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Senior Residential Shift Leader (Full-time)
Refuge for Women Chicago
The Senior Residential Shift Leader (SRSL) fulfills all the responsibilities of a Residential Shift Leader per the Residential Shift Leader job description as well as the duties outlined below. The SRSL works alongside the Program Director to ensure quality control and consistent delivery of services amongst the night shift staff. The SRSL will ensure day-to-day program and safe house activities are carried out by the night Residential Shift Leaders in accordance with the mission, vision and values of Refuge for Women.

Summary of Responsibilities

Observe current night shift 2-3 hours per week. Each Residential Shift Leader will be observed one time every 6 -7 weeks.
Provide pertinent feedback to Program Director to ensure continued progress and success of Residential Shift Leaders and ultimately the residents
Meet with Program Director weekly to go over report and create action plan for suggestions/improvements (1 hour)
Follow up with Night Shift leader to implement plan (30 minutes to 1 hour)
Assist Program Director in the training of new night Residential Shift Leaders as needed
Encourage all Residential Shift Leaders - ongoing
Work alongside Program Director with work with residents in Aftercare, providing transitional resources and assisting in next steps after Aftercare (2 hours)
Participate in staff meetings, trainings and development activities
Clinical Counselor
Next Level Counseling and Wellness
Next Level Counseling and Wellness is looking for diverse candidates to provide counseling to individuals, families, and/or couples in our Woodstock, Crystal Lake, or Chicago offices. This contract position is part-time to start with the option to grow into full-time. Any specialties welcome to apply!

At Next Level, mental health counselors work with individuals and groups to promote optimum mental health. They help individuals deal with anxiety, trauma, addictions and substance abuse, family, parenting, marital problems, and suicide. They work with families, couples and individuals to help in overcoming emotional and psychological problems. Additionally, our mental health counselors should also be skilled at discerning people's words and actions, helping them to see how what they say and do reveals the root causes of their issues. Our team provides services in the office or via Telehealth!

-Provide an array of outpatient mental health services to promote individualized patient recovery.
-Conduct intakes, individual, group, and family therapy.
-Develop treatment plans and conduct reviews as needed throughout the duration of treatment.
-Provide mental health assessments, counseling, referrals, and intervention services.
-Complete and maintain documentation in a timely and accurate manner and according to Federal, State and practice guidelines.
-Write reports to court, school, or other community agencies as necessary.
-Follow up with psychiatrists and/or attending physicians in cases involving hospital admissions.
-Collaborate with external psychiatric care providers as well as representatives from assistance programs to help schedule treatment sessions for those patients who need them.

-Able to make professional evaluations, decisions, and recommendation for treatment planning and implementation.
-Current practitioner license through the state of Illinois (LCPC/LCSW).
-3 years of experience
Mchenry County Outreach Coordinator
(Part-time to full-time)
Live4Lali has been serving suburban Illinois for over ten years providing critical prevention, education, treatment access, support programs, community solutions-building initiatives, harm reduction, and overdose prevention services to decrease the devastating toll of the opioid epidemic.

Our Mission: Live4Lali works to reduce stigma and prevent substance use disorder among individuals, families, and communities, and minimize the overall health, legal and social harms associated with substance use.

The McHenry County Outreach Coordinator will co-coordinate the Harm Reduction Outreach and Overdose Prevention Program alongside the current Outreach Program Manager. The Outreach Coordinator will also take calls from community members and arrange for training for individuals without transportation if needed.
Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Outreach Coordinator will be part of the Live4Lali team, engaged in multiple activities, including identifying areas of greatest need within McHenry County, engaging in weekly shifts on our Mobile Outreach Project, and distributing naloxone and other harm reduction supplies and training both on the street and within existing services.

For full job description and to apply, please visit

Women, trans, gender non-conforming and queer folks, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Live4Lali is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate by race, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability in its procedures and policies.
Contractual Weekend Advocate
Northwest CASA; CARE Center Satellite Office
Number of Weekends per Month: TBD by Supervisor
Rate of Pay: Weekend Shifts: $100 per weekend regardless of calls plus $25 an hour for direct services provided when on a call

The Contractual Advocate’s role is to provide coverage for the 24/7 hotline on week day shifts or weekend shifts determined by Advocate’s availability and supervisor. This includes responding to hospital and hotline calls and providing back-up/support to volunteers on call.

-24/7 Hotline Crisis Intervention:
-Answer hotline calls during assigned shifts within 15 minutes. Provide victim centered, empowering support and provide referrals as needed.
-In person response to hospital emergency room request for advocacy service within one hour of being contacted by the answering service. ----Provide support, information, clothing, advocacy as needed to survivor in emergency room. Ensure that victim’s rights are respected.
-Complete paperwork and submit to volunteer coordinator within 24 hours of the end of the weekend.

Skills and Qualifications:
-Completed 40 Hour Sexual Assault Advocacy Training through an ICASA Center
-Knowledge of sexual violence issues
-Ability to deal sensitively with victims of sexual violence and their significant others
-Able to work independently and to prioritize/organize tasks
-Ability to provide own transportation

CARE Center Satellite Office – 3 Partner Hospitals
-Northwestern McHenry
-Northwestern Huntley
-Northwestern Woodstock
Part Time CADC Evening Group leader
Evening Position Mon, Tues, Wed and or Thursday 5 pm to 9 pm. Saturday 9 am to 1 pm. Lead online didactic group on substance abuse. Electronic notes and documentation for the clients. English groups with Spanish groups if Spanish is your first language.
Evening PT Receptions and Data Entry Position
ABC is a multi location organization offering Substance Abuse, DV-PAIP, Anger Management, and Mental Health for adults and Youth.

GO Left is our Youth Drop in Center staffed by Professional Counselors
Trauma Counselor; Bilingual Preferred Not Required
Northwest CASA; CARE Center Satellite Office
Come fight with us. More Survivors are reaching out for help on our hotline than in years past. Do you want to do more to stop sexual violence in your community? We have an opportunity for you to step off the sidelines and join a team that is passionate about challenging the norms that are harming our society and understands the intersectionality of how racism and misogyny impacts sexual violence.

We are building a collective and looking for the right individuals to join our powerful team whether that's as a staff member, volunteer, or intern. This is an opportunity to join an agency with over 45 years of stability and the wisdom to continue to evolve. You can have a seat at our table where your voice matters and you have the opportunity to make change.

EMDR training and support included with hire

Master’s degree, in human services / social work/ counseling field.
Experience in counseling and crisis intervention preferred
Knowledge of women’s issues and / or sexual assault issues preferred
Ability to deal sensitively with victims of sexual assault / abuse and their significant others.
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to work a flexible schedule
Fluency in speaking, writing and providing therapy in Spanish preferred.
Must have or be willing to undergo 40 -hour sexual assault crisis worker training.

Provide short-term and long-term counseling to victims of sexual violence and their significant others.
Facilitate support groups for adult and adolescent survivors as needed.
Provide survivors with information about other sexual violence services if needed
Perform outreach to other area services providers, local officials, schools, and other agencies, to inform them of Northwest CASA’s services and to recommend mutual referrals where appropriate
On rotation with other staff to take weekend shifts to provide back up to 24/7 crisis hotline
Police Social Worker
McHenry County Sheriff's Office - Police Social Work Division
Join our innovative team, be a part of making a difference in your community through social work and first responders.

McHenry County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the position of Police Social Worker, for their newly created Police Social Work Division. The Sheriff’s Office is excited to begin the process of hiring for this new, innovative resource. Through a collaborative effort of county police departments and the Sheriff’s Office, Police Social Workers will work to serve areas across the county, connecting residents to resources and improving response to calls involving mental health crisis. Police Social Workers will not replace an officer’s response in the community, but instead will serve as a proactive tool for law enforcement officers to connect citizens with the necessary programs and help they need.

The Police Social Worker (PSW) is a non-sworn professional position that works directly with law enforcement and county first responders by providing social service support for cases identified through officer contact in the community. The PSW provides a coordinated community policing response and is responsible for the organization and delivery of social services, including adult and juvenile crisis intervention, case assessments, short-term counseling, court advocacy and referral to other social service agencies. The PSW acts as a liaison between the participating departments and the various social service agencies, providing follow-up and monitoring cases upon request from the department.

We will be hiring several new Police Social Workers, giving them the opportunity to provide service to our community with excellent government benefits. Check out more details on our website.

Applications accepted through January 31, 2022 at 4PM.

Applicants can visit the Sheriff's Office for more information:

Part-Time or Full-Time Therapist - LITH
BZA Behavioral Health
Join the BZA team! Applicants must have a valid IL mental healthcare license (LSW, LPC, LCSW, LCPC, LMFT, Psy.D., Ph.D). Some evening availability is required and Friday or Saturday availability is a plus. Qualified candidates with experience working with clients ages 12 and up needed. Ability and willingness to work with children is required.

Job Type: 1099 Contract

Position Highlights:

· Join a multidisciplinary team of collaborative professionals including Clinical Social Workers, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Counselors, Psychologists, Students, and a Dietitian

· Front office and billing specialists support all administrative functions

· Opportunities to provide niche services, including seminars and group therapy

· Clinical and legal consultation provided

· Modern and newly expanded office space

· Casual work environment

· Schedule is flexible but must include at least 6 hours of evening (post 3pm) OR weekend availability.

· Full-time employment opportunity, including benefits, may be considered
Team Leader, ACT

- Assumes the leadership role within the team. Models and monitors evidence-based practices and recovery principles.
- As a “player-coach,” actively leads and oversees the activities of team staff members providing outreach, case management, social, vocational, education, physical well-being, and residential services and programming and other services and support provided by the treatment team.
- Ensures that most services are provided in the member’s natural setting.
- Meets required productivity targets and completes all documentation within assigned time frames. Monitors and coaches staff on meeting productivity measures.
- Reviews all required documentation. Maintains the quality, validity and confidentiality of individual case records.
- Participates in the hiring sequence of the agency, and makes recommendations on the hiring or termination of team staff. Conducts annual evaluations for all team staff.
- Follows agency standards regarding clinical supervision.
- Works flexible schedule including work on weekends or evenings as required. May be required to be on-call.


Must, at a minimum, meet Office of Mental Health Rule 132 credential requirements for a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) including a Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or closely related field.
- LPC or LSW required.
- Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA) preferred.


- Candidates must be at least 21 years of age.
- LPC, LSW, LCPC, or LCSW required.
- One (1) – two (2) years clinical experience is required. Leadership experience is strongly preferred.
- Experience in settings such as hospitals, homeless shelter, and other crisis situations is strongly
- Strong interpersonal skills and knowledge of group dynamics.
- Daily access to a personal vehicle
- Valid driver’s license
- Willingness to provide transportation to members of the program
Community Support Specialist
The Community Support Specialist provides direct service to clients through individual and group counseling/therapy, vocational support, crisis intervention, and psycho-social rehabilitation. They identify risk factors related to relapse and develop relapse prevention plans and strategies.


- Develops and reviews members’ care plans by identifying goals, objectives, and specific mental health services needed.
- Teaches members independent and community living skills, such as housekeeping, meal preparation, coping skills, etc.
- Provides support to members with collateral social service agencies and the community.
- Documents services provided in an Electronic Health Record in a timely manner.


Candidates must be at least 21 years of age and have:
- High school diploma or GED certificate with 5 years of supervised job-related experience in the field of social services OR - Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, or related field


- Daily access to a personal vehicle
- Valid driver’s license
- Willingness to provide transportation for members of the program
- Must obtain and maintain liability car insurance of:
$100,000 per person bodily injury
$300,000 per accident
$100,000 property damage

COVID-19 Note: In the spirit of caring for one another and our community, please note that upon accepting an offer of employment from Thresholds, you will be required to share proof of a COVID-19 vaccination and booster upon eligibility. You may apply for a Medical or Religious Exemption in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.


Generous Paid Time Off Policy (Vacation, Sick, and Personal Days)
4 Medical Insurance Plans
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
403(b) with 3% employer match
Mileage Reimbursement
Public Service Loan Forgiveness
Supervision for Clinical Licensure at no cost (LSW, LCSW, LPC, LCPC)
Development Administrative Assistant
Independence Health & Therapy
The Development Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support for development efforts. This includes data entry, gift processing, special event support, budget tracking and executive assistant duties. As part of the Development Department, will work closely with the Development Manager. Some weekend and evening hours required.
CNA in Adult Day Program at Independence Health & Therapy
Independence Health & Therapy
Seeking CNA who desires to do fun and purposeful activities with seniors

ABOUT INDEPENDENCE HEALTH & THERAPY Independence Health & Therapy is the county's leading wellness center providing adult day health and memory care programs, behavioral health services, and physical, occupational and speech therapy. Our programs are centered around improving lives through care, education, and advocacy.

Our Adult Day Health and Memory Care program is a community based traditional day program model offering social services, activities, peer support and individual person-centered care while also providing a medical model with skilled services from nurses, therapists, and others.

The Dayroom Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) provides quality direct personal care for program participants in an environment that promotes their rights, dignity, freedom of choice, and individuality.

The CNA participates in consumer care planning, assists clients with activities of daily living, completes narrative documentation of assigned primary consumers, and completes consumer daily participation logs as assigned.

Additionally the CNA participates in planning, preparing, implementing, and evaluating day room activities and may be called upon to assist in the kitchen when the Dietary Aide or Day Room Support staff are absent.
This position is full time.
NO Weekends!
NO Holidays!
NO Evenings!
FT staff receive 10 Holidays, up to 2 weeks of vacation and
FT staff receive 2 weeks of sick earned the first year, plus 2 PTO and 1 "Our Board Loves Us" day off.
Deputy Sheriff
McHenry County Sheriff's Office
Performs a variety of complex law enforcement duties. Enforces Federal and State laws, and County ordinances (when required by position) for the protection of life, health, safety, welfare and property.


-Must be 21, or have reached 21 before date of hire. There is no maximum age limit.
-Must be a United States Citizen at the time of hiring.
-Must possess a valid Driver’s License
-Must be a high school graduate or have attained a G.E.D.
-Must reside in any Illinois county bordering McHenry County or Rock, Walworth, or Kenosha County in Wisconsin.
-Must have a valid Firearm Owner Identification Card upon hire.
-Must be able to pass the Police Officer Wellness Evaluation Report (POWER Test). POWER cards will not be accepted.
-Must be of excellent moral character and personal integrity.
-Subsequent to a conditional offer, candidates will be required to complete a polygraph, psychological examination, thorough background investigation, drug screen and pre-employment physical.


-Starting pay is $ 32.64/hour ($67,892.66/annually)
-Top pay is $49.68/hour ($103,327.95/annually)
-Paid overtime after 40 hours
-Paid holidays per year as determined by County Board
-3 personal days per year
-Uniforms supplied by the Sheriff’s Office
-I.M.R.F SLEP pension contributed by employee and employer
-Paid Vacation: 5 days after one year, 10 days after 2 years, 15 days after 5 years, 20 days after 10 years.
-Paid sick time after one year
-Major medical, dental, accident, vision and life insurance offered by the County for the employee and dependents. Benefits begin the first day of the month following 60 days of employment.
Corrections Officer
McHenry County Sheriff's Office
Performs a variety of complex correctional duties maintains the security of the corrections facility, monitors and controls movements of prisoners and detainees, processes incoming prisoners, processes prisoners to be released, takes bond, and is responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of the corrections facility.


-Minimum 21 years of age. Applicants may test at 20, but must be 21 upon hiring.
-High school diploma or GED.
-United States citizen.
-No prior experience is required. Job training provided upon hiring.
-Applicant must possess a valid driver’s license.
-Applicant must possess or have the ability to obtain a Firearm Owners Identification Card (FOID) upon employment. Apply for a FOID online at
-Employees must live within McHenry County, any bordering Illinois counties, or Kenosha & Walworth counties in Wisconsin, within one year of hire.
-Must be able to pass the Police Officer Wellness Evaluation Report (POWER Test). POWER cards will not be accepted.


-Starting pay is $27.39/hour ($56,966.42/annually)
-Top pay is $46.17/hour ($96,043.79/annually)
-Paid overtime after 40 hours
-Paid holidays per year as determined by County Board
-3 personal days per year
-Uniforms supplied by the Sheriff’s Office
-I.M.R.F pension contributed by employee and employer
-Paid Vacation: 5 days after one year, 10 days after 2 years, 15 days after 5 years, 20 days after 10 years.
-Paid sick time after one year
-Major medical, dental, accident, vision and life insurance offered by the County for the employee and dependents. Benefits begin the first day of the month following 60 days of employment.
Advocate Manager
CASA of McHenry County
CASA of McHenry County
Advocate Manager Job Description

General Description:
The Advocate Manager provides training, supervision and support to CASA advocates ensuring that children involved with the CASA program receive sound advocacy and proactive permanency planning. The Advocate Manager is responsible for advocate supervision and coordination of cases.

The Advocate Manager should have the following skills and experience:
1. Bachelor’s degree in social service related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
2. The ability to communicate with, supervise, and empower volunteers to be effective in their roles
3. Ability to work as a team player and interact positively with volunteers and staff
4. Excellent writing, editing, and organizational skills
5. Demonstrates maturity and responsibility in handling confidential information
6. Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect
7. Completion of CASA of McHenry County’s training program within 6 months of hire
8. Commitment to CASA of McHenry County’s goals and mission
9. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Additional experience with other software a plus

Accountability and Location:
The Advocate Manager reports directly to the Program Director who is responsible for his/her performance evaluations. Advocate Manager will work from the CASA of McHenry County office in Crystal Lake, IL.

(Remaining details in official job Stacy for PDF)
Full Time Therapist
Center for Emotional Wellness of the Northwest Suburbs
We are looking for a Psychologist or Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker to join our team, primarily working at our Arlington Heights and/or Crystal Lake locations. We are also looking for a Clinical Intern or Pre-licensed Therapist working towards licensure. If you are interested in working with a highly energetic, young, innovative, vibrant group, please read on.The ideal candidate will have training to work with a wide range of client presentations and ages. We are especially interested in a therapist who has experience working with couples, adults and/or younger children. Preferred modalities for therapy include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Response Prevention Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, and Parent Coaching. Many of our clients have presentations of anxious and depressive symptoms, school refusal, social anxiety, self-injury, substance abuse and issues associated with academic pressures. We work closely with the schools, practitioners and pediatricians in our area. We believe in a holistic approach and collaboration is key. We will provide weekly supervision for candidates. We offer many groups, mentoring programs, as well as have an expressive arts studio run by an expressive therapist. We meet regularly as a team for case consultation and staffing needs, and also just to have fun! .If you are interested in this position, please email Andrew Sanchez at and introduce yourself. You can check out our website Please attach your vita as a PDF, and write a cover letter and attach it as a Word document. We will contact you directly if we are interested in you for the position.

We are currently offering Telehealth as an option for our clients to ensure the safety of our employees and those we serve.
Licensed Therapist
Personal Growth Associates
Personal Growth Associates is a multi-disciplinary practice that takes pride in its excellent team of therapists and medication managers. At PGA, we value teamwork and have created a supportive and nurturing culture, allowing our staff to continue learning and growing. We are a large well-established private practice with over 20 clinicians in three different locations. We place a high value on collaboration, supervision, and self-examination. Our administrative staff and billing team are experienced and highly efficient, thus allowing clinicians to devote their focus to the client.

We are currently interviewing Licensed Clinical Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors for our Schaumburg and Crystal Lake offices. Working from home is an option using Teletherapy. Child and Adolescent experience is preferred and an interest in psychological testing and assessment is also desirable.

Health insurance and retirement plan benefits are available for full-time employees.

If you are a self-motivated and driven licensed therapist looking to be part of a diverse team of behavioral health professionals, please contact Joseph Ripp, Psy.D., 847-413-9700, ext. 315 or e-mail your cover letter and resume to

Post-Doctoral Candidate
Personal Growth Associates
Personal Growth Associates is a multi-disciplinary practice that takes pride in its excellent team of therapists and medication managers. At PGA, we value teamwork and have created a supportive and nurturing culture, allowng our staff to continue learning and growing. We are a large, well-established private practice with over 20 clinicians in three different locations. We place a high value on collaboration, supervision, and self-examination. Our administrative staff and billing team are experienced and highly efficient, thus allowing therapists to devote their focus to the client.

We are currently interviewing post-doctoral psychologist candidates. A license is not mandatory. Interest in psychological testing and assessment is desirable. If you are a self-motivated and driven post-doctoral candidate looking to be part of a diverse team of behavioral health professionals, please contact: Joseph Ripp, 847-413-9700, ext. 315, or e-mail:
Child and Adolescent Counselor
ECH Counseling LLC
Grow with ECH Counseling as it is expanding to keep up with the demands of the community’s needs.
ECH Counseling is seeking a licensed therapist who is interested in joining a smaller practice. This is a great opportunity for someone who is self-motivated and wants to be able to do their job as a therapist, while not worrying about all the administrative aspects of a private practice.

· Provide outpatient mental health counseling (clinician may specify age range and conditions they prefer to treat).
· Secure client information per HIPAA standards. Maintain confidentiality in regards to client care and documentation.
· Complete and maintain appropriate documentation such as assessment, treatment plan, and service documentation.
· Maintain good standing with state board and complete all continuing
education requirements.
· Be able to work independently.

ECH provides:
· LCPC: 60/40 payment based off insurance reimbursement
· LPC: 50/50 split compensation based off insurance reimbursement
· W2 position
· A paperless office utilizing a cloud-based EHR so you can work anywhere
· Psychology Today advertisement
· Liability insurance
· Flexible schedule – days, evenings, and weekends
· Both in person and telehealth sessions (temporary)

· Must have an IL license
· Willing to work some evenings and weekends
· Build and maintain a caseload of 20-25 clients/week
Grant Writer
City of Woodstock
This position is responsible for conducting research and analysis on various grant programs, preparing grant applications, administering grant activities and monitoring compliance. This position will also assist departments who write and manage their own grants.
DSP -Direct Support Professional
Pioneer Center For Human Services
Our organization strongly believes that every individual deserves the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential. At the present time, we are looking for an individual to fill the role of Direct Support Professional (DSP). The right candidate will be responsible for providing compassionate care and assistance to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. A DSP assists individuals achieve personal outcomes and provides person-centered supports while assisting with daily living care and needs. If you have a desire to make a difference in people’s lives and work with developmentally disabled adults in a direct care role, we encourage you to apply for this position.

Both part time and full time positions are available now. All positions start at $14.20 per hour. Full time positions come with a complete benefit package including medical insurance and paid time off.

Duties include housekeeping, laundry, meal prep/planning, transportation/errands, bathing/personal hygiene care, medication management and all aspects of daily living help.
Testing Center Assistant (part-time)
The Testing Center Assistant provides customer service and proctoring support to individuals taking a variety of tests, including make-up tests, program certifications, state certifications, and more. The ideal candidate will have experience working with diverse populations, have a passion for helping others, and be able to work independently. Being comfortable with technology and database software programs is required.
Marketing/Communications Manager
City of Woodstock
This position is responsible for creating a consolidated, professional, streamlined and comprehensive marketing and communications strategy and brand for the City of Woodstock to convey, internally and externally, communications regarding City programs, services, policy decisions, community events and other related information important to residents, businesses and visitors. Additional duties include management of the City's social media, the City's website, event coordination and related administrative duties, including management of staff. The position reports to the Executive Director - Business Development.
House Supervisor
Pioneer Center For Human Services

The House Supervisor is responsible for the compliance, administration and day-to-day operation of the group home(s) in which they oversee. The well-being of the clients and staff, as well as the management of the property is the overarching responsibility of the House Supervisor.
Reasonable Accommodations Statement
To accomplish this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to help enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Essential Functions Statement(s)
Assist in hiring of new DSP staff
Make direct contact with new employee(s) during the first day of training.
Develop a house-training plan for all new hires and provide checklists for both house and client specific
information. Ensure this information is communicated to new staff timely.
Work with Residential Coordinator to fill/solve any scheduling gaps by utilizing the approved staff e.g.,
subs, part-time, floaters.
Review the weekly schedule to ensure all shifts are filled and match the budgeted hours. If not within the
budgeted hours work with Residential Coordinator to achieve desired results.
Complete monthly training with all house staff, including checklist sign-off sheets for all staff.
Communicate on an on-going basis with QIDPs.
Working with the QIDP, ensure a deep understanding of clients goals, which are required to be tracked
and documented within the home.
Working with the QIDP, provide input and direct implementation of behavior plans within the home, as
Maintains house hours within budget.
Responsible for management of client cash maintained within the house daily.
Communicate daily all client issues, successes and other relevant information to the QIDP.
Audit data sheets on a monthly basis to ensure accurate completion by house
Many Positions Available
McHenry County Government
Check out our job board at! We have many positions available.
Election Judge
McHenry County
Do you want to make a difference in your community and preserve the integrity of elections? Would you like to make some extra cash too? Become an election judge. Learn more at
Multiple Job Opportunities
Looking for a rewarding job? Clearbrook West is located in Crystal Lake. We work with individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. We have part-time and full-time opportunities available.
From Reception and Case Managers to Practitioners
Greater Family Health
Positions are available for Full-Time, Part-Time and PRN. Greater Family Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer excellent salaries, comprehensive benefits, a positive, team-oriented atmosphere, and flexible work schedules.

Please visit our Job Portal for a list of all job openings at Greater Family Health!
Multiple Job Openings
McHenry County College has several open positions. Please check them out!
Multiple Career Opportunities
Mobile Therapy Centers of America
Ask yourself this question: “Why did I become a therapist?”

That answer is unique to each of us, however, at Mobile Therapy Centers we all share this in common — we love what we do!

Each day, we provide therapy services to families across multiple cities and states, resulting in a significant impact in the lives of the families we serve. This is truly a fulfilling experience!

At Mobile Therapy Centers, we offer flexible scheduling, multidisciplinary team collaboration, efficient documentation and the resources of an exceptionally dedicated office team which combine to allow you to pursue your passion and discover your leadership talents.

Mobile Therapy Centers is Hiring in Illinois and in the Nashville/Clarksville, Tennessee area. We are expanding and looking for Full and Part Time Therapists, Assistants, Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) and Counselors. In addition, Mobile Therapy Centers has a strong history of providing clinical fellowships, internships and supervision opportunities. Please contact us for more information.

Mobile Therapy Centers is a quality, close knit, flexible company and we hope to add you to our growing team. If you are interested, or you know someone who is, contact us at 847-816-7200 or email us at

Maintenance Worker I - Full Time
McHenry County Conservation District
Work in an open space/park setting as a Maintenance Worker throughout beautiful McHenry County! This position is responsible for journey trades work in performing specialized building and grounds maintenance work as well as some construction activities for the Conservation District’s park sites and facilities.

What are we looking for? An individual with good working knowledge of a wide range of facility maintenance, repair, and construction functions including work with water and sewer, electrical, carpentry, operation of equipment, and other building trades work. Additionally, a completion of an apprenticeship program is preferred, but not required. A minimum of three (3) years of experience in trades level construction and maintenance or equivalent combination of education and experience.

For your safety and those around you, we require applicants to have a valid driver’s license and complete a pre-employment drug screening due to this being a safety sensitive job as well as be able to frequently lift up to 50lbs.
Outdoor Program Leader - Seasonal
McHenry County Conservation District
Are you looking for a chance to work in the outdoors? Working with our Education Services team as a summer camp and public program leader is a great way to gain experience in environmental education and make a positive impact! Enhance your communication and teaching skills while working with a variety of age levels. Share your knowledge and passion for the natural environment with diverse audiences. Our employees will train you in safety, leadership skills and camp activities, and will help you become familiar with Conservation District sites. Apply today to join our team this summer in planning and conducting summer environmental education programs at various Conservation Areas within the County!

What are we looking for? Someone with a flexible schedule, as this job requires some evening and weekend work. We’re also looking for completion of at least two years of a Bachelor’s degree program in environmental education/interpretation or related field along with six months of related experience working with children and/or leading conservation-related programs, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Driving is an essential part of the job, so for your safety and those around you, we require applicants to have a current, valid driver’s license and to complete a pre-employment drug screening. Our program responsibilities require you to be able to lift up to 80 lbs. and to be capable of canoeing up to seven miles.
Natural Resource Field Seasonal
McHenry County Conservation District
Gain real life experience in the natural resources field by working alongside our skilled Ecologists! Spend the summer working outside with a team in a pristine natural resources environment while expanding your knowledge in areas such as native plants, herbicide use, and ecological restoration work such as brush clearing and weed control activities. Work schedule is typically a 40-hour week Monday-Friday.

What are we looking for? An applicant with some background in ecological restoration experience preferred. Additionally, in the process of obtaining a college degree with at least one-year course work in the field of biology, environmental science, or natural resources or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Doing is learning. If you do not already have knowledge in the use of power tools, you must be willing to learn and use the tools and equipment. Additionally, you will expand your knowledge in herbicide use by obtaining a State of Illinois herbicide operator’s license upon starting work.

For your safety and those around you, we require applicants to have a current, valid driver’s license and complete a pre-employment drug screening due to driving being essential to the job as well as be able to regularly lift up to 50lbs. Additionally, you must be at least 18 years of age at the time of your start date.
Park Maintenance Seasonal Worker
McHenry County Conservation District
See yourself working in the great outdoors this summer! Spend your time outdoors in wide-open spaces working as part of a team assisting our experienced Park Rangers in daily maintenance of Conservation District park sites creating an enjoyable experience for our park visitors. Job duties include, but not limited to:
Mowing and trimming
Light maintenance work such as painting and staining
Trail work such as trimming and erosion control
Park rounds including trash pick-up and maintenance of the site

What are we looking for? Preferably, someone with previous experience in landscape or park maintenance work including the ability to use power tools and maintenance equipment, or willing to learn such tools and equipment if not already familiar with it.

For your safety and those around you, we require applicants to have a current, valid driver’s license and complete a pre-employment drug screening due to driving being essential to the job as well as be able to regularly lift up to 50lbs. Additionally, you must be at least 18 years of age at the time of your start date.
Wildlife Resource Center Seasonal
McHenry County Conservation District
Be actively involved in the husbandry (cleaning/feeding) of the resident raptors, reptiles, feeder colonies as well as rehabilitating wildlife. Participate in our Blanding’s turtle and smooth green snake head-starting projects as well as the bluebird trail monitoring program. Contribute to environmental education programs and development of program materials/wildlife artifacts. Enhance your communication and customer service skills in responding to wildlife related inquiries from the public.

This is a 40 hour per week position including weekends and lasts for 12 weeks. Applicant should be working towards a Bachelor’s degree or a beginning professional in biology, environmental education, or a related field or possess equivalent experience. Start this opportunity mid/late May and work through mid/late August.

Applicants must have a current, valid driver’s license and complete a pre-employment drug screening. Must be able to occasionally lift up to 50 lbs., walk up and down stairs, and work outside in the heat with biting invertebrates. Animal handling experience is a plus.
Coordinator of Personal Development Program
Develop, plan, and coordinate classes and activities in community program areas of Personal Development and Kids & College, within the Workforce Development Division.The Personal Development Program offers a variety of classes and workshops designed to provide learning opportunities and to enhance quality of life.The Kids & College Program provides quality academic STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) classes for students entering grades 1-9.
Resident Engineers
McHenry County Division of Transportation
The McHenry County Division of Transportation (MCDOT) is seeking qualified candidates for two (2) Resident Engineer openings in their Construction Section. The candidates will provide construction supervision and inspection to ensure the procedures and material used, as well as the finished product, meets the requirements of the plans and specifications.
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