal, educational, behavioural, developmental, psychological, and emotional growth. Understands the challenges young people go through, and the role of counselors and mentors to youth’s development and success. Supervises the engagement team, social worker interns and maintains relationships with other community referral partners.

 

The requirements in the below Key Result Areas are broadly identified as follows:

 

Key Result Areas:  

 

Incumbent is accountable for:

Incumbent is successful when they:

  • Applying social work ethical principles to guide professional practice.
  • Training the Engagement and Advisement Team, ensuring they understand and work with high ethical standards.
  • Ensuring participants/students are regularly treated with respect and high ethical standards.
  • Develop and implement trainings, training evaluations and a method for ongoing evaluation on ethical standards for staff.
  • Develop and implement a survey or other method to gather feedback from participants.
  • Engage in research-informed practice and practice-informed research.
  • Demonstrating knowledge about the principles of logic, scientific inquiry, and reasoned discernment.
  • Applying critical thinking to inform and communicate professional judgments.
  • Identify and discuss at least three major theories of practice with Director of Programs and present on how one of these theories may be applied to the psychosocial understanding to our population of participants/students within 6 months of hire date.
  • Research and discuss at least three professional journal articles that relate to the population served with Director of Programs every quarter.
  • Develop and implement a plan on a yearly basis outlining how critical thinking is clearly used and applied by Engagement and Advisement Team
  • Providing effective leadership for Engagement and Advisement Team.
  • Ensure all data is recorded accurately and timely to evaluate for:
  • Individual Program Performance Outcomes  
  • Engagement Goals
  • Advisement Goals
  • Program Enrollment Goals
  • ACYR 101 Attendance
  • Information Session Attendance
  • Youth Leadership Council Goals
  • Evaluate and modify (if needed) training and processes for Youth Engagement Specialists and Advisement Specialists in the areas of engagement, assessment, intervention, evaluation within the first 3 months of hire date.
  • Connect in weekly and monthly individual and team meetings with the Engagement and Advisement Team.
  • Develop, implement and maintain individual and team work plans with Engagement and Advisement Team.
  • Embedding diversity and difference in practices for the Engagement and Advisement Team activities.
  • Apply effective, empowering and culturally appropriate change strategies in the everyday practice of the Engagement and Advisement Team to promote social justice.
  • Shadow Youth Engagement Specialists and Advisement Specialists to observe and assist in identifying culturally relevant services or needed trainings on a quarterly basis.
  • Consult the Director of Programs in a timely manner in regard to any cultural biases or behaviour’s that are presented.
  • Building coalitions and collaborative relationships that enhance services of the Engagement and Advisement Team.
  • Identify and attend at least one coalition meeting focused on the opportunity youth population
  • Research and identify any potential professional development trainings or conferences for Engagement and Advisement Team.
  • Developing a robust internship program for Masters of Social Work students from the Arizona State University School of Social Work within the scope of work of the Engagement and Advisement Team.
  • Complete the Arizona State University School of Social Work Field Instructor certification training.
  • Develop a clear learning contract with the student about performance expectations, the expectations are to be stated in terms of behavioral learning goals, methods of achievement, and standards of measurement.
  • Provide instruction on a regular basis and a supervisory conference, at least once a week.  
  • Develop specific practice opportunities that will enable the student to fulfill the expectations of the learning contract.  
  • Provide feedback to the student, on an ongoing basis, as to their field performance.  
  • Communicate to the student and to the faculty liaison about any unusual opportunities, conditions, or problems as soon as they are evident.  
  • Involve the student in the preparation of the student performance evaluations during the semester.                                             

 

Essential Functions:

The Engagement and Advisement Manager works effectively to meet ACYR’s ambitious impact goals.  S/he will:

  • Embody the mission in all aspects of job performance by 100% participation in agency fundraising efforts, continuous self-improvement, and communicating effectively at all levels.  
  • Attend all ACYR mandatory training, agency functions and events, has knowledge of and can communicate ACYR mission, vision, programs and program goals.
  • Leads a team of professionals working directly with youth and may supervise up to 15 youth engagement specialist, advisement specialists and interns at any given time.
  • Troubleshoots and strategizes to address youth engagement challenges.
  • Develops and maintains working relationships with community partners and works with counselors and administrators to promote program.
  • Work cooperatively with outside agencies and individuals to link youth to available and appropriate services; foster inter-agency partnerships and coordinate activities with appropriate agencies such as local school districts, community-based organizations, and employers in order to reach individual program goals.
  • Insures that all activities and operations are performed in compliance with local, state and federal regulations and laws governing business and program operations
    1. Leads in the design, development and execution of student engagement, workshops, seminars, and events for students, personnel and sponsors
  • Coordinates and integrates initiatives that promote and enhance student services and activities
  • Leads the agency’s Trauma Informed Care trainings, practices and approaches.
  • Develops and updates written protocols for the delivery of psychosocial support services.
  • Provide staff development and training on assessments, reassessments, care plan development, interventions, prioritizing needs, case conferencing, and follow-up.
  • Provide consultation and technical assistance to those providing delivery of direct client psychosocial support services.
  • Select and/or produce culturally competent psychosocial educational materials suitable for opportunity youth.
  • Promotes diversity, including attitudes, practices, and/or policies that hold cultural differences and diversity in the highest esteem.
  • Identifies resources for participants and facilitates & schedules staff development trainings for program staff.
  • Assists in the planning and execution of activities and student services.
  • Designs and monitors data collection and reporting schedules, as needed.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

 

Required Qualifications:

 

  • A Master’s Degree is required with a major in Social Work and 2 years of work experience since receiving Master’s Degree.  
  • A minimum of five or more years of experience working with opportunity youth preferable at a nonprofit organization.  
  • A minimum of five years or more of experience providing direct supervision and leadership.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and exemplify leadership and composure under pressure, while maintaining high morale.  
  • Bi-lingual/bi-cultural preferred.
  • Experience in the fields of youth development, education, and workforce development is highly desirable.  
  • Strong communications skills are critical, both verbally and in writing.  
  • Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Ability to commit to teamwork and establishing effective working relationships.  Willingness to consistently display a positive attitude and image of the agency, as well as provide high quality, effective customer service in all facets of communication.  
  • Must consistently engage in learning and developing new skills and approaches.  
  • Understands and utilizes positive youth development practices in all levels of work.
  • Experience working with at risk youth a plus.
  • Ability to be flexible as specific tasks will change with the evolution of the program.
  • Acceptance of individual differences and self-awareness of one’s capabilities and limitations.
  • Prior experience in public speaking, facilitation and good presentation skills, required
  • Must be able to form strong connections with other people and have an understanding of and a compassion for the lives of low income families

 

Required Competencies

Cognition/Reasoning

  • Examines data to grasp issues, draw conclusions, and solve problems.
  • Develops fresh ideas that provide solutions to all types of workplace challenges.
  • Resolves difficult or complicated challenges.
  • Makes timely, informed decisions that take into account the facts, goals, constraints, and risks.

Vision

  • Aligns the direction, products, services, and performance of a business line with the rest of the organization.
  • Promotes organizational mission and goals, and shows the way to achieve them.
  • Follows fiscal guidelines, regulations, principles, and standards when committing fiscal resources or processing financial transactions.

Communication

  • Grasps the meaning of information and applies it to work situations.
  • Understands and learns from what others say.
  • Conveys ideas and facts orally and in writing that uses terminology the audience will best understand.
  • Bi-Lingual skills preferred.

Leadership

  • Structures and directs others’ work on projects or programs.
  • Enables cooperative and productive group interactions.
  • Influences others to follow recommendations and advice to bring them into compliance with regulations, standards, or policies
  • Enforces governmental laws, rules, policies and regulations, and ensures enforcement in a way that is fair, objective, and reasonable.

Interaction with Others

  • Builds constructive working relationships characterized by a high level of acceptance, cooperation, and mutual respect.
  • Influences others to be excited and committed to furthering the organization’s objectives.
  • Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals and deliverables.
  • Helps create a work environment that embraces and appreciates diversity.
  • Effectively deals with difficult conversations or situations when they arise.

Personal Effectiveness

  • Takes personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work, and achieves results with little oversight.
  • Adapts to changing business needs, conditions, and work responsibilities.
  • Earns others’ trust and respect through consistent honesty and professionalism in all interactions.
  • Maintains composure in highly stressful or adverse situations.
  • Builds and maintains customer satisfaction with the services offered by the agency.

 

Background Check

Must have a reputation for honesty and trustworthiness.  Misdemeanor and/or felony convictions may be disqualifying depending on type, number, severity, and how recent.  The background check will consist of a reference checks, employment, education, and criminal background search.

 

ACYR is an at-will employer and any offer of employment with ACYR is contingent upon a successful completion of said background check.

 

Certification/Licenses/Other Requirements

Valid Arizona Level II Fingerprint Clearance Card. Valid Arizona Driver’s License.  Requires use of insured personal vehicle for agency business.  

 

Work Environment

This position operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets.

 

Physical Demands

This is largely a sedentary role; however, some filing is required. This would require the ability to lift files, open filing cabinets and bend or stand as necessary.

 

This job description does not list every job responsibility and the employee may be asked to perform other duties as necessary.  The incumbent’s performance will be based in part on his/her performance of the duties outlined in this job description.  This job description is not a contract for employment and the incumbent or ACYR may terminate employment at any time, for any reason, furthermore, ACYR has the right to change this job description at any time.

We appreciate your interest in our organization. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion color, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.

Only those candidates with the experience and qualifications that correspond to our requirements may be contacted by a member of our hiring department. All inquiries on the status of your application should be made through hr@acyraz.org.

Contact us

Contact Information

ACYR 649 N. 6th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85003

Phone: 602-252-6721

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