Green Bay Botanical Garden: Education Manager

Green Bay Botanical Garden is currently seeking an Education Manager. This is an Exempt - Full-Time Position.

The Education Manager is responsible for development and oversight of all horticulture education and interpretive programming for Green Bay Botanical Garden. This position is also responsible for implementation of the adult education programming as well as supervising and assisting with the children and family programming. The Education Manager is responsible for the department's budgeting, planning and promoting to meet department goals and the Gardens strategic objectives. This position will also recruit and oversee any department interns, as well as assist in fund development relative to the department.

A full job description can be found online at: http://www.gbbg.org/about-us/jobs-internships/id/67 Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume no later than September 15, 2015 to info@gbbg.org

CAP Services - Wautoma

Full time, 37.5 hours per week at Wautoma CAPsell Building.

To provide parenting education services for the prevention of child abuse and neglect, serving an average of 6 families per month with children aged 0-17 with a combination of home visiting services and group-based parenting education workshops.

To Apply: Submit a Letter of Application and detailed resume to loksuita@capmail.org

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin: Regional Special Events Manager

At Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, we believe kids deserve the best. Children's Hospital is a nationally recognized health system dedicated solely to the health and well-being of children. We provide primary care, specialty care, urgent care, emergency care, community health services, foster and adoption services, child and family counseling, child advocacy services and family resource centers. Our reputation draws patients and families from around the country.

We offer a wide variety of rewarding career opportunities and are seeking individuals dedicated to helping us achieve our vision of the healthiest kids in the country. If you want to work for an organization that makes a difference for children and families, and encourages you to be at your best every day, please apply today.

Responsible for the management of regional fund raising events and activities that contribute to overall department and Foundation goals and objectives.   Manages and oversees staff and interns hired to facilitate events and performs the duties of a special events manager.   Oversees coordination and solicitation of sponsorships and special event budgeting. Analyzes and suggests improvements for return on investment with all events. Acts as a liaison with national sponsors and large community driven events. This position has a dotted-line reporting relationship to the director of special events, based in Milwaukee, to ensure consistency and collaboration.

Requires bachelor's degree and four years progressively more responsible and successful special event, fund raising or related experience.  Media experience helpful.  Requires excellent written and verbal communications skills, creative ability; organizational and problem solving skills; interpersonal skills, supervisor ability, especially with volunteer staff, and managerial discretion. Requires a high level of organizational ability in order to manage, coordinate and evaluate special event activities, develop special event budgets as well as efficiently manage the utilization of volunteer staff. Ability to travel to different locations locally and across the state of Wisconsin for functions and flexibility to attend functions outside normal work hours.

To Apply: Submit a Letter of Application and detailed resume to cprudhomme@chw.org

NEWCAP, Inc.: CEO/Executive Director

NEWCAP, Inc., is a locally controlled, private, not-for-profit, human services organization incorporated as a Community Action Agency (CAA) in 1965 with initial funding from the federal War on Poverty, serving the needs of low-income people in northeast Wisconsin. The Corporation is governed by a policy-making board of 30 directors made up of representatives from (1) the low-income population, (2) elected public officials, and (3) members of the private sector.

The Agency has a presence in the following ten NE Wisconsin Counties: Brown, Oconto, Marinette, Menominee, Shawano, Florence, Forest, Langlade, Oneida, and Vilas.

The tenor of NEWCAP's mission is to work communally toward the elimination of poverty, and its effects, by enabling and assisting low-income people to access the basic needs of food, shelter, and health services and to help them attain the skills, motivation, and opportunities necessary to move along a path towards self-sufficiency. To advance that mission, NEWCAP provides direct services to low-income families through a variety of programs, including, but not limited to, its Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP); short-term/long-term housing assistance programs; employment & training programs, including the Skills Enhancement Program; HOME Homebuyer down payment assistance; no-interest car loans; a transportation coordination program; a refugee assimilation/job & business development program; financial counseling programs; The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP); and Wisconsin's Weatherization Program.

A dedicated 30-member Board of Directors, with a commitment to public policy, social service, and experience related to anti-poverty initiatives, is the backdrop to the efforts of the staff and is fully engaged in the mission of the organization. The board composition is equally balanced with representatives from the following three sectors: low-income persons, members of the community's private sector, and elected or appointed officials.

The CEO oversees 78 staff with 10 direct reports and an overall 2015-operating budget of approximately $13 million.  Additional information on NEWCAP including current services and programs as well as financial statements is available at the agency website www.newcap.org

POSITION OVERVIEW: Reporting to the NEWCAP Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for leading, directing, and managing the organization in a manner consistent with the mission, vision, and values of the organization, and doing so in a fiscally responsible and ethically sound manner. Working in concert with the Board of Directors, the CEO will engage in envisioning the future of the organization, providing leadership, and playing a key role in setting the strategic direction of its activities and initiatives and putting them into action.

QUALIFICATIONS: The ideal candidate for this position is a visionary professional with a passion for anti-poverty policy issues and programs. The successful candidate will be a person of integrity with proven leadership experience and demonstrated business and/or nonprofit results. The ability to challenge the status quo and manage change from start to finish is critical. Community relations and partnerships, grant management, and board development are all key components of this leadership role. Above all, the candidate must be committed to the important work of breaking the cycle of poverty.

A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree is required, with a Master's degree preferred. The candidate should have a minimum of 5 years of successful management experience.  The ideal candidate should also have the following aptitudes and capabilities: Track record of growing and strengthening a high-performing organization or division A strong developer of people with the ability to lead, motivate, and coach an accomplished and committed team Commitment to, and passion for, anti-poverty programs and policies Ability to work effectively on a collaborative basis with a wide range of both private and public constituencies and stakeholders in a diverse community Resourceful, results oriented, and capable of managing multiple high profile projects simultaneously Exceptional communicator who is a persuasive influencer, good listener, and enables all to feel their opinions count Ability to attract financial resources for the organization and promote a marketing culture from within by identifying and implementing strong program plans and strategies that attract revenue Strength in change management and problem solving Extensive relationship-building skills to be effective with the community and organization Ability to be proactive in an ever changing program and funding environment Experienced in using information technology to drive planning and organization decisions.

Compensation: The salary for this position is commensurate with experience and competitive with similar nonprofits in the $95,000 to $115,000 range. A full benefits package includes the following: health and dental insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, life insurance, long-term disability, and paid vacation.

The position of CEO reports directly to the Board of Directors.  The successful candidate can expect a formal review after six months as well as an annual review.

To Apply: Submit a Letter of Application and detailed resume by no later than September 25, 2015 to NEWCAPsearch2015@gmail.com

Forward Service Corporation: SPSK Employment Specialist (Supporting Parents Supporting Kids)


Forward Service Corporation is a passionate not-for-profit firm that strives to provide exceptional customer service in employment and training related services to local, state, and federally funded program participants.  Our non-profit firm is seeking one full-time SPSK (Supporting Parents Supporting Kids) Employment Specialist to provide screening and placement of program participants; negotiating contracts, wages and training agreements; and assessing training needs of program staff and customers in order to plan, implement and facilitate workshops to strengthen the program's employability outcomes .

Primary duties include: assessing an applicant's needs, making referrals to other service providers, contacting employers to market the skills of program participants, attending Child Support related court proceedings to represent the progress of the client and monitoring contracts, programs and participants as required, and performing appropriate follow up and job coaching activities.

This position requires the ability to work with a team in a fast-paced environment and empower participants to take responsibility for their own employment progression. Candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office.  Candidates must maintain a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record as determined by our insurance carrier.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Associate degree and two (2) plus years work-related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Send a cover letter and resume to:  Forward Service Corporation, Attn: Human Resources, 4600 American Parkway, Suite 301, Madison WI 53718 E-mail: hr@fsc-corp.org Website:www.fsc-corp.org AA/EOE

Volunteer Center of East Central Wisconsin: Office Manager

The Office Manager is responsible for the overall management and organization of Volunteer Center of East Central Wisconsin office operations. The Office Manager will maintain all records, files, databases, financials, office operations, procedures, and resources to facilitate organizational effectiveness and efficiency. They will communicate a continuous improvement and growth mindset with the ability to support and interface with staff, Board, donors, agencies, and volunteers. Reports to: Executive Director FLSA Status: Exempt.

Company: The Volunteer Center of East Central Wisconsin is your local connection to volunteer opportunities throughout the Fox Valley Region.  We connect volunteers with non-profit agencies and other community organizations in a variety of ways.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Oversees and directs the work of office volunteers to ensure completion of the data entry information pertinent to volunteers, donors, agencies, and mailing lists. Recruits, selects, allocates and manages office volunteer resources to enable successful task performance. Manages and directs Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) volunteers and other volunteers, taking applications, compiling and maintaining files, obtaining required information, tracking and documentation, database management and reporting. Reviews, designs, and implements office policies and procedures as needed to improve operational efficiency and oversees adherence. Represents Volunteer Center and actively participates in the Executive meetings when policies and procedures need to be updated. Utilizes, balances and maintains QuickBooks, creating reports, entering receipts, making bank deposits, and acts as the liaison to the treasurer and auditors. Establishes and maintains official agency documents and records in appropriate files, designing a filing system which ensures files are current and maintained while ensuring security, integrity and confidentiality of data. Assists in the development and administration of particular mailings, mailing lists, annual appeal requests, donor acknowledgements, report to the community and newsletters. Creates and manages grant and event calendars. Oversees technology and computer management functions to include maintenance of office equipment, researching service providers, maintaining service contracts, and researching software solutions and costs. Performs routine clerical duties for staff, Volunteer Center Committees, Board of Directors, and RSVP Director to include scheduling meetings and conferences, arranging meeting places, and preparing correspondence and documentation. Provides first point of contact for visitors and provides a welcoming reception in person, by phone and/or by mail. Takes the lead in office organization, ordering/pick up of needed supplies and ensures responsible purchasing and non-duplication of supplies per budget. Organizes and, as appropriate, performs orientation and training of volunteers and agencies. Opens, distributes and prepares mail. Handles customer inquiries and complaints. Maintains a safe, secure, effective and efficient working environment. All other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree preferred. High school diploma required, with minimum 5 years executive assistant, office management or equivalent experience preferred Strong computer literacy of Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, Access, and QuickBooks (or similar tools). Knowledge of accounting, data and administrative management practices and procedures. Knowledge of business and management principles. Knowledge of computer and office software packages a plus.

Key Competencies: Written and oral communication skills including presentation skills. Problem analysis and assessment. Judgment and problem solving. Decision making. Planning and organizing. Work and time management with demonstrated ability to meet deadlines. Attention to detail and high level of accuracy. Delegation of authority and responsibility. Information gathering and monitoring. Initiative and Integrity. Multi-task. Adaptability. Teamwork, collaboration, building relationships. Ability to work under pressure. Sense of humor and ability to have fun. Compassion.

Physical Requirements: Frequently (75%-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.

Additional Information: This position is full time with the expectation of work on certain weekends, evenings, and particular times during the year that require additional hours beyond a 40 hour work week. Must have a valid driver's license, reliable mode of transportation and meet state required auto insurance minimums. Travel is limited to the Fox Valley with the exception of occasional conference or training travel.

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. Volunteer Center of East Central Wisconsin is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce.

Send cover letter and resume by Tuesday, September 8, 2015 to Volunteer Center of East Central WI, 2616 S. Oneida Street, Appleton, WI 54915.

Appleton Housing Authority: Property Manager

We are seeking an outgoing person for the position of Property Manager for the Riverwalk Place Apartments.  A beautiful setting located on the Fox River.  Prefer experience working with seniors and persons with disabilities for a 70 unit residential building.  Must be a team player but able to work independently. The ideal candidate will have at least three years of successful operational management experience, including familiarity with Section 42 Tax Credit and/or Section 8 Rental Assistance housing programs.  Knowledge of HUD rules and regulations a plus. Training provided. Must be computer literate and able to work with a multitude of software programs. Other duties include leasing and marketing to maintain 100% occupancy, interview clients for eligibility and rent determinations, collection of tenant rents, yearly unit inspections/work order system, monthly reports and other housing related functions for the effective management of the complex. Currently, this is a four-day a week position but could lead to full-time.

Send your Resume' no later than September 4th to: Debra Dillenberg, Appleton Housing Authority 925 W. Northland Avenue Appleton, WI  54914.  Equal Opportunity Employer.  No Phone Calls.  debrad@appletonhousing.org

Appleton Housing Authority: Executive Coordinator

Responsible for payroll and payroll records. Entering invoices and handling all accounts payable duties. Make deposits and track all account receivable. Tracking of federal/state grants, Track inventory, depreciation and orientation of new employees. This is a dual role, reporting to the Finance Manager and Executive Director. Will perform various assistant duties for the Executive Director.

Salary: Negotiable based on qualifications. Excellent benefits package. This is a full time position.

Qualifications: Candidates should have a 2-year associate degree in accounting. Prior payroll, accounts payable and receivable experience & proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word. Comfortable using industry software systems.

Deliver Resume by mail, email or personal delivery no later than September 9, 2015 to:  Appleton Housing Authority, Debra Dillenberg, Executive Director, Appleton Housing Authority, 925 W. Northland Avenue, Appleton, WI 54914 debrad@appletonhousing.org

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Community Support Worker - Shawano

Community Support Worker - Part Time - Shawano - Bachelor's Degree Required.  Under limited supervision performs Comprehensive Community Services for adults and youth that have ADDA and/or Mental Health Issues according to their individual case plan. Provides practical and preventative approaches to problems encountered in the day to day living. All services should be person-centered and developed in partnership with the consumer.

Hours: Variable. Wage: $16.00 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Community Service Worker - Green Bay or Door County

Community Service Worker - Part Time - Green Bay OR Door County - Part-time positions working out in the community with families, youth, elderly, and persons with mental health issues to provide one-on-one assistance in light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, medication reminding, personal cares that may also include assistance with activities of daily living, taking individuals out on outings, assist with social skills, supervising a visit between parent and child.

Hours: Variable, 5-25 per week. Wage: $9.75 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Ready Set Life (RSL) Program Assistant

Read Set Life (RSL) Program Assistant - Part time. This position is responsible for assisting Activity Leaders with the provision of social, recreational, and educational activities to program participants in the Read Set Life (RSL) program.

Hours: 8:30am-2:30 pm, Tuesdays and Fridays. Wage: $9.50 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Program Assistant/Sub - Manitowoc

Program Assistant - Sub - Manitowoc - Join the Adult Day Programs Team; where you will partner with our clients as we offer an opportunity to engage with others through meaningful activities and provide assistance as necessary.  This is a high-energy job that requires a lot of heart and desire to improve the lives of those we serve.  Experience with the aging population and/or persons with disabilities is beneficial.  Willingness to commit to our mission is a must!

Hours: Variable, Wage: $9.50 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Activity Leader

Activity Leader - Full Time. - Join the Adult Day Programs Team; where you will partner with our clients as we offer an opportunity to engage with others through meaningful activities and provide assistance as necessary. This is a high-energy job that requires a lot of heart and desire to improve the lives of those we serve. Experience with the aging population and/or persons with disabilities is beneficial. Willingness to commit to our mission is a must!

Hours: 8-hour shift between 7:30am-5:30pm, M-F. Wage: $10.00 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Job Coach - Shawano

Job Coach - Part Time - Shawano - This position provides direct job training and other support to people working in the community. Work with Placement Specialists / Case Managers in providing training and other assistance or support as needed. Work with employers to identify job duties, employee needs training, and conduct follow-up contacts. May be primarily assigned to one or several employers for special projects and/or an on-going group activity. Travel is required for this position to visit employers and clients.

Hours: Variable, Wage: $9.50 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Vehicle Detailer

VEHICLE DETAILERThis position is responsible for washing and detailing a fleet of 20-30 vehicles, including cars, vans, and buses.

Hours: 3:00pm-7:00pm, M-F, Wage: $9.50 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Adult Day Treatment Program Technician

Adult Day Treatment Program Technician - Part Time. This person will provide community re-integration and programmatic support to program participants at N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation and in the community, as well as assisting the Adult Day Treatment Program Leader in implementing and documenting individual case plans. The focus of this position is to assist in the training of program participants in the areas of work skills, social skills, personal adjustment, leisure skills, and community adjustment. Some travel may be required.

Hours: Variable, Wage: $9.25 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc: Record Custodian

Record Custodian - Full Time. This position is responsible for maintaining all consumer records in accordance with various county, state, and federal regulations. Successful candidate will have experience with PHI and HIPAA. Experience with detail-oriented data entry, computer skills, and written and oral communication is required. Position includes accurately completing various forms for both internal and external use.

Hours: 8:00am - 2:00pm, M-F, Wage: $11.28 per hour.

To Apply visit our website www.newcurative.org for an application. Submit your completed application to: N.E.W. Curative/ProSolutions, Attn: Humane Resources, 2900 Curry Lane, Green Bay  WI  54311.  Email: newapplicant@newcurative.org  or Fax to 920-468-8911.

Clarity Care: Fund Development & Outreach Coordinator


The Fund Development Coordinator grows the donor base, correlating donations and the planned giving program. They carry out responsibilities in the following functional areas: donor relations and event planning.

Responsibilities: Possess the experience and ability to represent the organization, develop and foster relationships in a professional and respectable manner within the community. Create, maintain, plan, grow, coordinate, and document various present and future fundraising events to grow the donation base. Establish, coordinate, and maintain a presence in the community through events, networking, advertising, and other means of marketing. Manage the donor base program to ensure accuracy of records and donations. Develop, solicit, and expand the annual giving program through means of bulk mailing, distributing proposals, responding to inquires, and preparing collateral materials. Create, maintain and distribute donor and guardian newsletters and inform the community and employees of current news and events. Prepare materials for presentations and events, in efforts to educate potential donors. Possess leadership and people skills to organize, delegate, plan, motivate, direct and control the work and workers/volunteers that might be assigned. Work with Clarity Care's fundraising software program, managing and cultivating constituents.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited college/university with a Bachelor's Degree in communication, marketing or related field. Minimum three years experience in marketing; preferably in a development role. Possess computer skills needed to fulfill job requirements, including Excel, Word, Internet, Outlook e-mail, Publisher and other database software. Must possess a valid WI driver's license, and ability to meet agency driving standards. Must provide proof of auto insurance.

Apply Online at: www.claritycare.org

Fox Cities Performing Arts Center: Director of Development

As a team member of the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, you will help build a positive working environment as well as inspire, transform and build our community through exceptional live experiences. Under the general supervision of the Center's President, the Director of Development provides strategic fundraising leadership and serves as member of the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center senior leadership team with a focus on developing donor relationships and deepening patron involvement.

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following are the primary/essential functions of the position, and are not all-inclusive. 1.Develop and manage the Annual Partner and Keystone Campaign strategic plan and necessary staff support, including: 1.Work with senior staff and board of directors to establish the campaign strategies and goals 2.Cultivate, strengthen and maintain positive relationships with current and prospective donors 3.Analyze research to identify top prospects and make recommendations to Center initiatives and strategies 4.Establish and manage department budget 5.Ensure sound operation and communication between the development department and other Center departments 6.Coordinate with the director of marketing and public relations to assure creation of proper fundraising materials in order to maximize opportunities for communicating Center funding needs to support mission based activities. 2.Encourage identification of other funding sources such as grant and special engagement opportunities 3.Create and manage special event fundraising opportunities including, but not limited to annual Chairman's Gala and special anniversary fundraising opportunities 4.Work with president, board of directors and senior leadership on strategic planning and annual key initiatives.

SECONDARY FUNCTIONS: The following are the secondary functions of the position, and are not all-inclusive. 1.Oversee and ensure the accurate and effective management of the Center's Raisers Edge database 1.Work in partnership with the development team to develop, refine and maintain written standard operating procedures (SOP) 2.Oversee the preparation of reports for senior staff and board 3.Approve completed weekly, monthly, quarterly reports and dashboards prior to distribution 4.Establish and manage department budget. 2.Lead, supervise and develop skills of development staff 3.Represent the Center in the community by building relationships with arts and service organizations, foundations, corporations and individual donors - working some nights and weekends 4.Serve as the ambassador among the Center staff and volunteers to encourage understanding and appreciation of the various fundraising campaigns 5.Complete other projects and duties as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a Bachelor's degree plus five to seven years of experience in fundraising with a confirmed record of success, preferably in a performing arts development office or other nonprofit environment. At lest three of the five to seven years of fundraising in a leadership and/or management role. Experience in performing arts fundraising preferred. Position Supervises: Supervise donor services coordinator, and advancement and grant associate full time positions.

Required knowledge and competencies: 1.Experience in developing and managing annual and major gift campaigns including donor benefits, cultivation, face-to-face solicitation and stewardship 2.Possess and demonstrate interpersonal relationship skills in order to be able to work independently and in a multi-layered fast paces team environment while fostering positive relationships, teamwork and cooperation so that the Center can be successful in meeting its goals and objectives 3.An energetic self-starter 4.A strategic thinker and planner 5.Exceptional organization, oral and written communication skills 6.Knowledge of donor management software required, Raisers Edge experience preferred 7.Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint Education/Certification and Experience.   Bachelor's degree in arts management, communications, public relations or related discipline.

Send resume, writing samples, salary requirements and 3 references to: Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, Attn HR, 400 W. College Ave., Appleton, WI 54911 or via fax (920) 730-3784 or via email at info@foxcitiespac.com The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center is an equal opportunity employer.

Homeless Connections: House Supervisor

House Supervisor: Full-Time & Part-Time.

The House Supervisor works as part of a team and independently to provide services to women, men and families who are experiencing homelessness in our shelter program.   The House Supervisor has many responsibilities, some of which are outlined here is:  ~Attend staff meetings and pre-approved trainings.  ~Ensure the safety and security of the building and residents, including completion of walk-throughs.  ~Provide crisis intervention and resource information to clients and callers.  ~Conduct face to face check-ins with clients (intake).  ~Reinforce community living guidelines with residents.  ~Document notable client interactions with staff, volunteers and/or other clients.  ~Recap shift events with other staff through written and face to face communication.  ~Assign and ensure completion of daily chores with shelter residents.  ~Conduct house meetings with shelter residents.  ~Hand out prescription and over-the counter medications to clients.  ~Distribute personal care items to clients.  ~Stock building inventory, stock donations.  ~Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with clients.  ~Maintain agency and client confidentiality, including former clients.

Homeless Connections, a 34 year non-profit agency, is ending homelessness by connecting individuals and families to resources that promote self-sufficiency and prevent future homeless episodes.

The full- time house supervisor compensation starts at $13.91/hour plus full benefits, including health & dental insurance, life insurance, short term disability, long term disability, vacation pay, sick pay, holiday pay and a retirement plan.

The part-time house supervisor compensation starts at $11.66/hour and potential eligibility to retirement plan.

Additional compensation made available for all overnight shifts worked at an additional $1.50/hour.

What are the requirements? Bachelor's Degree preferred, high school diploma or GED required. Prefer previous experience working with homeless individuals, persons in poverty, persons with mental health issues and/or AODA.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to anne@homelessconnections.net Or mail: Anne Muller, Deputy Director, Homeless Connections, 400 N. Division Street, Appleton, WI 54911 We strongly encourage you to browse our website www.homelessconnections.net Homeless Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Salvation Army Fox Cities: Volunteer Coordinator

Volunteer Coordinator (condensed description) Position Objectives: Recruits, schedules, organizes and directs volunteers for the Salvation Army of the Fox Cities. The person in this position also coordinates Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) as well as the annual Christmas Kettle campaign.

Responsibilities (sample listing): Develops and implements a system to actively recruit, screen, and orient volunteers within the various Corps programs. Supervises operation of EDS office, including maintain supplies and coordination of EDS events. Supervises recruitment and schedules volunteer groups from local organizations and businesses to ring bells for the Kettle campaign. Develop a working knowledge of and ability to operate Kettle database. • Coordinates volunteers for activities such as food drives, walks, nursing home visits, Christmas caravan, etc. Compile, maintain, and analyzes monthly records/ statistics for trends, future planning and Corps' volunteer needs.

Skills/Abilities: • Work well with various age and socio-economic groups. • Strong oral and written communication skills, including public speaking. • Strong skills in planning, organization and time management. • Understanding and appreciation of the role of volunteers. • Possess a high level of self-motivation, creativity, delegation and group leadership skills. • Computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Internet, email and database knowledge. • Familiarity with businesses and civic organizations.

Minimum Requirements: Education: Bachelor's degree Experience: Three years related experience Or a combination of education and experience that provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities.

Compensation: This is an exempt position, with competitive salary range based on qualifications.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: pat_leigl@usc.salvationarmy.org

Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley: Director of School Site Operations

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is searching for an individual with a passion for service to others, a record of accomplishment in the youth service arena, and top notch leadership skills. The Director of School Site Operations directs and supervises the daily operations of all school-based Boys & Girls Club units with primary concern for programs and service delivery, supervision and staff development, community relations including the development and support of Unit-level advisory councils, and performance management.

The ideal candidate will be: •A Strong, Mission-Driven Leader •A Talented Communicator •Energetic •Accomplished •Highly Organized •Knowledgeable of and comfortable with directing and supervising multiple program operations.

Qualifications: The Director of School Site Operations position is a full time, professional human service position requiring a majority combination of the following:•Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university preferred  •A minimum of three years' work experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar organization. •Demonstrated ability in personnel supervision and the recruitment and retention of key staff. •Considerable knowledge of youth development principles, behavior management, guidance, outcomes evaluation, collaboration, and program management. •Exemplary oral and written communication skills. •Demonstrated ability to direct multiple program operations, the recruitment and retention of key personnel; facilities management and budget management. •Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a large number of organizations and individuals.

Please submit cover letter and resume to  jkriewaldt@bgclubfoxvalley.org The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer functioning under an affirmative action plan. Employment offers by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley are contingent upon passing a criminal background check, identity verification and a drug screen.

Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity: AmeriCorps National Construction Crew Leader


As a Construction Crew Leader, you are integral part of building homes and better neighborhoods in our service area. This might include hands on construction tasks such as demolition, site prep, framing, insulation, drywall, flooring, roofing, finish carpentry and landscaping. For example, you might be working with new and gut rehab homes, as well as A Brush With Kindness (ABWK), Critical Home Repair (CHR) and weatherization projects. This could look like completing 5 new builds, 10 CHRs, and 10 ABWK projects. You can give us a boost to significantly increase the number of families our affiliate is able to serve through our programs and construction projects.

Benefits of Service: Skills for the future

The AmeriCorps National direct living allowance up to $ 12,530 paid over the full 46.5 weeks of service Education award - $ 5,730 upon successful completion of service Personal and sick leave Health care plan Student Loan Forbearance (if eligible - Go to AmeriCorps.gov website to see if your loan would qualify) Child care assistance (if eligible).

Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley: Part Time Program Assistant

Part-Time Program Assistant Positions for: Appleton Club & The CLUB Teen Center - Badger Elementary - Columbus Elementary - Foster Elementary - Highlands Elementary - Little Chute Elementary - Menasha Club & The CLUB Teen Center - Roosevelt Middle - Wilson Middle.

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.

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.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: Jaime Kriewaldt, Director of Youth Development Services & the Out-of-School Time Partnership, 160 S. Badger Avenue, 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.

CHAPS Academy, Inc: Intake/Pre Authorization/Billing Specialist

CHAPS Academy, Inc., a mental health clinic that provides counseling and equine-assisted therapy, is currently looking for an experienced Intake/Pre Authorization/Billing Specialist to join our clinic's administrative team in our Shiocton office.

Primary Responsibilities: • Insurance eligibility verifications. • Mental health pre authorization management with health insurance companies including Medicaid. • Overall understanding of agency insurance contracting and provider credentialing. • Print daily schedules and client face sheets. • Works very closely with CHAPS mental health billing vendor to provide vendor with accurate/timely clinic demographic information, authorizations and billing charges. • Client financial assistance management. • Obtaining client demographics and scheduling intakes with appropriate clinician and understands when to refer out to other agencies. • Backup to day treatment biller when needed. • Backup to front desk staff when needed. This person will be an intricate part of the team working closely with the outpatient clinical leader, administrative staff and mental health clinicians.

This is a full-time position generally Monday through Friday 8:00am -5:00pm. May consider part-time 32 hours if strong candidate and possibility of flexible hours.

Qualifications and Experience: • High school equivalency. • Very good understanding and experience with medical or mental health authorization and medical or mental health billing. Experience working with health insurance agencies especially government agencies: Medicaid. •Understanding of ICD 10 and mental health billing codes. • Quick learner, client focused, friendly, self-directed, flexible and knows how to work with a small team to get results.

If interested please send your resume to: Chaps Academy, Inc., N5367 Mayflower Road, Shiocton, Wi, 54170, Attention:  Joan Hutchison, Executive Director

Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services, Inc: Teen Advocate

Develop program for teens and families who witness and/or are victims of domestic abuse and dating violence.  Responsible for advocating for teens and coordinating services with and supporting their parents.  The advocate will provide assessments, safety plans, systems advocacy, referrals, supportive parenting programs, support groups, and other services. These services will be provided throughout Winnebago and Green Lake County.

Scheduled Time: • 40 hours/week - Schedule to be determined.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Teen Advocacy - Meet individually with shelter and outreach teens and parents in both Winnebago and Green Lake counties. - Coordinate and conduct intake interviews with families including teens in shelter. - Meet individually with teens and provide parental support on an as needed basis. - Assess needs and develop service plans for resident and outreach teens.  Make appropriate referrals for services. - Facilitate educational and support groups for teens. - Coordinate and facilitate programming for aggressive teen girls. - Collaborate with the Legal Advocate to provide restraining order assistance and other judicial system services, including Crime Victim Compensation benefits, in order to provide safety for the teens.

Collaborations / Community: - Collaborate with schools and community agencies and programs. - Collaborate with the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh to provide education, outreach and advocacy to students on an as needed basis. - Provide information and/or assistance regarding teens experiencing dating and or domestic violence. - Play an active role with facilitation and presence on the Teen CCR committee - Assist with yearly planning of Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness month. - Assist in preparation and facilitation of presentations about teens and domestic/dating violence to public and/or professional groups to increase referrals and raise awareness. - Collaborate with other community partners in the county and attended community meetings as appropriate.

Other Duties: - Maintain all teen client statistics and outcomes as required by funding sources. - Train interns, staff and volunteers to understand needs relating to teens with domestic and dating violence. - Continually assess and enhance program(s) to ensure clients and communities needs are being met. - Continually research and understand issues and trends related to cultures and how this impacts family, dating, schools and others; demographics of area and specific school; generational issues; and gender issues to develop and implement best practices into all programming. - Coordinate with staff as necessary to provide appropriate services for teens. - Provide back up support to shelter and helpline coverage. - Attend weekly staff meetings - Be on call when assigned in rotation. - This position is also responsible for additional job duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities: • This job requires no supervision of staff. • This job does require supervision of volunteers.

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 degree in human services, social services or similar degree, or equivalent experience. - Experience working with teens and/or children preferred. - Direct experience working with domestic abuse preferred. - Experience facilitating groups preferred. - Experience in working with diverse populations helpful.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations -  Valid driver's license, car and adequate insurance required.

Skills and Abilities: • 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 policies.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIORNMENT:  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 primarily at Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services - Oshkosh location in addition to area schools and other organizations.

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 mjanes@christineann.net

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

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.

Please submit cover letter and resume to: Attn: TCC Search, 160 S. Badger Avenue, 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.

Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services, Inc: Executive Director

Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services seeks an Executive Director to provide leadership towards the achievement of its mission of empowering individuals and families through education, safety and support, and leading our community to reduce the incidents and the effects of domestic abuse and dating violence.  The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the strategic plan, operations, administration, financial sustainability and fund development for the organization. This full-time position reports directly to the Board of Directors. 
The Executive Director will work in partnership with the board of directors and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through strategic planning, programs, and community outreach.  This includes overseeing all agency programs and services and as needed, establish new services that fulfill the agency's mission and the needs of the community and clients.  Working interactively with the board of directors to review and monitor the goals of the agency's strategic plan, and oversee the execution of strategies that achieve those goals in order to fulfill the organization mission.  Ensures both short and long term fund development plans and strategies are in place and are being executed to ensure that adequate funds are available to permit the organization to fulfill its mission, vision, and goals.
This position requires a bachelor's degree; three to five years of management and supervisory experience; demonstrated leadership in directing an organization; proven team building skills and the ability to work collaboratively; and strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders.

Reports To:      Board of Directors
FSLA Status:    Exempt
Scheduled:       40 hours per week; schedule to be determined, some evenings and weekends.

Please send cover letter and resume to: John Hintze - Christine Ann Board President, FNB-Fox Valley, 400 N. Koeller St., Oshkosh, WI 54902 jhintze@fnbfoxvalley.com

St. Vincent De Paul of Appleton: Truck Driver

The Truck Driver is responsible for the coordination of the pick-up and delivery of furniture and miscellaneous items from donors, maintaining a clean, safe, and pleasant work site, and implementing St. Vincent de Paul's mission, under the direct supervision of the General Manager.

Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for operation of the truck is held by the driver assigned on a given day.
  • Fueling the vehicle.
  • Keeping the truck a smoke-free area.
  • Safe care and handling of donated goods at all times.
  • Inspect trucks each morning.
  • Follow regular work procedures each day.
  • Print the pickup/delivery slips.
  • Map out truck route for each day.
  • Follow established procedure when donor is not home and for rejecting items.
  • Clean out truck cab daily.
  • Partner with furniture lead to help organize furniture in furniture area from daily pickups at beginning and ending of each shift.
  • Properly unload merchandise into appropriate storage containers.
  • Assist in recycling efforts.
  • Partner with Donation Center Lead (DCL) to reduce inventory levels in specific departments.
  • Represent SVdP in a positive manner by providing exceptional customer service.
  • Maintain quality service by enforcing organization policies.
  • Complete all job duties in a safe manner.
  • Assumes additional responsibilities as needed.

Job Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Retail experience preferred
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with staff, volunteers, and donors
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule including some weekends and early evenings

Contact Becca Merklein, General Manager, 920-739-1679 Ext. 5, or email becca@svdpappleton.org

Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley- Runaway and Homeless Youth Program Assistance/AmeriCorps

The Boys & Girls Club is searching for talented, dynamic and motivated youth development professionals to provide crisis intervention, prevention education, school and community outreach, on-going mentoring and case management, and other support services for runaway and homeless youth and their families, and those at-risk for running away and homelessness throughout the Fox Valley.

Ideal Candidates will be: Mission Driven, A talented communicator, Able to facilitate successful small groups and one-on-one conversations Skilled at motivating and engaging children, youth and families Energetic, enthusiastic & self-motivated Of unquestionable personal integrity.

Primary Function: The Program Assistants will conduct crisis response, street outreach, hotline response after hours, prevention education, referral, small group work, tutoring, and additional support activities.

Term: These positions are funded through the AmeriCorps National Community Service Program. The employment term is 1 year and runs from September, 1st 2015 through August, 31st 2016. Full-Time is 1,700 hours per year averaging 32 to 35 hours per week. Full time AmeriCorps members receive living stipend of $522.00 semi-monthly and education award of $5,730.00 after completion of term.

Preferred Education and Experience: Successful candidates will demonstrate outstanding communication skills, knowledge of youth issues, and have previous experience working with high-risk youth.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to:  Tim Bohrer  tbohrer@bgclubfoxvalley.org

Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc: Reaching Out Assistant

Part-time position working directly with youth in Reaching Out programs. Based out of the Green Bay Service Center, serving Brown County.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
1.
Design, develop and implement innovative programs to reach underserved and unserved populations as identified by the Reaching Out Manager and Membership Managers.
2.
Ensure girl and adult safety through education and promotion of safe practices and consistent interpretation of GSUSA and GSNWGL policies, standards and procedures.
3.
Interpret and promote Girl Scouting to the community.
4.
Operate within budget, economizing where possible, to ensure quality services are provided. Submit reports as requested in a timely fashion.
5.
Support council functions through promotion of council sponsored activities, meetings and volunteer opportunities. Promote the Girl Scout culture of philanthropy by cultivating and building relationships with donors.
6.
Act as a consensus-builder and trouble-shooter with parents, community volunteers and GSNWGL staff to sustain positive relationships.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
1.  High school degree. Spanish speaking preferred.
2.  Experience working with girls ages 5-17. This position will mainly work with middle school and high school students. Experience with that age level is preferred.
3.  Proficient in word processing, spreadsheets, Microsoft Outlook.
4.  Valid driver's license, good driving record, and reliable transportation. Occasional travel is required and is almost entirely local in nature.
5.  Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team, multi-task, meet deadlines, take initiative and maintain confidentiality.
6.  While performing the duties of this position, the employee is occasionally required to sit and/or stand for prolonged periods of time. The employee is occasionally required to walk, and to frequently operate office equipment manually, The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. The physical demands described above are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

QUALIFICATIONS: Non-exempt, part-time 15 hours a week. Reports to: Reaching Out Manager. Salary: $9 per hour. Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc. requires membership in Girl Scouts once a candidate has accepted the position.

To apply, please go to the following website, create a profile and apply for the position directly.  https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=GSNWGL

Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley, Inc: Psychotherapist

Psychotherapists provide psychotherapy and mental health counseling services to Samaritan Counseling Center (SCC) clients in collaboration with SCC staff, the Clinical Director, and the Executive Director. Psychotherapists provide individual, family, and/or group counseling as determined by the needs of individual clients and groups of clients served by SCC. Psychotherapists provide additional services as requested by the agency and agreed to by the psychotherapist.

We are looking for full-time and/or part-time applicants.

Responsibilities:
1. Maintain a case load of an agreed-upon number of clients of adults, and/or adolescents, and/or children; number of counseling hours; and/or days of service per week.  2. For each assigned case, assess client needs and establish a differential diagnosis, develop and implement a treatment plan, evaluate client progress, and discharge and/or refer client for further treatment, support or education.  3.Develop and manage client records from initial session through discharge. Participate in and act on the results of agency quality assurance and utilization review processes.  4. Participate in and contribute to case review and case consultation with other SCC clinical staff members and consultants. 5. Participate in and contribute to agency staff meetings and staff continuing education activities. 6. Participate in and contribute to practice development at SCC by appropriately acknowledging referrals, maintaining existing referral relationships, and developing new practice niches and referral sources.  7. Develop and pursue a plan for continuing professional development related to psychotherapy, areas of specialization, and the practice of faith-based/spiritually integrated counseling. 8. Satisfy requests for community presentations and appearances, including programming, constituent/donor relations, resource fairs and the like. In addition to these position responsibilities, psychotherapists are expected to demonstrate the following personal and professional characteristics in their work at SCC.

Personal and Professional Characteristics: 1. A cooperative, positive and constructive approach to clients, staff and SCC as an agency. 2. Ability to gain the trust of referral sources, clients and staff and to protect the confidentiality of SCC clients. 3. Mastery of a coherent theory and practice of psychotherapy. 4. Familiarity with the use and benefit of psychological tests. 5. Ability to relate the contributions of various disciplines to the therapeutic task and to make appropriate use of interdisciplinary collaboration. 6. Ability to integrate religious commitments and therapy practices to help clients deal with their spiritual issues utilizing their own belief system.  7. Active interest in learning and the continuing development of one's abilities as a psychotherapist.  8.  Ability to establish and maintain appropriate personal and professional relationships and boundaries both within and outside the agency. 9. Ability to maintain one's own health and welfare in the face of the clinical demands of practice.  10.  Ability to complete clinical responsibilities and agreed additional responsibilities in an efficient, complete and timely way. 11. A belief in a living God, that God exists in one's life and in the world around, and that healing and growth take place in the relationship between each person and their God. Membership in a faith community.

Qualifications: • Graduation from an accredited or state-approved program with a master's or doctoral degree in counseling, clinical psychology, or social work.  • Training, experience, and/or a demonstrated interest in spiritually integrated approaches to mental health practice.  • Full Wisconsin licensure or ability to be licensed.  • Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), CSAC In-Training or applicants interested in pursuing is a plus. • Bilingual Spanish/English a plus.

Compensation: Psychotherapists are employed on either a salaried, fee-for-service basis or percentage of fees collected. Fee-for-service includes clinical services such as individual and group psychotherapy, testing and support, and educational group leadership, and additional services such as case review, agency-sponsored continuing education activities, programming, and other services requested by the agency. Percentage of fees collected includes a straight percentage of all fees collected for counseling. Staff meetings, case review and other ordinary work for the center, including some community outreach, are considered a condition of working at the center. Available benefits are health insurance, simple IRA retirement plan and liability insurance. Clinical staff members also receive an annual allocation to support continuing education.

Selection, Supervision, and Evaluation: Psychotherapists are selected and supervised by the Clinical Director in consultation with the Executive Director.

Position descriptions are intended to reflect the missions and goals of the agency and the talents sought in persons employed by the agency. In each area of responsibility, each staff member has the opportunity to develop annual or longer-term goals and plans. The position description and these goals serve as the basis for evaluating and rewarding performance at least once each year and more frequently as useful to the staff member and/or the agency.    

APPLY TODAY: Send cover letter and resume to executive director Rosangela Berbert at rberbert@samaritan-counseling.com.

Innovative Services, Inc: Behavior Specialist - Level 5 Foster Home

We are looking for caring, compassionate individuals to join our team as it grows throughout the Fox Valley. Our team of dedicated individuals are committed to flexible, accessible and family-centered supports and services that honor the dignity, respect the rights, and maximize the potential of each individual to give them the opportunity to live life to the fullest.

Candidates will be working directly with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or mental health issues. The individuals served may have diverse medical needs and/or behavioral issues. These positions may involve hands-on personal cares as well as vocational activities and community engagement. We are searching for positive, energetic individuals with the desire to make a difference in people's lives and grow within a fast paced company!

Program staff will be responsible for being on call once every other week to cover program needs. These youth behavioral specialist positions require a commitment of every other weekend and rotating holidays.

These positions involve providing supports and services to youth with varying diagnoses which could include but are not limited to autism, bipolar disorders, and managing extreme behaviors. Activities would include providing assistance with social skills and daily living skills. This implementation of individualized goals should be done through safe and healthy environment while providing quality services to all clients.

Two or four year degree in related field or at least one year of experience managing challenging behaviors is required. Must be 21 years of age. A valid WI driver license with an acceptable motor vehicle record and state minimum automobile insurance is required for these positions.

Compensation: $10.75/hour. Please apply online at: www.myinnovativeservices.com

Innovative Services, Inc: Behavior Specialist - Youth

We are looking for caring, compassionate individuals to join our team as it grows throughout the Fox Valley. Our team of dedicated individuals are committed to flexible, accessible and family-centered supports and services that honor the dignity, respect the rights, and maximize the potential of each individual to give them the opportunity to live life to the fullest.

Candidates will be working directly with individuals with developmental disabilities and/or mental health issues. The individuals served may have diverse medical needs and/or behavioral issues. These positions may involve hands-on personal cares as well as vocational activities and community engagement. We are searching for positive, energetic individuals with the desire to make a difference in people's lives and grow within a fast paced company!

We have part-time positions available in our Youth Program in the Appleton area. These positions involve providing supports and services to youth ages 7 to 22 with varying diagnoses which could include but are not limited to autism and bipolar disorders. Activities would include providing assistance with social skills and daily living skills. This implementation of individualized goals should be done through safe and healthy environment while providing quality services to all clients. These youth behavioral specialist positions require a commitment of every other weekend.

To be eligible for these positions within the youth program, you must be at least 21 years old and possess a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent. Prior experience working with individuals with special needs, particularly autism, is strongly preferred. Experience managing challenging behaviors is beneficial to be successful. A valid WI driver license with an acceptable motor vehicle record and state minimum automobile insurance is required for these positions.

Compensation: $10.75/hour. Please apply online at www.myinnovativeservices.com

Forward Service Corporation: (FSET) Account Representatives - in Oshkosh

Forward Service Corporation is a passionate not-for-profit firm that strives to provide exceptional customer service in employment and training related services to local, state, and federally funded program participants.  Our non-profit firm is seeking two (2) full-time FSET Account Representatives in Oshkosh, WI. The FSET (FoodShare and Employment Training) Account Representative is primarily responsible for developing relationships with prospective clients. Responsibilities include: developing current clients; tracking, prospecting and developing opportunities; and documenting relationship calls/visits. This position will need to have an understanding of the fundamental aspects of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. 75% of activity will be focused on new relationship development.

Candidates should have strong sales, marketing, and customer service background, computer skills, verbal and written communication skills, and an ability to work with diverse individuals and groups.  Knowledge of Child Support, Child Care, Food Stamps Employment & Training programs preferred.  Associate Degree or equivalent and 3 to 5 years sales, staffing industry, job development or related experience; and/or equivalent combination of education and experience. Bachelor's degree within a business concentration is preferred.

Compensation & Benefits: Forward Service Corporation offers a competitive wage for this non-exempt position with a minimum wage of $15.57/hr. Compensation is based upon a combination of past experience work experience and education. This full time position also includes an excellent benefits package, including a phenomenal 401(k) plan, as well as an excellent Paid Time Off (PTO) bank.

Tell us why you should be our next FSET Account Representative by submitting a cover letter and resume to:  Forward Service Corporation, Attn: Human Resources, 4600 American Parkway, Suite 301, Madison WI 53718 E-mail: hr@fsc-corp.org Website: www.fsc-corp.org AA/EOE

Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services Inc: Development Director

The Development Director, with assistance of the Executive Director and the Board of Directors, will be responsible for growing and sustaining the financial resources necessary to support the agency's programs and services and build community awareness and support through public relations and marketing initiatives. This position will lead and coordinate all aspects of the agency's fundraising and marketing efforts. This includes researching and cultivating potential donors and other funding opportunities, securing and managing donor relationships and gifts, managing fund raising events sponsored by the organization, and implementing a marketing plan to raise donor and community awareness.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Fund Development
• Collaborate with the Board of Directors and Executive Director to develop a comprehensive fund development plan to sustain and support future growth of programs and services to support the strategic direction of the organization.  • Monitor and evaluate all fundraising activities to ensure that the fundraising goals are being achieved.  • Maintains comprehensive schedule of private grant opportunities, including deadlines, follow-up and reporting requirements.  • Oversee the planning and execution of special fundraising events, including securing sponsorships and in-kind contributions.  • Identify, cultivate and build relationships with current donors and prospects, including individuals, corporations/businesses, foundations and community organizations.  • Develop and implement a comprehensive donor stewardship program.  • Coordinate and execute an annual campaign and direct mail solicitations.  • Oversee the administration of a donor database and mailing list.  • Ensure timely and accurate recording of gifts received and accurate completion of donor acknowledgements.  • Help identify, cultivate, recruit, and develop fundraising volunteers. • Prepare regular reports on fund development activities and recommend changes as necessary.  Marketing and Public Relations • Develop a comprehensive communication plan to promote the organization to its donors and maximize public awareness of the fundraising activities and community education of programs of the organization.  • Coordinate the design, printing and distribution of marketing and communication materials for development efforts. • Oversee messaging and communication of organization through social media, and other outlets. i.e. enewsletter, Facebook, website, Twitter, etc.  • Build relationships with community stakeholders to advance the mission and fundraising goals of the organization. Other • Work cooperatively with other staff as a team to understand and meet the needs and development of programs and services. • Adhere to the agency values.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES • This job supervises the Development Coordinator. 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.

Performance Expectations § Plan and meet deadlines, maintain a flexible work schedule to allow for the needs of fund development activities. § Demonstrate initiative and work as a team player. § Convey a professional and positive image and attitude regarding the organization. § Demonstrate commitment to continued professional growth and development.

Education and/or Experience § Four-year degree in business, marketing or communications, or similar experience. § Proven success in major gift fundraising. § Event planning experience preferred. § The ability to work independently, conduct research, and take initiative, particularly in areas related to granting, gifting, and donor cultivation. § Proven effectiveness at building, engaging, soliciting, and maintaining donors of all types. § Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and competence with public speaking to groups of all sizes and types. § Excellent organizational skills; ability to work in a multi-task and deadline oriented environment. § The ability to handle confidential and/or sensitive information with good judgment and complete discretion. § Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office ® suite programs.  Language Skills § Excellent communication skills necessary.  Must be able to speak understandably and comprehend oral conversation. § Must be able to write clearly, using good grammar.  Ability to maintain detailed records is necessary.  Must be able to speak, read and write, at a minimum, fluently. Mathematical Skills § Basic mathematical skills are required.  Including understanding of general accounting practices and statistical information. Reasoning Ability § Must be organized and must be able to handle evolving or crisis situations with reason. § Must be able to work in an environment in which there are numerous distractions. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations § Valid driver's license, car and adequate insurance required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  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. § Walk staircases many times per day. § Drive an automobile.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. § While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to sit, work on a computer and/or converse for prolonged periods of time.  The employee is occasionally required to walk, and to frequently operate office equipment. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.  Occasional travel is required. § Most of the work will be performed at the agency's Neenah office, however, travel to Oshkosh and Green Lake County will be required. § Some work will be performed in facilities and agencies around the county.

If interested, please submit your resume to Megan Janes, Office Manager at mjanes@christineann.net

Fox Valley Warming Shelter: Overnight Staff

The Fox Valley Warming Shelter, a year round warming shelter, is hiring staff to work directly with people who are homeless when they are staying at the Shelter. Experience in the human services field and college education preferred.

We are looking for caring, compassionate people who have the ability to work in an environment that can sometimes be challenging. A full time overnight position is available. Shifts are approximately 11:00 pm to 7:00 am or midnight to 8 a.m. A valid drivers license is a plus. Competitive wages.

If interested, please submit your resume to Michael Brodhagen, Shelter Manager, at michaelbrodhagen@msn.com

Green Bay Botanical Garden: Custodian/Banquet Setup

Clean buildings and set-up for events and meetings on the Garden grounds according to schedule.

Essential Functions: • Daily (unless otherwise requested) cleaning of the Visitor Center, including the upper and lower level public areas, bathrooms, offices, gift shop, kitchen and storage areas. • Empty all trash and remove to dumpsters. • Weekly (unless otherwise requested) cleaning of the Horticulture/Volunteer Center, including the reception area, kitchen, bathrooms, showers, office areas. • Upon request, clean the Lusthaus and Hobbit House. • Set up and tear down meeting rooms/spaces as scheduled. • Request cleaning supplies and repairs.

Experience and Skills Required: • Able to work with cleaning chemicals. • Able to push a vacuum and a cleaning cart (up to 20 pounds of lifting, pulling, pushing). • Able to lift and move garbage containers, tables and chairs (up to 40 pounds). • Able to work alone without direct supervision. • Able to communicate effectively with staff, volunteers and guests.

Please send resume to mpott@gbbg.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

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.