Available Positions at Sinnissippi Centers, Inc.
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Last Reviewed/Updated: August 26, 2016
Quality Assurance/Corporate Compliance Officer
This full-time, salaried position will guide agency quality improvement initiatives that support effectiveness and efficiencies of services and overall operations. The successful applicant will have overall responsibility for the medical record compliance review process. Position ensures that agency policies and practices are in compliance with standards issued by The Joint Commission, Medicaid, Medicare, Illinois Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Department of Mental Health, Department of Children and Family Services, HIPAA, OIG and other governing bodies and will provide staff training and guidance related to identified areas of compliance. Position requires QMHP qualifications as determined by the Illinois Medicaid Rule 132 guidelines. (This most often is met by having an RN or Master’s degree in a human services field.) Licensure (LCPC/LCSW) is strongly preferred. Familiarity with Illinois compliance is a significant portion of this position so experience in that area is preferred. Training and/or presentation skills are expected. Salary dependent on qualifications.
Clinical Supervisor of Integrated Care
Maintain responsibility for primary care affiliated services such as care navigation and recovery support. Supervise 4-6 staff including care navigators and recovery specialists. Working closely with primary care (medical) staff, this position will oversee the expansion of primary and behavioral health integration. Requires QMHP and license is strongly preferred. $35,000+dependent on qualifications.
Health Care Navigator
Use your engagement skills to encourage individuals struggling with mental illness and/or substance abuse to seek behavioral health and primary health treatment to improve health and reduce hospital readmissions. This position will provide in-office and outreach services to address individuals’ basic needs (housing, food, clothing) as well as medical needs including prevention and wellness initiatives. Attention to detail, organizational skills, and ability to coordinate with a team of multi-disciplinary providers will be key. Requires at least a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred). Energy, enthusiasm and engagement skills are key to this position. $32,000+DOQ
Prevention Communication Specialist
Full-time position responsible for planning and implementing a drug and alcohol prevention communication campaign targeting Jr. High students in Whiteside County. This communication campaign includes working within the local schools to implement events, design posters, and other marketing strategies to reduce alcohol and drug use. Another key aspect of this position is also working to strengthen local coalitions to reduce substance abuse in Whiteside County. This would include participating in local coalition meetings, strengthening relationships with key stakeholders, involvement in community events among other efforts to strengthen the coalitions efforts. Bachelors required. $13.00+ per hour based on qualifications.
At-Risk Family Support Staff (FT)
Responsible for weekly home visits and case management for at-risk mothers and young families. Requires skills in parenting, budgeting, household management, behavior management and nutrition/health issues. Knowledge of local resources, abuse and neglect, substance abuse and domestic violence. Organization and attention to detail are important skills for this position. Flexible hours. Spanish speaking ability strongly preferred. Reliable vehicle is a must-mileage reimbursed. Position operates out of our Sterling office site. $13.00+/hour
Apartment Support Staff (PT)
Part-time opportunities are available at our apartment site in Rochelle. Job duties include supportive interaction with high-functioning adults with mental illness who serve as their own guardians. Specific responsibilities may include skills teaching activities, supportive contact, medication monitoring and other special projects. Experience in a helping role is required. Apartment sites are staffed on a 24/7 basis so varying shifts are available. Current needs include 2nd and 3rd shift coverage for Thursday-Sunday shifts. $10.66+ per hour
Behavioral Health/Addictions Clinician—FT
Join one of the behavioral healthcare leaders in implementing evidence-based treatment alternatives. Provide comprehensive mental health and substance abuse assessments, treatment planning, group and individual counseling and discharge coordination. Billable expectations are 102 hours per month. Master’s required; license or near future eligibility preferred. CADC and knowledge of DASA 2060 strongly preferred. Position operates out of our Sterling office or in community locations. $33,000+ DOQ.
Provide intensive services to children at risk of psychiatric hospitalization. Clinicians perform assessments, treatment planning, counseling and case management. Bachelor’s degree is required—Master’s Preferred. Travel within Lee, Ogle, Whiteside and Carroll counties as well as to Streamwood is expected. On-call assignments (for additional compensation) are also a component of this position. Services will be provided in hospitals, homes and other community settings as well as in Sinnissippi offices. $31,000+Depending on Qualifications.
After Hours Crisis Clinician (Full-time or Part-time)
Provides behavioral health crisis response to emergency rooms, jails, police departments during evening and weekend hours. Requires minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in relevant human services area and 2 years of crisis experience. Electronic Medical Record documentation experience required. If you are interested in this unique opportunity, please contact Sinnissippi’s HR department today! $33,000+ dependent on experience.
On-Call Clinician—4 county area
Are you looking for overnight or weekend work? Sinnissippi is now accepting applications for PRN staff to supplement our existing emergency, after-hours coverage. We are the crisis provider for a four-county area for both adults and children. Staff are assigned to coverage responsibilities geographically and by age competence. Compensation is based on the coverage area and on a per-call-out fee schedule. Master’s or Bachelor’s Level behavioral health training required and behavioral health crisis experience strongly preferred. If you would like to hear more about this opportunity, please contact Sinnissippi’s HR department via the contact information below.
Part-time “As-Needed” Secretary/Receptionist
Part-time position available in our Dixon or other offices. Greet clients, answer a multi-line phone, file medical records, monitor paperwork compliance and assist clinical staff with all aspects of excellent service to clients. Requires clerical experience in a confidential setting, good keyboarding skills and an excellent customer-focused attitude. Hourly rate of $9.86+ per hour based on experience. This position works part-time to assist with coverage needs and may be assigned to any of our five offices as needs arise (mileage reimbursement provided). Hours are variable and based on the availability of the candidate and coverage needs of the organization.
If you are ready to experience cutting edge behavioral health provision, please send your resume with salary history to:
By Email (preferred):
ATTN: Human Resources – Sinnissippi Centers, Inc.
325 Illinois Route 2
Dixon, Illinois 61021
Fax: (815) 284-6642
Joint Commission accredited/drug free/EOE
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