ACI Support Specialists Employment Opportunities
We at ACI truly believe that if we treat employees with respect, dignity, and compassion, they will in turn do the same for the people we serve. As a human services organization, our product is people. Therefore, our staff must possess the innate ability and passion for making a difference in others’ lives. We realize that our employees are critical to our success and the success of the people we serve.
We are currently accepting applications for part-time Support Specialists throughout most of our service areas. See our locations page for areas we serve. Responsibilities include providing support to one or more individuals with developmental disabilities and/or mental illnesses through an established therapeutic relationship. Our parent company, Dungarvin, has a more in-depth, realistic look at what the support specialist job entails, found here.
Requirements include HS diploma or equivalent, valid NC driver’s license, good driving record, satisfactory background review, and ability to complete necessary training. For more information, call 1-866-338-1026 or express interest online by using the link at the bottom of the page.
Click on the button below to view a list of our available Support Specialist positions:
Therapeutic Foster Parents
ACI is currently seeking individuals and/or families who are interested in making a difference in a child’s life by becoming a Therapeutic Foster Parent. We are currently recruiting parents who are interested in becoming licensed or are already licensed as a Therapeutic Foster Parent in all counties in which we serve. See our locations page for areas we serve. ACI provides excellent training, 24 hour support, and tax exempt pay. To learn more about becoming a Therapeutic Foster Parent with ACI, please contact Louis Mitchell at 919-329-5671 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or express interest online by using the link below.
Alternative Family Living
Alternative Family Living (AFL) is an out-of-home setting where an adult with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities receives 24-hour care and lives in a private home environment with an individual or family. The AFL provider is responsible for addressing the care and habilitation needs of the participant, and assists the participant in developing life skills. Any AFL providing services to two or more adults requires a license (as defined by NC General Statues 122C-3 27G .5600F).
AFL providers operate as independent contractors, rather than employees. Requirements for AFL providers include, but are not limited to, a valid high school diploma (or equivalent) or higher, valid driver’s license, good driving record, satisfactory background review, and the ability to complete necessary training. Additionally, background checks will be completed on any individuals 18 or over that reside in the home of the AFL provider, and must have a satisfactory background check. To learn more about becoming an AFL provider with ACI, please contact Fran Diggs at 910-763-7458 or via email at email@example.com or express interest online by using the link below.