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Serving individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities since 1981.

  • Paid on the job training
  • Flexible work hours (part time)
  • Flexible locations (part time)
  • Feel good about what you do
  • Gain valuable experience

Community Support Services (CSS) is a private, nonprofit that provides services for children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Common diagnoses include Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy.  We also support their families.

As an employee, you will help to strengthen their independence, self-esteem, and ability to participate in community life. Your work will help our participants recognize their own abilities and envision a brighter future. Families rank their satisfaction with our services at 95% or above, and as a staff member; you will become a key component of this important work.

Open Positions

Please contact the Human Resources department to inquire about current position openings at, 708-354-4547 ext. 170, or at jobs@CSSservices.org.

Click a open Position for descriptions and requirements:

Positions Available -
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CILA Direct Support Professional

Part time Monday-Wednesday 3p-11p

Job Description

CSS is a private not-for-profit social/human services agency that initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.

CSS is seeking a dedicated individual to join our team as a part-time, Direct Support Professionals (DSP) working with adults diagnosed with intellectual disabilities residing in the community. As a DSP you would assist the individuals with achieving their individualize goals in the areas of activities of daily living skills, community integration, economic independence and other areas outlined in the Individual Service Plan (ISP).

  1. Advocates, explains and protects the rights of the individuals and their families.  
  2. Participates as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team, providing ongoing feedback to Service Coordinator, Program Director, Behavior Analyst, Nurse, etc., regarding individuals’ behavior, health, well-being and other pertinent information.  
  3. Assists in the development and implementation of the program participant’s Individual Service Plan and Behavior Support Plan to improve social, economic, cultural, health, and personal care skills; participates in team meetings, including staffings/IDT meetings.  
  4. Provides all necessary direct services based on individuals’ needs, in the home and/or community, including, but not limited to:  activities of daily living, personal care, toileting, bathing, grooming, eating, meal planning, grocery shopping, financial management, recreational activity planning, employment, household safety and maintenance, etc.  
  5. Provides companionship and assists individuals to develop community supports, fostering relationships with non-paid persons in the community, e.g. family members, neighbors, volunteers, landlords, etc.  
  6. Provides assistance with medical needs, medication administration (if appropriate), and maintenance of health and dental care.  
  7. Provides support and problem solving assistance on an ongoing basis and at times of crisis.  
  8. Provides transportation services, including transportation training, as needed.  
  9. Maintains positive interactions with individuals, family/guardians and co-workers.  
  10. Develop, follow, and/or implement individuals’ in-home and community activity schedule.  
  11. Be familiar with agency safety and fire procedures; conduct drills as required.
  12. Maintain Universal Precautions at all times.  
  13. Attend staff meetings and training sessions as scheduled.

Job Requirements

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Position requires the employee to have access to a motor vehicle, to have a valid driver’s license, to provide a current certificate of automobile insurance, and to transport individuals as needed.
  • Completion of DSP certification training within 120 days of hire.
  • Prefer applicants with at least one year of experience working directly with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Schedule: Evenings

Monday 3:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Tuesday 3:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Wednesday 3:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

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CILA Direct Support Professional 2nd & 3rd Shift Back End

Wednesday-Sunday

Job Description

CSS is a private not-for-profit social/human services agency that initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.

CSS is seeking a dedicated individual to join our team as a part-time, Direct Support Professionals (DSP) working with adults diagnosed with intellectual disabilities residing in the community. As a DSP you would assist the individuals with achieving their individualize goals in the areas of activities of daily living skills, community integration, economic independence and other areas outlined in the Individual Service Plan (ISP).

  1. Advocates, explains and protects the rights of the individuals and their families.  
  2. Participates as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team, providing ongoing feedback to Service Coordinator, Program Director, Behavior Analyst, Nurse, etc., regarding individuals’ behavior, health, well-being and other pertinent information.  
  3. Assists in the development and implementation of the program participant’s Individual Service Plan and Behavior Support Plan to improve social, economic, cultural, health, and personal care skills; participates in team meetings, including staffings/IDT meetings.  
  4. Provides all necessary direct services based on individuals’ needs, in the home and/or community, including, but not limited to:  activities of daily living, personal care, toileting, bathing, grooming, eating, meal planning, grocery shopping, financial management, recreational activity planning, employment, household safety and maintenance, etc.  
  5. Provides companionship and assists individuals to develop community supports, fostering relationships with non-paid persons in the community, e.g. family members, neighbors, volunteers, landlords, etc.  
  6. Provides assistance with medical needs, medication administration (if appropriate), and maintenance of health and dental care.  
  7. Provides support and problem solving assistance on an ongoing basis and at times of crisis.  
  8. Provides transportation services, including transportation training, as needed.  
  9. Maintains positive interactions with individuals, family/guardians and co-workers.  
  10. Develop, follow, and/or implement individuals’ in-home and community activity schedule.  
  11. Be familiar with agency safety and fire procedures; conduct drills as required.
  12. Maintain Universal Precautions at all times.  
  13. Attend staff meetings and training sessions as scheduled.

Job Requirements

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Position requires the employee to have access to a motor vehicle, to have a valid driver’s license, to provide a current certificate of automobile insurance, and to transport individuals as needed.
  • Completion of DSP certification training within 120 days of hire.
  • Prefer applicants with at least one year of experience working directly with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Schedule: Evenings and weekends.


WEEK 1: 81 HOURS

Wednesday 2:30- p.m.-12:00 a.m.

Thursday: 12:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

Thursday 2:30- p.m.-12:00 a.m.

Friday 12:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

Friday 2:30- p.m.-9:30 a.m.

Saturday 2:30- p.m.-12:00 a.m.

Sunday 12:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

WEEK 2: 62 HOURS

Thursday 2:30- p.m.-12:00 a.m.

Friday 12:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

Friday 2:30- p.m.-9:30 a.m.

Saturday 12:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Sunday 12:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

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CILA Direct Support Professional Part Time

Saturdays and Sundays - 7:00 p.m.-7:00 a.m.

Job Description

CSS is a private not-for-profit social/human services agency that initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.

CSS is seeking a dedicated individual to join our team as a part-time, Direct Support Professionals (DSP) working with adults diagnosed with intellectual disabilities residing in the community. As a DSP you would assist the individuals with achieving their individualize goals in the areas of activities of daily living skills, community integration, economic independence and other areas outlined in the Individual Service Plan (ISP).

  1. Advocates, explains and protects the rights of the individuals and their families.  
  2. Participates as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team, providing ongoing feedback to Service Coordinator, Program Director, Behavior Analyst, Nurse, etc., regarding individuals’ behavior, health, well-being and other pertinent information.  
  3. Assists in the development and implementation of the program participant’s Individual Service Plan and Behavior Support Plan to improve social, economic, cultural, health, and personal care skills; participates in team meetings, including staffings/IDT meetings.  
  4. Provides all necessary direct services based on individuals’ needs, in the home and/or community, including, but not limited to:  activities of daily living, personal care, toileting, bathing, grooming, eating, meal planning, grocery shopping, financial management, recreational activity planning, employment, household safety and maintenance, etc.  
  5. Provides companionship and assists individuals to develop community supports, fostering relationships with non-paid persons in the community, e.g. family members, neighbors, volunteers, landlords, etc.  
  6. Provides assistance with medical needs, medication administration (if appropriate), and maintenance of health and dental care.  
  7. Provides support and problem solving assistance on an ongoing basis and at times of crisis.  
  8. Provides transportation services, including transportation training, as needed.  
  9. Maintains positive interactions with individuals, family/guardians and co-workers.  
  10. Develop, follow, and/or implement individuals’ in-home and community activity schedule.  
  11. Be familiar with agency safety and fire procedures; conduct drills as required.
  12. Maintain Universal Precautions at all times.  
  13. Attend staff meetings and training sessions as scheduled.

Job Requirements

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Position requires the employee to have access to a motor vehicle, to have a valid driver’s license, to provide a current certificate of automobile insurance, and to transport individuals as needed.
  • Completion of DSP certification training within 120 days of hire.
  • Prefer applicants with at least one year of experience working directly with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Schedule: Evenings and weekends.

Saturday 7:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.
Sunday 7:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.

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CILA Direct Support Professional Part Time

Saturdays and Sundays - 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.

Job Description

CSS is a private not-for-profit social/human services agency that initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.

CSS is seeking a dedicated individual to join our team as a part-time, Direct Support Professionals (DSP) working with adults diagnosed with intellectual disabilities residing in the community. As a DSP you would assist the individuals with achieving their individualize goals in the areas of activities of daily living skills, community integration, economic independence and other areas outlined in the Individual Service Plan (ISP).

  1. Advocates, explains and protects the rights of the individuals and their families.  
  2. Participates as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team, providing ongoing feedback to Service Coordinator, Program Director, Behavior Analyst, Nurse, etc., regarding individuals’ behavior, health, well-being and other pertinent information.  
  3. Assists in the development and implementation of the program participant’s Individual Service Plan and Behavior Support Plan to improve social, economic, cultural, health, and personal care skills; participates in team meetings, including staffings/IDT meetings.  
  4. Provides all necessary direct services based on individuals’ needs, in the home and/or community, including, but not limited to:  activities of daily living, personal care, toileting, bathing, grooming, eating, meal planning, grocery shopping, financial management, recreational activity planning, employment, household safety and maintenance, etc.  
  5. Provides companionship and assists individuals to develop community supports, fostering relationships with non-paid persons in the community, e.g. family members, neighbors, volunteers, landlords, etc.  
  6. Provides assistance with medical needs, medication administration (if appropriate), and maintenance of health and dental care.  
  7. Provides support and problem solving assistance on an ongoing basis and at times of crisis.  
  8. Provides transportation services, including transportation training, as needed.  
  9. Maintains positive interactions with individuals, family/guardians and co-workers.  
  10. Develop, follow, and/or implement individuals’ in-home and community activity schedule.  
  11. Be familiar with agency safety and fire procedures; conduct drills as required.
  12. Maintain Universal Precautions at all times.  
  13. Attend staff meetings and training sessions as scheduled.

Job Requirements

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Position requires the employee to have access to a motor vehicle, to have a valid driver’s license, to provide a current certificate of automobile insurance, and to transport individuals as needed.
  • Completion of DSP certification training within 120 days of hire.
  • Prefer applicants with at least one year of experience working directly with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Schedule: Evenings and weekends.

Saturday 7:00a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Sunday 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

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Nurse/Nurse Trainer

Job Summary:

Under direction of the Director of Adult Services, the Nurse/Nurse Trainer is responsible for ensuring the delivery of medication and other health related services and supports for individuals with developmental disabilities in Residential/Independent Living Programs.  Medication management and health maintenance in accordance with DHS rules is mandatory. The outcomes of these services and supports are intended to maintain and improve the individuals’ general health, functioning and self-esteem, and to promote their independence and integration in community life.

Duties & Responsibilities:

1.      Provide Medication Administration Training for all staff members who are employed in the Residential (CILA) and Independent Living Programs as required.

2.      Be available on an On Call basis for Medication Administration and health consultation for DSPs and other On Call Staff. 

3.      Provide on-going retraining for staff regarding any and all medications changes.

4.      Complete annual Nursing Assessments on all individuals in the Program(s).

5.      Complete Self Administration of Medication Assessment(SAMA) on all individuals initially and annually thereafter.

6.      Ensure all medication orders are promptly and accurately communicated to the pharmacies, to the sites, and to staff who are administering the medications. 

7.      Ensure that all prescribed (including over-the-counter)medications are at the sites and are being accurately administered.

8.      Complete weekly MAR checks.

9.      Maintain accurate documentation of physicians’ orders,including telephone orders.

10.   Maintain accurate records of controlled medications.

11.  Oversee that all medical, dental and vision examinations are current.

12.  Participate in the interdisciplinary process by contributing to the establishment of a healthcare goal for each individual, at the time of their Service Plan.

13.  Be pro-active in the recommendation of medication changes,as needed.

14.  Recommend Occupational and/or Physical therapies as needed.

15.  Refer individuals to specialists, as needed.

16.  Communicate regularly with the Service Coordinator/QIDP regarding the individuals on their caseload.

17.  Facilitate psychiatric appointments for all individuals in the Program(s).

18.  Ensure completion of Tardive Dyskinesia Screenings on all individuals taking psychotropic medications per regulations.

19.  Assess medication administration, including observing and reporting effects and side effects of prescribed medication.

20.  Review Medication Error Reports, document per DHS standards,and re-train staff accordingly.

21.  Ensure prescribed treatments are completed as needed.

22.  Order equipment and/or supplies as needed.

 

Documentation and Record Keeping:                                    

1. Maintain on-going Health Record for health related issues on each individual.

2. Maintain the confidentiality of the individuals’ records. 

3. Complete Medication Error Report as required by DHS.

4. Maintain record keeping functions, including time sheets, time-off requests, according to agency policies, procedures, and directions.

Other Responsibilities:

1.      Participate on the Behavior Management Committee, Health and Safety Committee, and/or Human Rights Committee as appropriate. 

2.      Attend staff meetings and other meetings as requested. 

3.      Ensure all training compliance for self and staff. 

4.      Follow agency’s confidentiality, privacy, and code of ethics policies.

5.      Perform related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Required Education:

Minimum of an Associate degree in Nursing.  Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

Certification by the Illinois Department of Human Services as a Nurse-Trainer.

 

Required Experience:

Minimum of two year of clinical nursing experience.

Must maintain current registration (i.e., RN) with the State of Illinois, Department of Professional Regulation.

Knowledge of the healthcare delivery system in terms of spectrum of necessary and available specialists.

Minimum of one year of experience in staff supervision.   

Background working with people with developmental disabilities.

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CILA Direct Support Professional-Full Time

Monday-Friday 11p-7a

Job Description

CSS is a private not-for-profit social/human services agency that initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.

CSS is seeking a dedicated individuals to join our team as a Full-time, Direct Support Professional (DSP) working with adults diagnosed with intellectual disabilities residing in the community. As a DSP, you would assist the individuals with achieving their individualize goals in the areas of activities of daily living skills, community integration, medication management, economic independence and other areas outlined in the Individual Service Plan (ISP).

Specific Duties:

  1. Advocates, explains and protects the rights of individuals and their families.
  2. Assists in the implementation of the program individual’s individual service plan by providing direct service to the program individual and their family.
  3. Assists program individuals to develop community supports, fostering relationships with non-paid persons in the community, e.g. family members, neighbors, volunteers, and landlords.
  4. Provides training to program individuals in daily living (cleaning their home, dental care, hygiene), employment, recreation, that promotes independence, productivity and integration.
  5. Assists program individuals in money management, including applying and maintaining financial entitlements.
  6. Provides supportive counseling and problem solving assistance on an ongoing basis and at times of crisis.
  7. Provides transportation services and training in how to use public transportation to program individuals.
  8. Provides training and assistance to program individuals on maintaining their health and dental care, and other life safety issues (fire safety, self-preservation, etc.).
  9. Provides program individuals with companionship.
  10. Assists program individuals with their medication needs and monitors for any side effects.
  11. Participates on community support team in identifying and addressing gaps in service provision, and ongoing exploration of improvements in how services are provided.

Requirements

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Position requires the employee to have access to a motor vehicle, to have a valid driver’s license, to provide a current certificate of automobile insurance, and to transport individuals as needed.
  • Completion of DSP certification training within 120 days of hire.
  • Prefer applicants with at least one year of experience working directly with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Shift:

Monday – Friday 11 p.m.- 7 a.m.

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Counselor

Full Time

Job Summary

 

Under the general direction of the Vice President of Clinical Programs the Counselor is responsible for providing psychotherapy/counseling services to meet the clinical needs of individuals enrolled in programming.   The outcomes of these services and supports are intended to improve theindividuals’ functioning, self-esteem, ability to live independently in a safe and healthy home environment.

 

Duties & Responsibilities

 

Billing Expectation:

1.     The Counselor is expected to produce 110 billable hours per month,for a total of 1320 annually.  Billable hours are those authorized by Department of Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities aspsychotherapy/counseling services.

 

Documentation and Record Keeping:      

1.     Document counseling sessions and all related materials according to DHS regulations and timelines.

2.    Maintain the confidentiality of the individuals’ records.

3.    Complete all billing in Medisked Connect as scheduled.

 

Program Implementation:

  1. Conduct individual and/or group counseling sessions for clients on caseload and complete documentation.
  2. Assess clients in crisis to determine next steps (i.e. hospitalization, no harm contract, follow up phone call, etc.)
  3. Open new clients to counseling services as needed.  Speak with coordinators about the reasons counseling is being requested, both current and past history.  Obtain recent ISP, Psychological and face sheet for file.
  4. Participate in special staffings for counseling clients as needed.
  5. Participate in CILA home meetings to discuss progress of clients.
  6. Attend monthly behavior committee meetings to discuss client behavior issues.
  7. Communicate necessary information regarding client situations to program staff including Service coordinators, Nurse, BCBA, program managers.
  8. Participate in counseling client ISP meetings.
  9. Complete Incident Reports as needed.
  10. Follows agency procedure for reporting Incidents of Abuse and Neglect to OIG.

 

Required Education:

Master’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling or other related degree, approved by Department of Human Services and eligible for clinical licensure.

 

Required Experience:

LCPC or LCSW required.

 

Desirable Experience:

  1. Minimum of one year’s experience working with people with developmental disabilities.
  2. Previous experience as a Service Coordinator/QIDP.

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Community Day Services Direct Support Professional

Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. -3:30: p.m.

Job Summary:

Under the direction of a Program Manager or Service Coordinator, the Direct Support Professional is responsible for providing community-based services and supports for individuals with developmental disabilities.  The outcomes of these services and supports are intended to improve the individual’s functioning and self-esteem, and to promote their independence, productivity, and integration in community life.

Duties &Responsibilities:

 

General:  

  1. Advocates, explains and protects the rights of individuals.
  1. Participates as a member of the community support team.
  1. Assists in the implementation of the program individual’s individual service plan by providing direct service to the program individual.
  1. Provides direct service in the natural environment or in other facilities, such as state-operated facilities, convalescent care facilities, community hospitals or rehabilitation facilities, as assigned.
  1. Assists program individuals to develop community supports, fostering relationships with non-paid persons in the community, e.g. family members, neighbors, volunteers, and landlords.
  1. Provides training to program individuals in daily living, employment, recreation, that promotes independence, productivity and integration.
  1. Encourage participants in the mastery of their goals from their individual service plans.
  1.  Aid in the development and implementation of personal plans to improve social, economic, cultural, health, and personal     care skills.
  1. Document participant’s goals and progress through the use of Medisked Connect.
  1. Participate monthly meetings and complete required training including QBS Safety Care, First Aid, and CPR.
  1. Follow agency policies/procedures and government regulations for the programs.
  1. Provide individualized on-the-job training.
  2. Provide support for individuals in dealing with co-workers and supervisors.
  3. Assist in developing natural supports on the job.
  4. Provide remedial skill training as necessary.

 

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CILA Direct Support Professional

Monday – Friday 3 p.m.-11 p.m.

Job Description

CSS is a private not-for-profit social/human services agency that initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.

CSS is seeking a dedicated individuals to join our team as a Full-time, Direct Support Professional (DSP) working with adults diagnosed with intellectual disabilities residing in the community. As a DSP, you would assist the individuals with achieving their individualize goals in the areas of activities of daily living skills, community integration, medication management, economic independence and other areas outlined in the Individual Service Plan (ISP).

Specific Duties:

  1. Advocates, explains and protects the rights of individuals and their families.
  2. Assists in the implementation of the program individual’s individual service plan by providing direct service to the program individual and their family.
  3. Assists program individuals to develop community supports, fostering relationships with non-paid persons in the community, e.g. family members, neighbors, volunteers, and landlords.
  4. Provides training to program individuals in daily living (cleaning their home, dental care, hygiene), employment, recreation, that promotes independence, productivity and integration.
  5. Assists program individuals in money management, including applying and maintaining financial entitlements.
  6. Provides supportive counseling and problem solving assistance on an ongoing basis and at times of crisis.
  7. Provides transportation services and training in how to use public transportation to program individuals.
  8. Provides training and assistance to program individuals on maintaining their health and dental care, and other life safety issues (fire safety, self-preservation, etc.).
  9. Provides program individuals with companionship.
  10. Assists program individuals with their medication needs and monitors for any side effects.
  11. Participates on community support team in identifying and addressing gaps in service provision, and ongoing exploration of improvements in how services are provided.

Requirements

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Position requires the employee to have access to a motor vehicle, to have a valid driver’s license, to provide a current certificate of automobile insurance, and to transport individuals as needed.
  • Completion of DSP certification training within 120 days of hire.
  • Prefer applicants with at least one year of experience working directly with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.

Shift:

Monday – Friday  3:00 p.m. -11:00 p.m.

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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

CSS is a private not-for-profit social/human services agency that initiates, provides and promotes services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self-esteem and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.

We are seeking a passionate, creative, full time Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to join our team .Responsibilities are focused on developing and facilitating programming for an assigned caseload.

Job responsibilities include:

  • Conduct functional assessments.
  • Develop Behavioral Support Plans.
  • Responsible for timely clinical documentation.
  • Develop communication tools and individualized behavioral supports.
  • Train agency staff and and family members on behavioral plan.
  • Facilitate ongoing data collection and data analysis.
  • Generate Monthly Behavioral Summary reports.
  • Serve on the agency's Behavior Committee.
  • Attend Team and Service Plan meetings.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include some nights and weekends.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements

  • Masters Degree in related social service field required.
  • Minimum 1 year work experience with people who have developmentally disabilities.
  • BCBA certification, or eligible for certification, required.
  • Ability to bill under the Medicaid waiver (Level 1 or Level 2) and or private insurance.
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of DHS and CARF standards.
  • Valid Illinois driver’s license in good standing.
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WHY OUR EMPLOYEES ARE HAPPY



"I work with many different individuals and I feel like a part of each one of of their families."

- Carolyn L., DSP since 2001


"I love my job because I get to see the smiles on the individuals faces when they do something that they thought they could never do. I enjoy watching them become more independent and confident."

-Ellie R., DSP since 2005




"Going to the movies with Alex makes
me feel like a kid again."

-Pat O., DSP since 2007

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