Join Our Josselyn Team!

Join the 71 year tradition of providing quality community care.

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please contact bkaleta@josselyn.org.

Position Summary:

The clinician is responsible for clinical services provided to children, adolescents and/or adults, as assigned.  The clinician is held accountable for all related clinical, administrative, and Quality and Compliance responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  • Clinically related graduate degree
  • Three professional references that reflect ability to perform clinical work
  • Achieved licensure at highest possible level

Employment Requirements:

  • Malpractice Insurance
  • ADA Considerations:
  • Ability to read, write and speak English
  • Physical Requirements
  • Strength not a requirement
  • Manual Dexterity not a requirement
  • Visual Discrimination not a requirement
  • Hearing ability for normal sounds
  • Mental Requirements include demonstrating good judgment and ability to organize data and anticipate scheduling issues
  • No Environmental Requirements
  • Occasional travel may be required so must be able to drive and hold valid driver’s license
  • OSHA Category for Blood Bourne Pathogens Exposure

Clinical Responsibilities:

Provides Therapy, Counseling and Crisis Intervention to Clients and their Families (Provides high-quality service and maintains direct service hours per month of 60% for advanced clinicians and 56% for others).

Creates IMCANS (IATP) Assessment (Completes IATP within 30 days of initial meeting with client, modifies and reviews as needed, updates and records IATP in CIS as needed and ensures updates are completed prior to six months due date).

  • Case management
  • Client centered consultation with community providers
  • Attendance and participation at clinical presentations
  • Use of supervision or consultation when required or needed

Quality and Compliance Responsibilities:

  • All Progress Notes will be entered into the medical record as soon as possible but in no more than three business days of the date of service
  • Provide timely completion of Level of Care Utilization System (LOCUS) (for adults)
  • Provide timely completion of Columbia and Ohio Scales (for children)
  • Compliance with all Policy and Procedures
  • Maintain productivity goals as determined by supervisor

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Keep weekly schedule current
  • Be responsive to the business office regarding client fees/payments
  • Complete requests time off in a timely through the Program Director
  • Participate in Accreditation and Certification processes as directed
  • Participate in Committee Work as directed
  • Participate in Strategic Planning as appropriate
  • Participate in Community Related Services as appropriate
  • Represent the agency with integrity
  • Provide clinical supervision to student intern

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please contact bkaleta@josselyn.org.

Position Summary:

The Therapist is responsible for clinical services provided to children, adolescents and/or adults, as assigned.  The clinician is held accountable for all related clinical, administrative, and Quality and Compliance responsibilities.

Qualifications:

  • Clinically related graduate degree, LCPC, LCSW required
  • Three professional references that reflect ability to perform clinical work
  • 2 Year of post Master’s degree experience required.

Employment Requirements:

  • Malpractice Insurance
  • ADA Considerations:
  • Ability to read, write and speak English
  • Physical Requirements
  • Strength not a requirement
  • Manual Dexterity not a requirement
  • Visual Discrimination not a requirement
  • Hearing ability for normal sounds
  • Mental Requirements include demonstrating good judgment and ability to organize data and anticipate scheduling issues
  • No Environmental Requirements
  • Occasional travel may be required so must be able to drive and hold valid driver’s license
  • OSHA Category for Blood Bourne Pathogens Exposure

Clinical Responsibilities:

Provides Therapy, Counseling and Crisis Intervention to Clients and their Families (Provides high-quality service and maintains direct service hours per month of 60% for advanced clinicians and 56% for others).

Creates IMCANS (IATP) Assessment (Completes IATP within 30 days of initial meeting with client, modifies and reviews as needed, updates and records IATP in CIS as needed and ensures updates are completed prior to six months due date).

  • Case management
  • Client centered consultation with community providers
  • Attendance and participation at clinical presentations
  • Use of supervision or consultation when required or needed
  • Supervise interns

Quality and Compliance Responsibilities:

  • All Progress Notes will be entered into the medical record as soon as possible but in no more than three business days of the date of service
  • Provide timely completion of Level of Care Utilization System (LOCUS) (for adults)
  • Provide timely completion of Columbia and Ohio Scales (for children)
  • Compliance with all Policy and Procedures
  • Maintain productivity goals as determined by supervisor

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Keep weekly schedule current
  • Be responsive to the business office regarding client fees/payments
  • Complete requests time off in a timely through the Program Director
  • Participate in Accreditation and Certification processes as directed
  • Participate in Committee Work as directed
  • Participate in Strategic Planning as appropriate
  • Participate in Community Related Services as appropriate
  • Represent the agency with integrity
  • Provide clinical supervision to student intern

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please contact [email protected].

Position Summary:

The Josselyn Center seeks an organized, detail- and deadline-oriented individual to manage the donor management system and implement successful annual fund appeals any related campaigns and appeals.

Primary Job Requirements:

Database Management
:
The Josselyn Center seeks an organized, detail- and deadline-oriented individual to manage Raiser’s Edge NXT, the donor management system used by the External Affairs Department. This position is responsible for data structure, supervision, data retrieval, report customization and analysis, policies and procedures, security, and data entry quality control, under the supervision of the Director of External Affairs.

  •  Maintain the overall quality and integrity of the Raiser’s Edge NXT database, including working with Raiser’s Edge NXT to troubleshoot problems, and staying current with system updates
  • Maintain highly accurate and current donor data that effectively tracks key information, cultivation activities and histories, and solicitation and reporting calendars
  • Work with the Director of External Affairs to establish and maintain best practices and procedures 
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly revenue reports, weekly report recaps, and reports for the President and Board of Directors
  • Create and generate various financial and dashboard reports for the EA Department, President, and other staff
  • Query and pull data reports as requested for EA Director, President, and Finance Department as needed
  •  Enter all donations and correspondences, upload donor documentation as needed
  • Generate timely acknowledgement letters to donors (within 48 hours of receipt)
  •  Manage integration of all software supporting RENXT
  •  Maintain a strict code of confidentiality
  • Manage External Affairs budget
  • Manage tracking of monthly revenue and reconcile gifts and pledges with Accounting dept.
  • Assist Director of External Affairs and President in budget reporting and development 

Annual Fund Management:

Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of External Affairs, the Annual Fund Manager will have primary responsibility for
implementing successful annual fund appeals and any related campaigns and appeals. This position will lead the development of a base of support among individual donors and develop philanthropic strategies to retain their support. The Annual Fund Manager is a member of the EA team.

  • Work with Director of External Affairs to strategize, write and send out 2-3 direct mail appeals annually
  • Refresh and send out thank you correspondence to donors resulting from each appeal
  • Track and send out timely pledge reminders to individual donors with pledges
  • Strategize and implement stewardship and cultivation strategies for individual donors
  • Identify individual donors who are candidates for Major Gift cultivation
  • Identify and implement retention strategies forindividual donors  

Other:

  • Participate in staff meetings, training and other activities as directed
  • Places orders with printers and other vendors for EA appeals and marketing as needed

 Position Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree with two years of relevant experience in fundraising
  • Proven experience with data entry and analysis, reporting and some project management
  • Knowledge of RENXT or similar donor software database
  • Organized and detail-oriented
  • Ability to interact with stakeholders in a manner that further promotes affinity for the Josselyn Center
  • Capable of establishing and institutionalizing donor database best practices
  • Knowledge of and ability to create fundraising reports
  • A self-starter with the ability to take initiative, work independently, and be accountable
  • Ability to learn new skills, techniques, and ways to accomplish projects and goals
  • Ability to initiate projects, be flexible, and work within a team environment
  • Ability of prioritize appropriately when facing multiple responsibilities and tasks
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and oral
  • Ability to work with diverse groups of people, familiarity with the community served by The Josselyn Center a plus.

Working Environment:

  • Responsibilities may involve some flexible scheduling and work beyond the regularly scheduled workday; may include occasional evenings and weekends.

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please contact Bernadette Kaleta, LPC HR Manager at bkaleta@josselyn.org.

Are you a skilled front office or intake scheduler that is looking to work for an organization that is making an impact in communities around the Chicagoland Area?

ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1951, our mission has remained unchanged over the years. The Josselyn Center provides affordable mental health services that make lives better for our clients, their families and the community. Located in Northfield, Illinois, we deliver comprehensive services on a sliding fee scale to help our clients, many of whom are low-income. The Josselyn Center services include outpatient therapy, psychiatry (including tele-psychiatry), case management, supported employment, wellness, outreach, family resources and a therapeutic summer day camp. Clients come from more than 60 communities across northern Cook and Lake counties. The Josselyn Center is the only outpatient psychiatric provider to Medicaid recipients in a 375 square mile area.

ROLE

The Josselyn Center is looking for an Front Office/Intake Scheduler that possess attention to detail, prioritizes customer service and is a strong problem solver. A successful candidate will have an intense commitment to be extremely organized, be oriented towards supporting people and delivering high customer satisfaction, be able to analyze data and provide thoughtful conclusions and suggestions, be a strong team player and be adaptable in the face of change and growth.

It is an exciting time to join the Josselyn team as the organization has expanded its reach and opened a new location in Waukegan this spring. The Front Office/Intake Scheduler role will be responsible for providing reception and intake scheduling support for both the Northfield.

Gather necessary information to open new clients at The Josselyn Center health care staff, the patient, patient’s family, other health care professionals or facilities

Needs to respond to all request by phone for services or information about our services. Manages assessment scheduling and assures that evening coverage (3pm to 8pm) for intake department

Greet and Check in clients to include obtaining client’s name, locating client service ticket.

Collect client payments to include informing client of the current balance and other outstanding issues as detailed in CIS.

Adept at accepting the cash, check or credit card information including utilizing the virtual portico

Notify clinician of clients arrival via CIS

Answer the telephone to include timeliness, politeness, clarity and an understanding of how the telephone system operates. Also included is the accurate navigation of all calls

Assist with courtesy reminders for client psychiatric appointments

Have an understanding of Josselyn Organizational Chart to assess proper forwarding of phone calls

Follow all HIPAA guidelines and practices those guidelines in all aspects of job role

Understands and follows crisis protocol

Job Type: Part-time

 

If you’re interested in applying for this position, please contact Bernadette Kaleta, LPC HR Manager/Therapist at bkaleta@josselyn.org.

POSITION SUMMARY: 

Delivers support, connection and safe relationships while offering hope and recovery based services.  Will work closely with fellow Peer and Supervisor.  Will help promote the Living Room program in the community and maintains networking with referral contacts.  The goal is stabilization of guest and intervention will be both individual and group.

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Must be at least 21 years of age and have completed at least high school
  • Must self identify as a past or present consumer of mental health services.  Cannot be a current client receiving services at The Josselyn Center
  • Completion of CRSS training (Certified Recovery Support Specialist) preferred but not required

CLINICAL RELATED RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Able to promote hope and be a role model while engaging guests
  • Clear understanding of self boundaries and boundaries pertaining to the individual/families being seen at the Living Room
  • Ability to express empathy with an awareness to ask for support from Supervisor as needed

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Complete time sheet
  • Request time off from Supervisor
  • Assist with typing and/or phone calls as requested for the purpose of marketing the Living Room
  • Contribute to the overall cleanliness of the Living Room space

QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS:

  • Comply with The Josselyn Center policy
  • Participate in weekly team meetings
  • Participate in weekly supervision
  • Punctuality

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

  • Primarily indoor, temperature controlled work environment
  • OSHA category for blood borne pathogens exposure – None
  • Ability to read, write and speak English
  • Valid drivers license or picture I.D.

We are actively seeking additional Volunteer Psychiatrists to donate their time and expertise.

These heroes donate four hours a month seeing clients at our Northfield office. They allow us to provide mental health services to additional low-income or uninsured clients each year.

We truly cannot do it without you! We are so grateful for your gift of time and talent!

Become a Josselyn Champion!

Contact Michael Scholl, LCSW, Director of Clinical Services at 847-441-5600, ext. 146 or [email protected].