Looking to build your leadership talents while working with one of the most innovative services in mental health? Thresholds, Illinois’ oldest and largest provider of mental health services, is looking for a Team Leader for our Westmont youth service team. This growing team provides state-of-the-art services to youth and young adults who are experiencing a First Episode of psychosis, at risk for symptoms of psychosis, or have other serious mental health challenges. The Team Leader will provide clinical leadership for a multidisciplinary set of staff, including therapists, a vocational specialist, a peer specialist, and a prescriber. The team provides specialized assessment, care coordination, individual therapy and support, family psychoeducation and multi-family groups, psychopharmacology, employment/educational support, and community outreach and education, all based on the most up-to-date research. This is a unique opportunity to receive training in specialized treatment models, and to help further develop a nationally renowned team for youth. Find more about the services in this publication: https://www.pathwaysrtc.pdx.edu/focal-point-S1908.
The Team Leader will learn the evidence-based and evidence-supported models of care within a highly respected supervisory team, while then providing strong supervision to the service team. The successful candidate will have strong supervision and organizational skills, along with the ability to build excellent working relationships with the team, young people, and their families. LCPC, LCSW, or Psychologist license required. Must have a valid driver’s license and daily access to a reliable personal vehicle.
Internal Number: TEAML04060
Thresholds, named as one of Chicago’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For, provides more than 15,000 adults and youth with the skills and encouragement needed to live productive and fulfilling lives.
Consider being part of an organization that fosters collaboration between its staff and those we serve, our members, and where employees are recognized as invaluable assets who truly make a difference.
More than 75% of Thresholds’ services are delivered out in the community and include assertive outreach, case management, housing, employment, education, psychiatry, primary care and substance abuse treatment, as well as pioneering research at the Thresholds Research Institute.
Thresholds provides competitive wages and benefits, and excellent opportunities for career development and promotion.
Individuals with lived or shared experiences with mental illness are encouraged to apply.
Proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer: Disability/Veteran