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United Way Fox Cities:  Executive Director, Be Well Fox Valley

POSITION TITLE:   Executive Director, Be Well Fox Valley

DEPARTMENT:      Community Development

REPORTS TO:       President/CEO

Position Summary:  Be Well Fox Valley (BWFV) envisions a community where all people have the opportunity to live longer, healthier, and happier. We engage a broad spectrum of people from the community, health systems, public health, business, non-profits, education, philanthropy, and the faith community, working together to advance a culture of health and well-being for all in the Fox Valley. BWFV is a regional initiative serving Calumet, Outagamie, and Winnebago Counties. United Way Fox Cities serves as the backbone organization, and area health systems serve as anchor partners. 

The health of individuals is significantly impacted by the conditions in which they are born, grow, live, work and play (social determinants). Be Well Fox Valley works to improve the conditions in our community necessary to improve the health and well-being of individuals through our five goals. 

  1. A vibrant regional food system that provides access to healthy, affordable food for all people.
  2. A cohesive and connected multi-model network that provides recreational and transportation options for all people.
  3. Local settings (hospitals, communities and neighborhoods, schools, early care centers, worksites, and faith institutions) that promote healthy choices and behaviors.
  4. Strong community-clinical partnerships that help prevent and manage chronic disease.
  5. Inclusive public spaces that foster social connection. 

BWFV’s current focus is the development of a Food as Medicine program, providing healthy food and education to food insecure individuals with diabetes or pre-diabetes; helping them learn to eat healthy, exercise, and better manage their disease, while providing healthy food for patients and their families.  This program is fashioned after proven programs in other parts of the country, where success has been demonstrated through improved cooking, food shopping, and eating behaviors, and better health outcomes for participants. This program includes working with local food pantries to implement diabetic-friendly practices and environments.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Leadership: provide leadership, management, and facilitation to ensure that the objectives of the BWFV initiative are embraced and put into practice across the region. Supervise work of BWFV staff, including oversight of the BWFV AmeriCorps program.
  2. Relationship Development: develop and cultivate relationships with community stakeholders in all sectors.
  3. Strategic Planning and Support: provide strategic support and facilitative leadership to the BWFV initiative; establish annual and long-range goals, objectives, strategies and measures subject to approval by BWFV Leadership and Anchor Partners.
  4. Committee and Work Group Support: provide support to all BWFV committees and work groups. This includes guiding the development and implementation of action plans, facilitating meetings, preparing agendas, taking minutes, managing delegated activities, and reporting results.
  5. Budget and Expense Management: develop and monitor the BWFV budget; manage expenses and action plans. Provide regular reports to BWFV Leadership.
  6. Fund Development: Lead the fund development efforts. This includes developing and executing a fund development plan, writing/submitting grants, and reporting on results.
  7. Communications / Marketing: develop and manage a comprehensive communication plan, including written correspondence, website, traditional and social media, and community events. This includes facilitation of the BWFV Communications & Marketing Committee, helping to establish and manage brand integrity, and making presentations to partners, community groups and individuals.
  8. Measurement and Evaluation: help to establish meaningful metrics; assure that data is collected, analyzed, and reported to all stakeholders, and used to inform and improve work of the initiative.
  9. Community Research: assess local needs and opportunities and monitor published research to identify evidence-based best practices for BWFV to consider. 
  10. Public Policy and Advocacy: develop relationships with elected officials, business and community leaders and other groups who play a key role in policy, systems, and environmental changes related to BWFV goals. 
  11. Liaison: When appropriate, represent BWFV in other efforts whose work aligns with BWFV goals.

Work Environment: BWFV is not a legal organization; it is a regional initiative supported by United Way Fox Cities, Anchor Partners, and others. The United Way provides office space; the individual will be expected to travel throughout the tri-county area. Expenses will be reimbursed with prior approval. The position requires flexibility; work may take place both during regular working hours as well as on occasional evenings and weekends. Occasional overnight travel may be required. Duties and responsibilities should be carried out professionally and with integrity; sensitive information treated confidentially.

Education / Experience / Skills:

Education: The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a health, wellness, communications, or related field with general knowledge of health principles related to healthy lifestyles and/or chronic disease. 

Experience: Five years of experience working with coalitions, ideally with a health-related focus. 

Skills: Excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong presentation skills, demonstrated interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills; experience in collaborative problem solving and ability to organize and motivate project teams involving staff and volunteers at all levels. 

Please send a resume, cover letter, and salary requirements by October 6th to BeWell@unitedwayfoxcities.org

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Covey:  Caregiver Flexible Hours (Part-time)

Come join our growing team at Covey!  We are looking for kind, caring, and compassionate workers who want to make a difference.  Covey’s mission is to empower people with disabilities to fully engage with our community.  This position oversees the general supervision of Covey clients while providing high-quality care.  No experience needed; we will train! 

We are hiring for part-time caregiver positions on 1st and 2nd in our Appleton and Oshkosh locations. 

What you will be doing as a Caregiver:

  • Providing Companionship and conversation
  • Organizing fun activities like arts & crafts, basketball, baking, walks and much more!
  • Providing personal cares including toileting, bathing, feeding
  • Passing medication to clients
  • Completing daily documentation of activities

 We offer some pretty great Benefits.  They include:

  • Competitive Wages, Starting at $12+
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Paid Training
  • Wear Jeans to Work
  • Building Connections with Clients & Staff
  • Get Paid to Participate in Fun Outings with Clients
  • Retirement Plan & Company Match

We provide on-the-job training for:

  • CPR/First Aid
  • Medication Administration
  • Standard Precautions
  • Fire Safety

Apply at https://covey.org/careers/

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Wisconsin:  Mentor 2.0 Coordinator

Position Purpose:  The mentor2.0 Coordinator is responsible for the design and implementation of the mentor2.0 program with fidelity to BBBS’s established service delivery model while preparing students for high school graduation and a successful college and post-secondary experience. This position utilizes a technology platform and web-based curriculum to facilitate weekly classroom sessions, oversees monthly face-to-face events, and supports the development of relationships of up to 100 mentoring matches, assuring they progress through program goals and curriculum benchmarks toward high-impact outcomes. The work of the mentor 2.0 Coordinator is critical to providing first generation college-going students with the skills and resources that lead to college readiness and college success. 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

•Design, implement, and evaluate the implementation of the mentor 2.0 program model within the designated school(s)

•Direct seamless large monthly events that inspire matches, strengthen relationships, and maintain the mentor 2.0 program in high regard by all participants (students, mentors, school partners, BBBS staff, visitors, etc).

•Assure overall coordination of event planning and logistics.

•Conduct presentations and facilitate activities at events attended by approximately 100 participants. 

•Lead volunteer and child enrollment and matching, including individual orientations, interviews, volunteer training, and matching. Assure match introductions and conduct match meetings. 

•Build and maintain strong working relationships with key program partners

•Collaborate with colleagues and various teams throughout the organization to achieve agency goals.

•Play an active role in cultivating relationships for the organization and other duties as assigned to support the growth and functioning of the organization 

Education/Experience:

•Bachelor’s degree required in human services, social work, psychology, education, or a related field.

•Experience working with youth preferred.

•Three years’ experience in case-management or human services field required; five + years OR three years’ experience with an advanced degree preferred. 

Critical Skills & Knowledge:

•Excellent organizational and written/oral communication skills required.

•Excellent ability to form and maintain quality relationships with volunteers, donors, staff, and board.

•Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team player.

•Must work with a high degree of flexibility, accuracy, and attention to detail in a fast-paced   environment.

•Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects at once.

•Demonstrated ability to effectively use Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, and Excel in alignment with daily responsibilities.

•Ability to identify, develop and utilize available community services and resources to benefit staff and agency.

•Ability to effectively collaborate with other staff in a team-oriented environment •Ability to relate well in multi-cultural environments. 

Compensation:

The compensation for this Full-Time position is competitive pay commensurate with experience. Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, vacation, holidays, wellness days, 403b retirement account and an Employee Assistance Plan. 

To Apply:  DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 7, 2020               

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@bbbsecw.org or mail:

Jaime Kriewaldt, Chief Program Officer, Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Wisconsin, 1331 American Drive, Neenah, WI 54659 

Big Brothers Big Sisters is an Affirmative Action Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining a community which welcomes and values a climate supporting equal opportunity and difference among its members. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

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Pillars, Inc.:  Property Maintenance Technician

Position Summary:  The full-time Property Maintenance Technician is responsible for routine and preventive maintenance, primarily at rental properties. Pillars is a non-profit agency based out of Appleton and its mission is to provide shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Under the direction of the Stable Housing Director, duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • General maintenance of buildings and resident units.
  • Prepare vacant units for move-in, painting, cleaning and carpet cleaning.
  • Drywall repair, carpentry, minor HVAC, plumbing, and electrical repairs.
  • Perform and/or arrange for scheduled preventive maintenance and cleaning, track and record completion. Complete inspections, and maintain logs and records.
  • Prepare sites for maintenance and rehab projects, including gathering materials and tools required to complete projects as scheduled.
  • Participate in staff meetings and trainings.
  • Share responsibility of being on call for emergencies.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Strong mechanical and problem solving abilities.
  • Well organized and able to work independently.
  • Attentive to detail.
  • Good knowledge of working a tablet or smartphone for timekeeping and work order processing.
  • Ability to flex schedule to adapt to change and priorities.
  • Ability to physically lift 60 pounds.
  • Valid driver’s license and able to meet vehicle insurance policy.

 Education and/or Experience:

High School diploma or equivalent required. 2 years of experience in maintenance preferred. 

Compensation:
The compensation for this Full-Time position is $16.31/hr.  Competitive benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, vacation, holidays, sick leave, short & long term disability, life insurance, 401k retirement account and an Employee Assistance Plan. 

To Apply:   DEADLINE TO APPLY:  9/28/19 8:00am

Send resume and cover letter to:

Tracy Melzl, Human Resources Assistant, Pillars, Inc., 605 E Hancock Street, Appleton, WI 54911 

Pillars is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining a community which welcomes and values a climate supporting equal opportunity and difference among its members. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

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Jakes's Diapers:  Director of Community Engagement

Job Summary:  Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Community Engagement is a results oriented leader who brings a balance of strategic thinking, operational excellence, a strong people management capability, superior relationship building skills and a can-do attitude. The Director of Community Engagement is an inspiring team player, working creatively, strategically and collaboratively with colleagues, community partners and business partners to meet organizational goals.

Essential Duties:

  • The Director of Community Engagement inspires and leads the cultivation, development and maintenance of relationships with key community stakeholders to generate passion, revenue and in-kind donations to support the mission and vision of Jake’s Diapers, with an emphasis on initiatives supporting Eastern Wisconsin.
  • Strategy development and execution, with an emphasis on identifying a sustainable model and growth pattern is crucial. 
  • The ideal candidate will have to demonstrate the ability to work in an environment requiring high level thought leadership, effective team management skills, creative utilization of volunteers, limited infrastructure and unpredictability in the daily workforce.
  • The Director of Community Engagement is accountable for ensuring a high quality and engaging volunteer experience.

Qualifications:

  • The Director of Community Engagement needs the attributes of a teacher and coach with the skills and expertise of a strong manager who can develop, build and motivate a performance-oriented team to execute the core operations of the Hope Factory distribution center.
  • Exceptionally strong communication skills, drive, high energy level and problem-solving abilities combined with creative and strategic vision will be critical for the success of this individual is preferred.
  • Given the cross-organization nature of this position, an ability to work across all disciplines and throughout the organization in a persuasive and credible manner is a requirement.

 DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 1st, 2020 by 10:00 am CST.

Send resume and cover letter to stephanie@jakesdiapers.org or mail:

Stephanie Bowers, Executive Director, Jake’s Diapers, Inc., 1775 Bohm Drive, Little Chute, WI 54140

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Pillars, Inc.:  Resource Center Associate (Part-time)

Position Summary:   From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community. The Pillars Resource Center provides a safe, welcoming environment where people who are experiencing homelessness and not connected to resources or services can go to engage in services.  Our vision is for it to be the “hub” of all housing related services. 

The Resource Center Associate is part of a team that provides services to clients accessing the Pillars Resource Center. We are seeking a responsible and energetic individual with a passion for serving people experiencing homelessness to work 15 hours per week. 

The Resource Center Associate’s general responsibilities include fostering hope and healing by coordinating day room activities, assessing and meeting the needs of our guests, leading and facilitating groups, creating a safe and clean environment, and maintaining the group schedule. 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Facilitate an established daily schedule including activities, the client chore list, accepting donations, space transition, and clean up
  • Completes new client registrations, conducts new client orientations and assists with other client paperwork
  • Assist our clients by providing referrals and resources including applying for shelter
  • Engages clients and introduces them to other services and service providers in the center
  • Work with outside agencies to arrange for needed services at the resource center
  • Enforce rules and procedures and ensure that the resource center provides a clean, safe and welcoming environment for volunteers, clients and staff at all times
  • Communicate regularly with other staff members and leadership to ensure consistency and quality of service.
  • Provide crisis management when needed and as appropriate
  • Maintain professional boundaries with clients and set appropriate limits as needed
  • Collaborate with agency staff to review cases and make recommendations to aid in client success
  • Maintain agency and client confidentiality
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings
  • Other duties as assigned

 Core Competencies and Qualifications: 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Positive attitude
  • Ability to work in a team environment

 Education and/or Experience: 

  • High school diploma or equivalency degree (GED, HSED) is required; post-secondary education in Human Services field is preferred.  Previous experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness or families/individuals with mental health, AODA, legal, or other issues is preferred.
  • Availability to work 8 hour shifts, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, varied days during the week 

Compensation: 

The compensation for this part-time position is $12.14/hour. 

To Apply:  Deadline to Apply:  September 28, 2020 9:00am 

Send resume and cover letter to tmelzl@pillarsinc.org or mail:

Tracy Melzl, Human Resources Assistant, Pillars, Inc., 605 E Hancock Street, Appleton, WI 54911 

Pillars is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining a community which welcomes and values a climate supporting equal opportunity and difference among its members. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

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Appleton Housing Authority:  Residential Maintenance Tech

The Appleton Housing Authority is seeking a Maintenance person to join our successful property management team.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Essential duties include routine maintenance, drywall repairs, minor HVAC, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, grounds keeping, snow removal, equipment maintenance, and the ability to lift heavy objects & operate a variety of power and manual tools.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Candidates should have a minimum of 1-3  years of hands-on experience in apartment maintenance.
  • Must have excellent communication skills, a good attitude, be pro-active, a team player but able to work independently.
  • Maintaining great communication with property managers, tenants and other staff.
  • Proficiency in working with hand held devices (smartphones) and learning electronic work order systems.
  • Must possess strong motivation to get the job done right. 
  • The ideal candidate will have a well rounded and proven knowledge of residential building preventative maintenance practices.
  • Must be computer literate and have a valid driver license with a good driving record.

This opportunity is a full-time position with a full range of benefits offered and a competitive salary.  Send Resume’ with references to: D. Dillenberg, c/o Appleton Housing Authority 925 W. Northland Ave. Appleton, WI 54914  or email at debrad@appletonhousing.org

Appleton Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Oshkosh Area Community Pantry:  Program Manager

Reports to:      Executive Director     Supervises:     Volunteers 

Job Summary:  The Program Manager initiates, organizes and implements all OACP programs.  The Program Manager coordinates all marketing, branding and volunteer recruitment efforts for OACP.  The Program Manager serves as a member of the OACP leadership team. 

Essential Duties:

Program Management:

  • Manage all OACP programs, including but not limited to: Food4Kids, Kids Corner, School Pantry Program, and deliveries. This entails close collaboration with the Inventory and Operations Managers to ensure food and volunteer resources are available to successfully implement all programs.
  • Prepare all program budgets.
  • Provide monthly reports and statistics as requested by the Executive Director.
  • Create new programs to address client needs.
  • Oversee and implement efforts to maximize the nutritional quality of all food distributed by the OACP. 

Marketing, Branding, Recruitment and Outreach:

  • Lead all OACP marketing efforts, including but not limited to press releases, social media and direct mailings.
  • Lead volunteer recruitment efforts, including but not limited to email messaging, participation in volunteer fairs, direct outreach to local organizations (churches, businesses, service organizations), and use of social media to reach potential volunteers. 

Fund Development:

  • Oversee proper entry of donation information into the Salesforce database.
  • Collaborate with the Executive Director on identifying and utilizing new and existing funding sources, including but not limited to foundations, businesses, churches, service organizations and individuals.
  • Assist with annual OACP fundraisers. 

Community Outreach:

  • Collaborate with other non-profit and service organizations to create, implement and evaluate joint programs and services.
  • Work with the Operations Manager to effectively reward and recognize volunteers to build a positive and supportive organizational culture. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social services, business, non-profit or human services preferred.
  • Five years of experience in business, non-profits, social work or related area.
  • Three years of supervisory/managerial and fundraising experience.
  • Ability to work with various web-based software applications, including Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated leadership skills and knowledge of leadership and management principles as they relate to non-profit organizations.
  • Knowledge of marketing and branding.
  • Knowledge of volunteer recruitment and retention.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead, teach, train and supervise volunteers.
  • Food Pantry experience.
  • A record of integrity, flexibility and continuous learning. 

Working Conditions:

Physical Demands:

  • Frequent: sitting, hearing, talking, visual, typing.
  • Occasional: standing, reaching, lifting.
  • Seldom: walking/running, driving, bending/kneeling, fine dexterity, manual dexterity, upper extremity repetitive motion, lifting/carrying up to 50 lbs., and pushing/pulling up to 75lbs. 

 Non-Physical Demands:

  • Frequent: analysis/reasoning, communication/interpretation, reading, sustained mental activity (problem-solving, composing reports, etc.), and writing. 

Environmental Demands:

  • Frequent: work alone, task changes, high volume public contact, occasional tedious, exacting work.
  • Seldom: dust, temperature extremes, loud noises, physical danger, and toxic substances (i.e., slovents, pesticides, cleaning chemicals, etc.) 

 Work Schedule:

  • Nature of role frequently requires irregular, unpredictable or long hours. 

Demands/Deadlines:

  • Work requires frequent, substantial contacts with people in highly stressful situations; delicacy and unpredictability of contacts routinely creates considerable strain or stress.

To Apply:  Submit cover letter and resume to director@oacptoday.org

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Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin:  Member Services Assistant

MEMBER POSITION TITLE:  Member Services Assistant 

HOST SITE: Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. 2911 W Evergreen Dr, Appleton, WI 54913 

OVERVIEW: This position will help to get healthy nutritious food into the community and to the people that need it due to COVID 19 and other factors.  By helping at our mobile food distributions, the member will be safely (PPE provided) getting boxes of food to hundreds of families a day.  They will also be connecting families with resources such as FoodShare, health insurance, energy assistance, etc.  The member will help sort and package food to go out to the community. 

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist with offsite mobile food deliveries to communities (PPE provided.)
  • Ensure safety and best practices for volunteers and clients at mobile distributions
  • Assist with planning, executing, and promoting mobile distributions
  • Assist with FoodShare outreach activities (by phone)
  • Provide support and technical assistance for clients during the application process.
  • Community outreach and education about FoodShare benefits and eligibility requirements
  • Provide education about community resources to support those who are food insecure
  • Promote FoodShare program to partners and local agencies to promote awareness
  • Lead volunteer groups in food sorting
  • Assist in coordinating TEFAP communications and data collection and metrics
  • Nutrition education to food pantry participants
  • Creating and sharing recipes using monthly TEFAP products to share with networks
  • Perform compliance checks for TEFAP and partner agencies
  • Accurate data collection and documentation 

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:  

  • College degree. Applicants who are in progress of obtaining a college degree are encouraged to apply as well.
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Ability to learn and navigate a database
  • Interest in working with outreach activities
  • Must be at least 18 years old at the time of service
  • U.S Citizen, U.S National, or Lawful permanent resident alien of the U.S
  • Provide information and complete, and pass a criminal history check

TRAINING:

  • Member will receive onsite training for mobile food distributions. 
  • Extensive in person training will be provided when it comes to the FoodShare assistance, TEFAP procedures, and member compliance
  • BWFV AmeriCorps Program will offer additional training opportunities for professional development including conflict resolution, citizenship, and volunteer management.

OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Member Term of Service:
    • The Member’s service term will start on 9/1/2020 through 8/31/2021. 
  • Time Requirements:
    • The member is expected to serve 1,700 hours during the service term, which averages to 35-40 hours a week during the service term period.
  • Benefits:
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month, and will receive a gross living allowance of $594.96per pay period.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: Award amount of $6,195.00.
    • 1,700 hour service positions are eligible for health insurance and childcare reimbursement (if eligible).
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments.
    • Immersion experience in community health and human service offerings. 

CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE (if applicable):

  • Please send application materials by October 1st to Cassie Faulks, at cfaulks@feedingamericawi.org OR mail to Feeding America Eastern WI, ATTN: Cassie Faulks. 2911 W Evergreen Drive, Appleton, WI 54913
  • OR to Amanda Ross, AmeriCorps Program Manager at Amanda.ross@unitedwayfoxcities.org OR mail to United Way Fox Cities, ATTN: Amanda Ross. 1455 Midway Road, Menasha, WI 54952.

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Fox Valley Advance Care Planning Partnership:  Outreach Coordinator

MEMBER POSITION TITLE:  Outreach Coordinator 

HOST SITE: Fox Valley Advance Care Planning Partnership, with support from Mosaic Family Health, 229 S Morrison St., Appleton, WI 54911

OVERVIEW: Advance care planning is making sure the people who matter know what matters most. It is thinking about, talking about, and writing down wishes for future health care, especially if a person loses the ability to communicate. This is important in a health crisis and, ultimately, to ensure seriously ill or dying people receive care that aligns with their values and personal beliefs about quality of life. Advance care planning includes important legal documents, as well as ongoing and extensive conversations with loved ones, health care professionals, and other trusted people. The Fox Valley Advance Care Planning Partnership is a communitywide coalition striving to normalize advance care planning and make it an integral part of living.

With support of the Director, the Outreach Coordinator will help to deliver and evaluate outreach programming and other activities designed to build knowledge and skills for effective advance care planning. The Outreach Coordinator will also develop a volunteer management system to support volunteers and community partners. 

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinates community-based advance care planning outreach. This will include planning, delivery and evaluation of multi-session classes and programming in diverse settings (such as worksites, faith-based organizations, community centers, etc.) and modes (in person, virtual, workshops, etc.).
  • Collects and analyzes data on programming and outreach efforts through administration of surveys, participant interviews, and secondary data analysis.
  • Creates and distributes education and marketing materials, such as handouts, fliers, and digital media.
  • Adapts educational tools and outreach programming to ensure equity and meet needs of underserved populations.
  • Develops procedures for ongoing volunteer management and mobilization, recruitment, and support.
  • Prepares and delivers general education about advance care planning, related topics, and local resources.

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:  

  • The ideal candidate will hold an Associates or Bachelor’s degree in public health, community health education, health promotion and wellness, health sciences, social work, nursing, or related fields.
  • Be 18 years or older at the beginning of their service
  • Hold a high school diploma or equivalent
  • U.S Citizen, U.S National, or Lawful permanent resident alien of the U.S
  • Provide information and complete, and pass a criminal history check (see note at the end of the application).

TRAINING:

  • The AmeriCorps member will receive training as a certified advance care planning facilitator.
  • The AmeriCorps member will participate in various advance care planning-related communities of practice from state and national partners such as Honoring Choices Wisconsin, the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC), the Centers to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC), The Conversation Project in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and others.
  • BWFV AmeriCorps Program will offer additional training opportunities for professional development including conflict resolution, citizenship, and volunteer management.

OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Member Term of Service:
    • The Member’s service term will start on 9/1/2020 through 8/31/2021. 
  • Time Requirements:
    • The member is expected to serve 1,700 hours, which averages to 35-40 hours/week during the service term period.
  • Benefits:
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month, and will receive a gross living allowance of $594.96 per pay period.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: Award amount $6,195.00
    • 1,700 hour service positions are eligible for health insurance and childcare reimbursement (if eligible).
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments.
    • Immersion experience in community health and human service offerings. 

CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE (if applicable):

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes:  Senior Major Gifts Leader

Department:  Fund Development

Location:  Eau Claire And Central Wisconsin with surrounding areas 

Reports to:  Chief Development Officer 

Salary Grade:  ($37,000 - $40,000 annual) 

Job Summary:  This is a professional leadership position with responsibility for securing funding via major donors, United Way, grant opportunities, special events and other resources in a specific regional within the Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes. This position has one direct report. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Serve as the fund development representative for GSNWGL in the area making direct solicitations of donors, planning events, and other relevant fund development activities, with a strong emphasis in major gifts.
  • Work with and coordinate Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc. staff and volunteer attendance at required funding meetings.
  • Research new grant opportunities in the region and surrounding areas of Wisconsin. Conduct the full range of activities required to prepare, submit and manage United Way and grant proposals and reports.
  • Attend regional team meetings and other GSNWGL staff functions as applicable. This includes limited travel as expected within an approximate 150-mile radius.
  • Prepare personal thank you notes and additional stewardship items/steps as appropriate based on funder preference. Includes scheduled interaction with major donors and foundation/United Way contacts.
  • Directly supervise a Fund Development Coordinator/Manager supporting the Wausau (and surrounding) community.
  • Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities in the territory.
  • Be an active member of community group(s).
  • Represent the Council in a professional and personable manner.
  • Build and develop relationships with community and corporate leaders. 
  • May conduct presentations to business, community and civic organizations.
  • Obtain new high-level program, event, and council-wide sponsors.
  • Work with members of the Regional Advisory Committees (RAC) in the specified region. 
  • Staff and support RAC meetings.
  • Coordination of special events, small socials and outreach activities developed and supported by the committee.

Apply via our web page at:

https://www.gsnwgl.org/en/about-girl-scouts/careers---culture.html

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SOAR Fox Cities:  Volunteer Program Assistant - AmeriCorps Half-Time Member

POSITION BACKGROUND & OVERVIEW:  This is a position through Marshfield Clinic Health System's Volunteer WI AmeriCorps Program. The AmeriCorps member will train in volunteer management and help strengthen and support SOAR Fox Cities' volunteer program. 

TERM OF SERVICE:  10/12/2020—8/31/2021*

*Member must serve at least 900 hours during the term of service, averaging 20 hours of service per week. However, weekly scheduling is flexible (some weeks may involve more hours, some may involve less) and can be worked out between the Member and Agency. 

BENEFITS:

  • Living allowance paid every two weeks during term of service.  Payments are approximately $297 biweekly.
  • Education award of $3,097.50 is provided upon successful completion of service.
  • MCHS AmeriCorps service gear provided by program. 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Develop, promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer opportunities within the organization.
  • Respond to volunteer inquiries via phone and email.
  • Assist with volunteer recruitment.
  • Screen volunteer applications and conduct background/reference checks as needed.
  • Conduct and/or arrange for volunteer orientation and training.
  • Post volunteer opportunities and handle scheduling for agency’s volunteer activities.
  • Survey staff regularly to assess needs for volunteer assistance.
  • Assist with data entry and record keeping of volunteer files.
  • Enter volunteer hours in database.
  • Assist with volunteer appreciation and recognition activities and events.

To apply:  Submit cover letter and resume to ashley@soarfoxcities.com

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Wild Ones Natural Landscapers, Ltd.:  Executive Director

OVERVIEW:  The Executive Director is the leader and primary representative of the organization, responsible for accomplishing Wild Ones’ mission through management of staff, national programs, fundraising, chapter and membership development, and partnerships with other organizations. Reports to the Board of Directors through the Board President. Hours negotiable.

LOCATION:  May be based at the national headquarters, the WILD Center in Neenah, Wisconsin, or may be remotely based.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Leadership & Organization Management

The Wild Ones Executive Director will:

▪       Lead Wild Ones in advocating for natural landscaping with native plants.

▪       Promote Wild Ones by serving as the organization’s primary public representative. Provide a positive image and experience of the organization while advancing its mission through excellent written and oral communication. Regularly communicate with board, chapters, members, partners and staff.

▪       Direct staff in their work to increase membership. Evaluate and report membership trends.

▪       Develop tactics and manage resources that achieve the organization’s mission and strategic goals as set by the Board of Directors.

▪       Ensure adherence to Wild Ones’ policies and guidelines.

▪       Report to and serve as an ex-officio member of the Board; advise the board and its committees as needed.

▪       Manage operations and use available resources in an efficient, effective, and secure manner.

▪       Hire, develop, supervise, and retain appropriate staff as budgeted. Sustain a positive work culture that supports Wild Ones values and encourages collaboration, innovation, and high performance.

▪       Ensure the WILD Center’s efficient functioning through staff and volunteers.

 Internal and External Communications

▪       Communicate Wild Ones mission, goals, activities, and accomplishments regularly to members, staff, the board, honorary directors, chapters, and the general public.

▪       Provide input, review, and oversee production of the Wild Ones Journal; oversee production of educational and promotional materials

Fundraising and Development

▪       Lead and oversee fundraising.

▪       Promote membership and chapter development through personal contacts, professional presentations, marketing activities, and effective member services.

▪       Identify opportunities for, and promote development of, partnerships with like-minded organizations to advance Wild Ones mission. 

Financial Oversight

▪       Develop an annual operating budget for Board approval in collaboration with the Board Finance Committee.

▪       Ensure financial audits, reviews, tax returns, grants, and contracts are completed on a timely basis.

▪       Advise the Board on, and ensure compliance with, all state and federal regulations.

▪       Safeguard the organization’s assets and provide timely reports to the Board of Directors to keep members informed of operational, fundraising, and financial status, and any issues that arise.

▪       Maintain financial controls in consultation with the Finance Committee. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

ESSENTIAL

▪       3+ years of management experience in a non-profit organization, including:

    • Budgeting and financial management,
    • Managing office operations and service programs,
    • Managing staff, and
    • Fundraising and grant-seeking.

▪       Public relations experience with the ability to engage with a range of stakeholders and cultures.

▪       Experience with on-line communication and marketing tools, including use of websites and social media, as well as publication of printed materials.

▪       College degree or equivalent experience in a field related to environmental education or organization management.

DESIRABLE

▪       Experience managing a multi-state or multi-chapter volunteer organization.

▪       Background in working with a governing board.

▪       Experience promoting and managing organizational partnerships.

▪       Knowledge of:

    • State and federal requirements governing non-profit organizations.
    • Environmental issues, the science related to them, and knowledge of natural landscaping and native plants.

To Apply. . . send resume and cover letter to edsearch@wildones.org.

Salary range $55,000 – 62,000, depending on experience and background. Hours negotiable.

This position will be open until filled.

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Bletzinger Rehabilitation House, Inc.:  Executive Director

Bletzinger Rehabilitation House is a Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) that houses mental health consumers and those that are dually diagnosed with substance addiction. We have 7 two bedroom apartments that provide residents with the opportunity to practice independent living skills.

Job Summary:  The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the daily management of the staff, program, budget and physical plant. The ED promotes programming and services to potential referral sources across the state, primarily county mental health programs, and maintains positive relations with these agencies.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • The successful candidate will possess the personal attributes of flexibility, organization, self-motivation, self-determination, self-reliance, a sense of humor, patience, and the ability to work without supervision.
  • The ED reports to, and works cooperatively, with a volunteer Board of Directors.
  • The ED must possess the physical and emotional capacity to multi-task and address the issues that regularly arise when supervising services for mental health consumers.
  • The ability to navigate two flights of stairs is essential.
  • Occasional weekend and overnight hours may be required when the need arises.
  • CBRF Certification and Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program certification are required within 3 months of hire.
  • Annual CBRF and mental health training required.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in the human service field, plus at least three years’ experience in administration, mental health services, personnel supervision and budget/bookkeeping oversight are required.
  • Knowledge and/or experience working in a non-profit agency, with mentally ill and AODA consumers, as well as experience working in a residential facility, are a plus.
  • Criminal and caregiver background checks required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

PERSONNEL

1.         Recruit, interview, hire and orient new employees.

2.         Review employee performance according to established guidelines for probationary status and annual review process.

3.         Maintain personnel files in accordance with Federal and State Wage and Labor Standards as well as WI DHS licensing requirements, CBRF regulations, and CCS certifications.

4.         Develop and maintain Personnel Handbook and Policy and Procedure Manual. Ensure that staff are aware of, and following, necessary rules and policies. 

PROGRAM

1.         Monitor day-to-day program operations of RHI.

2.         Participate in the on-call schedule along with Resident Service Coordinators.

3.         Ensure that the focus of the program matches the needs and desires of the referral sources, responding to changing trends in service needs as identified.

4.         Preserve the integrity of individualized, person-centered service provision.

5.         Oversight of Individual Service Plan (ISP) development for each resident, and subsequent implementation.

6.         Assist with, and oversee, activity planning for the residents to ensure they receive a variety of healthy social and educational opportunities. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS

1.         Present a professional image, open communication and positive relations with neighbors, member of the community, referral sources, residents’ families, and other RHI customers.

2.         Promote the mission of RHI as well as that of all community mental health service providers in order to educate and advocate for mental health consumers to decrease the stigma associated with these illnesses.

3.         Market RHI services to potential referral sources in order to maintain RHI census.

4.         Create and maintain the agency’s website and promotional materials.

5.         Develop and distribute an Annual Report each year. 

RESIDENT PLACEMENTS

1.         Screen referrals and conduct assessments of referrals to determine appropriateness for placement at RHI.

2.         Oversee staff as they maintain residents’ charts, files, ISP, coordination with referral sources and community contacts, all while maintaining strict confidentiality.

3.         Work with staff to assist residents in achieving their goals towards independence and recovery.

4.         Participate in staffings with RSCs, residents and their community support team in order to ensure RHI is providing necessary services and support for each resident. 

PURCHASING & FINANCE

1.         Responsible for purchases for facility.

2.         Oversee HUD paperwork and voucher process.

3.         Provide checks and balances for bookkeeper’s work.

4.         Oversee payroll process by approving time cards and reconciling with accountant once she has entered information into QuickBooks. 

5.         Review, approve, and track employee requests for vacation and holiday time off.

6.         Keep accurate, up-to-date records of full time employee use of PTO.

7.         Seek appropriate grant opportunities and funding through established grant writing procedures. If grant monies are received, responsible for tracking and reporting as requested by funding source.

8.         Provide written Director’s Report regarding activities, concerns and expenses of the past month to the members prior to each monthly Board Meeting.

To apply, submit a cover letter and a resume to bletzhouse@gmail.com

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Christ The King Lutheran Church:  Volunteer Coordinator/Office Manager (Part-time)

Christ the King Lutheran Church, Combined Locks, Wisconsin, is hiring a part-time (22.5 hours per week) Volunteer Coordinator/Office Manager.

Job Summary:  Ideal candidate has skills to welcome people, recruit, equip, and empower volunteers, work in a multi-staff environment, and have proficiency in daily office tasks.

Responsibilities:  The primary responsibilities include reception of people, interface with staff, managing church calendars, writing, communication and interpersonal skills.  Other skills include creativity, ability to multi-task, flexibility, adaptability, and proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite and Constant Contact. 

Send resumes and cover letters to Molly Mueller hcqhmolly@tds.net

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Wild Ones Natural Landscapers, Ltd.:  Accounting Manager

ABOUT US   (https://wildones.org)

Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes is a national nonprofit environmental organization with 60 chapters in 20 states. Our mission is to promote environmentally sound landscaping practices that protect biodiversity through the preservation, restoration, and establishment of native plant communities. We have a small national office that supports the work of members and chapters and leads the organization in planning, advocacy, and policy guidance.

THE NEED

An Accounting Manager to provide financial management for the National Office, its Mission-related programs and projects, and our chapters nationwide. The position reports to the Executive Director.

LOCATION

WILD Center, 2285 Butte des Morts Beach Road, Neenah, WI 54956.  Candidates should live in the Fox Valley region of Wisconsin

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Bookkeeping, Financial Reporting, and Annual Budgeting
  • Payroll, including Quarterly and Annual Filings
  • Chapter Support: Financial Inquiries, Dues Reimbursement, and EOY Financials
  • Annual 990, Related State Tax Returns, and 1099s
  • Relationship Management: Vendors, Grantors, Key Donors, and Board Committees, Projects, and Working Groups
  • Governance and Compliance: Annual State Filings, Internal Controls, Policy Compliance, MOU Compliance, and 501c3 Status Maintenance
  • Accounting Training: Staff and Chapter Officers

QUALIFICATIONS

PROFESSIONAL

  • A minimum of 3 years Bookkeeping, Payroll, and QuickBooks experience
  • Experience with nonprofit fund accounting, budgeting, and functional reporting
  • Proficient in QuickBooks Online, Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Accounting Degree

WORK STYLE

  • Highly organized, analytical, and detail oriented
  • Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, and complete tasks with a minimum of direction
  • Must be a quick learner, flexible, eager, responsive, and especially able to work well under deadlines and other pressures

INTERPERSONAL

  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills
  • Maintain positive work atmosphere through personal actions and communication that fosters effective relationships with co-workers and supervisors
  • Ability to resolve conflicts in a professional manner; courteous of co-workers, members, volunteers, sponsors, and vendors

HELPFUL

  • Knowledge of environmental issues
  • Familiarity with natural landscaping and native plants

NOTE:  We don’t expect our ideal candidate to possess all of the above requirements. We are looking for someone with a positive attitude who is quick learner and willing to do whatever is needed to support Wild Ones’ financial operations.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

  • $37,500 - $41,500 salary per year based on qualifications and experience
  • Employee defined work hours per week – just get the job done
  • Flexible schedule
  • Work in-office and/or remotely
  • Paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, jury duty, and bereavement leave
  • SIMPLE IRA retirement plan; up to 3%company match
  • Aflac insurance products available

TO APPLY

  • Email cover letter and resume as a single pdf document AcctMgr   @   wildones.org.  Name your file: Last name_First name_Accounting_Manager.pdf
  • Applications will be reviewed as they are received and accepted until the position is filled.  The position is open immediately, so apply early!

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First Five Fox Valley:  Family Resource Navigator

An early childhood collaborative with cross-sector representation, that serves as the framework for systems-level change to improve outcomes for children and their families. 

Job Summary: The Family Resource Navigator is a critical organizational role which serves as the primary point of contact leveraging a multi-agency database to link families with young children to existing resources in the community and provide the necessary follow-up to ensure the referrals are effective. 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage incoming calls, emails, and other messages to the central access point and record intake information in family outreach database. 
  • Build trusting relationships with families to identify and support concerns and/or needs. 
  • Develop understanding of family support network, coordinate digital family resource guide, and leverage this network to provide appropriate, relationship-based referrals for families. 
  • Conduct follow-up with families via phone, mail and/or email to ensure effectiveness of referral and provide additional support. 
  • Support community partners with information and organizational referrals. 
  • Promote Help Me Grow within targeted communities. 
  • Other duties as assigned including, but not limited to, supporting other FFFV projects and initiatives.

 Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

  • Enthusiastic and adaptable personality with a passion for helping families thrive. 
  • Knowledge and experience in child development and family support services. 
  • Understanding of privacy laws and commitment to respecting family confidentiality. 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to effectively provide and receive feedback. 
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred. Associates degree in early childhood development or related health or human services field plus one year of experience working with children and families will be considered. 
  • Demonstrated ability to use current technology effectively and acquire new technology skills. 
  • A valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and access to a car is preferred. 
  • Must pass a criminal background check prior to employment offer and periodically thereafter. 

There are multiple placements available for this hourly position between 20-40 hours/week. Compensation will be commensurate with education and experience. Competitive benefits including health insurance, dental, retirement, and paid time off available for full time candidates. Ability to work a varied schedule including early mornings, evenings and occasional weekends is required. 

To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume via email to Marchelle Moten, Director, First Five Fox Valley at director@firstfivefoxvalley.org no later than September 11, 2020.

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Memorial Presbyterian Church:  Financial Office Assistant/Bookkeeper

Job Summary:  As a Financial Office Assistant, you will assist the office manager with financial functions.

Job Duties:

  • Processes payroll and maintain appropriate records including year-end
  • W2S and 1099 reports
  • Pay, file and keep records of all payroll tax and withholding reports
  • Produce monthly financial reports for session and finance committee
  • Maintain memorial contribution records and process gift acknowledgments
  • Assist team in annual campaign for contributions and pledges
  • Process all accounts receivables with proper record keeping, weekly contributions, online donations, e-giving records and authorizations
  • Record and maintain information on pledges
  • Track and prepare reports for individual contributors at least quarterly and upon request
  • Process all accounts payable and maintain files
  • Make financial reports available for the annual audit
  • Assist in compiling information and providing financial reports as requested for newsletters, worship bulletins and annual reports
  • Provide support to church treasurer and finance committee 

Full posting can be reviewed at: https://cadreservices.com/job/financial-office-assistant/

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Child Care Resource & Referral, Inc.:  Various Early Care and Education Positions

Looking for a career in early care and education? We can help! CCR&R's JobLine is a safe and effective way to find the position your looking for! Updated daily! 

Visit the CCR&R Child Care JobLine for up to date postings of early care and education job positions in the Fox Valley!  https://ccrrfoxvalley.org/jobline/ 

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NAMI Fox Valley, Inc.:  Iris Place Peer Companion (Part-time - 4am-12pm Shift)

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

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

Primary Responsibility:

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

Major Position Functions:

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

 Hours:

The individual in this position typically will be responsible for covering three eight-hour shifts per week (may include weekends and holidays), typically from 4:00 a.m. through 12:00 p.m. The individual also will be responsible for attending regular staff meetings and other meetings and trainings. The individual also may be asked to cover additional peer companion shifts as the need arises. 

Qualifications:

  • Identify with lived experience with mental health challenges and/or substance abuse and be willing to utilize their lived experience in peer support.
  • Possess deep knowledge and experience with peer support. Certification as a Peer Specialist preferred.
  • Positive philosophy toward wellness and recovery and demonstrated ability to approach and support individuals through intentional listening, compassion and understanding/knowledge of the mental health system and community resources.
  • Ability to work effectively and handle multiple concurrent tasks and projects with minimal supervision.
  • Possess excellent customer service skills. Be able to professionally present self and maintain positive relationships through both internal and external communication.
  • Ability to work with a variety of individuals.
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior, cultural awareness and ability to build trust and rapport in all activities involving individuals of diverse backgrounds.
  • Possess basic computer skills including word processing, data entry and e-mail/Internet.
  • Ability to lift 25 pounds.

Preferred (NOT required) Peer Support Experience:

  • Peer Specialist Certification
  • Recovery Coach Training Certificate
  • Emotional CPR
  • Intentional Peer Support
  • Mental health or substance use recovery support group facilitation
  • Alternative Support / Healthy Living Trainers 

Values:

Iris Place is values-based, and there is an expectation that staff, volunteers and guests will hold the values of the space. Peer Companions are expected to fully understand and uphold the values of Iris Place. 

Our Values:

  • We believe that healing happens in relationships.
  • We believe in hope and that recovery is possible for everyone.
  • We believe in respect for self and others.
  • We believe in creating a space that is welcome and healing. 

TO APPLY: Email a cover letter and resume to Paula Verrett, Iris Place Program Director, at paula@namifoxvalley.org by August 28, 2020. 

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

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Certified Peer Specialist

Job Summary:  Engages and encourages mental health service recipients in recovery. The Peer Specialist provides service recipients with a sense of belonging, supportive relationships, valued roles and sense of community. The goal is to promote wellness, independent living, self-direction, recovery focus, enhancing the skill and ability of service recipients to meet their chosen goals. The Peer Specialist works with service recipients as equals, except in having more recovery experience and training. 

Essential Functions:

  • Helps service recipients understand recovery and achieve their own recovery needs, wants and goals.
  • Provides service recipients with very clear definitions of recovery and its components.
  • Encourages service recipients to become self-directed, focus on their strengths, exercise use of natural supports and view themselves as helpful, not just helped.
  • Assists service recipients with constructing their own Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP), or another recovery plan.
  • Helps persons in crisis explore options that may be beneficial to their recovery and to maintaining stability.
  • Provides culturally-sensitive and age-specific services. Continue to increase knowledge in this area.
  • Participates in a multi-disciplinary team environment.

Job Qualifications:

  • Group facilitation or co-facilitation experience preferred.
  • Both completion of Wellness Recovery Action Plan or another plan for self, and knowledge of how to run a group assisting service recipients in how to write their own Wellness Recovery Action Plan, or another plan.
  • Basic knowledge of how to assist service recipients with locating community resources.
  • Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Certification as a Peer Specialist required

 Salary based on experience.

TO APPLY:  Email a cover letter and resume to ywoerishofer@vpind.com

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Substance Use Disorder Specialist

Job Summary:  This person works as an agent of the county to facilitate case management services including but not limited to Referrals for services, Admissions to residential services, Processing funding for services, Consultation with Child, Youth and Family, crisis services, and other entities as needed. The SUD Specialist may provide treatment to Comprehensive Community Service (CCS) consumers with a substance use disorder. Works under the direction of a CCS Supervisor as required under DHS 36, and works within the State of Wisconsin scope of practice. 

Job Qualifications:  Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services or related field and certification as a Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) or Licensed by the State of Wisconsin as a Clinical Substance Counselor (CSAC) through an accredited program. Minimum 2 years of clinical experience preferred.

TO APPLY:  Email a cover letter and resume to ywoerishofer@vpind.com

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Forklift Driver - 1st Shift

Job Summary:  Under direct supervision operates industrial forklift or clamp to move materials in the warehouse, load and unload truck trailers or shipping containers. Supplies the production floor with raw materials accurately and efficiently. Removes all finished products from the production floor and returns it to its proper location. Performs other duties as assigned. 

Essential Functions:

1.         Operates forklift or clamp to load, unload, transport, or stack incoming and outgoing material.

2.         Inspects product load for accuracy and transfers it safely around the warehouse or facility to ensure prompt and accurate delivery; accurately recording the location of inventory.

3.         Manually or mechanically loads, or unloads materials from or to pallets, skids, platforms, lifting devices or other transport vehicles.

4.         Documents product shipment by accurately recording units shipped. 

5.         Positions lifting equipment under, over, or around loaded pallets, skids, bales or boxes and secures material or products for transport to designated areas.

6.         Performs routine pre-inspections to ensure safe working nature of forklift or clamp equipment, and performs regular maintenance on vehicles, such as cleaning, lubricating, recharging batteries, fueling, or replacing the liquefied-gas tank.

7.         Immediately reports any damage to racks or other products, faulty equipment, or any other safety hazards to Supervisor.

8.         Maintains forklift certification as required.

9.         Safety conscious; following all outlined company safety rules for product movement.

10.       Sweeps floors, picks up pieces of wood and plastic, empties garbage, and maintains good housekeeping at all times. 

Job Qualifications:

1.         Must be at least 18 years of age.

2.         Certification in operating forklifts is a plus; and ability to be certified internally required.

3.         Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment.

4.         Good mathematical skills and ability to read labels and numbers.

5.         Exhibits the ability to identify the various recyclable materials and identify contamination.

6.         Ability to work overtime, weekends, and adjusting shifts as required.

7.         Good communication skills and ability to speak clearly using a hand held walkie-talkie.

8.         Must be reliable and demonstrate positive work habits and attitudes.

TO APPLY:  Email a cover letter and resume to ywoerishofer@vpind.com

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AmeriCorps:  Community Health Coordinator

MEMBER POSITION TITLE: Community Health Coordinator

HOST SITE: United Way Fox Cities, 1455 Midway Road, Menasha WI  54952 (Note: may be a combination of in-person and virtual work during COVID-19 pandemic)

OVERVIEW: United Way Fox Cities is looking for a full-time AmeriCorps member to enhance capacity and provide educational opportunities that focus on physical activity, healthy eating, and/or the 5 BWFV Goals:

  1. A vibrant regional food system that provides access to healthy, affordable food for all people.
  2. A cohesive and connective multi-model network that provides recreational and transportation options for all people.
  3. Local settings (hospitals, communities and neighborhoods, schools, early care centers, worksites, and faith institutions) that promote healthy choices and behaviors.
  4. Strong community-clinical partnerships that help prevent and manage chronic disease.
  5. Inclusive public spaces that foster social connection.  

This includes the development of a Food as Medicine program, providing healthy food and education to food insecure individuals with diabetes or pre-diabetes; helping them learn to eat healthy, exercise, and better manage their disease. In addition, the AmeriCorps member will provide health education and capacity-building services in other settings such as clinics, schools, workplace, early care, hospitals, neighborhoods, and/or the faith community.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Create and deliver health education lessons that focus on physical activity, healthy eating, and/or the 5 BWFV goals (listed above) to Fox Valley community members of all ages in the clinic, school, workplace, early care, neighborhood, and/or faith community settings.
  • Plan community education events such as community breakfasts, farmer’s market booths, and health fairs.
  • Expand reach of BWFV initiative through new programs focused on healthy lifestyles, including program planning, implementation, and evaluation. Specifically, for the Food as Medicine program:
    • Participate on team designing the program
    • Coordinate food distribution
    • Coordinate and deliver education programming
    • Collect, analyze, and report on data / key metrics
    • Work with food pantries to implement diabetic-friendly practices
    • Collaborate with BWFV staff and coalition partners to develop and implement initiatives aimed at creating a culture of health and well-being in local settings including schools, workplaces, early care centers, hospitals, neighborhoods, and faith communities.
    • Enhance communication among staff, volunteers, and partners towards the fulfillment of BWFV objectives. Engage in social media, enhance program website, prepare bulk e-mails through Constant Contact, and write and/or edit copy (brochures, newsletters, blogs, etc).
    • Maintain partner lists.
    • Recruit and support volunteers necessary for the success of program strategies and activities.
    • Facilitate special projects that increase engagement by partners and volunteers.
    • Collect, maintain, and analyze data.

 QUALIFICATIONS / SKILLS / EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE:

  • Ability to communicate and work effectively and with a high level of professionalism with community members, partners, and other stakeholders.  
  • Ability to develop and maintain positive work relationships with staff, volunteers and BWFV partners, including individuals from many diverse cultures and backgrounds.
  • Self- motivated, goal oriented, and organized – ability to get the job done.
  • Able to work in unstructured environment and adapt easily to change. Takes initiative to complete assigned work.
  • Meets deadlines and completes tasks with a high degree of accuracy and dependability. Detail oriented.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), Google tools, Social Media platforms.
  • Passion for health and wellness.
  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s Degree in a health, wellness, communications, or related field with general knowledge of health principles related to healthy lifestyles and/or chronic disease. Experience working with community health initiatives and/or healthy living coalitions is desirable, but not required.  
  • Must be at least 18 years old at the time of service and a U.S Citizen, U.S National, or Lawful permanent resident alien of the U.S.
  • Provide information for, complete, and pass a criminal history check

TRAINING: Member will receive a thorough orientation to the Fox Valley region, the United Way, and the Be Well Fox Valley Program. The member will serve side-by-side with the Executive Director and other program staff throughout the service year for continuing development. BWFV AmeriCorps Program will offer additional training opportunities for professional development including conflict resolution, citizenship, and volunteer management.

OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Member Term of Service:
    • BWFV AmeriCorps Program year of service runs from September 3rd, 2020-August 31st, 2021.
  • Time requirements
    • This is a full-time service position. Member is required to serve 1700 hours during the year, averaging 35-40 hours/week.
  • Benefits
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month.
      • Gross living allowance of: $594.96 per pay period.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: $6,195.00 for full-time members.
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments.
    • Full-Time Members are eligible for basic health insurance and childcare reimbursement (if eligible).
    • Year-long immersion experience in community health
    • Working side by side with partner organizations involved in community health from various sectors such as public health, healthcare, schools, early care & education, non-profits, and more; providing valuable knowledge, experience, and connections for future employment opportunities.

 CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE:

  • Please send resume by August 14th, 2020, to Sarah Wright, Executive Director, at sarah.wright@unitedwayfoxcities.org, OR mail or in-person delivery to: United Way Fox Cities, Attn: Sarah Wright, 1455 Midway Road, Menasha, WI, 54952

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Job Coach (Part-time)

POSITION SUMMARY: 

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.

To apply, send cover letter and resume to ywoerishofer@vpind.com

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CASA of the Fox Cities:  Volunteer Advocate Coordinator

Job Summary:  CASA of the Fox Cities, an Outagamie County child advocacy organization, is accepting applications for a .75 FTE Volunteer Advocate Coordinator (30 hours/week). The Volunteer Advocate Coordinator assumes responsibility for supervision, case management, and coordination of assigned advocates to ensure that abused and neglected children receive quality advocacy in court.  Spanish-speaking candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Employee must be willing to work occasional early mornings, evenings, weekends, or more hours than normally required in a week in the event of special circumstances.  Any non-exempt employee working more than their regularly scheduled hours will be compensated according to FLSA. 

Qualifications: 

  • Commitment to the program’s mission, goals and standards.
  • Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect. Those with experience working with such families given preference The ability to communicate with, supervise and empower volunteers to be effective in their roles.
  • The ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities The ability to build relationships with social services, local courts and community resources.

Education, Experience and Other Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social service-related field or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Proficiency using Microsoft Office applications.
  • The ability to sit and/or stand for periods of 8 hours or more. Must have the ability to ambulate into office buildings, such as Court, and children’s homes, to conduct site visits. This may involve climbing steps. The ability to lift up to 30 pounds occasionally is required.
  •  A valid driver’s license is required to travel to site visits, Court appointments, other travel as required to complete case work.
  • Complete CASA of the Fox Cities Advocacy Training (40 hrs.)
  • Successful completion of applicable background checks is a condition of employment.

Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

CASA of the Fox Cities is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or religion/creed. 

To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume including salary requirements to Dawn Gohlke at CASA of the Fox Cities dawn@casafc.org, with the subject line “CASA Volunteer Advocate Coordinator.”  No phone inquiries please. Deadline August 31, 2020.

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Reach Counseling Services:  Case Manager (Part-time, 20 hours/week)

Job Summary:  Provides supportive services to Reach clients. Services may include: crisis sessions for debriefing or safety planning to clients on the waiting list, case management, facilitation of support groups, and co-facilitation of treatment groups (as support for a licensed therapist).

Qualifications:

  • Qualified candidates will have a bachelor's degree or higher, or certification as a peer specialist.
  • Knowledge of sexual/domestic abuse issues, trauma-informed care principles
  • Ability to work with diverse populations
  • An understanding of social justice issues is preferred.

To apply, send cover letter and email to Email=khlavka@reachcounseling.com

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YMCA of the Fox Cities:  Finance Specialist - Accounts Payable

The YMCA of the Fox Cities Business Office is seeking a full-time Accounts Payable Finance Specialist. This position supports the work of the Y, a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. 

Essential Job Duties:

  • Perform accounts payable functions. Maintain and post records. Review, verify and code accounting transactions and ensure correct supporting documentation.
  • Reconcile assigned accounts on a monthly basis.
  • Maintain vendor W9 forms and complete annual 1099 filing.
  • Complete journal entries including monthly accrual entries.
  • Assist with yearly audit preparation.
  • Assist with yearly budget preparation.
  • Train staff on processes within focus area.
  • Research, recommend, and implement processes that improve accuracy and efficiency.
  • Maintain documentation and files in accordance with Association policy and generally accepted accounting practices.

Requirements: 

  • Associate’s degree or higher with emphasis in accounting, business, or related field.
  • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team in a fast-paced and high-volume department.
  • Highly organized and willing to take initiative.
  • Strong analytical skills with an emphasis on accuracy and timeliness. 

JOIN OUR Y TEAM!

Come join us at the Y, Where Work is Play! Benefits of joining our team: Free YMCA membership, discounts on child care, classes, programs, and more! Y Retirement Plan, 403(B) Retirement Option. You will have the opportunity to grow in a professional, supportive environment. Here, you can apply your experience, knowledge and abilities, while discovering new talents within yourself as you affect positive change in the lives of those around you. Whether you enjoy working with kids, adults or seniors, the benefits of working at the YMCA stay with you for a lifetime. Discover your passion at the Y!

To apply:  Go to https://secure.entertimeonline.com/ta/6149200.careers?ApplyToJob=335817792 to apply. Application deadline is 8/5/20!

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CAP Services, Inc.:  VP Asset Management (Corporate Assets & Administration)

Summary:  The VP will oversee CAP’s corporate properties and operations including rental housing and real estate, to support the CEO consistent with funder and Board expectations. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • B.A./B.S. in public or non-profit administration, business administration, organizational development or related field and six years’ experience in strategic planning, project development, human capital, resource mobilization, contract administration, public policy advocacy and program evaluation; OR 
  • Post-secondary degree in non-related field with eight years’ related experience; OR Associate’s degree in a related field and 10 years related work experience.
  • Experience is desirable in progressively more responsible public or non-profit management setting with responsibilities for budget development and administration, meeting contract objectives, personnel administration and complying with funding source requirements.
  • Must be familiar with governmental (Federal, State, local) foundation, United Way and other donor/investor grant making processes and requirements.
  • Should understand Community Action as a concept and as practices. 

Position is located in Stevens Point, Hoover Rd., Salaried, Full time, 37.5 hours per week, $3,395.50 - $3,705.50 semi-monthly depending on experience.

Paid time off, holidays, 401K (6% match), life insurance access to health, dental, vision and disability insurance. 

Position will remain open until filled.  If interested submit a cover letter and resume to: LOKSUITA@CAPMAIL.ORG

CAP Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  ECSE Teacher/Service Coordinator

This position will provide quality special education and service coordination through coaching and collaborating with families and colleagues in order to maximize the functional independence of children birth to three years within their family’s daily routines and activities. The teacher/service coordinator will be a member of a trans-disciplinary Early Intervention Team supporting infants and toddlers with developmental delays and their families in the child’s natural environment through the Primary Coach Approach to Teaming. Performs other duties as required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Evaluates children referred to the Early Intervention Program using standardized evaluation procedures to determine program eligibility.
  • Shares expertise with families and Early Intervention team on needs related to cognition, social/emotional development, behavior, play skills and overall child development.
  • Provides coaching for family members, other caregivers, and colleagues to promote the child’s development and encourages the child’s participation in home and community activities and settings.
  • Accepts coaching from colleagues when appropriate in order to provide comprehensive support to families.
  • Provides ongoing service coordination after a child has been enrolled and ensure timeline requirements are met.
  • Collaborates with community agencies and professionals in order to provide timely and seamless services to children and their families.
  • Ensures that families receive accurate information using understandable language in a timely manner.
  • Assists families in transition to other programs by providing information and guidance when appropriate.
  • Provides a quality learning experience for one student teacher (9-week placement) per year and ensures cooperating teacher requirements are met.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education, Early Childhood Special Ed, or related field.
  • One year supervised experience working with families of children with special needs and knowledge of Birth to Three (Part C) regulations. Previous experience as ECSE Teacher preferred.
  • Licensure from the State of Wisconsin (808 or 809).
  • Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $36,000.00 to $44,000.00 /year

To apply, email a cover letter and resume to:  ywoerishofer@vpind.com

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Appleton Housing Authority:  Property Manager (Part-time)

The Appleton Housing Authority is seeking a Property Manager for Grandview Townhomes, a New 40-unit family development.  This is a part time position 25-28 hours per M-F.  Could lead to full time in the future working at other properties owned by the Authority. 

Responsibilities: (not inclusive)

Leadership

  • Oversee the general harmony and community atmosphere among residents.
  • Enforce rules and regulations of the property.
  • Follow up with residents in regard to maintenance requests/repairs as necessary. 

Leasing and Marketing:

  • Process confidential applicant interviews and verify information.
  • Follow rental policies and procedures along with marketing plan as established.
  • Assume responsibility for achieving consistent occupancy including open house tours.
  • Utilize property management software for residents and applicant waitlist.
  • Conduct lease signings and move-in orientation with new tenants.
  • Conduct annual recertification interviews with residents.

 Qualifications:

  • Prior property management/leasing experience preferred in a LIHTC property.
  • Prior customer service and management experience.
  • Ability to communicate and work effectively with all persons and all incomes.
  • Training is provided.

Minimum Qualifications Required:

  • Prior experience in a residential leasing environment is highly preferred.
  • Practical experience with data processing applications.
  • At least 2-3 year’s experience in a business office environment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with residents, co-workers, other agencies and the general public.
  • Must possess a valid WI motor vehicle operator’s license, a good driving record and demonstrate liability insurance.

This is a great place to work for the right positive & reliable person!  Competitive Salary. 

Please email your resume’ to debrad@appletonhousing.org No phone calls please.

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass:  Marketing and Public Relations Manager

Summary:  Do you enjoy museums? Have you ever thought about working in a museum? 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is a regional art museum with glass-focused programming. The museum has stunning glass, including antique paperweights, Germanic drinking glasses and jaw-dropping contemporary glass sculpture. The museum also offers a schedule of temporary glass exhibitions, as well as studio classes in glass for youth and adults. 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is committed to ensuring our guests have a positive experience by creating a friendly, welcoming environment. The museum seeks to build its team with staff who will maintain our standards of integrity, excellence and dedication to our guests and exhibitions. 

The Marketing and Public Relations Manager is responsible for preparing and executing a strategic marketing and communications outreach plan as well as overseeing the budget to implement. This position works with museum administration to shape the brand and public profile of the museum in person and through various media sources that include: social media, print, television and radio.  In addition to the Executive Director and Assistant Director, this position is one of the main public contacts and spokespersons for the museum. This position creates and maintains social media accounts, correspondence with the media, assists in the development of public information, fundraising and community relations.  Familiarity with the museum environment is essential. The Marketing and Public Relations Manager is a public facing professional position that presents the museum profile in written, visual and oral form for the media and the general public. 

Salaried Exempt Full Time, some weekends 

Job Duties:

  • Responsible for launch, execution, and evaluation of comprehensive marketing plans for programs and special events for BMMOG.
  • Develop and implement market research objectives via focus groups, needs analyses, attitude surveys and other methods to determine community needs and desires. Produce the data from this research to drive new effectiveness.
  • In conjunction with museum administration, establish, implement and monitor strategic positioning, branding and marketing strategies for BMMOG.
  • Design and update BMMOG website working in collaboration with the museum team to secure content. This includes overseeing the technical aspects, updates and maintenance of the website.
  • Liaison to public groups, museum constituencies and marketing or programming committees. Develop digital media work with museum staff and incorporate into new social media development such as but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube/online videos to increase online visibility and monitor results.
  • Creates all collateral print and solicitation material for other museum departments, including but not limited to: development, membership, visitor services, museum shop, and curatorial department.
  • Write, edit, proofread and disseminate news releases, feature stories and bylined articles for media, publications, visitor materials and surveys, newsletters, annual reports, direct mail pieces, promotional collateral.
  • Responsible for all advertising design and placement, promotions and direct mailings.
  • Measure return on investment of advertising and sponsorship initiatives.
  • Track content needs for non-digital constituents and provide regular appropriate services to meet the needs of that audience.
  • Prepares, submits and oversees an annual budget.
  • Perform all jobs and tasks as necessary and requested to maintain museum visibility.

Essential Skills:

  • Minimum requirement of a Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, journalism, or an area of graphic design with an emphasis in digital content creation.
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills with a track record of public presentations.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient in the use of Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office 365 and Word Press website software
  • Proficient in the use of digital equipment: camera, video and audio recording.
  • Ability to prioritize and work independently with minimal supervision. 
  • Extensive experience in creating digital media presentations for print, radio, television or website. 
  • Proficient in website development and maintenance and familiarity with website software
  • Experience in e-marketing opportunities and development of solicitation materials for funding requests.
  • Interpersonal: Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to work collaboratively and build community relationships. Must have a desire and ability to effectively work with a variety of stakeholders, employees, museum members, volunteers and collectors.

 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:

  • Develop and Maintain Marketing Plan – to promote exhibits, programs, and events.
  • Market Research – determine constituencies needs (segmented into various communities).
  • Strategic Branding and Positioning – to keep museum visible and active (social and traditional media).
  • Internal relations – maintains collaborative relationships within the museum group.

Send all inquiries with a cover letter, cv/resume and three references to John Timmer, Assistant Director, timmer@bmmglass.com

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass:  Bookkeeper/Office Coordinator

Summary:  Do you enjoy museums? Have you ever thought about working in a museum? 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is a regional art museum with glass-focused programming. The museum has stunning glass, including antique paperweights, Germanic drinking glasses and jaw-dropping contemporary glass sculpture. The museum also offers a schedule of temporary glass exhibitions, as well as studio classes in glass for youth and adults. 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is committed to ensuring our guests have a positive experience by creating a friendly, welcoming environment. The museum seeks to build its team with staff who will maintain our standards of integrity, excellence and dedication to our guests and exhibitions. 

The Bookkeeper/Office Coordinator 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. 

Hourly, Part time up to 20 hours/week, some weekends 

Job Duties:

Financial

  • Responsible for recording and reconciliation of 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 Prepares for and manages annual audit.
  • HR/Insurances/benefits
  • Assists in human resource management and benefits administration.
  • 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. 

Essential Skills:

  • College Degree in Business, accounting preferred or relevant field.
  • Three or more years in an accounting or financial role.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Exceptional confidentiality and trustworthiness.
  • Excellent financial skills and expert in QuickBooks, willingness to learn other databases.
  • Excellent computer skills with proficiency in a variety of programs, especially Microsoft Excel.
  • Strong organization and analytical skills, self-sufficient.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Comfortable working with volunteers and a supportive team member.
  • Personable
  • 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:  ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide.
  • Conscientious with attention to detail in the ability to handle and reconcile monetary transactions.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:

  • Must possess a valid driver’s license.
  • Bonding and insurability requirements per the museum’s policies and museum’s insurance. 

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, ability to meet deadlines, ability to communicate and work well with others
  • Ability to anticipate repair needs and plan for implementation.
  • Ability to generate necessary reports and documentation
  • Self-directed, disciplined, confidential and operates with high integrity.

Send all inquiries with a cover letter, cv/resume and three references to John Timmer, Assistant Director, timmer@bmmglass.com

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass:  Building and Grounds Custodian

Summary:  Do you enjoy museums? Have you ever thought about working in a museum? 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is a regional art museum with glass-focused programming. The museum has stunning glass, including antique paperweights, Germanic drinking glasses and jaw-dropping contemporary glass sculpture. The museum also offers a schedule of temporary glass exhibitions, as well as studio classes in glass for youth and adults. 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is committed to ensuring our guests have a positive experience by creating a friendly, welcoming environment. The museum seeks to build its team with staff who will maintain our standards of excellence and dedication to our guests and exhibitions. 

The Building and Grounds Custodian performs regularly scheduled cleaning and building 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 de-installing exhibitions, also performs grounds upkeep and 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 safety and security with some public contact in patrolling the building to monitor the galleries and public safety as schedule allows. Periodically assists in circulating the entire building during open hours to deter theft and vandalism while documenting building needs. 

Hourly, Full time up to 40 hours/week, some weekends. 

Job Duties:

Opens and closes the building as necessary.

Performs custodial work in the care of the facility and maintains a regular cleaning schedule

Oversees the contracted services for HVAC systems, elevator, and security.

Performs routine and preventative maintenance on various building components, machinery, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC units, boilers, compressors, motors, and air handling units.

Cuts grass, trims bushes, applies fertilizers, and 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 and minor repairs.

Designs and builds items as simple museum furniture for exhibits using hand and power tools.

Assembles and repairs office equipment such as but not limited to desks, tables, and shelves.

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. 

Essential Skills:

  • A high school diploma or equivalent is required; preferably supplemented by technical trade courses; or any equivalent experience.
  • Proficient in the use of hand, power tools and diagnostic equipment.
  • Comfortable with a computer to budget, inventory of supplies, search of equipment, creating requests, cost estimates, etc.
  • Personable
  • Possess a high degree of personal integrity. Communicates effectively.
  • Mathematical Ability: ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide, budget supplies, handle contracts, estimates.
  • Conscientious with attention to detail.
  • Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
  • Driver’s license, possibly certified as a boiler operator.
  • Desirable: CPR/AED training
  • Bonding and insurability requirements as per the museum’s policies and insurance carrier.

Environment & Working Conditions:

  • Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is an equal opportunity employer professionally accredited by AAM.
  • Staff collaboration is part of the culture.
  • Duties of this job require the employee to move throughout the 3-story building and operate a variety of equipment.
  • Specific vision abilities required.

Position Measurements:

  • Accuracy, thoroughness and attention to detail
  • Timeliness, ability to meet deadlines, ability to communicate and work well with others
  • Ability to anticipate repair needs and plan for implementation.
  • Self-directed, disciplined, confidential and operates with high integrity.

Send all inquiries with a cover letter, cv/resume and three references to John Timmer, Assistant Director, timmer@bmmglass.com

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass:  Visitor Services (Part-time)

Summary:  Do you enjoy museums? Have you ever thought about working in a museum? 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is a regional art museum with glass-focused programming. The museum has stunning glass, including antique paperweights, Germanic drinking glasses and jaw-dropping contemporary glass sculpture. The museum also offers a schedule of temporary glass exhibitions, as well as studio classes in glass for youth and adults. 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is committed to ensuring our guests have a positive experience by creating a friendly, welcoming environment. The museum seeks to build its team of Visitor Services staff who will maintain our standards of excellence and dedication to our guests and exhibitions. 

Visitor Services staff are typically the first point of contact with our visitors. This requires the staff member to maintain an excellent level of customer service, personal presentation and professional standards. This person will assist and serve our visitors as they view the exhibitions while maintaining a safe and secure environment within the museum for both visitors and artwork. 

Hourly, part time up to 20 hours/month, weekends required 

Job Duties:

Acts as a professional representative of the museum, greeting visitors and creating a welcoming experience Opens and closes the building with the ability to operate the building security system Circulates throughout the museum reporting any physical/maintenance needs, as well as providing security for visitors and artwork Works primarily weekends, with evenings and special events as needed Performs first response safety and evacuation procedures when necessary, contact emergency personnel and supervisory staff as needed Attends training and meetings provided by the museum staff to increase knowledge of new and existing exhibitions and policies Ensures an adequate supply/display of current publications Oversees and monitors the security and public safety needs for the building inside and outside. 

Essential Skills:

  • Possess a high degree of personal integrity
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with visitors, volunteers and staff
  • Reliability Customer service skills and experience, including money handling
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, credit card operation, and office equipment
  • Positive, helpful demeanor and willing to learn new information.
  • 18 years of age or older
  • A high school diploma or equivalent is required
  • Certified or willing to become CPR/AED certified upon employment 

Environment & Working Conditions:

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is an equal opportunity employer professionally accredited by AAM Staff collaboration is part of the culture Duties of this job require the employee to move throughout the building and operate a variety of equipment Specific vision abilities required. Able to operate light office equipment, lift 25 lbs., lock and unlock doors, perform light maintenance if circumstances require it Able to walk actively throughout a three level building to interact with visitors and monitor collections. 

Position Measurements:

  • Timeliness, ability to meet deadlines, ability to communicate and work well with others
  • Reliability, dependable for shifts scheduled
  • Accuracy, thoroughness and attention to detail
  • Self-directed, disciplined, confidential and operates with high integrity

Send all inquiries with a cover letter, cv/resume and three references to John Timmer, Assistant Director, timmer@bmmglass.com

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Covey:  Adult Day Service Program Manager

We are currently looking for someone to join our extraordinary team that has a passion to make a difference.  Our mission is to empower our participants with developmental disabilities to fully engage with our community. 

Our adult day service program is growing and we are hiring for a new manager position! 

 Will be responsible for:

  • Leadership and supervision of day to day operations and staff
  • Creating programs focused on developing Independent Living Skills, Mobility Skills, Social/Emotional and Personal Development, Communications Skills, Community Access and Integration that promote a high quality and engaging environment for our program participants
  • Strengthening and building partnerships with local organizations
  • Track participants goals and use the results to assess strengths of the program and areas of improvement

We offer some pretty great benefits, they include:

  • Competitive wages
  • Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Retirement Plan
  • Paid Training
  • Flexibility

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree in Human Services or Special Education, or comparable experience with 2 years supervisory experience
  • Ability to drive program expansion and recognition throughout the community
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Must have a current valid driver’s license and able to pass a background check 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer 

Apply at https://www.covey.org/about-us/opportunities/job-openings/

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Goodwill NCW:  Director Finance Operations

How My Position Supports our Mission:

While receiving leadership support from the Vice President of Finance, the Director Finance Operations is instrumental in leading and driving the planning and forecasting process, providing insightful financial analyses and information, and partnering with the Executive Leadership team to provide insight and guidance for optimal decision making.  Oversees the financial accounting operations, leads and drives the month end and year end close process, ensuring controls are in place, monitoring the overall financial health of the organization, and recommends corrective action when needed.    Responsible for the establishment and maintenance of financial journals, accounts, ledgers and records within an automated financial system. Manages complex reconciliations and assists in the development of financial policies and procedures to assist in all advancement operations. 

Key Responsibilities: 

Oversees the accounting and financial operations of Goodwill NCW and prepares financial reports, budgets, forecasts, and cash flows for the organization.

  1. Provides comprehensive financial updates to the Executive Leadership team by evaluating, analyzing, and reporting appropriate data points.
  2. In conjunction with the VP of Finance, establishes financial and operating benchmarks, budgets, monitoring, and reporting standards on a weekly, monthly, and annual basis.
  3. Obtains and maintains a thorough understanding of the financial reporting and general ledger structure in order to own and manage the general ledger and the completeness and accuracy of all financial statements. Ensures company accounting procedures and reporting conforms to generally accepted accounting principles.
  4. Owns and manages all activities related to the month-end and year-end close processes to provide timely and accurate Financial Statements (Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows) and all supporting documentation and sub-ledgers. Includes working within the Finance Team and with the departmental leaders across the organization to ensure timely and accurate reporting, as well as a good understanding of each department and the activities within.
  5. Maximizes payroll efficiency through innovative process development.
  6. Monitors cash position, coordinates and oversees cash management.
  7. Develops and prepares the annual budget process and closing procedures.
  8. Continually evaluates department work to develop more efficient processes and use of resources while maintaining a high level of accuracy and internal controls. 
  9. Develops, enforces and maintains internal controls to maximize protection of company assets, policies, procedures, and workflow.
  10. Prepares annual schedules for external auditors and provides required information for auditors and is the primary point of contact for year-end financial audit, as well as other audits. 
  11. Develops relationships across the organizations’ departments at all levels as a trusted business partner as well as outside vendors including banking institutions.
  12. Provides leadership, coaching and development to Finance Team members in support of organizational and individual goals
  13. Works with VP of Finance to provide comprehensive financial partnering to the Executive Leadership Team and Board of Directors team by evaluating, analyzing, and generating insight.
  14. Participates in a variety of other projects and tasks as assigned or requested. 

How I Will Be Safe:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

  • Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment with extensive team member contact and frequent interruptions.
  • Primary function requires sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting; to sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, twist, lift, carry, push and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight.
  • Operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination, including use of a computer keyboard.
  • Travel to other locations using various modes of private and commercial transportation.
  • Verbally communicate to exchange information.

 What I Must Bring: 

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related field is required.
  2. Certified Public Accounting Certification is required.
  3. Master’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or a related field is preferred.
  4. Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience working in financial field is required
  5. Prior Leadership experience is required.
  6. Proven proficiency and expertise in using Excel spreadsheets and computerized financial record keeping or accounting systems experience is required.
  7. Ability to communicate conclusions clearly and develop effective presentation materials is required.
  8. Experience with nonprofit organizations is preferred.

The above statements reflect the general details necessary to describe the principal functions of the occupation described and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the occupation.

To apply, please send cover letter with a resume and email to:  lcollins@goodwillncw.org

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Mission of Hope House:  Client Support Representative

MOHH Mission:  To promote self sufficiency and improve the lives of families affected by poverty and homelessness.

MOHH Vision:  To engage our community in the fight to end homelessness.

Mission of Hope House is looking to hire Client Support Representatives! Our Client Support Representatives are people:

  • who are committed to ensure a clean, safe, and respectful environment for all clients.
  • who can enforce rules yet be compassionate enough to know when to offer help.
  • who are able to remain calm, take action and handle multiple situations as they arise.
  • who are able to handle day to day shelter activities with minimal supervision.

Preferred skills include:

  • Knowledge of trauma informed care, mental health and addiction
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Computer skills are necessary for documentation and tracking
  • Ability to work independently but also with a team
  • Positive attitude
  • Commitment to making a difference
  • Flexibility; shift work (1st, 2nd, or 3rd), ability to work in an ever changing environment Other duties include:
  • Office help - answering phone, filing, monitor doors/security cameras
  • Meal planning/prep Education and/or Experience:
  • High School diploma or GED required. Associate’s or Bachelor's degree in a related field is preferred. CPR and First Aid certification is preferred.

Compensation:

We offer a competitive salary commensurate to candidates relevant experience.

Interested parties: Please contact Chrissy Becker, Executive Director MOHH at andy.mohh@outlook.com or (920) 249-4553 or visit the shelter at 520 N Shawano St, New London, WI 54961

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Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs:  Weekend/Overnight Advocate (Part-time)

Weekend / Overnight Advocate Part time: Some evenings, weekends and holidays Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is seeking an energetic, self-starter who has the ability to work in a team atmosphere providing support and advocacy to domestic violence victims and their children. This is a great opportunity for students going into helping professions.

Essential Duties:

Provide helpline coverage, information and referral, spend one on one time offering education, support and advocacy, maintain safety of the shelter and its residents, assist with shelter maintenance and upkeep, coordinate and process donations.

Required Skills:

  • Ability to develop and maintain positive, professional relationships with survivors of domestic violence from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Ability to be responsive, empathetic and client focused.
  • Ability to handle crises appropriately and to communicate effectively with others.
  • Ability to maintain the strictest confidentiality.
  • Working knowledge of trauma and the practice of trauma informed care.
  • Ability to lift 30 lbs.
  • Basic knowledge of computers

To apply: Send resume and cover letter by 07/03/2020 to HR@harborhousewi.org Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate against or give preference to any person because of race, color, religion, age, sex, national ancestry, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status or arrest or conviction record, or any other discriminatory basis prohibited by state or federal law.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

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

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Covey:  Caregiver - Oshkosh (Part-time)

Caregiving is a challenging job.  It is always worth it when you see the difference that you make in the life of someone else.  We are currently looking for someone to join our extraordinary team that has a passion to make a difference.  We have a part-time opening for 1st shift.  Pick your own hours from 8-19 a week working at our Oshkosh House with developmentally disabled adults. 

We offer some pretty great benefits which include:

  • Competitive wages, starting at $12+
  • Retirement Plan
  • Paid Training
  • Flexibility

We provide on-the-job training for:

  • CPR/First Aid
  • Medication Administration
  • Standard Precautions
  • Fire Safety

After one year, you will know you were successful if:

  • You have assisted our clients, who are developmentally disabled, in their daily living needs. 
  • The clients grow in their capabilities through activities, encouraging independence, and outings in the community.
  • You have built good relationships with clients, families, and staff.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer 

Apply at: https://www.covey.org/about-us/opportunities/job-openings/

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Opportunity Development Centers:  Mental Health Coordinator

Position Summary:  To provide person centered recovery based care while implementing individualized goals and fulfilling our mission to provide a safe and healthy environment while envisioning, creating and committing to strength based quality services. A variety of hours is required due to needs of clients. This individual must be comfortable with working in various work locations and transporting clients. The primary locations this person will be working from are Stevens Point and Wausau. 

Education and Experience: 

Master’s Degree required and coursework in areas related to mental health services, including clinical psychology, psychology, school or educational psychology, rehabilitation psychology, counseling and guidance, counseling psychology or social work. LPC-IT and MSW encouraged to apply, as ODC will provide 3000 hours of supervision. 

This position requires use of personal and/or company vehicles, so employee must secure and maintain a valid Wisconsin driver license and a driving record that meets the company’s standards for insurance purposes. If position requires use of a personal vehicle, employees must secure and maintain minimum insurance requirements to transport individuals in a personal vehicle. 

Additionally, certifications must be obtained as required by ODC Inc. including copy of resume, diploma, references, professional training and professional liability insurance (if applicable). 

Must pass a Wisconsin Caregiver Background Check, including Department of Justice Criminal Record Check, and/or that of previous states of residence and a Department of Motor Vehicle Check with initial employment and periodically. 

Verbal/Written Communication: 

  • Ability to write clinical documentation properly on a daily basis in required format on all individuals’ services provided. Verbal and written communication in the English language, as well as read and comprehend simple instructions and short correspondence. 
  • Ability to verbally communicate in one-on-one situations and small-group settings is required. 

Work Environment: 

Employees must be able to manage high stress environments. Good judgment and the ability to manage crisis situations are required. This position involves working directly with individuals who may present physical or verbal aggressions toward self, staff or others. 

REPORTS TO:    Mental Health Professional/Supervisor 

RESPONSIBLE FOR:   No Other Staff

DEADLINE TO APPLY:  07/01/2020  Email cover letter and resume to pgunderson@odcinc.com

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Wild Ones Natural Landscapers LTD:  Webmaster/ Communications Professional

Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes is a national nonprofit environmental organization with 60 chapters in 20 states. Our mission is to promote environmentally sound landscaping practices that protect biodiversity through the preservation, restoration, and establishment of native plant communities. We have a small national office that supports the work of members and chapters and leads the organization in planning, advocacy, and policy guidance. 

Wild Ones is looking for a Webmaster / web developer who can build a new website, rich with information to inform members, volunteers and the public on native flora and fauna. The position is also responsible for ongoing website updates, social media, troubleshooting, online conferencing, and solving web and IT issues. The selected candidate will be a key member of the Wild Ones team, reporting to the Executive Director. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Redesign, upgrade and expand the Wild Ones website so that it is functional and easy-to-use
  • Work with Wild Ones staff, members, and collaborative educational organizations to identify information to include on the website; structure the site for intuitive searching
  • Add chapter websites as needed
  • Test website across browsers, operating systems and devices
  • Maintain, configure and troubleshoot servers
  • Ensure site security by setting up firewalls and login pages
  • Optimize loading speeds and capacity
  • Debug pages and fix broken links or images
  • Monitor and analyze site performance
  • Address user complaints
  • Regularly update the website with topics of interest, time-sensitive communications, new programs/projects, success stories, etc.
  • Ensure information provided will display in a responsive manner for phones, tablets, and desktops
  • Troubleshoot performance issues, security breaches, broken links, invalid images, page faults, e-commerce issues, event and mapping issues, browser compatibility, database errors, and other technical issues
  • Review SEO, Google Analytics, and other traffic-based measurements to ensure the best possible organization and presentation of Wild Ones information
  • Select images and graphics that create interest and enhance stories
  • Develop email communications, social media content, and press releases in collaboration with other staff and volunteers.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Essential

  • In-depth knowledge of HTML/CSS
  • Creative problem solver, able to diagnosis and fix website problems as well as network/ web
  • Experience in technologically current programming languages, preferably PHP Experience with WordPress, or other content management systems (CMS)
  • Experience with relational database systems, preferably MySQL, Maria DB, or other SQL-based systems
  • Experience with operating systems, preferably Linux
  • Strong understanding of Microsoft Office products
  • Knowledge of video editing and compression technologies
  • Solid understanding of:
  1. How web applications work, whether dynamic or static, session management, and best practices
  2. Security and privacy protocols, including strong passwords, two-factor authentication (2FA), the use of authentication software, personal data privacy and protection
  3. Website performance tuning, including caching, compression, optimization, and the use of Content Distributed Networks (CDN)
  4. Search Engine Optimization, including the use of SEO tools and related “seeding” of keywords
  5. Google Analytics, or other web activity software
  • Ability to convey technical information in a way that is simple and understandable for all people
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and teamwork skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent listening skills, especially over the phone

Preferred

  • Knowledge of environmental issues
  • Familiarity with native plants
  • Experience working for a non-profit organization Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite

We don’t expect our ideal candidate to possess all of the above requirements. We are looking for someone with a positive attitude who is quick learner and willing to do whatever is needed to support Wild Ones technology and communications needs.  

COMPENSATION: 

  • Salary: $38,000 per year; remote work possible
  • Flexible schedule
  • 10 days of vacation and 10 days of sick pay per year
  • Ability to purchase Aflac insurance products
  • Eligible for SIMPLE IRA Retirement plan after minimum employment requirements are met; up to 3% company match.

Location:  Wild Center, 2285 Butte des Morts Beach Road, Neenah, WI 54956 

To apply:

  • Email cover letter and resume as a single pdf document to president@wildones.org. Please put “Webmaster/Communication Position” in the subject line. Use the following naming protocol for the document:  Last name_first name-Webmaster.pdf
  • Applications will be reviewed as they are received and accepted until the position is filled.  The position is open immediately, so apply early!

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Mission of Hope House:  Volunteers Needed

  • who are committed to ensure a clean, safe, and respectful environment for all clients.
  • who can enforce rules yet be compassionate enough to know when to offer help.
  • who have skills to help people dealing with trauma.
  • who are able to remain calm, take action and handle multiple situations as they arise.
  • who are able to handle day to day shelter activities with minimal supervision.

Areas in need of assistance:

  • fundraising
  • thrift store work (at The Bridge)
  • general cleaning/maintenance
  • office help - answering phone, filing, monitor doors/security cameras
  • shift work (1st, 2nd, or 3rd)
  • meal planning/prep
  • plumbing

Qualifications:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Positive attitude
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Commitment to making a difference

If interested, please email andy.mohh@outlook.com

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin:  Bilingual Therapist

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 in Green Bay is seeking a full-time bilingual Spanish speaking therapist to join our team.  We provide comprehensive counseling services for families and people of all ages.  We are a highly committed group of professionals who work and thrive as a team.  This Therapist would be a part of the Counseling Clinic team, and also a part of a larger multidisciplinary team including bilingual advocates and other service providers helping to meet the needs of local victims of crime.  This Therapist is responsible for providing therapeutic services to help victims of crime of all ages, who understand cultural dynamics and who primarily speak Spanish, to cope with and recover from experiences of sexual or physical abuse or other crimes. 

Qualified candidates for this position will be fluent in Spanish, have experience providing therapy for people who have experienced trauma, possess a master's degree in social work or similar field, and be credentialed (LPC-IT, CAPSW, LPC, or LCSW).  Licensure in good standing and a willingness to work some evening hours are required.  Preferred candidates will have full licensure, experience working with young children, and/or will be credentialed in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. 

To apply, visit www.familyservicesn.org/careers

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Pillars, Inc. - Shelter Client Advocate, First and Second Shift (Part-time)

Job Summary:  From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community. When people have nowhere else to go, Pillars Adult Shelter and Pillars Adult and Family Shelter are here to provide our services to members of our community experiencing homelessness. The Shelter Client Advocate is part of a team that provide services in a shelter setting.

 The Shelter Client Advocate has many responsibilities, some outlined here:

  • Maintain a clean, safe, and respectful environment for all clients, volunteers, and other visitors
  • Oversee shift operations of the shelter program in a fast paced environment
  • Interview persons applying for shelter, complete intakes into shelter, other client paperwork
  • Collaborate with agency staff to review client cases and make recommendations to aid in client success
  • Provide crisis intervention and offer resource information to clients
  • Conduct house meetings with clients to help maintain a positive community living environment
  • Distribute personal care items to clients (linens & hygiene)
  • Collaborate with agency volunteers
  • Recap shift events with other staff through written and verbal communication
  • Maintain professional boundaries with clients.
  • Maintain agency and client confidentiality
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings
  • Responsible for the laundry room operations and cleaning supply inventory
  • All other duties as assigned 

Core Competencies and Qualifications: 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Positive attitude
  • Ability to work in a team environment

 Education and/or Experience: 

  • High school diploma or equivalency degree (GED, HSED) is required; post-secondary education in Human Services field is preferred.  Previous experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness or families/individuals with mental health, AODA, legal, or other issues is preferred.
  • Availability to work 8 hour shifts (1st and/or 2nd shift) varied days during the week; weekend availability is required

Compensation:

The compensation for this part-time position is $12.14/hour. 

To Apply:   Send resume and cover letter to tmelzl@pillarsinc.org or mail:

Tracy Melzl, Human Resources Assistant, Pillars, Inc., 605 E Hancock Street, Appleton, WI 54911

Pillars is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining a community which welcomes and values a climate supporting equal opportunity and difference among its members. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

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Pillars, Inc.:  Shelter Client Advocate, Overnight (Part-time)

Position Summary:  From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community. When people have nowhere else to go, Pillars Adult Shelter and Pillars Adult and Family Shelter are here to provide our services to members of our community experiencing homelessness. The Shelter Client Advocate is part of a team that provide services in a shelter setting.

 The Overnight Shelter Client Advocate has many responsibilities, some outlined here:

  • Maintain a clean, safe, and respectful environment for all clients, volunteers, and other visitors
  • Oversee shift operations of the shelter program in a fast paced environment
  • Interview persons applying for shelter, complete intakes into shelter, other client paperwork
  • Collaborate with agency staff to review client cases and make recommendations to aid in client success
  • Provide crisis intervention and offer resource information to clients
  • Conduct house meetings with clients to help maintain a positive community living environment
  • Distribute personal care items to clients (linens & hygiene)
  • Collaborate with agency volunteers
  • Recap shift events with other staff through written and verbal communication
  • Maintain professional boundaries with clients.
  • Maintain agency and client confidentiality
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings
  • Responsible for the laundry room operations and cleaning supply inventory
  • The overnight position works in the kitchen operations to include meal planning and inventory for roughly 50 people served daily.
  • All other duties as assigned 

Core Competencies and Qualifications: 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Positive attitude
  • Ability to work in a team environment

 Education and/or Experience: 

  • High school diploma or equivalency degree (GED, HSED) is required; post-secondary education in Human Services field is preferred.  Previous experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness or families/individuals with mental health, AODA, legal, or other issues is preferred.
  • Availability to work 8 hour shifts (3rd shift) varied days during the week; weekend availability is required

Compensation:

The compensation for this part-time position is $13.64/hour (this includes a $1.50 shift differential for overnight shifts). 

To Apply:  Send resume and cover letter to tmelzl@pillarsinc.org or mail:

Tracy Melzl, Human Resources Assistant, Pillars, Inc., 605 E Hancock Street, Appleton, WI 54911 

Pillars is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining a community which welcomes and values a climate supporting equal opportunity and difference among its members. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Development Assistant 

Position Summary:  The Development Assistant serves as administrator of the Altru database with the primary responsibility of maintaining database integrity and up-to-date accuracy of constituent contact information, donations, gift history, solicitations, multiple mailing appeals, memberships and any other relevant information.  Provides administrative support to Development team. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

ALTRU DONOR DATA BASE:

  • Serve as lead Altru data base administrator
  • Maintain integrity of Altru donor data and constituent records
  • Knowledgeable on developing queries and statistical reports requested by department
  • Maintain Altru active users and permissions
  • Attend ongoing Altru training 

DEVELOPMENT:

Enter and craft donor acknowledgements, personalizing letters to build and improve upon donor relationships.  Develop and provide queries and statistical reports as requested.  Participate and provide input on strategic planning initiatives for the department.

  • Sponsorships
  • Enter donations and pledges according to sponsored event
  • Track pledges due and prepare invoices/letters
  • Prepare sponsor acknowledgements, including corporate membership packet when applicable
  • Assist with Pre-Event Sponsor Benefit mailings and Post-Event Sponsorship Acknowledgements and event recap
  • Fall and Spring Annual Appeal
  • Develop queries (Lybunt, Sybunt, etc.)
  • Prepare essential correspondence, solicitation letters and materials
  • Monitor inventory of Annual Appeal solicitation materials
  • Track Board solicitors and provide ongoing reports to Director of Development
  • Enter gifts; prepare acknowledgements (48 hour turnaround)
  • Track if donor provides more than one gift and personalize letter accordingly
  • Provide monthly giving report to Director of Development
  • Monthly Giving - Set-up, acknowledge and monitor monthly giving contributions
  • Year-End Giving Statements
  • Coordinate year-end giving statements for donors of $250 and above
  • For these donors, include tax deductible information for Garden Angel and above memberships 

MEMBERSHIP:

  • Enter memberships into Altru daily
  • Memberships purchased on line, received by US mail, sold by Guest Services
  • Validate all membership forms for accuracy and make corrections in Altru as needed
  • If donation received with membership, make appropriate entries into Altru; craft acknowledgement letter and send with membership card
  • With Development & Membership Coordinator, provide ongoing training to Guest Services staff
  • Prepare renewal letters
  • Prepare renewal notices
  • Work with Volunteer Coordinator for bulk mailings
  • On a monthly basis, send Corporate Membership renewal list to Director of Development to review and process accordingly
  • On an annual basis, working with Development & Membership Coordinator on sending of Garden Club and Preferred Professional renewal notices
  • Mail membership cards
  • Mail membership cards with a goal of sending every week to 10 days
  • Include appropriate enclosures according to membership level
  • Mail cards to members who request new cards
  • Membership promotions
  • Track membership promotions and provide weekly updates to Development team
  • When mailing membership cards, ensure that those who qualify for promotions receive promotional item
  • Reports
  • Prepare data for Monthly Membership Dashboard Report
  • Assist with special mailings to members.

 EVENTS:

  • Develop queries of constituents to be invited to events
  • Enter donations and craft thank you letters to donors
  • Work WPS Garden of Lights event and adjust regular work hours in lieu of WPS GOL hours worked

OTHER DUTIES:

  • Prepare Development & Membership deposits
  • Assist Finance Manager with validation of donations
  • Other duties as assigned by Supervisor

 EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Associate; or Bachelor’s degree desirable
  • Experience working within a non-profit environment is a plus
  • Data entry and Donor Data Base Management, knowledge of ALTRU database or similar systems such as Raiser’s Edge a plus
  • Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communications skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and other data base programs
  • Demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy
  • Outstanding organizational and prioritizing skills; with ability to complete tasks in a timely manner
  • Dependable, reliable and team player
  • Flexible work schedule as some Events coverage on evenings and weekends is required

Green Bay Botanical Garden provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

Please send cover letter and resume by March 30, 2020 to:

Info@gbbg.org

Green Bay Botanical Garden

2600 Larsen Road

Green Bay, WI  54303

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Neenah Animal Shelter:  Executive Director

Job Summary:  This is an executive position responsible for the overall management of the Neenah Animal Shelter (NAS) operation and development of associated programs. Work involves a broad range of administrative oversight tasks including supervision of shelter staff, establishing goals and budgets, fundraising, and developing program initiatives to meet the aims and guidelines set forth by the NAS Board of Directors. The Executive Director is required to attend Board of Director’s meetings, participating in Board meeting discussions and performing all duties under the general direction of the NAS Board of Directors.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Functions as primary communication liaison between the NAS Board, its committees, volunteers and the staff. 
  • Enhances the organizational fundraising and development capability through annual campaigns, capital campaign programs, grant writing and development, cultivation of potential donors, and bequests.  Leads development of fundraising of major programs, and participates extensively in capital campaigns. 
  • Advises and directs shelter staff in the performance of their duties to meet all program and budgetary goals and objectives. 
  • Implements NAS Board of Directors aims and goals into operational and program objectives. 
  • Annually determines resource needs to meet objectives and develops appropriate budgets and organizational structure/staffing plans in conjunction with the NAS Board of Directors. 
  • Quarterly monitors and reviews NAS program performance against budget/goals expectations and prepares summary reports and advises Board of status and recommends necessary changes. 
  • Demonstrates good financial management practices and understanding of both short-term and strategic fiscal planning.
  • Functions as the primary media and communications facilitator on behalf of the organization.  Responsible to be the "face of the shelter" at networking events. 
  • Functions as primary liaison to stay up to date on new and innovative ways to keep the shelter relevant. 
  • Participates in the recruitment, training, retention, and dismissal of shelter staff and volunteers as needed, implementing sound staff development practices and demonstrating an understanding of Fair Labor Standards Act and other applicable human resource policies set forth in the NAS Employee Manual. 
  • Functions as the voice of the NAS communicating effectively with staff at all levels of the organization.  Coordinates outreach and dialogue with community stakeholders (i.e. general public, government agencies, media), professional advisors in the field of veterinary medicine and animal welfare agencies who share the same goals as NAS.

OTHER JOB DUTIES

  • Works with auditors and financial advisors to annually assess practices and records, implementing corrective actions arising from the audit process upon direction of the Board. 
  • Exercises purchasing authority within the expenditure limits and Limits of Authority of the NAS Board of Directors approved budget. 
  • Responsible for the professional development of the leadership team. 
  • Plans, directs and coordinates shelter operating procedures for the leadership team. 
  • Administers or delegates, as appropriate, oversight for fundraising efforts, including processing of donation acknowledgements in compliance with IRS regulations. 
  • Ensures restricted accounts are properly utilized and monitored. 
  • Creates reports, attends meetings, provides input, and solicits feedback, as needed, to work effectively with staff, community, and NAS Board of Directors. 
  • Reviews inquiries/complaints on a regular basis to determine program effectiveness, outreach deficiencies, areas for improvement and communicates priorities to the NAS Board of Directors. 
  • Ensures compliance with applicable government, professional services, media and other agreements.
  • Performs all other functions of management as requested by the NAS Board of Directors. 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and TRAINING

Holds a Bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minimum of three years of experience in a non profit environment.  The Executive Director must have knowledge, abilities and skills to provide the following:

  • Knowledge of administration, management, and supervision of multi-disciplined organization with defined goals and budget. 
  • Knowledge of public relations principles and public speaking skills. 
  • Ability to express thorough understanding of and dedication to the philosophies of animal welfare as embraced by the NAS Mission Statement and Bylaws. 
  • Ability to work effectively and communicate with people at various levels, both within and outside of the organization. 
  • Ability to set priorities, plan, delegate, organize and control a wide variety of programs, some of which are of a technical or financial nature. 
  • Ability to develop both short and long-term strategies for implementing various program directives set forth by the NAS Board of Directors. 
  • Possess and maintain a valid Wisconsin driver’s license.

Note: The NAS Board of Directors has the right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this Job at any time. Critical features of this Job are described under various headings above. They may be subject to change at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons. The above statements are strictly intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as a complete list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees in this position. This job description does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an "at will" relationship.

Salary Range:  $35k to $50k.

To apply:  Email resume to Nancy@neenahanimalshelter.org

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CAP Services, Inc.:  Director of Asset Management

Job Summary:  Ability to work in a high performing culture grounded in CAP's mission and core values and successfully navigate in a fast-paced, outcomes driven and entrepreneurial environment.  Lead a staff of 18 in the oversight of CAP's affordable rental housing portfolio of 725 units, including tenancy, compliance and reporting and budget responsibilities.  Also manages CAP's maintenance functions for housing and other properties.

Worksite:  Wautoma, WI or negotiable

Requirements:  Requires a degree with 5 years experience in property management of real estate development.  Certifications in BACE (Section 42 tax credit compliance) and ARM through the Institute of Real Estate Management preferred or required within 60 days of hire.

$2,761-$3,010 semi-monthly

Full-time, 37.5 hours, exempt

Benefits:  Paid time off, holidays, 401K (6% match), access to health, dental, vision and disability insurance.  Send cover letter & resume to: jobs@capmail.org

Deadline: 5pm, February 28, 2020.

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Pillars, Inc.:  Data Analyst

Summary:  Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community. This full-time position is responsible for data collection, data analysis and reporting of data on low income and homeless individuals served in our agency.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintains manual and electronic records of individuals served
  • Provides training and support to staff on the systems used to collect data
  • Develops and implements data entry policy and procedures for Pillars staff
  • Oversees data entry practices of all programs
  • Attends trainings to remain well-informed about current data practices and requirements
  • Analyzes data, looks for trends
  • Reviews data quality of all agency programs
  • Develops, generates and submits data reports in conjunction with grant requirements and agency needs
  • Utilizes agency data to facilitate continuous improvement practices
  • Generates agency data in support of Community Engagement team efforts
  • Represents agency in community or in interagency activities and other community events as appropriate
  • Other duties as assigned

Core Competencies and Qualifications:

  • Strong analytical skills and logical decision making ability
  • Adept in working with raw data, integrating data from various sources, and preparing numerous methods of data presentation
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Foster an environment of high moral and ethical standards
  • Provides superior customer service to team members requesting reports or analysis
  • Ability to maintain confidential information
  • Ability to travel locally, with access to a reliable vehicle and possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and automobile insurance
  • Flexible attitude and schedule
  • Able to work independently in a fast-paced environment

Education and/or Experience:

  • Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Data Science, Computer Science or a human services related field with relevant data experience strongly preferred
  • 3+ years of proven data-centric work experience
  • Experience with continuous improvement practices preferred
  • Intermediate level proficiency in Excel
  • Knowledge of local housing programs and agencies preferred
  • Experience with the Wisconsin Homeless Management Information System, ServicePoint, is a plus
  • Knowledge of SOAR Online Application Tracking Tool, OAT, and of the PATH Data Exchange, PDX, is a plus

Compensation:

This full-time position includes a $36,700 annual salary and benefits that include health, dental, and vision insurance, retirement savings, vacation, holidays and sick leave.

To Apply:  Deadline to apply is Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Send resume and cover letter to:

Tracy Melzl, Human Resources Assistant, Pillars, Inc., 605 E Hancock Street, Appleton, WI  54911

Pillars is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer

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Agape of Appleton, Inc.: Caregivers in Fox Cities Area, Caregivers in Fond Du Lac Area, Overnight Caregivers in Fox Cities Area, Maintenance Technician Caregiver - Behavioral Support - (Full-time and Part-time Positions Available)

$500-$1000 New Hire Bonus

Agape offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes:

• Flexible schedule

• Competitive salary

• Paid Vacation

• Paid Personal Days

• Group Health insurance

• Group Dental insurance

• Basic Life/Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance • Short-Term Disability • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) • Accident Insurance • Hospital Insurance • $500-$1000 Referral Bonuses

How to Apply:  

To apply, visit: http://www.agapeinc.org/about-us/employment/

Agape of Appleton, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, females, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EOE Minorities/Females/Disability/Veterans 

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time  

Salary: $12.00 /hour

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