Division: Women, Infants, and Children/Family Case Management (WIC/FCM)
Registered professional nurse license pursuant to Section 12 of the Illinois Nursing Act of 1987, Certification of Graduation from a school of nursing approved by the Department of Professional Regulation and a current Illinois license as a Registered Nurse (R.N.) by examination, or Masters of Social Work (MSW) licensed pursuant to Section 9A of the Clinical Social Work and Social Work Practice Act; Masters in Counseling Psychology, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC); Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Masters in Human Services and Counseling with specialization in counseling, Masters in Public Health (MPH) with specialization in public health nursing, women’s health, or reproductive health. R.N. must submit proof of 20 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) every license period; copy of license; and copy of CPR/AED card. MSW must submit proof of CEUs and copy of license every license period.
Must possess the ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with customers, providers, the general public, and other professional personnel. Must have the ability to work with diverse community groups. Must have a dependable vehicle for use during work hours, valid Illinois Driver’s License, and appropriate auto insurance. Must be physically able to get in and out of car many times per day in all types of weather and be able to adapt in a positive manner to various client living conditions (i.e., dirty, cramped). Must be able to carry, pull, and manage a minimum of 30 pounds of equipment daily.
Pay Grade/Base Salary: Full-Time: Level 8/$41,254.89 – Part-Time: $22.92/hour
Summary of Job Duties
Provides case management with integrated WIC services to eligible clients with regard to local, state, and federal policies and procedures. Completes an appropriate number of face-to-face or home visits and prepares a care plan based on the assessment of the whole family. If assigned, follows appropriate policies and procedures for the following programs: Family Case Management, Healthworks Lead Agency, High Risk Infant Follow-up and WIC. Completes BBO outreach process, if assigned. Delivers curriculum per program requirements. Follows appropriate policies and procedures for the BBO Program. Maintains current knowledge of community resources related to referral needs. Completes documentation per protocol utilizing the Illinois Department of Health and Human Services data entry system. Exhibits competence with multicultural awareness and resulting effect on nutrition and health practices/problems. Attends meetings, trainings, and events as determined by the WIC/FCM Director and Assistant Director.
How to Apply
Applications can be picked up at the Macon County Health Department Front Desk at 1221 E. Condit, Decatur, Illinois, or you can go to our website, www.maconchd.org to print a copy of the application. Completed applications should be submitted to Macon County Health Department Attention: HR at 1221 E. Condit, Decatur, Illinois, 62521 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Macon County Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace.