El Valor is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. The following positions will remain open based on the need(s) of the department or until filled, whichever comes first.
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SUMMARY: Uses standard case file management procedures to screen and process prospective adult program participants and utilizes information for vocational and educational planning. Additionally, provide leadership, direction and implementation within the State of... read more
Residential House Supervisor – CILA
Manages day to day operations of the residential facility for adults with intellectual developmental disabilities. read more
Receives visitors and answers incoming calls. Determines nature of business, and directs visitors and callers to appropriate destination. Also provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks including answering incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate personnel, mail distribution, requisitioning of supplies and additional clerical duties as required... read more
Teacher – (Cicero Location)
Responsible for the education and general development of the children enrolled in the Agency’s Pre-School for All program...read more
Assists the Teacher in the education and general development of children enrolled in the Agency’s early childhood programs... read more
Provide holistic Health/Nutrition site leadership, direction, and implementation within written program plan... read more
SUMMARY: Provides direct, holistic family services to ensure adherence to the licensing and Head Start Program Performance Standards for all children and families, including monitoring eligibility and enrollment, maintaining the data management system for medical,...read more
Education Supervisor 0-3 (South Chicago Location)
Provide site education leadership, direction and implementation within written program plans for children birth to three years of age in the Prevention program, including children with special needs and dual language learners...read more
Residential Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP)
Ensures individuals with Developmental and Intellectual disabilities receive continuous active treatment in accordance with Individual Support Plans (ISPs), and provide counseling, case management, and structured behavior programming to people with disabilities receiving Residential Services...read more
Mental Health Consultant I
SUMMARY: Work with El Valor's children and adult program staff to provide disability and inclusion leadership. EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: An equivalent amount of training, education and experience will be considered. Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field from an...read more
Provides developmental guidance and support for families participating in the Agency’s programs...read more
Residential Direct Support Personnel
Provides direct care services to developmentally disabled individuals
Responsible for the education and general development of the children enrolled in the Agency’s Head Start program