Current Employment Opportunities

Supported Living Assistant

As the largest provider of Home-Based Services in the state of Illinois, our Home-Based Services program continues to grow and expand and therefore offers a wide variety of opportunities throughout the Chicago land area. Supported Living Assistants provide training and support to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities living in their natural home environment. Areas of focus in this active treatment program may include: socialization, communication, academics, community integration, behavior modification, grooming and hygiene and money management skills, etc. Typically a Supported Living Assistant will work approximately 15 hours a week in a family home, often during “after school hours”. Qualified candidates will be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma/GED, valid driver’s license, vehicle insurance, and reliable transportation. Candidates with college education and prior work experience with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities are preferred and may be required for some positions.  To apply click here.

Direct Support Persons (DSP)

Following a paid 120 hour training program which combines classroom training and on the job training, various DSP positions are available. DSPs are responsible for the direct provision of active treatment to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities including training and assistance in areas addressed in the individual program plans of the clients to whom she/he is assigned. Duties may include hands on assistance in activities of daily living including personal hygiene, money management skills, cooking skills, housekeeping skills, community integration, communication and social skills.

All DSP positions require an individual to meet the following qualifications:
21 years old
High school diploma/ GED
Valid driver’s license and insurable by Clearbrook
Ability to lift/ transfer
Ability to pass the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) test
Ability to pass a Criminal Background Check
Completion of physical, drug test and TB test within 30 days of hire
Some college and experience with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities preferred

Positions are available in a variety of settings and during a variety of shifts (days, evenings, overnights, weekends). Many positions are full time and qualify for our benefit package.  To apply click here.

Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP)

Formerly known as a Qualified Mental Retardation Professional (QMRP), the QIDP is responsible for hiring, training and supervising DSP staff who provide active treatment to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. In addition, the QIDP is also the case manager for an assigned caseload of individuals and therefore may also be responsible for program development/ curriculum design and for ensuring the integration, coordination and monitoring of the active treatment program for each person on their caseload.

All QIDP positions require an individual to meet the following qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in a social service related field
One year of experience working with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities
Valid driver’s license and insurable by Clearbrook
Ability to lift/ transfer
Ability to pass the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) test
Ability to pass a Criminal Background Check
Completion of physical, drug test and TB test within 30 days of hire

All QIDP positions are full time and qualify for our benefit package.  To apply click here.

Nurse

A variety of nursing opportunities are available at Clearbrook. These may include full time, part time and substitute (on-call) positions in a variety of locations. All nursing positions require a current Illinois license. In addition, experience with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities is preferred. Clearbrook nurses are responsible for providing comprehensive care for the medical issues of individuals living at a Clearbrook facility or attending a day or employment program. Duties may include completing medical assessments, nursing notes, medication administration and serving as a liaison with families and medical providers.  To apply click here.

Clinical/Therapist

Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist and Speech-Language Pathologist positions are available in our CHILD Therapy Services Program. This program provides therapy to children with developmental delays/ disabilities from birth to age five. This program is located in Arlington Heights and provides on-site therapy in a clinical setting as well as in –home therapy in the family’s natural home environment. This position provides the opportunity for a great work schedule with lots of flexibility and no insurance billing hassles. As an employee of Clearbrook you will be PAID ON TIME! All therapy positions require an individual to have a current Illinois license and experience with early intervention is preferred.  To apply click here.