OPEN POSITIONS


Administration

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Adolescent Outpatient

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Adolescent Program

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Agency Planning

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Billing

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Business Office

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CABHI Program

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CADC

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Case Manager

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Central Intake

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Client Benefits

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Community Integration Program

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Community Service

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COPE

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Early Head Start

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Family Enrichment

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Family Recovery

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Fatherhood

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Fatherhood-Family Enrichment

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Fatherhood Program

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Finance

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Grand Blvd

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Grants Department

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Health and Wellness

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Human Resources

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Integrated Care Program

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MAC Child Development

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Multiple Programs

CASE AID


Assists team in a variety of transportation, patient care, clerical, and reception tasks in order to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of treatment program flow.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


•  Monitor physical and emotional health status of patients and facilitate appropriate referral when assessed to need medical, psychiatric, dental evaluation/care.
•  Complete required forms pertaining to patient admission to program.
•  Provide orientation to program and unit for newly admitted patients.
•  Monitor patient movement, patient phone calls, and various patient activities.
•  Conduct patient’s personal search, room search, and various patient activities.
•  Observe patient urine drops and maintain chain-of-custody to record drop and transport drop to Haymarket Center lab for testing.
•  Assist in the transportation of patients.
•  Perform and document patient life checks.
•  Attend patient staffing and/or interventions.
•  Seek appropriate supervision in situations requiring clinical or programmatic decisions.
•  Other duties as required for effective team work or as assigned by Supervisor.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED
• High School Diploma or equivalent.
• Experience in substance abuse or related field preferred
• Valid Illinois Driver’s License
• Computer proficiency
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Flexibility in days and hours available for work, including weekends and holidays

CASE MANAGER

Responsible for assessment, goal-setting, resource identification, linking, advocacy, intra and inter-agency coordination. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


• Facilitate didactic and therapeutic groups and document for each patient regarding case management needs
• Assess residents for continuing substance and other personal and social problems
• Provide case management, referral, and referent contact services to patients and documents in patient chart
• Assists residents in achieving goals of mutually agreed upon care plans for substance abuse rehabilitation and after care
• Assists residents to link with needed family and community resources
• Seeks appropriate supervision requiring clinical or programmatic decisions

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Knowledge of substance abuse or related field
• Good verbal and written communication skills. 

COUNSELOR (CADC and/or clinical licensure required)

Facilitates and monitors physical and emotional health status of adult patients being treated for substance use and/or mental health issues. Provides appropriate referral when assessed to need medical, psychiatric, dental evaluation/care

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


• Facilitate didactic and therapeutic groups and document for each patient in attendance
• Clinically assess and re-assess patients for appropriate level of care. Document assessment in patient chart
• Provide clinical treatment planning, treatment referral, and continued care/aftercare planning to assigned patients and document same in patient charts
• Maintain assigned patient charts in manner which meets Haymarket Center’s Quality Assurance standards and is clear in its documentation of patient’s progress in treatment
• Monitor patient medication self-administration and document medications dispensed
• Monitor family visits/family sessions and document same in patient chart
• Provide crisis intervention as required and follow-up clinical assessment with patient(s) involved to determine need for appropriate clinical course of action
• Attend patient staffing/interventions and document outcomes in patient chart
• Meet weekly with supervisor or designee for clinical supervision
• Seeks further supervision when appropriate and necessary
• Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
• High school diploma or equivalent
• CADC and/or clinical licensure required
• Ability to multi-task
• Good computer skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

 

DETOX SPECALIST

Facilitate initiation and participation in detox program.  Assist in the detoxification of individuals and provide patient care in order to stabilize them for assessment and referral for an appropriate level of treatment services.  Flexibility to work various shifts as required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Monitor physical and emotional health status of patients and facilitate appropriate referral when       assessed to      need medical, psychiatric, dental evaluation/care.
  • Completion of required forms pertaining to patient admission to program.
  • Provision of orientation to program and unit for newly admitted patients.
  • Monitor patient movement, patient phone call, and various patient activities.
  • Conduct patient’s personal search, room search, and package search.
  • Observe patient urine drops and maintain chain-of-custody to record drop and transport drop to Haymarket Center lab                                                 
  • Assist in the transportation of patients and driving of patients if valid driver’s license and good driving record.
  • Perform and document patient life checks.
  • Attend patient staffing and/or interventions.
  • Seek appropriate supervision in situations requiring clinical or programmatic decisions.
  • Seek Performs other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • 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, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable  accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
  • Ability to work with others.  Good customer service skills.
  • CARS certification or eligible
  • Excellent writing and typing skills.  High ethical standards and sound judgment in dealing with confidential information.
  • Self-starter, detail oriented, good decision making skills, and seeks supervision when needed.
  • Knowledge of “Core Functions” and substance abuse or related field preferred.
  • Can deal with multiple projects in stressful environment.

 

 

RECOVERY COACH (CADC and/or clinical licensure required)

TCE-HIV for Minority Women Project, provides trauma-informed individual services to adult, substance-using women by following evidence-based practices; assists clients in building recovery resources; and develops individual Recovery Plans that help clients enhance self-efficacy, maintain abstinence in treatment, reduce HIV risk and/or transmission behaviors, and continue recovery post-treatment.

ESENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


• Engage clients in treatment through motivational interviewing and motivational enhancement techniques
• Work with clients to develop a Recovery Plan that addresses their comprehensive needs
• Implements Contingency Management in accordance with project protocols
• Use client-centered and self-directed approaches to recovery planning
• Link clients to recovery support services and, as needed, HIV case management and care
• Ensure the client understands the Medication Assisted Therapy contract
• Assist clients in accessing other services, both on and off site, to meet their additional needs
• Collaborate with clients to engage family members in recovery planning
• Adhere to the Recovery Coach curriculum to its fidelity
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED
Requires high school diploma or equivalent, bachelor's degree preferred
CADC and/or clinical licensure required
Knowledge in substance abuse or related field
Good verbal and communication skills (strong documentation required)
Computer literate
Valid IL driver's license
Ability to work flexible hours

 

Maintenance

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Managed Care

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MATER Hall B

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Medical

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Men's Integrated Care

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Men's Medical Detoxification

LPN

To deliver nursing care to patient/residents long-term or rehabilitative care.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  Works under direct supervision using Policies and Procedures and nursing judgement.  Delivers nursing care to patients requiring substance abuse treatment and health care.  Assess patient and make observations and reports pertinent information to appropriate staff.  Implements the patient and evaluates the patient response to care.  Directs and supervises medical care given by other staff members in selected situations.  Maintains knowledge of necessary documentation requirements.  Maintains confidentiality and patient rights, regarding all patient personnel information.  Provides patient/family/caregiver education.  Conducts self in a professional manner in compliance with unit and facility policies.  Works rotating shifts, holidays and weekends as scheduled.  Initiates emergency support measures (i.e., CPR, protects patients from injury).  Participants in the identification of staff educational needs.  Serves as a preceptor, as delegated, for new staff.  Maintain patient care supplies, equipment and environment. Participates in the development of unit objectives.  Provides input in the formulation and evaluation of standards of care.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

Must posses a current, unencumbered license to practice as a LPN in this state. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.  Must posses the ability to make independent decisions when necessary.  Must be able to relate information concerning a patient/resident condition.  Must be able to move intermittently throughout the work day.  Must be able to speak the English language in an understandable manner.  Must be able to cope with the mental and emotional stress of the position.  Must be able to see and hear or use prosthetics that will enable the senses to function.  adequately, to ensure that the requirements of this position can be fully met ( i.e., accurately read measurements on patient related equipment such as thermometers, monitors, gauges).   Must be able to function independently, have personal integrity, flexibility and the ability to work effectively with patients, staff personnel, and support agencies.  Must be in good general health and demonstrate emotional stability.  Must be able to relate and work with the disabled, ill, elderly, emotionally upset, and at times hostile people within the facility.  Must be able to lift, push, pull, and move a minimum of 50 pounds.  Must be able to assist with the evacuation of patients.  Nurse is a high risk for exposure to blood and body fluids or other potentially infectious materials.  Can deal with multiple projects in stressful environment. Represents self and agency well. Organized.

Men's Recovery Home

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Men's Residential

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MIT(Formally MISA Expansion)

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Nursing

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Office Services

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O'Hare Outreach

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Outpatient

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Payroll

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PPW

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RSP

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Sangamon House

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Security

SECURITY OFFICER

REQUIREMENTS: Must have high school diploma or equivalent combination of training and experience Minimum of one year experience in the security related field and at least 20 hours of training in security or an equivalent combination of training and experience Must have the ability to operate standard office equipment Must have good verbal communication skills Knowledge and ability of techniques to control unruly persons and /or clients, while still maintaining a proper attitude Valid Driver’s License Possess good judgment PERC Card required

STAR Program

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Supply

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Support Services

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WIT(Formerly MISA)

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Wholly Innocence Daycare

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Women's Medical Detoxification

DRIVER (2nd Shift)

Drives agency van to transport clients to appointments and/or assigned destinations.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS :


• Maintains logs, assists in milieu management
• Dispenses program supplies
• Assists in maintaining order and monitoring the behavior of clients not engaged in scheduled activities
• Escorts and prepares clients for transportation, program activities and meals.
• Assists in the preparation of client for referral and discharge
• Monitors the health and safety of the residents
• Assists staff in monitoring residents compliance with program goals and rules
• Oversee physical condition of unit and make appropriate recommendations
• Compile daily statistics from previous days logs
• Perform other duties as assigned

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED :
• High School diploma or equivalent
• Knowledge of substance abuse and client care preferred
• Valid Illinois Driver’s License
• Ability to drive transportation vehicle
• Good verbal and written communication skills
• ability to comply with confidentiality policy and procedures for high-risk clients.

 

LPN

To deliver nursing care to patient/residents long-term or rehabilitative care.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  Works under direct supervision using Policies and Procedures and nursing judgement.  Delivers nursing care to patients requiring substance abuse treatment and health care.  Assess patient and make observations and reports pertinent information to appropriate staff.  Implements the patient and evaluates the patient response to care.  Directs and supervises medical care given by other staff members in selected situations.  Maintains knowledge of necessary documentation requirements.  Maintains confidentiality and patient rights, regarding all patient personnel information.  Provides patient/family/caregiver education.  Conducts self in a professional manner in compliance with unit and facility policies.  Works rotating shifts, holidays and weekends as scheduled.  Initiates emergency support measures (i.e., CPR, protects patients from injury).  Participants in the identification of staff educational needs.  Serves as a preceptor, as delegated, for new staff.  Maintain patient care supplies, equipment and environment. Participates in the development of unit objectives.  Provides input in the formulation and evaluation of standards of care.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

Must posses a current, unencumbered license to practice as a LPN in this state. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.  Must posses the ability to make independent decisions when necessary.  Must be able to relate information concerning a patient/resident condition.  Must be able to move intermittently throughout the work day.  Must be able to speak the English language in an understandable manner.  Must be able to cope with the mental and emotional stress of the position.  Must be able to see and hear or use prosthetics that will enable the senses to function.  adequately, to ensure that the requirements of this position can be fully met ( i.e., accurately read measurements on patient related equipment such as thermometers, monitors, gauges).   Must be able to function independently, have personal integrity, flexibility and the ability to work effectively with patients, staff personnel, and support agencies.  Must be in good general health and demonstrate emotional stability.  Must be able to relate and work with the disabled, ill, elderly, emotionally upset, and at times hostile people within the facility.  Must be able to lift, push, pull, and move a minimum of 50 pounds.  Must be able to assist with the evacuation of patients.  Nurse is a high risk for exposure to blood and body fluids or other potentially infectious materials.  Can deal with multiple projects in stressful environment. Represents self and agency well. Organized.

Women's Integrated Care

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Women's Residential

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Send resume to:
Janice Locke
932 W. Washington, Chicago, IL 60607
or fax: (312) 226-1501
Those applying internally must submit an interview request form
EOE/M/F D/V

No phone calls please
Haymarket Center is an equal opportunity employer
We maintain a drug free work environment.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, makes it unlawful to discriminate in employment against any qualified individuals with a disabilities. Reasonable accommodations can be made to ensure that an employee is able to complete their essential functions of their job duties.