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University of Illinois School of Social Work job listings:

Family Advocate Specialist

The Family Advocate Specialist will provide leadership, on-going coaching, and support for the Integrated Health Home staff, provide oversight of fidelity to the family peer support model and serve as Subject Matter Expert for family peer support.

Field Specialist

The Field Specialist will train the IM+CANS model and other HFS directed clinical initiatives to community behavioral health staff and leadership, provide on-going coaching and support for new initiatives, and serve as Subject Matter Expert for New Service Initiatives and Systems of Care (SOC)  curriculum.

Systems of Care (SOC) Specialist

The Systems of Care Specialist will train the Illinois model of wraparound to IHH care coordination staff and leadership, provide on-going coaching and support for IHH staff, provide oversight of fidelity to the wraparound model, and serve as SME for SOC curriculum.

Training Program Specialist

The Training Program Specialist works with the Data Coordinator, Office of Medicaid Innovation, and others to design and implement all processes related to the PATH training program.

Research Program Specialist, CPRD

The Research Program Specialist (RPS) for the Center for Prevention Research and Development (CPRD), within the University of Illinois’ School of Social Work, works on a team that is conducting the evaluation of the Maternal Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Project in Illinois. The RPS serves as coordinator and manager of team activities, communication, documentation, and logistics for calls/meetings/presentations with external partners. The RPS also works with local MIECHV program sites to oversee the collection of information about staffing.

Implementation Coach and Training Technician

As a member of a specialized Statewide training Field Support Team, the Implementation Coach and Training Technician will facilitate trainings to support in the application of family-centered, trauma-informed and strength-based practices, as well as other key Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (IDCFS) initiatives. This person will provide field support to enhance the transfer of learning from the training classroom to field operations; partner with staff, supervisors, and key stakeholders and conduct regular and frequent face-to-face meetings; conduct assessments, complete gap analysis, identify strengths and areas of challenge for agency staff as assigned; and provide coaching, constructive feedback and solution focused problem solving with references to identified challenges and areas of improvement.

 

Implementation Coach and Training Specialist

As a member of a specialized statewide training Field Support Team, the Implementation Coach and Training Specialist will work collaboratively with agency partners to provide training, coaching, mentoring and professional development to agency staff, supervisors, and managers; provide both introductory awareness and post-training content reinforcement/support in the application of family-centered, trauma-informed and strength-based practices, as well as other key Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (IDCFS) initiatives. This person will facilitate and at times develop training, learning groups, and coaching for agency leadership (supervisors and managers) in content related to leadership and supervisory skills, and provide field support to enhance the transfer of learning from the training classroom to field operations.

Program Assistant (bilingual-Spanish)

This person will serve as a bilingual Spanish-speaking program assistant, carrying out administrative and training functions necessary for supporting the PRIDE (Parent Resources for Information, Development, and Education) program and the Associate Director of PRIDE.

Academic Partnerships Coordinator

The Academic Partnerships Coordinator will assist the Associate Director of the Academic Partnerships Program with overseeing and implementing the daily programmatic operations of the University Partnership Program, the Academic Internship Program, the Job Shadowing Program, the Graduate Public Service Internship (GPSI) Program, the development and/or implementation of any Title IV-E recruitment, retention, and training programs, and any other Academic Partnership Program related deliverables. This may include the direct supervision and oversight of Academic Partnership support staff as needed.

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