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The Brigade: Communications Coordinator 

The Communications Coordinator (CC) is the focal point of all communications internally and externally at the Brigade and Onaway.  

Essential Functions: • Build & maintain accurate contact database of Brigaders, donors, volunteers, employees & board members. • Produce database reports as requested. • Develop and maintain a system for information sharing within the organization and oversee its continuing effectiveness and efficiency. • Manage on-line registration and fundraising tools. • Maintain social media including but not limited to Web Site & Facebook. • Create communication/marketing plan in cooperation with Development Director. • Write grant proposals in cooperation with Development Director. • Generate thank you letters for donations and volunteers. • Assist with creation of Award books, Camp books and Member Handbook with Program Leaders & Office Manager. • Create & distribute monthly calendar. • Coordinate all external bulk mailings. • Oversee printing of external materials. • Create & update forms as directed.

Other Functions: • Greet visitors and handle incoming phone call. • Manage internet portals at Brigade & Onaway. • Manage passwords for temporary volunteers and renters. • Obtain and maintain CPR certification. • Proficient in boat operations at Camp Onaway.  

Education:  Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred.  Relevant experience in combination with other levels of education may be considered.  

Qualifications and Experience: • 3-5 years’ experience working in a not for profit preferred. • Advanced writing skills in grant writing, public relations and marketing material. • Ability to multi-task in a high energy environment. • Above average proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, Google, Squarespace. • Etapestry experience highly recommended. • Experience working in a professional office setting.

Working conditions: Work is generally performed within an office environment, with standard office equipment during the Building Leaders Program season.  Work is occasionally performed at Camp Onaway in Waupaca, WI during the Summer Camp season.  Occasional need to work before and after normal business hours as well as on weekends for special events.  

Physical requirements:  While performing the duties of this job during the Building Leaders program, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, and talk or hear.  The employee is frequently required to stand and walk.  The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  

While performing the duties of this job during the Summer Camp season, the employee is frequently required to stand and/or walk for long periods of time.  The employee must also be able to navigate several flights of stairs in a day.  The employee is frequently required to traverse uneven and loose terrain.  The employee must also be able to sit, use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, and talk or hear in large groups.  The employee must regularly lift and or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  

Benefits: • Health and Dental Insurance  • PTO vacation/sick time off  • 403(b) retirement plan  • Great work environment. 

Please forward resume and cover letter by November 9th, 2018.  BRIGADE@BGBRIGADE.COM , Attn: Search Committee, Or  The Boys’ & Girls’ Brigade, PO Box 665, 109 W Columbian Ave, Neenah WI 54957-0665. Attn: Search Committee.  

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United Way Fox Cities: Corporate Engagement Coordinator

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

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

  1. Work cross-departmentally, particularly with the Resource Development and Community Development teams to:
    1. Execute strategic volunteer/engagement opportunities that ensure impact.
    2. Strengthen company relations and become knowledgeable about diverse workplace partners’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) goals. Respond to and fulfill volunteer/engagement requests strategically to assist workplace partners in reaching their CSR goals and to help employees understand, experience, and feel connected to the work of United Way.
  2. Plan and execute a variety of volunteer/engagement activities, projects, and programs (e.g. Books for Kids pack, Fox Cities Diaper Bank repack, etc.).
  3. Develop, implement, and maintain volunteer/engagement processes, including:
    1. Create a calendar to include both short- and long- term opportunities
    2. Respond to all inquiries
    3. Assist with sign up
    4. Enter and manage records
    5. Coordinate orientation
    6. Follow up with thank you messages
    7. Collect feedback (e.g. surveys) from participants
  4. Create a branded “LIVE UNITED” experience to deepen employee knowledge about United Way’s work and community issues, utilizing presentations and other methods as appropriate.
  5. Research and develop best practices for volunteer/engagement:
    1. Recruitment
    2. Retention
    3. Appreciation
  6. Maintain and deepen strong nonprofit agency partnerships to identify and manage up-to-date records about high-quality volunteer/engagement opportunities that fulfill community needs.
  7. Track and report outcomes showing the relationship between volunteer/engagement and giving, as well as the impact of volunteer/engagement activities, projects, and programs.

Qualifications:

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

Desired Skills and Abilities:

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

Reports to: Vice President of Resource Development. Schedule: Part-time: 20 hours per week (schedule varies and includes occasional weekends, evenings, and other non-traditional hours).  

To apply:  Please send cover letter and résumé to resourcedevelopment@unitedwayfoxcities.org Applications will be reviewed as received. Poisition open until filled.  

United Way Fox Cities is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin: Volunteer Services Coordinator 

Did you know that hunger lives in Wisconsin? When you join our team, you’ll come to work each day knowing you are solving hunger. Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin (FAEW) is the leading hunger-relief organization in the state. Last year we distributed 27,000,000 pounds of food to our member agencies who gave it to those in need. Something we couldn’t have done without the help of volunteers.  

As our Volunteer Services Coordinator, you’ll work with our volunteer groups to ensure the time they spend with us is engaging and rewarding. You’ll orient them to safe food handling techniques, train them how to complete their projects for the day, answer their questions, and tell them about FAEW and its mission. 

Your Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Working collaboratively with the Volunteer Engagement Coordinator to schedule dates and times for volunteer shifts, which include days, evenings and weekends.
  • Greeting, orienting and training volunteers as they begin their shift.
  • Ensuring compliance with safe food handling guidelines.
  • Supporting and engaging volunteers as they work.
  • Serving as the point of contact for volunteers’ questions and needs.
  • Staging the work area with products and supplies prior to the arrival of each volunteer group.
  • Replenishing products and supplies as needed.
  • Cleaning and reorganizing work area after each shift is complete.
  • Accountability for the upkeep, cleanliness and appearance of the Volunteer Center and related areas. 

Our Requirements:  Two or more years of experience is in a similar position . High School Diploma or G.E.D.. Ability to actively engage large groups of diverse individuals. Exceptional communication skills and impeccable customer service focus. Experience and comfortability speaking before large groups. Ability to prioritize multiple projects efficiently and within strict timelines. Ability to collaborate across departments and work within a team setting. Ability to excel in an atmosphere of continuous change and improvement. Computer literacy (i.e. Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Primarius). Valid Driver’s license, proof of insurance and transportation to support work activities. Must be able to see, talk and hear to exchange accurate information with internal and external individuals. Ability to consistently bend, twist, climb and reach above shoulders, kneel, squat, sit, stand, work in work in a warehouse cold environment (-10 to +80 degrees), and lift 50 pounds. Experience in a warehouse environment a plus. Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends.

We offer:  Robust health, dental, and vision plans, 11 days PTO, 10 paid holidays, life, short- and long-term disability insurance and a 401(k) plan. Are you looking for that reason to come to work every day? Make our mission your mission and you’ve found it. 

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

To apply, send resume and salary history to: smarshall@feedingamericawi.org, lwollenberg@feedingamericawi.org, cfaulks@feedingamericawi.org, and ttorbeck@feedingamericawi.org

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Best Friends of Neenah Menasha: Accountant

The Accountant will assure accurate and legal accounting practices, keep organization financially fluid by timely processing all activities needed for payroll and cash flow and create annual budget and report trending of related to budget and cash flow. The Accountant will work directly with the Executive Director and Boards of Directors, to establish financial strategic direction and subsequently monitor and maintain its progress.  

Primary Responsibilities:  Create Annual Budget using information about present and future plans for Best Friends •Analyze past financials to predict future budget needs. •Use information on present and future plans to predict changes in budget needs. •Report on current status of budget on monthly basis. 

Report on trending for budget and cash flow •Maintain accurate financial reports showing deviations from budget amounts. •Research reasons for significant differences between actual and budgeted amounts. •Meet with Executive Director monthly to discuss budget and trends.  

Manage cash flow on an ongoing basis  •Prepare deposits and checks for bills on timely basis. •Create cash flow statements monthly. •Review cash flow to assure that transfers are made as needed to assure required cash needs are met. •Reconcile checkbook, savings accounts and endowment account. Prepare and record any necessary accounting entries.  

Process all payroll data and analyze data for accuracy in accordance with federal and state laws •Prepare payroll based on employee timecards and enter payroll amounts on back website. •Remit federal and state tax and 401K payments and all related payroll liabilities. •Prepare required quarterly and annual state and federal payroll forms. •Track employee’s vacation and sick time, earned and remaining.  

Create reports as needed for United Way, Endowment fund, Board of Directors •Prepare midyear and yearend financial documents in United Way’s required format. •Prepare monthly reports required by Executive Director and Board of Directors. 

Qualifications: •Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance from four-year college or university or an Associate degree in accounting or finance, with a minimum of three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.•  A minimum of three years of work experience managing the accounting functions in a non-profit agency, or equivalent experience. • 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 staff, Board members, volunteers, and other related agencies. 

This position is Part-Time at 16hrs/week.  Apply with your cover letter and resume to: Jaime Kriewaldt, Executive Director at Jaime@bestfriendsnm.org.

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Fox Valley Memory Project: Program Coordinator 

Program Coordinator, PEO Employer Lease with St Paul Elder Services. 

Description:  Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Program Coordinator will carry out the mission of Fox Valley Memory Project (FVMP). The Program Coordinator strives to build communities that support, engage, and include those with dementia and other forms of memory loss disabilities along with the family and friends who care for them. Furthermore, the Program Coordinator will work to create dementia-friendly communities where the fear and isolation associated with memory loss are eased by connecting people with one another and with resources to live well.

Primary Responsibilities:  • Design, coordinate, and execute social programs and personal services such as memory cafés, bus trips, meet ups, memory loss resource consultations, and care partner supports.  • Regularly collaborate with community agencies and businesses to support the mission of FVMP.  • Recruit, develop, and supervise volunteers to facilitate memory cafés and other activities.  • Accomplish established goals and objectives. • Manage and update Facebook, FVMP website and Constant Contact. • Accurately perform administrative/clerical tasks.  • Provide community education on dementia and memory loss disabilities. • Generate awareness of FVMP throughout the community. • Execute data reporting requirements as directed by funding sources. • Track direct service programs expenses and revenue; ensure appropriate spending. • Work closely with the Program Committee. • Support Purple Angel training and occasionally participate as a Purple Angel trainer. • Participate in professional development as directed by the Executive Director. • Support grant writing, fundraising, and outreach opportunities as directed by the Executive Director. • Perform all other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree required in field of human services or related field.  • Minimum of 2 years of experience operating/leading social programs or nonprofit leadership experience. • Working knowledge of aging and dementia. • Strong writing skills and adept at public speaking. • Proven record of achieving goals. • Ability to maintain positive relationships and work as a member of a team. • Proficient with technology. • Understand evaluation processes. 

This position is full-time and benefit eligible. Apply with your cover letter and resume to: Jill H Grambow, Executive Director at  jill@foxvalleymemoryproject.org

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Valley Packaging Industries Inc: ADRC Assistant - Winnebago County 

Are you searching for a rewarding career for a company that makes a difference in our community? If so, we have the job for you. Winnebago County ADRC in partnership with Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. is accepting applications for an ADRC Assistant in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 

Job Duties: The ADRC Assistant assists the ADRC I & A and CLTS staff in their work with consumers who are applying for public assistance and need assistance with preparing financial, medical and other documents related to applications for entitlements and other programs, to ensure that documents are in place and deadlines for applications are met.  Performs other duties as required.  • Assists ADRC and CLTS staff in gathering financial information and documentation for consumers in the application process for economic and employment support programs and other public assistance programs (such as Medical Assistance, Food Share, W2, BadgerCare Plus, etc.).  • Assists customers with completing applications and related documents when needed (either paper or online versions).  Assisting customers includes activities within the office, by phone, by email and in person at their home.  • Act as a liaison between the ADRC and Economic Support (ES).  • Assists customers in communicating with agencies during the application process and in the review process in order to enable necessary correspondence and provision of information between customer and agency, which may include any or all of the following:  reading and understanding documents, writing, assisting with translators, and using computer for email and online information.  • Inform ADRC customers about community agencies and make appropriate referrals to create networks with other related agencies and resources.  • Enters customer data into appropriate data bases and inform both ADRC staff and Economic Support Specialist when information is entered and customer is ready for eligibility determination.  • Documents activity with each customer in a consumer data base.  This documentation and 100% time reporting must be timely.  • Assists ADRC staff in securing necessary resources for consumers in need, such as finding housing, arranging or providing short term transportation, errands including shopping for clothing and food, picking up medications, etc.  

Qualifications:  High school diploma or equivalent. Two years of experience working with various publicly funded programs preferred. Ability to read, understand and implement complex instructional materials. Ability to gather and organize information and documents and verify accuracy. Ability to follow goals, policies and procedures of employer and the workplace. Computer and programming skills related to Microsoft Office products and knowledge or ability to learn data base entry in to CARES, ACCESS and other data bases. Ability to determine priorities, plan and organize work to meet deadlines. Ability to work independently, budget time and schedule work to efficiently complete tasks. Ability and skills to exercise sound judgment and discretion in the application and interpretation of state, county and department policies and regulations. Ability to work with others who may have disabilities that limit independence and affect their ability to communicate with others and agency staff. Ability to work as a team member within the ADRC and respective county divisions. Ability to complete necessary documentation as required by ADRC (such as CARES and 100% MA Time Reporting).  

Schedule and Pay Rate:  Hours will be Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Salary ranges from $32,000-$36,000. 

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

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Literacy Program Manager 

The Literacy Program Manager serves as a resource and is responsible for the planning, development and oversight of literacy programming, most specifically the Page Turners Literacy Program.  This position will provide essential leadership in evolving and maintaining an excellent literacy program for the Boys & Girls Club members of the Fox Valley targeting members who require remediation of their reading skills.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Deliver management in a wide range of reading assessments, analysis of reading assessment data, and reading intervention programming.
  • Work cooperatively and collectively with Unit Directors and school staff to ensure instructional programs and services are coordinated and are administered uniformly and equitably.
  • Work supportively and jointly with the grants manager in researching and applying for educational grants and other funding sources that serves to support and advance the initiatives and mission of the Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley.
  • Provide leadership in the identification and implementation of instructional practices, delivery systems, and formative assessment that maximize member’s growth in reading.
  • Stay current on research and best practices in the area of reading pedagogy.
  • Assists with the recruitment of reading tutors for the Page Turner’s Literacy Program.
  • Trains volunteers for the program
  • Plan and assist with Literacy Focused family engagement activities
  • Collect, analyze and report data in regards to grants.
  • Collaboratively work with donors, board members, and other staff to ensure grant expectations are being met.
  • Must be able to effectively evaluate programs and make program recommendations or changes based on the success of the programs.
  • Assist in special events, fundraisers or program events.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Senior Director of Youth Development Services.

Qualifications  - requiring a majority combination of the following:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education preferred
  • Elementary classroom experience with a reading certification or license preferred
  • Deep knowledge of reading, writing and literacy development
  • Advanced knowledge of some or all of the following:  child and adolescent development, behavior management techniques, principles of effective youth development programming
  • Experience in facilitating, developing and implementing youth development programs
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Passion for youth development and mission of the organization
  • Ability to communicate effectively with young people from diverse backgrounds, ages 6-18, parents and other organizational personnel in a courteous and professional manner
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to motivate and inspire
  • Ability to work independently and efficiently

Send cover letter and resume to bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org  or apply online:  https://www.bgclubfoxvalley.org/get-involved/careers/

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Outagamie/Calumet County Foster Care Program: Emergency Resource (ER) Home(s)  

The Outagamie/Calumet County Foster Care Program is recruiting foster homes interested in learning more about becoming an Emergency Resource (ER) Home for 2019. ER Homes accept placement of Outagamie/Calumet County children who come into care through emergency-type situations.

Important facts about ER Homes:

  • ER Homes must first become licensed as a level 2 foster home for Outagamie/Calumet County in order to be contracted for this position.
  • One parent needs to be home full-time or have a very flexible work schedule.
  • ER Homes must have at least two beds designated for emergencies in order to be considered a resource. They will care for no more than four foster children (six to keep siblings together).
  • Placements in an ER Home will not exceed 60 days.
  • When on-call, ER Homes must accept placement.
  • ER Homes are required to drive children to their school of origin, even if the child attends a different school district.
  • ER Homes receive a placement rate prorated by the number of days a child is placed in their care. They also receive an on-call daily rate when on rotation. Currently the rotation is on a weekly basis.

For more information, contact Jody Richter, Social Worker/Foster Care Coordinator, Outagamie County Government Center, Children, Youth and Family Department at 920-832-5037.

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Habitat for Humanity ReStore: Assistant Store Manager

The ReStore Assistant Manager supports the day-to-day operations to meet the sales goals of the Habitat ReStore. This role is responsible for ensuring that all sales, merchandising, cash-handling, and customer service processes run smoothly and efficiently while providing an exceptional experience for volunteers, donors, customers and staff in a safe and clean environment. This is a Full-Time position.

Responsibilities:

  • Opening and closing of the ReStore for scheduled daily hours. Varying shifts, typically within Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 6:30 pm and Saturday 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.
  • 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.
  • Under the supervision of the Store Manager, oversee and maintain daily and weekly volunteer assignments while providing training, supervision and evaluation of store volunteers in a positive and affirming manner.
  • Manage front-of-store operations, cash management, customer service, and volunteers in accordance with established policies and guidelines.
  • Ensure quality customer experiences for every shopper and volunteer.
  • Provide support for donation intake and inventory management while overseeing volunteers in the process of sorting, cleaning, and pricing while ensuring shared work stations remain safe, decluttered, organized, and clean.
  • Manage the merchandising and utilization of store signage in a way that maximizes sales, while ensuring that all materials are priced with consistency and accuracy.
  • Provide input for pricing guidelines by monitoring competitive merchandise market environments.
  • Conduct price audits on a routine basis.
  • Assist in implementing markdown systems used to ensure adequate inventory turn.
  • Provide feedback for the transfer of merchandise to and from offsite locations to ensure sufficient inventory levels.
  • Provide support for accurate monthly inventory and reporting for all purchased goods and fiscal year-end inventory for all goods.
  • Articulately communicate donation acceptance guidelines.
  • In coordination with the Store Manager, develop and manage in-store special events such as but not limited to sales, classes, donation drives, recycling events, orientations, and trainings.
  • Provide supporting content to develop and maintain an active social media presence for multiple outlets.
  • Assist in staff development and communication by contributing supporting content for weekly staff meetings and identifying outside training opportunities.
  • Administrative work including but not limited to writing procedures, training material, store signage.
  • Continually improve the overall appearance of the ReStore and store operations to maximize efficiencies, and ensure that all areas of the store and surrounding areas are clean and safe.
  • Performs all necessary duties and assume responsibility for the store in the absence of the Store Manager and Assistant Store Manager – Back Room.
  • Provide support to all Appleton Habitat ReStore locations
  • Participate in Point of Sale system operations, reporting and maintenance.

Qualifications:

  • Experience working with volunteers is critical
  • Proven ability to merchandise visual displays in a retail environment
  • Building materials and/or furniture a plus
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Outlook, Excel
  • Use of forklift, palette jacks, and experience driving commercial vehicles a plus
  • Willingness to learn is critical
  • Retail management experience is preferred
  • Warehouse and inventory management experience is preferred
  • Strong interpersonal skills with a pleasant, professional and caring personality
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to multitask in a fast paced, ever-changing, retail environment
  • Knowledge of building materials is a plus

TO APPLY:  Please send cover letter and resume to Amy Ristow at  amyr@fchabitat.org

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc: Machine Operator 

Are you searching for a rewarding career for a company that makes a difference in our community? If so, we have the job for you. Valley Packaging Industries, a local non-profit aimed at helping those who are disabled or disadvantaged, is accepting applications for Machine Operators for our Kensington Drive location in Appleton. 

Job Duties:  The Machine Operator is responsible for performing various tasks to set-up, operate, monitor, troubleshoot and perform preventative maintenance on assigned machines, ensuring the interminable and efficient running of production.  The Machine Operator will also be responsible for adjusting machine settings to complete tasks accurately, according to specifications and in a timely fashion.  The main goals expected of this position are to meet all customer product needs, help coordinate production line activities, reduce machine downtime, improve product quality, obtain or exceed targeted throughput, and reduce maintenance department calls.  

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. At least 3 years of production experience, preferably with machine operation experience. Ability to work effectively in a team environment. Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-speed environment, follow standardized work procedures and adhere to safe work practices in a continuous improvement team environment.  

Schedule and Pay Rate:  Hours will be Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. with some overtime possible. Pay starts at $11.00 per hour.  

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

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Catholic Charities: Mental Health Therapist

Under supervision of the Manager of Clinical Services, this full-time position provides a wide range of psychosocial services, including assessment, diagnosis, counseling, therapy and/or crisis intervention services to a specified client population in the Waupaca, Wautoma, Oshkosh and minimally Appleton areas.  Individuals will work in an environment requiring a high degree of independence and program coordination.  Leads and trains other therapists, students, and/or interns, as appropriate to the position and as assigned by Manager of Clinical Services. 

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:  “Embrace the mission and vision of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay and work in accordance with Catholic Social Teachings and the moral and ethical values of the Catholic Church.”

  • Minimum of Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW), Counseling, Psychology or other related human service specialty. 
  • 3,000 hours certified
  • Wisconsin Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker License
  • Wisconsin, federal, and professional codes of conduct, ethics, regulations and laws
  • Interviewing and evaluation of mental health clients
  • A range of counseling and therapeutic techniques in area of specialty
  • Knowledge of clinical operations and procedures
  • Knowledge of community mental health resources
  • Knowledge of community health care and vocational services
  • Knowledge and understanding of clinical counseling principles, programs and methodology
  • Knowledge of community support services and funding agencies
  • Cultural diversity and the relationship to counseling services
  • Medical conditions related to mental health concerns
  • Knowledge and/or experience of domestic violence treatment/interventions helpful
  • Conflict resolution
  • Documentation of professional work in written and electronic format
  • Oral, written, and electronic communication skills
  • Accurate diagnosis of common mental health disorders and conditions
  • Skill in examining and re-engineering operations and procedures, formulating policy, and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures
  • Critical thinking and creative problems-solving
  • Ability to apply mental health counseling methods and techniques
  • Ability to observe, assess, and record symptoms, reactions, and progress in counseling
  • Ability to evaluate the progress of therapeutic programs and to make modifications
  • Ability to lead and train staff and/or students as appropriate
  • Ability to provide presentations to community groups
  • Ability to receive constructive feedback and make changes in behavior or interventions
  • Ability to operate without direct supervision and rely on consultation and indirect supervision of work in order to meet client needs
  • Ability to maintain professional and personal boundaries with clients
  • Ability to tolerate emotionally sensitive information and perform appropriate interventions
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality in accordance with laws, agency policies and ethical codes
  • Ability to work collaboratively within a multi-service agency
  • Ability to work with clients and staff of various religious faiths
  • Ability to establish rapport with a wide variety of clients 

REFERRED: • Preference to MSW.

To Apply:  Send resume and cover letter to Paul Doell at  pdoell@gbdioc.org  .

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Catholic Charities: Mental Health Therapist – Catholic Faith Integration 

Under supervision of the Manager of Clinical Services, this full-time position provides the integration of the Catholic faith within a wide range of mental health services, including assessment, diagnosis, counseling, therapy and/or crisis intervention services to a specified client population in the Appleton area.  Individuals will work in a Christ centered environment requiring a high degree of independence and program coordination.  May lead and trains other therapists, students, and/or interns, as appropriate to the position and as assigned by Manager of Clinical Services. 

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:  “Embrace the mission and vision of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay and work in accordance with Catholic Social Teachings and the moral and ethical values of the Catholic Church.”

  • Must be a practicing Catholic in good standing of a diocesan parish
  • Minimum of Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW), Counseling, Psychology or other related human service specialty. 
  • 3,000 hours certified
  • Wisconsin Professional Counselor or Licensed Clinical Social Worker License
  • Wisconsin, federal, and professional codes of conduct, ethics, regulations and laws
  • Interviewing and evaluation of mental health clients
  • A range of counseling and therapeutic techniques in area of specialty
  • Knowledge of clinical operations and procedures
  • Knowledge of community mental health resources
  • Knowledge of community health care and vocational services
  • Knowledge and understanding of clinical counseling principles, programs and methodology
  • Knowledge of community support services and funding agencies
  • Knowledge of Church Teachings relating to the person (such as Theology of the Body)
  • Knowledge and understanding of Cultural diversity and the relationship to counseling services
  • Working knowledge of Medical conditions related to mental health concerns
  • Knowledge and/or experience of domestic violence treatment/interventions helpful
  • Conflict resolution
  • Documentation of professional work in written and electronic format
  • Oral, written, and electronic communication skills
  • Accurate diagnosis of common mental health disorders and conditions
  • Skill in examining and re-engineering operations and procedures, formulating policy, and developing and implementing new strategies and procedures
  • Critical thinking and creative problems-solving
  • Must possess the ability to integrate Catholic faith, Church teachings, and prayer into therapies as appropriate to clients served
  • Ability to apply mental health counseling methods and techniques
  • Ability to observe, assess, and record symptoms, reactions, and progress in counseling
  • Ability to evaluate the progress of therapeutic programs and to make modifications
  • Ability to lead and train staff and/or students as appropriate
  • Ability to provide presentations to community groups
  • Ability to receive constructive feedback and make changes in behavior or interventions
  • Ability to operate without direct supervision and rely on consultation and indirect supervision of work in order to meet client needs
  • Ability to maintain professional and personal boundaries with clients
  • Ability to tolerate emotionally sensitive information and perform appropriate interventions
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality in accordance with laws, agency policies and ethical codes
  • Ability to work collaboratively within a multi-service agency
  • Ability to work with clients and staff of various religious faiths
  • Ability to establish rapport with a wide variety of clients

PREFERRED: • Emmaus certificate  • Master’s degree in Social Work.

To Apply:  Send resume and cover letter to Paul Doell at  pdoell@gbdioc.org  .

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National MS Society: Executive Vice President, Individual Giving and Corporate Relations

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society mobilizes people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS. To fulfill this mission, the Society funds cutting-edge research, drives change through advocacy, facilitates professional education, collaborates with MS organizations around the world, and provides programs and services designed to help people with MS and their families move their lives forward. We partner with volunteers to accomplish our work. Staff members engage volunteers through effective and timely communications, facilitating meaningful opportunities, and continually seeking and providing feedback for reciprocal growth and learning.

WORK LOCATION: FLEXIBLE - SOCIETY OFFICE BASED. This position will be located to our nearest office, Hartland, WI.  The Executive Vice President, Individual Giving and Corporate Relations is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and, as such, must maintain a broad knowledge of the Society, uphold our culture, contribute to strategic discussions and ensure development and achievement of an integrated Society plan and budget. Working effectively on leadership teams; creating a high performing teams and contributing to increasing capacity through professional development is a primary responsibility.

Responsibilities: • Responsible for annual revenue performance in excess of $68 million gross and exceeding budgeted net revenue.  • Develop, implement and achieve a comprehensive strategy for: Individual giving and corporate revenue focusing on pipeline, cultivation, and growth while capitalizing on areas of high potential. Ensure success of Individual Giving Advisory Committee and Donor Relations Committees.  Relationship managementfocusing on execution and improvement of three revenue meetings (1:1 Coaching Portfolio, relationship review and revenue performance meetings); and building organizational readiness and adoption of constituent relationship management practices.  • Ensure development of an integrated operational plan and budget; measure and report on progress to the plan and implement adjustments to address risk and opportunities. Ensure clarity of all staff in their responsibilities in execution and achieving revenue targets.  Increase individual giving and corporate revenue through acquisition, retention and fundraising performance by individuals, teams and corporations and through strategic plan accelerators (volunteer engagement, innovation, digital and technology, strategic partnerships and awareness).  • Maintain knowledge and high level expertise in individual giving, corporate relations, major donor and planned giving strategies and trendsand external factors affecting revenue performance. Seek perspectives and understand practices of other organizations.  • Supervise Vice Presidents in building high performing teams; develop and grow staff and volunteer skills and capacity. Develop and actively support professional development plans.

Qualifications: Minimum Education:  Bachelor of Arts or Science.

Minimum Experience: • A minimum of ten (10) years of progressive non-profit leadership. A demonstrated successful leadership experience with a history of job growth and advancement.  • Experience in an organization with geographically dispersed operations. Ability to work independently while functioning in a matrix-oriented environment.  • Knowledge of nonprofits and experience in leadership volunteer committee work and leadership volunteers in a collegial relationship with staff.  • Ability to direct and motivate staff and volunteers and create strong relationships with a wide range of constituents. • Demonstrated competency in:  Plan and budget development and resource management.  Community engagement, logistics and volunteer engagement; Effective interpersonal relationship building and management;  Ability to build trusting, open, and honest relationships.  Coaching individuals and teams to improved performance and professional development. • Must have strong executive presence; and the ability to present to and connect effectively with many people.  • Superior written/verbal communication skills and the ability to effectively present complex ideas.  • Knowledge of change management principles and practices. • Ability to consistently demonstrate the Society's Operating Principles including cultural values. • Must be willing and able to travel -- up to 50% of the time - throughout the country. • Must be highly productive while working independently with advisory direction. 

Requirements/Other - Technical/Other: • Commitment to the mission, vision, cultural values, and expectations of the National MS Society  • Strong knowledge of MS Office computer programs including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint  • Constituent relationship management and online meeting tools.  �