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Weight of the Fox Valley (WOTFV): Community Engagement Specialist 

Weight of the Fox Valley (WOTFV) is a tri-county community initiative with a shared vision of working together to achieve and maintain a healthy weight at every age. Poor diets and inactivity affect personal health, leading to overweight and obesity and contributing to heart disease, cancer, diabetes, orthopedic problems, mental health challenges and more. WOTFV aims to change the policies, systems, and environments that contribute to these unhealthy conditions to create a community where healthy living is the norm. WOTFV collaborates with numerous partners using Collective Impact principles. United Way Fox Cities and Oshkosh Area United Way together form the backbone organization of the initiative.
The Community Engagement Specialist will be responsible for recruiting volunteers and partners to support and participate in the WOTFV. The service member will also serve out in the community to provide education and help to raise awareness of WOTFV and healthy living opportunities aimed at prevention of obesity and chronic disease.

Duties & Responsibilities:
 Recruit and support volunteers necessary for the success of program strategies.
 Facilitate special projects related to focus areas that increase engagement by partners and volunteers. Focus areas include Active Communities, Food Systems, Early Care & Education, Schools, Worksite, and Healthcare.
 Target segments of the community with particular challenges.
 Enhance communication among staff, volunteers, and partners towards the fulfillment of WOTFV objectives. Engage in social media, enhance program website, prepare bulk e-mails through Constant Contact, and write and/or edit copy (brochures, newsletters, blogs, etc).
 Maintain partner and volunteer lists.
 Plan events such as community breakfast meetings.
 Organize and manage materials (files, lists, storage items, etc.)
 Support Action Teams, including preparing meeting agendas, participating in meetings, taking minutes.
 Assist with program planning, implementation, and evaluation
 Analyze and summarize data (e.g. Youth Risk Behavior Survey)
 Complete 1700 hours of service between 9/1/2017 and 8/31/2018 (average 36 hours per week).
 Attend mandatory training in Stevens Point 9/6 – 9/8, 2017.

Training:   The AmeriCorps Member will receive a thorough orientation to the Fox Valley region, the United Ways, and the Weight of the Fox Valley Program. This training will be led by the WOTFV Program Manager, with additional support from the Core Team and Leadership Team. Initial and ongoing training will cover the United Way’s policies and procedures and the member’s service assignment, while providing additional opportunities for professional development. Upon completion of the initial orientation from HealthCorps, the member will spend the first few days with the Program Manager for overall orientation to the region, United Way organization, and the WOTFV Initiative. In addition, the member will meet with WOTFV Core Team members and other partners to gain their perspective and learn what’s important to them, their organizations, and the communities they serve. The member will meet with leaders from the United Way Fox Cities and the Oshkosh Area United Way to learn how they function, their priorities in the community, and how WOTFV aligns with these organizations. The member will also serve side-by-side with the Program Manager and Program Assistant throughout the service year for continuing development.  

 Ability to communicate and work effectively and with a high level of professionalism with community members and leaders from non-profit, government, healthcare, education, and business sectors.
 Ability to develop and maintain positive work relationships with staff, volunteers and WOTFV partners, including individuals from many diverse cultures and backgrounds.
 Self- motivated, goal oriented, and organized – ability to get the job done. Able to work in unstructured environment and adapt easily to change. Takes initiative to complete assigned work.
 Meets deadlines and completes tasks with a high degree of accuracy and dependability. Detail oriented.
 Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), Google tools, Social Media platforms

Education and/or Experience: The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s Degree in a health, wellness, or communications-related field with general knowledge of health principles related to healthy lifestyles and/or chronic disease. Experience working with community health initiatives and/or healthy living coalitions is desirable, but not required.

 Living allowance of up to $13,000
 Health Insurance (if eligible)
 Dental Insurance (if eligible)
 Vision Insurance (if eligible)
 Child Care Benefits (if eligible)
 Education Award of $5,815 upon completion of 1700 hours and required activities
 Loan forbearance and interest repayment on qualified student loans
 Year-long immersion experience in community health

Application:   Please send a cover letter and resume by Wednesday, May 31st, to Sarah Wright, Program Manager at

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United Way Fox Cities: Resource Development Officer 

United Way Fox Cities is seeking a Resource Development Officer to build strong support for our annual campaign by engaging individuals in the workforce of major corporations, large, medium and small local businesses as well as non-traditional work places. We need to qualify businesses and bring new ones into our fold via networking, business development and relationship building. We are looking for a closer. 

The ideal candidate is personable, well-organized, has strong written and oral communication skills and enjoys a fast-paced, people-focused environment.  You must be able to build relationships, believe in and promote United Way.  

Education:  Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience.  

Experience:  A minimum of three years’ experience in fund raising, sales, marketing, public relations, and/or management.  Knowledge:  General knowledge of fund raising, sales, training, and/or public relations, or fund raising computer software programs.  

Skills:  Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional and resourceful ability to work independently and as a team player; demonstrated ability to work well with volunteers and donors; ability to plan and organize projects with attention to detail; strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office experience. 

Please address any questions or submit a resume and cover letter to apply for the position to  Application deadline is Monday, May 26th, 2017.

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United Way Fox Cities: Workforce Engagement Officer 

United Way Fox Cities is seeking to hire a Workforce Engagement Officer, who will focus on increasing labor support of the United Way campaign and cultivating partnerships to promote workforce development and community service programming. This position will be responsible for growing and sustaining labor relationships that enhance the connection to United Way Fox Cities.  

The Workforce Engagement Officer supports the partnership between United Way Fox Cities and the Fox Valley Area Labor Council.  He/she will work toward the mutual goals of both organizations by:

  • Bridging the United Way and labor communities;
  • Fostering strong relationships with labor unions to ensure successful United Way campaigns and advancement of mutual organizational impact goals;
  • Identifying opportunities for United Way and labor to collaborate on jointly developed programs that benefit local communities;
  • Building strategic partnerships with community allies and implementing jointly developed programs around the issues of health, education and financial stability. 

The Workforce Engagement Officer is an employee of United Way subject to United Way’s employment and workplace policies. This is a  Full-Time, Salaried Position.

Job Specifications: Education:  Bachelor’s Degree preferred but not required with equivalent Union or community involvement based experience.  

Experience: Knowledge of organized labor, strong interpersonal skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills. Fund raising, sales, marketing, public relations, and/or management experience beneficial.  

Skills: Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; effective verbal and written communication skills; demonstrated ability to work with volunteers; ability to plan, organize and implement projects with attention to detail; ability to evaluate and measure progress; ability to utilize computer programs primarily Microsoft Office including Excel.  

Work Environment: Work is primarily performed in an office environment.  Most work is conducted seated at a desk; regular use of a computer and peripherals will take place.  The standard work week is 37.5 hours; generally 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM with an hour for lunch.  There will be times when job responsibilities will require longer hours and/or work outside the normal workday and times.  Occasional overnight travel may be required.  Local travel will be done using the employee’s vehicle; travel expenses will be reimbursed.  The ability to drive oneself to employee presentations and agency tours along with the ability to perform heavy lifting is required.  United Way is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion in the workplace.  

Please provide a cover letter of interest and current resume by May 26, 2017 to both:  Suzanne Brault Pagel at and Mark Westphal at  Job Description available upon request.

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First Congregational United Church of Christ - Appleton: Nursery/Toddler Care Provider 

Do you like rocking babies to sleep or playing peekaboo with toddlers? We have the job for you! Our nursery/toddler room is looking for a loving, competent, spirit-led staff presence to care for our youngest members every Sunday. Qualified candidates must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma (or equivalency) and education in and/or experience caring for infants and toddlers.  

This person will be expected to work every Sunday (including holiday weekends, Easter and all Christmas Eve services) and additional times as needed. Program year (September through May) hours are 8:00 AM–12:00 PM; summer hours are 9:00–11:00 AM. Salary is very competitive. 

If interested, please submit a cover letter and resume with at least three non-related references to Joel Morien at

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First Congregational United Church of Christ - Appleton: Director for Christian Education 

The Director for Christian Education provides leadership for our Children's Ministry and Adult Education program. The Children's Ministry is considered this person’s primary responsibility. This position directs and coordinates the instruction of children in activities designed to promote spiritual, social, physical, and intellectual growth for infants, toddlers, and children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Additionally, in collaboration with the Pastoral Team, this position oversees the development, organization, and communication of our Adult Education program. 

Director for Christian Education Reports to: Pastor for Youth and Family Ministry Prepared by: Human Resources Committee Effective Start Date: Immediately.  Hours: Full-time position (40 hours per week).  Paid Per Hour.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include, but are not limited to, the following:    Children's Ministry:  • Ensure that relationships are built between the children’s ministry volunteers, the children, and their families, and ensure that all are growing in their faith through these relationships. • Implement the Children’s Ministry Architects model developed by First Congregational UCC in all aspects of this ministry. • Assume a coaching and resourcing role to the entire program. Directly lead tween (fourth through sixth grade) ministry and Wednesday evening Church Mice program. • Serve as a key voice and advocate for children’s ministry in an interdisciplinary, collegial environment. Attend staff meetings. • Develop and implement curriculum in conjunction with key lay leaders and the Pastor for Youth and Spiritual Outreach. • Oversee and maintain the Church School Resource Center, computer lab and other rooms in the Children, Youth and Families wing. • Maintain records for registration, attendance, and offerings in accordance with the SafeConduct™ policy. • Work with staff to ensure and facilitate regular communication with the congregation regarding the Children’s Ministry. • Direct two special children’s programs (Christmas Eve “Do-it-Yourself Nativity” and Christmas Pageant). Direct a one-week-long summer experience for children (ex: vacation bible school or a week at one of the UCCI camps). • Ensure appropriate paid and/or volunteer childcare coverage is present for church events including First Congregational’s PrayGround.   Adult Education: • Act in consultation with the pastors and Adult Education Team to establish and communicate a yearly focus. • Meet with lay adult education facilitators as a team, twice per year to build team unity, orient content around strategic mission statement, and comprehensively assess overall program. Teach annually within the program as time allows. • Serve as a resource to lay adult education facilitators, offer training, and coordinate their work with the larger programmatic mission, calendars, and communication of church. • Observe all adult education offerings a minimum of one time per year. • Maintain adult education budget. • Serve as staff liaison to Church Library Committee.

Supervisory Responsibilities: • Directly supervise infant and toddler childcare workers. • Supervise the housekeeping staff for the Children, Youth and Families wing and ministry area in conjunction with the Head Custodian. • Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include recruiting, interviewing and training volunteer teachers; planning, assigning, and directing work; evaluating performance; rewarding and disciplining volunteers; addressing complaints; and resolving problems.  

Qualifications: • Ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s (or higher) degree in education or other related field, 3 years of related experience, or some combination of the above. • Christian Educator Certification preferred. • Experience at a programmatic or corporate-sized church or institution preferred. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office; comfortable in using audiovisual equipment. •  An arts background (e.g., music, art, theater) desirable. • A faith supportive of the values of the United Church of Christ. •  Valid driver license; background check required.   Physical Functions: •  Able to use staircases, walk, sit, bend, and lift. Ability to lift 20 pounds.   

Application: • Please submit a cover letter and résumé, with at least 3 references not related to the applicant, to

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Custodian

Primary Function: Cleans and maintains company facilities, including washrooms, meeting rooms and offices.  Responsible for ensuring carpet, flooring, furniture, walls, toilets, etc are properly cleaned and sanitized for the health and safety of the workplace.  Full-time Custodian with beneifts. 

Essential Job Functions: • Works as part of a team to carry out cleaning tasks to ensure standards are maintained • Follows cleaning routine and schedule as set by supervisor including sweeping, mopping, dusting, vacuuming, window washing, mirrors, etc. • Strip, clean, buff and apply floor sealer and floor finish to hard surface floors, vacuum and clean carpets. • Regularly empties trash and recycling • Replenishes supplies in washrooms, such as hand soap, paper towels and toilet paper • Assist with the setup of facilities for meetings, classrooms, conferences or events • Ensures any repairs noticed during cleaning duties are reported to supervisor in a timely manner • Ensures cleaning tasks assigned by supervisor are carried out in a timely fashion • Utilizes proper training to clean up potentially hazardous materials or contact the appropriate authorities to handle such incidents • Identifies appropriate cleaning materials and products to sanitize area, disinfect and deodorize according to company standards • Organizes cleaning items, disinfectants and other materials kept in storage, as well as cleaning equipment • Maintains accurate logs and records of areas that have been cleaned and schedule of regular cleaning • Uses proper signage to indicate wet flooring or other potentially hazardous situations • Ensures exterior building is safe and clear of debris.

Qualifications: • Custodial experience required • Working knowledge of proper use for custodial equipment and cleaning procedures and products •  Ability to read and understand labels and instructions, particularly on the use and application of cleaning chemicals and product •  Ability to work under little supervision.  

Physical Requirements: •  Ability to walk or stand for the majority of each shift • Ability to lift up to 65 pounds • Ability to bend and twist • Will be exposed to outside weather conditions.

If interested submit cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at 

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First United Presbyterian Church-De Pere: Office Secretary 

This position supports the work of Pastor, Staff, Clerk, and Elders and to communicate important church-related information with members and the public.  

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Respond to visitors and inquiries in a friendly and professional manner, • Prepare and distribute correspondence on behalf of the Pastor and other staff. •  Working with the Pastor, prepare bulletins and other materials for worship service. • Maintain records and prepare reports, documents, and/or records. • Maintain an up-to-date master calendar. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: •  A desire to serve within a church office and religious environment. • 2 years of secretarial or related experience. • Strong computer skills (MS Office, church database software). • Proficient in the use of standard office tools/equipment. • Strong organizational and communication skills. • Able to maintain confidentiality.  

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • Move freely in and out of various settings. • Work with office equipment.

HOURS: • Monday-Thursday.  20 to 24 hours per week.  To apply, please send your resume to Lora Warner at  Application deadline is June 15, 2017.

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Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI: Unlicensed Therapist 

Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a Therapist for 32 hours/week.  The therapist will provide counseling/therapy services for older adults and older adults with substance abuse issues.  Travel is required between Appleton and Oshkosh. 

The Unlicensed Therapist performs clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for mental health, substance use, or co-occurring disorders.  The Unlicensed Therapist works closely with the client to develop an appropriate treatment plan designed to move the client toward the desired change.  The Unlicensed Therapist works collaboratively with a peer supervision team, with oversight from the Clinical Supervisors, to monitor the course of treatment.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, or related program is required.  • Practicum experience, through your degree program, related to services LSS provides is required. • Eligibility for training license required. • Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, or Licensed Clinical Social Worker Preferred. • Requires a SAC or SAC-IT. 

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: • Must have or be eligible to receive state licensure “in training” as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Professional Counselor as applicable. • Must have a valid Driver’s License and car – Motor vehicle check (MVR) with a satisfactory driving record required. 

Please contact Bridgette at  to apply.

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Habitat for Humanity - ReStore: Donations Coordinator 

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. 

Summary:  The Donations Coordinator ensures every caller receives prompt, professional, courteous service and a solution. Work with the Gifts-In-Kind Program Manager to accurately screen and efficiently schedule donation collections, retain accurate donation records, and provide administrative support for the donor solicitation and recognition programs.

Please contact Amy Ristow to apply. Send resume to

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Best Friends of Neenah Menasha: Executive Director 

Are you looking for a job where you can make a difference in a child's life while making a positive impact in our community? 

The Executive Director is the chief executive officer of Best Friends of Neenah-Menasha.  His or her role is to oversee the daily operations and implement the strategic goals and objectives of the organization (Ends).  The Executive Director will determine the means to accomplish these goals and objectives within the boundaries established in board policies in Executive Limitations. 

Essential Duties:  1. Financial Management: Ensure the organization’s financial position is fiscally sound and has the necessary resources to fulfill its mission. 35%.  2. Building Relationships: Mentor and coach those around you to make a significant contribution to Best Friends of Neenah-Menasha (volunteer, workforce, or financial contributions). 35%  3. Mission and Direction: Build and maintain an organizational culture that is mission driven. 20%  4. Legal and Ethical: Take reasonable measures to prevent any practice, activity, decision, or organizational condition which is unlawful, unethical, unsafe or in violation of board policy. 10%

Please send cover letter and resume to Dawn Sonnenberg at Application deadline is June 5, 2017.

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Lawrence University: Assistant Director of Parent & Conservatory Giving 

This position is responsible for building and expanding parent outreach with focused efforts to increase revenue and resources from this key constituency group.  The position is accountable for the project management of a comprehensive, philanthropic parent program that leverages parents’ time, talents, and financial resources for the institution.  The position will conduct an ongoing program of cultivation, solicitations, and stewardship of major and planned gifts, as well as volunteer management of a Parent Leadership Council. This position will also be responsible for project management of Conservatory and Academy of Music fundraising initiatives. 

DUTIES: Manage a portfolio of Conservatory, Academy of Music and parent prospects, giving highest priority to establishing and maintaining donor relationships through personal meetings.  Develop innovative and entrepreneurial strategies for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding new prospects as well as existing donors. In conjunction with the prospect researcher, identify new prospects through personal meetings, events, parent and Conservatory programs and other activities.  Provide volunteer and project management leadership, including identification, recruitment, communication and support for the Parent Leadership Council in collaboration with the National Co-Chairs. Plan and organize Council meetings/events with the goal of engaging and raising money from current and former parents.  Work in conjunction with the Admissions Office to connect with parents at Admitted Students Days, Send-Off Picnics and other opportunities.  In conjunction with the Dean of the Conservatory, provide fundraising and volunteer and project management assistance, including identification, recruitment, communication and support for the Conservatory of Music with the goal of engaging and raising money from alumni and friends of the Conservatory.  In conjunction with the Director of the Academy of Music, provide fundraising and volunteer and project management assistance, including identification, recruitment, communication and support for the Academy with the goal of engaging and raising money from parents, alumni and friends of the Academy of Music.  Support the president, vice president, trustees and other key volunteers in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospects and donors through briefings, strategy development and regional donor-focused events.  As appropriate, this position may be assigned to staff fundraising projects and initiatives outside of the scope where parents or Conservatory alumni are a significant identified audience.  

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:  The Assistant Director of Parent and Conservatory Giving will work most closely and collaboratively with the Director of Major and Planned Giving and Conservatory/Academy of Music staff as well as the offices of Annual Giving, Alumni and Constituency Engagement, and Admissions. Additionally, the position strategically interacts with a wide range of individuals, including members of the Communications Office, the President, faculty, other administrative staff, alumni, trustees, donors, parents, students and friends of the college. 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:  Two years of fundraising or transferable experience, preferably within a liberal arts college. Transferable experience includes: student life, marketing, client services, admissions, public relations, alumni relations, trust officer or sales experience.  Bachelor’s degree; knowledge and understanding of issues in higher education and their application in a liberal arts college setting.  Previous volunteer and/or project management skills.  Excellent organizational skills and exceptional attention to detail, including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.  Demonstrated ability to work independently.  Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.  Creativity, flexibility, originality, sense of humor and an entrepreneurial spirit.  Must have successful completion of criminal record, driving record and reference checks.  Must possess a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and complete campus safe driving training session before driving any university owned or rented vehicles.  

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:  This position requires travel and some evening and weekend hours.  Approximately forty to fifty percent of the time is devoted towards making in-person calls on donors and prospective donors nationally and locally.  

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Cassie Curry at  Application deadline is June 5, 2017.

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Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region: Vice President of Gift Planning

Vice President (or Director) of Gift Planning (Title will be based on experience.)

This position will lead the Community Foundation’s donor development efforts. Primary responsibilities include oversight of a comprehensive program to identify, cultivate and steward new and existing donors by facilitating outright and planned gifts that fulfill donors’ charitable goals while strengthening the quality of life in the Fox Valley region.

See the complete job description at

Please send a cover letter, resume and three references by June 1, 2017, to Terri Towle, VP of Finance and Administration,

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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

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ASTOP, Inc: Community/Prevention Educator 

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 position is a full time salaried position of 40 hours per week including some evening hours as needed. Accountable to ASTOP Executive Director and Board of Directors. 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: The Community/Prevention Educator is responsible for developing and implementing community prevention and education programs focusing on a variety of systems including: educational, medical and health care, legal, human services, etc. Within the programs, policies, procedures and budget, the Community Education/Prevention Specialist is responsible for and has the authority to perform the community prevention and educational duties described below. Committed to the philosophy and vision of the agency. Conduct effective presentations that increase sexual violence awareness and knowledge of issues among participants. Maintain and enhance ongoing relationships with area systems in terms of prevention education using the Protective Behaviors program; proactively seek new relationships and increase community awareness of ASTOP’s programs and services. Develop and/or adapt training curricula that address the needs of area communities and systems. Develop materials for participant feedback about presentations, administer and collect these materials, and utilize feedback to improve presentations. Draft and finalize grant application materials as requested; prepare and submit grant updates as needed. Provide editorial assistance for documents prepared by staff. Assist with volunteer training. Participate in continuing education opportunities, which promote personal and professional growth. Participate in networking with community schools, organizations, agencies, hospitals, etc. Be involved with the crisis line and medical/client advocacy as needed. Assist with fund raising efforts. Maintain acceptable agency standards of practice. Uphold the standards and methodology of the prevention education program of Protective Behaviors including the Agency environment and all aspects there in. Attend staff meetings or meet with the Director, as defined by the Director. Maintain ASTOP’s Facebook page as the primary administrator. Perform other job duties as needed.  

QUALIFICATIONS: Educational: Bachelor’s degree in human services-related field or equivalent. Experience: Thorough knowledge, awareness and understanding of the issues of sexual violence OR willingness to become familiar with same. Experience/skill in public speaking, presentation and training. PC skills to include word processing, moderate graphics capability, familiarity with internet communication and the ability to use other media as needed. Thorough understanding of the concept of confidentiality and ability to problem solve for clients while maintaining confidentiality.  

Personal: Strong commitment to the philosophy and vision of the agency. Excellent verbal communication and organizational skills. Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to relate well to all kinds of people, build rapport, listen, and build constructive and effective relationships through diplomacy, tact and the ability to diffuse high tension situations comfortably. Ability to maintain an atmosphere of trust, fairness and respect and be mutually supportive with clients, volunteers, co-workers and the public.

**A cover letter is required when applying for this position.** Send resume and cover letter to the attention of Nicole Shea at

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Rawhide Boy's Ranch: Outpatient Therapist (Full-Time or Part-Time, Green Bay Clinic) 

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 Green Bay offices, but may also provide services at our New London 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 please send cover letter and resume to  Application deadline is June 4, 2017.

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Rawhide Boy's Ranch: Outpatient Therapist (Full-Time or Part Time, Appleton/New London Clinic)

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 OutpatientTherapist 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 please send cover letter and resume to  Application deadline is June 10, 2017.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region: Development Coordinator 

We are seeking a Development Coordinator to fill a time limited, part-time position with flexible hours based on the needs of both parties. The primary responsibility is to provide support for the Development team including researching donors and prospects, develop and execute new donor cultivation strategies; and collaborate with the team for current event planning to increase Big Brothers Big Sisters’ brand awareness.  An ideal candidate will bring a passion for our mission and an interest in gaining experience in the fields of development and fundraising. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSBILITIES: Development - • Research lapsed donors in current database and files to identify donors to reconnect with. • Research potential new community partnerships with local organizations. • Conduct database maintenance and assist with conversion. • Develop and implement creative donor appreciation and cultivation strategies • Create a plan for best practices for future events. Events - • Assist and identify opportunities to enhance current fund raising events. • Collaborate with program staff to develop match activity events. • Collaborate with Executive Director on the 50th year celebration activities and planning. • Research and document relevant area expos/events/ fairs and make recommendations for participation • Work with the Development Director to implement a standard operating procedure for all post-event follow up including thank you notes, and post-event evaluation. General - • Other duties as assigned. 

EDUCATION: • Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent combination of experiences and education.

EXPERIENCE: • 1 – 2 years of experience in related responsibilities • Database management, strong computer skills • Proficient in online research • Event planning, coordination and execution experience in planning events.  

SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE: • Excellent organizational, written/oral communication skills and detail orientedrequired. • Familiar with donor database such as Kintera/Blackbaud • Experience with Microsoft Office • Ability to work independently and as a self-starter with a high level offlexibility. • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines. • Ability to identify, develop and utilize available community services and resources tobenefit staff and agency. • Ability to effectively collaborate with other staff in a team-orientedenvironment • Ability to relate well in multi-culturalenvironments. • Ability to multi task and manage several projects at once OTHER • Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to travel within the community throughout the workday with full time access to an automobile and automobile insurance in theamount required by the state of Wisconsin. • Must complete BBBSA online cultural competency training within 60 days of hire.

 To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Rena Winkler at

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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.  PART TIME flexible days, 4-6 shifts per month. 

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 house supervisor compensation starts at $11.90.  Additional compensation paid for all overnight shifts worked at an additional $1.50/hour. 

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

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

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Children's Hospital of WI in Neenah: Outreach Specialist 

The Northeast Regional Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs is hiring! This MCH grant program is held at Children’s Hospital of WI in Neenah, WI.  At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, we believe kids deserve the best.

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in Neenah is the only hospital in the Fox Valley dedicated exclusively to the care of kids. Our pediatric care providers know that little bodies respond differently to illness and treatment. Outstanding care providers, coupled with kindhearted care and explanations kids can understand, makes Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin the best choice for your sick or injured child.

Job #28780 Description: Responsible for the development of community initiatives that address health care disparities, transition, family leadership and medical home within the seventeen counties supported through the CYSHCN grant. Provides information, referral and follow up services to families and providers. For the purpose of capacity building and increasing the awareness of the Northeast Regional Center participates on community boards, workgroups and other CYSHCN initiatives in the community and at CHW that address the needs of underserved populations. Represents the Northeast Regional Center at various outreach events. Leads trainings and presentations for families and community partners.  * Bachelor degree in education, health education, special education, social work, nursing, or other related field required. * Personal and/or professional experience working with or parenting children with special needs preferred. * Strong interpersonal communication abilities, including effective public speaking experience and excellent writing skills. * Self-motivated individual, and simultaneously an enthusiastic and collaborative team member. * Some evening and weekend hours required to support outreach and training activities. * Some regional and statewide travel required. Must have a vehicle and be willing and able to travel throughout Wisconsin as needed. 

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

DIRECTIONS TO APPLY : 1. Select the link to access our careers site.  2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one.  3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.   If you are a current employee of our organization please use the following link instead:

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St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation: Foundation Director for the Mercy Health Foundation

The Mercy Health Foundation, part of Ascension, is seeking a new position – Foundation Director to grow philanthropy efforts in the Oshkosh and surrounding area in support of the mission of Mercy Medical Center and the Affinity Medical Group.  This future focused dynamic leader will work closely with the Regional Director of Philanthropy to set strategy and implement the major and planned giving plan, will engage the board of directors at all levels of donor engagement, will have one direct report and will be part of the regional philanthropy team.  

Click  Here for the link to apply online for this position.  For additional information about this posting, please contact Tonya Dedering,  

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Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley: Youth Development Specialist

Youth Development Specialist Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley – Part-Time positions open in several Fox Valley Boys & Girls Clubs If you are looking for a rewarding, challenging, and inspiring opportunity to make a difference, then the Boys & Girls Clubs may be the place for you! Join an amazing team of caring, supportive people working hard and having fun while giving young people in our communities the opportunities and support they need to reach their full potential.

Primary Function: The Youth Development Program Specialist will be responsible for assisting with planning, implementing, supervising and evaluating activities in a variety of areas, such as academic, computer lab, arts and crafts, physical education, good character and Citizenship, and health and wellness.

Responsibilities: • Ensure programs, services and activities that prepare youth for success, promoting safety of members and quality in program at all times. Provide guidance and role modeling to members. • Responsible for coordinating, promoting, and stimulating participation in programs at the Club. • Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area. • Effectively implement and administer programs, services and activities for drop-in members and visitors. • Prepare periodic activity reports. • Assist with daily activities • Prior to its start, will ensure all equipment needed for programs/activities is gathered and in working order. • Actively engage Club members in programs and activities and encourage participation by all members. • Record participation numbers for all programs/activities facilitated.  

Skills and Knowledge Required: • A High School Diploma or equivalent. • A thorough knowledge of Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley mission, objectives, policies, programs and procedures. • College or teaching experience preferred • Knowledge of youth development • Ability to manage multiple tasks and to develop solutions to problems with limited supervision. •  Ability and desire to work with youth ages 6-18 in a variety of environments, including small group and large group settings • Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems. • Must possess excellent verbal and written skills. •  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all Club personnel, Board of Directors and Club parents. 

If interested submit cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at 

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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Sexual Assault Crisis Center - Fox Cities, Inc: Therapist 

The Sexual Assault Crisis Center – Fox Cities is a federal and state recognized Sexual Assault Service Provider (S.A.S.P). The Center’s mission is to transform lives by providing crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling for individuals and families affected by sexual trauma and exploitation at no cost. We are committed to addressing the diverse needs of our community by providing education and raising awareness to create a safer Fox Valley.  

Position Description: This is a part-time 20 hours/week, temporary position. The start date is May 15, 2017 and anticipated end date is October 6, 2017. Reports to; the Executive Director. Location; Sexual Assault Crisis Center-Fox Cities, Inc. and will require some travel within Outagamie and Calumet Counties.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Completes assessments and determines the needs of clients who have a wide range of mental health issues, develops treatment plans, and provides appropriate treatment for such clients.
  • Provides individual, couple, group and family therapy on behalf of individuals and families experiencing significant trauma symptoms due to past or current sexual assault.
  • Consults with and provides clinical consultation to other professional staff in completing assessments and providing treatment.
  • Provides crisis intervention, assessment and crisis management services for clients experiencing sexual trauma.
  • Confers with other agencies or institutions serving clients to monitor and coordinate services.
  • Maintains appropriate case records containing pertinent, accurate and current information; prepares correspondence, reports and other records as required.
  • Participate in community events and meetings as necessary.
  • Participate in grant writing as it pertains to your specific program.
  • Assist in responding to crisis calls when necessary.  In addition, may be assigned to perform crisis on-call duty.  


Education and/or Experience:  Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Professional Counseling, or a related human services field. Two to three years of clinical experience in a therapeutic setting providing therapy to families and children; or an equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Experience working with trauma or sexual assault victims preferred.  Language Skills:  Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from supervisors, clients, and the general public. Ability to communicate tactfully, clearly, concisely, accurately and to establish a therapeutic relationship with clients.      

Other Skills and Abilities:                                                    

  • Ability to satisfactorily perform the following functions or demonstrate the following skills including: provide individual, couple, group and family therapy; make independent decisions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, co-workers, other agencies and the public;
  • Ability to apply laws of confidentiality appropriately. Demonstrates the ability to interpret, support and uphold the standards, ethics and boundaries of the counseling profession. 
  • Professional enthusiasm to stay current with industry best practices.
  • 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 operate office equipment manually. The employee must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

To apply, please send resume with cover letter and salary history to Amy Flanders at

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