Looking for Compassionate, Caring and Energetic Employees
Director of Family Services – Chileda is a living and learning center where we focus on improving the quality of life for youth with cognitive challenges and extraordinary behavioral needs. We are adding a Director of Family Services to our growing team to supervise and mentor Case Managers and a Family Services Specialist, lead family therapy sessions, counsel students, and serve as a lead Client’s Rights Specialist. This is a great opportunity to advance your counseling or social work career by leading a department.
Primary duties for the Director of Family Services:
- Supervise and mentor Case Managers by overseeing, co-facilitating treatment goals, visuals, and all aspects from enrollment to discharge.
- Coordinate Family Days at least quarterly with opportunities for family involvement and parent training as requested.
- Provide family and student counseling as requested and serve as Lead Client’s Rights Specialist.
- Send out yearly satisfaction surveys to students and parents/guardians and social service agencies. Aggregate data and submit to administration.
- Ensure treatment plans comply with all applicable licensing, and agency specific requirements.
- Maintain a comprehensive and current knowledge base of funding mechanisms within each of the counties and states that are currently served by Chileda.
- Participate in enrollment committee meetings and attend pre-enrollment meetings.
- Collect and monitor enrollment, discharge, and treatment plan data. Report on data at least quarterly in administrative team meetings. Complete licensing requirements for out of state discharged students (ICPC).
- Review and update the Civil Rights Compliance Plan as necessary.
Requirements for the Director of Family Services:
- Master’s degree in Social Work or behavioral science field.
- Two years of supervised work experience in a family or child welfare agency, with experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder and attachment challenges is preferred.
- LCSW or LPC is preferred.
- Two years of supervisor experience required.
This is an exempt position with a full benefits package offered.
If you are interested in this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to Dana Von Ruden, Director of Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Chileda is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Direct Support Professional – Chileda’s Direct Support Professional positions are active, fun and rewarding. What’s Chileda? We’re NOT a Mexican restaurant, we’re an integrated school and residential center located in La Crosse, Wisconsin, where we serve students (aged 6-21) with autism spectrum disorders and other cognitive and behavioral challenges. As the first significant papers were being published on autism, Chileda was already helping families find unique and tailored approaches to each individual child they served. 45 years later, we continue and need you as a Direct Support Professional.
Benefits of Direct Support Professionals:
- Competitive starting wages
- Full and part time schedules to fit your life on first, second, and third shift
- Opportunities for advancement into leadership roles
What’s a typical day like for Direct Support Professionals?
- Work directly with students helping to implement Behavior Plans, Individualized Education Programs and Activities for Daily Living
- Assist students on community outings
- Help students engage in large and small group activities
If you would like more information on our Direct Support Professional positions or want to apply, download our application on our website or stop into our facility at 1825 Victory Street for an application. Chileda is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
- $12.00 – $15.00/hour starting wage
- $1.00/hour more on weekends
- $1.00/hour 3rd Shift Differential
- $0.50/hour raise after completing 160 traineeship hours and required 90 day and six month trainings
Please email employment inquiries to email@example.com
About La Crosse
“Gorgeous bluffs rising to the east and the river and bluffs to the west; La Crosse is nestled in a most unique scenic area. La Crosse boasts the confluence of three rivers: the Mississippi River, the Black River, and the La Crosse River. The bluffs, rivers, forests and prairies offer exceptional recreational activities: The City of La Crosse has 42 parks scattered throughout the City; the most popular are those along the banks of the rivers. Shopping, dining, arts & entertainment, historic downtown La Crosse offers experiences not found elsewhere. Unique restaurants and side walk cafés and coffee shops intermingle with boutiques and places for late night entertainment. The Pump House Regional Arts Center features art exhibits, the La Crosse Community Theatre offers productions, and music lovers will be in awe of the La Crosse Symphony, local jazz concerts, or rock-n-roll bands. In La Crosse you’ll find opportunities for higher education in both UW-La Crosse, Viterbo University, and Western Technical College.”
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