Provide leadership and guidance for staff in the interpretation of Rule 132
Track QI data and complete timely reports
Track Quality in programs and ensure that all aspects of each service comply with all applicable Federal, State, and accreditation standards
Key contributor to the Behavioral Health team and the agency as a whole
If interest in applying for the position, please visit our website at www.aidcares.org
Bachelors degree in Human Services required
Masters Degree in Human Service Field required
LPHA or LCSW required
Minimum of 4 years experience working in the behavioral health field
Must be able to communicate verbally and in writing/typing
Meets Agency eligibility requirements and/or drives self, clients, personal and/or agency vehicles to attend offsite meetings
Proficient in the use of general business equipment including Computers, Calculators, FAX, Copy Machines and Telephones with a voice mail system, Microsoft programs
Attend in-service trainings, as required
Valid Illinois Driver’s license-preferred
Use of employee personal transportation
Minimum amount of automobile liability insurance as defined by AID’s personnel policies if personal vehicle is used during work hours
Mission of agency: To empower people with physical, developmental, intellectual and mental health challenges to enjoy lives of dignity and purpose.
Departmental goal: To provide clinically effective, innovative behavioral health services to assist consumers in the process of mental health recovery.
Internal Number: 1134
About Association for Individual Development
Since 1961, The Association for Individual Development (AID) has served individuals with developmental, intellectual, physical and/or mental health challenges, those who have suffered a trauma and those at risk. Vital, life-enriching services that promote the highest level of independence and community immersion include: autism programs; respite care; permanent supportive housing; in-home support; developmental and vocational training; job placement and on-the-job coaching services; crisis intervention; victims services; mental health treatment; behavioral intervention; health and wellness; community education; and advocacy.
Operating in the greater Fox Valley area and other western suburban counties, AID is a leading provider of services that address the unique needs of individuals throughout every stage of their lives.
Serving over 6,000 children and adults, AID operates community day centers in Elgin, Aurora, Batavia, and Yorkville; mental health outpatient clinics throughout the Fox Valley and McHenry areas; supports over 500 individuals living in their own apartments; and more than 200 individuals in group homes scattered throughout the greater Fox Valley.