The Archway Difference
The Archway difference is our people; individuals who not only emulate our mission, but who give unselfishly of their time and talents to those we serve, day-to-day, year-to-year. Our “Archway Family” consists of everyone who has been a part of our journey throughout our existence – clients and families served throughout the community, our staff, our leadership team, our board, our affiliates, our supporters and friends. It’s defined by our commitment and by compassion for others. It means supporting each other and showing up for one another despite any challenges we may face along the way.
Archway Programs: Employee Testimonial
Deb Roach, Teacher
Archway School at Cooper’s Point
A Family-Oriented Culture
Archway Programs has cultivated and practices a family-oriented culture that is consistent with its overriding mission of helping others. We share and demonstrate the core values Archway Programs was built upon – providing safety, possessing compassion and promoting individuality. And we understand the value of unity and team work. Some of our employees have been at our organization for over 30 years. That is no accident. We value our employees and they reciprocate by allowing us to continue to give the best service possible to our clients.
Career Opportunities at Archway
We have a lot of different career opportunities and job postings throughout the year, so check back often for our latest listing of open positions. In general, Archway Programs looks to fill positions such as:
- Special Needs Teachers
- Nurses (RN/APN)
- Therapy Specialists (Speech, Physical, Occupational)
- Direct Support Professionals
- Residential Aides
- Childcare Providers
- Program Supervisors
- Bus Drivers
- And More!
Benefits of Working at Archway
Archway Programs is committed to creating and sustaining a culture that embraces and supports diversity, inclusion and the personal and professional growth of our employees. We are fully committed to all of our employees and we strive to provide industry-leading programs for ongoing employee training and development to help employees advance their careers. Archway offers competitive salaries and generous benefits in order to recruit and retain talented employees throughout our organization.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package to all full-time employees that includes medical, prescription, dental insurance, life insurance, AFLAC benefits, long-term disability, as well as paid time off. Part-time employees receive short-term disability benefits, workplace balance and flexibility benefits, lifestyle benefits, employee membership discounts, personal care and improvement benefits, and career development benefits. Employees and their families are eligible to receive a number of these benefits.
Education & Career Development
We offer the following benefits to support your educational and professional development, such as:
- Paid on-the-job training
- Growth and leadership development
- Talent and performance training
Workplace Balance & Flexibility
In today’s fast-paced world, maintaining a healthy balance between work and life can be a challenge. In addition to creating a family-oriented culture at work, we also offer benefits that we hope help to reduce some of life’s stresses. This includes:
- Flexible schedules
- Paid holidays
- Paid time off and vacation time
- Employee Referral Program
- Employee Assistance Program
- Free school-age childcare for Just Kids employees
- Legal Assistance
- Plum Benefits Nationwide Discounts
- Financial safety nets (i.e., employee crisis program)
Personal Care & Improvement Benefits
- SwiftMD Telemedicine
- Employee Wellness Assistance Program
Join the Archway Family and help make a difference in your community!
For questions or information pertaining to employment or internships, please email HR@archwayprograms.org.
Archway Programs is an equal opportunity employer (Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans). It is the policy of this organization to consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, citizenship status or other protected characteristics.