Employment Opportunities

Thanks for your interest in coming to work with us at Crosspoint Human Services. When we have job opportunities available, they are listed below. If you find a position for which you are qualified and you’re interested, simply click the “Apply Online” button to fill out an application that could get you started on a career serving your community with Crosspoint Human Services.

We Currently Have Openings for the Following:

Updated August 28, 2017

Director of Recovery Services – Plans, directs and controls Recovery Services, which includes Outpatient Mental Health Counseling, Crisis Response, Community Support, and Screening Assessment and Support Services (SASS). Specific duties include, but are not limited to: Plan, develop and administer assigned programming consistent with policies of Crosspoint, accreditation and regulatory standards; Select, train, supervise and evaluate subordinates; Conduct audits of a randomly select sample of records of persons served from all programs to determine compliance; Supervise court ordered evaluations and oversee EAP and other 3rd party managed care contracts.  This position requires current LCPC/LCSW license in the State of Illinois and more than five years supervised experience in the human service field including supervisory and management responsibilities.  Full Time.  $60,000.00/year

Crisis Intervention Counselor – Vermilion County – Crisis Intervention Counselor needed for mobile crisis response team in Vermilion County. Crisis Intervention Counselors are the point of contact for all crisis calls, 24 hours a day, seven days a week; whether someone just needs to talk over the phone or they need to be assessed for a psychiatric hospitalization. Our crisis counselors work on a four week rotation that includes nights, weekends, and holidays. During their first two weeks they serve either primary or back up worker on the crisis line. As the primary crisis worker, they take care of all crisis calls coming through. As the back-up worker, they take care of any over flow crisis calls that the primary worker cannot handle or respond to within required time-frames. During normal business hours, when they are not responding to crisis’, the primary and back up on call workers assist with intakes or complete required follow ups. The third week, they serve a rotation in the office where they work with walk in crisis, and conduct intake appointments. The fourth week, they are off with pay. In lieu of accruing vacation time, they are off work with pay every fourth week; totaling 13 weeks of vacation per year.  This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field; Master’s degree with license preferred. Salary is based on degree/license. BA/BS/BSW – $14.00/hour; MA/MS/MSW – $17.32/hour; LPC/LSW – $18.49/hour; LCPC/LCSW – $19.23/hour. This position requires working nights, weekends, and holidays during the on call rotation.

Care Coordinator – Second shift care coordinator needed for domestic violence/transitional shelter services program.  Second shift is 4 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. Thursday through Sunday.  Duties include, but are not limited to:  Completing assessments and specialized assessments, complete service plans and reviews, provide group services from an approved curriculum including completing all required documentation, complete daily logs on progress, participate in on-call rotation, assure program compliance with regard to HUD requirements, and responsible for HUD program record keeping ensuring that all required documents are completed in a timely manner.  Requires a Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services related field; experience with domestic violence and/or homelessness preferred.

Legal Advocate-  Provide legal advocacy for those who have experienced domestic violence. Coordinate legal advocacy for persons served as needed. Duties include, but are not limited to: Provide information regarding the legal system and the Illinois Domestic Violence Act to persons served; Assist persons served with paperwork necessary as well as accompany them to court to obtain Orders of Protection; Act as liaison between the agency and the criminal justice system and local law enforcement; Provide support, referrals, and assistance to persons served when needed;  Provide follow-up as indicated to meet the needs of the persons served, including appropriate referral and staff consultation; Participate in on-call rotation schedule; and Provide public education, in-service training and institutional advocacy regarding domestic violence issues.  Requires a Bachelor’s degree in a social services related field or equivalent life/professional experience.  Minimum three years work experience in domestic violence, legal area or human services field preferred.

Child Advocate-  Provide individual and/or group advocacy and counseling services to children and adolescents. Assist mothers who are domestic violence victims in understanding and dealing with the effects of domestic violence on their children.  Duties include but are not limited to: Plan and coordinate group and individual activities for children, residential and walk-in, which teach non-violent problem solving and address issues of homelessness; Provide short-term assistance to children in the Shelter; Provide paraprofessional crisis intervention and support counseling to victims of domestic violence and homelessness; Provide public education, in-service training and institutional advocacy regarding domestic violence issues and homelessness and its effects on children.  Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services related field required; Master’s degree preferred.

Behavior Specialist –  Behavior Specialist needed for our Champaign, Illinois office . Behavior Specialists are the point of contact for crisis calls, depending on the type of insurance, for children/adolescents in Champaign/Ford/Iroquois Counties and serve on an on call rotation that provides coverage 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Behavior Specialist is also responsible for a caseload for which they provide follow up services to children/adolescents in Champaign/Ford/Iroquois Counties. Services may be provided in the home of the person served or in the Crosspoint office; often multiple times per week. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field; Master’s degree with license preferred. Salary is based on degree/license. BA/BS/BSW – $14.00/hour; MA/MS/MSW – $17.32/hour; LPC/LSW – $18.49/hour; LCPC/LCSW – $19.23/hour. This position requires working nights, weekends, and holidays during the on call rotation as well as possible nights and weekends to meet the needs of the families served.

Residential Technicians (DSP) –  We are seeking residential technicians to provide direct services to individuals diagnosed with severe mental illness and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities in our 24 hour supervised group homes. Duties include, but are not limited to: Provide skills teaching and all other services required by treatment agreement to persons served following policy, procedures, applicable rules, and supervisory directive; Provide medication training as taught/delegated by nurse trainer with med passes being error free; Accurately report in a timely manner all changes in physical or mental health status; Provide resident care to meet individualized physical, mental, social needs of each resident; Takes personal responsibility for and immediate action to ensure a clean, safe and properly maintained home environment for persons served; Take personal responsibility for and immediate action to secure supplies and equipment needed for each shift. Requires a high school diploma/GED and be at least 21 years of age . Full and part time positions available. FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING AVAILABLE . Looking for 2nd shift (4 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.) and 3rd shift (12:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.). May require working holidays. $10.00/hour

Maintenance Technician II – Looking for a Maintenance Technician to provide services to maintain equipment, buildings, grounds/landscaping, and vehicles at Crosspoint Human Services’ locations.  This position participates in an on call rotation that can require weekend, evening, and holiday hours.  Requires a high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, and automobile insurance.  Requires basic mechanical, electrical, carpentry, and custodial skills.  Full time.  $13.00/hour.

Shelter Shift Staff – Provide support to persons experiencing domestic violence and homelessness in accordance with the program policies and purpose. Duties include, but are not limited to: Provide confidential support to persons experiencing domestic violence and homelessness; Provide IDVA information and safety planning to victims; Actively remain knowledgeable / informed about social agencies in the area for possible referrals; Staff on-site hotline and shelter 2nd and 3rd floor; Maintain knowledge of assessment and intake process and required paperwork; Enter monthly service and program statistics into the ICJIA Infonet and/or the ROSIE programs as assigned by the Shelter Supervisor; Maintaining record keeping system of persons served – filing of police reports and service information, and preparation of new files; Maintain general office organization including cleaning and copying forms; Monitor all activity on the 2nd and 3rd floors as assigned by the Program Supervisor; Clean rooms as they are vacated by persons served.

Teachers and Teacher’s Aides – Full time and part time positions available to provide age appropriate activities and a safe environment for young children in a DCFS licensed, nationally accredited Early Learning Center. Teachers require A.A./A.S in Early Childhood Education/Child Development or the like; Aides require HS diploma/GED.  NEW WAGE RATE!!  Teachers $11.00/hr; Teacher Aides $8.75/hr.

Crosspoint Human Services is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran, or status as qualified individual with a disability.

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