Current Openings

At Family Counseling Center, Inc., we are dedicated to helping Southern Illinoisans across their lifespan reach their full potential. For over 40 years, Family Counseling Center, Inc., has been building well-being by addressing healthcare needs, teaching employable skills, supporting schools, students and caregivers, providing safe and stable housing, and assisting in the access of critical resources. We provide community-based behavioral health care, substance-abuse treatment and intellectual and developmental disabilities services in the southern seven counties throughout Illinois. We’re committed to planning prevention and remediation to ensure that our communities remain safe and vibrant for everyone. If you think you’re a good match to join our organization, please review the career opportunities listed below and submit your application. We look forward to hearing from you!

Community Advocate (120 Youth Outpatient Program)

JOB TYPE: Full-time, 40 hours per week
PRIMARY LOCATION: Johnson County Office
SALARY: $20,452 to $29,368 per year

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
(MHP eligible employee) Intervenes and evaluates consumers, establishes diagnosis, as needed. Assists in the development of the individual treatment plan collaboratively with consumers and the QMHP by defining goals, specific outcomes and time‑frames for treatment. Monitor consumer’s behavior. MHP eligible employee: Provides crisis intervention to stabilize consumer’s condition by utilizing short‑term crisis intervention techniques and/or referral to other support services. Intervenes to change attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of consumers to improve individual and family level of functioning. Maintains networking and referral contacts with other human service providers both internally and externally. Completes required monthly direct service hours to consumers. Carries a caseload as assigned by direct supervisor. Facilitates comprehensive consumer care by providing case management services. Facilitates recreation/socialization and cultural activities for consumers which provide enjoyable outings that prepare and encourage them to engage in activities independent of the agency. Effectively teaches life-management skills to consumers. Provides and arranges transportation services to consumers which they translate to their natural environment. Demonstrates active involvement in supervision and clinical staffing. Ability to screen, assess and provide interventions for consumers that are exhibiting symptoms of trauma. Travels to off-site services. Participates in after hours and day call crisis rotation, if eligible as MHP. Schedules evening appointments if needed.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
Must have knowledge of case management processes, area resources/service systems, crisis intervention/conflict resolution, word processing and basic computer skills. Employee must be able to assist the QMHP in addressing individual client treatment needs and document clients’ progress toward the goals and objectives identified on the Individual Treatment Plan. Excellent written and oral communications, ability to teach basic life skills and problem solving strategies are required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum of high school diploma or GED equivalent. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field is preferred. MHP is preferred. Employee must be at least 21 years old to drive agency vehicles. Maintain a valid driver’s license and vehicle liability insurance.

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:
Sarah Newman, Behavioral Health Assistant Director of Youth Services (temporarily until Youth Programs Coordinator is filled).

Community Advocate (110 Adult Outpatient Program)

JOB TYPE: Full-time, 40 hours per week
PRIMARY LOCATION: Johnson County Office
SALARY: $20,452 to $29,368 per year

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
(MHP eligible employee) Intervenes and evaluates consumers, establishes diagnosis, as needed. Assists in the development of the individual treatment plan collaboratively with consumers and the QMHP by defining goals, specific outcomes and time‑frames for treatment. Monitor consumer’s behavior. MHP eligible employee: Provides crisis intervention to stabilize consumer’s condition by utilizing short‑term crisis intervention techniques and/or referral to other support services. Intervenes to change attitudes, beliefs and behaviors of consumers to improve individual and family level of functioning. Maintains networking and referral contacts with other human service providers both internally and externally. Completes required monthly direct service hours to consumers. Carries a caseload as assigned by direct supervisor. Facilitates comprehensive consumer care by providing case management services. Facilitates recreation/socialization and cultural activities for consumers which provide enjoyable outings that prepare and encourage them to engage in activities independent of the agency. Effectively teaches life-management skills to consumers. Provides and arranges transportation services to consumers which they translate to their natural environment. Demonstrates active involvement in supervision and clinical staffing. Ability to screen, assess and provide interventions for consumers that are exhibiting symptoms of trauma. Travels to off-site services. Participates in after hours and day call crisis rotation, if eligible as MHP. Schedules evening appointments if needed.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
Must have knowledge of case management processes, area resources/service systems, crisis intervention/conflict resolution, word processing and basic computer skills. Employee must be able to assist the QMHP in addressing individual client treatment needs and document clients’ progress toward the goals and objectives identified on the Individual Treatment Plan. Excellent written and oral communications, ability to teach basic life skills and problem solving strategies are required.

MINIMUM QUALITFICATIONS:
Minimum of high school diploma or GED equivalent. Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field is preferred. MHP is preferred. Employee must be at least 21 years old to drive agency vehicles. Maintain a valid driver’s license and vehicle liability insurance.

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:
Ashton Madsen, Adult Programs Coordinator

Support Technician (Illinois C.N.A. Licensure)

JOB TYPE: Full-time, 40 hours per week
PRIMARY LOCATION: Johnson County, Autumn Ridge Supportive Living Facility
SALARY: To be determined

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum of high school diploma or GED equivalent; Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A.) certification/licensure required; one year direct service experience with geriatrics preferred must be at least 18 years of age.

SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE:
Fundamental knowledge of geriatrics & service care planning, and the medical, intellectual and social requirements; Learning theories and their application to elderly; Diagnosis assessment, evaluation, behavior intervention, written and oral communication skills and teaching; Word processing and basic computer skills and the ability to relate to adults.

FULL-TIME BENEFITS PACKAGE:
Includes 100% employer paid health insurance valued at over $8,000, 100% employer paid $25,000 life insurance policy, elective dental and vision coverage, 8 hours of vacation time-off per month, 24 hours personal time-off per year, 8 hours of sick time-off per month and 40 hours of bereavement time-off per year, 8 hours of volunteer time per year, 11 paid holidays.

Youth Outpatient Counselor/Therapist

DIVISION/PROGRAMS: Intensive Placement Stabilization
PRIMARY LOCATION:  Johnson County Office – Oliver Street Center, Vienna, IL
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelors Degree in Human Services and qualifies as a MHP required. Master’s Degree is strongly preferred. Experience/expertise in trauma therapy or working with the child welfare system also preferred.

Ongoing Openings

Family Counseling Center, Inc. is always seeking candidates for the following positions:

Call-in Direct Support Person

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma/GED. Please complete and submit our online Employment Application Form or mail resume to:

Family Counseling Center, Inc.
c/o Human Resources
PO Box 1328
Vienna, Illinois 62995

Adult and Youth Outpatient Counselor/Therapist

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field and must have a valid driver’s license.  Master’s Degree is preferred. Please complete and submit our online Employment Application Form or mail resume to:

Family Counseling Center, Inc.
c/o Human Resources
PO Box 1328
Vienna, Illinois 62995

Call-in Support Technician with CNA at
Autumn Ridge Supportive Living Facility

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma/GED, and valid Certified Nurses Aid credentials. Please complete and submit our online Employment Application Form or mail resume to:

Family Counseling Center, Inc.
c/o Human Resources
PO Box 1328
Vienna, Illinois 62995

Call-in Cook at Autumn Ridge Supportive Living Facility

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess a valid Food Handler’s Certification, be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma/GED. Please complete and submit our online Employment Application Form or mail resume to:

Family Counseling Center, Inc.
c/o Human Resources
PO Box 1328
Vienna, Illinois 62995

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This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Selection of employees for Family Counseling Center, Inc. shall be performed in such a manner as to ensure equal consideration of all qualified applicants. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, marital status, protected veteran status or national origin.