McLean County Center for Human Services is a leading provider of behavioral health services in McLean County.  Located in Bloomington, Illinois, our agency delivers Psychiatric, Counseling, Recovery, and Emergency Crisis Intervention services.

The Bloomington-Normal area offers a thriving community with an excellent public school system.  We are just a few hours from Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis.  We are proud to be the headquarters for State Farm Insurance and COUNTRY Financial. Our higher education institutions include Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, Heartland Community College and Lincoln College-Normal.

For immediate consideration, please submit a resume and letter of introduction to Human Resources Department at hr@mcchs.org.

McLean County Center for Human Services, 108 W. Market St., Bloomington, IL 61701.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Employment Opportunities

  • Excellent opportunity for Mental Health Professionals who are seeking a supplemental second income or require flexible scheduling.  

    • Motivated clinician needed to fill in shifts as needed due to vacations, sick leave, holidays, etc. Shifts include weekends, weekdays 4p to 12a, and weekdays 12a to 8a.
    • This paid, on-call, per diem position is responsible for providing supportive, emergency behavioral health crisis interventions in secure settings.  Most calls take place in hospital emergency departments in Bloomington/Normal, Illinois.
    • A Bachelor’s Degree with 1-year direct mental health experience required.  Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field preferred.  Experience in psychiatric pre-admission screening and referral preferred.

    Must reside within 20 minutes of Bloomington/Normal, Illinois.

  • This position will substitute for regular residential staff that are on sick, vacation, or holiday leave.  Shifts are evenings, overnights, weekends, and holidays.  Paid training is provided. Regular rate of pay is $11-$13 per hour.  Holiday rate of pay is $20 per hour.

    Responsibilities:

    Provide supportive counseling and assistance to eight adults with behavioral health needs;
    Provide life skill training and medication supervision;
    Provide written documentation of services performed;
    Complete light housekeeping duties.
    Qualifications:

    High school diploma or GED required;
    Experience working with special needs population preferred;
    Excellent organizational and communication skills;
    Patience, flexibility, and reliability are important traits;
    Must have reliable transportation and valid Illinois driver’s license.

Clinical Internships

None available at this time