University of Wisconsin - Green Bay

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Ongoing Opportunity:

The Department of Children and Families has social worker vacancies in the Division of Safety and Permanence/Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare (BMCW) in Milwaukee and are Continually Recruiting. Click here for more information.

Marketing and Special Events Manager - Brown County United Way

Summary: The Marketing & Special Events Manager has a focus on developing a unique and consistent brand experience for our stakeholders, crafting and executing strategies that enhance visibility and composing effective messaging to enhance community understanding of Brown County United Way. Develops and implements marketing strategies and activities to achieve objectives of the organizational strategic direction and resource development tactical plan. Directs and coordinates activities to pilot new channels of giving and engagement utilizing research; technology such as the website and other social media; and traditional communications and fundraising methods, including but not limited to special events. Provides internal and external marketing and communications support to other departments as assigned. Works with advertising/public relations vendors, and other vendors in support of products, including public relations, promotional activities, events and working with purchased advertising.
Key Responsibilities:

  • Community Events: Plan and execute all special events for the organization. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    • Fundraising and sponsorships
    • Promotion (e.g. design, print and distribute invitations/posters; social media; online, etc.)
    • Operations (planning, registration, facilities, A/V, etc.)
    • Other community awareness and operational support as needed
  • Marketing and Communications:
    • Coordinate the design and production of all organizational marketing collateral/literature
    • Compose and issue news releases and media alerts, organize news conferences
    • Lead organizational efforts to engage the community through social media, e-news and online
    • Lead efforts for organization-wide brand alignment and message control
    • Communications support for crisis management teams
    • Provide other organizational marketing, communications and graphic design as needed
  • Provide backup staff support to the overall organization as needed
  • Work in tandem with other staff organization-wide to assure a strong and positive community presence and an aligned, cohesive work environment
  • Support annual campaign as requested by Resource Development
  • Other duties as assigned
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree. Experience in special event planning and volunteer coordination/management. Public speaking ability important. Must be able to work well with volunteers, news media, and business and professional leaders.
Relationships: Reports to the VP of Resource Development and Strategic Communication. Other relationships include United Way staff, Board of Directors, donors and volunteers. Significant interaction with community and business leaders, partner agencies and other professionals.
To Apply: Send resumes to Andria Hannula at Andria@browncountyunitedway.org
Deadline: Friday, January 30, 2015

House of Hope is Hiring!

Position: Overnight Program Support Position, Thursdays and every other Friday from 10pm -8am
Basic Functions: The Program Support Staff position is responsible for the supervision and care of the residents and children at the House of Hope. The ideal candidate will have passion and enthusiasm for working with people.
Education and Experience/Skills/Requirements:

  • High school diploma required
  • Undergraduate degree and/or direct experience in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, Human Development or related field beneficial
  • An expressed interest in providing direct services to persons of varied backgrounds ages and ethnicity as represented by clients
  • Appropriate interpersonal/communication skills in working with a diverse clientele
  • Ability to work effectively with others
  • Ability to maintain flexible work hours
  • Must have a valid driver's license for the State of Wisconsin
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Above all, treat residents with dignity
  • Maintain positive relationships with residents/Clients, Staff, Volunteers, Community Groups and Organizations
  • Instruct and guide all residents regarding program rules and regulations, daily living skills, and all appropriate residential policies
  • Implement day and evening activities
  • Assist and guide residents concerning living skills and acceptable behavior
  • Participate, as needed/directed, in implementation of residents’ case plans
  • Provide resident intake interviews and program orientation as required
  • Provide crisis intervention as necessary
  • Assist and mentor residents, as required, in proper childcare and rearing
  • Assist and mentor residents, as required, in appropriate activities while playing with their child/children
  • Provide a positive role model from which residents can grow and develop
  • Relate to residents in a supportive manner at all times
  • Provide care for infants and children as necessary
  • Strive to increase residents’ self-esteem, education, employability, and parenting skills
  • Perform required maintenance tasks of the interior and exterior of the facility
  • Add value and inspiration to the team by sharing your ideas and experience
  • Implement house routine as designated in the Program Manual
  • Maintain required records and logs for each resident and family unit
  • Attend all staff meetings and in-service trainings
  • Carry out all other duties and programs as assigned
To apply: Send cover letter, resume, and references to Shannon.wienandt@houseofhopegb.org or mail to:

House of Hope
Attn: Shannon Wienandt
1660 Christiana St
Green Bay, WI 54303

Clinical Therapist position at Family Services

The Residential Program of Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin is recruiting a full-time experienced licensed therapist to provide clinical services to youth experiencing serious emotional and behavioral problems and family challenges. These services will include 1:1 therapy, family therapy and innovative therapeutic approaches through evidence based methods. This clinical therapist will provide overall clinical guidance and direction to the support staff working directly with the youth, fulfill case management duties of select clients, and must be able and willing to assist with supervision to QTT providers.
This position requires the candidate to be fully licensed and have a Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field and a minimum of 5 years’ experience post 3,000 hour certification. Some flexibility in hours required, including a minimum of 1 evening per week and occasional weekend hours as needed.
To Apply: visit www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Wisconsin

Match Support Specialist – Part Time
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Wisconsin has an opportunity for a motivated professional to support and sustain youth mentoring relationships. This part-time position (.5 FTE) is responsible for providing match support and training to ensure child safety, positive impacts for youth and a strong sense of affiliation with Big Brothers Big Sisters on the part of the mentor; and tracking measures/outcomes of mentoring relationships.

  • A Bachelor’s degree in a human services-related field along with the ability to work flexible hours to meet client needs is required. Regular hours to include late afternoon and early evening during the work week.
  • Experience in assessment and relationship development with youth and adult populations; understanding of child development and family dynamics; demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills as well as sound judgment. Bilingual a plus.
  • All candidates must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license to be considered for this opportunity.
Send resume and wage requirements to: marym@bbbsnew.org or to:

1345 West Mason St
Green Bay, WI 54303

Multiple Job Postings - NEW Curative Rehabilitation

Employment Specialist / Program Trainer
This position provides direct job training and other support to people working in the community. Work with Placement Specialists / Case Managers in providing training and other assistance or support as needed. Work with employers to identify job duties, employee needs training, and conduct follow-up contacts. May be primarily assigned to one or several employers for special projects and/or an on-going group activity. Travel is required for this position to visit employers and clients. This position is part-time, and there are openings in Green Bay, Shawano, and Door County. The starting wage is $9.50 per hour.

Substitute Program Assistant / Caregiver
Join the Adult Day Programs Team; where you will partner with our clients as we offer an opportunity to engage with others through meaningful activities and provide assistance as necessary. This is a high-energy job that requires a lot of heart and desire to improve the lives of those we serve. Experience with the aging population and/or persons with disabilities is beneficial. Willingness to commit to our mission is a must! This position is a substitute position available in Manitowoc. The starting wage is $9.50 per hour.

Program Team Leader
This position is responsible for the daily operations of the adult day program. Responsibilities include supervising staff, developing recreational programming for clients, assisting clients with personal cares and managing a client caseload. This is a part-time position located in Door County, WI. The starting wage is $9.50-12.00, negotiable.

In-Home Caregivers and/or Van Driver
Part-time positions working out in the community with families, youth, elderly, and persons with mental health issues to provide one-on-one assistance in light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, medication reminding, personal cares that may also include assistance with activities of daily living, taking individuals out on outings, assist with social skills, supervising a visit between parent and child. The starting wage for these positions ranges from $9.75-12.99 per hour.

Interested candidates may submit resumes to newapplicant@newcurative.org
Visit our website for more information: www.newcurative.org.

House of Hope Green Bay - Program Support

Basic Functions: The Program Support position is responsible for the supervision and care of the residents and children at the House of Hope. The ideal candidate will have passion and enthusiasm for working with people and helping others to succeed.
Shifts Available:

  • Weekdays & every other weekend, 4-10pm, approx. 18-29 hrs/week – 2 positions
  • Weekdays & every other weekend, 10pm-8am, 38-42 hrs/week – 1 position
  • Part-time overnight shift, days vary, 10pm-8am 10-20 hrs/week – 1 position
  • On call staff, 4-10 pm or 10pm -8am, days vary, 0-29 hrs/week – 2 positions
Education, Experience, Skills, Requirements: High school diploma required; undergraduate degree and/or direct experience in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, Human Development or related field beneficial. Appropriate interpersonal communication skills in working with a diverse clientele. Ability to work effectively with others as part of a team. Ability to maintain flexible work hours. Ability to work independently and make sound decisions regarding the safety of others. Must have a valid driver's license for the State of Wisconsin.
Duties, Responsibilities:
  • Residential Supervision and Education
  • 1. Above all, treat residents with dignity.
  • 2. Assist and mentor residents, as required, in proper childcare and rearing.
  • 3. Provide a positive role model from which residents can grow and develop.
  • 4. Relate to residents in a supportive manner at all times.
  • 5. Provide care for infants and children as necessary.
  • 6. Instruct and guide residents regarding life skills and residential policies.
  • 7. Strive to increase residents' self-esteem, education, employability, parenting skills.
  • 8. Participate in implementation of resident case plans.
  • 9. Provide resident intake interviews, program orientation, and crisis intervention.
  • House Management
  • 1. Assist, guide and mentor residents regarding chores and meal preparation.
  • 2. Perform required maintenance and cleaning tasks of the facility.
  • Program Administration
  • 1. Add value and inspiration to the team by sharing your ideas and experience.
  • 2. Implement house routine as designated in the Program Manual.
  • 3. Maintain required records and logs for each resident and family unit.
  • 4. Attend staff meetings and in-service trainings
  • 5. Carry out all other duties and programs as assigned with patience and a caring attitude.
To Apply: Send e-mail to Shannon.Wienandt@HouseofHopeGB.org or mail resumes to:
House of Hope
1660 Christiana Street
Green Bay, WI 54303

ASPIRO Respite Care

Earn extra money working with children or adults with special needs by providing respite for families needing a break from their caregiving responsibilities.

  • Make a difference
  • Rewarding & challenging
  • Enjoy flexible hours-casual/part-time work
  • Must be at least 18 years old
Join ASPIRO’s Respite Team! Currently looking for providers to go into families’ homes to provide care evenings, weekends and before or after school. Also need providers interested in providing respite care in their own homes. For more information call Jackie at 920-593-4324 or go to our website www.aspiroinc.org to apply.

Brown County United Way Marketing and Special Events Manager

Position Summary: The Marketing & Special Events Manager has a focus on developing a unique and consistent brand experience for our stakeholders, crafting and executing strategies that enhance visibility and composing effective messaging to enhance community understanding of Brown County United Way. Develops and implements marketing strategies and activities to achieve objectives of the organizational strategic direction and resource development tactical plan. Directs and coordinates activities to pilot new channels of giving and engagement utilizing research; technology such as the website and other social media; and traditional communications and fundraising methods, including but not limited to special events. Provides internal and external marketing and communications support to other departments as assigned. Works with advertising/public relations vendors, and other vendors in support of products, including public relations, promotional activities, events and working with purchased advertising.
Key Responsibilities:

  • Community Events: Plan and execute all special events for the organization. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
  • Fundraising and sponsorships
  • Promotion (e.g. design, print and distribute invitations/posters; social media; online, etc.)
  • Operations (planning, registration, facilities, A/V, etc.)
  • Other community awareness and operational support as needed
  • Marketing and Communications:
  • Coordinate the design and production of all organizational marketing collateral/literature
  • Compose and issue news releases and media alerts, organize news conferences
  • Lead organizational efforts to engage the community through social media, e-news and online
  • Lead efforts for organization-wide brand alignment and message control
  • Communications support for crisis management teams
  • Provide other organizational marketing, communications and graphic design as needed
  • -Provide backup staff support to the overall organization as needed
  • -Work in tandem with other staff organization-wide to assure a strong and positive community presence and an aligned, cohesive work environment
  • -Support annual campaign as requested by Resource Development
  • -Other duties as assigned
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work/education combination. Experience in special event planning and volunteer coordination/management. Public speaking ability important. Must be able to work well with volunteers, news media, and business and professional leaders.
Relationships: Reports to the VP of Resource Development and Strategic Communication. Other relationships include United Way staff, Board of Directors, donors and volunteers. Significant interaction with community and business leaders, partner agencies and other professionals.

SLO Farmers Co-op Manager

The newly established SLO Farmers Co-op is hiring a manager! We are looking for an outgoing individual who is passionate about increasing access to locally produced food throughout Northeast Wisconsin. The SLO Farmers Co-op is in a phase of rapid growth and is seeking a co-op manager to help drive this growth and be a part of our success!

To review the complete job description, please visit: http://www.live54218.org/Job-Posting/
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Ashley@Live54218.org

Interviews will occur on a rolling basis with the intent to fill this position ASAP. Applications received prior to February 6, 2015 will receive preferred review. Preferred start date is February 23, 2015.

Two Job Opportunities at the New Community Shelter

The New Community Shelter, a non-profit organization with a mission of helping the homeless and the hungry, seeks a full-time 3rd shift House Supervisor and part-time House Supervisor.
The full-time House Supervisor position is a 40 hour a week, benefit eligible position working third shift.
The part-time House Supervisor position will cover rotating 2nd and 3rd shifts 3 weekends per month, with additional hours available during the week.
In both positions, staff serves as our front-line staff and provide support to residents, ensure facility security, cleanliness and routine maintenance. You will also help individuals seeking shelter by assisting them through the intake process, answering any questions or referring them to the appropriate agency. In addition you will assist people from the community that are meeting at the shelter or bringing in a donation.
Send cover letter and resume to: AbbyB@newcommunityshelter.org or mail to:

New Community Shelter
Attn: Abby Brezinski
301 Mather St.
Green Bay, WI 54303



NASW Jobs

The NASW has developed a new email list that members can join upon request. People on this list receive information about social work job openings at various organizations and agencies as they come in. For more information about NASW or becoming a member, please click here..