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

Job Resources:
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Ongoing Opportunity:

The Department of Children and Families has social worker vacancies in the Division of Safety and Permanence/Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare (BMCW) in Milwaukee and are Continually Recruiting. Click here for more information.

N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation (Two Full Time Openings)

Join the Adult Day Programs Team; where you will partner with our clients as we offer an opportunity to engage with others through meaningful activities and provide assistance as necessary. This is a high-energy job that requires a lot of heart and desire to improve the lives of those we serve. Experience with the aging population and/or persons with disabilities are beneficial. Willingness to commit to our mission is a must! Please visit our website for more information, or email your resume to newapplicant@newcurative.org.

Temporary Social Worker

Social Service Staffing & Recruiting, Inc. is hiring a part time temporary BSW to work at a skilled nursing facility in Marinette, WI. This will be an 8 week temporary assignment that will be 2 - 3 days/ week (Mon-Wed OR Tues-Thurs) starting mid April. Candidate must have a completed BSW, healthcare or geriatric experience and experience with MDS, admissions, discharges and case management. For immediate consideration please send your resume immediately to Rebecca@socialservicestaffing.com or call (925) 566-8855.

Website: http://socialservicestaffing.com
Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/SocialServiceStaffingRecruiting

Family Access Solutions Supervisor and Support Staff (Two Job Openings)

First Job Opening: Supervisor
Family Access Solutions is seeking a supervisor for supervised visits and exchanges Brown County. This is a paid position and applicants must pass a background check, be 18 or older, and have a background in child development and/or human services. Visits/exchanges are supervised for safety only (this is not for parenting). All services are provided on-site. Applicants should have secure boundaries and have a non-judgmental attitude. All training is provided. Hours are from 2-8 hrs/week, are flexible, and are mostly evenings and weekends.
If interested contact Dorothea Carson at 920-743-8819 or by email.
Second Job Opening: Support Staff
Family Access Solutions is seeking support staff for supervised visits and exchanges Brown County. This is a paid position and applicants must pass a background check and be 18 or older. Support staff walks children to and from supervised visits and exchanges and provide backup for supervisory staff.). All services are provided on-site. Applicants should have secure boundaries and have a non-judgmental attitude. All training is provided. Hours are from 2-8 hrs/week, are flexible, and are mostly evenings and weekends.
If interested contact Dorothea Carson at 920-743-8819 or by email.

Home Support Workers Needed

ASPIRO, Inc. has several part-time Home Support Worker positions available. The Home Support Worker works cooperatively with the individual(s) receiving services through the Residential Options Program (ROP), supporting the assigned individual(s) in all areas of Activities of Daily Living including, but not limited to: self-care, housekeeping, money management, shopping, menu planning, meal preparation, laundry, medical/dental and other appointments, transportation, religious opportunities and leisure-time/recreation. Hours range from 5 to 15 hours per week. EOE
If interested, please contact:

Antoinette Anderson, Human Resources/Payroll Manager
Direct 920.593.4350 / Main 920.498.2599 / Fax 920.593.4398
1673 Dousman Street
Green Bay, WI 54303
Email
Website

VISTA Community Garden Coordinator

The West High School Wildcat Community Garden is looking for a summer AmeriCorps*VISTA member to coordinate garden activities. This is an 8 week full-time position with a living stipend of $946 per month, and education award of $1,174.60 which can be used to pay tuition or education loans or a $230 cash stipend at the completion of service. Duties will include oversight of garden operations, garden maintenance (weeding, watering, and harvesting), coordinating a booth at the Farmers’ Market, creating a system to track donations, and teaching a 6 week gardening curriculum to neighborhood children. You do not need to be an expert gardener for this position, but you should want to learn how to garden and have a love of the outdoors.
Please go to the AmeriCorps’ portal (here) to apply.
If you have questions about this position, please contact Margaret Kubek at 492-2750.

Bilingual (English/Spanish) Line Staff – Autism Therapy

More than a job… a professional career where you can help others! Due to tremendous growth, we are now hiring dedicated individuals to work with children on the autism spectrum. This is a great opportunity to make a positive impact with children and their families, while working in a growing and rewarding profession.
As a Line Staff, you will routinely interact with children and their families in their home, utilizing applied behavioral therapy techniques. Hours for these positions include afternoon, evenings and some weekends but we will work with your schedule.
All positions require:

  • A playful and interactive personality
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Reliable transportation
  • Proof of auto insurance
  • Ability to pass a thorough background check.
  • Must be mobile, and able to lift up to 35 lbs.
  • Bilingual English/Spanish skills are a plus.
We offer a competitive wage, paid training and travel, ongoing training and development, unlimited advancement potential, and 401(k).
To view job openings and to apply, visit our website at www.lundvandyke.com.
We are an equal opportunity employer and service provider. M/F/D/V.

Live54218 - Community Engagement & Program Support Specialist

Live54218 is hiring!
Position Description: We are seeking an outgoing individual who is passionate about healthy eating and active living to join our team! Live54218 provides a fast-paced, energetic, results-oriented work setting – where collaboration and a strong desire to serve the community are vital to our work. The ideal candidate will have excellent time management skills, outstanding verbal and written communication skills, and be comfortable utilizing technology to collaborate and to engage the community at-large.
Schedule: 20-25 hours/week, flexible schedule, some evenings and weekends required as determined by community outreach needs.
Compensation: $10/hour with opportunity for growth, mileage reimbursement, and provision of all necessary equipment and professional development to succeed in this position.
Responsibilities:

  • Plan and execute Live54218 presence at community events; including: event planning, volunteer recruitment, material preparation, and partner follow up
  • Develop and implement organizational social media plan
  • Maintain Live54218 website and develop monthly eNewsletter
  • Conceptualize and implement innovative marketing campaigns to increased brand awareness countywide
  • Conduct community presentations to build supporter database
  • Facilitate program administration through formatting and proofing organizational materials, preparing for meetings and taking minutes, organizing and distributing materials to schools and community partners, etc.
  • Perform other duties as assigned
Knowledge and Skills Desired:
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to recruit community partners and program participants; establish and maintain effective working relationships with system partners
  • Ability to develop creative concepts and innovative techniques to engage community members and reach them with appropriate health information
  • Excellent public speaker, with ability to tailor the message to intended audience
  • Highly proficient in MS Office, social networking, and collaborative tools such as Facebook, Online meeting schedulers, and GoogleDrive
  • Experience preferred but not required in video editing and any graphic design programs
  • Ability to lift, carry and move objects up to 20 pounds; transport materials to events
  • Ability to transport oneself to/from various locations in a timely and efficient manner
  • Ability to operate a variety of office equipment including personal computer, photocopier, fax machine and telephone
To Apply: Please submit your resume and cover letter to Jen@Live54218.org.
Deadline: April 29th

Client Services Case Worker

St. Vincent de Paul’s Personal Service Center is seeking to hire a full-time Client Services Case Worker. This position would be responsible for client interview, assessment and the provision of direct, immediate service(s)/referral(s) to applicants seeking emergency assistance.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent, experience in human services and knowledge of local community resources required.
Must demonstrate appropriate interpersonal skills working with diverse clientele. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially ACCESS. Applicant/incumbent should fully understand the philosophy and spiritual goals of the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
To apply:
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to maryjm@svdpgb.org.
Or send application materials via U.S. mail to:

St. Vincent de Paul
Attn: Director of Social Services & Community Outreach
1529 Leo Frigo Way
Green Bay, WI 54302-1163
Deadline: April 30th

Playground Program Leader

Position Title: Playground Program Leader
Rate of Pay: $8.42 per hour (first-year instructor)
Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 11:00am-5:00pm
Friday: 8:00am-10:00am & 11:00am-5:00pm
Program Dates: Ten weeks, June-August
Job Summary: The Playground Program Leader is responsible for instructin g and providing a specific recreation program, assisting the Playground Supervisor with planning and organizing the program, and providing a safe and comfortable envrionment for participants.
Education and Experience:

  • Must have completed two semesters of post high school education at an accredited technical college or university.
  • Experience in recreation programming preffered.
  • Ability to cooperate and work with others
Geeneral Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Report to work at assigned park at designated time.
  • Participate in all City-wide playground events: Talent show, Kiddie parade and karnival, games day, track and field day.
  • Design, and direct, a comprehensive recreational program that includes low organized games, special events, shows, sports, etc.
  • Responsible for safety and supervision of all playground participants
  • Responsible for inventory.
  • Set up and run a park store where profits are used to purchase prizes for various games and activities.
  • Cooperate with co-workers.
  • Open and secure facility daily.
  • Attend all staff meetings as scheduled.
  • Complete all required paperwork, i.e. attendance forms, lesson plans, financial reports, and payroll forms.
  • All other duties as assigned.
Apply online at www.greenbaywi.gov.

Innovative Counseling Inc (Six Job Openings)

In-Home Psychotherapy Senior Therapist
(2 Positions Available)

Job Description: Provide in home therapy to children and adolescents experiencing significant mental health, behavioral, and/or emotional concerns. Provide in home family therapy with the identified client's family. Responsible for oversight of therapy, developing treatment plans with the family, planning of sessions, and organization of scheduling for each case. Assumes leadership role for Second Team Member. Provide collaboration with school staff, psychiatrists, and other service providers to ensure coordination of care. Responsible for case notes and quarterly progress reports for each case. Senior therapists attend regular supervision meetings with other IPP staff members. Responsible for maintaining current and accurate paperwork for all cases including progress notes, progress reports, treatment plans and reviews, and closing reports.
Pay: Starting $22.50/hr
Education: Masters Degree required in Social Work or Counseling or equivalent field of study. Must have 3000 hours of post Masters Clinical supervised experience and current Wisconsin License in Counseling or Social Work.

Position one presides over these areas: Brown, Calumet, Outagamie, Winnebago counties
Hours: Full Time (30 Hours per week)
For more information regarding position one, click here.

Position two presides over these areas: Two Rivers/Manitowoc Area
Hours: Full Time (30 Hours per week)
For more information regarding position two, click here.

Secondary Team Member - In-Home Psychotherapy Program
(4 Positions Available)

Job Description: Provide team approach in home therapy to children and adolescents experiencing significant mental health, behavioral, and/or emotional concerns. Provide in home family therapy with the identified client's family. Responsible for case notes. Therapists attend regular supervision meetings with other IPP staff members. Responsible for maintaining current and accurate paperwork for all cases.
Pay: Starting $14.00/hr (Compensation based on education and experience)
Education: Bachelors Degree required in Social Work or Counseling or equivalent field of study. Masters degree desired.

Position one presides over these areas: Brown, Calumet, Outagamie, Winnebago counties. (Work site is client's home not the office.)
Hours: Full Time (30 Hours per week - Flexible), Part time (16-24 Hours per week - Flexible). No On Call after Hours.
For more information regarding position one, click here.

Position two presides over these areas: Two Rivers/Manitowoc Area. (Work site is client's home not the office.)
Hours: Full Time (30 Hours per week - Flexible). No On Call after Hours. For more information regarding position two, click here.

Position three presides over these areas: Brown, Shawano, Oconto counties. (Work site is client's home not the office.)
Hours: Full Time (30 Hours per week - Flexible). No On Call after Hours. For more information regarding position three, click here.

Position four presides over these areas: Brown, Door County, Kewaunee counties. work site is client's home not the office.
Hours: Part Time (8-20 Hours per week - Flexible). No On Call after Hours.
For more information regarding position four, click here for position C: Brown, Door County, Kewaunee. (work site is client's home not the office.)

To apply for any of these positions, send your resume via email,
or send via U.S. mail to:

Innovative Counseling, Inc.
1499 Sixth Street
Green Bay, WI 54304

Program Manager

Reporting to the CEO, Program Manager will ensure seamless program implementation, including curriculum and lesson plan development; achieve measureable evaluation and outcomes; as well as, ongoing operational and resource development. The person we’re looking for is someone who will be critical to helping us scale our impact and vital to packaging and presenting an amazing opportunity to change the lives of kids, parents, and our community. Their role will be to develop curriculum and lesson plans focused on reading, writing and character development; recruit a new 6th grade cohort each year; direct the lead coach, mentor students and parents, as well as case management. This person must also enjoy strategizing and working independently or collectively. They need to find joy in sharing the mission with everyone they encounter. He or she must have a “can do” attitude even when the going gets tough.
If this sounds like YOU ~ If you want meaningful and mission drive work ~ If you have the drive, passion and related experience to succeed ~ Please call us TODAY at 888-637-6669
For more information, visit http://scholarshipsinc.org/get-involved/careers

Fund Development Coordinator

Position: Fund Development Coordinator
Classification: Exempt; Part-time or Full-time
Position Summary: Professional position with responsibility for securing financial and other resources to support Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes (GSNWGL).
Key Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the fund development representative for GSNWGL in Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto and Shawano counties.
  • Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities in the territory.
  • Be an active member of community group(s).
  • Represent the Council in a professional and personable manner.
  • Build and develop relationships with community and corporate leaders.
  • Conduct presentations to business, community and civic organizations.
  • Obtain new high-level ($5,000+) program, event, and council-wide sponsors.
  • Research, identify, cultivate, solicit and steward individual donors.
  • Manage a portfolio of prospects / donors.
  • Engage alumnae to reconnect with Girl Scouts.
  • Coordinate recognition receptions.
  • Write, prepare and submit grant proposals to United Way agencies, and community and corporate foundations, and conduct appropriate follow-up.
  • Build and develop relationships with United Way and foundation staff.
  • Represent the Council at all United Way and foundation grant meetings, events, etc.
  • Complete all grant proposals and reports in accordance with each granting agency’s requirements.
  • Work with members of the Regional Advisory Committee.
  • Staff and support all quarterly RAC meetings.
  • Coordinate all facets of special events, small socials and outreach activities developed and supported by the committee.
Position Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, community development, administrative leadership, social work or equivalent experience.
  • One to two years of experience in fund development; making direct solicitations of donors, grant writing, planning events, and other relevant fund development activities.
  • Strong community involvement demonstrated by current membership and leadership roles in local, nonprofit, religious and/or civic organizations.
  • Professional enthusiasm to stay current with industry best practices.
  • Ability to take initiative, to organize and implement a multi-faceted workload with minimum supervision and function well as a member of a team.
  • Ability to communicate with donors and volunteers in a professional manner.
  • Knowledge of non-profit functions and capacity building strategies.
  • Understanding of budget development and general financial/administrative practices. Advanced knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets and database management.
  • Valid driver’s license, good driving record and reliable transportation.
  • The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee is occasionally required to walk, and operate office equipment manually. The employee must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
Please go to the following website, create a profile and apply for this position directly. https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=GSNWGL

Americorps VISTA (YMCA - Three Job Openings)

YWCA Green Bay – De Pere is looking for three AmeriCorps VISTA members to coordinate the YWCA’s TechGYRLS program. TechGYRLS is an after-school program that empowers girls to increase their interest and understanding of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subjects. These are year-long position with a living stipend of $928 per month and an end of year service education award of $5,550 which can be used to pay tuition of education loans. The three positions available are listed below:
Position One: TechGYRLS Resource Development Coordinator
Key Responsibilities:

  • Developing a fund development plan for the program
  • Soliciting and writing proposals to potential funders
  • Coordinating an annual fundraising event for the TechGYRLS program
Position Two: TechGYRLS Outreach Coordinator for Brown & Door County
Key Responsibilities:
  • Outreach to area schools and youth serving organizations to create TechGYRLS’ partnerships.
  • Develop marketing material and a strategized marketing campaign for the program.
  • Develop and coordinate a summer science fair for area girls to compete in.
Position Three: TechGYRLS Outreach Coordinator for Outagamie & Winnebago County
Key Responsibilities:
  • Outreach to area schools and youth serving organizations to create TechGYRLS’ partnerships.
  • Develop marketing material and a strategized marketing campaign for the program.
  • Develop and coordinate a summer science fair for area girls to compete in.
Positions are staffed in Green Bay, WI. To apply, email your resume to Monica Moe at mmoe@ywcagreenbay.org

Americorps VISTA (4-H Youth Development)

Brown County UW-Extension 4-H Youth Development is accepting applications for a summer VISTA position, volunteering June 2014-August 2014. Position description includes:

  • Assist in developing, organizing and teaching Summer Youth Development programming for youth, grades K-5th grade. Programming includes:
    • Direct, hands-on education and programming in conjunction with the Boys and Girls Club Summer Programming Sessions, weekly during term of service.
    • Green Bay Library “Alien Invasion” programming, multiple sessions throughout the summer.
    • Outreach programming sessions at Neville Museum, Children’s Museum and other Library programs.
  • Attend 4-H Youth Development Programming Outreach efforts, including:
    • Oneida Farmers Market Youth Day.
    • School open houses or community fairs, as appropriate.
  • Attend Brown County Fair and represent Brown County UW-Extension and 4-H Youth Development, assisting with educational, promotional and organizational processes.
  • Assist with other UW-Extension programming (STEM, Community Development, Nutrition Education, Agriculture, etc) as requested and appropriate.
Candidates should have completed some college, and have experience teaching youth. Interested applicants should send cover letter and resume to Melinda Pollen, 4-H Youth Development Educator, at Melinda.pollen@ces.uwex.edu. If you have any questions, please call (920) 391-4613.

Mental Health Professional

Basic duties: Responsible for planning, coordinating, developing and implementing a professional individual and group counseling program for assigned inmates in compliance with CHC, facility and correctional healthcare directives.
Working conditions: Work is performed inside a correctional facility. CHC expects employees to work in accordance with all security rules and regulations to minimize the risk of danger and/or harm to themselves or other employees. CHC provides excellent compensation and benefits packages (medical, dental, tuition reimbursement, 401K, etc.) to eligible employees.
Minimum Educational/Experience Requirements:

  • Current, unrestricted license as a mental health professional in state of practice (LPC, LCSW) and current CPR/BCLS certification.
  • MA/MS degree in mental health related course of study. (CACREP or CACSWE accredited programs preferred)
Employment Requirements:
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background investigation by the company.
  • Must successfully complete a pre-employment drug test.
  • Obtain/maintain security clearance at facility as required for initial/continued employment.
Physical/Mental Requirements: Must be able to perform all of the essential elements of the position with or without an accommodation. This position routinely requires (but is not limited to) the following:
  • Occasional running when responding to emergencies.
  • Frequent walking throughout site; to include walking up and down flights of stairs.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
To apply, click here.

Full Time Social Worker

Job Description: This Social Worker position provides assessment, counseling, and case management in the provision of Child Protective Services and/or Juvenile Court Services to juvenile clients and their families of the Department.
Work site Counties: Wood - Wisconsin Rapids Area
Pay: $19.33/hr to $27.19/hr
Hours: Full time, 39 hours per week minimum
Shift: First shift, Monday-Friday
Baisc requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or a directly related field
  • At least one year experience in the family services field
  • Basic everyday living skills, the ability to understand and follow directions (agency manuals, etc.), and reading and writing (for reports)
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with individuals and groups
  • This position may require travel to and from off-campus sites. Individual may use personal vehicle or other means of reliable transportation
  • Pass background check and pre-employment drug screening
To view a complete job description, please view attached pdf flier here.
To apply, visit their website.



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..

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