Nonprofit Job Openings

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First Congregational UCC: Custodian - Weekend

Position Description: 10 hours per week as assigned, this position is typically scheduled between 7:30am-12:30pm Days of work: Saturdays and Sundays

Summary: The Custodian primarily manages the overall cleanliness and order of the interior of the First Congregational Church under the direction of the Custodial Supervisor. Some exterior work will be needed during snow accumulations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include, but not limited to the following:

  • Prioritize tasks based on church schedule and needs.
  • Notify supervisor of concerns regarding building repairs or additions to lighting, heating and ventilating equipment.
  • Clean interior areas of building including: sweep, dust, vacuum, mop and scrub of hallways, stairs, and other common spaces.
  • Maintain kitchen area, cleaning and sanitizing kitchenware, and surrounding area.
  • Remove and properly dispose of trash and recycling.
  • Maintain restrooms to acceptable standards, using proper methods and procedures.
  • Clean windows and doors of building.
  • Ability to move furniture within the building for events.
  • Additional duties as assigned.

Physical Functions: Able to use staircases, walk, kneel, and bend. Ability to lift 20 pounds.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED or Job Placement coaching and background in custodial work preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal and time-management skills.
  • Displays sound judgement, a positive attitude and professional conduct, maintains confidentiality, and works well with others.

Submit resume to bforseth@firstcongoappleton.org

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Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin: Volunteer Engagement Coordinator - Little Chute

When you join our team, you’ll come to work each day knowing what it's like to help solve hunger. Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin (FAEW) is the largest hunger-relief organization in the state. Last year we distributed more than 27,000,000 pounds of food to our network of members who in turn provided 400,000 children, seniors, and adults with food for healthy, nutritious meals. We could not have done it without the help of our volunteers.

Volunteers are vital to the success of many nonprofits and we are no different. As our Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, you would grow and maintain a sustainable volunteer program at our facility in Little Chute. Assist with the orientation and support of volunteers during their shifts as necessary. Support appropriate signature development events in the Fox Valley.

Responsibilities: Recruit and maintain a sustainable volunteer program by contacting individuals, corporations, churches, schools, and other recruitment venues to attract volunteers Collaborate with Operations and Food Resource teams to determine their volunteer needs and schedule appropriate volunteer groups Collaborate with leadership and department teams to identify opportunities to use volunteer resources throughout the organization Schedule and support daytime, evening, and weekend volunteer shifts, as needed Use CERVIS volunteer management software for volunteer management, communication, and stewardship Collaborate with Communications to develop material for the programs and events Work with leadership and department teams to match volunteers and opportunities Design a recognition program that ensures volunteers feel appreciated and stay informed Support Fox Valley fund and food raising events, such as the Northeastern Wisconsin Food drive program as needed

Requirements: High School diploma or equivalent, college degree preferred A minimum of two years progressively responsible volunteer-based work experience; service as a volunteer desirable Strong interpersonal, organizational, relationship-building, and time management skills Excellent knowledge of the MS Office Suite. Knowledge of CERVIS or other volunteer management or database a plus The ability to work with individuals from diverse populations Ability to work and multi-task in a fast-paced environment Must have a valid Driver’s License, automobile insurance that meets Feeding America’s liability requirements and transportation to travel to work sites, if needed Must be able to see, talk and hear to exchange accurate information with internal and external individuals Must be able to constantly sit, walk, bend, and twist Must be able to use keyboard, operate objects, and reach with hands and arms Must be able to lift a minimum of 30 pounds Flexibility to work evenings and weekends when needed

We Offer: Robust health, dental, and vision plans, 16 days PTO, 10 paid holidays, life, short- and long-term disability insurance, and a 401(k) plan.

Looking for a reason to come to work every day? Make our mission your mission and you’ve found it.

Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, Inc. is committed to fostering diversity in our workplace. FAEW does not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of age, race, color, creed, religion, handicap, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, physical disability, mental disability, or veteran status. Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

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

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Appleton Housing Authority: Seasonal Laborer

GENERAL OVERVIEW OF POSITION:

Seasonal laborers perform routine maintenance work for the Appleton Housing Authority. Work involves a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled tasks related to seasonal operations and is performed mainly outdoors and/ or at buildings or other AHA sites or properties including the main administrative office.

Most positions work first shift, Monday through Friday (weather or other conditions permitting), although some positions may require weekend and evening hours on a regular or occasional basis. This temporary employment may be scheduled throughout the year on a full-time basis depending on the needs of AHA, for approximately six to nine months. This is strictly temporary (“at will”) employment which may be terminated at any time and does not lead to permanent full-time employment. Click for full job description.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­SALARY: $11.50—$13.50

Send Resume to: D. Dillenberg, c/o Appleton Housing Authority, 925 W. Northland Ave. Appleton, WI 54914 or email at debrad@appletonhousing.org. No Phone Calls!

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Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra: Director of Development 

The FVSO is seeking qualified candidates to join our team as a full-time Development Director. This individual helps to build the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra’s capacity for future growth through the planning an implementation of all fundraising activities, including annual giving, corporate sponsorships, planned giving, capital campaigns, special event sponsorships, grant applications and new initiatives. 

For a complete job description visit our website at www.foxvalleysymphony.com/about-us/employment/.

To apply, please submit your resume (or CV) with cover letter describing your interest, relevant qualifications and a list of three professional references to: Development Director Search - info@foxvalleysymphony.com

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Rebuilding Together Fox Valley: Development & Outreach Manager 

Rebuilding Together Fox Valley provides critical home repairs to low-income neighbors in need, particularly senior citizens, people with disabilities and veterans, in Outagamie, Calumet, Winnebago, and Waupaca Counties.  

The Development, Outreach and Marketing Manager will be responsible for developing and executing plans to increase funding, visibility, partner and homeowner outreach in Rebuilding Together Fox Valley’s service area.  

Fund Development (60%) - Create an overall plan to increase funding opportunities. Coordinate and implement solicitation campaigns, with a focus on securing new corporate and individual sponsors, grants, underwriters, and donors. Coordinate events to attract prospective donors and sponsors to ensure effective partnerships. Work with staff, volunteers and board members to identify prospects capable of giving gifts of at least $5K annually. Research/identify corporate and grant donors for sponsorships and underwriting opportunities.

Outreach (40%) - Develop and execute outreach strategy and materials to build awareness and visibility of RTFV services and ensure client recruitment in all service jurisdictions with other non-profit partners. Identify and cultivate new community partnerships, including city and county housing departments and organizations. Prepare proposals, letters, and customized collateral material as necessary. Expand the RTFV network of contractors and suppliers.

Qualifications: Commitment to serve low-income homeowners and communities. Experience in the solicitation of gifts from individuals, corporations, and grantmakers. Must be goal orientated with strong initiative and self-motivation; experience working in teams or in self-directed fundraising activities. Outstanding interpersonal skills; excellent research and organizational skills; and superior written and oral communication skills along with a healthy sense of humor. Ability to work well with diverse groups of stakeholders-funders, volunteers, staff, clients, and community members. Strong network of local development contacts and resources is desirable. Ability to organize, prioritize and meet deadlines, while effectively managing multiple projects simultaneously. Able to work flexible hours. Four-year college degree or a minimum of three years demonstrated successful experience and effectiveness in individual and corporate gift fundraising with a focus on prospect identification, relationship building, and solicitation or equivalent.

Full-time, exempt position with the ability to work occasional evening and weekends to support organizational and event activities. Benefits package include vision & dental insurance, flexible work schedule, and generous PTO leave. Job Type: Full-time. Salary: $55,000.00 /year.  

Experience: Fund development: 3 years (Required). Education: Bachelor's (Preferred). 

To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to Chip Wood at  Chip@rtfv.org

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Fox Valley Memory Project: Executive Director

Under the direction of the Board of Directors, this full time position is responsible for the overall operations of the Fox Valley Memory Project (FVMP). This includes, but is not limited to financial oversight and accountability, resource development, supervision of staff, strategic planning, coordination of activities, services and stakeholders as well as project promotion, community education, and advocacy for those living with dementia and their care partners.

Qualifications:  * Bachelor's degree required, but Master's preferred, in the field of aging, human services, or related field with management experience  * Proven track record in all aspects of resource development  * Strong background in fiscal oversight of multiple and complex programs  * Leadership capacity with experience in coordinating, networking, and bringing diverse stakeholders together  * Experience with developing outcomes and strategic plans  * History of setting and accomplishing goals  * Knowledge of the role and value of program evaluation in process planning  * Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships at all levels in collaborating organizations  * Ability to effectively train, coordinate, and supervise paid and volunteers  * Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing  * Ability to make educational presentations in a variety of settings  * Ability to maximize volunteer talent  * Willingness to wok occasional evening and weekend hours.

To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume to Becky Reichelt at  beckyr@stpaulelders.org

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Northeast Regional Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs: Project Coordinator - 1.0 FTE 

Provides trainings, information and referral services, and service coordination to families of children with special health care needs in the area of medical home. Acts as a regional consultant to area health care practices and systems interested in aligning with best-practices in service and care coordination. Supports health system and community initiatives focused on implementation of medical home quality improvement.  

Apply Here - https://chw.org/careers/search-jobs-and-apply  Search Job ID - 31742

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Appleton Housing Authority: Grounds Maintenance/Seasonal Laborer 

Responsible for the cultivation and care of the landscaping and grounds. Plants flowers, mows, pulls weeds, repairs structures, and maintains outside of building. Will also perform other minor maintenance duties as assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Perform groundskeeping and building maintenance duties as assigned.
  • Mow lawn either by hand or using a riding lawnmower.
  • Cut lawn using hand, power or riding mower and trim and edge around walks, flower beds, and walls.
  • Landscape by planting flowers, grass, shrubs, and bushes.
  • Perform routine maintenance duties such as applying paint, fixing fountains, and other duties.
  • Sweep walkway of aa debris.  Pick up trash.
  • Trim shrubs and pull weeds.
  • Perform minor repairs & maintenance procedures on equipment utilized in groundskeeping & lawn care.
  • Rake, mulch, and prune the grounds as needed.
  • Install rock, lighting, water, and mulch.
  • Water plants and grass as needed and apply fertilizer.
  • Shop duties and other construction duties. 

Valid Driver’s License and transportation to work. Strong work ethic and sharp attention to detail. Ability to stand, walk, kneel, and bend for extended periods of time. 40 hour Full time M-F  $13.00 per hour.  Immediate Opening.

Please send resume to DDillenberg at debrad@appletonhousing.org

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CASA of the Fox Cites: Volunteer Advocate Coordinator 

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

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

Qualifications: • Commitment to the program’s mission, goals and standards.  • Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics within families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect.  Those with experience working with such families given preference • The ability to communicate with, supervise and empower volunteers to be effective in their roles. • The ability to work cooperatively with different types of personalities • The ability to build relationships with social services, local courts and community resources.  • Bachelor’s Degree in social service-related field or the equivalent combination of education and experience • Proficiency using Microsoft Office applications • The ability to sit and/or stand for periods of 8 hours or more.  Must have the ability to ambulate into office buildings, such as Court, and children’s homes, to conduct site visits. This may involve climbing steps. The ability to lift up to 30 pounds occasionally is required.  A valid driver’s license is required to travel to site visits, Court appointments, other travel as required to complete case work.  • Complete CASA of the Fox Cities Advocacy Training (40 hrs.) 

Successful completion of a background check is a condition of employment. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. CASA of the Fox Cities is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or religion/creed.

To Apply: Please email a cover letter and resume including salary requirements to Dawn at CASA of the Fox Cities dawn@casafc.org, with the subject line “CASA Volunteer Advocate Coordinator.”  No phone inquiries please. Deadline April 30th.

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin: Family Support Specialist 

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.  

Parent Connection, a comprehensive home visitation program, has an immediate opening for a part-time Family Support Specialist working 30 hours a week with first time parents based out of our Menasha office. Qualifications include a Bachelor's degree; strong interpersonal skills; knowledge of community resources, child abuse and neglect prevention,maternal child health and child development. The ideal candidate will be flexible, independent, and possess excellent interpersonal and written skills. New hires will receive extensive training. Experience in Parents As Teachers home visiting is a plus. Candidates must also have experience with client services which embraces a concept of family support and the ability to engage families of diverse socio-economic status, race and ethnicity. Written documentation skills and data entry abilities along with a driver's license and reliable transportation are required. 

To apply, visit www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

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Appleton Housing Authority: Residential Maintenance Tech 

The work maintenance staff perform has a direct impact on the success of an entire apartment community!  Therefore, the Appleton Housing Authority is seeking THE BEST Maintenance Technician in the area to join our successful property management team.  

Candidates should have a minimum 3 plus years of hands-on experience in apartment maintenance.  Essential duties include routine maintenance repairs, painting & drywall repairs, minor HVAC, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, grounds keeping, snow removal, equipment maintenance, and the ability to lift heavy objects & operate a variety of power and manual tools.  Must have excellent communication skills, a good attitude, be a team player but able to work independently.  Must be on call on a rotating basis every third week.  

The ideal candidate will have a well rounded and proven knowledge of residential building maintenance.   Must be computer literate and have a valid driver license with a good driving record. This opportunity is a full time position with good benefits for the right person.

Send Resume’ with references & salary preference to: D. Dillenberg, c/o Appleton Housing Authority 925 W. Northland Ave. Appleton, WI 54914  or email at debrad@appletonhousing.org    NO Phone Calls!

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass: Building and Grounds Custodian 

Building and Grounds Custodian at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass Summary Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass seeks to build its team with staff who will maintain our standards of excellence and dedication to our guests and exhibitions. The Building and Grounds Custodian performs regularly scheduled cleaning and building skilled maintenance of a varied nature that includes oversight of safety and security; repairing and maintaining the building, fixtures, machinery, and electrical equipment; and assists with installing and de-installing exhibitions, also performs grounds upkeep and related work as required. Employees at this level receive regular instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise.  In addition to overall facility maintenance, this position is responsible for safety and security with some public contact in patrolling the building to monitor the galleries and public safety as schedule allows. Periodically assists in circulating the entire building during open hours to deter theft and vandalism; document building needs.  Hourly, Part time up to 20 hours/week, some weekends. 

Job Duties: Opens and closes the building as necessary. Performs custodial work in the care of the facility and maintains a regular cleaning schedule Oversees the contracted services for HVAC systems, elevator, and security. Performs routine and preventative maintenance on various building components, machinery, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC units, boilers, compressors, motors, and air handling units. Cuts grass, trims bushes, applies fertilizers, and cleans grounds of litter and other yard work. Snow and ice removal, particularly on public traffic paths. Light remodels and repairs of existing facilities for gallery modifications or exterior repairs: using carpentry, masonry, plumbing, and electrical skills and ability to effectively use tools necessary to perform the same. Creates and maintains the budget for building maintenance. Submits cost estimates for remodeling to supervisor and coordinates with outside contractors as authorized. Prepares and paints walls, floors, ceilings, furniture, trim and equipment and minor repairs. Designs and builds items as simple museum furniture for exhibits using hand and power tools. Assembles and repairs office equipment such as but not limited to desks, tables, and shelves. Orders all supplies for completion of the work. Maintains code and safety standards for a public facility. Oversees and monitors the security and public safety needs for the building inside and outside.  

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

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

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

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

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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass: Visitor Services 

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

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

Hourly, Part time up to 20 hours/month, weekends required.

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

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

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

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

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

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Wild Ones: Office Specialist 

Responsible for database maintenance, processing and data entry of receipts and deposits, processing QuickBooks transactions, answering phones, and fulfilling merchandise and chapter supplies. Reports to the Executive Director.  Part-time, 25-30 hours/week.  

Responsibilities - Membership :   Provide accurate data entry of membership transactions, receipts and deposits into the Wild Ones membership database system.   Respond to member and chapter needs by answering questions and sending needed information and/or materials.   Fulfill and ship merchandise and literature orders from members and chapters; ensure proper data entry for inventory and accounting purposes.   Work with online store fulfillment vendor to ensure orders are fulfilled and shipped on time; verify inventory levels; notify the Executive Director when product reorders are necessary.  

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

Website:  Add new content, make simple updates, assist chapter webmasters.  

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

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

TO APPLY: Email cover letter and resume to Elaine Krizenesky at  elaine@wildones.org

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc: Human Service Care Assistant 

Are you searching for a rewarding career helping others and working for a company that makes a difference in our community? If so, we have the job for you. Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. is accepting applications for a Human Service Care Assistant at our Day Services location in Appleton, Wisconsin. 

Job Duties: Assists the Case Manager in providing direct, hands-on training to individuals involved in the Day Services Program. Main job duties include but are not limited to:

  • As directed by the Case Manager, provides active and direct supervision to program participants in the areas of social and personal adjustment, leisure time activities, and work skills in accord with individual rehabilitation plans.
  • Assists the Case Manager in the implementation of participant’s individualized rehabilitation plans, which includes making behavioral observations, assisting with situational assessments, and facilitating attainment of participant’s goals.
  • Initiates communication with the Case Managers regarding client progress related to the individual rehabilitation plans.
  • Maintains accurate records of program participants' performance. 
  • Works closely with production and other staff in providing appropriate, goal-oriented services to participants.
  • Assists the Case Manager in the development of a weekly schedule of social, recreational and leisure time activities congruent with participant’s plan of service.
  • In collaboration with the Case Manager maintains an inventory of all supplies and orders as needed.
  • Performs other duties, such as but not limited to, bus duty, work floor coverage, assisting with program participants’ personal care needs and special projects as assigned.

Shift Information: Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  

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

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

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Green Bay Botanical Garden: Volunteer Coordinator 

The Volunteer Coordinator is an integral part of the Garden’s team and is responsible for the coordination and oversight of all aspects of the Garden’s volunteer program. This dynamic position requires strong organizational and communication skills, ability to multi-task, meeting deadlines and utilize creativity, strategy, leadership and teamwork to manage and grow the Garden’s Volunteer Program. This position promotes and enhances the Garden’s existing strong volunteer program by the ability to research, develop and apply strategies to actively recruit, retain and recognize volunteers for all Garden events and programming needs. Building and promoting positive and lasting relationships with volunteers is a critical component of the position with key focus on volunteer retention and recognition. 

Job Duties -- Volunteers: 

  1. Manage and Implement volunteer recruitment to include: engaging with the Garden’s current Corporate Partners, working with community groups to recruit volunteers, including the schools, Volunteer Center and senior groups, attend volunteer fairs and work with marketing department.
  2. Screen potential volunteers to include conducting background checks.
  3. Create and manage volunteer sign-up and schedule through Volunteer Hub for recruitment of all Garden event volunteers and other areas needed.
  4. Maintain volunteer database in Altru.
  5. Plan and implement volunteer activities including Volunteer Appreciation Potluck, Weed N Feed recruitment and meals, and annual Spring Season Kick-off event.
  6. Plan and implement the Volunteer Recognition program and annual benefits, including volunteer recognition and awards nominations.
  7. Attend training and local network meetings such as BAMVS and State Association –WVCA.
  8. Prepare written and other communication to volunteers.
  9. Develop and maintain volunteer budget.
  10. Perform other duties as assigned. 

Education, Experience & Skills Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred; Prior Volunteer Management experience a plus
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with ability to multi-task, be project focused and meet project deadlines
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills with a sincere desire to serve the public
  • Superior interpersonal and relationship building skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively across departments
  • Organizational skills, computer skills, including but not limited to database management, MS Office, and general computer knowledge. Knowledge of Altru and Volunteer Hub or other volunteer database a plus
  • Demonstrated ability to monitor and track expenditures against a budget
  • Must be flexible in working hours and environment, as some events are held outdoors, and evening and weekends are required on occasion
  • While position is generally a desk job, there are occasions when standing for up to 4 hours is necessary, and some lifting and hauling of materials up to 20 pounds is required. 

 TO APPLY: Email cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by Friday April 12th.

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Green Bay Botanical Garden: Development & Membership Coordinator 

The goal of the Development Department is to cultivate resources and relationships to grow and sustain the Garden. The Development and Membership Coordinator is an integral part of the Garden’s team and plays a multifaceted and important role. This position will work closely with the Director of Development to develop priorities and build relationships with new and current donors, members and corporate partners in relation to the Garden’s following development programs: Annual Campaign, Sponsorship and Corporate Partnership Program and Membership Program. 

This position is also responsible for the coordination and oversight of all aspects of the Garden’s membership program. This dynamic position requires strong organizational and communication skills, ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and utilize strategies, creativity, leadership and teamwork to execute member benefits and events involving a membership constituency of 3,600+ member households. Ability to actively plan and recruit new members via Garden events, direct mailings and campaigns, and personal contact is imperative. Develop positive relationships and strategies for maintaining a high percentage of member retention. Building positive and lasting relationships with donors and members is a key component of the position. 

Duties – Development:

  1. Work in tandem with Director of Development to develop and implement strategies to evaluate, grow and manage the Annual Campaign, Corporate Sponsorship and Engagement, Corporate and Membership Programs
  2. Ability to assist with the creation of all Annual Campaign and Sponsorship solicitation letters, post gift and sponsorship acknowledgement letters, membership letters and other development related correspondence
  3. Update all sponsorship documents and prepare solicitation packets and information
  4. Assist with implementation of all Sponsorship Benefits
  5. Assist with post-event sponsor acknowledgements and outreach to key sponsors
  6. Update all Sponsorship tracking documents
  7. Provide ad hoc reports to senior management on development activities, sponsorship and prospects
  8. Perform other duties as assigned

Duties -- Membership:

  1. Design and administer membership programs to include membership recruitment campaigns
  2. Work within Altru database to keep current with member activities
  3. Guide Development Assistant during renewal process and data entry
  4. Review, develop and implement all membership benefits
  5. Develop and implement the Corporate Partner and Preferred Provider Membership program
  6. As needed, prepare lapsed member report to review and discuss with GBBG staff, board members and membership committee
  7. Plan and implement Annual Meeting, Garden Party, With the Experts and members-only events including Private Garden Tour, Members Only Tours and others as identified
  8. Respond to member questions and concerns
  9. Forecast revenue and analyze membership data
  10. Identify and serve members’ needs for maximum retention
  11. Keep membership printed materials current.
  12. In tandem with Director of Development, provide support for Membership Committee’s quarterly meetings. Prepare minutes and reports supporting the Committee Chair and reporting to GBBG Board of Directors
  13. Participate with the team to carry out staff duties during special and public events to promote membership
  14. Provide ad hoc reports to senior management on membership and prospects
  15. Develop and maintain membership budget
  16. Prepare written communication to members
  17. Perform other duties as assigned

Education, Experience & Skills Required: • Bachelor’s degree preferred  • Previous experience in Fund Development and/or Membership Programs a plus  • Highly organized, detail oriented, self-initiator and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment with ability to exhibit “follow through” on tasks and goals while meeting deadlines  • An enthusiastic, professional demeanor and positive, can-do attitude with desire to provide excellent customer service to all constituencies  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively across departments  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills with a sincere desire to serve the public  • Superior interpersonal and relationship building skills  • Organizational skills, computer skills, including but not limited to database management, MS Office, and general computer knowledge. Knowledge of Altru database a plus  • Demonstrated ability to monitor and track expenditures against a budget  • Must be flexible in working hours and environment, as some events are held outdoors, and evening and weekends are required on occasion  • While position is generally a desk job, there are occasions when standing for up to 4 hours is necessary, and some lifting and hauling of materials up to 20 pounds is required.   

TO APPLY: Email cover letter and resume to info@gbbg.org by April 12, 2019  

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Community Music & Arts Collaborative: Office Coordinator 

The Office Coordinator is responsible for providing supportive services to the organization including entering data for bookkeeping; completing payroll and payouts; completing billing service tasks; enforcing policies and procedures; maintaining a safe and appealing environment for clients; and communicating between the organization and the public as directed by the board.

TARGETED HOURS: Part-Time. 12 pm to 5 pm Monday through Thursday

PRIMARY DUTIES: 
Accounting:
• Make data entries in QuickBooks and generate monthly financial reports
• Complete the process for contracted teacher payments, net of rent and billing fees
• Complete the process for payments for contractors after workshops or class sessions
• Process payroll and contracted teacher payment transactions
• Generate student invoices from My Music Staff
• Process payments collected (including ACH) in My Music Staff and manage ACH billing and payments
• Prepare bank deposits

Human Resources:
• Check references for potential volunteer, contractor, and employee
• Conduct background checks for all employees, renters, and volunteers and maintain required records
• Maintain employee and contracted teacher contracts and records needed for W-2 and 1099 reporting

Administration:
• Maintain and administer student forms, including registration, health care permission, photo release, scholarship applications, employee applications, contracted teacher applications, rental applications, rental contracts, etc.
• Maintain donor records, including thank you note and acknowledgement letter data
• Maintain records of building key distribution
• Maintain central location for all physical and electronic administrative records, such as bank and financial records, accounting data, inventory, funding records, employee and volunteer information, etc. 
• Maintain a policies and procedures manual
• Administer student evaluations and client surveys as directed
• Monitor and implement facility maintenance and safety measures 
• Maintain address lists and send bulk emails as directed via Mailchimp or comparable system
• Organize and maintain an accessible inventory of regularly-used forms
• Route inquiries to the appropriate contracted teacher, board member, or employee

Other duties as directed:
• Staff the reception desk and answer questions from students, visitors, parents, and contracted teachers
• Revise forms
• Arrange for the printing of flyers, posters, etc.
• Assist with the development and distribution of quarterly donor newsletter
• Ensure adequate stock of cleaning supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, garbage bags, disinfectant wipes, hand soap, etc.
• Monitor and prepare workshop/class spaces 
• Attend and assist at workshops/classes
• Assist with general cleaning and organizing of public areas of the building
• Post social media updates
• Conduct new teacher contractor orientation
• Respond to and distribute voicemail messages
• Communicate with and monitor outside contractors, such as plumbing, heating/cooling, alarm system, insurance, snow removal, yard maintenance, etc. 
• All other duties as assigned

To apply, please send resume to Val Nevitt at  nevitt.val@gmail.com  

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Valley Packaging Industries, Inc: Production Coordinator 

Are you searching for a rewarding career working for a company that makes a difference in our community? If so, we have the job for you. Valley Packaging Industries is accepting applications for a Production Coordinator at our 110 N. Kensington Drive facility in Appleton, WI. 

Job Duties:  Assists the Plant Manager in the day-to-day operation of the production department, ensuring production schedules are attained and daily/monthly financial expectations met.  Provides supervision and training to supervisors and line leaders making sure that the production lines run efficiently and customer quality expectations are met.  Performs other duties as required.

  • Assigns work to Supervisors, overseeing and directing their activities.
  • Reviews the daily production effectiveness and labor reports, and takes action as needed.
  • Assists in training production employees on proper and safe work techniques.
  • Ensures continuous process improvement through set-up/function to drive costs out & efficiencies up.
  • Supervises assigned production lines, maintaining required production schedule.
  • Works directly with inventory and warehouse to ensure accurate inventories are maintained. 
  • Maintains First Aid Certification to administer if necessary
  • May attend staff production and safety meetings as assigned.
  • Works cooperatively with Case Managers and other rehabilitation staff to assist in ensuring that prescribed goals and objectives of program participants are met.   

Qualifications:  Minimum two (2) years supervisory experience in a production environment. Course work or experience working with handicapped individuals preferred. Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.                 

Shift: 1st shift – this is a full time salary position.  Compensation: $38,000 - $45,000 per year salary.  Benefits: Health, dental, and Life Insurance, 401k, Vacation and sick pay, 9 paid holidays and more!

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

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Big Brothers Big Sisters: Mentor2.0 Coordinator- Oshkosh 

The mentor2.0 Coordinator is a Full-Time position, and is responsible for the high-quality and high-impact implementation of the mentor2.0 model, an innovative high school mentoring program offered by Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region (BBBS). The mentor2.0 Coordinator is critical in giving under-served high school students within our service area, the skills and resources they need to be successful in college and their careers. This position implements the mentor2.0 program with fidelity to BBBS’s established service delivery model while preparing students for high school graduation and a successful college experience. The mentor2.0 Coordinator utilizes a technology platform and web-based curriculum to facilitate weekly classroom sessions, oversees monthly face-to-face events, and supports the development of relationships of up to 100 mentoring matches, assuring they progress through program goals and curriculum benchmarks toward high-impact outcomes. The work of the mentor2.0 Coordinator is critical to providing first generation college-going students with the skills and resources that lead to college readiness and college success.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education - • Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in education, community education, human services or a related field.  Experience: • At least three years’ experience implementing educational programming and/or leading a classroom of students (high school aged preferred).  • Additional experience in youth development preferred.

Competencies and Skills: 

  • Ability to communicate with professionalism, assertiveness, and empathy to large groups and individuals, both orally and in writing.
  • Excellent relationship-building skills.
  • Ability to lead a classroom of high school students toward an established goal.
  • Ability to motivate a group of professional adult volunteers to successfully fulfill mentoring responsibilities.
  • Demonstrated success motivating individuals, organizing communities and/or facilitating relationships.
  • Comfortable and effective at public speaking.
  • Ability to work effectively with colleagues, promoting cross-functional analysis and organization wide problem solving.
  • Advanced computer literacy skills required; high level of comfort using new technology platforms is essential.
  • Outstanding organizational and time management skills.
  • Effective case management skills and ability to support high-impact relationships.
  • Ability to complete a high volume of varied responsibilities with excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality throughout daily operations and communications.

Responsibilities: 

  • Provide match support to up to 100 one-to-one mentoring matches of professional volunteer mentors and high school student mentees to ensure child safety, relationship development, and participant progress through program goals and curriculum benchmarks toward high-impact outcomes. Energize relationships between mentor and students, providing guidance/feedback to matches.
  • Maintain a vigorous contact schedule that includes in-person, telephone, and electronic contact with the volunteer, child, and parent/guardian. Using evaluation surveys, assess relationship strength and match impact on youth development. Proactively identify, address and resolve potential problems that impede healthy match relationship development. Communicate effectively with supervisors, including prompt notification and consultation regarding concerns which may negatively impact the match. 
  • Achieve monthly and annual performance goals, including match contact compliance, documentation quality, survey completion, match retention rate, frequency of match closures, average match length, and customer satisfaction. 
  • Assist with volunteer and child enrollment and matching, including individual orientations, interviews, volunteer training, and matching. Assure match introductions and conduct match meetings.
  • Utilizing the agency’s data capture system (Matchforce) and the mentor2.0 platform, maintain excellent documentation of the match activities, meeting BBBSA and agency standards.
  • Build and maintain strong working relationships with high schools; effectively integrate Big Brothers Big Sisters into the school through positive professional interactions with teachers, faculty and administrative staff.  
  • Implement the mentor2.0 curriculum, using the iMentor Canvas (technology platform); adapt as needed to meet participant needs. Serve as an agency expert regarding mentor2.0 technology, curriculum structure, and program content.
  • Deliver high quality weekly classroom instruction to engage students in the mentor2.0 program and build credibility for mentor2.0.
  • Direct seamless large monthly events that inspire matches, strengthen relationships, and maintain the mentor2.0 program in high regard by all participants (students, mentors, school partners, BBBS staff, visitors, etc).  Assure overall coordination of event planning and logistics. Conduct presentations and facilitate activities at events attended by approximately 100 participants.
  • Support a positive working relationship with the agency’s technology partner, iMentor, to assure cooperation and smooth day-to-day operations of the program.
  • Collaborate with colleagues and various teams throughout the organization to achieve agency goals. 
  • Be in compliance with all assigned BBBSA Learning Exchange Trainings.
  • This position requires a flexible work schedule including some nights and weekends. 
  •  Other tasks may be assigned, based on business needs and the department supervisor's request or the Executive Director.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Kathryn Johann at  Kjohann@bbbsfvr.org

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Youth & Family Counselor 

The Youth & Family Counselor will help youth and their families manage and overcome mental and emotional issues. Counselor will listen to patients and ask questions to help understand their problems and develop strategies to improve their lives. They will diagnose, treat, and help patients create coping strategies. Will counsel, listen, support, and monitor patient for progress. Counselor will work with individuals and families to help provide community resources for patients. 

Position Responsibilities:

  •   Work with individuals, families, groups and communities to improve mental health
  •   Encourage clients to discuss emotions and experiences
  •   Assess and treat mental health challenges for a wide range of presenting concerns
  •   Help clients define goals, treatment plan and gain insight
  •   Develop therapeutic processes
  •   Refer clients to other mental health professionals and community resources
  •   Take a holistic (mind and body) approach to mental health care
  •    Maintaining good working relationships with support networks, government resources, and           community resources
  •    Participate in agency-wide events and activities.

Qualifications - requiring a majority combination of the following:

  •   Master’s degree in counseling or Social Work required
  •    Licensed as LPC/LPC-IT or APSW/LCSW required
  •   Two years’ experience working with at-risk children, youth and families preferred
  •    Demonstrated ability to work well with children, youth and parents.
  •    Good oral communication skills including the ability to coordinate communications with other professionals.
  •    Written communication skills including the ability to accurately and succinctly complete client records including both narrative and statistical compilations within Wisconsin state statutes
  •    Counseling skills that include knowledge of counseling methods, the ability to apply a knowledge of counseling methods into practice, the ability to establish key plans and implement them in the time allowed, knowledge of group process and dynamics, and the ability to manage stress. 

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

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Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region: Chief Financial Officer 

Our current CFO is retiring after 15 years, leaving big shoes to fill. The Foundation has grown substantially in recent years and expects to continue this growth in philanthropy, making this an exciting time to join our team in a key role. 

Be a part of our leadership team of who works together to strengthen our community for current and future generations by helping people make a difference in the lives of others. 

To apply, please go to our website for more information  https://www.cffoxvalley.org/job-opportunities/

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Innovative Services, Inc: Caregiver

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

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

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

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

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

To apply contact Sean Cara at  seanc@isiinc.org

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Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley, Inc: Bilingual Therapist 

This position reports to the Clinical Director and is responsible for providing counseling services to individuals, couples, and families. The incumbent will be working in a supportive, trusting, and social culture with diverse people where employees make a commitment to the Samaritan Counseling Center’s mission and goals. 

Additional responsibilities and duties may include the following, but not limited to: Provide bilingual counseling services to individuals, couples, and families in English and Spanish.  Maintain a case load of an agreed-upon number of clients of adults, and/or adolescents, and/or children; number of counseling hours; and/or days of service per week.  For each assigned case, assess client needs and establish a differential diagnosis, develop and implement a treatment plan, evaluate client progress, and discharge and/or refer client for further treatment, support or education.  Develop and manage client electronic and paper mental health records from initial session through discharge. Participate in and act on the results of agency quality assurance and utilization review processes.  Participate in and contribute to case review and case consultation with other clinical staff members and consultants within a multicultural context.  Participate in and contribute to meetings and continuing education activities.  Participate in and contribute to practice development by appropriately acknowledging referrals, maintaining existing referral relationships, and developing new practice niches and referral sources.  Develop and pursue a plan for continuing professional development related to psychotherapy, multicultural issues, bilingual therapy and areas of specialization, and the practice of faith-based/spiritually integrated counseling.  Satisfy requests for community presentations and appearances, including programming, constituent/donor relations, resource fairs and similar in both English and Spanish.   

Qualifications:  Graduation from an accredited or state-approved program with a masters or doctoral degree in counseling, clinical psychology, marriage and family therapy, or social work.  Training, experience, and/or a demonstrated interest in spiritually integrated approaches to mental health practice.  Wisconsin licensure as trainee (IT) or fully licensed.  Ability to understand and articulate multicultural issues that may be impacting your clients care.

Skills:  Ability to gain the trust of referral sources, clients and staff and to protect the confidentiality of SCC clients.  Mastery of a coherent theory and practice of psychotherapy.  Familiarity with the use and benefit of psychological tests.  Must be able to relate the contributions of various disciplines to the therapeutic task and to make appropriate use of interdisciplinary collaboration.  Must be able to integrate religious commitments and therapy practices to help clients deal with their spiritual issues utilizing their own belief system.  Active interest in learning and the continuing development of one’s abilities as a psychotherapist.  Capable of establishing and maintaining appropriate personal and professional relationships and boundaries both within and outside the agency.  Excellent skills in completing responsibilities in an efficient and timely manner.  Ability to articulate a clear and congruent understanding of personal spiritual beliefs and how the relationship between a person and what they consider Sacred contributes to healing and growth.

To apply, go to our webpage at   https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=bilingual+therapist&jk=bf9b831eba2cc914&_ga=2.63311276.2068258301.1552655153-928140838.1520956963

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Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) : Regional Office Coordinator 

Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) helps individuals start and strengthen businesses. 

The Regional Office Coordinator is responsible for administrative, program and community outreach support for the northeast region which is made up of 12 counties.  The Coordinator will help establish and maintain a professional & friendly environment in the office and will be the first point of contact for all phone calls and guests.  They will have responsibility for a variety of administrative tasks that support our educational programming, events and regional staff.  This may include class preparation & set up, collecting payments & required forms, coordinating meeting logistics and materials, reminder calls/texts, event/class promotion and attending classes or events on behalf of WWBIC.  In addition they will help fill classes through outreach, recruit volunteers and share the story of WWBIC.  

The position requires 3 years of experience in an administrative position and a high school diploma or GED.   An Associate degree is preferred.   Must have solid Microsoft Office skills and the ability to function independently in a fast-paced busy office.  Excellent relationship building, flexibility, organization and communication skills are critical for success.  Must have ability to work occasional evening and weekend hours. Valid drivers license & proof of insurance is required. 

To apply contact Patricia Lohmann at  patricia.lohmann@wwbic.com .

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Pillars: Shelter Client Advocate 

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

The Homeless Shelter Worker has many responsibilities, some outlined here:

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

Core Competencies and Qualifications:  

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

Education and/or Experience:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred, high school diploma or GED required. Knowledge of and experience in working with a wide spectrum of individual issues: poverty, substance abuse, mental health.
  • Availability to work 8 hour shifts (1st, 2nd, and/or 3rd shift) varied days during the week; weekend availability is required

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

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to amuller@pillarsinc.org or mail: Anne Muller, Organizational Development Director, Pillars, Inc., 605 E Hancock Street, Appleton, WI 54911.  Pillars is an equal opportunity employer. 

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Pillars: Overnight Shelter Client Advocate

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

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

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

Core Competencies and Qualifications: 

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

Education and/or Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred, high school diploma or GED required. Knowledge of and experience in working with a wide spectrum of individual issues: poverty, substance abuse, mental health.

Compensation:  The compensation for this part-time position is $13.64/hour.  

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to amuller@pillarsinc.org or mail: Anne Muller, Organizational Development Director, Pillars, Inc., 605 E Hancock Street, Appleton, WI 54911.  Pillars is an equal opportunity employer. 

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Rawhide, Inc: Houseparents 

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

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

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

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

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Rawhide, Inc: Resident Youth Care Worker 

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

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

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

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

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

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Rawhide, Inc: Professional Youth Care Worker 

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

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

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

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

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YMCA of the Fox Cities: Aquatics Coordinator 

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

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. Commit professional leadership to the achievement of the YMCA’s Christian mission and purpose. Conduct personal and professional affairs in a manner that will exemplify the YMCA core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. 

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. 

To view opening and apply, visit www.ymcafoxcities.org/jobs

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Summer Youth Development Specialist 

If you are looking for a rewarding, challenging, and inspiring summer 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 Summary:  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.

Position Responsibilities:  • Plan and implement quality programs for youth  • Coordinate, promote and stimulate participation in programs  • Provide guidance and role modeling to members  • Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area  • Prepare periodic activity reports  • Prior to start, will ensure all equipment needed for programs and activities is gathered and in working order  • Record participation numbers for all programs and activities you facilitate.  

Qualifications:  • High School diploma or equivalent  • 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 and large group settings  • Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all Club personnel and Club parents.

Send cover letter and resume to bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org  

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Runaway and Homeless Youth Services Coordinator 

The Runaway and Homeless Youth Services Coordinator is responsible for data entry of the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS).  Enters demographic data into a federal database to better understand homeless youth population in the community and state of Wisconsin as a requirement of state grant.  Provides support to ensure programs meet outcomes and objectives to better serve area youth.   Responds to Runaway and Homeless youth who need crisis intervention by addressing their immediate concerns and providing additional supportive services.  Provides follow up service as needed.  Establishes and maintains productive relationships with schools, law enforcement, and a wide network of community-based human service organizations, county human services and other interested and connected services that ensure the program operates at an exemplary level and retains and grows the resources needed to support itself.  

Essential Functions: • Accurately input client level data in database. • Maintains active caseload of clients who seek services through our program. • Answers crisis calls from youth and community members as needed. • Meets with school staff to assess youth needs. • Follows up with youth who seek supportive services. • Establishes and maintains strong collaborative relationships with other service providers and community agencies. • Participates in Runaway and Homeless Youth education in the community. • Participates in outreach community activities that support at risk youth. • Attends trainings and meetings as required. • Participate in agency wide and team meetings to keep informed of program and agency.  

Qualifications: • Bachelor’s Degree or currently working towards a degree in Counseling, Social Work, Non-profit management, Education, Human Services or related fields preferred • Experience working with and providing support services to at-risk youth and young adults, teaching and instructing, • Experience in case management • Experience with data entry, grant reporting and strong computer skills • The ability and passion to work with at risk youth. • Ability to maintain professional boundaries and build trust and respect. • Ability to maintain confidentiality • Knowledgeable about youth development, crisis intervention, trauma and conflict resolution. • Ability to work with diverse populations. • Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to motivate and inspire. • The ability to exude confidence and maintain control of a safe and positive youth development environment. • The ability to work independently and efficiently.  • The ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing. 

Working Conditions and Hours:  Work environments may include in office, schools, social service agencies, and community locations. RHYS Coordinator is a full-time position and will average around 30-35 hours per week Monday through Friday, flexibility required around program needs.

Send cover letter and resume to bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org  

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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Payroll & Benefits Assistant 

The Payroll & Benefits Assistant Part Time, performs a variety of tasks associated with payroll administration including processing semi-monthly payroll, audits time entries and scheduling payments (garnishments, child support, etc.).  They will be responsible for benefit enrollments in the carrier sites and inquiries from employees.  Maintains accurate electronic files and records including inputting new hire information and requested changes. The individual will be the company’s subject matter expert with all payroll functions and will have working knowledge of benefits and HRIS administration.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  PAYROLL:  • Process bi-monthly payroll for hourly and salaried employees; including reviewing hours from time and attendance system. • Administer and process regulatory requirements and payments, e.g., garnishments, tax levies, and support orders, and other adjustments to pay as necessary. • Implement and maintain payroll best practices to improve efficiency and consult with team and HRIS provider to improve payroll and HRIS processes. • Maintain employee payroll records. • Provide timesheet training and support to employees. • Produce Quarterly Department of Workforce Development Unemployment Report. • Accurate response to requests for employee income verification. • Produces scheduled and ad-hoc reports pertaining to payroll requirements.  

BENEFITS:  • Administer enrollments and terminations for all employee benefit programs including 401(k) plan. • Assists with the new employee on boarding process. • Assists with open enrollment period. This includes preparation and distribution of materials, conducting meetings to communicate changes to employees, arranging for on-site representation by providers, and processing changes within deadlines. • Addresses benefit inquiries to ensure timely and accurate resolutions. Maintains contact with employees and beneficiaries to facilitate proper and complete utilization of benefits for all employees. • Assists with resolving discrepancies with carriers and payroll.  • Administers online COBRA enrollments/changes. • Responds to and manages unemployment claims and workers compensation cases.  

HRIS ADMINISTRATION:  • Maintains complete electronic employee personnel files, records and other documentation; including processing new employees and employment status change forms.  Assists with the coordination of pre-employment paperwork and processes. • Generates files and reports such as annual non-discrimination testing for benefits plans, annual reports, as well as other ad hoc reports. • Perform other related duties as required and assigned. 

Required Skills/Knowledge: • Bachelor’s degree or relevant years of experience.  • 5+ years of experience administering payroll, HRIS and benefits processes required. Work experience should include knowledge of basic human resources, payroll practices, benefits administration, and compliance or other related experience. • Must have strong knowledge of a variety of computer software applications including payroll, benefits, time & attendance, HRIS and self-service systems. • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.

Send cover letter and resume to bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org  

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Habitat for Humanity ReStore:  Store Associate

This is a Part-Time position. 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.

Responsibilities: Makes decisions regarding donations, pricing, donor and volunteer interactions following established policies and procedures- Evaluate the condition/acceptability of incoming donations and ensure that policies are followed regarding unacceptable items. -Clean and price incoming materials, following established pricing procedures and criteria.- Coordinate the flow of incoming materials either into the store or a designated processing area to ensure a restock of purchased goods and cultivating a culture of a well recovered sales floor.-Load and unload vehicles receiving or delivering materials to/from the store.- Regularly communicate with the appropriate ReStore staff regarding progress, suggestions and issues.- Train seasonal Store Associate staff in ReStore operations.- Ensure that all areas of the backroom, store and surrounding areas clean and safe.- Maintain the security of the backroom, instituting appropriate policies to minimize theft.- When requested, drive or assist the drivers in moving ReStore merchandise.- Adhere to established safety procedures and ensure a safe work environment for volunteers, customers and donors.- Ensure quality customer, volunteer and donor relations, and address comments and grievances in a timely and professional manner.- Perform other duties as assigned, including cleaning bathrooms and breakrooms and mopping as scheduled by the supervising team. - Develop strong, positive and lasting relationships with staff and volunteers throughout the organization.- Communicate with donors and customers, primarily on program-specific duties.

Skills and Experience: Excellent written and verbal communication skills.- Superior time management and organizational skills, with exceptional attention to detail. - Ability to work in a dynamic team, as well as an ability to carry out tasks independently.- Ability to establish effective internal and external working relationships.- Outstanding interpersonal communication skills which must be effective and courteous, requiring high integrity when dealing with a broad array of backgrounds.- Able to lift at least 50 lbs.-Valid drivers license with a good driving record.-Able to work in a retail/warehouse environment, and receive training on and safely operate material handling equipment such as hand trucks, pallet jacks, forklifts and a 24’ box truck with a lift gate. 

To apply : Please email resume and cover letter to Amy Pelishek at  amyp@foxcitieshabitat.org

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