Case Manager/QIDP (Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional)
We have two full time positions available for persons with a bachelor’s degree in special education, sociology, psychology etc. and one year of experience working with persons with mental disabilities. QIDP oversees the needs of the residents programs, goals, community outings amongst many other facets of daily life for our residents. QIDP works closely with Supervisors and DSP’s to ensure quality care and programming for our residents. Hours include day time and evening hours with every other weekend required.
Full time position available.
Bachelor's Degree in HR or a related field - required
Previous HR experience required
Experience with payroll system ADP Workforce Now preferred
Demonstrated knowledge of general human resources practices and procedures
Strong, positive and clear written and verbal communication skills required
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and keep deadlines with minimal supervision
Assist with communication with employees regarding policies, practices and benefits
Assist with health insurance and benefits program; support confidential projects, including compensation, new hire paperwork etc
Develop and/or recommend new practices to meet management and employee needs
Assist with: workers comp claims and employee issues relating to State agencies, onboarding/separation processes, and orientations
Perform administrative tasks including report generation, payroll related paperwork entering and maintaining data and composing correspondence
Perform payroll duties as designated using ADP Workforce Now
QIDP/Recreation Staff (Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional)
We are looking for an energetic, compassionate and mission driven individual to work in a dual role of QIDP and Recreation staff. Responsibilities include case management as well as oversight and facilitation of recreation based activities for persons with developmental disabilities.
Must have a Bachelor's Degree in special education or related field (psychology, recreation therapy)
At least 1 year of experience working with persons with developmental disabilities
Experience working with individuals in recreational/social activities strongly preferred
Excellent interpersonal, organizational, verbal and written communication skills
Ability to develop and implement quality programming services with an emphasis on person to person treatment
Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
Illinois driver's license required and ability to work various shifts and every other weekend.