The Building for Kids Children's Museum: Fine Arts Coordinator

Part Time. General Responsibilities: -Develop, implement, and evaluate arts based programming that promotes imagination, creativity, and confidence in our community. -With the Museum's education staff, develop and teach new arts based Discovery Classes for school field trips.

-Oversee programming, staffing, and materials for the da Vinci Art and Science Studio. -Continually look for possible collaborations and grant opportunities in the community. -Work with the executive team at the Museum to establish 6-month goals for the position. -Support other staff members as needed. -Complete other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: -College graduate with a Fine Arts, Education, or Early Childhood Education degree. -Minimum of two years experience working or volunteering directly with children in an educational or professional setting. -Comfortable working directly with children and their parents. -Highly organized with the ability to multitask frequently. -Customer service oriented. -Must have a teaching certificate or the ability to obtain a certificate within six months.

Application: Please submit cover letter, resume, and three professional references to: Michael Wartgow, Chief Operating Officer, The Building for Kids Children's Museum, 100 W. College Avenue, Appleton, WI 54911
Email: mwartgow@buildingforkids.org

Agape of Appleton, Inc: Caregivers

Full and Part-time Caregivers SIGN ON BONUS!!

Agape is looking for Caregivers to work with individuals with developmental disabilities. As a Caregiver, you will support/advocate for individuals in community settings based on Agape philosophy and mission.

Daily responsibilities include; medication management/administration, personal cares, teaching daily living skills, community integration, and monitoring and following behavioral plans and approaches.

Agape offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes:  Flexible schedule ~ Competitive salary ~ Group Health insurance ~ Group Dental insurance ~ Basic Life/Accidental Death and Dismembership Insurance Short-Term Disability Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Referral Bonuses

To apply please contact Cody Van Hout at cvanhout@agapeinc.org

Rebuilding Together Fox Valley: Executive Director

Rebuilding Together Fox Valley is nonprofit volunteer based organization that believes that everyone deserves to live in safe and healthy homes.  Our focus is to preserve and revitalize homes and communities, assuring that low-income homeowners, specifically seniors, veterans and those with disabilities, can continue to live in warmth, safety and independence. Annual cash revenue of approximately $600,000 with in-kind donations near $1,000,000.

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall development, management and execution of the operations and programs of Rebuilding Together Fox Valley (RTFV).  The Executive Director has primary responsibility for all phases of resource development for the organization, including the solicitation of funds and in-kind donations, volunteer recruitment and staff management. He or she will communicate a continuous improvement and growth mindset to his/her staff and possess strong ability to interface with and successfully influence others.

Reports To: Rebuilding Together Fox Valley Executive Board of Directors. Supervisory Authority: Supervises all program and office staff. FLSA Status: Salary Exempt.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: ~ Manage day to day operations of the business including staff, staff recruitment, training and annual goal and performance evaluations. ~ Responsible for overseeing the planning, organizing, coordinating and implementation of RTFV programs. ~ Provide oversight of program staff's project/house selection and project management. ~ Make recommendations for program and policy changes to the Board of Directors and take responsibility for evaluating the program. ~ Primary responsibility for fundraising, stewardship, publicity and volunteer recruitment. ~ Develop, implement and evaluate a comprehensive fundraising program including researching additional funding opportunities in conjunction with other local nonprofits. ~ Build a proactive plan for grant writing to grow and expand the current grant base. ~ In conjunction with board, establish timetables, track progress and report regularly to the Board of Directors on all strategic initiatives. ~ In conjunction with the board marketing committee, develop, implement and evaluate a marketing and public relations program. ~ Build, expand and maintain relations with other nonprofits, key stakeholders and donors. ~ Empowered to represent RTFV with outside groups, both national and local, to speak on behalf of the organization for the purpose of making the mission and program goals understood and successful. ~ Oversee the preparation of budgets, reports and annual tax documentation. ~ Assist with efforts to recruit and retain Board members. ~ Maintains a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field with special attention to corporate resources. ~ Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A minimum of a Bachelor's degree with business related experience plus a minimum of five years' experience in nonprofit management or a combination thereof. Construction / affordable housing industry familiarity / leadership strongly desired. Experience managing large and small groups of volunteers and working with a strong non-profit Board of Directors. Solid local community network associated with community organizations, non-profit management and fundraising techniques or ability to become networked in the community quickly. Strong organizational skills with the ability to shift priorities and deal with changing demands in an effective manner. Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills are essential. Ability to motivate, negotiate and persuade diverse groups and individuals. Competency in Microsoft Office Suite specifically Word, Excel and Outlook. Knowledge of program management processes and techniques. Familiarity with the use of a time management system. Experience in grant writing with ability to adjust style to meet evolving grant requirements. Strong work ethics with positive attitude open to constructive criticism, personal growth and active learning. Valid driver's license and reliable mode of transportation.

Physical Requirements: Frequently (75% to 100%) standing, walking, sitting, light lifting, light carrying, handling, speaking, hearing, seeing and typing. Occasionally (up to 30%) moderate lifting, moderate carrying, stooping, kneeling and reaching.

Evaluation: Evaluation will occur on an annual basis and will be based on job description, previous assessment, strategic plan and performance improvement plan. Above statements are intended to describe the essential functions and related requirements of individuals in this position. They are not intended as an exhaustive list of all job responsibilities. Rebuilding Together is equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce.

To apply please email a cover letter and resume to Paul Wellhouse at paulw@welhouseconstruction.com

COTS, Inc: Women's Program Case Manager

Oversee and operate a transitional shelter for homeless women. Manage a caseload of up to 17 women and up to 2 Single mothers with children. Provide a range of case management services to individuals enrolled in COTS program with the goal of assisting residents in achieving self-sufficiency and permanent housing upon program completion. This position is responsible for orientation of approved residents, maintaining case files, delivering quality supportive services and discharge planning with residents.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES : Conduct resident assessment and intake of housing needs, develop individualized service plan(ISP) to meet identified needs, and monitor resident progress during program participation. Manage the sequence of activities from intake to discharge for residents. Case manage for up to two years. Provide ongoing assistance to residents to meet identified needs: employment, education/school, monthly budgets, housing and guidance with accessing existing community resources (mental health/counseling services, AODA treatment, Social Security offices, County human services, etc.). Refer clients to medical and other supportive services; follow-up on appointments. Conduct orientation for new residents. Review program agreement, overview COTS rules, regulations and expectations, orient to building/program. Maintain accurate and complete case files for all individuals/families served. Collect program data; measure and record outcomes and keep accurate records. Enter provision of services data into ServicePoint system and prepare monthly/quarterly/annual service reports. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with area providers of low-income housing. Effectively network and advocate on behalf of all residents with all service providers, government units and community based organizations.  Monitor and supervise residents to ensure program rules/policies are followed; Set agenda/hold monthly house meetings.Be familiar with all ISPs.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES :  Inventory individual rooms, conduct room checks at the end of residency to determine appropriate refund of security deposit, prepare rooms for new intakes. Develop and maintain professional relationships and maintain effective communication with referral sources and additional service providers. Represent COTS via regular attendance of meetings with partner agencies when appropriate. Answer calls/inquiries about COTS and provide program information via phone, personal contact and tours. Assist when coordinating and scheduling volunteer opportunities with service clubs, church groups, etc. Assist with coordinating facility maintenance and obtaining household supplies. Miscellaneous reports and duties as assigned by Executive Director or requested information by Development Director.

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS REQUIREMENTS:  Bachelor's degree in relevant business field (Social Work, Criminal Justice or related field); equivalent work experience in a residential facility with correctional or AODA clients or those in poverty. High level of professional Independence; ability to work with minimal supervision. A positive attitude and a demonstrated record of professional conduct. Works proactively to address issues and identify solutions with day-to-day activities. Demonstrated ability to multi-task; able to flex/respond in a residential facility. Solid decision-making capabilities, using sound judgment and problem-solving skills required. Strong written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail and self-motivation required. Ability to communicate and partner effectively with a variety of professionals: county, state, corrections, housing, other non profits. Must demonstrate an exemplary commitment to provide exceptional resident service. Ability to work under pressure with demanding deadlines.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & WORK REQUIREMENTS:  Must demonstrate physical agility (bending, twisting, reaching, and pulling) for equipment and supplies. Travel independently to various locations. Operate office equipment; i.e. personal computer, telephone, fax. Work daytime, nighttime and weekend hours. Work independently with minimal supervision. Analytical and decision-making capabilities. Comprehend written and/or verbal communication.

These statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by staff assigned to this job classification.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.

To apply, only online submissions will be accepted. You may submit your application online at http://appletoncots.org/about/employment

Alternative Center for Education: Learning Specialist

The Alternative Center for Education (ACE) in Appleton, WI, is an organization with the mission of providing educational services to individuals with learning differences.
ACE is currently seeking a learning specialist to provide one- on -one services to individuals having difficulties in reading and/or mathematics.

The ideal candidate for this position will have a degree in learning disabilities or reading education.

Please send cover letter and resume to : Anne Schauman, Alternative Center for Education, 101 W Edison Ave, Suite 115, Appleton, WI 54915, or Email: akschauman@yahoo.com

Partnership Community Health Center: Chief Financial Officer

Oversees all financial areas for Partnership Community Health Center, (PCHC), including management of the general ledger and production of monthly financial statements, revenue cycle management (billing and collection), grants management, development of annual operating and capital budgets, statistical data tracking and cost reporting.  Responsible for driving financial initiatives. The CFO is the Leadership contact for all financial, accounting, and revenue cycle-related areas and issues of operations.  Collaboratively work with the Executive Director on Risk Management concerns for the business.

1. Supports Partnership Community Health Center leadership in the development of tactical plans, operating budgets, and resource allocation to achieve Revenue Cycle goals.
2.      Collaborates with clinic and provider leadership to ensure that operations and processes remain consistent and emulate best practices.
3.      Works collaboratively with others to promote communication and achieve goals of FCCHC.
4.      Reviews all contracts for compliance with budget and other financial impact.
5.      Maintains compliance with governmental and regulatory agency requirements including the preparation of all regulatory and financial reports.
6.      Maintains and updates Chart of Accounts including preparing standard journal entries, adjusting entries for monthly and year-end closing.
7.      Manages all financial accounting, reporting, procedures, and internal controls of Health Center. Coordinates and prepares various financial statements and productivity reporting.
8.      Oversees all Health Center budgeting and reporting to leadership, board of directors, and funding sources.
9.      Prepares monthly contract and grant vouchers with supporting schedules.
10.     Provides supervision of the Revenue Cycle, Grants management, Payroll, Purchased Services, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Payable.
11.     Audits expenses in accordance with general accounting principles; including the auditing of Leadership's expense accounts.
12.     Responsible for hiring, training, supervising and evaluating Finance staff.
13.     Oversees audit process to meet OMBA-133 standards.
14.     Supports the organization in the development of uniform Revenue Cycle policies and procedures.
15.     Develops, supervises, and coordinates all efforts to attain maximum third party reimbursement, including payer credentialing and cost reporting.
16.     Monitors denials for any trends, and changes processes as indicated.  Modifies procedures to minimize future denials and/or errors, with routine updates to Leadership of these trends and modifications.
17.     Manages EPIC & Dentrix patient information system billing modules.
18.     Enforces follow-up procedures using EPIC and other automation to ensure timely completion of tasks.
19.     Reviews collection agency performance quarterly and report financial performance to Leadership.
20.     In collaboration with ThedaCare staff, maintains and updates the technology environment to insure integrity of financial and patient data.

To apply please contact the Human Resources Coordinator at:  maria.jacobson@thedacare.org

CESA 6: Youth Mentor

The Individualized Youth Services Program is seeking to hire individuals to work part-time on a one-on-one basis in Winnebago, Fond du Lac or Outagamie County with children who have severe emotional disturbances, focusing on daily living skills. During the school year, these children go to school all day and are then transported to our facility and other community-based destinations for individualized services. During the summer, the children are in the program all day. The routine includes social skills curriculum, crafts and activities, meal time and chores. Outings may include trips to the YMCA, libraries, museums, pools, parks and other outside and/or community-based activities.  Be prepared to be actively involved!

Applicants must be available to work the following hours as posted: During the School Year: *Must be able to work at least 2-3 shifts per week and available to work at least 2 weekends a month Weekday shifts: *2:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Weekend shifts: *9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. During the Summer: Weekday and Weekends shifts: *9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. *Shifts may start earlier or end later depending on transportation needs of clients. Hours may also vary between counties.

Valid driver's license required. No previous education or experience necessary, however, prior experience working with children preferred; training will be provided upon hire.

To apply please email :  wmanning@cesa6.org

Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI: Family & Community Specialist

Develop educational opportunities for family caregivers that will be provided throughout the year, with a variety of strategies (group and individualized) and settings (TCC, community, in-home) employed in order to reach as wide a range of caregivers as possible.  Group educational offerings serve as an outreach strategy to connect with caregivers who may not have previously accessed services.

·The Thriving Caregiver Evenings during the year with other specialized educational events coordinated by the Community Service Specialist.  ·Education events during the year may include topics such  as self-care for the caregiver, Conversation about Compassion, disability specific topics (recovering from a stroke, Parkinson's Disease, dementia) communicating with family members, stress management, creating a safe environment, making care decisions and creating a sense of purpose for yourself and your loved.   ·Thriving Caregiver EVENTS are held during the day and are different then Thriving Caregiver Evenings.  The events are designed provide educational opportunities for family caregivers to reach a daytime audience.  Programs are planned in association with identified topics and speakers in the Outagamie Caregiver Coalition.   ·Supports the education programs of the Outagamie Caregiver Coalition.  ·Facilitate on-going monthly support group for caregivers of individuals affected by dementia is facilitated by the Community Service Specialist.   ·Facilitate Caregiver Cafes are an alternative to the traditional 'support group'.  ·Case management: This one-to-one support is available to family caregivers who are not eligible for Family Care but who would benefit from individualized assistance accessing and selecting supportive services to best meet the needs of their loved.
·Share the Care:  Community Service Specialist works collaboratively with members of the Outagamie Caregiver Coalition to promote and educate individuals about this respite strategy in which caregivers are supported by a network of friends, neighbors, and extended family who undertake tasks that support the caregiver and their loved one.  Throughout the year, Share the Care educational presentations are offered at the Thompson Center and in the community.  Calls to the Share the Care hotline are facilitated by the Community Service Specialist.  ·Community Service Specialist over sees Elder Match Services which offers the opportunity for volunteers reach out older.  ·Oversee the monthly Visually Impaired Persons Support Group that offers socialization with others who have visual impairments as well as information on treatments, research and resources.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Graduation from high school or GED equivalency is required.  One (1) year of responsible work experience or one (1) year of accredited training. Working knowledge of family dynamics, family systems, child management, and parenting techniques. Working knowledge of welfare, health, mental health, and community resources. Working knowledge of the federal, state, and local rules and regulations governing the delivery of social services.

CERTIFICATES AND REGISTRATIONS:The incumbent of this position must have a valid Driver's License and car - Motor vehicle check with satisfactory driving record required.

TRAVEL: Ability to travel on day trips as required up to 80% including some overnight travel.

Discover what makes Lutheran Social Services a great place that helps improve the quality of peoples' lives - one grace-filled life at a time. We want you!  Apply today to join our team.
EOE/M/W/VET/DISABILITY Must apply online at www.lsswis.org

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oshkosh: Grants & Outcomes Measurements Coordinator

This full-time position searches for and applies for grant opportunities for the organization, writes grants, develops relationships with grant sources, maintains annual grants calendar, reports grant progress to CEO and Board of Directors, and files all grant report requirements.  Manages the collection and reporting of all outcome measurements tied to grants.  Manages grant coding for expense allocations.  Works closely with the CEO and the Development and Marketing Director to update and maintain the donor data base Raiser's Edge including One Campaign reports on as needed basis. Coordinate and executes the Kids and Conversation visits for Oshkosh and Tri-County. Promote the components of health, wellness and fitness to achieve the goals of the organization. It is the responsibility of every staff member to cultivate and maintain positive donor relationships.

Qualifications Bachelor's Degree or equivalent preferred in an area of development for nonprofit organizations. • Three years proven successful experience in nonprofit operations in the area of grant writing, outcome measurements, donor database management and foundation & donor relationships. Strong verbal and written communication and organizational skills. Proven ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships and partnerships with a Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, donors, community groups and other agencies. Commitment to role model and promote a life style of health, wellness and fitness. Proven experience in searching, writing and reporting on grants in the private and public sector. Computer skills competency, including, but not limited to, Word, Excel, Power Point, Desktop Publishing, donor data base management.

Job Responsibilities: Promote the area of health, wellness and fitness to our membership. Coordinate and execute the Kids and Conversation visits for Oshkosh and Tri-County. Work with the CEO and Development and Marketing Director to coordinate a donor stratification strategy using Raiser's Edge software to identify and increase prospective donors, recognize existing donors, research donor interests and capabilities. Completes grant search and writing process, develop relationships with grant source, maintains annual grants calendar, reports grant progress to CEO and Board of Directors, and files all grant report requirements. Develops and monitors an annual calendar/ timeline of grants to be written with monthly status reports to CEO and Board of Directors. Supports donor relationships as assigned by the Development and Marketing Director or on as needed basis. Manages the collection and reporting of all outcome measurements tied to grants. Manages grant coding for expense allocations. Mandated child abuse reporter. Handles other duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary by the Development and Marketing Director.

Physical and Mental Requirements Ability to sit and stand for long periods of time. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds. Ability to think clearly and concisely. Ability to lead and conduct tours in buildings and school sites, including those only having stair access.

Please submit cover letter and resume to Nicole Kubichka at nicolek@bgcosh.org

SOAR Fox Cities, Inc: PT Financial Administrator

SOAR Fox Cities, Inc. Empowering People with Differing Abilities. Part Time Financial Administrator (20-26 hrs/week). Reports to Executive Director.

PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Manage the day to day accounting and finance functions • Financial reporting • Responsible for payroll, fixed assets, accounts payable and receivable functions • Oversee donor financial reporting • Oversee the accounts receivable timely aging components • Be the point person for year-end audits, including coordination and schedules • Assist with United Way application • Assist with Grant applications • Understand depreciation policies & procedures. • Provide necessary training for other staff members that have financial responsibilities. • Oversee Petty Cash process and records. • Oversee employee benefit plans preferred. • Oversee agency insurance policies.

MEASUREMENT OF PERFORMANCE: Overall satisfaction of the Executive Director, the Board of Directors and the membership. Accessible and responsive to needs of the membership. Effective and efficient use of agency resources (human, financial and time).

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Bachelor's degree in accounting with experience in Nonprofit Industry • Must have at least 2 years management/supervisory experience of staff • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting procedures (GAAP) for non-profit corporations is desirable. • Be able to independently research topics using various resources including the internet. • Good communication skills with staff and all outside agencies, oral and written. • Prior experience overseeing general ledger and financial reporting. • Strong attention to detail • Must be system savvy, and able to work in a fast paced environment • Prior experience handling month end close, and coordinating external audit • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Peachtree experience a plus • Expert knowledge of all MS Office Suite - Access, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Outlook, Publisher • Background check will be required.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Much of the work is performed in an office environment with some exposure for personal injury. However, the position requires a fair amount of local travel to various events and they are primarily at nights and weekends.

GENERAL: This position description defines the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position. It does not state or imply that these are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to the job. The employee may be required to perform other job-related duties as requested by the Executive Director or the Board of Directors. All requirements are subject to change over time.

To apply please send resumes to Sonia at sonia@soarfoxcities.com No phone calls or walk ins accepted.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:Program Assistants

The Program Assistant will be responsible for assisting in the provision of daily programs and activities for Club Members, which are consistent with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley's mission, youth development strategies and program objectives.

Part-Time Position Opening - Program Assistants : Badger Elementary, Downtown Appleton, Menasha.

Qualifications :
· HS diploma with some secondary level education in a related field preferred.
· The ability to work independently and efficiently.
· The ability to assist with the supervision of volunteers.
· The ability and desire to work with youth age 6 to 18 in a variety of environments, including small group and large group settings.
· The ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing.
· Advanced knowledge of some or all of the following: child and adolescent development, behavior management techniques, principles of effective youth development programming, and CPR/First Aid.

See the posting at:
http://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/about-us/employment/category_general/

Please submit cover letter and resume to:
Jaime Kriewaldt, Director of Youth Development Services & the Out-of-School Time Partnership, 160 S. Badger Ave, Appleton, WI 54914
jkriewaldt@bgclubfoxvalley.org.    The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer functioning under an affirmative action plan.

Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley-Menasha: Custodian

The Boys & Girls Club of Menasha is in search of a hard-working, dependable, and skilled individual to serve as a part-time Custodian. This individual will work to keep the Boys & Girls Club facility in a clean and orderly condition.

Duties & Responsibilities: The Custodian will be responsible for the maintenance, cleanliness & upkeep of the facility, including but not limited to: •Performing heavy cleaning duties, such as cleaning floors, washing walls and glass, and removing garbage and recyclables; •Consistent performance of routine maintenance activities •Maintaining landscaping and exterior; •Ability to assist in small repairs; notifying management regarding all repairs.

Qualifications:  •Demonstrated aptitude for the successful completion of tasks in the fulfillment of the assigned responsibilities. •Candidates need to be experienced with building custodial services including a working knowledge of custodial equipment, cleaning products, and the proper procedure for use of each. •To perform this job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies: the ability to work independently and efficiently; professionalism; reliable attendance; quality; and customer service. •Candidates should also have the ability to walk or stand for the majority of each shift, as well as lift up to 65 pounds. This position also requires bending and twisting. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to outside weather conditions at times. •Enthusiasm and commitment to the Boys & Girls Club mission to serve youth who need us most. •The ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing.

Please apply online at http://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/about-us/employment/category_general/

Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley-Menasha: Healthy Habits Food Program Coordinator

The Healthy Habits Food Program Coordinator facilitates operations of the Menasha Healthy Habits Food Program, CAFCP, & Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). This staff member functions as a lead staff person for this priority program area at the Menasha BGC and is responsible for supervising Healthy Habits Food Program Assistants.

Daily Operations : •The Healthy Habits Food Program Coordinator shall order, prepare, serve and maintain documentation of food items that meet mandated nutritional requirements. •Participant data (sign -in sheets) is accurately and easily organized into reportable format for communication to constituents and others with an interest and/or need to know. •The Club is committed to providing accessible and nutritious food through its Healthy Habits Food program. Meals, according to USDA requirements, will be provided to over 1,000 members. •Maintain safety & sanitation levels required by federal, state, and local health codes. o Facility (Kitchen) o Service ware/Cookware o Facility (Cafeteria) •Prepare and serve meals that meet or exceed CAFCP/SFSP guidelines. •Prepare and distribute menus. •Oversee and direct Healthy Habits Food Program Assistants. •Develop and prepare meals/dinners for various functions •Order and take inventory of food, beverages, and operating supplies. •Manage Healthy Habits Food Program budget. •Maintain and grow successful relationships with purveyors and suppliers, including Feeding America. •Maintain documentation as required by CAFCP, SFSP, DPI, & BGCFV. •Report and maintain all cafeteria/kitchen equipment with the assistance of the maintenance/janitorial staff. •Transports food and supplies, using Club van, when deemed necessary for club functions.

Qualifications: The Healthy Habits Food Program Coordinator position is a full time, professional human service position requiring a majority combination of the following: •State of Wisconsin Food Manager Certification (Preferred) •Associated Degree in Culinary Arts (Preferred) •One-year job related experience in preparation of institutional quantities/qualities of food for a cafeteria setting or related field. •Skills that require cooking and baking of large quantities of food items; perform basic arithmetic calculations; operation and maintain kitchen, adjust recipes to various quantity demands. •Knowledge of modern methods of food preparation, health codes, sanitation principles, and nutritional requirements. •Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to motivate and inspire. •The ability to exude confidence and maintain control of a safe and positive youth development environment. •The ability to work independently and efficiently. •The ability and desire to work with youth age 6 to 18. •The ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing. •Advanced knowledge of some or all of the following: child and adolescent development, behavior management techniques, principles of effective youth development programming, and CPR/First Aid. •Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred.

Additional Information: This position is for our new Boys and Girls Club opening in Menasha. Work hours will generally coincide with the hours the Club is open to members. The Healthy Habits Food Program Coordinator hours are Monday - Friday 11:00am-7:00pm during the school year & 7:00am-3:00pm during the summer program. Long distance travel will be infrequent but local travel to area school and organizations may be required on a frequent basis. Benefits include: Health insurance, sick pay, paid holidays, vacation, life insurance, and retirement contribution.

Please apply online at http://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/about-us/employment/category_general/

Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley-Menasha: Fine Arts Coordinator

The Fine Arts Coordinator will be responsible for implementing programs that enable youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts, crafts, performing arts, and creative writing, and provides opportunities for participation in community based events and activities. The FAC is responsible for supervising Fine Arts Program Assistants.

Daily Operations: •The Fine Arts programs are fun, interesting, and diverse and reflect the needs and interests of Club members. •Programs, services and activities are planned, developed, implemented and evaluated to ensure they meet stated objectives and member needs and interests. •Reports reflecting all activities, attendance, and participation are completed and distributed regularly. •The programs are well attended with frequency of participation rates meeting program goals. •The programs receive positive evaluations from Club members. •Participant data is accurately and easily organized into reportable format for communication to constituents and others with an interest and/or need to know. •Participation in BGCA National Fine Arts Exhibit program will increase Members awareness and perception of art. 15 Members will participate in the exhibit annually. •Drama Matters and Music Makers, along with locally developed art programs, contribute to BGCFV priority outcomes. A minimum of 50 members will participate in the fine arts programming. •Program activities include frequent opportunities for the inclusion and support of parents of Club Members. •Participate in the recruitment process of Members to increase the average daily attendance during the school year to 125 (6-12 year old), 75 and (The CLUB Teen Center). •Ability to collaborate and maintain relationships with other community services and organizations.

Qualifications: The Fine Arts Coordinator position is a full time, professional human service position requiring a majority combination of the following: •Bachelor's Degree in Art, Youth Development, or related field. •Three years experience in facilitating, developing and implementing programs for youth, special needs and higher-risk youth. Previous experience working with volunteers is preferred. •Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to motivate and inspire. •The ability to exude confidence and maintain control of a safe and positive youth development environment. •The ability to work independently and efficiently. •The ability to oversee the art room, dance studio, and theater/music room •The ability to supervise adult & teen volunteers and interns. •The ability and desire to work with youth age 6 to 18 in a variety of environments, including one-to-one, small group, and large group settings. •The ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing. •Advanced knowledge of some or all of the following: child and adolescent development, behavior management techniques, principles of effective youth development programming, and CPR/First Aid. •Bilingual in Spanish preferred.

Additional Information: This position is for our new Boys and Girls Club opening in Menasha. Work hours will generally coincide with the hours the Club is open to members. The Fine Arts Coordinator hours are Monday - Friday 11:00am-7:00pm during the school year & 9:00am-5:00pm during the summer program. Long distance travel will be infrequent but local travel to area school and organizations may be required on a frequent basis. Benefits include: Health insurance, sick pay, paid holidays, vacation, life insurance, and retirement contribution.

Please apply online at  http://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/about-us/employment/category_general/

Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin & Upper Michigan, Inc: Fox Valley Memory Project Director

Summary: Under the direction of the Executive Coordinating Committee, this half-time position is responsible for the
overall work of the Fox Valley Memory Project (FVMP.) This includes but is not limited to financial oversight and
accountability, resource development, supervision of staff, strategic planning, and coordination of activities, services
and stakeholders as well as Project promotion, community education and advocacy for those experiencing dementia
and their care partners.
EMPLOYER:

Under the direction of the Executive Coordinating Committee, this half-time position is responsible for the overall work of the Fox Valley Memory Project (FVMP.) This includes but is not limited to financial oversight and accountability, resource development, supervision of staff, strategic planning, and coordination of activities, services and stakeholders as well as Project promotion, community education and advocacy for those experiencing dementia and their care partners.

EMPLOYER: Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Inc. JOB TITLE: Fox Valley Memory Project (FVMP) Director LOCATION: Thompson Community Center, 820 W. College Ave., Appleton, WI 54914 REPORTS TO: - Supervisor Holly Rogers, Program Manager, Thompson Community Center/Lutheran Social Services, - Executive Coordinating Committee.

KEY Responsibilities: Provides financial oversight to the project. Assists in preparing the annual budget and authorizes the expenditure of funds. Monitors the monthly P&I reports, internally generated reports for the project and contributes to accurate forecasting. - Provides primary responsibility for generating revenue for the Project. - Works with the Financial and Marketing/ Resource Development Action Teams, and Program Coordinator to ensure program sustainability. This includes but is not limited to identifying and securing sources for funding, grant submission and related accounting, fundraising events, and donor relationship building and sustaining. - Facilitates regularly scheduled meetings with the Executive Coordinating Committee and Action Teams; working with them to fulfill the mission of the FVMP. - Supervises and evaluates the Program Coordinator and Dementia Care Specialist. - Compiles and completes data collection and detailed and comprehensive written and oral reports using available computer technology and resources. Ensures Project meets required internal and external reporting in a timely manner. - Ensures implementation of the FVMP's goals and on-going strategic planning. - Coordinates all activities and services with collaborating and other community partners. - Promotes FVMP visibility through external organizational involvement, community presentations, media, and targeted community events. - Advocates for people with dementia and their care partners, to include individuals with lower income and diverse populations. - Responds to requests for Project consultations. - Perform other related duties as required.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree required, masters preferred, in the field of aging, human services, or related field with management experience. - Proven track record in all aspects of Resource Development. - Strong background in fiscal oversight of multiple and complex programs. - Leadership capacity with experience in coordinating, networking, team building, and bringing diverse stakeholders together. - Experience with developing outcomes and strategic plans. - History of setting and accomplishing goals. - Knowledge of the role and value of program evaluation in process planning. - Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships at all levels in collaborating organizations. - Ability to effectively train, coordinate, and supervise paid and unpaid staff. - Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. - Ability to make educational presentations in a variety of settings. - Ability to maximize and sustain volunteer talent. - Willingness to work occasional evening and weekend hours.

To apply for this position please email elizabeth.lefebvre@lsswis.org

New Hope Center, Inc: Residential Support Coach

New Hope Center, Inc. is looking to fill weekend residential support positions in Brillion at a 7 bed Community Based Residential Facility and a 3 bed Adult Family Home.  If you are willing to work long shifts, you can be scheduled for 24 hours over 2 days.

The position requires creative and energetic individuals who want to make a difference in the life of an adult with a developmental or physical disability.  You will assist with personal cares, accompanying individuals on community outings and complete household chores like cooking, cleaning and laundry.

New Hope Center pays for all necessary trainings at minimum wage in addition to paying for all class registration fees.  Come and work with an agency who has been providing quality support services for 50 years.

Complete an application available at  newhopeinc.org

YMCA of the Fox Cities: Gymnastics Program Assistant

WHERE WORK IS PLAY!  As the nation's leading nonprofit organization for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y offers more than just a job. We offer the chance to make a difference in a fun, flexible environment where our mission and core values drive every decision we make.

The YMCA of the Fox Cities is hiring a Gymnastics Program Assistant at our Heart of the Valley YMCA!  Must be at least 18 years of age and complete High School or it's equivalency as determined by the DPI. This position requires an extensive background in gymnastics instruction, 4 or more years is preferred. Experience in supervising staff is preferred. Must be able to promote programs enthusiastically and encourage community participation. The ability to give clear, concise information to instructors, parents, participants, and other YMCA employees is necessary. Must have a flexible work schedule which would include the ability to work nights and weekends. To achieve these high standards, must be able to manage multiple tasks, communicate effectively and efficiently and maintain a high level of organization in all aspects of the programs.

Schedule: 40 hours per week - Schedule Varies - Afternoons, evenings and weekends.  This position offers an excellent benefit package including: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Vision Insurance • Life Insurance • Long Term Disability Insurance • Vacation, Sick and Holiday Pay • An Exceptional Retirement Plan • 403(b) Smart Account • Complimentary Family YMCA Membership • Excellent Child Care and Program Discounts

Get Paid to Play! Our open positions are updated weekly. Applications are accepted for listed positions only.  Please go to the YMCA Fox Cities website to download and complete application. Please e-mail, fax or mail application along with resume and cover letter to YMCA HR Department. You may also apply in person at any of the YMCA Fox Cities locations.

How to Apply:  Email: hr@ymcafoxcities.org Fax: 920.882.5019 Website: www.ymcafoxcities.org

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley-Appleton: The CLUB Teen Center Coordinator

The CLUB Teen Center Coordinator facilitates daily operations of The CLUB Teen Center with the primary concern for programs and service delivery, supervision of staff (The CLUB Teen Center Program Assistants), community relations and membership administration.

Qualifications - The CLUB Teen Center Coordinator position is a full time, professional human service position requiring a majority combination of the following:

  • Bachelors Degree in Youth Development or related field.
  • Three years' experience in facilitating, developing and implementing programs for teens, especially special needs and higher-risk youth.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to motivate and inspire.
  • The ability to exude confidence and maintain control of a safe and positive youth development environment.
  • The ability to work independently and efficiently.
  • The ability to supervise adult volunteers and program staff.
  • The ability and desire to work with youth age 12 to 18, including high-risk and minority youth, in a variety of environments, including one-to-one, small group, and large group settings.
  • The ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing.
  • Advanced knowledge of some or all of the following: child and adolescent development, behavior management techniques, principles of effective youth development programming, and CPR/First Aid.
  • The ability to communicate in Spanish and or Hmong as well as English.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: Attn: TCC Search, 160 S. Badger Ave., Appleton, WI 54914 -or- TCCSearch@bgclubfoxvalley.org The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer functioning under an affirmative action plan.

The Building for Kids Children's Museum: Weekend Visitor Experience Supervisor

The Weekend Visitor Experience Supervisor oversees museum operations during weekend hours while supervising the Visitor Experience Team and volunteers. The supervisor models excellent time management skills, seeking out projects during slow periods and maintaining customer-centric work environment regardless of visitation levels to ensure all guests have an exceptional museum experience.

Major Responsibilities: Provide direction to staff during their shift while maintaining appropriate and efficient operations of the museum. Ensure seamless cash handling and excellent record keeping related to admissions and other sales transactions. Follow all museum procedures for opening and closing the museum, including turning on and off all exhibits, cleaning and prepping exhibit galleries for opening, ensuring cleanliness and safety of exhibit galleries at closing and locking all entrance/exit doors. Follow all museum procedures on visitor safety and security, including providing first aid when appropriate. Implement birthday party and events schedule; ensure the best possible customer experience, and that the schedule runs as smoothly as possible to the hours originally booked for the event. Demonstrate museum knowledge and engage in conversation with visitors. Cover breaks for Welcome Desk and Floor staff. Participate in special activities and other projects as needed.

Requirements: Associates degree preferred; or Any appropriate combination of education and experience.

Experience and Skills: 2 years of supervisory experience. Proficient in MS Office, point of sale systems. Demonstrated verbal and written skills, good organizational skills, and self motivated work ethic. Ability to lift 25lbs comfortably.

Please submit a brief cover letter with your resume to: Michael Wartgow, Chief Operating Officer, The Building for Kids Children's Museum, 100 W. College Avenue, Appleton, WI 54911 Email: mwartgow@buildingforkids.org No phone calls please. The Building for Kids, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Agape of Appleton, Inc: Direct Care Support Staff

Agape of Appleton, Inc is a nonprofit agency that supports individuals with developmental disabilities in community residential settings. Agape has programs located in the Appleton, Kimberly, Kaukauna, and Fond du Lac areas.

Agape has several full and part-time positions available. Most of the hours will be afternoon into the evening and include every other weekend. There are also overnight positions that are 7 on 7 off.

Direct Care Support Staff Job duties include but are not limited to; providing personal cares, medication management, recreational activities, transporting to medical appointments, following service plans, and teaching daily living skills.

Qualifications: · Must be at least 18 years old · Have a HSD or GED · Valid driver's license with good driving record · Be able to pass a background check · Be able to pass a pre-employment physical.

Applications can be completed online by visiting our website: www.agapeinc.org or by stopping at our corporate office located at 7 Tri-Park Way in Appleton. Our office hours are M-F 8:30am-4:30pm.

Valley VNA Senior Services: Resident Assistant, Personal care Workers, Housekeeping, Dietary Aid

RAs/CNAs: Seeking compassionate individuals to work in a team-based environment caring for residents with all stages of dementia. RAs provide residents with personal cares, social activities, household assistance, nutritional assistance, medical monitoring and medication administration on a daily basis.

Dietary Aids: Responsibilities include; adherence to outlined menu & recipes, compliance w/ food handling & sanitation guidelines, maintenance & cleaning of kitchen area, and other duties as assigned.  The right candidate will be responsible, organized and will deliver a high level of customer service that is focused on the needs of our residents.  Previous cooking & facility experience preferred.

Personal Care Workers: Seeking compassionate individuals to provide personal care in clients' homes. Job duties include assisting with bathing, transfers, dressing, meals, light housekeeping, and taking clients to appointments. We offer one-to-one ratios, flexible schedules, and a team environment! Travel required. State mandated travel time and mileage paid.

Housekeepers: Responsibilities include; cleaning resident rooms and assigned areas per established standards & guidelines, plus laundry work. The right candidate will be friendly and provide services that focus on the needs of our residents. Previous housekeeping experience, preferred.

To apply please email monicaa@valleyvna.org