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

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

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

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

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

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

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

If interested submit cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at 

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

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

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

Qualifications: Education and Experience:  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university preferred. •  A minimum of three years’ work experience in a Boys & Girls Club or similar organization planning and supervising activities based on the developmental needs of young people, or equivalent experience. • Considerable knowledge of youth development principles, behavior management, guidance, outcomes evaluation, collaboration, and program management.  

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

If interested submit cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at 

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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Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. (CFRC): Executive Director 

Community Family Resource Centers (CFRC) offers support, information, and activities to area families. CFRC provides quality programs and activities including the PACE (Parent And Child Enrichment) Program and Summer PACE, Me & My Family, Family Education and community programs, which families can rely on throughout the calendar year, to help promote child development, family education, and support. All programming is done to meet the mission "Strengthening families to strengthen the community."

The Executive Director of Community Family Resource Centers, Inc. reports to the Board of Directors of CFRC and is responsible for overall operation of the agency. This includes strategic leadership, personnel management, development and growth of CFRC’s role in the community, budget and financial resources and supporting the mission of the organization. 

Responsibilities: • Plan and execute a minimum of one Family Education event per month during the school year for area families with the goal of strengthening the family. • Oversee all CFRC employees. • Maintain oversight of all current and future CFRC programming. • Maintain oversight of all operations. • Manage CFRC’s overall finances and fundraising by entering transactions in QuickBooks, ensuring tax papers are filed on time and working with the CFRC Treasurer to maintain financial oversight. • Represent CFRC in all public relations’ initiatives. • Develop long-term relationships with the community and business leaders. • Ensure leadership, mentoring and support to all staff with a focus on staff development, training, teamwork and growth. • Provide the framework for CFRC to deliver a high-level of service to both participants and the community. • Assure CFRC is in compliance with all laws and regulations regarding programs and operations. • Cultivate and solicit support from grantors by preparing grant requests and communicating with those corporations, foundations and businesses whose giving priorities are in alignment with the agency’s mission. • Oversee outcome measurements and financial reports. • Implement the organization’s strategic plan. • Attend continuing education training and workshops, as necessary. 

Qualifications: • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills with children and adults. • Strong skills in creative and strategic thinking. • Dynamic leadership abilities. • Team-building capability. • Knowledge of budgets and financial reports. • Excellent organizational ability as demonstrated by meeting deadlines, juggling multiple priorities, and working in a self-directed manner. • Demonstrated computer proficiency with Microsoft Office, QuickBooks and internet research skills. • Ability to work both collaboratively with staff, board members, and volunteers, and independently. • Possess a willingness to foster a culture that provides an open, inviting and safe environment for all participants, volunteers and staff. • Ability to provide forward and creative thinking in positioning CFRC for the long term. • Bachelor’s degree preferred. • Knowledge of early childhood development. • Knowledge of community services and resources. • Ability to work evenings and weekends when necessary.  

The Executive Director Employment Term: Part-time.  Hours per Week: 21.5 hours per week for 42 weeks (September through May, 1 week in June and 2 weeks in August); summer hours per week are still to be determined (10 weeks – 3 weeks in June, all of July, and 2 weeks of August) Work Schedule: Monday – Friday; occasional nights and weekends. Salary: $14.00-16.00 per hour based on experience.

Interested candidates may submit a cover letter and resume to by Friday, July 21, 2017.

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NAMI Fox Valley: Iris Place Peer Run Respite Director  

NAMI Fox Valley develops and operates education, support, outreach, and advocacy programs that seek to break down stigma and to support and empower all those in our community who are affected by mental illness.

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

Primary Responsibility and Accountability: The Iris Place Peer Run Respite Director, who reports directly to the agency’s Executive Director, will have overall operational responsibility for the Peer Run Respite’s staff, activities, funding, financial stability, and execution of the program mission.  In addition, the Iris Place Director will provide organizational and community leadership and demonstrate qualities consistent with the values of the program. 

Major Position Functions: The Iris Place Director will be primarily responsible for the following: PROGRAM LEADERSHIP- • Inform the program with current best practices, research, evidence-based practices, SAMHSA recovery principles, and dimensions and principles of peer support to ensure that Iris Place operates with a recovery orientation. • Maintain accurate records of timelines, deadlines, activities, and personnel needed to accomplish tasks. • Oversee implementation of effective community outreach strategies and public relations efforts for the program. • Manage all aspects of facility operation, including ensuring compliance with local, state, and federal guidelines and regulations. • Represent NAMI Fox Valley, in the capacity as Iris Place Director, on committees, task forces, and initiatives, and attend community and state events as appropriate. • Organize and lead regular meetings of the Iris Place Advisory Board. • Ensure fidelity with the work plan through activities including policy development and implementation. •  Serve as the agency’s primary liaison with the State of Wisconsin and other Wisconsin peer run respite programs. • Identify strategies to meet needs of program staff, callers, and guests. • Provide peer support to program staff, callers, and guests as appropriate. • Build and enhance collaborations to make the best use of available community resources for implementation of services.  

STAFF SUPERVISION- • Support the Executive Director in hiring and supervising Iris Place staff. • Encourage staff development through coaching, mentoring, and supervision. •  Address staff performance issues and utilize leadership skills to delegate efficiently, foster teamwork, and support program operation. • Facilitate staff meetings and support staff training and development needs. • Facilitate scheduling and time tracking to ensure 24/7/365 coverage, including vacation and sick time coverage.

PROGRAM EVALUATION- • Ensure program excellence and outcomes through oversight, quality assurance, and data driven modifications. • Ensure adherence to established outcome-based evaluation systems for activities and services in order to comply with requirements of funding sources. • Report to the State of Wisconsin regarding outcomes and program progress and evaluation as required, including by preparing for and participating in the State’s annual contract site visit.  

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - • Directly manage financial operation of the Iris Place program, including by administering the budget, monitoring income and expenditures, and assessing the financial condition of the program. • Regularly report on the program’s financial status to the Executive Director, Finance Committee, and Advisory Board. • Work together with the Financial Manager and Executive Director to develop and monitor program budget and work plan, including the annual budget contract with the State of Wisconsin. • Maintain accurate, up-to-date records of finances as they pertain to program income and expenses. • Evaluate budget and provide regular financial accounting to funders as required. •  Approve, code, and ensure timely payment of all program expenses.  

Qualifications: The ideal candidate for the position of Iris Place Peer Run Respite Director will: • Be a Certified Peer Specialist. • Understand principles and best practices of peer run respite and its core activities and operations. • Be able to establish appropriate relationships of trust, hope, and empowerment by providing empathy and sharing own lived experiences to facilitate achievement of recovery goals. • Have strong interpersonal skills, emphasizing team-building and the ability to work with a variety of individuals. • Have a minimum of two years management and supervisory experience. • Possess solid budget-management skills, including preparation, analysis, and reporting. • Have experience with design and development of data collection and analysis for monitoring program outcomes and success. • Be extremely self-motivated, with the ability to work effectively and handle multiple concurrent tasks and projects with minimal supervision in high-paced environment with deadlines. • Possess excellent written and oral communication skills, including public speaking skills. • Be able to professionally present self in internal and external communication.  • Exhibit ethical behavior, cultural awareness, and an ability to build trust and rapport in activities involving individuals of diverse backgrounds. • Have demonstrated ability to work effectively with a wide range of partners and diverse populations including the corporate sector, community groups and government agency staff.  

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

Benefits & Work Requirements - Full time, salaried position. Salary based on experience.  Paid vacation, holidays, and sick days. 

Interested individuals should apply by July 10, 2017, by sending a resume and cover letter to or NAMI Fox Valley, Attn: Maren Peterson, 211 E. Franklin St., Appleton, WI 54911. The cover letter should provide information on why the applicant is interested in the position and what unique qualities would make the applicant a great fit for the position. 

NAMI Fox Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, NAMI Fox Valley will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

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Alternative Center for Education, Inc. (ACE): Academic Skills Trainer 

The Alternative Center for Education, Inc. is seeking a part-time candidate to provide high-quality instruction/academic therapy to its clients. The Academic Skills Instructor works one-on-one with clients to provide instruction in reading, written language, and/or mathematics.  

Qualifications: • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in education (Master’s Degree and certification in teaching preferred); • Training and experience in using an Orton-Gillingham reading method; • Experience in working with children and adults with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia; • Experience in and aptitude for teaching individuals of all ages and from diverse backgrounds; • Good computer skills with willingness and ability to learn new software and technology; • Excellent written and oral language skills; and, • Successful completion of a background check.

Job Responsibilities: 1. Carry a caseload of ACE clients needing academic therapy. 2. Prepare and implement lessons that are prescriptive and diagnostic for each lesson, for each student. 3. Attend ACE monthly meetings for continuing education. 4. Support the overall mission and strategic goals of the Alternative Center for Education. 5.Provide client treatment plans and monthly progress summaries detailing progress towards treatment plan goals for each client.

Apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Alternative Center for Education, 101 W Edison Ave., Suite 115, Appleton, WI 54915 or  Application deadliine is August 1, 2017.

The Alternative Center for Education (ACE) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, employment, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services.   EOE

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The Appleton A Better Chance Program, Inc: Cook

Appleton A Better Chance is a member of the national high school scholarship network, A Better Chance (ABC). While most ABC scholars attend private boarding or day schools, Appleton A Better Chance gives minority students the opportunity to attend school at a top-tier public high school in Appleton, Wis. while being immersed in a new, friendly community. 

How did we get started?  Appleton A Better Chance was established in 1968 as one of the first organizations to join A Better Chance’s community school program. A registered 501(c)3 organization in the state of Wisconsin, Appleton’s program is the second oldest chapter of A Better Chance nationwide, and is currently one of two opportunities for ABC scholars to attend school in Wisconsin. 

More than 40 Years of Educating Minority Students. Over the years, we’ve helped enrich the lives of more than 170 young men, many of whom have stayed in the area and become prominent members of the community. Some of our notable alumni include professional soccer player, Hayden Kinght, as well as Wisconsin entertainers, Tony Dorsey and Armenrah the Mime.

Prepare and plan healthy meals for scholars -Meet State Food Safety guidelines -Obtain education related to position -Clean areas within the kitchen that the cook uses as well as items used -Work with the Resident Director in planning meals and purchasing cooking supplies -Act as adult supervisor in the absence of the Resident Director.   

Hours: September through June (school year) Monday-Thursday 3pm-6pm. Wage: $9

To apply, please send a letter of interest and/or resume to:   Application deadline is  July 10th, 2017 (rolling review).

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The Appleton A Better Chance Program, Inc: Resident Director

Appleton A Better Chance is a member of the national high school scholarship network, A Better Chance (ABC). While most ABC scholars attend private boarding or day schools, Appleton A Better Chance gives minority students the opportunity to attend school at a top-tier public high school in Appleton, Wis. while being immersed in a new, friendly community. 

How did we get started?  Appleton A Better Chance was established in 1968 as one of the first organizations to join A Better Chance’s community school program. A registered 501(c)3 organization in the state of Wisconsin, Appleton’s program is the second oldest chapter of A Better Chance nationwide, and is currently one of two opportunities for ABC scholars to attend school in Wisconsin. 

More than 40 Years of Educating Minority Students. Over the years, we’ve helped enrich the lives of more than 170 young men, many of whom have stayed in the area and become prominent members of the community. Some of our notable alumni include professional soccer player, Hayden Kinght, as well as Wisconsin entertainers, Tony Dorsey and Armenrah the Mime.

The Resident Director will be responsible for directly leading a group of talented high school students ages 13-18, from around the country as they grow in their educational experience in the Appleton Area School District under the direction of a Board of Directors.  This is a live in position that brings great personal reward and responsibility as you assist these young men down their futures path.  Your duties will include, but are not limited to; assist students in establishing personal goals and expectations; interview, hire and directly supervise tutors and cooks; maintain a standard of conduct among students and staff which reflects a basic respect for the integrity of the ABC program.  In addition, support and maintain relationships with the community and supervise everyday household responsibilities for the general safety and well-being of the students during their time with the program, while under your supervision. 

Details/Wage: This unique position allows and encourages work outside of the Director responsibility, as long as it does not interfere with your duties as Director.  Compensation for the position is room and board for the year.  Cable and internet will be provided at no charge, and the Resident Director will also receive a monthly stipend set by the Executive Committee. 

Experience/Ability: The ideal candidate or candidates (couple) will:  1. Have a strong established background of working directly with youth and have diverse multicultural experiences. 2. Have a bachelor’s degree in a related field or significant equivalent and relevant working experience. 3. Have the desire and ability to represent a long standing Appleton area program that has many ties too local schools, organizations and events. 4. Be detailed orientated, organized and proactive. 5.Be able to work within the following framework: a. Board of Directors structure & policies. b.  Act in the role of parent surrogate in all matters relating to the health, welfare, and activities of students. c. Interview, hire and directly supervise a small staff. d. Coordinate host family program. e. Household bookkeeping, record keeping and accounting. f. Submit students reports to Board of Director and  families.

Please submit your letter of interest or resume to by July 10th, 2017.  We will be reviewing resumes on a rolling basis, and will close posting once candidate is selected.

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Appleton Housing Authority: Family Support Specialist 

What’s your passion?  Do you love helping & mentoring people to be the best they can be?  Are you upbeat, positive and self-confident?  We are searching for a Family Support Specialist to guide our families to self-sufficiency and ultimately financial independence.  

Job Summary:  Responsible for the development, implementation and management of the FSS program.  Work is performed under the general supervision of the Housing Choice Voucher Program Manager.  Position Identifies and obtains supportive service resources working with other agencies to help clients overcome barriers to education and employment. Clients include Section 8 voucher holders and public housing families.  Responsibilities include accuracy of work, eligibility determinations, rent calculations, tenant payment calculations, collection of tenant rent payments, work orders, leasing up units to applicants, landlord reference checks, credit checks, briefings, voucher issuance, re-examinations, HQS inspections, landlord and tenant relations.  Training provided.

Example Essential Duties (Not Inclusive): 1. Recruit new Section 8 voucher holders for the FSS program. 2. Maintain a caseload of up to 100-150 families. 3. Perform individual needs assessments to set goals to reach self-sufficiency. 4. Develop custom-tailored action plans with a five year or less timetable. 5. Plan and coordinate activities for FSS program participates, such as training programs, confidence building, life skills, utilizing area resources. 6. Plan and co-host FSS graduation events and help with media events. 7. Maintain tenant files in accordance with HUD regulations. 8. Conduct interviews of clientele for initial lease ups and annual reviews, requesting information as required by the regulations on income, assets, and allowances. 9. Determine eligibility for initial applicants, and continued participation for all annual reviews, verifying all information by third party. 10. Conduct briefing sessions for initial applicants to ensure their understanding of the rules and regulations of the Housing Choice Voucher/Public Housing program. 11. Determine tenant rent calculations according to HUD regulations by obtaining third party verification on all information provided by the client. 12. Enter current information onto the computer system for correct data processing and  FSS escrow savings accounts. 13. When necessary conduct home visits to a participant that can not come into the office for an appointment. 14. Conduct Housing Quality Standard Inspections, and send the required letters (pass or fail) to the landlord.  Follow up with completion of repairs within the required time frame. 15. Conduct move in and move out inspections as required.  Also perform weekly / biweekly and/or monthly inspections as needed according to the case management on a case by case basis. 16. Enter work orders as needed for any repairs needed on the scattered site units.  

Public Relations: 1. Maintain effective relationships with other organizations, both public and private.  2. Will attend community meetings promoting the FSS and the Section 8 program when requested. 3. Implement an ongoing community resource guide such as: resident handbook, or resident newsletter.  

Minimum Qualifications: Must have positive attitude.  Graduation from a two year or four  year college or university program with a concentration in social or human services. Knowledge and understanding of the FSS/Section 8 Voucher Program, and the Public Housing program a PLUS. Prior property management experience helpful.    Considerable knowledge of office procedures and practices; ability to type accurately and be computer literate in a Windows environments.  Ability to meet deadlines, ability to establish and maintain effective relations with employees, superiors, co-workers, clients, outside agencies and the general public.  Must possess a valid Wisconsin driver license and be bondable. 

The best qualified applicants will be selected for an interview. Absolutely, no phone calls.  Send Resume or email to  Position is full-time with competitive salary.  Excellent benefits.  Position is open until filled.  The Appleton Housing Authority is an EOE. 

Appleton Housing Authority, ATTN: AHA Recruit Family Support Specialist, 925 W. Northland Avenue, Appleton, WI 54914   Application deadline is July 15, 2017.

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Fox Cities Building for the Arts: Director of Financial Operations

The Director of Financial Operations is responsible for ensuring successful daily operations of the organization, including financial systems and procedures, facility maintenance and security, administrative and human resources functions, and the operational components of programs, exhibits, and events; and identifying, communicating, and assisting in the execution of organizational growth opportunities. This is a full-time, exempt position. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES (LIST IN ORDER OF PRIORITY) Financial Systems and Procedures:  • Carry out the day to day financial functions for the organization, including recording all accounts payable and accounts receivable transactions.  • Prepare monthly bank and account reconciliations for all cash accounts.  • Prepare financial reports for the President and Board on a monthly and as needed basis.  • Assist the President with the preparation of annual operating budgets and programming budgets.  • Coordinate activities for annual audit; serve as primary contact for auditors.  Operational Processes:  • Facility Maintenance and Security.  - Oversee facility service contracts and manage relationship with the organization’s property management firm, housekeeping and security and fire protection systems.  - Schedule repairs and routine inspections; ensure work is completed on schedule and at a satisfactory level. Bid out major repairs; establish and adhere to cyclical bidding schedule for major contracted repairs and service.  • IT Systems - Manage IT functions, IT needs and schedule contractors as needed.  - Ensure a safe, secure, accessible, and clean environment for building tenants and visitors. Respond to emergency situations with speed and care.  • Office Administrative and Human Resources.  - Ensure daily office paperwork and administrative tasks are completed in a timely fashion.  - Coordinate human resources activities, including: recruitment/job postings, new hire and termination processes and policies, payroll, benefits administration and maintaining personnel files.  - Maintain documented policies and procedures and ensure these evolve with the organization’s needs.  - Oversee inventory processes and policies.  - Develop recommendations for improvements in operations of the organization.  Program Support – Special Events, Programs and Meetings:  • Manage operational and financial aspects of events, programs, fundraisers, and exhibits including obtaining required permits, scheduling contractors, setting elevator and door schedules, staffing, equipment rental, etc. • Coordinate arrangements for exhibition installation, crating, un-crating, hanging, lighting, and shipping.  

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:  This position requires experience in facility management, bookkeeping and/or accounting, and administrative management in a nonprofit or business setting. A high level of organization, strong decision making skills, the ability and willingness to maintain confidential information, and a proactive and collaborative work style are also required.  • Minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in operations management or administrative management in a nonprofit or business setting, including prior experience with facility management, financial management, and human resources activities.  • Bachelor’s degree in a business or nonprofit field, or significant additional experience in operations management. • Prior experience with QuickBooks or other similar accounting software.  •  Advanced knowledge of MS Office, including Word, Excel and Outlook.  •  Working knowledge of modern office IT functions and basic understanding of a networked environment.  • A willingness and ability to receive and give direction in a collaborative, team-oriented environment.   

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this position description.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.           

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Terrie A Pohjola at .  Application deadline is July 7, 2017.

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St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation: Foundation Coordinator 

The St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation, part of Ascension, is seeking a Foundation Coordinator professional.  The Coordinator will serve as the data  base administrator for the Blackbaud software host of products, will manage and evaluate special projects, will train and manage department volunteers and will be serve as the project manager for various foundation projects and initiatives.  They will be involved in all aspects of Foundation operations, including cash handling, communications and will often work directly with donors, health system leaders and associates, and Board of Directors. 

For additional information or for an informal discussion to learn more about this exciting career opportunity, feel free to contact Tonya L. Dedering at   Here’s the link to the website posting. Foundation/Vol Services Coordinator / SEH St. Elizabeth Hospital Oneida / Full-Time / Days / 40 Hours / Weekly in Appleton, WI - Ascension

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Habitat for Humanity ReStore: Store Associate

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

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

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

For more details and the full job description, please go to:

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Homeless Connections: House Supervisor (All Shifts) 

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.  FULL TIME - 2nd shift, 40 hours per week, FULL TIME – overnight, 40 hours per week.  PART TIME -overnight, up to 28 hours per week.  PART TIME - first and second shift, primarily weekends.

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

The full time overnight house supervisor compensation starts at $14.20/hour (includes a $1.50 shift differential for overnight shift) plus full benefits, including health & dental insurance, life insurance, short term disability, long term disability, vacation pay, sick pay, holiday pay and a retirement plan.  The part time overnight house supervisor compensation starts at $13.40/hour and non-overnight is $11.90/hour.

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

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to  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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Bethesda Lutheran Communities: Direct Support Professionals

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

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

Job Qualifications Education and/or Experience:  High school graduate or equivalent.  Additional experience with people with developmental disabilities preferred or as required by regulations.  Must be 18 years of age, or older.  

Certificates, Licenses or Registrations: •  As applicable, must possess a valid driver's license and good driving record as defined by Bethesda policy.  •  Additional certifications may be required by regulations. • Some positions may require access to vehicle in sound operating condition and proof of current auto insurance. • Clear background checks as defined by regulations and policies.  

Physical Demands: Ability to lift at least 50 pounds. Ability to do daily standing, bending, and lifting. Must be able to stand for 8 hours at a time.  

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

To apply please send cover letter, resume and references to Kim Roeseler at  before June 30, 2017.

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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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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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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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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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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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