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Position title: Custodian
Organization: Mendelssohn Performing Arts Center
Contact name: Matthew Guschl
Contact email: info@mendelssohnpac.org

Job Description

Mendelssohn Performing Arts Center is seeking a part-time Custodian to clean and maintain our three-building campus.

Duties and Responsbilities

  • Sweep and mop floors and vacuum carpets
  • Take out trash, tidy furniture and dust surfaces
  • Clean and stock restrooms
  • Clean commercial kitchen to Health Department standards
  • Clean windows
  • Stock and maintain supply room
  • Assist with setup for events
  • Perform minor maintenance and repairs
  • Report major maintenance needs to management
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills

  • Proven work experience as a janitor/custodian
  • Knowledge of various cleaning chemicals and supplies
  • Ability to handle heavy equipment and machinery
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 40 pounds
  • Integrity and good interpersonal skills

How to Apply

Please send resume to info@mendelssohnpac.org.

Position title: Volunteer and Special Projects Coordinator
Organization: Discovery Center Museum
Contact name: Sarah Wolf
Contact emailsarahw@discoverycentermuseum.org 

Job Description

Position purpose: The major focus of this position is to manage the volunteer program, Special event and programs.
Essential function: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
Works with all museum departments to assess museum volunteer needs and service capabilities, and recruits and schedules accordingly.

Duties and Responsbilities

  • Plans and implements volunteer recruitment campaigns to meet the needs of the museum.
  • Ensures that accurate record keeping is done which will assist in collection of visitor statistics.
  • Plans and executes Museum special events.
  • Works in partnership with various community organizations to develop new partnerships and programs. Serves on the Week of the Young Child committee.
  • Coordinates the Museum Auxiliary fundraising event and coordination of other fund raisers and events directed by Museum Executive Director.
  • Coordinates art studio projects by ordering supplies and promoting the events.
  • Coordinates the Mornings of Fun program by collaborating with RPD Therapeutic Easter Seals, etc. to reach families of special needs children, interacting with families, purchasing snacks and promoting museum accessibility.
  • Proficiency in various software programs, including, but not limited to Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook), and Google Calendar.
  • Possess the ability to select, train, supervise, retain, inspire, reward and schedule volunteers (youth, adults and groups) to provide additional museum staffing.

This position is full or part-time.

How to Apply

Please send resume and cover letter to sarahw@disocoverycentermuseum.org.

Position title: Education Specialist
Organization: Discovery Center Museum
Contact name: Sarah Wolf
Contact email: sarahw@discoverycentermuseum.org

Job Description

The Education Specialist works with the Director of Education and Programs, Educators, Education Interns, Volunteers and other staff to facilitate programming (field trips, workshops, summer camps) and serve the general admission visitors in our exhibit spaces.

Duties and Responsbilities

  •  Assist with planning and implementing educational activities for outreach programs, special events and field trips.
  • Teaches and facilitates programs for various audiences and continuously seeks new methods to implement high-quality, accessible, STEM education for various audiences including scouts.
  • Work with director of Education and Programs in the development and presentation of outreach programs and in-house programs, camps and workshops.
  • Help develop content of youth demonstrator program.
  • Develop content and teach youth classes and workshops.
  • Other duties as assigned by Director of Education and Programs and Executive Director.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in education/science or related field
  • A passion for science, hands-on science/STEM education, science communication, and promoting the relevance of science within our community and broader society
  • At least five years combined experience in teaching or facilitating science experiences in formal and/or informal environments
  • A demonstrated ability to develop and evaluate science-learning experiences appropriate for informal and formal learning environments for a variety of ages
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish is a plus

How to Apply

Please send resumes and cover letters to sarahw@discoverycentermuseum.org.

Position title: Marketing Coordinator
Organization: RAMP
Contact name: Mark Spain
Contact email: mspain@rampcil.org

Job Description

Are you creative in how you connect with people? Are you persistent in achieving your goals? Do you take risks and love a good challenge? Do you know how to get individuals or groups attention and find yourself critiquing ads and social media? Then you might be the candidate we are looking for!

RAMP is seeking an energetic and service orientated individual to fill the role of marketing coordinator. The marketing coordinator will market RAMP's services and products that are meant to increase our unrestricted funds by developing and implementing an Integrated Communications Plan (ICP); tracking sales data; maintaining promotional materials; planning meetings and trade shows; maintaining databases; preparing reports and more.

The position pays $40,000 - $42,000 per year.

View full job description.

How to Apply

Please submit cover letter and resume for consideration to mspain@rampcil.org.

Position title: Client Services/Patient Advocate (entry level/intern)
Organization: Home of Hope Cancer Wellness
Contact name: Joan Padilla
Contact email: jpadilla@hohrrv.com

Job Description

The client services/patient advocate will work under the supervision of the executive director and along with social work staff member who meets the educational and work-related qualifications. The client services/patient advocate will be provided with their own working space with all supplies and equipment needed to complete specified job functions, including access to client files and electronic communications, as well as mileage reimbursement.

The client services/patient advocate is expected to follow the guidelines of Home of Hope Cancer Wellness Center's policy and procedure manual outlines and is expected to participate in an orientation session facilitated by the executive director.
Specific tasks will be determined by the executive director, and assigned field instructor, with direction provided.

The position is Monday through Friday, approximately 30 hours per week.

Qualifications

Experience and Knowledge

  • Understanding of Microsoft Word and Excel computer applications
  • Experience working or volunteering with a vulnerable population(s)
  • Knowledge of non -therapeutic strategies
  • Interest in working with individuals, groups, and families.

Education

  • Currently enrolled or successful completion in social work coursework or similar field with an accredited college or university.
  • Previous educational instruction related to working with individuals, groups and families.

Objectives

  • Client services/patient advocate will observe and participate in the educational, wellness and supportive services offered by Home of Hope Cancer Wellness Center.
  • Under the direction of the executive director and or staff social worker develop and implement a program within the recommendations outlined by psychosocial oncology institutions.

Location

The client services/patient advocate position is based out of Home of Hope Cancer Wellness Center's office at 1637 Plock Dr. Dixon, Il 61021. However, numerous tasks will require traveling off-site to other locations in the county to perform
client services and other Home of Hope programs including Campus Care and other programs offered by the agency.

How to Apply

Send current resume and cover letter to Joan Padilla at jpadilla@hohrrv.com.

Note: This position is tailored for and intern/entry level professional looking to gain experience in working for nonprofit agency and or social work, patient advocacy, children and family services with a focus in 1:1, group or family counseling.

Position Title: Project Search Employment Specialist
Organization:Center for Sight & Hearing
Contact Name: Elisa Anaya
Contact Email: eanaya@cshni.org

Job Description

This position will be responsible in assisting the director of Information Technology with the maintenance and support of information technology systems and requires knowledge of computer hardware and software including Windows Server, Windows Workstations, content management systems (WordPress, Joomla, Drupal), file and printer services, storage systems, routers, switches, wireless access points, network security, network protocols, mobile operating systems (iOS and Android), telecommunication technology including voice and video conferencing and VoIP telephony.

How to Apply

To apply, please email Elisa Anaya at eanaya@cshni.org.

Position Title: Project Search Employment Specialist
Organization: RAMP
Contact Name: Mark Spain
Contact Email: mspain@rampcil.org

Position Title: Fast Track Specialist
Organization: RAMP
Contact Name: Mark Spain
Contact Email: mspain@rampcil.org

Position Title: Extension Specialist, Community and Economic Development (CED)

Job Description

The Extension Specialist, Community and Economic Development (CED), serves as a regular, full time, 12 month academic professional with primary responsibility for the development, delivery, and evaluation of educational programs supporting the mission of the University of Illinois Extension. This position will be responsible for working with Extension Educators statewide to identify topics and design innovative programs, and for developing multi-media delivery mechanisms for Extension programs and information.

Three full time positions are available (one in each region)

Locations

  • Region 1 (Northern Illinois)
  • Region 2 (Central and Western Illinois)
  • Region 3 (Central and Southern Illinois)
(Positions will be housed within one of the units of the region hired for – see map). Additional positions may become available in other locations

The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For more information about the Equal Employment Opportunity website. To learn more about the Univeristy of Illinois' commitment to diversity.

This is a security-sensitive position. Comprehensive background checks, including but not limited to a criminal conviction information check, a CANTS check, and a review of the Registered Sex Offender list, will be conducted.

Responsibilities

Specific Responsibilities of the Extension Specialist, CED are as follows:

Program Planning, Delivery, and Evaluation
  • Assess needs of communities and institutions across the region. This may include networking and collaborating with community organizations, local government representatives, Unit and campus based Extension staff, and related groups to conduct surveys and other needs assessments.
  • Within subject area expertise, develop innovative curricula and programs to address local community and economic development needs that mesh with the broader state and national interdisciplinary initiatives.
  • Deliver high impact programming to diverse audiences using appropriate delivery mechanisms to optimize reach and effectiveness. Partner with Extension educators, specialists, faculty, students, and volunteers.
  • Serve as the content expert for informal educational efforts within subject area expertise.
  • Evaluate program impact consistent with impact indicators developed by the North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, which are used across the 12-state region. Evaluation should include short-term impacts and long-term changes in community practices and conditions.
  • Develop effective and contemporary approaches to communicate with local government representatives, community and agency partners, and individual stakeholders. This may include electronic technologies such as Twitter, Facebook, blogs, and e-learning platforms.
Scholarship
  • Establish professional relationships and participate in campus-based partnerships to link academic programs and research to Extension programming. Partner with Extension specialists and/or faculty members on research projects as appropriate.
  • Be an active member within a professional society(s) to stay current in the discipline. Seek out and participate in professional development to enhance competency relevant to the needs of the communities served.
  • Use research and evaluation to create programs that address current and emerging issues; improve existing programs.
  • Share principles of evidence-based best practice with peers.
Organizational Leadership and Development
  • Serve as an effective team member and volunteer for leadership roles as appropriate within the Community and Economic Development team, University of Illinois Extension, and University of Illinois.
  • Solicit additional internal and external resources to support the CED program. Includes strategic use of available funds to increase program quality and impact.
  • Help develop and teach University of Illinois Extension programs.
  • As needed, accept statewide responsibilities as requested by the Program Leader.
  • Perform other duties aligned with the mission of University of Illinois Extension programming, as assigned.
Organizational Requirements
  • Comply with all reporting deadlines and requirements (e.g. plans of work, activity and impact reporting, PEARS database entry, etc.). Other Information
  • Comply with all University of Illinois Extension Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity policies and guidelines in all aspects of Extension work; assists Unit staff with data collection for Affirmative Action, Gender, and Targeted reports.
  • Local, regional and (limited) statewide travel required; personal transportation required.
  • To perform the functions of this position, the employee will be required to perform work both within an office and outside in the communities that are served, and must have the capability to travel from one location to the other in a timely fashion.
  • Employee is responsible for securing personal transportation. A valid driver’s license is preferred.
  • Some work will be required during evenings and/or weekends. When working, the employee may be exposed to a variety of environmental factors to include, but not limited to, hot or cold weather, exposure to noise and allergens, and uneven ground.
  • In performing the functions of this position, the employee may be subjected to various mental and physical demands as well to include, but not limited to, independently traveling to and performing work at different locations, lifting and moving items that may occasionally weigh up to forty (40) pounds and frequently weigh up to twenty (20) pounds, and twisting, pushing and pulling movements.
More detailed information regarding the functions of this position (including the physical, mental and environmental requirements of the position) may be obtained from Human Resources for the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) by contacting hr@aces.illinois.edu.

Administrative Relationship

The Extension Specialist, CED is administratively responsible to the assistant dean, CED.

Qualifications

  • Required: Master’s degree in community development, business administration, economics, public administration, public finance, regional and urban planning or closely related field. Candidates with a Master’s degree in progress may be considered for interviews, but degree must be completed by hire date. Evidenced knowledge of and/or experience in participatory planning and best practices in community development.
  • Preferred: Earned PhD in community development, business administration, economics, public administration, public finance, regional and urban planning or related field. Informal education curriculum development and delivery. Experience evaluating and reporting impact. Experience in leadership roles and/or evidenced ability to guide the work of others. Experience with specialty field such as planning, business retention/expansion, sustainability, health care, or local food systems.
  • Knowledge, skills and abilities: Strong oral and written communication skills. Evidence of strong interpersonal skills and ability to work within a team environment.

Additional Information

The position is a full-time, benefits-eligible, non-tenure academic professional position appointed on a 12-month service basis. The expected start date is as soon as possible after the closing date. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Generous vacation and sick leave. State Universities Retirement System. Group health, dental, vision and life insurance.

Application Procedure

Complete your application online. Log in to your account and upload a cover letter and resume, as well as the names and contact information of three professional references. Resume dates must be in month/year format and employment history, at a minimum, should include all work dating back to the completion of your undergraduate degree. Positions that were less than full-time/100 percent must be noted as being part-time. Transcripts may be requested at a later date. To receive full consideration, all requested application materials must be submitted via the online system by the close date of April 30, 2019.

For further information about the position please contact Ryan Hobson at rhobson@illinois.edu. For technical assistance with the online application process, please email jobs@illinois.edu.

Position Title: Restoration Ecologist

Job Description

To assist the Director of Stewardship with managing NLI’s preserves, developing the conservation easement stewardship program, developing management plans and growing the volunteer land management initiatives on lands owned by the Natural Land Institute primarily in northwest Illinois. Candidates with a degree in Natural Resource Management, Biological Sciences or equivalent are preferred.

How to Apply

Please send completed resume, cover letter, and three references to the attention of Zach Grycan, Director of Stewardship at info@naturalland.org no later than May 20, 2019.

For more information visit the Natural Land Insittuate website

Position Title: Program Coordinator

Overview

  • Part-time position, 15 – 20 hours per week
  • Provide on-going coordination of program dog training classes run by professional trainers
  • Responsible for attending dog training classes
  • Welcome veteran participants and dog owners
  • Maintaining required records and statistics
  • Contact participant referrals and perform follow ups
  • Assist with working public events

Required

  • Must be a U.S. military veteran, have dependable transportation, basic computer skills, experience working with veterans a plus. Female and minority veterans are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to vetsprogramcoordinator@gmail.com.

Contact Steve Haight at executivedirector@circle-of-change.org for more information.

Position Title: Board Members
Organization: Montessori Private Academy Board of Directors

Our Mission

At Montessori Private Academy our mission is to enlighten young people by nurturing their interests and independence, inspiring them to reach their full potential and lead extraordinary lives in our global community.

Our Values

Our key values of independence, confidence, empathy, curiosity and happiness are a few of the metrics we rely on to know we are accomplishing our mission.

  • Independence: From toddlerhood through ninth grade, children become self-directed individuals.
  • Confidence: Children are confident in themselves, at school, and in the world.
  • Empathy: Children understand they are part of a greater whole, with a love for all life.
  • Curiosity: True exploration gives children opportunities to pursue their life’s work.
  • Happiness: When children love to learn, their joy leads to greater achievement.

What Makes MPA Unique?

MPA was founded in 1983, 36 years ago, by a group of motivated parents desiring private Montessori education for their children in the Rockford area. Today MPA is a fully-accredited member of the American Montessori Society and has 174 students from 2-15 years of age. The mission of MPA is to prepare the whole child intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically, not only for the child’s years in school, but throughout life. An Honor to Serve on the Board MPA board members have the privilege of working collaboratively to direct and support a well-established, first-rate organization. The board is made up of current parents as well as community members and professionals who come together to make policies and provide strategic direction and oversight.

Job Description

MPA is seeking to bring on a few new board members to serve two-year terms beginning in June 2019 to help guide the the Not-for-Profit Corporation into the future.

Requirements

  • You are passionate about education
  • You have the time and energy to spend 6-10 hours a month doing board work: attending board meetings, participating in committee work, and being an ambassador for MPA
  • You have been a leader on a non-profit board before and you are ready to bring your experience and insight to another organization
  • You are an experienced fundraiser, and enthusiastic about sharing your skills
  • You are an experienced strategic financial professional, and you are ready to bring your experience and insight to a non-profit educational institution
  • You have hands-on technology knowledge, and are willing to share your skills

How To Apply

Please email Shannon Thruman at shannonthruman@gmail.com to receive more detailed information about MPA and the Board of Directors.

Position Title: Adult Staff for Summer conflict management playground program
Organization: Rockford Area Lutheran Ministries

Job Description

Help provide supervision and leadership to teen staff and children in summer nonviolent conflict resolution playground program.

Job Activities and Responsibilities

  • Help supervise teen staff and volunteers.
  • Monitor and help lead activities.
  • Serve as a liaison to visiting groups.
  • Implement nonviolent conflict resolution skills and curriculum as developed in cooperation with Rockford Area Lutheran Ministries and lead staff person.
  • Teach and model nonviolent conflict resolution concepts to teen staff and visiting children through leadership style and all personal conduct.
  • Welcome and assist adult community presenters.
  • Assist and mentor teens in developing leadership, teaching, and job skills to help them effectively model and teach nonviolent conflict resolution techniques to children in a playground setting, utilizing creative play activities, such as non-competitive games, drama, etc.
  • Be available for (paid) planning sessions with Lutheran Ministries prior to Jun. 5, at dates and times mutually convenient.
  • Be on-site at Liberty Park for three hours each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday afternoon Jun. 5 — Jul. 1.

How To Apply 

Email RALMmail@aol.com or call at 815-962-4279 to apply for this position. 
For more infomation visit the Rockford area Lutheran Ministries website.

Position Title: Child Nutrition Summer VISTA Organization: Northern Illinois Food Bank

Job Description

The AmeriCorps VISTA will work primarily with the Food Bank's Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) to build capacity with new and existing sites. VISTAs will monitor programs for compliance, create and analyze survey data, and assist with implementation of the mobile meals route. In 2018, the Food Bank's Summer Food Service Program provided meals to an average of 9102 at 132 child feeding locations. The VISTA will measure their built capacity through the increase in meals served at the summer feeding programs.

To Apply

Apply online

For any questions please email at dyarbrough@northernilfoodbank.org.

Any other details Please visit these AmeriCorps websites for more information on becoming a VISTA member.

Position Title: Director of Advancement
Organization: NIU Foundation

Job Description and Responsibilities

This is a fundraiser position that works within the Gift Planning Team to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of individual major gift prospects. The primary responsibility is to obtain private major and planned gifts at the highest level. This individual also supports the priorities identified by the university. While the highest priority is to generate charitable gift revenue, this position will focus on securing major gifts of $25,000 or more.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree.
  • Five (5) years of experience with successful major gift solicitation.
  • Knowledge and experience in development and alumni relations fields.
  • Demonstrated exceptional writing skills, strong oral communication with group presentation skills.
  • Demonstrable commitment to the highest standard of ethical and professional conduct in accordance with the CASE Statement of Ethics, the Association of Fundraising Professionals Code of Ethical Principles and Standards, and The Donor Bill of Rights. (Membership not required.)
  • Demonstrably strong work ethic and entrepreneurial mentality. A high-level of integrity, focus and commitment to achieve ambitious goals is essential.
  • Familiarity with the "moves management" approach to major gift fundraising
  • Experience working within a matrixed organizational structure where performance responsibilities are evaluated in different divisions.
  • A flexible attitude and clear ability to modify and adapt as situations arise.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and promoting an inclusive work environment that fosters creativity and innovation.

How To Apply

Complete an online application 

For any questions please email at dhill9@niu.edu

EEO Statement and Visa Policy

In accordance with applicable statutes and regulations, NIU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, religion, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political affiliation, or any other factor unrelated to professional qualifications, and will comply with all applicable federal and state statutes, regulations and orders pertaining to nondiscrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document from upon hire.

Position Title: Senior Director of Advancement
Organization: NIU Foundation

Job Description and Responsibilities

This is a fundraiser position that works within the Gift Planning Team to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of individual major gift prospects. The primary responsibility is to obtain private major and planned gifts at the highest level. This individual also supports the priorities identified by the university. While the highest priority is to generate charitable gift revenue, this position will focus on securing major gifts of $25,000 or more.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree.
  • Five (5) years of experience with successful major gift solicitation.
  • Minimum of 4 years of professional experience in a collegiate environment.
  • Knowledge and experience in development and alumni relations fields.
  • Demonstrated exceptional writing skills, strong oral communication with group presentation skills.
  • Demonstrable commitment to the highest standard of ethical and professional conduct in accordance with the CASE Statement of Ethics, the Association of Fundraising Professionals Code of Ethical Principles and Standards, and The Donor Bill of Rights. (Membership not required.)
  • Demonstrably strong work ethic and entrepreneurial mentality. A high-level of integrity, focus and commitment to achieve ambitious goals is essential.
  • Familiarity with the "moves management" approach to major gift fundraising
  • Experience working within a matrixed organizational structure where performance responsibilities are evaluated in different divisions.
  • A flexible attitude and clear ability to modify and adapt as situations arise.
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and promoting an inclusive work environment that fosters creativity and innovation.

How To Apply

Complete an online application.

For any questions please email at dhill9@niu.edu.

EEO Statement and Visa Policy

In accordance with applicable statutes and regulations, NIU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, religion, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political affiliation, or any other factor unrelated to professional qualifications, and will comply with all applicable federal and state statutes, regulations and orders pertaining to nondiscrimination, equal opportunity and affirmative action.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document from upon hire.

Position Title: Institutional Giving Manager Organization: Angelic Organics Learning Center

About Angelic Organics Learning Center

Angelic Organics Learning Center is a regional leader helping to regenerate agriculture by building a healthy, green, fair local food and farm culture and economy. Established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in partnership to Angelic Organics farm in 1999, we reach more than 5,000 people each year through our educational programs and urban growing sites in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. We build sustainable local food and farm systems through experiential education and training programs in partnership with rural and urban people.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

The Institutional Giving Manager is a .75 FTE position. Primarily responsible for grant prospecting, proposals, management and reporting, the Institutional Giving Manager also coordinates our corporate giving and provides key support to our resource development and communications team.

How to apply

Qualified candidates apply by emailing a cover letter, resume and a 2-3 page writing sample preferably a sample Letter Of Intent or proposal to jobs@learngrowconnect.org.

Applications will be received and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, and position may start as soon as March 1. We’d appreciate all documents sent in PDF or Word format and “Institutional Giving Manager” included in the subject line item of the email. We look forward to receiving your information. No phone inquiries please.

View the complete job listing.

Position Title: Volunteer Coordinator Organization: Rockford Rescue Mision

Job Role

  • Manage, coordinate and oversee the volunteer program of Rockford Rescue Mission Ministries.
  • Recruit, interview and train excellent volunteers who assist in all Departments.
  • Recognize and affirm volunteers through personal contact, notes, and appreciation events.
  • Demonstrate compassion towards the poor, needy and homeless.

Apply online or e-Mail hr@rockfordrescuemission.org.

Position Title: Therapeutic Mentor Organization: Family Service Association of Greater Elgin

Job Summary

The Therapeutic Mentoring Program provides mental health rehabilitation interventions and supports necessary to assist clients in meeting their mental health treatment goals while in his/her own environment. Therapeutic Mentors coordinate services with other members of the client's treatment team such as, therapist and psychiatrist to help clients achieve rehabilitation resilience, and recovery

How to Apply

If you are an interested applicant, get more information about comprehensive job description and application details.

Position Title: Therapist

Job Description

Family Counseling is looking for part-time therapists, LCSWs and LCPCs are preferred but LSWs or LPCs will be considered if they will soon be taking their licensing exams. A position for a Spanish speaking therapist is also available. This is a great opportunity for therapists who are working in other fields but want to get a counseling experience or are semi-retired but interested in maintaining their clinical expertise or for those wanting a flexible, self-defined schedule while making a real difference in the lives of children and adults in our community.

How to Apply

To apply, resume to:

Eileen Liezert, Executive Director
Family Counseling Services
210 N. Longwood,
Rockford, IL 61107

Or by email to eileen@familycounselingrockford.org

Position Title: Regional Manager of Major Giving Programs Organization: The Salvation Army

Overview

KEES has been exclusively retained by The Salvation Army USA Central Territory in its search for two Regional Managers of Major Giving Programs at its Territorial Headquarters in the Chicago suburbs. 

The Salvation Army is an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by love for God. Its mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. The Salvation Army USA Central Territory is one of four national territories and serves as the administrative head of 10 Divisions and 257 corps (program service sites) throughout the central United States.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit resume and cover letter outlining your skills, interests, and desire in applying for this position to the confidential e-mail

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