Job Summary: Provides direct clinical diagnosis, treatment planning, and therapy to assigned clients and families; provide clinical consultation to other programs and staff as needed.
Essential Functions: Provides individual and group therapy to assigned clients and family; Performs timely and clinically sound diagnostic assessments, treatment plans, and therapeutic treatment methods in accordance with Armour procedures; Provides outreach services, per case plans, as clinically appropriate; Review case plans quarterly, and as required; Assists in marketing of Armour Program to possible referral sources; Participates in regular clinical consultation, and provides consultation to staff as needed; Provides crisis coverage for assigned cases for program per Armour guidelines; Ensure that clients are offered quality, professional services per directives of: Council on Accreditation, NASW Social Work Code of Ethics, the Team, and other recognized groups; Follows agency policies and procedures with respect to Program services and management; Meets billing requirements; maintains records and statistical reports, as required; Recommends psychiatric services for clients as appropriate; refers and consults with all parties; educates and assists client and family with medication management, coordinate collateral therapeutic services; Provides clinical training to staff In Armour or collateral program a minimum of twice per month. Attends hospitals and other staffing; Maintains job-specific/core competencies; actively participated in Continuous Quality Improvement initiatives and activities; other duties as assigned to fulfill the mission of the Department and of the Agency.
Qualifications: MA, AM, MSW, or ability to become clinically licensed in Illinois. Minimum three (3) years direct service experience with similar populations. Ability to maintain confidentiality; exercise discretion and use sound, independent judgment. Must have a perceptive awareness and responses of children, adolescents, and the capacity to work effectively with adults. Ability to work some evenings/weekends hours. Must meet and maintain Agency driving standards. Basic computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Word required. LCPC or LCSW required.
Why ChildServ? ChildServ in numbers:
We cover 80% of the medical insurance cost.
Since 2015, we have promoted over 24% of our staff.
86% of employees value the diverse backgrounds of ChildServ staff.
87% of employees value the cooperation and teamwork throughout the agency.
81% of employees report satisfaction with the flexibility ChildServ offers.
96% of our clients were satisfied.
23% of our employees are in management role.
Benefits & perks
Market competitive pay Medical, dental, vision, credit union 401k & Birthday Holiday Voluntary legal plan & Short-term Disability Veterans Day off with pay for our Veterans Voluntary AFLAC coverage Agency paid life insurance & additional voluntary life insurance 13 paid agency holidays Generous paid vacation days and sick days Flexible schedules Ability to work from home Employee referral bonus Ongoing training Wellness plan with fun challenges Employee of the Month program Agency wide holiday party Mileage reimbursement Laptop & Cell phone for mobile workers Casual dress for most office locations Paid Training for DCFS Licensure Paid Training for Early Childhood Programs
Mission- Building a better life for children at risk.
Vision-We will be an innovative, nimble leader in providing high-quality, effective services to support children, youth and communities in meeting the ever-changing challenges of society.