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If you are a dedicated hardworking person interested in helping build your community then ACCESS is the place for you.

Our Current Job Postings:

ACCESS provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, ACCESS complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

Facilities Specialist (temporary)

Posted 07/12/18

Perform preventative, routine, and emergency maintenance services for the ACCESS main buildings as well as apartment complexes owned and managed by ACCESS. Full job description. Application.

Development Director

Posted 6/7/18

We are looking for a fundraising superstar! Interested in leading a development team for a $16m organization (fundraising goals of $1.5m and four major events per year)? Have new ideas? Enjoy doing things differently? Consider joining ACCESS, Jackson County’s Community Action Agency celebrating its 42nd year. ACCESS has come a long way in those 42 years, but we always want to do more. Your fundraising expertise, great connections, abilities to increase major giving, planned gifts, strategic and effective fundraising efforts might just be what we need – and just the challenge you’re looking for. Full job description. Application.

Nutrition Director

Posted 6/7/18

The Nutrition Program Director has responsibility for program development, staff supervision and training, contract management, budget development, fiscal oversight, and program operations for the ACCESS Nutrition Programs. This position works under the general supervision of the Executive Officer, who provides broad goals and objectives for the development of services and programs as they relate to the agency’s mission and strategic plan. Full job description. Application.

Participant Support Supervisor

Posted 5/23/18

The Participant Support Supervisor manages a team of employees who work with participants and families, including populations such as seniors and disabled, homeless or at-risk of homelessness, along with all neighbors who make first contact with ACCESS. The ideal candidate has experience working with issues related to homelessness; substance abuse, mental health, and history of trauma. They can provide an advanced level of support to the staff members. This person will support the expansion and enhancement of ACCESS’ case management, rental assistance, energy assistance, and front desk programs. Full Job Description. Application.