The Clinical Coordinator plays an integral role in managing the Clinical Department needs of The Douglas Center's day program. This position is responsible for overseeing the Clinical department and the needs of the Department’s employees, therapists and programs along with providing Case Management and support to the individuals we serve at The Douglas Center. This position reports directly to the CEO and is part of the management team that drives positive outcomes through strategic planning, employee performance, and organizational initiatives.
Bachelor's Degree or preferably a Master’s degree in Human Services related field (i.e. social work, psychology, etc.) a minimum of 1 year experience and in working with the Intellectual and developmentally disabled population.
Maintain a valid Illinois driver's license with a responsible driving record history.
Demonstrated experience (2 years or more) in an upper management or supervisory level position; preferably in a social service/non-profit related field.
Proficient in using Microsoft Office Suites (Word, Excel, Power-Point) and Internet.
QIDP Certified or the ability to qualify and successfully complete Qualified Intellectual and Developmental Professional (QIDP) training under DHS standards within 90 days of employment
Welcome to The Douglas Center!
The Douglas Center, a non-profit organization located in Skokie, Illinois, provides day programs for individuals with intellectual, developmental, physical and mental disabilities.
Through our Work Program we offer employment opportunities that include manufacturing, commercial/industrial sewing, packaging, assembly, shrink wrapping, labeling, heat sealing, ...fulfillment services, etc. by partnering with local manufacturers, businesses and individuals on work contracts/projects. Our center offers pre-vocational skills and work training (including sheltered workshops), Supported Employment program, “Art From The Heart” Creations program, “Young at Heart” Seniors program as well as developmental rehabilitation for adults of all ages.
The Douglas Center opened its doors in 1999. Today, we provide a home away from home for hard working and dedicated individuals. Our comprehensive programming, clinical services, training programs, employment opportunities and Seniors program are focused on assisting each individual in the management of their disabilities and building of self-esteem while developing and/or improving existing social, work and independent living skills. The Douglas Center serves individuals living with disabilities in the Chicago Metropolitan and suburban area.
The mission of The Douglas Center is to assist adults living with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities in improving their independent living skills and enrichment of their quality of life.