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On August 28, 2017, McLean County Government launched a new online career site.  This portal will allow you to create a personal profile/account, save information to that profile, apply for posted positions, and learn more about working for McLean County.  All applicants (including those with previous accounts on our other system) must create an account.  This allows you to easily save information and documents and easily apply for positions.

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McLean County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  A copy of our EEOP Utilization Report may be obtained by contacting the McLean County Office of the County Administrator, 115 E. Washington, Rm 401, Bloomington, Illinois, 61701 or [email protected] .

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Child and Adolescent Therapist


Closes On: May 26, 2021

Department: Children's Advocacy Center
Job Status: Full-Time
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Child and Adolescent Therapist – Full Time 

Position Schedule: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday – Friday

 

Position Summary

This is a full-time, grant-funded position with the McLean County Children’s Advocacy Center.  Ideal candidates will possess a Master’s Degree in counseling or related field and will have or be willing to obtain a minimum of 25 hours of continuing educational credits in the field of evidence based trauma focused cognitive behavioral treatment, trauma and trauma-informed care.  Licensure at the LCPC/LCSW level or eligibility for licensure is preferred, however a candidate in a master’s level internship program may be considered with certain supervisory requirements.  The Child and Adolescent Therapist will work with child victims of sexual or serious physical abuse and their families who have received services at the CAC.  The therapist will be an active member of a multidisciplinary team providing input on the clinical needs of child victims. 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide trauma focused therapy including assessment, treatment, referral and ongoing support to child victims of abuse and their non-offending caregivers or siblings
  • Participate as a full member of the multidisciplinary team, including attending weekly Case Review sessions
  • Attend trials where past and present clients are testifying to provide emotional support, as appropriate
  • Provide professional testimony on behalf of clients when court ordered or requested by prosecution
  • Provide written documentation regarding client’s participation in treatment when court ordered or requested to do so
  • Gather and submit required data for grant completion and contract renewal
  • Provide services to McLean, Livingston and Dewitt County clients as determined appropriate
  • Carry liability insurance

 

Required Qualifications

  • Possess a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Psychology or related field
  • State licensure at the LCPC/LCSW level preferred
  • Minimum of 30 hours, every two years, as required of licensure of continuing education relating to issues of child maltreatment
  •  Training and/or experience with child abuse and trauma treatment

 

Benefits Package

McLean County offers a comprehensive benefits package including:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Medical Member Rewards Program
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Flex Spending Account (FSA)
  • Dependent Spending Account (DSA)
  • Supplemental Insurance: Life, Critical Illness and Accident
  • County provided Life Insurance
  • Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF Pension)
  • Paid time off: vacation days, personal days, sick days, holidays
  • Identity Protection
  • Charitable Giving
  • Discounted Four Seasons Health Club Membership
  • Employee Assistance Program

 

About McLean County Government

The Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) is where children are brought when there has been an allegation that a child may have been sexually abused, seriously physically abused, a witness to a major crime, and/or a victim of human trafficking.

In McLean, Livingston, and DeWitt Counties, DCFS and law enforcement are required to bring children to our centers to be interviewed by a forensic specialist utilizing the “child first” doctrine. This is part of a multidisciplinary team approach that provides children with a warm, friendly environment that is focused on reducing trauma to child abuse victims. All professional disciplines who work on these cases (law enforcement, DCFS, prosecution, medical, mental health, forensic specialists, advocates) work together from day one to case closure. Our advocates on staff assist the family as the case is to move through the judicial system. A trained, licensed therapist is on staff to provide counseling to the child victims and their non-offending caregivers, as well. The McLean County Advocacy Center is nationally accredited, complying with all the best practice standards in the field. The Livingston and DeWitt County Advocacy Centers are satellites of the McLean County Advocacy Center and follow all the same national best practice standards.

McLean County is the largest county by land area in the state of Illinois with a population of over 172,000.  McLean County Government is a fast-moving and dynamic workplace established to locally administer Illinois State laws and serve the community in a variety of ways throughout our multitude of departments. With a $97 million operating budget, over 800 employees, and an Aa1 Bond Rating, McLean County Government is positioned to maintain and expand its reputation for excellence in local government.

To learn more about all the services McLean County Government provides the community, please visit https://mcleancountyil.gov/. A full list of Departments with a description of their function can be located at https://www.mcleancountyil.gov/8/Departments.

 

How to Apply

Click “Apply Now” at the top of this post. Resume and Cover Letter are required.

*If applying through a third party job board, please fill out an application via McLean County Government’s Job Board located at https://il-mcleancounty.civicplushrms.com/careers/Jobs.aspx

Confidentiality of your application is maintained upon request.

 

McLean County Government is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.