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Pillars, Inc.:  Shelter Client Advocate (Full-time, 2nd Shift)

What is the position?

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

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

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

 What are the requirements?

  • High school diploma or GED required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  • Experience working with, or knowledge of, people facing mental health struggles and/or challenges with addictions.
  • This 40 hour per week position requires candidates to be available to work 8 hour shifts between 2:00pm – 12:00am, 7 days a week. Shelter Workers rotate nights, and as such, some weekend nights are required.

Compensation

The compensation for this position is $14.48 per hour.  Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, vacation, holidays, sick leave, short & long-term disability, life insurance, 401k retirement account and an Employee Assistance Plan. 

To apply, send resume and cover letter to TMelzl@pillarsinc.org    

Or mail: Tracy Melzl, Human Resources Assistant, Pillars, Inc, 605 E. Hancock St, Appleton, WI  54911

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

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Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust - Office and Communications Coordinator (Part-time)

The Office and Communications Coordinator provides administrative support to the Executive Director in the office, and is responsible for office management, land trust communications and events support. He or she works with other staff and volunteers to inform members, educate the public, and invite community participation in the work of the Land Trust. The Office and Communications Coordinator should be highly organized with proven office management skills. Superior verbal and written communication skills are necessary. 

NEWLT serves a twelve-county area of Northeast Wisconsin, working with private landowners and collaborating with public entities to protect natural areas and open space and to educate the public about the importance of land conservation.  NEWLT has protected over 5,000 acres of conservation land through the use of conservation easements (legal agreements that set private property aside for conservation purposes) and fee title ownership (conservation lands purchased by the Land Trust).  Land conservation in Northeast Wisconsin is critical to sustain the natural resources and environmental integrity that people rely on for enjoyment, recreation, and a productive economy. 

Office and Communications Coordinator Duties include: 

OFFICE MANAGEMENT

  • Maintain inventory of office supplies and printed communications pieces
  • Answer telephone and welcome visitors, respond to requests for information, and provide information about the mission and programs of NEWLT
  • Manage computer and records security
  • Ensure the office runs smoothly and maintain a clean, welcoming environment
  • Prepare and file forms including: credentialing/licensing, subscriptions, surveys and insurance forms
  • Coordinate meetings and travel

COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACH

  • Draft, design, print and distribute communications and outreach materials including newsletters, invitations, e-newsletters, and others. Organize in-house printing and mailings.
  • Post updates to website and on-line media
  • Prepare presentation, handout materials, equipment and display for speakers
  • Coordinate distribution of newsletter and other materials to libraries, nature centers, parks, coffee shops, etc.

MEMBERSHIP

  • Prepare membership mailings and solicitations; send or arrange for personal correspondence with selected donors
  • Enter donations in database; ensure that each contributor receives a timely thank you
  • Use database to manage donor information, create lists/reports and send communications
  • Supervise and maintain the integrity of data in the database files; keep database current
  • Manage prospective donor lists and with guidance from other staff, implement recruitment strategies

LAND PROTECTION

  • Coordinate annual monitoring site visits
  • Track and compile land protection records
  • Maintain accurate records for land protection projects

EVENTS

  • Send out event announcements to local media, publish in newsletter/e-newsletter and post to website
  • Assist in planning events, community meetings, fieldtrips, and arrange for event set-up, take down, and follow up
  • Plan, staff, schedule, coordinate display set up and booth at events. (Requires some weekends)

The Office and Communications Coordinator is responsible for other tasks, which the Executive Director shall direct. 

Qualifications:

Preference given to candidates with communications background and those who are enthusiastic learners with a passion for the mission of the Land Trust. 

Personal Qualifications:

  • A successful candidate will be personable and have a positive and outgoing nature.
  • An energetic, self-starter with ability to manage a multitude of details. 

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Northeast Wisconsin Land Trust

newlt@newlt.org

Application deadline:  May 26, 2021

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Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Green Bay:  Mental Health Counselor

If you have a passion for helping others and would enjoy working in a faith-filled environment, we would love to hear from you! 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Green Bay currently has full-time and part-time openings for Mental Health Counselors.   Home offices located in Green Bay and Menasha with services being delivered both in person and telehealth services depending on client’s needs.  We offer a robust benefits package including a modified or part-time work week (with Friday afternoons off!), great health insurance and retirement plan options and a faith-based family friendly atmosphere. 

We are seeking applicants for our Mental Health Counselor positions.   Mental Health Counselors provide a wide range of services including psychosocial assessment, diagnosis, counseling, and crisis intervention to specified client populations including youth and families. 

We are seeking talented caring professionals who have a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or another Human Service Specialty and are either in training or hold a Wisconsin Professional Counselor or Clinical Social Worker License.

For more information and to apply please visit www.gbdioc.org/careers

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Reach Counseling:  Sexual Assault/Anti-Trafficking Victim Advocate

Reports To:  Advocacy Program Director

Status:   Full-Time

Scheduled Time:  8:30-4:30 M-F, Requires some evenings and weekends

ABOUT THE AGENCY:  Reach Counseling provides mental health care committed to the understanding of and response to emotional, sexual and physical abuse. Since 1976, Reach has worked to heal lives of abuse victims and hold perpetrators accountable through innovative programs in education and outreach, victim advocacy, outpatient therapy, counseling and sex offender treatment. Reach Counseling acknowledges that as an anti-violence agency, it is a part of our mission to reject all forms of violence and oppression. 

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Sexual Assault/Anti-Trafficking Advocate acts in the best interest of survivors in Winnebago, Outagamie, Calumet and surrounding counties. The advocate's job is to increase survivor safety and decrease further victimization by individuals and systems. They provide comprehensive direct services that are culturally competent, trauma-informed and client centered. They will coordinate and conduct support and outreach to survivors throughout the community.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

VICTIM ADVOCACY

  • Provide ongoing Legal, Medical and Personal Advocacy to victims of sexual assault and both forms of human trafficking and their friends/family members
  • Screen individuals to identify potential victims of human trafficking
  • Provide crisis intervention, case management and safety planning for survivors
  • Meet clients at other locations when necessary
  • Refer clients to the appropriate resources in order to meet their individual needs
  • Accompany and/or transport victims to medical appointments, court proceedings, and other locations as necessary
  • Establish plans and goals with clients, track their progress and follow up
  • Attend relevant trainings and conferences throughout the year
  • Develop community support and collaboration with community partners, the District Attorney's office, and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies
  • Work with community partners to collaborate response efforts and coordinate services
  • Provide training on human trafficking and other related topics to organizations in the community and throughout the state
  • Attend Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) meetings, including Winnebago County and Tri-County meetings and other multidisciplinary meetings to represent Reach
  • Maintain support group(s) for survivors of sexual abuse and human trafficking/exploitation
  • Sign up for on call shifts and be willing to respond to both law enforcement and hospital calls 

CULTURE

  • Actively demonstrates, promotes and supports Reach's cultural values
  • Demonstrates commitment to Reach's diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives (participates in trainings, actively strives to be anti-racist and respectful of cultural differences with clients, colleagues and the community)
  • Works cooperatively with other team members to understand and meet the needs and development of programs and services

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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. If you do not meet all of the qualifications but feel you are a great fit, we strongly encourage you to apply.

  • Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Criminal Justice, Women's Studies or other related field preferred
  • Knowledge of human trafficking indicators, methods, victims needs and/or resources
  • Knowledge of the fundamentals of working with victims of crime, sexual assault and/or human trafficking
  • Demonstrated knowledge and ability to work independently and as a team member.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to multitask and work under deadlines Ability to effectively work with diverse populations
  • Commitment to anti-racist work in an organization that strives toward social justice
  • Ability to coordinate with multiple community agencies and personnel at all levels
  • Ability to assess crisis situations and intervene appropriately
  • Open to team suggestions and changes
  • Must have their own transportation, possess a valid driver's license, and have adequate insurance 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands 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.

  • Independently enter and move within buildings
  • Walk staircases many times per day
  • Drive a vehicle

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to sit, work on a computer and/or converse for prolonged periods of time
  • The employee is occasionally required to walk, and to frequently operate office equipment
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds
  • Occasional travel is required, in and out of the state
  • Some nights and weekends are required 

BENEFITS

  • Reach Counseling offers a competitive benefits package for all full-time employees, including:
  • Medical & dental insurance, with optional eye care
  • Life insurance Disability insurance
  • 401(K) with matching option
  • Generous paid time off package (vacation, sick days, personal time, and paid holidays), with guaranteed growth over time
  • Paid time off for holidays and all business days between Christmas and New Year's Day

Self-care initiatives such as:

  • Receiving a free, paid day off for your birthday
  • Summer Fridays (½ Day on all Fridays between Memorial and Labor Day)

How to apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to the Advocacy Program Director, Ciara Hill, at ciara@reachcounseling.com.

Application deadline:  We will be accepting inquiries until May 29, 2021

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Reach Counseling:  Prevention Education Coordinator/Youth and Teen Advocate

Reports To:                  Executive Director

Status:                          40 hours/week Sept 1st - May 31st 32 hours/week June 1st - August 31st

Scheduled Time:         8:30-4:30 M-F, Requires some occasional evenings and weekends

ABOUT THE AGENCY: Reach Counseling provides mental health care committed to the understanding of and response to emotional, sexual and physical abuse. Since 1976, Reach has worked to heal lives of abuse victims and hold perpetrators accountable through innovative programs in education and outreach, victim advocacy, outpatient therapy, counseling and sex offender treatment. Reach Counseling acknowledges that as an anti-violence agency, it is a part of our mission to reject all forms of violence and oppression. 

POSITION SUMMARY: The Prevention Education Coordinator works directly with Winnebago school districts, counselors and teachers to coordinate Prevention Education in Winnebago public and private schools. This position will lead and coordinate all aspects of the agency's Prevention Education Program for providing direct age appropriate school based prevention education to elementary, middle school, and high school students. Education will focus on empowering the victim, and the prevention of child sexual abuse, sexual harassment and sexual assault while remaining age appropriate and inclusive to all genders. The Prevention Education Coordinator will be responsible for training and supervising a team of educators and interns that assist with education in the schools. As a Youth and Teen Advocate, this individual will provide support to child survivors of abuse and their non-offending family members. Duties also include promoting the agency's mission and services by building community awareness and empowering and engaging adults in prevention of child abuse.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

SCHOOL PROGRAMMING

  • Successfully network with area schools to develop and maintain strong relationships
  • Oversee the planning and execution of speaking events in Winnebago public and private schools
  • Maintain up to date records on presentations, demographics, survey evaluations, grant progress and work with experts for accurate survey data collection
  • Manage timelines to ensure strategic plans and critical grant reporting processes are carried out in a timely manner
  • Be proficient in identifying situations in which mandatory reporting, or a referral process must be taken, while being conscientious of individual's rights to confidentiality 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

  • Collaborate and build relationships with community to advance the mission and goals of the organization
  • Cultivate and build relationships with other youth serving community organizations
  • Provide professional trainings to businesses and organizations
  • Provide parent education as requested
  • Take active role on committees such as the Ending Youth Exploitation (EYE) committee and Teen CCR
  • Represent the agency in community and fundraising events

VICTIM ADVOCACY

  • Provide ongoing Legal, Medical and Personal Advocacy to victims of sexual assault and both forms of human trafficking and their friends/family members
  • Provide crisis intervention, case management and safety planning for survivors
  • Meet clients at other locations when necessary
  • Refer clients to the appropriate resources in order to meet their individual needs
  • Accompany and/or transport victims to medical appointments, court proceedings, and other locations as necessary
  • Work with community partners to collaborate response efforts and coordinate services
  • Provide training on human trafficking and other related topics to organizations in the community and throughout the state
  • Attend Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) meetings, including Winnebago County and Tri-County meetings and other multidisciplinary meetings to represent Reach
  • Maintain support group(s) for youth and teen survivors of sexual abuse
  • Sign up for on call shifts and be willing to respond to both law enforcement and hospital calls

CULTURE

  • Actively demonstrates, promotes and supports Reach's cultural values
  • Demonstrates commitment to Reach's diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives (participates in trainings, actively strives to be anti-racist and respectful of cultural differences with clients, colleagues and the community)
  • Works cooperatively with other team members to understand and meet the needs and development of programs and services 

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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. If you do not meet all of the qualifications but feel you are a great fit, we strongly encourage you to apply.

  • Masters' level preferred
  • The ability to work independently
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and competence with public speaking to groups of all sizes and types
  • Excellent organizational skills; ability to work in a multi-task and deadline oriented environment
  • Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office ® suite programs
  • The ability to handle confidential and/or sensitive information with good judgment and complete discretion
  • Excellent public speaking skills, public speaking or teaching experience preferred
  • Ability to provide culturally-sensitive programming when working with diverse populations
  • Basic knowledge of state and federal laws covering child sexual abuse, harassment and sexual assault
  • Knowledge of child development and trauma informed care
  • Basic mathematical skills are required; including understanding of general accounting practices and statistical information
  • Must be organized and able to handle evolving and/or crisis situations with reason
  • Must be able to work in an environment in which there are numerous distractions
  • Valid driver's license, car and adequate insurance required

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands 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.

  • Independently enter and move within buildings
  • Walk staircases many times per day
  • Drive a vehicle

WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to stand, work on a computer and/or converse for prolonged periods of time
  • The employee is required to walk, and to frequently operate office equipment
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds
  • Travel is required using own car with 5 school districts in Winnebago county (miles will be reimbursed)

BENEFITS

  • Reach Counseling offers a competitive benefits package for all full-time employees, including: Medical & dental insurance, with optional eye care
  • Life insurance Disability insurance
  • 401(K) with matching option
  • Generous paid time off package (vacation, sick days, personal time, and paid holidays), with guaranteed growth over time
  • Paid time off for holidays and all business days between Christmas and New Year's Day.

Self-care initiatives such as:

  • Receiving a free, paid day off for your birthday
  • Summer Fridays (½ Day on all Fridays between Memorial and Labor Day)

How to apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to the Prevention Educator Coordinator, Elizabeth VanAbel, at lizzyv@reachcounseling.com.

Application deadline:  We will be accepting inquiries until May 31, 2021.

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Reach Counseling:  Volunteer Coordinator (Part-time)

Reports To:         Advocacy Program Director

Status:                 Part-time - 20 hours/week

Scheduled Time:   8:30-4:30, Requires some evenings and weekends

ABOUT THE AGENCY:  Reach Counseling provides mental health care committed to the understanding of and response to emotional, sexual and physical abuse. Since 1976, Reach has worked to heal lives of abuse victims and hold perpetrators accountable through innovative programs in education and outreach, victim advocacy, outpatient therapy, counseling and sex offender treatment. Reach Counseling acknowledges that as an anti-violence agency, it is a part of our mission to reject all forms of violence and oppression. 

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Volunteer Coordinator acts in the best interest of survivors in Winnebago County. Their job is to manage the volunteer advocacy program and to increase community awareness of the volunteer opportunities available at the agency. They will be responsible for coordinating coverage of the crisis line during business hours as well as weekends/holidays.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

VOLUNTEER COORDINATION

  • Recruit, train and retain a team of volunteers for the purposes of advocacy, community outreach, office support, and other duties as needed.
  • Provide advocacy during forensic exams at local hospitals when requested during business hours.
  • Responsible for ensuring 24/7 coverage is met for advocacy services including phone call response and hospital accompaniment, and submitting monthly schedule to call center.
  • Responsible to coordinating the backup coverage for shifts that are unfilled and/or calls that are not responded to by Volunteer Advocates (some on call work necessary).
  • Providing on call coverage when required.
  • Attend Alliance of Volunteer Agencies and Volunteer Action Council meetings.

CULTURE

  • Actively demonstrates, promotes and supports Reach's cultural values.
  • Demonstrates commitment to Reach's diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives (participates in trainings, actively strives to be anti-racist and respectful of cultural differences with clients, colleagues and the community).
  • Works cooperatively with other team members to understand and meet the needs and development of programs and services.

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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. If you do not meet all of the qualifications but feel you are a great fit, we strongly encourage you to apply.

  • Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Criminal Justice, Women's Studies or other related field preferred
  • Knowledge of sexual violence, sexual assault/abuse, and/or human trafficking
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to multitask and work under deadlines
  • Ability to effectively work with diverse populations
  • Commitment to anti-racist work in an organization that strives toward social justice
  • Ability to coordinate with multiple community agencies and personnel at all levels
  • Ability to assess crisis situations and intervene appropriately
  • Open to team suggestions and changes 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands 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.
  • Independently enter and move within buildings
  • Walk staircases many times per day
  • Drive a vehicle 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to sit, work on a computer and/or converse for prolonged periods of time
  • The employee is occasionally required to walk, and to frequently operate office equipment
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds
  • Occasional travel is required.
  • Some nights and weekends are required.

How to apply:  Please send resume and cover letter to the Advocacy Program Director, Ciara Hill, at ciara@reachcounseling.com.

Application deadline: We will be accepting inquiries until May 29, 2021.

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Pillars, Inc.:  Tenant Relations Specialist

Position Summary:  From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community. The Tenant Relations Specialist is responsible for overseeing the leasing and management of rental units owned and operated by Pillars.  This Full-Time position reports to the Stable Housing Director. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Has passion for the mission of Pillars and displays agency values: Respect, Collaboration, Empowerment and Grit.
  • Maintains all property documentation (i.e. signed lease agreements) and ensures tenants follow terms of the agreements to protect both Pillars and our tenants.
  • Manages the day-to-day operations of the properties, which drives a main revenue source for Pillars and ensures financial stability.  Ensures on time payment, issues notices, and generally works as a lessor to uphold proper process (utilities tracking, tenant checks, etc).   
  • Handles inbound questions and concerns from tenants and maintains strong customer service approach to maintain positive standard of living.  This includes fielding maintenance requests, questions, documentation concerns, and all other forms of inbound traffic.   
  • Works collaboratively with others across all Pillars teams to find and maintain housing for Pillars clients.
  • Secures new tenants and fills vacant rental units by advertising through known and reliable channels.  Minimizes rental vacancies through forecasting and strategic thinking.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 Core Competencies

  • Confidentiality – Ability to maintain confidential information and safeguard the security of information of Pillars and our clients. Keep private information from unauthorized individuals, either within Pillars or others outside the organization.
  • Planning/Organizing - Prioritizes and plans work activities; uses time efficiently; plans for additional resources; sets goals and objectives; develops realistic action plans.   
  • Interpersonal Skills - Focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; maintains confidentiality; listens to others without interrupting; keeps emotions under control; remains open to others ideas and tries new things.
  • Conflict Management – Reacts and responds to complaints, solves problems.  Helps consumers and staff come to agreement; deescalates charged situations.  Reacts quickly to assess the conflict and determine appropriate steps to resolve.  Remains calm and professional during high stress situations. 
  • Customer Service - Manages difficult, emotional, and/or rapidly escalating situations; responds promptly to need; responds to requests for service and assistance; meets commitments; displays a positive attitude, demonstrates empathy, understanding, and interacts/presents solutions without judgment. 

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor's degree is preferred, an Associate's degree is required 
  • Knowledge of tenant law, including rights each landlord and each tenant has with regard to the rental property, is preferred 
  • Ability to travel locally, with access to a reliable vehicle and possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and automobile license

Compensation:

The compensation for this Full-time position is an hourly wage of $14.48/hour.  Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, vacation, holidays, sick leave, short & long term disability, life insurance, 401k retirement account and an Employee Assistance Plan. 

To Apply:   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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AmeriCorps:  Community Connections Navigator

HOST SITE:  ThedaCare, Inc. Encircle Health 2500 East Capitol Drive Appleton WI 54911

OVERVIEW: Navigator will provide the means for ThedaCare healthcare providers to look beyond the usual scope of healthcare and offer remedies to social needs like food, shelter, transportation, social connection, etc. Navigators will discuss the patient-specific needs, locate and share resources with the patient, and provide follow up to assure patients are connected with the resources needed.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Navigator will work with the healthcare team to develop the Navigator role, piloting for our system to inform us of the required resources needed as expand the work around Social Determinants of Health throughout our system.
  • Collaborates with healthcare team to improve on system processes to assess patient Social Determinants of Health needs and connect patient with community resources to increase efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Communicate with patients to identify needs.
  • Utilize resource database to connect patients with local resources.
  • Enter patient information into secure electronic medical record.
  • Initiate follow up to assure patients are connected with the resources needed.
  • Connect to the healthcare team regarding patient needs addressed.
  • Participate in initial and ongoing training.
  • Connect Medicaid patients that have high emergency room utilization with community resources to address social determinants of health barriers.
  • Work alongside the Advance Care Planning Specialist in facilitating end of life care plan discussions for patients in our communities.
  • Coordinates patient information and communication between and among the patient/family, the referring/accepting facilities and communicate to caregivers as applicable to ensure smooth transition of care.

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:  

  • Minimum 18 years of age.
  • Good listening and communication skills.
  • Interest in assisting patients with needs to improve quality of life.
  • Hold a high school diploma or equivalent
  • U.S Citizen, U.S National, or Lawful Permanent resident alien of the US
  • The ideal candidate will hold an Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Health Promotion and Wellness, Health Science, or other related background or experience related to the position. Upper-level undergraduates with related experience are encouraged to apply.
  • Provide information, complete, and pass a criminal history background check

TRAINING:

  • The AmeriCorps Member will receive an overview of ThedaCare’s mission, vision, and values along with an overview of how the work around Social Determinant of health aligns with ThedaCare’s strategic vision of being a Population Health Organization.
  • The AmeriCorps Member will participate in ThedaCare new employee orientation to ensure full compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. The Member will also receive training on the electronic medical record system and will be paired up with a mentor. Duration of training will depend on individual comfort level.
  • The BWFV AmeriCorps Program will offer additional training opportunities for professional development, including conflict resolution, citizenship, and volunteer management.

OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Member Term of Service:
    • The Member’s service term will begin on 6/1/2021 through 8/31/2021. 
  • Time Requirements:
    • The member is expected to serve 300 hours, which averages to 25-30 hours/week during the service term period.
  • Benefits:
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month, and will receive a gross living allowance of $321.28 per pay period.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: Award amount $1,311.11
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments.
    • Tremendous work experience
    • Opportunity to work with and network with health professionals
    • Gain appreciation of barriers affecting health
    • Familiarity with multiple community resources 

CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE (if applicable):

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Outreach Specialist

JOB SUMMARY:  Reporting to the ORC Program Coordinator, the Outreach Specialist will perform work involving the care and treatment of individuals experiencing severe and persistent mental illness and provide positive rehabilitative influence. The Outreach Specialist will work as a member of the Outreach Center for the purpose of supporting adults during their engagement with the Outreach Center. The role of the Outreach Specialist is to help facilitate the mentoring relationships by offering strategies to cope, role modeling positive relationships and strategies to improve socialization within peer supported relationship. The Outreach Specialist will serve as a member advocate, will have good organizational skills, demonstrated professionalism and excellent community skills. Performs other duties as required.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Plans and facilitates groups related to mental health, social skills, relationships, independent living skills, vocational activities, etc.
  2. Assists members with planning outreach events, recreational outings, volunteer activities and social events.
  3. Makes referrals for individuals who require intervention to appropriate mental health agencies. Assists in referrals to other area agencies (housing, food, clothing, financial assistance, etc.).
  4. Communicates timely with guardians, parents, case managers, resource workers, group home staff, members and other community agencies to facilitate mutual program planning.
  5. Assists in assessment and evaluation to determine member's needs and progress relative to set goals.
  6. Documents observations relating to actions and behaviors and maintains clinical records of services provided to meet Medicaid billable standards.
  7. Continuously expands knowledge of community resources, services and programs available to members and builds ongoing relationships with these organizations to advocate for members.
  8. Maintains regular and predictable attendance, works weekend hours, overtime/extra hours as required.
  9. Provides outreach to the community to inform them of Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. and Outreach Center services. 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work, human services or sociology.
  • Minimum one (1) year experience working with individuals with mental illness and/or substance use disorders.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work cooperatively in a team environment.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality.

Staring at $14.00/hour. 

Full-time or part-time, benefit eligibility based on scheduled hours.

How to apply:  Please email resume to: mpitsch@vpind.com

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Opportunity Development Centers, Inc.:  Mental Health Clinician/Administrator

Job Summary:  The Mental Health (MH) Administrator will provide supervision and support the overall operation of the clinic. This role will provide clinical and operational support to programs that serve mental health and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) individuals within all mental health programs. The Mental Health Clinician/Administrator assists the Mental Health Director to ensure overall compliance with federal, state, county and other regulatory or contractual standards; trains MH Practitioners and Licensed Treatment Professionals and other professionals on mental health-related topics; and assists in staffing recommendations to provide for the health and safety of individuals. 

I.          Qualification Requirements (Licensures)

Must possess considerable knowledge of principles and practices of mental health, developmental disabilities, and chemical dependency diagnoses and intervention; program research, development and monitoring; laws and regulations affecting the delivery of mental health, AODA, and developmental disability services; professional ethics; behavior management and characteristics of individual group behavior and Individual Placement Services (IPS). 

Experience with Comprehensive Community Services (CCS), Community Support Programs (CSP), and Emergency Mental Health /Crisis Services strongly preferred. 

Understand and follow oral and written instructions; establish and maintain working relationships with other employees, family and friends of individuals, community resources, service providers, and volunteers; develop cooperative and supportive relationships with individuals; exercise initiative and judgment in completing tasks and responsibilities; communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; maintain records and prepare accurate reports; conceive, develop and implement new and innovative programs and resources. 

Clinical supervision and collaboration, facilitation, evaluation, observation and problem-solving skills are required. 

Wisconsin licensure as an independent mental health professional: Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Psychologist (LP) who has completed 3000 supervised clinical hours. 

Secure and maintain a valid Wisconsin driver license and a driving record that meets the organization’s standards for insurance purposes. As position requires use of a personal vehicle, employees must secure and maintain minimum insurance requirements of ODC Inc. to transport individuals in a personal vehicle. This position requires pre-employment and annual background checks. 

II.         Knowledge, Skills and Abilities/Essential Functions

**Following is a listing of representative examples of duties for this position; it is not considered to be a complete listing of all duties and responsibilities for the position. 

  • Provide clinical direction to all staff in cooperation with Mental Health Services Director and the Mental Health Supervisor within the CCS program.
  • Work closely with County services and state and federal agencies, service providers, families and friends to access and maintain services for individuals.
  • Assist and Support all Staff to conduct initial individual assessments and prepare staff for the best clinical care of individual.
  • Provide clinical supervision for designated staff as dictated by statute requirements and program needs indicated by the Mental Health Director.
  • Develop and deliver training for mental health staff on continuing education and individual specific topics.
  • Must be available on a 24-hour basis, via phone or in person as needed, to consult with staff and respond to emergency situations.
  • Attend and provide clinical direction for staff meetings in cooperation with team.
  • Attend all management meetings as scheduled and directed by the Mental Health Director.
  • Attend individual consumer meetings as needed.
  • Attend all meetings required to secure contracts and licensure.
  • Administer quality assurance and applicable licensing measures for MH/AODA programs and complete regular reports on findings. Develop plans to increase and maintain quality of services.
  • Responsible for documentation and all paperwork requirements for Clinic operations within State guidelines.
  • Secure Contracts or other funding sources within the community or applicable funding streams.
  • Provide direct services and supports to Clients. 

REPORTS TO:    Mental Health Director

RESPONSIBLE FOR:   Licensed Treatment Professionals and Mental Health Practitioners

TO APPLY:  Please submit a cover letter and a resume to pgunderson@odcinc.com

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Pillars, Inc.:  Peer Support Specialist and AODA Recovery Coach (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 position reports to the Resource Center Program Manager.

The Peer Support Specialist and Recovery Coach engages and encourages mental health peers in recovery; encourages clients striving for substance abuse recovery and supports them through their recovery; and provides both clients and peers with a sense of community and belonging, supportive relationships, and valued roles.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Establishes healing relationships with peers and clients struggling with AODA issues
  • Assists peers and clients to understand the purpose of peer support and recovery models
  • Provide peers with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services administration (SAMHSA’s) definitions of recovery and its components
  • Intentionally shares his or her own Recovery Story as appropriate to assist peers, providing hope and help in changing patterns and behaviors
  • Creates an environment of respect for peers and clients that honors the person centered planning in taking charge of their own lives
  • Is trauma informed, mutually explores with peers and clients their experiences, and supports individuals in getting appropriate resources for help
  • Have and use his/her own recovery/wellness plan that also includes a proactive crisis plan
  • Encourages peers and clients to construct their own recovery/wellness plans that also include proactive crisis plans
  • Supports peers and clients in crisis to explore options that may be beneficial to returning to emotional wellness
  • Encourages peers and clients to become self-directed, focus on their strengths, exercise use of natural supports, develop their own recovery goals and strengthen valued roles within their community.
  • Supports peers and clients in researching and locating resources that are beneficial to their needs and desires
  • Understands and is able to explain the rights of peers
  • Establishes acceptable boundaries with peers, and revisits boundaries on an ongoing basis
  • Other duties as assigned

Core Competencies and Qualifications:

  • Building Relationships – Demonstrates exceptional relationship-building ability with clients, volunteers, and coworkers.
  • Communication – Strong verbal and written communication skills and multiple levels: with clients, volunteers, coworkers.
  • Confidentiality – Ability to maintain confidential information and safeguard the security of information of Pillars and our clients. Keep private information from unauthorized individuals, either within Pillars or others outside the organization.
  • Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity – to those you are serving. Is mindful or conscious of similarities and differences between people from different groups. Is respectful and accepting of the differences and strives to understand them.
  • Adaptability – Adapts to changes in the work environment; Manages competing demands; Changes approach or method to best fit the situation; Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events.
  • Customer Service – Manages difficult, emotional, and/or rapidly escalating situations; Responds promptly to need; Responds to requests for service and assistance; Meets commitments. Displays a positive attitude, demonstrates empathy and understanding, and interacts/presents solutions without judgment.
  • Interpersonal Skills – Focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; Maintains confidentiality; Listens to others without interrupting; Keeps emotions under control; Remains open to other’s ideas and tries new things.

Education and/or Experience:

  • High school diploma or general education (GED) required
  • Wisconsin Mental Health Peer Specialist certification and formal training to support recovery (AODA Recovery Coach training) or working toward obtaining these credentials
  • Group facilitation or co-facilitation experience
  • Knowledge of methods for creating wellness/recovery plans and teaching others to create the same
  • Previous experience providing peer support preferred
  • Ability to travel locally to meet clients, with access to a reliable vehicle and possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and automobile license

Pay: $14.48 per 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

Deadline to Apply:  May 17, 2021 9:00am    

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,

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

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

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

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

Duties and Responsibilities:

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

Core Competencies and Qualifications:

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

 Education and/or Experience:

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

 Compensation:

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

 To Apply:

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

Deadline to Apply:  May 17, 2021 9:00am    

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

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

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

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

What is the position?  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. This part time position will work either 1st or 2nd shift at the Pillars Adult and Family Shelter as needed.

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

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

 Core Competencies and Qualifications:

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

 Education and/or Experience:

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

Compensation:

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

 

 

To Apply:              

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

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

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

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

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

Duties and 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:

  • Associate’s Degree preferred, high school diploma or GED required.
  • Knowledge of and experience in working with a wide spectrum of individual issues: poverty, substance abuse, mental health.
  • 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 hour shift incentive 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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AmeriCorps:  Community Engagement Specialist

HOST SITE: The Brigade. 109 W. Columbian Ave. Neenah, WI

OVERVIEW: Why do minority populations, disabled and financially disadvantaged populations utilize outdoor and youth programming less than others? Help the Fox Valley find out. Lead the charge to identify the barriers disadvantaged populations face, keeping them from participation in Outdoors and Youth programming.

 

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Create/implement surveys (digital and in-person) and focus groups to assess barriers to participation in outdoor and youth programming
  • Identify ways to reach identified target populations
  • Engage identified target populations in the locations they congregate
  • Coordinate community outreach for input
  • Provide updates at team and community meetings regarding project progress
  • Analyze survey results
  • Develop and present proposal based on needs assessment to stakeholders 

 QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:  

  • Genuine care for all people
  • Good communicator. Bonus if you speak Spanish or Hmong.
  • Compassionate/personable
  • Familiarity with Google Apps, specifically Google Forms or  Survey Monkey
  • Takes initiative/self-starter
  • Familiarity with Brigade Programming is a plus, but not required.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle
  • Be 18 years or older at the beginning of their service
  • Hold a high school diploma or equivalent
  • U.S Citizen, U.S National, or Lawful permanent resident alien of the U.S
  • Provide information and complete, and pass a criminal history check (see note at the end of the application).

TRAINING:

  • Brigade will provide an orientation.
  • BWFV AmeriCorps Program will provide a new member orientation and additional monthly training opportunities for professional development.

 OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Member Term of Service:
    • The Member’s service term will start on 6/1/2021 and end of 8/31/2021.  
  • Time Requirements:
    • The member is expected to serve 450 hours, which averages to 35-40 hours/week during the service term period.
    • This position may require occasional night and weekend engagements.
  • Benefits:
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month, and will receive a gross living allowance of $446.22 per pay period. Please note, there will not be an additional hourly wage or salary.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: The Education Award amount for this position is $1,638.98
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments.
    • Brigade will provide a vehicle for transportation to off-site activities or mileage reimbursement will be available

 CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE (if applicable):

    • Please submit a resume and cover letter OR the BWFV AmeriCorps Application to Erika Lewin at elewin@bgbrigade.com

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Employment Specialist

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. 

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.

Starting at $16.00/hour

How to apply:  Please email resume to mpitsch@vpind.com.

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CAP Services, Inc.:  Loan Fund Specialist

CAP Services, Inc. is a private non-profit corporation serving Wisconsin for over 50 years. Our mission is to transform people and communities to advance social and economic justice. 

CAP Services is looking for a full-time Loan Fund Specialist for our Appleton office to support CAP Services' internal business and external loan fund management. Tasks include sharing program details with applicants, visits to current loan clients to manage loan fund and its risks, manage loan portfolios, underwrite program's business loan fund, and assist with maintenance of accounting records. Must be able to travel independently with insured vehicle up to 1,200 miles per month (work-related mileage reimbursed). 

Minimum Qualifications:

BA/BS in related field (accounting, finance, or community development); or

Non-related BA/BS degree and one year experience in business or economic development; OR Associate Degree in related field and three years experience in business or economic development; OR High school diploma and five years experience in business or economic development. 

Work site: CAP Services Appleton office, 821 E. 1st Ave Ste 3, Appleton WI Start Date: as soon as possible

Starting Pay: $21.90 - $23.24 per hour, depending on experience Status: Full time, 37.5 hours per week

Benefits: Paid time off, holidays, 401K, life insurance, access to health, dental, vision and disability insurance. 

CAP Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply:  Submit cover letter and resume to jobs@capmail.org with position in subject line.

 Application deadline: Deadline to submit resume and cover letter is 5pm Wednesday May 11th, 2021. 

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AmeriCorps:  Crisis Housing Supply Specialist

HOST SITE: Pillars Adult & Family Shelter at 400 North Division Street

OVERVIEW: The Crisis Housing Supply Scientist will support client health and wellness, conduct research and development (R&D) with like agencies in the Fox Valley and beyond to synthesize best practices that will build Pillars’ capacity to track, and manage and distribute donated food, hygiene items and other supplies among sites. Continuous improvement-focused responsibilities will include establishing an inventory system; designing and testing a sustainable, volunteer-driven distribution system; documenting processes; presenting findings to local nonprofits and other community partners with the aim of sharing learning across the sector.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Research and develop best practices for in-kind donation intake, distribution, and storage.
  • Meet with other local agencies to learn their best practices in in-kind donation intake, distribution, and storage.
  • Work closely with Pillars’ site managers to develop efficient storage space for in-kind donations.
    • Pillars Adult Shelter: 1928 W. College Avenue
    • Pillars Adult & Family Shelter: 400 N. Division Street
    • Pillars Resource Center: 1928 W. College Avenue
    • Pillars Main Office: 605 E. Hancock Street
  • Develop a streamlined process for requesting and accepting in-kind donations
  • Create and implement a system to actively track inventory of all in-kind donations across the agency.
  • Adequately document standard operating procedures to keep systems in place.
  • Build a sustainable training guide for volunteer assistance in this system.
  • Work closely with volunteers to develop best practices for in-kind donations.
  • Train volunteers in steps needed to accurately intake, distribute, and store in-kind donations across the organization in a way to sustain the process created by the AmeriCorps member.
  • Communicate directly with volunteers throughout entire process. 

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:  

  • The ideal candidate will hold an Associates or Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain Management, Non Profit Management, Community Health, Health Promotion and Wellness, Health Science, or related background and experience based on host site need. Upper-level undergraduates with related experience are encouraged to apply.
  • Must have experience working in Microsoft Office Suite & Outlook.
  • Should be comfortable in an office and an outdoor setting.
  • Flexible and able to switch tasks with little notice.
  • Skilled in creating and organizing documents, processes, and physical items.
  • Should have reliable transportation.
  • Must work well individually and on a team.
  • Comfortable with re-directing donations that cannot be used or stored.
  • Must be able to lift at least 50 lbs.
  • Be 18 years or older at the beginning of their service
  • Hold a high school diploma or equivalent
  • U.S Citizen, U.S National, or Lawful permanent resident alien of the U.S
  • Provide information and complete, and pass a criminal history check (see note at the end of the application).

TRAINING:

 

 

  • Current in-kind donation process:  request, acceptance, storage, distribution and inventory.
  • Layout of each site, including storage facilities.
  • Determination of in-kind donation needs at each site.
  • Volunteer access, scheduling and expectations.
  • BWFV AmeriCorps Program will new member orientation and additional monthly training opportunities for professional development.

 OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Member Term of Service:
    • The Member’s service term will start on 6/1/2021 and end of 8/31/2021.   
  • Time Requirements:
    • The member is expected to serve 300 hours, which averages 25-30 hours/week during the service term period.
  • Benefits:
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month, and will receive a gross living allowance of $321.28 per pay period. Please note, there will not be an additional hourly wage or salary.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: The Education Award amount for this position is $1,311.11
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments.
    • The opportunity to create a program that will have a long-lasting effect on our clients and our operations! 

CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE (if applicable):

  • Please complete the AmeriCorps member application, which can be found on the Be Well Fox Valley website: https://bewellfoxvalley.org/ and click on the AmeriCorps tab. 
  • Click here to begin the bulleted list.
  • Application materials due by Friday, May 7th to Amanda Ross, AmeriCorps Program Manager. Email: Amanda.ross@unitedwayfoxcities.org.

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United Church Camps, Inc @ Pilgrim Center:  Cabin Counselor

Basic Function:  Cabin Counselors create intentional spaces for unconditional acceptance in a variety of different camp programs over the summer by: planning and leading daily activities, facilitating community development in their groups, participating in evening programs and worships, working closely with fellow summer staff members and staff leaders.

Significant Responsibilities:

  • Be a respectful, positive, and flexible team player.
  • Greet and assist all campers and families on welcome day and departure day.
  • Be responsible for the health, safety, and 24-hour supervision of the campers residing in both your cabin and on site .
  • Live in a cabin, tent, or tree house with the campers.
  • Be respectful and sensitive to the individual needs of all campers.
  • Provide support and guidance for campers' personal growth, self-confidence, participation, interactions, and overall camp experience.
  • Help campers to share what they have learned and experienced with other campers.
  • Actively participate in all daily activities at camp including, but not limited to: meal preparations and campfire cooking, evening programs, campfires, vespers, program blocks, "cabin chats", clean-up at the end of each week.
  • Be a compassionate and empathetic listener to campers and fellow staff.
  • Be a loving example of a faith lead person; be willing to share your faith appropriately with others by leading faith-based discussions with emphasis on asking questions and learning new faith-based discoveries.
  • Perform additional duties as assigned.

 Required Qualifications:

  • Ability to enthusiastically work in a team environment.
  • Minimum of 18 years of age with a High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Must be friendly, flexible and lead by example to make interactions with staff positive and productive.
  • Must be able to pass a background check and complete additional training on safe conduct in the workplace.
  • Interest, knowledge, and skills in a variety of camp programs.
  • Self-motivated with good time management skills.
  • Interested in creating spaces of unconditional acceptance.
  • An inquisitive & curious mind that is always looking for ways things can improve.
  • A silly, creative mind that is not afraid to go against the norms.

How to apply:  Please feel free to visit our website at https://ucci.org/pilgrim-center/staff-opportunities/

Application Deadline:  June 6, 2021

EEO Statement:Employment decisions at UCCI are based on merit, qualifications, abilities, and needs of the ministry. It is the policy of UCCI to provide equal opportunity for all people without regard to age, race, religion, color, physical or mental handicap, marital status, sex, gender, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, arrest record, or conviction record. This policy governs all aspects of employment, including selection, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training.

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Covey:  Marketing & Social Media Coordinator (Part-time)

As the Marketing & Social Media Coordinator you will be increasing awareness and support of Covey through social media campaigns. You will be representing Covey at resource fairs and will be giving presentations. You will be working with Covey's marketing firm to maintain brand integrity and to promote Covey's programs and services. 

This is a part-time position averaging 25 hours a week. You will have the flexibility to divide your time working from home and in the office. Training will be in person. 

Core Values:

Covey's core values are Integrity, Inclusion, Individuality, and Imagination.

Team:

The team you will work with loves sports, movies, being outdoors, crafts, gaming, fitness, and is all inclusive and welcoming! 

We Offer Some Pretty Great Benefits.  They Include:

  • Competitive Wages
  • Divide your time between working from home and in the office Retirement Plan & Company Match
  • Paid Time Off - starts accruing immediately! Paid Holidays
  • Flexible Scheduling Paid Training

Experience/Qualifications:

  • Associate or Bachelor's degree in Marketing or equivalent experience
  • 1+ year of social media marketing experience
  • Understand social media KPIs
  • Must be able to pass a criminal and driving records investigation 

How to Apply:

Apply with us by clicking apply now or you can apply directly on our website at www.covey.org/careers.  If you have any questions, please call Nikki at 920-292-1124 or text 920-252-4886.

We are an equal Opportunity Employer.

Application deadline: 5/22/2021

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Covey:  Program Director

Covey strives to build a more inclusive community by empowering individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve greater independence. As a Program Director you will play a critical role in Covey's expansion of programs! You will get to use your creativity and imagination to build and start up our build new programs from the ground up. You will also oversee our thriving and growing Respite Care program. You will use your leadership experience to guide the House Manager and their team. 

Core Values:

Covey's core values are Integrity, Inclusion, Individuality, and Imagination.

Team:

The team you will work with loves sports, movies, being outdoors, crafty, gaming, fitness, and is all inclusive and welcoming! 

We Offer Some Pretty Great Benefits. They Include:

  • Competitive Wages
  • Medical & Dental- employer paid family premiums at 80%
  • Vision Insurance
  • Retirement Plan & Company Match
  • Paid Time Off - starts accruing immediately!
  • Paid Holidays
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Paid Training
  • Dress for your day, you can wear jeans to work

Experience:

  • 3+ years of experience in a successful leadership role.
  • Experience in residential programs and licensed programs is a plus!
  • Ability to problem solve, handle multiple priorities, and manage crisis situations.
  • Ability to work and communicate with families and professionals while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills and strong attention to detail
  • Must have valid driver's license and good driving record, and auto insurance.

How to Apply:

Apply with us by clicking apply now or you can apply directly on our website at www.covey.org/careers. If you have any questions, please call Nikki at 920-292-1124 or text 920-252-4886.

We are an equal Opportunity Employer

Application deadline: 5/22/2021

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Girls Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes:  AmeriCorps Program & Adult Development Assistant

Classification: AmeriCorps Program

Reports To: Program Manager

Position Type: Full time - (37.5-40 hr wk-1700 hours total 

Position Summary:  Support experiences for Girl Scouts-and volunteers who provide experiences to Girl Scouts-through developing trainings and volunteer support resources, events, community partnerships, short-term volunteers, and creating and implementing virtual and in person programming in the areas of STEM, Outdoors, Life Skills, and Entrepreneurship. Use an inclusive mindset to ensure Girl Scout programming celebrates and honors the diverse histories, cultures, and identities of our members and our communities. Bilingual abilities in Spanish, Hmong, Somali, or another language is a plus. 

We welcome applications from people of any gender, age, or religion, members of the LGBTQ+ community, Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC), people with disabilities, veterans, and anyone who wishes to make a positive impact on our movement. 

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm, occasional nights and weekends Appleton, Green Bay, Eau Claire,Central-

Essential Functions:

  • Create resources and development opportunities to support volunteers in implementing high quality programming for Girl Scouts Plan and implement high quality programming for Girl Scouts ages 5-17 through outreach programs, events, and other opportunities
  • Build and maintain relationships with program partners, such as businesses and nonprofits, who can provide programming to Girl Scouts
  • Recruit and support short-term volunteers who can support outreach programs, events, and other programming for Girl Scouts
  • Engage with the community by representing Girl Scouts at community events and meetings
  • Engage and support families and their Girl Scouts
  • Support membership and recruitment efforts
  • Conducting bilingual programming when needed, if able.
  • Written translation of materials into Spanish, Hmong, or Somali, if able.

Required Experience:

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experience:

  • Passion for helping girls challenge sexism, surpass stereotypes, and gain leadership skills
  • Experience or openness to growing a personal understanding of privilege, building cultural competency, and contributing to anti-racist efforts.
  • Experience or openness to growing knowledge of volunteer management and adult development.
  • Experience or openness to growing knowledge of child development and working with children.
  • Existing or willingness to grow community relationships within high schools, colleges and universities, non-profits, businesses, churches, the Latinx community, the Hmong community, and/or the Somali community within the community you serve. 

Service Conditions:

  • Must pass a background check.
  • Must pass motor vehicle check and have a valid driver's license.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or legal permanent resident alien of the U.S. Must be at least 17 years old by September 13, 2021.
  • Must have a minimum of a High School diploma or GED/HSED. Must be willing to complete the full term of service.
  • Must become a registered Girl Scout.
  • Must attend all GS member orientations, trainings and department meetings to obtain skills to ensure high quality programing and personal/professional development. Some of these will require travel or an overnight.

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

Benefits:

This position is an AmeriCorps program that must meet the requirements of completing 1700 hours within the time frame given of September 13, 2021 - August 31 2022. An Education Award of $6345 will be paid upon completion of the program in addition to the bi-weekly rate of $580.00. 

As a human service organization we recognize that our staff benefit from flexibility in scheduling. 

Girl Scouts is an organization with a solid history and a growing future. To work with GSNWGL means reaching your full potential in a dynamic and diverse environment. We value flexibility, teamwork, and a strong work ethic. With our large geography, we communicate in person and through phone, computer, and video conference technology.

How to apply:

Please apply on our website

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

 Application deadline: August 2021

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes:  AmeriCorps Member Program Assistant

Classification: AmeriCorps Program

Reports To: Program Manager

Position Type: Full time - (37.5-40 hr wk-1700 hours total 

Term of Service: September 13, 2021- August 31, 2022

Living Stipend: $580 biweekly

Education Award: $6,345

Position Summary:  Support experiences for Girl Scouts through events, community partnerships, short-term volunteers, and creating and implementing virtual and in person programming in the areas of STEM, Outdoors, Life Skills, and Entrepreneurship. Use an inclusive mindset to ensure Girl Scout programming celebrates and honors the diverse histories, cultures, and identities of our members and our communities. Bilingual abilities in Spanish, Hmong, Somali, or another language is a plus. 

We welcome applications from people of any gender, age, or religion, members of the LGBTQ+ community, Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC), people with disabilities, veterans, and anyone who wishes to make a positive impact on our movement. 

Schedule:  Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm, occasional nights and weekends Appleton, Central, Green Bay, Eau Claire

Essential Functions: 

  • Plan and implement high quality programming for Girl Scouts ages 5-17 through outreach programs, events, and other opportunities
  • Build and maintain relationships with program partners, such as businesses and nonprofits, who can provide programming to Girl Scouts
  • Recruit and support short-term volunteers who can support outreach programs, events, and other programming for Girl Scouts
  • Create resources and opportunities to support volunteers and program partners in implementing high quality programming for Girl Scouts
  • Engage with the community by representing Girl Scouts at community events and meetings
  • Engage and support families and their Girl Scouts Support membership and recruitment efforts
  • Conducting bilingual programming when needed, if able.
  • Written translation of materials into Spanish, Hmong, or Somali, if able.

Position Qualifications:

  • Passion for helping girls challenge sexism, surpass stereotypes, and gain leadership skills
  • Experience or openness to growing a personal understanding of privilege, building cultural competency, and contributing to anti-racist efforts.
  • Experience or openness to growing knowledge of child development and working with children.
  • Existing or willingness to grow community relationships within high schools, colleges and universities, non-profits, businesses, churches, the Latinx community, the Hmong community, and/or the Somali community within the community you serve. 

Service Conditions:

  • Must pass a background check.
  • Must pass motor vehicle check and have a valid driver's license.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or legal permanent resident alien of the U.S. Must be at least 17 years old by September 13, 2021.
  • Must have a minimum of a High School diploma or GED/HSED. Must be willing to complete the full term of service.
  • Must become a registered Girl Scout.
  • Must attend all GS member orientations, trainings and department meetings to obtain skills to ensure high quality programing and personal/professional development. Some of these will require travel or an overnight.

Benefits:

This position is an AmeriCorps program that must meet the requirements of completing 1700 hours within the time frame given of September 13, 2021 - August 31 2022. An Education Award of $6345 will be paid upon completion of the program in addition to the bi-weekly rate of $580.00. 

As a human service organization we recognize that our staff benefit from flexibility in scheduling.

Girl Scouts is an organization with a solid history and a growing future. To work with GSNWGL means reaching your full potential in a dynamic and diverse environment. We value flexibility, teamwork, and a strong work ethic. With our large geography, we communicate in person and through phone, computer, and video conference technology.

How to apply:

Please follow our site to apply:

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

 Application deadline: August 2021

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Pillars, Inc.:  Peer Support Specialist (Part-time)

Position Summary:  From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community. Pillars is seeking a Part-Time (20 hours per week) Peer Support Specialist to work with clients who visit the Pillars Resource Center.The Peer Support Specialist engages and encourages mental health peers in recovery, and provides peers with a sense of community and belonging, supportive relationships, and valued roles. A Peer Support Specialist is someone who has lived experience with mental illness and/or substance use disorder. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

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

  • Establishes healing relationships with peers.
  • Assists peers to understand the purpose of peer support and recovery models.
  • Provide peers with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services administration (SAMHSA’s) definitions of recovery and its components.
  • Intentionally shares his or her own recovery story as appropriate to assist peers, providing hope and help in changing patterns and behaviors.
  • Creates an environment of respect for peers that honors the person-centered planning in taking charge of their own lives.
  • Is trauma informed, mutually explores with peers their experiences, and supports individuals in getting appropriate resources for help.
  • Have and use his/her own recovery/wellness plan that also includes a proactive crisis plan.
  • Encourages peers to construct their own recovery/wellness plans that also include proactive crisis plans.
  • Supports peers in crisis to explore options that may be beneficial to returning to emotional wellness.
  • Encourages peers to become self-directed, focus on their strengths, exercise use of natural supports, develop their own recovery goals and strengthen valued roles within their community.
  • Supports peers in researching and locating resources that are beneficial to peers needs and desires.
  • Understands and is able to explain the rights of peers.
  • Establish acceptable boundaries with peers. Revisit boundaries on an ongoing basis.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Core Competencies:

  • Confidentiality – Ability to maintain confidential information and safeguard the security of information of Pillars and our clients. Keep private information from unauthorized individuals, either within Pillars or others outside the organization.
  • Building Relationships – Demonstrates exceptional relationship-building ability with volunteers, clients and consumers, tenants, agency partners, donors and potential donors, board and committee members.
  • Customer Service – Manages difficult, emotional, and/or rapidly escalating situations; Responds promptly to need; Responds to requests for service and assistance; Meets commitments. Displays a positive attitude, demonstrates empathy and understanding, and interacts/presents solutions without judgment. 
  • Interpersonal Skills – Focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; Maintains confidentiality; Listens to others without interrupting; Keeps emotions under control; Remains open to other’s ideas and tries new things.  
  • Adaptability – Adapts to changes in the work environment; Manages competing demands; Changes approach or method to best fit the situation; Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events. 

 Qualifications:

  • Wisconsin Mental Health Peer Specialist certification or working toward obtaining these credentials
  • High school diploma or general education (GED)
  • Prefer previous experience providing peer support
  • Knowledge of methods for creating wellness/recovery plans and teaching others to create the same
  • Ability to travel locally to meet clients, with access to a reliable vehicle and possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and automobile license

Compensation:

The Part-Time Peer Support Specialist compensation is $12.85 per hour. Benefits include a 401k retirement account and an Employee Assistance Plan. 

To Apply:             Deadline to Apply:  04/30/2021 by 8:00am              

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

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

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

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WUCMAA:  COVID-19 Vaccination Awareness Project Coordinator

As an umbrella organization, WUCMAA's mission is to support the well-being of Hmong and ethnic non-profit member organizations in the areas of capacity building, financial resources, cultural preservation and advocacy services.

WUCMAA's vision is to be a strong, unified driver for community development and engagement in underserved populations such as the Hmong and other Southeast Asians. Through our staff, volunteers, and the collective voices of our members, we strive to create awareness and solutions for the evolving needs of the Hmong and Southeast Asian communities, while preserving and leveraging cultural nuances that contribute to and enhance the development of strong resourceful community members.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:  WUCMAA is seeking a full-time project coordinator to provide effective leadership and program support for its COVID-19 Vaccination Awareness Project. The candidate must be someone who takes initiative and demonstrates cooperation and professionalism in working closely with member organizations, government entities, health care providers and other community organizations to successfully develop and implement project activities and objectives. The candidate will have strong communication and organizational skills, a commitment to WUCMAA's mission, and an in-depth understanding of the issues facing the member organizations and their clients.

 The project coordinator will work with member organizations to leverage existing relationships within the community and develop strategies and activities to meet the identified needs of specific Hmong communities in the area of COVID-19 education. The coordinator will work with local member organizations to increase knowledge and awareness related to:

How COVID-19 spreads and the dangers it poses

The risks and long-term effects associated with COVID-19 infections

The safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines

The routine nature of getting immunized

Where to access COVID-19 vaccines, particularly if uninsured or underinsured

Support in navigating systems or overcoming barriers to access COVID-19 vaccines in the community

The goal of the coordinator is to effectively increase COVID-19 vaccination awareness and communication through collaborations with local grass root member agencies to implement community outreach activities that facilitate downstream improvements in COVID-19 vaccination rates and decrease disparities in access.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 Implement and complete projects, and events related to COVID-19 Vaccination Awareness. This can include creating culturally sensitive flyers/PSAs/brochures that provide succinct and consistent information.

  1. Create and market a central platform for information sharing, networking, and questions from Hmong community members regarding COVID-19 vaccines (post all recorded videos, discussions, events, educational information, FAQ, etc.).
  2. Must be knowledgeable or willing to educate oneself about COVID-19 and vaccines, as it impacts the Hmong community, and effectively communicate this information.
  3. Host COVID-19 awareness discussions/events via social media and create, implement, and compile surveys completed by participants to measure their understanding of the importance of COVID-19 vaccinations and how they will promote it among family and friends. Develop incentives such as random drawing for gift cards for completing surveys, etc.
  4. Cultivate and maintain relationships with member organizations, community partners, government agencies, community leaders, local donors and funders, etc.
  5. Attend member organizations' community events, as needed or requested.
  6. Prepare and write project reports, as well as update website and social media platforms.
  7. Provide information and resources to member organizations, other non-profit organizations and government agencies as needed.
  8. Other work-related activities or projects as assigned by the Executive Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 The following skills, knowledge and abilities are required: 

  1. Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience is required.
  2. Fluent in Hmong and knowledge of Southeast Asian culture.
  3. Substantive and relevant work experience within non-profit organizations and government entities are a plus.
  4. Ability to write grants, fund development and fundraising experience are a plus.
  5. Possess strong leadership and networking skills.
  6. The ability to organize, prioritize and manage tasks without direct supervision.
  7. Demonstrate responsibility, dependability and set priorities when completing projects and meeting deadlines.
  8. Computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and social media platforms.
  9. Available to work a flexible schedule that includes evenings, weekends and willingness to travel as needed.
  10. Excellent verbal, written communication skills and presentation skills.
  11. Culturally sensitive-understands the Hmong and Southeast Asian experiences and passionate about their needs and the issues affecting them.
  12. Must be energetic and innovative, and be able to work independently or collaboratively with little supervision.

COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

How to apply:  Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to:

Long Vue, WUCMAA Executive Director E-mail: lvuewucmaa@gmail.com

DEADLINE:  This position will remain open until filled.

Wisconsin United Coalition of Mutual Assistance Associations, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

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Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity:  Donations Supervisor

Under the direction of the Store Manager, ensure that donation receiving, processing, pricing and logistics smoothly and efficiently while providing an exceptional experience for volunteers, donors, customers and staff in a safe and clean environment. 

This position is at the Habitat ReStore at 3000 E. College Ave., Appleton. Pay is $14.50 an hour.

Responsibilities  

  • Makes decisions regarding ReStore backroom operations, keeping Store Manager informed and seeking advice as needed. 
  • Manage the process for donation intake and inventory management, with support from volunteers for sorting, cleaning and recycling, ensuring workstations remain safe, decluttered, organized, and clean. 
  • Initiate the transfer of merchandise to and from offsite locations to ensure sufficient inventory levels.  
  • Maintain and communicate donation acceptance guidelines.  
  • Ensure proper evaluation of the condition/acceptability of incoming donations. 
  • In conjunction with the Store Manager and Assistant Manager, price items to control inventory turn. 
  • Continually improve the overall appearance of the donation processing area and related store operations to maximize efficiencies and ensure that all areas of the store and surrounding areas are clean and safe.  
  • Ensure that all documentation and procedures involved with an accident or incident investigation onsite are followed  
  • Complete opening and closing procedures when needed.  
  • Write procedures, training material and backroom signage. 
  • Support the development/cultivation of individual and/or business donor contacts. 
  • Work collaboratively with the management team and staff to maintain a positive, supportive and mission focused work culture.  
  • Assume responsibility for the store in the absence of the Store Manager and Assistant Manager.   
  • Cultivate a culture of safety by ensuring and insisting that all safety procedures are adhered to by volunteers, donors, customers and staff. 
  • Ensure quality volunteer, donor, customer and staff relations. Provide input, document, and address comments and grievances in a timely and professional manner. 
  • Assist in staff development and communication by contributing supporting content for weekly staff meetings and identifying outside training opportunities. 
  • Oversee and maintain daily and weekly staff and volunteer assignments while providing training, supervision and evaluation of store volunteers in a positive and affirming manner. 
  • In the absence of the store manager, supervise backroom staff in a positive and affirming manner.   
  • Communicate with donors and customers, primarily on program-specific duties. 

 Required Knowledge, Skills and Experiences: 

  • Specialized knowledge and competencies in volunteer, warehouse and inventory management.  Knowledge of building materials and retail management are preferred.  
  • Able to lift at least 50 lbs. 
  • Valid driver’s license with a good driving record. 
  • Able to receive training on and safely operate material handling equipment such as hand trucks, pallet jacks, forklifts and a 24’ box truck with a lift gate.  (CDL is not required)
  • Certifications for Forklift, First Aid and CPR (provided by HFH).  Continuing Education hours are required to be current and up to date. 
  • Strong analytical ability, reliability and thoroughness 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
  • Superior time management and organizational skills, with exceptional attention to detail. 
  • Ability to learn and work independently in an unstructured environment and as a team player. 
  • Ability to work diplomatically with others to discuss and resolve problems. 
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple and changing projects, deadlines and priorities. 
  • Outstanding interpersonal communication skills which must be effective and courteous, requiring high integrity when dealing with a broad array of backgrounds. 
  • Commitment to mission and values-driven work environment. 
  • Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel programs. 

Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.  Applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or other protected status.

 

 

Interested candidates should email resume and cover letter to Amy Pelishek, Executive Assistant, at amyp@foxcitieshabitat.org.

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Wild Ones:  Membership Coordinator

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

Overview:  The Membership Coordinator is responsible for supporting Wild Ones Members and Donors by maintaining membership records, renewal systems, membership communications, membership benefits and membership program activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE

  • Maintain membership databases, ensuring that chapter and member records are accurate and up to date; provide chapter officers and staff with easy-to-access and current membership data. 
  • Responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining a high-quality membership experience in the membership life cycle.
  • Develop and manage efficient membership renewal systems; communicate regularly with chapter officers on renewal status of chapter members. 
  • Develop and maintain a tracking and reporting system for accurate reporting of membership numbers and growth. 
  • Provide exceptional customer service, assistance and training members, donors, and visitors.
  • Responsible for monitoring, analyzing, and reporting on members statistics, trends, opportunities, or problems.   
  • Responsible for communicating organizational announcements, events, and news to members.
  • Responsible for administering member benefit programs including but not limited to citizen science programs, butterfly garden certifications and journal sponsorships.
  • Responsible for updating and maintaining new member handbook.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field or equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge of membership and donor best practices in a nonprofit or foundation. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ablet to communicate effectively, clearly, and concisely in written and verbal communications.
  • Excellent people skills with ability to communicate with a variety of stakeholders. 
  • Hands-on attitude with flexibility and willingness to cross train with and support colleagues in a small office environment. 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office software:  Excel, and Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Microsoft Teams.
  • Knowledge of desktop, membership systems, and web software (WordPress) desirable.
  • Ability to work independently and juggle a variety of tasks, challenges and competing priorities and manage time effectively.
  • Must be proficient in maintaining accurate records and data entry.
  • Must have at least an intermediate proficiency with video conferencing software.
  • Must have (or willing to obtain) a stable internet connection.
  • Must have (or willing to obtain) a computer to complete remote work.
  • Knowledge of native plants is a plus.

We do not expect our ideal candidate to possess all the above requirements. We are looking for someone with a positive attitude who is quick learner and willing to do whatever is needed to support Wild Ones Natural Landscapers.

HOURS, SALARY AND BENEFITS

 

 

Salary and hours

This is an hourly position ranging between $16 - $17.95 per hour, depending on experience and background. Hours will generally hover around 30hrs per week, but occasionally may require additional time to complete projects or participate in evening or weekend events.   

Location

Wild Ones national staff are currently working a mix of in office hours and remote hours due to COVID-19. When it is safe to do so the national staff with return to a regular work location at the Wild Center Monday- Friday between 8am – 4pm, remote work may be considered for the right candidate.

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

 Benefits

• Paid Time Off Benefits

• Ability to purchase Aflac insurance products

 • Eligible for SIMPLE IRA Retirement plan after minimum employment requirements are met; up to 3% company match.

 To Apply:

Email cover letter and resume to execdirector@wildones.org.  Please put “Membership Coordinator” in the subject line.  Application deadline is May 14, 2021.

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Wild Ones:  Chapter Liaison

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

Overview:  The Chapter Liaison is responsible for the development and operations of Wild Ones Chapters to best serve members within a chapter, members of the chapter’s community and the chapters ability to deliver on Wild Ones Mission.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Serves as the primary contact for all chapter officers, advise on chapter operations and provides support on technical/operational concerns.
  • Responsible for coordinating national chapter officer meetings, annual membership meetings, chapter and members communications and special project committees.
  • Responsible for the development, facilitation, and maintenance of Chapter Officer Training. This can include virtual “live” trainings, eLearning’s, and recorded videos.
  • Responsible for assembling content for Chapter Officer Newsletters and general communications.
  • Ensures chapters are compliant with organizational bylaws, the chapter guidebook, policies, and guidelines. 
  • Maintains, updates, and communicates current best practices, bylaws, chapter guidebook, policies, and guidelines to chapter officers.
  • Maintains chapter documentation and resources in the Member Center.
  • Responsible for chapter support services such as annual chapter reporting, chapter recognition and chapter anniversaries.
  • Responsible for chapter seedling, chartering, and de-chartering processes.  
  • Identifies strategies to increase the number of chapters, chapter membership, and membership retention both at chapter and organizational level.
  • Periodically reviews and attends chapter meeting materials, newsletters, and events to share with the national office.
  • Responsible for reporting chapter statistics and metrics to the national office.
  • Other duties as needed and assigned by the National Executive Director.

EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in business management or related field or equivalent experience. 
  • 3-5 years of membership, chapter, and donor experience in a nonprofit or foundation. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills and able t to communicate effectively, clearly, and concisely in written and verbal communications.
  • Excellent people skills with ability to communicate with a variety of stakeholders.
  • Hands-on attitude with flexibility and willingness to cross train with and support colleagues in a small office environment.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office software:  Excel, and Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Microsoft Teams.
  • Knowledge of membership systems, and web software (WordPress) desirable.
  • Demonstrated experience in creating and implementing training curriculum and designing training modules.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing strategic initiatives focused organizational growth that was successfully executed.
  • Experience in multi-unit leadership or across multiple locations in an organization
  • Ability to work independently and juggle a variety of tasks, challenges and competing priorities and manage time effectively.
  • Must have at least an intermediate proficiency with video conferencing software.
  • Must have (or willing to obtain) a stable internet connection.
  • Must have (or willing to obtain) a computer to complete remote work.
  • Knowledge of native plants is a plus.

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

 HOURS, SALARY AND BENEFITS

Salary and hours

This is an hourly position ranging between $16 - $19.23 per hour, depending on experience and background. Hours will generally hover around 30hrs per week, but occasionally may require additional time to complete projects or participate in evening or weekend events.

 Location

Wild Ones national staff are currently working a mix of in office hours and remote hours due to COVID-19. When it is safe to do so the national staff with return to a regular work location at the Wild Center Monday- Friday between 8am – 4pm, remote work may be considered for the right candidate.

 Benefits

• Paid Time Off Benefits

• Ability to purchase Aflac insurance products

• Eligible for SIMPLE IRA Retirement plan after minimum employment requirements are met; up to 3% company match.

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

To apply:

Email cover letter and resume to execdirector@wildones.org.  Please put “Wild Ones Chapter Liaison” in the subject line.  Application deadline is May 14, 2021.

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Valley Packing Industries, Inc.:  Human Service Care Assistant

JOB SUMMARY:

Assists the Case Manager in providing direct, hands-on training to individuals with disabilities involved in the Day Services Program to enhance their social and personal adjustment, recreation and leisure opportunities, and skill development.  Performs other duties as assigned.  

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. As directed by the Case Manager, provides active and direct supervision to program participants in the areas of social and personal adjustment, leisure time activities, and skill development in accord with individual rehabilitation plans.
  2. Assists the Case Manager in the implementation of participant’s individualized rehabilitation plans, which includes making behavioral observations, assisting with situational assessments, and facilitating attainment of participant’s goals.
  3. Maintains accurate documentation of program participants' performance using a web-based case management system.
  4. Assists the Case Manager in the development of a weekly schedule of social, recreational and leisure time activities congruent with participant’s plan of service.
  5. In collaboration with the Case Manager, maintains an inventory of all supplies and orders as needed.
  6. Performs other duties, such as but not limited to, bus duty, program coverage and leading activities, assisting with program participants’ personal care needs and special projects as assigned.
  7. Professionally communicates with guardians, parents, supervisors, resource workers, residential staff and/or other VPI staff to facilitate mutual program planning.
  8. Responsible for the dispensing of prescribed medications to members during program hours.
  9. Works as part of a team to deliver behavior management interventions to participants. 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent. Additional course work in human services or related field preferred. First aid and CPR certified. Minimum one (1) year experience working with individuals with disabilities. Demonstrated common sense, judgment, communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality. Proficient with computer skills including Microsoft Office.

How to apply:  Please email resumes to: mpitsch@vpind.com 

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Volunteer Fox Cities:  Administrative 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 in the Fox Cities. We also work with more than 50 businesses to develop their community engagement and volunteer programming. 

The Administrative 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 Administrative 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:

  • Answer phones, process and file documents and data entry
  • Assist in recruiting new volunteers for the Retired & Senior Volunteer 55+ Program (RSVP) within focus areas
    of the federal grant
  • Assist with screening, doing background checks and placing prospective volunteers
  • Assist the RSVP Director in preparing required program reports for funding purposes, including monthly mileage logs
  • Connect with volunteers through follow-up phone calls to ensure their satisfaction with their volunteer roles (phone survey done twice per year)
  • Assist with training and supervising RSVP volunteers for projects in our office
  • Attend RSVP Community Council meetings and prepare minutes
  • Participate in RSVP station visits when appropriate
  • Assist RSVP Director in planning and implementing the annual recognition event for volunteers
  • Attend RSVP training when necessary
  • Create and publish monthly RSVP e-newsletters using Constant Contact software and prepare some articles for the RSVP Rambler (printed newsletter)
  • Update RSVP Facebook page
  • 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
    • Edit, approve, or deny requested posts
    • Develop reports on outcomes to demonstrate the effectiveness of Get Connected
  • Work with VFC staff to track outcomes and impacts associated with above duties
  • 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
  • Experience with Constant Contact software a plus
  • Microsoft Office 365, including Publisher
  • Nonprofit or volunteer experience is a plus
  • General understanding of the government grant process
  • Genuinely interested in older adults
  • Database experience
  • Light physical demands/stairs in building

Reports To:  Executive Director

Schedule: Part-time 25-29 hours weekly; Flexible weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (we close at noon on Fridays). 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.  Consideration may also be given to the right candidate moving into the RSVP Director position in 2+years. 

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 St., Appleton, WI  54915

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

No phone calls please!

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Program Officer

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is searching for experienced and accomplished youth service program leaders to support the Wisconsin Association of Boys & Girls Clubs' collaborative work. 

Core responsibilities include training, managing, and communicating program reporting requirements, ensuring compliance, processing program reports, and building and sustaining an effective relationship with the State of Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the members of the WI Association of Boys & Girls Clubs, and other constituents. 

Successful candidates will have the skills, talent, and confidence to build and maintain supportive and trusting relationships with all constituents. Responsibilities will further include:

  • Efficient and regular use of a grant administration online platform.
  • Ongoing communication with member organizations that is both proactive and responsive.
  • Preparation and submission of accurate and timely reports to the State of Wisconsin, the WI Association of Boys & Girls Clubs, and other constituencies.
  • Regular site visits to provide support and ensure compliance with program requirements.
  • Creation of an online training library.

Current programs under the Program Officers' purview include the Wisconsin After Three initiative focused on academic enrichment services and the Be GREAT Graduate program focused on case management support to TANF eligible youth. 

The Program Officer will work as part of the Wisconsin Association of Boys & Girls Clubs support team and report to the CEO and the Executive Assistant to the CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley. 

Qualifications: 

The Program Officer position requires a majority combination of the following:

 Education and Experience:

  • A minimum of at least three distinguished years in a leadership or management role in youth services programming.
  • Bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership, human services or related field from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience.
  • Thorough knowledge of the mission, objectives, policies, programs and procedures of Boys & Girls Clubs and the principles and practices of managing youth serving programs and services.

Other Qualifications:

  • Mission-driven and values-based.
  • Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Self-disciplined, takes initiative remains focused in the face of pressure and does not stagnate or become intimidated in the face of multiple tasks and time limitations.
  • Proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse and numerous constituents.
  • Track record of inspiring, engaging and supporting others to deliver superior results.
  • Proven ability to work with efficiency, flexibility and good humor.
  • Proven ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in diverse settings.
  • Proven ability to use technology and online systems to manage responsibilities efficiently and effectively.
  • Proven ability to foster the development of cohesive and resilient teams.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize, direct, plan and coordinate operations.

To apply, please go to:  https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUk58ldhn9jKGsRe-2FSpaOHHGgUEUv0ORCKEeVCeCAFuwYnjZEla4y9-2BectwJ3UGwtXQ-3D-3DBsz-_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2sXzSgONkDA8wJwgtP3SobKcXSQnPn8iHra2zlTl5y0hbO9mbwSJRdBiStvLdYuV8gEkd27b2xl5Ph4vBZCmBMtxYdnTqnpwoTR5ODYnsyB4-2BnqBgiEBaMaWFt147SenjlVTtiPf9eM0P6xDE2ZZtAQkDh6j6BRgl39SUcJIkHrVh0RfANxvMCm4wD6TZxyWdg

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer functioning under an affirmative action plan.

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St. Joseph's Food Program, Inc.:  Systems Coordinator (Part-time)

Reports To: Executive Director

Primary Responsibility: Provide system, administrative, and program support to other staff members, front-end volunteers, and clients. Takes a team approach to see that all program tasks are completed.

Term of Employment: Part-Time (approximately 30 hours/week Monday-Friday including Monday evening hours) 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Offer support to other staff members in record keeping, data entry, and reporting.
  • All day to day clerical needs of the office.
    • Answering phones and responding to inquiries/messages
    • Recording messages
    • Managing in-kind donations and sending out thank you letters/receipts
    • Manage outgoing mail
    • Recording deposits and keeping deposit records
    • Prepare documents, reports, and presentations
  • Manage cloud-based system and end users.
    • Updating of records such as any donor information or client information
    • Perform weekly maintenance and data hygiene
    • Manage client intake system training manual
    • Manage home interviews manual and communication
    • Manage home interview daily processes and home interview scheduling
    • Communicate with system alliance pantries and outside agency end users
    • Train and provide system support for staff and volunteers
    • Train and provide system support for alliance pantry staff and volunteers
  • Manage outside agency distribution pounds and outreach costs.
  • Manage monthly Donor Outreach program and volunteers.
  • Work with Director of Marketing and Development, Volunteer Coordinator, and Executive Director to manage website, social media networks, email marketing communication, and internal client communication.
  • Assist with any computer concerns and arrange services for any computer repairs.
  • Fill in as needed in volunteer positions such as Receptionist, Interviewer, Distribution, etc.
  • Attend board meetings and committee meetings when invited. 

Minimum Education/Experience:

  • 3 – 5 years of experience working in an administrative or coordinator role preferably with systems capability
  • Certificate or Associate Degree in an Administrative or Business Administration profession

 Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Basic understanding of systems, software, and hardware with the ability to learn new systems.
  • Proficient in performing computer-related tasks involving Microsoft Office, email marketing tools, web management, and graphic design tools.
  • Ability to provide system support, evaluate, and resolve system issues.
  • Ability to make administrative and procedural decisions and judgements.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple priorities under pressure.
  • Ability to follow direction and work with minimum supervision.
  • Ability to work with/for others.
  • Self-motivated
  • Professional demeanor
  • Enthusiastic and energetic

To apply, please submit a resume and a cover letter to MClare@stjoesfoodprogram.org

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AmeriCorps:  Eat Well for Life Program Coordinator

HOST SITE: ThedaCareLifestyle Medicine. 1602 North Meade Street, Appleton WI 54911 

OVERVIEW: The Be Well Fox Valley Eat Well for Life (EWF) program will be working with other healthcare organizations in our communities to establish standard methods to identify and support people with uncontrolled diabetes and food insecurity to receive education and food to improve their health outcomes.  The AmeriCorps member will help us enroll patients into the program, collect data, organize various aspects of the program as outlined by the core team, and complete the work outlined below.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate the pre-participation process with new EWFL participants, including:
    • Determine options to support identification of patient that qualify for Eat Well for Life and process for the referral into the program.
    • Receive referrals from ThedaCare providers for EWFL program; act as Navigator role for program
    • Contact participants to explain program and conduct pre-participation surveys
    • Compile and report aggregate survey results for ThedaCare to Be Well Fox Valley staff
    • Identify barriers to successful completion of EWFL program and to adoption of healthy lifestyle for participants. Connect participants with resources within ThedaCare and the community to address barriers.
    • Capture pre-participation data from electronic health records. Maintain data for ThedaCare patients through the program and post-program. Report de-identified data to Be Well Fox Valley.
    • Compile welcome kits for participants and deliver to pick-up locations
  • Coordinate health education sessions for Eat Well for Life program, including:
    • Schedule meetings, including securing and setting up meeting locations.
    • Coordinate presenters for sessions.
    • Create handouts for education sessions
    • Set up and manage technology for virtual learning.
    • Record education sessions and make available for later viewing.
    • Act as point of contact for participants, and support them with supplemental education, including:
      • Weekly e-mails with recipes, tips, or motivational messages.
      • Create and coordinate weekly challenges for participants, such as healthy food consumption or physical activity minutes.
      • Maintain list of alumni and coordinate alumni events
  • Support program preparations such as food assembly, recipes, and materials needed.
    • Assist food pantries and food banks with coordination of food distribution
    • Participate on team designing and evaluating program
    • Work with food pantries to implement diabetic-friendly practices
    • Engage in social media for EWFL participants (such as possibly establish a face book group), enhance program website, and write and/or edit copy (brochures, newsletters, blogs, etc).
    • Recruit and support volunteers necessary for the success of program strategies and activities.

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EDUCATYION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Educational requirements: The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor's degree in Community Health, Health Promotion and Wellness, Health Science, Dietetics, or related background and experience based on host site need. Upper-level undergraduates with related experience are encouraged to apply.
  • Be 18 years or older at the beginning of their service
  • Hold a high school diploma or equivalent
  • U.S Citizen, U.S National, or Lawful permanent resident alien of the U.S
  • Provide information and complete, and pass a criminal history check (see note at the end of the application).

 TRAINING:

  • ThedaCare will offer additional 1 day of standard Human Resource ThedaCare orientation.
  • Training on EPIC with EPIC Trainor
  • Training in Life Style Medicine Clinic specific to Eat Well for Life outline in job description.
  • BWFV AmeriCorps Program will offer additional training opportunities for professional development including conflict resolution, citizenship, and volunteer management.

OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Member Term of Service:
    • The Member’s service term will start on 6/1/2021 through 8/31/2021. 
  • Time Requirements:
    • The member is expected to serve 300 hours, which averages to 25-30 hours/week during the service term period.
  • Benefits:
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month, and will receive a gross living allowance of $321.28 per pay period.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: Award amount $1,311.11
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments.
    • Immersion experience in community health and human service offerings.
    • Opportunity to work with multiple healthcare organizations in collaboration to improve health and wellness our communities
    • Opportunity to learn hands on business application of start-up program to improve health and wellness.

 CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE (if applicable):

  • Please send a resume and cover letter to either:

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AmeriCorps: Lifestyle Wellness Coach

HOST SITE:  Partnership Community Health Center. 5337 W. Grande Market Appleton, WI 54913

OVERVIEW: The member will enhance diabetes prevention and self-management efforts by incorporating bilingual lifestyle education in partnership with Partnership Community Health Center (PCHC) primary care. The member will serve time primarily at PCHC involved in the Eat Well for Life program with Be Well Fox Valley to deliver Diabetic Education and programing for our patients and in the broader community. The member will assist in data collection, patient engagement, development of patient education for exam rooms and waiting areas, social media and other venues to support our patients.  Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.  This position would start by or before June 15th, 2021.   

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate the pre-participation process with new Eat Well for Life (EWFL) participants, including:
    • Receive referrals from PCHC providers for EWFL program; act as Navigator role for program
    • Contact participants to explain program and conduct pre-participation surveys
    • Compile and report aggregate survey results PCHC to Be Well Fox Valley staff
    • Identify barriers to successful completion of EWFL program and to adoption of healthy lifestyle for participants. Connect participants with resources within PCHC and the community to address barriers.
    • Capture pre-participation data from electronic health records. Maintain data for PCHC patients through the program and post-program. Report de-identified data to Be Well Fox Valley.
    • Compile welcome kits for participants and deliver to pick-up locations
  • Coordinate health education sessions for Eat Well for Life program, including:
    • Schedule meetings, including securing and setting up meeting locations.
    • Coordinate presenters for sessions.
    • Create handouts for education sessions
    • Set up and manage technology for virtual learning.
    • Record education sessions and make available for later viewing.
    • Act as point of contact for participants, and support them with supplemental education, including:
      • Weekly e-mails with recipes, tips, or motivational messages.
      • Create and coordinate weekly challenges for participants, such as healthy food consumption or physical activity minutes.
      • Maintain list of alumni and coordinate alumni events
  • Assist food pantries and food banks with coordination of food distribution
  • Participate on team designing and evaluating program
  • Work with food pantries to implement diabetic-friendly practices
  • Engage in social media, enhance program website, and write and/or edit copy (brochures, newsletters, blogs, etc).
  • Recruit and support volunteers necessary for the success of program strategies and activities.
  • Will work with supervisor to develop and implement workplace wellness activities
  • Will work with PCHC staff to deliver community-based programing around health and wellness with PCHC patient population areas

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Health and Wellness or related field required.
  • Familiar with lifestyle management programming
  • Benefit to know CDC Prevent T2 curriculum
  • Bilingual preferred-English-Spanish
  • Be 18 years or older at the beginning of their service
  • Hold a high school diploma or equivalent
  • U.S Citizen, U.S National, or Lawful permanent resident alien of the U.S
  • Provide information and complete, and pass a criminal history check (see note at the end of the application).

TRAINING:

 

 

  • CDC Prevent T2 facilitator training
  • Member will receive on-site training at PCHC as necessary, including training on EPIC/AZARA
  • BWFV AmeriCorps Program will offer additional training opportunities for professional development including conflict resolution, citizenship, and volunteer management

OTHER INFORMATION:

  • Member Term of Service:
    • The Member’s service term will start on 6/1/2021 through 8/31/2021.This position would start by or before June 15th, 2021
  • Time Requirements:
    • The member is expected to serve 300 hours, which averages to 25-30 hours/week during the service term period.
  • Benefits:
    • Members will receive a living allowance while serving, which is paid on the 15th and last day of each month, and will receive a gross living allowance of $321.28 per pay period.
    • Segal Education Award upon successful completion of hourly requirement described in Time Requirements: Award amount $1,311.11
    • Forbearance on qualified student loans while serving and interest accrual payments. 

CONTACT INFORMATION AND APPLICATION DUE DATE (if applicable):

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Dyslexia Reading Connection, Inc.:  Dyslexia Tutor

Looking to make a difference? Dyslexia Reading Connection®, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is actively seeking passionate, yet patient tutors to work with students (K-12) and adults who need assistance with reading and math. Tutors will provide guidance to their students on a one-on-one basis to bring them up to grade level. No experience necessary, but the right, qualified reading tutor applicants will need to be able to hear and differentiate differences between sounds and coach students towards success. No experience necessary, but the right, qualified math tutor applicants will need to possess a strong understanding of and passion for math, and an ability to coach students towards success. 

Dyslexia Reading Connection is a year-round center that provides Structured Literacy multi-sensory math tutoring to the dyslexic and dyscalculic community. We also build community awareness through speaking engagements, free consultations, and student screenings. The mission of Dyslexia Reading Connection (DRC) is “to provide tutoring and related services in reading, spelling and math to students and adults with dyslexia.” The vision of DRC is “inspiring a world of learning and literacy for the dyslexic community of northeast Wisconsin.” DRC has grown to be the largest organization specializing in dyslexia in northeast Wisconsin. Since our inception, we have helped hundreds of students. While our area of expertise is dyslexia; the programs we offer are data-proven and research-based to aid any individual struggling with reading or math.

Experience/Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required
  • Experience in working with children preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
  • Ability to motivate youth
  • Ability to work with youth and families from a variety of backgrounds
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to work flexible hours

Hours: 1.5 – 3 hours/week to start. Mon-Thur primarily between 3:30 – 6:30 pm Salary: $13.00/hr., paid training is provided.

A background check is required.

For further information and to apply, please go to https://dyslexiareadingconnection.com/emplyment/

Have questions? Email info@dyslexiareadingconnection.com

We hope you think about joining our team, but before you apply, please consider the following: 

We seek a long-term commitment from our tutors; it is not just a stopping point until another position opens up. You will work one-on-one with students and form a close bond. It’s hard for them to switch to different tutors. 

New tutors typically start with just one or two students, so your starting hours will be low (1.5 – 3 hr/week). More students will become available after 30 days of successful tutoring and you could eventually be working as many as 10-20 hr/week, if so desired. 

Tutoring is an extremely rewarding position. You build a strong relationship with your student(s), you watch them grow, build their confidence, and prepare them for future success. You are transforming lives and giving them the gift to be able to succeed in school and the workplace. 

Dyslexia Reading Connection, Inc. does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, employment, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services.

 EOE

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Special Olympics Wisconsin, Inc.:  Coordinator, Development & Sports in Appleton, WI

The Coordinator, Development and Sports will support organizational operations in the Region 4-5 office by providing administrative support to the Development; and Sports and Health Programs Departments. This position is full-time, non-exempt, 40 hours per week.

Qualifications:

  • Associate/Bachelor's degree preferred; or a minimum of two (2) years' work experience;
  • Effective verbal and written communication;
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment.
  • Ability to work independently and organize work to meet established deadlines; solve problems using good judgment; understand when to seek assistance or guidance from others.
  • Proficiency with MS Office including Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher

How to apply:

Please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@specialolympicswisconsin.org.

Application deadline: April 15, 2021

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Harbor House:  Crisis & Shelter Advocate, Part-time, Weekends - 4 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

JOB SUMMARY:  The Crisis & Shelter Advocate is part of a team of advocates providing direct service to survivors and children experiencing domestic abuse. The role of the advocate is to empower individuals affected by domestic abuse by listening, validating their experience, providing support, information and advocacy. The weekend position is responsible for meeting immediate needs of residents and call-ins and answering our 24/7 crisis phone line. This position is also responsible for interfacing with the public at the front desk and processing donations on weekends.

This position is a part time weekend (and rotating holidays) shift that works 4:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. The position will be expected to work 8-16 hours per weekend with flexibility for necessary time off. There may also be opportunity to pick up additional 8 a.m-4 p.m. weekend shifts.

PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Direct Services

  • Spend one on one time with survivors of domestic violence offering education, support and networking options with other survivors.
  • Spend time connecting survivors and children with an emphasis on community building.
  • Provide opportunities for survivor participation in the program.
  • Solve immediate needs of shelter residents.
  • Be comfortable answering 24/7 hotline with callers in crisis.
  • Take arrest calls and maintain arrest log.

Communication

  • Actively participate in staffing to provide consistent exchange information.
  • Provide consistent and supportive follow through on staffing decisions.
  • Shelter Maintenance and Security
  • Assist House Manager with shelter maintenance and upkeep.
  • Maintain safety of shelter and its residents.
  • Coordinate and process donations as needed.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Compile agency records/statistics pertinent to service provision.
  • Attend all agency staff meetings and required in-services.
  • Work cooperatively with other agency staff.
  • Participate in other duties as assigned.

Competencies:

  • Cultural competency.
  • High level of professionalism.
  • Be able to define and hold to firm boundaries.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Calm in crisis, able to identify crisis from needs/wants.
  • Ability to lift 30 lbs.
  • Ability to think on your feet and make quick decisions.
  • Basic knowledge of computers and data entry proficiency is necessary.
  • Strong understanding of trauma informed care.

Education, Experience, and Other Requirements:

  • Experience working with people in trauma.
  • Degree in human services related field or experience that would match those qualifications.
  • Ideal position for a student pursuing a human services related field.

This position description describes the general nature and level of work performed by the individual assigned to this position and should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It does not state or imply that these are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to the position. The employee may be required to perform other job-related duties. All requirements are subject to change and to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability.

This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change.

Pay: $13.75 - $14.75 per hour

How to apply:

Email amber.schroeder@harborhousewi.org. No calls, please.

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Harbor House:  Manager, Finance

SUMMARY: The Manager, Finance position will focus and be responsible for maintaining the financial records and internal controls for the organization, to include administering of fiscal policies and monitoring all financial aspects for the organization. The Manager, Finance serves on the Harbor House Leadership Team.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Serves as the staff point person for the organization's Finance Committee. 
  • Actively works to improve/streamline processes using technology in consultation with Executive Director.
  • Oversees and is responsible for all financial controls.
  • Directly works on the following projects and/or the staff/contractors who manage them
  • Process payroll and related tax (and other) withholding payments for exempt and non-exempt staff on a biweekly basis; review hours worked and adjust time off accruals
  • Ensure payroll hours and other expenses are assigned to the correct cost center, and are billed to the appropriate grant
  • Prepare, process, monitor, and reconcile all accounts payable and accounts receivable
  • Prepare and file all required ongoing, quarterly, and annual federal, state, and local reports; complete and file payroll, tax and other compliance reporting requirements (including but not limited to quarterly 941 and WI UCT 101, W2s, W3s, WT-7, 1099s, etc.)
  • Review and code all donations (cash and otherwise) in cooperation with the Sr. Manager, Community Relations 
  • Provides risk management oversight to include observations and strategies to minimize risks to the business. Oversee annual Workers Compensation audit.
  • Supports the Executive Director and Leadership Team in creating annual budgets and provides monthly reporting to ensure leadership is aware of trend performance throughout the year, and provides necessary updates to the Board of Directors.
  • Works closely with Sr. Manager, Community Relations to develop budgets for grant applications and ongoing reports. Submits all monthly/quarterly grant reimbursement reports accurately and on time.
  • Closely understands agency funding streams and has ability to strategically position funding to maximum organizational benefit.
  • Manages part-time bookkeeper (10 hrs/wk).
  • Proactively prepares for annual audit with independent audit firm to ensure we are in compliance with all applicable laws and accounting practices.
  • Assists auditors in maintaining fixed asset and depreciation schedules.
  • Collaborates effectively with our banking relationships to ensure our best interests are managed effectively.
  • Regularly reconciles GL and Payroll activities.
  • Monitors compliance with GAAP and agency policies. Promptly reports irregularities to the Executive Director.
  • Prepares ad-hoc reports as needed.
  • Complies with all federal, state, and other applicable regulations. Completes continuing education to stay current on regulations, trends, and best practices.
  • Functions as key player in organizational data strategy and is comfortable navigating client/donor databases.
  • Other duties as assigned.

CORE COMPETENCIES:

  • Ability to maintain confidential information and safeguard the security of information of Harbor House and our clients. Keep private information from unauthorized individuals, both internally and externally.
  • Self-directed problem solver who analyzes information and develops solutions. Works well with groups and is able to explain complex financial information in every-day terms.
  • Strong organizational ability, able to run/manage projects from start to finish on time.
  • Must be a strategic thinker-able to quickly/intuitively identify opportunity areas and weaknesses, willing to look for external best practice to bring into the organization. Easily adapts to change and wants to be a part of forward progress. Willing to think outside of the box.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Accounting, or related field
  • 5+ years of accounting experience required, nonprofit accounting preferred
  • CPA is preferred; an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
  • Proficiency in MS Office, Excel, and other accounting/data base software is required. (QuickBooks, Salesforce, etc.)
  • Experience in Grant Accounting is highly desirable.
  • Ability to travel locally, with access to a reliable vehicle and possess a valid Wisconsin driver's license and automobile license

This position description describes the general nature and level of work performed by the individual assigned to this position and should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It does not state or imply that these are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to the position. The employee may be required to perform other job-related duties. All requirements are subject to change and to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability. 

This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change.

How to apply:

Email Amber.Schroeder@harborhousewi.org.  No calls please. 

Application deadline: 4/15/21 or until filled.

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Harbor House:  Human Resources Generalist

Job Summary:  This exciting, new position for Harbor House is responsible for the administration and overall management of all Human Resource elements for the organization in partnership with the Executive Director and members of the Harbor House Leadership Team. Position will also assist in driving the organizational culture. 

Primary Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

  • Serve as one of the primary contacts for team members to address HR issues, questions and concerns while maintaining good working relationships and building credibility with all team members.
  • Assist in the development, implementation and adherence to human resources policies, procedures and practices. Make recommendations for changes/improvements.
  • Manage payroll in partnership with finance department.
  • Coordinate new hire orientations, trainings and onboarding process, to include benefits enrollment and all required paperwork.
  • Partner with managers on recruitment efforts for their department. This includes, but is not limited to, posting positions, scheduling and conducting interviews, background and reference checks, and coordinating new hire communications.
  • Partner with managers on performance management processes for their teams. Including but not limited to goal planning, performance assessments, career planning, and salary planning.
  • Act as primary coordinator and point of contact for annual Benefits Open Enrollment and qualifying events; review, prepare and present materials; ensure enrollment is completed correctly and timely; ensure benefits carriers receive enrollments and changes in a timely manner.
  • Participate in annual benefits renewal process, including working with Executive Director on overall benefits strategy and implementation.
  • Administer benefits programs such as life, health, dental, disability insurance, retirement and employee assistance program.
  • Handle benefits inquiries and complaints to ensure quick, equitable, courteous resolution. Maintain contact with insurance companies, medical providers, employees, and beneficiaries to facilitate proper and complete utilization of benefits for all employees.
  • Assist management with administrative tasks as needed; such as creating spreadsheets, metrics, presentations, etc.
  • Maintain company forms and spreadsheets within the Human Resources function including employee files.
  • Manage unemployment claims for the organization as well as all employment related reference checks.
  • Key player in organizational equity, diversity and inclusion work.
  • Assist in development of organizational approach to pay and performance incentives.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Competencies:

  • Extremely strong communication skills.
  • Extremely high sense of professionalism.
  • Ability to maintain confidential information and safeguard the security of information of Harbor House and our clients. Keep private information from unauthorized individuals, both internally and externally.
  • Self-directed individual who enjoys teamwork and collaboration.
  • Ability to develop processes/procedures and adhere to them.
  • Requires an above average level of accuracy and attention to the details.
  • Cultural competency.
  • Ability to work well under pressure.
  • Passion for the Harbor House mission. Education, Experience and Other Requirements:
  • Associates or Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources field
  • 2+ years of experience in human resources.
  • Experience in Paychex, QuickBooks, Salesforce is a bonus.
  • Proficiency in MS Office.
  • Ability to travel locally, with access to a reliable vehicle and possess a valid Wisconsin driver's license and automobile license. 

This position description describes the general nature and level of work performed by the individual assigned to this position and should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It does not state or imply that these are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to the position. The employee may be required to perform other job-related duties. All requirements are subject to change and to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability.

This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change.

How to apply:

E-mail amber.schroeder@harborhousewi.org. Please do not call.

Application Deadline:  04/19/2021 or until filled.

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First Congregational United Church of Christ:  Administrative Assistant

Reports to: Office Manager and Administrative Assistant

Prepared by: Human Resources Committee

Effective Start Date: Immediately

Hours: 24 to 32 hours a week

Summary: Serve as a general administrative assistant to the front office.

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Administrative Assistant: include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Provide primary telephone support.
  • Data entry and preparation of reports (attendance, registration, membership, etc).
  • Work with bookkeeper to keep auto-giving entries up-to-date and help congregation members with questions about their pledges and contributions. Also keeps an eye on mobile and online giving to make sure correct funds are assigned to giving. Also does petty cash reports.
  • Work with volunteers.
  • Schedule activities in the church calendars and enteliweb. Point person for community groups renting rooms. Schedule and manage use of guest Zoom account with volunteer leaders.
  • Proofread, print, copy, prepare and send documents and correspondence (hard copies and electronic). Point person for correspondence for weddings, baptisms, funerals, community groups and new members.
  • Perform receptionist duties by welcoming, directing and answering questions for visitors to the office.
  • Assist with document assembly and production, including the church newsletter, The Open Door, Alternative Christmas market brochure, mission trip devotionals. Also mails out copies of Sunday Bulletin/The Open Door weekly.
  • Process incoming and outgoing mail, uses stamps.com.
  • Daily/weekly goes through pew pads, calls hospitals, keeps eye on announcements on bulletin boards and Narthex Table to remove expired items, keeps Care Notes stand full, watch Constant Contact for bounced emails.
  • Realm Administrator.
  • OneLicense music reporting.
  • Helps Stewardship keep yearly track of pledging, incudes % change per household over the years. Also helps with thank yous - cards for senior pastor to sign, letter for team to sign.
  • Keeps systems updated used by staff – timesheets; mileage sheets; printing- distribution-attendance records; flower book. Also creates sign-up sheets.
  • Keeps road sign current.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

 Qualifications:

  • Associate or bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college in an applicable field, two or more years of related experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities.
  • Displays sound judgment, a positive attitude and professional conduct, maintains confidentiality and works well with others.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, (especially Excel) and the ability to learn other applicable computer programs and office equipment.
  • Strong interpersonal, time-management and delegation skills.
  • Valid driver license.

 Compensation:

  • Per HR.

 Physical Functions:

  • Able to use staircases, walk, sit and bend. Ability to lift 20 pounds.

 Application:

  • Please submit a cover letter and résumé, with at least 3 references not related to the applicant, to cfrederick@firstcongoappleton.org.

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ESTHER Fox Valley:  Communications Coordinator (Part-time)

ESTHER (Interfaith Community Organizing) seeks a part-time (approximately 10 hours per week) Communications Coordinator to assist in the creation, development, and execution of ESTHER communications, which may include but are not limited to:

  • Database maintenance
  • Emails and e-newsletters
  • Mailings to members
  • Blog posts
  • Social media posting and comment mediation
  • Graphic design for print and online communications
  • Coordinating with printers
  • Writing and disseminating press releases
  • Event planning support
  • Photography and videography for ESTHER events

Essential Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

The chosen candidate will have a demonstrated interest in social justice and support for ESTHER’s mission, and will possess strong skills in persuasive writing, editing, analytical thinking, creative communication, organization, and time management.

The ESTHER Communications Coordinator will take a detail-oriented approach to tasks, bring a growth mindset to the job, and embrace continuous improvement. The role requires a desire to work closely with the full and diverse spectrum of ESTHER members and the communities we serve.

Education and experience:

  • High school diploma required; some coursework in English, journalism, marketing, and/or communication expected.
  • Experience working with CRM and CMS software for web design, content creation, social media engagement, and member outreach.
  • Comfort with G-Suite (or MS Office), as well as publishing and design programs, and willingness to learn new platforms.
  • Ability to track, report, and analyze communications and use the data to improve future work.
  • The ideal candidate will be open to receiving training in community organizing.

Work Environment:

  • The communications coordinator will spend a significant amount of time in an office setting, creating, editing, uploading, and publishing and performing administrative tasks related to database management.
  • This position requires someone who is able to work independently and have flexible work hours.
  • Regular attendance at the monthly ESTHER Communications Committee will be required as well as weekly check-ins with the ESTHER Organizer.

To apply:  Send resume, cover letter, names of 3 references, and examples of social media work to; office@esther-foxvalley.org Attn; Bill. Deadline for applications May 31, 2021.

Esther is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, family responsibilities, political affiliation, disability or veteran status. Esther wholeheartedly embraces diversity and inclusion in our workplace, and encourages applicants from all backgrounds

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Paper Discovery Center:  Live Science Intern (Part-time)

The Paper Discovery Center (PDC) is in search of a Science Stage Production Intern. The Intern will be responsible for delivering memorable and engaging programs to enlighten audiences about a variety of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) subjects. The performances will be a part of both in-person and virtual programming offered by the PDC. The performances should last between 20-30 minutes, including a time for audience questions at the end.

The Intern will work with the Programming and Community Development Director, educators and the Director of Marketing to deliver high-quality experiences. The intern will work between 15-18 hours per week with compensation of$11.50/hr. This is not a remote position and will begin immediately upon hire.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:

  • Be an excellent multi-tasker, and an organized self-starter Proficient in Microsoft office
  • Able to initiate and participate in meetings via Zoom, Teams, etc. Background knowledge and interest inSTEAM subjects: science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics
  • Have a working knowledge of theater basics such as lighting, sound, visual effects.
  • Must be able to sit at a computer for periods of time, as well as stand on a hard surface, climb ladders, and lift up to 50 lbs.

Job Duties:

  • 50% -working with the public, in a virtual or live format.
  • 25%-Preparing, practicing and learning scripts, reading background information.
  • 25%-Setting up and take down stage for performances, other stage-related duties as assigned.

PLEASE SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO CAROL COUILLARD, DIRECTOR OF CONTENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TO CAROL@PAPERDISCOVERYCENTER.ORG.

Applicants will receive consideration without discrimination because of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, religion, familial status, marital status, sexual orientation and status with regard to public assistance, military/veterans status or any other protected classes as defined by law. How to apply

CONTACT Carol Couillard at 920-380-7491 or carol@paperdiscoverycenter.org

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Paper Discovery Center:  Paper Lab Educator (Part-time)

The Paper Discovery Center (PDC) is looking for a creative, enthusiastic educator for our newly-expanded Purdy-Weissenborn paper lab. The ideal candidate will enjoy working with groups and individuals of all ages, and will be passionate about upholding the PDC's Mission and Vision.

Mission:  Motivating the community to experience the world through scientific exploration. Vision: To be the destination for life-long learning and discovery.

Responsibilities:

  • As a part of the PDC education team, work to deliver STEAM-based programs to the community, both virtually and in-person. Develop field trip programs that align to state science standards.
  • Participate in marketing new and exciting paper lab activities, working with the marketing director to write newsletter articles, website content and social media posts.
  • Explain paper making in terms of it's relevance in Science Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics.
  • Ensure smooth and efficient operations of the paper lab, including ordering supplies, maintaining a budget, and ensuring a welcoming, safe environment for all guests.
  • Assist in planning the annual calendar of activities which include seasonal workshops, programs, special events and field trips. Must Have:
  • Bachelor's Degree Preferred, experience in paper making or other print arts.
  • Strong experience with Microsoft Office
  • Strong organizational skills, able to work independently and as part of the education team.
  • Strong grammar, spelling, punctuation, and writing skills.
  • Strong customer service and relationship management skills.
  • Experience in event planning and event management skills a plus.

Part-time exempt, 24-28 hours per week, some evenings and weekends required

PLEASE SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO CAROL COUILLARD, DIRECTOR OF CONTENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TO CAROL@PAPERDISCOVERYCENTER.ORG.

How to apply:  Contact Carol Couillard at 920-380-7491 or via email at carol@paperdiscoverycenter.org

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Paper Discovery Center:  Science Educator (Part-time)

Job Details:

Part-time/non-exempt STEAM educator at the Paper Discovery Center (up to 28 hours/wk) Specializing in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math Qualifications

  • College degree or 2+ years teaching previous experience in STEAM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) is necessary.
  • Need a valid Driver's License
  • Customer service experience a plus

Full Job Description:

We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time educator to join our growing staff. This position is perfect for anyone who enjoys working with our community and enjoys fostering a love of life-long learning of science. This position will support the education staff and the director of programming. A successful candidate has a strong interest in working with the public, works quickly, efficiently and enthusiastically in an often-high-volume environment and demonstrates flexibility for team support.

Specific Duties Include:

  • Facilitate positive experiences for guests in outdoor and indoor exhibit environments.
  • Fill in for the stage educator, delivering performances for school groups and PDC guests (both live and virtually). Work closely with education team to prepare and present pre-developed science programs
  • Interact with guests and share information regarding exhibits, the outdoor learning center and the River Level maker's space.
  • Perform regular checks to ensure a clean, welcoming, friendly environment for guests in all areas.
  • Provide guests with accurate information concerning prices, programs, directions and other questions.
  • Set up activities, paper lab and stage performance.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Have a background in STEAM subjects in upper-elementary and middle school grades
  • Previous experience teaching in a formal or informal education setting
  • An interest in informal science discovery
  • Have a strong interest in engaging children and adults of all ages through curiosity, discovery, inquiry-based and social learning
  • Possess an enthusiastic and engaging attitude
  • Able to work a flexible schedule including some weekends and occasional evenings
  • Be physically able to be on one’s feet for a up to 6 hours, and lift 30 lbs.
  • Be able to wear a face covering for the entirety of the workday
  • Must be computer literate and use Microsoft Office 365 applications, including TEAMS.

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Gift shop discount
  • Pro-rated holiday pay and sick time

PLEASE SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO CAROL COUILLARD, DIRECTOR OF CONTENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TO CAROL@PAPERDISCOVERYCENTER.ORG.

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LEAVEN, Inc.:  Bilingual Client Resource Advocate (Spanish/English)

Work Schedule: 20 hours/week, Monday-Friday 10am to 2pm 

Mission Statement:  LEAVEN stabilizes and empowers people in financial crisis by providing financial assistance, resource coordination, and case management to address their near-term and long-term basic needs. 

Position Summary:  The Bilingual Client Resource Advocate is responsible for helping Spanish-speaking individuals and families access LEAVEN’s services and navigate internal and external community resources. 

Tasks Responsibilities and Expectations:

Build and maintain trusting relationships by providing timely, professional, culturally competent, and linguistically appropriate services during all steps of an individual’s request for assistance

  • Provide a warm welcome to clients in person and over the phone; schedule appointments; conduct intakes; distribute tangible items (diapers, vouchers, personal hygiene products, etc.)
  • Maintain accurate electronic record of client interactions

Collaborate with LEAVEN staff to ensure the provision of crisis intervention, support and advocacy is coordinated with other community resources

  • Connect clients to community partners within the LEAVEN Community Resource Center
  • Refer clients to external programs and services
  • Assist with the completion of applications for programs for which clients may be eligible
  • Investigate, research, and learn about beneficial community resources
  • Communicate gaps in services and cultural competencies to the Director of Client Services

Develop and maintain effective, professional, and collaborative relationships with others in the community, especially in the Spanish-speaking community

Translate and disseminate resource materials and other literature

Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Fluency, written and oral, in English and Spanish is required
  • Interpersonal and communication skills
  • Analytical and problem-solving abilities
  • Customer-service oriented
  • Team-management skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Self-starter
  • Adaptable and effective learner
  • Proficiency in MS Office applications

How to apply:  Send cover letter and resume to Kathy Dean at Kathy.dean@leavenfoxcities.org or mail to 1475 Opportunity Way, Menasha, WI  54952 by April 30, 2021.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Event Lead

Department:  Sales & Events

Reports to:    Event Coordinators

Status:           Non-Exempt

Hours:           Seasonal, Flexible Hours

Part-Time:     (average 25-35 hrs/week) May through October 

Position Summary:  The Event Lead serves as on-site Garden contact during weddings, receptions, corporate, private and internal events responsible for the successful execution of events.

Core Competencies & Essential Functions

  • Effectively interact with clients (internal & external), caterers, wedding planners, etc. ensuring excellent customer service and a top-quality experience with the Garden.
  • Review and understand all event paperwork prior to event day to ensure seamless execution.
  • Ensures the safe and efficient oversight of events.
  • Ensures all events are set properly, according to contract, and any last minute adjustments are incorporated to the satisfaction of the client.
  • Oversee vendor load-in and load out, including set up, break down and cleanup of the event.
  • Ensures clients, caterers and vendors abide by all Garden policies and through inspection after the event has concluded, reports any and all damages to Events Coordinators.
  • Responsible for the completion of event paperwork, incident reports, and the handling of any other issues pertaining to vendors, the event, safety of individuals attending and the maintenance of the Garden facility from damage.
  • Ensure all visitors entering the Garden for an event are directed to the correct location.
  • Ensure property is secured at the end of all after hour events, including securing buildings, setting alarms, turning power off and locking gates.
  • Performs other duties as requested. 

Qualifications, Skills & Physical Requirements

  • Must be flexible in working hours and environment, as many events are held outdoors requiring evenings and weekends. Primary work schedule is Wednesday-Sunday.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and/or other database programs.
  • Able to work on a team and be the lead in handling challenging situations during an event.
  • Able to remain professional, calm under pressure, and adaptable to a variety of situations.
  • Complete tasks demonstrating attention to detail, accuracy and thoroughness.
  • Positive attitude, dependable and reliable.
  • Position is active indoors and outdoors in all types of weather conditions, and includes lifting (up to 40 pounds), bending, standing, and walking throughout the event.
  • Must be at least 18 years old. 

Standard Work Perks

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden can enjoy the following perks while employed at the Garden:

  • Free daily admission to the Garden and for up to four guests per visit
  • Free passes to ticketed events
  • Discounts on ticketed events
  • 15% discount at the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • 50% off room rentals for a private event

Apply:

Email cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by April 1, 2021. 

Equal Opportunity Employer
Green Bay Botanical Garden provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

Our employees love to perform their work in a team environment that includes our volunteers. We value our connection to the greater northeast Wisconsin Community. We care about and value the diverse talents and ideas each employee brings to Green Bay Botanical Garden. 

Our Mission
Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Government Grant Manager

Position Summary:  Responsible for pre/post award grant accounting; ensuring compliance with funding source administrative guideline, timely receipt of revenue, accurate submission of financial reports, audits, and orderly closure of projects. The incumbent will be responsible for all grant and contract functions: invoicing and revenue calculation, grants receivable and collections monitoring, budgeting and proposal writing support, reporting, site visits, and close-out. The incumbent will also assist in other general accounting activities to include the preparation of the annual operating budget, monthly general ledger reconciliations, timesheets review, other projects and accounting duties as assigned.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Ensure proper set up, documentation and tracking of awarded grants and contracts.
  • Identify and contact stakeholders, prepare agendas, provide project oversight documents and facilitate implementation decisions.
  • Complete regular audits of all budget expenses, and proactively resolve issues. Ensure expenses are correctly allocated as necessary.
  • Provide regular budget versus actual reports at the grant, client and/or project level and proactively communicate with Grant/Contract Leads any compliance issues, spending variances, or other concerns.
  • Assisting with pre-award and post-award grant financial management operations
  • Assisting with payment adjustments, reconciliation and closeout
  • Assisting with administrative and technical support for financial monitoring and grantee training and technical assistance to support recipient compliance with applicable policies and regulations 

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance, or business administration.
  • A minimum of three years of progressively responsible work experience managing the accounting functions in a non-profit agency, or equivalent experience.
  • Minimum of 3 years working with government grants
  • Ability to work with governmental agencies as well as other Boys & Girls Clubs to create best practices for grant processes
  • Clear understanding of Allowable Costs per the Uniform Guidance
  • GAAP understanding of grant revenues and expenses
  • Cash Management skills
  • Thorough knowledge of budgeting and accounting practices, processes and procedures of non-profit organizations.
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Strong organization and analytical skills.
  • Ability to interact professionally with Club staff, Board members, volunteers, and other related agencies.

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

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St. Vincent de Paul:  Mission Services Coordinator - Bilingual (Spanish/English)

Mission Statement: St. Vincent de Paul is a Catholic lay organization that brings people together to grow in spirituality through face-to-face services to our neighbors in need. Our organization focuses on promoting systemic change and reducing poverty. 

Vision Statement: The St. Vincent de Paul Appleton District Council envisions a collective effort to provide sustainable growth, greater diversity and enhance resources to increase awareness to all we serve. 

Accountability: Works with leadership team for project collaboration; responsible to Executive Director

Schedule: Hourly, 40 hours per week; may include minimal weekends and evenings. 

Position Summary: The Mission Services Coordinator provides for the agency’s mission by serving as an access point for people to connect with St. Vincent de Paul Appleton’s (SVdP) services. Responsible for providing quality customer service and compassion to the people that SVdP serves. This person works closely with the Development Director, Benefits and Billing Administrator, Spanish Resource Advocate, Executive Director, store team, and community resources to maximize the assistance provided to people in need, avoid duplicate services, provide support to the Conferences, and spread the word about SVdP’s services, programs and mission.

Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities:

Mission Services

  • Provide assistance to SVdP Appleton Conferences
    • Assist in providing staff support to the conferences of the District Council of Appleton
    • Act as staff coordinator for special events undertaken by district members
    • Provide staff support for the District Council meetings
    • Assist in the recruiting and training of new district members
    • Assist in coordination of the member training programs
    • Foster an environment where those volunteers and members grow spiritually through their service to those in need
  • Coordinate services for those seeking help
    • Connect with people in need to complete intake process for SVdP Conference
    • Connect qualifying individuals with SVdP Conference members and outside services as needed
    • Record all assistance information in Community software
      • Ensure that all SVdP Conference members and partner agencies record accurate information
  • Manage Voucher Program
    • Coordinate with Executive Director, Retail Director, conference members, to establish and maintain voucher program guidelines based on benchmarks provided by other SVdP’s, store sales, and community agencies
    • Update the Voucher Referral form annually and as needed
    • Ensure that SVdP Conferences and partner agencies are following voucher program policies and procedures
    • Follow-up with agencies who are not following program guidelines
    • Maintain and manage a list of all referral agencies for the SVdP Voucher Program
  • Manage bed program
    • Track completed referral forms from Conferences monthly
    • Partner with vendors to ensure accurate invoices and adequate referral forms
  • As needed, generate reports related to financial, voucher, and bed program assistance
  • Continuously expand knowledge and understanding of available community resources
    • Communicate gaps in services and cultural competencies of SVdP and other community organizations to the Executive Director
  • Effectively work with people from a diverse background to assist in reducing cultural and socio-economic barriers for those under-resourced

Office Duties

  • Order store supplies as requested by the Retail Director and/or Store Manager
  • Open all mail and provide to appropriate signees
  • Greet and attend to the needs of customers, neighbors in need, volunteers and staff
  • Answer all phone inquiries by offering pertinent information about the organization, operations, programs, special events, etc., transfer to appropriate staff when needed
  • Maintain a clean, professional and welcoming office space and atmosphere
  • Obtain and distribute organizational and partner promotional materials
  • Assist with marketing and fundraising efforts as needed
    • Assist in the community newsletter and provide quarterly through the distribution list
  • Handle customer or client concerns as appropriate
  • Sign for deliveries and services as needed
  • Assist in philanthropy such as donor relations, social media support, newsletters
  • Establish and maintain long term, professional relationships with staff, volunteers, customers, clients, business partners and vendors
  • Assist and provide support to the leadership team, other staff, volunteers and departments on projects and tasks as needed
  • Inspire and encourage the SVdP team and community by demonstrating and leading with trust and dependency
  • Make sound decisions to promote operational activities and set strategic goals
  • Positively drive change by promoting a friendly and empowering environment.
  • Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  • Assist in store and community events as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Skills:

  • Fluent in Spanish and English (written and oral)
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong computer skills – Microsoft Office, Email, Social Media platforms, typing
  • Outstanding customer service
  • Highly organized
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to multitask and work quickly
  • Problem solver
  • Positive attitude, Dependable, quick learner

How to apply:  Please email a cover letter and resume to Becca Merklein, Executive Director, director@svdpappleton.org

No phone inquiries, please.

Application Deadlne:  April 7, 2021

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The Family Radio Network, Inc.:  Chief Programming Officer and an Assistant Program Director

Position Summary:  The Family Radio Network, Inc. is looking for 2 new staff members to join our team as the Chief Programming Officer and Assistant Program Director! Both positions include drive time on-air shifts. Check out the detailed job postings and apply online. The Family is a network of 5 stations in Wisconsin with 6 translators. Our mission is to broadcast the hope of Jesus Christ to strengthen and encourage listeners. We are made up of broken people ministering to broken people. If you like fostering a culture of servant leadership, coaching, and mentorship, come join us! Help us to continue to broadcast hope, strength and encouragement until Christ returns and turns out the lights in the studio! For more info go to https://www.thefamily.net/careers/current-openings.

How to apply Application & Resumes:

We are unable to consider resumes without an application. Please complete our online application at: TheFamily.net.  Click on Careers. The following must be included to be considered:

  • Cover Letter & Resume
  • Air check
  • Production samples
  • Video of you speaking about something you are passionate about.
  • Brief summary of your programming & music philosophy. 

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin, Inc.:  President & CEO

Position Summary:  The President & CEO is directly accountable to the Board of Directors and is responsible for providing leadership and direction to assist in formulating vision strategy, and policies that successfully guide the organization. The President & CEO co-facilitates all Board meetings and is an ex-officio member of all committees. The President & CEO keeps the Directors informed of affairs and activities of the organization and alerts the Board of changing community needs which may require program and/or budget modification. Moreover, the President & CEO provides leadership and partners closely with the Vice Presidents and other senior staff with preparing the budget, generating required income, maintaining sound fiscal control, and positioning Family Services for future growth. 

The President & CEO will exercise sound judgment in appraising situations, making decisions, and planning and directing work. The President & CEO must ensure the organization is operated in such a manner as to ensure maximum benefit to the clients and the community. Within the guidelines of the organization’s programs, policies, and procedures, the President & CEO is responsible for providing leadership to the organization and has commensurate authority in all aspects of organization administration and operations.

Essential Leadership Responsibilities:

Resource Development and Community Relations 

  • Maintain and enhance relationships with local, county and state agencies.
  • Assure adequate funding for all organization programs from both public and private sources including individuals, foundations, and corporations.
  • Engage in ongoing financial planning, including the preparation of the annual operating budget, grants budgets, and purchase of service agreements.
  • Represent the organization as its official spokesperson to local, state, and national groups.
  • Maintain a strong public presence in a variety of communities.
  • Coordinate with other organizations, officials, and citizens in planning for community services.
  • Cultivate and steward relationships with current and potential major donors.
  • Develop public interest and support in Family Services; understand and articulate the objectives and benefits of exceptional community social services.
  • Create and maintain meaningful relationships with diverse internal and external stakeholders.

Programs, Services, and Operations

  • Oversee the work of various programs for the effective and efficient operation of the organization.
  • Champion an organizational climate and culture which attracts, retains, and motivates a diverse and high-quality team.
  • Oversee the implementation of the management information system that satisfies the organization’s informational needs.
  • Work closely with direct reports to determine personnel requirements; Responsible for employment and engagement of all staff.
  • Provide for a formalized comprehensive and effective staff development program to assure continued development of each employee.
  • Establish sound supervisory practices, including ongoing and periodic evaluation.
  • Direct efforts at systematic data collection to evaluate program’s impact.
  • Partner with other community data gathering efforts that could impact families and the organization programs.
  • Actively listen to assess the needs of the community and its stakeholders and communicate accurate information concerning process, plans, and procedures.
  • Keep abreast of current trends, and innovations in the field, as well as relevant public policy and legislative developments.

Board Leadership and Governance 

  • Give guidance to, and work cooperatively with, the Board of Directors to assist in the implementation of a comprehensive development program.
  • Assure that organizational goals, objectives, and activities are established, reviewed by the Board, and are consistent with evolving community needs.
  • Maintain and monitor internal fiscal controls and submit required reports to the Board.

Position Qualifications:

  • Considerable knowledge of the current social and economic challenges and the way they impact individuals and families.
  • Demonstrated understanding of working relationship with governmental, state, and federal contracts and entities.
  • Ability to create collaborations and partnerships that advance the mission.
  • Strategic, forward thinker with the capacity to forecast opportunities and trends.
  • Extensive knowledge of current administrative practices and procedures, budgeting and fiscal management, public administration, and personnel management.
  • Demonstrated progressive leadership experience and successful management of a high performing team.
  • Undergraduate degree required and advanced degree preferred

Instructions for Applicants:

Please email all items below, combined into one document, to FSNEW@leadingtransitions.com no later than 5:00 p.m. CT on April 14, 2021:

  1.  A letter describing your qualifications for this President & CEO position, including your specific interest in Family Services’ mission and a description of your salary parameters; addressed to:

Mindy Lubar Price Leading Transitions LLC, 1345 North Jefferson St., Suite 350, Milwaukee, WI 53202

2. A detailed and updated resume; and

3. The names of, your relationship to, and contact information for, three professional references.

Please note: References and background checks will subsequently be performed, with candidate’s permission; All inquiries and interactions with potential candidates are kept in strict confidence. 

Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy that all employment decisions be based on merit, qualifications, and competence. Our employment practices (including, but not limited to hiring, promotions, transfers, layoffs, job evaluations, compensation, and benefits) shall not be influenced or affected by applicants’ or employee’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

Leading Transitions is committed to the future vitality of nonprofit, philanthropic and community- centered organizations. The practice has been refined to provide the flexibility necessary to adapt to the intricacies and dynamics of any organization. To learn more about what our firm has to offer, please visit: http://leadingtransitions.com/

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NAMI Fox Valley:  Iris Place Peer Companion - Overnight Shift

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

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

Primary Responsibility and Accountability

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

Major Position Functions

Peer Companions are responsible for duties including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Providing peer support and advocacy to callers and guests
  • Being knowledgeable about the programs and services offered by NAMI Fox Valley, as well as other programs and services in the community, and assisting peers in accessing and connecting with resources.
  • Screening potential guests and overseeing guest registration and checkout
  • Supporting guests in working toward their Wellness Vision and goals/wants/needs for their stay
  • Following and maintaining the values, policies, and procedures of Iris Place
  • Maintaining accurate records of activities, including outcome data
  • Other duties as assigned

 Shift Coverage

The individual in this position typically will be responsible for covering 3 eight-hour shifts per week (may include weekends and holidays), typically the 8 pm-4 am shift. The individual also will be responsible for attending twice monthly staff meetings and other meetings and trainings. The individual also may be asked to cover additional peer companion shifts as the need arises. 

Qualifications

  • Identify with lived experience with mental-health and/or substance-use challenges and be willing to utilize their lived experience in providing peer support.
  • Possess deep knowledge and experience with peer support. Certification as a Peer Specialist preferred.
  • Positive philosophy toward wellness and recovery.
  • Demonstrated ability to approach and support individuals through intentional listening, compassion, and understanding/knowledge of the mental health system and community resources.
  • Ability to work effectively and handle multiple concurrent tasks and projects with minimal supervision.
  • Possess excellent customer service skills. Be able to professionally present self and maintain positive relationships through both internal and external communication.
  • Ability to work with a variety of individuals.
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior, cultural awareness and ability to build trust and rapport in all activities involving individuals of diverse backgrounds.
  • Follow the Wisconsin Certified Peer Specialist Code of Ethics.
  • Possess basic computer skills including word processing, data entry and e-mail, and Internet.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 15 pounds.

Preferred (NOT required) Peer Support Experience

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

 Values

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

Our Values:

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

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.

How to apply:

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Paula Verrett, Iris Place Program Director, at paula@namifoxvalley.org. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. We hope to place someone in this role by late March 2021.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Events Assistant

DEPARTMENT:             Sales and Events

REPORTS TO:              Director of Sales & Events

STATUS:                       Non-exempt-40 hrs/week

Position Summary:  To provide support to the Sales and Events Department, with an emphasis on social and corporate events and Garden hosted special events to further departmental goals and the mission of Green Bay Botanical Garden. 

CORE COMPETENCIES & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Assist with the execution of private events and coordinating vendors.
  2. Prepare rental contracts and process payments.
  3. Create event layouts, enter event details into event management software, create signage and communicate setup details to Custodial and Event Setup Supervisor.
  4. Ensure that all events are set properly, according to contract, and any last minute adjustments are incorporated to the satisfaction of the client.
  5. Set up and break down audio/visual equipment for events, programs, and rentals.
  6. Set up and break down tables, chairs, and event equipment if needed in the absence of the custodial and event setup team.
  7. Assist events staff with garden clubs and group tours from contracts, payments and hospitality needs.
  8. Oversee the Garden’s internal meeting booking process, data entry of special event in-kind donations and complimentary tickets process.
  9.  Support functions related to special events at the Garden.
  10. Ensure clients, caterers and vendors abide by all Green Bay Botanical Garden policies and through inspection, upon conclusion of the event, report any and all damage.
  11. Assist beverage staff with bar set-ups when needed prior to, during, and at the conclusion of events.
  12. Do Garden event shopping as requested.
  13. performs other duties as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Associates degree or high school diploma with one year event coordination experience.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and/or other database programs; catering software knowledge a plus.
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Positive attitude, dependable, reliable and desire to serve the public.
  • Ideal candidate will be resourceful and enthusiastic with a passion for their work and engaging with others to provide excellent customer service. 
  • Able to work as a team yet be the lead in handling challenging situations during an event.
  • Standing 4 or more hours; lifting and hauling of materials up to 40 pounds is required.
  • Must be flexible in working hours and environment. Working weekends to assist with events is required.
  • Must have a vehicle.
  • Desire to work in a mission-based environment.

 STANDARD BENEFITS:

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden have access to a competitive benefits package:

  • Health insurance coverage (30-40 hours/week)
  • Life insurance (full-time and part-time; N/A for seasonal or contracted employees)
  • Retirement Plan/401(K) (available to enroll after six months or 1,000 hours)

STANDARD WORK PERKS:

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden can enjoy the following perks:

  • Free daily admission to the Garden and for up to four guests per visit
  • Free passes to ticketed events
  • Discounts on ticketed events
  • 15% discount at the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • 50% off room rentals for a private event

Apply:  Email cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by March 26, 2021. 

Equal Opportunity Employer
Green Bay Botanical Garden provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

Our employees love to perform their work in a team environment that includes our volunteers. We value our connection to the greater northeast Wisconsin Community. We care about and value the diverse talents and ideas each employee brings to Green Bay Botanical Garden. 

Our Mission
Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Barback & Bartender (Part-time)

REPORTS TO:            Beverage Events Coordinator

DEPARTMENT:          Sales & Events Department

STATUS:                      Non-Exempt

HOURS:                      Up to 20 hours per week May-October & December

Position Summary:  The Barback will support the Beverage Event Coordinator and Bartenders, by organizing the delivery, storage and set up of the bar area prior to events.  Bartender will serve drinks to Garden event attendees. 

Core Competencies & Essential Functions

  1. Cleaning, putting away and organizing liquor room, beer storage area, wine storage and dry goods area based on weekly deliveries.
  2. Assist with setting up beverage service for internal/external events.
  3. Assist with pick-up of bar and beverage supplies at local vendors.
  4. Handle preparation of bar products.
  5. Replenish bar with needs before, during and after beverage service.
  6. Employing good safety and sanitation practices.
  7. Perform clean up duties to maintain the quality appearance of the work area, including cleaning equipment.
  8. Greet each guest and nurture outstanding customer service.
  9. Ensure compliance of the Garden’s cash handling policy at all times.
  10. Accurately and efficiently complete all sale transactions and maintain proper cash drawer accountabilities.
  11. Handle set-up, break down and clean-up of assigned POS terminal.
  12. Properly record all transactions via the point of sale system and confirm order and inform guests of the amounts owed, process payments and determine correct change for guests.
  13. Handle all preparation of bar products, mixing ingredients, and serving drinks.
  14. Acquaint guest with items for sale and use proper selling techniques.
  15. Serve alcoholic beverages responsibly, requests identification, and adhere to all alcohol service policies and procedures.
  16. Other tasks as assigned.

 Qualifications, Skills & Physical Requirements

  1. Must be 21 or older.
  2. Carry and lift items up to 50 pounds, utilize a ladder and standing for long periods of time.
  3. Knowledge of and a minimum of six months experience in bartending.
  4. Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and verbal communication skills.
  5. Attention to detail and math skills essential.
  6. Must be able to interact with the public in a confident and professional manner.
  7. Demonstrate excellent listening and clear speaking skills.
  8. Position is active indoors and outdoors in all types of weather conditions.
  9.  This is a physical and demanding position
  10. A qualified candidate must have a valid driver’s license with a vehicle.
  11. Must obtain and maintain a current ServSafe Certification and hold a valid bartending license for City of Green Bay.
  12. Position requires afternoons, nights and weekends.

 Apply

  • Email cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by March 26, 2021. 

Standard Work Perks

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden can enjoy the following perks:

  • Free daily admission to the Garden and for up to four guests per visit
  • Free passes to ticketed events
  • Discounts on ticketed events
  • 15% discount at the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • 50% off room rentals for a private event

 Equal Opportunity Employer

Green Bay Botanical Garden provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

Our employees love to perform their work in a team environment that includes our volunteers. We value our connection to the greater northeast Wisconsin Community. We care about and value the diverse talents and ideas each employee brings to Green Bay Botanical Garden.

Our Mission
Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.

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Pillars, Inc.:  Shelter Client Advocate 2nd Shift (Part-time)

What is the position?

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 services to members of our community experiencing homelessness. The Shelter Client Advocate is part of a team that provide services in a shelter setting. This Part-Time Shelter Client Advocate could work between 10 and 30 hours per week on 2nd shift at the Pillars Adult Shelter. 

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

  • Has passion for the mission of Pillars and displays agency values: Respect, Collaboration, Empowerment and Grit.
  • 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
  • Other duties as assigned

 What are the requirements?

  • High school diploma or GED required; post-secondary education in Human Services field is preferred.
  • Experience working with, or knowledge of, people facing mental health struggles and/or challenges with addictions.
  • Valid driver’s license is preferred.
  • This position requires candidates to be available to work between 2:00pm – 12:00am, 2-5 shifts per week, various days of the week.  Weekend availability is required.

Compensation

The compensation for this Part-Time, position is $12.14 per hour.  

To Apply:  The deadline to apply is Tuesday, March 16, 2021 by Noon. 

To apply, send resume and cover letter to TMelzl@pillarsinc.org    

Or mail: Tracy Melzl, Human Resources Assistant, Pillars, Inc, 605 E. Hancock St, Appleton, WI  54911 

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

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House of Hope Green Bay, Inc.:  Advocate

We are looking to add passionate staff to our team. The Advocate position is responsible for implementing various program components of House of Hope. This includes teaching and coaching residents on independent living skills, engaging residents and their children in various activities, and providing parenting support, education, and direct care as needed. They are also responsible for some office duties and light housekeeping. The ideal candidate will have passion and enthusiasm for working with people. 

Job Type: Full-time 

Pay: From $12.40 per hour

How to apply:

Send resume at cover letter to info@houseofhopegb.org or

apply online at:

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?cmp=House-of-Hope-Green-Bay%2C-Inc.&t=Advocate&jk=70023cbd1d209a39&sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvfaJ

Application deadline: 5/1/2021

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House of Hope Green Bay, Inc.:  Case Manager

Job Summary:  The Case Manager will be responsible for the delivery of House of Hope programs and services to Clients in the House of Hope Emergency Shelter, Hope Center, and Housing Stability programs. House of Hope Case Managers ensure that Clients are provided the best opportunity to be successful upon exit.

Hours:  Full-time, hourly position. The ability to work flexible hours is necessary. Primarily works from 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm Monday-Friday. Some weekends and holidays will be required to ensure adequate and proper program development and delivery for successful Client outcomes.

 Essential Duties:

 Provides case management activities, meetings, and case plan oversight as directed. Works with staff to ensure effective planning, implementation, administration, and evaluation of direct Client programs and services. Ensures high-quality opportunities for the advancement and success of young mothers and their children in the areas of parenting, education, employment, and stable housing are provided regularly. 

  • Screen Clients for intake following program eligibility and relevant governing legislation/criteria.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with caseworkers from local agencies.
  • Implement programming based on current needs.
  • Develop, supervise, and monitor case plans.
  • Maintain case notes, incident reports, agency contacts, etc. in accordance with House of Hope policy and procedure and relevant governing legislation/criteria.
  • Participate in staffing information with the team to ensure residents and clients are meeting their goals.
  • Provide a safe, healthy, and efficient environment in the emergency shelter.
  • Provide crisis intervention as necessary.
  • Assist with the implementation and on-going maintenance of outcomes measurement.
  • Propose program modifications in response to Client and community needs.
  • Assist with tours, public speaking, and presentations to the community.
  • Attend training and community meetings as assigned.
  • Perform all other duties which may be assigned.

Education and Experience Requirements: 

  • A degree in social work, psychology, human services, human development, or related field is required.
  • Experience in providing direct services to persons of varied backgrounds is required.
  • Strong knowledge of local housing programs and low-income community resources is preferred. 

Ideal candidates will understand how to make ethical decisions and create professional boundaries to provide the best care. Appropriate interpersonal and communication skills in working with diverse clientele is required. Demonstrated ability to lead and coach case manager interns in best practices are preferred. Must be organized and able to work well in a busy environment with frequent interruptions and be able to work effectively as a part of a team. Must have the ability to maintain flexible work hours to be available when clients are able to meet. Must have a valid driver's license for the State of Wisconsin.

Typical physical and mental demands: 

Requires sitting, standing, bending, and reaching. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a computer and standard office equipment. Requires hearing within normal range and vision correctable to 20/20 to read communications, reports, and computer terminals. 

Must be able to analyze many variables and choose the most effective course of action for clients and/or the organization at any given point in time. Must be able to communicate and provide verbal feedback in a professional manner. Must be able to analyze the causes of interpersonal conflicts and resolve complex communications issues. Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflict, and make effective decisions independently. Ability to give, receive, and analyze information, formulate plans, prepare written materials, and articulate goals and action plans. Must handle novel and diverse work problems daily. Must be able to perform arithmetic calculations involving fractions, decimals, and percentages. 

This position description should not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The employee may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and other tasks than those stated in this description.

How to apply:

Send resume and cover letter to info@houseofhopegb.org or

Apply online at:

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?cmp=House-of-Hope-Green-Bay%2C-Inc.&t=Case+Manager&jk=5a19e9da1da17f0d&sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9j

Application deadline: 05/01/2021

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Events Intern

Department:  Sales & Events

Reports to:     Director of Sales & Events

Status:           Non-Exempt

Hours:            40 hours in summer, 10-20 hours in spring & fall

POSITION SUMMARY:  Assist Special Events Coordinator to carry out events and activities designed to give guests an exceptional experience. Assist Sales & Rental Coordinators to be the on-site Garden contact and be responsible for the successful execution of weddings, receptions, corporate, private and internal events. 

CORE COMPETENCIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Assist with planning, organizing, prioritizing & executing the Garden’s special fundraising events and activities; duties to include mailings, signage, reservations, solicitations for donations, maintaining inventory of event products and coordination of hospitality for entertainment.
  2. Effectively interact with clients (internal & external), caterers, wedding planners, etc. ensuring excellent customer service and a top-quality experience with the Garden.
  3. Review and understand all event paperwork prior to event day to ensure seamless execution.
  4. Ensure the safe and efficient oversight of events.
  5. Ensure that all events are set properly, according to contract, and any last-minute adjustments are incorporated to the satisfaction of the client.
  6. Oversee vendor load-in and out, including set up, break down and cleanup of the event.
  7. Ensure clients, caterers and vendors abide by all Green Bay Botanical Garden policies and through inspection after the event has concluded, reports any and all damage.
  8. Responsible for the completion of event paperwork, incident reports, and the handling of any other issues pertaining to vendors, the event, safety of individuals attending and the maintenance of the Garden facility from damage.
  9. Ensure all visitors entering the Garden for an event are directed to the correct location.
  10. Ensure property is secured at the end of all after hour events, including securing buildings, setting alarms, turning power off and locking gates.
  11. Performs other duties as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Enrolled in a high-level education degree or certificate in event planning, marketing, public relations or non-profit management.
  • Must be flexible in working hours and environment, as many events are held outdoors requiring evenings and weekends. Primary working schedule is Tuesday-Saturday.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and/or other database programs.
  • Excellent written, verbal & interpersonal skills with sincere desire to serve the public.
  • Complete tasks demonstrating attention to detail, accuracy and thoroughness.
  • Dependable, reliable and team player.
  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Must be physically able to stand, kneel, or walk for extended periods of time, lift up to 20 lbs. and work outside in all types of weather conditions.
  • Experience working within a non-profit environment and/or using community resources is a plus.

STANDARD WORK PERKS:

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden can enjoy the following perks:

  • Free daily admission to the Garden and for up to four guests per visit
  • Free passes to ticketed events
  • Discounts on ticketed events
  • 15% discount at the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • 50% off room rentals for a private event
  • Upon completion of internship, receive a 1-year membership or 4 tickets to WPS Garden of Lights

Apply:  Email cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by March 8, 2021.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Green Bay Botanical Garden provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

Our employees love to perform their work in a team environment that includes our volunteers. We value our connection to the greater northeast Wisconsin Community. We care about and value the diverse talents and ideas each employee brings to Green Bay Botanical Garden. 

Our Mission

Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Guest Experience Associate

Department:    Guest Experience

Reports to:     Guest Experience Manager

Status:             Non-Exempt, Part-Time

Hours:             Primarily weekend and evening hours; sporadic or no hours during the winter months; 10-25 hours per week from approximately May – December 31 (potential for full time hours during the summer, pending availability)

Position Summary:

Provide coverage for daily operations of buildings and grounds during weekdays, weekends and extended hours, and support special event activities as needed. Maintain general appearance, ambiance & functionality of Visitor/Education Center. Enable the Garden to reach its mission to serve all people in the community through year-round educational and recreational experiences. 

Core Competencies & Essential Functions:

  1. Provide Guest Experience Coverage:
  • Open & close Garden grounds and Visitor/Education Center buildings.
  • Act as source of Garden information for members, visitors, vendors and volunteers.
  • Welcome and direct guests and vendors, answer phones and direct calls to the proper   department/staff.
  • Process sales transactions through our POS system, including admissions, memberships and gift shop purchases.
  • Open & close cash register, reconcile daily cash register sales.
  • Serve as a Garden ambassador, promote memberships, classes & volunteer opportunities.
  • Supervise volunteer greeters to assist with customer service needs.
  • Monitor the gift shop.
  • Maintain general appearance, ambiance and functionality of the Visitor/Education Center, including restocking restroom products and touch up cleaning as needed.
  • Ensure visitor safety and security.

2. Cross-train and assist with servicing private events, rentals and special events.

3. Assist in projects from other departments as requested.

4. Continually recommend improvements for greater operation efficiency.

5. Ensure guests and volunteers follow Garden rules and policies.

6. Perform other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications, Skills & Physical Requirements:

  • Certificate or Associate degree and 2-3 years related customer service experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Experience operating a P.O.S. system, handling cash and credit transactions.
  • Possess a high level of interpersonal skills and superior communication skills – able to speak and write clearly, listen and get clarification when necessary, and work will with a variety of personality styles.
  • Comfortable managing a wide variety of concurrent responsibilities with an accommodating style.
  • Able to quickly grasp POS systems, various software and front desk operations.
  • Able to work independently, problem-solve and make necessary decisions using sound judgment.
  • Demonstrate strong attention to detail, accurate and thorough in task completion.
  • Flexible and willing to adapt to change.
  • Possess proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office.
  • Willing to be outdoors for short periods of time in all types of weather and able to operate golf cart (or willing to learn).
  • Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.
  • Experience working within a non-profit environment and/or using community resources is a plus.
  • Gardening knowledge a plus.
  • Bilingual - Spanish applicants are encouraged to apply, wage premium offered. 

Standard Work Perks:

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden can enjoy the following perks:

  • Free daily admission to the Garden for up to four guests per visit
  • Free passes to ticketed events
  • Discounts on ticketed events
  • 15% discount at the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • 50% off room rentals for a private event

Apply:  Email completed application, cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org. Applications accepted on a rolling basis and associates are hired as needed. 

Equal Opportunity Employer

Green Bay Botanical Garden provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

Our employees love to perform their work in a team environment that includes our volunteers. We value our connection to the greater northeast Wisconsin Community. We care about and value the diverse talents and ideas each employee brings to Green Bay Botanical Garden. 

Our Mission

Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Guest Experience Manager

DEPARTMENT:            Guest Experience

REPORTS TO:             Director of Education and Guest Experience

STATUS:                       Exempt

HOURS:                       Full-time, 40 hours

POSITION SUMMARY:   The Guest Experience Manager oversees the operations of the Guest Experience department and the Gift Shop, positioning the Garden to provide exceptional customer service to guests, members, volunteers and donors to move the Garden forward on its mission to connect people and plants. The primary focus is ensuring a friendly and efficient Guest Experience operation and providing administrative support for all other departments. This position will spend 10-15 hours directly serving customers and 25-30 hours performing administrative duties weekly. 

CORE COMPETENCIES & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Manage Guest Experience Associates and Gift Shop Coordinator, including seasonal, intern and volunteer workforce (3-6 staff)
  • Develop and implement a training program for seasonal and permanent Guest Experience staff
  • Hire, train, supervise, schedule and administer annual performance reviews of Guest Experience, Gift Shop and, as appropriate, volunteer staff
  • Participate in decision-making process regarding admissions prices, special pricing programs, partnerships with other non-profits, and other decisions as needed
  • Manage donation and ticket requests for area non-profits, including the Garden’s non-profit tickets for special events
  • Oversee the opening and closing processes of the front desk and maintain control over the register(s) start-up cash, including processing change orders as needed
  • Participate in Blackbaud Altru (the Garden’s software for POS, ticketing, membership, etc.) trainings and update webinars, share updates with affected staff 
  • Assist in managing staff workload, including special projects requested by other departments
  • Assist other departments as needed:
    • Marketing department in efforts by obtaining zip codes, e-mail addresses, etc.
    • Development department as a backup for membership entry and processing
    • Sales department by processing payments received from guests for their events
    • Volunteer department with volunteer check-in and tracking
  • Oversee registrar duties (on-line ticketing, class and event registrations, etc.)
  • Update and communicate the GBBG Emergency Procedures to staff as needed
  • Serve on the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility (IDEA) Committee
  • Manage all communications related to Garden classes & events and disseminate to Guest Experience and appropriate volunteer staff for reference
  • Monitor the info@gbbg.org emails and respond/forward as appropriate
  • Oversee programming of phone system and all interior Guest Experience signage and rack brochures
  • Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

 

  • Certificate or Associate degree and 2-3 years related management and customer service experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience operating and programming a POS system, including handling cash and credit transactions
  • Possess high level of interpersonal skills and superior communication skills – able to speak and write clearly and concisely, listen and get clarification
  • Comfortable managing a wide variety of concurrent responsibilities with an accommodating style in a fast-paced environment
  • Able to work independently, problem-solve and make necessary decisions using sound judgment
  • Demonstrate strong attention to detail, accurate and thorough in task completion
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office and Outlook, comfortable learning new technology, Blackbaud Altru knowledge a plus
  • Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds
  • Experience working within a non-profit environment and/or using community resources, and/or gardening knowledge is a plus 

STANDARD BENEFITS:

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden have access to a competitive benefits package:

  • Health and dental insurance coverage
  • Life insurance
  • Retirement Plan/401(K) (available to enroll after six months or 1,000 hours)

 STANDARD WORK PERKS:

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden can enjoy the following perks:

  • Free daily admission to the Garden and up to four guests per visit
  • Free passes to ticketed events
  • Discounts on ticketed events
  • 15% discount at the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • 50% off room rentals for a private event, subject to availability

 To apply: Email completed application, cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by March 12, 2021.

 Equal Opportunity Employer

Green Bay Botanical Garden provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

Our employees love to perform their work in a team environment that includes our volunteers. We value our connection to the greater northeast Wisconsin Community. We care about and value the diverse talents and ideas each employee brings to Green Bay Botanical Garden.

Our Mission

Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Education Coordinator

DEPARTMENT:              Education

REPORTS TO:              Director of Education and Guest Experience

STATUS:                       Non-Exempt

HOURS:                       Full-Time, 40 Hours/Week, including some nights and weekends

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Education Coordinator is responsible for maintaining and advancing educational opportunities for children, families and adults to fulfill the mission of Green Bay Botanical Garden to connect people with plants. This position is responsible for planning and leading children & family programs, coordinating

adult programs to be taught by outside experts, and collaborating with other departments to promote these programs. This position will also coordinate and lead educational programming with schools, day cares and community groups. 

CORE COMPETENCIES & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Develop educational programs, drop-in activities and events, including creating new and improving existing curriculum, and recruit new class instructors
  2. Promote, schedule and evaluate tours and outreach programs for schools, daycares and community groups
  3. Lead scheduled school, adult and day care tours, and family classes including summer day camps, story time and gardening activities
  4. Assist in the management of volunteers and interns to implement programs, including training and scheduling
  5. Administer programs including class registrations, set up, check in and evaluation
  6. Participate in the design and programming planning and implementation for the Children’s Garden Expansion
  7. Collaborate with marketing to plan for educational content for interpretive signs, blogs & social posts, assist in writing and producing content
  8. Assist Education Manager in the development and management of the education department budget
  9. Work with Education Manager in developing the educational components of special Garden-wide exhibits
  10. Serve on the Garden’s Sustainability Committee
  11. Maintain adult and children’s lending libraries
  12. Attend and assist with Garden events as requested, including WPS Garden of Lights in the winter
  13. Fulfills administrative duties as assigned
  14. Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in horticulture, education, environmental education, interpretation, environmental science or related field, with at least 2 years of experience with curriculum writing, program development and leading programs for a variety of ages, or equivalent combination of education and experience
  2. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills, including public speaking, with a sincere desire to serve the public
  3. Organizational skills and computer skills, including but not limited to: database management, MS Office, general computer knowledge
  4. Must be flexible in working hours and environment, as many events are held outdoors and evenings and weekends are required on occasion.
  5. Must be physically able to stand, kneel or walk for extended periods of time, lift up to 20 lbs. and work outside in all types of weather conditions. 

STANDARD BENEFITS:

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden have access to a competitive benefits package:

  • Health and dental insurance coverage
  • Life insurance
  • Retirement Plan/401(K) (available to enroll after six months or 1,000 hours) 

STANDARD WORK PERKS:

Employees at Green Bay Botanical Garden can enjoy the following perks:

  • Free daily admission to the Garden and for up to four guests per visit
  • Free passes to ticketed events
  • Discounts on ticketed events
  • 15% discount at the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • 50% off room rentals for a private event, subject to availability 

To apply: Email completed application, cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by March 12, 2021.   

Equal Opportunity Employer

Green Bay Botanical Garden provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

Our employees love to perform their work in a team environment that includes our volunteers. We value our connection to the greater northeast Wisconsin Community. We care about and value the diverse talents and ideas each employee brings to Green Bay Botanical Garden. 

Our Mission

Green Bay Botanical Garden connects people with plants by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences for everyone in an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.

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Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley, Inc.: Therapist (Full-time)

Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley, Inc. is fully licensed with the State of WI as an outpatient mental health and AODA clinic. We connect mind and spirit so individuals, families, organizations and communities thrive. 

Samaritan Counseling Center was founded in 1970 and is located in Menasha, WI. We specialize in integrating spirituality and faith in psychotherapy. Samaritan Counseling Center views your spirit as integral to your emotional healing and growth. 

We are seeking a full-time (1.0 FTE) licensed Mental Health Therapist to join our professional team.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide professional counseling services that meet and/or exceed performance expectations and aligned with best practice and standards as an LPC, LMFT, or LCSW.
  • Maintain electronic clinical records in accordance to State of Wisconsin and agency's policies and procedures.
  • Collaborate with administrative staff to setup and collect appropriate fees for services provided.
  • Provide after-hours crisis services as assigned.
  • Work collaboratively with staff colleagues, consultants, and referring professionals.
  • Actively participate in the development of the agency's referral network.
  • Participate in clinical staffing and case consultations, staff retreats, and other team building activities.
  • Participate in the agency's programs of education, consultation, and community relations.
  • Perform other tasks as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Ability and desire to work in a cohesive and collaborative team.
  • Mastery of a coherent theory and practice of therapy.
  • Ability to use the language and methodology of differential diagnosis and familiarity with the contributions of various diagnostic tests.
  • Ability to relate the contributions of various disciplines to the therapeutic task and to make appropriate use of inter-professional collaboration.
  • Ability to integrate spiritual beliefs and practices with the therapeutic process.
  • Must be able to work effectively with religious leaders, congregations, and other community sponsors and resource persons.
  • Understanding of the dynamics of spiritual experiences and the implications for psychotherapy.
  • Ability and willingness to develop and cultivate his/her own caseload by representing the agency in the community and relating to referral sources.
  • Ability to establish and maintain appropriate personal and professional relationships and boundaries both within and outside the agency.
  • An appreciation of the integration of spirituality and faith in relationships with colleagues and clients.

Requirements:

  • Graduation from an accredited or state-approved program with a master's or doctoral degree in counseling, clinical psychology, or social work.
  • Current licensure in good standing in Wisconsin as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor, or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
  • One-three years of experience in providing counseling services and treatment plans.
  • Outpatient mental health services experience highly desirable.
  • Bilingual Spanish/English highly desirable.

Benefits: 

  • Health Insurance Dental/Vision/Short Term Disability Company paid life insurance Voluntary Life Insurance HSA/FSA/DFSA
  • 27 Paid days off 1st year
  • Rolling PTO system earned per pay period immediately EAP
  • Discounted YMCA membership Job 
  • Pay: $40,000.00 - $55,000.00 per year

How to apply:

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?cmp=The-Samaritan-Counseling-Center-of-the-Fox-Valley,-Inc.&t=Therapist&jk=cc710980df46c3ad&q=therapist&vjs=3

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Reach Counseling Services, Inc.:  Billing Specialist/Office Assistant (Part-time)

Summary:  Our Mission: Healing lives and transforming communities by improving access to mental health services through an integrated system of prevention, response and treatment grounded in an understanding of trauma and abuse. 

Reach Counseling provides mental health care committed to the understanding of and response to emotional, sexual and physical abuse. 

As a trauma-specific outpatient clinic, we:

  • Offer a safe and secure environment for all clients and staff.
  • Provide evidence-based, best practices in treatment and response.
  • Evaluate and transform internal organizational policies and practices.
  • Engage in community outreach, collaboration and partnership building.
  • Respond through a culturally sensitive lens recognizing diverse values, beliefs and histories implicit to experiencing trauma. 

The Billing Specialist/Administrative Assistant is an integral internal role demanding high integrity, responsibility, excellence, competence and confidentiality, as well as the ability to work in a professional manner. The responsibilities include but are not limited to managing billing with a third party billing software provider, working directly with therapists and clients, and assisting with mail and phone tasks. Please see below for more information. 

Hourly, part time-up to 24 hours/week

Job Duties:

  • Faxes explanation of benefits to Procentive (third-party billing software)
  • Analyzes explanation of benefits to ensure that insurance payments are accurate
  • Contacts insurance companies for various client related reasons (checks on details for clients, denials, etc.)
  • Verifies insurance information is entered and billed correctly
  • Posts client payments into Procentive, dates payments and files
  • Prints monthly billing statements, highlights due dates, and writes overdue payment letters as appropriate
  • Tracks incoming mail and payments
  • Processes monthly credit card payments that are established with clients on dates specified
  • Manages credentialing requirements for therapists
  • Answers phones and routes calls as appropriate
  • Completes phone intakes
  • Files client paperwork
  • Completes record requests
  • Utilizes a scanner, printer, and credit card machine
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, Microsoft Office, third-party billing software and any other programs that are deemed necessary to perform daily duties
  • Communicates with clients about billing issues or concerns (comfortable approaching clients with overdue accounts)
  • Supports and promotes the mission and cultural values of the organization
  • Complies with HIPAA rules and regulations
  • Maintains regular communication with Office Manager and other department leaders
  • Maintains regular communication with Procentive (third party biller), insurance companies, and clients

Essential Skills:

  • Previous experience working with insurance companies
  • Three or more years working in an office setting
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Willingness to learn new softwares and databases
  • Excellent computer skills with proficiency in a variety of programs, especially Microsoft Excel
  • Strong organization and analytical skills, self-sufficient
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Personable
  • Possesses a high degree of personal integrity and confidentiality
  • Ability to work professionally and effectively with many internal and external relationships
  • Communicates effectively in both oral and written form, internal and external
  • Mathematical ability: ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide
  • Conscientious with attention to detail

Environment & Working Conditions:

Reach Counseling Services, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Staff collaboration is part of the culture. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to move throughout the building and operate a variety of office equipment. Flexible hours available with the ability to work up to 40 hours if needed for office coverage.

Position Measurements:

  • Upholding our cultural values: Respect, Empowerment, Accountability, Collaboration, and Healing
  • Accuracy, thoroughness and attention to detail
  • Timeliness, ability to meet deadlines, ability to communicate and work well with others
  • Ability to generate necessary reports and documentation
  • Self-directed, disciplined, confidential and operates with high integrity 

Send all inquiries with a cover letter, cv/resume and three references to Laurie Heimann,Office Manager/Financial Manager, laurie@reachcounseling.com

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Covey:  Personal Caregiver (Part-time, 2nd Shift)

Come join our growing team at Covey!  We are looking for kind, caring, and compassionate workers who want to make a difference. No experience needed; you will have paid training!

We are hiring for part time caregiver positions on 2nd shift to work in our Appleton & Oshkosh locations. Your hours will be between 3-11PM including some weekends. Your hours will average up to 19 hours a week. 

What you will be doing:

  • Leading fun activities like games, basketball, working out, arts & crafts, baking, walks and much more!
  • Providing personal cares including toileting, bathing, feeding.
  • Help clients take medication.
  • Completing daily documentation of activities.

 We Offer Some Pretty Great Benefits, They Include:

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

 Desired Experience & Qualifications:

  • Customer Service
  • Works Well in a Team
  • Desire to Make a Difference
  • Having Strong Ethics
  • At least 18 years old

We provide on-the-job training:

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

Apply with us by going directly to our website at www.covey.org/careers.  If you have any questions, please contact Nikki in HR by texting 920-252-4886 or calling 920-292-1124.

We are an equal Opportunity Employer.

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Covey:  Caregiving Supervisor

Come join our growing team at Covey! As a non-profit organization, our employees make a difference in our client's lives every day. Covey's vision is "The world embraces individuals with disabilities for who they are."

This position will be supervising our program staff in our Respite Care locations in Appleton and Oshkosh.

Responsibilities:

  • Leadership - Leading a growing team, training of staff, performance management, and creating employee work schedules.
  • Support staff and give guidance in problem solving.
  • Anticipate and plan for staffing needs, including interviewing candidates.
  • Caregiving - Stepping in as needed and helping with client cares, activities, cooking, and everyday responsibilities. We will train the right candidate!
  • Work collaboratively with families, clients staff, caregivers, guardians, and case managers to develop, monitor, review and update the ISP (Individualized Service Plan) for each client when necessary.
  • Promote an environment conducive to a safe and healthy lifestyle and promote involvement of participants in house and community activities. 

Benefits:

We Offer Some Pretty Great Benefits, They Include:

  • Competitive Wages
  • Medical & Dental- employer paid family premiums paid at 80%
  • Vision Insurance
  • Retirement Plan & Company Match
  • Paid Time Off - starts accruing immediately!
  • Paid Holidays
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Paid Training
  • Wear Jeans to Work

Experience:

  • 2+ years of experience in a successful leadership role
  • Ability to problem solve, handle multiple priorities, and manage crisis situations.
  • Ability to handle multiple priorities and manage crisis situations.
  • Ability to work and communicate with families and other professionals and maintain confidentiality.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills and strong attention to detail
  • Ability to analyze data and use this information improve program performance and achieve program goals.
  • Must have valid driver's license and good driving record, personal vehicle and auto insurance.
  • Team building experience a plus!

Apply with us by going to https://covey.apscareerportal.com/j/0pk0cc or you can check us out directly on our website at www.covey.org/careers. If you have any questions, please call Nikki at 920-292-1124 or text 920-252-4886. 

We are an equal Opportunity Employer.

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Oshkosh Housing Authoirity:  Executive Director

We are assisting our client, The Oshkosh / Winnebago County Housing Authority in Oshkosh, WI with the recruitment and selection of the Executive Director.  The Housing Authority is looking for an empathetic, thoughtful candidate who is passionate about managing their team and serving the community. The Housing Authority, formed in 1970 provides affordable rental housing assistance, homebuyer support, and resident services to low and moderately low-income families living in Winnebago County, WI.  Located in the Fox Valley area, you will be part of an engaging community with events, parks and festivals that provide entertainment for the entire family.  The area also has exceptional schools, business and residents that make it an amazing place to reside and build lasting relationships.

See https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=VjPstAGU6m8ioUq4KSteTJcSRnnaUtbqGr32i57PSM5w0WHYXAhdI-2BIFxBB-2BorL-2FLX-V_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2sB2lZtHW20Qdz58wVfbFh7s5mU5dFZuO1U3yIsDo0nL498eWGm2TrvXw8wzXKjsu1g38NhSocM-2FTwasNDk3aVJO9EeuVFt-2Fa3jJ9wf71x-2BkB-2F-2FYo5C1qlPHYzjvwo5rJ6P5hhnYR-2BUYCAxEZhJtvs3C9woz6qDx0zrfZKhhm4p8vm53f-2BmoodptfFswS8Lhut for more information regarding the work of the Oshkosh Housing Authority. 

The Executive Director creates, communicates and implement the agency’s vision, mission and overall direction required to achieve the goals and execute the policies of The Housing Authority.  The ED provides the leadership, mentorship and overall management necessary to allow personnel to continue to develop in order to effectively grow the organization to ensure financial strength, sustainability and operating efficiency.  This position is responsible for all executive and administrative functions, as well as overall strategy of the agency.  

Principal Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Formulates, implements and oversees the complete operation of the agency in accordance with the vision, mission and goals established in the strategic plans.
  • Seeks and secures outside funding from public and private sources to progressively improve programs and services.
  • Motivates and leads a high performing management team; provides mentoring as a cornerstone to the management career development program.
  • Cultivates strong relationships with nonprofit, business and government leaders to advance key OHA/WCHA initiatives and goals.
  • Builds relations, networking, strategic partnerships and joint ventures with the community, local, state and government agencies (i.e. WI Association of Housing Authority (WAHA), Wisconsin Economic Development Authority (WHEDA), NAHRO. HUD, etc.).
  • Collaboratively develops programs, organizational and financial plans with the Board of Commissioners.
  • Proposes potential real estate development(s) and acquisition and reuse opportunities based on detailed strategy to the Board.
  • Oversees Finance Department to provide detailed review of budget development, cash management, internal controls, procurement and inventory.
  • Serves as a spokesperson for OHA/WCHA to present strategic and crisis communications to the employees, media, professional and/or public audiences.

Education and Experience: 

  • A Bachelors’ Degree or comparable work experience in Business Management, Public Administration, Business Administration, Government or Urban Planning, Real Estate or a related field is preferred. 
  • Experience at a senior management level in a multi-department agency or public housing authority preferred with a minimum of $10 million budget authority required. Fundraising and grant writing experience.
  • Experience working with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, The Housing Finance Agencies and other relevant housing and financial entities.
  • Experience managing and developing housing developments where public and private funding streams were coordinated and community input was part of the decision-making process. 

If you are committed to serving individuals and communities, we would love to talk with you about this position!  Please apply via Wipfli’s web portal: 

https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUn-2FgTsgii6b7vBqWGLehZyqIh6-2B0LtVp6vT26oH-2FA-2F0LBqnv7POSk7Bw71OJj8fP7WJAczJPk5FQO8PrPV8GgiM2nM-2FQDQJWxGGd86hxvhF49-2FuHh9RyNxs45ITID9YCio5JGj5e4qnooXstvPCPeJs-3DWlxJ_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2sB2lZtHW20Qdz58wVfbFh7s5mU5dFZuO1U3yIsDo0nL6-2FGpbMlI0o4agqTlTM8rsmGIFw7O-2BLPzUrkgmBQUW6XUi6N831YwIu3SlRhjPAKV9UL2OKNYoYQt9bHTm0iTdSM0RTR8YbVl8dA2NTPzNNa17BSkFKSlStAVwyfPtlfUPWrtIAu1xAj-2FZsxyrkcJNS

The Oshkosh / Winnebago County Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Lawrence University:  Director of the Center for Community Engagement & Social Change

The Director of the Center for Community Engagement and Social Change at Lawrence University is a key member of the Career Center and Community Engagement and Social Change teams, responsible for campus-wide oversight of community-engagement and service-based learning experiences at Lawrence University. The position is directly responsible for leading the Center’s student Service Corps and Office Manager staff, and for identifying, aligning, and supporting mutually beneficial campus- community partnerships that: 

  • Serve and promote common good – especially those connected to Lawrence University ideals around diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism
  •  Enhance student learning through experiential and community-based learning initiatives and partnerships; and
  •  Prepare students to be responsible, self-reflective, and civically engaged citizens. 

This person will be responsible for priorities related to: staff training, support, and professional development of a diverse, vibrant, and ever-evolving student team; oversight of center outcomes; curating/maintaining relationships with community partners; collaborating with student organizations, faculty, and staff on expanding/marketing service-based initiatives; and leading campus wide service days/initiatives. 

The Center for Community Engagement & Social Change is quite unique, as it’s a primarily student-led administrative office. As such, exceptional volunteer management and organizational skills are essential. 

Summary of essential Job Functions: 

Provide Viable Volunteer Opportunities for Lawrence University Students: 

  • Curate and manage service sites based on student interests and Current service model (current focus areas include Animal Welfare,Child Advocacy, Equal Access to Education, Environment & Sustainability, Fair Housing & Hunger, and Access to the Arts); maintain professional contacts at volunteer sites; conduct volunteer site visits; establish learning opportunities for students through service
  • Help develop new service opportunities and theme-areas, consistent with student interests and University priorities (e.g., opportunities serving diverse populations and public health)
  • Promote service initiatives, and increase campus awareness of community needs and social issues in the Fox Cities
  • Collaborate with the Career Center to promote service-based experiential opportunities and disperse experiential funding
  • Partner with student organizations to identify and develop volunteer and community service opportunities for student service organizations; serve as advisor to student groups and liaison through the LUCC
  • Collaborate with faculty to identify and select potential opportunities addressing learning objectives of the faculty members’ courses
  • Facilitate campus wide days of service, such as MLK, Jr. Day of Service.Oversee Administrative Operations for the Center for Community Engagement and Social Change:
  • Supervise the facilities, resources, budget, and overall activities of the Center for Community Engagement and Social Change
  • Recruit, train and supervise four student staff teams including Office Managers, Service Corps, Reading and Math Partners, and Service Shuttle drivers. Train, supervise and evaluate performance of part-time Administrative Assistant.
  • Develop and oversee Center-wide metrics and assessment plan in consultation with Riaz Wariach Dean and campus partners; produce reports for the campus community on annual and ad-hoc basis
  • Oversee the federal work study program in conjunction with the financial aid office and career center
  • Create a welcoming environment for all the CCE events and spaces – both virtual and in-person 

Knowledge and Skills Required: 

  • Strong leadership, interpersonal, and communications skills
  • Deep understanding of experiential education, volunteer management, and the opportunities and challenges of working with under-resourced nonprofit organizations
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Technology experiences with such as database, zoom, and office applications 

Apply here: https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUsNPvHrFKYd1dQJLAWA-2BJOM9mdWJKFePjItKktl8JBWUFIXPXjpe4w-2F1k0WC9m0tIg-3D-3DdA8x_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2sxh6yG8vL6JsLaqDsIUkY3ySaehk-2FZ1Auwvqqd3MRO0RRqYFbWuLqSXQEccrMvq2eniRuNZk9boweQbY8xY0qFtRRyFGCgAZaAB8HfBvQMzFZu-2BG9U1CFDeB9blDGwXgxMP4CJwO-2FK5mUfhzFHent-2BXdtD-2Fx3klQ-2Bdm9m2a-2FmtTWU-2BYk2tDKy3yYnKjPjVVVn

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Administrative Assistant

Position Overview:  Provide daily administrative support to the staff and leadership at the Appleton and Menasha Club sites. Activities include answering and directing incoming phone calls, welcoming and receiving guests, preparing correspondence and reports, maintaining records, filing, ordering and stocking office supplies, maintaining office equipment, distributing mail, entering data, depositing receipts, and maintaining an orderly and professional lobby, waiting room, reception desk, and clerical area.

Essential Functions

  • Greet and direct all visitors. Answer telephones, provide general information, and refer callers to other staff or voicemail.
  • Responsible for managing inventory of office equipment and performing routine maintenance activities and contacting service representatives as needed.
  • Maintain office forms to ensure they are in supply and current.
  • Mailing, including distribution of incoming mail as well as preparing outgoing items, including bulk mailings.
  • Administer general office procedures (e.g office supply requests, donation forms, etc)
  • Organize room scheduling and Club rentals
  • Managing user database for telephone directory and copy machines
  • Responsible for ordering name tags and business cards for staff.
  • Be point of contact for general facility concerns to communicate with maintenance staff
  • Process and record all deposits.
  • Responsible for data entry in our member database
  • Assisting with technology duties, such as computer set-up, general IT inquiries, and device inventory
  • Participate in Club special events as appropriate
  • Perform any other duties or projects as assigned. 

Relationships

Internal: Maintains close, daily contact with the Executive Assistant, and other department leaders

External: Maintains contact with local business and the public to give and obtain information in response to inquiries, or as instructed by direct supervisor 

Qualifications    

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 2-3 years Administrative experience preferred
  • Experience in Office 365 preferred
  • IT knowledge preferred
  • Valid drivers license to commute between site locations required
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Good organization and attention to detail
  • Strong customer relations skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Able to maintain strict confidentiality 

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Director of Site Operations

The Director of School Site Operations is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the organization’s school-based programs in accord with the strategic direction set by the Senior Leadership and the Board of Directors. The Director of School Site Operations directly supervises the organization’s Unit Directors and leads to ensure youth receive an Optimal Club Experience while participating in school-based programs. 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Leadership

  • Provide leadership and direct supervision of Unit Directors to sustain a values-based school site culture that leaves ample room for individual and team autonomy.  
  • Support the Sr. Director of Youth Development Services in developing and executing the school site’s strategic choices.  
  • Help build strong relationships with Appleton Area School District and Little Chute Area School District to foster teamwork and advocacy between school sites and their school district.
  • Identify, assess, and inform the Sr. Director of Youth Development Services of internal and external issues that affect the Youth Development Services department.  
  • Foster effective teamwork and open and timely communication between Branch Directors, department leads and program directors.  
  • Act on behalf of the Sr. Director of Youth Development Services as directed. 

Operational Planning and Management

  • Ensure that the programs and services offered by the school sites contribute to the organization’s mission, meet the current and emerging needs of children, youth and their families.  
  • Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the school site’s programs and services. 
  • Ensure all grant funded program goals and objectives are met, especially 21st Century CCLC, Wisconsin After 3:00, and Page Turners. 
  • Ensure service data is recorded accurately and reported on a timely and consistent basis.
  • Direct the implementation of effective Continuous Improvement processes at the school-based sites.  
  • Take action to license school-based sites in partnership with the Sr. Director of Youth Development Services and ensure licensing regulations are consistently being adhered to.
  • Ensure consistent site assessments take place to focus on program quality and staff interrelations. 
  • Prioritize site visits on a consistent basis. 

Risk Management

  • In partnership with the Sr. Director of Youth Development Services, develop and implement comprehensive and robust measures to control and minimize risks on all aspects of safety with emphasis on those affecting Club members and staff members at the school sites. 
  • Ensure child safety practices meet or always exceed the requirements of Boys & Girls Clubs of America, government agencies, and other collaborative entities. 

Human Resources Planning, Management, and Team Development

  • Identify and communicate staffing and volunteer levels and expertise required for program delivery at the school sites. 
  • Ensure all program staff at the school sites are on a continuous learning path that supports position mastery. 
  • Work closely with the Director of HR to recruit and interview Youth Development Specialists, Unit Coordinators, and Unit Directors. 
  • Take action to develop a succession plan for Unit Director positions. 
  • Oversee a performance management process for all school sites staff that includes monitoring their performance on an on-going basis and conducting annual performance reviews for Unit Directors. 
  • Discipline school site staff and volunteers when necessary using appropriate techniques. 

Financial Planning and Management

  • Prepare program budgets for all school-based locations as requested by the Sr. Director of Youth Development Services. 
  • Approve expenditures within the authority delegated by the Sr. Director of Youth Development Services. 
  • Ensure program costs remain within budgeted amounts and are in-line with funders’ expectations. 

Facilities

  • Ensure all program areas provided to the school sites are maintained and restored following agency use in accord with the property owner’s expectations.  

Relationships

Internal: Maintain timely, informative, and accurate communications with the Sr. Director of Youth Development, Branch Directors, Human Resource Director, Executive Assistant, other direct reports and key staff, volunteers, members and clients. 

External: Maintain timely, informative and accurate communications with school districts, external community groups, other program partners, professional groups and associations, the OST Coalition, and others as required. 

Qualifications

The Director of School Site Operations position is a full time, human service position requiring a majority combination of the following:  

Education and Experience 

  • A minimum of at least five distinguished years in a leadership role in a Boys & Girls Club or similar non-profit organization.
  • Bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership, human services or related field from an accredited college or university.
  • Thorough knowledge of the mission, objectives, policies, programs and procedures of Boys & Girls Clubs and the principles and practices of managing youth serving programs and services. 

Other Qualifications 

  • Mission-driven and values-based.
  • Exceptional communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Self-disciplined, takes initiative remains focused in the face of pressure and does not stagnate or become intimidated in the face of multiple tasks and time limitations.
  • Track record of inspiring, engaging and supporting others to deliver superior results. 
  • Proven ability to work with efficiency, flexibility and good humor. 
  • Proven ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in diverse settings. 
  • Operates with excellence in mind in all matters, with the confidence to defend/debate ideas without ego interfering.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize, direct, plan and coordinate operations.
  • Proven ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a diverse group of internal and external constituents. 

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Foundations Health & Wholeness:  Outpatient Mental Health Therapist

JOB SUMMARY:

The therapist provides individual, group mental health therapy services to children and adults in an outpatient setting. This position requires experience and willingness to work with children and youth. In addition, the therapist will:

  • Share in staffing and case conferences
  • Perform necessary administrative tasks
  • Participate in organization community relations efforts
  • Collaborate with staff colleagues, consultants, and referring professionals

IDEAL CANDIDATES WILL HAVE: 

  • Experience with a variety of age groups, especially younger children
  • Proficiency working in a team-like setting
  • Ability to coordinate services with schools and other community professionals
  • Willingness to develop skills in integrating clients’ faith and/or spiritual perspectives into therapy

VALUES:

  • Place a high priority on professional conduct and quality
  • Be willing to make a professional and personal investment in the future of the organization and its mission
  • Promote an atmosphere of fun and friendship
  • Acts with integrity towards colleagues, clients, and community members
  • Be comfortable and committed to the integration of spirituality and faith in our relationships with our colleagues and clients

 LICENSURE

  • LCSW, LPC, MFT, or APSW license

 EDUCATION

  • Master’s degree

Foundations offers an excellent work environment, competitive compensation package, funding for ongoing continuing education and a strong commitment to teamwork and mission. A therapist can expect consistent clinical support from experienced peers and supervisors to improve therapy skills and knowledge. Foundations provides a trauma informed state-of-the-art office environment. 

Therapists are encouraged to be involved in community work groups to improve the quality of mental health for all persons in Northeast Wisconsin. Reasonable client load expectations, strong encouragement to be an active change agent in the community, as well as support for a work/life balance is Foundations’ commitment to employees.

BENEFITS 

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Equal Opportunity Employer

RESUMES MUST BE RECEIVED BY 2/23/2021!

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Crossways Campus Ministries:  Business and HR Manager

Crossways Camping Ministries is looking for a dedicated and detail-oriented person to support the financial tasks of camp and retreat ministry. This is a full time, salaried position at our Appleton business office, and supports the operations at our three camp locations in Wisconsin. The Business and HR Manager provides sound accounting and oversight of the financial operation of the ministry, and also carries out all HR functions related to payroll and benefits, as well as onboarding new staff. This person reports directly to the Executive Director.

Requirements:

Requirements include:

  • A minimum of an Associate's Degree with certification or equivalent experience in accounting.
  • A minimum of three years of experience in office management requiring demonstrated financial, HR, and administrative skills.
  • Excellent computer and communication skills, and a willingness to support the mission of Crossways Lutheran Camping Ministries. 

Salary range is $40,000-50,000 plus benefits. 

Additional information about Crossways Camping Ministries and this position may be found at www.crosswayscamps.org/employment. Applications will be received through February 26, 2021, with an anticipated start date as early in March as possible.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to:

Crossways Camping Ministries 912 N. Oneida St., Appleton, WI 54911

or via email to Sharon@crosswayscamps.org Application deadline: February 26, 2021

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Child Care Resource & Referral, Inc.:  Youngstar Technical Consultant

Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) based in Kimberly, WI is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality and accessibility of early childhood education and care.

CCR&R is seeking a full-time YoungStar Technical Consultant to support regulated child care providers in quality improvement efforts and the WI YoungStar quality rating system within 5 counties.

Qualifications:

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

Comprehensive benefits package offered.

How to apply:

Please submit a resume with cover letter describing interest, relevant qualifications, salary requirements and at least 3 professional references no later than February 16, 2021 4:00 pm to: Judith Olson, Executive Director, Child Care Resource & Referral, judyo@ccrrfoxvalley.org. 

Application deadline: February 16, 2021 4:00pm

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Mission of Hope House of Wisconsin, Inc.:  Grant Writer - Independent Contractor

Mission of Hope House of Wisconsin is looking for an independent contractor grant writer to assist our homeless shelter sustain and grow our grant prospects. This is a remote work position, but the ideal candidate should be familiar with the funding landscape around Waupaca and Outagamie counties. 

Scope of Services: 

Research grant and funding prospects and advise Mission of Hope House on which ones to approach and how. Work with staff to interpret guidelines, and gather material and information necessary for a strong proposal.

Write grant proposals as requested in time to meet deadlines, and prepare the proposal for submission. Attend meetings necessary to accomplish the required work.

Compensation includes a base stipend with a commission scale per grant funded.

To apply, email your resume to Andy Wilson, Executive Director, at andy@missionofhopehouse.org. Please include a sample of your writing either as a cover letter or as an additional attachment. 

Application deadline: February 28, 2021.

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

Position Summary:  From homelessness to coming home, Pillars provides shelter, support, and solutions to address the housing needs in our community. When people have nowhere else to go, Pillars Adult Shelter is 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. 

Duties and 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: 

  • Associate’s Degree preferred, high school diploma or GED required
  • Previous experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness or individuals with mental health, AODA, legal, or other issues is preferred. 

Compensation:

The compensation for this position is $15.98/hour (this includes a $1.50 shift differential for overnight shifts). Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, vacation, holidays, sick leave, short & long term disability, life insurance, 401k retirement account and an Employee Assistance Plan.

 To Apply:  The deadline to apply is Tuesday, February 9, 2021, at Noon.

 Send resume and cover letter to:

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

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

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes:  Summer Camp

Summer Camp-Camp Birch Trails/ Camp Winnecomac 2021 

Positions open for summer 2021. Pick your top 3!

 

Camp Birch Trails - Irma, Wisconsin

 

1. Assistant Camp Director - The Assistant Camp Director is responsible for assisting the Camp Director in the management, planning, organization, and implementation of camp programs. They will assist in the supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. The Assistant Camp Director is expected to serve as an appropriate role model and leader for all of staff and children at camp. Additionally, they will directly supervise the Center Staff Team and is as a resource in problem solving with programming, campers, and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position. 

2. Program Director - The Program Director leads the planning and delivery of program activities and events that occur at camp. They are responsible for the organization and preparation of program packets, requirements, and activities. They collaborate with other staff to ensure the delivery of the programs on and off camp. Additionally, they assist in the management of the overall camp operation. This is a leadership role that is a part of the Center Staff team in which is a supervisor and a resource for problem solving with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and 21 year old minimum required. 

3. Head Cook - The Head Cook is responsible for planning, preparing, and cleaning for all meals and snacks. They will ensure health and safety standards are always met and accommodate for camper and staff dietary restrictions. This is a leadership position which is part of the Center Staff team, directly supervises the Camp Assistants and the Assistant Cook, and is a resource in problem solving and programming with campers and camp staff. This is a seasonal position and it is helpful to live site for the duration of this positions but is not required. 

4. Health & Safety Director - The Health and Safety Director is responsible for the health and safety of all the campers and camp staff. They will provide care to injuries and accidents as well as distribute medication and create first aid kits. This is a leadership position which is part of the Center Staff team, indirectly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position. 

5. Trip Director - The Trip Director is responsible for the day to day operations of the wilderness trip department. They will ensure all trips follow health and safety standards as well as manages food and equipment requests for all trips. This is a leadership position which is part of the Center Staff team, directly supervises Trip Leaders and Assistant, and is a resource in problem solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position. 

6. Art Specialist - The Art Specialist is responsible for the management of the Maple Building at camp (the art facility). They are responsible for the management of all arts and craft activities and weekly tie dye sessions with the programs as well as maintaining all arts and craft equipment while ensuring the health and safety of campers. They will assist in supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. This is a leadership position which is part of the Center Staff team, indirectly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

7. Sports Specialist -The Sports Specialist is responsible for preparing and leading campers in all sport and adventure programs including team building activities, the low ropes course, archery, and playfield activities. They will assist in supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. This is a leadership position which is part of the Center Staff team, indirectly supervises staff, and is a resource in problem solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position

8. Head Counselor- The Head Counselor(s) are responsible for the direction supervision and assistance in programming for counselors. They will ensure that program requirements are being met and that units are managed properly. This is a leadership position that directly supervises the counseling staff and is a resource in problem solving and programming with campers and staff. This is a temporary position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position.

9. Trip Leader - The Trip Leader(s) is responsible for leading safe and educational wilderness trips for campers. They will develop an awareness of Leave No Trace camping and teach campers how to survive and enjoy tripping in the backcountry. This is a position that will serve as a leader and mentor to campers throughout the summer. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property and on trail throughout the duration of the position. 

10. Counselor - The Counselors are responsible for leading programs on a weekly basis and ensuring program requirements are being met. They will provide a safe, fun and inclusive environment for all the campers and encourage them to try new things. Additionally, they will participate and facilitate in the production of camp operations and themes. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position. 

11. Camp Assistants - 4 16 & 17 yr. old’s - The Camp Assistant(s) (also known as a CA) is responsible for assisting with duties around camp with most focus on work in the kitchen. They will assist with preparing and cleaning all meals and snacks on a daily basis. Occasionally they will aid in camp cleaning, program assistance and activities with groups. This is a seasonal position and is required to live on camp property throughout the duration of the position. *Prerequisite to have completed Counselor in Training II at Camp Birch Trails.

Camp Winnecomac-Kaukauna Wisconsin

 

1. Camp Director - The Camp Director is responsible for the management planning, organization, and implenentation of camp programs. They will assist in the supervision, monitoring, and participate in all aspects of camp. The Camp Director is expected to serve as an appropriate role model and leader for all of staff, children and parents at camp. Additionally, they will directly supervise the Center Staff Team and is as a resource in problem solving with programming, campers, and staff. This is a seasonal position and 21 year minimum required.

 

2. Program Director -The Program Director leads the planning and delivery of program activities and events that occur at camp. They are responsible for the organization and preparation of program packets, requirements, and activities. They collaborate with other staff to ensure the delivery of the programs on and off camp. Additionally, they assist in the management of the overall camp operation. This is a leadership role that is a part of the Center Staff team in which is a supervisor and a resource for problem solving with campers and staff. This is a seasonal position and 21 year old minimum required. 

3. Counselor - The Counselors are responsible for leading programs on a weekly basis and ensuring program requirements are being met. They will provide a safe, fun and inclusive environment for all the campers and encourage them to try new things. Additionally, they will participate and facilitate in the production of camp operations and themes. This is a seasonal position and may be required to stay overnight during specific scheduled programs at Camp Winnecomac.

To apply: Send cover letter and resume to hr@gsnwgl.org

Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes (GSNWGL) formed in 2008, the result of a nationwide organizational realignment. Formerly six separate Councils now comprise GSNWGL, which partners with 6,000 volunteers, serves approximately 18,000 girls, and covers 58 counties across northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Mission Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Council Vision We are a viable, visible, girl-centered organization responsive and appealing to our members, volunteers, and staff. We engage quality individuals to help us deliver relevant programs that offer a lasting, positive impact.

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SOAR Fox Cities, Inc:  Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program Navigator

Position Summary:  The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Support Program Navigator will join the newly launched TBI Support Program at SOAR Fox Cities and be the lead in direct services provided to survivors of TBI. The individual in this role will be the primary contact for survivors and their families who are seeking guidance and support post-TBI. This individual will field phone calls and walk-ins daily and will respond with resources, referrals, and follow-up. The TBI Program Navigator will be responsible for continuing to develop, enhance, and implement all elements of case management and resource navigation supported by the TBI Program. The Navigator will also work directly with the TBI Support Program Coordinator to provide resources and services to collaborating partner sites via in-person meetings and phone conferences including five local shelter sites. 

Major Responsibilities:

  • Be the lead in program and service delivery to TBI survivors and their families.
  • Act as primary contact for TBI survivors and their families.
  • Provide case follow-up to every extent possible including provision of client feedback surveys to determine client's experience with program and service delivery.
  • Maintain appropriate client records and complete data entry in a timely manner.

Responsibilities in Detail:

  • Regularly, likely daily, field inquiries via phone, walk-in, and/or during drop-in hours from survivors, their families, and general community members seeking resources related to TBI.
  • Provide guidance, support, and hope while problem solving and navigating resources to meet client needs.
  • Provide behind-the-scenes support for clients to meet client needs.
  • Contact professionals, research available programs and resources, network professionally and other strategies as appropriate to meet client needs.
  • Communicate with clients by email as needed.
  • Maintain complete and accurate client records in the database.
  • Create new or update existing contacts within client database including at minimum, baseline demographics, injury, and contact information.
  • Create, or update existing cases with area of need and description; and record details of client contact related to case including duration, type of contact, and summary of activities.
  • Assist Program Coordinator in facilitation of, if necessary, and expansion of already existing TBI Support Group.
  • Work with Program Coordinator to continually assess current list of resources for TBI Survivors and update/add new resources as needed.
  • Work with Program Coordinator to develop and implement a Family Support and Peer Support Networks specifically designed to meet the needs of TBI survivors and their families.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree, or equivalent experience, in a related field
  • Experience navigating systems in a human services, case management, social work, or other applicable setting
  • Knowledge of community, state, and federal resources for brain injury, disability, or human services specific to the region this position serves
  • ACBIS Certification (training provided if needed)
  • Access to reliable transportation for local travel, occasional statewide travel
  • Travel to meetings and events within the state, sometimes after hours and on weekends
  • Background Check (completed by SOAR)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent administrative and computer skills, including MS Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, database management. Skills in Adobe Creative Cloud helpful.
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Detail oriented, adaptable, organized and able to successfully manage multiple projects and tasks with rolling deadlines.
  • Comfortable interacting with the public in a positive and professional manner.

Working Conditions:

Much of the work is performed in an office environment with some exposure for personal injury.

General:

This position description defines the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position. It does not state or imply that these are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to the job. The employee may be required to perform other job-related duties as requested by the Executive Director or the Board of Directors. All requirements are subject to change over time.

How to apply:

Please send a Resume and Cover Letter to: Erin N. Schultz, MSW

Executive Director SOAR Fox Cities, Inc.

211 E. Franklin Street, Suite A Appleton, WI 54911

Email: erin@soarfoxcities.com

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SOAR Fox Cities, Inc.:  Family Programs & Community Resource Coordinator

At SOAR Fox Cities, we envision a world where all individuals are seen for their ABILITY, not their DISABILITY. We offer a variety of services including Youth, Adult and Family Programs, Advocacy, Community Education, and the third largest Special Olympics program in the state. 

We are an IRS designated 501(c)3 nonprofit organization located in Appleton, Wisconsin. Within the walls of our offices and throughout the community, we aim to do just what our name says: Help our members and participants SOAR above the barriers their varying abilities may create. We strive for inclusivity and have made it our goal to create a world where everyone has the opportunity to succeed and contribute their page in the larger story of life. 

SOAR Fox Cities is lead and operates with the following Vision, Mission, and Values in mind:

Vision:

  • A community where all individuals can be actively involved and have opportunities to maximize their potential. Mission:
  • Empowering people with differing abilities. Values:
  • Advocacy: We champion the needs and concerns of individuals and their families.
  • Community: We serve as a resource for the community and provide activities that promote the participation of individuals and their families in the larger community.
  • Integrity: We conduct ourselves in a way that is honest, fair, transparent and ethical.
  • Life-long learning: We view learning as an activity that engages and enriches individuals over the course of their lives.
  • Respect: We honor and celebrate the differences in ourselves and others.
  • Positive relationships: We recognize the power of positive relationships, providing opportunities to make human connections and supporting the development of life skills that contribute to strong relationships.

Mission of the Role:

Be an active part of the SOAR Fox Cities' team of Program Coordinators by leading and coordinating the Family Programs and Community Education Initiatives. The Family Programs & Community Resource Coordinator will work with the families and caregivers of individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities to provide social and supportive services. The Coordinator will also provide Community Education presentations to youth, adults, special groups including First Responders, local Police Departments, and local employers to advocate for employment first. 

A successful Family Programs & Community Resource Coordinator is 1) resilient, 2) enthusiastic about serving individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, 3) able to establish and maintain trusting relationships with program partners, other staff members, and, 4) comfortable speaking in front of and interacting with diverse groups of people that range in age, background, ability, and profession, 5) able to confidently build and manage organizational and programmatic systems, and 6) a naturally curious, lifelong learner. 

Capacity of the Role:

This is a part-time role with SOAR Fox Cities and housed at our home office located at 211 E. Franklin Street, Suite A, Appleton, WI 54911. Typical weekly hours will range from 16-20. Typical working hours will be between 9:00am-5:00pm, but some nights and weekends will be required due to special events. SOAR office hours are Monday through Thursday 9:00am - 5:00pm with the office being closed for business on Fridays. 

Although a great deal of time will be spent in the office planning activities, this individual will also spend time working in local schools providing presentations to elementary and middle school aged children as well as in the community providing presentations to other professionals. 

Major Responsibilities:

The Family Programs and Community Resource Coordinator is responsible for maintaining community programs geared toward the families of the individuals SOAR serves as well as providing disabilities education to various aspects of the community. 

The Family Programs are designed to:

Foster healthy and happy relationships for families caring for a child, or loved one, with a developmental disability.

Provide family members/caregivers opportunities to share concerns, address questions, and network with others who share similar challenges.

Offer a safe, accepting and inclusive atmosphere for parents, siblings, relatives, friends, caregivers, and participants as they participate in meaningful community-based activities.

Provide interactive family activities with the opportunity for one on one assistance for individuals who need more specialized care. Responsibilities related to the Family Programs offered by SOAR related to this role include planning, coordinating, and executing:

  • Family Education Nights
  • Family Support Groups
  • Family Social Activities
  • Four Annual Family Events
  • Living Well Program Participation support

The Community Education/Resource Program is designed to:

  • Foster the idea of inclusion throughout varying levels of community.
  • Provide various types of education opportunities for a variety of different groups of people including youth, professionals, first responders, and the general community.
  • Further the mission of SOAR via representation of SOAR at various community events and at resource booths.

Responsibilities related to the Community Education/Resource Program offered by SOAR related to this role include planning, coordinating, and executing:

  • Youth disability awareness presentations including Kids on the Block, Youth Hands on Sessions, and Disability Awareness Sessions.
  • First responder and crisis services training sessions.
  • Providing employment first training sessions and advocating for the idea of employment first with local employers.
  • Attending community resource fairs to provide general outreach and education about SOAR Fox Cities and our programs.

Other Responsibilities Related to Programming:

  • Works as a liaison with schools and other community agencies in matters relating to youth, adult, and family programs and makes appropriate presentations.
  • Acquires necessary equipment and supplies for programs, keeping within budgetary constraints.
  • Maintains appropriate records of activity participation, volunteer hours, and fee collection in the database.
  • Assists in organizing special events such as Family Events, Corn Roast, Christmas Celebrations, Fundraisers, Sporting Events day trips, dances, etc. 

Other General Responsibilities:

  • Prepares information for the SOAR newsletter.
  • Supplies schools with necessary information, posters, and public announcement requests.
  • Prepares and distributes activity updates to schools, work sites and other contacts.
  • Assists with fundraising and grant writing.
  • Attends continuing education seminars to enhance programming, supervision and management skills.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

 Required Qualifications:

  • A four-year degree from an accredited college or university in a human services or a related field is desired. Equivalent experience will be accepted in lieu of degree.
  • Must have experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Must possess excellent writing skills.
  • Time Management and Organizational skills a must to manage various programs.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, including Publisher.
  • Should have the ability to work and establish a good working relationship with people and have some administrative ability.
  • Comfortable speaking and presenting in public.
  • Must have valid driver's license.

General:

This position description defines the general nature and level of work performed by the employee assigned to this position. It does not state or imply that these are the only duties and responsibilities assigned to the job. The employee may be required to perform other job-related duties as requested by the Executive Director or the Board of Directors. All requirements are subject to change over time, and to possible modifications to reasonably accommodate an individual with developmental disabilities.

How to apply:

Please submit a Resume and Cover Letter to: Erin N. Schultz, MSW

Executive Director SOAR Fox Cities, Inc.

211 E. Franklin Street, Suite A Appleton, WI 54220

Email: erin@soarfoxcities.com

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass:  Development and Engagement Manager 

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is a large fine arts museum with glass-focused programming.  It is one of a few American Alliance of Museums accredited institutions in the State of Wisconsin. The museum has stunning glass, including antique paperweights, Germanic drinking glasses and jaw-dropping contemporary glass sculpture. The museum also offers a schedule of temporary glass exhibitions, as well as studio classes in glass for youth and adults. 

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

The Manager of Development and Engagement is an important link to our public, our donors and our audiences.  This is a fun and demanding role with high community visibility, and therefore, high integrity, responsibility and pursuit of excellence is essential with the ability to work in a congenial and professional manner across the museum platform. The Development and Engagement Manager will be responsible for planning a development strategy along with leadership and implementing it. Funding the BMMOG’s vision, strategy and priorities is primary. This role will provide the support museum operations through building a philanthropic giving program including cultivating a strong donor base, membership, sponsorship, grants, events and public engagement. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass demonstrates core values that align with our mission to serve our visitors with warm friendly relationships, excellence, competence and integrity among others. The successful candidate will be highly personable and articulate to assist in funding all aspects of BMMOG’s operations. 

Salaried Exempt Full Time at $47,500/yr., some weekends and evenings

Job Duties:

  • Responsible for defining the development strategy and creating a systematic sustainable plan that funds annual operations and special projects supporting the vision of the Executive Director. 
  • Manages donor cultivation, stewardship programs and sponsor benefits for individual and corporate donors.
  • Coordinates with the Executive Director and key staff to Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward all gift prospects.
  • Leads the museum and volunteer team to organize special events and fundraisers.
  • Friendraising. With the Executive Director identifies community partnerships that support audience development, community awareness and further financial support.
  • Represents the museum as needed in the community as a relationship builder.
  • This position is the primary grant writer. Identifies grant sources, coordinates BMMOG team to develop program funding and identify beneficial program partnerships, community collaborations and special events. Examples include but are not limited to: Art after Dark, SPARK, senior programs, home schooling, lectures, courses, symposia, films, performances, family days, summer camp, studio programs, teen programs, college programs, community days.
  • Works collaboratively with all museum staff to provide donor cultivation opportunities.
  • Maintains contact with professional development organizations, trends and best practices.
  • Other duties as integrated with the museum mission and needs.

Essential Skills:

Education/Training:  BA or MA in Art, Art Education, Business, Museum Studies or Nonprofit management.

Experience: 3-4 years of professional development experience including grant writing. Demonstrated results in fund development, grant writing.  Excellent public speaking, writing, organizational, management skills. Proficient in use of social media and computer skills,  proven experience in creating financial support through community engagement and programming. Experience organizing public events, managing multiple events and collaborative projects, budgeting and fund development.

Interpersonal: Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to work collaboratively and build community relationships. Must have a desire and ability to effectively work with a variety of stakeholders, employees, museum members, volunteers and collectors.

Physical: Ability to physically set up events, drive to offsite locations, operate office equipment, lift 40 lbs.

Environment & Working Conditions:

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

Position Measurements:

Income Generation – operational support for programming is consistent.

Donor Cultivation and Stewardship – increased donor and sponsor base.

Grant Generation – successful expansion of support for existing and new programs.

Special Event Program Development – increased offerings resulting in more engaged sponsorship.

Internal Relations – maintains collaborative relationships within the museum group. 

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

Benefits:

The following benefits apply to any regularly-scheduled position of 30 hours per week or more at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass. This is a general listing and not for public distribution. Please refer to the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass Employee Handbook for specific benefits information and examples.

Paid Time Off (PTO) – to be used for vacation, sick, and personal time off

-       15 pro-rated days after 1 year of service, awarded on July 1, first day of the fiscal year. Days are pro-rated according to number of regularly-scheduled weekly hours.

-       After first 6 months of service, PTO time will be awarded, pro-rated to number of months remaining in fiscal year.

Holiday Pay – paid holiday leave to observe the following designated holidays: New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and December 24th, 25th, and 26th. Hours are pro-rated according to number of regularly-scheduled weekly hours.

401k Retirement Plan – After 1 year of service and 1,000 hours worked, employees age 21 or over are eligible to enter plan on next entry date of January 1 or July 1. The museum’s safe harbor matching contribution will be a 100% (dollar-for-dollar) matching contribution on salary deferrals up to 3% of compensation plus a 50% matching contribution on any additional salary deferrals above 3% up to 5% of compensation.

Health Insurance – employee health insurance covered at 75% premium by museum/ 25% by employee. Extension of coverage to family 50% premium by museum/ 50% by employee. Eligible for coverage on 1st of month following 30 days of service.

Dental and Vision Insurance – group insurance plan, premium 100% by employee.

Life and Disability Insurance – eligible for coverage on 1st of month following 30 days of service

Museum Membership – includes discounts in shop and classes. Also includes North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association membership

Bereavement Leave – A maximum of three consecutive days of paid bereavement leave, as needed, may be granted in the event of death of an immediate family member. One day of paid bereavement leave may be granted in the event of death of other relatives for the funeral.

Associated Bank - Through a partnership with Associated Bank, museum employees can enjoy “Bank at Work” financial webinars and also bank account benefits.

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Clarity Care:  Caregivers

Positions with a Purpose: Exceptional People, Extraordinary Care! Clarity Care is Looking For You!

During this difficult time, we need caregivers like you more than ever. As a non-profit healthcare organization, we offer careers that can make a difference to real people who need your help. No experience or certifications needed and we’re hiring immediately!

Desired Skills and Qualifications:

  • Ability to work well in a team environment
  • People Person - Customer Service Oriented
  • Hands on Caregiving Experience
  • Personal Care Work ( PCW )
  • Likes Community Involvement
  • Compassion to work in Human Services
  • Desire to Make A Difference

Responsibilities:

  • Hands on Caregiving. Provides direct care support to our members with disabilities by assisting with activities of daily living; bathing, rooming, toileting, and hygiene as outlined by the individual service plan. Be comfortable using mobility devices and practice safe transfer and ambulation techniques like in assisted living facilities.
  • Teaches and Guides members in achieving hopes, dreams, goals and objectives through self-direction, decision making, and goal setting.
  • Completes all applicable documentation related to tasks assigned.
  • Welcoming Home. Maintains a safe, sanitary and welcoming group home by performing housekeeping (vacuuming, emptying trash, cleaning bathroom, dusting bed making and changing linens); and laundry.
  • Prepares and Serves Meals by following general nutritional guidelines, menus, individual dietary restrictions, needs and preferences to ensure consumer health.
  • Community Activities. Assists, escorts, and provides physical and other types of assistance needed by members during social and recreational activities.

Extra Bonuses:  (Yes, this keeps getting better!):

  • Sign-on bonus $1,000 - paid in four increments over 12 months
  • CNA Reimbursement Program
  • Competitive Wages
  • Liberty Mutual- 10% off Auto Insurance 
  • Health, Dental, Vision, Retirement Plan and more!
  • Room for advancement
  • Company Discounts (YMCA, Car-X, Staples and MORE)
  • Paid Training
  • Paid Time Off (accrues after 1st full month)
  • Shift Premiums and MORE

Our Mission:

Clarity Care is a nonprofit organization devoted to helping those in our communities to be their best self. To make this happen we need YOU to help us deliver our mission and give people the quality of life they so deserve.

We know you want to apply so here’s how:

Apply online at www.claritycare.org/apply or call us at: 920-236-6560 x 1415

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Make-a-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin:  Northeast Wisconsin Regional Coordinator (Temporary Part-time)

Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

 Reports to:   Regional Director

Classification:  Part-time (average 20+ hours per week); non-exempt

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

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES COULD INCLUDE:

  • General office support including answering/handling phone calls.
  • Support all internal fundraising events through planning details, tracking donations and overall organization.
  • Conduct outreach to secure and retain in-kind donors providing food, drink, entertainment and other enhancements in support of each signature event.
  • Communicate with wish families about opportunities to get involved with our internal and external events. 
  • Secure, support and retain current and potential external fundraisers.
  • Support recruitment, meeting facilitation & fundraising initiatives for a young professionals’ group.
  • Support all internal and external fundraising events as needed and assist 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 or event planning 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. 

To apply:  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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Forward Service Corporation:  W2 Case Manager/FEP

We Do Great Things! Join FSC & Unleash Your Potential! 

Forward Service Corporation, a passionate, not-for-profit firm providing employment and training related services to local, state, and federally funded program participants, is seeking one full time W2 Case Manager/FEP in Oshkosh or Menasha, WI. 

The W2 Case Manager/FEP provide services through on-going case management, group interaction, and community involvement. This position is responsible for providing employment and training services for low-income individuals receiving W-2 (Wisconsin Works) cash assistance, food stamps and other public assistance in order to promote self-sufficiency. 

The W2 Case Manager/FEP is a rewarding position that works in a fast pace environment while working with customers to promote self-sufficiency and helping unleash their potential! 

PRIMARY DUTIES INCLUDE: 

  • Assessing an applicant's needs, making referrals to other service providers, and evaluating the need and eligibility for W2 and related programs 
  • Maintaining confidentiality of all participants, quality assurance, benefit issuance, and case maintenance 
  • Monitoring various reports to ensure program compliance and is responsible for exceeding performance standards

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • At Forward Service we have a customer first approach; therefore, we desire an individual that is passionate about inspiring hope for our participants. In order to provide our customers with a true "FSC" experience, we are seeking someone that can provide service above and beyond traditional case management. 
  • Candidates should have the ability motivate, inspire, and lead our customers down the path of self-sufficiency.
  • Strong customer service, budgeting, and computer skills, excellent verbal and written communication and an ability to work with diverse individuals and groups are a must.
  • Should be goal driven and able to exceed performance standards.
  • Must maintain a valid driver license. 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Associate degree and 2+ years' work-related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.

COMPENSATION & DETAILS:

FSC offers a competitive wage for this non-exempt position with a starting wage of $19.98/hr. Additional compensation of $1.00/hr. is awarded upon completion of FEP (Financial Employment Planner) training and New Hire Training Plan. Additional starting compensation will be considered for direct work experience beyond the minimum requirements. 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  January 25, 2021 

How to apply:

Go to:  https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=86f71f45-bdf9-4654-b237-183a02e1440e&ccId=179274411_4007

FORWARD SERVICE CORPORATION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. ALL QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WILL RECEIVE CONSIDERATION FOR EMPLOYMENT WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AND DISABILITY OR PROTECTED VETERAN STATUS

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Speech Language Pathologist

Do you love working with children and their families and like having control over your own schedule? Are you interested in a rewarding career helping others and working for a company that makes a difference in our community? If so, we have the job for you!

The Early Intervention Program in partnership with Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. is accepting applications for a Pediatric Speech/Language Pathologist in Outagamie and Winnebago Counties. The Speech/Language Pathologist will be a member of a trans-disciplinary Early Intervention team supporting infants and toddlers with developmental delays and their families.

Be a part of a team that provides family-centered support and builds the capacity of parents to promote their child's development. Don't pass up this opportunity as jobs in Birth to 3 are hard to come by! 

Job Duties:

Essential functions of this job include:

  • Evaluate children referred to the Early Intervention Program using standardized evaluation procedures to determine program eligibility.
  • Share expertise with families and Early Intervention team on needs related to developmental speech/language delays, hearing impairments, feeding and oral motor challenges, articulation difficulties and assistive technology
  • Provides coaching for family members, other caregivers, and colleagues to promote the child's development and encourage the child's participation in home and community activities and settings.
  • Collaborate with community agencies and professionals in order to provide timely and seamless services to children and their families.

Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree in Speech/Language Pathology and DSPS licensure required.
  • Knowledge of Birth to Three (Part C) regulations and previous experience as SLP preferred.

How to apply:  Please email resumes to: mpitsch@vpind.com 

Application deadline: 02/12/2021

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Bletzinger Rehabilitation House:  Mental Health Residential Caregiver (Part-time, Weekends)

Are you inspired to make a difference in people's lives?  Do you have compassion, an empathetic personality and a desire to join a diverse staff team to make our community a better place?    

This opening is for a mental health residential caregiver (Resident Service Aide) part  time/weekends.  Located in Neenah, Bletzinger Rehabilitation House is a transitional apartment program for people with a mental health and/or alcohol and other drug abuse diagnosis. The mission is to support the individual's mental health and to assist their efforts to progress to more independent living when ready.  Bletzinger provides housing for 10-14 residents (men and women) in a home-like, apartment facility. 

Job Summary:   This position is for 2nd & 3rd (overnight) shifts/weekends. We are seeking a new staff member to begin as soon as possible. You will be scheduled for as many as eight shifts per month, including most, or every other, weekend.  

3rd shift (11 p.m. to 7 a.m.) is an awake position and includes resident safety and security as well as housekeeping and office responsibilities. 

2nd shift (3 to 11 p.m.) includes more engagement with residents to assist them with their mental health and independent living plan.

There may be occasion to pick up additional shifts from co-workers on weekends and on weekdays. 

The ideal candidate will have experience in residential care giving. Knowledge and/or experience with the chronically mentally ill population, behavior modification techniques, alcohol or drug abuse counseling, and medication administration are beneficial. Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) certification is preferred but training will be provided, if necessary. 

To apply, send resume and brief cover letter to Executive Director Scott Peeples at bletzhouse@gmail.com. Phone inquiries are also accepted. Telephone: (920) 725-2271

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Special Olympics Wisconsin Inc.:  Athletic Director

Athletic Director (Appleton/Green Bay Regions)

Job Summary:  The Athletic Director manages all competition and training opportunities for athletes and Unified Partners, as well as providing on-going sports training and technical support to all Special Olympics WI Programs. This position works directly with the State Office and other Athletic Directors, as part of a team designed to coordinate and run programs for Special Olympics Wisconsin. In addition, the Athletic Director will work with the community and staff to promote Special Olympics, recruit athletes and volunteers, coordinate programs, and assist local agencies and Unified Champion Schools (UCS) to achieve the goals, objectives, standards and mission of Special Olympics Wisconsin.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Sports Management, Recreation, Physical Education, or similar field of study; or a minimum of three (3) years of related work experience, required. This is a full-time, 40 hours per week, benefits eligible position; some weekends, evenings and overnights, will be required.

Applicants must be able to pass a criminal background check and have a valid Wisconsin driver's license.

How to apply:

If you are interested in applying for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to: jobs@specialolympicswisconsin.org, by February 18, 2021. 

Application deadline: February 18, 2021

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  STEM & Career Readiness Director

Position Summary:  Directs the development, implementation and evaluation of outcomes-based and evidence-informed Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and Career Readiness programs, services and activities throughout all units of the Boys & Girls Clubs (BGCFV) of the Fox Valley. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Direct the engagement of 100 Club members in evidence-informed STEM and Career Readiness programs on average each school day in all BGCFVs.
  • Develop and sustain relationships with area employers and other community-based organizations that foster exposure and build awareness of STEM-based career opportunities.
  • Plans, supervises, implements and evaluates a variety of creative STEM & Career Readiness programs that demonstrate consistent attendance and positive outcomes. 
  • Maintain and communicate accurate records of attendance, activities, outcomes and challenges encountered in close partnership with the organization’s grants administrator, data analyst, marketing and communications coordinator, and others as needed.
  • Understand and maintain compliance with all safety guidelines, policies and practices as established by the BGCFV.
  • Provide active supervision and leadership to assigned staff and volunteers.
  • Engage in continuous improvement processes to ensure on-going program evaluation and growth. 
  • Work in partnership with the Talent Development Committee and others to develop and implement professional development training opportunities that support the growth of STEM and Career Readiness programs.
  • Provide timely and clear guidance to all staff responsible for the delivery of STEM and Career Readiness programs and activities.
  • Assist in special events, fundraisers or program events.  
  • Participate and help facilitate team and committee meetings as directed.
  • Work in close partnership with the Senior Director of Youth Development Services to create and complete an individual professional development plan.
  • Work closely with Branch and Unit Directors to plan and implement on-going evidence-informed STEM & Career Readiness programs.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Senior Director of Youth Development Services. 

Responsibilities for facilities and equipment:

  • Assist in designing, equipping, and maintaining in good working order the rooms or spaces used for STEM and Career Readiness programs with special emphasis on the new (in 2020) Career Readiness Lab at the Boys & Girls Club of Menasha.
  • Maintain a safe, clean environment conducive to positive youth development. 
  • Ensure safety concerns or repairs are resolved in a timely manner.
  • Inspect equipment regularly for safety and proper operating condition.

 Qualifications 

The STEM and Career Readiness Program Director position requires a majority combination of the following:

 Education and Experience

  • Associates, Bachelors or advanced degree in K-12 education (certification in computer science, technology, education technology, sciences or similar preferred,) youth development, or related field.
  • Two years of experience in a Boys & Girls Club, K-12 school or similar organization planning, implementing or supervising STEM and Career Readiness programs and activities.
  • Advanced knowledge of the principles of effective positive youth development.

Other Qualifications

  • Inspired and motivated by the mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley.
  • Values-based.
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to communicate effectively with young people from diverse and high-risk backgrounds of all ages, Club staff and other organizational personnel in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Proven ability to work with efficiency, flexibility and good humor.
  • Growth mindset.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize, direct, plan and coordinate operations.
  • Self-disciplined, takes initiative and remains focused in the face of pressure and does not stagnate or become intimidated in the face of multiple tasks and time limitations. 

To apply, go to:  https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUk58ldhn9jKGsRe-2FSpaOHHGgUEUv0ORCKEeVCeCAFuwYnjZEla4y9-2BectwJ3UGwtXQ-3D-3De-eE_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2s8-2BqS8CoDudU-2Fbng2-2FvTB4hr-2BfytxYPXhV3zKN2eGlz4AnhGlN46BkC6NRRIpRZwVeZQSkK3CpGDOut8Ca3GKd782iNWRY6598H-2FfcnUOE1e-2FvzpRE6vJRYQu-2BiBmD20pUjKwz56NbvIEx7tJPBWArxH3zrqdbkFgE9nsb2P4aF0TWJVJrTxFlmjh-2Fv-2FYVxES

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Make-a-Wish Wisconsin:  Northeast Regional Coordinator (Part-time)

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

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES COULD INCLUDE:

  • General office support including answering/handling phone calls.
  • Support all internal fundraising events through planning details, tracking donations and overall organization.
  • Conduct outreach to secure and retain in-kind donors providing food, drink, entertainment and other enhancements in support of each signature event.
  • Communicate with wish families about opportunities to get involved with our internal and external events.
  • Secure, support and retain current and potential external fundraisers.
  • Support recruitment, meeting facilitation & fundraising initiatives for a young professionals' group.
  • Support all internal and external fundraising events as needed and assist 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 or event planning 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. 

How to Apply:  Please submit your cover letter, resume, list of three professional references and salary requirements by 1/29/21 to: Kris Teofilo, Make-A-Wish Wisconsin Northeastern Wisconsin Regional Office, 100 W. College Ave., Suite 50E, Appleton, WI 54911 or kteofilo@wisconsin.wish.org

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Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs:  Legal Advocate

Position Hours: 40hrs a week, M-F, including occasional weekends

Department: Legal and Systems Advocacy

Reports to: Sr. Manager, Legal and Systems Advocacy

Salary: $40,000-$50,000; based on experience

Location: 720 W 5th St. Appleton, Wisconsin

POSITION SUMMARY:  The primary responsibility of this position is to provide legal advocacy and supportive services to any survivor of domestic abuse, sexual violence, child abuse or human trafficking. The Legal Advocate (LA) provides clients with information about their legal/victims' rights. The LA helps to explain legal processes and court systems which include accompanying victims/survivors to all court hearings. The LA discusses possible outcomes and provides information and resources to help victims/survivors make informed decisions. 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

DIRECT SERVICES:

  • Provide victims/survivors of domestic violence understanding and information about the family, civil and criminal court systems. 
  • Provide victims/survivors of domestic abuse assistance in filing for and obtaining temporary restraining orders and injunctions. 
  • Ensure clients receive trauma-informed services including individual advocacy, crisis intervention, safety planning, emotional support and information and referrals through outreach including follow up calls and in-person advocacy. 
  • Work with community stakeholders to best advocate for the needs of the client/victim. 
  • Provide Court preparation and accompaniment and transportation for civil, family, criminal and probation revocation hearings as necessary. 
  • Provide assistance in filing for crime victims' compensation, victim impact statements for sentencing and guidance on statements for Temporary Restraining Orders. 
  • Advocate and intervene for/with clients in accessing services. 

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT:

  • Offer support to the Sr. Manager, Legal and Systems Advocacy. 
  • Work as a member of the Legal and Systems Advocacy Team to further develop the program and goals and objectives of the team.
  • Develop new materials to inform the community and staff of legal issues that impact victims/survivors of domestic violence and their children. 

NETWORK AND COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS: 

  • Must build and maintain positive working relationships with all system players important to the eradication of domestic abuse in our community (i.e., law enforcement, Department of Corrections, District Attorney's offices, other non-profit organizations). 
  • Collaborate with the Domestic Violence Intervention Program to educate the civil and criminal justice system on issues that affect victims of domestic violence and their children. 
  • Collaborate with Calumet County Outreach Coordinator to effectively provide advocacy to our rural victims/survivors. 
  • Advocate for certain actions or responses with prosecutors, police, attorneys, probation officers as requested by the survivors. 
  • Collaborate with community partners to build and organize the organization's legal resources. 

OTHER:

  • Attend all agency staff meetings, Calumet County CCR/SART meetings, Outagamie County Domestic Violence Intervention Team (DVIT) meetings and participate in on-call rotation. 
  • Other duties as assigned. 
  • The employee may perform some work-related travel. 
  • Work predominantly indoors but may need to go between different buildings. 
  • A criminal background check will be done prior to an offer of employment. 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Paralegal Studies, Pre-law, Women and Gender Studies, Social Work, Counseling, or other related degree preferred. 
  • Associate's degree in Paralegal Studies will be considered. 
  • Experience with diverse populations; showing multi-cultural competencies. 
  • Commitment to Equity, Inclusion and Diversity work as an active and ongoing process in an effort to better our community and future generations. 
  • Possess well-developed interpersonal skills, negotiation, writing, speaking, and listening skills. 
  • Plus, at least 3-5 years of case management work experience in a Legal/Human/Social Services setting. 
  • A strong understanding of our criminal, family and civil court systems are required. 
  • This role can require fast-paced decisions under high stress and strict confidentiality; preference will be given to individuals with such experience. 
  • High level of empathy/compassion for all victims/survivors is required; experience working with domestic violence victims preferred. 
  • Bilingual abilities are a plus.

For additional information, click here.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter by 01/15/2021 to hr@harborhousewi.org 

Application deadline: 01/15/2021 

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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Fox Valley Veterans Council - Community Engagement Manager

Job Summary:  The Community Engagement Manager position has been established for the purpose of ensuring that council goals are met, and services are provided in an efficient manner through grant development, community involvement, and effective branding. This position reports to the Pres ident and will facilitate duties from administrative duties to strategic planning. This position will also manage Veterans Emergency Fund casework and volunteers.

Responsible for:

  • Managing and conducting office administration actions including, data input, phone calls, correspondence, organize meetings, and overall office operations.
  • Helps develop grant strategy, research and identify grants to apply for and prepare grants for submission.
  • Assist in emergency funding requests and manage volunteers.
  • Design marketing products including website, social media and calendar content.
  • Assist in fund raising events, produce the annual report and collateral documents.
  • Must possess drivers license and be able to drive to events, lift at least 30lbs and possess excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills.
  • Ideal candidate is proficient in Microsoft 365 office, possesses basic knowledge of website and social media development, has fundraising experience, is a veteran or has strong desire to assist veterans.

Position is covered by a three-year grant with expectation that candidate increases fundraising to cover position after expiration of the grant. More details are available upon request or click here. 

How to apply:  Please send resumes and questions to Timc@foxvalleyveterans.org

Application deadline: 1/22/21

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  STAR Coordinator

Position Overview:  The STAR (Scholars on Target to Achieve Results) Coordinator is responsible for organizing school-based support using a culturally- responsive approach to ensure Black/ African American high school students are engaged in education and poised for academic achievement. Individuals will
work with students during the school day through 1:1 and group meetings, working to track levels of engagement by assessing attendance, behavior, grades, and credits earned. This position is part of a wider community initiative working to close the equity gap for Black/ African American individuals
in the Fox Cities community and therefore is highly collaborative and requires community level engagement and commitment.

Key Responsibilities:  (Not all-inclusive)

  • Develop trusting relationships with youth, families, school staff, Club staff, and community partners.
  • Collaborate with adults already involved with the youth - such as caregivers, teachers, case managers, counselors, and social workers.
  • Contribute to Club and school district efforts for advancing equitable school culture by conducting presentations, facilitating conversations, and participating in committees.
  • Facilitate communication and promote problem solving between home and school. Contact parents via phone, home visits, and email to share information and to develop plans to engage students in school and promote school success.
  • Ensure Be Great Graduate is implemented and meets established requirements and best practices for a small select group of students on caseload.
  • Support youth in developing skills necessary for school success (i.e., time management, study habits, problem solving, goal setting, etc.).
  • Link youth to relevant Club and community programs as part of a strategic effort to provide opportunities for participants to shine.
  • Organize activities and events for participants and families. Examples may include study skills workshops, social/recreational events, college and worksite tours, financial aid presentations, graduation celebrations, etc.
  • Participate in program outcome measurement processes including annual reflective practice and resulting STAR strategy development and implementation.
  • Participate in Club-based continuous improvement efforts.
  • Participate in school and community events and Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley activities.
  • Coordinate school site-specific support for Scholars including but not limited to additional mentoring, tutoring, and group-based support and opportunities.
  • Assist with Club fundraising events and opportunities, donor appreciation, and third-party special events.
  • Maintain open communications with Club staff to discuss issues, share information, and interpret and explain organizational mission and values, priority outcomes, and program objectives and standards.

Qualifications:

Education & Experience - requires a majority combination of the following:

  • Experience working with teens is required.
  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university is preferred.
  • Experience working within a school system or youth agency is preferred.

Other Qualifications:

  • Strong understanding / expertise in working with underrepresented students.
  • Persistence. A belief that all students have abilities, strengths, and can improve.
  • Ability and passion to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds, cultures, identity, and experiences.
  • Advocacy skills, including excellent communication skills and the ability to negotiate, compromise, and confront conflict in a productive manner.
  • Ability to work independently as well as within a team.
  • Knowledge of community and educational resources.
  • Knowledge of and ability to use computer software and equipment.
  • Belief that education is critical for future success.
  • Flexibility to connect with youth during school hours as well as some evenings and weekends, as needed.
  • The ability to work in a variety of settings.
  • Model a growth mindset; able to accept praise and critical feedback and seek evaluation.
  • Understanding of multi-faceted nature of Black culture and a desire to engage students in dialogue and reflection regarding personal and cultural identity.

To apply:  Go to: https://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/careers/

Application Deadline: January 15, 2021

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Fox Valley Memory Project:  Program Coordinator (Full-time)

Job Summary:  The full-time Program Coordinator will carry out the mission of FVMP to support and engage people living with memory loss, their care partners, and families in the more rural areas of the Fox Valley, initially Greenville and Hortonville.  The position reports to the full-time FVMP Program Coordinator. 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Engage and educate community leaders, local agencies, church groups and other local stakeholders about the mission and programs of FVMP;
  • Develop referral sources/systems in order to identify people with dementia and their care partners who will benefit from and participate in FVMP programs;
  • Design, coordinate, and execute social programs and support services including Memory Cafés, Mindworks Classes, special events, referral assistance;
  • Promote caregiver support programs, including Mosaic Health’s Reach Program;
  • Recruit, train, and assist volunteers as needed for program implementation;
  • Execute data reporting requirements as directed by funding sources including expenses, revenue, and participant involvement by program;
  • Work closely with the Marketing and Outreach Committees as needed

 Position Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree required in human services or related field
  • Two plus years of experience operating/leading social programs
  • Experience in activity development and facilitation
  • Working knowledge of aging and dementia
  • Strong writing and public speaking skills
  • Proven record of achieving goals
  • Ability to maintain positive relationships and work as a member of a team
  • Understand program evaluation and reporting processes

How to apply:  Send resume to Harper Smith at: harper@foxvalleymemoryproject.org

Application deadline: January 20, 2021

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Unit Director

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

Key Responsibilities (not all-inclusive):

  • Oversee the implementation and delivery of operations, programs, services and activities that facilitate achievement of Youth Development Outcomes.
  • Provide leadership, guidance and discipline to Club members and serve as the main liaison with Club families.
  • Provide program staff with resources and day-to-day supervisory support necessary for them to effectively implement learning programs.
  • Ensures programs and activities within the school have a clear vision and have widely understood short-term and long-term plans.
  • Written goals and objectives are established through a collaborative process and support the overall mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs.
  • Ensure a healthy and safe environment, ensuring facilities, equipment and supplies are maintained.
  • Foster positive public relations to increase the visibility of programs, services and activities within the Club and the community.
  • Participate in community events and groups.
  • Maintain open communications with Club staff to discuss issues, share information and interpret and explain organizational mission and values, priority outcomes, and program objectives and standards.

Qualifications: requires a majority combination of the following:

Education and Experience

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

How to apply:  Go to: https://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/careers/

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The Family Radio Network:  Administrative Assistant

Overview:  The Family Radio Network, Inc. operates the group of radio stations known as The Family and is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant.  This position will answer incoming calls, greet visitors, data entry, perform administrative tasks, writing and merging letters, taking staff meeting notes and running reports. 

Essential Job Duties:

  • Uphold and live out The Family Radio Network, Inc.’s mission, vision, and statement of faith.
  • Provide servant leadership as patterned by Christ. Compassionate, speaking the truth in love, soliciting feedback, spiritual maturity, fostering an atmosphere for The Family team to flourish.
  • Minister, pray and share the gospel with listeners and donors.
  • Maintains a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ.  Maintains a courteous, Christ-like attitude in dealing with people within and outside the organization.
  • Be actively involved in a local church. 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist callers and direct calls. 
  • Greet and serve visitors.
  • Receive prayer requests and pray with listeners, as needed.   
  • Enter and maintain donor records; merge and mail thank you letters; monthly and year end responsibilities; enter other A/R receipts.
  • Handle administrative tasks such as scanning, copying, filing, faxing, organizing, mailing, generating reports, setting up meetings and various website functions. 
  • Process all Volunteer applications.
  • Receive, sort, and distribute incoming mail.
  • Processing and mailing outgoing packages. 
  • Transcribe staff meeting minutes and distribute.
  • Support the CEO with Administrative Duties.
  • Use Outlook forms, as needed.
  • Proof reading.
  • Assist in organizing luncheons and events. 
  • Organize office supplies, various print materials, etc.
  • Attend promotional events, as needed.
  • All other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications:

  • Has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • Computer proficiency and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite with emphasize in Word & Excel. 
  • Strong people skills.
  • Professional verbal and written communications skills.
  • Accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Time management skills, self-starter and ability to multi-task.
  • Strong organization and planning skills.   
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure.
  • Team player.
  • Maintain confidentiality in all aspects of listener, clients, staff, and company information. 
  • Professionalism and excellence.

Experience and Education:

  • High School Diploma required. Associate Degree preferred.
  • 2-year minimum administrative, receptionist, data entry experience.

Classification: Full-Time, Non-exempt (Weekdays 8:30 am to 4:30 pm; occasional evening or weekend events)

Location:         Appleton

Reports to:      Business Office Manager

Benefits:          Please see current benefits policy. 

Application & Resumes: 

We are unable to consider resumes without an application.  Please complete our online application attached your cover letter and resume at:  TheFamily.net click on Careers.   

  • No out of state or out of country applicants please. 

The Family, WEMI-FM, WEMY-FM, WGNV-FM, WSTM-FM has established religious faith as a qualification for employment, as permitted by the FCC's instructions.

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Life Tools Foundation, Inc.:  Director of Development

Overview:  Obtain funds and public support by promoting the Life Tools Foundation interests and benefits to the community in Northeast Wisconsin. 

The Life Tools Foundation Mission:

Our mission at the Life Tools Foundation is to provide exceptional one-on-one tutoring for students from financially disadvantaged families, to allow them to maximize their learning potential and to confidently pursue their educational and personal goals. 

Responsibilities:

This job description should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of this position. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this job description.

  • Works to establish Fund Development Goals by studying The Life Tools Foundation’s objectives and needs, and cooperates with Board and management team in those efforts.
  • Guide Fund Development efforts by formulating fund development policies, procedures and programs.
  • Identify potential donors by examining past donation records, researching support given to other organizations, contacting local grant agencies and foundations and by establishing personal networks.
  • Prepare promotional literature and presentations by composing copy, designing layout, obtaining graphic art advice, and working with printers and media services as the PR point person.
  • Solicit funds and pledges by completing grant applications, answering inquiries, mailing literature, assigning responsibility for personal solicitation to Board members, volunteers and staff members, and by making personal visits and promotions.  Note: grant writing assistance will be provided to support this role.
  • Organize special fund raising and promotional projects such as Christmas appeals, capital campaigns, and annual fund raisers by setting objectives, targeting supporters, developing approaches and making solicitations.
  • Maintain direct responsibility for meeting annual fundraising goals.
  • Prepare Fund Development reports by collecting data, analyzing trends, summarizing information along with submitting monthly activity reports.
  • Develop and carry out yearly marketing plan.
  • Cultivate relationships with private donors.
  • Represent The Life Tools Foundation civically through club memberships.
  • Support the volunteers who participate in development projects.
  • Educate the community and promote the activities, events, and mission of the Life Tools Foundation through social media, public meetings and other methods. 

Qualifications:

The requirements listed below are representative of the education, experience, knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required for this position.

Education: Bachelor’s degree required

Experience: One to three years of fund-raising experience or equivalent preferred

For-profit experience a plus 

Skills:

Knowledge of:

  • Advanced presentation skills.
  • Computer applications related to the work including kills in database management applications, Word and Excel, managing websites, Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail.
  • Record keeping principles and practices; correct business English, including spelling, grammar and punctuation.
  • Speaking to a variety of individuals from various socio-economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, in person and over the telephone. 

Ability to:

  • Communicate exceptionally well orally, in writing and over the telephone. Clearly and effectively communicate in English, both orally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate strong managerial skills, as part of the management team.
  • Prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence and other written materials.
  • Use initiative and independent judgment; organize own work, set priorities and meet critical deadlines.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Cultivate relationships with the corporate and philanthropic community through Board members, private consultations and other professional connections.
  • Meet and work with the Life Tools Foundation Management Team regarding development goals, projects and results. 

Travel: Travel about the Appleton / Oshkosh / Green Bay community as needed. 

Work Location / Requirements: 40 -45 hours per week.  This is a work-at-home position with travel required as detailed above. 

Note: Please forward cover letter and resume via email to mvoet@LifeToolsFoundation.org 

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Grants Manager

JOB SUMMARY:  The key responsibility of this role is to assume a strategic approach in securing grants from a wide variety of sources such as foundations, corporations and government agencies. The Grants Manager will be responsible for identifying and analyzing available sources of funding, cultivating strong relationships with program officers and other key stakeholders, writing successful grant proposals, delivering effective grant reports and actively stewarding relationships with grantors.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Planning 

  • With the support of the Director, develops and implements plans and efficient workflows for increasingly and strategically raising grant funds from local, national and international sources of support
  • Continuously seeks out and identifies grant opportunities, monitoring closely to determine best fit with Rawhide's strategic priorities and advising on the feasibility of different approaches
  • Researches and keeps track of relevant grant opportunities and other sources of support through various specialized databases and search tools
  • Manages a detailed grants calendar with all deadlines and key milestones—letters of inquiry, proposals, reports, follow-ups, etc.
  • Develops and writes compelling cases for support that are well aligned with Rawhide's brand strategy 

Relationship-building, Grantsmanship

  • Meets and builds close relationships with program officers and other key points of contact in order to fully understand eligibility criteria and application deadlines for upcoming grant opportunities
  • Plans, writes and prepares grant proposals and reports in accordance with deadlines, guidelines and specific criteria for funding
  • Accurately and enthusiastically represents Rawhide's vision and organizational strategy in verbal and written communications
  • Ensures compliance with the conditions of grant agreements and on time reporting
  • Follows up with managers to ensure that grants are allocated appropriately and funds are being spent on schedule
  • Effectively communicates successes, challenges and learnings along the way to key stakeholders—both internally and externally. 

Other

  • Participates in other activities within the Development team as needed; helps plan and contribute to the success of cultivation, stewardship and special events
  • Reviews and analyzes the success of grant seeking strategy, proposing changes as required
  • Evaluates and interprets qualitative and quantitative data, and prepare reports Actively contributes to building a strong fundraising culture at Rawhide
  • Develops excellent working relationships with Rawhide colleagues to ensure maximum timely collaboration for preparing grant applications and reports
  • Understands, safeguards and presents the brand identity of Rawhide 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Bachelor’s degree required

Experience: Minimum of 3 to 5 years development experience with an emphasis on grant writing and related written communications 

Competencies:

  • Excellent communication skills; both written and spoken
  • Advanced copywriting, editing and proofreading skills
  • Familiarity with local, regional, and national foundation, corporate and government funding sources
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
  • Ease of communication with all types of colleagues and stakeholders
  • Excellent project management and organizational skills with the ability to balance multiple projects, competing demands and changing priorities
  • Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and/or other fundraising databases/CRMs, an asset
  • Ability to be self-directed and to take initiative
  • Excellent qualitative and quantitative data analysis and synthesis skills 

Please apply online: https://rawhide.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=165

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin:  Therapist

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

Family Services' Counseling Clinic is seeking a full-time licensed Therapist to join our team who will serve clients in our Menasha clinic location.  We are a highly committed group of professionals who work and thrive as a team.  We provide comprehensive counseling services for families and people of all ages.  If you love your work, are committed to this field, and are able to work well on a team, please apply. 

Applicants should possess a LCSW or CAPSW and qualify for insurance plans including Medicare. Licensure in good standing and willingness to work some evening hours are required. 

To apply, visit www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin:  Therapist

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

Job Summary:  Our Triumph program is a collaborative student mental health program between Family Services and the Kimberly, Kaukauna, and Little Chute school districts. The program is designed for students who are struggling with their mental health and academics, as well as students returning to school from a higher level of care. Triumph is currently seeking a full-time therapist with LPC, LCSW, LMFT, CAPSW, or LPC-IT 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 The Triumph program follows the Kimberly School District calendar.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Candidates will have licensure and/or certification that is in good standing; preference is given to fully licensed candidates (LCSW, LPC, or LMFT).
  • Candidates must be eligible to provide services through Medical Assistance and other third party reimbursement.
  • Three years of experience in human services or related field is required.
  • Preferred candidates will have three years of experience providing outpatient therapy.
  • 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 at www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

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Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity:  Store Associate (Part-time)

Our ReStore locations need store associates willing to support our mission to provide affordable housing.

Job Summary:  This is part-time position, 10-25 hours a week. ReStores are open Tuesday-Saturday, closed Sundays and holidays. 

The successful candidate will help maintain the back room, sales floor and common areas while ensuring a clean and safe work environment, excellent donor and customers experience, and a pleasant volunteer work experience. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Makes decisions regarding donations, pricing, donor and volunteer interactions following established policies and procedures. 
  • Evaluate the condition/acceptability of incoming donations and ensure that policies are followed regarding unacceptable items.  
  • Clean and price incoming materials, following established pricing procedures and criteria. 
  • Coordinate the flow of incoming materials either into the store or a designated processing area to ensure a restock of purchased goods and cultivating a culture of a well recovered sales floor. 
  • Load and unload vehicles receiving or delivering materials to/from the store. 
  • Ensure that all areas of the backroom, store and surrounding areas clean and safe. 
  • Maintain the security of the backroom, instituting appropriate policies to minimize theft. 
  • When requested, drive or assist the drivers in moving ReStore merchandise. 
  • Adhere to established safety procedures and ensure a safe work environment for volunteers, customers and donors. 
  • Ensure quality customer, volunteer and donor relations, and address comments and grievances in a timely and professional manner. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned, including cleaning bathrooms and breakrooms and mopping as scheduled by the supervising team. 
  • Develop strong, positive and lasting relationships with staff and volunteers throughout the organization. 
  • Communicate with donors and customers, primarily on program-specific duties. 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Experience: 

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. 
  • Superior time management and organizational skills, with exceptional attention to detail. 
  • Ability to identify and establish priorities, work independently, and exercise sound judgment related to providing support and assistance. 
  • Outstanding interpersonal communication skills which must be effective and courteous, requiring high integrity when dealing with a broad array of backgrounds. 
  • Able to lift at least 50 lbs. 
  • Valid driver's license with a good driving record. 
  • Able to work in a retail/warehouse environment, and receive training on and safely operate material handling equipment such as hand trucks, pallet jacks, forklifts and a 24’ box truck with a lift gate. (Training provided.)

Interested candidates should send resumes to Amy Pelishek, executive assistant, amyp@foxcitieshabitat.org.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Marketing Specialist

Job Summary:  The Marketing Specialist assist Rawhides Marketing efforts by executing effective marketing strategies, assisting with campaign development, analyzing the effectiveness of each campaign and developing collateral for our programs, services and events. This position will be responsible for upholding duties such as compiling and organizing marketing materials, project management, website updates, creating marketing presentations, assisting with market research, and creating and tracking of advertising and internal and external-facing marketing activities.

Essential Functions: 

  • Collaborate with marketing team to coordinate brand awareness and marketing efforts to reach the target audience through appropriate channels (print, social media, e-mail, TV etc.)
  • Works with cross functional teams to implement creative content to promote various fundraising events and campaigns.
  • Develop in collaboration with the marketing team, marketing strategies for events, projects, direct mail, social media and website.
  • Manage project management functions for all major marketing activities across the campus. (Rawhides Fish Fry’s, Annual Gala, Appeal Letters, Campus Video shoots, Vehicle Department Advertising etc.)
  • Assist in analyzing marketing data (campaign results, conversion rates, traffic etc.) to help shape future marketing strategies.
  • Responsible for management of web presence and maintains website ensuring that information is dynamic, current, and correct while tracking metrics for monthly reporting
  • Manages email marketing database in Mailchimp
  • Assist in marketing budget management (monthly budget tracking, reporting and invoicing)
  • Manages various marketing collateral ordering, shipping and distribution for cross functional teams across Rawhide
  • Act as assistant editor for print, audio, video, and e-communications through coordination with the Marketing Manager and Creative Writer Conduct market research and identify trends to be used in campus wide marketing efforts.
  • Assist with capturing on campus photos and videos (Daily activity shots, executive, board, therapist bios, resident photos etc.)
  • Undertake individual tasks of a marketing plan or other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing or in a related field with 3 or more years of marketing experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Detail oriented, keen eye for brand consistency
  • Strong people and organizational skills.
  • Creative and innovative thinker and planner
  • Collaborative in nature with a positive attitude
  • Experience working in a cross-functional organization.
  • Capacity to manage multiple projects simultaneously and work within a deadline driven environment
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively while exercising judgment and discretion        
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint)
  • Knowledge of Google Analytics and web analysis tools and WordPress, is a plus
  • Knowledge and experience in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator) is a plus. 

Please apply: https://rawhide.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=164

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Lakeside Packaging Plus:  Production Workers (Part-time)

LOOKING FOR SOME EXTRA $$?

NOW HIRING: PART-TIME PRODUCTION WORKERS (Up to 29 hours per week, Hand assembly & Packaging) OSHKOSH & NEENAH LOCATIONS

PICK YOUR OWN SCHEDULE THAT FITS YOUR NEEDS!

 LPP is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • Build your work history/resume
  • Create a stepping-stone for your next work role
  • Create a positive work reference
  • Potential to lead to fulltime work at Lakeside Packaging Plus
  • Clean, safe & supportive work environment
  • Simple & easy sign-up process
  • No prior experience required
  • Work independently
  • Sit down positions available
  • Minimal physical requirements

No weekends, nights or holidays

Flexible workdays M-F with hours between 7:30am – 4:00pm

Immediate openings. Call for a no-obligation tour…check us out! 

(920) 231-0870 Ask for Mark, Troy or Mary

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Youth Development Specialist

Job Summary:  The Youth Development Specialist will be responsible for 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.  Ensure programs, services and activities will prepare youth for success, promote safety of members and quality in programming.  The Club environment is healthy, fun, safe, clean, and well maintained. 

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for creating an environment that actively engages Club members in programs and activities and encourages participation by all members in order to meet program goals.
  • Create an environment that facilitates the achievement of Youth Development Outcomes and attracts members with appropriate displays, information and recognition.
  • Assist with regular evaluations of programs and activities.
  • Record attendance accurately (participation numbers) for all programs/activities facilitated.
  • Prepare periodic activity reports, including participant data, for communication to constituents and others with an interest and/or need to know.
  • Assist with new member registration and participate in the Club orientation process.
  • Provide guidance and role modeling to members.
  • Ensure that programs and activities occur daily as scheduled.
  • Ensure that all equipment needed is gathered and in working order prior to each program and/or activity.  
  • Monitor programs, services and activities to ensure safety of members, quality in programs and appearance, and cleanliness of the unit. At the end of the day, ensure all program areas are clean and trash is picked up.
  • Follow mandated child abuse reporting policies.  
  • Facilitate one “On the Spot Fun” activity daily.
  • Communicate stories of member accomplishments with Unit Director/Branch Director and made available for Board reports, constituents and others with an interest and/or need to know.
  • Ensure that the Club is promoted in a positive manner.  

Qualifications:

The Youth Development Specialist position is a part time, professional human service position requiring a majority combination of the following:

  • A High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • College or teaching experience in a related field preferred.
  • Basic knowledge of youth development, behavior management techniques, principles of effective youth development programming, and CPR/First Aid.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills, ability to motivate and inspire and manage behavioral situations.
  • Ability to exude confidence and maintain control of a safe and positive youth development environment.
  • Ability to work independently and efficiently; managing multiple tasks and developing solutions to problems with limited supervision.
  • Ability to assist with supervision of adult and teen volunteers.
  • Ability and desire to work with youth age 6 to 18 in a variety of environments, including one-to-one, small group, and large group settings.
  • Ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Club personnel, Board of Directors, collaborating partners and Club parents.

To apply go to:

https://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/careers/

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Youth and Family Counselor

Job Summary:  The Youth & Family Counselor will provide mental health counseling to youth and their families addressing and treating mental health challenges and mental health concerns. Counselor will employ culturally competent, trauma-informed approaches and strategies to diagnose, treat, and support clients and their families achieve progress and goals. 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide mental health counseling to individuals, families, and groups to improve mental health through live, in person sessions and live electronic platform sessions (i.e., Telehealth counseling).
  • Assess and treat mental health challenges for a wide range of presenting concerns.
  • Support clients and families in defining goals, engaging with the treatment plan, and counseling process to move toward successful discharge.
  • Employ evidence-based practices that are culturally responsive and trauma-informed.
  • Maintain good working relationships with support networks, government resources, and community resources.
  • Contribute to continuous improvement efforts/activities, training/development, and organizational initiatives.
  • Participate in agency-wide events and activities.  

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Counseling or Social Work required.
  • Licensed as LPC/LPC-IT or APSW/LCSW required.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively work with youth and families.
  • Strong oral communication including ability to coordinate communications between multiple stakeholders while honoring privacy.
  • Strong written communication with ability to accurately and succinctly maintain client records.
  • Counseling skills that include knowledge of counseling methods and application, ability to establish strong effective therapeutic alliance. 

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

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Crossways Camping Ministries: Intern, Waypost Camp (temporary positiion, ending October 2021)

Waypost Camp is located in Hatley, WI and provides an incredible opportunity to engage guests in both faith development and environmental education. As part of Crossways Lutheran Camping Ministries, Waypost collaborates with the staff and volunteers of two other year- round camps, the administrative office, and 140 ELCA congregations.

Job Summary:  Member of Lutheran Outdoor Ministries and ACA accredited. Waypost Camp hopes to recruit and equip someone looking to get into professional camping administration. The intern will experience the seasonal variety of camp life, gaining a year of outdoor ministry experience

For a full job description please see our website at https://www.crosswayscamps.org/employment

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Covey:  Caregiver, Flexible Shifts & NO Holidays (Part-time)

Caregiving is a rewarding job.  It is always worth it when you see the difference that you make in the life of someone else.  We have an extraordinary team that has a passion to make a difference. 

We have a part-time Caregiver position opening in our Appleton location for 1st and 2nd shift. 

What you will be doing as a Caregiver:

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

We offer some pretty great benefits, they include:

  • We are closed Thanksgiving and Christmas
  • Competitive Wages, Starting at $12+
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Paid Training
  • Wear Jeans to Work
  • Building Connections with Clients & Staff
  • Get Paid to Participate in Fun Outings with Clients
  • Retirement Plan & Company Match

We provide on-the-job training:

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

Apply at www.covey.org/careers

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CASA of the Fox Cities:  Volunteer Advocate Coordinator

CASA of the Fox Cities, an Outagamie County child advocacy organization, is accepting applications for a Volunteer Advocate Coordinator.

Job Summary:  The Volunteer Advocate Coordinator assumes responsibility for supervision, case management, and coordination of assigned advocates to ensure children who have experienced abuse and neglect receive quality advocacy in court. Spanish-speaking candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Employee must be willing to work occasional early mornings, evenings, weekends, or more hours than normally required in a week in the event of special circumstances. Any non-exempt employee working more than their regularly scheduled hours will be compensated according to FLSA. 

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social service-related field or the equivalent combination of education and experience, or a law degree
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience supervising, managing, and coordinating volunteers
  • Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis related to child abuse and neglect
  • Experience with child welfare systems strongly preferred (especially in Outagamie County)
  • Ability to train, supervise, and empower volunteers to be effective advocates
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) is required.
  • The ability to sit and/or stand for periods of 8 hours or more.
  • Must have the ability to ambulate into office buildings, such as court, and children’s homes, to conduct site visits. This may involve climbing steps.
  • The ability to lift up to 30 pounds occasionally is required.
  • A valid driver’s license is required to travel to site visits, court appointments, other travel as required to complete case work.
  • Must complete CASA of the Fox Cities Advocacy Pre-Service Training (30 hrs.)
  • Successful completion of a background check is a condition of employment.

Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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

To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume including salary requirements, to dawn@casafc.org, with the subject line “CASA Volunteer Advocate Coordinator.” No phone inquiries please. Deadline November 16th. 

COVID-19 precautions:

  • Remote interview process
  • Personal protective equipment provided or required Social distancing guidelines in place
  • Virtual meetings
  • Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place 
  • Our office is currently closed to the public.
  • Court appearances are done remotely.
  • Staff are working a combination of in-office and remote hours as workload dictates.
  • We have also staggered the days that employees are in the office to reduce exposure.

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin:  Director (Clinical)

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 Summary:  We are seeking a full-time human services leader to fill a Director position.  This position is responsible for the overall leadership of several clinical based programs.  The Director position reports to the Vice President of Programming and Strategy and is responsible for the leadership and overall financial and operational performance, client outcomes, clinical licensing compliance,  growth, leadership development and funder management of assigned programs.  This position participates in a key leadership team that provides direction and contributes to the success of the entire agency. 

Responsibilities:

This Director is responsible for:

  • Demonstrating Family Services' core values and behaviors in their work while fulfilling Family Services mission to protect, heal and care
  • Meeting all program objectives including; clinical integrity, client outcomes, revenue, expense and funder management within assigned programs
  • Mentoring and professional development of program leaders
  • Building strong community relationships with funders and community partners
  • Program growth and development to respond to community need and Agency objectives
  • Participate in the development and strategic objectives of the Agency
  • Securing and maintaining funding for assigned service areas including marketing and relationship strategies. 

Qualifications:

Qualified candidates will have:

  • A minimum of a Master's Degree in Social Work or related field and licensed in the state of Wisconsin as LPC, LCSW, or LMFT
  • A minimum of 5 years' experience managing related human services programs
  • Previous experience managing multiple programs and leaders
  • Familiarity with both Fox Valley and Green Bay provider communities
  • Being responsible for client outcomes and financial performance
  • Developing and implementing new programming and experience managing contracts is preferred. 

Successful candidates will also have:

  • A valid driver's license and acceptable driving record in order to drive for business purposes
  • Be responsive to a range of managers and programming both 24/7 and clinical
  • Understand the impact of trauma and be committed to trauma informed care
  • Be a strategic and creative thinker
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and influence others
  • Ability to think systematically
  • Develop ideas clearly and communicate professionally and effectively both at the oral and written level with a variety of different personalities
  • Understand and work with basic accounting principles
  • Ability to manage the performance of multiple programs with multiple leadership
  • Be able to collaborate with other leaders and function as a team with shared goals
  • A willingness to continually learn and grow
  • Demonstrated sound judgement and decision making skills is also important. 

To apply, visit www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin:  Director

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 Summary:  We are seeking a full-time human services leader to fill a Director position.  This position is responsible for the overall leadership of several community based programs serving children and families with a primary focus of abuse and neglect prevention.  The Director position reports to the Vice President of Programming and Strategy and is responsible for the leadership and overall financial and operational performance, client outcomes, growth, leadership development and funder management of assigned programs.  This position participates in a key leadership team that provides direction and contributes to the success of the entire agency. 

Responsibilities:

This Director is responsible for:

  • Demonstrating Family Services' core values and behaviors in their work while fulfilling Family Services mission to protect, heal and care
  • Meeting all program objectives including; client outcomes, revenue, expense and funder management within assigned programs
  • Mentoring and professional development of program leaders
  • Building strong community relationships with funders and community partners
  • Program growth and development to respond to community need and Agency objectives
  • Participate in the development and strategic objectives of the Agency
  • Securing and maintaining funding for assigned service areas including grant writing, marketing and relationship strategies. 

Qualifications:

Qualified candidates will have:

  • A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in a related field or equivalent experience
  • A minimum of 5 years' experience managing related human services programs
  • Previous experience managing multiple programs and leaders
  • Being responsible for client outcomes and financial performance
  • Developing and implementing new programming
  • Experience managing contracts and grant writing, with a foundational knowledge of early childhood programming preferred. 

Successful candidates will also have:

  • A valid driver's license and acceptable driving record in order to drive for business purposes
  • Be a strategic and creative thinker
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and influence others
  • Ability to think systematically
  • Develop ideas clearly and communicate professionally and effectively both at the oral and written level with a variety of different personalities
  • Understand and work with basic accounting principles
  • Ability to manage the performance of multiple programs with multiple leadership
  • Be able to collaborate with other leaders and function as a team with shared goals.
  • A willingness to continually learn and grow
  • Be flexible and passionate about prevention and early childhood services
  • Sound judgment and decision making skills is also important. 

To apply, visit www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

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Wisconsin Reading Corps:  AmeriCorps Elementary Literacy Tutor

Position Summary:  Thousands of Wisconsin students need help in reading and you can make all the difference. Become a reading tutor today and be more for these students. 

As a Reading Tutor, you will serve at an elementary school helping students in kindergarten through third-grade to become better readers. With great training and on-site coaching, we will prepare you to work one-on-one or in small groups to help kids develop their reading kills and confidence! Students make the most progress when you are there, so our tutors serve during school hours and are needed for the whole school year. 

We are currently recruiting for the 2020-21 school year. 

What to Expect

  • Be a change maker by providing one-on-one or small group reading help during school hours. 
  • Be the reason struggling students build confidence and skills. 
  • Be ready to grow by participating in on-site coaching sessions two times per month to review student progress and get feedback. 
  • Be impactful by participating in raining and ongoing professional development. 
  • Be the motivated and represent Reading Corps at school-sponsored activities (e.g., family night) to help build awareness of Reading Corps and early literacy. 
  • Be an ambassador of the program by sharing your experience with the wider community. 

Perks Package

Give your time as a tutor and you'll receive a scalable perks package based on your service commitment of Full-Time 35 hours per week. 

Perks at Full-Time 35 Hours per Week:
Stipend (paid every two week) - $445.00
Education Award - $2,321**
Eligible for Free Bus Pass - $1,575 value
Federal Student Loan Forbearance & Interest Repayment
Individual Health Insurance (premium 100% paid)

Child Care Assistance (based on family size and income) 

 *Tutors receive both a living stipend and an optional housing stipend. The housing stipend is $88 for a full-time tutor paid bi-weekly. 

**The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award can be used to pay tuition or repay qualified student loans.  Individuals 55+ may gift their award to their child, grandchild or foster child.

What it Takes

Great tutors come from all walks of life, the most important qualification is a desire to help children succeed. That said, you also need to meet the following minimum qualifications by the time you begin your service. 

  • Are dependable and have a history of good attendance
  • Able to understand and follow directions 
  • Can set a pace and maintain a schedule with students
  • Have basic computer skills (like email and navigating on-line systems)
  • Can speak, read, and write English fluently
  • 18 years of age or older with a high school diploma or equivalent
  • A citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States*
  • Have served three or fewer terms with AmeriCorps State or National Programs
  • Agree to and successfully complete a background check

*Applicants who have received deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security are not eligible to serve as AmeriCorps members at this time. 

To Apply:

You can apply directly on our site: www.wisconsinreadingcorps.org or click HERE to begin your application.  

Have Questions?

We would love to hear from you! Contact us at 414-269-2554 or wisconsin@readingcorps.org

About our Organization

Wisconsin Reading Corps is an AmeriCorps program that supports students in Kindergarten through third grade become successful readers. Started in 2015, the program has helped more than 2,000 students improve their skills and become better readers. A rigorous third party evaluation has consistently shown that students who have Reading Corps make greater gains. What's more - students with traditional risk factors make even greater gains than their peers! Reading Corps is replicated nationally in 12 states and the District of Columbia. 

Wisconsin Reading Corps is administered by Reading & Math Inc., a national nonprofit based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Reading & Math Inc. also administers Florida Reading CorpsMinnesota Reading CorpsMinnesota Math CorpsGeorgia Math CorpsMinnesota Opportunity Corps and Minnesota Recovery Corps

Reading & Math Inc. will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, family status, disability, sexual orientation, age, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request. This document is available in alternative formats.

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Foundations Health & Wholeness:  Foster Care Regional Director

STATUS: Full time/Non-exempt                        REPORTS TO:  Foster Care State Director

LOCATION: Central WI - Stevens Point, WI     SALARY: $50,000 - $60,000 

JOB SUMMARY:  The Regional Director is responsible for the daily operations of the area’s treatment foster care program in accordance with program goals, policies, and procedures.

The position provides oversight of the clinical and case management services for children and adolescents with emotional/behavioral issues, families, and treatment foster families in our program. This includes completing Quality Assurance reports to ensure foster homes are meeting Chapter 56 requirements and providing training for foster parents.

The Regional Director monitors the area program to ensure compliance with state programs and policies and is responsible for recruitment and growth in the program as well as supervision and support of foster parents to ensure program success.

Note: This position will work generally between our Green Bay and Fox Valley offices for an initial training period of six months. After the initial training, the position will primarily report in central Wisconsin.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES                                                                                    

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Responsible for recruitment of new foster parents
  • Complete licensing, re-licensing and training of foster parents
  • Coordinate and facilitate positive relationships with counties and referral sources
  • Meet bi-weekly with children and foster parents
  • Oversee day-to-day functions in regional program
  • Design and facilitate program recruitment plan to ensure regular program growth
  • Ensure all state requirements are being met in foster homes
  • Maintain an understanding of all program and clinical processes and paperwork
  • Respond to both internal and external program grievances
  • Maintain an understanding of trends and ongoing program development
    • Participates in committees both internal and external to address Social Policy regarding foster care and children aging out
    • Other duties as assigned by State Director, Treatment Foster Care

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Qualified candidate must possess/meet the following requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited school of Social Work or related field; Master’s degree in Social Work is preferred
  • Licensed/certified under Chapter 457, Wis. Stats
  • 2 years of post-degree social work experience in a supervisory capacity including family or child welfare
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills
  • Hold and maintain a valid driver's license
  • Excellent communication skills 

VALUES

  • Place a high priority on professional conduct and quality
    • Be willing to make a professional and personal investment in the future of the organization and its mission
    • Promote an atmosphere of fun and friendship
    • Acts with integrity towards colleagues, clients, and community members
      • Be comfortable and committed to the integration of spirituality and faith in our relationships with our colleagues and clients 

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to cspates@wearefoundations.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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Junior Achievement of Wisconsin:  Development Coordinator (Part-time)

Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc. is seeking a part-time Development Specialist to help advance Junior Achievement’s mission by assisting with fundraising strategies, donor acquisition and stewardship, donor database management, special events coordination, grant proposals and fulfillment, and brand awareness. 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: 

1. Assist the JA Inspiring Tomorrows Campaign by helping to secure funding and sponsorships through the production and dissemination of print and online fundraising proposals, collateral, email marketing, and advertising.

2. Manage confidential donor database system to ensure efficiency and timeliness in processing donor records, donations, acknowledgements, student scholarships, reports.

3. Coordinate JA student, JA volunteer, and fundraising events through the annual cycle of planning to final reporting.

4. Actively research donor prospects, prepare summaries, and coordinate prospect materials.

5. Provide support to Board of Directors fundraising and other activities, coordinate and record monthly Board meetings.

6. Assist with preparation of grant applications and final reports.

7. Regularly gather and post content to JA – Winnebago and Northeast Region social media sites. Update JA – Winnebago Area webpages as needed. 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience with 2-3 years of proven success in nonprofit development work. Must have excellent customer relations skills, demonstrating strong professional and ethical conduct at all times. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Teams) and donor database management software. Ability to work independently, problem-solve, manage multiple projects simultaneously, and meet deadlines. Proven knowledge of English grammar and professional writing skills. Knowledge of the Oshkosh-Appleton-Green Bay donor communities preferred. Flexibility to work early mornings and evenings on occasion. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  The physical demands described below 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.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to:  sit, walk, occasionally required to reach with hands and arms, continually required to talk or hear, occasionally required to bend, lift, or climb, frequently required to lift and carry light weights (25-50 lbs.), and specific vision abilities include: close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust or focus. 

The above position description is not all inclusive and is not an implied contract of duties performed. It is a general overview of position responsibilities.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and a resume to ktylke@jawis.org

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Covey:  Director of Program Development

REPORTS TO:  CEO

JOB SUMMARY:  The Director of Program Development - Program is responsible for the identification of service gaps to Covey’s target market and works to develop innovative, viable and sustainable solutions that drive organizational growth and provide increased market value through program/service differentiation.   All responsibilities are undertaken in a manner that is congruent with and demonstrates a commitment to Covey’s mission and core values. 

COVEY’S MISSION AND CORE VALUES

Mission:  Empower people with disabilities and their families to fully engage with the community.

Core Values:  Respect, Excellence, Integrity, Independence 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions. 

Market Analysis and Program Development

  1. Solicits community input to identify program/service needs/gaps, and to improve performance of existing programs.
  2. Monitors trends/service needs/gaps to adapt/expand/create programs and services to meet the changing needs of Covey’s target population.
  3. Leads ideation exercises, investigates market needs, defines unique value propositions, performs competitor analysis, conducts customer needs interviews and surveys, and creates business cases for high-potential new program concepts.
  4. Identify and evaluate risks associated with the program and incorporate risk controls into the program design.
  5. Develop a program evaluation framework to continually monitor program effectiveness and make recommendations for changes to improve effectiveness.
  6. Ensure that programs are designed to operate within guidelines and regulations of all relevant legislation, incorporates best practices and professional standards, as well as the policies, procedures and ethical standards of the organization.
  7. Assist in the development of systems to document and accurately report on program activity and outcomes.  Collect and maintain data used for statistical purposes and evaluation purposes.
  8. Manages a pipeline of opportunities, projects and programs in various stages of development.
  9. Recommends and initiates improved and enhanced designs of existing programs to create value to existing customers and growth opportunities.  Evaluates and makes recommendations regarding the continuation or discontinuation of under-performing programs.
  10. Represents Covey on various multi-organization committees, for example CCOT committee, as one avenue to identifying client unmet needs and potential opportunities 

Fiscal and Reporting Responsibilities

  1. Within established guidelines, establishes development and operating budget for any new programs under consideration.
  2. Develops funding proposals, grants and other sources of donor funding.  Monitor and manage the use of these funds within the guidelines established with the funder.
  3. Develops and implements method and procedures for monitoring projects under development, such as preparation of records of expenditures and research findings, progress reports and other information to inform management and the Board of Directors of the current status of each project.
  4. Ensure programs’ compliance with contractual obligations and grant requirements to ensure accuracy and timeliness of reporting.

Community Relations

  1. In partnership with others on Covey’s leadership team, develops opportunities for new funding streams and contracts within the community including local, regional, and federal government entities.
  2. Participates in efforts to strengthen and build partnerships with organizations with compatible missions/values, aimed at fostering the development of collaborative projects.
  3. Engage in community outreach promoting Covey’s programs and service to increase the organization’s visibility with potential partner agencies, participants, funders and donors. 

QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in human services leadership, business, non-profit management, or similar field
  2. 5+ years of experience in non-profit program development, including identifying unmet needs and developing solutions to address these needs
  3. Experience in establishing, managing and leading new initiatives and strategic priorities
  4. A strong desire to build and create new solutions that align with customer needs.
  5. Critical thinking abilities (ability to convert customer needs into innovative solutions)
  6. Ability to articulate new opportunities, create buy-in, and establish vision for growth while maintaining a strategic business perspective.
  7. Ability to drive program expansion and recognition throughout the community
  8. Excellent communication skills at all levels, including strong collaborative skills. 
  9. Comfortable making decisions with some level of ambiguity and uncertainty.
  10. Proficient knowledge of technology
  11. Ability to maintain confidentiality
  12. Must be able to pass an ongoing criminal and driving records check

PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions:

Constant (67-100%) - Sitting, Finger Manipulation (typing, writing, grabbing)

Frequent (34-66%) - Standing, Walking, Operating a Motor Vehicle

Occasional (1-33%) - Pushing/Pulling/Carrying, Kneeling, Crouching, Crawling, Twisting, Climbing Stairs, Reaching Overhead, Lifting and Carrying 0 to 20 pounds

Never (0%) - Lifting and Carrying 21 to 100 pounds

EQUIPMENT USED:  Standard office equipment.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

Most work performed indoors in a temperature-controlled environment.  Occasionally work may be performed outdoors in varying weather conditions.  Occasional travel to off-site meetings, customer sites, competitor sites or training may be required. 

OTHER DUTIES:

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.  Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

Covey is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. The company is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized because of such a request.

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Jake's Diapers:  Director of Community Engagement

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

Essential Duties:

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

Qualifications:

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

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

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

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

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Appleton Housing Authority:  Residential Maintenance Tech

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

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

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

QUALIFICATIONS:

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

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

Appleton Housing Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Oshkosh Area Community Pantry:  Program Manager

Reports to:      Executive Director     Supervises:     Volunteers 

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

Essential Duties:

Program Management:

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

Marketing, Branding, Recruitment and Outreach:

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

Fund Development:

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

Community Outreach:

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

Minimum Qualifications:

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

Preferred Qualifications:

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

Working Conditions:

Physical Demands:

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

 Non-Physical Demands:

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

Environmental Demands:

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

 Work Schedule:

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

Demands/Deadlines:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Primary Responsibility:

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

Major Position Functions:

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

 Hours:

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

Qualifications:

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

Preferred (NOT required) Peer Support Experience:

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

Values:

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

Our Values:

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

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

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

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

POSITION SUMMARY:  Provides vocational and programmatic support to individuals both in-house and on community-based work sites.  Assists the Case Manager in implementing and documenting individual rehabilitation plans.  Communicates relevant issues and progress to the Case Manager.  

QUALIFICATIONS: 

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

To apply, please email a cover letter with resume to: mpitsch@vpind.com

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

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

Minimum Qualifications:

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

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

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

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

CAP Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Appleton Housing Authority:  Property Manager (Part-time)

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

Responsibilities: (not inclusive)

Leadership

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

Leasing and Marketing:

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

 Qualifications:

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

Minimum Qualifications Required:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Job Duties:

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

Essential Skills:

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

Environment & Working Conditions:

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

Position Measurements:

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

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

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Covey:  Adult Day Service Program Manager

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

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

 Will be responsible for:

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

We offer some pretty great benefits, they include:

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

Qualifications:

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

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer 

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

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Goodwill NCW:  Director Finance Operations

How My Position Supports our Mission:

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

Key Responsibilities: 

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

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

How I Will Be Safe:

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

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

 What I Must Bring: 

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

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

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

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Mission of Hope House:  Client Support Representative

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

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

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

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

Preferred skills include:

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

Compensation:

We offer a competitive salary commensurate to candidates relevant experience.

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

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

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

Essential Duties:

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

Required Skills:

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

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

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

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

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Covey:  Caregiver - Oshkosh (Part-time)

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

We offer some pretty great benefits which include:

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

We provide on-the-job training for:

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

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

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

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer 

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

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Opportunity Development Centers:  Mental Health Coordinator

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

Education and Experience: 

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

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

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

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

Verbal/Written Communication: 

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

Work Environment: 

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

REPORTS TO:    Mental Health Professional/Supervisor 

RESPONSIBLE FOR:   No Other Staff

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

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin:  Bilingual Therapist

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

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

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

To apply, visit www.familyservicesn.org/careers

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Green Bay Botanical Garden:  Development Assistant 

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

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

ALTRU DONOR DATA BASE:

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

DEVELOPMENT:

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

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

MEMBERSHIP:

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

 EVENTS:

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

OTHER DUTIES:

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

 EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS REQUIRED:

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

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

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

Info@gbbg.org

Green Bay Botanical Garden

2600 Larsen Road

Green Bay, WI  54303

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Neenah Animal Shelter:  Executive Director

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

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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

OTHER JOB DUTIES

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

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and TRAINING

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

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

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

Salary Range:  $35k to $50k.

To apply:  Email resume to Nancy@neenahanimalshelter.org

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CAP Services, Inc.:  Director of Asset Management

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

Worksite:  Wautoma, WI or negotiable

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

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

Full-time, 37.5 hours, exempt

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

Deadline: 5pm, February 28, 2020.

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Pillars, Inc.:  Data Analyst

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

Duties and Responsibilities:

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

Core Competencies and Qualifications:

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

Education and/or Experience:

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

Compensation:

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

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

Send resume and cover letter to:

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

Pillars is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer

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

$500-$1000 New Hire Bonus

Agape offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes:

• Flexible schedule

• Competitive salary

• Paid Vacation

• Paid Personal Days

• Group Health insurance

• Group Dental insurance

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

How to Apply:  

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

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

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time  

Salary Range: $12.30 - $13.05/hour

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Bubolz Nature Preserve:  Development/Markeing 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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