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Job Opportunities

Tri-County Opportunities Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider. Applications from women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and people from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged.

Completed applications may be submitted by scanning and emailing to tcoc@tcochelps.org. Or mail the completed application to Tri-County Opportunities Council, 405 Emmons Ave., PO Box 610, Rock Falls, IL 61071.

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Whiteside
Mental Health Specialist

Schedule: Full Time, Full Year Position

Cities: Rock Falls

Job Description: Responsible for coordinating/overseeing the delivery of behavioral and mental health services consistent with contractual agreements, laws, regulations and standards requirements. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in counseling, social work, sociology, psychology, or human services is required. Applicant must also have a Certified Mental Health Provider certification or State of Illinois Licensure. Preferably specialized training or experience in Mental Health, Trauma Informed Care, Child Development, and working with vulnerable populations.

Whiteside
Health Assistant

Schedule: 40 hrs./week; Full Year Position

Cities: Rock Falls

Job Description: Minimum of a High School Diploma or GED. Valid driver's license required. CNA License and 2+ years of experience preferred. Responsible for monitoring health and dental needs of children, data collection/entry, and collaborate with and support medical, dental, and immunization offices.

Ogle
Family and Community Service Worker

Schedule: 40 hrs./per wk; Part Year Position

Cities: Rochelle

Job Description: Minimum of an Associate's Degree in Social Work, Child and Family Studies, or a related degree. If degree requirements are not met, the applicant will be required to obtain a Family Development Credential within the first 18 months of hire. Previous family services experience is preferred but not required.

Whiteside
Health Specialist

Schedule: Salary, Full-Year

Cities: Rock Falls

Job Description: Year Support expectant mothers and children between the ages of birth-five establish and maintain regular dental and medical care. Develop community partnerships. Track, analyze and respond to data collection. Minimum of a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or a Registered Nurse (RN) with a current Illinois license. A valid driver’s license, excellent driving record, and previous experience in pediatric health, public health, or health management systems are required.

LaSalle, Whiteside
Practice Based Coach

Schedule: 40 hrs./wk; part year position

Cities: Negotiable

Job Description: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Edcuation, Child Development, or a closely related degree with a minimum of 21 credit hours in ECE.

Carroll, LaSalle, Whiteside
Preschool Teacher Assistatnt OR Infant/Toddler Support Teacher

Schedule: 35-40 hrs./wk; part year and full year positions.

Cities: Oregon, Polo, Rock Falls, Sterling, Streator, West Carroll

Job Description: Minimum of an AAS Degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or closely related degree with a minimum of 21 credit hours in ECE. Will consider Preschool Child Development Associate Credential (CDA).

LaSalle, Ogle, Whiteside
Float Assistants

Schedule: 40 Hours/Per Week. Part Year Positions

Cities: Ottawa, Sterling, Streator

Job Description: Support chidlren, families and staff in an Early Childhood setting. Minimum of a High School Diploma Required

Bureau, Carroll, LaSalle, Lee, Marshall, Ogle, Putnam, Stark, Whiteside
Energy Auditor

Schedule: 7:00 am to 5:30 pm Mon-Thursday most weeks

Cities: Rock Falls

Job Description: Inspect and test homes for safety and energy saving measures

Bureau, Carroll, LaSalle, Lee, Marshall, Ogle, Putnam, Stark, Whiteside
Foster Grandparent Volunteer

Schedule: Negotiable

Job Description: Our AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers serve in local schools and daycare centers as Foster Grandparents. They work one on one with students in need of extra attention in their studies, social development or emotional support. Volunteers must meet income guidelines, be age 55 or over and have a love of working with youth. In return for their time and experience volunteers receive a modest hourly stipend, transportation reimbursement and perks galore. Best of all they have the satisfaction of making a difference in the life of a child. Please contact the Foster Grandparent office at 815-625-7830, ext. 610 for more information or to apply.

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