Celebration Lutheran School: (2 part time positions) 3K Teacher
and Afternoon Assistant for 4K/5KDevelopment
A realignment of responsibilities has created two new
Celebration Lutheran School teaching positions starting this
fall. They are:
•3K (three-year-old kindergarten) teacher for Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 8:30-11:30 am. A teaching degree is
•Afternoon assistant for 4K and 5K classrooms (12:30-3:30,
Mon-Fri). There are no specific degree requirements - just a
love of children!
To apply for either - or both - send a letter of interest
and your resumé to Principal Donna Zimmermann
no later than August 1.
Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI: Licensed
Are you an experienced and licensed therapist who enjoys
treating and working with individuals with mental health challenges
and substance abuse issues? Do you enjoy developing treatment
plans that allow client's to experience the maximum amount of
personal growth? If this describes you, you are encouraged to
apply for the Licensed Therapist position!
The Licensed Therapist performs work
involving clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of
individuals with mental health, substance use, or co-occurring
disorders. The Licensed Therapist works closely with the
client to develop an appropriate treatment plan designed to move
the client toward the desired change. The Licensed Therapist
works collaboratively with a peer supervision team, with oversight
from the Clinical Supervisors, to monitor the course of
treatment. The Licensed Therapist reports to the Program
Supervisor or Manager.
Essential Duties and responsibilities:
May provide individual, couples, family, and or group
psychotherapy services to adult and child clients in a school,
office, out-of-home care setting and/or home setting.
Conduct assessments of client needs using clinical interview,
objective diagnostic tools, and collateral contacts.
Develop treatment plans collaboratively with clients and
provide agreed upon and necessary therapeutic services in keeping
with strength-based, evidence-based best practice standards.
Maintain detailed clinical records and make recommendations
concerning case disposition.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Masters or
doctoral degree in Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family
Therapy, Psychology or related program required with a minimum of
3000 clinical hours. Some positions may require Substance
Abuse Certification as well. In
addition: Knowledge of state regulations
pertaining to clinical practice, including confidentiality, dual
relationships and mandatory reporting. Excellent
knowledge of behavioral health diagnosis and evidence-based
treatments. Ability to make quick and accurate
clinical assessments of mental and behavioral health
conditions. Ability to design and implement clinical
pathways and protocols for treatment of selected mental health and
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
The incumbent of this position must have a current state
licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed
Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or
Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Also, this position requires
a valid Driver's License and car - Motor vehicle check with a
satisfactory driving record required.
TRAVEL: Ability to travel on day trips as
required up to 50%, depending on program needs. Some
overnight travel may be required.
Discover what makes Lutheran Social Services a great place
that helps improve the quality of peoples' lives - one grace-filled
life at a time. We want you! Apply today to join our
NAMI Fox Valley Inc : Development Director
NAMI Fox Valley develops and offers education, support, outreach
and advocacy programs to members of our community who are affected
by mental illness. The Development Director plays a key role in
ensuring that NAMI Fox Valley has the necessary funding to sustain
and expand its mission work, programs and services.
Primary Responsibility and Accountability:
The Development Director is responsible for agency fund
raising and development including individual giving and
cultivation, fund raising events, grant writing, membership, donor
relations, planned giving and endowment giving. The position also
provides support for agency marketing and
Major Position Functions: The Development
Director will be primarily responsible for the
- Be knowledgeable about the various programs and services
offered by NAMI Fox Valley to complement outreach and advocacy
education and training programs and work with other management team
members to expand services as needs are identified.
- Development of a comprehensive annual development plan and
implementation of the agency's strategic plan imperatives and
initiatives. Ability to facilitate and manage agency fundraising to
meet $500,000 overall annual goal (2014-2015).
- Creation and implementation of the fund raising plan through:
~ Individual giving, cultivation and acknowledgment.
~ Identification and cultivation of prospective
donors. ~ Identification and cultivation of corporate
and foundation donors (current and prospective). ~
Development of a planned giving campaign. ~
Grant writing and reporting. ~ Support the
Executive Director in the United Way Fox Cities application and
reporting for partnership funding. ~ Staffing of the
Board of Directors' Special Events and Development
- Membership Growth ~ Develop and implement a strategy
to increase and retain members.
- Marketing/Communications ~ Develop content for the
agency's annual report. ~ Develop content for agency
donor marketing materials (print and multimedia). ~
Develop content for planned giving materials and education.
~ Write and distribute monthly agency e-newsletter
through Constant Contact. ~ Support for writing and
editing of other agency materials.
- Special Events ~ Coordinate and direct the agency's
annual "Strike Out Stigma" Bowl-a-Thon ~ Establish
timeline, financial goals and objectives for the event ~
Coordinate site and event logistics ~ Coordinate
planning and event volunteers in collaboration with the Volunteer
Manager ~ Develop or revise sponsorship, team captain
and bowler materials ~ Coordinate community
partnership campaign to solicit corporate, business and foundation
sponsors ~ Coordinate promotional events including the
Team Captain Kickoff ~ Maintain complete records
including team and donor information, sponsorship information and
financial reporting ~ Manage public relations and
communications related to the event ~ Support
community fundraising events: "Strike Out Stigma" with the Timber
Rattlers, Lawrence University Events, Human Race, etc.
- Represent NAMI Fox Valley on community committees, task forces
and initiatives and attend community meetings and events.
General Administration & Financial Management
- Maintain accurate records of financial opportunities pursued
and gained including monthly reports to the Executive Director and
- Act as a liaison between funding sources and management staff
of NAMI Fox Valley (including the Board)
- Prepare written correspondence and reports accurately and
within established deadlines.
- Attend training sessions to update skills.
- Ensure completion of established outcome-based evaluation
systems for various programs and services in order to comply with
requirements of funding sources such as the United Way.
Relationships: The Development Director
reports directly to the NAMI Fox Valley Executive Director.
S/he will also work closely with other staff members in order to
schedule activities and events in such a way that they do not
conflict with other programs and projects. This position requires
the skills of collaboration and cooperation.
Qualifications: The candidate for the
position of Development Director must have: Bachelor's Degree with
at least five years of fund raising experience including individual
giving, corporate and family foundations, special events
coordination and successful grant writing.
- Ability to work effectively and handle multiple concurrent
tasks and projects with minimal supervision in fast-paced
environment with deadlines.
- Possess excellent customer service skills, written and oral
communication skills. Be able to professionally present self
in internal and external communication. Public speaking and
training experience, comfort and skill.
- Excellent organizational skills and follow through; responds to
requests quickly and professionally. Ability to efficiently manage
- Strong interpersonal skills emphasizing team-building and the
ability to work with a variety of individuals.
- Self-motivated with the ability to work independently with
- Demonstrate ethical behavior, cultural awareness and ability to
build trust and rapport in all activities involving individuals of
- Maintain positive relationships with all internal and external
contacts through professional honest interaction.
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a wide range of
partners and diverse populations including the corporate sector,
individuals, public sector, private sector and diverse community
- Experience with donor database management and utilization.
- Possess computer skills including use of software such as
Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
- Be flexible, open-minded and compassionate.
- Believe in the importance of consumer-directed services
- Have an outlook on life that inspires hope
- Believe that growth and change are possible
- Have the capacity to care/empathy
- Have a non-judgmental attitude
- Value consumer choice
- Have respect for other cultures, sexual orientation, spiritual
beliefs, and family culture
- Believe in empowerment
- Have respect for confidentiality and all other consumer
Benefits & Work Requirements: Full time,
salaried position. Salary based on experience ($42,000 -
$49,000). Paid vacation, holidays, training and sick days.
$30/month cell phone stipend. Please apply by email
to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your
cover letter and resume. The application deadline is
August 5, 2014
Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region: Development and
Donors Services Associate
PositionAvailable = Development and Donors Services
For a complete position description and application instructions
please go to our website at:
Girls Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes: Chief Development
This is a professional position with the responsibility to plan,
develop, and lead the fund development efforts of the
council. The CDO leads the council's efforts to expand its
revenue base through adult generated fundraising and other public
support, and in the achievement of council fund development goals
established by the Board of Directors through collaboration with
the senior leadership team and the volunteer Fund Development
Committee. The CDO also leads the marketing and communication
area, as the council works to raise public awareness of Girl Scouts
and to proactively expand the brand image and visibility of Girl
Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes.
The CDO participates with the CEO, COO, CFO and CPO to define
the organization's strategic direction in support of the Girl Scout
mission. As a member of the senior leadership team, the CDO
provides leadership and implements strategic oversight to the
The CDO must work effectively with board committees, task
groups, volunteer committees, community groups, staff, and the
Board of Directors to ensure effective fund development for GSNWGL.
The CDO must also develop and maintain systems to ensure
safety and quality in promoting the organization while ensuring
compliance with requirements of funding sources.
- Fosters a culture of philanthropy and leads the development
staff which oversees individual, family, corporate, and foundation
giving, grant writing, special events, member relations, capital
giving, and planned giving programs.
- Oversee the development of long range funding strategies within
the council goals.
- Develop a positive climate for fundraising within the
organization through presentations to staff, volunteers, and the
- Develop a balanced funding mix of donor sources and
solicitation programs tailored to the needs of GSNWGL that will
attract, retain and motivate donors while significantly expand the
organization's donor base and level of giving. Manage the
effective development and retention of high-performing fund
development staff and ensure they are equipped to help the council
meet its fund development goals.
- Assures that GSNWGL systems and procedures support
comprehensive fund development. Work with the Communications
department to execute GSUSA's strategic branding, marketing and
communications messaging across the GSNWGL council.
- Oversee and insure that systems are in place for efficient and
timely donor record-keeping and recognition. Develop and
maintain a system to monitor fund development progress against
- Oversee the research, evaluation and submission of grant
opportunities based on the criteria of available resources and
strategic alignment with council goals and potential for
- Keep informed and updated about federal and state requirements
related to charitable contributions.
- Contribute to the council's planning process; specifically in
the development and administration of annual plans of work, budget,
individual performance appraisals, and annual organizational review
for Fund Development and Marketing and Communication efforts.
- Bachelor's degree or higher, CFRE preferred. Five years
of proven success in leading a team which has increased public
- Experience with strategic planning, capital campaigns, special
appeals, special events, and endowment funds.
- Proven skills in grant writing, donor relationship building,
and work with volunteers and Boards.
- Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills
including public speaking skills required.
- Proficiency in donor recordkeeping software, preferably Donor
Perfect and Microsoft Office suite.
- Commitment to the mission and purpose of Girl Scouting.
- Proven leadership skills with the ability to delegate and take
- Valid driver's license, good driving record and reliable
transportation. Regular travel is required.
- 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
operate office equipment manually. The employee must
occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
* Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes,
Inc. requires membership in the Girl Scouts.
To apply please go to our website at
and click on Workforce Now.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Branch
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 Branch Director leads a team of youth
development professionals towards providing a diverse array of
high-quality and effective youth development programs and services
at the Downtown Appleton Boys & Girls Club.
The ideal candidate will be:
A Strong, Mission-Driven Leader
A Talented Communicator
Gifted at connecting with a diverse population of children, teens
and their families. Knowledgeable of and comfortable with
directing a diverse array of programs and services.
Minimum Qualifications :
The Branch Director position is a full time, professional human
service position requiring a majority combination of the
· Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
· A minimum of five years work experience in a Boys & Girls
Club or similar organization planning and supervising activities
based on the developmental needs of young people.
· Demonstrated ability in personnel supervision, team building,
facilities management, and the recruitment and retention of key
· Considerable knowledge of youth development principles, behavior
management, guidance, outcomes evaluation, collaboration, and
· Ability to interact positively and effectively with members,
including discipline problems.
See the posting at:
Please submit cover letter and resume to:
Branch Director Search, 160 S. Badger Ave, Appleton, WI
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is an Equal
Opportunity Employer functioning under an affirmative action
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:Program
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
Part-Time Positions Opening - Program Assistant
Little Chute Elementary
· HS diploma with some secondary level education in a related
· 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
· The ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in
· Advanced knowledge of some or all of the following: child and
adolescent development, behavior management techniques, principles
of effective youth development programming, and CPR/First Aid.
See the posting at:
Please submit cover letter and resume to:
Jaime Kriewaldt, Director of Youth Development Services &
the Out-of-School Time Partnership, 160 S. Badger
Ave, Appleton, WI 54914
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is an
Equal Opportunity Employer functioning under an affirmative action
The Building for Kids Children's Museum: Visitor Experience and
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Visitor
Experience Manager manages all aspects of The Building for Kids
Children's Museum's visitor experience, volunteer, and intern
programs. The Manager provides direction, management, and
consultation for the organization's visitor, volunteer and intern
functions. The Visitor Experience manager serves as the coordinator
of special programming that enhances the experience of Museum
The Building for Kids Children's Museum Visitor Experience
staff, volunteers, and interns are a critical and integral part of
the Museum's overall operations. The Museum depends upon the
talents of this team to be successful and accomplish its mission.
Approximately 50% of the Visitor Experience Manager time is focused
on the Museum's visitors, coordination of special programming, and
the Visitor Experience Team, 35% on the Volunteer program, and 15%
on the Intern program.
Visitor Experience Responsibilities: §
Lead the Visitor Experience team by demonstrating extraordinary
customer service at all times. § Lead the daily
operations of the Museum admissions and floor services with a focus
on customer service, organization, and efficiency ensuring visitors
are attended to pleasantly, professionally, and promptly.
§ Interact with the public in a positive and enthusiastic
manner. § Serve as an advocate for the visitor while
simultaneously promoting the welfare of the Museum; communicate
with a variety of visitors with diverse interests and abilities to
ensure a positive Museum experience; resolve visitor concerns and
complaints. § Maintain a well-informed working
knowledge of the Museum's operational needs, exhibits, and services
for ongoing training of staff. § Responsible for
hiring, evaluating, and terminating Visitor Experience
staff. § Schedule, train, and supervise Visitor
Experience staff ensuring adherence to policies and procedures, and
that outgoing information is current and accurate. Ensure Visitor
Experience staff has the information, materials, and supplies
needed to carry out their assigned tasks successfully.
§ Ensure accuracy of Visitor Experience staff timesheets;
provide signature of approval on each time sheet, and submit
completed timesheets to the Finance Manager. §
Evaluate, update, and maintain the process and procedure manual for
exhibit floor and Welcome Desk. § Assist with the
implementation and enforcement of the Museum's standard uniform
protocol for Welcome Desk, floor staff, and volunteers.
§ Coordinate group visits (field trips and birthday parties)
during regular operating hours; conduct orientations to the Museum
and facilitate announcements; work with the Facilities Manager to
make sure all classroom and lunchroom spaces are ready for group
visits. § Work with the main office as school/group
tours are scheduled to ensure proper invoicing, timely payments,
and processing; input and process of sales income; work with the
Finance Manager to ensure Museum payment policies and procedures
are followed and recordkeeping is accurate and timely to maintain
financial and data integrity. § Create agenda for
monthly Visitor Experience staff meetings; facilitate the monthly
meetings. § Create and distribute various
communications and publications; assist with social media postings;
maintain calendar of monthly staff meeting dates; send out
reminders to staff of the upcoming meetings.
Volunteer Responsibilities: § Develop,
promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer opportunities
within the organization. § Survey staff regularly to
assess needs for volunteer assistance. § Ensure
volunteers are staffed to support the various areas of operations,
to include exhibits, education, and special events (e.g. Children's
Parade, Boo Bash). § Recommend the most efficient use
of volunteers, appropriate volunteer/supervisory mix, and future
workforce needs to support volunteer program operations.
§ Conduct and arrange for volunteer recruitment, orientation,
and training. § Schedule all volunteer
activity. § Manage volunteer policies, procedures, and
standards for volunteer service. § Organize and
participate in volunteer recognition programs and special
events. § Evaluate all aspects of volunteer programs
to ensure effectiveness and to recommend changes as
appropriate. § Maintain accurate records and provide
timely statistical and activity reports on volunteer
participation. § Develop, maintain, and solicit
working relationships with community organizations that provide
volunteer services (e.g. Downtown Rotary, Optimists, Kiwanis, Chase
Bank). § Recruit, interview, and place applicants for
volunteer work. § Host and attend recruiting events
within the community to attract qualified candidates.
§ Work with professional associations to publicize
opportunities for volunteers. § Provide ongoing
support and guidance of volunteers. § Confer with volunteers
to resolve grievances and promote cooperation and interest.
Intern Responsibilities: § Manage, guide,
and set policies for internship programs. § Identify
potential internship venues and sources through academic
departments, businesses, and governmental agencies. §
Recruit, supervise, and coordinate interns at the Museum.
§ Serve as liaison between the student, the Museum, and the
education department. § Work effectively with
students, and ensure that both the Museum and the student's
internship expectations are being met.
Responsibilities: § Plan with Leadership Team
to create and implement special events at the Museum.
§ Participate in after-hours special events as a shared
responsibility with other Leadership Team members.
General Responsibilities: § Attend weekly
Leadership Team meetings. § Perform other duties as
assigned from time-to-time.
Requirements : The ideal candidate must
possess the following qualifications: § Bachelor's
degree in business, marketing, hospitality, or related field, or
equivalent of 2 years of related experience. § Prior
management experience preferred. § Proficient in basic
computer applications, such as word processing, spreadsheets,
internet usage, and social media. § Ability to conduct
one's self in a calm and professional demeanor when working with
the public and or with difficult situations. §
Willingness to adjust hours to accommodate the needs of the
position. § Ability to effectively manage a wide array
of tasks, projects, and responsibilities. § Ability to
work productively in an unstructured environment with frequent
interruptions. § Demonstrated verbal and written
skills, good organizational skills, and self motivated work
ethic. § Ability to lift 25lbs comfortably.
Time Commitment : § Ability to work
full-time. § Hours will generally be Tuesday through
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., but may periodically include some
Sundays and evenings.
Application - Please submit a brief cover
letter with your resume to: Bobbie Schmidt,
Executive Director, The Building for Kids
Children's Museum, 100 W. College Avenue,
Appleton, WI 54911 Email: email@example.com
No phone calls please.
Ballet Inc./ dba Mararoff Youth Ballet: Executive Director
The Makaroff Youth Ballet is a nonprofit
organization whose mission is to share the art of classical ballet
with the Fox Cities community through its young, talented dancers
and to provide its dancers with pre-‐professional performance
opportunities. Its season consists of a holiday concert and spring
concert. These are concerts produced in the same way as a
professional company - they are not recitals. The Makaroff Youth
Ballet also participates in several community outreach events,
including, but not limited to, parades, PAC pre-‐show events,
appearances at community venues. We are considered the standard
bearer of classical ballet performance in the Fox Cities.
Job Summary: The Executive Director
reports to the Board of Directors and works in partnership with the
Artistic Director and the Board to help execute the strategic
vision that supports the company's artistic mission and values.
Primary responsibilities will fall under development, marketing,
operations, and administrative duties. Job
Status: Part-‐time salaried; 15-‐20
hours/wk; Annual salary $10,000.
relationships with current and potential donors Work with board to
increase donor base. Marketing: Keep
the community aware of the organization.
Performance-‐related marketing/advertising to increase
attendance at events. Develop marketing plan for
presentation to MYB board Update company website, manage social
media. Participate in Fox Arts Network meetings (one
hour, one Wednesday/month) Draft, edit, produce and distribute
fundraising materials. Operations:
Arrange and contract with venues for performances Coordinate
logistics of dance floor to performance venue.
Coordinate logistics of costumes, props, and sets with
costume mistress. Attend all in-‐theater
rehearsals. Coordinate front of house needs during
performances. Communicate with theater staff during in
theater rehearsals. Supervise volunteers and delegate
duties as needed. Administration:
Communicate with Artistic Director on company needs.
Communicate budgetary needs of performances and company to
board treasurer. Work with Artistic Director to draw
up dancer contracts and help distribute to new company
members. Attend monthly board meetings and report
out. Create annual report and send out to donors and
company partners. Communicate with dancers and
families through meetings and email.
Requirements and/or skills needed: 1.
Bachelor's degree, preferably in nonprofit or arts
management. 2. Previous experience working with a
nonprofit organization. 3. Make decisions and solving
problems collaboratively. 4. Love of the performing
arts. 5. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and
Excel. 6. Strong oral and written communication and
interpersonal skills. 7. Ability to manage multiple
tasks and meet deadlines.
Application procedure: Please submit
electronically a resume with cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:Runaway Program
This position focuses on working with and for runaway and
homeless youth and youth at-risk for running away or
homelessness. The possible job duties include: street
outreach, school presentations, community agency
meetings/presentations, tutoring, hanging out with teens during
Boys & Girls Club Teen Nights and in the Teen Center, providing
service referrals, crisis hotline coverage, reaching out to youth
and families from local Police Dept. runaway list and offering them
services, and running group programming such as an AODA resistance
and education program called SMART Moves. Other opportunities
and services we offer in the Runaway Program are family mediation,
providing/coordinating care packages, and some case management.
Submit Resume to: email@example.com
The Cooperative School: Primary-level Math and Science
The Cooperative School, a small, progressive,
private primary school in Appleton, WI seeks an innovative,
passionate teacher to teach Math and Science to a mixed-aged group
(3rd-6th grade) of no more than twelve students. Must be
comfortable and familiar with a differentiated classroom and
emergent curricula, and must be willing to challenge high-achieving
The position is part-time, 8:30 to noon, Monday through Friday,
and entails two hours per day of instruction and seven hours per
week prep time. Starting salary is $27 per hour.
Submit Resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Haven of Hope Day Care Inc: Executive Director
Job Summary: - Serving as the chief
fundraiser and face of the organization, translates the vision and
mission of the organization to the local community, prospective
clients, clients and staff members. - Directs the
overall operations of the organization with the objective of
ensuring financial stability commensurate with the best interest of
the clients. - Establishes short term and long range
strategic objectives, plans, and policies subject to the approval
of the Board of Directors.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Represents the organization as appropriate in its
relationships with clients, donors, competitors, government
agencies, professional societies, and other similar groups.
(40%). - Directs activities of the organization in
accordance with the policies and objectives. Ensures
availability of competent, qualified personnel for key positions
within the organization. Resolves any conflicts arising
between groups, staff units or other elements under immediate
supervision. (20%). - Ensures that adequate
plans for future development and growth of the organization are
prepared and participates in their preparation, periodically
presents such plans for general review and approval by the Board of
Directors. (15%). - Presents proposed operating
budgets for review and approval by the Board of Directors.
Then analyzes operating results of the organization relative to
established objectives and insures that appropriate steps are taken
to correct unsatisfactory conditions. (15%). -
Develops the basic objectives, policies, and operating plans of the
organization; submits these to the Board of Directors for
approval. Ensures that the policies are understood and
properly interpreted and administered by staff.
Scope: Haven of Hope is an organization
serving 75+ clients in the greater Fox Valley area. Total
operating budget is approximately $900,000 with revenues of
$700,000. Annually, the organization needs to raise $200,000
through donations and fundraising to meet its current needs and
Required Job Qualifications/Competencies:
- Bachelor's degree in non-profit management, business or
related field or equivalent work experience. Advanced degree
preferred. - Successfully demonstrated a high degree
of financial and business acumen. Strong emphasis on
strategic agility and experience exceeding fundraising goals and
executing the organization's strategic plan. -
Demonstrated ability to build strong professional relationships
with clients, the staff, the board, members of the community,
leaders of other organizations, donors, and the media.
- Previous leadership experience and demonstrated ability to
supervise others and delegate tasks. - Previous work
or volunteer experience with a non-profit organization.
- Superior written and verbal communication skills.
- Has obtained the required certifications, licenses and
training required for the role.
Submit Resume to email@example.com
Ryan Community Inc: Case Manager
Agency Mission; Empowering individuals
with dynamic life experiences to gain self-sufficiency and become
responsible, productive members of the community.
Position Description: This is a 40 hour a
week position in our residential halfway house that provides case
management and educational group facilitation to male offenders
that are under the supervision of the Department of Correction.
This position requires participation in a rotating on-call
schedule. Scheduled Shift: Mondays 8:00am
to 4:00pm, Wednesdays 12:00pm to 8:00pm,
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm. A full benefits package
is included with this position.
Responsibilities of the Job: • Facilitate
groups on Cognitive Intervention, criminal justice, anger
management, relapse prevention, and life skills. •
Manage a case load of up to six clients developing individual
service plans. • Complete required paperwork and
documentation for clients involved in the program. This
includes progress reports, daily documentation, weekly
communications with Department of Correction's staff and discharge
summaries. • 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
random drug and alcohol tests to clients. • Conduct
Core Competences: • Bachelor's
degree in criminal justice, human services or a related field is
required and a minimum of 2 years' experience working with
correctional clients is preferred. • Knowledge of and
experience in working with a wide spectrum of individual issues:
alcoholism, mental health and criminal thinking. •
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
topics. • Client Service - Manages difficult or
emotional client situations; Responds promptly to client's needs;
Solicits client feedback to improve service; •
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; able
to facilitate group role play activities; Listens and gets
clarification; Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group
presentation skills; Knowledge of motivational interviewing.
• Diversity - Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural
differences; Promotes a harassment-free environment. •
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 unexpected events. •
Proficient in Microsoft Office programs. •
Ability to produce and maintain detailed records.
• Ability to maintain confidential information.
Submit Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reach Counseling Services, Inc: Licensed Mental Health
Part-time position at 24-30 hours weekly
to work with adolescent and adult victims of sexual
Qualifications: Must be a licensed social
worker, professional counselor or marriage and family therapist
with 3 years post Master's. Skilled at assessment, diagnosis and
treatment planning is required. Knowledge of trauma focused
therapies, including TREM, TF-CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing
and wellness planning is preferred. An understanding of the effects
of trauma and/or sexual abuse is necessary.
Responsibilities: This position works with
adolescents ages 13 through 19 and adults. Emphasis is on
trauma focused therapies using individual, group and family systems
models. Hours are flexible with some evening work.
Benefits: Life Insurance, Sick leave, personal
time and vacation paid after one year. Paid holidays, 401K,
Flexible spending account, and paid training. Reach
Counseling Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and in
compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Send Resume with cover letter to: email@example.com
Fox Valley Memory Project : Program Assistant
This position supports the work of the Memory Project's Memory
Cafes and Memory Loss Resource Center. It is a flexible half time
position funded through a federal employment program so candidate
must be 55+ and meet financial eligibilities.
For more information, and to apply, please contact Betty
Lefebvre Hill at 920-225-1711, or email to :
newVoices : Executive Director
The Executive Director is responsible for carrying out
newVoices' strategic plan and directing the day-to-day operations
of the organization. The Executive Director is the executive
manager for all administrative functions of the
organization-including securing sufficient revenue, from earned and
philanthropic sources, to meet or exceed annual expenses. He or she
works in partnership with the Artistic Director, who is responsible
for the artistic product, and with the Board of Directors, which is
a highly engaged body. The ED is the public face of the
organization: he or she builds relationships with community leaders
and arts stakeholders, and represents newVoices professionally and
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
: Administration (50%) Collaborate
with newVoices (NV) Board of Directors and Artistic Director on
strategic direction; establish and implement action plans to
advance strategic goals and objectives. Direct NV
annual business planning and accounting activities, in
collaboration with the Treasurer, Business Manager, and bookkeeper.
These include: • development of the annual operating
budget for the Board's approval. • negotiating for
discounted or donated goods and services. • oversight
of financial recordkeeping and database maintenance. •
oversight of accounts receivable and payable, insurance coverages,
payroll and sales tax remittance, required state and federal
financial reports, and other day-to-day financial affairs.
Direct administrative and logistical aspects of artistic
activities, including: • identify collaboration and
outreach opportunities with potential community benefit, e.g. with
charities, community initiatives, and other arts
organizations. • advise on concert themes and
repertoire to advance multiple objectives of artistic excellence,
audience development, and serving community needs. •
assist with selection of guest artists and negotiate guest artist
contracts. • assist with selection of concert and
rehearsal venues and negotiate venue contracts. •
ticket sales and distribution; money handling; music
purchase/rental; printing and stuffing programs; recruit, oversee
and support volunteers for venue setup and teardown, box
office/will call, and ushers. Support ensemble
membership management activities, which are led by the ensemble's
Executive Council, including dues collection, apparel payments,
apparel management, attendance, CD duplication and payment, music
maintenance, and members' email addresses for
communications. Supervise all administrative
personnel, including: Business Manager, contractual employees,
volunteers, interns, and any other paid or unpaid administrative
personnel. Increase ticket purchases and brand
awareness by coordinating with NV Marketing Committee on public
relations activities, including: concert advertising and promotion,
season program brochure and marketing materials, website, social
media, and public relations opportunities for events and/or
concerts. Represent NV and its interests at various
professional, industry, and community associations. Network with
sponsors, vendors, community associations, and other external
audiences to build new audiences and enhance NV recognition and
importance as an arts provider and community
Fund raising (50%) In collaboration with
the Fund Development Committee, direct the management and expansion
of fund raising efforts from individuals, foundations,
corporations, and government agencies, including: •
Identify and qualify new prospects. • Cultivation and
personal solicitation-independently and in partnership with board
members or other volunteers-of new and current prospects, focusing
on prospects with potential to give at least $1,000
annually. • Implement "annual giving" campaign plan
developed by the Fund Development Committee, including: mail and
email appeals, newsletters, Conductor's Circle leadership giving
program. • Write grant proposals and reports.
• In collaboration with Fund Development Committee and event
committee, plan and hold at least one major fundraising concert
annually. • Plan and hold smaller fundraising events
as needed for identifying, acquiring, upgrading, and/or stewarding
prospects and donors with capacity to give $1,000 or more.
• Enhance the menu of sponsorship opportunities.
• Seek opportunities to grow the endowment and to establish a
planned giving program. • Stewardship and donor
relations through mail, email, social media, and personal
PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS: The Executive
Director sets the direction for revenue and support and ensures the
financial health of newVoices. This is a full time, executive
management position. Although the normal work week is Monday
through Friday, must maintain a flexible work schedule to meet the
demands of donor engagement, board of directors governance, and
concert and rehearsal support. The ED is expected to:
• Translate broad goals into achievable steps. •
Plan and meet deadlines. • Make decisions and solve
problems independently. • Establish
constructive relationships with the Board of Directors, Artistic
Director, Business Manager, ensemble leadership, donors, and key
community leaders and arts stakeholders. • Adhere to
the highest ethical standards in management, governance, finance
and fund development. • Be an enthusiastic,
articulate, and effective advocate for the artistic mission of the
organization. • Stay current in best practices for
fund development and nonprofit management.
QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor's degree
required, preferably in nonprofit or arts management, business
administration, community development, administrative leadership or
social work; experience equivalent to a degree may be
accepted. • Minimum five years progressive experience
in a nonprofit organization, including managing staff and
volunteers. • Minimum five years of experience and
proven success in fundraising, including familiarity with:
face-to-face solicitations; proposal writing; special events;
direct mail; electronic and social media; major and planned gift
programs; and development office functions including gift
processing, prospect and donor histories, and fund development
reporting. • Strong community
involvement demonstrated by current membership and leadership roles
in local, nonprofit, religious and/or civic organizations.
• Ability to take initiative, to organize and implement a
multi-faceted workload with minimum supervision, and to function
well as a member of a team. • Ability to prioritize
work, train and delegate to others. • Ability to
communicate with donors and volunteers in a professional
manner. • Knowledge of non-profit functions and
capacity building strategies. • Understanding of
budget development and general financial/administrative
practices. • Strong to advanced knowledge of Microsoft
Word, Excel, and database management. • Valid driver's
license, good driving record and reliable transportation.
• The physical demands described are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. The employee is occasionally
required to walk, and to operate office equipment manually. The
employee must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 25
Reports to: Board of Directors Position
type: Full-time salaried. Email cover
letter and resume, in PDF format, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Put "newVoices ED" in the subject line.
Brown County United Way: Campaign & Business Development
This individual is responsible for developing and executing
programs designed to augment the Brown County United Way's annual
workplace campaign. This involves, but is not limited to,
developing year-round giving programs including direct mail, donor
recognition, planned giving programs, affinity groups and other
ideas designed to build giving relationships with new and existing
Key Responsibilities: - Develop and
execute year-round giving programs including priority direct mail
campaigns to prospective individual donors (not involved in the
traditional workplace campaign), leadership donors and small
businesses. - Support United Way events.
- Support Resource Development and lead volunteers in
developing and growing Leadership Giver and Tocqueville
relationships. - Support the CEO and RD staff to
attract and retain new business and donors. - Develop
and manage United Way affinity groups, including but not limited
to, the Emerging Leaders Society and Student United Way.
- Manage and leverage the NFL/UW partnership. -
Develop and manage a planned giving program. - Develop
and execute a targeted, segmented donor recognition program,
inclusive of: - Development and execution of thank you
materials, both print and online. - Recognition
events. - Other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree required
and/or equivalent experience and education. Experience in
fundraising, sales or donor management required. Public speaking
ability and strong communication skills necessary. Experience
with planned giving and affinity groups preferred.
Relationships: The Development Manager
reports to the Vice President of Resource Development and Strategic
Communication. Other relationships involve United Way staff, Board
of Directors, and other volunteers. Significant interaction
with community leaders, business leaders, partner agencies and
other development professionals.
Email cover letter and resume to :
CHAPS Academy Counseling : Part Time Cook
First off this would be about 10-15 hours
per week, Monday through Friday (will discuss exact time frame if
considered). We are looking for someone to cook for our group
of teen girls during the week. The girls are served their
meal at noon every day. This would include meal planning,
grocery shopping, meal preparation, serving to the clients, and
also clean up.
For more information about the position
please send an email attached with a resume
St. Vincent de Paul of Appleton: Baler Operator
The Baler Operator
provides for the agency's mission by sorting donated merchandise,
determining which items of clothing will be sold or baled, and
operating the baler. This person will work closely with volunteers
to train them and meet monthly bale goals.
Accountability: Works with
all team members for project collaboration and communication;
responsible to General Manager.
Part-time and full-time positions available, between the hours of
8:00AM - 6:00PM, M - F, can be flexible.
• Operate and understand all functions of both balers.
Operate forklift safely. Complete forklift training
(training opportunity provided by SVdP of Appleton).
Utilize forklift to bring gaylords of clothing from the
warehouse to the baling area. Utilize forklift to load
clothing onto the bale truck. Utilize forklift to move
gaylords in the bale room to ensure safety and a clean, organized
work area. • Communicate with General Manager and
Clothing Department Lead to sort appropriate clothing to go on the
sales floor or in the baler. Communicate with
department leads, other SVdP of Appleton team members, and
volunteers to ensure an efficient sorting and baling
process. • Train volunteers on the baling process and
how to use the balers. Work with volunteers to achieve
monthly bale goals. • Notify General Manager of any
maintenance issues with balers • Maintain accurate records of all
bales made •Load bale truck •Notify General Manager at appropriate
times to schedule bale truck pick-ups •Keep work area clean and
organized • Other duties as assigned.
To apply please send resume to:
Habitat for Humanity: AmeriCorps VISTA: Volunteer Development
Greater Fox Cities Habitat for Humanity has
a great ONE-YEAR job opportunity through the AmeriCorps VISTA
program ! AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers In Service To
America) is a national service program designed specifically to
fight poverty. This VISTA project requires a one-year
commitment to serve full time, beginning in mid-August.
The Volunteer Development Specialist will
help build capacity for Fox Cities Habitat for Humanity by
increasing efficiency in how we orient, train and schedule our
volunteer resources, and by strengthening and growing our volunteer
base. Responsibilities include: developing an
integrated scheduling system to capitalize on the diverse interests
and talents of our volunteers; developing an on-line volunteer
orientation and training program; developing an on-line system to
schedule Event volunteers; expanding partnerships with faith
communities; and developing a tithe partnership program.
The VISTA position offers training,
relocation, child care, living allowance ($946 per month) and an
education award ($5,645) upon successful completion of service.
To apply, go to the AmeriCorps VISTA
website (AmeriCorps.gov), go to "Search Listings" and search
for: 2014-15 Habitat Volunteer Development VISTA Appleton,
Friendship Place: Program Assistant
Part-time, temporary position with a starting pay rate of $10
per hour. Position has the opportunity to become full-time,
The Mental Health (MH) Program Assistant is responsible for
organizing and directing the daily activities of Friendship Place
under the direction of Assistant Director. The MH Program
Assistant will be familiar with other services and resources in the
community and will work closely with them to provide information
and support when required. This position will work directly with
members of the outreach center to provide our ongoing
programming. Performs other duties as required.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Establishes relationships
with adult persons that support their abilities over their
disabilities by providing direct services which include: assertive
support, limited problem solving and activities of daily
living. 2. Supervises delivery and coordination of
activities and services of the program. 3. Supports
plans created in partnership with participants that demonstrates
hope, empowers participants to assume more direction and
responsibility of their own lives through skill development,
supportive education and recreational and social programming and/or
identification of natural supports. 4.
Collaborates with other agencies and providers when
necessary and at the direction of Friendship Place Executive
Director. 5. Provides limited crisis determination
evaluating risk of harm to self or others and making appropriate
referrals. 6. Attends and participates in staff
meetings intended to schedule/organize anticipated member
activities, develop resources and provide support. 7.
Performs limited administrative function in absence of Executive
Director, which provides "lead" responsibility to assure delivery
of services to participants and ongoing operation of Friendship
Place during those absences. 8. Participates in
individual supervision/consultation as directed. 9.
Maintains reports and documentation, other records and other
administrative responsibilities as assigned by Friendship Place
Executive Director. 10. Provides and/or coordinates
transportation services for participants as needed.
11. Assesses and monitors programs and
services, reviews with Executive Director on an ongoing
basis. 12. Attends professional in-service training as
approved by Executive Director. 13. Maintains strict
confidentiality of Protected Health Information per administrative
standard. 14. Oversees general maintenance and
cleaning of Friendship Place.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work performed is generally within
the light range as defined by the United States Department of
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Must have direct experience
working with persons with severe and persistent mental
illness. 2. Must posses a valid Wisconsin driver's
license and ability to meet Friendship Place insurance
requirements. 3. Experience working with a variety of
clients in community settings preferred. 4.
Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and the ability to maintain
professional boundaries and confidentiality.
To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to:
Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services: Shelter Advocate, Part
Time, Oshkosh office
Job Description Summary: Responsible for providing
domestic abuse services for victims of abuse which include crisis
line coverage, completing intakes and outtakes with shelter
residents, and providing supportive services and advocacy with
victims. Shelter Advocates are also responsible for general
oversight of the Christine Ann Center (Oshkosh) including following
security procedures, accepting donations, and maintaining general
Basic Qualifications: • Ability to maintain records
and uphold confidentiality policies. • Ability to work
in an environment with a diverse group of people. •
Ability to work in an environment with multiple
distractions. • Ability to work individually and
prioritize required tasks. • Ability to communicate
Preferred Qualifications: • Experience in the field
of domestic abuse. • Bachelor's Degree or in the
process of attaining a Bachelor's Degree in the field of Human
Services. • Bilingual Spanish speaking (not
Scheduled Times: Job location is the Oshkosh Office located at
206 Algoma Blvd. • Weekend shifts are split from
4:00 p.m. Friday through 8:30 a.m. Monday in 8, 12, and 16 hour
shifts. • Weekday shifts are from 4:30 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Monday through Thursday, with occasional coverage from 11:30 pm to
8:30 am to cover vacations. • All shifts are shared
among 7-8 Shelter Advocates. A minimum of two overnight
shifts and three day shifts per month are required on the
weekends. • Shelter Advocates also cover holiday
shifts. • This position may have limited
Please send cover letter and resume electronically or by mail
to: Megan Janes, Office Manager,
Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services, Inc.,
1416 S. Commercial St., Neenah, WI
Megan Janes, Office Manager email@example.com
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 : firstname.lastname@example.org