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JOB TITLE: Accountant (Part-Time)

PROGRAM: Administration

CONTACT PERSON: Debbie Shanahan

TELEPHONE #: 630-572-8228 x 307

AVAILABILITY: Immediate

DESCRIPTION: Part Time 20-24 hours per week to be completed within Monday thru Friday normal business work week.

Position is responsible for recording to ensure production of financial statements are issued in compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and meet requirements of contracts and funding sources.  Duties include general ledger, journal entries and audit schedules.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or business required.  
  • A minimum of one year’s experience in Accounting required. 
  • Familiarity with personal computer software and Accounting software required.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of modern accounting theories and practices, and finance, accounting, budgeting, and cost control procedures
  • Knowledge of standard and/or fund accounting principles, methods and applications
  • Knowledge of federal and state financial regulations; governmental accounting
  • Auditing principles and practices
  • Spreadsheet software skills to quantify and illustrate routine financial reports, comparisons, impacts, and/or projections
  • Account balancing and reconciling skills
  • Analytical and problem solving abilities
  • Ability to plan and organize work to meet operational deadlines
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Excellent customer service skills for interacting with client and funding sources

Posted September 14, 2018 

Women's Treatment Center

Executive Director

The Women's Treatment Center provides chemically-dependent women with a continuum of care, recovery tools, and parenting skills to maintain a sober lifestyle as they rebuild their lives and futures and mend the bonds with their families.   For more than 40 years, this social service agency has successfully expanded substance use disorder services.  We serve many individuals each year in our treatment, screening, and referral programs.   We are one of the few substance abuse programs in the nation that can accommodate children in residential treatment, making us particularly responsive to the needs of chemically dependent mothers. We are Joint Commission Accredited. 

Do you share our mission in providing treatment services in a truly unique setting? If so, then consider joining our team!

We have an opening to lead our executive team. The open position is for our Executive Director.

The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors, and will have overall strategic, operational, and leadership responsibility for The Women’s Treatment Center’s programs and staff and will be tasked with execution and expansion of its mission. The Executive Director will also be responsible for the financial well-being of the organization.

The Executive Director will be responsible to lead The Women’s Treatment Center, ensuring ongoing local programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and new program design. He/she will endeavor to achieve consistent quality of finance and administration, research, fundraising, communications, and systems, and recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve strategic goals.

The Executive Director will develop and lead the strategic business plan. He/she must be able to assess and use the organization’s resources to its fullest capacity and have an understanding of budget management and financial statements.

The Executive Director will have deep knowledge of the field, core programs, operations and business plans and must be an external local and statewide presence for TWTC.

The Executive Director will possess an understanding of Substance Abuse / Behavioral Health organizational structure models, including MCOs and Medicaid reimbursement, and general business knowledge.

The position offers benefits which include medical/dental/vision/life insurance, tuition reimbursement, 401K.

Requirements:

  • Experience: Minimum ten years of progressively responsible managerial supervisory experience in substance abuse treatment required.
  • Education: Master’s degree in administration, psychology, social work, MBA, or related field required
  • Certification/Licensure: CADC, LSW, LCSW, LPC, or LCPC preferred.

For consideration please send cover letter and resume to rnix@bhsconsulting.com, or fax to 630/572-0578. 

Posted September 24, 2018 

Pillars Community Health

Job Title: Financial Controller

FLSA Status: Exempt

Reports to: SVP of Finance and Chief Financial Officer

Position Location: 333 N. La Grange Road, La Grange Park, IL

Pillars Community Health is a nonprofit organization that serves more than 10,000 people annually and has a budget of more than $21 million.  Pillars Community Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center, Head Start agency, community mental health provider and provides an array of social services including domestic violence and sexual assault services. Please visit www.pchcares.org  to learn more.  

If you are interested and qualified in this position, please send your resume and cover letter to jobs@pillarscommunity.org

SUMMARY

The Controller will lead all day-to-day accounting operations and supervise a team of staff members, including functional oversight over cash flow, budgets, financial close, reporting to management. The Controller will maintain appropriate systems and procedures to support effective program implementation and conduct effective and efficient audits.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manages monthly accounting close process ensuring timeliness, accuracy and thoroughness. Implements segregation of duties and internal control.
  • Coordinates the annual budget development process, both operating and capital, working closely with program leadership and officers. Develops and communicates financial forecasts.
  • Manages preparation of the internal financial statements, prepares timely and relevant financial analysis, and provides financial reporting support for the CFO.
  • Reviews grant and contract documents for financial reporting guidelines and budget compliance.
  • Analyzes grant and contract related transactions recorded in the MIP accounting system.
  • Reviews, edits and transmits grant & contract related financial and expenditure transactions, and bills other government agencies/sponsors/grantors accordingly.
  • Assists with the preparation of Annual Financial Report.
  • Works with internal and external auditors during their reviews
  • Prepares various schedules and filings with local, state, and federal agencies.
  • Prepares invoice/billings and collection of funds for the support of restricted grant and contract expenditures.
  • Complies with federal and state rules and regulations (financial accounting and administrative – “Uniform Guidance”)
  • Prepares ad hoc reports requested by management and other agencies.
  • Assists in formulating procedures to assure compliance with grant and contract related accounting and financial reporting.
  • Audits, reconciles and processes transactions related to receipt and expenditures of grant and contract funds.
  • Coordinates with other departments within to ensure compliance.
  • Computes indirect cost rates and applies such rates as necessary to awards.
  • Assists program staff and grantees with financial, budgetary, and accounting questions related to grants and contracts.
  • Reviews expenditures to ensure compliance with Pillars Community Health policies as well as Federal and State rules and regulations.
  • Maintains accounting records in accordance with US GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) and
  • Prepares journal entries to accurately report receipt and expenditure of grant and contract revenue.
  • Maintains and utilizes knowledge of Federal Cost Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards as promulgated in OMB Circulars and Agency Guidelines as well as State of Illinois reporting requirements (GATA).
  • Supports the CFO with ad hoc projects as needed.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

Supervises the Director of Accounting, Budget Analyst, and the Head Start Grant Accounting Specialist.  Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.  Responsibilities include training and hiring staff; planning, assigning, and directing work; evaluating performance, providing coaching and development, addressing concerns and resolving problems, and managing employee timecards.

QUALIFICATIONS: 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill and or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with a disability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting required.  CPA preferred.
  • 7-10 years related professional experience required. Non-profit, health care or FQHC setting is preferable.
  • Excellent MS Office skills and well versed in MIP accounting software
  • Knowledge of computers with the ability to understand accounting systems, PC spreadsheets, and other financial data systems.
  • Ability and knowledge to assist program and other leadership in interpreting financial results of the Agency.
  • Ability to identify and implement process improvements.
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and unwavering commitment to Pillars Community Health’s mission; a proactive, hands-on strategic thinker who will own, in partnership with the CFO, the responsibility for finance.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication/presentation skills.
  • Possess interpersonal skills that excel in cultural sensitivity and respect for differences.

Posted September 19, 2018  

Trilogy Behavioral Health Care

Chicago, IL

President & CEO

Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare is a private nonprofit organization with more than 45 years of experience serving people with serious mental illness in Chicago and its suburbs. Central to the philosophy of all Trilogy services is a belief in the possibility of long-term recovery from mental illness and mental illness with co-occurring substance use issues. With an operating budget of approximately $24 million, Trilogy has experienced rapid growth during the past 12 years, quadrupling its size and services. 

Trilogy’s next President & CEO will be a proven visionary leader with a minimum of five to ten years progressive leadership experience and, most importantly, with a deep and abiding passion for Trilogy’s mission and clients. The next CEO will have demonstrated executive leadership in organizations that have experienced rapid growth and change.  He or she will possess strong business acumen and have experience and comfort in overseeing financial management in large organizational settings.

While this person will be a strategic thinker, he or she will also be able to deal creatively with risk and ambiguity.  The next President & CEO will have a strong ability to lead and inspire a team of dedicated staff and will possess a collaborative yet action-focused decision-making style.  The successful candidate will be a person who understands and values diversity within both staff and client bases. 

Experience in behavioral health, primary healthcare, social services, or other relevant executive experience is preferable. The ideal candidate will exhibit an understanding of Illinois and national political and healthcare landscapes, and will provide thought leadership as to how Trilogy can capitalize on ongoing changes for the benefit of both the organization’s financial success and the healthcare needs of its clients.

A bachelor’s degree is required, and a master’s degree in a human service related field is strongly desired.

Applications for the position are being received exclusively by Kittleman & Associates, LLC.   To apply, submit a current resume and letter of introduction at https://www.kittlemansearch.com/news/current-searches/trilogy-behavioral-healthcare-/

For more information about Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare, visit www.trilogyinc.org

Posted September 13, 2018  

Women's Treatment Center

Utilization Review Specialist

The Women's Treatment Center provides chemically dependent women with a continuum of care, recovery tools, and parenting skills to maintain a sober lifestyle as they rebuild their lives and futures and mend the bonds with their families. We are one of the few substance abuse programs in the nation that can accommodate children in residential treatment, making us particularly responsive to the needs of chemically dependent mothers.  We are looking for a Utilization Review Specialist to ensure quality management standards are maintained through review and analysis of records. This is accomplished by conducting program record audits, chart auditors, and coordinating training with program directors.

Under the supervision of the Quality and Compliance Manager work with management and staff to ensure quality review of patient files and data entry, Microsoft Office programming in Access, Excel and Word relevant to support the TWTC quality initiatives. Candidate skills should include specialized training and demonstrated proficiency in the use of computers and computer software including Windows 7 or higher and SPSS.

The Women's Treatment Center provides a full benefits package including:

  • health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance,
  • generous paid time off benefit earned in the first year of employment, and
  • 401(k) programs also available. 

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in addictions, psychology, social work, or related field or equivalent in work and/or life experience required, Master’s degree preferred.
  • CADC, LSW, LCSW, LPC, or LCPC preferred.
  • One year of substance abuse treatment or quality management experience required.      

Please send resumes to hr@womenstreatmentcenter.org or fax them to 312/850-9095. 

Posted September 6, 2018

Job Openings for Association for Development – Behavior Health

Please visit www.aidcares.org to apply

Case Manager MHP/QMHP – Bilingual Behavioral Counselor (Full Time – McHenry, IL)

The Behavioral Health Outpatient Case Manager is responsible for providing of counseling and case management services to a caseload of approximately 50 clients who are diagnosed with persistent mental illness. Counselors are expected to work with a team of service providers within the agency and throughout the social service community to insure that all needs of clients are met.

Education:                          

  • Bachelor’s degree in a human services field
  • Master’s degree preferred

License/certifications:       

  • None Required
  • LPC/LSW preferred

Experience:                        

  • At least 1 year of experience in behavioral health preferred

Other Requirements:         

  • Bilingual (Spanish) required 

Case Manager MHP/QMHP – Behavioral Counselor (Full Time – McHenry, IL)

The Behavioral Health Outpatient Case Manager is responsible for providing of counseling and case management services to a caseload of approximately 50 clients who are diagnosed with persistent mental illness. Counselors are expected to work with a team of service providers within the agency and throughout the social service community to insure that all needs of clients are met. 

Education:                          

  • Bachelor’s degree in a human services field
  • Master’s degree  preferred

License/certifications:    

  • None Required
  • LPC/LSW preferred

Experience:                         

  • At least 1 year of experience in behavioral health preferred

Case Manager QMHP – Bilingual Child & Adolescent Therapist
(Full Time – North Aurora, IL)
: 

The Behavioral Health Outpatient Counselor is responsible for the provision of counseling and case management services to a caseload of 25 to 50 primarily child or adolescent clients who are diagnosed with mental illness. Counselors are expected to work with a team of behavioral health service providers within the agency. 

Education:

  • Master's degree in a human services field

License/certifications:

  • LPC, LCPC, LSW, or LCSW preferred

Experience/Skills:

  • Some clinical experience with children or adolescents required.
  • Fluent verbal and written Spanish and English 

Case Manager QMHP – Child & Adolescent Therapist (Full Time – North Aurora, IL)

The Behavioral Health Outpatient Counselor is   responsible for the provision of counseling and case management services to a caseload of 25 to 50 primarily child or adolescent clients who are diagnosed with mental illness. Counselors are expected to work with a team of behavioral health service providers within the agency. 

Education:  

  • Master’s degree in Human Services or related field required.

License/certifications:

  • LPC, LCPC, LSW, or LCSW preferred

Experience:

  • Some clinical experience with children or adolescents required 

Case Manager - QMHP CST Worker (Full Time – Aurora, IL & Elgin/McHenry, IL):

  • Responsible for the provision of mobile emergency crisis intervention services and community support and engagement services.
  • Services are provided primarily in the community, including local hospitals, other agencies, shelters, and client homes.
  • The CST Worker will also assist in covering crisis line calls when not providing mobile crisis intervention services.
  • Counselors are expected to work with a team of service providers within the agency and throughout the social service community to insure that all needs of clients are met.

Education:

  • Master's degree in Human Services field required. At least one year experience working with mentally ill. Knowledge of the DSM V 

Licensed – LCSW / LCPC (Full Time – McHenry, IL)

Responsible for the provision of counseling and case management services to a caseload of approximately 50 clients who are diagnosed with persistent mental illness.

Works with a team of behavioral health service providers within the agency.

Education:                             

  • Master’s degree in a human services field required

License/certifications:         

  • LCPC or LCSW required

Experience:                           

  • At least 1 year of experience in behavioral health preferred 

Mental Health & Substance Abuse Counselor (Full Time – Aurora, IL):

The Mental Health & Substance Abuse Counselor is responsible for the provision of counseling and case management services to a caseload of approximately 50 clients who are diagnosed with persistent mental illness and or substance abuse. Counselors are expected to work with a team of behavioral health service providers within the agency.

Education:

  • Master's degree in a human services field and CADC or LCPC/LCSW and addictions treatment experience.

License/certifications:

  • CADC, LPC, LCPC, LSW, or LCSW required

Experience:

  • At least 1 year of experience in behavioral health preferred 

Mental Health Professional (MHP) - Behavioral Health Residential):

The MHP is responsible for the implementation of the client's Individual Plan goals and objectives. The MHP demonstrates this through daily documentation of service provided to each client to whom they are responsible. The MHP will assure client rights and dignity while maintaining a clean and safe environment. Be familiar with and maintain all applicable program and agency regulations.

Education:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Human Services Preferred
  • High School Diploma and 5 years of experience in Social Services

Experience:

  • Experience working with mentally ill adults preferred 

Registered Nurse (Exempt – Aurora, IL):

The Registered Nurse is responsible for the provision of nursing service, to meet the identified health care needs of a designated population of clients. Responsibilities include assessing the health needs of clients, planning for the provision of needed health services, implementing a plan of care, and evaluating outcomes and ongoing health needs in collaboration with the client and other members of the health care team, as needed. The Registered Nurse works within the framework of AID's goals, policies, and procedures to assure that accreditation standards and regulatory requirements, pertaining to health care, are met in all programs. 

Education:

  • Must be a graduate of an accredited and approved nursing program.

License/certifications:

  • Current, unrestricted Illinois Registered Nurse License in good standing with the State licensing board; current BLS certification

Experience:

  • A minimum of one year of previous nursing experience working with persons with developmental disabilities, mental illness, and/or neurological impairments is preferred.
Posted September 6, 2018 

Ecker Center

     for Mental Health

PSYCHIATRIST– PART TIME

Part time psychiatrist needed for busy outpatient community mental health clinic. See new and established patients for diagnosis, evaluation and medication management. Document clinical notes in electronic medical record; use electronic prescribing system.

Hours: Flexible 4 – 12 hours weekly, Monday – Friday; no weekends, holidays, night or on-call work. 

THERAPIST, LCSW – PART TIME

Part time LCSW licensed therapist with experience providing individual therapy to adults and children is needed. Provide individual, couple, family, and group therapies on a regular basis, meeting established standards. Complete Comprehensive Assessments, goal oriented Individual Treatment Plans, and quality documentation which includes progress notes and other relevant information for the client’s medical records. Must be able to work independently and have good computer skills. Bilingual Spanish a plus.

Hours: Flexible 8 – 20 hours weekly; weekday, Saturday and evening hours are available.

Positions are located in Elgin, IL. To apply, please e-mail resume to rgrauzinis@eckercenter.org

Posted September 6, 2018 

The Women's Treatment Center

CASE MANAGER

The Women’s Treatment Center provides women with multiple health issues including addiction to prescription medications and other illicit substances and their children with a continuum of care, recovery tools, and parenting skills to maintain a sober lifestyle as they rebuild their lives and futures and mend the bonds with their families.

We are one of the few substance abuse programs in the nation that can accommodate children in residential treatment, making us particularly responsive to the needs of chemically dependent mothers.  Do you share our mission of providing treatment services in a truly unique setting?

If so, then consider joining our team. 

We are recruiting a Case Manager to be responsible for the strengthening relationships within families. 

The candidate shall provide case management services for high-risk families, providing resources and support to parents and families.  To possible provide transportation to patients as needed.

  • BS degree in social work or psychology required.
  • Minimum of 5 yrs experience working with high-risk families required.
  • Able to work evenings with late hours possible.
  • Experience with addictions and women's issues a plus.

Email Resumes and cover letters go to HR at Women’s Treatment Center at hr@womenstreatmentcenter.org or fax to 312/850-9095. 

Posted August 23, 2018

Leyden Family Service and Mental Health Center

Leyden Family Service and Mental Health Center is seeking an Aftercare Clinician for our Aftercare Department in Franklin Park, IL 60131.


We are seeking an experienced full-time clinician with a passion for delivering evidenced-based therapy and services to adults with serious mental illness.  If you are passionate about working with individuals with living with serious mental illness to communicate, develop and carry out appropriate care and services, you would be an ideal addition to our team.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Evaluating and screening individuals for clinical services.
  • Providing clinical and case management services with sensitivity to age, disability, and client diversity.
  • Developing and implementing clinical interventions for individual and group services.
  • Co-facilitating group therapy.
  • Providing support to other team members in various treatment services.
  • Providing crisis support as needed.
  • Providing caseload and productivity reports to Aftercare Services Supervisor as requested.
  • Performing other related duties as assigned by the Aftercare Services Supervisor.
  • Adhering to Federal and State regulations and all agency policies and procedures.
Qualifications for the ideal candidate:
  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field (required)
  • 2 years post Master’s experience (preferred)
  • Have prior experience in community mental health setting (preferred)
  • LSW/LPC or LCSW/LCPC (preferred)
  • Spanish-speaking (preferred)
Benefits of working at Leyden Family Health Center & Mental Health Center: 
  • Comprehensive health, dental, and vision coverage
  • Long-term disability
  • 4013b with company match
  • Generous PTO package
  • NHSC certified site for loan repayment program

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit a resume and cover letter to Jennifer Hamilton at jhamilton@leydenfamilyservice.org

About Leyden Family Service & Mental Health Center:

Leyden Family Service and Mental Health Center provides a range of counseling, treatment and preventative care services for adults, adolescents, senior citizens, children and families. This includes treatment programs for those struggling with substance abuse, gambling addiction and other mental health problems. We specialize in offering professional help within a non-judgmental setting while supporting each individual's right to confidentiality. Whether seeking help for yourself, a loved one, close friend, employee or coworker, you will find at Leyden a dedicated staff committed to helping patients achieve their maximum level of independence, productivity and quality of life. For more information, please visit www.ledyenfamilyservice.org

Posted August 14, 2018 

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