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NASW is the largest and most recognized membership organization of professional social workers in the world. As one of the largest chapters in the association, the NASW-Illinois Chapter has the ability to connect advertisers with thousands of Illinois social workers.


Click on any of the links below to check out our options on promoting your business or services to our members or click here for our Ad Options At-a-Glance.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The NASW-Illinois Chapter reserves the right to reject applications for events that take place during the month of October and November and cannot approve applications for events that are self-study or that take place over multiple, non-sequential days (i.e., We can allow for 2-day conferences that take place over a weekend but not a 5-part series of courses taken over the span of a year).

NOTE: There will be a temporary pause on all advertising approval and postings during the weeks of August 1–14, 2024. Ad approvals and postings will resume on August 15, 2024.

  • Events & Education Coordinator - NASW-Illinois Chapter
    The NASW-Illinois Chapter is hiring! The events and education coordinator position plays an integral role in the NASW-Illinois Chapter’s mission to provide quality and affordable continuing education and networking opportunities to our members both live virtually and in person. Position will manage events for the chapter from the ground up, including (but not limited to) securing presenters and venues, scheduling, registration, registrant management, day-of event moderation, and recording. This position will eventually also manage and design our annual conference and lobby day. MAJOR FUNCTIONS - Organize, manage, and moderate live virtual and in-person education events for the chapter. NOTE: Position will require some travel in local Chicagoland area and the ability to work on-site for events. - Coordinate events and meetings for affiliated chapter districts, shared interest groups (SIGs), and sister chapters (Nevada and North Dakota) - Maintain chapter documentation in accordance with IDFPR regulations for educational providers - Special projects as assigned by managers including annual conference, grants, and membership recruitment. - Answering general office and member queries relating to events and licensure For more information and to apply, please read the full job description here:
  • Executive Director - Counseling Center of the North Shore
    KEES has been exclusively retained by Counseling Center of the North Shore in its search for an Executive Director. CCNS Executive Director CCNS seeks its next Executive Director to embrace its mission and lead the organization into the future. The Executive Director will be responsible for the leadership and management of the organization with a dual focus on the external (resource development, community engagement, and partnerships) and internal (fiscal management, team leadership.) The successful candidate, with the Board of Directors, will bring a strategic focus on sustainability and growth to the organization’s impact and mission delivery. A visible presence within the community, the successful candidate will promote the CCNS brand, and form new relationships with various stakeholders. The next leader will be a passionate and empathetic advocate, vision-oriented, and a connector of resources supporting Mental Health. Some specific requirements include: • A minimum of 5 years of progressive experience in leadership and management, with documented ability to manage staff and lead teams. Nonprofit experience is a plus. • Strong leadership skills in general management, communication, finance, and organizational leadership. Particularly in financial analysis, planning and management. • Experience with managing and growing a diverse revenue stream, including elements of both earned and contributed income. • A positive cultural influencer with a keen talent for encouraging and building collaboration, a positive work environment, and morale, ensuring all align with mission delivery and outcome achievement. • Demonstrated success in building strong and productive work teams with a focus on mentoring and nurturing staff development. • Retail experience is preferred. • Bachelors degree is required. To assure confidential tracking of all applicants, no applications will be accepted via email. ALL INQUIRIES WILL BE HELD IN STRICT CONFIDENCE. This search is being managed by Heather Eddy, President and CEO, and Randi Blasutti, Project Manager of KEES. Questions may be addressed to
  • Psychologist - Mental Health - Chicago Department of Public Health
    For full job posting and link to apply, go to link and search Job Number: 394306 PSYCHOLOGIST - MENTAL HEALTH ESSENTIAL DUTIES · Conducts diagnostic interviews with clients to assess current functioning levels and obtain medical and social case Histories. · Administers and interprets psychological tests and makes psychological assessments. · Diagnoses mental and emotional disorders of clients and formulates plans of treatment.
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