Lake County Government

Recently ranked 16th in the nation in per capita income, Lake County's 470 square miles on the shore of Lake Michigan between Chicago and Milwaukee include urban, suburban, and rural communities experiencing rapid growth. Lake County Government has 2800 professionals dedicated to serving over 650,000 residents. We believe our most important investment in the future of our community is our people. We seek to attract and develop a diverse group of exceptionally talented people who share our passion for individual excellence and our commitment to service to citizens, teamwork, respect, professionalism, results, and partnerships. If you have these qualities, we hope you will consider Lake County Government as the place to build your career.

 

65 job(s) at Lake County Government

Lake County, IL Vernon Hills, Illinois, United States
Jul 17, 2018
Part Time
Want to join a company that’s in the top 6 percent of local health departments nationwide and where you could truly make a difference to those in greatest need? The Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center is the Largest human service provider in Lake County. We live our mission each day, by promoting the health and well-being of all who live, work, and play in the communities around Lake County. If you are passionate about giving back and ready to be a part of an innovative team, we’re looking for you! About the Role: Responsible for monitoring and providing care to a 16 bed women's unit overnight. Prepares and implements treatment plans, provides individual, and group counseling and education. Location: 24647 North Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills IL Hours: Friday and Saturday (11:15 pm - 7:15am) *There will be a $2.5o per hour working shift differential* Skills and Experience Conducts crisis intervention/evaluation/referral to persons who present themselves at the program. Performs initial evaluations and assessments of potential clients regarding their appropriateness for participation in the program. Focuses on client empowerment and evidence bases practices in providing treatment, seeking to assist clients to build on strengths in addressing treatment needs. Provides direct services to clients including individual and group treatment. Facilitates with clients and collaborates with the treatment team to develop, review and update treatment goals and referrals both internally and externally. Provides education and direction to clients, family members and/or significant others. Takes responsibility for training in and documenting clinical chart requirements to meet program and state standards. Provides consultation to assist in the identification of persons in need of treatment and makes referrals as appropriate. Provides atmosphere of customer service in assuring that clients are treated in a friendly and respectful manner. Displays positive attitudes and behaviors in the accomplishment of job duties. Residential Counselors Assist in the responsibility of maintaining rotating 24-hour on-site coverage Assist in support services such as reviewing clinical charts, admission and discharge checklists, maintaining supplies of forms and documents. Education, Qualifications, and Certification: With a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate, requires 3 years experience and specialized training in mental health or chemical dependency, or With an Associate’s degree with an emphasis in behavioral sciences or related field, no experience is required, and If a recovering person, they must have two years of demonstrated sobriety. To remain in this position, a chemical dependency counselor must, within 24 months, have one of the following: be certified as an Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counselor by the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Board (I.A.O.D.A.P.C.A.) or have equivalent certification by a similar state or national board be licensed by the State of Illinois as an Physician, Psychologist, Licensed Social Worker (L.S.W.), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (L.C.S.W.), Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.) Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (L.C.P.C.). About the Perks: Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit the Health Department page to get additional information on why you should work for us. To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit Women's Residential Services . To learn more about our community impact and to see some of our employees please review this short video . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. The Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jun 21, 2018
Full Time
Want to join a company that’s in the top 6 percent of local health departments nationwide and where you could truly make a difference to those in greatest need? The Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center is the Largest human service provider in Lake County. We live our mission each day, by promoting the health and well-being of all who live, work, and play in the communities around Lake County. If you are passionate about giving back and ready to be a part of an innovative team, we’re looking for you! About the Role: As a Coding Training Coordinator you will be responsible for the development and maintenance of a comprehensive coding education program as well as coordinating quality assurance reviews and compliance audits. Additionally, you will be responsible for developing an educational pathway for Providers, Coders, Medical Billing and Coding Specialists and AHIMA Medical Coder/Biller Apprentices. Location : 3010 Grand Avenue, Waukegan IL Hours: Monday-Friday: 830am -5:00pm Responsibilities: Coordinate coding activities with internal and external partners (Central Billing Office, Clinical Operations, HIM, external vendors and AHIMA). Identifies internal and external audit efforts, meets with providers and Coding staff to assess their knowledge of specific coding topics and identifies those case types for review. Analyzes HEDIS provider data, develops recommendations for provider education, patient outreach efforts to support HEDIS initiatives. Conducts and coordinates Quality Assurance reviews and other compliance audits, including providing educational resources where necessary. Develops and provides individualized training based on audit findings for Coders with suboptimal quality scores. Performs ongoing audits of Coders and provides ongoing feedback until greater than 95% accuracy is attained. Coordinates review and education of annual/regular ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS code updates, deletions, additions and any reimbursement/regulatory changes. Tracks all educational presentations developed & delivered internally or externally. which includes presenting PowerPoint presentations and webinar-type meetings. Coordinates Coding training and orientation of new Coding staff and providers. Assesses Coders’ comprehension of training, tracks and reports coding education results to coding leadership. Identifies need for one-on-one coding sessions and develops follow-up educational plans as needed. Collaborates with Coding leadership to ensure Coders receive sufficient and focused education. Education, Qualifications, and Certification: Bachelor’s degree in HIM preferred, or Associates degree with equivalent HIM and Coding experience with large medical, dental and behavioral health outpatient practice. Five to eight years of progressively complex coding experience and training delivery. Expert outpatient coding knowledge, including in-depth understanding of coding guidelines, conventions, CPT, and Evaluation and Management classification systems and knowing how to utilize resources available. Experience with the electronic health record and health care applications required. NextGen experience preferred. AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer preferred. Certified Coding Specialist (CCS or CCS-P), RHIT, or RHIA through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) or Certified Professional Coder (CPC) through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) is required. Certified Documentation Improvement Practitioner (CDIP) preferred. High level of competency with Microsoft Office tools. Advanced knowledge of disease processes, ICD-10, CPT and HCPCS coding applications, clinician documentation, and HIM department responsibilities of government regulations and areas of scrutiny for potential fraud and abuse. About the Perks: Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit the Health Department page to get additional information on why you should work for us. T o learn more about our community impact and to see some of our employees please review this short video . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. The Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jun 21, 2018
Part Time
Want to join a company that’s in the top 6 percent of local health departments nationwide and where you could truly make a difference to those in greatest need? The Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center is the Largest human service provider in Lake County. We live our mission each day, by promoting the health and well-being of all who live, work, and play in the communities around Lake County. If you are passionate about giving back and ready to be a part of an innovative team, we’re looking for you! About the Role: As a Counselor II in the Substance Abuse Program you will be responsible for planning and implementing treatment plans for intensive outpatient clients. Additionally, you will conduct individual, group, family and other modes of therapy as indicated and a clinician productivity index (CPI) as established by Behavioral Health Services administration. You will also monitor the collection of urine specimens and other related tasks. This position is part-time (18 hours per week). Weekly Schedule: Monday: 8am - 230pm; Wednesday: 9am - 230pm; Thursday: 8am - 12pm; and Saturday:10am - 1230pm Responsibilities: Provides direct services to clients including organizing and facilitating individual and group treatment and activities, supervision of the milieu and case management and outreach. Facilitates with clients and collaborates with the treatment team to develop, review and update treatment goals and referrals both internally and externally. Focuses on client empowerment and evidence-based practices in providing treatment, seeking to assist clients to build on strengths in addressing treatment needs. Conducts crisis intervention/evaluation/referral to persons who present themselves at the program. Competently works with clients with coexisting disorders including substance abuse. Meets minimum productivity expectations and documentation standards using electronic medical records. Education, Qualifications, and Certification: Associate's degree with an emphasis in behavioral sciences or related field and three years of clinical experience, or Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in behavioral sciences or related field and one year of clinical experience is required. Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) certification preferred. If a recovering person, they must have two years of demonstrated sobriety. To remain in this position, a chemical dependency counselor must, within 24 months, have one of the following: Be certified as an Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counselor by the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Board (I.A.O.D.A.P.C.A.) or have equivalent certification by a similar state or national board. Be licensed by the State of Illinois as an Physician, Psychologist, Licensed Social Worker (L.S.W.), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (L.C.S.W.), Licensed Professional Counselor (L.P.C.) Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (L.C.P.C.). About the Perks: The Health Department offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit the Health Department page to get additional information on why you should work for us. To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit SAP . To learn more about our community impact and to see some of our employees in action, please take a look at this short video . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. The Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jun 12, 2018
Full Time
Location: 3010 Grand Ave, Waukegan IL (Child and Adolescent Behavioral Services) Hours: Monday & Wednesday (8:00am-4:30pm) Tuesday (9:00am-6:30pm) Thursday (9:00am-5:30pm) Friday (8:00am-3:30pm) Summary: Provides direct clinical care of clients, including ordering of lab tests, counseling of patients, developing treatment plans and prescribing medication within the scope of their education and certification of the collaborative agreement with their collaborating physician as assigned at one or more clinical facilities in the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center. Population served is within the SAMHSA System of Care Grant.
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Aug 06, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in accounting and grants management? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Accountant Location: Waukegan, IL Salary: $50, 242 Job Summary: Responsible for various fiscal functions including management of general ledger transactions, grants management and grant compliance reporting as it relates to Department of Labor Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOA) grants and funds. Becoming an Accountant in the Workforce Development Department would allow you to be involved with federal employment and training grants and programs within local government, ranging from daily transaction management and governmental accounting principles to assisting with compliance monitoring and reporting. Your day will consist of various fiscal functions including accounts payable, accounts receivables, procurement, daily management of general ledger transactions. In addition, the position will assist with the preparation of monthly and periodic reporting, audits, payroll, cost allocation and facilitation of fiscal compliance. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County. Being able to build working relationships with employees, 30 countywide departments and the public, is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you should have a bachelor’s degree, preferably in accounting; and two to five years of experience. Individuals would ideally have a working knowledge of grants management and local government administration; high degree of skill in compiling and synthesizing financial data; possess the ability to effectively problem solve and have the ability to work independently and in a team atmosphere. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit Lake County Job Center . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action, visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume, we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in HVAC, plumbing and electrical maintenance? If so, this position could very well be for you. Position: Engineer I Location: Waukegan, IL & Libertyville, IL Salary: $48,320 - $71,375 Job Summary: Responsible for troubleshooting, diagnostics, repair and maintenance of pumps, motors and other physical plant equipment, including plumbing, electric and HVAC. Will need to maintain equipment record logs, daily turnover reports, and completing electronic work orders. Becoming an Engineer I would allow you to be involved with the maintaining of buildings and equipment within local government, ranging from Administration Offices and Courtrooms to Detention Facilities to Coroner's Offices. Your day will consist of maintaining HVAC, refrigeration, and fire suppression equipment. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County. Being able to build working relationships with employees, 30 countywide departments and the public, is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you should have a Stationary Engineers License and valid State License along with, two years of experience. Individuals should have a working knowledge of boilers, chillers, fire pumps, air handlers, and building automation systems; possess the ability to effectively problem solve and have the ability to work both individually and in a team atmosphere. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit Finance and Administrative Services . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jul 11, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in criminal defense? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Assistant Public Defender Location: Waukegan, IL Salary: $56,840.00 Job Summary: Responsible for defending the indigent accused of Lake County. Becoming an Assistant Public Defender would allow you to be involved with the defense of criminal charges within local government, ranging from negotiating dispositions on misdemeanor and traffic charges, litigating motions, and conducting jury or bench trials. Your day will consist of the preparation of the defense of criminal cases, from arraignment through ultimate disposition. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County. Being able to build working relationships with employees, 30 countywide departments and the public, is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you must have a Juris Doctor degree and be licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois. Individuals should have a working knowledge of Illinois criminal procedure; possess the ability to effectively problem solve and have the ability to work both individually and in a team atmosphere. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit the Public Defender website. To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jun 12, 2018
Full Time
Location: 3010 Grand Avenue, Waukegan, IL / 423 E Washington, Round Lake Park, IL Hours: Varied/Flexible (*Full-time desired, part-time available) Summary: Provides direct clinical care of clients, including ordering of lab tests, counseling of patients, developing treatment plans and prescribing medication within the scope of their education and certification of the collaborative agreement with their collaborating physician as assigned at one or more clinical facilities in the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center. Child and adolescent experience strongly preferred. *This position will be required to travel regularly between clinic sites throughout Lake County. A valid driver’s license is required. Essential Functions: Elicits and screens medical histories, performs physical examinations. Requests, interprets and performs laboratory examinations. Assesses, identifies and evaluates health problems, including behavioral health problems. Prescribes medications as per practice guidelines. Refers health problems for appropriate follow-up. Refers clients to appropriate community and health resources. Consults with staff physicians and staff APN’s. Conducts individual and/or group educational sessions. Documents client service in record per policy. Assists in preparation of informational materials for dissemination to clients; professionals; and other agencies. Participates in orientation of new staff and students. Provides clinical consultation to other staff members and supervision of staff and students as assigned. Collaborative agreement with appropriate physician. May assist in orientation and training of new staff. Develops and maintains a basic knowledge of services available at the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center (LCHD/CHC). Develops and maintains a basic awareness of the Chronic Care Model Processes in order to reduce health disparities within our communities. Assist patients in developing self management goals. Develops and maintains a working knowledge of individual Emergency Preparedness roles. Demonstrates adherence to National Patient Safety Goals. Participates in quality improvement activities to assess, monitor and improve program services. Participates in mandatory in-services and drills, attends staff meetings and other training, including appropriate age specific educational trainings offered on a regular basis for professional development. Reports all unusual occurrences that may involve the safety and well being of the clients, patients and/or co-workers, directly to the supervisor and/or Safety Officer. Assists and encourages clients/patients in identifying self-management goals. Performs duties in a prioritized, organized and orderly manner to maximize clinic efficiency and productivity. Maintains orderliness and cleanliness of clinic and work area.
Lake County, IL Vernon Hills, Illinois, United States
Apr 24, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role with rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, the 19th Judicial Circuit court is the place for you. It is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in education? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Certified Special Education Teacher Location: Vernon Hills, Illinois, United States Salary: $50,242 annually Job Summary: Educating juveniles confined in the Hulse Detention Center for short term periods waiting court action and/or in the FACE-IT Program, our juvenile residential program. Becoming a Special Education Teacher would allow you to be involved with the students in providing instructional programs that meet the students’ individual needs primarily through the use of a digital learning program, act as liaison with school personnel, judicial officers, and other agencies. The teacher is a team leader for students in the classroom and works directly with detention center staff to maintain behavioral control to the students assigned. This position works year round. In order to be successful in this role you should have a Bachelors’ Degree from a four-year accredited college or university and one to two years related experience and/or training is preferred. A valid Illinois Professional Educator License with LBS1 endorsement is required. Spanish speaking ability is helpful. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit the 19th Judicial Circuit Court . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Mar 09, 2018
Full Time
Location: 3010 Grand Avenue, Waukegan IL (Grand Avenue Health Center) Hours: Monday thru Friday Summary Under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Operations, this position works with the Practice Managers and the Lead Physicians to establish and maintain quality care at all clinical operations clinics. Although this position is primarily administrative, it may also provide direct patient care as needed and will oversee the medical addictions program. This position will set the clinical standards for the medical care of the organization in conjunction with the Associate Director of Clinical Practice.
Lake County, IL Waukegan, United States, Waukegan, United States
Jul 03, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY The Project Manager offers an exciting, challenging opportunity to develop an implementation and migration plan for Regional 911 Consolidated Services among more than 20 Lake County communities. A successful candidate can manage all aspects of projects, demonstrate passion for teambuilding and will understand the priorities, perspectives and motivations of the various stakeholders, encourage collaboration, and develop strategies and solutions that meet the needs of the partners. The Project Manager will work with the Regional 911 Consolidation Policy and Operations Committees and sub-committees to develop and present detailed recommendations outlining the steps required to consolidate dispatch services, including but not limited to costs, staffing, supervision, standard operating procedures, facility, and technology needs. The communities have jointly completed feasibility study; they have adopted a governance structure for the development of the detailed implementation and migration plans. A primary focus of this position is to facilitate collaboration among various stakeholders and to build consensus in the following areas: 1) Data collection and analysis, 2) Operational policies and procedures, 3) Personnel, Legal agreements and filings, 4) Technology requirements: Assess vendor alternatives and evaluate options, 5) Facility requirements and options, 6) Other topics necessary for the completion of the implementation and migration plans. EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field. Two years supervisory or management experience required. Experience in emergency communications environment (Police, Fire or EMS), - OR - four years’ experience in an emergency communications environment (Police, Fire or EMS) preferred. Salary $100,000 - $120,000 annually This is a temporary position for the term of the implementation and migration plan development (approx 14 - 18 months). This position will be evaluated upon completion of the project to determine if there is a need for continued employment on a temporary or full-time basis. Come join a committed team of local government public safety professionals in enhancing emergency service in Lake County, IL
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jun 23, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in custodial services? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Custodian Location: Waukegan, IL Salary: $11.91 to $14.29 per hour Job Summary: Becoming a custodian would allow you to be involved with keeping work spaces in good and environmentally healthy condition within local government, ranging from general labor tasks; removing trash, cleaning open office spaces, private offices, restrooms, window cleaning, and deep cleaning carpeting and tile floors. Your schedule will be Monday through Friday from 5:00pm to 1:30am. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County. Being able to build working relationships with employees, 30 countywide departments and the public, is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you should have a High School diploma/GED degree and good standing employment experience. Individuals should have a working knowledge of housekeeping related experience, stocking supplies, using cleaning chemicals, using personal protective equipment and power tools; possess the ability to effectively problem solve and have the ability to work both individually and in a team atmosphere. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We offer a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit Finance and Administrative Services . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jun 13, 2018
Part Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in customer service? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Part-time Reception Location: Finance & Administrative Services/Facility Operations Salary: $15.08 - $16.92/hour Job Summary: The position is responsible for answering phones, answering loading dock, stamping parking tickets, issuing lost parking tickets, directing people to their destinations and performing clerical tasks. The schedule for the position will be Monday through Friday from12:00pm - 5:00pm. Becoming a receptionist would allow you to be involved with Facilities Operations within local government. Your day will consist of greeting customers in person and on the phone. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County. Being able to build working relationships with employees, 30 countywide departments and the public, is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you should have a High school diploma/GED and 1-2 years of experience. Individuals should have a working knowledge of Microsoft office; possess the ability to effectively problem solve and have the ability to work both individually and in a team atmosphere. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit Finance and Administrative Services . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume, we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Jun 12, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, The Lake County Health Department is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 1,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. We are currently looking for a Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurse Summary: Provides direct clinical care of clients, including ordering of lab tests, counseling of patients, developing treatment plans and prescribing medication within the scope of their education and certification of the collaborative agreement with their collaborating physician as assigned at one or more clinical facilities in the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below represent the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Masters’ Degree in Nursing or Post-Masters’ certification as an APN (such as a Ph. D) ANA certification, plus appropriate certification by a recognized National APN specialty certifying body as required by state law: ANCE NCCC NAPNAP AMCB ACC ANCC Current Illinois licensure as a Registered Nurse with a Psychiatric Advanced Practice License Controlled Substance Licensure Requires certification from ANA Ability to work on weekends, holidays and overtime if necessary Ability to maintain and keep records Able to complete the Suboxone licensure requirement Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! If you need assistance writing your resume we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Aug 18, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in playing an active role in initiating, overseeing and evaluating workforce system projects and programs that meet the needs of job seekers and employers in Lake County? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Workforce Development Board Coordinator Location: Waukegan, IL Salary: $73, 892 Job Summary: Responsible for providing support and assistance to the 30-member Board and board committees and facilitate policy development, including program evaluation and implementation of Strategic Plan goals and objectives Becoming the Workforce Board Coordinator would allow you to be involved in local government, ranging from strategic planning and evaluating workforce system projects and programs to providing policy and statutory direction to the Workforce Board consistent with WIOA. Your day will consist of taking an active role in initiating and overseeing employment and training programs throughout Lake County with business leaders and the workforce board. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County. Being able to build working relationships with employees, 30 countywide departments and the public, is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you should have a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or a related field; and five years of related experience. Individuals should have a working knowledge of economic, community, and workforce development; the ability to ability to read and interpret state and federal Workforce Innovative and Opportunity (WIOA) statutes and guidelines; possess the ability to effectively problem solve and have the ability to work both individually and in a team atmosphere. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit Workforce Development . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Grayslake, Illinois, United States
Aug 18, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in administrative support? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Licensure Officer Location: Grayslake, IL Salary: $16.74 Job Summary: Responsible for educator licensure support in the Lake County Regional Office of Education, requiring application of prescribed procedures, interpretation of Illinois School Administrative Codes, and conducting district licensure compliance audits. Becoming a Licensure Officer would allow you to be involved with multiple aspects of school district and educator support within local government, ranging from educator licensure and compliance to direct customer service. Your day will consist of maintaining support of educators in over 45 school districts, while ensuring compliance with Administrative Code and state laws. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County, which consists of more than 30 departments and divisions. Being able to build working relationships with employees and the public is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you should have completed a standard high school program or equivalent and have at least two years of experience in computerized clerical work. Preferred applicants will have a working knowledge of Illinois State Board of Education Administrative Codes; possess the ability to effectively problem solve and have the ability to work both individually and in a team atmosphere. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit the Lake County ROE . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action, visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume, we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Libertyville, Illinois, United States
Aug 17, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in the maintenance and repair of water and sanitary sewers? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Utility Worker Location: Libertyville, IL Salary: $22.14 - $23.73 Job Summary: The general function of this position will be to assist in the repair or replacement of water/sewer mains, piping, valves, and hydrants, operate heavy equipment, assist in restoration work and the repair/preventative maintenance of water and sewage pumps, motors, generators, and other mechanical/electrical equipment. This position works Monday through Friday from 7:00am - 3:30pm and must be available for occasional overtime duty, weekend duty and 24-hour call on a rotating basis. The Utility Worker must have good knowledge of methods, practices, materials, tools and knowledge of hazards and safety precautions related to the maintenance and repair of potable water systems and sanitary sewers. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County. Being able to build working relationships with employees, 30 countywide departments and the public, is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. To be successful in this role you should have a high school diploma or GED, and at least one year of experience in the field of water and/or sewer maintenance and repair. Basic computer skills are required. You must also possess a valid Class A CDL Driver's License with tanker endorsement, or able to obtain one within six months of start date, supplemented by a satisfactory driving record. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department, you will be working for, visit Public Works . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume, we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Aug 17, 2018
Part Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background as a legal assistant? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Part Time Legal Assistant (27.5 hours) Location: State's Attorney's Office Salary: $16.75 per hour Job Summary: Responsible for a variety of clerical and legal assistant duties including: reception responsibilities, assisting callers and visitors; high-volume document filing and case file management; utilizing case management system to research and record case information; generating documents and assisting attorneys and senior legal assistants. Becoming a legal assistant would allow you to be involved with the criminal justice system within local government. Your day will consist of assisting callers and visitors including victims, law enforcement and the public; filing documents and managing case files; utilizing a case management system to research and record information, assisting attorneys and senior legal assistants with creating legal documents; communicating with law enforcement and justice partners. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County, which consists of more than 30 departments and divisions. Being able to build working relationships with employees and the public is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you should have a high school diploma supplemented by college courses and two years of experience in administrative support work in a law office or law-related area. Individuals should have a working knowledge of the criminal court system and understanding of legal terms; excellent keyboarding skills and knowledge of Microsoft software programs; possess the ability to effectively prioritize work, problem solve and have the ability to work both individually and in a team atmosphere. Candidates should also posess excellent communication skills, the ability to exercise good judgement and discretion, and be able to lift and move up to 30 pounds. Candidates must reside in Lake County, IL. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit State's Attorney . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action, visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume, we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Aug 17, 2018
Full Time
Are you looking for a challenging role with rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, 19 th Judicial Circuit is the place for you. It is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in social service practices, case work philosophy and supervision of adults? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Adult Probation Officer (Pretrial Field) Location: Waukegan, Illinois, United States Salary: $44,457 Annually Job Summary: Under general supervision, performs work supervising defendants released on bond supervision. This position is in the Pretrial Unit of Adult Probation. Becoming a Probation Officer would allow you to be involved with the 19th Judicial Court within local government. Your day will consist of assisting Probationers to solve problems and make necessary adjustments to reduce law-violating behavior. You will have endless opportunities to impact and make a difference within Lake County. Being able to build working relationships with employees, 30 countywide departments and the public, is sure to keep you interested and continuously learning. In order to be successful in this role you must have a Bachelor's Degree from a college or university of recognized standing with course work in Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Criminal Justice, Corrections or a related field and familiarity with standards, policies, and functions of the 19th Judicial Circuit Court. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information as to why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the Court, visit the 19 th Judicial Circuit Court . To learn more about other services that Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume, we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Candidates for this position must be certified by the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts (AOIC). The link to the AOIC application is available electronically at http://19thcircuitcourt.state.il.us/faq.aspx?qid=194 . Candidates must be a U.S. citizen and live in Illinois at time of hiring or within 30 days of employment. Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Lake County, IL Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Aug 03, 2018
Part Time
Are you looking for a challenging role within an organization that provides flexible hours, rewarding compensation and an excellent benefit package? If so, Lake County Government is the place for you. Comprised of nearly 3,000 employees, it is our goal to positively serve the residents of Lake County while working with a purpose. We believe our employees should take pride in the work they accomplish while truly respecting a collaborative work environment. Do you have a background in adult education or workforce development with the field of corrections? If so, this position could very well be for you: Position: Re-Entry Specialist Location: Waukegan, IL Salary: $21.37 - $24.49/hour Job Summary: Becoming a Re-Entry Specialist would allow you to be involved with the assessment of inmates to develop specific goals and action plans and link them with community social services agencies. The Inmate Program Manager and the Re-Entry Specialist work together to present programs that allow inmates to obtain insight and skills that will increase the chances of them not returning to the jail. The Specialist cultivates and maintains working relationships with community agencies and support group that address ex-offender needs; set appointments, as appropriate, with agencies, support groups and community mentors; evaluates and maintains the inmate education curriculum. Assist with and/or coordinate the completion of the General Education Diploma (GED) Program and works closely and effectively with other Correctional and support staff to encourage inmate’s participation in structured jail treatment programs. Maintain accurate records of inmate contacts, referrals and other workload factors. Your day will consist of assessing individual needs of inmates, assists with development of goals and action plans, and makes appropriate referrals for jail programs and contacts to appropriate services available in the community. Perform timely follow-ups to track inmate progress and success. Follow all established policies, procedures and directives of the Sheriff’s Office. In order to be successful in this role you should have a Bachelor’s degree Bachelor’s degree and, two to four years of experience. Individuals should have a working knowledge of course work in psychology, criminal justice, or related field. Significant experience with adult education, interviewing, workforce development within the field of corrections and experience with inmates in detention facilities. Must also be certified/trained under PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act); possess the ability to effectively problem solve and have the ability to work both individually and in a team atmosphere. Lake County offers a competitive salary and benefit package with performance-based incentive plans. We also offer flexible working hours, and a comprehensive wellness and training program. Visit our Prospective Employee page to get additional information on why you should work for Lake County! To learn more about the department you will be working for, visit Sheriff's Office . To learn more about other services Lake County provides and to see some of our employees in action visit our website to view videos . If you need assistance writing your resume we have some tools to help you at our Human Resources website . Any offer of employment is conditioned on the successful completion of a background screening, drug and alcohol testing and may include a pre-employment medical exam. Lake County is an Equal Opportunity Employer