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If you’re interested in being part of our bold and enterprising organization, please click here to view a detailed listing of current career opportunities.
As a leading nonprofit, Aspire’s mission is to support the successes of children and adults with disabilities, strengthen their families and build embracing communities.
We do that every day by providing unparalleled services, programs and opportunities through our four enterprises: Aspire Kids, Aspire Living, Aspire Careers and Aspire CoffeeWorks, and through our organization’s dynamic team of 180 members in Chicago and the suburbs.
We look to redefine what’s possible for people with disabilities by providing high quality and exceptional service, and we’re looking for people who have the same passion and drive. In return, we offer rewarding and challenging career paths that give you the opportunity to learn, grow, collaborate and advance in your field.
We also offer competitive employment salaries and compensation, a comprehensive benefits package, a robust employee wellness program and a fun and engaging work environment. We offer a variety of jobs in Chicago and across the Western suburbs, including but not limited to: case managers, direct support professionals, career specialists and more. If you enjoying helping people or have a background in case management, counselor, education, social services, teaching, or working with adults with disabilities, please view our available job opportunities or contact Aspire’s HR team.
Life Consultant- Case Manager (Life On My Own)
Description: In partnership with participants, families, and others invested in the individual develop and encourage all aspects of each person’s plan to transition to living on their own or gaining further independence at their current home. Assure a safe and comfortable home environment where each person can be motivated to achieve all of his/her goals toward independence. Conduct meetings and check-ins with participants while maintaining proper documentation to help with participant growth and independence.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field plus one year experience working directly with people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, Master’s degree preferred. QIDP certified or eligible. Driver’s license with good driving record. One year experience working with people in residential setting and/or mental health; intellectual/developmental disabilities preferred. Minimum age requirement of 21. Effective oral and written communication skills; ability to write reports.Click Here To Apply