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Youth Go:  Office Assistant

Youth Go is a youth drop-in center located in Neenah. Our agency is committed to making a lasting and positive difference in the lives of area youth.  Through our no cost Recreation, Education, and Support and Wellness Programs, Youth Go strives to provide underserved and at-risk youth in grades 5-12 with opportunities to do well in school, develop as individuals, and prepare for their next step in life. We hope that through participation in programming, youth can learn about themselves, develop positive relationships with peers and adults, grow through their experiences, express their creativity, and cultivate their skills and potential in a safe and supportive environment.  We are a local nonprofit offering a great opportunity to make a positive impact! 

Position Summary:

Youth Go is seeking a part-time Office Assistant.  This person will work with the Executive Director and Program Staff to provide administrative support to the organization.  They will be responsible for general clerical and office tasks, work on Youth Go’s outgoing communications, and assist with donor database management. 

An ideal applicant will have experience in an office setting with a business or nonprofit agency, have competent computer skills, and will be proficient in Microsoft Office programs.  Familiarity with Quickbooks and WordPress is encouraged but not required.  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, professionalism, strong organization skills, attention to detail, problem solving skills, and the ability to work independently are essential.  Applicant must have a High School Diploma or its equivalent and be able to pass a background check. 

Work Schedule:

This will be a 10-12 hour a week position with the opportunity for a flexible schedule between the hours of 8am-4pm, Monday through Friday.  Starting hourly wage will be $12-15 based on experience. 

To Apply:

Please mail a cover letter and resume by Friday, February 14, 2020 to: Youth Go, 213 Nicolet Boulevard, Neenah, WI 54956, or email employment@youthgo.org

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Bubolz Nature Preserve:  Development & Marketing Manager

The Development/Marketing Manager of the Bubolz Nature Preserve will be responsible for assuring that all development functions – including annual fund drives, campaigns, donor relations, corporate and foundation support, major donor solicitation, sponsorships and membership sales – perform optimally in support of the preserve. This position will also coordinate the development and ongoing support of marketing initiatives, social media and website content. 

The responsibilities of the Development/Marketing Manager include the following:

  • Develop and execute a comprehensive and strategic annual fundraising plan 
  • Work with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to identify, approach and solicit prospective financial supporters of the preserve 
  • Form new and maintain ongoing relationships with financial supporters of the preserve
  • Secure financial support from individuals, corporations and foundations
  • Research grant opportunities and follow through with grant writing/reporting
  • Community outreach through networking, tours and speaking engagements
  • Lead marketing initiatives for the preserve’s events, programs, memberships and fundraisers
  • Oversee and maintain the preserve’s social media accounts and website
  • Develop and implement new strategies to expand planned giving programs
  • Oversee, develop and implement annual membership drive 
  • Attract corporate sponsors to the preserve’s events, programming and fundraisers 
  • Create new fundraising initiatives/events and coordinate current fundraising events 
  • Track donations and memberships by maintaining our digital fundraising database 
  • Perform office and administrative duties to assist the Executive Director
  • Contribute to the facility events team as needed and as warranted
  • All other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • 2 - 3 years experience in development/fundraising
  • knowledge of campaigns, annual drives, fundraisers and corporate and foundation philanthropy
  • experience in grant writing and reporting
  • excellent analytical, organizational, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills 
  • experience in marketing, creating social media content and maintaining a website
  • ability to multi-task in a high energy, fast paced environment
  • knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • task oriented and self-motivated
  • experience working in a not-for-profit environment
  • a passion for the outdoors and the ability to effectively communicate the preserve’s mission 
  • flexible schedule including evenings and weekends

How To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to rtuma@bubolzpreserve.org or mail to 4815 N. Lynndale Dr. Appleton, WI 54913. No phone calls or in-person visits please. 

For more information and a complete position description, please visit www.bubolzpreserve.org

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U.S. Census Bureau:  Census Taker

Become a Census Taker and get paid to help your community!

The. Census Bureau is committed to hiring Census Takers to work in their own communities.  Hours for these temporary positions are flexible and paid training starts as early as Mid-March.   

The hourly rate differs by county but ranges from $19-$20 in the Fox Cities. 

All field employees will be reimbursed for mileage.  Supervisor and Clerk positions are also available, you must be 18 yrs. old, a U.S. citizen, have a valid email address and social security number to apply.     APPLY AT:  2020CENSUS.GOV/JOBS

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin:  Full-time Group Therapist - Ten Month/Year, School-Based Position

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

We are currently seeking a full-time therapist with LPC, LCSW, or LMFT credentials to provide group-based therapy for students in addition to individual and family therapy for a small group of students and their families.  This Therapist will be a part of an integrated multidisciplinary team (Teacher, Teacher's aide, Therapists) in a small program serving high school students from Kimberly, Kaukauna, and Little Chute School Districts in need of mental health care.  The Triumph program follows the Kimberly School District calendar.

An eligible candidate will be fully licensed, in good standing, and qualify for most insurance plans.  Though most working hours will occur during the school day, a willingness to work some early morning and evening hours is required in order to meet the needs of the students and their families.  This is a 10 month/year position, however, as a full-time position comes with year round access to medical and dental insurance at the full-time employee rate.

If you are excited about providing group therapy and joining this innovative team dedicated to best meeting student's needs in an evidence-based, trauma informed way, please apply.

To apply, visit https://familyservicesnew.applicantpro.com/jobs/1267358.html

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LEAVEN, Inc.:  Director of Client Services

LEAVEN helps stabilize and empower people in financial crisis by providing financial assistance, resource coordination, and case management to address their near-term and long-term basic needs. 

The organization seeks a Director of Client Services (Full-time; exempt).

Position Purpose:  The Director of Client Services is responsible for the overall operation of the Client Services Department and the coordination of community resources both within and outside of the LEAVEN Community Resource Center.

Functions and Responsibilities: 

  • Client Case Management:
  • Provides management, supervision and leadership to the volunteers and staff in Client Services
  • Monitors training and development of Client Services staff and volunteers
  • Serves as a mentor and an information resource for volunteers
  • Oversees client assistance and reviews case decisions
  • Responds to clients’ requests for information, status, etc.
  • Oversees satellite offices
  • Networks with agencies and community resources to help meet the emergency needs of clients
  • Along with Client Services Coordinator, deals with difficult clients and diffuses situations that have escalated
  • Along with Client Services Coordinator, manages chronic client cases and writes case plans
  • Manages referrals to the Pay It Forward Loan Program
  • Responsible for meeting referral goals to LEAVEN Community Resource Center partners
  • Coordinates with area partners on difficult and complicated requests
  • Participates in department planning and project implementation
  • Administers department policies and ensures procedures are done accurately; quality assurance, non-discrimination, and confidentiality

Communication:

  • Provides articles for the Inside Story and newsletter, as needed
  • Provides client stories, statistics and other information, as requested
  • Provides client information to collaborating agencies
  • Responds to requests from churches and satellite offices
  • Works in conjunction with the Volunteer Coordinator and other staff to ensure volunteer training manuals and resource information are updated regularly
  • Represents LEAVEN in the community through participation in community initiatives and services on targeted committees
  • Serves on the LEAVEN Community Resource Center/Program Committee

Fiscal Responsibilities:

  • Assists with the preparation of the annual budget for client services
  • Monitors department expenses and adheres to the budget
  • Designates appropriate funding sources through coding of client files

Other:

  • Supervises Client Services Coordinator
  • Oversees the LEAVEN Record’s Department to ensure information is accurate
  • Assists in the onboarding of new board members
  • Leads technology implementation of client tracking system
  • Performs additional duties assigned by the Executive Director on an as-needed basis

Education:

  • Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with all volunteers, staff and community contacts
  • Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated computer literacy
  • Demonstrated record-keeping skills
  • Ability to work with difficult clients
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field and/or equivalent experience

Apply to:  Send a resume and cover letter to Mary Parsons, Executive Director at mary.parsons@leavenfoxcities.org or 1475 Opportunity Way, Menasha, WI  54952. 

Applications will be accepted until 1/27/2020.

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NAMI Fox Valley:  Outreach Specialist & Program Coordinator

NAMI Fox Valley is an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, serving Outagamie, Calumet, Waupaca, and northern Winnebago counties in Wisconsin. 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. 

Primary Responsibility and Accountability:

The agency is seeking a full-time (32-hour per week) outreach specialist and program assistant who will report to the agency’s Community Outreach Coordinator. The individual’s primary activities will include, among other things, planning community workshops, presenting mental health education trainings, and providing administrative support for NAMI Fox Valley’s programs generally.

If a candidate is interested in reduced hours during summer months, that can be negotiated during the hiring process. 

Major Position Functions:

Assist Community Outreach Coordinator with:

  • development, coordination, delivery, and evaluation of full menu of community outreach presentations, trainings, and events designed to break stigma, increase knowledge regarding mental illness and mental health, and familiarize community members with NAMI Fox Valley’s services
  • recruitment, training, and supervision of NAMI Fox Valley’s speakers bureau

Provide administrative support for NAMI Fox Valley’s programs by:

  • coordinating program registration
  • preparing materials
  • arranging for stipend payments
  • ensuring timely submission of all program data to the Data Specialist for purposes of tracking data and producing outcome reports
  • working closely with the Marketing Coordinator to ensure optimal, timely marketing of programs

 Other duties as assigned.

 Qualifications:

  • Deep understanding of and belief in the mission of NAMI Fox Valley
  • Excellent public speaking skills
  • Comfort presenting to a wide range of constituencies, including school children
  • Comfort troubleshooting technology needs at presentation venues
  • Professional behavior and presentation of self in internal and external communication and activities
  • Sound judgment and the ability to make reasonable decisions in the absence of direction
  • Ability to complete a high volume of varied responsibilities with excellent attention to detail and the belief that no task is too big or too small
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide range of partners and diverse populations
  • Ethical behavior, cultural awareness, and the ability to build trust and rapport in all activities involving individuals of diverse backgrounds
  • A positive attitude and a high level of emotional maturity
  • Proficiency in MS Office applications
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred in area such as human services, social work, education, occupational therapy, or related field

 Benefits:

  • Typical 4-day work weeks (generally Monday through Thursday, with occasional Friday and evening work required)
  • If a candidate is interested in reduced hours during summer months, that can be negotiated during the hiring process
  • Paid lunch breaks
  • Paid vacation
  • Paid holidays
  • Staff-appreciation gatherings
  • Casual work environment (dress according to the day’s calendar; casual wear often is appropriate)
  • Paid training as approved by the executive director

Applications will be accepted through January 27, 2020. 

Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to: 

Maren Peterson, Executive Director, maren@namifoxvalley.org 

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

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.

Responsibilities:

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

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.

Responsibilities:

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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Volunteer Fox Cities:  Program Assistant

The Volunteer Center of East Central Wisconsin (d/b/a/ Volunteer Fox Cities) is a nonprofit organization that was formed in 1993 by the Volunteer Action Council, a network of 50 volunteer administrators, with a mission to develop, organize, coordinate and promote volunteerism to address critical community needs. The Center became a clearinghouse and resource for those seeking volunteers, including schools, businesses and civic groups, along with governmental programs and nonprofit agencies. This mission is continued today as Volunteer Fox Cities (VFC), connecting volunteers to community needs in Outagamie, Winnebago and Calumet counties through outreach and education. VFC links community volunteers to more than 100 nonprofit agencies that deliver critical services to vulnerable populations. In addition, VFC mobilizes more than 300 Retired & Senior Volunteer 55+ Program (RSVP) volunteers as well as promotes and leads important community projects, such as Project Rush, Youth Service Day, MLK, Jr., Day, Project Heat’s On, VolunteerFEST and Make a Difference Day to meet community critical needs. 

The Program Assistant will split his or her time between our Retired & Senior Volunteer Program and Volunteer Fox Cities, working with community engagement, events, fund development and donor management software. To excel in the Program Assistant position, you must be organized and detail-oriented, as well as comfortable leading meetings and other conversations in person, or via phone and email, with various businesses, stakeholders and nonprofits in the Fox Cities. You must also be a self-starter and have initiative to work independently. Prior program coordination experience is a plus, but we will train the right candidate.

General Responsibilities:

  • Assist the RSVP Director in preparing required program reports for funding purposes
  • Assist in recruiting new volunteers for the Retired & Senior Volunteer 55+ Program within focus areas of the federal grant.
  • Screen, refer and place prospective volunteers
  • Connect with volunteers through follow-up phone calls to ensure their satisfaction with their volunteer role
  • Receive and update requests for volunteers in cooperation with other office staff
  • Answer phones, process and file documents and maintain database of RSVP volunteers
  • Train and supervise RSVP volunteers in the office
  • Attend RSVP Community Council meetings and prepare minutes
  • Participate in RSVP station visits when appropriate
  • Review changes to RSVP program regulations
  • Assist RSVP director in planning and implementing recognition for volunteers and other special events
  • Assist in maintaining positive working relationships with RSVP volunteers, volunteer stations, staff and RSVP Community Council
  • Attend RSVP training when necessary
  • Update and maintain donor management database and other volunteer databases
  • Prepare thank-you letters/notes for all incoming donations/contributions
  • Work with VFC staff to coordinate projects for the front desk
  • Develop and maintain databases/spreadsheets of contact lists for community calendars, press releases, churches and other areas utilized for marketing
  • Assist in maintaining relationships with partner agencies
  • Match community members with rewarding volunteer opportunities
  • Assist VFC staff with Get Connected, an online resource of volunteer opportunities in the Fox Cities and Oshkosh that contains hundreds of volunteer needs from more than 100 local nonprofit organizations
  • Track and update member nonprofit primary contacts, updating that information in Get Connected
  • Utilize tools effectively and teach partner agencies to maximize their use
  • Edit, approve, or deny requested posts
  • Develop reports on outcomes to demonstrate the effectiveness of Get Connected
  • Participate in promoting volunteerism throughout the community alongside executive director
  • Work with VFC staff to track outcomes and impacts associated with above duties
  • Promote Volunteer Fox Cities events and fundraisers alongside executive director and other VFC staff
  • Alert staff of any client, volunteer, or staff situations, especially those that could create an unsafe environment
  • Follow Volunteer Fox Cities policies and procedures
  • Attend meetings as needed
  • Perform other related duties in accordance with Volunteer Fox Cities staff

Qualifications:

  • Excellent customer service skills and a friendly, positive and professional demeanor
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including a strong understanding of journalism with advanced knowledge of writing and grammar in AP style
  • Highly organized with the ability to meet deadlines and changing priorities
  • Detail-orientated
  • Nonprofit or volunteer experience is a plus
  • Genuinely interested in older adults
  • Database experience
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs
  • Light physical demands/stairs in building

Reports To: Executive Director

Schedule: Part-time, 25-29 hours weekly with flexible weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Occasional nights or weekend hours may be required for meetings and/or events. Travel to partner agencies, meetings and events as necessary. Anticipate this position may increase to full time in the future. 

Reports To: Executive Director

Schedule: Part-time 25-29 hours weekly; Flexible weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Occasional nights or weekend hours may be required for meetings and/or events. Travel to partner agencies, meetings, and events as necessary.  Anticipate this position may increase to full-time in the future.

Salary Range:  $15.00 to $17.50 per hour, depending on qualifications and experience

To Apply:  Send cover letter and resume to:  Susan Vanden Heuvel. Executive Director, Volunteer Fox Cities, 2616 S Oneida Street, Appleton, WI  54915

Letter & resume may be mailed or emailed to:  susan@volunteerfoxcities.org

No phone calls please.

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Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs:  Adult Advocate

Full Time (some evening hours)

Competitive Salary

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is seeking an energetic, creative individual who has the ability to work cooperatively as part of a team to provide services to survivors of domestic abuse. 

Essential Duties:

Provide individual support and advocacy to adult survivors of domestic violence. Strategize and safety plan for desired survivor outcomes.  Facilitate support groups. Network and develop effective relationships with other community service providers on behalf of survivors and their children. Provide outreach to diverse populations. Participate in community education, court advocacy and public speaking.  Help provide on call and helpline coverage.

Required Skills:

  • Ability to develop and maintain positive, professional relationships with survivors of domestic violence from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Ability to be flexible, patient, creative and innovative in day-to-day operations and situations.
  • Ability to focus on multiple priorities simultaneously.
  • Ability to problem solve, negotiate effectively, troubleshoot and follow through/persevere as needed and appropriate.
  • Ability to be responsive, empathetic and client-focused
  • Ability to remain calm and rational in high-pressure situations.
  • Ability to maintain the strictest confidentiality.
  • Working knowledge of trauma and the practice of trauma informed care.
  • Demonstrated computer and software skills required; proficiency with Microsoft Office Word and Excel and be able to work in and navigate through databases.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or a related field, or equivalent.
  • Background, experience in advocacy and in a domestic abuse organization preferred.

 Full time, good benefit package includes health insurance and retirement account 

To apply:  Send resume and cover letter by 1/10/20 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 origin, 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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Valley Packaging Industries Inc.: Employment Specialist - Waupaca Area

Job Summary:  Develops an effective community program for placement in business and industry of individuals with disabilities served by Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.  Performs other duties as required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Receives and reviews referral information to determine placement needs and readiness of the individual referred for service.  Conducts orientation and plans development activities for individuals accepted for job development services.
  2. Assures the provision of services in accordance with the agency's various contracts, operating agreements, and policies/procedures.  Prepares comprehensive and timely reports and maintains appropriate documentation.
  3. Develops supported, and non-supported, job opportunities in the community for current and potential participants of the agency.
  4. Coordinates potential and actual placements with Valley Packaging staff, various community resources, and other individuals to facilitate a smooth transition of the participant into community employment.
  5. Provides job counseling and job seeking skills training.  Acts as a resource to the other staff in determining participant job readiness.
  6. Provides follow-up contacts, as well as consultation and support to employers, to help ensure the success of the participant's placement.
  7. Conducts an ongoing program of public education to improve employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.  Represents Valley Packaging to the community in a professional manner through various speaking engagements.
  8. Professionally communicates with assigned case managers, job coaches, and inter-agency professional staff to facilitate mutual program planning and support for program participants.
  9. Networks with other Employment Specialists at Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.
  10. Develops and updates professional skills through various training opportunities and resources.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Work performed is generally within the sedentary range as defined by the United States Department of Labor.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in vocational rehabilitation or related field or equivalent.

Experience in marketing and/or sales helpful.

Experience in job placement of individuals with disabilities preferred.

Demonstrated common sense, judgment and communication skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

Please apply via our website at www.vpind.com/careers

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Community Clothes Closet:  Executive Director

Position Summary:  The Executive Director is responsible for strategic, innovative operational and fundraising activities related to carrying out the mission of the Community Clothes Closet (CCC). This position is responsible for staff and volunteer management, programs, community outreach and revenue growth. The Executive Director reports to and works closely with the CCC Board of Directors.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage agency staff and volunteers including hiring, training, evaluations and disciplinary actions.
  • Oversee fiscal management; development annual program budget, monitor budget progress and coordinate annual audit.
  • Support and guide strategic plan committees to meet goals and objectives.
  • Development goals and objectives and ensure that the fundraising strategy utilized is consistent with Community Clothes Closet’s mission.
  • Research and identify grant opportunities and submit grant proposals. 
  • Work collaboratively with outside organizations to develop and maintain positive, supportive and mission focused partnerships.
  • Responsible for managing the non-profit’s brand and marketing message with stakeholders, both internal and external.
  • Develop strong, positive and lasting relationships with the CCC Board of Directors, staff, volunteers and community members throughout the organization and broader community.
  • Guide CCC committees to ensure current objectives are being implemented. 
  • Oversee operations and coordinate special programs: New Start, Cool for School, PajamaRama, Baby Kits, Emergency Clothing referrals and Pop Up Shop opportunities.
  • Coordinate all special events on behalf of the agency.
  • Update and report on Key Leading Indicators and financials at monthly Board Meeting.
  • Flexible schedule is necessary, including the CCC’s client shopping hours.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or minimum 3 years of equivalent work experience.
  • Program design, development and facilitation experience.
  • Strong personnel management and supervisory skills.
  • Positive attitude, strong commitment to a diverse community and experience working with basic needs clientele.
  • Proven track record of fundraising and special event planning; grant writing experience strongly preferred.
  • Ability to manage financial resources including budget development, analysis and reporting.
  • Strong networking skills, including attending and hosting events and participating in activities which will better position the organization for lasting success.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong problem-solving and project management skills.
  • Strong commitment to a continuous improvement environment.
  • Thorough working knowledge of Word, Outlook and Excel and databases that support client and donor management and program development.
  • Strategic Planning experience highly desirable.
  • Retail experience is highly desirable.
  • Bilingual is a plus.

Benefits include paid time off, flexible work schedule and professional development assistance.

To apply, please submit a brief cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:

director@communityclothescloset.org

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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. 

Candidates should have a minimum of 1-3 years of hands-on experience in apartment maintenance.  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.  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

Equal Employment Opportunity

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Appleton Housing Authority:  Maintenance Supervisor

Seeking an experienced, energetic, and motivated individual to manage and direct the Authority’s maintenance department. Responsible for supervising and training staff, prioritizing, planning and monitoring department activities.  Develop, modify and implement policies and procedures. Will oversee capital projects, bidding and specifications. Essential duties also include performing minor repairs in electrical, drywall, minor HVAC, plumbing, carpentry, and operating snow removal equipment/truck. 

This is a full-time five-day week position with on-call status every third/fourth week.  Must be a solid team player. The ideal candidate will have a college degree or equivalent and at least four years of supervisory experience in general maintenance, construction, maintenance and repair of residential buildings or related field. 

Knowledge of building and grounds management is preferred as is demonstrated preventative maintenance skills and methods. Must be computer literate.

Excellent salary, pension and benefit package. Send your Resume’ to: D. Dillenberg, Appleton Housing Authority 925 W. Northland Avenue Appleton, WI  54914 or debrad@appletonhousing.org   No phone calls please.

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CAP Services, Inc.:  Census Specialist

This position is charged with leading CAP’s efforts to engage and increase hard to count communities for the 2020 census, using a number of tools and strategies. 

Minimum Qualifications: BA/BS in related field (community organizing, communication, journalist, marketing, or organizational development) and one year experience; or non-related BS/BA or AA and three years of experience in community organizing, communication, journalism, marketing, or organizational development; or high school diploma and five years of experience as described. 

Work location will be determined by applicants. 

Position is LTE - starting now and will end March 31, 2020.

$17.66-$19.25 per hours, depending on experience.

Deadline to submit resume and cover letter is 5 pm December 5, 2019

Please e-mail a resume to: jobs@capmail.org or mail it to: CAP Services, Inc., 2900 Hoover Dr., Suite A, Stevens Point, WI  54481 or Fax: 715-343-7520.

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Building for Kids:  Office Manager

Are you well organized and want to support a variety of unique projects? Do you like kids and want to be part of a staff committed to providing awesome educational experiences, safe play environments and creative encouragement? You have come to the right place! 

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Position Summary: The Office Manager plays a critical support role in helping create fun, interactive learning experiences for children and families in our community. This person provides administrative support to the management team, accesses and manages databases, maintains office systems and equipment, and coordinates reservations.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • General administrative tasks including answering the phone, emails, filing, sorting incoming mail, preparing mail.
  • Manage museum reservations systems and schedule field trips, private events, birthday parties.
  • Coordinate internal communication of reservation calendar and information.
  • Facilitate external communication of teachers, schools, group leaders, and organizations to ensure a positive visit.
  • Process and track reservation deposits and payments.
  • Provide data analysis reports including but not limited to memberships, birthday party, field trip reservations and special event attendance.
  • Update and maintain mailing lists.
  • Assist with various program and special event operations.
  • Maintain office systems and equipment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications – The ideal candidate will have:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Prior experience with point of sale and/or database systems similar to Altru, Explorer, or Versai.
  • Experience in cash handling and data entry.
  • Fluency with Microsoft Office suite.
  • Commitment to excellent customer service and teamwork.

Application - Please submit a brief cover letter with your resume to: Jill Steif at jsteif@buildingforkids.org by December 13, 2019.

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Building for Kids:  Director of Programs and Community Engagement

Are you visionary leader who loves developing high-impact programs? Do you like kids and want to be part of a staff committed to providing awesome educational experiences, safe play environments and creative encouragement? You have come to the right place! 

Position Summary: The Director of Programs and Community Engagement is a newly forming, crucial leadership position within our organization responsible for leading the team that develops and evaluates highquality engagement programming for our members, visitors, and the community. This leadership position also supports the strategic direction of the organization by cultivating and leveraging an extensive partnership network to inform and support program goals and future initiatives.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Lead the programs team and curate a diverse and relevant programming catalogue that expand visitor engagement. Support for this team will include occasional program facilitation and observation.
  • Direct on-going evaluation of program delivery and staff to ensure quality and desired impact.
  • Develop and maintain extensive relationship network within the community to inform and support programs and community initiatives.
  • Direct and leverage community volunteers to extend organizational capacity.
  • Provide quantitative and qualitative reports of programming to inform future program development and support fund development that ensures long-term sustainability.
  • Occasional support for night and weekend events and as Manager on Duty.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications – The ideal candidate will have:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
  • 2-5 years of professional experience including relevant responsibilities.
  • Demonstrated leadership and team development skills.
  • Program design, development, and facilitation experience.
  • Positive attitude, strong commitment to the community, and experience working with youth.

Application - Please submit a brief cover letter with your resume to: jobs@buildingforkids.org by December 13, 2019. 

http://www.buildingforkids.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Director-of-Programs-and-Community-Engagement.pdf

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Make-A-Wish Wisconsin:  Part-time Northeast Wisconsin Regional Coordinator

Job Summary:  The part-time Regional Coordinator serves as support within the 11-county region of Northeastern Wisconsin in areas of fundraising, marketing, public relations and community awareness.  This position will work collaboratively as part of the Make-A-Wish Wisconsin team.   

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Administrative Assistance:  General office support including answering/handling telephone calls, assistance with deposits, prepares and assembles event and office mailings, tracks relationships in our Raiser’s Edge database, keeps office organized and running efficiently, etc.   
  • Fundraising Support:  Assists in securing, supporting and retaining current and potential external fundraisers by proactively reaching out to past supporters, offering support and follow-up.
  • Coordinates materials, volunteers and/or wish families to support external fundraisers as appropriate
  • Outreach to potential new supporters, including external fundraising events, community groups, schools, colleges, etc.
  • Represents the Foundation at events, promotions and speaking engagements as appropriate
  • Supports statewide initiatives including high school DECA relationships, Wishmakers on Campus and Kids for Wish Kids within the Northeast Wisconsin region
  • Supports recruitment, meeting facilitation & fundraising initiatives for a new young professionals group
  • Assists in managing key relationships in our database, reports, tracks external fundraiser results and provides follow-up internally and externally
  • Supports all internal fundraising events as needed and assists with all other duties as assigned. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ideal candidate must be a self-motivated, detail-oriented professional. Previous non-profit and/or volunteer coordination and fundraising experience helpful. 
  • Successful candidate must possess excellent verbal, written, organizational, interpersonal communication and presentation skills. Ability to manage multiple tasks is essential. 
  • High level of competence using the Microsoft Office suite products including Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge desired, but not required. 
  • Outgoing, friendly personality with the ability to represent the Foundation and its mission with respect and dedication. Must be able to interact with diverse groups of donors, volunteers and wish families effectively. 
  • Must have reliable transportation, the ability to lift up to 25+ lbs and be willing to work occasional evening and weekend hours as required. 

Please submit your cover letter, resume, list of three professional references and salary requirements to:    Kris Teofilo, Make-A-Wish Wisconsin Northeastern Wisconsin Regional Office, 100 W. College Avenue, Suite 50E, Appleton, WI  54911 or kteofilo@wisconsin.wish.org.

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Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs:  Maintenance Technician (Part-time)

The Maintenance Technician works to ensure the Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs facility is safe, well-functioning and maintained in the best possible condition. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

 Develop and maintain preventive maintenance procedures

Inspect building, equipment and systems to identify any issues

Provide general maintenance tasks including minor repairs, landscaping, and carpentry

Manage heating and plumbing systems to guarantee functionality

Plan and schedule repairs

Maintain records of purchases and warranties

Maintain maintenance log and manual

Maintain good working relationships with vendors and volunteers

Work with House Manager to maintain storage areas

Help maintain maintenance supplies and equipment

COMPETENCIES:

  • Advanced understanding of general maintenance procedures and techniques
  • Working knowledge of tools, common appliances and devices
  • Good organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to multi-task; must be detail-oriented and organized
  • Ability to work with volunteers and communicate effectively with others
  • Physically capable and available to be on call for facility emergencies
  • Effective problem solving skills and ability to prioritize tasks
  • Cultural competence
  • Basic knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office Suite

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Two years’ experience in a similar role or equivalent in knowledge / experience.
  • Ability to lift 30 lbs.
  • Positive, enthusiastic attitude, team work ability and leadership qualities

Part-time (20 to 25 hours per week); some evening and weekend hours required

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  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. 

Send resume and cover letter to Search Committee at hr@harborhousewi.org

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Children's Hospital of Wisconsin:  Foster Home Licensing Worker (Casual)

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Completes home studies to determine families' suitability to meet the needs of children in out-of-home care.
  • Conducts rigorous background checks, home inspections and psycho-social assessments.
  • Orients prospective foster, families to the application, home study and placement process and collaborates with Out-of-Home Care staff performing placement and service roles to ensure the provision of comprehensive and well-coordinated services program-wide.
  • Dependent on location, works cooperatively with the Intake and Placement Specialist to match children needing placement into licensed foster homes and coordinating the placement process.
  • Dependent on location, the Foster Home Licensing Worker responsibilities could include making placement matches and coordinating the placement process.

Education and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field.  Master's Degree in Social Work or related field preferred.
  • State of Wisconsin certification, training certificate or temporary license or certification required as social worker, advanced practice social worker, independent social worker, clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist or professional counselor certificate or license. 
  • Child Welfare experience preferred.
  • Foster Care Licensing and/or Adoption experience preferred.
  • Requires a valid driver's license, acceptable driving record and the ability to be insured by the CHHS auto insurance carrier. 
  • Experience working with families of diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds strongly preferred.
  • Strong internal and external verbal and written communication skills.
  • Problem solving and decision-making skills.
  • Basic computer skills required. Organization and time management skills. 

This is a CASUAL role - requires flexibility for a fluctuating schedule based upon need.  Typical estimate could be up to 20 hours per week, with some occasions for more or less hours.  Some evening hours will likely be needed. 

Coverage area will include Outagamie, Fond du Lac, and Manitowoc counties. Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement.

Interested individually must apply online at https://www.CHW.org/CAREERS 

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Building for Kids Children's Museum:  Marketing Manager

Are you a gifted story teller and designer? Do you like kids and want to be part of a staff committed to providing awesome educational experiences, safe play environments and creative encouragement? You have come to the right place! 

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Position Summary:  The Building for Kids Children’s Museum is one of the largest and most exciting children’s museums in Wisconsin. As a growing organization that serves over 120,000 visitors each year, we are seeking a Marketing Manager to plan, create, organize, and direct all marketing efforts and design work to support our mission of Empowering Children, Engaging Parents, and Energizing our Community.

Primary Job Responsibilities:

  • Develops, implements and oversees external communication plans to distinct audiences, media strategies, marketing, and public affairs programs in accordance with department goals, mission, and values.
  • Researches public opinion and emerging community issues.
  • Provides strategic direction and advice to the organization on emerging and urgent communications issues; recommends responses; trains managers and supervisors on media and public relations issues.
  • Plans, organizes, and implements logistics of media events.
  • Develops and distributes media releases, media advisories, newsletters, informational brochures, speeches, and other materials to alert public of programs, events, and services.
  • Develops, implements, and oversees internal communication plans and strategies.
  • Prepares content and manages web site and social media.
  • Represents BFKCM in live media spots.
  • Create and design content for marketing efforts and internal graphic design needs.
  • Performs other or related duties as assigned.

Desired skills and qualifications:

  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Graphic design proficiency
  • Emerging trends of public relations and communication
  • Principles and techniques of mass and targeted communication, public speaking and marketing
  • Ability to respond to media under pressure
  • 1-3 years of professional experience and internships in public relations, corporate or non-profit communications or journalism
  • Bachelor’s Degree

Application: Please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@buildingforkids.org by November 24.

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Innovative Services Inc.:  IPS Specialist (Part-time)

Carries out the services of the IPS Supported Employment program by assisting clients to obtain and maintain employment that is consistent with their vocational goals. This is achieved through collaboration with OVR counselor, treatments teams and ongoing community engagement with employers.

Part-Time: 20-29/week

Salary: $16.00 to $20.00 /hour

Responsibilities: 

  • Engages clients and establishes trusting, collaborative relationships directed toward the goal of competitive employment in community job settings with other workers who do not necessarily have disabilities. 
  • Assists clients in obtaining information about their benefits (e.g., SSI, Medicaid, etc.) and how they will be affected by employment in order for clients to make good decisions about employment opportunities. Refers clients to benefits counseling, as needed. Helps clients report earnings, as needed. 
  • Assesses clients' vocational functioning on ongoing basis utilizing background information and work experiences. With the client's permission, provides education and support to family members. Discusses client's preference for disclosure of psychiatric/treatment/ legal status to employers. 
  • Conducts job development and job search activities directed toward positions that are individualized to the unique interests of the people on his/her caseload, following the principles and procedures of IPS supported employment. 
  • Conducts a minimum of six employer contacts per week. Employer contacts are designed to learn about the needs of the business, describe supports offered by the program and describe client strengths that are relevant to the position. 
  • Provides individualized follow-along supports to assist clients in maintaining employment. Writes job support plans with clients and incorporating input from the mental health team. Adjusts plan according to clients’ needs and preferences. 
  • Provides education and support to employers as agreed upon by clients, which may include negotiating job accommodations and follow-along contact by the employment specialist with the employer. 
  • Provides outreach services as necessary to clients when they appear to disengage from the service. 
  • Provides timely interventions. Returns phone calls and reacts to situations in a timely manner. For example, returns client phone calls within 24 hours. Goes to see employers about job loss or job problems within 24 hours. Follows up on job leads within 48 hours. Meets with clients within one week prior to job starts and within three days after job starts. 
  • Participates in weekly meetings with mental health treatment team and communications individually with team members between meetings in order to coordinate and integrate vocation services into mental health treatment. 
  • Follows up on job leads within 48 hours. Meets with clients within one week prior to job starts and within three days after job starts. Participates in weekly meetings with treatment teams at assigned sites and communicates individually with team members between meetings in order to coordinate and integrate vocational services into treatment. 
  • Participates in face-to-face meetings with vocational rehabilitation counselors at least once a month to coordinate services for clients. 
  • Develops an individual employment (and/or education) plan with clients. Incorporates input from mental health team and family members, with permission. 
  • Spends 65% or more of scheduled work hours in the community. For example, meets clients at community locations or treatment site, meets with potential employers, VR office, takes clients to apply for jobs, investigate local GED or colleges, etc. 
  • Provides supported education, using principles similar to supported employment, for clients who express interest in education to advance their employment goals. 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Qualifications:

  • Education and experience equivalent to undergraduate degree in mental health, social services, or business.
  • Experience working with people with severe mental illness, experience providing employment services, and knowledge of the work world are preferred.
  • Ability to work as an effective team player is essential.
  • Individuals with Job Coaching experience are encouraged to apply!

Benefits:

  • Health, dental, vision, and life insurance for full-time employees
  • Wellness, tuition, and cell phone discounts
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Vacation and holiday pay
  • Paid training
  • Advancement opportunities

To apply, email a cover letter and resume to seanc@isiinc.org

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Youth Go:  PACT Assistant (Part-time)

PACT stands for Positive Action and Community Training and is a program of Winnebago County. It provides volunteer opportunities for juveniles under the supervision of a social worker. 

Salary Range: $15 an hour         Schedule: 7-10 hours per month. 

Qualifications:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community resources, Winnebago County Department of Human Services staff, and juvenile clients
  • Has had college coursework pertaining to and/or experience working with at-risk youth
  • Good conflict resolution skills, a high level of maturity, and ability to motivate resistant teens
  • Ability to facilitate group sessions with adolescents
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills
  • Possesses basic computer skills and ability to use the Internet
  • Has a valid driver's license and a good driving record
  • Can successfully pass a background check

Job Responsibilities:

  • The PACT Assistant helps the PACT Coordinator in supervising groups of juveniles (ages 10-17) at volunteer site two Saturdays each month. PACT Assistant actively works alongside of the youth to model positive work skills and assists in completing the community service projects.
  • Service work is done at non-profit organizations and special events throughout the community.
  • The actual type of work depends on the service site, but PACT participants complete tasks such as organizing or sorting materials, cleaning, planting and weeding, stocking shelves, etc.
  • Work with PACT Coordinator to supervise youth at the sites twice a month.
  • Supervise the juveniles at the service site while role modeling a positive work ethic and interacting with the juveniles in a supportive yet authoritative manner
  • Provide suggestions to the PACT Coordinator for community service sites or possible projects
  • Assist with providing transportation for the juveniles to and from the work site, when necessary

Personal Characteristics:

  • We are looking for a person who is caring, energetic, creative, flexible, enthusiastic, patient, passionate and organized to succeed in this position.
  • Ability to work independently and within a team, establish good boundaries and be a positive role model is vital.

Please email a cover letter and resume by 11/20/19 with the subject line “PACT Assistant” to: employment@youthgo.org

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Youth Go:  Youth Early Intervention and Bridges Mentor

Position information:

This full-time position starts at an annual salary of $26,000 - $30,000 (depending on education, experience, and credentials) with a generous benefit package including paid vacation, and health, dental, life, and disability coverage. A school year and summer schedule will be set with a combination of first and second shift hours, Monday-Friday. 

Personal Characteristics:

Caring, creativity, flexibility, enthusiasm, patience, commitment, and organization are necessary to succeed in this position. Ability to establish good boundaries and be a positive role model is vital.

Qualifications:

A 4-year degree in human services, psychology, education, social work or related field required. Minimum 2 years of experience working with middle and high school aged youth; experience working with diverse populations & youth who are considered at-risk highly desired.

Early Intervention Mentor

The Early Intervention Mentoring position will be responsible for working one-on-one with students assigned by Winnebago County for mentoring services. Weekly, the mentor will work with 4-5 low to moderate risk youth in an attempt to build relationships, introduce the youth to healthy activities in the community, and expose the youth to healthy role models. The program will be very individualized in order to meet the needs of each student, and will typically meet outside of traditional school hours. The Youth Go mentor must assess each student, and (together with their social worker) develop activities that will best meet the needs of each youth. Mentoring activities can consist of the following: healthy recreational activities, cultural and artistic exhibits or performances, sporting events, exposure to local college or technical school campuses, educational opportunities, youth serving organizations, and community service opportunities. 

Bridges Program Staff

As a Bridges Program Staff member, you will meet with Winnebago county social workers to gather and exchange information on students and service needs. The Bridges Staff member will meet 1 or more times a week with truant students (typically within a school setting) to discuss family, peer, and other life issues with students. Provide positive listening and appropriate feedback as needed. Bridges staff members provide academic tutoring to each student, to assist them in completing missed assignments, and filling in “gaps” in knowledge due to truancy. Daily case notes on interactions with each student are expected along with monthly logs of client contact. 

To apply: 

Please mail or e-mail a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references that can attest to your work ethic and/or experience working with youth to employment@youthgo.org -Subject: Youth Early Intervention and Bridges Mentor by 11/20/19. 

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin:  Sexual Assault Center Program Manager

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. 

JOB OVERVIEW:  Family Services' Sexual Assault Center provides services 24/7 to victims of sexual violence and their families and friends.  The program serves Brown, Door, Oconto, and Marinette Counties. The Sexual Assault Center provides sensitive services to all victims regardless of their age, gender, race, sexual orientation or disability.  Crisis intervention, information and referral, counseling, follow-up assistance, medical, legal and personal advocacy, support group, as well as community education are among the services provided.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

We are currently seeking an exceptional leader to serve as Program Manager for our Center.  Working primarily out of our Green Bay office, this position is responsible for ensuring quality services are delivered in each of the communities we serve.  Direct supervision of the program staff and volunteers of the Center and the day to day operations in Brown, Door, Oconto and Marinette communities is shared between the Program Manager and Supervisor.  The Program Manager will ensure the implementation of innovative and collaborative approaches in meeting the needs of victims of sexual assault and sex trafficking while developing strategies to reduce sexual violence in our communities. 

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor's degree in social work or closely related field and have a minimum of five years supervisory experience.  Preferred candidates will have a Master's degree in social work or closely related field, experience in working with victims of sexual assault, and have a minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience in a sexual assault center or similar environment. 

To apply, visit www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

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Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI:  Mental Health Specialist - Green Bay

For most people, a job is a job – something you do for a paycheck. However, those who join our mission at LSS, do so because they’re not satisfied with just a paycheck from a less-than-meaningful career. When you choose us, your work will revolve around meaningful endeavors like finding meals for someone who hasn’t eaten lately, treatment for someone who’s struggling with addiction, support for people with disabilities, housing for someone who’s homeless, finding clothing for a foster child or creating forever families through adoption. 

Full-time, 2nd shift ! Competitive pay starting at $13.00 per hour!

State of Wisconsin CBRF Certification a plus but not required as paid training is available upon hire.

Preble House is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Preble House is licensed as a Class AA (all residents ambulatory) 8 Bed CBRF.

As a Mental Health Specialist, you will engage in life skill development activities to support adults diagnosed with various mental illnesses. LSS staff provides support in medication management, independent-living skills, interactive groups and 24 hour supervision. If you enjoy working with a dynamic team making a difference in the lives of others, consider joining LSS today! 

Under supervision, performs work involving the recovery, support and advocacy for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

This list of duties and responsibilities is not all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time. 

  • De-escalates crisis situations using non-restrictive techniques.
  • Provides support to individuals, advocates and assesses problems and establishes a recovery focused environment within the individual’s home, group living or community.
  • Establishes and maintains confidential files and records and may be responsible for tracking and reporting on various statistics and demographics.
  • Identifies emergencies and responds appropriately.
  • Works as part of a community treatment team, including internal and external stakeholders.
  • In conjunction with the Supervisor, may develops curriculum and/or group activities that identify and address the needs represented.
  • May facilitate supports groups with an emphasis on recovery and strength based techniques.
  • Transports and escort clients to meetings, services, appointments and other activities.
  • Attends staff meetings and participates in training activities as required.
  • Participates in community advocacy for individuals with mental illness.
  • Assists with medication administration to ensure compliance with prescribed dosages and time frames.
  • Supports individuals during social, educational, or recreational activities and may assist in the planning and operation of the activities.
  • Promotes an independent lifestyle through skill and resource building and connecting individuals to supports in the community.
  • Assists individuals in identifying and achieving goals.
  • Observes, documents and reports clients progress to staff, supervisors and social workers and follows the individualized service plan and/or safety plan.
  • Maintains confidential client information and records.
  • Models appropriate and healthy boundaries.
  • Supports individuals in making decisions that promote and ensure their safety.
  • May administer basic first aid as needed and/or assist with other daily healthcare needs.
  • For group living, other house duties as assigned such as grocery shopping for the house and moderate house-keeping.
  • Ability to work independently and problem solve efficiently.
  • Must be flexible and adapt well to change.

 Working for Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan includes: 

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

QUALIFICATIONS:

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

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

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

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

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

COMPUTER SKILLS/TECHNOLOGY:

Working knowledge of computers to allow employee to access computer systems and applications to complete time-cards, read and respond to email, and complete required on-line training.   

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:

  • The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 
  • The job allows the employee to vary physical position or activity for comfort.
  • The employee may be required to stand and /or walk for 8 hours or longer.
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently (i.e. 34% to 66% of the time) required to grasp/handle objects, and use fine manipulation/fingering.
  • In addition the employee is occasionally (1% to 33% of the time) required to sit, climb, bend/stoop, knell, crouch, twist, reach above or below shoulder height, and push or pull up to 50 lbs. The employee may be required to lift up to 50 lbs rarely, and up to 25 lbs occasionally. 
  • The incumbent of this position works in a community based residential environment.  The incumbent will also be exposed to outdoor conditions when traveling on company business. 
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. 

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

LSS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, disability status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

To apply, go to www.lsswis.org

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Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI:  Mental Health Specialist - Appleton

When you choose a career with Lutheran Social Services (LSS) of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, you give of yourself – of your heart and of your soul – to impact lives and ultimately to build healthy communities. And at the end of the day, that feels pretty good! 

Full-time, 2nd shift (2:00 pm - 10:00 pm) with every other weekend rotation!

Competitive pay starting at $13 per hour!

State of Wisconsin CBRF Certification a plus but not required as paid training is available upon hire.

As a Mental Health Specialist, you will engage in life skill development activities to support adults diagnosed with various mental illnesses. LSS staff provides support in medication management, independent-living skills, interactive groups and 24 hour supervision. 

Under supervision, performs work involving the recovery, support and advocacy for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

This list of duties and responsibilities is not all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time. 

  • De-escalates crisis situations using non-restrictive techniques
  • Provides support to individuals, advocates and assesses problems and establishes a recovery focused environment within the individual’s home, group living or community.
  • Establishes and maintains confidential files and records and may be responsible for tracking and reporting on various statistics and demographics.
  • Identifies emergencies and responds appropriately
  • Works as part of a community treatment team, including internal and external stakeholders
  • In conjunction with the Supervisor, may develop curriculum and/or group activities that identify and address the needs represented
  • May facilitate supports groups with an emphasis on recovery and strength based techniques
  • Transports and escort clients to meetings, services, appointments and other activities
  • Attends staff meetings and participates in training activities as required
  • Participates in community advocacy for individuals with mental illness
  • Assists with medication administration to ensure compliance with prescribed dosages and timeframes
  • Supports individuals during social, educational, or recreational activities and may assist in the planning and operation of the activities.
  • Promotes an independent lifestyle through skill and resource building and connecting individuals to supports in the community.
  • Assists individuals in identifying and achieving goals
  • Observes, documents and reports clients progress to staff, supervisors and social workers and follows the individualized service plan and/or safety plan.
  • Maintains confidential client information and records
  • Models appropriate and healthy boundaries
  • Supports individuals in making decisions that promote and ensure their safety
  • May administer basic first aid as needed and/or assist with other daily healthcare needs for group living
  • Other house duties as assigned such as grocery shopping for the house and moderate house-keeping.
  • Ability to work independently and problem solve efficiently.
  • Must be flexible and adapt well to change.

QUALIFICATIONS:

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

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

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

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

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

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

To apply, go to www.lsswis.org

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

This opportunity allows you to support individuals with a myriad of mental health diagnoses.This is a  four bed duplex setting. You will work closely with the team of staff and members of the client’s treatment team. The environment can be fast paced and the ability to multi-task is important. Support is offered to clients through groups, transportation to appointments, medication management, and helping clients develop or strengthen their basic and instrumental ADL's. Training is provided by LSS and some outside sources. It is fulfilling watching the clients growth and development and knowing your servant leadership aided in that process.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

This list of duties and responsibilities is not all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time. 

  • De-escalates crisis situations using non-restrictive techniques
  • Provides support to individuals, advocates and assesses problems and establishes a recovery focused environment within the individual’s home, group living or community.
  • Establishes and maintains confidential files and records and may be responsible for tracking and reporting on various statistics and demographics.
  • Identifies emergencies and responds appropriately
  • Works as part of a community treatment team, including internal and external stakeholders In conjunction with the Supervisor
  • May develop curriculum and/or group activities that identify and address the needs represented
  • May facilitate supports groups with an emphasis on recovery and strength based techniques
  • Transports and escort clients to meetings, services, appointments and other activities
  • Attends staff meetings and participates in training activities as required
  • Participates in community advocacy for individuals with mental illness
  • Assists with medication administration to ensure compliance with prescribed dosages and time frames
  • Supports individuals during social, educational, or recreational activities and may assist in the planning and operation of the activities.
  • Promotes an independent lifestyle through skill and resource building and connecting individuals to supports in the community.
  • Assists individuals in identifying and achieving goals
  • Observes, documents and reports clients progress to staff, supervisors and social workers and follows the individualized service plan and/or safety plan.
  • Maintains confidential client information and records
  • Models appropriate and healthy boundaries
  • Supports individuals in making decisions that promote and ensure their safety
  • May administer basic first aid as needed and/or assist with other daily healthcare needs for group living
  • Other house duties as assigned such as grocery shopping for the house and moderate house-keeping.
  • Ability to work independently and problem solve efficiently.
  • Must be flexible and adapt well to change.

PERKS:

  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Paid Time Off
  • Service Awards and Recognition
  • Ability to Contribute to 403B
  • Employee Assistance Program

QUALIFICATIONS: 

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

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: 

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

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: 

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

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

To apply, go to www.lsswis.org

LSS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, disability status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Bus Driver

We are looking for an experienced bus driver and substitute bus driver to join our team at the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley during the school year (September to June). The Bus Driver position will provide transportation of youth club members from assigned schools in the Appleton Area School District to the Boys & Girls Club of Appleton daily. Position requires 10-12 hours per week, [Monday-Friday] 2:45-4:30 PM. The Bus Driver may also be required provide transportation to and from special events and summer programs as needed. 

Responsibilities:

  • Transport children from school to the Boys & Girls Club during afternoons
  • Always maintain a clean bus 
  • Obey all traffic laws
  • Perform inspections of the bus before and after each route
  • Ensure safety of all youth
  • Ensures that all transportation routes are completed in a safe professional manner, adhering to the procedures of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley
  • Discipline children when required to maintain a safe and healthy environment and notifying the Branch Director immediately if problems occur with members.
  • Assist students with getting on and off the bus when required

Requirement:  Position requires a valid Commercial Driver’s License from the State of Wisconsin. License must have P (Passenger) and S (School Bus) endorsement.

To apply, go to:   https://secure.entertimeonline.com/ta/K1036.careers?ApplyToJob=218476674 

Or email Bev Grabow at bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org

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Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin:  Volunteer Program Specialist (Part-time Positions)

Part-Time Positions - 20-25 hours per week, Monday - Friday with some Saturdays

Job Summary:  You'll lead our volunteer groups from the time they arrive until they leave at the end of their shift. You'll do an orientation, answer questions, and foster a welcoming, productive, and safe environment where they feel valued and respected. Your domain will be our volunteer center and you will assist the volunteers as they complete a variety of activities including sorting, boxing, quality checking, and/or labeling the product we receive for distribution. 

Your Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Leading, assisting, and stewarding volunteer groups by taking photos, conducting debriefing sessions, saying thank you, and inviting them to return.
  • Answering questions about our mission and organization, talking about how we serve the community and explaining how their efforts make it possible for us to fulfill our mission.
  • Overseeing quality control to ensure the product the volunteers work with meets food safety standards.
  • Projecting and determining appropriate volunteer activities for incoming groups and individuals.
  • Acting as the backup for the Volunteer Engagement Coordinator.
  • Setting up, coordinating, and cleaning up after each group and maintaining an organized volunteer center.

Our Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Ability to work a schedule of 20-to-25 hours a week, primarily M-F 8:30 – 4:00 including some Saturdays and can include holidays
  • Ability to work in a warehouse environment and consistently bend, twist, climb, kneel, squat, sit, stand, reach above shoulders, and lift 20-to-50 pounds
  • Ability to stand and walk on a concrete surface for the majority of the work day
  • Ability to actively engage large groups of diverse individuals
  • Ability to work independently, take initiative and meet high expectations
  • Exceptional communication skills and impeccable customer service focus
  • Strong training skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills to establish and maintain good working relationships with internal and external contacts
  • High degree of tact, diplomacy, and discretion, with an emphasis on professionalism
  • Ability to obtain ServSafe and HAACP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) certification within three months of hire
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite and database programs
  • Ability to actively engage large groups of diverse individuals
  • Ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays as needed

Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin is committed to fostering diversity in our workplace. Diversity is an inclusive concept and encompasses, without limitation, race, color, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, age, or disability. 

To apply go to: www.feedingamericawi.org/careers  and click on View Current Opportunities.

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Goodwill NCW:  FISC Counselor and Education Coordinator

Create impact. Celebrate the possible. Join our Goodwill family as a FISC Counselor and Education Coordinator. 

Join a culture where opportunities abound, and the ability to make a difference every day is lived out in our stores and hallways. At Goodwill NCW, the work is challenging, rewarding, full of variety and always comes back to the people whose lives we touch and serve. 

While receiving leadership support from the Leader of Counseling Services, the FISC Counselor and Education Coordinator will Elevate People by Eliminating Barriers to Employment by coaching, counseling and teaching families and individuals sound consumer credit and housing counseling financial principles that will improve the quality of their lives. This dual role will also coordinate the design and delivery of financial education programs in the community. This position also ensures that all activities are performed in a manner that is consistent with the mission, vision, values and brand of Goodwill.

Key responsibilities: 

  • The FISC Counselor and Education Coordinator will help to improve the lives of people in the community by coaching people with financial issues, including analyzing financial situations and recommending alternatives, teaching credit and money management skills, developing Debt Management Plans (DMP) and providing bankruptcy counseling and housing counseling, and financial education while working with creditors and referring clients to other community resources.
  • The FISC Counselor and Education Coordinatorwill develop a network of contacts with financial institutions, human services providers, employers and other organizations in the community. The person in this role will help maintain a consistent community image for FISC programming through participation in community and Goodwill events, collaboration with other organizations and related activities.
  • The FISC Counselor and Education Coordinator will coordinate, schedule or teach educational workshops in the community. Coordinate the Power of Money and other internal workshops.

Whom I serve: 

  • Clients, FISC and Goodwill Team Members, Partner Organizations: Helpful financial advice, communication and motivation for empowerment to make financial behavior changes, profession manners and dependability. 
  • FISC Team: Participation in team decisions, action and accountability for assigned responsibilities and support and encouragement of team member work. 
  • Goodwill NCW: Represent Goodwill in a professional manner and promote Goodwill in the communities we serve. 
  • Funders (United Way, NFCC, Foundations, etc.): Professional counseling services and reporting of outcomes. Information about our services and data gathered that measures program outcomes.

 Outcomes of my work:

  • High satisfaction on participant surveys from financial counseling relationships and financial education presentations.
  • Attend team meetings and demonstrate positive interactions with teammates.
  • Client outcomes are recorded and reported to funders; required standards are met.
  • Positive satisfaction from community surveys.
  • United Way and other funders support FISC’s work.
  • Accreditation and compliance certifications are successfully renewed.

What I must bring: 

  • Four-year college degree preferred
  • Previous counseling/coaching experience
  • Knowledge of personal finance, budgets and money management
  • General knowledge of credit reports, mortgages, including foreclosure prevention, lending, financial planning concepts and tax issues.
  • Knowledge about educational techniques to motivate people of all ages and income levels with their finances.
  • Ability to learn new software system
  • Experience of at least an intermediate to high level of competency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
  • Knowledge of community resources and experience with nonprofit organizations is desired.

Certifications to bring or attain after employment (within 6 month): 

NFCC certification as a consumer credit counselor HUD housing counseling certification

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 allow individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 
  • Work is performed in a combination of a standard office environment and in the league sites of the consumers we serve with extensive 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.
  • Must have the ability to lift at least 50 pounds as needed.

About Goodwill NCW:

Goodwill NCW is a leader in the Goodwill movement, consistently placing within the top 15% of Goodwills across the United States and Canada.  We are engaged, and we are passionate. The work we do is part of a bigger picture where we are dedicated to achieving our mission of Elevating People by Eliminating Barriers to Employment. Discover the difference you can make for yourself and your community.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to: 

https://secure.jobappnetwork.com/apply/c_gdw/FISC-Counselor-and-Education-Coordinator-job-Menasha-WI-US-3526203.html#s

or email Brenda Smongeski at bsmongeski@felc.com

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Lawrence University:  Administrative Assistant (Part-time)

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE: The administrative assistant position coordinates and manages software systems, transportation resources, and events for the Center for Community Engagement and Social Change. This role will act as the primary administrator and trainer for the Give Pulse Volunteer Management system, oversee the service shuttle, coordinate a team of service shuttle drivers, and provide full-range support for all campus events. This is a part-time, permanent position requiring 15 hours/week. 

DUTIES:

  • Serve as administrator for Give Pulse, the volunteer management software system that promotes volunteer opportunities, tracks volunteer activity and produces institutional reports.
  • Serve as primary contact for community partners interested in posting volunteer opportunities
  • Train all Give Pulse administrators (community partners/LU staff and faculty, student organization leaders) on system features and usage
  • Maintain data and process clean up reports on a monthly basis
  • Produce term metrics on a termly basis for institutional reports
  • Create and/or maintain communication and promotional tools to encourage Give Pulse usage
  • Work closely with Office Manager student staff to bring data to life through storytelling, graphics, etc.
  • Manage weekend service shuttle that provides greater access for Lawrentians to serve: hire/support student drivers, process weekly volunteer needs, reserve vehicles, communicate with all parties (driver/requestor/facilities) on a weekly basis
  • Provide support for all-campus events
  • Identify and reserve appropriate rooms and/or spaces for event including equipment/catering
  • Ensure events are posted to appropriate websites including CLC website, Lawrence Link, LU calendar
  • Provide ongoing communications with invited guests (students/staff/faculty/community partners) and registrants
  • Support event owner in event execution on day of event including event set-up and take-down.
  • Develop and communicate event results (attendance, response rate, verbatim comments, surveys, etc.) as identified in conjunction with event owner.
  • Develop online resources that support students interested in pursuing alternative break volunteer opportunities (local and global) as well as social justice education
  • Maintain databases for communication with key constituents (weekly student newsletter, community partner correspondence)
  • Manage CCE facility: request IT and facilities help when needed, approve room reservations, and maintain space
  • Provide administrative support in absence of the CCE director 

WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:

This individual will work extensively with Center for Community Engagement and Social Change (CCE) staff, students, community partners and other staff across Lawrence Campus. As the CCE reports to the Center for Career, Life, and Community Engagement (CLC), there may be opportunities to work in partnership with CLC team members.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

1. Excellent oral and written communication skills

2. Ability to work independently while maintaining collaborative spirit with supervisor and colleagues

3. Strong time management skills; ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously and excellent attention to detail and ability to problem solve.

4. Solid technical skills (Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and willingness/aptitude to learn other applications as needed.

5. Sensitivity for and confidentiality of materials/information processed.

6. Willingness to work extended hours, including evenings and week-ends for special events

Apply online at https://lawrence.peopleadmin.com/

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First English Lutheran Church:  Neighbor Network Coordinator (Part-time)

Position Summary:  This role exists to help volunteers of First English Lutheran Church (FELC) “live your call” – building relationships through service.  It leads the implementation, administration and ongoing coordination of the FELC’s Neighbor Network – an initiative committed to helping us love our neighbors by connecting people’s joyful need to serve with others’ unmet needs.  (Note: A neighbor is understood to be anyone other than ourselves – a person, regardless of place; a member of our community, regardless of membership within our congregation.) 

To accomplish this purpose, the incumbent does three things: discern and capture the unmet needs of individuals in our congregation and/or community; lead ongoing efforts to gather and organize the capabilities & capacity of FELC volunteers; and coordinate the delivery of volunteers’ services to meet the identified needs in a timely, efficient, and highly-supportive personal manner. 

The incumbent holds a role that’s intended to be an integral and supportive part of FELC’s overall mission and ministry. As such, although part-time, the incumbent is expected to see themselves and be seen as an integral participant in the larger FELC staff and life of the congregation.

Reports to:  Senior Pastor, with guidance of a Neighbor Network Advisory Committee

Job Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Core
  1. Be the personal face of, and the primary point of contact for, the Neighbor Network initiative for people both within and beyond FELC.
  2. Be highly approachable and attentive to accurately gather and address individuals’ unmet needs – both temporary as well as ongoing.
  3. Coordinate the gathering, sorting and continuous evaluation of people’s desires, capabilities and capacity to serve as volunteers.
  4. Reach out to, engage, and coordinate the delivery of volunteers’ services to address the needs of others in a timely, efficient & supportive manner.
  5. Conduct follow-up conversations with both the service providers and recipients to: ensure the completion of tasks; assess the level of satisfaction; and identify, recommend and implement changes as needed for continuous improvement of the Neighbor Network and its outcomes.
  6. Remain knowledgeable regarding the purpose, services and contacts of other service organizations in the Fox Cities (FC) community so as to complement, not compete with, their roles in the larger FC network.
  7. Use sound judgment to discern what is within or beyond the intended Neighbor Network scope and, if beyond, make appropriate referrals. 
  • Day-to-day
    • Be a visible, regular presence at worship at both sites and in weekly staff meetings.
    • Communicate fully, clearly and empathetically with both neighbors and volunteers.
    • Develop and maintain accurate and up-to-date records using current FELC management software.
    • Routinely review and update these records.
    • Develop and maintain ready-reference materials and a network of “go-to” individuals and resources within the congregation and community.
    • Track, tally and report on personal interactions and key-performance indicators (KPI) for the Neighbor Network.
    • Demonstrate a bias toward direct phone and face-to-face conversations with people; use electronic communication tactics as needed for efficiency.

Job Skills and Requirements:

  • Experience: The incumbent will have deep experience (10 years+) in working with, and preferably managing, people as well as projects in a human services organization or context.  Experience working with seniors as well as people of diverse backgrounds and abilities is especially important (age, gender, race, ethnicity, physical and/or cognitive). 
  • Hard skills / requirements: The incumbent will:
    • build trust readily and consistently
    • manage sensitive situations with confidentiality
    • demonstrate exceptional listening, verbal and written communication skills consistently
    • demonstrate exceptional organization skills; be well organized and able to effectively organize others
    • have strong computer skills with basic programs including Excel
    • be an FELC member and/or person demonstrating a track record of being well connected to the surrounding community
    • preferably, be fluent in a second language prevalent in the community
    • Soft skills: The incumbent will also:
      • derive personal energy and satisfaction from engaging with people
      • demonstrate a servant leadership style in leading self and leading others
      • have high emotional intelligence
      • possess strong self and organizational awareness
      • remain mindful of the “big picture” while being attentive to details
      • be able to distill complexity to achieve simplicity
      • be a team player and model the Christian faith in her/his own life

Evaluation and Compensation:

The Neighbor Network Coordinator receives an annual performance evaluation.  Compensation is reviewed annually.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to bsmongeski@felc.com or mail to:  Brenda Smongeski, First English Lutheran Church, 326 E North Street, Appleton, WI  54911

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Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity:  Development Manager

Purpose:  To execute fundraising plan and help build a diversified funding base with an emphasis on expanding entry and mid-level gift opportunities.

Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to the development department’s goals and objectives and ensure that the fundraising strategy utilized is consistent with Habitat’s mission.
  • Make decisions from a fundraising perspective on behalf of the organization, keeping Director of Development informed and seeking advice as needed.
  • Design and successfully execute fundraising strategies and programs that will develop a vibrant donor pipeline. 
  • Collaborate with development team on creation and execution of a comprehensive donor stewardship program that will include establishing and maintaining a sound donor data management system and administering our core fundraising programs such as direct mail, donor acquisition, grants, and donor events.
  • Strategically grow our charitable investments from corporations, foundations and institutions.
  • Organize and promote donor engagement activities including but not limited to Habitat Impact Tours, Home Dedications, and donor engagement or recognition events.  Contribute to the success of the annual Celebration of Partnership to recognize and thank all supporters of the organization. 
  • Coordinate with our marketing and communications staff on the creation of communication materials to garner engagement with donors including but not limited to newsletters, fliers, appeal letters and social media posts and blogs. 
  • Contribute to a “top 50” prospect list for major and planned gifts of $5,000 and more and collaborate with the Development staff, volunteers and the Board in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of the prospect list.
  • Identify grant opportunities and contribute to written response and requirements of grants and proposals. 
  • Look for opportunities (or position other key leadership) to attend community events or serve on community panels or initiatives which better position the organization for improved fundraising or visibility.
  • Report to leadership team and Board of Directors progress and effectiveness of various donor activities as well as progress on pipeline development goals.
  • Work with the Development staff in the formulation of an annual development program budget and monitor budget progress throughout the year.
  • Work collaboratively with the management team and staff to maintain a positive, supportive and mission focused work culture.
  • Develop strong, positive and lasting relationships with staff and volunteers throughout the organization.
  • Act as a passionate and informed advocate for Habitat and serve as one of the key spokespersons for the organization. Communication focuses on both strategic issues as well as more program-specific issues.
  • Have a thorough knowledge of the history, programs and major milestones of Habitat and the key leadership, volunteers and donors who have contributed to its success.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

  • Proven track record of fundraising or related sales experience, preferably in the Fox Cities area.
  • Strong networking skills, including attending events, hosting events, and participating in civic groups and activities which will better position the organization for success.
  • Outstanding interpersonal communication skills which must be effective and courteous, requiring high integrity when dealing with a broad array of backgrounds.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills, with  ability and comfort presenting to large/organized groups.
  • Strong problem-solving and project management skills.
  • Natural ability to work within a team environment, while able to work with little supervision.
  • Ability to make sound judgments, assume responsibility, and work independently in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to manage financial resources
  • Commitment to mission and values-driven work environment.
  • Thorough working knowledge of Word, Outlook and Excel and databases that support donor management and proposal development.
  • Demonstrated ability in grant and proposal writing a plus.

To apply, send cover letter and resume to amyp@foxcitieshabitat.org

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Outside Sales

Do you enjoy building new customer relationships and growing profitable sales? 

Do you have a technical, equipment, or machinery aptitude and interest? 

Do you have high energy, stellar communication and leadership skills, and impressive attention-to-detail? 

Are you ready for a new challenge in your sales career? 

If “yes,” then apply with Valley Packaging Industries today!

Outside Sales

Location: 2730 N. Roemer Road, Appleton

Job Summary: Outside Sales is responsible for leading sales activities, communication, and customer service for specific prospects and customers through use of in-person interactions, telephone, emails and other oral/written forms of correspondence. Outside Sales will profitably grow business services sales in existing and new accounts: actively lead and participate in pioneering multiple customer entry points; and coordinate internal and external resources to follow-up on proposals, projects, actual customer orders, and all communication required to meet the customers’ requirements. Outside Sales will routinely lead and participate on internal project teams and use technical sales knowledge of Valley Packaging’s equipment, technical competencies, and labor abilities. Efforts are directed at meeting budgeted sales and earnings goals for the account base, and other duties will be performed as needed. 

Qualifications: 2-5 years relevant inside or outside sales experience with profitable customer growth; packaging industry and/or technical sales experience preferred; Bachelor Degree; demonstrated leadership skills with ability to work well with others; competent in algebra and familiar with ROI calculations and analysis; working knowledge of Microsoft Office, NAV, Outlook and ability to learn new computer programs; aptitude to learn and implement technical sales knowledge involving equipment and machine operations; able to organize, self-direct and prioritize; must employ strong active listening skills and maintain effective and positive working relationships with others; and demonstrated use of good judgment, effective communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality. 

Ideal Candidate: behaves with a strong customer service orientation; enjoys pioneering, relationship building, and connects effectively with people at all organizational levels; employs exemplary oral and written communication skills; leads and contributes on teams equally as well; embodies a high sense of urgency and ownership of customers, projects, and communication; excels in critical thinking, trouble shooting, and creative problem solving; resolves conflicts productively and positively; possesses strong organizational skills; possesses an aptitude and willingness to learn technology related to machine, equipment, and computer competencies; and acts with high attention to detail and effective time management.

Compensation: Commensurate with experience and qualifications

Please apply via our website at www.vpind.com/careers

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Agape of Appleton, Inc.:  Caregiver - Appleton & Fond du Lac

$500-$1000 New Hire Bonus

Full-time and Part-time positions available

Do you want to make a difference in someone's life?

Have you always had a tendency to help others?

If you answered yes, you should consider a career with Agape of Appleton. Agape is looking for dependable Caregivers to work with individuals with developmental disabilities. As a Caregiver, you will support/advocate for individuals in community settings based on Agape philosophy and values.

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

Interested candidates can apply by going to: http://www.agapeinc.org and click on "Employment" on top right of page.  Application deadline is 11/1/2019.

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

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De Pere Christian Outreach:  Operations Manager

Looking to make a difference in the lives of others?  De Pere Christian Outreach is looking for that special someone to lead our non-profit, faith-based organization. 

Job Summary:  As Operations Manager, you would lead a team of dedicated volunteers in running our Thrift Store and Food Pantry.  This full-time salaried position would include guiding and mentoring volunteers, overseeing departments are adequately staffed, ensuring submission of compliance required documentation, sustaining Feeding America status, maintaining client database, ordering supplies and consumables, working with vendors, coordinating special events and food drives, and other duties or responsibilities as required in overseeing day-to-day operations.

Applicant must have a working knowledge of Word and Excel.  Experience in leading volunteers and a proficiency in Spanish would be beneficial.  Salary will be compensatory with ability and experience.

To apply:  Send cover letter and resume to:  deperechristian3@wi.twcbc.com

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Healthy Habits Line Cook

Job Summary:  The Healthy Habits Food Program Line Cook functions as a staff member that will prepare daily menu items and provide nutritious meals and snacks to our Club members while maintaining safe and sanitary food-handling practices.

Essential Responsibilities:

• Maintain a safe and sanitary work environment required by federal, state and local health codes.

• Prepare and serve meals that meet or exceed Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) guidelines.

• Maintain documentation as required by CACFP, SPSP, Department of Public Instruction (DPI), & Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley.

• Report and maintain cafeteria/kitchen equipment with the assistance of the Director of Food Service or the Maintenance/Janitorial Staff.

• Maintain paper records that are up-to-date, accurate and legible.

• Provide our youth with motivation and inspiration daily.

• Promote healthy eating.

• Maintain cleanliness in the kitchen, cooler and freezer.

• Ensure a safe and healthy environment.

• Accept responsibility for the quality of products served.

• Handles, stores and rotates all products properly.

Qualifications:

The Healthy Habits Food Program Line Cook is a flexible part-time position in the school year and a full-time position in the summer that requires the following:

• A high school diploma or equivalent

• Culinary degree (preferred)

• ServeSafe Certification or ability to obtain (preferred) • Two-year job-related experience in preparation of institutional quantities of food for a cafeteria or related field.

• Knowledge and understanding of modern methods of food preparation, health codes, sanitation principles and nutritional requirements.

• Organizational Skills

• Perform basic arithmetic

• The ability to work efficiently and independently

• Accuracy and speed in executing assigned tasks 

To apply, go to:  https://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/careers/

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes:  Camp & Property Senior Manager

Job Summary:  Professional position with the responsibility for developing and administering program and summer camp opportunities and support systems to meet the needs and interest of girl members.  This position works side-by-side with the Camp and Property Director to also direct and coordinate property maintenance and development.  The Camp Manager will report to this position along with some property/maintenance staff.

Department:  Camp and Property

Reports to: Camp and Property Director

Classification:  Exempt      Salary Grade:  $44,000 - $57,000

More information and application can be found on our website gsnwgl.org

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Samaritan Counseling Center:  Mental Health Therapist (Full-time)

Job Summary:  Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley (SCC) is seeking an experienced licensed mental health counselor to practice in our main office in  Menasha and in one of our satellite locations, providing services to adults and youth in individual, family or group settings.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:

Professional Services

  • Provide counseling services that meet/exceed performance expectations
  • Maintain electronic clinical records in accordance to State of Wisconsin and SCC policies and procedures
  • Work with the administrative staff to set and collect appropriate fees
  • Provide services aligned with best practice that meet and exceed the standards and practices as an LPC, LMFT, or LCSW
  • Provide after-hours crisis services as assigned

Clinical Staff Participation

  • Work collaboratively with staff colleagues, consultants, and referring professionals
  • Actively participate in clinical staffing and case consultations
  • Attend and actively participate in administrative staff meetings, staff retreats, and other team building activities

Center Administration and Development

  • Actively participate in the development of the Center's referral network
  • Perform administrative and Center development tasks as assigned
  • Participate in the Center's programs of education, consultation, and community relations

Qualifications:

  • Current licensure in good standing in Wisconsin as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Ability and desire to work in a cohesive and collaborative team
  • Professional competency integrating spirituality and psychotherapy or desire to develop this competency
  • Ability and willingness to develop and cultivate his/her own caseload by representing the Center in the community and relating to referral sources
  • Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC, CSAC) and Bilingual Spanish/English highly desirable

Samaritan Counseling Center offers employees a competitive compensation and benefit package and these additional benefits: 

  • You’ll find personal meaning through the mission and values of Samaritan Counseling Center.
  • You’ll live that mission in our weekly 30-minute interfaith devotional time.
  • You’ll make lasting professional connections with a team of committed people in a growing organization.

 ABOUT US:

Our mission: We connect mind, body and spirit so individuals, families, organizations and communities thrive.

Since 1970, Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley has been serving individuals of all ages, and of all walks of life in the Fox Valley region and surrounding areas.

Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley is fully licensed with the state of Wisconsin as an outpatient mental health and AODA clinic and accredited by the Solihten Institute (http://www.solihten.org).

Our clients can expect professional, expert counseling that is cost effective.

We specialize in integrating spirituality and faith in psychotherapy according to what is relevant to each client. Samaritan Counseling Center views a person’s spirit as integral to their emotional healing and growth. Spirituality in its many expressions offers hope, inspiration and direction when skillfully integrated in counseling. Samaritan is not a religious organization.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to tsiebers@samaritan-counseling.com

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Memorial Presbyterian Church:  Children's and Youth Ministry Coordinator

Job Summary:  The Children’s and Youth Ministry (CYM) Coordinator will serve in a part-time (15-20 hours per week) capacity to handle the week-to-week operations of the Children and Youth Ministry (CYM) programs.  This position focuses on administration and management, dealing primarily with the behind-the-scenes tasks that support the ministry.  The successful candidate will be the “air traffic controller” for the various volunteers working within the Children and Youth Ministries.  This position will work in conjunction with the CYM team and will report directly to the Senior Pastor.

Primary Roles and Responsibilities: 

  • Organize all major events expected from the Children and Youth Ministries.  All events should be well publicized to ensure success.
  • In conjunction with the CYM team, enhance personal relationships between parents, children, youth, and volunteers of the CYM program. 
  • Organize details of weekly/special Ministry programs, including:
  1.  Attendance Tracking
  2. Curriculum Supplies
  3. Weekly Parent Emails
  4. Memo from Memorial  Newsletter Article and Bulletin Announcements
  5. Necessary Forms and registrations
  6. Event Management
  7. Web/Social Media presence (if applicable)
  8. Volunteer Support and Training
  • Create and distribute organizational documents (i.e. Children and Youth Ministries Directory, Volunteer Job Descriptions, Calendars, Event Planning Notebooks, and Leaders Directory)
  • Order, distribute, and encourage effective use of curriculum materials, equipment, and general supplies 
  • Ensure accurate and timely completion of any necessary compliance documents (i.e. Volunteer applications/ background checks, licensing, etc.) 
  • Support the CYM team in efforts to recruit volunteers for weekly/ special events. 
  • Communicate activities of CYM program to parents, students, and congregation through various mediums.  Also, collaborate with CYM team to provide outreach for the CYM program to the broader community. 
  • Meet weekly with Senior Pastor, attend weekly staff meetings, and attend monthly CYM team meetings as a staff representative.
  • Ensure that the CYM programs and volunteers adhere to safe church policies and guidelines 
  • Other duties as directed by Pastor. 

Minimum Preferred Qualifications: 

  • A goal-oriented individual who possess the following traits: maturity, organization, strong communication skills, motivation, administration skills, and the ability to meet deadlines; 
  • Experience with coordination and scheduling of volunteer-based organizations; 
  • Experience working with Children and Youth Ministries; and 
  • Completion of successful background check.

 Other:

  • Flexible schedule during the week, must be available Sunday mornings. The following are anticipated prep hours for weekly events:
  • Position to be filled immediately.

To apply:  Submit resumes to mike.goodwin@mpcappleton.org

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Wild Ones:  Administrative Specialist (Part-time)

Job Summary:  $13/hour: part-time, 25-30 hours a week, core hours 10 AM - 3 PM; potential for job-share, 10 hours/week, 10 AM - 3 PM 

Overview:  Database processing and entry of receipts and deposits, answering phones, processing QuickBooks transactions, and fulfilling member and chapter supplies. Reports to Executive Director.

Responsibilities:

Membership

  • Provide accurate data entry of transactions, receipts and deposits into membership database system.
  • Respond to member and chapter needs by answering questions and sending needed information.
  • Fulfill and ship merchandise and literature orders from members and chapters; ensure accurate data entry for inventory and accounting purposes.
  • Work with online store vendor to ensure orders are fulfilled and shipped on time; verify inventory levels.

Accounting

  • Make data entries in QuickBooks; generate monthly financial reports as required by the Director.
  • Update vendor information for 1099 processing.
  • Manage ACH billing and payments.
  • Prepare bank deposits; reconcile database and QuickBooks.

Website

  • Add new content, make simple updates, assist chapter webmasters.

Miscellaneous

  • Coordinate application intake and award notification for Seeds for Education Grant Program.
  • Take the lead in answering phones and handling walk-in traffic at the WILD Center.
  • Perform other duties as needed and assigned by the Executive Director.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma required; two-year degree or equivalent preferred.
  • Knowledgeable in use of Microsoft Office software; database experience required, Access experience a plus.
  • QuickBooks experience preferred.
  • Website content management (WordPress and HTML preferred).
  • Good writing and verbal communication skills; good phone etiquette.
  • Accurate data entry – both text and numeric. 
  • Ability to juggle a variety of tasks and challenges with humor and patience.
  • Hands-on attitude with flexibility and willingness to pitch in as needed in a small office team environment.

Benefits

  • Part-time
  • Vacation and sick pay accrued.
  • 10 paid holidays.
  • Eligible for SIMPLE IRA Retirement plan after minimum employment requirements are met.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to execdirector@wildones.org 

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Christ the King Lutheran Church:  Director of Faith Formation:  Confirmation & High School Youth (Part-time)

Scope of Position:  The Director of Faith Formation for Confirmation & High School Youth is committed to Jesus Christ and passionate about building Christ-Centered relationships with middle and high school youth and their families. They shall have strong interpersonal and relational skills for working with people of all ages, along with effective project management and implementation skills.

Ministry Supervisor:  Pastor Nate Gauerke, Senior Pastor

Position Type: Part-time, hourly (15 hours per week) 

Essential Duties:  

  • Relational Ministry-Knowing that faith is formed through personal trusted relationships, work to create Christ-centered community between youth, parents, and faith mentors of the congregation
    • Build relationships with youth of the congregation
    • Connect youth with trusted adults in the congregation who will share their story and walk with youth as mentors
    • Help provide tools and resources to parents to help them learn how to be faith role models for their children to fulfill the promises made at baptism
  • Confirmation -Oversee all elements of the Confirmation program
    • Arrive early to be present during Wednesday night confirmation time—take care of unlocking doors, setting thermostats, and locking doors after programming is finished
    • Assist pastors and confirmation teachers in the organization and implementation of confirmation curriculum
    • Develop an annual calendar of confirmation events and speakers
    • Coordinate, recruit, train, encourage, and support lay volunteers associated with the confirmation program (table guides, teachers, meal hosts, etc)
    • Work with the Financial Manager to set up registration for confirmation
    • Recruit volunteers to maintain records of attendance, worship notes, and service hours
    • Ensure all supplies and classroom materials are available for use
  • High School Ministry -Develop and lead service and fellowship events with Senior High Students.
    • Organize youth mission trip, lead or share responsibilities with other staff as needed.
  • Communication -Provide communication with families regarding upcoming events, and empower them so they can continue to teach faith at home.
    • Connect and communicate with the people of the congregation through constant contact, social media, worship announcements verbal/printed/visual, etc. of upcoming events, how they may be involved, and to thank them. 

Other Duties:

  1. Attend staff meetings and staff retreats as a resource to other ministries and the development and life of the congregation.
  2. Worship on a regular basis and maintain boundaries to have a healthy faith, family, and personal life.
  3. Other duties as assigned by pastors.

 Required Skills & Competencies:

  • Has a passionate faith in Jesus Christ, and leads a life that reflects Christ’s love for all people, including self
  • Passionate about connecting with and caring for youth to reflect Christ The King’s vision of making God’s love come to life
  • A team player who partners with the gifts and skills of other church staff
  • Able to follow-through on projects to bring them from idea to reality, while paying attention to details
  • Basic skills in Microsoft Office and use of social media
  • Maintains a positive social media presence, being mindful of appropriate boundaries and communication

 About Christ the King:

Located in a growing area of Northeast Wisconsin, Christ the King is a vibrant faith community where God’s love comes to life. On average our worship attendance hovers around 300 per week, and about 50% of our congregation is under the age of 34. Our congregation has a youthful energy teaching and equipping members to connect outward with our community. Keeping our youth engaged and families served has always been an energy focus at Christ the King. 

To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 professional references to Molly Mueller at hcqhmolly@tds.net

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St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System:  Payroll/HR Assistant

Job Summary:  St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System is seeking a part-time (30 hours/week) Payroll/HR Assistant for our Administrative Services Office - Northland.  The position is responsible for the accounting and clerical functions associated with payroll and providing assistance for the Accounting Manager and the Human Resource Manager.

Primary duties include:

  • Performing the semi-monthly payroll processing utilizing Paylocity
  • Collect and verify all applicable payroll timesheet information from staff and supervisors
  • Analyze, prepare and accurately input all payroll data and maintain backup documentation
  • Provide support to all employees regarding approved payroll procedures and practices.  Identify staff who are struggling to adhere to these procedures
  • Verify that pay is generated on time, accurately, and in compliance with contracts and other legal guidance that is applicable
  • Monitor time and attendance requests; reconcile with payroll data
  • File and maintain appropriate payroll and personnel files and documentation in accordance with organizational and industry-wide standards
  • Prepare data and reports to coincide with the Affordable Care Act reporting requirements
  • Prepare data for W-2 processing at year-end; audit W-2 preview reports ensuring accuracy
  • Review and reconcile assigned balance sheet accounts and select other accounts on a monthly basis
  • Prepare journal entries and prepare assigned monthly bank reconciliations.

This position is eligible for benefits, including health, dental and vision insurance, as well as Life/AD&D/LTD insurance, vacation, sick & holiday pay. We offer a generous retirement plan and flexibility in work schedules. 

Qualifications:

  • Candidates with a minimum Associates Degree in Accounting or closely related field and at least two years experience similar or transferrable to the responsibilities of this position. 
  • Superior math, problem-solving, and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work both independently and with cross-functional teams.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and interruptions while maintaining professional decorum.
  • Efficient, reliable and adaptable to change while maintaining high productivity levels under stressful deadlines. 
  • Good verbal communication skills.
  • Strong customer orientation.
  • Ability to reference applicable laws, standards, guidelines, and best practices.
  • Ability to exercise confidentially.
  • Proficiency in the application of computer software generally applicable to accounting and general office operations; experience with Paylocity preferred, but not required.

To Apply:  Please send a cover letter and a resume to humanresources@xaviercatholicschools.org

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes:  Caregiver and Community Engagement Member - AmeriCorps Position

Job Summary:  Located out of the Appleton Service Center - Caregiver and Community Engagement Member. This member would serve about 35 hours a week September through August. This position is open to either 1 Full time member serving about 35 hours a week September through August or 2 Half-time members serving approximately 17 hours a week September through August.

Essential Duties:  The member(s) will spend their time running a mega troop, attending community events, hosting and supporting girl scout family recruitment events, supporting new volunteers, building relationships with local colleges and service groups and supporting reaching out program efforts.

Qualifications:  The ideal candidate will have a high level of commitment, a passion for working with women and girls, and a wiliness to learn new things. Full time members will serve primarily Monday – Thursday 9:30 – 5:30 and the occasional night and weekend.  Half time members would serve primarily Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 11:30 – 5:30 with occasional other weekdays and weekends.

To apply, send cover letter and resume to hr@gsnwgl.org

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Appleton A Better Chance:  Cook

The main function of the Cook is to prepare healthy meals for the students living in the A Better Chance (ABC) house. The Cook also serves as an adult presence in the ABC house after school until the Resident Director is present. The schedule can be flexible — possibly as few as two days per week in the house, along with meal prep for other days of the week — and will be determined by consultation with the Cook, Resident Director and ABC Board of Directors. This position requires the completion of a successful background check.

Hours: September through June (school year) Monday – Thursday 3pm-6pm

Wage: $12 

Job Specific responsibilities:

  • Prepare & plan healthy meals for Scholars
  • Meet State Food Safety guidelines
  • Clean areas within the kitchen that the cook uses as well as items used
  • Work with the Resident Director in planning meals
  • Work with the Resident Director in purchasing supplies and managing the meal budget
  • Act as adult supervisor in the absence of the Resident Director 

To apply, please send a letter of interest to:  appletonabc@gmail.com

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Early Head Start:  Home Visitor

Will provide home visitation to families enrolled in Early Head Start home-based option, incorporating all aspects of Early Head Start services including prenatal and post-partum care, early childhood education, family services, health, nutrition, mental health and special needs (46 home visits annually). 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education,  Child and Family Studies, or a Bachelor’s degree in a field related to those above and one year of related work experience or,
  • A two year degree or classes equivalent to a two year degree in Early Childhood Education, Child and Family Studies or related field, and two years of related work experience.
  • Experience working with pregnant women and children ages birth to three preferred 

Must obtain and maintain a current certificate of completion for infant and child CPR with AED, within 3 months of hire and a certificate of completion in Shaken Baby Syndrome training, prior to working at the center. 

Starting pay: $16.01-$17.45 per hour depending on experience, benefits included.

Hours:  37.5 hours per week

Position is located in Clintonville.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to LOKSUITA@CAPMAIL.ORG

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Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs:  Overnight Advocate (Full-time, Competitive Salary, Benefits)

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. 

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, assist with compiling program records and statistics.

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.
  • Demonstrated computer and software skills required; proficiency with Microsoft Office Word and Excel and be able to work in and navigate through databases.
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds.

 Full-time position, good benefit package includes health insurance and retirement account. 

To apply:  Send resume and cover letter by 10/25/19 to hr@harborhousewi.org 

Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  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.  Survivors of domestic violence encouraged to apply.

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St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System:  Child Care Program Team Member (Part-time)

Job Summary:  This is a part-time, hourly, regular school-year position beginning in August 2019.  This position serves the St. Francis Xavier Elementary in the After School Care Program, Monday - Friday from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and Monday and Friday mornings from 7:30 - 12:30. Children ages 4-10 benefit from our enriching, enjoyable Christian-centered programming. Employees are paid a competitive starting wage and will receive a tuition discount, paid personal and sick leave all in a casual, fun work environment. Employee must be a positive Christian role model and preference may be given to qualified candidates who are Catholic. 

St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System is a PK-12 Catholic school system located in Appleton, WI, serving the greater Fox Valley region in the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay.  We maintain 2 elementary campuses (PK-4), a middle school (5-8) and a high school (9-12), with total annual enrollment of approximately 1700. 

St. Francis Xavier Catholic School System is committed to academic excellence rooted in strong faith and value formation.   We strive to help students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable them to be successful citizens in the 21st century.  Our staff is dedicated to helping each child succeed. Join the team to make a difference in the lives of a child today!

To apply, send cover letter and resume to:  tjohnson@xaviercatholicschools.org

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Appleton Housing Authority:  Residential Maintenance Tech (Full-time)

The Appleton Housing Authority is seeking an experienced 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 3-5 plus years of hands-on experience in apartment maintenance.
  • The ideal candidate will have a well-rounded and proven knowledge of residential building preventative maintenance practices.
  • 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 electronic work order systems.
  • Must possess strong motivation to get the job done right. 
  • 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.

To apply, 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 Equal Employment Opportunity.

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Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs:  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 October 25, 2019 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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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Youth Development Specialist

We're hiring for the School Year!  If you are looking for a rewarding, challenging, and inspiring opportunity to make a difference, then the Boys & Girls Clubs may be the place for you! Join an amazing team of caring, supportive people working hard and having fun while giving young people in our communities the opportunities and support they need to reach their full potential. 

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

Skills and Knowledge Required:

  • A High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • College or teaching experience preferred
  • Knowledge of youth development
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and to develop solutions to problems with limited supervision.
  • Ability and desire to work with youth ages 6-18 in a variety of environments, including small group and large group settings
  • Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems.
  • Must possess excellent verbal and written skills.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all Club personnel, Board of Directors and Club parents. 

To apply:  https://secure.entertimeonline.com/ta/K1036.jobs?ApplyToJob=218452293

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WOTFV AmeriCorps:  Lifestyle Management Patient Coordinator

HOST SITE:  Mosaic Family Health and Fox Valley Family Medicine Residency: 229 South Morrison St. Appleton, WI 54911

OVERVIEW: Position will enhance obesity prevention efforts and overall patient wellness by incorporating lifestyle medicine education with primary medical treatment and care. Position will assist with development of patient education on overall health and wellness for all areas within the clinic, including video slide shows for waiting areas. Will serve as a conduit to community wide wellness programing that impacts patients served at Mosaic family medicine clinic.   

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:

  • Work with supervisor to enhance screening tool used to identify appropriate population for referrals to Prevent T-2 program.
  • Will assist in collection of program and patient baseline data, patient follow up metrics, education curriculum, and patient attendance logs.
  • Assist with the navigation and support of patients through completion the Prevent T-2 program.
  • Will touch base weekly with patients who may need additional support or education related to lifestyle changes.
  • Will gather and capture patient success stories and testimonials for future marketing and end of project demo.
  • Assist in the development of promotional material for clinic and physicians to utilize.
  • Will offer 1:1 wellness coaching sessions with patients who may not wish to participate in lifestyle change group but wish to improve their overall health and wellness.
  • Take responsibility for leading one or more of the nutrition education and/or exercise components of the wellness programming within the clinic and for community partner sites we work with.
  • Learn the established curriculum for the Prevent T-2 and demonstrate understanding of lesson plans.
  • Present curriculum and program accurately, professionally and respectfully to providers.
  • Work with nursing staff where/when appropriate regarding additional support for patients.
  • Will assist with development of Patient Education for waiting areas and exam rooms. 
  • Will work with supervisor to develop and implement workplace wellness activities that impact internal staff that in turn influence our patient base and ultimately are part of our greater community.
  • Serve as a conduit to community wide wellness programing that impacts patients served at Mosaic family medicine clinic. 

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Passion for health and wellness initiatives
  • Bachelor’s degree in: Community Health, Health Promotion and Wellness, Health Science or related background and experience
  • 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
  • Experience in medical clinic helpful but not mandatory.

TRAINING: Member will receive 1-2 days of onsite training pertinent to Mosaic Health Clinic as determined necessary.  EPIC training related specifically to this roles access to patient charting. Member will also participate in Monthly Clinic wide education on multiple topics related to social determinants of health at our 1st Tuesday of the month Clinical Excellence sessions. WOTFV AmeriCorps Program will offer addition opportunities for professional development including conflict resolution, citizenship, and volunteer management trainings.

OTHER INFORMATION: 

  • Member Term of Service:
    • WOTFV AmeriCorps Program year of service runs from September 3rd, 2019-August 31st, 2020.
  • Time requirements:
    • Half-time members will serve 900 hours during the year, averaging 17.5 hours/week.
  • Benefits:
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month.
    • Half-time members will receive a gross living allowance of $291.50 per pay period.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: $3,047.50 for half-time members.
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments.

CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE (if applicable):

  • Amanda Ross, WOTFV AmeriCorps Program Manager: email: amanda.ross@unitedwayfoxcities.org OR mail or in-person delivery to: United Way Fox Cities, Attn: Amanda Ross, 1455 Midway Road, Menasha, WI, 54952

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Goodwill NCW:  Job Coaches

Say goodbye to the same old, same old job coach or supportive homecare job and say hello to a career with Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin. Work in a culture that focuses on making our number one core value – Putting People First – come to life each day in everything we do. Our organization is really busy, we're changing lives every day, and we need organized and energetic full-time Job Coaches for our Vocational Support Services team. 

Job Summary:  Vocational Support Services, a program of Goodwill, is a program designed to support persons with disabilities in obtaining and maintaining employment in the community. Typically, the level of support provided is longer term.

Our Job Coaches work with people with various barriers to employment including disabilities and will provide training and support to individuals at various community employment sites in the Oshkosh and Appleton area. This position will also requires transportation of clients to job sites.

Responsibilities: 

  • Helps to identify learning barriers and determine most suitable training methods for assigned consumers.
  • Observe and maintain accurate records of consumer job performance and work behaviors for required reports.
  • Implements and revises training plans and methods to obtain desired job performance and behaviors.
  • Help orientate consumers to worksites including introduction to coworkers, building lay-out, worksite procedures, etc.
  • Consult with professional staff, case managers, family members, other service providers, worksite staff, and other Goodwill team members regarding participant goals, needs and progress, etc.
  • Provides transportation and mobility training as needed.
  • Serves as a positive role model and advocate for consumers.
  • Enhance the consumer's ability to define and achieve goals, voice opinions and preferences free from undue external influence or interference.
  • Assist consumers with personal care as needed.

What I Must Bring:

  • Qualified candidates should have a compassion to work with people with disabilities and barriers to employment.
  • Valid driver's license with a fairly clean driving record required.
  • Qualified candidates must also possess a reliable vehicle with at least $300,000 auto insurance coverage to provide transportation to a variety of locations for consumers.
  • Education generally equivalent to a high school diploma is preferred but not required.

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 in a combination of standard office environments and outside business settings with extensive team member contact and frequent interruptions.
  • Primary function require sufficient physical ability and mobility 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.
  • Medium Work - exert/lift up to 50 lbs. force occasionally, and/or up to 20 lbs. frequently, and/or up to 10 lbs. constantly Verbally communicate to exchange information.

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to scrowe@goodwillncw.org

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  AmeriCorps Member - Runaway & Homeless Youth Program

Job Summary:  The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is searching for talented, dynamic and motivated youth-focused professionals to provide crisis intervention, prevention education, advocacy, community and school outreach, on-going mentoring, case management, and other support services for runaway and homeless youth and their families, and those at-risk for running away or experiencing homelessness.

Primary Function:  The AmeriCorps Program Assistants will use a best-practice, trauma-informed approach to working with at-risk youth and families involved with Runaway and Homeless Youth Services. Individuals will work independently and collaboratively as part of a team as well as a collaborative community agency.  Individuals will conduct crisis intervention and response, hotline response, street outreach, educational programming, small group work, connection to resources, and additional support activities to youth in the community.

Term:  These positions are funded through the AmeriCorps National Community Service program. The term of service is one-year commitment and runs from September 2019 through August 2020. 

Full-Time - Must complete 1,700 hours per year averaging about 32 hours per week. Full time receives semi-monthly living allowance of $583, and an education award of $6095 after completion of term. Flexible schedule required.  Primarily daytime hours with some evenings/weekends.

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Successful candidates will demonstrate outstanding communication skills, knowledge of youth issues, and have previous experience working with at-risk youth.
  • High School diploma required.
  • Experience in social work and or other Human Services fields preferred.  Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.

 Please submit cover letter and resume to: Katie Van Groll kvangroll@bgclubfoxvalley.org

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New Hope Inc.:  Residential Services Caregiver

As a member of the New Hope Team you arrive each day full of energy and ready to take on the day!

Job Summary:  You provide coaching, mentoring, and direct care support to our clients with disabilities. 

Responsibilities:  Supporting activities of daily living; Bathing, grooming, toileting, grocery shopping, menus, meal planning; and don't forget the fun!! You ensure that you enhance the overall health, safety, and welfare of our clients; administer medications and utilize assistive medical devices as needed.  You enjoy planning and participating in community and home-based activities but most importantly you enjoy developing and nurturing relationships with our clients as you coach & support them.  You go home after each shift feeling great about the work you've done!

To apply, submit cover letter and resume to sadams@newhopeinc.org or stop into New Hope Center to fill out an application.

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Job Coach (Waupaca County)

Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a full time Job Coach in the Waupaca County area.

Position Summary:  The job coach provides vocational and programmatic support to program participants at community based work sites, and at all Valley Packaging locations.  Communicates relevant issues and overall progress to the Community-Based Service Manager. Provides hands-on demonstration of work tasks and observes program participant’s performance.  Assists in ensuring that work site activities remain consistent with the participant’s rehabilitation program.

Job Duties: 

  • Responsible for the preparation of accurate and timely rehabilitation reports.
  • Attends staffings, as needed, to report on participant’s progress.
  • Professionally communicates with employers, work site supervisors and staff, and other VPI staff to facilitate mutual program planning.
  • Assists in training program participants in the areas of work skills, social and personal adjustment, and community adjustment. 
  • Assists in developing and conducting special training programs, classes, and activities to broaden the participant’s career awareness. Provides assistance/job coaching to other community support programs as needed. 
  • Works flexible hours to include evenings, weekends, and holiday.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Additional course work in human services or related field preferred.
  • Minimum one (1) year experience working with individuals with disabilities.
  • Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

To apply please fill out our online application at www.vpind.com/careers

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Pillars:  Maintenance Specialist (Full-time)

Position Summary:  From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community. This full-time Maintenance Specialist will work under the direction of the Facilities Manager, and is responsible for maintenance at the Pillars properties (Main Office, Adult and Family Shelter, Adult Shelter, Resource Center, and Housing Units) including, but not limited to, general repair, painting, window and door repair, tenant housing readiness and job site readiness for groups.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Work closely with Facilities Manager to develop, monitor, and update a preventative maintenance plan for the rental properties.
  • Prepare sites for maintenance and rehab projects, including gathering materials and tools required to complete projects as scheduled.
  • Work with Stable Housing team by open communication and always keeping mission in focus.
  • Participate in staff, committee, and board meetings as necessary and/or if requested.

Core Competencies and Qualifications:

  • Strong working knowledge of all aspects of home rehabilitation and general maintenance
  • Able to meet deadlines 
  • Pride and ownership in work 
  • Attitude (no job is too big and no job is too small)
  • Adapts to change easily from one activity to another
  • Ability to flex schedule for emergencies 

Education and/or Experience:

  • High School diploma or equivalent required
  • Hold valid driver’s license and ability to drive Pillars vehicles
  • Ability to physically lift 60 pounds

Compensation: 

This full-time position compensation is $34,000.  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.

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.

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Rawhide, Inc.:  Residential/Outpatient Therapist

Position Summary:  Rawhide, Inc. is looking to add three full-time clinical therapists, who will primarily work out of our Fox Valley, Green Bay, and Fond Du Lac locations providing both IOP services and day treatment services, as well as providing services in our new London location for residential and group home clients, and will be needed some evenings. 

This clinical therapist role is responsible for promoting and providing therapeutic services to individuals, at risk youth, couples, families, and groups. 

Responsibilities:  The responsibilities of the position include: providing psychosocial assessments, diagnoses, treatment plans and discharge plans; counseling individuals, families, and groups; maintaining client records; and marketing/developing Rawhide’s clinical and day treatment programs. 

Required Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Social work, counseling, or related field 
  • Insurance billable status (licensed in the state of WI as LPC, LCSW, or LMFT) 
  • Experience in diagnosing and treating a wide array of mental health issues, including adolescent issues 
  • Ability to provide quality individual, group and family therapy
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong team orientation
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Strong computer skills

To apply, contact Jim Eckstein, Talent Acquisition Specialist, at  jeckstein@rawhide.org.

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass: Building and Grounds Custodian 

Building and Grounds Custodian at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass Summary Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass 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 skilled maintenance of a varied nature that includes oversight of safety and security; repairing and maintaining the building, fixtures, machinery, and electrical equipment; and assists with installing and 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; document building needs.  Hourly, Part time up to 20 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. Personal: 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 

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.

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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Innovative Services, Inc: Caregiver

Innovative Services, Inc. is a non-profit organization with the mission to provide the best quality of life to individuals with developmental disabilities while creating opportunities for maximum independence. We serve a wide range of clients from youth to elderly, lower to higher functioning, as well as physical and mental disabilities. We are currently hiring Full Time and Part Time Caregivers for our Kaukauna programs. 

Job Duties:  Planning and participating in leisure activities with the individuals out in the community or within the home.  Redirecting the individuals when exhibiting inappropriate behaviors.  Transport and accompany individuals to activities as needed in company vehicles which may include a minivan, wheelchair van, or wheelchair bus.  Participating in grocery shopping and preparing meals and snacks.  Cleaning assigned areas of the home as well as completing laundry.  Bathing, grooming, toileting, other hygiene, and daily living activities, which could include administering medications.  Using devices such as Hoyer lifts, Sara lifts, wheelchairs, gait belts, and other re-positioning equipment.  Some clients may have medical and other devices such as feeding tubes, catheters, and oxygen tanks that staff will be trained to use successfully.  Recording all pertinent information and reporting to a direct supervisor.  

Qualifications:  Applicants must be at least 18 years or older For some positions, a valid driver’s license with acceptable driving is required Experience desired but not necessary – comprehensive paid training provided Desire to help clients improve the quality of their lives to the best of their abilities.  

Compensation and Benefits:  Medical, dental, and vision insurance for full-time employees Cell phone discounts for certain US Cellular and Verizon plans Tuition Discount to Lakeland College and Rasmussen College Discount on a YMCA membership Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Vacation and holiday pay Paid training Great advancement opportunities.  

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time.  Salary: $11.00 to $12.00 /hour. 

To apply contact Sean Cara at  seanc@isiinc.org

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Rawhide, Inc: Houseparents 

Do you and your spouse have a passion to serve together?  Have you ever wanted to help teenage boys in need of direction and purpose?  Houseparents assist the Unit Administrator in the leadership of the homes they live in and oversee the daily activities of the youth. They are responsible for maintaining a cohesive family unit and maintaining communication with parents, workers and guardians. They identify spiritual needs, correct negative behavior, tutor, plan activities and events, counsel/advise and teach the students to work through daily problems that may come up in the course of a day.  

The Houseparent position at Rawhide is staffed by a married couple. This role does provide housing.  Please note that each applicant should complete an individual application rather than completing a joint application.  

Required Job Qualifications:  Experience working with at-risk youth in residential treatment, foster care, or other direct care capacity. Ability to interact and effectively communicate with culturally diverse, psychologically or behaviorally challenged population. Experience in transitioning youth to positive situation (i.e., securing employment, creating and working on a budget, finding positive resources, and other beneficial environments). Assertive, self-confident, and sensitive in working with teens and staff. Organized and dependable. Possess a valid driver's license, without restrictions, except for glasses, and have a good driving record. Demonstrate spiritual, social, emotional, and intellectual maturity. Parenting experience (preferred).

To apply, contact Jim Eckstein, Talent Acquisition Specialist, at  jeckstein@rawhide.org

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Rawhide, Inc: Resident Youth Care Worker 

Are you passionate about serving youth?  Rawhide is seeking individuals to influence and mentor teenage boys who are struggling.  Our current opening is for the Resident Youth Care Worker (RYCW) role, which is a live-in position (housing is provided). You will be working with a skilled team of youth care workers, led by the Unit Administrator of the youth home. A team of house parents will assist in the leadership of the home and provide you guidance as you develop your skills in working with at risk youth. Not only do you portray a family model to our boys, you become part of the staff team family. 

Our boys desperately need men and women to stand in the gap and teach them how to follow the right path. Regular opportunities arise to teach the boys social skills as well as basic life skills. The successful resident youth care worker assists in the planning of outdoor/indoor activities, engage interactively with the youth, while also assisting in the spiritual development of the Rawhide youth.

The resident youth care worker role can be an excellent springboard into various careers at Rawhide. Many of our current staff started as a RYCW and are now a Unit Administrators, Professional Youth Care Workers, Youth Home Managers, Human Resources Generalists/Directors, Academic Instructors, and Job Trainers.  

Job Qualifications:  Strong personal commitment to Biblical values with an ability to display these values in an exemplary moral lifestyle.  Ability to relate to an aggressive teen who has been in trouble with the law.  Assertive, self-confident, and sensitive in working with teens and staff.  Ability to work under authority of House Parents.  Organized and dependable. Administrative/documentation skills. Possess a valid driver's license, without restrictions (except for glasses) and have a good driving record. Demonstrate spiritual, social, emotional, and intellectual maturity. Must be at least 21 years old. High school diploma or equivalent.  Preferred Qualifications:  Experience working with youth in leadership capacity.  

To apply, contact Jim Eckstein, Talent Acquisition Specialist, at  jeckstein@rawhide.org

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Rawhide, Inc: Professional Youth Care Worker 

Do you have a passion to serve teenage boys?   The Professional Youth Care Worker (full-time) position provides direct-care support to the operations of the living unit by providing coverage in the homes and assisting the Living Unit staff (Houseparents and Resident Youth Care Workers) with the daily functions and objectives of the Living Unit. The Professional Youth Care Worker will provide leadership and direction of an alternative authority for Rawhide guys by taking responsibility for the care, training, and treatment of each youth in the home, and by providing healthy youth activities that encourage spiritual growth, enrich relationships, and stimulate personal development. 

Each Professional Youth Care Worker will have an emphasis in three areas:  1) Encourage Rawhide student development through the use of group activities, the planning of yearly events as well as developing leadership skills in the youth.  2) Development and mentoring of the Resident Instructors.  3)   Crisis intervention with youth through verbal de-escalation techniques.  This position typically works a non-traditional schedule. Please contact the Human Resources Department for details.  

Required Qualifications: Experience working with at-risk youth.  Strong personal commitment to biblical values with an ability to display these values in an exemplary moral lifestyle.  Ability to relate to an aggressive teen who has been in trouble with the law.  Assertive, self-confident, and sensitive in working with teens and staff.  Organized and dependable.  Possess a valid driver's license, without restrictions (except for glasses) and have a good driving record.  Demonstrate spiritual, social, emotional, and intellectual maturity.  

To apply, contact Jim Eckstein, Talent Acquisition Specialist, at  jeckstein@rawhide.org

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