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Multiple Job Openings

Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center for Women 

 

Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center for Women is seeking Behavioral Health Specialists. We are hiring for PM shifts (3p-11:30p).  We have Full-Time, Part-Time (24 hours weekly or 16 hours weekly) and Registry positions.

 

Timberline Knolls is a residential treatment center located on 45 beautiful acres just outside of Chicago providing services to women with substance abuse, mood disorders, eating disorders and trauma. This is your chance to be a part of a nationally recognized treatment team. To learn more please visit our website: www.timberlineknolls.com

 

A Behavioral Health Specialist at Timberline Knolls is responsible for providing daily resident monitoring, guidance and education; Promotes a safe, secure and therapeutic milieu environment; Participates in the therapeutic milieu and treatment program and community. Provides crisis intervention and milieu management as indicated; Works as a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team under supervision of the Milieu Manager and Milieu Coordinator with the therapists, psychiatrists, expressive therapists, program staff, nutrition team, and nursing staff.  Consistently demonstrates Timberline Knolls values by serving with uncompromising care, relentless compassion, and unconditional joyful spirit.

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

·         Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Services or Human Services

·         Experience providing mental health, eating disorders and/or substance abuse treatment services is preferred

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS

·         Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation; behavioral therapy methods; the assessment and treatment of behavioral disorders; and familiarity with the principles of 12-step recovery.

·         Develops knowledge of eating disorders, chemical dependency and other relevant issues and demonstrates competency in providing and implementing resident care.

·         Knowledge of group behavior and dynamics.

 

If you are interested in making a real life difference at Timberline Knolls, please contact or send your resume to: heidi.barber@timberlineknolls.com

 

Subject Line:  BHS Position

 

Please include in your email, your preference of Full-Time, Part-Time 24 hrs,, Part-Time 16 hrs. or Registry (Per Diem/As Needed)

 

You can also apply directly on our company website at the link below and select Lemont, IL as the location:

 

http://www.timberlineknolls.com/information/professionals/careers/

 

Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center for Women is seeking Registered Nurses. We are hiring for Full-Time Nights (6p-6a) and Registry positions.  New Nurses are Welcome!

 

Timberline Knolls is a residential treatment center located on 45 beautiful acres just outside of Chicago providing services to women with substance abuse, mood disorders, eating disorders and trauma. This is your chance to be a part of a nationally recognized treatment team. To learn more please visit our website: www.timberlineknolls.com

 

Registered Nurses at Timberline Knolls are to ensure high quality, comprehensive and individualized health care to all residents. To collaborate with the multidisciplinary treatment team and interdepartmentally to ensure that all resident physical, biopsychosocial, and age, developmental and cultural needs are met.  Consistently demonstrates Timberline Knolls’ values of uncompromising care, relentless compassion, and unconditional joyful spirit.

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS

·         Registered Nurse with a current Illinois license.

·         Psychiatric experience preferred.

·         Current certification in health care provider CPR.

 

If you are interested in making a real life difference at Timberline Knolls, please contact or send your resume to: heidi.barber@timberlineknolls.com

 

Subject Line:  RN Position

 

Please include in your email, your preference of Full-Time or Registry

 

You can also apply directly on our company website at the link below and select Lemont, IL as the location:

http://www.timberlineknolls.com/information/professionals/careers/

 

Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center for Women is seeking Therapists. We are hiring for full-time, part-time and Registry positions.

 

Timberline Knolls is a residential treatment center located on 45 beautiful acres just outside of Chicago providing services to women with substance abuse, mood disorders, eating disorders and trauma. This is your chance to be a part of a nationally recognized treatment team. To learn more please visit our website: www.timberlineknolls.com

 

You would be responsible for providing family therapy for residents and their families, plans and provides multi-family group for residents’ families.  Provides services as a member of the inter-disciplinary treatment team coordinating with the Attending Psychiatrist, Primary Therapist and other team members.  Consistently demonstrates Timberline Knolls’ values of uncompromising care, relentless compassion, and unconditional joyful spirit.

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS

·         Illinois Licensed Clinical Psychologist (LCP), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Clinical Professional  Counselor (LCPC) (or licensed within one year) with behavioral health treatment experience in hospital, therapeutic day school and/or residential settings.

·         Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or related field

·         Demonstrated skill in 12-Step and Family Systems Recovery Models with Adolescent and Young Adult Women Clients.

 

If you are interested in making a real life difference at Timberline Knolls, please contact or send your resume to: heidi.barber@timberlineknolls.com

 

Subject Line:  Therapist Position

 

You can also apply directly on our company website at the link below and select Lemont, IL as the location:

http://www.timberlineknolls.com/information/professionals/careers/

 

 

Posted 11/14/17


Clinical Supervisor

Community Resource Center, Inc.

Full-Time Position 

 

The Community Resource Center, Inc. (CRC) is a certified community behavioral health organization serving Marion, Clinton and Fayette Counties since 1969.   CRC has four offices located in south central Illinois including Centralia, Salem, Carlyle and Vandalia.  CRC offers an array of mental health and substance use disorder treatments to meet the needs of our community. 

 

Website:  www.crconline.info

 

facebook.com/crcforbehavioralhealth/

 

Key Duties include:

  • Direct Supervision of clinical staff.
  • Coordination of CRC clinical programing.
  • Training and staff development.
  • Direct service to clients.
  • Implementation of new programming.
  • Works under Executive Director and Clinical Director.

 

Qualifications:

  • Requires a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology or a related field.
  • Requires a clinical license in Social Work or Professional Counseling.
  • Minimum of two years clinical experience and one year of supervisory experience preferred.

 

Please send cover letter and resume to Aaron Davis, Clinical Director to adavis@crconline.info

 

Deadline:  Friday, December 22, 2017


Posted 11/30/17


Cunningham Children’s Home

Director of Residential and Clinical Services


Cunningham Children’s Home, an innovative, effective, and well-resourced child welfare agency in Urbana, Illinois is seeking an engaging and accountability-minded leader to manage our highly-respected Residential Treatment Program. This position reports directly to the agency’s Chief Executive Officer.


Opportunities: The Director of Residential and Clinical Services will work with a dedicated multi-disciplinary team of psychologists, nurses, therapists, clinical directors, psychiatrist, and special therapies. The Director will maximize the potential of the program’s resources, which include:

  • An outstanding team of skilled professionals, dedicated to continually improving services for 56 children and youth ages 8-18 with severe emotional and behavioral disorders;
  • An agency commitment to providing effective and appropriate facilities and tools, including a state of the art 30-bed residential treatment center;
  • A strong continuous quality improvement program which supports evaluation of progress for individual clients as well for overall program design;
  • Oversight of an integrated special therapies department that includes special recreation, music therapy, and other special therapies;
  • Partnership with Cunningham’s on-grounds school, as well as an agency-wide commitment to vocational education and training for clients;
  • Strong agency infrastructure, including hiring practices dedicated to promoting excellence, employee retention, diversity, and team;
  • Agency-wide commitment to providing a continuum of care for our residential youth, including transitioning clients into specialized foster care and independent living programs; and
  • A longstanding culture of commitment to providing treatment that offers hope to kids where other interventions have failed.

Requirements: In addition to education and professional experience, we are seeking candidates who possess the confidence to purposely drive toward results while constantly problem-solving and building the commitment of others. An outgoing, poised and professional communication style is essential, as this position must effectively build rapport and relationships with individuals and groups—including staff, clients, collaterals, colleagues and funding sources. Team building and caring for staff is a must.


Masters degree in the human services area from an accredited university or college, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or a Licensed Clinical Psychologist; or willingness to obtain licensure are required.  Must meet the standards for a Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts (LPHA) per Medicaid Community Mental Health standards.

At least 5 years of human services experience with a strong background in clinical work with children and adolescents, including 3 years of supervision experience and administration duties are required. Knowledge of clinical work with severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents as well as DCFS and Medicaid standards related to child welfare and mental health services required. Must be able to conduct DSM diagnoses, interpret psychodiagnostic measures, and provide clinical supervision. 


Our agency is committed to the values of spirituality, teamwork, integrity and respect.  Cunningham offers outstanding benefits and opportunities for professional growth and personal fulfillment.  Salary is based on education and experience.  Salary range available upon request.  Willing to offer relocation assistance.  Prospective employees must possess a valid Illinois driver's license and proof of auto insurance and are required to submit to a pre-employment drug screen and background check.  EOE


Apply online: www.cunninghamhome.org/join-our-team

 

Posted 12/7/17


Illinois Health Practice Alliance, IPA

Provider Network Relations Associate

Scope of Work - Full Time

Community Behavioral Healthcare Association (CBHA)

 

The Community Behavioral Healthcare Association of Illinois (CBHA), supporting Provider Relations for the IPA, LLC, will be responsible for recruitment of providers to contract with the IPA network. Duties will also include maintaining and strengthening relationships within the IPA provider community, developing and implementing strategies for retention and ongoing recruitment to build, expand and maintain a cost effective, accessible provider network, provide quality customer service to address the need of the IPA network members, and staff the Provider LLC.

 

Key duties include:

  • Recruit behavioral healthcare providers to be part of the IPA network and build a cost effective, high quality provider network
  • Coordinate and implement educational forums to instruct providers about the IPA network
  • Educate the provider community about the benefits of joining the IPA network
  • Provide follow-up phone calls and visits to community providers as part of recruiting and retention strategy
  • Respond to provider calls on the Provider Network Services Line queue as well as emails, voicemails and faxes seeking assistance
  • Identify and prioritizes gaps in care and assists with performance improvement opportunities
  • Respond to and resolve provider related inquiries
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with IPA providers by offering excellent customer service
  • Provide routine and targeted visits, webinars and phone calls for ongoing provider relations and continuing education
  • Engage trainers for the purpose of continuing education regarding procedures/policies/initiatives
  • Coordinate and implement orientation sessions with providers
  • Identify key stake holders and effectively manage relationships
  • Works with IPA leadership on organizational performance initiatives and direction
  • Attend IHPA Board of Directors and selected committee meetings
  • Works to resolve deadlocks that may occur between the Centene member and Provider LLC, as agreed to in the IHPA Operating Agreement
  • Staff and provide the CEO/Executive Director for the Provider LLC ensuring communication mechanisms in place across provider owners, board directors are appointed that meet the IPA Operating Agreement requirements
  • Manage financial aspects of the Provider LLC by collecting capital, investing in IHPA as agreed to, returning equity if a provider exits the LLC and is entitled to a return and providing financial statements to provider member

Qualifications

  • Requires BA/BS degree, Master Degree preferred
  • Knowledge of Illinois community behavioral health system
  • 3 years of related experience (provider relation, network management, customer services, sales negotiation)
  • Proficient in PC-based applications (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, database knowledge)
  • Ability to work independently and managed multiple tasks simultaneously.

Please send your cover letter and resume to Marvin Lindsey (mlindsey@cbha.net).  In the subject line of your email reference CBHA IPA Position.

 

Deadline:  Friday, December 8, 2017.

 

Posted 11/14/17


Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

IMPACT Behavioral Health Partners

Evanston, IL

 

Impact (previously Housing Options) will be hiring an accomplished, committed leader who will work closely with the Board of Directors. S/he will have strategic and operational responsibility for Impact’s staff, programs, and execution of its mission. The position’s major areas of focus are overall management; strategic planning; growth and development/fundraising; and, representation of the agency and our services to the community. The CEO will provide leadership and supervision for all senior staff and managers.

 

The successful candidate will lead Impact through an expansion period, where its strategic plan provides for it to double the number of people it serves over the next 3-5 years.  Her/his background will include significant experience contributing to the change and growth – as measured by both scale and impact – of an organization.

 

Individuals will be considered for follow-up interviews that demonstrate:

·         Outstanding professional leadership and management experience;

·         Knowledge, strength, and experience in developing and coaching a team and inspiring the staff to grow and learn;

·         Intelligence, creativity, and visionary thinking;

·         A high level of organizational and political sophistication, especially as it relates to service strategy, connecting programs to funding, creatively generating other resources, and building collaborative and strategic partnerships.

 

Impact is a CARF-accredited, nonprofit 501(c)(3) community behavioral health organization. We believe that individuals recover from mental illness when they are provided with a roof over their head and wrap-around services that support their recovery. To that end, Impact offers supportive housing, employment and clinical support to those with serious mental illness so they can lead a full life. All programs and services are integrated to provide our participants the support they need to recover and attain wellness and reclaim his or her life in the community.

 

The position profile is available at https://www.impactbehavioral.org/job-openings/

 

APPLICATION. Send cover letter and resume to: ImpactCEOsearch@gmail.com.  In your email Subject line, please include “<Your Name> application.”

 

No calls please. 

 

DEADLINE: Friday, December 7, 2017 at 5:00p

 

 

Posted 11/13/17



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