Neumann Family Services is having a Job Fair!
When: Saturday, January 25, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Neumann's main office: 5547 N. Ravenswood, Chicago, IL (5600 north, 1800 west. Accessible by Red Line, Clark and Damen buses. Street parking available).
Who: Candidates for Direct Service Professionals and Residential Supervisors. Bring your resume and your driver's license (State ID not acceptable).
Here are the details for Direct Service Professionals:
Direct Service Professionals provide guidance and support to people who need help to be self-sufficient. DSPs provide this support to a wide range of individuals including people with physical, psychiatric, or cognitive disabilities or chronic illness. Qualifications: One year of Social Service experience plus High School Diploma/GED. Some college preferred. Must be at least 21 years of age, possess a valid IL driver's license, pass a criminal background check and pass the Test of Adult Basic Education.
Here are the details for the Residential Supervisors:
Our Residential Supervisors manage the day to day operations of residential homes providing services to adults with developmental disabilities and/or mental illness. Responsible for ensuring all services are provided including individual program plans,, recreational activities, case management, medication management and monitoring, overall site cleanliness, staff scheduling and supervision. The supervisor acts in a leadership role and performs all tasks related to the coordination, monitoring and supervision of assigned residential facilities and staff. Acts as a liaison between residential services and other client-needed services. Qualifications: BA/BS degree in social work, psychology or related field. Master's degree strongly preferred. Must have at least one year of experience working with adults with a developmental disability or mental illness and be qualified as a QIDP or QMHP. Prior supervisory experience working with DD/MI individuals strongly preferred. Must have excellent communication, decision-making, problem-solving and organizational skills. Individual must be able to work independently. Must have initiative, creativity and be a self-starter. Must possess a valid driver's license , pass a criminal background check and pass the Test of Adult Basic Education. Must have own transportation.
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: email@example.com
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.