Supervisor II – Crisis and Intake Services

Crosspoint Human Services

Location: Danville, IL

End date: 2018-06-22


Supervisor needed to oversee the mobile crisis and intake program; including the crisis intervention counselors. This position may also function as a crisis intervention counselor in addition to completing intakes, as needed.

Requires a Master’s degree in a Human Services related field and meets the requirements to be credentialed as a QMHP per State of Illinois definitions: An individual possessing at least a master’s degree in counseling and guidance, rehabilitation counseling, social work, vocational counseling,psychology, pastoral counseling, or family therapy or related field, who has successfully completed a practicum or internship that included a minimum of 1,000 hours of supervised direct service in a mental health setting, or who has one year of clinical experience under the supervision of a QMHP.Candidate with LPC/LSW or LCPC/LCSW preferred.

Ideal candidate must be able to function as a team leader within a multidisciplinary team, demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills,must be capable of considerable independent decision making and able to use sound judgment, has the ability to handle stressful situations, and able to provide guidance, supervision, and direction including the ability to empower those supervised, offer constructive criticism, and address interpersonal barriers and strengths.

Specific duties include, but are not limited to:

*Completion of outcome reports to include hospitalization/deflection rates, efficiency of crisis response and follow-up post crisis event.
*Supervise staff to meet billable hour requirement each month.
*Ensure that staff supervised complete documentation according to policy and procedure.
*Provide case consultation.
*Ensure 24 hour per day staff coverage
*Ensure timely and compliant completion of crisis documentation and assessment/intake by assigned staff.
*Provide supervision and review of crisis contacts and ensure appropriate level of follow up by assigned staff.
*Act as liaison to state and referral sources.

Full Time. MA/MS/MSW: $18.05/hour; LSW/LPC: $19.61/hour; LCPC/LCSW: $23.82/hour.

Excellent Benefit package includes: 17 paid vacation days to start; 12 sick days; 9 paid holidays off; employer pays 80% of premium for health insurance for employee and their families; group dental; group vision; employer paid Life/Accidental Death and Dismemberment/Long Term Disability; flex benefits through Colonial Life; and 401k.

Crosspoint Human Services is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran, or status as qualified individual with a disability.

Contact Info

Michelle Nelson

210 Ave. C, Danville, IL 61832



Dependent on license

School Social Worker

Iroquois West CUSD #10

Location: Gilman, Illinois

End date: 2018-08-10


A general education school social worker position is available at Iroquois West CUSD 10. This is a new position opening. It is a great district to work for!

Contact Info

Sarah Barnett

529 E. Second St. Gilman, IL 60938


Per Contract

Additional Information

If interested, you can contact me for more information. Apply at the following link.

Unit Specialist


Location: Champaign, IL

End date: 2018-06-21


1.Work hours prescribed by the Coordinator and any additional hours deemed necessary for the responsibilities assigned. The current schedule is overnights, with different days of the week available.
2.Direct contact and counseling that includes supervision and management of the behavior of the clients and provides appropriate behavioral interventions and consequences.
3.Implement therapeutic activities.
4.Coordinate and supervise client recreational activities.
5.Monitor assigned patients by consulting with the addiction counselor in developing and implementing the individual treatment plan and scheduling individual sessions to assist the clients with AA step work and treatment plan objectives.
6.Ensure that client service records are maintained consistent with laws, rules and regulations.
7.Develop and present all clients lectures listed on the client lecture schedule.
8.Observe, monitor and record group dynamics.
9.Facilitate focal group discussion sessions.
10.General cleaning duties as required.
11.Consult with the members of the treatment team and plan daily therapeutic direction for designated shift.
12.Read all logs and obtain pertinent information from staff of previous shifts, counselors, teachers, etc.
13.Oversee the neatness of the unit and the proper use of the equipment and supplies and inform the proper person when supplies or repairs are indicated.
14.Serve as a member of the Clinical Team and participate in all team meetings and activities.
15.Understand and comply with all of the principles established by the Rosecrance Corporate Compliance Program and Code of Conduct.
16.Perform all responsibilities in compliance with the mission, vision, values and expectations of Rosecrance.
17.Deliver exceptional customer service consistently to every customer.
18.Serve as a role model for other staff, clients and customers and demonstrate positive guest relations in representing Rosecrance.
19.Assume other related responsibilities as assigned by management

Rosecrance is an equal opportunity employer.

EEO is the Law –




Dedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrity

Team Player: Works well as a member of a group



Ability to Make an Impact: Inspired to perform well by the ability to contribute to the success of a project or the organization



General Education Diploma or better.

High School or better.


Associates or better.

Bachelors or better.



1 year: Addiction treatment

Licenses & Certifications



Contact Info

Jeffery Lehmann

1801 Fox Drive Champaign, IL 61820


Resident Advisor

Alpha Epsilon Phi - Mu Chapter

Location: 904 S Third St Champaign, IL

End date: 2018-07-31


Fifty+ member sorority on campus seeking female graduate student for live-in Resident Advisor (RA) position for the 2018-2019 school year. RA will report to the facility’s House Director and be responsible for supervising the facility and assisting members on nights and weekends. Position includes a parking spot, room & board, and a stipend. The facility is an alcohol, pet, smoking and firearms free environment. If you would like to apply for the position, please email your resume along with two references to

Contact Info

Holly Umland

904 S Third St Champaign IL




Post-Adoption Services Supervisor and Family Therapist

The Baby Fold

Location: Urbana, IL

End date: 2018-06-22


Provide training, supervision, and direction to assigned staff. Also responsible for assessing and providing voluntary services to small caseload of families formed through adoption and subsidized guardianship. MSW or related master’s degree, relevant child welfare experience, and LCSW or LCPC required.

Contact Info

Human Resources

108 E. Willow St.


Additional Information

Provide training, supervision, and direction to assigned staff. Also responsible for assessing and providing voluntary services to small caseload of families formed through adoption and subsidized guardianship. MSW or related master’s degree, relevant child welfare experience, and LCSW or LCPC required. Application and additional information available at

School Social Worker

Southwest Cook Country Cooperative Association for Special Education - Transition Program

Location: Orland Park, IL

End date: 2018-06-30


TITLE: Social Worker
REPORTS TO: Program Supervisor
SUPERVISES: Intern (as appropriate)
QUALIFICATIONS: Masters Degree in Social Work, Illinois Type 73
Certificate in Social Work
EVALUATIONS: Conducted on an annual basis in accordance with
Cooperative guidelines
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Length of employment, salary and benefits
determined by the Board of Directors of
Achieving Therapeutic Goals

  • Provides crisis management services, when applicable
  • Conducts Life-Space Interviews with students, when appropriate
  • Diffuses student anger
  • Facilitates group therapy
  • Provides individual therapy
  • Supports classroom and interpersonal interactions through classroombased/unit-based

Providing Training/Education

  • Assumes responsibility for designing systems of support for students in the
    program (e.g. Peer Mediation, Peer Counseling, etc.)
  • Facilitates and provides in-depth family training

Coordinating Case Management

  • Communicates frequently with student families
  • Connects students to available resources for future planning
  • Works collaboratively with outside agencies and personnel, when appropriate,
    to assist with meeting student needs
  • Initiates, facilitates and monitors Wraparound Planning, when appropriate
  • Assists with designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating functional
    analyses and behavior plans
  • Communicates regularly with team members regarding individual student
    strengths, needs and educational programming

Staff Roles

  • Maintains a safe environment for students and staff
  • Therapeutically processes with students, inappropriate behaviors that occur,
    when students are ready
  • Restrains when necessary in accordance with policy and after having been
    properly trained
  • Demonstrates professionalism while setting examples for students
  • Obtains and applies knowledge and strategies from the various disciplines
    which make up the trans-disciplinary team
  • Participates in transition planning, when appropriate
  • Assists with in-service to district personnel on the needs of students when they
    are returning to a less restrictive environment
  • Acts as a resource for team members regarding mental health, personal
    development and/or social issues
  • Shares knowledge of resources and agencies that provide support services to a
    specialized population and/or program
  • Assists with in-service to district personnel on the needs of students when they
    are returning to a less restrictive environment
  • Participates in transition, when appropriate
  • Acts as a resource for team members regarding mental health, personal
    development and/or social issues
  • Shares knowledge of resources and agencies that provide support services to a
    specialized population and/or program
  • Strives to maintain a working knowledge of curriculum and Illinois State


  • Follows policies and procedures of SWCCCASE
  • Demonstrates professionalism while setting examples for students
  • Demonstrates continual assessment of personal and program effectiveness,
    responds effectively to feedback
  • Actively participates in the evaluation process
  • Demonstrates flexibility and is adaptable to change
  • Uses judgement appropriately
  • Conducts self in appropriate and ethical manner
  • Treats others with respect and dignity
  • Participates in professional growth activities
  • Maintains a clean work area
  • Dresses appropriately

Communication Skills

  • Performs as an integral member of the educational team
  • Maintains confidentiality in matters related to this position
  • Relates in a helpful, positive, and efficient manner with peers, supervisors,
    and all those in contact with SWCCCASE
  • Performs other duties as may be assigned by supervisor

Contact Info

Jennifer Lucas



Additional Information

SWCCCASE is seeking school social workers to fulfill positions in various programs serving students from Pre-K through age 21.

Family Therapist

The Baby Fold

Location: Normal, IL

End date: 2018-06-22


The Family Therapist is responsible for assessing and providing voluntary services to Central Illinois families formed through adoption and subsidized guardianship. Services include in-home assessments, crisis and other therapeutic interventions, education, training, support groups, respite, advocacy and referrals to community services.

Qualifications: MSW or related master’s degree required PLUS successful completion of practicum or internship that included a minimum of 1,000 hours of supervised direct service OR one year of clinical experience under the supervision of a QMHP. Two years of clinical experience preferred. LCPC strongly preferred. Must be eligible for and working toward licensure.

Contact Info

Human Resources

108 E. Willow St.


Additional Information

Unique opportunity in growing adoption preservation program! Provide high-quality, in-home services and trauma and attachment therapy for (approximately) 10-family caseload. Openings in Normal and Springfield locations. Three-year training program includes Theraplay and EMDR. Travel throughout Central Illinois required, including regular travel to the home office in Normal. Additional information and application available at

Hospice Licensed Medical Social Worker

Great Lakes Caring and Hospice

Location: Springfield

End date: 2018-07-31


Hospice Medical Social Worker

Great Lakes Caring understands that the value and quality of our care relies upon the ability and satisfaction of our employees. We prioritize patient care and employee satisfaction above corporate profitability. Because our core values underscore the foundation of our culture, we created I Am Great Lakes Caring to ensure that every employee embraces and is committed to our company’s focus and mission. If you share our commitment to delivering superior quality care and loving where you work, then we invite you to join our team of compassionate professionals.


I am committed to quality. It is at the core of everything I do and every decision I make.

The Hospice Medical Social Worker provides skilled social services to patients and their families on an intermittent basis in the patient’s home or facility. The Hospice Medical Social Worker provides psychosocial evaluations, ongoing psychosocial counseling, direct casework services, bereavement services, and community education outreach.

My commitment will include:

Verifying the Interdisciplinary Plan of Care prior to each visit and providing care according to delegation by the nurse, physician’s orders, assessment data, and established standards and guidelines.
Incorporating patient care goals, established in the Interdisciplinary Plan of Care, into nursing visits as evidenced by documentation on the electronic skilled nursing note.
Communicating significant findings, problems and changes in condition or environment to the nurse, physician, facility and/or other personnel involved with patient care.
Implementing the plan for patient safety, using the patient, family, facility and community resources.
Continually assessing patient needs and obtain data on physical, psychological, social and spiritual factors that may influence patient/family/caregiver health status.
Demonstrating safe and effective use of various durable medical equipment and other medical devices.
Participating in nursing facility care conferences for appropriate patient discussion, consultation and evaluation.


Education: Master’s degree in social work from an accredited school of social work approved by the Council of Social Work Education.
Licensure: Current State License as a Medical Social Worker.
Experience: A demonstrated ability in casework, counseling and group work, including two years of clinical work experience, preferably in either a healthcare setting or hospice.
Skills: Social work skills as defined as generally accepted social work standards. Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills with strong interpersonal skills. Knowledge of community and community resources. Knowledge and understanding of hospice philosophy and regulations. Ability to work independently.
Transportation: Reliable transportation.

I am committed to a caring culture that embraces teamwork and supports the employee.

At Great Lakes Caring Home Health and Hospice we want you to love your work and the people you work with, while making a positive difference in the lives of patients. That is why a career at Great Lakes Caring offers:

A new challenge that allows you to make your work meaningful
Competitive compensation based on experience
A full line of benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance
Paid vacation and holidays
Opportunities for advancement within our organization
Tuition reimbursement and certification testing to help you reach your goals

Contact Info

Karla Lowe

1400 E. Touhy Ave. Suite 160 Des Plaines, IL 60018


Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Planned Parenthood of Illinois

Location: Flossmoor, IL and surrounding areas

End date: 2018-08-15


Apply here:

Position is full time, Monday-Friday with occasional Saturdays. Will float between Flossmoor, Roseland, and Englewood Health Centers.

Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical and Educational Initiatives, the Social Worker is expected to assess client needs, counsel and refer clients, and develop client plans based in best practices.

Essential Functions:

1. Provide short-term and/or crisis reproductive health counseling on a referral basis for patients at PPIL centers.

2. Prepare relevant case records, documents, reports and correspondence in a timely and organized manner.

3. Consult, refer cases, and work actively with other agencies and community groups to aid clients in accessing resources.

4. As requested, deliver professional development training to community health partners; promote PPIL’s family planning and abortion services to health systems serving PPIL’s population.

5. Understand, commit to, and practice a customer-centered approach to health care delivery.

6. Adhere to the code of ethics for the relevant discipline (e.g. NASW, ACA, APA) and demonstrates a commitment to PPIL core values of respect, knowledge, responsibility, health, compassion and access; practice these values in relations with internal and external customers.

7. Through these activities demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to PPIL core values of access, activism, care, confidentiality, diversity, excellence, integrity, respect, self-determination, and stewardship; practice these values in relations with internal and external customers

8. Understand and utilize Planned Parenthood’s principles and practice guidelines to provide appropriate counseling and care to transgender, gender non-conforming or gender non-binary individuals.

9. Perform a comprehensive psycho-social intake for patients who are interested in gender affirming hormone therapy.

10. Assess patient and create a plan for cross hormone therapy. Including counseling, case management, letters for surgical or insurance documentation and social work services

11. Obtain prior approval for cross hormone therapy and antiviral HIV prevention therapy when needed from an insurance payor or patient assistance programs.

Other Responsibilities:

1. Provide short-term and crisis counseling for individuals, couples, and/or families regarding all relevant issues related to reproductive health services at the health center.

2. Provide ongoing direction and consultation for staff involved in patient education.

3. Keep records in accordance with documentation standards.

4. Manage confidentiality of clients; work with law enforcement agencies when required; activate the community mental health system when required.

5. Collect counseling program planning data as directed.

6. Participate as part of the Consumer Services team on various projects requiring counseling expertise, i.e. staff training manuals, patient satisfaction survey, and patient education materials.

7. Meet monthly with supervisor and consults supervisor regarding specific cases as appropriate.

8. Participates in relevant PPIL staff meetings.

9. Other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, talk, and hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands and fingers to handle, or feel and reach. The employee is occasionally required to sit. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

Knowledge of:
1. Principles, objectives and techniques of social work practice;

2. Individual and group behavior, child and adolescent development, and family relationships;

3. Medical-psycho-socio-economic factors affecting individuals and families;

4. Community organization and resources;

5. Rules and regulations affecting the delivery of service in health care agencies, including — but not limited to — patient confidentiality, DCFS (child abuse/neglect), domestic violence and duty to warn.

Ability to:
1. Establish and maintain a productive relationship with clients who may be in a state of crisis;

2. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;

3. Work cooperatively with co-workers, other agencies and the public;

4. Receive supervision;

5. Interpret complex laws and regulations to clients and the public;

6. Prepare and present written and oral presentations when required;

7. Manage a caseload in a timely and effective manner;

8. Utilize social work and counseling techniques as well as community resources;

9. Interview and counsel effectively.

Education and Experience: Possession of a Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling from an accredited college or university prior to appointment. LCSW or LCPC license required, with two or more years of experience.

Personal & Professional Qualities: Commitment to the operating goals of Planned Parenthood, and an interest in providing counseling and information to women and men choosing those services. An ability to communicate with clients, paid and volunteer staff, and the public in a sensitive, professional manner regarding sexuality and sexual health care concerns. Well developed writing skills. Willingness to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends, and travel between sites as necessary. Bilingual ability in Spanish or other languages common to the Chicago area is preferred but not required.

Supervisor: Director of Clinical and Educational Initiatives

Status: Part Time/Full time. Non-exempt from the overtime provisions of the wage and salary regulations.

Planned Parenthood works affirmatively to include diversity among its workforce and does not discriminate in the selection of its staff based on factors including but not limited to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, income, marital status or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law. We encourage diverse candidates to apply for this position.

Contact Info


18 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60603

Additional Information

All applications must be submitted on the Planned Parenthood website:

School Social Worker

St. George Elementary School, District 258 - Public School

Location: Bourbonnais, Illinois

End date: 2018-07-27


Provide one to one and group social work for students in a K-8 public school

Contact Info

Paula Grimes

5200 East Center Street



based on experience