Current Openings

Webster-Cantrell Hall is a private not-for-profit Child Welfare Agency.

The Mission of Webster-Cantrell Hall is to serve children, youth, and families at risk of or in challenging circumstances. The Agency provides for their physical, social, educational, and psychological needs through home, community based, and residential prevention and treatment programs. The professional services facilitate family preservation and the development of self sufficient individuals.

Webster-Cantrell Hall is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following employment opportunities:

  • Therapist –
    Assumed primary responsibility for all individual, group and family counseling for clients in the program. Requires a minimum of Master’s degree in social work or related field; Masters of Social Work preferred. LCSW, LCPC, or LMFT licensure required. Counseling experience also required. Must provide own liability insurance coverage. Must be available for evening hours.
  • Part-Time Residential Youth Care Counselors and Supervisors –
    May lead to full time employment. Child Care Counselors must be a high school graduate (Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred) with experience in human services. Child Care Supervisor must have 60 hours of college credit, with 5 years experience in human services (Bachelor’s degree in human services preferred).
  • Foster Family Case Manager –
    Caseworkers offer valuable support and assistance to people in need. They help clients with concrete needs, like housing or food, or help them apply for social services. They often work with people who are unable to care for themselves or their families because of mental or physical illness or disability. The Caseworker will be responsible for attending regular home visits with families and reporting on the children’s welfare, and collaborating with foster care to come up with temporary living arrangements for children if necessary. A Bachelor’s degree in a Human Service field is required. Ability to pass a background check and obtain a drivers clearance a must.
  • Outpatient Clinical Supervisor –
    Qualifications:Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field required. LCSW, LCPC or LMFT licensure required. Counseling experience also required. Must provide own liability insurance coverage and must be available for evening hours. Prior supervisory experience is a must.

    Additional Desired Qualifications:

    CADC, experience with drug and alcohol, domestic violence, grief counseling, depression and anxiety or play therapy highly desired. Also prefer those with prior Medicaid training and knowledge of Rule 132.

    Responsibilities:

    • Assign case responsibility to professionally trained staff and supervise, schedule, monitor, and evaluate the assigned staff.
    • Ensure the maintenance of accurate, legible, and organized records on program activities, including caseload composition, intake dispositions, service terminations, resource utilization, outcomes and individual client records.
    • Provide clinical oversight to the therapists including discussing therapeutic approaches in individual and group therapy.
    • Coordinate, supervise, review, and evaluate all mental health assessments, individual treatment plans and case notes for all program clients.
    • Participate in the recruitment and selection of professional staff.
  • Clinical Residential Supervisor
    Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field required, with 5 years clinical experience (at least three of which have followed completion of degree studies). LCSW or LCPC licensure required. Counseling experience also required.Responsibilities:

    • Within the context of providing a therapeutic environment for all clients, facilitate the development of healthy interpersonal relationships and stabilization toward the goal of transition and discharge by working with the clinical staff on teaching the client and improving the functional level of the client also by working with all other staff comprising the treatment team, as well as working directly with and on behalf of the client.
    • Assign case responsibility to professionally trained staff and supervise, schedule, monitor, and evaluate the assigned staff.
    • Ensure the maintenance of accurate, legible, and organized records on program activities, including caseload composition, intake dispositions, service terminations, resource utilization, placement stability, outcomes and individual client records.
    • Provide clinical oversight to the therapists including discussing therapeutic approaches in individual and group therapy.
    • Coordinate, supervise, review, and evaluate all mental health assessments, individual treatment plans and case notes for all program clients.
  • Internship and Volunteer opportunities are also available.

Webster-Cantrell Hall is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace.

All employee candidates must clear DCFS CANTS and criminal background inquiries, DMV checks, and submit to a drug screen if hired. No phone calls.