Supervisor - Adult Court Services

Supervisor - Adult Court Services

TASC, Inc. | Chicago, IL, 60602, US
Salary Range:$57,000 – $75,000 Salary range estimated by Zippia

Posted 9 days ago

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The Adult Criminal Justice and Treatment Services (ACJS) supports clients who may have struggles related to a substance use disorder. We provide opportunities for clients to rebuild their lives so they can become healthy and self-sufficient. ACJS work includes screening and assessments for substance use disorders, placing clients into treatment programs, monitoring and reporting on progress, and providing support including, but not limited to, insurance enrollment, obtaining a state ID, and finding employment resources.

The supervisor will provide oversight to the Cook County problem solving court programs and staff. The supervisor will be proficient in and implementation of the Illinois Problem Solving Courts Standards; working with and managing partners that require the ability to make sound decisions in complex or advanced systems.


The Supervisor will provide the overall leadership of assigned programs including the program management, clinical supervision, personnel, and day-to-day operations of the assigned programs and services for the agency; including: information systems, and office management. The Supervisor will ensure clients receive the highest continuity of care based on evidence-based research, treatment modalities, addiction intervention, AODA counseling, recovery support services and best practices by assisting in the development and implementation of, policies, and strategic goals of the agency and as may be directed by the Administrator, to assure that the needs of our clients are met/maintained on an individual basis. This position supervises a team of Case Management staff.


* Direct, plans and coordinates the work of staff, including supervision, evaluation, training, and team building within assigned program
* Supervise the day-to-day activities of the program management and office staff assigned to the designated program
* Establish work schedules for assigned staff and provide direct coverage when necessary
* Provide direct service to clients as necessary
* Coordinate and implement the delivery of consistent and quality program services
* Assists with the development and monitoring of program budget and contract deliverables
* Maintain program information and technology affecting functional area(s) to increase program effectiveness and ensure compliance
* Prepare, interpret, and present reports to the Administrator, external funding sources, and community partners in accordance with established timeframes
* Serves as direct liaison to the Administrator for program related needs and operational issues
* Facilitation of integrated and multi-disciplinary staffing with IDOC, Parole and providers.
* Provide guidance and support in resolving crisis situations with clients
* Participate in agency wide work groups as assigned
* Ensure reentry resources are available for required inner circle groups


* Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university preferably in social work, psychology, criminal justice, or related field required
* Minimum of 2 years of related experience in the human service field
* Minimum of 2 - 3 years of management experience
* Individuals with criminal records and other lived experience are encouraged to apply and may be required to obtain security clearance.
* CADC certification within two years of employment with TASC may be required based on contractual obligations
* ???????Knowledge of trauma informed care models of service
* Excellent interpersonal skills and effective oral and written communication skills
* Considerable knowledge of the current ASAM placement criteria, DSM-V as it relates to substance-related disorders, and Code of Ethics for substance abuse professionals, or the ability to acquire the knowledge
* Ability to effectively work as a part of a professional team