Direct Service Professionals (DSP) or Certified Nurse Aides (CNA)
Career Opportunities in the Human Service Field are available for caring persons who want to make a difference in the lives of children and adults with mental disabilities. High School diploma or equivalent required. Potential advancement opportunities to a Case Manager/QSP/QIDP (Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional) for persons with a Bachelors Degree. Click here for more details.
Case Manager/QIDP (Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional)
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.
We are in need of 3 nurses on our overnight shift. Full time positions available. Weekends are required (every other). Previous experience preferred. Competitive salaray and excellent benefits package.
Social Service Coordinator
We are looking to hire someone with excellent written, communication and organizational skills, ability to problem solve and multi-task in a fast paced, team oriented atmosphere.
Required: Bachelor's Degree, two or more years of case managment experience or one year QIDP experience.
- Registered Behavior Technician
Job Responsibilities: Candidate will work with Behavior Services to assist those residents who are in need of extra behavior support. Candidate will participate in a training program that focuses on the basic principles of Applied Behavior Analysis including measurement, assessment, skill acquisition, behavior reduction, documentation and reporting as well as professional conduct and scope of practice. Candidate's job responsibilities will require them to administer assessments, develop, implement and train staff on behavior reduction programs and skill aquisition protocols. Candidate will receive regular supervision by a BCBA.
-Bachelor's Degree in Special Education, Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis or a related field.
-Flexible hours including weekends/evenings.
-At least 1 year working with individuals with developmental disabilities (preferably individuals with behavioral challenges)
-Pass the RBT competency assessment after training is completed.
We provide a highly competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Apply in person at Misericordia Home, 2001 W. Devon in Chicago, or fax your resume to 773-973-4292. Online application available below.
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You may also apply in person, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 3:30 pm at 2001 W. Devon Ave, Chicago, IL 60660
For additional employment information, please contact Misericordia's Human Resource Department at: 773-273-3035.