Emergency Shelter of the Fox Valley: Case Manager
The Emergency Shelter of the Fox Valley is a 33
year old non-profit agency that prevents homelessness by working
with those at-risk of becoming homeless and provides safe,
temporary shelter to homeless individuals and families who are
experiencing a housing crisis. The Case Manager's focus is to
provide case management services to individuals and families who
are served by the Emergency Shelter of the Fox Valley.
Duties and Responsibilities
Reports to: Client Services Coordinator
The ESFV Case Manager duties and responsibilities include but
are not limited to the following:
- Provide primary crisis counseling and intervention to
- Determine client needs, establishes goals with each
individual/family served and intervenes within a variety of social
- Effectively network and advocate on behalf of all clients
with all service providers, government units and community based
- Maintain accurate and complete case files for all
- Collaborate with agency volunteers to ensure continuous
service provision throughout the entirety of residents
- Collaborate with Fox Cities Housing Coalition partners to
ensure complete continuum of care services
- Make recommendations to Client Services Coordinator
regarding discontinuation of services, purchase of services not
available at no-cost or other client related
- Attend staff, board and committee meetings as requested
by Client Services Coordinator
- Work with agency staff members through individual and
group conferences in analyzing case problems and in improving their
diagnostic and helping skills
- Represent agency in community or in interagency
activities and other community events as appropriate
- Other duties as assigned
Core Competencies and Qualifications
- Bachelor's degree in a related field is required and
experience is preferred.
- Wisconsin State Social Work license encouraged, but not
mandatory. Continuing education is mandatory.
- Knowledge of and experience in working with a wide
spectrum of individual issues: alcoholism, mental health and
- Problem Solving - Identifies and resolves problems in a
timely manner; Gathers and analyzes information skillfully;
Develops alternative solutions; Works well in group problem solving
situations; Uses reason even when dealing with emotional
- Customer Service - Manages difficult or emotional
customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits
customer feedback to improve service; Responds to requests for
service and assistance; Meets commitments.
- Interpersonal Skills - Focuses on solving conflict, not
blaming; Maintains confidentiality; Listens to others without
interrupting; Keeps emotions under control; Remains open to others'
ideas and tries new things.
- Oral Communication - Speaks clearly and persuasively in
positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification;
Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group presentation skills;
Participates in meetings.
- Diversity - Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural
differences; Educates others on the value of diversity; Promotes a
- Judgment - Displays willingness to make decisions;
Exhibits sound and accurate judgment; Supports and explains
reasoning for decisions; Includes appropriate people in
decision-making process; Makes timely decisions.
- Adaptability - Adapts to changes in the work environment;
Manages competing demands; Changes approach or method to best fit
the situation; Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or
- Proficient in Microsoft Office programs.
- Ability to produce and maintain detailed
- Ability to maintain confidential information
Essential Functions/Working Conditions
- Light physical demands
- Must be able to work in fast paced environment, work
under stress and consistently meet deadlines and changing
- Must be able to operate fax machine, copier, computer and
other common office equipment
- Must be able to communicate verbally and in
Competitive salary and benefits that include health, dental,
retirement savings, vacation, holidays and sick leave.
Send resume and cover letter to:
Anne Lagunes, Deputy Director, Emergency Shelter of
the Fox Valley, 400 N. Division Street,
Appleton, WI 54911, or via email
Deadline to apply is March 28,
Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs: Volunteer
Harbor House is looking for an energetic, creative individual
who enjoys working with and appreciates people of diverse
backgrounds. Following is a summary of the position.
Essential Duties: Manages and maintain volunteer
core of 200 including recruiting, training and placement.
Promote volunteerism to further develop and meet program
objectives. Plan and coordinate on-going opportunities for
volunteer development. Plan and coordinate special volunteer
events. Assist with shelter and helpline coverage.
Good interpersonal and organizational skills
required. Ability to use all Microsoft programs.
Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Public Administration, or a
related field, with one to two years social service program
experience including administrative and supervisory experience, or
any combination of education and experience that provides
equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities. Previous
supervisory experience and knowledge of domestic abuse issues
*Full time (40 hours per week), some evening and weekend
hours. *Benefits include: health insurance,
short and long-term disability insurance, voluntary dental, group
Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs will provide reasonable
accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and
encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss
potential accommodations with the employer.
Send resume and cover letter April 4, 2014 to:
Beth Schnorr, email@example.com
Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs, 720 W.
Fifth St., Appleton, WI 54914
COTS Inc.: Intake Specialist (Part Time)
Administer and facilitate the application, intake and onboarding
process for new and potential COTS residents.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Serve as initial
contact for potential COTS residents. This requires answering
intake phone, responding to email referrals, and responding to all
voicemails from those seeking information about
participating in the COTS program. Conduct intake
interviews on all applicants to determine program interest.
Maintain constant and effective communication with all
applicants. Coordinate with program case manager for
resident move-in and initial resident needs. Assist
with resident onboarding process and follow up to ensure resident
feels comfortable and safe.
MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS REQUIREMENTS:
* Excellent verbal and written communication
skills. * Ability to problem solve, prioritize
and work independently. * High attention to
detail. Performs tasks with accuracy. * Must be
flexible, reliable and able to work in a team environment.
* High School Diploma or higher or equivalent.
* Competent computer skills including Microsoft
Office experience or equivalent. * Experience in
ServicePoint preferred but not required. * Must
be patient, polite, understanding and firm.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & WORK REQUIREMENTS:
* Ability to function throughout the office for
extended periods of time. * Communicate with
co-workers through two-way verbal communication (speech and
hearing). * Travel independently to various
locations. * Operate office equipment; i.e.
personal computer, telephone, fax. * Work
independently with minimal supervision. *
Analytical and decision-making capabilities. *
Comprehend written and/or verbal communication.
* Noticeable passion for the COTS
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, email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services: Associate Director
Position Summary: Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services is
seeking an Associate Director dedicated to our mission of
preventing domestic violence and providing intervention and safety
to all individuals affected by domestic violence. This
position is responsible for overseeing all client service programs
to ensure that clients' evolving needs are met using a trauma
informed care approach. This includes supervision of direct
client services staff, supervision of the facilities and volunteer
program, and providing direct client services as needed. This
position also works with the Executive Director on inter-agency
collaborations and program and policy development.
Education and/or Experience:
- Bachelor's degree required in human services, social services
or similar degree; Masters degree preferred.
- Ability to problem solve and to handle crisis situations with
sensitivity and reason.
- Demonstrated ability in management and supervision.
- Ability to mediate and resolve conflict.
- Knowledge of domestic abuse issues and crisis
- Background in working with diverse populations.
- Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to maintain
Skills and Abilities:
- Success in program planning and implementation, and
- Experience and success in leading teams.
- High level of initiative and organization is required.
- Excellent problem-solving capabilities and be able to handle
evolving or crisis situations with sensitivity and reason.
- Must be able to work in an environment in which there are
- Must have excellent interpersonal skills.
This position is based at our Oshkosh, WI location. Competitive
salary and benefits package available. Send resume with cover
letter including salary requirements to:
Megan Janes, Office Manager, P.O. Box 99, Neenah, WI
Scholarships, Inc: Lead Coach (Part Time)
Position Summary: We are looking for a dynamic and experienced
Lead Coach who is passionate about students who may not otherwise
have the opportunity for higher education and who has an unwavering
commitment to ensuring their success in college and beyond.
Reporting to the Program Director, the Lead Coach will facilitate
academic enrichment lessons that support and enhance students'
learning and to develop college going success in the areas of
reading, writing and character development. The Coach is
responsible for personalizing and implementing all lesson plans to
be interactive, engaging, and meaningful to students and also for
providing opportunities for students to practice independently
and/or in groups.
The Coach will:
- Deliver a college readiness program that, as much as possible,
meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the
- Create a learning space that is developmentally
appropriate to the maturity and interests of middle school aged
- Prepare for lessons assigned and show written evidence of
preparation upon request of immediate supervisor
- Encourage students to set and maintain standards of classroom
- Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum
goals and, in harmony with the goals, establish clear objectives
for all lessons, units, and projects.
- Employ a variety of instructional techniques and instructional
media consistent with best practices, specific content knowledge,
the physical limitations of the space provided, and the needs and
capabilities of the individuals or student groups involved.
- Strive to implement, by instruction and action, the program's
philosophy of learning and goals and objectives
- Assess student learning, through observations and other
methods, in an ongoing manner, providing frequent student feedback,
information to parents and year-end progress reports
- Utilize internal assessment tools to identify learning
strengths and needs of every student, on a regular basis, for the
purpose of intervention and/or acceleration toward academic and
- Take necessary and reasonable precautions to assure safety in
the classroom for all students
- Maintain accurate, complete, and correct student records
related to emergencies, injuries, accidents in a confidential
- Assist in implementing all policies and rules governing student
- Develop reasonable rules of classroom behavior
- Maintain order in the classroom in a fair and just manner
- Make provisions for being available to the students and parents
for program-related purposes outside of the instructional period
when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms
- Maintain and improve professional competence
- Participate in professional development opportunities
- Actively participate in team meeting
- Maintain a professional relationship with colleagues
- Establish and maintain open lines of communication with
students, parents, and community members
- Perform other job-related duties as assigned
- Bachelor's degree in education, counseling, social work, child
development or other related field required.
- Expectation of 3-5 years documented experience at the middle
school level and in teaching reading, writing and character
- Ability to maintain effective working relationships with
students and program staff.
- Demonstrated ability to understand and work with linguistically
and ethnically diverse student populations.
- Effectively communicate, both orally and in writing.
- Knowledge of issues related to postsecondary access including
target populations, community agencies, colleges and university
- Conversational Spanish skills (preferred).
- Ability to establish rapport with families and children
- Assists students to assess and determine their educational
needs and meet academic potential.
- Assists students to set career goals and determine steps
necessary to achieve them
- Articulate, professional demeanor with strong self-confidence
- Ability to work both on broad-based plan and everyday
- Ability to exercise excellent judgment in decision-making
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships both internal and external to the program
- Independent, self-starter with a strong focus on student
development and a passion for working with underserved
student populations and their families
- Proven written and verbal communication skills with all levels
of management, both internal and external to the program
- Strong organizational and planning skills
- Possession of a passionate and caring attitude toward all
- Possession of a sense of urgency to do whatever it takes to
assure that every student gets to and through college
- Commitment to the vision, mission, values and goals of
Scholarships, Inc. and NEW Scholars
- Responsiveness; Follow-up and follow-through with students,
families, and staff with patience
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, and Outlook)
- Proficiency using computers, tablets and other educational
- Valid Wisconsin Driver license with appropriate insurance
- Able to work flexible hours.
- Physical and Mental Demands:
- Ability to lift and carry up to 20 lbs, stoop, kneel, crouch,
walk, twist, bend, climb, and/or be mobile
- Ability to stand for extended periods of time
- Ability to pass drug screen and criminal background check
This is a part-time position that requires flexibility in hours.
Candidate must be available to instruct during the following
- Cohort home visits (June 14-28 from 5-8 PM)
- Lamp of Knowledge Celebration (July 30 from 1-9 PM)
- One-week summer academy ~ August 4-8 from 8:30 - 3:30 (35
- One day per week from October 1 thru May 31 (from 3:00-6:30 PM)
~(Approx. 3.5 hours per week)
- One Saturday per month for parent workshops (from 8:30-12:30
- Plus one hour lesson prep per student face time hour
- Three hours per week in office
Compensation: Commensurate with experience. Submit
resume, cover letter, 2 writing samples and 3 references to:
. Deadline to Apply: April 30, 2014.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
The Rotary Club of Appleton: Administrative Assistant
Summary: To provide administrative
assistance to the President and the Board of the Rotary Club of
Appleton and Appleton Rotary Foundation. Responsible
for the maintenance of club records, club communications, staff
support to club committees and Foundation committees and the
general finances of the Club and Foundation. Much of this
work is self directed, requiring substantial organizational skills
and a solid foundation of bookkeeping, secretarial, and office
management skills. This position is not intended to replace
the voluntary activities of Rotarians. This is a part-time
(23-28 hour per week). No benefits included.
Specific Duties -
- Prepare and manage invoices and dues collection.
- Assemble an annual budget in collaboration with the President
- Prepare and maintain all records required by state and federal
law (i.e. Federal/State payroll taxes, W2, W3, unemployment
insurance, etc.) and pay monthly Federal payroll taxes and
quarterly Wisconsin payroll taxes.
- Maintain financial database/spreadsheets for the Club and
- Prepare quarterly and year to date financial information of the
Foundation. Keep track of donations and distributions of the
Foundation, send donations to the Community Foundation or deposit
in pass through accounts, send donation thank you letters, keep
track of scholarship payments and pay SAMP expenses.
- Prepare checks to be signed by the President or Treasurer.
- Reconcile Club accounts and Foundation pass through checking
- Provide Schenck (Foundation) and Baker Tilly (Club) with
information to prepare tax returns.
- Prepare weekly meeting agendas in conjunction with Program
Committee schedule and fill in with thumbnails, thought of the day,
- Write, print and email newsletter.
- Prepare agenda and type minutes for Executive Committee, Club
Board and Foundation Board.
- Respond in a timely manner to phone calls and e-mails regarding
- Type monthly birthday letters and annual letter.
- Type donation thank you letters.
- Prepare yearly Club Board, Foundation Board and Executive
Committee meeting schedule.
- Prepare The Rotary Foundation Contribution and Recognition
Transfer forms as needed.
- Type any correspondence as needed.
- Maintain membership database.
- Maintain weekly attendance records in database.
- Maintain and submit monthly membership/attendance information
in accordance to the rules of Rotary International and
- Update social media sites such as Facebook and Blogger with
information and photos.
- Provide limited support to committees such as preparing
certificates, keeping track of fundraising ticket sales, scheduling
orientations, sending grant applications to organizations and
keeping track of volunteer hours.
- Gather yearly information for History Committee to
- Administer the membership application process and support the
membership committee. Prepare binder, RI information, Object
of Rotary plaques, membership pin and nametags for inductions.
- Order materials such as gifts to speakers,
stationary/envelopes, attendance cards, Heeter Award Certificates,
Paul Harris Fellowships and purchase supplies when needed.
- Schedule offsite meetings and help at sign in table.
- Perform other duties as directed by the President.
Knowledge, skills and abilities required:
- Associates Degree or post high school training preferred.
Minimum of 2 years work experience in office administration or
relation position. Combination of work experience and
training will be considered.
- Knowledge of basic bookkeeping and payroll.
- Ability to perform arithmetic computations, proofreading and
spelling functions with accuracy.
- Training and experience in using computer programs that
include: Word, Excel, Dreamweaver, financial accounting and
contact management software.
- Ability to maintain clerical records and filing system.
- Ability to work independently and meet deadlines.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with membership and the public.
- Excellent verbal and written skills.
- Ability to coordinate complex projects.
- Ability to accept, understand and execute oral and written
- Valid Wisconsin driver's license.
Physical Demands and other:
- Ability to attend Tuesday weekly meeting as well as monthly and
quarterly Board meetings at various locations.
- Repetitive computer keyboard use.
- Handling, processing and lifting packages.
- Occasional physical effort which may involve lifting and
- Need to be able to have space in your home/office to
accommodate file cabinet, laptop computer, printer/scanner/copier
and other materials as required for this position.
The Rotary Club of Appleton is an equal opportunity employer, in
compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Qualified candidates can submit resumes by March 14, 2014 to:
The Building for Kids Children's Museum: Visitor Experience
POSITION: Visitor Experience Associate. REPORTS TO:
Visitor Experience Manager. CLASSIFICATION: Part Time, 6-20
The Building for Kids Children's Museum is looking for
energetic, outgoing individuals who want to work in a fun
environment providing quality customer service to the public.
Weekday and weekend hours are available.
Description - Visitor Experience Associates will:
- Actively engage visitors to help them have a great
- Monitor exhibits for safety and tidiness, including picking up
toys and props.
- Maintain a sanitary facility by performing light cleaning
duties, such as stocking restrooms.
- Work with field trip and birthday party groups.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications - The ideal candidate would have:
- Commitment to excellent customer service and teamwork.
- Experience working or volunteering directly with children in an
educational or professional setting.
- Experience in a customer service role.
- Reliable attendance and sense of responsibility.
- High comfort level working with children and the public.
Application - Please submit a brief cover letter with either
your resume or BFK employment application to: Hope Eike, Visitor
Experience Manager, The Building for Kids Children's Museum,
100 W. College Avenue, Appleton, WI 54911. Email: email@example.com
. No phone calls please.
Parent Connection: Family Wellness Coordinator
JOB SUMMARY: Parent Connection is seeking a part-time
Family Wellness Coordinator. This person will be responsible for
coordinating, promoting and implementing community parenting
workshops, lectures, family events and special projects. This
position requires some evening and a few weekend hours.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Coordinate and implement Family Wellness workshops and other
community education programs.
- Coordinate and facilitate speaker requests related to parenting
and family wellness topics.
- Maintain and supervise an adequate resource of qualified
- Develop partnerships with community resources in designing and
providing parenting workshops and/or presentations i.e. Emergency
Shelter, Harbor House, School Districts, Child Care Centers and
- Utilize evaluation tools and collect data for all workshops,
lectures, events and special projects.
- Remain active and connected to local, regional and state-wide
family support networks.
- Maintain close contact with Workshop Child Care Coordinator RE:
child care staff and workshop staffing needs.
- Cooperatively work with Parent Connection staff in planning and
implementing family events.
- Coordinate the collaboration of special training sessions in
conjunction with area human services agencies and school
- Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in related field (Human Services,
- Ability to be flexible in scheduling.
- Experience and/or training in group facilitation required.
- Excellent oral, written and listening skills.
- Knowledge of community resources.
- Valid Wisconsin motor vehicle operator's license as travel is
Please send resume to: Andrea Alpert-Buss, Manager,
Partnership Community Health Care Center: Biller
The biller assists the Accounts Receivable Associate by
performing specific tasks to support the accounts receivable
- Performs entry level billing cycle maintenance tasks.
- May apply payments and perform review of charges and
- Works collaboratively with others to promote communication and
achieve goals of the Health Center.
- May maintain Dentrix/EPIC queues (Charge Review, Self Pay,
Payment Plans, & Returned Mail) to meet weekly and monthly
- May sort incoming mail to ensure priority items are delivered
to Leadership and all mail is sorted and directed
- Refers inactive payment plans and all qualified accounts to
collection in accordance with collection protocol.
Email resume to: Maria Jacobson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bethesda Thrift Shop, Neenah: Lead Sales Associate
Lead Associates are responsible for all aspects of store
operations. Duties may include:
- Implement and maintain established standards to ensure we
achieve maximum value on donated goods while implementing effective
- Provide coaching and training to assigned associates and
- Assist in resolving associate, donor and customer
- Follow established loss prevention and security
- Maintain production standards to ensure maximum
- Complete timely and accurate required reports.
- Maintain a safe and orderly work environment, ensuring staff
follow safe work practices.
- Ensure that the highest level of customer service is being
See the full job discription and fill out an on-line application
Loaves & Fishes of the Fox Valley, Inc.: Executive
Loaves & Fishes of the Fox Valley, Inc. currently has an
opening for a half-time Executive Director. Our non-profit
organization, founded in 1995, serves meals to anyone who is hungry
or alone. The position reports to the Board of Directors and
is responsible for the consistent achievement of our mission. Key
functions include volunteer recruitment, financial development,
organizational policies, and administration as well as helping to
create our annual budget and development plans.
The successful candidate will possess strong organizational and
interpersonal skills, as well as compassion for the guests who come
to our meals. The Executive Director effectively interacts
with our Executive Chef, volunteers, financial benefactors, and
other non-profits who collaborate in serving those in
need. Interested parties are asked to submit a cover
letter and resume to : email@example.com
or by mail to Loaves & Fishes of the Fox Valley,
Inc., attn: Executive Search, P.O. Box 1562, Appleton, WI
Lighted School House, Emmeline Cook Elementary: Special Needs
Under the supervision of the Site Coordinator, the Special
Services Aide will support and assist students with special needs.
The Special Services Aide will work to make a successful
environment for the student while integrating the student into the
existing CLC programming and schedules. Techniques and strategies
that are helpful to the student during the school day will be
utilized by the Special Services Aide and goals will be set with
the student in order to focus on successfully increasing student
achievement and fostering a positive attitude toward school and
community. The Special Services Aide will provide a team atmosphere
with other staff to create a safe, fun, and educational atmosphere
within the CLC programs.
QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working with youth with special
needs ages 5-13. Experience in education, out-of-school learning,
youth development or human services desirable. Knowledge of IEP and
504 plans. Must have certification in First Aid and Infant/Child
CPR as well as NVCI training.
- Guide and support students with special needs during the CLC
- Reference and utilize the student's IEP or other plan in order
to provide consistent support and meet the needs
- of the student.
- Use effective strategies and techniques to assist students with
their individual needs in order to be successful throughout the CLC
- Communicate with day school teachers and parents in order to
meet the needs of the student and relay the successes and
challenges of the student.
- Communicate with Educational Leaders and the Site Coordinator
on the needs of the student and the progress/setbacks.
- Provide homework support and assistance.
- Provide an encouraging environment focused on the mission of
increasing student achievement and fostering a positive attitude
toward school and community.
- Observe necessary precautions to ensure the safety of program
participants and maintain a clean and professional
- Enforce rules and regulations and apply appropriate
disciplinary measures as needed.
- Attend mandatory staff meetings and staff training
- Perform additional tasks as assigned by the Site
REPORTS TO: Building Principal/Lighted School House Coordinator
DEADLINE: Until Filled. HOURS: 2.25 - 2.75 hours
per day depending on school schedules (Monday through Thursday)
Co-curricular applications will be accepted until filled.
Interested candidates need to submit resume to the following
contact: Lindsey DeVries, Lighted School House, Lindsey.firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergency Shelter of the Fox Valley : House Supervisor at
The Emergency Shelter of the Fox Valley is a homeless shelter
that offers shelter to 75 people per day, including children and
adult women and men. We also offer case management to those
staying in the shelter, prevention services and outreach services
to those residing in the community. We are located at 400
North Division Street, Appleton WI 54911.
What is the position? We are hiring for a full time and a
part time house supervisor. The house supervisor has many
responsibilities, some of which are outlined here, to give you an
idea of what the workload is: • monitor safety in the building
• address the needs of the clients • be the go to person for
all clients, volunteers and guests • check people in by
performing intakes • issue out linens & hygiene products
• stock building inventory, stock donations • prepare
meals for dinner, keep food inventory. This is a great
opportunity to further your experience in the Human Services
field. The Emergency Shelter of the Fox Valley's mission is
to provide temporary shelter to homeless individuals and families
in a safe environment, while providing guidance to those both
homeless and at-risk that promotes independence.
What are the requirements? High school diploma or GED
required. Prefer previous experience working with homeless
individuals or persons in poverty. Prefer previous experience
working with persons with mental health issues or AODA
issues. Prefer experience working in a kitchen, cooking
Are there position benefits? Yes! The full time
position is 40 hours per week and pays $13.50 per hour. It
offers a flexible schedule. We offer a wonderful compensation
package to include vacation pay, sick pay, holiday pay, health
insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, short term disability
and long term disability. The part time position pays $10.50
hour with a flexible schedule.
How can I apply? If this position sounds interesting,
please print off a job application from our website under "The
Shelter" then "Documents" and mail to: Emergency Shelter of the Fox
Valley, Attn: Human Resources, 400 North Division Street, Appleton
54911. You can also email to email@example.com. We
strongly encourage you to browse our website and learn more about
the agency. www.emergencyshelterfoxvalley.org. CONTACT
Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services, Inc.: Grants and
Grants: Responsible for the planning,
coordinating and implementing new and existing grant
opportunities. This includes government grant, foundation
grants and corporate grants. Partner with the Executive
Director and Development and Marketing Director in securing funding
for the future growth of the agency.
Database: Administers, evaluates,
designs, and implements Donor Perfect database, user account
maintenance, and system documentation. Produces routine
daily, monthly and special reports and reconciliation with
accounting records. This position is also responsible for basic
database system modifications in response to departmental needs and
day-to-day system integrity, including recommending strategies to
ensure data integrity.
Scheduled Time: 40 hours/week -
Schedule to be determined
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Grants: Research and identify new grant
funding sources for agency programs and operations. Write and
submit all grant application and provide supporting documentation
to potential grant funders. Cultivate and solicit
support from grantors. This includes preparing grant
requests, arranging and hosting facility tours, and communicating
on a regular basis with those corporations and foundations whose
giving priorities are in alignment with the agency's
mission. Coordinate and report to grantors' program
outcome measurements and financial reports. Work with other
staff to understand programs and agency needs. Maintain
calendar of funding activities and deadlines. Assist
with other fundraising initiatives as needed.
develops and implements policies and procedures for ensuring the
security and integrity of company database and software
applications. Is accountable for the accuracy and integrity of all
donor and membership data files; implements quality control
mechanisms; performs data entry and evaluates the data entry
process; recommends and implements policies, procedures and
guidelines for data entry when necessary. Trains staff on the use
of Donor Perfect database, as needed. Develops and produces
accurate and timely routine and special reports, and data
retrievals for staff as needed. Oversees day-to-day integrity
of the Donor Perfect database and database procedures, which may
include conducting weekly and monthly audits of data to confirm use
of accurate entry processes; identifying and eliminating duplicate
records; and archiving of records with no activity for specified
period. Works closely with the Business Manager to
reconcile database and general ledger in regards to all donations,
campaign gifts, grants and fundraisers. This position is
also responsible for additional job duties as
Supervisory Responsibilities: This job
requires no supervision of staff.
Qualifications: To perform this job
successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential
duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are
representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education / Experience: Bachelor's degree
in communications, marketing or related field. Minimum
of 2 years grant writing experience. Experience
demonstrating excellent writing and communications skills.
Experience and knowledge working with Microsoft Office Suite.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Valid driver's license,
car and adequate insurance required.
Skills and Abilities : Ability to take the
initiative in completing multiple tasks. Exceptional
attention to detail, problem solving capabilities and
organizational skills required. Ability to maintain records is
a requirement. Ability to communicate clearly is
necessary, including speaking understandably and comprehending oral
conversation. Must be able to speak, read and write
English. High level of initiative and organizational
skills. Must be able to work
alone. Exceptional interpersonal
skills. Background in working with diverse populations
helpful. Must be able to handle evolving or crisis
situations with flexibility, sensitivity and
reason. Must be able to work under
pressure. Must be a creative problem
solver. Must be able to uphold all confidentiality
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions. Independently enter and move within
buildings. Lift and move supplies and
donations-approximately 25 pounds. Walk staircases many
times per day. Drive an automobile.
Work will be performed at Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services
- Neenah location. To apply please send cover
letter, resume and salary requirements to: Megan Janes, Office
Manager, Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services, P.O. Box 99,
Neenah, WI 54957-0099 firstname.lastname@example.org
Prader-Willi Syndrome Association of WI, Inc.
Position Philosophy: The Program Director of PWSA of WI., Inc.
is often the first person that people have contact with when
requesting support, education, or advocacy for the person who has
Prader-Willi Syndrome. This person strives to deliver services,
which support the mission statement of the organization.
Qualifications: Current knowledge of Prader-Willi
Syndrome. Ability to communicate in a positive manner
with parents and professionals.
Over two years experience in working with people who have
developmental disabilities. Computer Skills Necessary
(Office, Excel, Access, Website, and Social
Media). Bachelor's Degree preferred.
Supervision: Is responsible to and evaluated by the
officers/Board of Directors. For more information,
please visit our web site at www.pwsaofwi.org or contact
Mary Lynn at the toll free number listed.
Ryan Community, Inc.: Counselor Assistant
Ryan Community is a residential half-way house for Wisconsin
Department of Corrections clients.
Requirements: Education: High School Diploma or
equivalent. Additional education in the areas of Criminal
Justice, Social Work, AODA counseling or other Social Sciences
Professional Licenses/Certifications: CBRF Certification;
Universal Standard Precautions, Fire Safety, First Aid, Meds,
Food preferred but not required. Training can be
provided. Age: 21 or older Required. Duties and
Responsibilities of the Job: • Supervise all clients,
accounting for their locations and
activities. • Monitor all clients to ensure that
program rules/policies are being followed. •
Update property inventories whenever a client brings additional
property into the facility. • Administer
Breath-a-lyzer to clients both randomly and randomly and whenever
evidence of alcohol use exists. • Make hourly
bed checks (or more for high-risk clients)
• Conduct fire drills
• Miscellaneous office work as required.
Pay: $10 per hour. Upon hire $9.50 per hour until
completion of required training (both on-site and CBRF
requirements). Training should take approximately three
months. Hours per week: 16 hours per week two to three
weekends per month. One weekend off per month. Fill in
coverage as needed. Shift: Weekends rotating shift:
7am-3pm, 3pm-11pm and 11pm to 7am. Includes holidays and some
on call evening and overnight hours. Openings: One.
To apply please Email email@example.com
YMCA of the Fox Cities: Before/After School Age Staff
Make a difference in the lives of children every day at the Y!
The School Age positions are for creative, energetic, caring,
patient and fun loving individuals who love working with children.
The YMCA is looking to fill School Age Site Supervisor and School
Age Assistant Site Supervisor positions at the Appleton, Fox West,
Heart of the Valley and Neenah-Menasha Y's!
School Age Site Supervisor: Ensuring a safe, high quality
program is operating at all times within state licensing
requirements. Supervise all aspects of the school age program. Plan
and direct developmentally appropriate educational and recreational
activities for all children. Care for and supervise children ages
5-12 years old. Maintain positive relationships with children,
parents and staff members.
School Age Assistant Site Supervisor: Care for and
supervise children ages 5-12 years old. Assist with homework and
recreational activities. Organize and clean-up after snack time.
Maintain positive relationships with children, parents and staff
members. Work schedule varies at each school location, with
multiple shifts before and after school, Monday-Friday 6:30 am to
8:45 am and 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm. Occasional late starts and early
release coverage will be needed as well. School Age work sites are
in the Appleton, Greenville, Neenah, Kimberly, Kaukauna and
This position offers: • The opportunity to make a difference in
a child's life • Complimentary YMCA family membership • Discounts
on YMCA classes, programs and child care • Retirement/403(b)
To apply please Email Mary Chapin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Villa Phoenix : CBRF Overnight Weekend Relief
Duties include supervision of residents, household cleaning and
monitoring the facility for safety. Hours include Friday,
Saturday and Sunday 10pm-6am awake.
To apply please Email : email@example.com
YMCA of the Fox Cities: Infant Teacher
Must have high school diploma or the equivalent. Must have a
minimum of Introduction to the Child Care Profession and Skills and
Strategies for the Child Care Teacher, 6 credits in Early Childhood
Education, or the equivalent. Associates or Bachelor's Degree in
Early Childhood Education or related field highly preferred. Must
be a level 7 on The Registry. Prior experience working with
children required. Plans a daily schedule based on developmentally
appropriate curriculum. Design an environment, which responds to
children's individual developmental levels. Provide a variety of
developmentally appropriate materials and activities, which foster
social skills and encourage children to think, problem solve,
question and experiment. Interact frequently, affectionately and
respectfully with children and parents.
Child Learning Center: Flexible part-time position - Monday to
Friday 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Neenah-Menasha Y: Flexible
part-time position - Monday- Friday 12:00 PM to 6:00
PM. This position offers: • Complimentary YMCA
membership • Discounts on YMCA classes, programs and child care •
403(b)/Retirement. To apply please Email Mary Chapin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region : Events and
Essential Duties and Responsibilities : • Assist the
Marketing and Development Director in coordinating all aspects of
special event preparation including and not limited to: securing
volunteers as needed; working with on-site contacts; creating,
producing and sending event materials; tracking responses, creating
event timelines and agendas; coordinating event logistics and
materials, securing auction and raffle items. • Maintain
donor records. • Accomplish ongoing marketing-related
projects such as the newsletter, maintenance and enhancement to the
website and monitoring of agency's social media activity.
• Assist Marketing and Development Director and other staff
members in the planning and execution of other agency events to
achieve overall agency goals. • Attend agency functions
as required. • Other duties as assigned.
Skills and Knowledge : • Excellent organization and
written/oral communication skills required. • Familiar with donor
databases such as Kintera/Blackbaud. • Experience with
Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Outlook & Publisher.
• Ability to work with and manage volunteers. • Ability
to work independently and as a self-starter with a high level of
flexibility. • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines. •
Ability to identify, develop and utilize available community
services and resources to benefit staff and agency. • Ability
to effectively collaborate with other staff in a team-oriented
environment. • Ability to relate well in multi-cultural
Education: • Minimum of a high school diploma or
Experience: • 1-2 years of experience in event planning,
coordination and execution; contacting organizations for
auction/raffle items, working with venues to plan events
Application Instructions: Submit the following by email,
mail or fax to the contact below: • Current resume & cover
letter. • Two writing samples (Press Release, Newsletter,
Marketing Piece, News Article, etc). Contact: Big Brothers Big
Sisters of the Fox Valley Region, Attn: Claire
DuPont , 160 S. Badger Ave, Appleton, WI
54914, 920.750.5862, Fax:
920.739.6887. Email a resume: email@example.com