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United Way Fox Cities: Corporate Engagement Coordinator

The Corporate Engagement Coordinator supports the mission of United Way Fox Cities by deepening company relationships to drive impact through volunteer and engagement activities. The position will provide a superior “LIVE UNITED” experience and execute volunteer and engagement activities, inspiring workplace partners to stay active in our mission year-round. The overall aim is for increased participation to enhance workplace campaigns, cultivate awareness, and grow funding for United Way Fox Cities based on the model of Give, Advocate, Volunteer. 

Key Responsibilities/Essential Functions
Major responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Work cross-departmentally, particularly with the Resource Development and Community Development teams to:
    • Execute strategic volunteer/engagement opportunities that ensure impact.
    • Strengthen company relations and become knowledgeable about diverse workplace partners’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) goals. Respond to and fulfill volunteer/engagement requests strategically to assist workplace partners in reaching their CSR goals and to help employees understand, experience, and feel connected to the work of United Way.
  • Plan and execute a variety of volunteer/engagement activities, projects, and programs (e.g. Books for Kids pack, Fox Cities Diaper Bank repack, etc.).

  • Develop, implement, and maintain volunteer/engagement processes, including:
    • Create a calendar to include both short- and long- term opportunities
    • Respond to all inquiries
    • Assist with sign up
    • Enter and manage records
    • Coordinate orientation
    • Follow up with thank you messages
    • Collect feedback (e.g. surveys) from participants
  • Create a branded “LIVE UNITED” experience to deepen employee knowledge about United Way’s work and community issues, utilizing presentations and other methods as appropriate.

  • Research and develop best practices for volunteer/engagement:
    • Recruitment
    • Retention
    • Appreciation
  • Maintain and deepen strong nonprofit agency partnerships to identify and manage up-to-date records about high-quality volunteer/engagement opportunities that fulfill community needs.

  • Track and report outcomes showing the relationship between volunteer/engagement and giving, as well as the impact of volunteer/engagement activities, projects, and programs.

Reports to: Vice President of Resource Development

Schedule: Part-time, 20 hours per week (schedule varies and includes occasional weekends, evenings, and other non-traditional hours)


  • Passion for United Way Fox Cities’ mission
  • High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s Degree and/or volunteer coordinator experience preferred
  • Outgoing, engaging personality; strong interpersonal skills
  • Friendly and courteous with good customer service skills
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills, with the ability to work both independently and cooperatively across departments
  • Ability to self-manage, multi-task, and quickly adapt in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to build strong relationships with diverse internal and external stakeholders
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite: Excel, PowerPoint, Word
  • Comfort with and ability to learn new technology (e.g. CRM software)
  • Ability to work occasional weekends, evenings, and other non-traditional hours
  • Must be willing and able to complete physical tasks required for the execution of volunteer projects, including but not limited to lifting/loading supplies (at minimum 40 pounds), moving furniture in event spaces, and working in a variety of environments/conditions
  • Reliable transportation

Desired Skills and Abilities:

  • Previous volunteer experience, project management, or event and logistics coordination
  • Knowledge of United Way’s work, community’s needs, nonprofits in the Fox Cities, etc.
  • Database software experience
  • Public speaking experience 

Apply: Deadline to apply is Friday, July 27. Send cover letter and résumé to resourcedevelopment@unitedwayfoxcities.orgUnited Way Fox Cities is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion in the workplace. 

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Weight of the Fox Valley/United Way Fox Cities: AmeriCorps Members

Weight of the Fox Valley (WOTFV) is accepting applications for members to serve at our 10 partner host site organizations. Members will educate, create, implement, and promote activities and programs regarding physical activity and healthy eating to Fox Valley youth and adults. While creating a culture and environment that supports health, members will receive professional development, hands-on experience towards internal goals, and make a difference in the Fox Valley community. 

Members will serve for a full calendar year, from 9/1/2018-8/15/2019. During this time, members will serve in either a full-time capacity of 1730 hours (average 34.5 hours/week) or half-time capacity of 930 hours (average 18.5 hours/week).  Members will receive a living allowance during their year of service and an education award to pay off student loans or tuition costs after successful completion! 

As each host site has different needs and programs, each host site has different member position descriptions and duties. For more information about the available positions at our partner host site organizations and application materials, visit our website:

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Fox Valley Warming Shelter, Inc: Client Shelter Advocate (Full-Time) 

Seeking compassionate person to work midnight to 8 a.m. with people who are experiencing homelessness. High school diploma required, experience preferred but not required.  Organizational skills and knowledge of Word and Excel required.  Full time.  Health insurance and vacation offered.

Contact Lauren Moen at  to apply.

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Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley, Inc: Psychotherapist / AODA Counselor

Please see our ad here.

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Child Care Resource & Referral, Inc: YoungStar Technical Consultant 

Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) based in Kimberly, WI is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality and accessibility of early childhood education and care. CCR&R is seeking a full-time YoungStar Technical Consultant to support regulated child care providers in quality improvement efforts and the WI YoungStar quality rating system within 5 counties.

Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Development, Education or related field, Registry Level 14 or above and 5 years working in a child care setting required. Knowledge and experience as an adult educator teaching early childhood classes preferred. Travel required (must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation).

Comprehensive benefits package offered. Please submit a resume with cover letter describing interest, relevant qualifications, salary requirements and at least 3 professional references no later than August 1, 2018, 4:00 pm to: Judith Olson, Executive Director, Child Care Resource & Referral,

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Autism Society of Wisconsin: Education & Outreach Coordinator 

The Autism Society of Wisconsin is a non-profit organization serving individuals and families affected by autism in a 53 county service area. With the goal of improving the lives of all affected by autism, the Autism Society of Wisconsin provides services to individuals affected by autism across the lifespan in 5 core program areas: Support, Education, Advocacy, Information & Referral, and Community Outreach.  

The Autism Society of Wisconsin is searching for a professional with a strong background in program support and event management to work with the Executive Director and Office Manager out of the Menasha office. The Education and Outreach Coordinator position is a part time position. Position workload varies throughout the year based on upcoming events and programs. Salary is based on .75 FTE, approximately 30 hours per week with flexible scheduling. Benefits include paid holidays, sick leave, vacation and 401(k). Occasional evening and weekend hours to support special events and activities are required. The position will report directly to the Executive Director.  

Education & Outreach Coordinator Job Responsibilities:  Responsible for planning, developing and administering a variety of educational and community outreach programs in support of the Autism Society of Wisconsin mission. Educational programming includes the Autism Society of Wisconsin Annual Conference, Fall Conference and other workshops. Responsible for representing the Autism Society of Wisconsin at various outreach events throughout the 53 county service area. Provides support to other Autism Society of Wisconsin programs, events, and fundraisers.

Key Responsibilities:  • Plan delivery of educational and community outreach programming and activities, in collaboration with other staff and committees.  • Oversee conference and event activities including food/beverage, audio/visual, speakers, exposition services, etc.  • Assist with the negotiation and execution of event and speaker contracts. • Assist with soliciting sponsorships, exhibitors, and volunteers for events/programs. • Chair the Autism Society of Wisconsin Conference Committee – initiate, plan and facilitate meetings.  • Assist with the development of conference materials such as registration forms and brochures.  • Process registrations/applications from conference attendees, exhibitors, presenters, etc. • Responsible for being the primary staff at the conference and for year round conference related communication. • Provide high level of customer service to internal and external stakeholders and audiences to build and strengthen program initiatives. • Work with the Executive Director to build and maintain strong, positive relationships with individuals, families and related organizations. • Identify and pursue outreach opportunities to increase awareness/understanding of autism and the Autism Society of Wisconsin. • Assist with the development and administration of community outreach initiatives such as the Essay Contest and Change for Autism campaign. • Respond to community needs and feedback by proposing new ideas, initiatives and partnerships to serve the autism community. • Provide support and assistance in planning, developing, producing, and delivering marketing and communications materials.  • Develop and oversee the communications calendar to ensure timely execution of the program. • Assist with management of social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.  • Collaborate on events with other agencies/local affiliates for fundraising/promotional purposes.  

Desired Skills/Abilities: •  Degree in related field. • Moderate to high proficiency in Microsoft Office Applications (Access, Excel, and Word). • Excellent organizational skills and time management skills are required. • Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines.  • Ability to compile data accurately. • Knowledge and/or prior experience with Autism Spectrum Disorder is desired. • Ability to listen and respond to a variety of constituents with a wide range of knowledge and opinions. • Flexibility, creativity, initiative, and strong problem solving skills. • Excellent written and oral communication skills and customer service skills. • Some regional and statewide travel is required. Must be willing to travel regionally and statewide.  

Please send cover letter and resume by August 7th to: Kirsten Cooper, Executive Director at  OR  Autism Society of Wisconsin, Attn: Kirsten Cooper, 1477 Kenwood Dr.,Menasha, WI 54952

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Villa Hope, Inc: Program Assistant / Caregiver 

Villa Hope, Appleton provides community support and residential services for adults with disabilities.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Job:  Participate in case reviews, consulting with the team caring for the client, to evaluate the client's needs and plan for continuing services.  Plan, shop for, or prepare nutritious meals.  Prepare and maintain records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to manager or supervisor.  Transport clients to locations outside the home, such as to physicians' offices or on outings, using an agency vehicle. Perform healthcare-related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs and medication, under the direction of registered nurse or program manager.

Minimum Requirements of Employer:  High School Diploma/GED Equivalent Required.  Professional Licenses / Certifications:     CBRF Caregiver Training preferred but not required. Villa Hope will provide needed training after hire. Valid Wisconsin Driver's License and good driving record.  Age:  21 or older Required.  Experience / Qualifications:  Experience and training working with adults who have mental health disabilities, developmental disabilities or traumatic brain injuries is preferred.  Background check required.  

Pay: $11.00 Per Hour to $14.00 Per Hour. Overtime pay is time-and-a-half. Pay for holiday shifts worked is double-time. Duration/Usual Hours Per Week: Full-Time, 35 to 45 Hours Per Week.  Shift/Work Days:    12 hour Shift.  Monday-Friday every other weekend. Number of Openings: 3   

Benefits:  Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance. Paid Sick Leave, Vacation, Paid Holidays. Retirement Plan. Paid Training. Paid Meal During Shift Work.       

How To Apply: Mail a Résumé  Villa Hope, Attention: Bill Driscoll, 613 N Division St., Appleton, WI 54911    E-Mail a Résumé :  To apply for this job, send your résumé or Job Center of Wisconsin Résumé to   If you don't have a résumé, you can register and create one at Job Center of Wisconsin.

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc: Early Intervention Service Coordinator 

If you love working with children and their families and enjoy flexibility and variety in your workweek, we have the perfect full time position for you!  The Early Intervention Program of Outagamie and Winnebago Counties (through Valley Packaging Industries) is in search of a Service Coordinator/Family Support Specialist to add to their team.   

Job Overview:  The Service Coordinator/Family Support Specialist is a member of a transdisciplinary Early Intervention (Birth to 3) Team supporting infants and toddlers with developmental delays and their families. The Service Coordinator/Family Support Specialist is responsible for educating families on Early Intervention processes, facilitating the development of each child’s Individualized Family Service Plan, and providing information, resources and support to families to help them promote their child’s development and engage in their community. 

Benefits offered include:

  • Competitive Compensation
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Paid Training & Professional Development Opportunities
  • Paid Travel or Mileage Reimbursement
  • Paid Vacation
  • 11-months/year employment = even more time off!
  • Medical & Dental Coverage
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan

Qualifications - Candidates must have:  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Child Development, or related field.  • Reliable transportation and proof of auto insurance. • The ability to pass a thorough criminal background check. Preferred candidates will also: • Have knowledge of child development and experience working with families of children with special needs. • Knowledge of IDEA Part C regulations and experience with case management. 

APPLICATIONS:  For consideration, please submit cover letter with resume to:

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ASTOP, Inc: Case Manager 

Lets put ASTOP to Sexual Assualt. This is a full time salaried position, 40 hours per week responsible to coordinate and direct client case management and support services. Provides input for the collection, compilation and interpretive analysis of complex client related statistical data. Accountable to Executive Director. 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Within the programs, policies, procedures and budget, the Case Manager is responsible for the duties below:  

Committed to the philosophy and vision of the Provide follow-up contact to all identified Provide comprehensive assistance and liaison to and for victims and referrals to appropriate follow up services. Provide direct services for victims and their families to include: assesses recovery goals, strengths and needs; identifies skills, benefits and services to support recovery goals; links client to benefits, services and supports; coordinates services; monitors quality of care and progress toward goals. (as defined by NAMI) Maintain client files. Provide input for the collection, compilation and interpretive analysis of complex client related statistical Perform an on-going review of cases and follow-up with the Director to ensure that appropriate client follow-up is occurring as well as necessary Work in collaboration with Christine Ann Domestic Violence Shelter to increase community awareness in Ripon and Green Lake Actively seek and establish opportunities for ASTOP programming. Make site visits, attend meetings, committees or conferences with regard to client services related research and conduct literature and field research as Active participation in the Tri-County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) and be actively involved in the Green Lake County Coordinated Community Response (CCR).  Complete in-service training for crisis intervention and continue with further client or services training when Uphold the standards and methodology of the prevention education program of Protective Behaviors including the Agency environment and all aspects there Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings, client service meetings and meet with the Director as defined by the Understand and anticipate the nature of the position requiring some flexibility and off-duty hours.  Participate in and assist with grant proposal Participate in continuing education opportunities that promote personal and professional growth.  Have knowledge of agency services and policies including confidentiality, and interpretation of these to Perform all other duties as deemed necessary by the QUALIFICATIONS.

Education/Training: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Social Work or other human service industry preferred. A minimum of five years' experience in sexual violence, criminal justice or related fields. Knowledge of statistics, records management, information and data processing or business administration. Practical knowledge of crisis intervention and of community resources and services.  Licenses: Valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and an appropriately insured vehicle.  The equivalent of two years of experience working with sexual assault, crisis intervention or related. 

Personal: Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills; ability to analyze, interpret and communicate client/service goals; ability to maintain accurate and detailed program records; reasoning and problem solving skills. Ability to maintain an atmosphere of trust, fairness and respect and be mutually supportive with clients, volunteers, co-workers and the public. Ability to listen to other’s concerns, interact with external agencies and be receptive to change in the spirit of collaboration for strengthening ASTOP services. Knowledge of the issues surrounding sexual violence. Ability to maintain client.

Please submit a cover letter with your resume to Nicole Krause at

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First Congregational UCC, Appleton: Administrative Assistant for Communications

The Administrative Assistant for Communications works in collaboration with the Communications Committee and Office Manager to manage the church’s branding, publications and publicity. Additionally, this person will be available for general administrative assistant work as requested. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities - Editing and Copywriting: include, but are not limited to, the following: • Plan, produce and edit publications. • Supervise all publications of the church including layout, design, and artwork. This includes electronic and hard-copy communications. • Coordinate communication efforts between ministry teams collaborating on major publicity pieces. Define goals and themes, and provide drafts and ideas for invested parties. • Edit articles and other materials, conferring with authors regarding significant changes. • Write promotional copy to promote the mission and ministry of the church. • Maintain and improve the church’s website and social media presence. Administrative Assistant: include, but are not limited to, the following:  • Draft, proofread, print, copy, prepare and send documents and correspondence (hard copies and electronic). • Assist with document assembly and production, including the church newsletter, The Open Door. • Work with volunteers. • Schedule activities in the church calendars. • Provide telephone support. • Data entry and preparation of reports (attendance, registration, membership, etc). • Process incoming and outgoing mail.

Qualifications: • Ideal candidate will have a bachelor of arts or science (BA or BS), appropriate vocational training, or 3 or more years of experience. • Advanced knowledge in Microsoft Office including Word, Publisher, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Excel. Knowledge of InDesign helpful. Ability to learn applicable computer programs and related equipment and systems. • Strong interpersonal, time-management and delegation skills. • Displays good judgment, a positive attitude and professional conduct, including the ability to maintain confidentiality. • Valid driver license. 

Physical Functions: • Able to use staircases, walk, sit and bend. 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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Fox Valley Warming Shelter, Inc: Client Shelter Advocate (Part-Time)

The Warming Shelter provides temporary, overnight shelter to adults experiencing homelessness.  Seeking someone to work from midnight - 8 a.m., monitoring clients, doing paperwork and computer work.  College degree or experience with homeless people preferred.  High school diploma required.  Part time, possible full time.  Benefits offered.

Contact Lauren Moen at  to apply.

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes: Camp Head Cook

The Camp Head Cook has the responsibility of planing and preparing food for all campers and staff at our resident Camp Birch Trails. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:  Manage all aspects of food preparation including cooking and serving of food according to standards.  Assigns tasks to ensure effective meal preparation while meeting deadlines. Responsible for proper food handling and storage.  Responsible for the supervision of proper dish washing and sanitizing including food preparation areas. Make sound decisions in alignment with the Girl Scout culture and standards. 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be 18 year or older.  Must have high school diploma or equivalent work/education experience. Must have prior work experience in food service industry - previous experience as a cook preferred. Ability to take initiative, be organized and implement a multi-faceted work load with minimum supervision. Ability shift priorities in response to changing needs.  Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including early morning preparation, evenings and weekends.  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 frequently required to walk, and to operate maintenance equipment manually. The employee must have the ability to move, lift, bend and kneel. The employee must be able to routinely lift 30 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

Please send cover letter and resume to  Adela Christman at

* Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc. requires membership in the Girl Scouts. 

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Housing Partnership of the Fox Cities: Tenant Relations Manager 

Housing Partnership of the Fox Cities is a non-profit organization celebrating their 30 years in the Fox Cities community.  We believe our success depends upon a commitment of each employee’s dedication to conducting business with honesty, integrity and in compliance with the law everywhere we operate.  Housing Partnership of the Fox Cities mission is to enhance the dignity and self-sufficiency of families by providing quality, affordable homes and exceptional supportive services.  We provide affordable homes, intensive case management, and comprehensive life skills training to families desiring to transit from homelessness to stable housing.  

The Tenant Relations Manager is responsible for overseeing the leasing and management of approximately 120 rental units owned and operated by the Housing Partnership of the Fox Cities, Inc.  This position requires a thorough working knowledge of landlord/tenant laws, strong oral and written communication skills, and computer proficiency.  

Job Duties:  Writing and executing lease documents; certifying income, homelessness status, and disability status in accordance with state and federal regulations in order to determine applicant eligibility; working closely with tenants and neighbors to resolve conflicts in a peaceful and respectful manner; and representing the Housing Partnership of the Fox Cities at court proceedings.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Showing available units to eligible applicants.
  • Coordinating the move-in process with new tenants.
  • Developing, executing, and renewing all leases, addendums, program agreements, and related documents which includes ensuring ongoing compliance with landlord/tenant law and Fair Housing Law.
  • Maintaining tenant files to ensure they have all up-to-date documentation as required by state and federal funding sources.
  • Following up with tenants in a professional and kind manner regarding late payments and other lease violations.
  • Utilizing tenant database effectively and keeping it up to date.
  • Develop activities/programs to build relationship with tenants and address their needs.
  • Coordinate activities with in house maintenance team to ensure unit turnover in timely and efficient manner.
  • Work cooperatively with Support Service Team (e.g. case managers) to select clients for supportive housing and ensure integrated housing solutions.  

Minimum Requirements:

  • Rental Housing Management experience
  • Desire to work with low-income families
  • Familiarity with landlord/tenant law and willingness to attend classes to stay current.
  • Ability to follow-through on projects/interactions to completeness.
  • Driver’s License and access to car, ability to drive to units for showings

Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification.  They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skill required of personnel so classified.  All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed. 

To apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Rachel Youngquist at   Application deadline is July 31, 2018.

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Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI: Mental Health Technician (various shifts in Green Bay) 

Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI wants you to join the team at Northview, an 8 bed residential facility serving men and women with mental health and/or AODA issues serving Brown County as a Mental Health Specialist. 

Full-time and part-time benefit eligible opportunites available!  LSS staff provides support in medication management, independent-living skills, interactive groups and 24 hour supervision. Under supervision,  the Mental Health Specialist performs 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.  

PERKS: •Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance  •Flex Spending for Dependent & Health Care •Mileage reimbursement •Paid Time Off  •10 Paid Holidays  •Ability to Contribute to 403B  •Employee Assistance Program  •Service Awards and Recognition.  

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Upon offer, candidates must successfully complete the necessary background, caregiver, medical and any other checks required, according to program requirements. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

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: The incumbent of this position must have a valid driver’s license and have reliable transportation to perform the essential duties of the role; a motor vehicle check (MVR) with a satisfactory driving record per the LSS Driver Safety Procedure is required, and ability to meet LSS auto insurance requirements.  

TRAVEL:  Ability to travel on day trips as required up to 25-50%, depending on specific role.  

We want you! Apply today to join our team. Please send cover letter and resume to Margita Baricevic at   EOE/M/W/VET/DISABILITY

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass: Bookkeeper / Office Coordinator 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass demonstrates core values that align with our mission to serve our visitors with warm friendly relationships, excellence, competence and integrity among others. This position is an integral internal role demanding high integrity, responsibility, excellence, competence and confidentiality, as well as the ability to work in a congenial and professional manner across the museum platform. The responsibilities include but are not limited to performing museum financial functions including accounts receivable and payable, payroll, general ledger account reconciliations, cash handling, financial report preparation, annual budget preparation, tracking grant and project expenses, managing bank accounts, and annual audit preparation and management. Other duties include employee benefits administration, various human resource functions, data input and assistance with all fundraising events. 

FLSA Status: Hourly, Part time up to 20 hours/week, some weekends. 

Relationships: Reports to: Business Director and Executive Director Works with Internal: All Museum staff-Visitor Services, Marketing, Museum Shop, Development, Business, Education, Volunteers, Collections and Exhibitions, Museum Members, Donors, Collectors, Treasurer Works with External: banking institutions, vendors, auditors, financial institutions, foundations, other.

Job Duties: Financial:

  • Records and reconciles all financial account transactions to QuickBooks including A/R, A/P, payroll.
  • Coordinates membership records and retail bookkeeping with appropriate staff.
  • Prepares monthly, quarterly, and yearly financial reports • Files and pays monthly WI sales tax.
  • Handles cash during fundraising events, records membership and payments in Donor Snap.
  • Processes and reconciles credit card transactions.
  • Gathers and Records all revenue including cash, checks, credit card, PayPal, Square, and Shopify.
  • Prepares monthly payroll and files quarterly payroll reports.
  • Reconciles endowment fund statements.
  • Processes all year-end reporting including forms W-2, 1099, WT-7, retirement plan census, etc.
  • Prepares for and manages annual audit. 


  • Assists in human resource management and benefits administration.
  • Facilitates background checks and drug testing.
  • Processes new hire paperwork.
  • Reviews Personnel Policy for updates, ensures adherence to Personnel Policy.
  • Maintains personnel files, museum confidential and management files.
  • Recommends new cost effective measures and development of strategies.
  • Coordinates annual insurance policy renewals.
  • Office Coordination
  • Orders and maintains office machines, supplies, contracted equipment.
  • Assists with IT needs and troubleshooting.

Non-essential Skills - Personal:  • Possess a high degree of personal integrity and confidentiality. Ability to work professionally and effectively with all internal and external relationships.  • Communicates effectively in both oral and written form internal and external. 

Mathematical Ability:  • Conscientious with attention to detail in the ability to handle and reconcile monetary transactions. • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide.

Registrations: • Must possess a valid driver’s license. • Bonding and insurability requirements per the museum’s policies and museum’s insurance. Authority: No direct reports.  

Environment & Working Conditions:  Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is an equal opportunity employer professionally accredited museum by AAM. Staff collaboration is part of the culture. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to move throughout the building and operate a variety of office equipment. Specific vision abilities require close vision, color vision and ability to adjust focus.   

Position Measurements: • Accuracy, thoroughness and attention to detail • Timeliness and ability to meet deadlines • Ability to communicate and work well with others • Ability to generate necessary reports and documentation • Self-directed, disciplined, confidential and operates with high integrity.  

Apply:  Open until filled: Send all inquiries with a cover letter, cv/resume and three references to Jan Mirenda Smith, Executive Director, 

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass: Building and Grounds Custodian 

The Building and Grounds Custodian performs regularly scheduled cleaning and building skilled maintenance of a varied nature that includes oversight of safety and security; repairing and maintaining the building, fixtures, machinery, and electrical equipment; and assists with installing and deinstalling exhibitions, also performs related work as required. Employees at this level receive regular instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise. In addition to overall facility maintenance, this position is responsible for supervision of the museum from a safety and security perspective that includes some public contact in patrolling the building. This position opens and closes the galleries to the public on a daily basis or as schedule allows; periodically assists in circulating the galleries, non-public spaces and classroom spaces during open hours to deter theft and vandalism; document building needs; and monitor public safety. 

FLSA Status: Hourly, Part time up to 20 hours/week, some weekends.  

Relationships - Reports to: Business Director and Executive Director Works with Internal: All Museum staff-Visitor Services, Marketing, Museum Shop, Development, Business, Education, Volunteers, Collections and Exhibitions, Museum Members, Donors, other.  Works with External: Vendors, other.

Job Duties: Opens and closes the building as necessary. Maintains a regular cleaning schedule. Oversees the contracted services for HVAC systems, elevator, security. Performs routine and preventative maintenance on various building components, machinery, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC units, boilers, compressors, motors, and air handling units to ensure top performance. Cuts grass, trims bushes, applies fertilizers, cleans grounds of litter and other yard work. Snow and ice removal, particularly on public traffic paths. Light remodels and repairs of existing facilities for gallery modifications or exterior repairs: using carpentry, masonry, plumbing, and electrical skills and ability to effectively use tools necessary to perform the same. Creates and maintains the budget for building maintenance. Submits cost estimates for remodeling to supervisor and coordinates with outside contractors as authorized. Prepares and paints walls, floors, ceilings, furniture, trim and equipment. Repairs and re-pins locks.  Designs and builds items such as but not limited to countertops, cabinets, bookshelves, and furniture using hand and power tools. Assembles and repairs office equipment such as but not limited to desks, tables, and shelves. Performs custodial work in the care of the facility. Orders all supplies for completion of the work.  Maintains code and safety standards for a public facility. Oversees and monitors the security and public safety needs for the building inside and outside when present. Is added to the museum security call list for alarms.  

Essential Skills: A high school diploma or equivalent is required; preferably supplemented by technical trade courses; or any equivalent combination of experience or training which produces the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  Proficient in the use and application of hand and power tools and diagnostic equipment necessary to perform essential functions. Comfortable with a computer to inventory of supplies, search of equipment, creating requests, cost estimates, etc.  

Physical Demands:  The physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, use hands to handle and feel, reach with hands and arms, talk, and hear.  The employee is required to sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, taste, and smell. The employee shall be able to stand on and work from ladders and scaffolding.   The employee must regularly lift and\or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and\or move up to 75 pounds, and occasionally lift and\or move more than 100 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. 

Environmental Adaptability: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions and extreme temperatures.  The employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts and risk of electrical shock. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; confined spaces; and toxic or caustic chemicals.  The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.  

Mathematical Ability: Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, area, circumference, volume, power, amperage, voltage, resistance, and pneumatic pressure ratios to practical situations; ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry; ability to interpret graphs and formulas. 

Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret technical manuals, blueprints, and schematics.  Ability to communicate effectively with staff members and supervisors by verbal and/or written means. Certificates, Licenses, Regulations: Certified as a boiler operator. Must have valid driver’s license.  Desirable: CPR/AED training. Bonding and insurability requirements as per the museum’s policies and the museum’s insurance carrier.  Personal: Possess a high degree of personal integrity and confidentiality. Ability to work professionally and effectively with all internal and external relationships. Communicates effectively in both oral and written form internal and external. Authority: No direct reports.  Environment & Working Conditions: Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is an equal opportunity employer professionally accredited museum by AAM. Staff collaboration is part of the culture.

Apply: Open until filled: Send all inquiries with a cover letter, cv/resume and three references to Jan Mirenda Smith, Executive Director,  

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Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley, Inc: Wellness Screen Clinician

Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley (SCC) is seeking an experienced Wellness Screen Clinician to oversee and participate in daily screening activities at assigned school sites within the Fox Valley area. The ideal candidate will report to the Screening Site Coordinator and will work closely with Wellness Screen Case Managers, parents, students, other clinicians, and school staff.  

This is a full-time position working 40 hours/week during the school year and will have 8 weeks off during the summer.  

Position Responsibilities: The Clinician is responsible for the follow up screening process after a student is identified through the screening process as having a possible emotional or behavioral concern. This also includes:  -Conducting follow up interviews with youths who have scored positive on the screening tool, and/or those who have been identified & referred for a follow up interview through the debriefing process. (Youth Report Process).  -Conducting follow up interviews with the parent of youth who have scored positive on the parent-report screening tool and with students whom have been identified after gaining consent from parent. (Parent Report Process).  -Provide case management according to the Wellness Screen procedures in connecting families to resources that are recommended.  -Responsible for their assigned schools’ screening calendars and recording/reporting out of screening data to program and school staff regularly throughout the year.  -Deliver program presentations for students, parents and school staff within our school sites.  -Administer the screening tool or assist with set up and delivery of screening process at each assigned school site.  -Contribute knowledge and expertise to our newsletter and marketing opportunities as they come available.  -Provide communication to school sites where assigned, outcome trends within the screening process so that we may support the school in providing necessary supports if applicable (ex: anxiety support groups, LGBTQ supports, bullying solutions, etc.).

Requirements and Qualifications:  -Master’s degree in psychology, social work, counseling or human services related field.  -Independent experience assessing youth for symptoms of mental illness/emotional health concerns and suicide risk is required.  -Minimum of 3 years work experience in a mental health setting.  -Minimum of 1 year experience providing case management.  -Experience using DSM-5 (or most current version) criterion for assessing youth is required. -Must be willing to travel to the various assigned school sites in the Fox Valley area.  -Ability to effectively communicate with others.  -Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail.  -Must be flexible to work some evenings to connect with families.

This position is recommended for licensed mental health practitioners (e.g., clinical social worker, licensed mental health provider/therapist, clinical psychologist, and child psychiatrist) with a minimum of two years post-graduate work experience in mental health assessment of youth.  In the event the role of the clinician is being filled by an unlicensed master’s level mental health professional (i.e. Master’s level intern staff), the unlicensed mental health professional would need to have supervision by the program’s Clinical Supervisor, including signing off on cases, and employee must meet required qualifications. 

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Bo Thao at 

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Fox Cities Victim Crisis Response Team: Direct Support Supervisor 

Monitor, supervise, and evaluate activities of the assigned VCR volunteers to ensure the delivery of high quality victim services.  Accompany VCR volunteers on calls to provide monitoring of the VCR program. Provide support and assistance to aide in the emotional health of the volunteers. Assist in training, interviewing and recruiting of volunteers. Volunteer file management.  

Salary: $20.00 per hour/ 20 hours per week.  

Qualifications:  Possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Counseling, Social Work, Human Resources or similar degrees.  Master’s degree highly encouraged.  Substantial experience working with victims of crime and/or those in crisis.  Supervisory experience and/or volunteer coordination.  Self-motivated and able to work in an ever-changing environment. Flexibility with schedule.  Competence with computers, software/programs (e.g. Microsoft Office, Google Docs) and mobile applications.  Successfully pass a background check. 

Apply By:  4:00 PM, 7/27/2018  Submit cover letter and Resume to: Jan Saunders, Executive Director, Fox Cities Victim Crisis Response Team, 1900 W. Grand Chute Blvd., Appleton, WI 54913  Phone- 920-380-2989  Email-

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Salvation Army Fox Cities: Maintenance Staff 

This position is responsible for the light duty maintenance and custodial responsibilities of properties owned by The Salvation Army Fox Cities. The person in this position will assist with basic repairs as well as some custodial duties to ensure the interior and exterior of the buildings is maintained and in working conditions.

If interested please contact Patrick Leigl at

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc: Program Assistant 

Valley Packaging Industries Inc. (VPI) is currently accepting applications for a program assistant. VPI is a local non-profit that helps those who are disabled or disadvantaged reach their maximum level of independence. 

POSITION SUMMARY: Assists the Case Manager in providing direct, hands-on training to individuals involved in the rehabilitation program. Training to include work skill development, personal and social adjustment and community integration and coaching individuals placed in the community. Duties may also include assisting individuals with personal care needs. This position will involve some travel to and from locations. Performs other duties as required. 

QUALIFICATIONS: Coursework in human services, plus one year experience working with developmentally disabled or special needs individuals preferred. Knowledge of behavior management desirable. Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality. Must be able to work in a variety of employment situations.

This is a Part-Time position. Salary: $11.00 /hour. Apply By: July 27, 2018

APPLICATIONS:  For consideration, please submit cover letter with resume to:

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AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW): Prevention Specialist (MSM Community) - Green Bay, WI 

The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW) is one of the nation’s largest providers of HIV prevention, care and treatment services with a budget approaching $100 million and more than 225 employees. The unique, nationally recognized ARCW HIV Medical Home model of care assures that everyone with HIV has access to medical, dental, mental health and social services and provides the best opportunity for patients to achieve high quality health outcomes. ARCW also provides aggressive HIV preventions services to gay men, injection drug users and others at the highest risk for HIV infection.  ARCW operates in the states of Wisconsin and Colorado, embraces a Market Culture to increase access to care, enhance quality outcomes and achieve and surpass financial performance expectations and has an aggressive plan to expand into additional states.

The MSM Prevention Specialist is responsible for providing direct prevention education services and outreach in Northeast WI to individuals engaging in high risk behaviors such as men who have sex with men and partners of men who have sex with men. In addition, this position will provide anonymous and confidential counseling and testing for HIV, hepatitis C and syphilis.

Position Responsibilities: Conduct outreach (including Internet outreach) and distribute safer sex materials to persons engaging in high risk behaviors. Recruit, train and supervise program volunteers. Provide anonymous/confidential HIV, HCV and syphilis counseling and testing services following all agency and state protocols. Prepare monthly and quarterly reports and statistics and submit them to supervisor on a regular basis. Establish collaborative relationships with area professionals and community-based organizations and provide consultation/trainings as needed. Assess program participant’s needs and provide appropriate referrals. Collaborate with and provide support for behavioral health, case management and food services (providing office coverage when needed, greeting clients, assisting with case managed clients when asked, providing food pantry services when needed, providing needle exchange services and all other duties as requested)  in the Green Bay office. Attend all staff meetings and trainings as required. Implement special projects and perform other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: Very effective and practical organizational skills. Valid U.S. Driver's License and has an Insurable Driving Record. Access to a reliable insured vehicle. Position has a high potential for exposure to infectious materials. Ability to lift up to 25 lbs.  Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time (2+hours) Pre-employment & Annual TB Test Annual Influenza vaccination Ability to type along with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows. 

Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  ARCW is an equal opportunity employer and will recruit, hire, promote and transfer qualified persons into all job classifications regardless of race, gender, religion, skin color, national origin or ancestry, physical disability (including pregnancy) or mental disability, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, legally protected medical condition, family care status, marital status, veteran status, or genetic characteristics. ARCW complies with other expanded protected classifications that may be mandated by specific county or municipal regulations. As a recipient of federal funding, ARCW will not hire nor enter into a contractual relationship with any party that is debarred, suspended, or excluded from federal assistance programs. 

Public Student Loan Forgiveness: ARCW employment may qualify for federal student loan forgiveness programs! We do not directly pay for – nor forgive – federal student loans; however our status as a not-for-profit organization under Section 501 (c) (3), makes us an eligible employer. There may be other determining factors for one to qualify. Please follow this URL to review one such program and their requirements: 

To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Dana Neiswander at

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The Family: Development Coordinator

The Development Coordinator position will research, develop, design, and execute fundraising program and strategies of all types. Actively recruit and manager donors by engaging them in The Family’s mission and securing financial support.   

Essential Job Duties: 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 Coordinator 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.  Prepares communications including the design, writing and printing of brochures, e-newsletters, donor communications and annual reports.  Prepares or assists with budgets and ensures compliance with allocated funding.  Conducts active community networking and outreach through face to face meetings on weekly basis with current and prospective donors.  Strong leadership, planning and organizational skills Performs all other duties as assigned. 

Faith Based Expectations: Uphold and live out The Family Radio Network, Inc.’s mission, vision, and statement of faith.  Provide servant leadership as patterned by Christ. Compassionate, speaking the truth in love, soliciting feedback, spiritual maturity, fostering an atmosphere for The Family 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.

Education: Bachelor's Level Degree. Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Communications or related field required Certifications/memberships. Preferred: AFP – Association for Fundraising Professionals Certified Fund-Raising Executive (CFRE).  

Work Experience: Minimum five (2) 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.  

Other Qualifications: Requires a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License, have and maintain an Excellent Driving Record.   May need to use personal vehicle, as needed.  

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.  

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. 

This is a Part Time, Non-exempt – 20 hrs. per week position. If grant funded, can become a FT position. Location: Appleton, Wisconsin.  Reports to: Chief Executive Officer.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to Carsin Poole at .

The Family Radio Network, Inc., including 91.9 WEMI-FM, 91.5 WEMY-FM, 91.3 WSTM-FM and 88.5 WGNV-FM has established religious faith as a qualification for employment, as permitted by the FCC's instructions. EOE

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin: Social Worker, School-Based Position

Family Services is a non-profit organization that protects, heals and cares for children and families throughout Northeast Wisconsin. Family Services is strongly committed to protecting children and vulnerable individuals from abuse and exploitation. When traumatic situations occur, our staff is there to assist the individual or family with their journey of healing and recovery. Family Services cares for individuals who are isolated, abandoned or just need help developing the skills to live successfully.  

Family Services' Counseling Clinic is expanding its school-based services.  We are currently seeking a full-time Social Worker to provide case management and group psychoeducation for students and their families at our Triumph Program, serving Kimberly, Kaukauna, and Little Chute School Districts.  This Social Worker will be a part of an integrated multidisciplinary team in a small dedicated program serving high school students in need of mental health care.  

If you are excited about the idea of helping to develop a new program to best meet student's needs in an evidence-based, trauma informed way, please apply.  You must possess a BSW or MSW and have experience in case management.  Willingness to work some evening hours are required. This is a 10 month/year position.  

To apply, visit 

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The Building for Kids: Operations Manager 

The Building for Kids, Inc. is one of the largest and most exciting children’s museums in Wisconsin. As a growing organization that serves over 100,000 visitors each year, we are seeking an Operations Manager to oversee the daily operations of the museum. This newly developed position will be responsible for the day to day operations, managing visitor experience teams and will also assist in supporting special events.  

More information at:

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The Building for Kids: Facilities Manager 

The Building for Kids, Inc. is one of the largest and most exciting children’s museums in Wisconsin. As a growing organization, we are seeking a Facilities Manager to oversee the maintenance and cleanliness of our exhibits and facilities. This newly developed position will oversee the day to day maintenance of our exhibits and facility, oversee and implement our cleaning services, and have the knowledge to troubleshoot and perform repairs to keep our hands-on exhibits operational at all times.

More information at:

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes: Reaching Out Assistant 

This is a part-time professional position with the responsibility to plan, implement, and evaluate programmatic offerings, specifically for the GreatHER Together program, while working directly with youth in various settings including schools, community organizations, and Girl Scout specific events. She/he works collaboratively with members of the Program team as well as cross-functionally with other departments to ensure achievement of the goals of the Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes.  

GreatHER Together is a program developed and implemented in collaboration with the Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay.  This position will assist with weekly programming and experiential learning opportunities for two cohorts of 8-10 girls.  Hours will average 10-12 per week, not exceeding 24 hours in a 2-week pay period.     

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Deliver GreatHER Together programing to girls. Attend department trainings.    Supports program and fund development via data collection and reporting. Ensures GS is open to all girls and adults by delivering the GS message of pluralism, diversity and inclusion. Develop and modify outcome-based, intentional curriculum as needed.

To apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Adela Christman at

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Valley Packaging Industries: Job Coach - Waupaca County 

The Job Coach provides vocational and programmatic support to individuals both in-house and on community-based work sites.  Assists the Case Manager in implementing and documenting individual rehabilitation plans.  Communicates relevant issues and progress to the Case Manager.  

QUALIFICATIONS: Coursework in human services, plus one year experience working with developmentally disabled or special needs individuals preferred.  Knowledge of behavior management desirable.  Must be able to work in a variety of employment situations.  Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

APPLICATIONS:  For consideration, please submit cover letter with resume to:

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Goodwill NCW: Assistant Regional Program Leader 

Goodwill NCW is helping change lives every day, and we need a charismatic, innovative, and energetic full-time Assistant Regional Program Leader to join our 63-team member Community Circles of Support team.       

The mission of Community Circles of Support is to help people successfully transition from incarceration back into the community while using evidence-based practices.  This team member will work closely with our Regional Director of Community Circles of Support.         

The Assistant Regional Program Leader (ARPL) will:   Counsel and lead our Circles of Support participants who are involved in various work experience opportunities within Goodwill locations.   Provide instruction and mentoring of soft employment skills, pro-social behavior using motivational interviewing skills, and will support participants with seeking employment and community resources necessary for their successful integration into the community.   Be well-versed in regional resources available to our participants.   The APRL may be called upon to facilitate Circles groups within our service area, attend prison resource fairs, give an occasional presentation, assist with volunteer training and volunteering events, search for and help with grants and may also be asked to work a very occasional weekend day as well as sporadic overtime.   Responsibilities also include creating and maintaining Excel databases; maintaining case files; general office duties; working collaboratively with referral sources, service providers, volunteers and parole officers; assist with other duties as assigned.  The person in this role will work in both an office and warehouse setting.           

Must be a self-starter, empathetic, employ a strengths perspective approach, able to effectively and professionally communicate with a wide variety of audiences, have good listening skills, and be able to work independently with basic direction.          

Our qualified candidate should have a degree, preferably in a human services, social services, counseling or related field. Ideally, candidates should also have experience working in human services, social services, mental health/AODA services, or the correctional or judicial system and have a good knowledge of community resources.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Stepnanie Crowe at

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Rawhide, Inc: Outpatient Therapist/ IOP Coordinator

Do you have a passion for counseling? Are you drawn to work for a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the community?  

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), Milwaukee (2010), and Shiocton (2018).  

Now, we are looking to add a Full-Time Outpatient Therapist who will work out of our Appleton and Shiocton locations. 

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. This individual will be responsible for coordinating and facilitating the intensive outpatient program (IOP). 

Required Qualifications: ~ Licensed as an outpatient therapist (in-training licenses considered). ~ Clinical Supervision towards 3,000 hours will be provided. ~ Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field. ~ 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: Fully licensed LPC, LCSW, or LMFT.  Experience working with adolescent female clients. Strong computer skills. Specialty in mental health counseling. Experience in presenting/teaching.  

Please apply through the following link:

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Sexual Assault Crisis Center – Fox Cities: Anti-Human Trafficking Victim Advocate 

The Sexual Assault Crisis Center – Fox Cities, Inc. (Center) is partnering with the Anti-Human Trafficking Regional Hub Region 2 managed by Outagamie County, Youth and Family Services, Department of Health and Human Services, and is seeking an experienced advocate to accomplish the following: 

At the direction of the Center:

  • Identify adult human trafficked victim survivors in Outagamie and Calumet Counties.
  • Provide advocacy to at-risk youth in Outagamie and Calumet Counties in collaboration with Outagamie County Youth and Family Services.
  • Conduct initial screening and intake of newly identified victim survivors either on-site or in the field.
  • Collaborate and ensure timely coordination of services with external partners to provide a continuum of care for victim survivors.
  • Ensure victim survivors immediate needs are being assessed and met, as well as short term aftercare services/coordinating referrals to service network.
  • Advocate with systems personnel to enhance trauma informed care and victim survivor focused services approach.
  • Maintain knowledge of local, state and federal laws affecting human trafficking and sexual assault victim survivors.
  • Facilitate the Outagamie County Treatment Pillar. (This is a subgroup of treatment providers who gather quarterly to coordinate and collaborate to address human trafficking issues, and treatment options, in Outagamie County.)
  • Keep regular, detailed reports as required and assist with grant reporting.

At the direction of Outagamie County:

  • Collaborate with community organizations and partners throughout Region 2 to provide technical support, training, and assistance for human trafficking service providers.
  • Work to establish a standardized advocacy response system throughout Region 2 that aligns with the Wisconsin Anti-Human Trafficking Core Competencies.
  • Provide outreach, trainings, and education regarding human trafficking for governmental, human services, and community agencies throughout Region 2.
  • Keep regular, detailed reports as required and assist with grant reporting.
  • Provide on-site technical assistance on human trafficking issues as needed.  

Location: Primarily travel throughout the HUB Region 2’s, 17 county and three tribal areas in northeast Wisconsin. This position will require weekly hours at Outagamie County Youth and Family Services in Appleton and the Center’s Appleton office.

Schedule: Non-exempt position, 37 hours/week. Must be available to work some evening and weekend hours. This position will be a minimum of 18 months to a maximum of 24 months depending upon grant funding. 


  1. The ideal candidate will have a Master’s degree  in Social Work, Counseling, Human Services or equivalent with minimum three years of experience or bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, criminal justice, psychology or other equivalent degree with minimum five years of experience working in human trafficking or related fields (e.g. sexual assault, sexual violence, domestic violence, immigrant rights, workers’ rights) in a role that involves service provision, training and/or advocacy.
  2. Must have knowledge of legal and medical advocacy issues.
  3. Experience with trauma informed care.
  4. Must have understanding of the issue of human trafficking. Professional experience guiding, leading and training peers in advocacy.
  5. Able to work with diverse populations.
  6. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Professional public speaking skills preferred.
  7. Exceptional interpersonal communication skills.
  8. Able to work under pressure and on-call when necessary.
  9. Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  10. Use of Microsoft Office Suite required including; Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  11. Excellent multidisciplinary project skills.
  12. High level of Initiative.
  13. Exceptional attention to detail, problem solving capabilities and organizational skills required.
  14. Professional enthusiasm to stay current with industry best practices.
  15. Valid driver’s license, good driving record and reliable transportation as this position requires travel by personal automobile.
  16. 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.
  17. Must pass a Wisconsin criminal and caregiver background check.
  18. Other duties as assigned.

Selection Process:The advocate would be hired through the Sexual Assault Crisis Center – Fox Cities, Inc. and the selection will be made in conjunction with Outagamie County Youth and Family Services, Department of Health and Human Services. Position will remain open until the ideal candidate is identified.

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

Organizational Profiles:  Outagamie County Youth and Family Services, Department of Health and Human Services: In partnership with the community, the mission of the Division of Youth & Family Services is to promote a Youth Justice System that balances protection of the community with youth and family accountability, and competency development for youths to live responsibly and productively in the community. Based on individual needs, the division will create opportunities for youths to develop pro-social lifestyles and build successful relationships with their family and community.  

The Sexual Assault Crisis Center – Fox Cities, Inc. is a state recognized Sexual Assault Service Provider. 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 Cities. 

The Sexual Assault Crisis Center – Fox Cities is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the principles of diversity. We therefore:

  • Do not discriminate in regard to race, color, religion, creed, age, sex or gender, national origin or ancestry, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation or disability.
  • Refuse to engage in any other form of discrimination or harassment.

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B.A.B.E.S., Inc. Child Abuse Prevention Program: Nutrition Specialist

Prepares and serves meals according to cycles menu; monitors methods of food handling, preparation, meal service and equipment cleaning. 

Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent education is preferred. Preference is given to persons with education or experience in quantity cooking and experience in a dietary setting is desired. Have general knowledge of quantity food preparation and portioned serving. Verbal and writing abilities necessary to communicate and willingness to perform routine, repetitive tasks. 

Physical Requirements: Stands and walks continuously throughout the working day. Reaches, stoops, bends, lifts, carries, and manipulates various food products, dietary supplies and equipment. Visual acuity and color. Ability to work with chemicals and cleaning agents. Must be free from infection or diseases. Exposure to temperature and humidity changes as in entering refrigerated storage areas, working at ovens, ranges, dish-washing machines, and at steam tables. Must be able to lift and/or carry 50 to 75 pounds. 

Duties: • Coordinate food preparation and meal service. • Plan and initiate cooking schedule for food preparation to meet meal schedule. • Prepare, season, cook and serve for assigned meal; ensure appropriate portioned servings according to portion control standards. • Prepare nutritional snacks. • Monitor temperature of hot and cold foods through food preparation and service to ensure that established temperature goals are met prior to steam table transfer and maintained throughout meal service.  

Physical Demands: The physical demand described here are representative of those that must be met by any employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.  

Additional Information: Employee must be flexible, able to multi-task, observant, caring and open to a fast-paced environment. Employee must be able to pass the state of WI criminal and child care background check. Employee will be expected to share in team duties during the monthly parent education night, as well as the day to day duties (including but not limited to maintaining a clean and sanitized work environment).

To apply: submit your cover letter and resume to

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B.A.B.E.S., Inc. Child Abuse Prevention Program: Teacher - Early Childhood Education

Nurture and care for children (infant to age 11) by engaging in age-appropriate activities, preparing meals, employing early childhood strategies. During down-time, complete administrative tasks, plan lessons, clean, organize, and help team develop additional strategies for successful operation of the overall child abuse prevention program. Professionally answer phones and take messages. Provide excellent customer service to program participants and other guests.

Qualifications:  High School Diploma or equivalent - Required. Pursuing Early Childhood Education Associate Degree (or similar) - Required. Must be willing to obtain child care certification and register with the state of Wisconsin Registry ( Self-starter, follows instructions well, team player, takes initiative, MS Office Suite experience (proficiency preferred).

Physical Demands: The physical demand described here are representative of those that must be met by any employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. 

Additional Information: Knowledge of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Trauma Informed Care (TIC) strategies and methodologies preferred.

To apply: submit your cover letter and resume to

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Oshkosh Area Community Pantry: Volunteer/Outreach Coordinator 

The Outreach Coordinator will develop the community’s awareness of hunger by engaging the community in volunteering, fundraising and overall strategic direction of the pantry. The objective of this role is to help grow the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry through networking and collaborating with others in the community. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  These duties are not meant to be all-inclusive and other duties may be assigned. • Supports Salesforce and develops and maintains database(s). • Creates outreach and inreach opportunities. • Maintain various forms of documentation such as historical documents and legal documents. • Create and manage the volunteer program. • Recruit volunteers and review, accept, or decline volunteer applications. • Supervise and train volunteers. • Determine and launch new volunteers per pantry needs. • Assist in the development of direct mail fundraising campaigns. • Lead the coordination of printed materials and mail lists. • Develop and implement a social media campaign: Twitter, Website, Facebook, Newsletter.  

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s degree in social services or combined work experience. • Three (3) or more years of experience in the field or in a related area. • Detailed orientated. • Strong verbal and written communications skills. • Proficiency with various web-based software applications including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, etc. • Valid Driver’s License. • Ability to travel 10%. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  • Experience training volunteers. • Public speaking.  

CORE COMPETENCIES: • Internal Contacts:  Contact with employees or others primarily at a routine level involving basic information exchange; Contact with peers and others involving explanation of information (these contacts may be within or outside department or division), and the gathering of factual information; may include the communication of sensitive or confidential information; Contact across departments or divisions with employees involving persuasion of others, absent formal authority, to conform to a policy interpretation or recommend course of action. • External Contacts:  Frequent external contact to: gather information, answer queries, or ask assistance. • Communication Skills:  Read, write and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos; Read and interpret safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions and procedure manuals; Write routine reports, correspondence and speak effectively before both internal and external groups; Language: English. • Decision-Making:  Regularly makes decisions involving how a project or operation will be conducted (i.e. sequence or method), and generally from an available set of alternatives or precedents. • Complexity, Judgment and Problem Solving:  Generally structured work, but involving a choice of action within limits of standard policy and procedures. • Supervisory/Managerial:  General instructing, scheduling, and reviewing the work of others performing the same or directly related work. Acts as “lead worker”. Job functional supervision only. 

WORKING CONDITIONS: • Physical Demands: Frequent Standing, Sitting, Hearing, Talking, Visual, Typing; Occasional Walking/Running, Reaching; Seldom Driving, Bending/Kneeling, Fine Dexterity, Manual Dexterity, Upper Extremity Repetitive Motion, Lifting/Carrying up to 50lbs., and Pushing/Pulling up to 75lbs. Non-Physical Demands: Frequent Communication/Interpretation; Occasional. • Analysis/Reasoning, Math/Mental Computation, Reading, Sustained Mental Activity (i.e., auditing, problem solving, grant writing, composing reports, etc.), and Writing. • Environmental Demands: Frequent Task Changes, High Volume Public Contact; Occasional Work Alone; Seldom Tedious/Exacting Work, Dust, Temperature Extremes, Loud Noises, Physical Danger, and Toxic Substances (i.e., solvents, pesticides, etc.). • Work Schedule:  Routine shift hours. Infrequent overtime, weekend, or shift rotation. • Demands/Deadlines: High volume and variable work demands and deadlines impose strain on routine basis or considerable stress intermittently; OR regular direct contacts with distressed individuals within the immediate work environment; and/or exposure to demands and pressures from persons other than immediate supervisor.

To Apply: If you are interested in this Full-Time position, please send your cover letter and resume to Haley Madson at .

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Opportunity Coordinator

The STAR (Scholars on Target to Achieve Results) Opportunity Coordinator uses a culturally-responsive mentoring approach to ensure Black/ African American middle and/or high school students in the Appleton Area School District are engaged in education and poised for academic achievement.  Individual will work directly and collaboratively with a caseload of students and their families, school staff, and others to implement strategies that address school success and school completion with high school graduation and post-secondary enrollment as the focus. STAR Opportunity Coordinators will work with students during the school day through individual and group meetings, working to track levels of engagement by assessing attendance, behavior, grades and credits earned.  This position is part of a wider community initiative working to close the equity gap for Black/ African American individuals in the Fox Cities community. 

Duties & Responsibilities: • Develop trusting relationships with youth and families. • Collaborate with adults already involved with the youth – such as teachers, case managers, counselors, and social workers. • Facilitate communication and promote problem solving between home and school.  Contact parents via phone, home visits, and email to share information and to develop plans to engage students in school and promote school success. • Assist youth in developing skills necessary for school success (i.e. time management, study habits, problem solving, goal setting, etc.). • Link youth to relevant Club and community programs. • Organize activities and events for participants. Examples may include study skills workshops, social/recreational events, college and worksite tours, financial aid presentations, graduation celebrations, etc. • Participate in program outcome measurement processes and other evaluations as needed. • Participate in school and community events and Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley activities. • Understanding of multifaceted nature of Black culture and a desire to engage students in dialogue and reflection regarding personal and cultural identity.  

Education & Experience: • Minimum two years post-graduation education required. • Experience working with children and adolescents required. • Bachelors in Human Services, Education or related field preferred. • Experience working within a school system or youth agency preferred.  

Other Qualifications: • Strong understanding / expertise in working with issues faced by underrepresented students. • Persistence.  A belief that all students have abilities and strengths, and can learn. • Ability and passion to work with youth and families from diverse backgrounds. • Ability and willingness to work with families using a non-blaming approach. • Advocacy skills, including excellent communication skills and the ability to negotiate, compromise, and confront conflict. • Organizational skills, flexibility, and the ability to work in a variety of settings. • Ability to work independently. • Knowledge of community and educational resources.  • Knowledge of and ability to use computer software and equipment. • Flexibility to connect with youth during school hours as well as some evenings, as needed. • Values self-improvement; able to accept praise and critical feedback and seeks evaluation.

To apply: submit your cover letter and resume to

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Children's Hospital of WI: Treatment Foster Care Social Worker

The Treatment Foster Care Worker position provides direct service to children within the designated area. The TFC Social Worker provides treatment foster care services to Children's Service Society clients and team members as delineated by DCF 56 and in a manner consistent with accepted social work practices and agency program definitions. The children referred to the program may present as emotionally disturbed, medically fragile, developmentally delayed, or delinquent children or adolescents. Attention to permanency planning and providing stable home environments to the child is essential. 

For the full job description and application instructions, please visit: , job opening 30253.

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Winneconne Thrift & Gift Store: Store Manager/Volunteer Coordinator 

Plan and organize store operations and the volunteer program working with department contacts and members of the board of directors to understand the variety of needs for store operations and volunteer support.  Ensure the volunteers are appropriately trained and assigned to duties of interest and need.  Provide guidance, support, and resources to volunteers. The Store Manager/Volunteer Coordinator will recruit and train new volunteers.  The position’s success should result in volunteers with a deeper understanding, engagement and commitment to the mission of WTG, and a vibrant and economically successful store operation.  The store manager/volunteer coordinator reports to the president of the board of directors and is accountable to the board.  Full-time or Part-time-job-share.

For full description, see

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Reach Counseling Services, Inc: Trauma Therapist 

Reach Counseling Services, a certified outpatient mental health clinic is seeking a licensed clinician to work with children and adults who have experienced psychological trauma from abuse. Full-time Position: 40 hours per week. Reports to Counseling Team Leader.  

Qualifications: • Licensure as LCSW, LPC, MFT or related field.  • Experience using trauma focused therapies such as: TREM, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, EMDR, TF-CBT is preferred. • Solid use of DSM-5, trauma assessments, diagnosis and treatment planning. • Able to work independently and as part of an established team. • Excellent writing/communication skills and computer literacy required. •  Valid driver’s license, vehicle and proof of current insurance is required.  

Clinical Responsibilities: • Provide direct abuse and trauma focused outpatient treatment services, including clinical assessments, short and long term therapy and crisis response to children, teens and adults exposed to abuse. • Train on trauma specific models of treatment offered annually. • Maintain timely treatment plans, progress notes and billing using Procentive and ACORN programs. • Participate in monthly staffing, clinical collaboration and 90 day review.  

Additional Functions: • Participate in organizational functions and events • Develops clear understanding of all agency programs • Performs other duties as assigned.  

Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, 401K, paid training, life insurance, leave and holiday time, and flexible work hours.  Submit cover letter and resume to  

Reach Counseling is an equal opportunity employer and everyone is strongly encouraged to apply. As an organization moving toward a social justice model of diversity and inclusion, we recognize we hold attitudes and beliefs that can detrimentally influence our perceptions and interactions with individuals who are diverse from ourselves.  We are committed to challenging those biases by recognizing the importance of multicultural and non-normative gender sensitivity, responsiveness, knowledge and understanding.  We strive to use appropriate skills in all interactions with clients, co-workers, volunteers and community partners and to strive for culturally informed organizational policies and procedures.

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