Employment Opportunities at the Achievement Centers for Children
The Achievement Centers for Children is nationally-recognized for its excellence in helping children with disabilities and their families achieve and thrive. Employment with us is rewarding personally and professionally.
The Achievement Centers has three locations in Highland Hills, Strongsville, and Westlake.
Occupational Therapist – Full or Part Time
If you are looking for a career move that will provide strong team collaboration opportunities, diversity in caseload and will challenge you to propel your clinical skills to the next level, consider this position with Achievement Centers for Children!
We are currently seeking a motivated, experienced occupational therapist who meets the following requirements/desired characteristics: Minimum 1 year of pediatric experience working closely as a team with physical therapists, speech therapists, and social workers. Eclectic therapeutic skills, with a drive and passion for continuing to learn and incorporate new skills and treatment strategies. Excellent communication skills. Organized and efficient with documentation.
Make a difference in the lives of young children and their families by bringing your talents to Achievement Centers for Children Camp Cheerful’s Therapeutic Horsemanship Program!
We are seeking a Barn Coordinator who will be responsible for the daily care and management of 10 horses, developing and implementing individualized training programs for each horse to include lunging, schooling and performing health care treatments. You will supervise and lead volunteers, interns, staff and participants with special needs with barn chores, riding classes and special event activities. You will manage the facility and grounds, including maintenance of riding arenas and trails.
Summer Camp Staff
Are you looking for an excellent summer camp counselor or coordinator experience this summer?
Learn more here.
We are seeking a Full-Time Lead Co-Teacher for our Star 4 Step Up to Quality Child Development Center.
The Lead Co-Teacher will be responsible for planning and implementing preschool curriculum that incorporates Ohio Early Learning Development Standards. You will observe and record children's ongoing development through creation and maintenance of a portfolio for each child.
The qualified candidate will possess a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development and a minimum of 5 years teaching experience in an inclusive child care center. Experience teaching in a Step Up To Quality Center is required
This position must possess excellent teaching, organizational, communication and leadership skills. An ability to consistently respond to children in respectful and supportive ways is necessary.
Manager of Grants and Annual Giving
Make a difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities by bringing your talents to Camp Cheerful! Become part of our Camp Team!
We are looking for Respite Weekend Counselors for our Strongsville location. You will be providing primary care for both individual needs and participation in camp activities. These position are Friday 5:30 pm to Sunday 4:00 pm. These positions require overnight on the camp grounds.
Adapted Aquatics Instructor
Are you a flexible, creative and enthusiastic individual capable of developing unique and individualized strategies to meet each swimmer’s learning style? If so, we have PRN contracted positions available at our Westlake Facility and at Berea Recreation Center in Berea, Ohio.
River Rock Adult Day Service Provider (Strongsville, Ohio)
Make a difference in the lives of adults with disabilities! Bring your talents and enthusiasm to our NEW, year round, 5 day a week program, and provide hands on assistance to our clients through a range of outdoor and indoor activities on 52 beautiful acres at Camp Cheerful in Strongsville.
The successful candidate will have experience working with individuals with disabilities. This unique program seeks creative, caring and upbeat individuals who will be excited working with individuals with disabilities outdoors, while providing fun, quality and skill enhancing activities/ programs.
Updated: April 9, 2014