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Ongoing Opportunity

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.


School District of Marshfield has two Openings

The School District of Marshfield is hiring a Music Teacher (K-8) and a School Social Worker. For more details, please visit the School District of Marshfield website at: www.marshfieldschools.org/employment.

District Highlights:

  • Dedicated and student-focused staff
  • Job-embedded professional development focusing on the social, emotional, and learning needs of students for all staff members.
  • Extensive curricular and co-curricular programming
  • Community support and partnerships with local business and volunteers
  • State of the art Athletics Facilities, opening soon!


St. John's Job Openings: Case Manager and Seasonal Shelter Positions

Join the St. John's family! St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter, Inc. is currently recruiting for multiple positions, both year-round and seasonal.

Case Manager (2 positions):
Case Managers work in close collaboration with other case managers to coordinate supportive, appropriate community services for guests in a manner that helps them move forward in their lives. Case Management is offered at all three of St. John's locations; Shelter, Micah Center and Wellspring. (Full-time, year-round with full benefits package)

Part-time/Seasonal Shelter Positions (multiple):
St. John's is a seasonal, overnight shelter for homeless adults. Consider being part of our shelter staff Nov. 1 - April 30. Shelter is open 5 p.m. to 9 a.m., and staff can work flexible schedules.

  • Safety Staff
  • Support Staff
  • Team Leads
To apply, complete an online application. Go to: https://www.stjohnhomelessshelter.org/jobs
 


Personal Care Worker/Respite Worker $10-$12/hr; Paid Travel

We are looking for caregivers for our disabled son, Max. We'd like to fill 1-3 shifts/week (typically 4-hour shifts from late afternoon to early evening on weekdays and 2 weekend morning shifts per month). Aspects of care include assisting with meals, dressing, grooming, bathing, toileting, range of motion exercises, and leisure activities. Some type of caregiving experience (babysitting or other) is required, and choking/CPR training preferred, but all necessary training will be provided.

Max is 19-years-old and has a developmental and physical disability. He's nonverbal and needs assistance with just about everything, but he's also very social and (often) charming. Lots of training and support will be given until new caregivers are comfortable, and since we are often home during shifts, it's not an isolated work environment. Most of our caregivers find it to be a rewarding job and stay on with us until they leave college for the next step in their careers.

Pay is $10-$12/hour; travel to and from our Suamico home is paid at minimum wage.

If interested, please call AmyJo at 920-362-1365 or email at amyjobarhite@gmail.com.


Menominee County, WI is Hiring a Treasurer

The Menominee County Board of Supervisors is soliciting letters of interest from any resident of Menominee County to fill the unexpired term of the Treasurer. The current four year term expires on December 31, 2020, after which the general election held on November 3, 2020, will determine the successor to this office.

The Treasurer's duties include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) appointing one or more deputies; (2) receipting and depositing all money, and keeping daily balances of bank accounts; (3) maintaining a record of all paid and delinquent taxes; (4) furnishing complete and balanced tax settlement sheets to the Department of Revenue by March 15; (5) settling with all taxing jurisdictions in August for all taxes collected and uncollected; (6) maintaining all tax records in the county, print assessment rolls and tax rolls; (7) maintaining current lottery credit file, seeking all eligible taxpayers; (8) certifying and maintaining lottery credit files on real and personal property; (9) issuing tax certificate to parcels with unpaid taxes September 1 each year; (10) preparing and mailing delinquent tax notices; and (11) performing treasurer responsibilities for the Town of Menominee.

The Treasurer position is a part-time, salaried position budgeted for 24 hours a week at a rate of $19.23 per hour ($23,999 annually). The position is eligible to receive or enroll in Wisconsin Retirement System, dental coverage, short and long-term disability, and life insurance; it is not entitled to receive healthcare coverage. The Deputy Treasurer position is currently filled. Off-site and on-site training will be provided. The office is located at the Menominee County Courthouse (top floor).

If you are interested in the position and you physically reside in Menominee County, you are encouraged to mail or deliver a signed letter of interest and your current resume no later than Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. to:

Menominee County
Attn: Administrative Coordinator
P.O. Box 279
Keshena, WI 54135

The signed letters of interest and resume should collectively speak to the individual's knowledge, skills and abilities he or she would bring to the position, as well as their willingness to puruse election to the office. The Menominee County Board of Supervisors will review all letters of interest and resumes at its Thursday, August 22, 2019, 5:00 p.m. board meeting. Interested candidates are urged to attend that board meeting to answer any questions the County Board might have. The County Board will make its appointment at the August 22, 2019 meeting, or it may schedule follow-up interviews with interested candidates.
 

Menominee County, WI is Seeking a Register of Deeds

The Menominee County Board of Supervisors is soliciting letters of interest from any resident of Menominee County to fill the unexpired term of the Register of Deeds. The current four year term expires on December 31, 2020, after which the general election held on November 3, 2020, will determine the successor to this office.

The Register of Deeds duties include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) appointing one or more deputies; (2) reviewing, recording (file as appropriate), scanning, e-recording and maintaining all documents authorized by law to be recorded in the office of the register of deeds; (3) preparing documents for indexing, imaging and e-recording; (4) registering, indexing and filing all marriages, deaths and births occurring in the county; (5) making and delivering to any person, on demand and upon payment of proper fees, certified and uncertified copies of official office records; (6) recording plats, articles of incorporation, firm names and related documents as authorized to be recorded; (7) filing, indexing and maintaining military discharges; (8) filing and indexing documents pertaining to security interests in real property, crops or fixtures according to the provisions in Wis. Stat. §§409.501 to 409.528; (9) recording and indexing marital property agreements and related instruments as per Wis. Stat. §766.58(11); and (10) recording all conveyances of mineral rights per Wis. Stat. §706.057(7).

The Register of Deeds position is a part-time, salaried position budgeted for 24 hours a week at a rate of $19.23 per hour ($23,999 annually). The position is eligible to receive or enroll in Wisconsin Retirement System, dental coverage, short and long-term disability, and life insurance; it is not entitled to receive healthcare coverage. The Deputy Register of Deeds position, which is also currently vacant, is budgeted at 24 hours per week at a rate of $15.45 per hour. Off-site and on-site training will be provided to the Register of Deeds. The office is located at the Menominee County Courthouse (top floor).

If you are interested in the position and you physically reside in Menominee County, you are encouraged to mail or deliver a signed letter of interest and your current resume no later than Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. to:

Menominee County
Attn: Administrative Coordinator
P.O. Box 279
Keshena, WI 54135

The signed letters of interest and resume should collectively speak to the individual's knowledge, skills and abilities he or she would bring to the position, as well as their willingness to puruse election to the office. The Menominee County Board of Supervisors will review all letters of interest and resumes at its Thursday, August 22, 2019, 5:00 p.m. board meeting. Interested candidates are urged to attend that board meeting to answer any questions the County Board might have. The County Board will nominate the top three candidates to the Governor of the State of Wisconsin, who in turn will make his appointment based on (a) the County Board's nomination and (b) his review of an application nominees will be required to submit to the Governor's Office.
 

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 kbehling@goodwillncw.org

 

Mediation Center of Greater Green Bay Position Available: Small Claims Program Manager

Mediation Center accepting applications for part-time Program Manager of small-claims mediation program. Primary function is to administer the program with volunteer mediators, including proof-reading mediated agreements, coordinating cases with the Circuit Court, and directing mediation sessions every Tuesday afternoon in the courthouse. Selected applicant will be trained as a mediator. Position also includes helping to organize the annual fundraiser, performing general office duties and assisting with preparation for and facilitation of mediation training classes. 25 hours/week (including some Tuesday evenings). Rate of pay commensurate with education and experience. Experience in the legal field preferred. Previous mediation training helpful. Position will remain open until filled. The Mediation Center is a non-profit resource for conflict resolution and does not discriminate in its hiring process.

Opportunity Contact Name: Amy Kocha at amy@mediationggb.org /(920) 438-7067.

 

Catholic Charities is Seeking a School Based Case Manager for Beaver Dam, WI

Who are we?
Since 1920, our culture at Catholic Charities has been defined by our mission to "provide service to those in need, to advocate for justice and to call upon others to do the same." We provide several social services that focus on serving the poor, vulnerable, and marginalized in communities across the 10 counties of Southeastern Wisconsin.

A career at Catholic Charities blends social service with professional advancement. Our staff is made up of a diverse group of individuals who are committed to serving clients of all faiths and backgrounds.
We are a proud recipient of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces award, for 2016, 2017 and 2018.

What is the purpose of our Behavioral Health Services?
At Catholic Charities, our Behavioral Health Services serve the mental health needs of the poor and underserved. Our team of therapists help individuals, couples, and families overcome emotional distress and trauma. We recognize the added challenges of people living in poverty and accept patients who do not have any means to pay, as well as those with limited resources, on a sliding fee scale adjusted to an individual's or family's size and financial situation. Additionally, third party insurance payers, Medicare and Medicaid are accepted.

What will I do as a School Based Case Manager?
In order to help students function effectively in their school environment, the School-Based Case Manager will triage issues with students and families as well as provide support services to explore, problem solve, and resolve issues. You will partner with school administrators and teachers to develop and implement plans that provide specialized support for select students throughout the course of the school year. As an advocate for the client, the Case Manager will help the student and their families obtain available resources within Catholic Charities and/or the community.

Why should I apply?
This is both a rewarding and challenging opportunity for a confident, autonomous self-starter, who has a passion for helping those most in need, to overcome a variety of challenges to meet their goals.

Benefits within this position include: ongoing training and accreditation, competitive Health, Dental, and Vision insurance, Paid Time Off, Holidays, and 403(b) plan with company matching and contribution.

What are the requirements?
Candidates are required to have a bachelor's degree in Social Work, or related field required, such as: Human Development and Family Studies, Human Services, or Sociology. Prior experience at a not-for-profit agency or school-based setting preferred. Two years of previous experience providing social services to students, individuals, and families is a plus.

Can submit resumes to humanresources@ccmke.org or apply here.

 


Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin-Americorps Street Outreach Worker (Part-time)

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.

Our Open Door Youth Services program is seeking a Street Outreach Worker. This position requires a self-motivated, independent, creative, and energetic person to provide street outreach and public education for youth in crisis. This is a part-time position in Brown County working approximately 17.5 hours per week. This is an ideal position for college students interested in gaining experience working with youth, local school districts and other community organizations.

Through AmeriCorps, this part-time position receives a total living allowance of $7,408 ($308.66 semi-monthly) and an education award of $3,047.50 to be applied to current student loans or classes. AmeriCorps term is one year, with the possibility of one additional year, and begins on 9/1/209.

Candidates must be available at least two full days during the week and also willing to provide services on evenings and weekends as needed. Candidates should be excited to interact with teens, and be confident working independently in the community. A valid driver's license and reliable transportation are required for this position.

To apply, visit www.familyservicesnew.org/careers

Opportunity Contact: Tracy Gillespie at tgillespie@familyservicesnew.org


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 Carol.Thomas@dhs.wisconsin.gov.


The Volunteer Center of Brown County is Searching for full-time AmeriCorps Member!

September 10, 2019 - August 31, 2020 (End date is negotiable)


MCHS Volunteer Wisconsin AmeriCorps

Position Description:
As a member of the Volunteer Center of Brown County team, the individual will have the ability to create capacity building measures by working to place volunteers with various nonprofit partners, work extensively with our social media outlets, attend volunteer fairs to spread the word about volunteer opportunities, and work with staff to coordinate our annual Make a Difference Day event.

About the Volunteer Center of Brown County:
The Volunteer Center of Brown County is a nonprofit organization creating a stronger community by engaging volunteers to support nonprofit partners. We believe the strength of a community is directly related to its volunteers. Each year, we match thousands of volunteers with hundreds of local nonprofit partners to best utilize time and talent.

Benefits:

  • $538.15 (gross before taxes) bi-weekly payroll for term of service
  • Gain valuable skills and leadership training, along with building future references and qualifications
  • Eligible to receive a basic healthcare, eye and dental insurance plan (premium paid by Marshfield Clinic Health Systems), which covers the member.
  • Childcare assistance (if qualified)
  • $6,095 education award upon successful completion of term of service
  • Forbearance on qualified student loans and interest accrual payments while serving (taxable)
Orientation and Training (expenses covered):
  • September 10-13, 2019 and January 8-10, 2020 (tentative)
For more information, visit: bit.ly/2WqjJ1f

Interested in applying?
Please send your resume to Eric Sponholtz, Executive Director, at eric.sponholtz@volunteergb.org.

You can also request more information by calling 920-429-9445.

 

Villa Hope Inc., CSP Hiring Mental Health Technicians

Villa Hope Inc. - Community Support Program, Green Bay has openings for 2 Part Time Mental Health Technicians.

This position offers great experience for students in Psychology, Social Work, Nursing or Education programs. The Mental Health Technician (home care - mental health worker) is employed on the basis of personal aptitude and must be able to understand the various dimensions of mental illness. Training is provided. Education and experience working with individuals with mental health issues preferred, but not necessary.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Monitor clients taking medications in their homes.
  • Assist clients in learning independent community living skills in the areas of grocery shopping and cleaning.
  • Assist the client in participating fully in community life though a variety of social and recreational activities.
  • Accompany clients to acquire services, facilitate communication and report back to case manager.
  • Monitor/observe clients' medication adherence.
  • Participate in agency orientation and training.
  • Maintain accurate records as instructed by the CSP Direct and Clinical Coordinator regarding any changes in the client's status.
  • Work within a flexible schedule as required.
Minimum Requirements:
  • High School Diploma/GED Equivalent Required
  • Villa Hope will provide training to meet requirements of position. Position is primarily weekends with ability to fill in on occasional week days. There is week day training initially at hire. Typical schedule once trained is every other weekend and several holidays per year.
  • Interest in Human Services/Mental Health. Must possess good interpersonal skills and enjoy working with others. Must have valid Wisconsin Driver's License, good driving record and be able to drive company vehicles.
  • 18 or older required
  • Background check required
Benefits and Pay:
  • $12.00 - $14.00 per hour
  • Part Time Weekend Shift
  • Every other weekend (18-20 hours per weekend) and several holidays per year.
  • Regular hours are 7:15am - 5:15pm and assigned holidays. Holidays are paid at double time.
  • Paid training
  • Simple IRA retirement plan if eligibility requirements are met
  • Company vehicle for use when on duty.
Villa Hope, Inc. Community Support Program, with the support and direction of Brown County Human Services (BCHS) operates a Community Support Program (CSP) for people with severe and persistent mental illness.

The program is designed with the belief that consistent and active support, and interactions that encourage self-sufficiency and independence will aid individuals in remaining within the community setting.

The program offers the needed support that enables each participant to achieve the maximum potential for independence. The purpose of the program is to increase the level of independent functioning and reduce the frequency and duration of psychiatric hospitalizations through the coordination of service delivery.

How to Apply (Email or Mail):
Email a Resume to: mtoonen@villahopecsp.com

Mail Resume to:
Villa Hope, Inc. CSP,
Mollie Toonen, Clinical Coordinator
1100 Guns Rd, Green Bay, WI 54311
 


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

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. Demosntrates 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.
 

 

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 jobs.uiowa.edu, 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: www.curativeconnections.org
 


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 https://www.nbhs.org/jobs-2/.


 

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 https://www.nbhs.org/jobs-2/.


 

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:

  • Primary Advocate
  • Overnight Advocate
  • Community Engagement Coordinator
For a full position description and to apply online, please visit our website: https://www.goldenhousegb.org/about-us/employment/

 

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

 

NASW Jobs

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