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POSTED:  January 26, 2022

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
September 1, 2021 through August 31, 2022

FSLA STATUS: EXEMPT

RANK: Licensed Clinical Social Worker

DEPARTMENT: Family & Community Medicine

DIVISION: SIU Center for Family Medicine – Geriatrics

POSITION FUNCTION:

This position will serve as behavioral health consultant for the Geriatrics Program at the Center for Family Medicine in Springfield. This position will provide counseling and other behavioral health services to patients in the outpatient setting and in assisted living facilities and will also participate in home visits. The position will engage patients at the medical visit, determine the extent of their needs for therapy and/or community assistance and/or referral to psychiatry.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

This position reports to the Behavioral Health Program Supervisor and the Director of Geriatrics who in turn reports to the Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine.

CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Demonstrates, by actions, commitment to the mission and the behavioral standards of SIU School of Medicine. Provides excellent service to both internal and external customers through collaboration and partnership; compassion and respect; integrity and accountability; diversity and inclusion; as well as continuous learning and improvement.

The following information is intended to be representative of the work performed by incumbent in this position and is not all-inclusive. The omission of a specific duty or responsibility will not preclude it from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical extension of position responsibilities.

  1. TEACHING (5%)
    1. Assist in the development of the behavioral science and community medicine curriculum goals and objectives for residents and other learners.
    2. Serve as Attending/Mentor for Social Work Interns and other interdisciplinary students.
  2. SERVICE (85%)
    1. Provide behavioral health services to patients in the Geriatric and Wellness clinics.
    2. Assist with assessments and advance care planning to clinic patients and to patient in Assisted Living facilities.
    3. Provide care to patient who are home-bound by attending home visits with providers and residents.
    4. Provide group and individual therapy.
    5. Provide emergency services to patients as needed including those who are identified as having no primary care physician.
  3. ADMINISTRATIVE (0%)
  4. RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY (5%)
    1. Participate in collaborative departmental research, as opportunities arise.
  5. OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (5%)
    1. Attend faculty meetings and resident conferences.
    2. Serve on the Center-wide Committees, as assigned.
    3. Serve on school and department committees, as assigned.
    4. Participate in community outreach projects.
    5. Participate in the development and/or delivery of presentations in areas of own interest.
  6. AUTHORITY AND RESPONSIBILITY
    1. Supervisory Controls: The supervisor will assign duties as needed. The employee will be expected to work independently, with occasional consultation from the supervisor.
    2. Guidelines: Guidelines and policies are set by the supervisor and other program faculty.
  7. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    1. Master's degree in Social Work;
    2. Licensure as a Clinical Social Worker in the State of Illinois (or eligibility for licensure);
    3. Sensitive to the needs of underrepresented minority populations
  8. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
    1. Experience working with the Geriatric population
  9. ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES
    1. Participates in meetings, trainings and other environmental, health and safety activities as required by SIU School of Medicine.
  10. PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
    1. See attached Physical and Environmental Requirements form.

POSTED: January 24, 2022
TELEHEALTH THERAPIST (YOUTH)

Join Egyptian Health Department's team in investing in Healthy People...Healthy Communities.

Our Agency:
Egyptian Health Department has been serving the citizens of Southern Illinois since 1952. We are COA accredited and a leading agency in Southern Illinois. We are team oriented and a fast growing agency.

The Position:
We are seeking a full-time Telehealth Therapist for youth.

  • Master's degree and Professional Licensure in Social Work, Counseling, Therapy or other Mental Health related programs.
  • Must be a self starter and competent to work independently.
  • Must have excellent communication skills and be comfortable working with technology and video interaction.

Duties:

  • Provides assessment and counseling services to individual clients including group and family strategies via a telehealth platform.
  • Participates in clinical staff meetings and clinical supervision.
  • Prepares client records, reports, data and required statistics on a timely basis.
  • Provides case management and case coordination services.
  • Maintains working and functional telehealth equipment.
  • Utilizes evidence-based strategies.
  • Individuals must demonstrate great cultural and socioeconomic sensitivity to populations served.

The Benefits:
Salary is based on education and experience. Excellent benefit package including:

  • Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund
  • Group Health Insurance
  • Vacation Days
  • Sick Time
  • Personal Day
  • 15 Paid Holidays
  • 35-hour work week
  • Great work environment
  • National Health Service Corp (NHSC) approved site

To Apply:
Apply on our website at www.egyptian.org under jobs. Also, send resume and three letters of reference to Tammy Karnes, tkarnes@egyptian.org. Deadline for applications will be February 11, 2022.


POSTED: January 24, 2022
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER COUNSELOR—ELDORADO OFFICE

Join Egyptian Health Department's team in investing in Healthy People...Healthy Communities.

Our Agency:
Egyptian Health Department has been serving the citizens of Southern Illinois since 1952. We are COA accredited and a leading agency in Southern Illinois. We are team oriented and a fast growing agency.

The Position:
We are seeking a full-time Substance Use Disorder Counselor

  • Must have a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in a human service field.
  • Must have either an Illinois Certification (ICB) or be able to obtain certification within two years of hire. Other licensures relevant to the position will be considered.

Duties:

  • Assume case management/therapist responsibilities for a caseload of clients with alcohol and drug related problems.
  • Provide follow-up services to clients discharged from treatment facilities.
  • Conduct substanct use disorder groups.
  • Maintain complete documentation in client records as required by Illinois Administrative rules.

The Benefits:
Salary is based on education and experience. Excellent benefit package including:

  • Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund
  • Group Health Insurance
  • Vacation Days
  • Sick Time
  • Personal Day
  • 15 Paid Holidays
  • 35-hour work week
  • Great work environment
  • National Health Service Corp (NHSC) approved site

To Apply:
Apply on our website at www.egyptian.org under jobs. Also, send resume and three letters of reference to Tammy Karnes, HR Specialist, at 1412 US 45 North, Eldorado, IL, 62930 or tkarnes@egyptian.org. Deadline for applications will be February 11, 2022.


POSTED: January 24, 2022
YOUTH SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER COUNSELOR

Join Egyptian Health Department's team in investing in Healthy People...Healthy Communities.

Our Agency:
Egyptian Health Department has been serving the citizens of Southern Illinois since 1952. We are COA accredited and a leading agency in Southern Illinois. We are team oriented and a fast growing agency.

The Position:
We are seeking a full-time Youth Substance Use Disorder Counselor

  • Bachelor's Degree in a human service field
  • Would possess an Illinois Certification Board (ICB) certification or have qualifications to obtain certification within two years of hiring date or be a Licenesed Clinical Professional Counselor or a Licensed Professional Counselor pursuant to the Professional Counselor and Clinical Professional Counselor Licensing Act or be a Licensed Social Worker or a Licensed Clinical Social Worker pursuant to the Clinical Social Work and Social Work Practice Act.
  • This candidate must demonstrate sensitivity to the cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of families served.

Duties:

  • This person will assume case management/therapist responsibilities for a caseload of youth with AOD related problems and/or diagnosis.
  • Provide follow-up services to clients discharged from treatment facilities.
  • Make community outreach contacts to potential referral sources and provide in service or addicition education to community groups

The Benefits:
Salary is based on education and experience. Excellent benefit package including:

  • Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund
  • Group Health Insurance
  • Vacation Days
  • Sick Time
  • Personal Day
  • 15 Paid Holidays
  • 35-hour work week
  • Great work environment
  • National Health Service Corp (NHSC) approved site

To Apply:
Apply on our website at www.egyptian.org under jobs. Also, send resume and three letters of reference to Tammy Karnes, tkarnes@egyptian.org. Deadline for applications will be February 11, 2022.


POSTED: January 24, 2022
TELEHEALTH THERAPIST (ADULT)

Join Egyptian Health Department's team in investing in Healthy People...Healthy Communities.

Our Agency:
Egyptian Health Department has been serving the citizens of Southern Illinois since 1952. We are COA accredited and a leading agency in Southern Illinois. We are team oriented and a fast growing agency.

The Position:
We are seeking a full-time Telehealth Therapist for adults.

  • Master's degree and Professional Licensure in Social Work, Counseling, Therapy or other Mental Health related programs.
  • Must be a self starter and competent to work independently.
  • Must have excellent communication skills and be comfortable working with technology and video interaction.

Duties:

  • Provides assessment and counseling services to individual clients including group and family strategies via a telehealth platform.
  • Participates in clinical staff meetings and clinical supervision.
  • Prepares client records, reports, data and required statistics on a timely basis.
  • Provides case management and case coordination services.
  • Maintains working and functional telehealth equipment.
  • Utilizes evidence-based strategies.
  • Individuals must demonstrate great cultural and socioeconomic sensitivity to populations served

The Benefits:
Salary is based on education and experience. Excellent benefit package including:

  • Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund
  • Group Health Insurance
  • Vacation Days
  • Sick Time
  • Personal Day
  • 15 Paid Holidays
  • 35-hour work week
  • Great work environment
  • National Health Service Corp (NHSC) approved site

To Apply:
Apply on our website at www.egyptian.org under jobs. Also, send resume and three letters of reference to Tammy Karnes, tkarnes@egyptian.org. Deadline for applications will be February 11, 2022.


POSTED: January 24, 2022
MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST

Join Egyptian Health Department's team in investing in Healthy People...Healthy Communities.

Our Agency:
Egyptian Health Department has been serving the citizens of Southern Illinois since 1952. We are COA accredited and a leading agency in Southern Illinois. We are team oriented and a fast growing agency.

The Position:
We are seeking a full-time Mental Health Therapist for our Eldorado office.

  • This position requires a Master's Degree in a Human Service field.
Duties:
  • Counseling Services
  • Treatment team meetings
  • Care Coordination
  • Case Management

The Benefits:
Salary is based on education and experience. Excellent benefit package including:

  • Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund
  • Group Health Insurance
  • Vacation Days
  • Sick Time
  • Personal Day
  • 15 Paid Holidays
  • 35-hour work week
  • Great work environment
  • National Health Service Corp (NHSC) approved site

To Apply:
Apply on our website at www.egyptian.org under jobs. Send resume and three letters of reference to Tammy Karnes, tkarnes@egyptian.org. Deadline for applications will be February 11, 2022.


POSTED: December 17, 2021
THERAPIST (Youth & Family) – Clinical Services – Requisition #THERA004272
Children’s Home and Aid
Marion, IL 62959

Description
Children’s Home & Aid invites you to join our team of mission-driven staff who share a common vision: an equitable world where all children and families thrive in strong communities. As a leading child and family service agency with more than 20 locations across Illinois, our mission is to advance the well-being of children by investing in families to disrupt the systemic and multi-generational cycle of racial, social and economic inequality.

Our full-time staff receive competitive salaries and a generous benefits package, including a paid leave accrual rate that starts at two weeks annually and grows to more than five weeks of paid time off each year. We strive to hold ourselves and each other accountable for fostering an inclusive work culture where we can be our authentic selves, where we create and have equitable opportunities, and where our voices are supported and encouraged.

The Adoption Support & Preservation Program provides telehealth and in-home services to families with children who have been adopted or for whom guardianship has been awarded through the Illinois Department of Children & Family Services. As a Therapist in the Adoption Support & Preservation Program you will provide intensive individual, family, and group therapy, case management, advocacy, and crisis intervention, all with a goal of preserving and strengthening families.

Staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and to submit proof of their vaccination status before their start date unless they have an agency approved medical or religious exemption. Staff with an exemption will need to provide proof of weekly testing.

What you’ll do:

  • Meet with children (birth-18 years) and their families, providing trauma-informed, attachment-focused clinical interventions targeting individualized, collaboratively developed treatment plan goals.
  • Offer families telehealth and/or in-person services, depending on preference, need, and location.
  • Coordinate services with other relevant providers and develop appropriate referral plans.
  • Complete thorough and timely documentation, including assessment and service notes, using a web-based client services platform.

Who you are:

  • You have at least a Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling, or a closely related field.
  • You have a valid Illinois clinical license (LCSW, LCPC, LMFT) or are licensure eligible.
  • You have experience with an evidence-based or evidence-informed treatment modality, such as Theraplay, the ARC framework, or other trauma-informed practice.
  • You are able to meet with families in their homes, and you have a valid driver's license, insurance, and a reliable vehicle.
  • You are an intuitive, nonjudgmental listener who easily builds relationships built on respect, trust and positive regard.
  • You are warm, flexible, and hold a strong belief that generational trauma can be healed through counseling.
  • You are detail-driven, highly organized, and enjoy working autonomously but are also excited by big-picture outcomes and the opportunity to innovate and collaborate with a team to reach shared goals.
  • You are looking for reflective, clinical supervision and opportunities for growth and training in your field.

The details:

  • Location: Hybrid (remote/community-based). Therapy provided via telehealth or in-home in Southeastern Illinois locations. Therapists work from home/preferred remote location during telehealth services and when not attending in-home visits.
  • Schedule: Full-time, salaried; general business hours with some flexibility for evening appointments as needed to accommodate client schedules. Therapists participate in an on-call rotation to respond to after-hours crisis calls.
  • Salary: Range starts at $44,000 for licensed Therapists and $37,000 for licensure-eligible Therapists; offers are commensurate with experience.
  • Clinical licensure: Licensure-eligible therapists receive weekly clinical supervision towards licensure, and reimbursement of clinical exam registration fees.
  • Noncash benefits: Medical/dental/vision insurance, paid time off plus 11 paid holidays, supplemental insurance options, 401(k) with match (more benefits details here).

Where you work matters.

You’re considering a new position, so no one knows better than you that where you work matters. We believe that by building diverse teams of passionate advocates for youth and families, we can continue to show up for Illinois families, putting those families at the center of every decision, and strengthening the communities where we all work, play, and live together. (More about who we are here.)

We invite you to become an active member of a team that supports, inspires, and challenges each other, and grow your career in an organization that celebrates emerging leaders and provides development and training opportunities aligned with your individual goals and aspirations. If you are looking for an opportunity to do meaningful work, including raising your voice to disrupt the status quo, we encourage you to apply today.

Qualifications

Education: Required - Masters or better in Social Work or related field.
Licenses & Certifications: Preferred: LCSW – LCPC

APPLY HERE


POSTED: November 15, 2021
CENTERSTONE
618-937-6483 EXT 03-7713
Cristina.Waddell@centerstone.org

At Centerstone, our mission is delivering care that changes people’s lives. For over 60 years, Centerstone has been providing community-based behavioral healthcare, substance-abuse treatment and therapeutic foster care services across the U.S. We’re committed to bringing passionate and customer experience-focused individuals to help us continue to provide the best care to our communities. If you think you’re a good match to join our organization, please review the career opportunity below and submit your application. We look forward to hearing from you!

Job Description:

Provides day to day supervision and living skills instruction for the residents and carries out duties as assigned by the Site Supervisor or Program Coordinator at a 24/7 facility. This includes providing training and support for residents to help them attain maximum independence and maintenance of appropriate documentation. A TLP Advisor is required to use independent judgment (or works under the direction of supervisor) when performing job tasks/providing services. As part of Centerstone’s team-oriented philosophy, a TLP Advisor is expected to actively participate in variety of cross-functional teams and performance improvement initiatives. Join our team of professionals in Delivering Care That Changes People's Lives.

Requires: Bachelor’s degree in human services (social work, juvenile justice, etc.) or related field with some specific course work (e.g., psychology, education, social work, rehabilitation, sociology, special education, and therapeutic recreation) required OR Associates Degree plus one year of mental health experience. TB testing also required. Position requires experience working with the public or a demonstrated interest to work with different population. Per funding source must be at least 21 years of age. Work with target populations, human service work, crisis intervention work preferred. Must obtain CPR/First Aid certification and pass required training within 90 days probationary period, and maintain thereafter. Salary based on qualifications and experience. Requires a drivers license and successful completion of background checks, good driving record, and ability to utilize computer/electronic systems.

Additional questions can be directed to cristina.waddell@centerstone.org.

Currently accepting applications.

Time Type:

Full time

Delivering Care that Changes People's Lives starts with our employees. As a Centerstone employee there are many perks to enjoy. Below are just some of the great benefits you might be eligible for with Centerstone.

Health & Wellness

  • Medical Coverage
  • Dental Coverage
  • Vision Coverage
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Health Savings Account
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability - Company Paid
  • Wellness Programs - Company Paid

Financial Wellbeing

  • Competitive Compensation Packages
  • Life Insurance - Company Paid
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance - Company Paid
  • 403b Retirement Plan with Company Funded Matching
  • Retirement and Financial Planning Services
  • Employee Discounts including Dell Computers, Verizon Wireless, Liberty Mutual, Costco, and Enterprise Rent-a-Car
  • Loan Forgiveness options through federal programs (National Health Service Corps & Public Service Loan Forgiveness)

Career Development and Growth

  • At Centerstone training is one of our highest priorities. We provide company paid professional training for various skills, certifications, and continuing education
  • Opportunities for growth and movement - We encourage our employees to consider new growth opportunities with us and have a 5 state footprint for those looking to relocate geographically
  • Centerstone Research Institute and Center for Clinical Excellence teach provide staff with industry best practices and processes

Work Life Balance

  • Paid Time Off - Generous PTO for Vacations, Illness, Personal Days, Etc. (Paid Holidays)
  • Flexible Work Schedules to promote a Healthy Work Life Balance
  • Employee Assistance Program - assists employees with personal problems and/or work-related problems that may impact their job performance, health, mental and emotional well-being

Centerstone is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, or protected veteran status.

At Centerstone, we use our values as a guide for what we do. Respect, Expertise, Integrity and Empowerment are at the heart of every interaction at Centerstone, and particularly rooted in our beliefs toward diversity and inclusion.

Our approach to diversity is simple—it’s about embracing everyone. Together, we continue to develop an inclusive culture that encourages, supports and celebrates the diverse voices and experiences of our employees. It powers our innovation and connects us closer to each other, to our clients and the communities we serve. We strive to create a workplace that reflects the growing world around us, and where everyone feels empowered, safe and welcomed.

For more information on Centerstone Careers

APPLY


POSTED: November 10, 2021
POSITION TITLE: Mental Health Coordinator
Deadline to Apply: 11/29/2021 (Extended Deadline) 
Job Category: Administrative/Professional
Department: Student Health Services-SIUC
College: VC Student Affairs-SIUC
Months of Appointment: 12

Position Summary:

The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Student Health Services (SHS) at SIU Carbondale is seeking applications for a Mental Health Coordinator (CAPS in Housing) position. CAPS in Housing offers students expanded access to mental health treatment by offering evening and weekend appointments. This position includes evening and weekend hours. CAPS maintains an APA accredited pre-doctoral internship and provides comprehensive mental health services to diverse students of a large state university. This is a 12 month, full-time term appointment. Compensation includes a comprehensive benefits package, professional liability coverage, and salary commensurate with experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:

This position will provide counseling therapy, stress management, and suicidal, homicidal assessment and evaluation to students.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Earned master’s degree in clinical, counseling, or educational psychology from an APA or CPA accredited program, or an earned master’s degree in social work from a CSWE accredited program, or an earned master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from a CORE accredited program.
  • Registration as a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) or licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in the state of Illinois or eligible for licensure in Illinois based on reciprocity in another state.

Required Documents:

Cover Letter, Curriculum Vitae, Professional Licenses, Transcripts

Contact: Donald Howard
Contact Email: donh@siu.edu
Contact Phone: 618-453-4446

Security/Safety Sensitive: Security sensitive (subject to pre-employment criminal background investigation)

APPLY HERE


POSTED: November 9, 2021
POSITION TITLE: Social Worker 2

Iowa Department of Human Services
Glenwood Resource Center

711 S. Vine St.
Glenwood, IA 51534
713-525-1275

See attached IDHS position description for more information (PDF)»


POSTED: October 25, 2021

Land of Lincoln Legal Aid
Case Worker—Housing Advocacy

Land of Lincoln Legal Aid, Inc. is seeking case workers in its Client Support Services Program. One position is open in each of the five regional offices (Alton, Carbondale, Champaign, East St. Louis and Springfield). The position is dedicated to preventing homelessness and ensuring safety and stability of Illinoisans during the pandemic. Land of Lincoln Legal Aid provides free civil legal services to low-income individuals in 65 counties in Illinois. We are committed to working for justice with those whose voices might otherwise not be heard; to empower individuals to advocate for themselves; and to make positive changes in the communities we serve. Our attorneys provide holistic legal advocacy in partnership with community organizations, social service agencies, and faith-based groups.

The case worker will work in an interdisciplinary manner with attorneys to provide case management services to housing clients. The case worker is supervised by a Managing Attorney and receive training and support from within the Client Support Services Program. The position also requires active participation in regular staff meetings, housing task force meetings and program development activities as needed.

Responsibilities include:

  • Conduct interviews with clients to assess services needed and impact provided.
  • Work with attorneys to develop appropriate strategies and case management for clients
  • Work with clients to utilize all available resources to try and achieve successful outcomes in their case
  • Attend court proceedings to stay informed of case status and to assist attorneys and clients as needed
  • Research social service issues impacting clients as needed
  • Build relationships with community partners and actively participate in outreach and education
  • Make appropriate referrals to outside agencies and coordinate with agencies to ensure client stability
  • Maintain regional community resource library
  • Participate in weekly Client Support Service meetings with other Case Workers and share resources and knowledge across regional offices
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • B.S. in Social Work or equivalent experience; preference for M.S.W. applicants
  • Strong commitment to social and racial justice
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and work with people of diverse social, economic, and racial/ethnic backgrounds
  • Attention to detail, as well as excellent verbal, interpersonal, analytical, writing, and organization skills
  • Highly motivated and demonstrated ability to work independently as well as part of a team

Special Working Conditions and Demands:

  • Applicants must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and car insurance
  • Applicants must have reliable internet to participate in videoconferencing

Compensation:

$37, 500+ (depending on experience and education). Excellent insurance and retirement benefits.

Please send a cover letter, resume, and specify in subject line which office location(s) you are interested in (Alton, Carbondale, Champaign, East St. Louis or Springfield) to: hr@lincolnlegal.org

Land of Lincoln is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women, LBGTQIA+, and gender non-conforming applicants.


POSTED: October 4, 2021

Amy Schulz Child Advocacy Center
500 Fairfield Rd.

Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
618-244-2100

POSITION TITLE: Advocate/Caseworker

SUPERVISOR: Executive Director

BASIC FUNCTIONS:

Advocates are assigned to victims of child sexual, physical abuse or those who have witnessed trauma and their non-offending family members to provide support and act in the child's best interest during the investigation, criminal and juvenile justice hearings and make referrals for therapy and other support services.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist with Victim Sensitive Interviews (Includes some after hours and weekend emergencies)
  • Contact and follow up with victims and families during investigative process
  • Provides ongoing support to victims and families
  • Accompanies the victim and family to legal hearings, medical and counseling appointment and provides transportation if necessary
  • Complete client Paperwork and Maintain client files
  • Client Referrals
  • Frequently attend and actively participate in Multidisciplinary Team meetings and Community Networking
  • Assist in Agency Fundraising Events (Includes some after hours and weekend events)

SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Knowledge of and sensitivity to family systems and child victims
  • Knowledge of the family dynamics of child sexual and physical abuse
  • Networking skills and knowledge of resources
  • Ability to work within the child welfare, criminal and juvenile justice systems
  • Ability to connect and interact with Law Enforcement, States Attorneys, Department of Children and Family Services and all other Team Members

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION REQUIRED:

A bachelor's degree in Social Work or related human service field preferred and a minimum of 2 years child welfare experience, may be negotiable.