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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  HR Recruiter

JOB SUMMARY:  Oversees the recruiting, interviewing, hiring of new employees (hourly and salary positions), and consults with all department managers on a regular basis for hiring needs. This individual will be charged with reducing employee turnover and leading orientations for both locations. Will assist in supporting the HR team with tasks as needed. 

ABOUT YOU:

  1. Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, Business or related field or equivalent experience - required.
  2. Three (3) years' recruiting experience in a fast-paced; high-turnover environment - preferred.
  3. Strong organizational and time management discipline; ability to multi-task.
  4. High level proficiency in using Microsoft office software; MS Word, Excel, and Outlook (UKG and NAV preferred, but not required).
  5. Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

 A DAY IN THE LIFE AS AN HR RECRUITER AT VPI:

Builds applicant sources by researching and contacting community services, colleges, employment agencies, recruiters, media and internet sites; providing organization information, opportunities and benefits; making presentations; maintaining rapport.

  • Works with department managers on creating, updating, and posting job descriptions.
  • Determines applicant requirements by studying the job description and job qualifications.
  • Collects and screens applicants for staff positions by collaborating with department managers.
  • Assists with interviewing, scheduling, and selection processes.
  • Sends appropriate correspondence to all applicants in a timely manner.
  • Oversees the hiring of production/warehouse employees and works with temporary staffing services to fill company needs.
  • Coordinates and presents new hire orientation program(s) for production/warehouse employees.
  • Prepares reports weekly and as needed, for all areas in the Human Resource Department.
  • Maintains knowledge of trends and best practices in talent management, organizational management, and employment law.
  • Provides excellent support addressing team member questions and concerns at all levels.
  • Create and maintain a positive relationship with all employees, staff and hourly, by providing exceptional interpersonal skills.
  • Supporting internal and external inquiries and requests related to the HR Department. T
  • Take appropriate disciplinary action against employees who violate VPI's rules and regulations, along with addressing employee grievances. 

Base pay:  $40,000/year

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

ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients' and customers' needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.

How to apply:

Please email resume to hr@vpind.com or apply online at www.vpind.com

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Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity:  Executive Assistant

Do you want a career where you get to work with great people and enjoy knowing that you will have a life-long impact on the families Fox Cities Habitat serves?

The Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity has an opening for an Executive Assistant.

Title: Executive Assistant

Reports to:  Chief Executive Officer

Direct Reports:  None

FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt

Classification:  Full-time

Compensation:  $20/hour

Click on the link below to review and position and apply:

https://foxcitieshabitat.org/executive-assistant/?utm_source=United+Way&utm_medium=web+site&utm_campaign=career+posting&utm_id=Executive+Assistant

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Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity:  Director, Finance

Do you want a career where you get to work with great people and enjoy knowing that you will have a life-long impact on the families Fox Cities Habitat serves?

The Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity has an opening for a Director, Finance.

Title: Director, Finance

Reports to:  Chief Executive Officer

Direct Reports:  Staff Accountant (part-time)

FLSA Status:  Exempt

Classification:  Full-time

Compensation:  Based on experience

Click on the link below to review and position and apply:

https://foxcitieshabitat.org/finance-director/?utm_source=United+Way&utm_medium=web+site&utm_campaign=career+posting&utm_id=Finance+Director

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YMCA of the Fox Cities:  Program Executive Director

The YMCA of the Fox Cities is seeking an Executive Director to lead all programs at the Appleton branch. This is a full-time exempt position. 

Job Summary:  The Program Executive Director will lead, develop, and manage department directors including but not limited to the following departments: Aquatics, Fitness and Wellness, Sports, Swim Team, Child Care and Before/After School Programs. The Program Executive Director will be a connector in community engagement, volunteer engagement, lead YMCA program initiatives, and support member engagement. This is a high level leadership position that will be focused on budget management, Annual Campaign fundraising, strategic plan actions, and involvement with the Board of Directors committee; along with supporting the District Executive Director in day to day branch operations. 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in a related field to the position, or equivalent.
  • Previous experience in a YMCA leadership capacity including managing staff and budget responsibility is preferred.
  • Candidate's background should include strong human relation skills, budgeting, fiscal management, financial development, program management, volunteer and staff development, committee and board relations, and leadership. 

Benefits:

Come join us at the Y, Work that Matters! Full-Time Benefits: Free Family Y Membership; Excellent Program & Child Care Discounts; PTO/Sick/Holiday Pay; Health/Dental/Vision Insurance; 403(b) Retirement Plan; Fully-funded 12% Retirement Plan upon eligibility; Flexible Spending Account; Fun, Family Friendly Environment! 

Here, you can apply your experience, knowledge and abilities, while discovering new talents within yourself as you affect positive change in the lives of those around you. Whether you enjoy working with kids, adults or seniors, the benefits of working at the YMCA stay with you for a lifetime. Discover your passion at the Y!

How to apply:   https://secure4.entertimeonline.com/ta/6149200.careers?ShowJob=453255317

Application deadline: 11/12/2021

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Appleton Housing Authority:  Maintenance Supervisor

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

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

Working knowledge of building and grounds management is preferred as is demonstrated preventative maintenance skills and methods. Must be computer literate. Excellent salary, pension and benefit package. Send your Resume' to: D. Dillenberg, Appleton Housing Authority 925 W. Northland Avenue, Appleton, WI  54914 or debrad@appletonhousing.org  No phone calls please.

Salary:  $65,000-$75,000

How to apply:

Send your Resume' to: D. Dillenberg, Appleton Housing Authority 925 W. Northland Avenue Appleton, WI 54914 or debrad@appletonhousing.org No phone calls please.

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The Grand Oshkosh:  Custodian

Position Purpose:  This position is responsible for the day to day upkeep, cleaning, and light maintenance of the Historic Grand Opera House and The Grand's administrative offices.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Sweep and mop floors, vacuum carpets, shampoo or steam-clean carpets and rugs as needed
  • Wash and sanitize toilets, sinks, and showers - and restock disposables (e.g. soap, paper products, etc.)
  • Wipe mirrors and windows
  • Ensure spaces are prepared for the next event by taking out trash, tidying furniture, and dusting surfaces
  • Mix cleaning solutions and chemicals in preparation for cleaning, according to instructions
  • Perform basic maintenance and light repairs under the Facility Manager's direction including painting, door handles, minor leaks, and bulb replacement
  • Occasionally assist in set up of events including moving/setting tables and chairs

How to apply:  See full job description & apply at: https://tinyurl.com/TGOCustodianApplication2021 

Application deadline: Ongoing

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The Grand Oshkosh:  Bartender

Position Purpose:  This position is responsible for providing an excellent customer experience through beverage and snack service from The Grand Lounge and its satellite locations.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Deliver a consistently high level of customer service to a wide variety of patrons
  • Adhere to all alcohol service rules, regulations, guidelines, and company policies
  • Keep bar and lounge areas clean in accordance with company guidelines and requirements of local health department
  • Maintain an accurate cash drawer throughout the night and account for discrepancies
  • Develop an efficient work pace to accommodate the variety of events and serving opportunities
  • Accurately mix drinks and cocktails to ensure a consistent customer experience

How to apply:

See full job description & apply at: https://tinyurl.com/TGOBartenderApplication2021 

Application deadline: Ongoing

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The Grand Oshkosh:  House Manager

Position Purpose:  This position is responsible for overseeing Front of House operations during events within The Grand Oshkosh facility. This includes providing quality customer service to patrons and renters; supervising volunteers; assisting with the coordination of onsite event needs; communicating with administrative and event staff; and enforcing policies and safety procedures.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Maintain basic security of the facility for assigned events; act as manager on duty.
  • Review Front of House information and provide direction to assigned volunteer staff regarding important event details.
  • Enforce event and organizational policies. Carry out emergency procedures when needed.
  • Maintain a high level of customer service with a large and diverse patron base.
  • Troubleshoot problems effectively and efficiently to ensure patron satisfaction and safety while serving as an ambassador of the organization.
  • Communicate effectively with volunteers and other staff members.

How to apply:

See full job description & application here: https://tinyurl.com/TGOHMJobDescription2021

Send completed application to jobs@thegrandoshkosh.org 

Application deadline: Ongoing

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Paper Discovery Center:  Science Educator (Part-time)

Job Summary:  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. We would prefer a candidate that has had some classroom experience (including as a volunteer), worked with children in related programs like Scouting, 4-H, Boys and Girls Clubs or similar facilities. An interest in science and the desire to work with people of all ages is a must.

Part-time/non-exempt STEAM educator at the Paper Discovery Center (up to 25 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

*This is not a remote position.

**This position does have the potential to become full-time for the right candidate.

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 performances.
  • Greet guests at front desk, answer phone calls and help with gift shop sales.
  • 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

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:  Please email your resume and job experience to Carol Couillard, Executive Director at carol@paperdiscoverycenter.org.

Application deadline: 12/31/21

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United Way Fox Cities:  Accountant

Purpose of Position:

  • To manage and maintain the financial records of the organization.
  • To assure integrity of the computerized accounting system, campaign pledge and receivable data base, and the financial statements.

Click here for a complete job description.

To Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to Julie Hanusa, Director of Finance & Accounting at julie.hanusa@unitedwayfoxcities.org

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Foundations Health & Wholeness - Client Engagement Specialist/Receptionist

Location: Green Bay, WI

Schedule: Monday to Friday

Job Summary: Foundations is looking for a friendly, customer-oriented person to join our team. You can help make a difference in the community while working Monday - Friday with great benefits!

The Client Engagement Specialist is responsible for implementing the daily activities involving the client and guest experience at Foundations’ Green Bay office. This position is the first interaction with a client seeking mental health care. The position collects client information, interacts with clients, and maintains accurate client and administrative records with care, compassion, and professionalism.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Process client intakes, including proper paperwork, scheduling, provider assignment, and process closed clients
  • Keep and maintain accurate client records, and provide client records to providers in accordance with daily appointment schedules
  • Provide all aspects of customer service for clients and guests of Foundations
  • Perform friendly and empathetic client interactions, including client reminder calls, appointment changes, and client check-ins
  • Maintain accurate open status list and waitlists for providers
  • Accurate and timely response to medical record requests
  • General office tasks, including opening and closing procedures, keeping front desk, waiting rooms, copy room, and chart room organized, tidy, and free from clutter
  • Work with clinical and other support staff on needs related to client and guest engagement
  • Ensure that confidentiality is maintained in all tasks

Requirements Include:

  • Post High School education or equivalent
  • Prior experience with client/patient intake in a clinic setting
  • Customer service with clients/general public; focused on trauma informed care
  • General office and computer work
  • Experience working with and verifying health insurance a plus
  • Strong in-person and telephone communication skills, and positive attitude
  • Proficient in computer skills, including Microsoft Office programs and data entry
  • Must be self-motivated, creative, energetic, and professional
  • Must be able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Must be able to clearly communicate with a diverse audience

 Values Needed Include:

  • Places a high priority on professional conduct and quality
  • Willing to make a professional and personal investment in the future of the organization and its mission ·
  • Promotes an atmosphere of fun and friendship ·
  • Always acts with integrity towards colleagues, clients and community members ·
  • Is comfortable and committed to the integration of spirituality and faith in our relationships with our colleagues and clients

Pay: $15.00 - $17.00 per hour

Benefits Include:

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

Experience:

 

 

 

  • Customer service: 1 year (Preferred)

To apply:  Submit cover letter and resume to Carrie Spates, Human Resources Manager at cspates@WeAre Foundations.org OR mail to 1061 W Mason Street, Green Bay, WI  54303

*Equal Opportunity Employer

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Pillars, Inc.:  Shelter Client Advocate, Part-time, Second 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 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.
  • Completes client intake process including interviewing potential clients, completing intake documentation, assessing eligibility for wait list, conducting tours, reviewing expectations and house rules, and educating potential clients on Pillars programs and processes.
  • Serves as the first point of contact for clients, volunteers and any other building visitors, including walk-in and phone calls.
  • Completes client exit process, including clients leaving both voluntarily and involuntarily. Conduct exit interviews with departing clients. Researches and completes exit process for no-shows.
  • Maintains accurate and complete electronic log sheets for all families and individuals served, including documentation of significant events.  Shares log and other items with Case Managers and other staff as appropriate.
  • Assists the clients to successfully complete daily activities, including dispensing medications; focuses on providing resources and education to encourage self-sufficiency.
  • Works with agency volunteers to create a positive environment; coordinates volunteer times, and assigns tasks and responsibilities to volunteers as necessary.
  • Prepares and serves evening meal as necessary; orders food and other supplies.
  • Reviews, organizes, and puts away donations.
  • Collaborates with staff to provide complete continuum of care services, ensures the continuation of plans and goals created with case management staff, and promotes independence of clients.
  • Maintains the security of the building and clients by following established safety procedures.  Calls appropriate law enforcement agency in the event that personal or client safety is jeopardized.
  • Ensures building meets organizational standards for cleanliness and safety.  Ensures chore list is updated daily and the clients have completed assigned chores in a timely manner.
  • Completes rounds of the client floors, ensuring that chores are complete, curfew is met, clients are in bed by the designated times in the evening and out of bed by the designated times in the morning.
  • Follows established admission guidelines for new and existing clients concerning house rule violations.  Records all admission actions according to established procedures.
  • Attends staff, board, and committee meetings as requested. 
  • Collaborates with other agencies as appropriate/necessary.
  • 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.
  • 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. 
  • Self-Management – Takes initiative to seek out what needs to be done; responsible for attaining goals and following guidelines/procedures with minimal supervision or direction; strong sense of accountability and pride in work.  Demonstrates flexibility and the ability to adapt to changing situations/expectations. 
  • Quality – Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness;  looks for ways to improve and promote quality; applies feedback to improve performance; monitors own work to ensure quality. 
  • Decision Making – Displays sound judgment when making decisions, at times with limited information; follows organizational policies and procedures; is aware of implications of state and federal regulations; able  to make complex decisions in line with agency’s mission, vision and values. 
  • 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.

What are the requirements?

  • High school diploma or equivalent required. Associates Degree preferred.
  • Experience working with, or knowledge of, people facing mental health struggles and/or challenges with addictions.
  • 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. 

Work Environment

The Shelter Client Advocate must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Current COVID Protocols

Masks are required to be worn by all employees in common areas. Masks are not required to be worn in offices if everyone in the office is vaccinated. COVID protocols are subject to change based on recommendations from the CDC and/or local health department recommendations. 

Compensation

The compensation for this Part-Time, position is $13.67 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 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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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 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:

  • Has passion for the mission of Pillars and displays agency values: Respect, Collaboration, Empowerment and Grit.
  • Completes client intake process including interviewing potential clients, completing intake documentation, assessing eligibility for wait list, conducting tours, reviewing expectations and house rules, and educating potential clients on Pillars programs and processes.
  • Serves as the first point of contact for clients, volunteers and any other building visitors, including walk-in and phone calls.
  • Completes client exit process, including clients leaving both voluntarily and involuntarily. Conduct exit interviews with departing clients. Researches and completes exit process for no-shows.
  • Maintains accurate and complete electronic log sheets for all families and individuals served, including documentation of significant events.  Shares log and other items with Case Managers and other staff as appropriate.
  • Assists the clients to successfully complete daily activities, including dispensing medications; focuses on providing resources and education to encourage self-sufficiency.
  • Works with agency volunteers to create a positive environment; coordinates volunteer times, and assigns tasks and responsibilities to volunteers as necessary.
  • Prepares and serves evening meal as necessary; orders food and other supplies.
  • Reviews, organizes, and puts away donations.
  • Collaborates with staff to provide complete continuum of care services, ensures the continuation of plans and goals created with case management staff, and promotes independence of clients.
  • Maintains the security of the building and clients by following established safety procedures.  Enforces the Pillars Adult and Family Shelter’s zero tolerance policy for illegal drug and alcohol use. Calls appropriate law enforcement agency in the event that personal or client safety is jeopardized.
  • Ensures building meets organizational standards for cleanliness and safety.  Ensures chore list is updated daily and the clients have completed assigned chores in a timely manner.
  • Completes rounds of the client floors, ensuring that chores are complete, curfew is met, clients are in bed by the designated times in the evening and out of bed by the designated times in the morning.
  • Follows established admission guidelines for new and existing clients concerning house rule violations.  Records all admission actions according to established procedures.
  • Attends staff, board, and committee meetings as requested. 
  • Collaborates with other agencies as appropriate/necessary.
  • 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.
  • 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. 
  • Self-Management – Takes initiative to seek out what needs to be done; responsible for attaining goals and following guidelines/procedures with minimal supervision or direction; strong sense of accountability and pride in work.  Demonstrates flexibility and the ability to adapt to changing situations/expectations. 
  • Quality – Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness;  looks for ways to improve and promote quality; applies feedback to improve performance; monitors own work to ensure quality. 
  • Decision Making – Displays sound judgment when making decisions, at times with limited information; follows organizational policies and procedures; is aware of implications of state and federal regulations; able  to make complex decisions in line with agency’s mission, vision and values. 
  • 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.  

What are the requirements?

  • High school diploma or equivalent required. Associates Degree preferred.
  • Experience working with, or knowledge of, people facing mental health struggles and/or challenges with addictions.
  • This Part-Time position requires candidates to be available to work 8 hour shifts (1st and/or 2nd shift) varied days during the week; weekend availability is required 

Work Environment

The Shelter Client Advocate must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Current COVID Protocols

Masks are required to be worn by all employees in common areas. Masks are not required to be worn in offices if everyone in the office is vaccinated. COVID protocols are subject to change based on recommendations from the CDC and/or local health department recommendations. 

Compensation

The compensation for this Part-Time position is $13.67 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 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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Pillars, Inc.:  Shelter Client Advocate, Part-time Overnight

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 position will work the Overnight shift at the Pillars Adult and Family Shelter or 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.
  • Completes client intake process including interviewing potential clients, completing intake documentation, assessing eligibility for wait list, conducting tours, reviewing expectations and house rules, and educating potential clients on Pillars programs and processes.
  • Serves as the first point of contact for clients, volunteers and any other building visitors, including walk-in and phone calls.
  • Completes client exit process, including clients leaving both voluntarily and involuntarily. Conduct exit interviews with departing clients. Researches and completes exit process for no-shows.
  • Maintains accurate and complete electronic log sheets for all families and individuals served, including documentation of significant events.  Shares log and other items with Case Managers and other staff as appropriate.
  • Assists the clients to successfully complete daily activities, including dispensing medications; focuses on providing resources and education to encourage self-sufficiency.
  • Works with agency volunteers to create a positive environment; coordinates volunteer times, and assigns tasks and responsibilities to volunteers as necessary.
  • Prepares and serves evening meal as necessary; orders food and other supplies.
  • Reviews, organizes, and puts away donations.
  • Collaborates with staff to provide complete continuum of care services, ensures the continuation of plans and goals created with case management staff, and promotes independence of clients.
  • Maintains the security of the building and clients by following established safety procedures.  Enforces the Pillars Adult and Family Shelter’s zero tolerance policy for illegal drug and alcohol use. Calls appropriate law enforcement agency in the event that personal or client safety is jeopardized.
  • Ensures building meets organizational standards for cleanliness and safety.  Ensures chore list is updated daily and the clients have completed assigned chores in a timely manner.
  • Completes rounds of the client floors, ensuring that chores are complete, curfew is met, clients are in bed by the designated times in the evening and out of bed by the designated times in the morning.
  • Follows established admission guidelines for new and existing clients concerning house rule violations.  Records all admission actions according to established procedures.
  • Attends staff, board, and committee meetings as requested. 
  • Collaborates with other agencies as appropriate/necessary.
  • 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.
  • 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. 
  • Self-Management – Takes initiative to seek out what needs to be done; responsible for attaining goals and following guidelines/procedures with minimal supervision or direction; strong sense of accountability and pride in work.  Demonstrates flexibility and the ability to adapt to changing situations/expectations. 
  • Quality – Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness;  looks for ways to improve and promote quality; applies feedback to improve performance; monitors own work to ensure quality. 
  • Decision Making – Displays sound judgment when making decisions, at times with limited information; follows organizational policies and procedures; is aware of implications of state and federal regulations; able  to make complex decisions in line with agency’s mission, vision and values. 
  • 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.  

What are the requirements?

  • High school diploma or equivalent required. Associates Degree preferred.
  • Experience working with, or knowledge of, people facing mental health struggles and/or challenges with addictions.
  • This 12-20 hour per week position requires candidates to be available to work 8 hour shifts between 11:00pm – 7:00am.  Shelter Workers rotate nights, so some weekend availability is required. 

Work Environment

The Shelter Client Advocate must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Current COVID Protocols

Masks are required to be worn by all employees in common areas. Masks are not required to be worn in offices if everyone in the office is vaccinated. COVID protocols are subject to change based on recommendations from the CDC and/or local health department recommendations. 

Compensation

The compensation for this Part-Time position is $16.67 per hour, which includes a $3.00/hr differential for overnight hours. 

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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Rawhide Youth Services - Living Unit Coordinator

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Living Unit Coordinator leads and carries out day-to-day residential operations and processes; acting as lead staff in directing staff schedules, assignments, and operations in coordination with Living Unit Supervisor; promoting professional development of staff teams to create and sustain a therapeutic culture that recognizes and values progress toward treatment goals and strategies. 

Essential Job Functions for Living Unit Coordinator: 

  • Provides care and therapeutic treatment of Rawhide youth within the residential programs
  • Collaborates with all teams involved in individual treatment plans and fosters professional development of colleagues Leads and assists with day-to-day residential operations and processes including medication administration
  • Completes and ensures accurate documentation to remain in compliance with licensing requirements
  • Applies research and best practices to treatment plans, delivery of care, and program development within the living units
  • Provides supervisory support while Living Unit Supervisor is unavailable.
  • Participates in ON-Call Supervisor Rotation when assigned.
  • In the absence of the Living Unit Supervisor acts as the house Lead for routine decisions and consults with LUS, and administrative staff on decisions that need to be elevated. 

Experience/Education for Living Unit Coordinator: 

Be at least 21 years old Bachelor's degree preferred 1-3 years relevant experience 

Skills for Living Unit Coordinator:

  • Exercises critical thinking, judgment and discernment
  • Ability to identify and respond to crisis situations
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds and stand for long periods of time
  • Physically able to meet the demands of the position, including providing therapeutic physical restraints 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Meals while on duty
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee Development Program
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

How to apply:  https://rawhide.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=232

Application deadline: 3/21/22

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World Relief Fox Valley - Various Positions

We are looking for talented, compassionate, and collaborative people to partner with us as we welcome refugees and immigrants with holistic services that will help them root and flourish in our community.

Click on Open Positions - World Relief to view job descriptions and to apply.

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AmeriCorps:  Community Connections Health Navigator (recruiting one 900 hour position)

Host Site:  ThedaCare - Appleton, WI

Position Overview: The Navigator will provide the means for ThedaCare healthcare providers to look beyond the usual clinical scope of healthcare and offer remedies to social needs like food, shelter, transportation, social connection, etc. Navigators will discuss with patients their specific social needs, locate and share resources with the patient, and provide follow up to assure patients are connected with the resources needed.  This position will serve from 11/22/2021 - 8/31/2022.

Click here to review the position description and how to apply.

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AmeriCorps:  Community Connections Health Navigator (recruiting one 900 hour position)

Host Site:  ThedaCare Appleton, WI

Position overview: The Navigator will provide the means for ThedaCare healthcare providers to look beyond the usual clinical scope of healthcare and offer remedies to social needs like food, shelter, transportation, social connection, etc. Navigators will discuss with patients their specific social needs, locate and share resources with the patient, and provide follow up to assure patients are connected with the resources needed. This position will serve from 1/4/2022-8/31/2022.

Click here to review the position description and how to apply.  

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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 Weekdays with some evening and weekend hours (minimum of 1 weekend per month)

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 20-25 hours directly serving customers and 15-20 hours performing managerial/administrative duties weekly, with potential variance during busy seasons.

Click here for complete job description and how to apply.

Deadline to apply:  October 29, 2021.

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Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region:  Donor Services & Gift Planning Coordinator

The Donor Services & Gift Planning Coordinator is responsible for providing coordination and project management to support Foundation staff and assist prospective and existing donors, professional advisors, nonprofit organization representatives, and other Foundation departments and audiences. The Director of Gift Planning will provide the strategic direction and planning guidance to ensure alignment with the Foundation's relationships with prospective and existing stakeholders.

Click here to view the position description and how to apply.

Deadline to apply is November 15, 2021.

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Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region:  Donor Services & Finance Coordinator

The Donor Services & Finance Coordinator works independently and as part of a team to fulfill responsibilities primarily related to donor-centric granting and development, project planning, and assisting prospective and existing donors, professional advisors, nonprofit organization representatives, and other functions within the Donor Services and Gift Planning and Finance Teams and Foundation. The Vice President of Donor Services and Gift Planning and Chief Financial Officer will provide the strategic direction and planning guidance to ensure alignment with the Foundation's relationships with prospective and existing stakeholders.

Click here to view the position description and how to apply.

Deadline to apply is November 15, 2021.

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Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region:  Community Engagement Coordinator

The Community Engagement Coordinator works independently and as part of a team to fulfill responsibilities primarily related to grantmaking, marketing, and communications functions within the Community Engagement team and Foundation.

Click here to view the position description and how to apply.

Deadline to apply is November 15, 2021.

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AmeriCorps:  UW-Oshkosh Head Start - Health, Nutrition and Wellness Program Assistant

Position Overview:  UW Oshkosh Head Start would like a part time AmeriCorps member to join their team to support the health, nutrition and wellness goals. Head Start provides a comprehensive education program for children ages 3-5 years and their families. The member would enhance the delivery of education to the children and families by providing lessons to small groups of children in the classrooms and reaching out to families to provide individualized information and support.

Click here to view the position description.

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Foundations Health & Wholeness - Grants and Content Manager

Location: Green Bay, WI

Job Summary: Foundations Health & Wholeness, a non-profit organization focusing on Mental Health Counseling and Foster Care in our communities, is seeking a full-time Grants and Content Manager. This position works collaboratively with multiple teams to communicate the organization's mission and program news. The Grants and Content Manager also identifies grant opportunities and develops grant applications for the success of the organization.

Primary Responsibilities include:

  • Research grant opportunities for all programs
  • Identify and collect information as needed for grant applications
  • Manage and maintain grant calendar for all programs
  • Write grant applications and reports
  • Obtain approval by reviewing grant applications with Director
  • Manage and create content for newsletters (electronic and mailed)
  • Develop and implement outreach and recruitment strategies and plans in collaboration with foster care and counseling teams
  • Work in collaboration with events and communications manager to provide stories and other written content for outreach and recruiting collateral, social media, and other content

Requirements include:

  • Related Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience
  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Ability to tell and write stories for a variety of publications, including grant applications and reports, press releases, newsletters, and other publications in a compelling way that advocates for Foundations’ mission and programs
  • Ability to work with Director to develop fundraising strategies and carry out that strategy, particularly in the areas of grants and other storytelling tasks
  • Experience in grant writing, storytelling, and fundraising a plus
  • Training in various software programming including Microsoft Suite products
  • Ability to communicate with a variety of people to gather information and needs
  • Ability to organize own workload, manage time, manage deadlines, and complete tasks in a timely manner

Values Needed include:

  • Places a high priority on professional conduct and quality work
  • Is willing to make a professional and personal investment in the future of the organization and its mission
  • Promotes an atmosphere of fun and friendship
  • Always acts with integrity towards colleagues, clients and community members
  • Is comfortable and committed to the integration of spirituality and faith in our relationships with our colleagues and clients* Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $40,000.00 - $45,000.00 per year

Benefits:

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

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Preferred)

Experience:

  • Grant writing: 1 year (Preferred

To apply:  Submit cover letter and resume to Carrie Spates, Human Resources Manager at cspates@WeAre Foundations.org OR mail to 1061 W Mason Street, Green Bay, WI  54303

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CAP Services:  Program Assistant - Skills Enhancement

Work site:                  Appleton, WI 

Start Date:                 as soon as possible           

Starting Pay:             $13.23-$14.42 per hour, depending on experience 

Status:                       Part-time, 20 hours per week 

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

Duties: Provide program and center support that includes receptionist services, data entry for program participants, paperwork processing and filing, greeting customers and vendors, answering phone, mail distribution, and additional projects as assigned. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Associate degree in Business Administration, Office Support Specialist, or related field and one year related work experience providing administrative support services;  
  • OR High school diploma or equivalent with three years related work experience providing administrative support services.  

Deadline to submit resume & cover letter:  will remain open until filled. 

CAP Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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CAP Services:  4K Teacher

Work site:                   New London, WI                                   

Start Date:                  as soon as possible 

Starting Pay:              $18.23-$19.87 per hour, depending on experience 

Status:                        Part time, 20 hours per week. Summer layoff. 

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

Duties: Responsible for the supervision of children, for preparing and conducting weekly lesson plans which provide a developmentally age and stage appropriate curriculum, for on-going assessment of children, and for maintaining compliance with all related regulations.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree is Early Childhood Education or advanced degree in related field with one year classroom work experience with children ages 0-5. 
  • Wisconsin DPI license required and must be maintained. 
  • Obtain and maintain a current certificate of completion for infant and child cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) within 3 months of hire and complete Sudden Infant Death Syndrome training. 
  • Must be able to work effectively with multi-cultural children and families. 

CAP Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Pillars, Inc.:  Peer Support Specialist, 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. The Peer Support Specialist engages and encourages peers in recovery from addiction and/or mental health issues and provides peers with a sense of community and belonging, supportive relationships, and valued roles.  In this 20 hour per week position, the Peer Support Specialist will meet with clients at both the Pillars Adult Shelter and the Pillars Adult & Family Shelter, from 4-8pm Monday through Friday. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Has passion for the mission of Pillars and displays agency values: Respect, Collaboration, Empowerment and Grit.
  • Establishes healthy, healing relationships with peers. Assists peers with understanding the purpose of peer support and recovery models.
  • Provides peers with Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA’s) definitions of recovery and its components.
  • Shares recovery story as appropriate to assist peers, provide 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.
  • Uses a trauma informed approach to mutually explore with peers their experiences and supports individuals in getting appropriate resources for help.
  • Encourages peers to construct their own recovery/wellness plan that includes a proactive crisis plan. Shares their plan to help peers in constructing their own version.
  • 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 the community.
  • Supports peers in researching and locating resources beneficial to their needs and desires.
  • Understands and explains to peers their rights.
  • Establishes acceptable boundaries with peers. Revisits boundaries on an ongoing basis.
  • Enters clients into HMIS as needed.
  • 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. 
  • 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.
  • 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.

What are the requirements?

  • High school diploma or equivalent required
  • Wisconsin Mental Health Peer Specialist certification required
  • Knowledge of methods for creating wellness/recovery plans and teaching others this practice
  • Previous experience providing peer support preferred
  • Ability to travel locally, with access to a reliable vehicle and possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and automobile license

 Work Environment

The Shelter Client Advocate must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

Current COVID Protocols

Masks are required to be worn by all employees in common areas. Masks are not required to be worn in offices if everyone in the office is vaccinated. COVID protocols are subject to change based on recommendations from the CDC and/or local health department recommendations. 

Compensation

The compensation for this position is $13.67 per hour.  Benefits include a 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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Covey:  Supervisor of Care Programs

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 that “The world embraces individuals with disabilities for who they are.”  

Job Summary:  The Supervisor of Care Programs is responsible for oversight of the daily operations of assigned respite and residential care programs including hiring, training, scheduling, and supporting program employees.   The SCP will drive culture and ensure all services are provided in a manner that is congruent with and demonstrates a commitment to Covey’s mission and core values. 

Here are some of the things you'll be responsible for: 

Time and Attendance

  • Create and continuously manage monthly staffing schedule for all assigned programs.
  • Anticipate and plan for staffing needs to ensure smooth operation and high- quality programming.  This includes adjusting the staffing schedule based on client needs or working uncovered shifts as necessary.

Review, edit and approve staff time sheets supporting accuracy of wages paid Participant Care

  • Oversee daily assignments to, and supervision of, program staff at multiple locations.
  • Work collaboratively with staff, participants, families, caregivers, guardians, and funder representatives to develop, monitor, review and update the ISP (Individualized service plan) for each client annually or as otherwise needed.

Safety and Facility Management

  • Arrange for or complete necessary repairs and preventative maintenance. 
  • Conduct facility drills (fire, weather, etc.) and inspections as required.
  • Ensure all staff are trained and competent in the use of mechanical lifts and using proper lifting techniques.

Supervisory and Leadership Functions

  • Responsible for the hiring, supervision, and performance management of care program staff. 
  • Provide coaching, supervision, and training. Consult with Program Director and HR Generalist regarding significant performance and/ or corrective action issues.
  • Ensure staff receive proper support and guidance in problem solving during all program hours of operation.   This may include responding to issues and situations during non-traditional business hours and being part of an on-call rotation.

Fiscal Responsibilities

  • Oversee the purchasing and inventory tracking of needed supplies, while staying in the allotted budget.
  • Manages petty cash account including maintaining a record of distribution out of petty cash, coding and submitting of receipts and replenishing of petty cash per policy.

Compliance Reporting

  • Ensure that programs operate within guidelines and regulations of all relevant legislation and professional standards, as well as the policies, procedures, and ethical standards of the organization.
  • Investigate serious incidents, complete documentation related to these and report to funders/authorities as required.

Other Duties as Assigned 

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:

  • Understand the needs/characteristics of individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities.
  • 1+ years of experience in successfully managing similar program or similar organization. 
  • LPN license is a plus
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; outstanding interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills and strong attention to detail
  • Ability to problem solve, handle multiple priorities, and manage crisis situations.
  • 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
  • Ability to work and communicate with families and other professionals and maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of staff and participants.

Compensation: $38,000.00 - $43,000.00 per year

How to Apply:

Apply with us by clicking apply now or you can apply directly on our website at - covey.org/careers

If you have any questions, please call Carrie at 920-292-1124 or 920-479-5404 or email at clemke@covey.org

We are an equal Opportunity Employer

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Wisconsin:  Events & Marketing Specialist

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Events and Marketing Specialist is directly responsible for managing and implementing high-quality effective fundraising events in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Wisconsin. The Events and Marketing Specialist will also manage event marketing and communication efforts and support development and agency wide marketing campaigns and initiatives. As a member of the BBBS team, this position is also responsible for supporting and directly contributing to the organization's growth and culture of collaborative leadership. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Plan, coordinate and execute agency fundraising events that achieve annual fundraising goals - manage budget, logistics, volunteers, committees, marketing and promotional efforts and fundraising activities.

  • Bowl for Kids' Sake
  • Bike Tour
  • Dream Big Gala
  • Support, coordinate and engage event committees and volunteers through administrative support, communication, scheduling, and record keeping.
  • Coordinate and execute of all marketing and promotional efforts for events.
  • Cultivate and steward partnerships and sponsorships as assigned.
  • Oversee 3rd party fundraising events.
  • Oversee fundraising platforms (Greater Giving, Constant Contact, Qgiv and Active.)
  • Create opportunities to cultivate and develop meaningful relationships for the organization via event participants, donors, local business, and community members. Serve as an external representative of the Agency at designated community engagement events, business meetings, and stakeholder conversations.
  • Design print and electronic pieces and update template pieces.
  • Manage web-based efforts including website and social media platforms. (Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.)
  • Develop and create content for web-based efforts, printed materials, and newsletters.
  • Oversee key agency collateral materials (print and promotional) and communication pieces.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor's Degree required, Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, Business, or related field.
  • Preferred: Two years of experience in fundraising and event coordination and execution; peer to peer fundraising, contacting organizations for auction/raffle items. 

CRITICAL SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE:

  • Excellent organizational and written/oral communication skills required.
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
  • High attention to detail and sense of urgency to drive towards project accuracy and completion
  • Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office, Publisher and Adobe Cloud required.
  • Experience with website development/maintenance, proficient use of social media and familiarity with web-based programs for communications.
  • Knowledge of nonprofit industry, fundraising and event planning.
  • Ability to work independently and as a self-starter with a high level of flexibility.
  • Ability to identify, develop and utilize available community services and resources to benefit staff and agency.
  • Ability to effectively collaborate with other staff in a team-oriented environment.
  • Ability to relate well in multi-cultural environments.

COMPENSATION:

The compensation for this Full-Time position is competitive pay commensurate with experience. Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, vacation, holidays, wellness days, 401k retirement account and an Employee Assistance Plan.

To Apply: DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 22, 2021

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

Alyssa Matelski, Chief Development Officer, Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Wisconsin, 1331 American Drive, Neenah, WI 54956 

Big Brothers Big Sisters is an Affirmative Action Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse workforce and to maintaining a community which welcomes and values a climate supporting equal opportunity and difference among its members. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status. Application deadline: October 22, 2021

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Sexual Assault Crisis Center Fox Cities, Inc.:  On-Campus Advocate

Reports To: Counselor / Director of On-Campus Advocacy

Schedule: 37 hours/week, with some evening and weekend hours; non-exempt

Location: Lawrence University, Fox Valley Technical College - Appleton Campus and Sexual Assault Crisis Center - Fox Cities, Inc. Appleton. Occasional travel within Outagamie and Calumet counties. 

Position Summary: Act as a professional liaison for campus victim survivors of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, exploitation and/or stalking. Work with wellness/counseling services, campus judiciary, human resources, student life, Title IX, student organizations, local hospitals, local social service agencies, local law enforcement, and other critical staff to provide a coordinated advocacy effort to Lawrence University and Fox Valley Technical College students, faculty and staff. Provide short-term and long-term advocacy and support to any victim survivors within the campus communities. Provide awareness and assist with reporting for students, faculty and staff. The advocate will be trained in advocacy work and cultural competency. 

Maintain knowledge of local, state and federal laws affecting sexual assault survivors. Advocate with on-campus systems personnel to enhance trauma informed services and provide outreach. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide advocacy and intervention to victim survivors of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, exploitation and stalking for both campuses and for the Center's service area.
  • Provide campus, legal and medical advocacy.
  • Assist and educate regarding accommodations for a student, faculty or staff in the campus community.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with underserved groups on campus.
  • Collaborate with Title IX coordinator on campus-wide outreach programs and services.
  • Responsible for timely data collection, entry and reporting to the Center and the University/College as required.
  • Provide on campus training for students, staff and faculty.
  • Provide student programming and outreach related to sexual misconduct and healthy relationships.
  • Work with and support student organizations.
  • Offer support groups for diverse populations related to sexual misconduct.
  • Attend meetings, trainings and events the Center deems necessary including but not limited to: SART, Center all-staff meetings, advocacy meetings, etc.
  • Assist with crisis coverage when the Center needs additional support.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in human services, social services, social work or similar degree or equivalent experience.
  • Experience as a victim advocate preferred.
  • Working knowledge of college campus resources.
  • Experience in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.
  • Data entry experience required.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Background in working with diverse populations helpful.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills.
  • High level of initiative.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Able to work under pressure and on-call when necessary.
  • Exceptional attention to detail, problem solving capabilities and organizational skills required.
  • Ability to plan, prioritize and execute your personal work schedule.
  • Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within sexual violence preferred, but training will be provided.
  • Professional enthusiasm to stay current with industry best practices.
  • Valid driver's license, good driving record and reliable transportation.

The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee is occasionally required to walk and operate office equipment manually. The employee must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

Must pass a Wisconsin Department of Justice criminal and caregiver background checks, and agree to the Center conducting sex offender registry checks for any state where you lived, worked or attended school in the last five years.

Benefits

Access to medical and dental insurance, 70/30 for employee only coverage after 60 days of full-time employment; 10 paid holidays including birthday; Paid time off after 90 days of employment; Sick time after 90 days of employment; Employee paid Aflac Supplemental Insurance; Employer paid EAP; Employer paid long-term disability and life insurance; Mobile phone stipend; Self-care stipend. 

Agency Profile

The Center is a federal and state recognized Sexual Assault Service Provider. The Center's mission is to empower people to find their voice to end the crisis of sexual violence. 

Equal Opportunity Employer/Diversity Statement

The Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This means we treat all employees and applicants fairly, legally, and consistently. Therefore:

We do not discriminate in regard to race, ethnicity, religion, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, veteran status, immigration status.

We refuse to engage in any other form of discrimination or harassment.

We value the contributions of every person and respect the ways their experiences, background, culture, identity, abilities, and opinions enrich our work and our community.

We will recruit, select, hire, and promote candidates based upon their demonstrated job skill, knowledge, ability, education, and work-related qualifications. All employment-related decisions such as recruitment, wages, benefits, discipline, promotion, demotion, training, layoff, recall, or termination will be conducted in an appropriate non-discriminatory manner.

How to apply:  Send cover letter, resume and salary history to:

Michelle Swenson

Counselor, Director of On-campus Advocacy Via email at: michelle@sacc-foxcities.org

Or via USPS to:

Sexual Assault Crisis Center - Fox Cities, Inc. 17 Park Place, Suite 400

Appleton, WI 54914

Application deadline: October 29,2021

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YMCA of the Fox Cities:  Child Care Teachers (Child Care Centers & Elementary Schools Before/After Programs

The YMCA is seeking Child Care teachers to work in our centers with children ages 0-6, and also at the local elementary schools in which we provide before/after school care programming. Multiple positions available across the Fox Cities! Full & Part Time positions available. Excellent benefit packages for both part and full-time staff. 

We are seeking all levels of child care teachers; some positions require no experience/education! Teachers will interact frequently, affectionately and respectfully to children and their families. Respect and observe children's interests. Enhance children's learning experience through play, language and interactive activities. Use positive procedures when guiding children's behavior. Be attentive, flexible and supportive of children and families. Assistant and Lead teaching positions available. Hours and shifts may vary and can be discussed in an interview. 

Before/After School Y-Care Teachers work with children ages 5-12 and oversee the before and after school care program at the designated elementary school. Supervise and interact with children in a group setting, providing various activity stations, guiding positive behaviors, and ensuring a caring and safe environment. Maintain positive relationships with parents, children, and fellow staff. Typical Hours: 2-5 days/week: Before School Hours 6:00 AM-9:00 AM; After School Hours 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM. 

Locations we provide Before & After School Y-Care programming:

Appleton Area School District, Kaukauna Area School District, Kimberly Area School District, Greenville Elementary School, Neenah Joint School District, Wrightstown Elementary School, St. Peter Lutheran School (Appleton) 

Locations we offer licensed Child Care Centers:

Appleton YMCA, YMCA Child Learning Center (CLC), Neenah-Menasha YMCA, Fox West YMCA

How to apply:

https://secure4.entertimeonline.com/ta/6149200.careers?CareersSearch=

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YMCA of the Fox Cities:  Coordinator of Acquatics Programs

The Appleton Y is seeking an energetic leader to assist with the leadership of the Aquatics Program! 

The Aquatics Coordinator administers and supervises the aquatic swim programs, lifeguards, and services of the YMCA of the Fox Cities. Aquatic programs are conducted for preschoolers, youth, and adults. Coordinator is responsible for organizing schedules, recruiting/training/leading lifeguards and swim instructor staff members, as well as maintaining excellent communication with program participants. 

Requirements:

  • Must be currently certified in Lifeguard, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, YMCA Progressive and/or Preschool Instructor, and/or WSI.
  • Lifeguard Instructor Trainer certification and CPR for the Professional Rescuer Instructor is preferred.
  • Must have minimum 3 years experience in teaching all ages and levels of YMCA aquatic programs.
  • Experience in staff and/or pool management desirable.

How to apply:  https://secure4.entertimeonline.com/ta/6149200.careers?CareersSearch=

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YMCA of the Fox Cities:  Coordinator of Before/After School Child Care Programs

The YMCA is seeking a Coordinator to help lead and serve the Before/After School Child Care Programs.  Coordinator will work at the Appleton YMCA, and serve all the elementary school sites in the Appleton Area School District. 

Coordinator is responsible for the administration, daily operations and direction of the Before & After School Age programs in the designated elementary schools. The Coordinator will develop and implement relevant and age specific programs. The position provides resources & support to program operations and staff. The Coordinator works closely with the school administrators to ensure open communication with the schools, parents, teachers, students and YMCA staff. 

Before & After School Care Programs run daily at the local elementary school sites from 6:00 AM- start of the school day, and after school from 3:00 PM-6:00 PM. The Coordinator will work closely within the schools, and supervise all of the Before & After School Care Youth Leaders that work in the schools.

Qualifications:

  • Qualified candidates must have a 4-year degree in Education or a related field OR a 2 year Associates Degree in Childcare.
  • The position requires experience in staff supervision and at least two years of experience working with school age children.
  • Must have the ability to build and maintain excellent relationships with children, staff, parents and community leaders.
  • Position requires excellent written and verbal communications skills.

 

How to apply:  https://secure4.entertimeonline.com/ta/6149200.careers?CareersSearch=

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Equine Specialist (Part-time)

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day.

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth.  

Rawhide is looking for a Equine Specialist to work at our Shiocton location, part time (25 hours/week). The Equine Specialist position assists the equine therapeutic program by performing animal care duties (feeding, cleaning stables, maintaining health of animals, etc.). 

Essential Job Functions of Equine Specialist: 

  • Daily feeding, watering and turnout of horses
  • Assisting with farrier and veterinary visits, as needed
  • Monitoring feed, bedding, supplement supplies
  • Performs animal care duties by being responsible for health and fitness of horses
  • Maintaining the barn, grounds, paddocks, arena, and stalls by cleaning up manure, sweeping and keeping barns clean and organized; maintaining tack and equipment in good working order
  • Maintains a safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations of the facility
  • Supports the therapy team by assisting in the development of treatment activities and objectives
  • Other duties as assigned by leadership

Experience/Skills of Equine Specialist: 

  • Equine Experience
  • Ability to handle physically demanding job requirements
  • Ability to handle year-long outdoor conditions
  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Ability to multi-task

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Competitive 401k Plan
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Paid Time Off
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

How to apply: https://rawhide.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=223&source=aWQ9MjE=

Application deadline: 12/23/21

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Administrative Specialist (Youth Services)

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Administrative Specialist supports Youth Services effectiveness by providing information-management, administrative, regulatory, and project support. 

Essential Job Functions for Administrative Specialist: 

  • Provides office/administrative support to the Client Care team.
  • Responds on a timely basis to phone and web inquires and forwards inquiries to the appropriate resources.
  • Maintains filing, documentation and purging of information by following the established legal requirements. 

Experience/Education for Administrative Specialist: 

  • Post high school education or equivalent work experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Ability to work independently
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including Word and Outlook 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop Tuition Reimbursement
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym Employee Assistance Program Employee Development Program Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

How to apply:

https://rawhide.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=229&source=aWQ9MjE=

Application deadline: 12/23/21

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Quality Assurance Technician

JOB SUMMARY:  Assists in maintaining and improving quality systems, procedures and practices. Represents the customer on the production floor and assists the production team with defect detection, prevention and issue resolution. Key activities include developing or revising quality systems and procedures, developing and implementing employee training, material and process audits and inspections, interpreting specifications and standards, and documenting findings. In addition, supports and assists with process improvement efforts. Specific job, location and shift assignments may vary to meet changing business needs. 

ABOUT YOU:

  • Minimum High school diploma, Associates Degree or above preferred
  • QMS System experience, knowledge and/or training desired
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Must have the ability to read and interpret project specifications
  • Supervisory/lead experience - preferred
  • Familiar with FDA Codes 21CFR820 and Medical Device Manufacturing - required
  • Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment in evaluating the satisfactory or unsatisfactory performance of the provided service
  • Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A QUALITY ASSURANCE TECHNICIAN AT VPI:

  • Promotes the use of the VPI Quality Management System (QMS) to ensure customer satisfaction and deliverance of the highest quality service possible to our customers
  • Follows the developed Quality Program in carrying out duties and responsibilities
  • Assists in inspection and corrective action processes and the implementation of quality processes required to support the QMS and VPI's quality objectives
  • Assists Production in training new personnel on the VPI Quality Management System and product auditing
  • Collects and Interprets customer supplied specifications to create related VPI documentation for specification files, quality inspection reports, first run reviews, etc.
  • Identifies Document and reports QMS non-conformances to the Quality Control Manager
  • Monitors corrective actions implemented by Operations for Critical/Major and Minor non-conformities ensuring that these actions are effective, implemented in a timely manner and are permanent in nature to avoid recurrence of deficiencies
  • Performs random audits of services, processes and finished products to ensure compliance with requirements of customers and VPI's QMS
  • Maintains documentation of monitoring and reporting efforts within the Quality Program
  • Provides recommendations to the Quality team relative to process improvements
  • Develop and maintain professional relationships with customers when communicating new project startups and quality issues that may arise

Base salary $40,000-50,000/year

$100 SIGN ON BONUS!!

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

ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients' and customers' needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.

How to apply:

Please email resumes to hr@vpind.com

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Appleton Housing Authority:  Residential Maintenance Tech

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

Candidates should have a minimum of 1-3 years of hands-on experience in residential maintenance. Essential duties include routine maintenance, small drywall repairs, minor HVAC, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, grounds keeping, snow removal, equipment maintenance, and the ability to lift heavy objects & operate a variety of power and manual tools. Must have excellent communication skills, a good attitude, a team player but able to work independently. Maintaining great communication with property managers, tenants and other staff. Proficiency in working with hand held devices (smartphones) and learning electronic work order systems. Must possess strong motivation to get the job done right. 

The ideal candidate will have a well rounded and proven knowledge of residential building preventative maintenance practices. Must be computer literate and have a valid driver license with a good driving record. This opportunity is a full-time position with a full range of benefits offered and a competitive salary. Send Resume' with references to: D. Dillenberg, c/o Appleton Housing Authority 925 W. Northland Ave. Appleton, WI 54914 or email at debrad@appletonhousing.org Equal Employment Opportunity

How to apply:

Send Resume' with references to: D. Dillenberg, c/o Appleton Housing Authority 925 W. Northland Ave. Appleton, WI 54914 or email at debrad@appletonhousing.org

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Youth Development Specialist

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

Rawhide is seeking individuals to work and live in one of our residential living units. The Youth Development Specialist provides direct-care support in the daily functions and objectives of the Living Unit. Under the direction of the Living Unit Supervisor, the Youth Development Specialist will work with a team to create, implement and sustain a therapeutic culture that recognizes and values progress toward the treatment goals of our youth. 

Essential Job Functions for Youth Development Specialist:

  • Provides care and therapeutic treatment of Rawhide youth within the residential programs
  • Works in conjunction with all teams involved in the development and implementation of individual treatment plans
  • Assists with day-to-day residential operations and processes including medication administration
  • Completes accurate documentation to remain in compliance with licensing requirements 

Experience/Education for Youth Development Specialist:

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred; but must have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Meet one of the following qualifications
    • Have an associates or bachelor’s degree with a focus on child and youth care work or in a social or behavioral science field
    • Have at least 1 year of successful experience working in a recognized child welfare setting for the type of population served by Rawhide
    • Be certified as a child and youth care worker under the standards of the national organization of child and youth care workers association or other department-recognized certifying authority
    • Completion of Rawhide’s supervised traineeship program
  • 2-3 years of relevant experience preferred 

Skills for Youth Development Specialist:

  • Exercises critical thinking, judgment and discernment
  • Ability to identify and respond to crisis situations
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds and stand for long periods of time
  • Physically able to meet the demands of the position, including providing therapeutic physical restraints
  • Valid driver’s license with insurable driving record 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Meals while on duty
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption 

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!  

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Youth Development Specialist (Live In)

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

Rawhide is seeking individuals to work and live in one of our residential living units. The Youth Development Specialist provides direct-care support in the daily functions and objectives of the Living Unit. Under the direction of the Living Unit Supervisor, the Youth Development Specialist will work with a team to create, implement and sustain a therapeutic culture that recognizes and values progress toward the treatment goals of our youth. 

Essential Job Functions for Youth Development Specialist:

  • Provides care and therapeutic treatment of Rawhide youth within the residential programs
  • Works in conjunction with all teams involved in the development and implementation of individual treatment plans
  • Assists with day-to-day residential operations and processes including medication administration
  • Completes accurate documentation to remain in compliance with licensing requirements

 Experience/Education for Youth Development Specialist:

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred; but must have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Meet one of the following qualifications
    • Have an associates or bachelor’s degree with a focus on child and youth care work or in a social or behavioral science field
    • Have at least 1 year of successful experience working in a recognized child welfare setting for the type of population served by Rawhide
    • Be certified as a child and youth care worker under the standards of the national organization of child and youth care workers association or other department-recognized certifying authority
    • Completion of Rawhide’s supervised traineeship program
  • 2-3 years of relevant experience preferred

 Skills for Youth Development Specialist:

  • Exercises critical thinking, judgment and discernment
  • Ability to identify and respond to crisis situations
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds and stand for long periods of time
  • Physically able to meet the demands of the position, including providing therapeutic physical restraints
  • Valid driver’s license with insurable driving record 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Meals while on duty
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption 

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!  

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Title I Teacher

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Title I Teacher supports Rawhide's school (Starr Academy) by identifying Title 1 eligible students, developing and delivering appropriate reading and math intervention strategies and completing required testing and documentation for Title I students. 

Note: Starr Academy operates year-round rather than the traditional school year. As such, this position will be year-round. 

Required Qualifications for Title I Teacher:

  • Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field of education.
  • Valid Wisconsin Reading Teacher License (1316) or eligible to obtain license upon hire.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Desire to work with at-risk youth
  • Ability to contribute to a strong team environment
  • Prior teaching experience 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption 

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!  

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Resource Teacher (Special Education)

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

We are looking for our newest team member to support Rawhide's School, (Starr Academy) by providing academic and behavioral support to students and teachers. 

Note: Starr Academy operates year-round rather than the traditional school year. As such, this position will be year-round. 

 Essential Job Functions for Resource Teacher (Special Education):

  • Maintaining accurate IEP records and communication with home districts
  • Identifying students eligible for resource room support
  • Developing and delivering appropriate educational intervention strategies
  • Completing required testing and documentation
  • Cooperating with the Living Unit Teachers to provide appropriate academic and behavioral support to students 

Experience/Education for Resource Teacher (Special Education):

  • Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field of Education
  • Have or eligible to obtain a Valid Wisconsin Special Education Teaching License (1801/801 or 2801).
  • Concentration in Emotional/Behavioral disability preferred
  • Prior experience teaching youth with emotional, behavioral, and learning disabilities preferred 

Skills for Resource Teacher (Special Education):

  • Excellent written and oral communication
  • Desire to work with at-risk youth
  • Ability to contribute to a strong team environment
  • Ability to de-escalate youth including the use of therapeutic physical restraint when needed 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links! 

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Planned Maintenance CDS Assistant

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Planned Maintenance Technician/CDS Assistant provides for well-being and comfort of staff, students, and visitors by maintaining buildings for work, school, and residence. This person would develop and implement a Preventative Maintenance Program, procedures, and policies. And provides assistance with the CDS inventory system. 

Essential Job Functions for Planned Maintenance Technician/CDS Assistant:

  • Complete work projects as assigned
  • Maintain and monitor a preventative maintenance schedule
  • Follows and enforces safety policies and procedures 

Experience/Education for Planned Maintenance Technician/CDS Assistant:

  • 1-3 years of relatable work experience 

Skills for Planned Maintenance Technician/CDS Assistant:

  • Ability to handle the physical demands of the position including lifting up to 40lbs
  • Organized and detail orientated 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption 

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!  

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Living Unit Supervisor

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Living Unit Supervisor provides leadership and instruction for all unit staff, thereby assuring the program’s implementation and practice; teaching and guiding staff with on-going supervision; overseeing unit staffing needs; effectively assisting staff teams to create and sustain a therapeutic culture that recognizes and values progress toward treatment goals and strategies. 

Essential Job Functions for Living Unit Supervisor:

  • Supports the program treatment and intervention philosophy of Rawhide Youth Services
  • Trains, enacts, and role models proper implementation of therapeutic intervention strategies
  • Supports the residential program staff; teaches crisis intervention and de-escalation skills
  • Oversees day-to-day living unit operations and processes 

Experience/Education for Living Unit Supervisor:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
    • In a social or behavioral science field
  • Supervisory experience preferred
  • Valid driver’s license with insurable driving record
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Ability to engage with youth, including physical restraints.
  • Meet one of the following qualifications
    • A master's degree in a social or behavioral science field with field work experience or employment experience working with children or families
    • or a bachelor's degree in a social or behavioral science field and 1 to 2 years of employment experience involving children and families

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Meals while on duty
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption 

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!  

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Food Service Specialist (Part-time)

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day!

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth.

Rawhide Youth Services is looking to add a Food Service Specialist to support the daily functions of the Rawhide Café 15 on a part time basis M-F 11am-3pm!

Essential Functions for Food Service Specialist:

  • Serves food to staff and guests
  • Follows safety procedures in preparing meals 

Required Qualifications for Food Service Speciaist:

  • Valid driver's license
  • Ability to handle long periods of time on feet, frequent bending, and lifting up to 20 lbs.
  • Ability to plan, organize, and set priorities

Preferred Qualifications for Food Service Specialist:

  • Previous professional food preparation experience (highly preferred)
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Flexibility
  • Basic computer knowledge

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Paid Time Off
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption
  • Onsite Nurse
  • On-site Cafe and Coffee Shop
  • On-site Fitness and Gym
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ Acres

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links! 

Rawhide Careers

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Food Service Specialist (Casual)

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

Rawhide Youth Services is looking to add a Food Service Specialist to support the daily functions of the Rawhide Café 15 on a casual basis!

Essential Functions for Food Service Specialist:

  • Serve food to staff and guests
  • Follow safety procedures in preparing meals

 Required Qualifications for Food Service Specialist:

  • Valid driver's license
  • Ability to handle long periods of time on feet, frequent bending, and lifting up to 20 lbs.
  • Ability to plan, organize, and set priorities

 Preferred Qualifications for Food Service Specialist:

  • Previous professional food preparation experience (highly preferred)
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Flexibility
  • Basic computer knowledge

 Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links! 

Rawhide Careers

Rawhide Testimonial

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and

standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Culinary Instructor

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Culinary Instructor will roll out, establish, lead and teach the Rawhide Culinary Internship Program for our at-risk youth clients. 

Essential Job Functions for Culinary Instructor:

  • Instructs, develops and mentors youth within the culinary internship program.
  • Develops and implements program curriculum and lessons to meet industry standards.
  • Provides case management of job training program by managing student behavior, attendance and retention.
  • Assesses student learning competency progress.
  • Ensures job training needs of the students are being met.
  • Serves as a liaison between students and internal and external team members.

 Qualifications for Culinary Instructor:

  • Education or certifications within the culinary field preferred.
  • Bachelors Degree preferred.
  • Two years of related culinary work experience.
  • Valid driver’s license with insurable driving record.
  • Physically able to meet the demands of the position

 Skills for Culinary Instructor:

  • Desire to work with at-risk youth population.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational and administrative skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Sound decision making, critical thinking, and conflict management skills.
  • Ability to identify and respond to crisis situations. 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Competitive 401k Plan
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Paid Time Off
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres 

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Case Manager

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Case Manager is responsible for team-oriented case management and therapeutic services of Rawhide students. This position coordinates the interdisciplinary plan of care for clients. On a weekly basis, this role leads client treatment team meetings, receiving input from Living Unit Supervisors, Therapists and direct care staff. 

The Case Manager also develops treatment plans, evaluates the progress of clients, provides written discharge summaries and aftercare services, and acts as a liaison between the client, their family members, the placing agency and all involved to ensure that the necessary care is being provided. 

Required Qualifications for Case Manager: 

  • Either a bachelor's degree in a social or behavioral science field with two years of related work experience, or a master's degree in a social or behavioral science field
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, and administrative skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Sound decision making skills 

Preferred Qualifications for Case Manager: 

  • Experience with case management
  • Experience with at-risk population of youth (strongly preferred)
  • Experience developing treatment plans
  • Strong crisis intervention skills 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links! 

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and

standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Case Manager (PIYD)

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Case Manager position is responsible for providing in-home services for PIYD (Partnership in Youth Diversion) students and families; treatment planning with the students and families; providing psychoeducation and support to parents and students; acting as a liaison between Brown County, Green Bay Public School District and other community providers. This position is a Grant-funded role with an annual review and a 5-year potential. 

Essential Job Functions for Case Manager: 

  • Provides PIYD (Partnership in Youth Diversion) case management services in home and office for clients
  • Ensures therapeutic needs of the students are being met
  • Utilizes an established curriculum to support students and families in family engagement, behavioral support, reduction of drug use, and increase in school participation
  •  Serves as a liaison to Brown County, community supports, school district and other partners as is appropriate
  • Leads monthly groups for parents and students 

Job Qualifications for Case Manager: 

  • Either a bachelor’s degree in a social or behavioral science field with two years of related work experience, or a master’s degree in a social or behavioral science field
  • Preferred Master’s degree with an in-training license
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Sound decision-making skills
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational and administrative skills 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • PTO/VTO
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption 

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!  

Rawhide Careers

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Automotive Instructor

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day!

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Automotive Instructor will roll out, establish, lead and teach the Rawhide Auto Internship Program for our at-risk youth clients. 

Essential Job Functions for Automotive Instructor:

  • Instructs, develops and mentors youth within the auto internship program.
  • Develops and implements program curriculum and lessons to meet industry standards.
  • Provides case management of job training program by managing student behavior, attendance and retention.
  • Assesses student learning competency progress.
  • Ensures job training needs of the students are being met.
  • Prepares youth for entry-level employment opportunities in the auto industry.
  • Serves as a liaison between students and internal and external team members. 

Qualifications for Automotive Instructor:

  • Education or certifications within the auto field preferred.
  • Bachelors Degree preferred
  • Two years of related auto work experience.
  • Valid driver’s license with insurable driving record.
  • Physically able to meet the demands of the position 

Skills for Automotive Instructor:

  • Desire to work with at-risk youth population.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational and administrative skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Sound decision making, critical thinking, and conflict management skills.
  • Ability to identify and respond to crisis situations. 

Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Competitive 401k Plan
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Paid Time Off
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres 

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!  

Rawhide Careers 

Rawhide Testimonial 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and
standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health
Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal
statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Rawhide Youth Services:  Accountant (CPA)

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day! 

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Accountant provides accounting and financial services by Ensuring Rawhide financial information is gathered, organized and reported according to GAAP each month, leading the annual audit of all financial information, enforcing appropriate internal controls to ensure financial information integrity, reviewing bi-weekly payroll and 401k funding information, and supporting the financial reporting for Rawhide. 

Essential Job Functions for Accountant: 

  • Leads monthly GAAP financial statement reporting for the organization.
  • Maintains an efficient chart of accounts; general ledger expert.
  • Leads annual audit of Rawhide financial statements and 401k plan.
  • Reviews bi-weekly payroll and supports the payroll process.
  • Prepares all necessary tax documents (W-2, 1099, etc…).
  • Leads and encourages process efficiencies through automation. 

Experience/Education for Accountant:

  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field
  • 5+ years of accounting experience

 Skills for Accountant:

  • Knowledge of Sage 100 accounting package is desirable
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Intellectual curiosity
  • Strong and clear communication skills
  • Alignment with Rawhide mission and values

 Rawhide Youth Services Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop 
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Fitness Center and Gym 
  • Employee Assistance Program 
  • Employee Development Program 
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links! 

Rawhide Careers

Rawhide Testimonial

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Material Handler

Available Locations: 

110 N. Kensington Drive, Appleton 2730 N Roemer Road, Appleton

First shift: Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.(Kensington Drive and Roemer Road) Second shift: Monday-Friday 4:15 p.m. to 12:45 a.m. (Kensington Drive)

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

ABOUT YOU:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Certification in operating forklifts is a plus; and ability to be certified internally required.
  • Ability to operate in a fast-paced environment.
  • Good mathematical skills and ability to read labels and numbers.
  • Exhibits the ability to identify the various recyclable materials and identify contamination.
  • Ability to work overtime, weekends, and adjusting shifts as required.
  • Good communication skills and ability to speak clearly using a hand held walkie-talkie.
  • Must be reliable and demonstrate positive work habits and attitudes.

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A MATERIAL HANDLER AT VPI:

  • Operates forklift or clamp to load, unload, transport, or stack incoming and outgoing material.
  • Inspects product load for accuracy and transfers it safely around the warehouse or facility to ensure prompt and accurate delivery; accurately recording the location of inventory.
  • Manually or mechanically loads, or unloads materials from or to pallets, skids, platforms, lifting devices or other transport vehicles.
  • Documents product shipment by accurately recording units shipped.
  • Positions lifting equipment under, over, or around loaded pallets, skids, bales or boxes and secures material or products for transport to designated areas.
  • Performs routine pre-inspections to ensure safe working nature of forklift or clamp equipment, and performs regular maintenance on vehicles, such as cleaning, lubricating, recharging batteries, fueling, or replacing the liquefied-gas tank.
  • Immediately reports any damage to racks or other products, faulty equipment, or any other safety hazards to Supervisor.
  • Maintains forklift certification as required.
  • Safety conscious; following all outlined company safety rules for product movement.
  • Sweeps floors, picks up pieces of wood and plastic, empties garbage, and maintains good housekeeping at all times.
  • Base pay starting at $13/hour, $100.00 SIGN ON BONUS!
  • Work performed is generally within the sedentary light as defined by the United States Department of Labor.

ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients' and customers' needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.

How to apply:

Please email resume to hr@vpind.com

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Forward Service Corporation:  Transportation Resource Specialist

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

Forward Service Corporation (FSC), a passionate, not-for-profit firm that strives to provide exceptional customer service in employment and training related services to local, state and federally funded program participants. Our non-profit firm is seeking one full-time Transportation Resource Specialist (Mobility Manager). The home office for this position is flexible to our office in Janesville, Oshkosh or Madison WI. 

The Mobility Manager for WETAP will be a coordinator, case manager, and public liaison on transportation issues. This person will be a resource for low-income families and individuals in finding ways to get to work. Mobility Managers also work with area businesses, human service providers, and others to coordinate current services and lay the foundation for future transportation solutions. 

PRIMARY DUTIES INCLUDE: 

  • Case management on transportation issues relating to work and childcare for low-income families and individuals
  • Coordinating the vehicle repair and vehicle purchase loans, including determining eligibility, tracking loan fund, and tracking loan repayment
  • Working with participants on budgeting and financial literacy
  • Collecting data on participants served and services rendered, including those through other agencies.
  • Working with a wide array of public and private partners to develop transportation solutions and serve low-income customers
  • Acting as a point-person on transportation issues for low-income families and individuals.
  • Conducting direct outreach to area employers and employment agencies to create support for employer and employee transportation programs
  • Computer work such as reports
  • Other duties may be assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Ability to work one-on-one with people to discover challenges and find solutions.
  • Ability to work with a wide array of people and agencies, both inside and outside of Job Center.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, deliver presentations, and facilitate discussions.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Team player
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to enter information on customer and other contacts in the program Dashboard.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license
  • Associate degree and two (2) plus years work-related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:

Forward Service Corporation offers a competitive wage for this full-time, non-exempt position with a starting rate of $19.01/hour. This full-time position is Monday-Friday, includes an excellent benefits package, a phenomenal 401(k) plan, as well as an excellent Paid Time Off (PTO) bank and 11 paid holidays!

FSC is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, and promotion, without regard to age, ancestry, arrest or conviction record, color, creed, handicap or disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or membership in any reserve component of the United States or state military forces.

How to apply:

Please apply on our career page:

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

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Forward Service Corporation:  Refugee Case Manager

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

Forward Service Corporation is a passionate not-for-profit firm that strives to provide exceptional customer service in employment and training related services to local, state, and federally funded program participants. Our non-profit firm is seeking one full-time Refugee Case Manager to support the Road to Livelihood (RTL) program in Green Bay, WI. 

The RTL Case Manager is responsible for assessment, planning, job search, development and placement of refugee customers. They are responsible for assisting already employed customers in finding job upgrades that will lead to a growth in income for the customer and their family. Additional duties include assessing customers' needs, making referrals to other service providers, providing supportive service as applicable, and working with employers on behalf of the Refugee customers. 

The Road to Livelihood (RTL) Case Manager is a rewarding position that works in a fast pace environment while working with customer to promote self-sufficiency and helping to unleash their potential! 

PRIMARY DUTIES INCLUDE:

  • Work with and promote refugee customers to employers.
  • Offer job development and job placement services on behalf of working refugee customers
  • Conduct job seeker interviews and matching duties to determine placement options.
  • Assist working customers with job upgrade placements that will lead to income gains for the customer and family.
  • Create comprehensive case plan with working customers and work together with customers to help them meet self-sufficiency goals.
  • May provide consultation to other staff in a culturally competent manner.
  • Responsible for maintenance and submittal of various repot to ensure RTL program compliance.
  • Support the FSET program
  • Other duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

The ideal RTL Case Manager must speak English and preferably also be bi-lingual. They will have the ability to provide ongoing strength based case management to refugee customers and offer appropriate job search, development and placement techniques to working refugee customers. They will be able to create employer accounts and build advocate relationships with employers on behalf of working customers and have the ability to present job seeking skills workshops. 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

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

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: 

Forward Service Corporation offers a competitive wage for this non-exempt position with a minimum starting wage of $19.01/hr. This full-time position also includes an excellent benefits package, a phenomenal 401(k) plan, as well as an excellent Paid Time Off (PTO) bank and paid holidays! 

FSC is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, and promotion, without regard to age, ancestry, arrest or conviction record, color, creed, handicap or disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or membership in any reserve component of the United States or state military forces.

How to apply:

Submit an application on our career page. 

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

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AmeriCorps:  Inclusion Assistant

Host Company:  Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes

Assist in equity work taking the form of critical assessment of organizational policies and procedures, experiences for girls, training and support for volunteers and staff, engagement for families, and community relationship building. Assist in developing projects, programs, and initiatives that celebrate and honor the histories, cultures, and identities of our communities and is free from bias and discrimination. 

Bring an equity and inclusion-based mindset that attends to the representation, active engagement, and agenda-setting power of Girl Scouts, families, volunteers, and staff with many different identities, in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, orientation, age, religion, education, ability, geography, and socioeconomic status. 

Bilingual abilities in Spanish, Hmong, Somali, or another language is strongly preferred. 

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.  For more details check our website!

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Foundations Health & Wholeness - Resident in Training - Therapist

LOCATION: Green Bay, WI

JOB TYPE:  Full-time

JOB SUMMARY:  The Resident In-Training Therapist position is a post-graduate professional in the field of mental health counseling and in need of obtaining supervised hours toward State licensure. Wisconsin Qualified Training state license is required (LPC-IT, APSW). Certified Advanced Practice Social Worker (APSW) therapists are preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish speaking applicants desired. Individuals will work in a mental health outreach program for high-risk individuals ages 7-80+, with co-occurring disorders. In-training Therapists will be placed at branch office location(s) based on experience and matched for specific population per location. In-training therapist will provide mental health assessments and individual, family and group therapy addressing issues which include but are not limited to trauma, family conflict, homelessness, domestic violence, suicide ideation.

You will participate in:

  • Weekly group supervision with clinical team and Program Director
  • Weekly individual supervision with Program Director
  • All agency meetings monthly
  • In-house topic training monthly
  • Generous external training package

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide in-depth and comprehensive clinical services to at risk populations
  • Provide care that is consistent with the values and mission of Foundations.
  • Conduct initial assessments, individual and group therapy.
  • Practice and document desired outcomes for the program and a complimentary data collection and analysis system.

EDUCATION:  Required: Master's degree in Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Community Counseling and currently licensed in the State of Wisconsin as APSW or LPC-IT.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILL REQUIREMENT:  Clinical: 1 year required

PAY: $15.00 per hour

BENEFITS:

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

HOW TO APPLY:  Resume & cover letter to cspates@wearefoundations.org

* Equal Opportunity Employer

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Foundations Health & Wholeness - Foster Care Case Manager

LOCATION: Stevens Point, WI

JOB TYPE: Full-Time

JOB SUMMARY:  Do you want to make a difference in your community and in the lives of children? This is an opportunity to do both as a Foster Care Case Manager at Foundations Health & Wholeness.

The Treatment Foster Care Case Manager is responsible for the oversight of the clinical and case management services for children & 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. This position also oversees foster families to ensure state requirements are met.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Meet bi-weekly with children and foster parents
  • Collaborate with counties to coordinate placement for children
  • Ensure all state requirements are being met in foster homes
  • Recruit and train foster care parents
  • License new applicants and foster parents

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

  • Possess Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or Counseling AND at least 2 years or post-education experience in Child Welfare working directly with children and adolescents OR Master's Degree in Social Work
  • Professional Licensure/Certification
  • Prior experience with case management, coordination/planning of services and crisis intervention
  • Experience or training in counseling/therapy a plus
  • Possess and maintain valid driver's license
  • Possess excellent communication skills

VALUES:

  • Place a high priority on professional conduct and quality work
  • 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.

PAY: $42,000.00 - $55,000.00 per year

BENEFITS:

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

HOW TO APPLY:  Resume & cover letter to cspates@wearefoundations.org

* Equal Opportunity Employer

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Employment Consultant

JOB SUMMARY:  Provides vocational support to program participants at Valley Packaging and community-based sites. Performs Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) services to be coordinated and assigned by the Community-Based Service Manager. Performs other duties as required. 

ABOUT YOU:

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

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS AN EMPLOYMENT CONSULTANT:

  1. Provides job counseling and job seeking skills training; acting as a resource to the other staff in determining participant job readiness.
  2. Assures the provision of services in accordance with the agency's various contracts, operating agreements and policies/procedures.
  3. Prepares comprehensive and timely reports and maintains appropriate documentation.
  4. Professionally communicates with assigned case managers, job coaches, and inter-agency professional staff to facilitate mutual program planning and support for program participants.
  5. Provides systematic instructions and observes program participants performance, ensuring that work activities remain consistent with the client's vocational goals.
  6. Assists in training clients in areas of work skills, work readiness and community integration.
  7. Develops and updates professional skills through various training opportunities and resources. 

Starting at $15.00/hour, $100.00 SIGN ON BONUS!

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

 ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients' and customers' needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.

How to apply:  Please send resume to hr@vpind.com

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CAP Services:  Community Resource Specialist-Bilingual

Work site:                   Appleton, WI 

Start Date:                  as soon as possible           

Starting Pay:              $18.23-$19.87 per hour, depending on experience 

Status:                        Full time, 37.5 hours per week, flexible 

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

Duties: This position is designed to meet the needs of residents in CAP’s five-county service area who have lost resources due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This role will function as a primary point of contact for individuals and families seeking assistance and will provide referrals and case management to support clients’ needs.

Minimum Qualifications:  B.A. or B.S. in psychology, sociology, social work or human service area and one year of related experience;

OR post-secondary degree in a non-related field with two years’ related experience;

OR associate’s degree in related field and three years’ related experience.

Must be bilingual (fluent) in Spanish.

Moderate proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) as well as Google applications (Gmail, Calendar, Drive) at hire.

Deadline to submit resume & cover letter:  position will remain open until filled.

To apply, email materials to jobs@capmail.org with position title in subject line. 

CAP Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Janitor

JOB SUMMARY:  Ensures the upkeep of an assigned Valley Packaging Industries' facility and grounds by performing housekeeping duties. Performs light maintenance as assigned. Performs other duties as required.

ABOUT YOU:

  • Performs general cleaning of all areas of the building as directed; to include the offices, lunchrooms, restrooms, conference rooms, and production areas.
  • Inventories and orders janitorial supplies as needed.
  • Operates all general and most special cleaning equipment and performs minor repairs.
  • Trains other team members in light janitorial duties.
  • Performs any/all other duties relative to the position as required.

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A JANITOR:

  1. High school diploma or equivalent is preferred.
  2. Minimum one (1) year janitorial experience is also preferred.
  3. Ability to work well under minimal supervision.
  4. Ability to understand the safe use of cleaning chemicals and equipment, as required by law.
  5. Demonstrated common sense, judgment, communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

Base pay starting at $9-11/hour, $100.00 SIGN ON BONUS!

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

ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients' and customers' needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.

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

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Warehouse Counter

JOB SUMMARY:

A Warehouse Counter's primary objective is cycle counting, tracking, monitoring, and reporting of warehouse inventory. Strong emphasis on accurately monitoring and confirming inventory with timely correction of discrepancies. Assisting with warehouse duties when necessary

 ABOUT YOU:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • One year of related experience in shipping/receiving and prior inventory control functions
  • Ability to work unsupervised
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, ever changing environment
  • Proven analytical problem solving and time management skills
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Products
  • Strong mathematical, written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills with strong attention to detail

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A WAREHOUSE COUNTER AT VPI:

  • Performs daily cycle counting of various materials and goods to determine quantity on hand
  • Performs daily bay audits
  • Uses VPI's and customer's Warehouse Management System (WMS) to track and report inventory accuracy to ensure proper product identification, (SKU), Customer Order details, LOT numbers, location, and quantities while correcting the appropriate location of misplaced inventory if/when found
  • Reports all discrepancies or damaged products to Warehouse Manager and Inventory Control Analyst
  • Collaborates with Inventory Control Analyst to process adjustments and resolve discrepancies promptly
  • Assists Inventory Control Analyst with processing the returned product from the production area as needed
  • Adheres to all company policies and safety procedures and guidelines

Base pay starting at $13.50/hour, $100.00 SIGN ON BONUS!

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

ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients' and customers' needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.

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

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Building for Kids Children's Museum - Youth Education Coordinator

FLSA Status: Full-Time (30-40 hours/week at $14-$18/hour; benefits eligible; primarily evenings and weekends)

Summary: The Youth Education Coordinator is new position with the Building for Kids, as we expand our team to meet the growing educational needs of youth in our community. The Youth Education Coordinator will be instrumental in facilitating programs that encourage hands-on learning, problem solving, and social/emotional development through the exploration of art, science, and mindfulness.

Click here for full position description.

Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Beth Vanderloop at bvanderloop@buildingforkids.org 

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Reach Counseling:  Prevention Educator/Youth and Teen Advocate

Position Summary: The Prevention Educator works directly with Winnebago school districts, counselors and teachers to coordinate Prevention Education in Winnebago public and private schools. 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. As a Youth and Teen Advocate, this individual will provide personal, school, medical and legal 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.

Click here for full position description.

How to apply:

All interested applicants are invited to send both a resume and cover letter to the Prevention Education/Youth and Teen Advocacy Manager, Anna Bunker, at anna@reachcounseling.com 

Application deadline: October 1, 2021

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Production Worker (Choose your schedule)

Available Locations: 

110 N. Kensington Drive, Appleton, 2730 N Roemer Road, Appleton,255 Spring St, Clintonville

First shift: Monday-Friday 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.(Kensington Drive and Roemer Road) Monday-Friday 5:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Spring St) Second shift: Monday-Friday 4:15 p.m. to 12:45 a.m. (Kensington Drive)

JOB SUMMARY:  Involves performing simple one or two-step packaging or assembly jobs. Although there is minimal demand for independent judgment or quality inspection, it does require the correct number of pieces or correct orientation within gross tolerances. Performs other duties as required. 

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A PRODUCTION WORKER:

1. May include counting and inserting product into a bag or chipbox and placing on a conveyor.

2. Removing production from a master carton and placing on a conveyor, or

3. Collating product and placing in a container or on a conveyor, or

4. Attaching pieces together by the use of a hex wrench or screwdriver, or

5. Gluing flaps or pockets of folders, or

6. Applying labels to corrugate using adhesives. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Work performed is generally within the medium range as defined by the United States Department of Labor. PAY: $10 - $12.50, $100.00 SIGN ON BONUS!

ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients' and customers' needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.

How to apply:  Please submit resumes to hr@vpind.com

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AmeriCorps: Health & Wellness Coordinator

Host Site:  SOAR Fox Cities, 211 E Franklin St., Ste A, Appleton, WI  54911

Position Overview:  The Health & Wellness Coordinator with SOAR Fox Cities will design, implement, coordinate and lead agency supported health & wellness activities specifically for youth and adults living with a developmental disability. The Coordinator will be responsible for engaging directly with youth and adults with disabilities and their families/caregivers in healthy activities onsite, in the community, and with community partners.

Click here to review the position description.

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Memorial Presbyterian Church:  Financial Associate (Part-time)

Job Summary:  Provides financial oversight and administration for Memorial Presbyterian Church. The part-time position of bookkeeper works an average of 12-16 hours per week. There are times when the hours may be greater such as during year-end accounting work and preparation of employee records. The bookkeeper shall be authorized to handle cash, conduct banking, and open the safe. 

Click here to view position description for full details.

How to apply:  Please submit resume and cover via e-mail to info@mpcappleton.org.

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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.

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

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

JOB SUMMARY:  A Job Coach at VPI provides vocational and programmatic support to program participants at community based work sites, and at all Valley Packaging locations. Communicates relevant issues and overall progress to the Community-Based Service Manager. 

ABOUT YOU:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Additional course work in human services or related field – preferred
  • Minimum one (1) year experience working with individuals with disabilities
  • Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to work flexible hours to include evenings, weekends, and holidays on an as-needed basis 

 A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A JOB COACH AT VPI:

  • Provides hands-on demonstration of work tasks and observes program participant’s performance.  Assists in ensuring that work site activities remain consistent with the participant’s rehabilitation program
  • Responsible for the preparation of accurate and timely rehabilitation reports.  Attends staffings, as needed, to report on participant’s progress
  • Professionally communicates with employers, work site supervisors and staff, and other VPI staff to facilitate mutual program planning
  • Assists in training program participants in the areas of work skills, social and personal adjustment, and community adjustment
  • Assists in developing and conducting special training programs, classes, and activities to broaden the participant’s career awareness
  • Provides assistance/job coaching to other community support programs as needed 

Base pay starting at $15/hour, $100.00 SIGN ON BONUS!

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

To apply, please email a cover letter with resume to: to hr@vpind.com

ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients’ and customers’ needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers.

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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.

Click here for a full job description.

Apply:  Email cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by Monday, September 13, 2021.

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AmeriCorps:  Youth Mental Health Program Assistant

HOST SITE:  Northeast Wisconsin Mental Health Connection Office located at ThedaCare Behavioral Health, 1095 Midway Road, Menasha, WI  54952

OVERVIEW: The Northeast Wisconsin (NEW) Mental Health Connection is seeking a program assistant who is passionate about youth mental health advocacy who will help support the agency’s region-wide implementation of Sources of Strength. 

Sources of Strength is a best practice youth suicide prevention project that utilizes the power of peer social networks to change unhealthy norms and culture, towards the outcome of ultimately preventing suicide, bullying and substance abuse. The program focuses on spreading Hope, Help and Strength and is designed to prevent suicide by increasing help-seeking behaviors and connections between peers and caring adults. 

The ideal candidate will have strong verbal and writing skills; demonstrable initiative, creativity, and flexibility; ability to work independently as well as effectively in groups; and strong interpersonal and organizational skills.

Click here to review the position description  

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.:  Pediatric Speech/Language Pathologist

JOB SUMMARY:  This position will provide quality speech/language therapy services through education and coaching to families and colleagues in order to maximize the functional independence of children birth to three years within their family's daily routines and activities. The therapist will be a member of a trans-disciplinary Early Intervention Team supporting infants and toddlers with developmental delays and their families in the child's natural environment through the Primary Coach Approach to Teaming. 

ABOUT YOU:

  • Master's Degree in Speech/Language Pathology
  • One year supervised experience working with families of children with special needs and knowledge of Birth to Three (Part C) regulations.
  • Previous experience as SLP preferred.
  • Licensure from the State of Wisconsin
  • Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A PEDIATRIC SPEECH/LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST:

  • 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 hearing loss and testing, developmental speech/language delays, oral motor concerns, articulation difficulties and assistive technology
  • Provide 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
  • Accept coaching from colleagues when appropriate in order to provide comprehensive support to children and their families
  • Collaborate with community agencies and professionals in order to provide timely and seamless services to children and their families
  • Develop and maintain progress reports and documentation in compliance with agency and state regulations
  • Ensure that families receive accurate information using understandable language in a timely manner
  • Assist families in transition to other programs by providing information and guidance when appropriate

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Demonstrate practices consistent with the State of Wisconsin DHS 90, ASHA and WSHA, based on state and federal legislation and best practice recommendations
  • Participate in professional development opportunities and maintain professional licensure as required Attend all required staff meetings, team meetings and department meetings
  • Participate in reflective supervision, accept feedback in a professional manner and take responsibility for job performance Comply with privacy laws and requirements under HIPAA regulations
  • Report suspected abuse/neglect to Child Protective Services and EIP Director and document accordingly 
  • Base salary $50,000-60,000/year, $100.00 SIGN ON BONUS!
  • Work performed is generally within the sedentary range as defined by the United States Department of Labor. 

ABOUT VPI:

Valley Packaging Industries (VPI) is a community rehabilitation center that provides a variety of human services and vocational skills training to Fox Valley residents and manufacturing-related business services to private industry. Valley Packaging is the result of a partnership created more than 60 years ago with parents of people with disabilities, local manufacturers, and human service providers. By consistently meeting clients' and customers' needs, Valley Packaging has grown into the successful service organization it is today with: over 800,000 sq. ft. of customizable production space, large isolated packaging areas, capacity available for growth, high-speed equipment, and a uniquely blended workforce that integrates hundreds of individuals with disabilities with technically trained production workers. 

ABOUT THE EARLY INTERVENTION (BIRTH TO 3) PROGRAM OF OUTAGAIE AND WINNEBAGO COUNTIES

The Early Intervention Program provides comprehensive services and support to families and children under the age of three who are experiencing delays in their development or have special needs. The focus is on supporting parents and caregivers and giving them the tools they need to help their children develop and learn.

How to apply:  Please email your resume to hr@vpind.com

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AmeriCorps:  Crisis Housing In-Kind Donation Coordinator

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

OVERVIEW: The Crisis Housing In-Kind Donation Coordinator 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 9/1/2021 and end of 2/28/2022.  
  • Time Requirements:
    • The member is expected to serve 450 hours, which averages 18-25 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 $352.92 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 $1,678.57
    • 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. 
  • Preference will be given for application materials submitted by Monday, August 16th. Please email completed application to Amanda Ross, AmeriCorps Program Manager. Email: Amanda.ross@unitedwayfoxcities.org. Please call Amanda Ross at 920-735-5479 if different way is needed to submit the application.

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Bletzinger Rehabilitation House:  Mental Health Residential Aide (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? 

We have an opening at Bletzinger Rehabilitation House for a Mental Health Residential Aide (Part-time, Weekends, Overnight shifts) 

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. 

$500 bonus after three months of employment. 

Job Summary: This position is for 3rd (overnight) shifts/weekends and occasional second shifts (noon to 9 or 11 p.m.). Some weekdays availability is also a plus. We are seeking a new staff member to begin as soon as possible. You will be scheduled for 8 to 10 shifts a month, mostly Friday and Saturdays, overnight. 

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

There may be occasion to pick up additional shifts from co-workers. 

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 welcome. Telephone: (920) 725-2271.

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AmeriCorps:  Client Outreach Coordinator (recruiting one 450 hour position)

Host Site:  Community Clothes Closet, Menasha, WI

Position overview: The Client Outreach Coordinator is a part-time position dedicated to providing exceptional customer service and support to Community Clothes Closet’s clients. With the support of the Executive Director and Operations Director, the Client Outreach Coordinator will assist with planning, implementing and coordinating a new Clothes Closet outreach program, Traveling Closet. This outreach program is designed to provide high priority basic needs clothing to students. This position will be responsible for client communication, scheduling, shopping assistance, clothing donation intake and inventory preparation revolving around Traveling Closet. Monthly travel to the Oshkosh Area School District to host the Traveling Closet will be required.

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WWBIC:  Small Business Consultant - Racine/Kenosha, WI

WWBIC is a CDFI organization that has served 68,516 clients since its inception almost 35 years ago. Since our incorporation in 1987, we have also loaned more than $82 million to small business borrowers, and helped entrepreneurs create and retain 12,538 jobs. In 2020 alone WWBIC closed $6,380,117 in small business loans which includes WWBIC loans ($4,327,250), the SBA Payment Protection Program (PPP) ($1,628,267), and Community Block Development Block Grant (CDBG) forgivable loans ($424,600) with millions still in our pipeline for support in 2021. We remain central to the small business recovery and restart here in Wisconsin by supporting micro and small businesses in our local communities and throughout the state – those creating jobs and employment while providing needed products and services. 

We are currently recruiting for an individual to support our mission in the following capacity.

Small Business Consultant – Racine/Kenosha, WI

This position is responsible for delivery and coordination of WWBIC’s business assistance programs.  Core responsibilities include: assessing client needs and providing direct one-on-one or small group technical assistance and counseling to WWBIC loan clients; conducting business site visits; promoting awareness of client businesses; performing comprehensive review of business plans including marketing, financial goals, financial statements, and projections; developing action plans to achieve goals and monitoring progress; and assisting clients in creating cash flow projections and financial analysis for guidance in making decisions.

This position requires a genuine desire to work with small business owners of diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.  Some travel and evening/weekend hours required.  Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, 3-5 years solid work experience, preferably in small business planning, business development, or business counseling and strong communication skills and professionalism is required. Having been a small business owner previously is preferred.

The salary is competitive, depending on qualifications.  Benefits include health and dental coverage, 403(b) savings plan and more in a family-friendly environment. To apply, please email a letter of application, resume & salary requirements to jobs@wwbic.com.  

 Equal Opportunity Employer

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WWBIC:  Marketing Communications Manager - Milwaukee, WI

The Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) is a leading innovative statewide economic development corporation that’s been “Putting Dreams to Work” since 1987. As a non-for-profit organization, we open the doors of opportunity by providing targeted individuals who are interested in starting, strengthening or expanding businesses with access to critical resources such as responsible financial products and quality business and financial training. Our focus is on individuals who face barriers in accessing traditional financing or resources – in particular women, people of color, veterans and low- wealth individuals.

We are currently recruiting for an individual to support our mission in the following capacity. 

Marketing Communications Manager – Milwaukee, WI 

This position is responsible for developing, coordinating and deploying WWBIC’s state-wide marketing communication efforts. The Manager will develop print and electronic collateral, develop key messages for all audiences to communicate our brand, assist in managing marketing projects, and take photos of clients and maintain an organized photo library. In addition they will update WWBIC social media, maintain/update the WWBIC website and write/edit WWBIC media releases. 

This position requires three to five years’ experience in marketing communications and branding along with Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Strong organizational, analytical, interpersonal and communication skills are a must. Demonstratable skill with Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Cloud skills (particularly InDesign, Illustrator, & Photoshop) and familiarity with written communication, copywriting, graphic design, social media, photography and creative services is needed. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple deadlines is needed for success. Valid driver’s license and proof of insurance on vehicle used is required as position requires local travel. Occasional evening/weekend work may be expected. 

The salary is competitive, depending on qualifications. Benefits include health and dental coverage, 403(b) savings plan and more in a family-friendly environment. To apply, please email a letter of application, resume & salary requirements to jobs@wwbic.com. 

Equal Opportunity Employer

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WWBIC:  Education and Volunteer Program Manager - Milwaukee, WI

The Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) is a leading innovative statewide economic development corporation that’s been “Putting Dreams to Work” since 1987. We open the doors of opportunity by providing targeted individuals who are interested in starting, strengthening or expanding businesses with access to critical resources such as responsible financial products and quality business and financial education. Our focus is on individuals who face barriers in accessing traditional financing or resources – in particular women, people of color, veterans and low-income individuals. To learn more about WWBIC visit: www.wwbic.com

We are currently recruiting for an individual to support our mission in the following capacity. 

Education and Volunteer Program Manager – Milwaukee, WI

This full-time position has responsibility to lead the coordination of our statewide volunteer program, support development of new statewide programming/workshops and serve as key contact for educational programming in our Greater Milwaukee market. 

The Manager will serve as the statewide lead to administer our volunteer programs. This will include developing and implementing consistent practices for volunteer tracking & reporting, recruitment, orientation, and recognition for all regional offices, while ensuring our volunteers are actively engaged. 

The Manager will collaborate with Regional Directors and Office Coordinators to develop new statewide programming and workshops and conduct research on industry trends and development. In addition, they will have responsibility for coordination of classes and program related events, scheduling & confirming logistics and instructors, monitoring registration, marketing & promotion, preparation & set up, and attending classes and events as needed in the Greater Milwaukee Market. The Manager will also provide backup coverage for our front desk and share the story of WWBIC. 

This position requires three to five years related work experience, preferably in program logistics/coordination or volunteer coordination and Bachelor degree or related experience. Must possess professionalism, ability to multi-task and effectively meet deadlines, as well as strong organizational & communication skills. Must have demonstrable Microsoft Office skills; database experience a plus. The ability to manage large volumes of work in a busy office is vital. Valid driver’s license and proof of insurance on vehicle used is required as position requires local travel.

Evening/occasional weekend work can be expected. 

The salary is competitive, depending on qualifications. Benefits include health and dental coverage, 403(b) savings plan and more in a family-friendly environment. To apply, please email a letter of application, resume & salary requirements to jobs@wwbic.com. 

Equal Opportunity Employer

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WWBIC: Bilingual Loan Officer - Milwaukee

WWBIC (Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation) is a CDFI organization that has served 68,516 clients since its inception almost 35 years ago. Since our incorporation in 1987, we have also loaned more than $82 million to small business borrowers, and helped entrepreneurs create and retain 12,538 jobs. In 2020 alone WWBIC closed $6,380,117 in small business loans which includes WWBIC loans ($4,327,250), the SBA Payment Protection Program (PPP) ($1,628,267), and Community Block Development Block Grant (CDBG) forgivable loans ($424,600) with millions still in our pipeline for support in 2021. We remain central to the small business recovery and restart here in Wisconsin by supporting micro and small businesses in our local communities and throughout the state – those creating jobs and employment while providing needed products and services. 

We are currently recruiting for an individual to support our mission in the following capacity. 

Bilingual Loan Officer -  Milwaukee 

This full time position is responsible for producing approved, closed and disbursed business loans and for expansion of WWBIC’s micro lending programs with a focus on Hispanic, bi-lingual and Spanish-speaking clients. Core responsibilities include:  Identify, analyze, underwrite and close loan applications, develop and foster key relationships to ensure collaborative partnerships with area financial institutions and other sources for loan referrals, maintain a presence in the community to facilitate loan production, represent WWBIC at community and professional functions, conferences and meetings and maintain on going loan client contact. 

This position requires a genuine desire to work with business owners of diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.   Bachelor’s degree, at least 5 years solid work experience in commercial banking or underwriting, strong analytical and organization skills, the ability to multitask and meet deadlines and strong communication skills and Spanish-language fluency are required.  Must have valid drivers license and proof of insurance as position requires local travel.   Experience in small business financing or community development lending is preferred. 

The salary is competitive, depending on qualifications.  Benefits include health and dental coverage, 403(b) savings plan and more in a family-friendly environment. To apply, please email a letter of application, resume & salary requirements to jobs@wwbic.com. 

Equal Opportunity Employer

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WWBIC - Loan Officer - Location Open/Statewide

WWBIC (Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation) is a CDFI organization that has served 68,516 clients since its inception almost 35 years ago. Since our incorporation in 1987, we have also loaned more than $82 million to small business borrowers, and helped entrepreneurs create and retain 12,538 jobs. In 2020 alone WWBIC closed $6,380,117 in small business loans which includes WWBIC loans ($4,327,250), the SBA Payment Protection Program (PPP) ($1,628,267), and Community Block Development Block Grant (CDBG) forgivable loans ($424,600) with millions still in our pipeline for support in 2021. We remain central to the small business recovery and restart here in Wisconsin by supporting micro and small businesses in our local communities and throughout the state – those creating jobs and employment while providing needed products and services.

We are currently recruiting for an individual to support our mission in the following capacity.

 Loan Officer - Location Open/Statewide

 The Loan Officer has responsibility to produce approved, closed and disbursed microloans and for expansion of WWBIC’s micro lending programs.  Core responsibilities include:  Identify, analyze, underwrite and close loan applications, develop and foster key relationships to ensure collaborative partnerships with area financial institutions and other sources for loan referrals, maintain a presence in the community to facilitate loan production, represent WWBIC at community and professional functions, conferences and meetings and maintain on going loan client contact. 

This position requires a genuine desire to work with business owners of diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.   Bachelor’s degree, at least 5 years solid work experience in commercial banking or underwriting, strong analytical and organization skills, the ability to multitask and meet deadlines and strong communication skills are required.  Must have valid drivers license and proof of insurance as position requires local travel.   Experience in small business financing or community development lending is preferred. SBA loan origination experience and fluency in Spanish is a plus. 

The salary is competitive, depending on qualifications.  Benefits include health and dental coverage, 403(b) savings plan and more in a family-friendly environment. To apply, please email a letter of application, resume & salary requirements to jobs@wwbic.com.

 Equal Opportunity Employer

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NAMI Fox Valley:  Iris Place Peer Companion - Overnight Shift (10pm-6am)

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 4 eight-hour shifts per week (may include weekends and holidays), typically 10pm to 6am. The individual also will be responsible for attending monthly staff meetings and other periodic meetings and trainings falling outside the hours of their regular shifts. The individual may occasionally be asked to cover additional peer companion shifts as the need arises.

Note: If an applicant is interested in regularly working three shifts per week, rather than four, that may be possible and the applicant should let us know their preference during the application process.

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 August 2021. 

Application deadline: Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. We hope to place someone in this role by late August 2021.

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AmeriCorps:  Health and Wellness and Community Outreach Coordinator (recruiting one 1,700 hour position)

Host Site:  Be Well Fox Valley, Menasha, WI

Position overview: United Way Fox Cities/Be Well Fox Valley (BWFV) is looking for a full-time AmeriCorps member to enhance capacity and provide educational opportunities that focus on the 5 BWFV Goals:

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

This position includes developing content for social media, website, print materials, etc. as part of the marketing and communications plan to educate the community about Be Well Fox Valley’s goals and community opportunities.  In addition, the AmeriCorps member will assist with coordination of an Eat Well for Life program, which provides healthy food and education to food insecure individuals with diabetes or pre-diabetes; helping them learn to eat healthy, exercise, and better manage their disease. In addition, the AmeriCorps member will provide health education and capacity-building services in other settings such as clinics, schools, workplace, early care, hospitals, neighborhoods, and/or the faith community.

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Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council:  Program Services Coordinator

The Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council (MMFHC) is seeking a Program Services Coordinator to provide an array of fair housing services to persons residing in northeast Wisconsin through a satellite office in Appleton, Wisconsin. The mission of MMFHC is to promote fair housing throughout the State of Wisconsin by combating illegal housing discrimination, and by creating and maintaining racially and economically integrated housing patterns.

Position Description:  The Program Services Coordinator will staff a full-time position (40 hours per week) that reports directly to MMFHC’s Director of Program Services. The Program Services Coordinator is primarily responsible for the implementation of fair housing outreach and education services in northeast Wisconsin. This staff person will also be responsible for assisting with administrative duties, including report preparation and communication with local officials and funding sources, and will assist in the provision of enforcement program activities. Salary for this position is $34,000-$46,500, depending on experience and qualifications. 

Qualifications

  • Excellent analytical, writing and public speaking skills
  • Reliable, detail-oriented, and exceptionally well-organized
  • Ability to manage one’s own time and work independently
  • Ability to work cooperatively and effectively with diverse groups of people and organizations
  • Committed to vigorous enforcement of fair housing and fair lending laws
  • Computer literacy, including experience with Microsoft applications (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Spanish or Hmong language proficiency a plus
  • Familiarity with northeast Wisconsin, housing market practices, community-based programs preferred
  • B.A./B.S. preferred, but commensurate experience will be considered
  • Valid driver’s license

How to Apply:

NO TELEPHONE INQUIRIES ACCEPTED

Please submit a cover letter and current résumé to: mmfhc@fairhousingwisconsin.com

A cover letter and current résumé may also be submitted by mail to:

MMFHC

Attention: Human Resources Committee 759 N. Milwaukee Street, Suite 500

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Application Deadline:  August 31, 2021

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes:  Property Assistant (Part-time)

Job Summary:  Focus on supporting the Appleton Service Center and Winnecomac Camp Property. Provide general maintenance and some custodial services at council properties.

Reports to: Property Manager

Classification: Part-time, non-exempt

Pay Grade:  $11.00 - $12.00

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain day to day operations at assigned property
  • Follow long range property plans for assigned properties
  • Follow approved budget plan for property and provide purchase documentation and receipts
  • Create annual budget for specific properties and keep expenditures within budget.
  • Meet deadlines and process reports in a timely manner.
  • Suggest, plan and perform improvements to camp buildings and property in accordance with council strategy.
  • Support camp directors, volunteers and staff for camp projects.
  • Follow GSUSA and council policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with relevant American Camping Association, federal, state and local laws, regulations and codes.
  • Coordinate and work with contractors as needed.
  • Be able to submit payment request according to budget standards
  • Perform year-round grounds maintenance which includes snow removal, trail clearing, road maintenance and lawn mowing.
  • Clean and maintain building and equipment.
  • Maintain and make improvements to interior and exterior of service centers.
  • Maintain inventory of tools, equipment and supplies or assist Property Manager with this function.

To see more information about the position please follow our link https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUjNy2TEZOrTRBmJis6PhrUAAi6ZPejHCyCJ8oTQX0m9qBs2WDUq2ndI69sX7qoDtR3jF9wCCxkIQXUTFj36fh34-3DpX59_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2s34LHDb5pyU-2FiW2Q14LXuyxVLVXDKimAcffAIjbNR8Yj-2BIOwlYLJODmrBgZ6CC8eBRKPLkU04nFAIACMWZKk6xy-2FD7N5EXudpQhZ-2BkLB8yxw7kGK74i0CK2L7arAbUUz3VTecYAZYR89h4RBr4A67lrk90cR9i2-2B4FQiSDaOk7bZjmvA2Sz3l8fKU4vxStQrn

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Forward Service Corporation:  FSET Case Manager

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

Forward Service Corporation, a passionate, not-for-profit firm that strives to provide exceptional customer service in employment and training related services to local, state and federally funded program participants. Our non-profit firm is seeking one full-time FSET Case Manager in Manitowoc, WI. 

The FSET Case Manager serves as the primary case worker for the FSET program and customers. Provides FSET case management services through the Job Center and neighborhood sites and communities. 

The FSET Case Manager is a rewarding position that works in a fast pace environment while working with participants to map their dream, promote self-sufficiency and helping unleash their potential! 

PRIMARY DUTIES INCLUDE 

Assessing an applicant's needs, making referrals to other service providers, and empowering individuals to reach self-sufficiency Providing screening and placement of program participants

Providing employment counseling, employment search and job placement services Marketing services provided under the FSET program to community agencies and employers

Maintaining confidentiality of all participants, quality assurance, benefit issuance, and case maintenance Developing and maintaining employer relations, community awareness and partnerships

Entering all program related data accurately and timely into CWW/CARES 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES 

The ideal FSET Case Manager will have knowledge of appropriate job search techniques and knowledge of FoodShare Employment & Training (FSET) and related programs. This position requires the ability to provide strength-based case management, work in a fast-paced team environment, and present at workshops. This position requires excellent organizational skills, oral and written communication skills, and the ability to operate a PC using Microsoft Office software. 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE 

Associate degree and two (2) plus years work-related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experience. 

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS 

Forward Service Corporation offers a competitive wage for this full-time, non-exempt position with a starting rate of $19.01/hour with additional compensation based on direct experience beyond the minimum requirements. This full-time position is Monday-Friday, includes an excellent benefits package, a phenomenal 401(k) plan, as well as an excellent Paid Time Off (PTO) bank and 11 paid holidays! 

FSC is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, and promotion, without regard to age, ancestry, arrest or conviction record, color, creed, handicap or disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or membership in any reserve component of the United States or state military forces.

To apply, click on the link below:

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

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AmeriCorps:  Health, Nutrition and Wellness Program Assistant (recruiting one 1,700 hour position)

Host Site:  UW-Oshkosh Head Start

Position Overview: UW Oshkosh Head Start would like a full time AmeriCorps member to join their team to support the health, nutrition and wellness goals. Head Start provides a comprehensive education program for children ages 3-5 years and their families. The member would enhance the delivery of education to the children and families by providing lessons to small groups of children in the classrooms and reaching out to families to provide individualized information and support.

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AmeriCorps:  Lifestyle Wellness Coach (recruiting one 900 hour position)

Host Site:  Mosaic Family Health, Appleton, WI

Position Overview:  The member will enhance diabetes prevention and self-management efforts by incorporating lifestyle education with primary medical treatment and care. The member will serve time primarily at Mosaic Family Health involved in the Eat Well for Life program with Be Well Fox Valley to deliver Diabetic Education and programming in the Fox Valley. The member will assist in identification, screening, data collection, and patient engagement related to this project.  In addition, the position will assist with development of patient education for exam rooms and waiting areas.

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AmeriCorps:  Health and Wellness Coordinator (recruiting one 900 hour position)

Host Site:  ThedaCare, Appleton, WI

Position Overview: The Be Well Fox Valley Eat Well for Life (EWFL) program is a collaboration among local health systems in the Fox Valley area designed to support individuals with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes and food insecurity by providing education and food to improve their health. The AmeriCorps member will help screen and enroll patients into the program, collect data, organize various aspects of the program and provide ongoing support to patients.

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AmeriCorps:  Health and Wellness Coordinator (recruiting one 900 hour position)

Host Site:  Partnership Community Health Center, Appleton, WI

Position 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 programming 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.

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Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes (GSNWGL):  Finance Manager (Full-time)

REPORTS TO: Comptroller

SALARY:  Scale starts at $45,000 /year

LOCATION: Appleton, Wisconsin

Job Summary:  The Finance Manager is a professional position with the responsibility to manage financial accounting to ensure the fiscal health and stability of the council and is responsible for performing a wide range of financial duties aligning with GAAP. The Manager works closely with the Comptroller and the CSO to develop and implement council financial and retail strategies. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

In partnership with the Comptroller, provide financial leadership and direction for the finance and retail teams.

Ensure that financial systems and procedures comply with established council, financial, and legal policies, practices and regulations in accordance with GAAP.

Perform assigned accounting tasks which may include general journal, accounts payable, cash receipts, payroll or fixed assets. Responsible for researching, tracking and resolving accounting or documentation problems and discrepancies.

Reconcile assigned accounts on a monthly basis.

Regularly address accounting related questions within and outside the organization.

Prepares the council for the yearly audit by reconciling accounts, data gathering, completing questionnaires and other activities as assigned. Provide leadership support to the: annual budgeting process, month end financial reporting, development of United Way applications, finance projections and Standard Operating Procedure development.

Support council functions through promotion of council sponsored activities. Promote the Girl Scout culture of philanthropy by cultivating and building relationships with donors.

Look for full details on our website.

How to apply:

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

Application deadline: September 2021

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Forward Service Corporation:  RTL Case Manager

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

Forward Service Corporation is a passionate not-for-profit firm that strives to provide exceptional customer service in employment and training related services to local, state, and federally funded program participants. Our non-profit firm is seeking one full-time Road to Livelihood (RTL) Case Manager in Green Bay, WI.

The RTL Case Manager is responsible for assessment, planning, job search, development and placement of refugee customers. They are responsible for assisting already employed customers in finding job upgrades that will lead to a growth in income for the customer and their family. Additional duties include assessing customers' needs, making referrals to other service providers, providing supportive service as applicable, and working with employers on behalf of the Refugee customers.

The Road to Livelihood (RTL) Case Manager is a rewarding position that works in a fast pace environment while working with customer to promote self-sufficiency and helping to unleash their potential!

View full job description and apply by the application deadline, August 6, 2021, by going to:

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

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Greater Fox Cities Habitat for Humanity:  Lead Associate (Part-time)

Reports to:  Store Manager

Compensation:  $14.00/hr

Purpose:  Support the management team to ensure that all sales, merchandising, cash-handling, donation acceptance, processing, pricing, 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.

View full job description and apply by the application deadline, August 6, 2021, by going to:

https://foxcitieshabitat.org/lead-associate/

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Greater Fox Cities Habitat for Humanity:  Store Associate (Part-time)

Reports to:  Store Manager

Compensation:  $13.00/hr  

Purpose:  To 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.

View full job description and apply by the application deadline, August 6, 2021, by going to: 

https://foxcitieshabitat.org/store-associate-2/

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Nonprofit Leadership Initiative/Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region:  Administrative Associate (Part-time)

The Nonprofit Leadership Initiative, a program of the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, is hiring a new, part-time Administrative Associate. 

The Administrative Associate will be part of a team of professionals who work together under the core values of integrity, respect, and teamwork to support the mission of the Nonprofit Leadership Initiative. Our mission is to provide Fox Valley nonprofits with opportunities for leadership development and learning to better achieve their missions. Learn more at www.NPleadershipfv.org. Learn more about the Foundation at www.cffoxvalley.org. 

The Nonprofit Leadership Initiative is a partnership of Fox Valley-area nonprofits, funders, educational institutions, and businesses dedicated to providing resources needed by effective nonprofit boards and executive leaders. We offer a wide range of leadership, management, and technical skill-building programs, as well as peer learning circles, to the entire nonprofit sector in the Fox Valley through the following programs: Leadership Institute, Board Academy, Board Connect, Nonprofit Next, Network for Good and Leadership Forums. 

Responsibilities and opportunities related to this position are aligned with NPLI and Community Foundation values and contribute to NPLI's mission by: 

  • Providing administrative support for all programs & events.
  • Maintaining mailing lists in multiple platforms.
  • Supporting all committee meetings and events.
  • Assisting with managing ongoing communication.

View full job description.

How to apply:  Submit your resume and cover letter to careers@cffoxvalley.org.

 Application deadline: 8/15/21

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Winnebago County Health Department:  Community Health Strategist - Drug Free Communities Grant Coordinator

JOB SUMMARY:  We're looking for someone to manage activities that support the goals and objectives of our Drug Free Communities (DFC) Grant and provide coordination for Breakwater: A Community Together, a coalition focused on preventing and reducing youth substance use in Winnebago County. The DFC grant works to enhance and strengthen collaboration among communities and reduce substance use by youth, and over time, adults. This Community Health Strategist position analyzes data, identifies community needs and works with community members and partners to implement programs and strategies designed to encourage drug free communities. This position ensures completion of objectives and reports, coordinates community volunteers and workgroups, and handles day-to-day business of the grant project.

To view the full job description, go to:

https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/sites/default/files/HumanResources/Jobs/community_health_strategist.pdf

Go to www.co.winnebago.wi.us/human-resources to apply.

Application:  https://www.co.winnebago.wi.us/sites/default/files/HumanResources/Application_form.pdf

 Application deadline: August 9, 2021

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Assistant Branch Director - Teen Center

Oversee the implementation and delivery of operations, programs, services and activities that facilitate achievement of the organization’s program goals and outcomes.  Responsible for supervising Youth Development Specialists (YDS) in the Teen Center.

For a complete job description, qualifications needed, and to apply, go to: 

https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUk58ldhn9jKGsRe-2FSpaOHHGgUEUv0ORCKEeVCeCAFuwYnjZEla4y9-2BectwJ3UGwtXQ-3D-3DUnPV_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2sy-2B9GqSVkM6C748PPdGMzwGzmVOHIFc4xGRFM-2FNdfApltWd4iypZ6DK9N-2FQGWKjJYLc3iPV6KWb2BvtV2Q1ND-2Fty7hC1CJ-2FkBvVfXlmhqL0svdZqaM4-2F0gk51x0PF-2BWREBM0CJTgigljdvy5xgH6-2B3cywDr6VT4UhRejPPDe8SNxKaYa56F1o9npXg-2FeL65dn

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Program Coordinator for Statewide Initiatives

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.

For a complete job description, qualifications needed, and to apply, go to: 

https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUk58ldhn9jKGsRe-2FSpaOHHGgUEUv0ORCKEeVCeCAFuwYnjZEla4y9-2BectwJ3UGwtXQ-3D-3D7kRq_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2sumzQ2XlXdJJpeh7PrVeox0FL0a6eaLxn87J4hHsSIC6vOmTsO79-2BJ6BrU29hUC9ENNBjSmEDQwhVW6gK-2BbP2r139x-2BXPJP1a16iG3q4YBhveZFpaKSBJNdlMHCKUXXXknykzn1TtUyy33AirarMbMbFc5HscFmZ8Ds5NTqulQuBRNLg6KTWqWoR7xvaR0QtB

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  AmeriCorps Program Assistant (One Full-time and One Part-time)

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is searching for talented, dynamic and motivated youth-focused professionals to provide crisis intervention, prevention education, advocacy, outreach, case management, and other support services for youth and families experiencing challenges related to running away and/or transience and/or housing insecurities. 

Primary Function:  The AmeriCorps Program Assistants will use a best-practice, trauma-informed approach to working with at-risk, runaway, transient, and homeless youth and families involved with the Home Base program. Program Assistants will work independently and collaboratively as part of a team, as well as a part of a larger collaborative community agency.  Program Assistants will conduct crisis intervention and response, hotline response, street and community outreach, educational programming, small wellness groups, connection to resources, and additional support activities to youth and families in the service area.

For a complete job description, qualifications needed, and to apply, go to:

https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUk58ldhn9jKGsRe-2FSpaOHHGgUEUv0ORCKEeVCeCAFuwYnjZEla4y9-2BectwJ3UGwtXQ-3D-3DgSE1_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2szEZHpzbAzObQi6azrZImg8LnCa6-2FxECsAyP9Ia3dmkPkfJ3Z6rqkuUgS6Znj-2BmRrBgBsoEHeIYyWRCz6voTHZpWqjg34zJ-2BvDy3chGidT2leG599B-2BbE9D-2FtFgoL-2FVmQjrjNyu630PGaUN43FrOSx4BioF-2FNgZN-2FFs9uUJKbOQJYKGAWyZWit4-2BFn7Jehoq1

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Unit Coordinator (Part-time)

We have several Part-time Unit Coordinator positions open at our school sites.

The Unit Coordinator will be responsible for assisting the Unit Director in the development and delivery of programming. Functions as a lead staff person for this priority program area at the and is responsible for supervising Youth Development Specialists (YDS) in this area. Responsible for additional administrative duties including but not limited to maintaining the member database, creating schedules and developing lesson plans. This role is to help maintain and regulate club member behaviors, facilitate family engagement, support the Boys & Girls Club staff and partner with administration. This position will also develop and maintain respectful and collaborative relationships.

For a complete job description, qualifications needed, and to apply, go to:

https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUk58ldhn9jKGsRe-2FSpaOHHGgUEUv0ORCKEeVCeCAFuwYnjZEla4y9-2BectwJ3UGwtXQ-3D-3DTY0p_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2sinFctxQUABaTAKkrCKh-2F52VjIHPWheiL4bIH-2BVNuLq3PW-2ByznuJEjuRRI-2FMcW6woymQBx8Xlmeia2hs-2FgOUife36jwxfLst6QHHy9UkdNp4zrGpmvh1xd6lsVOFXf7BKAG8CauNN1NefIgrlz6IvtNjePsfonJnpR1L64VkyD-2BYZwmglsqZQaLrBlN-2FiTkHH

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Membership Coordinator

The Membership Coordinator will be responsible for answering and directing incoming phone calls, preparing correspondence and reports, copying, maintaining records, filing, typing, ordering and       stocking office supplies, maintaining office equipment, distributing mail, entering data, depositing receipts, and data reporting. Additionally, they will ensure daily duties associated with the front desk control desk are consistent with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley’s mission.

For a complete job description, qualifications needed, and to apply, go to:

https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUk58ldhn9jKGsRe-2FSpaOHHGgUEUv0ORCKEeVCeCAFuwYnjZEla4y9-2BectwJ3UGwtXQ-3D-3D_n2I_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2sSwFV6Ec-2FpECfmMBuQLaFrsvSWdxHXfDtvB-2FMBFwMtLDQOGERYJ-2BOlEoUwcgOt3vxDzyI3GNO7CebzFpzM3NyNnEqgatxa-2Fmjyq0Q-2FczhLSlr8aQXCP42pxQMLWKfI2Hl04e0vuvA2zzZOHc1RFxsoa-2F1eCQBY6Eoli3W-2F3nKushMNrJR4kNgsmIrDgTIivqd

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The Salvation Army:  Pathway of Hope Regional Director

The Salvation Army has an opening for the Regional Pathway of Hope Coordinator Position that supports the more “northern” locations in the Wisconsin/Upper Mich. Division. Placement is somewhat flexible as it is a remote position and we are looking for someone centrally located in Green Bay and Stevens Point but we have some flexibility within that.

For a complete job description, qualifications needed, and to apply, go to:

https://careers-uscsalvationarmy.icims.com/jobs/19092/pathway-of-hope-regional-coordinator/job

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The Production Farm:  Development Director

Who We Are: The Production Farm is a 501c (3) nonprofit organization behavioral and mental health agency operating in Northeast Wisconsin. We take an out of the box and holistic approach to mental health care with a focus on play, connection, and growth. 

Reports to:                 The Executive Staff (3) at The Production Farm

Location:                    Office location and remote

Hours:                         Exempt

Creative, ambitious, and willing to take risks, the Director of Development is charged with the primary responsibility of assisting in the creation, managing and implementing the organization’s first professional development plan, generated as part of the strategic planning process. This passionate person is responsible for planning, execution, control, and evaluation of fundraising (annual giving, events, major gifts, capital campaigns), educating/training the board of directors, community outreach as part of the development process, and establishment of necessary software to operate the new program effectively and successfully. The Development Director will work closely with the CEO, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, the board of directors, and fundraising volunteers to enhance and support the overall mission of The Production Farm, and to assure that ample unrestricted, program, and capital funds are generated to serve its important mission.

The Development Director is responsible for fund development for these purposes:

  • Operating Support
  • Major Projects, including new programs and collaborative ventures
  • Capital Campaigns, including expansion, renovation, and securing new sites
  • Planned Giving and Endowment Fund, future focus.

One quarter of the position is dedicated to Education & Outreach which includes:

  • Newsletter, impact report, and donor stewardship writing and publication
  • Preparation of fundraising press releases, handling of media relations and representation of the organization or preparation of the CEO/COO and Board of Directors to represent the organization to the media
  • Publication of documents to include fundraising letters, flyers, proposals, annual and impact reports, and other marketing materials
  • Generation of print materials, multi-media presentations to generate interest and support in existing and new markets/counties

Duties:

The Development Director is responsible for identifying and soliciting funds from private individuals, corporations, and foundations; fostering donor relations; and leading all aspects of the newly created fund development department at The Production Farm.

  • Develop and implement strategies of the newly created fund development plan, generated from the strategic planning process working collaboratively with the CEO/COO and philanthropy advisor every step along the way
  • Fully utilize the capabilities of the chosen donor management computer software applications in preparation of donor information and reports to be shared with the CEO/COO and the Board of Directors
  • Utilizing the industry’s donor cycle, effectively identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors at all levels
  • Develop and maintain systems of prospect management, research, and donor relations
  • Create and successfully manage the annual development department budget
  • Organize and execute all fundraising activities, including but not limited to annual giving, events, grants, capital campaigns, major gifts, planned giving, and employee giving/Peer to Peer campaigns
  • Plan and prepare for onsite and offsite meetings with donors, prospective donors, community leaders and friends of the organization; attend community events to network and introduce the organization, its need, and impact to the community
  • Evaluate the staffing needs of the fund development department including hiring, training, and retaining staff necessary to meet the goals and objectives of the organization
  • Attend and participate in professional development workshops and conferences to build skills and stay current with fund development trends that support goals and further the development of fundraising strategies
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Performance Expectations:

  • Ability to represent and articulate the mission of The Production Farm clearly and passionately
  • Ability to work with a high degree of independence in a fast-paced, dynamic, growing organization with growth goals to serve more individuals in need
  • Willing to try new things to get results, find inefficiencies in the current climate of development, and find a way to take advantage of all development opportunities presented to The Production Farm
  • Maintain outstanding time management and organizational skills; manage and meet internal and external deadlines
  • Strong and creative communication style; demonstrate ability to collaborate and communicate effectively in a team setting
  • Ability to maintain effective and professional relationships with internal team members, donors, community leaders; be coachable and self-aware
  • Demonstrate exceptional drive; be flexible with thought and time and work with a sense of urgency, patience, and personal responsibility
  • Exhibit humility and promote our culture and passion for serving mental and behavioral health services within our unique, out of the box culture while maintaining critical confidential information
  • The ability to think outside the box, be brave and daring, and willing to take risks, and be creative in all aspects of fund development

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in related field; Business, Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, Nonprofit Leadership
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience in fund development or sales; specifically experience with personal solicitations and a proven track record of achieving revenue related goals
  • Demonstrated successful experience in securing gifts; major, grants, annual giving
  • Certified Fundraising Executive certification (CFRE) and membership in AFP a plus.
  • Professional nonprofit leadership training, or certificate program is preferred
  • Experience and high comfort level with commonly used software; proficient in Google Suite, graphic software such as Canva and Adobe Suite, social media platforms, specialized fundraising software (ie: mobile giving), and donor management software (Network for Good, Raiser’s Edge, etc.)
  • Experience in the arts, film, or theatre a bonus!

The Production Farm offers excellent benefits to our employees including:

  • Company Medical, Vision, & Dental Insurance Plans
  • Company paid Life Insurance
  • Company paid Short and Long-term Disability
  • 401K
  • Paid Time Off (PTO); vacation and personal
  • Paid (non-working) holidays
  • Parental Leave
  • Remote work; flexibility

Compensation

The Production Farm offers competitive compensation commensurate with the candidate’s experience for this position. In addition, The Production Farm offers a robust benefits package including, PTO, 401K plan with match of 100% up to 3% and 50% at 4 and 5%, medical, vision, and dental insurance plans, paid life insurance, and paid short and long-term disability, paid holidays, parental leave, and remote work flexibility. Starting salary is $61,500.

We Believe . . .

We at the farm believe in Play, as play is proven to be a necessity in youth development, youth engagement, and also teaches competencies. We believe in connection not only with the youth we serve, but their families and communities. We also believe in growth, so that we can grow together and learn from each other. We hope to empower and engage, by giving youth voice, creative outlets, and meaningful connections so that we can provide opportunities for youth in care to succeed. 

By working at The Production Farm, you can make a difference in the lives of others. Our success has translated into a rapidly growing organization, offering career opportunities in recognition of hard work. For more information about our innovation and ever-growing organization go to theproductionfarm.org. 

Are you a passionate and successful development leader who is a self-starter builder style and likes to work independently? Do you thrive when you can spread your wings? Are you creative and like to work with like-minded creative and cool people? We want to meet you! Competitive benefits and compensation package starting at $61,500. Send your cover letter, resume, two letters of recommendation, and three references to developmentdirectorhiring@theproductionfarm.org by August 23rd.

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley:  Youth Development Specialist (Part-time Positions)

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

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

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure programs, services and activities that prepare youth for success, promoting safety of members and quality in program at all times. Provide guidance and role modeling to members.
  • Responsible for coordinating, promoting, and stimulating participation in programs at the Club.
  • Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area.
  • Effectively implement and administer programs, services and activities for drop-in members and visitors.
  • Prepare periodic activity reports.
  • Assist with daily activities
  • Prior to its start, will ensure all equipment needed for programs/activities is gathered and in working order.
  • Actively engage Club members in programs and activities and encourage participation by all members.
  • Record participation numbers for all programs/activities facilitated.

Skills and Knowledge Required:

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

To apply, go to: https://u19293040.ct.sendgrid.net/ls/click?upn=JJHa-2Fhvb3tNsaoQH-2BWeAUk58ldhn9jKGsRe-2FSpaOHHGgUEUv0ORCKEeVCeCAFuwYnjZEla4y9-2BectwJ3UGwtXQ-3D-3Dl8Ii_XsGA-2Fgkm2IVk-2FlYw8ReyfHEalsf71m-2BUBK5dsy4eASYHCObf3ewskv5Q-2BNOetD2smaYm6VOk51MTYAH3J9EbnucDvPVxODn0u-2BZhVoQEaoxfaEM3ukFa3vTW8DFfMVNP8ynv-2FuMExgcY-2FF3JyABhtKa513MSZK7-2B2MQSLpemeKuhptwRMVU550meisS6PVkaKbGv0FtsZ2YIm-2BjrIc2pV9y5WkfIGQWoF1RQGE9OB2uIX4bprMROtncw6pKNq4qe

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Rawhide Youth Services, Inc.:  Planned Maintenance/CDS Assistant

Work at Rawhide and make a difference every day!

We are looking for passionate, caring and hardworking individuals who feel a calling to help Rawhide transform the lives of at-risk youth. At Rawhide, you will find opportunities for personal and professional career development, a great benefit package, and the fulfillment of knowing the impact that your efforts will have on the lives of youth. 

The Planned Maintenance Technician/CDS Assistant provides for well-being and comfort of staff, students, and visitors by maintaining buildings for work, school, and residence. This person would develop and implement a Preventative Maintenance Program, procedures, and policies. And provides assistance with the CDS inventory system. 

Essential Job Functions:

  • Complete work projects as assigned
  • Maintain and monitor a preventative maintenance schedule
  • Follows and enforces safety policies and procedures

Experience/Education:

  • 1-3 years of relatable work experience

Skills:

  • Ability to handle the physical demands of the position including lifting up to 40lbs
  • Organized and detail orientated

Rawhide would not be able to service it's incredible mission without healthy employees! Which is why we in addition to your competitive salary, medical/dental/vision plan, and competitive 401(k), we'll shower you with perks, including: 

  • Flexible Schedule
  • Onsite Nurse
  • Onsite Café and Coffee Shop
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Nature Trails/Waterfront Access on 700+ acres
  • PTO/VTO
  • Onsite Gym
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee Development Program

 To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ez1C3mFjJas&t=3s

https://www.rawhide.org/careers

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

How to apply:  https://rawhide.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=182

Application deadline: 9/30/21

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St. Joseph's Food Program:  Warehouse Lead/General Maintenance

St. Joseph Food Program is seeking responsible and energetic candidates for our Warehouse Lead / General Maintenance position. Consider joining our dynamic team in a role that directly impacts service to those who come to us seeking food. St. Joe’s has served the Fox Cities for 39 years, meeting the needs of those suffering the effects of food insecurity. 

When you join our organization, you become a valued member of a winning team doing meaningful work in and environment of trust. 

Reports To: Operations Manager

Primary Responsibilities: Warehouse organization, route coordination, delivery and pickup of product, and general light building maintenance

Term of Employment: Part-Time hours (approximately 30 hours/week Monday-Friday and occasional weekends as needed.  Peak season hours range between 30-40 hours.)

 Specific duties

  • Coordinate daily truck route crews. Fill in for no-shows when needed
  • Set up distribution floor with weekly items
  • Enter purchased items into warehouse inventory in Salesforce
  • Monitor inventories of St. Joe’s warehouse
  • Organize warehouse for optimal use
  • Monitor distribution floor and restock staple items from warehouse as needed
  • Special pick-ups or deliveries
  • Place purchased produce in proper area
  • Participate on Operations Committee
  • Meet regularly with Operations Manager and Executive Director
  • Create appropriate monthly reports

 Any/Every Day Miscellaneous Duties

  • Turn on lights in all areas
  • Unlock north entrance door at 7:00 a.m.
  • Organize warehouse floor area
  • Bale cardboard and plastic as needed
  • Pick up orders at various vendors or arrange volunteers to do so
  • Stack and arrange for pickup of empty wood pallets
  • Clean sink and floor drains as needed
  • Charge electric pallet jack and forklift batteries
  • Clean garage pit floor area – bleach in floor trough

 Oversight of work completed by volunteers

  • Load trucks each day with banana boxes and cardboard bottoms
  • Wash trucks and fuel as necessary
  • Oversee vehicle maintenance volunteer

 Required / preferred skills:

  • Operate a variety of vehicles including route trucks, Ram Promaster Van, and refrigerated straight truck (CDL-B and medical card required)
  • Operation of equipment including forklift, electric pallet jack, manual pallet jacks, two-wheeled carts, and pallet wrapper
  • Data entry
  • Use of Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, Salesforce
  • Ability to prioritize tasks
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Associate with and assist volunteers
  • Light building maintenance which may include painting, plumbing, or other small jobs

What we offer:

  • Flexible hours
  • PTO
  • Holiday pay
  • Access to a 403B
  • A fun and challenging environment with a great mission

For consideration, please submit a cover letter and resume to:

            Monica Clare, Executive Director

            mclare@stjoesfoodprogram.org

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Family Services:  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. 

We are seeking a full-time human services leader to fill a Director position. This position is responsible for the overall leadership of several programs currently including the Crisis Center, Sexual Assault Center, Willow Tree, Open Door Youth Services, Windows to Work and Pathways to Employment. 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. 

This Director is responsible for: Demonstrating Family Services' core values and behaviors in 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. 

Qualified candidates will have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in a related field or equivalent experience and 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 and experience managing contracts and grant writing, with a foundational knowledge of 24/7 programing, crisis and survivor serving programs is a plus. 

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 and 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 what we do and demonstrated sound judgement and decision making skills is also important.

To apply, visit www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

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Covey, Inc.:  Caregiver (Full and Part-time)

A covey is a small group of birds that stay together throughout their lives for protection and comfort. As a group, they are stronger and safer; they are able to do things they couldn't do alone. At Covey the participants, staff and caregivers believe in creating possibilities, and we believe in doing it together.

WHAT MAKES COVEY DIFFERENT: Our core values and caregiver to client ratio are what make Covey a unique place to work.

Our Values:

  • *Integrity: We do what is in the best interest of our clients, their families, and our staff.
  • *Inclusion: We create more fair and equitable access to opportunities, by strengthening relationships that foster greater understanding between the broader community and those connected to Covey.
  • *Individuality: We see the person first. We relate in a way the recognizes and values the uniqueness of the individual, allowing all to feel safe to be who they are.
  • *Imagination: We dream big and find unique solutions.

Caregiver ratio:

  • Our 5:1 caregiver ratio allows you to get to know your clients as individuals and allows you to spend quality time helping enrich their lives - and yours!

We truly want EVERYONE - regardless of how you come to know us (client, family or staff) - to feel like they are an important part of the Covey. If this sounds like an environment that you could thrive in, we encourage you to contact us about our latest opportunity for caregivers.

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

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

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • Competitive wages, starting at $12 or more per hour depending on experience
  • Flexible scheduling which allows for work/life balance!!
  • Extensive PAID training for on-the-job, CPR/first aid, behaviors, safety, and more!
  • Building connections with clients & coworkers
  • Getting paid to have fun with clients & coworkers
  • Opportunities for career growth/progression
  • Retirement plan & company match
  • Multiple shifts available

DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Customer service
  • Driver's License and clean driving record (we will assist you in getting your driver's license if you don't have one)
  • Works well in a team
  • Enjoys making a difference
  • At least 18 years old

Compensation: $12.00 - $15.00 per hour

How to apply:  Go to www.covey.org/careers

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AmeriCorps:  Reaching Out Assistant for Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc.

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

Application Deadline:  August 2021

Supervisor: Reaching Out Specialist 

Position Type: Half time – 900 hours

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

Living Stipend: $290 biweekly

Education Award: $3,172.50 

Position Summary:  Support experiences for Girl Scouts through events 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: To be determined upon hire.  18-20 hours per week.  Typical hours fall between Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm, with occasional nights and weekends. 

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
  • Engage with the community by representing Girl Scouts at community events and meetings
  • Support membership and recruitment efforts
  • Conducting bilingual programming when needed, if able.
  • Written translation of materials into Spanish, Hmong, or Somali, if able. 

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 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.

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AmeriCorps: Inclusion Assistant for Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, Inc.

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

Application Deadline:  August 2021

Supervisor: Program Manager

 Position Type: Full time – term of 1 year

Term of Service: September 2021- September 2022

Living Stipend: $13,399

Education Award: $6,195

Housing Allowance: $300/month

Position Summary:  Assist in equity work taking the form of critical assessment of organizational policies and procedures, experiences for girls, training and support for volunteers and staff, engagement for families, and community relationship building.  Assist in developing projects, programs, and initiatives that celebrate and honor the histories, cultures, and identities of our communities and is free from bias and discrimination. 

Bring an equity and inclusion-based mindset that attends to the representation, active engagement, and agenda-setting power of Girl Scouts, families, volunteers, and staff with many different identities, in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, orientation, age, religion, education, ability, geography, and socioeconomic status.  

Bilingual abilities in Spanish, Hmong, Somali, or another language is strongly preferred.

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

 Essential Functions:

  • Create resources and development opportunities to support volunteers and staff on the topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, anti-racism, and related topics.
  • Plan and implement high quality programming for Girl Scouts ages 5-17 through outreach programs, events, other opportunities, and resources centered on honoring the histories, cultures, and identities of the communities we serve
  • Build and maintain relationships with BIPOC-led/serving businesses and nonprofits who wish to collaborate with Girl Scouts
  • Engage with BIPOC communities by representing Girl Scouts at community events and meetings
  • Engage and support families and their Girl Scouts
  • Support membership and recruitment efforts
  • Conducting bilingual training and programming when needed, if able.
  • Written translation of materials into Spanish, Hmong, or Somali, if able.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experience: 

  • Passion for helping girls challenge sexism and 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.

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Compassionate Home Health Care Inc.:  Webmaster Assistant Intern

Join the team for our annual Music Festival in Green Bay, August 2021 #RocktheDockGreenBay. Assistance, job shadowing our Webmaster Coordinator. To include but not limited to:

  • Managing and monitoring server performance
  • Configuring web servers
  • Uploading and updating web pages
  • Check that hardware and software are functioning correctly
  • Designing websites
  • Conduct A/B tests and other performance measures

To apply send a resume to info@rockthedockgreenbay.org

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Compassionate Home Health Care Inc.:  Administrative Assistant Intern

Compassionate Home Health Care is looking for an enthusiastic Administrative Assistant to join the team for our annual Music Festival in Green Bay, August 2021 #RocktheDockGreenBay Assistance, job shadowing our Event/Marketing Coordinator. To include but not limited to: 

  • Wear many hats as you work in different areas of the business to get a strong understanding of what we do.
  • Develop/update presentations, spreadsheets
  • Plan and schedule meetings
  • Communicate with sponsor and vendors
  • Update and maintain policies and procedures
  • Proof read and update documents
  • Create Labels and send out mail
  • Support team at live events
  • Assist with marketing material and social media acknowledgments
  • Other duties may be assigned

To apply send a resume to info@rockthedockgreenbay.org

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Friendship Place:  Mental Health Program Coordinator II

JOB SUMMARY:  The Mental Health Program Coordinator II reports to the Executive Director and is responsible to provide programming and support services to individuals experiencing mental health issues. The Mental Health Program Coordinator II will provide education to individuals and groups in the community. The Mental Health Program Coordinator II will be familiar with other services and resources in the community and work closely with them to provide information and support when required. The Mental Health Program Coordinator organizes and directs the daily activities of Friendship Place.

 POSITION PURPOSE:          

To function as a team member of friendship place to provide support to persons with persistent and severe mental illness in the community.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:  

  1. Establish relationship with adult persons that support their abilities over their disabilities by providing direct services which include:  assertive support, limited problem solving, and activities of daily living.
  2. Supervise delivery and coordination of activities and services of the program.
  3. Support plans created in partnership with participants that demonstrates hope, empowers participants to assume more direction and responsibility of their own lives through skill development, supportive education and recreational and social programming and/or identification of natural supports.
  4. Collaborate with other agencies and providers where necessary and at the direction of Friendship Place Executive Director.
  5. Provides limited crisis determination evaluating risk of harm to self or others and making appropriate referrals.
  6. Attend and participate in staff meetings intended to schedule/organize anticipated participant activities, develop resources, and provide support.
  7. Perform limited administrative function in absence of Executive Director and Program Coordinator I.
  8. Maintain reports and documentation, other records, and other administrative responsibilities as assigned by Friendship Place Executive Director.
  9. Provide and/or coordinate transportation services for participants as needed.
  10. Assess and monitor programs and services, review with Executive Director on an ongoing basis.
  11. Attend meetings, and professional in-service training as approved by Executive Director.
  12. Maintain strict confidentiality of Protected Health Information per administrative standard.

 PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  1. Ensures the development of programs to enable participants of Friendship Place to be integrated into the community.
  2. Works with collaborating agencies to provide effective services and referrals to participant members.

 GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Must possess a Bachelors degree in a human service field such as social work, nursing, or psychology and experience working with persons with a severe and persistent mental illness. Prefer experience in working with a variety of clients in community settings.
  2. Must posses a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and ability to meet Friendship Place insurance requirements.
  3. Demonstrated excellence in public relations and communications skills.
  4. Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and the ability to maintain professional boundaries and confidentiality.
  5. Proficiency in Microsoft programs and other related computer programs, email, and office equipment.

How to apply:  Submit cover letter and resume to lori.friendshipplace@gmail.com

Application Deadlne:  August 31, 2021

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Goodwill NCW:  Financial Counselor

How My Position Supports our Mission:

While receiving leadership support from Mission Services Manager of Operations, Leader of Counselors, the Financial Counselor Level 1 will elevate people by eliminating barriers to employment by coaching, counseling and teaching families and individuals sound financial principles, supporting them while on a Debt Management Plan (DMP), and help them improve the quality of their life by eliminating debt. This position also ensures that all activities are performed in a manner that is consistent with the mission, vision and values and brand of Goodwill. 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Helps improve the lives of people in the community by assisting people with financial issues which are focused on debt such as credit cards, payday loans, and other predatory lending agencies.
  • Gathers information and client signed documentation, analyze financial situations and recommend alternatives, teach credit and money-management, and if applicable, develop or refer DMPs or provide bankruptcy counseling and education certificates.
  • Maintain certification and stay current on financial trends and develop counseling skills to provide the best possible service to clients through continuing education training, webinars and workshops.
  • Refers clients to other agencies or community resources to meet their specific needs, including outside counseling if it becomes apparent that other significant non-financial issues should be resolved.
  • Works with clients to set up DMPs by obtaining creditor statements and signed documentation from clients.
  • Ensure proper reporting and compliance with accrediting and licensing agencies by entering data correctly into Case Management System. Coordinates educational workshops and presentations with the counseling team.
  • Teaches workshops and presentations in the community. 

Benefit Notes:

  • All team members are eligible for:
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time-off
  • Team member assistance program
  • Health and wellness programs
  • Team member discount card

In addition, full-time team members (30 hours or more per week) are eligible for:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance Life insurance plan
  • Optional dependent life insurance
  • Short- and long-term disability plans
  • Flexible spending plan
  • Team member assistance program
  • Educational assistance program

How to apply:

Please go to the GoodwillNCW.org website and select Jobs

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Mission of Hope House:  Shelter Support Advocate

Mission of Hope House of Wisconsin, Inc., is looking for a dedicated and compassionate person for a few days/evenings a week and every other weekend, to work closely with individuals and families experiencing homelessness and or domestic violence.

The position will work mainly 1st (6-2p) and 2nd shifts (2-10p) on an average of 3 shifts per week. 

Role and Responsibilities:

  • This position will report to the Operational Shelter Manager of Mission of Hope House of WI, Inc. (MOHH).
  • This position will work as part of a team to provide services to clients and maintain operations of MOHH and assist with various projects. 
  • This role is pivotal in moving residents from crisis housing to safe, affordable and stable housing through compassion, dignity and accountability.
  • Work closely with other staff preparing documents for recording purposes.
  • This position may be subject to random drug and alcohol testing. 

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Providing support for various shifts as needed. 
  • Act as a role model to children and adults through actions, words and relationships.
  • Maintain a safe, clean, and respectful environment for all clients, staff, and volunteers.
  • Maintain positive relationships with residents by being present with them in the House.
  • Work side-by-side with residents to ensure progress towards their goals, offering assistance when appropriate, through compassion, dignity and accountability. 
  • Ensure that residents are remaining productive and adhering to the “rule of 20” while providing guidance and suggestions to positively motivate them. 
  • Coordinate with and work with volunteers and maintain volunteer records when applicable.
  • Ensure the house is Set up for Meals and guide/coach residents on meal preparation and clean up and portion control. 
  • Assist Volunteers bringing in Meals, and preparation of a meal when there isn’t a donation - according to COVID response plan.
  • Record all meal donations into a spreadsheet on the MOHH Hub.
  • Answer and respond to incoming phone calls in a professional manner and log wait-listed clients. through the MOHH Hub.
  • Pre-Intake of Clients needing Shelter.
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing of residents.
  • Data Entry using GSuite.
  • Adhere to MOHH Policies and Procedures and code of ethics.
  • Ensure clients and volunteers adhere to MOHH Policies and Procedures.
  • Attend continuing education training opportunities and MOHH scheduled meetings.
  • Communicate to the team relevant information by providing daily updates by maintaining client notes through MOHH Hub/GSuite and intranet.
  • Other projects and duties as assigned

To apply:  Email cover letter and resume to christina@MissionOfHopeHouse.org

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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