Join Our Team!!

Part-time employees in our Residential Program-  4pm to Midnight and Midnight to 8am

Our Behavioral Health Technicians will serve as a Mentor and role model to consumers with a serious mental illness within a residential setting. Requires ability to assist with and/or teach daily living skills as well as facilitate socialization and recreational activities individually and in group settings. Candidates must be 21 years of age, have a High School Diploma or GED, successfully complete CPR (Agency provided), and hold a valid Drivers License.

Crisis Clinician

Opportunity to make real life-changing differences to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis.  Qualified applicants must be quick-thinking and able to remain calm under pressure, providing crisis assessment, intervention and stabilization services to all age populations in the community as well as over the telephone.  Accountable to the Director of Crisis Services. A bachelor’s degree in a human services field is required, at a minimum.  LPC or MSW preferred.  Due to the mobility of the program, successful candidates must also have a reliable, legally insured vehicle and a valid driver’s license.

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant

Opportunity for self-motivated, independent individual to provide consultation, training and technical assistance to childcare providers and other community groups in a six-county area.   The successful candidate must be dynamic individual possessing good communication skills, creativity and flexibility to adapt to different environments.  The successful candidate must be a qualified mental health professional (QMHP) or possess a master’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or related field.  Due to the mobility of the program, candidates must have a legally insured car and a valid driver’s license.

Full-time Support Staff

Opportunity for an outgoing and energetic person to join our reception staff.  Qualified applicants must be responsible, reliable and able to multi-task. Experience in a healthcare or social service office setting is preferred.  Primary responsibilities include greeting and assisting consumers with orientation to our services, collecting payments, answering phones, and secretarial support to clinicians. The successful candidate will be organized and have exceptional customer service as well as strong communication skills.  A high school degree or its equivalency is required.

LifeLinks Provides:

  • A history of serving the community of Mattoon, Illinois and surrounding areas.
  • Opportunities to grow and develop personally and professionally
  • A large diversity of programs and services for individuals seeking employment

Benefits for Full-Time Staff include:

  • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Generous benefit time schedule including sick time, vacation time, and 14 holidays per year.
  • A 35 hour work week

For current job openings or questions:

Thank you for your interest of employment at LifeLinks.

A Great Place to Intern

Each year LifeLinks selects undergraduate and graduate students from local universities to complete internships at our agency. The outpatient and SASS programs provide internships to graduate students. The community support and PSR programs have internships for undergraduate and graduate students. Click to view attached grid, deadline and application materials to apply for Intern positions.

LifeLinks inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Click here for the LifeLinks’ application for employment. Once you have completed the application, you can bring it to our office, mail it to us at the address at the bottom of this page, or scan it and attach it to an email and send it to humanresources@lifelinksinc.org

Because you have rights as an applicant….

LifeLinks Mental Health
750 Broadway Avenue East
Mattoon, Illinois 61938
(217) 238-5700