St. Charles is a social services agency that provides case management, employment training and support, mental and behavioral health services, support services for court-involved youth, treatment foster care, residential treatment, and prevention services county and state-wide.
St. Charles seeks individuals with a minimum of a High School Degree as well as individuals with college degrees or licensure in mental or behavioral health-related fields who are dedicated to helping those we serve meet their goals.
Full and Part time positions (and internships) are available for youth care staff, case managers, mental and behavioral health counselors, licensed therapists, and administrative roles.
St. Charles is seeking potential Foster Parents willing to open their home to children with mental and/or behavioral health needs. Learn more about being a Foster Parent.
St. Charles offers a comprehensive salary and benefit package:
- Competitive salary structure
- Excellent health, dental, vision and life insurance
- 100% employer contribution to pension plan
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Generous paid time off
- Employee Assistance Program
- Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)
- Healthy Living Program
- Comprehensive Industry-Based Training
St. Charles Commitment to Staff
St. Charles is entrusted by our community to provide programs and services that support individuals and families at times of most vulnerability. We take this responsibility seriously and know that knowledgeable, engaged and professional staff play a significant role in helping those we serve build success and independence in their lives.
St. Charles is committed to creating a work atmosphere for our staff that will help them be their professional best and provide high quality services that align with our mission. To this end, St. Charles is committed to:
- provide useful tools and resources so staff can perform their roles as safely and securely as possible.
- Provide helpful training, tools and resources that equip staff to perform their job.
- provide meaningful opportunities for professional development and growth.
- create and implement policies and procedures in a fair and equitable manner.
- provide opportunities to capture staff voice and opinions for decisions that impact them and the work that they do.
- recognize and involve diverse talents and voices in our Agency’s staffing, leadership and decision-making.
- provide relevant and timely information to staff.
- provide opportunities for staff to learn about other areas of the organization and build staff connections across departments.
- provide consistent feedback and coaching to staff.
- provide self-care and healthy lifestyle opportunities for staff to address work and life-related stress.
- offer a comprehensive and competitive salary and benefit package for our employees.
St. Charles believes that these commitments are foundational to attracting, maintaining and retaining quality staff. St. Charles’ staff are a reflection of our Agency, our mission, and our commitment to those we serve.
Equal Opportunity Employer
St. Charles Youth & Family Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, national origin, religion, disability, age, veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment, or on the basis of gender in its health programs and activities.
How do I apply if I have a disability?
St. Charles Youth & Family Services, Inc. is committed to providing an equal employment opportunity to all job seekers, including individuals with disabilities. If you believe you need a reasonable accommodation to search for a job opening or to submit an application, please contact us by calling (414) 539-4906 or email HR to contact us for help.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply?
To apply for a position with St. Charles visit our agency website. You will find all open positions and if interested, you can complete an application from there.
If I am working on licensure for my mental health credentials, can I get supervision by a qualified clinical supervisor at St. Charles?
Yes. St. Charles works with staff to obtain their clinical hours and can provide supervision by appropriate clinical supervisors.
Does St. Charles have internship opportunities?
Yes. St. Charles has opportunities for individuals who are seeking internships in the social service field. Because of the diversity of our programming, we are able to work with many university majors or licensing processes. We always want to ensure we are able to provide a quality internship experience with the necessary supervision, so please contact St. Charles at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
I’m interested in working within a diverse organization. Is St. Charles diverse?
Yes! Both our workforce and those we serve come from diverse backgrounds and experiences. We are proud to be an organization that welcomes and encourages diverse staff and clients regardless of religion, race, color, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital or military status. We make diversity and inclusion a priority and continue to grow in all of these areas to fulfill our mission with everyone we serve.
What positions are currently open at St. Charles?
To see the current position openings please follow this link.
Is there room for growth/advancement at St. Charles?
Yes! St. Charles has over 15 different program and service areas where staff can gain experience in direct care with youth or adults. These program and service areas include roles that are, clinical, prevention-focused, community-based, employment-focused, resource center services, as well as roles that involve case management and care coordination. Many staff gain valuable experience, move to different roles within the organization, and advance in their careers. St. Charles offers tuition reimbursement for those who are interested in completing related degrees and licensure.
Currently, 50% of St. Charles’ management team has been promoted from within!
What can I expect for a work environment? What’s a typical day?
A typical day and the work environment are different for different types of positions.
Community-focused: Many of our positions are community-focused so a typical day may be going to client homes, meeting with collaborative community resources, or working in various community settings with clients on one’s caseload. These positions require some flexibility in schedule to meet client needs but also afford for a flexible daily work schedule.
Campus-based: Some of our positions are campus-based so clients receive services at our facilities. Staff schedules are based on the needs of the program and can be first, second or third shift throughout the week.