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Ongoing Opportunity

Taylor County is seeking a Children & Family Social Worker/Case Manager

The Taylor County Human Services Department has a full-time opening for a Children and Family Services Social Worker/Case Manager.  The CFS Social Worker/Case Manager duties include providing supervision of children who have been adjudicated delinquent or in need of protection or services, develop plans for care/treatment of children and families that are consistent with standards established by DCF, local circuit court, and agency policies/procedures, evaluate and monitor safety of children in the home and out of the home, arrange and supervise out-of-home care placements, prepare dispositional reports and permanency plans for family reunification or permanence of children, prepare appropriate requests for the extension, revision, and/or change of placement, providing testimony in court when required, arrange supervised and unsupervised visitations between children and parents or guardians, and maintain client case records as required.
Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or closely related field. Prior work experience in the child welfare or juvenile justice and/or experience in a human services related field are preferred.  A valid driver’s license is required.
A completed Taylor County application is required to be considered for this position. An electronic and printable application is available at Applications will be accepted until Friday, January 3, 2020, at 3:30 p.m. by:
MEDFORD, WI  54451

Taylor County Drug Opposition Partners is Seeking an Administrative Assistant

Taylor County Drug Opposition Partners program is seeking a part-time [10-20 hours/week], limited-term Administrative Assistant. Individual will provide administrative support for the Drug Free Communities Support Program. Duties include supporting Drug Opposition Partners and Pure Performance activities and program strategies to reduce substance abuse in Taylor County.

Applicants for this position must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent and one year of relevant office experience or any other combination that provides the relevant knowledge base. An office assistant education and experience working with federal and/or state funded programs is preferred. A valid driver’s license is required.
A completed Taylor County application is required to be considered for this position. An electronic and printable application is available at  Applications will be accepted until Friday, January 3, 2020, at 3:30 p.m., by:
Human Resource Manager
Taylor County Courthouse
224 South 2nd Street
Medford, WI  54451

Greater Green Bay YMCA Seeking a Healthy Living Director

The Healthy Living Director provides direction, leadership and oversight to various Healthy Living programs at their respective center. This position has a strong emphasis in personal training, small group training, new member orientation, member wellness initiatives and supervision of the Wellness Center and staff. This position will also provide support for Group Exercise Programs (including Active Older Adult initiative) and provide direct supervision to the Group Exercise Coordinator. Other areas of involvement may include worksite wellness initiatives and chronic disease programs.


  • Work closely with the Senior Healthy Living Director to implement association strategies and standards for all Healthy Living Areas including Personal Training, Worksite Wellness, Group Ex, Livestrong, and Wellness Center Equipment/layout. Promote Healthy Living initiatives within the YMCA and the community.
  • Supervise Personal Trainers, Group Exercise Coordinator, and Wellness Center Staff. Functions include but not limited to: assist in hiring, assist with on-boarding, training and development, payroll, performance management, scheduling, etc. Implement continued development opportunities for personal trainers by leading movement clinics, form and technique workshops, sales and retention training, etc.
  • Attract and retain top talent. Assist in recruitment for key positions in Personal Training and Group Exercise. Attend networking events, job fairs, chamber events, etc. to build candidate field.
  • Develop, monitor and control the Healthy Living Budget for Personal Training, Worksite Wellness, Group Ex, Wellness Center Maintenance, & Livestrong Program. Consistently meet program and financial goals and implement formal processes to ensure high quality and accurate measures.
  • Personal Training: Ability to assess and develop client programming to ensure quality of Program. Evaluate that programming is specific to client goals, safe, effective, and progressive.
  • Hold Trainers accountable for maintaining billable training hours. Track key metrics of team and individuals analyzing packages sold, retention, conversion, and revenue.
  • Personal Training: Responsible for quality of new member experience which includes: goal setting, fitness testing, and personal training session.
  • Group Exercise: Evaluate effectiveness and engagement of Group Exercise programming looking at average class attendance, % of members participating in classes, scheduling, program options, etc.
  • Maintain Wellness Center Standards including submitting equipment repair requests, cleanliness of equipment and area, and staffing needs.
  • Cultivate relationships and lead a team to support and participate in the annual giving campaign.
  • Serve as Leader on Duty on a rotation, ensuring the security, safety, cleanliness of building as well as supporting staff and members in all areas of the building.
  • A 4-year degree required. preferred area of study: exercise science, physiology, health and wellness, physical education.
  • Minimum 2 years supervisory or leadership experience in Personal Training including Personal Training and small group training initiatives required.
  • Experience in developing and managing health and wellness program, fiscal management, wellness initiatives, and staff supervision.
  • Proven track record of developing programs focused on increasing participation.
  • Proven track record of building relationships with staff, members, and volunteers.
  • Current or previous Personal Training Certification from nationall accredited organization required. Current Personal Training preferred.
  • Current knowledge of personal training strategies, trends, and standards.
  • Current knowledge of fitness equipment, group exercise equipment, and industry trends including group exercise and mind/body programs.
  • Participation in Listen First and tour training is required within the first nine months.
  • CPR and First Aid certifications are required within the first 60 days of employment.
  • Strong administrative, organizational, math, and computer skills (MS Office) with attention to details required.
  • Ability priortize workloads to meet timelines and maintain confidentially of records required.
Opportunity Contact Name: Yeng Xiong
Opportunity Contact Email:

Golden House is Expanding Our Team!

Golden House is a non-profit that provides safety and support to victims of domestic abuse while leading community efforts to end domestic violence. We have expanded our team and are looking to hire!

Advocacy Manager - Provides ongoing supervision and oversight provided by program staff. As a priority, ongoing mentoring and coaching to direct reports/advocates, identify opportunities for professional development and continuous improvement of services. Develops, review and evaluate procedures related to program services, such as 24/7 crisis response and agency coverage, legal advocacy, mental health therapy, support groups, and connection to resources.

Mental Health Therapist - Provides initial assessments, treatment plans and ongoing psychotherapy for individuals experiencing domestic violence. Work with domestic violence victims experiencing a multitude of different programs ranging from the chronically mentally ill, to the client experiencing situational distress and the clients with co-occurring disorders. Write, monitor, and coordinate treatment plans.

Golden House is interested in candidate for employment who:

Understand the importance of advocating and empowering domestic violence victims
Value being part of a mission driven team
Enjoy a fast-paced and supportive environment

With Golden House, employees are offered:
Competitive wages that recognize educational achievement
Benefits including: Flexible schedule, Generous paid time off, Health, Dental, Vision and Life insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Please visit our website for the full job description and to apply online:

Opportunity Contact Name: Holli Fisher
Opportunity Contact Email:

Menominee County is Hiring Family Services Case Manager

Under appropriate supervision, this position provides intake services, assessments, participates in planning for services to children and families, providers court services, and providers billable services. The position may provide case management, intensive services for families, and may be assigned to work with community services teams including serving as team facilitator. Services may be provided to children/youth served by Children's Long Term Waiver program, children/youth with mental health and/or substance abuse and children in need of protection and services, and adjudicated juveniles. This position will customarily work other professionals and family members to plan and coordinate services. Crisis intervention services are common in this position. Under supervision, provides clients with supportive social services and safe environments designed to overcome financial, personal, health or family problems. Because of changes in the types of referrals, the position may be assigned to tasks that he/she performs infrequently, but those tasks will be within the context of providing case management to children and families. This position shares on-call crisis coverage on a staff rotation schedule and participates on the crisis mobile team.

▪ Orientates individuals, service providers, and community as to the nature and goals of program. Explain/interpret roles and responsibilities, treatment costs to be borne by the client, if any, and consumer’s rights.
▪ Provide services in order to maintain a family, reduce out of home placements and reunite families when a child has been placed; determine and select appropriate alternate care resources for an individual needing placement
▪ Respond to referrals of abuse/neglect; evaluate the need for protective services
▪ Coordinate mental health and substance abuse services to clients and ensure treatment/recovery is provided in accordance with best practice and professional ethics and boundaries.
▪ Provide emergency care services and screening of safety concerns and risk stabilization including emergency detention (Chapter 51) assessments and court appearances as necessary.
▪ Perform Case management responsibility which includes, but is not limited to: screening; case planning; court services; assessments, consumer and collateral contacts, outreach, prevention, information and referral and/or coordination of direct and support services as it relates to the treatment plan
▪ Develop and initiate an individual plan of treatment/case plan with consumer and/or family participation including assessment of children’s and families’ strengths, risks and needs. Evaluate the case/treatment plan on an on-going basis.
▪ Creation, coordination and maintenance of community service teams; and may be required to serve as a team facilitator; establish support systems by assisting in locating and using appropriate community resources.
▪ Provide and make arrangements for provision of psychiatric and psychological services
▪ Ensure crisis service issues are handled on a timely basis and maintain flexible hours for service delivery; Serve on the rotation schedule for "on-call", responding to emergency calls during and after business hours and participate on the crisis mobile team
▪ Respect, understand, maintain, and abide by all confidentiality laws, agency policy and procedures, manuals, administrative codes, and state/federal laws; utilize appropriate grievance procedures
▪ Participate and respond, as directed, to Emergency Government emergencies, exercises and training
▪ Serve as backup in absence of other unit service providers.
▪ Regular and reliable attendance is a necessary element of this job.

• Understanding of Human Service Programs, and an understanding of roles and functions of court systems
• Knowledge of the effects of child abuse and delinquency on children and families, family dynamics that contribute to delinquency, the dynamics of domestic violence on families, and knowledge of family based services.
• Knowledge of developmental disabilities, mental health and substance abuse.
• Knowledge of and ability to apply professional interviewing principles and techniques and apply communication skills
effectively orally and in writing and ability to follow instructions.
• Knowledge required for records creation and maintenance, including appropriate computer utilization skills
• A knowledge and use of community resources; the ability to learn about other community resources within and
outside of the County and help in creating new resources for children and families.
• Ability to work independently with sound organizational, problem-solving, multi-tasking, prioritizing, decision-making
• Ability to concentrate on details to ensure accuracy of both electronic and paper records and to utilize appropriate and
sensitive discretion in dealing with confidential or sensitive materials, communications and situations
• Ability to establish good working relationships with others and to work effectively and collaboratively with a diverse
array of professional disciplines and personalities, maintaining a high level of professionalism,
• Ability to initiate action, organize projects, solve problems, enhance communication or improve processes to ensure
comprehensive/effective service delivery
• Ability to cope with time-pressured deadlines and to successfully adapt to changes; handle emergency situations and
to work with resistant or involuntary families.
• Skill in assessing children and families around the issues of family dysfunction and delinquency. Skill in negotiating
and facilitating plans for risk and safety stabilization for the child, family and community.
• Skill in facilitating a team approach process in working with children and families.
• Skill in office terminology, practices, security, and office equipment; Business English, spelling, grammar and general
mathematical skills
• Drive in and out of County as needed to carry out responsibilities and to attend training/meetings.

▪ Write and maintain progress notes related to a consumer’s case plan and assessments and that contribute to an
overall understanding of the individual’s ongoing level and quality of functioning.
▪ Acquire and maintain a working knowledge of reporting requirements, memos/bulletins, and other program manuals.
▪ Develop and maintain efficient, timely and accurate completion of required records, reports, bills, mileage, logs, and
other paperwork within specified time frames according to statutory rules, regulations and internal and other controls
affecting the Agency, and present reports verbally and/or written as requested
▪ Provide written/oral reports, testimony and perform any other court-related duties as necessary and required
▪ Maintain and ensure security and confidentiality of all records and maintain an orderly accurate filing system
▪ Follow Wisconsin Medicaid’s medical record documentation requirements as they apply to billing procedures; provide
all record-keeping duties regarding billable services as assigned. Determine and review any potential reimbursement
by third-party payers when applicable. Ensure that financial, cost share, or uniform fee plans, if allowable, is
▪ Ensure compliance with the Human Service Reporting System (HSRS) and Wisconsin Statewide Automated Child
Welfare Information System (EWiSACWIS) and other internal/external reporting systems.

▪ Make home visits to individuals and families and collateral contacts per required standards and/or as directed.
▪ Acquire and maintain knowledge of community resources and provide assistance in utilizing resources
▪ Respond to telephone calls and correspondence in a timely, appropriate and professional manner.
▪ Maintain communication and working relationships, work as a member of a team to ensure unified service provision
▪ Provide on-going public awareness and education and gather public input. May be requested to assist in the
publishing of articles, news releases, newsletters, public service announcements, etc
▪ Work cooperatively to assure a smooth transition between programs and service providers.
▪ May be requested to participate on task forces/committees with respect to programs.

▪ Participate in required number of hours of orientation as specified for respective programs and in regular supervision
meetings to review and discuss assignments, issues, performance, etc.
▪ Develop annually an individualized training plan identifying training needs and attend professional development
activities approved by the Immediate Supervisor.
▪ Participate in joint treatment planning/recovery sessions, and attend clinical consultations/supervision, as directed.
▪ Participate in internal meetings and other regular or assigned meetings, including Board meetings, as directed.

▪ Bachelor's degree in Social Work (certified or eligible for certification as a Social Worker in Wisconsin, pursuant to Act
160 Chapter 457.08), or a bachelor’s degree in a related Human Services/behavioral science field from an accredited
University. A major in Social Work with certification is preferred.
▪ Direct job experience, education, or training in working with children, youth and families, preferred
▪ Experience in working with Computers and data entry
▪ Possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and access to an owned, insured vehicle and provide evidence of
meeting such requirements on a continual basis; must have a good driving record
▪ Must possess and maintain a personal/home telephone.
▪ Availability to work unscheduled hours, including some evening hours, as workload dictates
▪ Proof of any education, training or experience will be requested.

To perform and function in situations encountered in a normal office setting. No physical limitations that would impair
mobility or restrict ability to lift and carry a minimum of 30 pounds; sit down/get up or bend/stoop; frequently climb flights of
stairs; sit for a number of consecutive hours; concentrate on precise and critical information; operate/drive a car; requires
manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office equipment and drive in all kinds of weather.
No limitations that would impair or restrict ability to hear and understand communication or to communicate with others, to
comprehend oral or written instructions, and to read manuals, forms, and other documentation.
No limitations that would impair or restrict ability to make visual observations, i.e. observe home conditions, client’s health
and safety, verbal/nonverbal cues, possible hostile/confrontive situations, discriminate different shades of color.

Must be able to analyze many variables and choose the most effective course of action for the organization at any given
point in time. Personal maturity is an important attribute. Must be able to resolve problems, and make effective decisions
under pressure. Must have a long attention span in order to listen to people, perceive the real problems and bring issues
to a successful conclusion. Must relate and interact with people at all levels. Must be culturally sensitive.
Stressful factors include the on-going intensity of critical information, pressure of meeting deadlines, provision of services
in a sometimes unfavorable and difficult environment; a varied schedule, frequent travel, and travel in inclement weather.

Appearance must be pleasing, poised, and well groomed; attitudes toward people should demonstrate warmth of
personality, patience, respect, and sensitivity to feelings and ideas; a willingness to give and sustain help; be dependable,
reliable, flexible, have integrity, insight, imagination, and creativity.

This position description is an illustration of the duties and responsibilities of this position and is not intended to be all
inclusive. Management reserves the right to add or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary. This job
description does not constitute a contract for employment.

Special Note:
A thorough background check will be conducted as part of the hiring process to determine whether the circumstances of
any conviction or pending charge may be related to the job being filled. Confidentiality is mandatory in all aspects of the
job. Candidate selected for hire will be subject to a drug test and employment will be contingent on the results of said test.

BENEFITS: To see a summary of Menominee County's benefits, visit Menominee County's website at and click on the "Career Opportinuities" tab appearing in the left margin of the home page.


A complete application includes:

  • Menominee County Employment Application available in the Administrative Coordinator Assistant's Office or online at under the "Career Opportunities" tab appearing in the left margin of the home page);
  • Current resume;
  • Two professional letters of reference and one personal letter of reference;
  • Copy of college transcripts (official "stamped" copies due prior to start date if offered the position);
  • Copy of valid Wisconsin Driver's license.
Applications that are incomplete or do not include the information described above will be screened out and will not proceed
to the interview stage.

Please submit all required information in person to the Administrative Coordinator Assistant’s office at the Menominee
County Courthouse located at W3269 Courthouse Lane in Keshena, Wisconsin. Alternatively, all of the required information
can be mailed to:

Menominee County Courthouse
Attn: Human Resources
P.O. Box 279
Keshena, WI 54135

Please call 715-799-3024 if you have any questions or need assistance.

Menominee County is an equal opportunity employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County
will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourage both prospective employees
and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.


Horizon Home Care and Hospice of Milwaukee is seeking a Medical Social Worker

Horizon Home Care and Hospice, located in Milwaukee, WI, a not-for-profit Agency, has been southeastern Wisconsin's employer and hospice provider of choice for 25 years. From our unparalleled on-site Grief Resource Center to the full spectrum of care our inter-disciplinary team provides to our
beautiful hospice inpatient unit with all the comfort and modern amenities of home, we bring hospice care to a new level.

Our Hospice team is looking for a compassionate, personable Medical Social Worker to provide initial psychosocial evaluations and ongoing psychosocial counseling to our patients and their families. This position is an opportunity to collaborate with an inter-disciplinary team, work with the patients in the comfort of their own homes, and really make a difference.

This is a full-time position will cover patients within their own homes and partner facilities throughout Southern Milwaukee County, Racine County, Kenosha County and portions of Waukesha County. This role works Monday-Friday, 8-4:30pm (or similar hours) and includes an On Call rotation.

Qualifications include a required Master's in Social Work and current State of Wisconsin Advanced Practice Social Work license. Must have at least two (2) years experience in a clinical setting, preferably hospice-related. Working knowledge of the principals and practices of social work, awareness of community resources, ability to relate to people of diverse cultural backgrounds, understand the dynamics of human behavior and social problems, utilize various treatment modalities, ability to work within an integrated team concept. Current WI drivers license, reliable transportation, and proof of
current automobile insurance also required.

Horizon offers you a unique opportunity to give back and make a difference in your community. In return, we offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including Health, Dental & Vision insurance, Retirements Savings with Employer Match, Paid Time Off, Mileage Reimbursement, and

To learn more about the opportunity and/or submit an online application – visit our Careers website: Or send resume to:

Horizon Home Care and Hospice, Inc. is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that does not discriminate in employment and ensures equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or status as a qualified individual with a disability or Vietnam era or other protected veteran. To achieve our goal of equal opportunity, we maintain an affirmative action program through which we take good faith efforts to recruit, hire and advance in employment qualified minorities, women, persons with disabilities, Vietnam era veterans, and other protected veterans

Door County Department of Health and Human Services is seeking a Case Manager for Adult Protective Services

General Summary 
This position is responsible for a wide range of individualized, client-centered case management services to individuals affected by mental health and or alcohol/drug problems.  The case manager performs intake functions and screens individuals presenting to the county Behavioral Health system for services.  The case manager assists and enhances the ability of individuals to remain independent and works to reduce the risk of hospitalization.  The primary focus will be (select the appropriate option) (a) supporting individuals served by the county’s emergency mental health crisis system, (b) adding support to individuals with the Adult Protective Service/Adults at Risk System.
Duties and Responsibilities
     Essential Job Functions
  1. Conduct necessary screenings and assessments, including AODA/Mental Health functional screen to determine program eligibility, client needs and strengths.   
  2. Develop comprehensive care plans meeting the requirements for Targeted Case Management.
  3. Provide support, perform crisis intervention, assist in development of natural supports, and make necessary referrals for services.
  4. Monitor clients’ day to day functioning and effectiveness of services.
  5. Complete all documentation as required by Department of Health & Human Services programs, consistent with program requirements, to include daily documentation of all face to face contacts, collateral contacts, and updating treatment plans and crisis plans every 6 months.
  6. Monitor clients’ day to day functioning and symptoms, reporting medical/psychiatric concerns to prescribing physician/nurse practitioner. Attend psychiatric appointments and other medical appointments as deemed necessary.
  7. Monitor commitments and/or WATTS reviews for assigned caseload.
  8. Develop safety plans to protect individuals who may present a danger to themselves or others. Work with law enforcement to implement emergency detentions when necessary.
  9. Provide truthful and accurate written and verbal communications.
     General Job Functions
  1. Provide after-hours emergency “on call” services on rotating basis with other clinical staff.
  2. Participate in continuing, appropriate professional training for Crisis and Adult Protective Services.
  3. Strictly follow federal and state laws and regulations, County and departmental policies and procedures in regard to privacy, security, and confidentiality of individuals’ personal and medical information.  
  4. Represent the Department of Health & Human Services Behavioral Health Program at community meetings and events.
  5. Provide back-up to other case management positions within the division as necessary.
     Training & Experience
  1. Graduate of an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work or other related Human Services field.
  2. Minimum of one year of supervised experience working with individuals who suffer from mental illness and substance use disorders required.  Three years’ experience preferred.
  3. Current valid Wisconsin driver’s license required.
  4. Must be approved screener for Mental Health/AODA functional screen within six months.
  5. Must complete 40 hours of Crisis Services training to meet HFS 34 Crisis Orientation within 3 months of hire.
     Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required
  1. Working knowledge of pertinent state statutes and ability to apply to case situations.
  2. Ability to read, comprehend, and communicate, both verbally and in writing.
  3. Ability to work simultaneously on several competing priorities.
  4. Ability to balance individual’s right to self-determination with community standards.
  5. Ability to work on a team and to maintain good working relationships with other community agencies.
  6. Must have a working knowledge of community resources.
  7. A willingness to be flexible and an ability to organize the work load to meet deadlines.
  8. Ability to use tact and courtesy in maintaining an effective working relationship with department employees, county supervisors, county officials, and general public.
  9. Employee must remain within a 50-minute response time to Door County Medical Center while on crisis call.
Physical & Working Conditions
Nearly 100% of time work is performed in a normal office setting with little or no discomfort from temperature, dust or noise. Interacting with other employees, general public, whether walking in or on the telephone may be encountered.
Over 75% of work is performed seated at a desk, working on a computer keyboard and/or telephone with about 10% of work performed standing and walking. Over 75% of the work is performed by talking, hearing, and using both far and near vision. Occasional lifting is required up to 10 lbs. (i.e. paper and equipment).
In an effort to provide for continuity of County government and to cope with the problems of the emergency, you may be required to work during a proclaimed state of emergency, consistent with Sec. 323.14, Wis. Stats. and County emergency management plans and programs. 
The above is intended to describe the general content of the requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements. They may be subject to change at any time due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.

Behavioral Health Case Manager - Crisis
     Assigned Tasks:
  1. Serve as primary crisis worker during office hours. Provide emergency mental health crisis assessment, planning, and stabilization services to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Crisis services may be provided in the office or mobile out in the community (at the hospital, Justice Center, or other locations as needed).
  2. Initial contact for internal and external referrals, walk-ins and phone calls to the Behavioral Health Clinic; schedule individuals with psychiatrist, mental health or AODA therapist or refer to Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) case manager as appropriate. 
  3. Act as primary liaison between Health & Human Services and Corporation Counsel to complete Emergency Detention Orders, Commitment Extensions and WATTS reviews as needed. 
  4. Attend Chapter 51 court hearings as the DHHS representative.  Follow consumers who are placed on commitments or settlement agreements to assure compliance with treatment conditions.
  5. As needed, serve as case manager for clients receiving medical management services through the Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic.
  6. Follow up on after-hours crisis calls to reassess suicidality and offer services.
  7. Conduct satisfaction surveys with individuals who have utilized crisis services and make recommendations to improve services.
Behavioral Health Case Manager - Adults at Risk
     Assigned Tasks:
  1. Provide outreach in the community to individuals identified as “at risk,” and connect individuals to agency and community resources to meet immediate and ongoing needs.  
  2. Work in partnership with the Aging and Disability Resource Center and Adult Protective Services staff to address needs of individuals waiting for enrollment into Family Care.
  3. Provide outreach, short term case management, and community-based services to those individuals who are outside the framework of Adult Protective Services, coming out of the jail, or others in the community with mental health or long-term care needs.
  4. As necessary, assist clients applying for Disability Benefits, Medicaid applications and reviews, Rental Assistance, Housing Authority, Energy Assistance, Payee Services, etc.
  5. Provide coordination with community resources, including transportation as necessary, to ensure client attendance at clinical/medical appointments and other services necessary in the client's case plans and/or for the client's well-being.
  6. Assist with APS investigations on an as-needed basis.
  7. Follow all procedures prescribed in the Medicaid Online Handbook for Case Management Services.

To apply email your resume to

Kewaunee County is seeking a Children's Long Term Support Case Manager

For a job description and application click here

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin is seeking a Program Specialist

Program Specialist Position
Big Brothers Big Sisters has an opportunity for a motivated professional to enroll, match and sustain youth mentoring relationships in our Community and Site-Based programs. This is a full-time salaried, exempt position with benefits.

Responsibilities include:
  •  Recruit, screen and interview mentors and youth
  •  Coordinate matches and professionally support each match relationship
  •  Community networking to recruit volunteers
  •  Bachelor degree in human service related field
  • Ability to work flexible hours (including early evenings) to meet client needs
  • Experience in assessment and relationship development with youth and adult populations; understanding of child development and family dynamics; demonstrates excellent written and oral communication skills as well as sound judgment.
Send cover letter and resume to:

Program Director
Mary Malcore-Miller
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin
520 North Broadway St. Suite 220
Green Bay, WI 54303

All candidates must have reliable transportation and valid driver license to be considered for this opportunity.

Fox Lake Correctional Institution is seeking a full time Social Worker

County(ies): Brown, Chippewa, Columbia, Crawford, Dane, Dodge, Douglas, Fond du Lac, Grant, Jackson, Juneau, Kenosha, Lincoln, Milwaukee, Oneida, Outagamie, Racine, Sawyer, Sheboygan, St. Croix, Waushara, Winnebago
Classification Title/JAC: SOCIAL WORKER-CORRECTIONS 18-02709
Job Working Title: Social Worker-Gen Pop
Type of Employment: Full time (40 hrs/week) Part time (less than 40 hrs/week)
Salary: Starting salary for Social Worker-Corrections (pay schedule/range 12-06) is $19.58 epr hour, plus excellent benefits. Starting salary for Social Worker-Corrections Senior (pay schedule/range 12-08) is $22.91 per hour, plus excellent benefits. Pay upon appointment for current or former State employees may vary and will be in accordance with language in the Compensation Plan, Statutes, and Administrative Code. A twelve month probationary period is required
Special Qualifications: Applicants must possess a Social Worker credential issued by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services in the form of a Social Worker Training Certificate, Social Worker License, Licensed Clinical Social Worker license, or Independent Clinical Social Worker License. Applicants who possess a temporary license or a Social Worker Training Certificate must obtain permanent licensure within twelve months of hire.
Contact: Rebecca Schoormann, HR Specialist,
To apply: click here and apply for Job Announcement Code 18-02709

St. John's Homeless Shelter is hiring Flexible, Seasonal Shelter Staff

St. John's Homeless Shelter is excited to announce that we have openings for part-time/flexible, seasonal staff positions to serve in various capacities at our shelter. St. John's is the emergency shelter of last resort where we honor the dignity, restore hope and create lasting change for those who are homeless or at-risk in the greater Green Bay community. We hope you'll join our team!
Immediate opportunities for Team Lead, Support Staff and Safety Staff in the following shifts:
- 4 p.m. to midnight
- Midnight to 9 a.m.
- 5 - 9 a.m.
Other shift opportunities available. No minimum number of hours required to work - work as much or as little as you'd like! Please apply online:
Other Employment Opportunities: Night Shift Coordinator - Full-time and year-round benefit-eligible position
Please apply online:

Catholic Charities Milwaukee is seeking Behavioral Health Interns

Internship Highlights

  • Provide direct counseling to individuals, families, couples, and groups
  • Manage small caseload of your own clients
  • Gain experience addressing a wide range of diagnoses
  • Address the mental health needs of the poor and undeserved
  • Clinically supervised by Senior Therapist, weekly meetings
  • Participate in monthly consultation sessions with peers led by a local psychologist 
What does this internship offer? 
  • Fulfilling your call to help others
  • Serving those who often times cannot afford this support elsewhere
  • Making a positive impact
  • Putting the individual first to improve our local communities
  • Supporting individuals and being a part of their journey
  • This role will provide support to Milwaukee communities
  • Must be fluent in Spanish and English
Email your resume and cover letter to Jessica Brandt,, (414) 769-3414

Catholic Charities is seeking a Behavioral Health Therapist for Sheboygan and Fon Du Lac

Position Highlights

  • Provide compassionate support by addressing a wide range of diagnoses to those most in need in the local communities
  • Provide in-office psychotherapy, counseling, and other related services to individuals, couples, families, and groups
  • conduct educational and supportive counseling sessions to groups including critical incident response services
  • supervision provided to obtain certification hours
  • The role will provide support to Sheboygan and Fond Du Lac communities
  • A Master's degree in Social Work (MSW) or in a related counseling field
  • Post graduate clinical practice (i.e. LPC, MFT) and 3,000 hour certification is strongly preferred, but is not required
  • Fluency in Spanish and English is a plus
For more information and to apply click here or email 

Children's Wisconsin is seeking a Foster Hoe Licensing Worker (casual) - Neenah

 Completes home studies to determine families' suitability to meet the needs of children in out-of-home care.  Conducts rigorous background checks, home inspections and psycho-social assessments. Orients prospective foster, families to the application, home study and placement process and collaborates with Out-of-Home Care staff performing placement and service roles to ensure the provision of comprehensive and well-coordinated services program-wide.  Dependent on location, works cooperatively with the Intake and Placement Specialist to match children needing placement into licensed foster homes and coordinating the placement process.  Dependent on location, the Foster Home Licensing Worker responsibilities could include making placement matches and coordinating the placement process.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field.  Master's Degree in Social Work or related field preferred.
  • State of Wisconsin certification, training certificate or temporary license or certification required as social worker, advanced practice social worker, independent social worker, clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist or professional counselor certificate or license.
Child Welfare experience preferred. Foster Care Licensing and/or Adoption experience preferred.
  • Requires a valid driver's license, acceptable driving record and the ability to be insured by the CHHS auto insurance carrier.
Experience working with families of diverse ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds strongly preferred.
Strong internal and external verbal and written communication skills.
Problem solving and decision-making skills.
Basic computer skills required. Organization and time management skills.
This is a CASUAL role - requires flexibility for a fluctuating schedule based upon need.  Typical estimate could be up to 20 hours per week, with some occasions for more or less hours.  Some evening hours will likely be needed. 
Coverage area will include Outagamie, Fond du Lac, and Manitowoc counties. Paid travel time and mileage reimbursement.

Interested individuals click here to apply
For the specific job opening click here


Family Services Sexual Assault Center is seeking a Program Manager

Family Services is a non-profit organization that protects, heals, and cares for children and families throughout Northeast Wisconsin. Family Services is strongly committed to protecting children and vulnerable individuals from abuse and exploitation. When traumatic situations occur, our staff is there to assist the individual or family with their journey of healing and recovery. Family Services cares for individuals who are isolated, abandoned or just need help developing the skills to live successfully.
Family Services’ Sexual Assault Center provides services 24/7 to victims of sexual violence and their families and friends.  The program serves Brown, Door, Oconto, and Marinette Counties. The Sexual Assault Center provides sensitive services to all victims regardless of their age, gender, race, sexual orientation or disability.  Crisis intervention, information and referral, counseling, follow-up assistance, medical, legal and personal advocacy, support group, as well as community education are among the services provided.
We are currently seeking an exceptional leader to serve as Program Manager for our Center.  Working primarily out of our Green Bay office, this position is responsible for ensuring quality services are delivered in each of the communities we serve.  Direct supervision of the program staff and volunteers of the Center and the day to day operations in Brown, Door, Oconto and Marinette communities is shared between the Program Manager and Supervisor.  The Program Manager will ensure the implementation of innovative and collaborative approaches in meeting the needs of victims of sexual assault and sex trafficking while developing strategies to reduce sexual violence in our communities. 
Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree in social work or closely related field and have a minimum of five years supervisory experience.  Preferred candidates will have a Master’s degree in social work or closely related field, experience in working with victims of sexual assault, and have a minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience in a sexual assault center or similar environment.  
To apply click here


Milwaukee Public Schools is seeking a School Social Worker

Milw Board of School Directors
Central Services Building
We would like to invite you to visit our careers site to complete your application.
1. Select the  link to access our careers site. 
2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one. 
3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.
If you are a current employee of our organization please use the following link instead:

Job Opening at Brown County United Way - Program Investment and 2-1-1 Manager

Interested individuals may contact Sarah Inman at or (920) 593-4766

Program Investment and 2-1-1 Manager Position Description
Position Summary
Manage all primary areas of responsibility within Brown County United Way's Impact Framework which is comprised of three interconnected levels of influence: Program Investment, Impact Initiative, and Advocacy. Work closely with United Way staff and volunteers; build and maintain effective, collaborative relationships with multi-sectoral community partners and influencers to help promote and advance the mission of Brown County United Way. 

Primary Responsibilities
  • As part of a team, assist in the identification, development and implementation of strategies, solutions, and the investment of resources (e.g., funding, staff, volunteer time, in-kind support, etc.) relating to the Impact Framework, with a particular focus on Program Investment and 2-1-1.
  • Manage Brown County United Way's Program Investment Portfolio.
  • Provide leadership and support for assigned projects within the areas of Impact Initiatives and Advocacy.
  • Manage the Brown County United Way's 2-1-1 program, including but not limited to supervision of 2-1-1 support staff, assurance of database quality and adherence to applicable standards, cultivating and maintaining positive relationships with 2-1-1 colleagues and partners locally and statewide, and serving on relevant 2-1-1 Wisconsin committees. 
  • Develop and maintain a "management system" for assigned volunteer committees and projects: cultivate strategically aligned volunteerism to help support the advancement of organizational goals related to primary areas of responsibility; recruit and train new members; foster consistent engagement; organize learning opportunities, etc. 
  • Utilize qualitative and quantitative data to inform decisions. Research best practices. 
  • Prepare summary reports on grant proposals to aid in decision-making and community reporting.
  • Develop an understanding of needs and issues impacting communities and coordinate resources and partners to respond
  • Provide grant writing assistance to the internal grants team (led by the Vice Presidents of Community Investment and Resource Development): help to identify potential grand opportunities, and contribute relevant content and editing support. 
  • Keep abreast of community developments, attending external events and meetings as applicable, and contributing to collaborative community projects.
  • Monitor and report on teh impact of results relative to primary areas of responsibility. 
  • Perform duties in accordance with Brown County United Way policies and procedures. 
  • Other duties are assigned. 
Minimum Bachelor's Degree in social science, public administration, urban planning or related degree/work expereince. At least four years related work experience preferred. 

Demonstrated understanding of the human services sector. Ability to identify, articulate, and implement programs and strategies related to assigned areas of focus. Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities, be creative, take initiative,a nd adapt to changing conditions and organizational priorities. Ability to work well independently and within an team including staff and volunteers; strong interpersonal skills. Experience working with computer software, such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and/or other similar programs

Ability to present ideas and proposals in a clear, concise, motivational manner both in writing and verbally. Demonstrated experience in convening and facilitating large and small groups, developing work plans, and managing for results. Ability to establish good working relationships with a variety of publics, including staff members, volunteers, community leaders, agencies, etc. Evidence of ability to develop collaborative relationships within the context of addressing a specific issue or concern. 

Reports to the Vice President of Community Investment. Works in partnership with all United Way staff and has relationships with various community agencies, organizations, businesses, and volunteers. 

Opportunity Contact Name: Sarah Inman
Opportunity Contact Email: 
Opportunity Contact Phone: (920) 593-4766


Post Master's Internship for LCSW Training

Wise Mind Mental Health Clinic, LLC is accepting letters of interest and CV's from MSW's looking for clinical supervision for licensure. We are looking for candidates who have coursework, practicum experience, and interest in generalist psychotherapy practice working with adolescents and adults, and possibly children. Wise Mind is a small private practice in Marshfield, with the ability to provide extensive expertise and learning in evidence-based psychotherapy, including CBT, DBT, effective anxiety treatments, and couples' treatment. Practice will be partially based within the local school, the rest in the office. Bright, caring, and motivated people are encouraged to apply. Stipend is negotiable. To learn more about us, visit and you may submit your information to or 601 E 3rd St, Marshfield WI 54449.


Youth Teen & Family Director Opening at YMCA

Under the general guidance of the Branch Executive and with strategic support of the Vice President of Programs and Innovation, the Youth, Teen & Family Director is responsible for developing and delivering impactful and innovative programming to serve kids ages 6 weeks to 14+ years and their families, supporting their physical, social and emotional development. Service to children and families will be relevant to developmental needs, social and economic trends, health trends, and community outreach. The Youth, Teen & Family Director provides overall leadership to the Youth Program Coordinator, Program Staff and Kids Korner team members at assigned center(s) as well as support of the Association's strategic and operational goals in membership, program delivery and community engagement.

We are looking to fill two positions, one for each of the following locations:

  • Ferguson Family
  • East Side

Essential Functions:

  • Develop and implement ongoing youth and family programming via classes, special events, out of school time activities, family engagement opportunities and value added programs.
  • Arrange for community outreach for program development and collaboration. May include schools, community organizations, local vendors/services, etc.
  • Provide direction and leadership for Kids Korner member service, staff and operations.
  • Hire, onboard, train, develop, engage and retain Program Staff, Kids Korner team members, and the Youth Program Coordinator. Support the Youth Program Coordinator in their work delivering quality Gymnastics, Dance and Youth Sports programs.
  • Develop, monitor and control the program budgets associated with assigned centers and departments. Consistently meet program and financial goals and implement formal processes to ensure high quality and accurate measures.
  • In the event of an emergency, serve as a first responder; responding, reporting, and preventing.
  • Serve as cause driven leader on duty on a coverage rotation, ensuring the security, safety, cleanliness of building as well as supporting staff and members in all areas of the building.
  • Cultivate relationships and lead teams to support and participate in the annual giving campaign.
  • Support fundraising initiatives.
  • Bachelor's degree in related field with at least 2 years related experience required or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Requires experience and practical knowledge of youth, teen, and family programming.
  • Skills in volunteer development, staff leadership, public relations, program administration, budgeting, income production, and expense control are required.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills required.
  • Participation in Listen First and tour training is required within the first nine months.
  • CPR and First Aid certifications are required within the first 60 days of employment.
  • Strong administrative, organizational, math, and computer skills with attention to detail required.
  • Ability to prioritize workloads to meeting timelines and maintain confidentiality of records required.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule that includes weekends and evenings required.
  • Excellent telephone, face to face, and written communication skills tailored to the appropriate audience.
Opportunity Contact: Yeng Xiong at


Prevea Health is Seeking Behavioral Care Therapists

Prevea Health is currently seeking Behavioral Care Therapists for the following sites:

  • East De Pere (req 19-278, 19-277, 19-276)
  • East De Pere Training License Therapist (req 19-279)
  • Eau Claire (req 19-298)
  • Ladysmith (req 18-478)
  • Sheboygan (req 19-319)

General Job Description and Essential Functions:
Brief Description of Job Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with all Prevea providers to manage patients or families regarding prevention, early identification, and treatment of mental or emotional problems.
  • Assess and manage patients referred to Behavioral Care to facilitate access to appropriate services.
  • Provide ongoing direct psychotherapy and family therapy.
  • Involvement in education and consultation programs for the community and Prevea employees.
  • Participation in the development and implementation of programming.
  • Master's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Psychiatric Nursing, Marriage and Family Therapy or related field.
  • WI licensed as a psychologist, clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist, professional counselor, or psychiatric nurse.
  • Knowledge of community resources.
  • Experience working with low-income clients.
  • Medicaid outpatient certification.
Non-Essential Duties: Other duties as assigned or requested by Supervisor within scope of practice.

Typical Working Conditions:
Office setting, well lighted and ventilated, adequate space.

Typical Physical Demands:
Sedentary position with prolonged sitting. Occasional stress from multiple projects. Requires full range of hearing and vision correctable to 20/30. Requires fine manual dexterity and eye/hand coordination for use of computer and other office equipment. Required to work under stressful conditions. May be exposed to communicable diseases and bodily fluids.

For more information or to apply, please visit

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living is Hiring

Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living is looking for new team members to join our diverse group of professionals - we are now interviewing for Case Manager, Case Coordinator, Special Education Teacher and Client Advocate positions. More information about each position can be found at visiting This is the opportunity you've been looking for to make a difference in the life of a child. Interested?

Please submit resume and cover letters to We can't wait to meet you!

Opportunity Contact: Annah Dugan at



Goodwill NCW Open Positions

Join our Ashwaubenon Goodwill family as a Donation Attendant or Sales Associate.

Goodwill NCW is a leader in the Goodwill movement, consistently placing within the top 15% of Goodwills across the United States and Canada.

We are engaged, and we are passionate. The work we do is part of a bigger picture where we are dedicated to achieving our mission of Elevating People by Eliminating Barriers to Employment. Discover the difference you can make for yourself and your community.

Opportunity Contact: Kendl Behling at


Winnebago Mental Health Institute is Hiring LTEs and Contract Social Workers

Winnebago Mental Health Institute in Oshkosh is hiring Limited Term Employees (LTEs) and Contract social workers for immediate start in running treatment groups. Only requirement is LTEs and Contract social workers must be licensed (CSW, CAPSW, or LCSW). If interested or would like more information, please contact Carol Thomas, Social Services Director, at


Door County Medical Center is Seeking a Licensed Clinical Social Worker-Clinic Services

Sturgeon Bay, WI 

Door County Medical Center, a critical access facility in northeast Wisconsin, has served the health care needs of the Sturgeon Bay/Door County area since 1943. The medical center offers a full range of acute care services and specialties, as well as a skilled nursing facility for long-term care and rehabilitation services. Key services and facilities include clinic services, cardiac rehabilitation, a cancer/radiation oncology treatment center, comprehensive diagnostics, physical, occupational and speech therapy centers, respiratory care/rehab/sleep disorders center, a new outpatient surgical center, emergency/urgent care services, and new units for medical/surgical care, ICU and the birthing center.

The Licensed Clinical Social Worker provides therapy for individuals experiencing mental health disorders consistent with diagnoses listed in the most current DSM. Services may be provided in the main clinic and the school branch office in context of individual, couples, group or family interactions based on the assessment of patient needs. Generally services are by appointment by emergency triaging and disposition is provided as necessary. The therapist adheres to the highest standard of ethical behavior and patient confidentiality. During the course of treatment planning and coordination, the therapist may interact with one or more community agencies, law enforcement organization, and other health care professionals. Maintenance of patient records include timely and accurate documentation of all services rendered is required. Participation in clinical collaboration is mandated by state administrative rule.

Education Required: Master's degree in Social Work is required. Licensed as a Clinical Social Worker in the state of Wisconsin is required.

Related Years of Experience Required: Completion of 3,000 hours post graduate degree in supervised clinical services and certified/licensed in the state of Wisconsin required.

  • Completion of 3,000 hours of supervised clinical experience in direct psychotherapeutic services to individual, families, couples and groups. Training and experience with children and family systems is preferred.
  • Capable of working 8 plus consecutive hours, demonstrate ability to function under stress and rapidly changing conditions. Demonstrates the ability to perform triaging and crisis intervention.
Credential/Licensure Required: Clinical Social Work license, Driver's license, CPR.

Shift: Working 40 hours a week.
To apply click here


University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics is Hiring Social Workers

University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics - recognized as one of the best hospitals in the United States - is Iowa's only comprehensive academic medical center and a regional referral center. Each day more than 12,000 employees, students, and volunteers work together to provide safe, quality health care and excellent service for our patients. Simply stated, our mission is: Changing Medicine. Changing Lives.®

We currently have opportunities for Social Workers in several areas of the hospital, including but not limited to oncology, pediatric, and neurological settings.

For more information on positions or specific opportunities, please contact Erin Curry or Anna Hernandez. To submit your application via our website, go to, click on "Search for Your Opportunity" and "Patient Care Providers," and type "Social Work" into the search bar.

We encourage applicants to apply for several positions when possible. This allows us to help each candidate find the role that best fits their qualifications and overall career goals.

We appreciate your interest in University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics as an employer.
Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.

Erin Curry
Admin Services Coordinator | Care Coordination Division
University of Iowa Healthcare | 200 Hawkins Dr, C124 GH | Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-384-8417 | Fax: 319-356-0077

Anna M. Hernandez, BAS, PHR, SHRM-CP
Administrative Services Specialist | Care Coordination Division
University of Iowa Health Care 200 Hawkins Dr, C124 GH | Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319-467-5368 | Fax: 319-356-0077

Adult Day Programs at Curative Connections are Hiring!

Join our Adult Day Programs Team where you will partner with our clients as they engage in daily activities! Positions include: Activity Leader and Program Assistant. No nights or weekends! Please visit our website for more information or to apply:

Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems is Hiring a Clinical Care Manager

Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems is hiring a Clinical Care Manager. The primary responsibilities will be doing intakes and individual/group therapy. Provides assessments, diagnosis, treatment, and care management services to individuals and groups relating to mental illness and or emotional problems in a community based treatment setting.

Education, Certificates, and/or Experience:

  • Minimum of a Master's Degree in Social Work, Psychology or Counseling, with Licensure in the State of Michigan as a Limited Licensed Master's Social Worker, Licensed Master's Social Worker, Temporary Limited Licensed Psychologist, Limited Licensed Psychologist, Temporary Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Professional Counselor. Must obtain full clinical licensure (i.e., LMSW, LLP or LPC) within 6 months of being eligible for such licensure.
  • Must meet qualifications to maintain licensure regulated by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulation and NBHS's credentialing criteria.
  • Must have a valid driver's license.
For more information or to apply, visit Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems at


Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems is Hiring a Care Manager-Office Based

Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems is hiring a Care Manager-Office Based. Care management provides community based social work assistance to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and/or serious mental illness. Programs are designed to meet the needs of special populations. Care managers collaborate with an interdisciplinary treatment team in assessment, diagnosis and person-centered planning by performing the following duties.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinates an ongoing assessment process to identify individual's strengths, abilities, disabilities, and needs based upon the utilization of diagnostic, evaluative, and progress reports.
  • Assists the individual in setting up medication and/or providing "eyes on" medication compliance monitoring.
  • Utilizes person-centered planning practices in delivery of services to individuals.
  • Develops and individual plan of service with provision for linkages to other services based on the needs of the individual including residential, day program, rehabilitative services, DHHS, Social Security, etc.
  • Facilitates all treatment team meetings and assumes the final responsibility for organization and implementation of the individual plan of service.
  • Provides an ongoing process of treatment monitoring of services being delivered to an individual, assessing whether they are adequate for the needs of the individual and plan of service. This includes assessment of clinical outcome and individual satisfaction.
  • Links individual and individual's family to other community resources.
  • Conducts case transfers and case terminations in accrodance with NBHS policy and procedure. Complies with the policies/procedures of the agency.
  • Prepares for the Behavior Management Committee and participates in the Committee as needed on a case-by-case basis.
  • Provides educational services to individuals, family members, guardians, and staff about intellectual/developmental disabilities, mental illness, specific treatment issues and recovery.
  • Provides advocacy for the individual to ensure needs are addressed and rights are protected.
  • Conducts emergency assessment and triage of psychiatric emergencies either in person or on telephone. Provides emergency services on a rotating basis with other staff. Develops an individual safety plan of service with provisions for linkages to other services based on the on the needs of the individual.
  • Coordinates voluntary and involuntary hospitalizations; works with Probate Court.
  • Completes and maintains accurate, timely required documentation per NBHS documentation policies/procedures as verified through electronic monitoring; chart audits and applicable ELMER reports (insigned documents, progress note timeliness, late IPOS, etc.). Completes documentation tasks electronically whenever possible (ex: capturing electronic signatures, etc.).
  • Care management service provision will coincide with current agency guidelines for minimum service provision at the applicable amount (FT-100%; PT-50%; SPT-25%).
Additional Duties for care managers that also act as a social service worker for a child-placing agency:
  • Places and supervises children in foster care, adoptive homes, or independent living. Works directly with the children, their families, and other relevant individuals.
  • Develops, implements, and reviews the service plans for the children and their families.
  • Assesses and certifies private family homes for licensure and supervises the homes.
  • Conducts adoptive evaluations of private family homes for adoptive placements.
Education, Certificates and/or Experience
  • Bachelor's degree in social work (BSW) or from an accredited college or university or nursing degree that meets the requirements for licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan.
  • Michigan Licensure as a Limited Licensed Bachelor's Social Worker or Licensed Bachelor's Social Worker or Registered Nurse. For Social Workers, must obtain full licensure (i.e., LBSW) within 6 months of being eligible for such licensure.
  • In lieu of the above, Bachelor's degree in a human service field with specialized training or one year of experience in treating or working with a person who has mental illness or intellectual/developmental disability, and performed in the role of a QMHP or QIDP prior to January 1, 2008.
  • Must meet the state qualifications to become a QMHP, QIDP, and CMHP.
  • Must have a valid driver's license.
For more information or to apply, visit Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems at


Golden House is looking for qualified people to join our team.

Golden House provides safety and support to victims of domestic abuse while leading community efforts to end domestic violence.

Golden House is interested in candidates for employment who:
Understand the importance of advocating and empowering domestic violence victims.
Value being part of a mission driven team.
Enjoy a fast-paced and supportive environment.

With Golden House, employees are offered:
Competitive wages that recognize education achievement.
Benefits including: Flexible schedule, Generous paid time off, Health, Dental, Vision and Life insurance, Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

Golden House is currently looking for the following:

  • Victim Advocate
  • Overnight Victim Advocate
For a full position description and to apply online, please visit our website:


Innovative Services Inc. is Hiring

Innovative Services Inc, is now hiring Part Time and Full Time caregivers on all shifts! If interested please apply on our website, or stop in at our office at 2960 Allied St, Green Bay, WI to fill out an application in person!

For more information and available positions, click here



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.