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Achieve Services, Inc. strives to ensure that the staff members who work here are motivated to provide the best service possible to our participants. Achieve has been very fortunate over the years maintaining a high level of employee satisfaction and retention. The average number of years an employee has worked with Achieve is 7 years. Achieve Services, Inc. offers an excellent pay and benefits program to employees. Achieve Services, Inc. looks for individuals that are upbeat, intelligent, creative and willing to work as a team.

Current Openings

Title Program Supervisor
Salary DOQ
Location Blaine
Job Information

Achieve Services, Inc. is currently recruiting for a full-time Program Supervisor.  This position will work Monday-Friday (40 hours per week) at our Blaine location.  The qualified candidate will be organized, dedicated and willing to support Achieve’s mission each day.

Other Major Areas of Accountability:

• Provide supervision and job direction to Training Specialists, Training Assistants and Substitute staff as well as ongoing evaluation of their job performance.
• Assist with hiring, coordinate and provide orientation and training to staff in accordance with operating rules.
• Assist in developing and reviewing policies and procedures in accordance with licensing requirements and program needs. Assuring compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.
• Provide agency program direction related to systems and changes that will affect the agency.
• Coordinate program changes that will facilitate improvement in participant programs.
• Monitor written program reports and data.
• Participate in overall agency planning and agency goal development.
• Provide participation with agency Board of Directors as needed.
• Communicate with people with developmental disabilities, their families, other agencies and professionals in the developmental disabilities field.
• Coordinate participant admissions, transfers and discharges to and from the Achieve program.
• Attend participant planning and Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) meetings as necessary.
• Keep current with new developments in the developmental disabilities field.
• Coordinate daily staffing patterns and assist with training and oversight of staff.
• Provide guidance to agency related to operating rules and legislative updates.
• Prepare, monitor and educate agency staff in licensing requirements. Assure standards of licensing are met.
• Remain up to date on legislative issues and assure information is passed on to the appropriate agency staff.
• Coordinate and monitor CARF accreditation process.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Skill Required:
• Ability to supervise the work of others.
• Skill in written and oral communication.
• Knowledge of the developmental disabilities field.
• Ability to provide leadership in program planning and implementation.
• Ability to assist in overall agency planning.
• Ability to obtain computer skills.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in human services or highly related field; 2-4 years of experience in the human services field. Minimum of 2 years experience in supervising others or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Title On Call Direct Care and Driver Sub/Temporary Staff
Salary varies DOQ
Location Blaine
Job Information

Achieve Services, Inc. is looking for individuals that can work in an on-call status.

On-Call staff are needed for providing in-house and and Drivers to support the participants we serve. The hours vary depending on shifts you accept to work. Shifts can be working in-house at our Blaine location, working at community job sites, riding in our vehicles as transportation assistants or driving our buses (if you have a CDL) or passenger vans.  . Individuals can work up to 29 hours per week.

Major Areas of Accountability:

  • To provide input and assistance in implementing formal and informal participant objectives.
  • To provide meaningful tasks and activities so that participants are engaged in functional activities.
  • Set up and carry through with tasks in ways that assist participants in increasing their independence.
  • Have a working knowledge of in-house jobs so that assistance can be provided to participants so they job can be completed correctly and quality is maintained.
  • Perform general clean up and maintenance of program and work areas.
  • Collect accurate program data on a daily basis.
  • Communicate with others regarding concerns and program progress of participants in such a way that respect and confidentiality are maintained.
  • Will work cooperative with other staff, agencies and family members in order to facilitate services provided.
  • Assists participants with eating, mobility (including lifting and transferring), dressing, toileting and other personal needs.
  • Provide supervision to participants throughout the day.
  • Provide positive, age-appropriate interaction opportunities for participants throughout the day.
  • Accept work direction from the Training Specialist, Training Assistants and supervision from the Program Manger or other agency staff as required.
  • If working in the community, follow directions given by site supervisor and/or staff.
  • Other duties as assigned.







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For questions pertaining to employment opportunities, please contact:
Katie Friary – Human Resources Manager
(763) 717-7842