Current Job Openings

 

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Quality Assurance Coordinator FT  
The Quality Assurance Coordinator is a full-time position whose primary responsibility is record review and reporting to help ensure accurate and optimal billing and documentation of services rendered.  
   
   
Quality Assurance Coordinator PT  
The Quality Assurance Coordinator is a part-time position whose primary responsibility is record review and reporting to help ensure accurate and optimal billing and documentation of services rendered.  
   
   
Active Treatment Aide PT  
Work with CDS Trainers to provide assistance in classroom activities conducting ADL training, physical therapy, sensory stimulation activities and documenting goals. Assist Community Day Service enrollees in toileting, including changing adult incontinence pads, assisting with dressing as needed and other aspects of personal care. Assist Community Day Service enrollees with mobility, use of gait belt, or propelling wheelchairs. Provide one on one time with consumers who need additional attention from staff during the programming day due to behavioral issues. Must have the ability to work with individuals with developmental disabilities in a positive manner.  
   
   
Bookkeeper  
Provides support to the Bookkeeping/Data and Billing areas. Knowledge of all aspects of daily operations and bookkeeping activities is required. The bookkeeper is expected to maintain a level of accuracy consistent with generally accepted accounting practices.  
   
Community Day Services Trainer, PRN  
The Community Day Services Trainer, PRN, is responsible for providing training in activities of daily living to Active Treatment enrollees and to assist the CDS Supervisor and other staff with the daily operations of the program. This position is an as needed variable hour position  
   
Work Services Job Coach ***2 postions***  
The Work Services Job Coach will be responsible for training and working alongside individuals who have developmental disabilities in the development of basic work habits and skills, and in all Work Services operations to include commercial laundry operations, internal and external janitorial services operations, and clean linen processing area, as well as any additional contract obligations. Responsibilities also include transporting clients and making some deliveries, data tracking, complete accident and incident reports, performance evaluation, data entry, and behavior management and intervention.  
   
Secretary/ Receptionist- 753  
The HRC 753 Secretary-Receptionist position provides primary reception and phone coverage at 753 location, inputs data for monthly billing of rehabilitation programs, distributes staff mail and prepares mail and other materials for transfer to/from other agency buildings, monitors persons entering and exiting main entrance of building and provides visitor badges. Prepares meeting minutes from various committees as well as compiling data and information for committees and various reports and maintains consumer files. This position inputs and transmits data for the Rehabilitation Services department and Safety Committee.  
   
Employment Specialist  
The Employment Specialist shall assist individuals in obtaining and maintaining competitive employment consistent with vocational goals and recovery. The Employment Specialist shall develop community-based employment opportunities based on individual needs and preferences, using a person-centered approach to teach job readiness skills, and providing ongoing on-the-job support. The Employment Specialist shall utilize 65% of weekly hours (allocated to this position) worked to provide direct support to consumers and carry a caseload as assigned, in accordance with fidelity standards. This position reports to the Recovery Supports Supervisor (RS Supervisor), participates in training and weekly team supervision meetings, and other treatment team activities as assigned. This position requires current possession and maintenance or obtainment of the Certified Recovery Support Specialist (CRSS) credential.  
   
Youth/Family Case Manager  
The Mental Health Family and Youth Care Coordinator (CC) is responsible for providing case management and care coordination services to youth and their families due to severe mental illness, in gaining access to mental health services as well as social, educational, vocational, recreational, housing, public income entitlements, and other community services required for the person and family to function in the community. The CC shall also provide recovery support services, as appropriate, serve as an advocate; provide information and support for consumers in emergency, outpatient and walk-in settings. The CC will help to increase access for persons seeking services and communication with medical providers, schools, DCFS and other agencies. The CC will, when applicable promote or educate on the components of Wellness and Recovery Action Planning (WRAP), Whole Health Action Management (WHAM), Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), and help to increase activity Online Recovery Academy and CRSS Library (ORACL). The CC will complete other duties as assigned as related to care coordination services or Title XX grant deliverables. This position will provide services in the community.  
   
   
FT Mental Health Therapist  
The Mental Health Therapist is responsible for providing a full range of therapeutic services to adults, children, adolescents, and families in an outpatient mental health setting. These services include mental health assessments, diagnosis, treatment plan development, case management, and services through either individual, conjoint, family or group therapy. Responsible for providing the agency standard for direct service hours and responsible for providing community educational program on various mental and/or behavioral health issues. Additional responsibilities include close consultation with Recovery Support staff members, IPS staff, and community agencies.  
   
FT SUD Therapist  
The SUD Therapist is responsible for providing full-range of therapeutic services (individual and group) to persons of all ages in an outpatient substance use treatment setting specifically including but not limited to alcohol/drug treatment services.  
   
PRN Rest Area Worker- Female Worker Needed  
Cumberland Road Rest Area; I-70 West Bound Rest Area near Marshall, IL The Rest Area Worker shall perform janitorial and grounds maintenance activities, be responsible for learning and implementing basic work habits and skills, and follow direction of Rest Area Job Coach(es). Rest Area Workers must complete janitorial, grounds keeping, and other tasks as assigned for the Rest Area contractual agreement with the State of Illinois.  
   
Registered Nurse Trainer  

To serve as agency consultant on medical issues within the aegis of licensure of a registered nurse; to train  direct support personnel on medication administration as per Administrative Code 116 and in compliance with the IL Mental Health and DD Administrative Acts (20ILCS 1705) and IL Nursing and Advance Practice Nursing Act (225ILCS65); to retain professional accountability for the outcome of delegated tasks and all nursing care of individuals.

 

Benefits

The Human Resources Center of Edgar and Clark Counties (HRC) offers a benefits package. Depending on the number of hours worked and tenure, employees may receive the following benefits:

  • Health Insurance, including Rx
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • 401k with Employer Match up to 4% of Salary
  • Worker's Compensation
  • Paid Time Off Benefit Plan (Vacation and Sick/Personal)
  • Paid Holidays (up to 10 days annually)
  • Direct Deposit (up to 3 Different Accounts)

Benefits will be applied as stated in HRC’s policies and are subject to change in accordance with HRC’s policies.

 

 

1.       . This is needed to replace vacated position.  We are looking to fill one position either part time or full time.

Please ADD 1 PT posting for an Active Treatment Aide
 

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