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ARCHS welcomes applications from people that embrace ARCHS' mission, vision, and values - with a focus on exemplary business skills to manage grant funding and the utmost compassion to improve the lives of children and families facing disparities and disadvantages in St. Louis’ most impoverished communities.

Though phone calls are not accepted, all applications will be reviewed. Those exceptional candidates whose qualifications match ARCHS' needs are contacted.

An Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE):
ARCHS seeks to ensure that qualified applicants are considered for employment and are not discriminated against with regard to race, color, national origin, citizen status, creed, religion, religious affiliations, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, veteran status or any other protected status under applicable law.

Please note that COVID-19 vaccinations are required for all employees.

Benefits Offered:
-Serve the St. Louis community
-Work from home opportunities (2 days per week)
-401(k) with a highly-competitive match
-Health, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage
-Short and long term disability coverage
-Flexibile spending account (FSA) contribution
-Paid time off (PTO)
-Paid volunteer opportunities (PVO)
-Professional development opportunities
-Mileage reimbursement
-Paid parking
-Offices in vibrant Midtown St. Louis Arts District
-Staff events

Current Opportunites:

Research and Evaluation Director:
ARCHS is seeking a Director of Research and Evaluation with a dynamic data informed approach to grant management, measurement, and storytelling. This position is responsible for supporting an effective system that monitors the progress, impacts, and successes of ARCHS’ funded initiatives. Candidates must demonstrate exemplary technical skills related to logic models, qualitative and quantitative research/analysis, surveys, data management/analysis, scorecards, field observation, info graphics, and report writing. Requirements: Minimum of bachelor’s degree, master’s degree (MBA) a plus; 5+ year experience; documented portfolio of evaluation/research; highly organized; deadline focused; outgoing; inquisitive; a strong coach, writer, and editor. Be prepared to provide examples of work on request.

Submit letter of application and resume at:

Program Manager:
ARCHS is seeking a detailed, results-oriented, Program Manager. Position provides hands-on grant management and strategic technical assistance to an assigned portfolio of ARCHS' funded partners with a focus on improving the lives of children and families facing disparities and disadvantages in St. Louis’ most resource deprived communities. Must possess a working knowledge of contract performance management, including setting targets for milestones, meeting outcome results, and adhering to deadlines. Proven ability in documentation/results reporting, managing invoices and assessment/evaluation is necessary, as are strong meeting facilitation, community relations, and project management skills. Requirements: Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s in Business, Criminology, Education, Sociology, Social Work, or related fields (Masters degree a plus), excellent writing and presentation skills, and strong competence in database management, virtual meeting facilitation, and Microsoft® Office.

Submit letter of application and resume at:

ARCHS offers credit-based volunteer (non-salaried) internships: Intern applicants should be college or graduate level students. The internships target not-for-profit business management with a focus on communications, research/evaluation, and grant management. These are college credit-based, volunteer internship positions that offer hands on, portfolio building experience. A salary is not provided, but expenses, such as mileage are reimbursed. To apply, please email your cover letter and resume toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..