We're Growing - Join our team!
If you believe every young adult deserves high-quality care, see what it means to be a part of the Covenant House Illinois team.
What do we all have in common?
We care. With compassion, respect and unconditional love, we remember that everything we do is to help youth regain control of their lives and explore their potential. We believe every youth deserves to live a full and happy life and it’s our job to support them on their journey.
We are always growing and searching for compassionate people to join our team of dynamic, committed folks who are dedicated to providing love and support for all youth in need. CHIL provides professional growth opportunities, excellent benefits (12 paid holidays, paid sick time, 3 weeks vacation). Additional perks include a signing bonus after 60 days of employment, professional development stipend, on-site training as well as free, on-site secure parking.
We invite you to visit our job listings page regularly to see if there’s a role that’s right for you.
What I love most about working for CHIL is that I am able to speak with so many youth about their experiences. Every person here has a different story, and I'm fortunate enough to listen to each and every one
-Cesar, Youth Advisor at CHIL since July 2020
Our Statement of Inclusion:
Our doors are open to youth and staff regardless of their race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
Our Definition of Diversity:
Understanding that diversity means many different things to many different people, Covenant House Illinois defines it broadly to be inclusive of many different elements of human groups, but to focus particularly on: Racial and ethnic groups, Gender Identity and Expression, Sexual Orientation (LGBTQ+ populations), and People with Disabilities. Our objectives are to improve equity (promoting justice, impartiality, and fairness within the procedures, processes, and distribution of resources) and increase inclusion (ensuring diverse individuals can fully participate in agency decision-making processes).