Join the BEDS Plus Team! The BEDS staff is a group of dedicated professionals helping vulnerable people. We are an equal opportunity employer looking for individuals to help fulfill our mission and are willing to work on a fast paced, client-focused team.
We are often looking for case management staff. Inquiries welcome. Those with degrees in social work who are interested in working to end homelessness should send a letter of interest and their resume to Bill Burke, employment specialist, at email@example.com.
BEDS Plus offers competitive benefits including medical coverage, dental coverage, generous paid time off and a SIMPLE IRA with employer match to eligible employees. Below is a list of current position vacancies.
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Director of Emergency Services
The Director of Emergency Services is responsible for overseeing the emergency services program at BEDS Plus which includes emergency shelter operation, homeless client care, food rescue and distribution, street outreach, and managing housing plans linked with the coordinated entry process. To learn more about this position and to apply, click HERE.
Case Manager: Justice Involved
The Justice Involved Case Manager works with those individuals who have been involved with the state or federal corrections department. They may have been incarcerated and/or or may be on parole. The Justice Involved Case Manager works with these individuals to help provide a stable housing situation. To learn more about this position and to apply, click HERE.
The Case Aide is responsible for assisting with case management activities in various departments at the agency including housing emergency services and homelessness prevention. To learn more about this position and to apply, click HERE.
Watch this video HERE to learn more about the “day in the life” of a BEDS Plus Case Aide.
The AmeriCorps Member will work with all aspects of the Emergency Shelter program including volunteer scheduling, operational logistics and staffing. Our AmeriCorps Members assist case managers, clinical specialist and director with client care and case management. Assist with all aspects of client care across the organization. They are also required to attend all required AmeriCorps Monthly meetings and events. AmeriCorps Members receive a living stipend, health coverage, and an education award upon completion.
Case Manager – DCFS
Our case managers work directly with our clients providing resources to ultimately make sure their housing needs are met. The DCFS case manager, a member of our family services team, will meet with clients to develop and work a plan designed to meet the client’s individual needs, the family’s needs, and to meet the requirements of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.