Full-Time positions - $68,000 Annual Salary
Utilizes assessment instruments designed for this program to establish measures of child/client functioning and to determine types of community and social supports required
Administers clinical interviews for the IA program to clients (children), birth parents and other adults in the child's life
Creates IA template reports and provides other services necessary to assess the child and implement a care plan.
Provides clinical supervision to IA Clinical staff pertaining to their clinical work activities in the IA Program and monitors and facilitates collaborative communication with outside agencies.
Supervises Clinical Screener IA reports, the conduct of the IA interviews and administration of IA assessment protocol.
Masters Degree is Social Work required.
LCSW or LCPC in IL required
2 or more years of experience completing IA assessments, 2 or more years of experience conducting early childhood developmental assessment required.
Child welfare experience required
Excellent interpersonal skills so as to interact with all personnel involved in this program- children, parents, foster parents, relatives of children, DCFS staff, community agency staff, physicians, peers, government agencies, school personnel, etc. required
Three years of post-graduate experience with the population of children served by this program as well as supervisor/managerial experience required.
Reliable vehicle with automobile insurance required. Mileage reimbursement provided.
Excellent verbal and writing abilities are essential, as are a high level of computer skills. Must be an excellent communicator and team player. May have direct integrated assessment experience, early childhood developmental assessment experience.
La Rabida Children's Hospital