How to apply to work at Neumann Family Services
You must apply using a Neumann Family Services Application. Applicants who do not submit a Neumann Family Services application form will be asked to do so in order to be considered. Complete the Employment Application and submit it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualified candidates will be invited to Neumann Family Services main office at 5547 N. Ravenswood on Monday or Wednesday at 11:45am for TABE testing. Candidates coming to Neumann for testing must bring their resume and drivers license.
Use this link to open the application form:
Neumann Family Services Employment Application.pdf (121 KB)
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Part- time Direct Support Professional (Multiple Positions on Evenings and Weekends)
Salary Range: $10.22-$11.72 per hour
General Functions: Responsible for supervision, training development and implementation of individual program plan, behavior management program, all related activities and required documentation as defined by the treatment team. Advocate is under the supervision of the Residential Coordinator. If you are flexible we have the hours at either our Mental Health sites and/or Developmental Disabilities sites on evenings and weekends.
Minumum Qualifications: Must be at least at least 21 years of age, possess a valid drivers license, and pass a fingerprint background check. Applicants must also possess a High School diploma or a combination of a GED and Associates degree. Background or experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities or mental illness is preferred.
Hours: 8am to 4pm M-F *Variable
Salary Range: $10.46-$13.03 based on experience
General Functions: Member of the Habilitation team providing employment services to consumers. This position is directly responsible for developing and maintaining mutually beneficial relationships with the business community in order to generate employment opportunities for consumers. Monitors and assesses the work performance of consumers at community work sites, provides consultation to community employers, promotes the development of natural supports and workplace interactions and provides input into the development of treatment plans for an assigned caseload. Additionally the Job Developer functions as an advocate for consumers in the workforce and promotes services as an option to assist employers solve their hiring needs. Job Developer is responsible for all tasks and paperwork related to the clients placement per their program plan. Candidate must be able to present in a professional manner in business settings. Strong communication, computer, and multasking skills are need for this postion.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree in related field or 5 years sales/marketing experience. Valid Illinois drivers license and approval from agencies insurance carrier to operate agency vehicles required for transportation of individuals fo employment. Additional qualifications applicable to positions requiring use of a Pace transit-Authority vehicle include: a minimum age of 23 years, clean driving record for the past 2 yearsand no at-fault accidents within the last 3 years. Experience working with the ID/MI population preferred.
Career Services QIDP/QMHP
Hours: 8 am-4pm M-F
Department: Career Services
Minimum Qualifications: Masters' degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or related field (QMHP with licensure as LPC or LSW) and at least one year's experience (paid or volunteer) working with individuals with intellectual disabilities to be QIDP eligible. The ability to multitask with excellent writing/community skills is needed for this role. Candidates with experience work with individuals with chronic mental illness and intellectual disabilities preferred.
General Qualifications: The Career Services QIDP/QMHP is an integral member of the treatment team that is able to work with clients with a variety of support needs and in a variety of settings. This position allows the unique opportunity for the CS-Q to learn about services for individuals with mental illness, individuals with intellectual disabilities, and those interested in vocational rehabilitation. This position will provide the free training opportunity to be certified as a QIDP in the State of Illinois, as well as, training in the IPS employment model. The CS-Q is responsible for facilitating client meetings and the approval of the individualized program plans. This staff will maintain positive working relationships with all team members (internally and externally). The CS-Q will also facilitate assessment and clinical support needs for an assigned caseload of therapy clients with free clinical supervision by an LPHA.
Day Program and Community Connections Manager
Department: Developmental Training
Salary: Based on experience
Mandatory Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in rehabilitation or related field with a minimum of one year paid experience in social services. Supervisory experience preferred along with experience working with developmentally disabled adults. Designation as a Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP) formerly known as Qualified Mental Retardation Professional (QMRP) desirable. The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years of experience with community outreach.
General Functions: The Community Connections and Day Program Manager is a member of the habilitation and administrative team, responsible for overseeing the implementation of programming for the developmentally disabled population. In addition, this position includes supervisory and managerial responsibilities with designated staff members. The Manager will be responsible for building community relationships for clients (volunteering opportunities, park district, gyms, job opportunities, etc). The candidate must have past experience with community outreach as this will be a large focus of the position. The manager is directly responsible to and under the immediate supervision of the Director of Day Programming.
Lead Instructor - QIDP
Department: Developmental Training
Starting Salary: $14.59/hour
Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS degree in social work, psychology or related field plus one year paid, full-time experience in the social service field working with adults with developmental disabilities. Must be QIDP eligible. Must have a valid Illinois driver's license and approval from agency insurance carrier to operate agency vehicles required. Must pass Test of Adult Basic Education, Criminal Background Check and Nurse Aide Registry.
General Functions: Provides comprehensive educationally based services to consumers with disabilities. Participates in the development of treatment plans for an assigned caseload and serves as a member of the consumer's habilitation team. Responsibilities include consumer supervision, group and individual instructional training, and completion of consumer and program records. Responsible for a caseload of up to 30 individuals for which the Lead Instructor would provide QIDP duties.