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Fox Valley Literacy Council: Adult Literacy Program Specialist 

The position assists in the coordination and delivery of English Language Learning and Adult Basic Education services. The position helps coordinate all aspects of the English Language Learning and Adult Education programs, including learner recruitment, evaluations, matching learners with tutors, and on-going support of the matched pairs. The position also provides support necessary in the daily operations of the Fox Valley Literacy Council.  The Adult Literacy Specialist works as part of a team with other staff and volunteers to help carry out the mission of the Fox Valley Literacy Council. 

Qualifications: • High school education required; Bachelor’s degree in Education, ELL or TESOL, or a related field is preferred. • Previous experience in English Language Learning or Adult Basic Education is preferred. • Proficiency in Hmong, French, Kinyarwanda, or Spanish is preferred.   

Skills: • Good communication skills • Distinctive record of accomplishment incorporating diverse perspectives in teaching, scholarship, and/or outreach • Experience working in multicultural environments • Experience with a wide variety of teaching methods •  Ability to work with minimal supervision • Team player with an ability to support the work of others •  Ability to successfully work with and motivate learners and tutors • Ability to multitask and prioritize • Good organizational skills •  Ability to maintain a professional manner under pressure • Proficient computer skills including databases and spreadsheets • Fluency in English and knowledge of English grammar.  

Responsibilities: • Greet and direct guests and phone calls • Maintain databases and spreadsheets for literacy programing • Prepare periodic reports • Schedule and supervise program volunteers • Assist in the recruitment of adult English language and basic education learners for one-to-one tutoring and small classroom instruction • Conduct learner intakes, evaluations, matching, follow-up, and support •  Assist with special events and trainings • Evenings and weekends may be required • Other duties as needed.

The part time Adult Education Program Specialist position offers competitive compensation and will average around 20 hours per week, Monday-Thursday.  Benefits include 3 weeks of paid vacation, flexible hours, earned sick leave, and paid holidays.  

Please send resume and cover letter to Nik Shier at nshier@fvlc.net.  

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Habitat for Humanity - Appleton Habitat ReStore East: Store Manager

Join the awesome team of volunteers and staff at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore East side location.   The Habitat ReStore is a unique retail outlet that sells donated new and used building materials at very low prices – keeping usable materials out of the landfills and directing all profits to Habitat for Humanity to support its mission of building homes, communities and hope in the Fox Cites.  

The Store Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations the ReStore, developing a strong, cohesive and inclusive management team, and ensuring a safe and exceptional environment for volunteers, donors, shoppers and staff.

At least 5 years retail management and direct sales experience is required, volunteer management experience and proven ability to lead and develop teams are critical.  Full time salaried position, 40+ hours per week with varying shifts.  See www.AppletonReStore.org for the full job description.

Please send your cover letter, resume, salary history and three references to amyr@fchabitat.org.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region: Match Specialist 

The Match Specialist is responsible for providing comprehensive enrollment and matching support to potential and current volunteers, youth, parent/guardians, and key collaborators in support of achieving organization goals and in alignment with the BBBS Standards of Practice and Service Delivery Model. This position delivers high-level customer service and professional support to ensure child safety, positive impacts for youth, constructive and satisfying relationships between children and volunteers, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS on the part of match members. As a member of the BBBS Team, this position is also responsible for supporting and directly contributing to the organization’s growth and culture of collaborative leadership. 

Core tasks include: • Provide comprehensive oversight of the enrollment of volunteers and children to ensure fit and highest quality match opportunities in alignment with organization’s mission and goals. • Conduct volunteer and child enrollments including: conduct individual interviews, assess fit with the program, complete all required enrollment paperwork. • Provide comprehensive support and guidance to volunteers, children, parents, and other key stakeholders involved in a match relationship to ensure the ongoing safety and success of that match. • Continually assess match relationship through on-time, thorough, and two-way match support conversations with volunteer, child, and parent. Focus will include: child safety, volunteer training needs, match relationship development, positive youth development, volunteer satisfaction, and real or potential problem identification and resolution. • Develop strategic interventions to identify and strengthen match relationships that require additional support to grow. • Remain aware of current trends in mentoring and youth development. This will require developing and maintaining a positive professional working relationship with other community and social service agencies and personnel in area public and private schools. • Other duties as assigned to support the growth and functioning of the organization.  

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Lfenlon@bbbsfvr.org.  BBBS is an equal opportunity employer. This position provides a competitive salary and benefits. Application deadline is 09/01/2017.

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The Trout Museum of Art: Visitor Services Associate

The Visitor Services Associate serves as the point person for visitors to the museum, assisting them with transactions, informing them of upcoming program and events, and promoting the membership program. The Visitor Services Associate completes administrative tasks including preparation of daily deposits, responding to phone and email inquiries, and processing mail. This is a part-time, non-exempt position.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:  Welcome visitors and familiarize them with the facility, current exhibitions, and upcoming programs and events.  Promote membership to visitors by informing them of member benefits and explaining the membership program.  Assist visitors with class registration, ticket purchases, opening and renewing memberships, and gift shop sales.  Answer phones, direct calls, take messages and maintain voicemail.  Process financial transactions at the front desk and prepare daily receipts.  Process mail and respond to email correspondence sent to the organization’s general inbox.  Assist at events in a variety of capacities including event setup and teardown, visitor check-in, and helping with basic programming.  Observe visitors in the gallery in order to protect the artwork.  Maintain the appearance of the gallery and information areas.  Process reservations and tour bookings.  Assist with office administrative duties as required.  Assist with special projects and other duties as required.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: The Visitor Services Associate does not supervise any position.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS  High school diploma  Strong customer service skills.  Great written and oral communication skills.  Computer literacy including MS Office and the ability to learn new programs.  Excellent attention to detail.  An interest in the arts desired.  A willingness and ability to receive and give direction in a collaborative, team-oriented environment.

If interested, please send cover letter and resume to Amanda Beuscher at info@troutmuseum.org.  Application deadline is August 22, 2017.

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NAMI Fox Valley: Iris Place Peer Companion 

NAMI Fox Valley is the Fox Valley based affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The agency works to support and empower everyone touched by mental illness, to eliminate stigma, and to nurture recovery through more than two dozen education, support, advocacy, and outreach programs. We envision a community, free of stigma, that supports and promotes mental health and recovery.  

The agency’s Iris Place Peer Run Respite program (“Iris Place”), which is funded primarily through a contract with the State of Wisconsin, provides a safe and welcoming environment with an opportunity for individuals experiencing emotional distress or crisis to grow and change through the support of others with lived experience. Iris Place’s 5-bedroom peer run respite center is run by and for individuals who identify with lived experience with mental health and/or substance use challenges. The program provides 24/7 peer support, linkages to community resources, and improved outcomes and quality of life for callers and guests. This position is an 8pm to 4am shift.

Primary Responsibility and Accountability : Peer Companions provide peer support to guests and callers through sharing of their own lived experience with mental health challenges and/or substance abuse. Peer Companion Subs will be responsible for supporting peers with crisis prevention and diversion from hospitalization, ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for guests and those who call by phone, providing one-on-one and group peer support, complying with all policies and procedures, providing linkages to community resources and utilizing their lived experience to support the needs and wants of guests and callers. 

Major Position Functions: Peer Companions also are responsible for the following: • Providing peer support and advocacy including guest screening, registration and checkout procedures. • Being knowledgeable about the various programs and services offered by NAMI Fox Valley, as well as other programs and services in the community. • Utilizing active listening skills to assist peers in accessing and connecting with community resources and working toward their Wellness Vision and goals/wants/needs for their stay. • Following and maintaining the values of Iris Place as well as policies and procedures. • Maintaining accurate records of activities, including outcomes data.  

Shift Coverage: This individual in this position typically will be responsible for covering 4 eight-hour shifts per week (may include weekends and holidays), typically from 8:00 p.m. through 4:00 a.m. The individual also will be responsible for attending weekly staff meetings and other meetings and trainings. The individual also may be asked to cover additional peer companion shifts as the need arises.  

Qualifications: • Identify with lived experience with mental health challenges and/or substance abuse and be willing to utilize their lived experience in peer support. • Possess deep knowledge and experience with peer support. • Positive philosophy toward wellness and recovery and demonstrated ability to approach and support individuals through intentional listening, compassion and understanding/knowledge of the mental health system and community resources. • Ability to work effectively and handle multiple concurrent tasks and projects with minimal supervision. • Possess excellent customer service skills. Be able to professionally present self and maintain positive relationships through both internal and external communication. • Ability to work with a variety of individuals. • Demonstrate ethical behavior, cultural awareness and ability to build trust and rapport in all activities involving individuals of diverse backgrounds. • Possess basic computer skills including word processing, data entry and e-mail/Internet. 

Preferred (NOT required) Peer Support Experience: • Peer Specialist Certification • Recovery Coach Training Certificate • Emotional CPR • Intentional Peer Support • Mental health or substance use recovery support group facilitation.  

Values: Iris Place is values-based, and there is an expectation that staff, volunteers and guests will hold the values of the space. Peer Companions are expected to fully understand and uphold the values of Iris Place.  Our Values: • We believe that healing happens in relationships. • We believe in hope and that recovery is possible for everyone. • We believe in respect for self and others. • We believe in creating a space that is welcome and healing.  

NAMI Fox Valley is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions at NAMI Fox Valley are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, family or parental status. NAMI Fox Valley values diversity and encourages applications from all qualified individuals.  

Application deadline is Friday August 18 (interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis, and we may hire before the application deadline).

Please send cover letter and resume to Maren Peterson at  maren@namifoxvalley.org

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Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs: Prevention Educator

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is looking for an energetic, creative individual who enjoys working with youth and people of diverse backgrounds and experiences. 

Essential Duties: Provide prevention / intervention domestic violence education in area schools and other community-based settings.  Provide individual support and advocacy to youth victims of domestic violence.  Train and network with youth to develop peer education within schools and community settings.  Network with other community agencies and systems that provide services to children, youth and their families. 

Knowledge, skills and abilities: Knowledge of domestic issues and issues affecting youth.  Strong public speaking skills. Basic knowledge of computers is needed.   Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Education or a related field, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities.  

*Full time (40 hours per week), some evening hours. *Benefits include:  health insurance, short and long-term disability insurance, voluntary dental, group life insurance.  To apply:  Please send cover letter and resume by August 21, 2017 to: Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs, hr@harborhousewi.org  Candidates should describe previous activities mentoring youth, minorities, or members of other underrepresented groups. 

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate against or give preference to any person because of race, color religion, age, sex, national origin, handicap, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status or arrest or conviction record, or any other discriminatory basis prohibited by state or federal law.  In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.  

Harbor House is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from minority candidates and survivors of domestic violence.

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Mercy Medical Center: Major & Planned Giving Manager 

Ascension Wisconsin serves millions of people across the state with 24 hospitals and hundreds of sites of care. Approximately 23,500 associates, including nearly 1,000 medical group clinicians work collaboratively to deliver compassionate, personalized care every day. Ascension Wisconsin includes hospitals, clinics and doctors’ offices from Affinity Health System, Columbia St. Mary’s, Ministry Health Care, and Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. As part of Ascension, the largest non-profit health system in the U.S. and the world’s largest Catholic health system, in fiscal year 2015, Ascension Wisconsin provided $300 million in community benefit including care of persons living in poverty. We provide compassionate, personalized care for all, including those who are struggling. And we’re improving collaboration across healthcare in Wisconsin.  We’re looking for talented associates to join us as we continue advancing healthcare across Wisconsin.  

Job Summary: Manages a portfolio of major donors and major donor prospects to solicit major gift donations. 

Responsibilities: ~Solicits major or planned gifts. ~ Designs and implements programs and/or strategies to identify prospective major gift donors. ~ Develops relationships with prospects and donors through communication strategies and consistent stewardship. ~ Tracks and manages the prospective donor pool to monitor program results. ~ Manages and executes major gift, charitable estate planning and annual giving programs to secure capital (equipment and buildings), endowment and annual giving support for hospitals and clinics.

Qualifications: Licenses/Certifications/Registration: ~ Preferred Credential(s): Certification specializing in Fund Raising credentialed from the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) International. 

Education: Bachelor's Level Degree - Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Finance, Marketing or related field required. Master's Degree, Juris Doctorate, other advance degree preferred.

Work Experience: Minimum five (5) years of experience directly applicable to the primary work required. 

How To Apply:   To see the full job description and to complete the application click here .  For additional information or if you have any questions contact Tonya Dedering at  tonya.dedering@ascension.org.

Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Truancy Reduction & Assessment (TRAC) Case Manager 

Truancy Reduction & Assessment Center (TRAC) Case Manager provides assessment, referral, and general case management services for middle school and high school age youth with truant behavior.  Services are primarily school-based and involve educating students on truancy laws and process and providing assessments to uncover underlying factors contributing to attendance concerns.  The TRAC Case Manager supports youth and families proceeding through Truancy Court by providing education on the process and connecting them with additional resources to further assist in getting back on track.   

Duties/ Responsibilities: • Attend school-based truancy hearings at both the middle schools and high schools in the Appleton Area School District as-needed/ directed. • Attend courthouse-based truancy hearings as needed/directed. • Seek opportunities to participate in agency and community events. • Attend all required trainings and explore additional learning opportunities offered in the community. • Contribute ideas for adaptations to existing programs as community and youth needs change. • Attend and actively participate in staff meetings (including TRAC, YFS, and All Agency) as directed. • Work with staff to create a harmonious and supportive workplace environment.  • Communicate fully with TRAC Team, the Chief Executive Officer, and others who have a need to know. Be informative, timely, candid, and accurate.  • Participate in case consultation with supervisor, TRAC Team, Youth & Family Services Teams, and others as necessary. • Ensure services provided reflect professionalism and adhere to agency guidelines.  • Pursue emerging knowledge of best practices for addressing truancy / service learning and share it with TRAC Team as part of an on-going effort for quality improvement. • Maintain client and case confidentiality. • Nurture relationships with school and court contacts are nurtured and strengthened throughout the year. • Keep client files complete and up-to-date on a weekly basis. • Provide outreach and educational support regarding truancy to community groups, local school districts, and organizations.  • Provide administrative assistance to Director of Targeted Support Services for Summer of Service preparation, development, and coordination. • Plan training week for Summer of Service staff / volunteers.  This will include both providing some trainings directly, as well as coordinating additional internal and external trainers in an effort to thoroughly prepare the team for Summer of Service responsibilities and leadership. 

Knowledge & Skills: • Applicants must have knowledge of the county system of juvenile services (e.g. courts, protective services, juvenile intake, etc.), including juvenile code and relevant legal issues concerning youth. • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. • Ability and desire to work both in a team and independently. • Advanced written and oral communication skills. • Knowledge of and ability to use computer software and equipment.

Required Qualifications: • Minimum bachelor’s degree in social work or human services related field  • Minimum of 2 years work experience with at-risk teens and families. 

Disclaimer: The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected.  It is not designed to contain, nor to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required and/or desired.

If interested submit cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org. Application deadline is 08/30/2017.

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Habitat for Humanity - Appleton Habitat ReStore: Store Associate 

The Appleton Habitat ReStore is a unique retail store with a mission! We sell new and gently used home improvement materials to the public at discounted prices. All proceeds from the ReStore benefit Habitat for Humanity’s affordable housing programs. 

The Store Associate will work at Appleton’s Habitat ReStore on East College Avenue, maintaining the back room, sales floor and common areas, ensuring a clean, safe and organized work environment and monitoring in-coming donations. The Store Associate will work closely with our wonderful group of volunteers and the generous community members who donate their building materials to the ReStore. 

If you enjoy working in a retail/warehouse environment, have a good driving record, and love to work side-by-side with volunteers and donors, this is the job for you! The work hours will vary based on the donation flow into the ReStore, typically averaging 20 hours/week, Monday – Saturday.

To view the full job description, please see www.AppletonReStore.org.  Please submit cover letter, resume to amyr@fchabitat.org

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The Family - 91.9 FM: Director of Donor Relations

Evangel Ministries, Inc., d/b/a The Family, is a Christian organization that broadcasts the hope of Jesus Christ to strength and encourage listeners in our communities to draw closer to Christ.   We are a fun, dedicated and supportive group that serves God in all we do. 

The Director of Donor Relations position will develop, design, and execute fundraising program and strategies of all types. Actively recruit and manages donors by engaging them in The Family’s mission and securing financial support. 

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES: Uphold and live out Evangel Ministries, Inc.’s mission, vision, and statement of faith. Provide servant leadership as patterned by Christ. He/She is compassionate, speaking the truth in love, soliciting feedback, spiritual maturity, fostering an atmosphere for the EMI team to flourish. In partnership with the leadership team, help create strategic long-term goals and plan. Guide those under your supervision in making sound and balanced business decisions that will further the gospel of Jesus Christ. Minister, pray and share the gospel with listeners and donors. Be actively involved in a local church. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: This is a hands-on position that will call for the quick design and execution of fundraising strategies of all types (grants, capital campaigns, events, sponsorships, but focusing on large private donations) that yield results quickly and without unnecessary gestation periods (we know that development requires relationship building and we are not referring to the necessary steps of building an audience).  

The Director will oversee all aspects of yet-to-be-designed fundraising programs as well as create fundraising goals and solicit funds to meet these goals. He or she will develop new donor bases and organize initiatives to solicit funding. Actively recruits and manages corporate, community, and individual donors, engaging them in The Family’s mission and securing financial support. Manages, implements and evaluates various campaign events and activities per The Family’s recognized best practices, benchmarks, and timelines and work with staff to achieve goals and outcomes. Knowledge, expertise and understanding of marketing communications and print materials as they relate to donor development. Graphics knowledge a plus. Prepares or assists with budgets and ensures compliance with allocated funding. Conducts active community networking and outreach through 5+ face to face meetings on weekly basis with current and prospective donors. Strong leadership, planning, and organizational skills Performs all other duties as assigned. OTHER DUTIES: This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required. Other duties, responsibilities, and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licenses/Certifications/Registration: Preferred Credential(s): Certification specializing in Fund Raising credentialed from the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) International. Education: Bachelor’s Level Degree. Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, Finance or related field required.   Work Experience: Minimum five (5) years of experience with proven results in fundraising and donor development. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Ability to recruit, train, and manage leadership volunteers to achieve results. Strong interpersonal, communication, and time management skills. We will be relying on your extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals and you’ll be performing a variety of tasks including, eventually, leading and directing the work of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.  

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to handle, or feel objects; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 + pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus. 

This is a Part Time, Non-exempt – 20 hrs. per week – This position can be self-funded to a FT capacity. Reports to the Chief Executive Officer.  If you are interested, please apply online:  http://919.thefamily.net/about-us/about-usemployment-opportunitiesemployment-application-form/   Application deadline is 9/30/17.

The Family, WEMI-FM, WEMY-FM, WGNV-FM, has established religious faith as a qualification for employment, as permitted by the FCC’s instructions. EOE

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass: Glass Studio Manager 

Glass Studio Manager – Fusing, Flame working, Cold Working, Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass – Neenah, WI.  The ideal candidate would be a good communicator and possess excellent interpersonal skills, in addition to technical mastery of the studio tools and equipment. He/she should be able to look around our studio and understand how to program and fire our electric kilns, safely use our Bobcat and Carlisle CC torches, and have a working knowledge of all aspects of fusing glass and cold working equipment. They would also have some experience teaching classes and/or creating programming for adults and children. It would be a great plus if they had hot glass experience as well, but it is not necessary.

Position Brief:  This position is responsible for the planning and development of the programs, community engagement activities and classes for both children and adults. Additionally, this position works with vendors and suppliers; obtains and supervises the instructors, as well as recruits volunteers to carry out the studio’s programing goals. The Studio Manager is responsible for implementing and reviewing policies and procedures regarding programing, safety and use of equipment. In addition, they would help to develop and implement the organization’s vision and strategic plan, and be responsible for budget development, oversight and procuring studio supplies and equipment.  

Summary of Responsibilities: • Develop, plan and schedule programing for studio classes, workshops and events for both children and adults. • Recruit and negotiate contracts with instructors to carry out the objectives and goals of the studio program in agreement with the museum. • Oversee class registration, cancellation of classes, fees, instructor compensation. • Prepare, organize, facilitate or instruct, carry out, and follow up on all classes, grant programs, and activities. This includes, teaching classes, as needed, firing glass work, assembling work when needed, and packaging. • Produce the descriptive content for promotional and marketing material for all of the glass studio offerings. • Ensure the safe operation of studio equipment, including providing regular reports on the condition of the studios and recommend equipment repair and purchases. • Purchase studio supplies and update studio equipment when necessary to advance programming. Support the Special Exhibition programming schedule by offering related studio workshops, activities and events. • Work with the Exhibits and Education Director to develop community relationships through program collaborations and use of the glass studio facility. • Sustain and develop contacts with community art education programs to become familiar with other educators and their programs. • Attend professional development opportunities that expand glass knowledge and education when appropriate. • Work with the Exhibits and Education Director to create an annual plan for studio education by evaluating existing programs and development of new opportunities.  Create an analysis through tracking student enrollment and surveys as needed. • Recruit and supervise studio volunteers during classes, activities, events, and other studio projects. • Organize the annual Fox Valley Area High School Glass Exhibition. This includes hiring instructors, recruiting schools to participate, scheduling “glass days” with teachers, preparation and set up for classes. Coordinate installation and programming with museum staff and volunteers. Evaluate outcomes. • Plan, organize and carry out Summer Art Camp: organize projects, hire instructors, facilitate classes, and budget, order and prepare materials.  

Fundraising and Outreach: • Assist the Exhibits and Education Director, Executive Director and Marketing and Development director in Grant writing and requests by preparing project descriptions, budget information, evaluation and outcome approaches for potential studio education grants. • Maintain records and documentation required by grant and funding sources along with the Business Coordinator.  • With the Exhibits and Education director continue current programs and develop new revenue streams for education with studio activities.  

Qualifications • Education/Training:  College degree. • Minimum of 2 years of Glass Studio experience preferred or alternate training. • Proficient knowledge of glass studio techniques and equipment to include but not be limited to: processes for kiln formed glass, flame working and safety procedures for operation, kiln operation and programming, cold working equipment, torches and knowledge of glass tools, equipment other studio maintenance knowledge. • Demonstrated experience budgeting, inventory oversight, demonstrated ability to coordinate and manage projects. • Excellent people and communication skills, both oral and written are important for the public contact and promotional requirements of this position. • Ability to drive, operate office equipment, lift 40 lbs. Non-essential, but desirable - hot glass knowledge would be a plus. 

Please forward all information to: Alan Westby, Director of Exhibits and Education, Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass, 920 751-4658, westby@bmmglass.com.

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Rawhide Boy's Ranch: Outpatient Therapist  

In August of 2007, Rawhide expanded our service offerings from primarily a residential treatment center to include Outpatient counseling. This expansion came as a result of our desire to meet the counseling needs of the many calls we would receive from people in the community seeking our services. Initially, we started our outpatient clinic on our main campus in New London, WI. Since then, we have expanded to include offices in Green Bay (in 2008), Appleton (in 2009), and Milwaukee (2010). 

Now, we are looking to add a part-time or full-time Outpatient Therapist who will primarily work out of our Appleton and New London offices, but may also provide services at our Green Bay clinic.

The Outpatient Therapist is responsible for promoting and providing therapeutic services to individuals, couples, families, and groups. The responsibilities of the position include: providing psychosocial assessments, diagnoses, treatment plans and discharge plans; counseling individuals, couples, families, and groups; maintaining client records; and marketing/developing Rawhide’s outpatient programs. 

Required Qualifications: Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field. Insurance billable status (licensed LPC, LCSW, LMFT...). Experience in diagnosing and treating a wide array of mental health issues including adolescent problems. Ability to provide quality individual, group, and family therapy. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong team orientation. Valid driver's license.  

Preferred Qualifications: Strong computer skills. Specialty in mental health counseling. Experience in presenting/teaching.

 To apply, send cover letter and resume by September 1st, 2017 to Jim Eckstein at  humanresources@rawhide.org

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Bethesda Lutheran Communities: Direct Support Professionals

This position is responsible for providing direct support, positive direction, and assistance to individuals in accordance with  program policies and procedures; and personal outcome measures. We do offer paid training. 

Essential Job Functions: Provides supports to people served by assisting in the development and implementation of all Support Plans, including spiritual life supports, assisting people in achieving their personal goals and desires, providing interaction and choices for activities that support a meaningful day, and supporting people to be independent in activities of daily living; •  Assists with information gathering for Personal Outcome Measures, and other assessments; • Assists people with maintaining a clean, safe, and orderly home by following safety and infection control procedures; educates people about maintaining homes; • Maintains and expands skills and knowledge relevant to providing high quality support and services. Obtains and maintains all required certifications and trainings and applies the information to support people served; • Maintains open communication and cooperative work effort with Lead DSP and other staff to assure quality and continuity of support to people served; • Supports the Bethesda Mission, Vision, and Core Values while empowering each person to direct their own life choices; • Reports and/or documents routine and unusual events including completing daily logs, accident reports, outcome data sheets, etc. in a concise, understandable, and legible manner; • Assists people with fiscal management while safeguarding their funds. This may include completing ledgers, reconciling accounts and assisting people with spending choices; • Ensures that people exercise their rights and that rights are not restricted without due process, ensures people are treated with dignity and respect; • Performs other duties as assigned.  

Education and/or Experience: High school graduate or equivalent.  Additional experience with people with developmental disabilities preferred or as required by regulations.  Must be 18 years of age, or older. Certificates, Licenses or Registrations: • As applicable, must possess a valid driver's license and good driving record as defined by Bethesda policy. • Additional certifications may be required by regulations. • Some positions may require access to vehicle in sound operating condition and proof of current auto insurance. • Clear background checks as defined by regulations and policies. 

Physical Demands: Ability to lift at least 50 pounds. Ability to do daily standing, bending, and lifting. Must be able to stand for 8 hours at a time. Other Competencies (skills, abilities, behavior): • Interest in assisting people supported to achieve personal outcomes and to provide person centered supports. Must possess good verbal, reading, and written communication in English; basic math skills; and basic computer skills. Ability and willingness to successfully complete and apply training. • Must be certified to be free of communicable diseases by a physician (post-employment physical); have the ability to work effectively and harmoniously with others; flexibility with respect to hours of work and changing conditions; be of good moral character; have an interest in the welfare of the individuals; have training and/or interest in the field of developmental disabilities; and have a willingness/ability to communicate with and relate to individuals, parents, guardians, fellow-staff, representatives of community agencies, and company management. 

Send cover letter and resume by September 30, 2017 to Kim Roeseler at kim.roeseler@mailblc.org

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Habitat for Humanity ReStore: Donations Coordinator 

Habitat ReStore Job Opportunity!  Join the awesome team of volunteers and staff at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore – a unique retail outlet that sells donated new and used building materials at very low prices – keeping usable materials out of the landfills and providing all of our profits to support the Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity.  

The Donations Coordinator arranges incoming donation requests for the Habitat ReStore, schedules donation pick-ups, and manages ReStore donor records.  Part time/25 hours per week typically between Monday – Saturday.  Previous sales and customer service experience and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite are required. 

To view the full job description, please see www.AppletonReStore.org.  Please submit cover letter, resume and salary history to amyr@fchabitat.org

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ASTOP, Inc: Professional Counselor 

ASTOP Sexual Abuse Center - Fond du Lac, WI. ASTOP is a sexual assault service provider offering treatment, outreach, prevention, and advocacy, emphasizing hope and connection to self and others. 

This is a full-time position, approximately 40 hours per week responsible to coordinate and direct client support services. Provides input for the collection, compilation and interpretive analysis of complex client related statistical data. Responsible for providing coordination and oversee ongoing and special direct services designed to assist victims. Provide comprehensive assistance and liaison to and for victims and referrals to appropriate follow up services. Accountable to ASTOP Executive Director. 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Within the programs, policies, procedures and budget, the Client/Victim Advocate is responsible for the duties below: Committed to the philosophy and vision of the agency. Complete in-service training for crisis intervention and continue with further client or services training when appropriate. Uphold the standards and methodology of the prevention education program of Protective Behaviors including the Agency environment and all aspects therein. Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings, client service meetings and meet with the Director as defined by the Director. Provide individual assessment and counseling services to sexual assault survivors and/or their family members. Facilitate support groups and psycho-educational groups for sexual assault survivors and/ or their family members. Maintain State Department of Regulation and Licensing Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, ongoing education and training requirements and performance requirements as a regulated licensed professional. Actively seek to maintain the accomplishment of work plan objectives and program compliance within grants. This includes individual counseling, group facilitation, facilitating educational groups and talks at agencies within the community. Coordinate and collaborate among agencies within community to obtain referrals or refer as needed. Collaboration with ASTOP staff regarding family counseling, case management and advocacy services to provide client and family the greatest quality of care Report child or elder abuse as required by law. Participate in goal setting and long term and short term service program planning that are congruent with the strategic plan. Participate in and assist with grant proposal development and fundraising. Participate in continuing education opportunities that promote personal and professional growth. Perform all other duties as deemed necessary by the Director. 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: An understanding of the complexity of issues faced by victims of sexual assault. Evidence of sensitivity to cultural, economic, social diversity, mental health, substance abuse, and disabilities. Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently. Master’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work or related field. Participate in clinical consultation as mandated by State. 

Required experience: clinical: 1 year.  Required license or certification: LPC or LSW.  

**Please include a cover letter.**  Send resume and cover letter to the attention of Nicole Shea at  astop@astop.org.

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Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI: Mental Health Specialist 

Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI is currently seeking Mental Health Specialists to join our team.  Mental Health Specialist work with individuals in crisis with chronic mental health and/or substance abuse issues in 8-bed community based residential facilities for men and women.  There are currently a variety of positions open, full-time and part-time, 2nd or 3rd shift primarily.  Opportunities at 30 hours per week or more are benefit eligible.

Mental Health Specialists, under supervision, perform work involving the recovery, support and advocacy for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: •De-escalates crisis situations using non-restrictive techniques •Provides support to individuals, advocates and assesses problems and establishes a recovery focused environment within the individual’s home, group living or community. •Establishes and maintains confidential files and records and may be responsible for tracking and reporting on various statistics and demographics. •Identifies emergencies and responds appropriately •Works as part of a community treatment team, including internal and external stakeholders •May facilitate supports groups with an emphasis on recovery and strength based techniques • Transports and escort clients to meetings, services, appointments and other activities •Attends staff meetings and participates in training activities as required •Participates in community advocacy for individuals with mental illness •Assists with medication administration to ensure compliance with prescribed dosages and timeframes.  

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: A High School Diploma or GED Equivalency is required for the position. Related experience or credits toward a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in social work, human services, psychology or similar major is required. One year of work experience in crisis or mental health preferred.  

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Must have a valid Driver’s License and car – Motor vehicle check (MVR) with a satisfactory driving record required. TRAVEL:  Ability to travel on day trips (mostly locally) as required up to 25-50%, depending on specific role.   

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 at www.lsswis.org/LSS/Careers.htm to join our team.  EOE/M/W/VET/DISABILITY.  Application deadline - open until filled.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Director of Finance 

As a member of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley’s Senior Leadership Team, manages all financial functions including: the annual budget; accounting and auditing; financial operations including forecasting, strategic planning, analysis and reporting; grant administration; and banking relations.  Works directly with the CEO, Senior Team peers, and Boards of Directors, to establish financial strategic direction and subsequently monitor and maintain its progress.  

Key Responsibilities: Leadership: • Establishes and implements policies and procedures for all financial functions, ensuring appropriate controls and compliance with generally accepted accounting practices and Boys & Girls Clubs organizational requirements both local and national. • Creates and maintains a performance-based culture in the Finance Department of accountability, transparency, collaboration and customer service.  Strategic Planning: • Develops an annual income and expense in collaboration with the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors that demonstrates high levels of accuracy, completeness, and utility. • Reports on organizational financial results and recommendations for necessary actions to maintain and improve the fiscal health of the Club. • Collaborates with Club leadership and supervisors to maintain, analyze, and interpret general ledger for all funds. • Manages the preparation and analysis of financial reports on a monthly and as needed basis. • Identifies and evaluates opportunities for improved financial operations, recordkeeping and reporting.  Daily Operations: • Participates in the development of comprehensive, accurate and timely financial reports including but not limited to: monthly cash flow analyses, budget to actual variance analyses, financial trend analyses and recommended fiscal controls. Ensures compliance with all legal and accounting guidelines governing financial accounting and reporting. • Responsible for fiscal functions including but not limited to: annual audits, tax returns, monthly management reports and year-end financial statements, ensuring timely and accurate completion and adherence to approved budget levels. Develops, implements and enforces policies, procedures and systems to improve the overall finance and accounting operation. Ensures the confidentiality of all information pertaining to BGCFV operations. • As staff liaison, communicates, plan meetings and prepares paperwork for monthly Finance Committee meetings; biannual Board meetings and as needed.  Resource Development: • Prepares the annual request for United Way funds • Preparation of grant budgets and related financial progress reports • Manages all assets and investments of the Boys & Girls Club, including real property, equities, bonds and other assets. 

Additional Responsibilities: • Maintains payroll records. • Trains staff in proper procedures regarding cash receipts, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and budgeting as needed or requested. • Attend meetings of the Board of Directors, Finance Committee, and Personnel Committee in an advisory role, as requested.  •  Assist Unit/Program Directors/Managers in budget preparation and management, as requested.  

Education and Experience: • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance, or business administration. • A minimum of three years of progressively responsible work experience managing the accounting functions in a non-profit agency, or equivalent experience. • Thorough knowledge of budgeting and accounting practices, processes and procedures of non-profit organizations. • Good communication skills, both verbal and written. • Strong organization and analytical skills. • Ability to interact professionally with Club staff, Board members, volunteers, and other related agencies. 

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org 

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: 2) Full Time AmeriCorps Program Assistant Positions 

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

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 •  Background in public speaking  

Primary Function: The AmeriCorps Program Assistants will conduct crisis intervention and response, street outreach, hotline response, educational programming, referral, small group work, tutoring, and additional support activities to youth in the community.  

Term: These positions are funded through the AmeriCorps National Community Service program. The term of service is one-year commitment and runs from September 2017 through August 2018. • Full-Time - 1,700 hours per year averaging 32 to 35 hours per week. Full time receive living allowance of $12,630 and education award of $5815.00 after completion of term. • Part-Time - 900 hours per year, averages 12 to 17 hours per week. Part time receive living allowance of $6,686.00 and education award of $2907.00 after completion of term.  Daytime, evening, and/or some weekend hours required.  

Health and Childcare Benefits: Health insurance is available for full time members provided they are not covered under another policy. Family members are not eligible for coverage. WAHRS will provide a policy that meets MEC requirements of the Affordable Care Act. Childcare benefits are also available for full time members who meet income requirements.  

Preferred Education and Experience: Successful candidates will demonstrate outstanding communication skills, knowledge of youth issues, and have previous experience working with high-risk youth. A background in social work and or other Human Services fields preferred.  

Please submit cover letter and resume to: Tim Bohrer tbohrer@bgclubfoxvalley.org.  Or mail to 160 South Badger Avenue, Appleton, WI 54914   

*AmeriCorps Service offers by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley are contingent upon passing a criminal background check, identity verification and a drug screen.  

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applications receive consideration for employment without discrimination because of age, sex, religion, marital status, race, color, creed, national origin or disability. To view our Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action and other related policies, please visit our Policies page.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Runaway and Homeless Youth Services Assistant 

Responsible for data entry of the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).  Enters demographic data into a federal database to better understand homeless youth population in the community and state of Wisconsin as a requirement of State grant.  Provides support to ensure programs meet outcomes and objectives to better serve area youth.   Responds to Runaway and Homeless youth who need crisis intervention by addressing their immediate concerns and providing additional supportive services.  Provides follow up service as needed.  Establishes and maintains productive relationships with schools, law enforcement, and a wide network of community-based human service organizations, county human services and other interested and connected services that ensure the program operates at an exemplary level and retains and grows the resources needed to support itself. 

Essential Functions: •  Accurately input client level data in database • Maintains active caseload of clients who seek services through our program • Answers crisis calls from youth and community members as needed • Meets with school staff to assess youth needs • Follows up with youth who seek supportive services • Establishes and maintains strong collaborative relationships with other service providers and community agencies • Participates in Runaway and Homeless Youth education in the community. • Participates in outreach community activities that support at risk youth •  Attends trainings and meetings as required • Participate in agency wide and team meetings to keep informed of program and agency.  

Qualifications:  • Bachelor’s Degree or currently working towards a degree in Counseling, Social Work, Non-profit management, Education, Human Services or related fields preferred • Experience working with and providing support services to at-risk youth and young adults, teaching and instructing, • Experience in case management • Experience with data entry, grant reporting and strong computer skills • The ability and passion to work with at risk youth.  •  Ability to maintain professional boundaries and build trust and respect • Ability to maintain confidentiality • Knowledgeable about youth development, crisis intervention, trauma and conflict resolution. •  Ability to work with diverse populations. • 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 communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing. 

Working Conditions and Hours: Daily Activities may include time spent in the office, entering data, traveling, in schools, "on the street” and at other community agencies. Activities requiring physical exertion will be minimal and will mostly involve foot travel. Runaway and Homeless Youth Services Assistant is a part-time position and will average around (15-20) hours per week Monday through Friday. Weekly schedule is flexible.  

Disclaimer: The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, or to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.  

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to age, ancestry, color, gender, gender identity, or expression, race, religion, sexual orientation or disability.   

If interested submit cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org 

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Unit Director-Elementary School 

Directs/manages overall daily operations of the school site with the primary concern for programs and service delivery, supervision and training of staff, facilities management, community relations and membership administration. Key areas of responsibility are ensuring positive member impact, club operations and regard for Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley (BGCFV) by managing outstanding program and service delivery; positive club climate; supervision and training of staff; member development; community relations and outreach; and facilities management, including safety and security. 

Key Responsibilities (not all-inclusive): • Oversee the implementation and delivery of operations, programs, services and activities that facilitate achievement of Youth Development Outcomes. • Provide leadership, guidance and discipline to Club members and serve as the main liaison with Club families. • Provide program staff with resources and day-to-day supervisory support necessary for them to effectively implement learning programs • Ensures programs and activities within the school have a clear vision and have widely understood short-term and long-term plans. Written goals and objectives are established through a collaborative process and support the overall mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs. • Ensure a healthy and safe environment, ensuring facilities, equipment and supplies are maintained.  • Foster positive public relations to increase the visibility of programs, services and activities within the Club and the community. Participate in community events and groups. • Maintain open communications with Club staff to discuss issues, share information and interpret and explain organizational mission and values, priority outcomes, and program objectives and standards. 

Qualifications: Education and Experience:  • 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 planning and supervising activities based on the developmental needs of young people, or equivalent experience. • Considerable knowledge of youth development principles, behavior management, guidance, outcomes evaluation, collaboration, and program management.  

Other Qualifications: • Demonstrated ability in personnel supervision, facilities management, and the recruitment and retention of key personnel. •  Ability to deal effectively with members, including discipline problems. • Demonstrated ability to direct multiple program operations, the recruitment and retention of key personnel; facilities management and budget management. •  Ability to organize and coordinate multiple demanding tasks and responsibilities. • Substantial oral and written communication skills. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a large number of organizations and individuals.

If interested submit cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org 

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: The Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics and complies with applicable federal, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

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Homeless Connections: House Supervisor 

Homeless Connections, a 36 year non-profit agency, is ending homelessness by connecting individuals and families to resources that promote self-sufficiency and prevent future homeless episodes.  The House Supervisor works as part of a team to provide services to women, men and families who are experiencing homelessness in the shelter program.  Positions available are:  PART TIME -overnight, up to 28 hours per week.  PART TIME - first and second shift, primarily weekends.

The House Supervisor has many responsibilities, some outlined here: - Ensure the safety and security of the building and clients   - Provide crisis intervention and resource information to clients   - Conduct face to face check-ins with clients and client intakes - Reinforce community living guidelines with clients   - 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 clients  - Conduct house meetings with shelter clients  - Hand out prescription and over-the counter medications to clients - Distribute personal care items to clients - Stock donations and maintain building inventory - Maintain professional boundaries with clients - Maintain agency and client confidentiality, including former clients - Attend staff meetings and pre-approved trainings - The overnight house supervisor is responsible for all kitchen operations, meal planning and inventory for roughly 50 people served daily.   

The part time overnight house supervisor compensation starts at $13.40/hour and non-overnight is $11.90/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

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