Since 1964 the Kenosha Achievement Center (KAC) has been creating opportunities for the personal growth and success of persons with special needs. KAC does this by removing barriers, changing perceptions and building confidence.
The Kenosha Achievement Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
View the job listings below and download the full description for information on each position, including qualifications, compensation and to whom to apply.
Send your completed application to or Kenosha Achievement Center, 1218 79th Street, Kenosha, WI 53143
The Direct Service provider is responsible to provide individualized supports and training for adults with disabilities. This position plans and implements a variety of activities that promote the independence, personal growth and community integration skills of participants.
This position requires a highly organized and independent individual performing a variety of responsibilities related to image management through the design and execution of special events, publications and annual fund.
The Case Manager is a professional position that provides support, training and program planning for adults with disabilities based on the individuals’ strengths, needs and interests. This is a 37.5 hour per week position.
The Transportation Reservationist is responsible for maintaining accurate information for the KAC’s transportation dispatch office. This includes being the primary contact for anyone requesting the use of KAC’s transportation fleet.
The Early Head Start Advocate works full time providing in home visiting services to eligible families that are pregnant or have children who are birth to 3 years old. This position strengthens families by providing education related to child development and providing connections to those resources.
This is a professional delivery of service position responsible to provide a range of onsite and offsite physical therapy for special needs infants and children enrolled in the Early Intervention Program.
The Specialized Transportation Bus Driver is a full time position that is responsible for providing safe public transportation to the elderly and handicapped populations that we service. This will include on demand and route driving.
The Occupational Therapist is a professional position responsible for providing a range of onsite and offsite occupational therapy for special needs infants and children enrolled in the Early Intervention Program (EIP).
The Early Intervention Home Visitor is a professional position that is responsible to provide a range of on-site and off-site coaching of parents who have infants and toddlers with special needs that are enrolled in the Early Intervention Program. This position will provide services that promote developmentally appropriate skills within the child’s natural environment.
The Part Time Specialized Transportation Bus Driver is a part time position that is responsible for providing safe public transportation to the elderly and handicapped populations that we service. This will include on demand and route driving.