University of Wisconsin - Green Bay

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Notice: The National Health Service Corps has a loan repayment program for those who work at a NHSC approved site. Here is the link to their website: or for a quick summary, click here.

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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.


Family Services' Counseling Clinic in Green Bay is growing! We are currently seeking a full-time therapist with LCSW credentials who is a Medicare provider.
We are a highly committed group of professionals who work and thrive as a team. We provide comprehensive counseling services for families and people of all ages. If you love your work, are committed to this field, and are able to work well on a team, please apply.
You must have a master's degree in social work and be a provider for Medicare and qualify for insurance plans. Licensure in good standing and willingness to work some evening hours are required.

To apply visit

Director of Operations and Project Management

The Achieve Brown County (ABC) Director of Operations and Project Management reports directly to the Executive Director of Achieve Brown County. This individual is responsible for providing direction and support for daily operations, providing project leadership and support, and facilitating and coordinating key team activities. This individual will also work closely with the ABC backbone team and community volunteers to enable exceptional results towards key ABC objectives across multiple project teams. ABC provides a common framework for working together, across sectors, to measurably improve the safety, health, and education of children from birth into their careers.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead the daily operations of the ABC outcome teams.
  • Owns various project management related processes and tools within the ABC structure to enable effective community action.
  • Lead ABC's continuous improvement approach for enabling progress for community-level outcome areas.
For more information, please go to

Social Worker - Assessment Specialist

This person is responsible for assessing home situations and the care needs of people who have dementia and their caregivers. This person will have a strong and active role in carrying out the project called SOS for Dementia. Applying technology to improve the caregiving situation will be a primary focus. This person will be involved in research, developing assessment tools, completing assessments in the home, documenting interventions and success as well as program evaluation. This person will be the lead for the agency for this project working with and under the direction of the VP of Program Services. This person will be working with the collaborative partners from the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Brown County and Options for Independent Living.

Hours: 20/week, flexible scheduling
Wage: $18/hour

Please visit our website for more information, or to apply:

Behavior Support Team Supervisor

The Residential Treatment Program of Family Services is recruiting a Behavior Support Team Supervisor. This position is responsible for the overall leadership and supervision of the Behavior Support Team. The Behavior Support Team Supervisor ensures that the team adheres to all clinical directives and works with all clients in accordance with program philosophy.

This is a Full Time, Salaried position that will require two evenings per week and one weekend shift a month. The Behavior Support Team Supervisor is responsible for: Providing overall direction, leadership and support to the Behavior Support Team; Monitoring the daily shift management and work product of the Behavior Support Team; Hiring and training of new Behavior Support Staff; Overseeing the schedule for all direct care staff, ensuring there is adequate coverage at all times; Attending to all personnel matters within the team; ensuring quality control of Crisis Management and Physical Intervention Systems.

The position requires a Bachelor's Degree with relevant experience with SED youth. Excellent clinical and interpersonal skills required. Apply at

Kewaunee County Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) Facilitator

Helping Hands Caregivers of Kewaunee is looking for a Comprehensive Community Services Facilitator!

Pay: $41,600/year
Position Type: Full-time

The CCS Facilitator will act as a member of the consumer recovery team including participation in all consumer staffing reviews for all mental health programs as needed. In addition, the Facilitator will participate in all interagency collaboration efforts of the department. Under the direction of the CCS Director, the CCS Facilitator will ensure that the service plan and service delivery for mental health consumers are integrated, coordinated, monitored and designed to support the consumer in a manner that enables them to achieve the highest possible level of functioning.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Full Time Position
  • Participate in the treatment planning for CCS consumers under the direction of the CCS Director.
  • Provide coordination with other agencies as needed.
  • Provide crisis intervention services as needed.
  • Facilitate work related supportive services and coordination for consumers.
  • Provide supportive services to consumers to include education related to their mental health condition and coping mechanisms to help them improve their overall functioning.
  • Maintain all consumer case records within the agency’s electronic records systems.
  • Provide coordination with all internal programs within the department where there is over-lapping participation on the part of consumers.
  • Provide coordination with the families of consumers involved in the programs.
  • Attend all clinical collaboration/staffing reviews as required.
  • Have a thorough knowledge of the CCS Programs and the DHS Administrative Rules related to that program.
Knowledge and Abilities:
  • The ability to work with a wide array of consumers with diverse backgrounds.
  • The ability to work with a wide array of service providers.
  • The ability to work independently.
  • Basic knowledge of recovery-based principles.
  • Basic knowledge of mental health related disorders.
  • Basic knowledge of substance abuse related disorders.
  • Basic knowledge of psychotropic medications.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to travel as required.

For a full description, and to apply, visit the online posting here:

Helping Hands Caregivers website:

Catholic Charities-Child and Family Services Case Manager

Primary Responsibilities: This full-time, grant funded position, works as part of a team to provide child welfare services to individuals and families in Northeast Wisconsin by offering direct services, education and support in the area of parenting, and prevention education/services.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provides child welfare services to individuals and families seeking information about parenting, community resources, or adoption
  • Provides supportive and educational services
  • Provides parish and community outreach services
  • Performs basic administrative tasks related to child welfare services
Minimum Knowledge, Experience, and Skill Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field. Experience in social service setting and awareness of community resources helpful
  • Training and knowledge in the area of child welfare services working with varied caseload
  • Previous experience working with teen parents an advantage
  • Knowledge of or willingness to learn statutory requirements for child welfare services
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Word and case record keeping
We offer competitive benefits.
If interested in this position, please submit a resume to:

LTE Program Instructor

LTE Program Instructor position now available at Curative Connections!

This person is responsible for the development of the daily curriculum of the program, carrying out the classes and activities, and assisting in personal cares as needed.

Hours: 30 hours per week with a variable schedule LTE
Wage: $11.28-15.51 per hour

For more information or to apply online, please visit our website:

Full-Time Activity Leader

Curative Connections currently has a full-time opening for an Activity Leader at our Green Bay location.

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 people with disabilities preferred. Willingness to commit to our mission is a must!

Hours: Full Time - 8 hour shifts between 7:00am-5:30pm, M-F
Wage: $9.50-10.00 per hour

For more information or to apply, please visit our website:

Program Manager - Medication Center

Accountability: Supervise and support all mediations working collaboratively with volunteer mediators. Reports to the Executive Director.

Responsibilities: Performs all program management aspects for the Mediation Center of Greater Green Bay. Supports the mission and services of the Mediation Center of Greater Green Bay as an integral team member.

This position is maximum 25 hours per week and has some flexibility, however, the chosen candidate must be available on alternating weeks on Tuesday mornings or evenings, every Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

Submit resume, cover letter and two references Attention: Steve Vickman, Executive Director, Mediation Center of Greater Green Bay to:

Mediation Center of Greater Green Bay
P.O. BOX 752
Green Bay, WI 54305

Or via e-mail to:

Deadline: January 24th

Veteran Counselors/Social Workers

The La Crosse/Wausau Vet Center is currently looking for Veteran Counselors/Social Workers.

13 month time-limited Readjustment Counselor position available for a veteran that has graduated from a Master’s Degree program in Counseling or Social Work. This position is located at the Wausau Outstation in Wausau, Wi. It is a GS-9/GS-11 and the individual does not have to have a license (recent graduates accepted). This position must be filled before May. Contact information below:

Kari C. Porter, LPC, NCC
Team Leader
La Crosse/Wausau Vet Center
Phone: (608) 782-4403
Fax: (608) 782-4423


LCSW, LPC, LMFT to provide In-Home Psychotherapy in Brown, Oconto, and Shawano Counties. Extensive experience working with children and adolescents experiencing behavioral challenges and mental health concerns. Must have experience working with schools and other community organizations. Must be flexible, non-judgmental and organized. Must be able to be a self-starter and both lead and work as a member of a team. Good record keeping skills are a necessity. Must have excellent therapy skills. A valid driver's license and good driving record. Background check required.
Duties and Responsibilities: Provide in home therapy to children and adolescents experiencing significant mental health, behavioral, and/or emotional concerns. Responsible for oversight of therapy, developing treatment plans with the family, planning of sessions, and organization of scheduling for each case. Responsible for case notes and quarterly progress reports for each case.
Starting Salary: $22.50/hour

For more information, please visit the website:

Crisis Counselors (Full-time, Overnight)

Minimum of a Bachelor's degree within human services is required. Full-time staff with Master's degrees are provided the opportunity to earn their 3,000 hours. Necessary skills include strong self-initiative, professionalism, and organization. Experience within community services is desired. Extensive training provided to new hires. Must have a valid driver's license and access to a reliable vehicle.

To apply, visit

Social Worker I/V (DHHS: CYF DIVISION)

Wages/Salary: Depending on qualifications.
Duties: Provides child protective services initial assessments or ongoing family assessments in accordance with a risk management system; determines the origin of problems, provides for safety of children; provides information and referral services for the family and case management including case documentation requirements; places children in out of home placements if necessary; provides court related services in accordance with the Children’s Code (Chapter 48) and the Juvenile Code (Chapter 938) as it pertains to children in need of protection services. Provides on-call after hours crisis coverage on a rotating basis. May be assigned to any and all Social Work functions performed within the Division.
Qualifications: State of Wisconsin Social Work Certification required. Bi-lingual candidates in Spanish or Hmong will receive special consideration. For a complete listing of qualifications, please consult the job description, which can be obtained in the Human Resources Department.
Shift/Hours: 8:00-4:30 (Some evening hours may be required)
Job Status: Full-Time
Affiliation: Professional Employees
To apply: Submit a completed application form to:

Outagamie County HR Department
File: WS-698
410 South Walnut Street
Appleton, WI 54911

Program Specialist

House of Hope is currently hiring for a Program Specialist. This is a rewarding position that helps homeless young mothers and their children on a journey to independence and stability.

Program Specialists provide a positive environment and assist those living at the shelter with daily needs. Some duties would include helping residents meet goals they set during case management meetings with a focus on positive parenting, formal education, employment, and obtaining housing, Program Specialists also ensure the upkeep of the shelter, organize and accept donations, work with volunteers, and more.

This position requires background knowledge in human behaviors, youth development, social work, psychology, and human services related fields. Two positions are available. Hours will be:
Position 1: Every other Saturday and Sunday overnight from 12am -8am
Position 2: Thursdays from 4pm - 12am along with every other Saturday and Sunday from 8am - 4pm.

Please apply by emailing your resume, cover letter, and list of references to:

Social Worker-Children & Family Services Unit

Door County Department of Human Services seeks individual responsible for juvenile court intake, access/assessment, and/or ongoing services in either Child Protection and/or Juvenile Justice Cases. May also assist coordinating the Foster Care program, including but not limited to: recruitment, licensing, supervision, training, support and recognition of foster parents.


  1. Graduate with a BA / BS degree (or higher) from a certified college or university program in Social Work.
  2. Certification as a Social Worker (or higher level of Social Worker certification) with the State of Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing.
  3. Previous experience providing social / human services and supervision to children / juveniles / families preferred.
Starting Salary: Minimum $19.75/hour to Midpoint $23.24/hour. Based on experience.

Submit a completed County application to the Human Resources Dept., 421 Nebraska St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, (920) 746-2305. EOE

Curative Connections Hiring for Manitowoc!

Curative Connections currently has part-time openings at our Manitowoc locations! Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply on our website:

Job Coach
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 on and conduct follow-up contacts. May be primarily assigned to one or several employers for special projects and/or an on-going group activity.
Hours: Variable
Wage: $9.50 per hour

Program Assistant
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 people with disabilities preferred. Willingness to commit to our mission is a must!
Hours: 5 hours per day, M,Th,F Wage: $10.00 per hour

Student Internship/Employment and Guest Speaker Opportunities with Innovative Services!

Innovative Services, Inc. and the internship & career opportunities we have available for UWGB students studying Social Work, Psychology, Human Development and related fields.

  • Innovative Services has Licensed Professional Counselors and Licensed Clinical Social Workers on staff to provide Internship supervision! Our licensed staff is able to provide supervision hours to fulfill the 3,000 hour requirement for state licensure.
  • Part-time, full-time and casual on-call positions available supporting youth and adults living with varying mental health diagnoses and/or supporting individuals in crisis. Our employees work closely with individuals’ treatment teams to implement therapeutic approaches and goal-oriented interventions.
  • The attached Career Path documents serve to illustrate just a few of the options available through Innovative Services.
Our Mental Health Consultant professionals are available to come in and speak to classes, groups & clubs at any time.
Please view the following flyers:
Innovative Services Career Paths - UWGB #1
Innovative Services Career Paths - UWGB #2

Questions and other requests can be directed to Becky Tuma at (920) 431-0962 ext. 1015, or at


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..