Easterseals Joliet Region Inc. employs staff on flexible full & part time schedules in all of our locations.
Our multidisciplinary pediatric services are provided at our sites in Bradley and Joliet as well as in private homes and area schools.
Our services are provided by licensed professional therapists to include:
We welcome new Grads and we'll provide supervision as you apply for the exam and Illinois Licensure.
For more information please contact Kriten Kappel, Director of Medical Rehabilitation & Pediatric Programs on-line at email@example.com or by phone at (815) 725-2194.
Easterseals also provides residential alternatives for adults with developmental disabilities, in the greater Joliet area. Caring responsible staff provide 24-hour services to consumers in our group home settings.
All current job opportunities may not be available online; contact us for more information. If you don't find a position of interest, please visit again -- listings are updated often.
Easterseals has partnered with GettingHired.com, an online resource that connects people with disabilities to employers in search of qualified jobseekers with disabilities. Visit GettingHired.com to open your door to opportunity!
The Development Manager will lead and manage the organization's marketing and fundraising efforts. Marketing efforts include creating and distributing communication pieces, social media, and public relations activities. Fundraising efforts include special events, donor relations, and database management. View More >>
The Case Manager will be responsible for an assigned caseload of children with disabilities, traditional children and adults in the special home placement program. He/she will work closely with other special home placement staff to promote successful home placements through integrated services. View More >>
The Development Associate will assist, support, and participate in fundraising and marketing efforts for Easterseals Joliet Region, Inc. Fundraising efforts include special events, donor relations, and database management. Marketing efforts include creating communication pieces, social media, and public relations activities. View More >>
The Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP) is responsible for the development and implementation of recipients individualized habilitation / service plans and supervisory leadership to direct care staff in assigned home sites. View More >>
Use the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) model in an one on one setting with a child with disabilities. View More >>
To provide direct care, safety and training programs to individuals with developmental disabilities who reside in Easterseals residential homes. Core competencies include Introduction to Developmental Disabilities, Human Rights, Prevention and reporting of Abuse & Neglect, Human Interaction & Communication, Service Plan Development & Implementation, Basic Health & Safety and the Medication Administration Program. One year experience working with developmentally disabled preferred. View More >>