Careers at Safer Foundation
The Assistant Director, Part-Time, Quad Cities is responsible for supporting the Director - Quad Cities in the oversight of operations and ensuring all programs are meeting contractual obligations, staying within budget and meeting outcomes.
The Driver is responsible for the safe operation of a 13-passenger Pace Transportation van for transporting individuals to and from various job locations within the Chicago suburbs for the Safer Foundation.
The Sector Manager II is responsible for sourcing businesses to become a part of Safer’s Demand Skills Collaborative and to identify qualified candidates and place them with these businesses.
The Client Services Clerical Assistant engages in the work flow at the Clerical Desk with a focus on identification and recruitment of members for COTA.
JOB DESCRIPTION: The CRC-I is an entry level security position that is responsible for the safety and security needs of the residents, staff and visitors at the two all-male residential correctional facilities on Chicago’s Westside.
Responsible for maintenance of two buildings - painting, HVAC, plumbing, electrical and carpentry.
The Basic Skills Instructional Facilitator provides a unique opportunity to employ academic training and peer- teaching to our clients in an unstructured and non-traditional learning environment.
Performs the duties of shift supervisor at one of the all-male Adult Transition Centers.
Cell Towers are an emerging field of work. Interested candidates should have wireless field, technical or construction experience, and possess:
Multiple positions are available at multiple healthcare locations, such as: Certifien Nursing Assistant, Dietary Technician, Medical Assistant (or CMA), Environmental Services Technician, Registered Nurse and IT Specialist
The next healthcare pre-screening for people with criminal records is Aug, 26, 2015
The next telecommunications pre-screening for people with criminal records is Aug, 26, 2015
The Case Manager for the Training to Work program is responsible for providing effective comprehensive services and individual interventions to each of the residents on the assigned caseload. The Case Manager is also part of team that provides group services, interventions and support to assist residents’ success in the Training to Work program.
The Data Entry Operator is primarily responsible for ensuring that all serious incident reports have accurate information and is entered into the agency’s internal database. All warrants are entered into the Offender Tracking System (OTS) accurately and promptly. Ensure all residents movements are entered accurately and timely. Provide training for staff on the Offender Tracking System and support to Center staff.
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