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Ongoing Opportunity

Menominee County is Seeking Letters of Interest from Residents Interested in Serving on the Menominee County/Town Board of Supervisors

Menominee County is currently seeking letters of interest from residents of the Neopit voting district, Ward 2, to fill one vacancy on the Menominee County/Town Board of Supervisors. The vacancy will run for the remainder of the 2019-2020 term, which expires on Monday, April 19, 2021. Any interested resident from other wards in Menominee County are welcome to submit a letter of interest and will be considered in the event no letters of interest are received from Ward 2.

If you are interested please send a letter of interest no later than April 22 @ 12:00 p.m. to:
Mr. Jeremy Weso
Menominee County Administrator Coordinator
Menominee County Courthouse
PO Box 279
Keshena, WI 54135

The Menominee County Board of Supervisors will appoint a new member from among those submitting letters of interest at the April board meeting on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 10 am. Due to the temporary lock down of the County buildings any person seeking appointment to the Board can partake in the Board meeting by dialing in. Please include your phone number on your letter of interest and you will be notified with directions prior to the meeting.

We All Rise: African American Resource Center is seeking a Housing Intern for Summer or Fall 2020

About We All Rise: AARC (African American Resource Center):
We All Rise: AARC is a nonprofit organization that provides holistic healing services. We work directly
with clients in assisting with emotional support, mental health services, housing, transportation, victim
health services, employment, family support, and community connectedness to name just a few. For
more information about We All Rise: AARC go to: www.weallriseaarc.org
Internship Responsibilities:
Interns will learn more about the operations of nonprofit organizations and will work closely with
experienced professional staff. Intern(s) will gain skills in advocacy, communication, operational
logistics, and so much more.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Housing Intern(s) will work: 1) create tracking for a housing
waiting list, 2) work with clients to achieve housing goals; 3) network and build relationships with
landlords in the Brown County area; 4) create housing resource lists and guide 5) continually track and
maintain housing lists and options.

Skills Required:

  • Organized with strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to conduct dignified interactions with clients and staff.
  • Lists and guide management experience.
  • Independently motivated and enjoy working with people.
  • Interns will work from the We All Rise AARC office, located at 529 South Jefferson, Suite 10, Green Bay WI 54301. Some tasks of the internship could be completed remotely.
  • Interns may earn 2-4 course credits (typically, students earn 1 credit for every 3-4 hours worked per week). The position is unpaid. Internships not for class credit also available upon request.
  • Interns are responsible for finding a faculty sponsor and meeting all internship requirements of the college or university. To Apply Please send a letter of interest and resume to Robin Tinnon at robin@weallriseaarc.org Call 920-785-9115 with any questions. Deadline Positions are Limited. Early Applications will be given preference.

Menominee County is Hiring for multiple Social Work Positions

CST Project/Service CoordinatorThis position will design, oversee, and coordinate the implementation of the Coordinated Service Team (CST); wraparound initiatives and the integration of these initiatives into other agency mental health, substance abuse and Human Service Programs by guiding the Agency through the implementation of CST, including project data collection, evaluation, and the manner in which services are performed.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Associate Degree or Bachelor's Degree in Social work or related Human Services/behavioral science field from an accredited College or University.
  • Direct job experience working with Human Services Programs, Child Welfare Services, Child Abuse/Neglect, and Youth Services;
  • Direct job experience, education, or training in working with children, youth, families, and/or wraparound services preferred (Chapter 46.56).
  • Experience in working with computers and data entry, preferred.
  • Possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and access to an owned, insured dependable vehicle and provide evidence of meeting such requirements.
  • Must be available to respond to crisis and outreach at various locations county wide and available to work flexible hours as needed to support programs, events and complete tasks/projects as assigned
  • Must possess and maintain a personal/home telephone.
  • Proof of any education, training or experience is required.

The University of Iowa is hiring multiple Social Workers for their Care Coordination Division 

The Care Coordination Division is currently seeking new clinical social work and nursing case management staff members who have a passion for patient care to work at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Our current openings are across several units of the adult inpatient and outpatient settings and include room to grow and expand scope of practice.
We know word of mouth is powerful when it comes to recruitment. Additionally, the Division places a high priority on advanc-ing the University of Iowa’s goals to recruit and retain underrepresented U.S. racial/ethic minority (URM) staff. This important responsibility is shared by everyone in the Division.
For these reasons, we invite you to review the active posting(s) listed below. If you know of anyone who may be interested in these openings or you believe one of these positions could be a great step in their professional plan, please share these opportunities. If you believe one of our openings fits your experience and career goals within the University, please apply online. Questions about these positions or working for the Care Coordination Division can be directed to Anna Hernandez, Administrative Services Specialist, (anna-hernandez@uiowa.edu or 319-467-5368) and Erin Curry, Administrative Services Coordinator, (erin-curry@uiowa.edu or 319-384-8417).

Positions currently posted within the Care Coordination Division include:

Social Worker III—Medical Surgical
Social Worker III—Pediatrics
Social Worker III—Emergency Department (Part-Time)
Social Work Specialist I—Accountable Care Organizations

PATH of Door County is Hiring for Summer Only

Promoting Access to Help for Families (PATH) For Families with Special Needs and Autism Support of Door County.
Our Organization:
We are a Non-profit organization that provides services to families and their children with special needs. Our mission is to offer experiences that enrich the lives of individuals with disabilities. We are fourteen plus ears in the making and continue to enrich ways we support our families in and around Door County.

The Position(s): Summer Only (Projected: June 22nd thru August 14th)
Currently we are looking for individuals that work weel with diversity among young people including understanding and patience for the challenges that impact our participants with special needs. This is a summer employment opportunity that runs for 8 weeks. We are in operation a minimum of three days with potential to grow to five days a week. (Week days only). (Hours range between 18 to 30 pending on enrollment)


18 years or older
Available to work the eight weeks consistently
Desire to work with individuals with special needs
Able to work with others in a variety of settings


  1. Complete tasks as directed by Lead personnel
  2. Flexible in types of disabilities you can work with.
  3. Able to toilet individuals if needed
  4. Patience and caring nature
  5. Good communicator
PATH Building
340 Jaycee Court
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235

For more information or to express interest in applying please contact
Deb Doyle
Email: debdoyle8@icloud.com

Freedom House is Hiring a Director of Programming

POSITION SUMMARY: THe Director of Programming manages the programming and case management processes of the shelter and transitional living programs. This includes responsibility for all aspects of case management, skills training programs, youth programming and relationships with outside providers of medical and mental health services. This position requires strong knowledge of human services programming and case management processes, as well as strong statistical and computer skills. This position position reports to the President.


  • Supervise programming and case management team, including staff and volunteers. Provide direct case management as needed.
  • Manage capacity of the shelter, including coordinating the intake procedure and waiting list, along with the Vice President.
  • Responsible for development of youth programming and aftercare program.
  • Responsible for all data entry on Homeless Management Information System. Ensure accurate monthly reporting of clients served.
  • Coordinate with area partners to ensure our residents' needs are met and respond to their requests for space/technology requirements (NEW Community Clinic, Foundations for Mental Health, Financial Planning Volunteers, UW_Extension, Boys & Girls Club).
  • Coordinate with area school districts on bussing/logistics, enrollment and attendance.
  • Represent Freedom House at community meetings as needed.
  • Ensure compliance with government grants requirements, along with the President.
  • Participate in rotating shelter coverage schedule and weekend manager on call schedule.
  • Master's degree in social work and experience in case management, programming and leadership strongly preferred; minimum of bachelor's degree with relevant work experience required.
  • Strong computer skills (Word, Excel, Google Drive) and ability to learn new programs.
  • Ability to maintain clear personal and professional boundaries.
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a constantly changing and sometimes stressful environment.
  • Team oriented, flexible and willing to help in other areas as needed.
  • Freedom House Ministries is an equal opporunity employer, does not discriminate and is open to all qualified candidates, regardless of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion or national origin. We also willingly comply with laws that govern age discrimination, equal pay and sexual harassment.
We off paid time off and a flexible schedule.

This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
People-oriented -- enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects.
Autonomous/Independent -- enjoys working with little direction.
High stress tolerance -- thrives in a high-pressure environment.

Please click here to apply: https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=freedom%20house&l=Green%20Bay%2C%20WI&vjk=1e9797782e8e6001

Door County Community Foundation is hiring a Paid Summer Intern

The Door County Community Foundation is offering an opportunity for a motivated college student (or high school student that will be a senior this Fall) to learn more about the philanthropic world by working as our Summer Intern. It’s ideal for anyone interested in pursuing a career in non-profit organizations, human services, or government.
This internship opportunity is designed to provide a young person an invaluable educational experience while still performing real work tasks for the Community Foundation.
We try to set aside approximately 1 of every 5 of work hours purely as “learning time” for the intern. During that period, the intern is invited to sit in on meetings with non-profit leaders, observe our internal committee meetings, unofficially participate in the grant evaluation process, and otherwise just shadow the professionals in our office. The other 4 out of every 5 work hours the intern will be doing actual administrative work for the Community Foundation.
You’ll learn more about:
• How foundations evaluate grant applications submitted by non-profit organizations
• The mechanics of the granting process
• Developing relationships with our friends and donors
• How foundations bring people together to accomplish great things for the community
You’ll help us by:
• Contacting charities to update our grantee due diligence files
• Updating and maintaining our donor files
• Assisting with special events, mailings, and other donor related activities
• Performing a myriad of general administrative tasks as needed
• 40 hours per week during your summer break
• Workday is 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with 30 minutes for lunch
• Unpaid time off can be arranged for family vacations, etc.
• $10/hour
• As this is a temporary summer position, no benefits are provided other than copious amounts of free caffeinated beverages
• We will begin reviewing resumes on Monday, April 20 with interviews in the weeks to follow
• Interviews can occur in person or by video conference if you are not in the County
• The position begins when the student is out of school (typically late May for college students and early June for high school seniors) and continues until the student returns to school (August or September)

For more information or to apply, click here

Us 2 Behavioral Health Care is hiring a Full-time Clinical Therapist

Clinical Therapist Job Summary
Us 2 Behavioral Health Care is seeking an innovative, compassionate, and culturally responsive clinical therapist to join our team. Our mission at Us 2 is to increase access and quality of care for ALL without prejudice to one’s culture, socioeconomic status, or financial position. In this role, you will work directly with clients to actively listen to problems and concerns. The clinical therapist will respond in a culturally-sensitive and trauma-informed way. This role requires someone who enjoys working closely with people—not just with clients, but also with other members of our team and partner agencies. This position is a full time, salaried position.
Therapist Duties and Responsibilities
Provide mental health and/or substance abuse counseling to individuals, couples and families.
Conduct assessments and evaluations to determine diagnosis using DSM-5 criteria.
Assist client in identifying treatment goals and develop holistic treatment plan.
Implement various treatment modalities to appropriately address client situations.
Continually assess client situations and progress, tailoring approach to individual client’s needs.
Educate and involve family members, other loved ones, and service providers in the treatment process when necessary.
Record and maintain adequate notes about client visits and contacts. Collect outcome data.
Provide resources and referrals to help client’s meet their needs.
Communicate effectively with referring and partner agencies.
Attend supervision and all agency meetings/trainings.
Maintain the strictest confidentiality of each and every client situation.
Maintain all required licenses and follow ethical code of profession at all times.
Therapist Requirements & Minimum Qualifications

  • Minimum of Master’s in Social Work, Professional Counseling, or similar degree from an accredited program.
  • Currently licensed in Wisconsin as an APSW, LPC-IT, or as a LCSW, LPC or LMFT. Supervision for APSW/LPC-IT completing their 3,000 clinical hours is available.
  • Experience providing culturally sensitive mental health treatment and/or working with diverse populations.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills with the ability to actively listen.
  • Strong relationship-building capabilities with people from diverse backgrounds.
  • A positive, compassionate attitude.
  • A love for learning!
Preferred Qualifications
  • Ability to speak fluently in other languages.
  • Experience working with third party interpreters.
  • Currently licensed in Wisconsin as a LCSW, LPC or LMFT.
  • Experience providing treatment to children.

To Apply
Send cover letter and resume to pierrek@us2behavioralhealthcare.com. Please detail in cover letter your experience and education for working with people from diverse or cross-cultural populations.

Door County is seeking a Youth Support Specialist

General Summary of Position

This position provides a wide range of individualized supports to youth served by the Children and Families division.  Primary responsibilities of the Youth Support Specialist include supervision, coaching, educational support, skill building, and restorative justice programming for juveniles along with general coordination of services with the Children and Families social workers.

This is a part time position working 20-23 hours per week. 
The first round of interviews will tentatively be March 24, 2020.

Essential & General Job Functions

Essential Job Functions 

  1. Provide supervision to youth suspended or expelled from school at the Youth Connection Center or other community settings.
  2. Works collaboratively with assigned social workers, therapists, educators, and community partners to coordinate effective programming for youth.
  3. Provide-community modeling and coaching in positive peer/family relationships skills.
  4. Work with juvenile offenders in an individualized or group manner to take meaningful responsibility for their actions while engaging in competency building activities.
  5. Work with youth, community service coordinator, and community partners to arrange community service opportunities that meet court ordered requirements.
  6. Provide supervision and support of youth as an alternative to detention or shelter care on an as needed basis.
  7. Transport youth to and from Center if necessary. May provide informal mentoring/coaching while transporting. 
  8. Provide youth with opportunities in the arts, career planning, and other creative outlets to promote youth value and healthy community connections.
General Job Functions
  1. Performs other Children and Family services as may be required.
  2. Participates in weekly team meetings to review client-specific progress and needs, supervision issues, and receive division updates.
  3. Strictly follows federal and state laws and regulations, county and departmental policies and procedures in regard to privacy, security and confidentiality of individuals' personal and health information. 

Training, Experience, Knowlege, Skills & Abilites

Training and Experience 

  1. Four (4) year degree in human services, social work, education, or related field preferred.
  2. 2-3 years' experience in social/human services, education, or case management strongly preferred. A combination of related education and work experience may also be considered. 
  3. Current valid Wisconsin driver's license required and access to a reliable standard automobile.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required
  1. Ability to listen carefully, communicate respectfully and engage in conflict resolution and problem solving.
  2. Ability to speak and write clearly.
  3. Ability to plan and work with a partner or independently and organize workload in order to meet deadlines.
  4. Ability to recognize and respect the needs and beliefs of individuals, while demonstrating a consistent approach to engaging clients and offering services to support them.
  5. Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with clients,
  6. co-workers, supervisors, and collateral agencies.
  7. Ability to accept supervision and work collaboratively within the agency and
  8. community.
  9. Ability to demonstrate decision-making skills and prioritize workload with strong organizational skills.
  10. Ability to work under pressure, with stressful situations and challenging people and maintain composure; ability to problem solve and engage in conflict resolution.
  11. Ability to make independent decisions regarding routine matters.
  12. Knowledge of trauma informed care.  
Physical & Working Conditions

Nearly 100% of work time is performed in a large classroom style 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.
Approximately 50% of work is performed seated at a desk, working on a computer keyboard and/or telephone with about 50% 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).
Very frequent face-to-face oral communication with clients, their families and the public. Sitting and standing are required 100% of the time spent on the job. Occasional climbing of stairs.
Work includes driving vehicle to transport clients to and from their homes and other community settings and interacting with and observing actions of clients to assess needs. Occasional pushing of clients in wheel chairs (20-40 lbs.). Frequent writing or typing of case notes.
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.

For more information or to apply click here

Marinette County is seeking a Mental Health Therapist

QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, marriage and family, or counseling field; active WI DSPS License/Certification as a Clinical Social Worker, Professional Counselor or Marriage & Family Therapist within three years of hire; active WI Medical Assistance Provider Number within 90 days of hire; insurance acceptable driver’s license; Qualify under Wisconsin Caregivers Law, Wisconsin Act 27.  Prefer experience with Severely Emotionally Disturbed (SED) children and/or adolescents or seriously persistent mentally ill individuals.

40 hours/week. 
Pay Range - $27.13 - $34.88. 
Benefits Included.
NOTE:  Marinette County HHSD participates in the National Health Service Corps Program for tuition forgiveness.

Mail resumes, including position title, to:
Human Resources Department
1926 Hall Avenue
Marinette, WI 54143


Dane County Human Services is Seeking a bilingual-Spanish Social Worker

Dane County Wisconsin, which includes Madison, is a dynamic and growing community; ranked among the best places in the country to work and live. University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and several other colleges are located around the area. The region offers extensive bike trails, unique locally-owned businesses, safe neighborhoods, environmentally friendly resources, great healthcare, a fantastic music and food scene and exceptional education. For anyone considering relocated, Dane County Human Services is recruiting a bilingual-Spanish social worker in our Children's Long Term Support Program. We are looking for qualified candidates who love working with children with disabilities and their families in community based settings and have obtained either their bachelors and master's degree in social work. Dane County is an absolutely wonderful place for practicing social workers to settle down while allowing for incredible opportunities for professional growth.

To apply, please visit: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/countyofdane/jobs/2617651/social-worker-bilingual-spanish-english-childrens-long-term-support?keywords=social%20worker&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

If you have specific questions about the job, please contact Monica Bear at bear@countyofdane.com.


Catholic Charities is seeking Case Managers

Soon to be graduates and alumni, Catholic charities is recruiting for the following positions:

Family Support Case Manager
Full-time employment
40 hours per week
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience: 0-5 years

Boll Adult Care Concepts, Inc. is Seeking Mental Health Care Manager, PCW, or CNA

We are seeking a Mental Health Care Manager, PCW, or CNA to join our team! You will provide recovery-oriented rehabilitation services in group of individual settings.


  • Coordinate Psychiatric and Medical Care
  • Assist in Medication Compliance
  • Collaborate with treatment team to create, implement and review treatment plans
  • Establish open lines of communication for individuals with mental or emotional issues
  • Offer Activity of Daily Living assistance to individuals with mental health issues
  • Ensure all documentation is completed in an accurate and timely manner
  • Kindness, Patience and Empathy
  • Previous experience in working in mental health or other related fields a plus, but willing to train the right person. Additional Mental Health specific on the job training required
  • Familiarity with community mental health resources
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to build rapport with clients
  • Strong leadership qualities
  • Computer skills in Microsoft Office Word and Excel
  • Valid Wisconsin Driver's License with a good driving record
  • Paid training
  • Great co-workers with a team approach
  • Above average industry wage and merit bonus
  • Healthcare reimbursement
  • Use of company car
Learn more about our program and apply online at: www.BollACC.com

Opportunity contact name: Maria Boll
Opportunity contact information: mariaboll.bacc@gmail.com


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!

Special Events & Communications Coordinator
The Special Events and Communications Coordinator is responsible for the management and coordination of all special events and communications for Golden House. This position develops event plans, sponsorship arrangements and relationships with businesses, individuals and organizations interested in supporting Golden House's events and activities, and leads communications for Golden House. This position will work in coordination on other projects as assigned by the Executive Director, other office staff and volunteers in attracting funding for Golden House.

Operations Manager: The Operations Manager is a full-time position that provides oversight and management of financial, personnel and facility operations. Completes daily, monthly and annual fiscal functions: including processing, reporting, and payroll tasks. Provides support to the Leadership Team for required personnel documentation and procedural tasks.

Victim Advocate: Provide supportive services to victims and their children, including: safety planning, individual and group counseling, resource direction and connection, legal advocacy, and community awareness/prevention.

Overnight Victim Advocate: Provide supportive services to victims and their children, including: safety planning, individual and group counseling, resource direction and connection, and community awareness/prevention.

On Call-Victim Advocate: Provide supportive services to victims and their children, including: safety planning, individual and group counseling, resource direction and connection, legal advocacy, and community awareness/prevention.
Hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and every other Saturday; 9:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.

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: https://www.goldenhousegb.org/about-us/employment/

Opportunity Contact Name: Holli Fisher
Opportunity Contact Email: holli@goldenhousegb.org

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: jobs.horizonhch.com. Or send resume to: Christie.tews@hhch.net.

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.

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, Rebecca.Schoormann@wisconsin.gov
To apply: click here and apply for Job Announcement Code 18-02709

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 www.wisemindclinic.com and you may submit your information to wisemindmhc@gmail.com or 601 E 3rd St, Marshfield WI 54449.


Prevea Health is Seeking Behavioral Care Therapists

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

  • East De Pere (req 19-556)
  • East De Pere Training License Therapist (req 19-279)
  • 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 www.prevea.com/careers.

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, Care Coordinator, Service Specialist and Special Education Teacher. More information about each position can be found at visiting https://advocateswi.com/careers. 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 info@advocateswi.com. We can't wait to meet you!

Opportunity Contact: Annah Dugan at adugan@advocateswi.com


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.
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