Administrative Assistant / Receptionist –

A great entry-level position for a friendly, tech-savvy person who loves to learn.

If you are willing to use your personality to make our office a pleasant place to be while using your organization and computer skills to help people, you might be a great fit for CRIS Health-Aging Center’s front desk. We’re looking for candidates with great communication skills and the ability to multi-task. Get to know seniors and help us meet their needs in a friendly atmosphere at the most comprehensive senior service agency in Illinois.

THE WORK:

We’re looking for a dependable, friendly person who has great clerical, communication, and computer skills to be our administrative assistant & receptionist. This professional position is critical to our mission – you will be the first impression our clients have. We’re looking for someone with great people skills who can manage several responsibilities over the course of the day and knows their way around a computer. This position involves a variety of duties and is perfect for someone who can take on a challenge and is willing to learn. The rate of pay is $12.00/hour

Requirements:

* Organized, detail-oriented, team player, able to multi-task, has great clerical skills

* Pleasant in person and on the telephone; able to manage high call volume

* Must be able to type 40 wpm.

* Proficient in Microsoft Office (familiarity with Microsoft Access a plus)

* Comfortable speaking both face-to-face and on the telephone with persons who have hearing and/or speech issues

* Must be a high school graduate

* Background check required

* Valid driver’s license, reliable transportation with proof of insurance.

THE AGENCY:

CRIS Healthy-Aging Center in Danville, IL helps seniors in Vermilion County stay healthy, safe, and independent in their homes. There is more to our mission than meets the eye! You’ll be surprised by the volume and variety of the work we do.

WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY:

* Social impact: Your work will impact our ability to serve seniors, the fastest growing population in Vermilion County.

* Great people: You’ll be working with a wonderful group of coworkers in a fun, fast-paced atmosphere.

We’re an Equal Opportunity Employer.

CCU Case Aid

Are you interested in the rapidly-expanding aging services field? Do you have a burning desire to help others? Are you known for going above and beyond to help people in your professional and personal life? We’ve been looking for you!

Your role is assist clients with their needs, provide support to case managers, maintain case files, take initial intake interviews to determine a client’s needs, and provide wellness calls. CCU Case Aides are client advocates that form ongoing, collaborative relationships with clients and local community service providers to help improve a person’s lifestyle for the better.

You will spend a majority of your time speaking with and connecting to clients within the home setting to gain a more comprehensive understanding of their needs and concerns and coordination fundamental services and resources needed for clients to be successful in reaching their highest level of functioning.

What does it take to be a successful CCU Case Aid?

  • Demonstrate sensitivity, empathy, and cultural competency towards older adults
  • Provide excellent service and care
  • Be detail oriented, organized, accurate and flexible
  • Able to multi task
  • Success oriented and goal driven
  • A passion for helping others

What we are looking for in a candidate:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Computer skills including Microsoft Office
  • A desire to learn and a positive attitude
  • Previous experience in customer service or social service setting
  • Competency in typing and data entry
  • Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation

Full-time benefits include 10 vacation days, 6 sick days, and 14 holidays. You must successfully pass a background check, complete mandatory IDOA training programs, and be able to physically perform all duties assigned.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $14.00 /hour

Community Care Case Manager

A Community Care Case Manager at CRIS Healthy-Aging provides broad-spectrum care coordination by linking our local elders with the vital programs and services they need to achieve their highest levels of success and functioning.

Your role is to support and assist clients by developing an individualized care plan with goals to obtain the resources the individual needs to improve upon their physical, social, and financial well being.

Community Care Case Managers are client advocates that form ongoing, collaborative relationships with clients and local community service providers to help improve a person’s lifestyle for the better.

What we are looking for in a candidate:

  • RN or Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field.
  • Previous experience in customer service, social service, or nursing
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Competency in typing and data entry
  • Valid driver’s license with reliable transportation

Work Hours: 35 hour work week with rotating hours between 7:30AM – 5:00PM Monday – Friday: with once monthly weekend call rotation.

As a full time employee, you will earn 10 days vacation and 6 sick days.

You must successfully pass a background, complete mandatory IDOA training programs, and be able to physically perform all duties assigned.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Case Worker/Investigator – Adult Protective Services

Primary job responsibilities include the assessment of abuse, neglect, or exploitation reports, casework and follow-up of substantiated abuse cases, and competition of documentation and paperwork related to APS cases. Must meet Illinois Department on Aging intake, assessment, casework, and follow-up required timelines. Preferred education of bachelor’s degree in health, social sciences, social work, health care administration, gerontology, or criminal justice with one year experience in health and human services

Essential Functions:

  • Works independently and consistently exercises discretion and sound judgment in conducting investigations and protective services to victims of abuse, neglect and exploitation to elderly individuals, people with disabilities (ages 18-59) and their families following the Illinois Department on Aging and Area Agency on Aging Adult Protective Services (APS) program standards and reporting procedures.
  • Complies fully with all APS regulations and program plan requirements which may include required time frames for priority level cases, and substantiated cases, and all service activity. Utilizes a variety of clinical modalities to engage and intervene with client, family members and others involved.
  • Prepares comprehensive initial intake, investigation reports, quarterly reassessment and closeouts on Adult Protective cases through manual/computerized assessment, case notes, and forms according to contract, funder and agency requirements.
  • Maintains up-to-date and accurate client files and databases, as required by agency/programmatic policies and procedures, professional standards, and external requirements of all relevant regulatory, licensing or accrediting bodies.
  • Provides thorough client updates during supervision as well as immediately notifying the supervisor of any risk of harm issues related to the client. Works with the Multi-Disciplinary Team Advisory Group and utilizes their input in case work.
  • Refers clients for required services, advocates for their needs, and ensures timely follow up regarding their receipt of services.
  • Completes all required and applicable training to maintain APS certification.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Valid driver’s license and dependable transportation with current vehicle insurance
  • Successfully pass a background check
  • Bachelor’s degree in health, social sciences, social work, health care administration, gerontology, or criminal justice

The rate of pay commensurate with experience. Benefits include earning 10 vacation days and 6 sick days per year. Please send resume to KimS@agetrong.org or mail to CRIS Healthy-Aging Center, 309 N. Franklin, Danville, IL 61832. EOE

For a printable CRIS Healthy Aging Center Application: CLICK HERE


All candidates for a position with CRIS Healthy-Aging must undergo a criminal background check and a drug screening test to be considered for employment. CRIS Healthy-Aging Center and CRIS Rural Mass Transit are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Send resume to CRIS Healthy-Aging Center, 309 N Franklin St, Danville, IL 61832 or submit resume to hr@agestrong.org