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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.

Multiple Positions Available at The Micah Center

THE MICAH CENTER is hiring the following positions. Responsibilities for these positions include providing a daytime resource center for homeless and at-risk adults.

Support Staff: Three part time positions; 16-20 hours/week.
Responsibilities include: Provide advocacy and support to guests, Coordinate services, Perform guest intake and record keeping, Report incident reports, Complete shelter forms, Assist volunteers.

Case Manager: Two part time positions; Approximately 20 hours/week.
The primary focus of this position is case management in close collaboration with Lead Case Manager to coordinate supportive, appropriate community series for guests in a manner that helps them move forward in their lives. Provides direction to staff in absence of Program Manager.
Responsibilities include: Plan and implement workshops, Accurately record data, Carry case load to address goals and barriers, Track guest schedules, Handle guest and staff corrective behavior, Enter data into WISP, etc.

Program Manager: One full time position.
The primary focus is program management and supervision of Support Staff and Receptions.
Responsibilities include: Oversight of the day-to-day operations of the year-round daytime, resource center for homeless individuals and individuals at-risk for homelessness and provisions of services to the homeless and at-risk population.

To review a complete position description and to apply, please visit our website at www.stjohnhomelessshelter.org. Please contact Angela Mihalko, Program Manager with any questions at amihalko@sjehs.org or 920-436-9344 x.202

Multiple Positions Available at St. John's Homeless Shelter

ST. JOHN’S HOMELESS SHELTER is hiring the following positions for the upcoming season (Oct – April). Responsibilities for these seasonal, part time positions include providing a seasonal, overnight shelter for homeless adults and provisions of services to the homeless population.

Support Staff I: One part-time position; 5a-9a (11a on Sunday) is available.
Responsibilities include: Provide advocacy and support for guests, Perform laundry duties, Complete shelter forms, Assist guests with appointments and wake up calls, Track work schedules, medications, and compliance with shelter rules, etc.

Support Staff II: Four part-time positions; 4p-9p and 12a-9am shifts available.
Responsibilities include: Provide advocacy and support for guests, Perform laundry duties, Complete shelter forms, Assist guests with appointments and wake up calls, Track work schedules, medications and compliance with shelter rules, etc.

Security Staff: Four part-time positions; 4pm-12am and 4pm-10pm and 12am – 9am shifts are available.
Responsibilities include: Handle potentially dangerous behavior , Answer door, Perform and record routine check of internal and external premises of building throughout shift, Log guest sign-in and sign-out sheet daily- note times; take head count on routine shift checks, Complete all shelter forms , Perform weapon/alcohol drug checks on guests upon entry to shelter, Perform guest background checks at time of intake, Responsible for effectively handling guest corrective behavior, Monitor and operate shelter security camera system etc. The primary focus of this position is for the safety of guests, staff, and volunteers.

Case Manager: Two part-time positions; Approximately 30 hours/week.
Responsibilities include: Plan and implement workshops, Accurately record data, Carry case load to address goals and barriers, Track guest schedules, Handle guest and staff corrective behavior, Enter data into WISP, etc. The primary focus of this position is case management in close collaboration with Lead Case Manager to coordinate supportive, appropriate community services for guests in a manner that helps them move forward in their lives. Provide direction to staff in absence of Lead Support Staff.

To review a complete position description and to apply, please visit our website at www.stjohnhomelessshelter.org. Please contact Angela Mihalko, Program Manager with any questions at amihalko@sjehs.org or 920-436-9344 x.202

Full Time Public Health Supervisor/Health Officer

Burnett County is currently accepting applications for the position of Public Health Supervisor / Health Officer. The Public Health Officer position has an impact that is broad reaching and is responsible to the organization and the community as a whole to promote and protect health while preventing disease and injury through a population-based focus with effective partnerships.

Requires a Bachelors Degree from an accredited School of Nursing., § 441.01(3) (Masters Degree preferred in nursing or public health related field) and 1-2 years of leadership experience required; plus at least 3 years experience in a Public Health Agency including responsibility for a communicable disease prevention program. Must be currently licensed or the ability to obtain a license to practice nursing in the State of Wisconsin and possess a valid Driver's License and a vehicle for use on the job. Salary Range: $30.38 to $35.44 per hour plus Excellent Fringe Benefits.

For further information and application material contact:

Human Resources Office
Attn: Burnett County Government Center – Room #190
7410 County Road K, #116
Siren, WI 54872

http://www.burnettcounty.com
Phone: 715/349-2181 Fax: 715/349-2180


Deadline:Applications accepted until 4:30 P.M., Friday, October 17th, 2014

Full Time Mental Health/Children and Families Social Worker

The Burnett County Health and Human Services Department is accepting applications for a full-time Social Worker position in the Behavioral Health Unit. Under general supervision, the Mental Health / Adult Services Social Worker will manage a varied caseload of adult mental health clients, children mental health clients and adult protection cases. This position will require flexibility in regard to performing various duties including investigation, assessment, crisis intervention, on-going case management and other tasks related to case management to adults and children with mental health needs and for the protection of elderly and vulnerable adults. This position will also provide Meth Case Management.

Requires a Bachelors Degree (Masters Preferred) in Social Work, Psychology, Guidance and Counseling or closely related field, current certification as a Social Worker in the State of Wisconsin, working knowledge of the principles of social work, assessment, intake, and access to services. Also necessary are ability to work effectively with diverse populations representing the department professionally and in accordance with agency rules and expectations, reading and writing skills and ability to communicate orally and in writing, proficient keyboard entry skills, ability to follow directions, apply policies and complete various paperwork and documents in a timely manner. Must also have a valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s License and access to a vehicle for daily use on the job. Preferred post graduation professional case work at the type and level consistent with a County Human Services Social Worker.

Salary Range: $24.06 to $27.10 per hour plus excellent fringe benefits.

Human Resources Office
Attn: Burnett County Government Center – Room #190
7410 County Road K, #116
Siren, WI 54872

http://www.burnettcounty.com
Phone: 715/349-2181 Fax: 715/349-2180


Deadline:Applications accepted until 4:30 P.M., Friday, October 17th, 2014

CCS Coordinator

Position Overview: Provides CCS (Comprehensive Community Support) program oversight to Substance Abuse Coordinator and Clinical Coordinator and oversees authorization of CCS services. Responsible for day-to-day consultation with CCS staff and implementation of the CCS plan. Recruits and writes contracts for service providers in accordance with DHS 36.10. Upholds CCS program values, develops appropriate policies and procedures, and completes all recertification documentation and authors plans of correction, if needed. Oversees the CCS Coordination Committee.

Qualifications & Experience: A Master’s degree in a closely-related field, such as clinical psychology, education psychology, counseling or social work is required. A LCSW, LPC, LMFT or license as needed for profession is required.

Salary Range: Based on Experience – Excellent Benefit Package

Please send your letter of interest and resume to jc@thehumanservicecenter.org

The Human Service Center of Forest, Oneida and Vilas Counties posts all of its position openings on the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development’s Job Center of Wisconsin website accessible at https://jobcenterofwisconsin.com where you can find a full description of this position. EOE

Behavioral Health Prevention Specialist

Position Overview: Provides technical assistance and coordination in implementation of the Strategic Prevention Framework-Partnerships for Success II (SPF-PFS II) grant. Responsible for the coordination, implementation, administration and evaluation of the behavioral health prevention programs. Lead the efforts for prevention through evidence-based prevention programming, epidemiologic indication, design evaluation methods, and ensure regulatory compliance in reporting results.

Will provide technical and programming support of the grant and communities in refinement and implementation of effective research-based strategies; training/best practice standards; and monitoring performance and progress. Will ensure compliance with all grant-required fiscal reports, budgetary requirements, and data collection and reporting.
Qualifications & Experience: Knowledge/experience in substance abuse primary prevention strategies, program planning, capacity building, implementation, evaluation and leadership skills, data collection systems, and Chapter 51 systems/public health programs very beneficial. Strong skills in relationship-building, public speaking, and effective communication required. An Associate degree in a human services-related field with a minimum of two years of relevant experience is required. A Bachelor’s degree with three to five years of experience in mental health and/or substance abuse is preferred.

Salary Range: Start is $15.00-$18.00/Hour – Excellent Benefit Package
Please send your letter of interest and resume to jc@thehumanservicecenter.org

The Human Service Center of Forest, Oneida and Vilas Counties posts all of its position openings on the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development’s Job Center of Wisconsin website accessible at https://jobcenterofwisconsin.com where you can find a full description of this position. EOE

CCS Service Facilitator

Position Overview: Provides case management services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and children/adolescents who are severely emotionally disturbed in accordance with guidelines and requirements of the Comprehensive Community Services program. Completes initial intake referrals and works cooperatively to determine eligibility for services. Locates, manages and coordinates community services; completes monthly review of client progress; monitors and maintains documentation of program requirements, client records and quality of care; and provides information and referral, advocacy, and crisis intervention.

Qualifications & Experience: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited school in a human service field is required with behavioral science preferred. Must have at least 1,000 clinically-supervised hours working with clientele with severe and persistent mental illness and/or severely emotionally disturbed children/adolescents.

Salary Range: Start is $17.15 to $21.44/Hour – Excellent Benefit Package

Please send your letter of interest and resume to jc@thehumanservicecenter.org

The Human Service Center of Forest, Oneida and Vilas Counties posts all of its position openings on the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development’s Job Center of Wisconsin website accessible at https://jobcenterofwisconsin.com where you can find a full description of this position. EOE

Substance Abuse Coordinator

Position Overview: Supervises internal staff and oversees contracted providers for OWI, Women’s Outreach Program, Juvenile Justice Grant, Substance Abuse Block Grant, and AODA services as they apply to all behavioral health services and programming including delivery, needs assessment, and new program/funding development. Provides all necessary services to ensure development of an effective system of AODA treatment for a rural, tri-county area, including clinical supervision, for effective adherence to all applicable rules and regulations.

Qualifications & Experience: You will do well with skills in planning, budgeting and program/staff management with a good knowledge base of development and operation of a 51 system of service delivery, as well as DHS regulations relevant to programs and services for mental health and substance abuse disorders. A Clinical Substance Abuse Coordinator license is required with five years of relevant experience. Licensed Independent Clinical Supervisor required or ability to obtain same. Licensed Mental Health Professional with 3,000 hours ideal.

Salary Range: Based on Experience – Excellent Benefit Package

Please send your letter of interest and resume to jc@thehumanservicecenter.org

The Human Service Center of Forest, Oneida and Vilas Counties posts all of its position openings on the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development’s Job Center of Wisconsin website accessible at https://jobcenterofwisconsin.com where you can find a full description of this position. EOE

Full Time AmeriCorps Members

Would you like to increase volunteerism in your community? How about help people get into good housing? Be a Hero with AmeriCorps! The Volunteer Center, Habitat for Humanity, and NeighborWorks Green Bay are still seeking four full-time AmeriCorps members. Earn roughly $1,000 a month and $5,645 in an education award at the end of your term! To learn more, please email Sue at Sue@nwgreenbay.org.

Full Time Program Instructors

ASPIRO, Inc. is hiring Program Instructors– full-time, 40 hours/week, full benefit package including vacation and sick. Hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. . The Program Instructor provides instruction, assistance and supervision for assigned clients in areas such as: activities of daily living, work, leisure-time, recreation, sports, socialization and all other areas identified in their Person Centered Plan.
For a Rewarding Job or Career “Pick ASPIRO.” EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled Encouraged to Apply.
To Apply: Visit ASPIRO's website at: http://www.aspiroinc.org

Human Services Supervisor - Outpatient Clinical Services

Under direction, to perform work involving the supervision of unit staff in implementing, monitoring and evaluating human service programs, and to perform other duties as required.
Examples of Duties:

  • Supervises unit staff, manages unit workload, and reviews day-to-day determinations made by unit staff on client needs, eligibility for services, treatment plans, funding issues and appropriate placements in accord with state and federal standards.
  • Provides oversight and direction to staff in responding to crisis and emergency situations which involve the health and safety of vulnerable populations.
  • Provides program monitoring of contracted services for the unit to ensure contract compliance within budget constraints.
  • Evaluates program effectiveness on a client specific basis, resolves problems between staff and contract agencies, recommends corrective action if warranted and gathers information for development of new services to meet changing needs.
  • Participates in the evaluation of unit program operation for compliance with federal, state and local laws, regulations and codes to ensure certification and funding.
  • Selects and evaluates unit staff and makes recommendations on other personnel related activities.
  • Develops, coordinates and presents in-service training and staff development programs and orientation on new regulations impacting on the unit.
  • Assists in budget preparation for the unit and in grant application preparation in order to gain program funds for unit needs.
  • Assists in preparation of requests for proposals by gathering historical and statistical data, and evaluates vendors and makes recommendations concerning their selection.
  • Serves as liaison between the unit and the courts, law enforcement agencies, professionals, community groups, schools and the general public.
  • Serves on advisory committees for the unit and acts as a consultant to provider agencies.
  • Consults with other unit supervisors regarding clients' needs, available services and future impact on the unit in order to provide for continuity of cases.
  • Performs emergency government duties as assigned in event of Waukesha County Emergency Government declaration.
  • Performs other duties as required.
Essential Knowledge and Abilities:
  • Considerable knowledge of the principles, practices, methods, and techniques used in providing human service programs.
  • Considerable knowledge of the role of human service programs and the objectives of a public agency providing these services.
  • Considerable knowledge of social, medical, and rehabilitative issues such as family disorganization, child maltreatment, poverty, unemployment, alcoholism, drug addiction, mental illness, developmental disability, and their effect on the individual and family.
  • Considerable knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations concerning the operation of human service programs specific to the population served.
  • Considerable knowledge of administrative, managerial, and supervisory principles and practices.
  • Working knowledge of computerized department program software, internet access, and database, spreadsheet and word processing programs.
  • Working knowledge of contract management, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Working knowledge of budgeting, planning, and analytical methods and techniques.
  • Working knowledge of community resources relating to populations served.
  • Working knowledge of confidentiality statutes and requirements, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996.
  • Ability to plan, assign, supervise, and evaluate the work of others.
  • Ability to utilize word processing, database and spreadsheet programs.
  • Ability to interpret and apply agency rules, directives and policies.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, community and social agencies, businesses, and the general public.
  • Ability to plan, develop, implement and evaluate programs for client services and referrals.
  • Ability to make effective decisions on service intervention in a crisis oriented environment.
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor's degree in social work, sociology, psychology, or a closely related field.
  • Three (3) years of responsible professional work experience in social work or counseling in a human service agency.
  • A master's degree from a recognized college or university in social work, sociology, psychology, or a closely related field may be substituted for one year of the required work experience.
For further information, and to apply, please visit the posting on the Waukesha County Human Resources website.

Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist

Opportunity available for recent or prospective graduates who are looking to do clinical work and are either licensed or plan to be licensed as an APSW.

  • Completion of a Masters’ degree from an accredited university.
  • State of Wisconsin licensure (APSW) required in order to network with managed care companies and bill for therapy services.
  • Prior clinical experience working with individuals and/or families required. This includes providing assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.
  • Provide thorough, accurate, and timely communication with clients. This includes electronic and/or paper charting.
  • Abide by the laws that govern client confidentiality. Obtain client consent through a signed release of information when collaborating with other professionals, family members, and/or gathering collateral information.
  • Practice within scope of knowledge and understanding. This includes utilizing treatment modalities that the clinician has training and direct clinical experience implementing.
  • Attend and contribute to clinical staff meetings on a regular basis. This includes working with clinical supervisor (if applicable) to schedule and attend supervision meetings.
  • Remain up to date on literature and research findings that contribute to building knowledge and providing sound assessment, diagnosis, and clinical care.
  • Attend trainings to increase knowledge base and understanding of client populations served and treatment modalities.
  • Communication with the therapists and office staff in a way that conveys and accomplishes professional collaboration and delivery of service.
  • Project and uphold professionalism in networking within the larger community.
For questions, or to send resume, please contact:

Counseling Specialists LLP
412 C East Longview Drive
Appleton, WI 54911
Phone: 920-882-9877 Fax: 920-882-9880
E-mail: info@counseling-specialists.com

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation is Hiring!

We are looking to add several caring and passionate people to our growing team that is dedicated to our mission of helping people achieve their goals for independence – something we’ve been doing since 1948! We are looking to fill several positions – full time, part time, and substitute positions are available! Please visit our website for a complete listing of our openings: http://www.newcurative.org – Everything to gain!

Adult Protective Services Worker

Job Description: Responsibilities include facilitating guardianship/protective placements, conducting abuse/neglect investigations and certifying Adult Family Homes (AFH) for individuals in all disability groups.
Area:Marinette County
Pay: Minimum $37,312, Midpoint $46,640, Maximum $55,968 (Benefits included)
Hours: 40 hours/week
Essential Job Functions:

  • Complete comprehensive assessments to determine guardianship and protective placement.
  • Complete annual reviews of protective placement.
  • Recruit and train guardians related to responsibilities under Chapters 54 and 55 and assist with annual accounting.
  • Complete all necessary petitions and reports for the court.
  • Maintain ongoing relationships with the court system and attorneys, acting as a liaison for the department.
  • Investigate adult-at-risk and elder abuse/neglect allegations within statutory time lines.
  • Provide case management services for victims of abuse/neglect.
  • Participate in monthly elder abuse/neglect I-Team meeting scheduled by elder abuse/neglect coordinator.
  • Complete and submit elder abuse report forms as required by the Department of Health and Family Services.
  • Recruit AFH sponsors.
  • Complete initial certification and renewals of AFH.
  • Interface with case managers and AFH sponsors for the benefit of clients.
  • Implement legislative changes and update procedures as necessary.
  • Maintain files and complete necessary reports.
  • Interface with the Adult Services System and provide advocacy for adult clients as necessary.
Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree from accredited four-year college or university in social work, human services or related field
  • One-year experience working with elderly, physically disabled, developmental disabilities and mentally ill adults
  • Possess and maintain an insurance acceptable driver’s license
  • Qualify under Wisconsin Caregivers Law, Wisconsin Act 27.
Refer to the flyer for more information about this position.
This job was posted on the Marinette county website

Mail resumes, including position title, to:

Human Resources Department
1926 Hall Avenue
Marinette, WI 54143
E-mail: mcresume@marinettecounty.com


Deadline: October 23rd by 4:30pm

Initial Assessment Social Worker

Job Description: To conduct protective service investigations/assessments regarding alleged neglect or abuse, and provide information and referral, emergency and crisis response for Fond du Lac County Department of Social Services.
Salary: $20.33 - $26.16 Hourly
Hours: Full-Time
Essential Duties:

  • Conduct investigations/assessments relative to allegations of neglect, abuse of children on behalf of The Department of Social Services
  • Refer to juvenile court for remedy of situation when necessary, prepare appropriate court reports.
  • Develop preliminary service plans to remedy or prevent recurrence of need for protection.
  • Coordinate with police, medical personnel, schools, and others in provision of services.
  • Respond to emergencies on behalf of The Department of Social Services.
  • Act as resource person to other The Department of Social Services staff.
  • Any other duties as assigned by supervisory staff.
Supervision Received. Receives supervision from Supervisor, Child Protective Access Unit.

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field.
  • Wisconsin Social Work certification.
  • One (1) year full time post graduate experience in a Social Worker or in a related professional position or a minimum of one qualifying internship at a Social Service agency.
  • Social work experience must include experience in at least 4 of the following activities: psycho-social assessment, treatment plan development, use of community resources, conducting child or elder abuse/neglect investigations, development of social histories, or initiating court actions.
  • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license for required travel. Personal automobile, if used for work-related travel, must be covered by an automobile insurance policy.
  • Prompt and regular attendance.
  • *Or any equivalent combination, training and experience, which provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities.
To apply, refer to the posting on the Fond du Lac County website: http://www.fdlco.wi.gov/departments/departments-f-m/human-resources/employment-opportunities/job-postings

Deadline: October 31st by 4:30pm

Program Instructor - ASPIRO Inc.

ASPIRO currently has two full-time openings for a Program Instructor.
Enjoy the satisfaction and pride of helping others reach their full potential by providing instruction, assistance and supervision for people with developmental disabilities in the areas of daily living skills, community activities, work, leisure-time, recreation, sports, socialization, etc. Hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. No weekends or holidays. Full benefit package including vacation and sick time.
To Apply: visit www.aspiroinc.org
EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled Encouraged to Apply.

Full-Time & Part-Time Parent Educator

Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W. is seeking a full-time and part-time Parent Educator. The primary responsibilities of these positions entail working with families and children conducting home visits, teaching parenting classes, and facilitating playgroups.
Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in human services or related field, strong working relationships with community resources, flexible schedule and experience working with high-risk populations. Bilingual applicants encouraged to apply.
If interested in a position please send cover letter and resume to Franchesca at:

Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W.
201 W. Walnut St
STE 100
Green Bay, WI 54303


Or email to: franchesca@fcrnew.org

Teacher working with At-Risk Students

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living, LLC is seeking certified teachers to work on a full-time and part-time basis over a 10 month period and a possible opportunity for summer employment. Certified teachers will provide instruction to at-risk students in reading, math, writing/grammar, social science and/or science. Teachers with special education experience are preferred.
Teachers will work with small groups of at-risk students within grades K-12. Instruction will be delivered during the regular school day. The subject areas and time of instruction will vary depending on the requirements of the school and the needs of the school population.

  • Certified teachers should have experience working with at-risk students
  • Certified teachers should have a passion and talent to help increase the academic achievement gap for at-risk students
  • Certified teachers will work together with support staff to identify students to participate in the education program and to coordinate the delivery of services to students
  • Certified teachers will deliver small group instruction to struggling students in reading, math, writing/grammar, and/or science
  • Certified teachers will administer pre-and-post assessments to students (if necessary), write and track progress reports, and complete all other reporting
  • Certified teachers will create and maintain student files and other administrative duties as needed
  • Certified teachers will supervise students within class settings and during community related activities
  • Certified teachers will provide a safe and positive learning environment for all students
  • Certified teachers will continually communicate with school personnel and parents to deliver a high quality program
Requirements:
  • Active and valid teaching certificate issued by the Wisconsin State Department of Education
  • Bachelor’s degree minimum
  • Teaching experience with elementary, middle, and/or high school students
  • Computer proficiency required
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to principals, classroom teachers, and parents
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
Interested applicants can send a resume to:

Randall Gazdik
Education Program Director
Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living, LLC
-Partners in Community Intervention
gazdikrg@gmail.com

Aide working with At-Risk Students

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living, LLC is seeking an aide to work on a full-time and part-time basis over a 10 month period and a possible opportunity for summer employment. Aides will provide instruction to at-risk students in reading, math, writing/grammar, social science and/or science. Aides with special education experience or experience with at-risk youth are preferred.
Aides will work with small groups of at-risk students within grades K-12. Instruction will be delivered during the regular school day. The subject areas and time of instruction will vary depending on the requirements of the school and the needs of the school population.

  • Aides should have experience working with at-risk students
  • Aides should have a passion and talent to help increase the academic achievement gap for at-risk students
  • Aides will work with the team to identify students to participate in the education program and to coordinate the delivery of services to students
  • Aides will deliver small group instruction to struggling students in reading, math, writing/grammar, and/or science
  • Aides will administer pre-and-post assessments to students (if necessary), write and track progress reports, and complete all other reporting
  • Aides will create and maintain student files and other administrative duties as needed
  • Aides will supervise students within class settings and during community related activities
  • Aides will provide a safe and positive learning environment for all students
  • Aides will continually communicate with school personnel and parents to deliver a high quality program
Requirements:
  • Computer proficiency required
  • Ability to provide a high level of customer service to principals, classroom teachers, and parents
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • High School Graduate
Interested applicants can send a resume to:

Randall Gazdik
Education Program Director
Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living, LLC
-Partners in Community Intervention
gazdikrg@gmail.com

Employment Specialist/Program Trainer

Job Opening at NEW Curative Rehabilitation – Employment
Specialist/Program Trainer, 30 hours per week.
This person provides work support and training to participants in the Organizational Employment Program in the agency. This person may also provide support to participants in the community for the purpose of work training activities or exploration. The focus is on assisting clients in developing positive work skills and habits in preparation for the transition to community work.
For more information or to access an application, please visit our website: www.newcurative.org

Vocational Case Manager – NEW Curative Rehabilitation

This full-time position is responsible for providing job training and work related support and intervention to clients in programming within the organizational employment program of NEW Curative Rehabilitation, Inc. Clients are assigned and may include clients involved in organizational employment, assessment and training. For more information about this and other openings at NEW Curative Rehabilitation, or to apply, please visit our website: www.newcurative.org

Kate Rohde, Human Resources Manager
N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation, Inc.
2900 Curry Lane
PO Box 8027
Green Bay, WI 54308-8027

Victim Advocate

Position: Victim Advocate --Evenings & Weekends
Supervisor: Shelter Life Coordinator
Job Summary: Part-time position responsible for providing supporting services for victims of domestic violence and their families during evening, weekend and holiday hours.
Essential Duties:

  • Provide crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence and their families by answering Helpline calls, completing DVIP (domestic violence intervention program) process, meeting with victims one on one, and completing shelter intakes.
  • Promote a healthy shelter living environment by ensuring that shelter guidelines and responsibilities are followed by shelter residents and that any issues are addressed immediately through proper protocol.
  • Respond to the needs of shelter residents by providing supplies as requested, supporting individual needs, mediating conflicts that arise, and supervising overall shelter activities.
  • Maintain a clean, professional appearance of facility by following protocol for accepting and storing donations, keep storage areas organized, and complete other tasks as assigned.
  • Completes and maintains necessary documentation through established written and computer protocol.
  • Maintains the confidential nature of client and business information.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Knowledge of the dynamics of domestic violence.
  • Knowledge of professional social work interviewing principles and techniques.
  • Knowledge of community resources and ways in which they may be made available to clients and residents.
  • Knowledge of human development; strong understanding of attitudes, behaviors and development through the lifespan.
  • Knowledge of and ability to utilize a computer and the required software.
  • Ability to understand human behavior and to relate sensitively and effectively with victims of domestic violence and their families.
  • Ability to be decisive and make constructive decisions, under the pressure of crises or emergencies, with appropriate knowledge and timing.
  • Ability to plan and organize work and to make effective use of time.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with staff and the public.
  • Ability to work the required hours of the position.
Minimum Qualifications Required:
  • Associate’s Degree in social work or related human service field or equivalent human service related experience preferred.
  • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license.
  • Completion of criminal background check.
Typical physical and mental demands:
  • Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching.
  • Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a computer and standard office equipment.
  • Requires hearing within normal range and vision correctable to 20/20 to read communications, reports and computer terminals.
  • Must be able to analyze many variables and choose the most effective course of action for clients and/or the organization at any given point in time.
  • Must be able to communicate and provide verbal feedback in a professional manner.
  • Must be able to analyze causes of interpersonal conflicts and resolve complex communications issues.
  • Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflict, and make effective decisions independently.
  • Ability to give, receive and analyze information, formulate plans, prepare written materials, and articulate goals and action plans.
  • Must handle novel and diverse work problems on a daily basis.
  • Must be able to perform arithmetic calculations involving fractions, decimals and percentages.
This position description should not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The employee may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this description.
Submit cover letter and resume to xai@goldenhousegb.org



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