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Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Director of Finance 

As a member of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley’s Senior Leadership Team, manages all financial functions including: the annual budget; accounting and auditing; financial operations including forecasting, strategic planning, analysis and reporting; grant administration; and banking relations.  Works directly with the CEO, Senior Team peers, and Boards of Directors, to establish financial strategic direction and subsequently monitor and maintain its progress.  

Key Responsibilities: Leadership - • Establishes and implements policies and procedures for all financial functions, ensuring appropriate controls and compliance with generally accepted accounting practices and Boys & Girls Clubs organizational requirements both local and national. Strategic Planning - • Develops an annual income and expense in collaboration with the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors that demonstrates high levels of accuracy, completeness, and utility. • Reports on organizational financial results and recommendations for necessary actions to maintain and improve the fiscal health of the Club. • Collaborates with Club leadership and supervisors to maintain, analyze, and interpret general ledger for all funds. • Manages the preparation and analysis of financial reports on a monthly and as needed basis. • Identifies and evaluates opportunities for improved financial operations, recordkeeping and reporting. Daily Operations - • Participates in the development of comprehensive, accurate and timely financial reports including but not limited to: monthly cash flow analyses, budget to actual variance analyses, financial trend analyses and recommended fiscal controls. Ensures compliance with all legal and accounting guidelines governing financial accounting and reporting. • Responsible for fiscal functions including but not limited to: annual audits, tax returns, monthly management reports and year-end financial statements, ensuring timely and accurate completion and adherence to approved budget levels. Develops, implements and enforces policies, procedures and systems to improve the overall finance and accounting operation. Ensures the confidentiality of all information pertaining to BGCFV operations. Resource Development- • Prepares the annual request for United Way funds. • Preparation of grant budgets and related financial progress reports. • Manages all assets and investments of the Boys & Girls Club, including real property, equities, bonds and other assets. 

Additional Responsibilities: • Maintains payroll records. • Trains staff in proper procedures regarding cash receipts, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and budgeting as needed or requested. •  Attend meetings of the Board of Directors, Finance Committee, and Personnel Committee in an advisory role, as requested. • Assist Unit/Program Directors/Managers in budget preparation and management, as requested.  

Education and Experience: • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance, or business administration. •  A minimum of three years of progressively responsible work experience managing the accounting functions in a non-profit agency, or equivalent experience. • Thorough knowledge of budgeting and accounting practices, processes and procedures of non-profit organizations. • Good communication skills, both verbal and written. • Strong organization and analytical skills. • Ability to interact professionally with Club staff, Board members, volunteers, and other related agencies.

Contact Bev Grabow at  bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org  to apply.

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Boys and Girls Club of the Fox Valley: Opportunity Coordinator

The Opportunity Coordinator uses a culturally-responsive mentoring approach to ensure Black/ African American middle and high school students in the Menasha School District and Appleton Area School District are engaged in education and poised for academic achievement.  Individual will work directly and collaboratively with a caseload of students and their families, school staff, and others to implement strategies that address school success and school completion with high school graduation and post-secondary enrollment as the focus.  Opportunity Coordinators will work with students during the school day through individual and group meetings, working to track levels of engagement by assessing attendance, behavior, grades and credits earned.  This position is part of a team working with a wider community initiative that aims to close the equity gap for Black/ African American students. 

Duties & Responsibilities: • Develop trusting relationships with youth and families. • Collaborate with adults already involved with the youth – such as teachers, case managers, counselors, and social workers. •  Facilitate communication and promote problem solving between home and school.  Contact parents via phone, home visits, and email to share information and to develop plans to engage students in school and promote school success. • Assist youth in developing skills necessary for school success (i.e. time management, study habits, problem solving, goal setting, etc.). • Link youth to relevant Club and community programs. • Organize activities and events for participants. Examples may include study skills workshops, social/recreational events, college and worksite tours, financial aid presentations, graduation celebrations, etc. • Participate in program outcome measurement processes and other evaluations as needed. • Participate in school and community events and Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley activities.

Education & Experience: • Minimum two years post-graduation education required. • Experience working with children and adolescents required • Bachelors in Human Services, Education or related field preferred • Experience working within a school system or youth agency preferred. 

Other Qualifications: • Strong understanding / expertise in working with issues faced by underrepresented students. • Persistence.  A belief that all students have abilities and strengths, and can learn. • Ability and passion to work with youth and families from diverse backgrounds. • Ability and willingness to work with families using a non-blaming approach. • Advocacy skills, including excellent communication skills and the ability to negotiate, compromise, and confront conflict. • Organizational skills, flexibility, and the ability to work in a variety of settings.  • Ability to work independently. • Knowledge of community and educational resources. • Knowledge of and ability to use computer software and equipment. • Flexibility to connect with youth during school hours as well as some evenings, as needed. • Values self-improvement; able to accept praise and critical feedback and seeks evaluation.  

Equal Opportunity Employment Statement The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or genetics and complies with applicable federal, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

Contact Bev Grabow at  bgrabow@bgclubfoxvalley.org  to apply.

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Valley Packaging Industries: ADRC Assistant 

Assist ADRC (Aging & Disability Resource Center) staff and the Economic Support division in their work with customers who are applying for public assistance and need help with preparing financial, medical and other documents related to applications for entitlements and other programs to ensure that documents are in place and deadlines for applications are met. 

QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent.  Experience working with various publicly funded programs preferred.  Knowledge of or capacity to learn various computer programs.  Must possess problem solving skills, the ability to communicate effectively and professionally with a variety of individuals. Able to work independently and efficiently. 

APPLICATIONS: For consideration, please submit cover letter with resume to: sporter@vpind.com

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Fox Cities Building for the Arts, Inc: Education Coordinator 

The Education Coordinator is responsible for developing and executing educational arts programs for youth and adults, as well as initializing and maintaining community partnerships that support educational programs for the organization. This is a full-time exempt position and an opportunity to grow arts education opportunities in the Fox Cities.  

Interested? See our Jobs page at Troutmuseum.org or email mobrien@troutmusem.org

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Fox Valley Literacy Council: Administrative & Program Assistant

Fox Valley Literacy Council shares the power of learning to transform lives and enrich the community. 

Summary: The Administrative & Program Assistant provides administrative and program support necessary in the daily operation of the Fox Valley Literacy Council.  

Qualifications: • High school education; post-high school education with courses in business administration • Previous experience in office management or administrative assistance is preferred • Hmong, French, Swahili, Kinyarwanda, or Spanish speaking is a plus. 

Skills: • Ability to multitask and prioritize • Ability to maintain a professional manner under pressure • Practice Multi-Cultural competencies • Excellent computer skills including databases and spreadsheets • Good electronic equipment and computer network skills • Good communication skills • Ability to work with people of all backgrounds • Ability to work with minimal supervision • Team player with an ability to support the work of others  

Responsibilities: Administrative Support: • Greet and direct visitors • Answer telephone and direct calls • Develop and maintain data bases and spreadsheets to manage client, tutor, and stakeholder data • Prepare periodic reports, including statistical reports • Assist with special events, trainings, and workshops • Assist with producing training and promotional material • Schedule and supervise administrative volunteers • Order and maintain office and program supplies • Help maintain general office appearance, including library.  Program Assistance: • Assist in the recruitment of adult students for one-to-one tutoring and small group instruction • Assist staff to conduct student intake, evaluations, matching, follow-up, and support • Help maintain consistent contact with adult students and tutors • Maintain accurate records and process data collection in a timely manner • Assist program manager to resolve problems and assess student progress and goal attainment • Other duties as assigned.  

The Administrative & Program Assistant position is 20 hours a week, benefits include generous paid vacation, sick days, flexible schedule, a 4-day work week, and 5% additional compensation in lieu of healthcare benefits.  

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Nik Shier at nshier@fvlc.net

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Fox Valley Literacy Council: Communications Specialist 

Fox Valley Literacy Council shares the power of learning to transform lives and enrich the community.  

Summary: The Communications Specialist assists in setting and guiding the strategy for all communications to consistently articulate the Fox Valley Literacy Council’s mission. The Communications Specialist works closely with colleagues as the communications leader on a variety of program matters. 

Qualifications:  • Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Public Relations, or related field (preferred) • Previous communications experience   

Skills: • Experience in developing and implementing communications strategies •  Ability to take knowledge and transform it into interesting and useful messages • Excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills • Practice Multi-Cultural competencies • Strong track record as an implementer who thrives on managing a variety of initiatives concurrently • High energy self-starter who works independently • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and graphics software  •  Ability to work with people of all backgrounds.

Responsibilities: • Develop, implement, and evaluate the annual communications plan • Present creative and innovative ideas for cost-effective communications strategies • Manage the development, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic collateral including, but not limited to, newsletters, brochures, press releases, annual reports, social media, e-newsletters, donor correspondence, and Fox Valley Literacy website • Interact with adult learners, volunteers, staff, donors, and others to gather information and create, design and write stories for publication or for video/audio production • Ensure that print and electronic collateral are consistent, and that new information is posted regularly • Develop, build, and manage media contacts and build strong relationships with media representatives • Work with the Program/Administrative Assistant to maintain volunteer and donor databases • Prepare periodic reports, talking points, presentations, and other supporting material • Help coordinate and organize public events and meetings • Other duties as assigned • Nights and weekends may be required. •  Reports to the Executive Director. 

The Communications Specialist position is 20 hours a week, benefits include generous paid vacation, sick days, flexible schedule, a 4-day work week, and 5% additional compensation in lieu of healthcare benefits. 

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Nik Shier at nshier@fvlc.net

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Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI: Community Service Specialist

Are you comfortable providing support and guidance to individuals with mental health issues?  Do you enjoy supporting older adults who need a bit of extra help?  If this describes you, we encourage you to apply for the Community Services Specialist position at LSS!  

Community Service Specialists provide support, information and referral services for individuals utilizing programs in the community. This position will provide one-on-one support as well as group work in the areas of mental health, older adult services and those accessing services to basic needs. This position will be responsible for utilizing community resources, building effective relationships in the community and navigating human service agencies in the designated area.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: •Provides support to individuals, advocates and assesses problems and establishes a positive rehabilitative influence to individuals and, where applicable, families. •Establishes and maintains effective community relationships. •Establishes and maintains files and records and may be responsible for tracking and reporting on various statistics and demographics. •May be responsible for coordinating and delivering presentation to communities based on program needs. •May be responsible for intake duties, involving receiving and interviewing individuals for community coordination. •May provide transportation for individuals to appointments or group activities as needed. •Participates in a team, ensuring individuals continue to receive increasing quality services. •May facilitate groups in the areas of life skills, recovery practices, socialization, education, employment, etc. •May works closely with human service and employment agencies to provide a wide range of outreach for programming and individuals. •May recruit and work with volunteers and interns to coordinate services •Performs other duties as required.

PERKS: •Mileage reimbursement •Paid Time Off •Service Awards and Recognition •Ability to Contribute to 403B •Employee Assistance Program   EOE/M/W/VET/DISABILITY

To apply for this position, please contact Kenisha Cockfield at kenisha.cockfield@lsswis.org

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Goodwill NCW: Annual Giving Specialist 

Are you looking for a position that makes a difference in our community while working in a culture that focuses on Putting People First...All People?  Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin (NCW) is helping people change lives every day, and we need a full-time Annual Giving Specialist. 

Key Responsibilities:  1. The Annual Giving Specialist will contribute to an enterprise-wide resource development plan by working with the VP-Development, and will have specific responsibilities for increasing support for the annual fund and for excellent stewardship of donors to GW NCW.  2. In collaboration with others (the VP-Development, the SVP-Programs and Service, the VP-Community  Relations, the IT team and the Leader of Marketing), the Annual Giving Specialist is responsible for planning and implementing multiple direct mail appeals annually, with a high degree of customization and emotional appeal.  3. To measure success, the Annual Giving Specialist will help develop and maintain a timely, donor- relevant enterprise-wide process for electronic record-keeping of received gifts, acknowledgement communications, and donor/prospect mailing lists. This role will oversee and maintain all donor files,  records and disclosures, per established guidelines and organizational objectives.  4. The Annual Giving Specialist will provide relevant support for donor cultivation/celebration events held in conjunction with development/program fundraising strategies. This role will also manage the  vehicle donation program and online giving platforms for use on goodwillncw.org and other program websites.  5. The Annual Giving Specialist will work closely with the Finance Team on regular reconciliation, and  ongoing process improvements to ensure accurate financials. This role will also help the team analyze  results, identify trends and recommend strategy, and will produce monthly status reports for the VP- Development.  6.The Annual Giving Specialist will regularly review all standard letters and online giving information and  will be responsible for on-going design changes to improve their appearance and functionality; they also  ensure that all documentation, training, and orientation materials for development standard work are  updated and added to the Development folder in a timely manner.

The person in this role must bring the following: • Prefer four-year degree in marketing, public relations, communications, or business equivalent. • Desire 1-2 yrs. experience preferably in marketing, development, and/or community relations. • Excellent written, grammar, and oral communication skills. • Must be able to learn additional software programs and apply technical knowledge. • Strong attention to detail and the ability to project manage several deliverables. • Experience with gift solicitation and special event coordination desired. • Experience with CRM platforms and programs is desired. • Capacity to offer excellent customer services by listening and responding to diverse types of donors needs and to foster positive relationships. • Experience with nonprofit organizations is desired.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Stephanie Crowe at scrowe@goodwillncw.org

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Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley: Administrative Director 

Samaritan Counseling Center believes that everyone deserves excellent mental health care that connects mind and spirit. We have developed a community of providing a successful counseling program, wellness screening program in schools preventing teen suicide, as well as mental health ministry initiatives for faith leaders. Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, the Administrative Director performs upper level management of the Center's financial and administrative functions. As a member of the Leadership Team, the Administrative Director works to ensure a smooth-running Center operation through strategic financial management, and through infrastructure services that undergird projects and programs. This position is part-time at 30 hours per week. 

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND EXAMPLES OF WORK: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: Assist the Executive Director in organizational, financial and program management. Oversee the financial management, reporting and processing with ED, and Finance Committee. Create monthly financial statements, reports, cash flow projections, and financial performance analyses to be reviewed by leadership team and board of directors. Work with the leadership team to develop and manage annual program budgets. Develop yearly Center’s operational budget. Prepare for and oversee yearly financial audit with independent accounting firm. Coordinate statistical and financial record-keeping. Manage accounts payable and receivable. Ensure the billing process is efficient and maximizes collection efforts. Prepare, process and document payroll.

ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT: Coordinate administrative support for the Executive Director, the directors of programs, and the Board of Directors Develop and implement office policies and procedures. Maintain Center administrative and financial records. Provide administrative support for Center’s programs, fundraising, marketing and public relations. Work with clinical director to manage administrative aspect of client intakes, and discharge procedures. Oversee maintenance of Center electronic medical records system. Coordinate, supervise, and evaluate work of administrative staff Manage the Center’s facilities, IT needs, and physical environment Supervise the use and maintenance of office equipment.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in financial and administrative management. Minimum of 3 years of experience working in finance and office management. Proficiency in QuickBooks and Excel Skills in word processing, database management, oral and written communication Skills in time management and planning.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE AND CHARACTERISTICS: Working knowledge of office methods, procedures and equipment. Commitment to accuracy and consistency in bookkeeping methods. Ability to organize own workload, take initiative, carry out directives, and work independently. Ability to manage a wide variety of activities and functions. Ability to supervise work of administrative staff. Ability to maintain strict confidentiality. Ability to deal professionally and effectively with a wide variety of people in the professional setting, including board members, staff members, clients and community members. Ability to create a hospitable and smoothly functioning environment for staff, clients, volunteers, and visitors to the Center. An appreciation of the integration of spirituality and faith in relationships with colleagues and clients. Ability to articulate an understanding of personal spiritual beliefs and how the relationship between a person and what they consider Sacred contributes to healing and growth. A strong commitment to the future of the organization and its mission Experience with not-for-profit management preferred.

JOB TIME: 30 hours/week - FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE BENEFITS: Medical Insurance •Flex Time Off •9 Paid Holidays •Ability to Contribute to 403B • TO APPLY: send resume and letters Diane Haase at dhaase.hls@gmail.com .

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Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI: Transportation Coordinator

The Transportation Coordinator matches transportation options & resources for older adults & individuals with disabilities & directs the volunteer driver program. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: •Responds to requests from individuals & agencies regarding transportation. •Advocates on behalf of individuals as necessary. •Recruits, trains, schedules & coordinates volunteer drivers •Interacts with transportation providers to understand existing transportation resources •Makes appropriate referrals to social service agencies, information & assistance providers & community resources. •Educates & promotes existing community resources •Works with Mobility Manager to facilitate development of transportation options •Maintains database with individual demographic data & program information •Attends local advocacy meetings with providers, consumers & County Human Services Agencies. •Attends other designated meeting to assist with outreach in the service area. •Maintains caller records, statistical reports & other projects related to transportation coordination as directed by the Mobility Manager or Advisory Board. •Uses alternative technologies/techniques, as well as interpreters, to communicate with people with varying abilities (TDD, Braille, etc.). 

PERKS: •Mileage reimbursement •Paid Time Off •Service Awards and Recognition •Ability to Contribute to 403B •Employee Assistance Program   EOE/M/W/VET/DISABILITY.

To apply for this position, please contact Kenisha Cockfield at kenisha.cockfield@lsswis.org

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St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation and the Mercy Health Foundation: Regional Grant and Research Manager

Due to an internal promotion, the St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation and the Mercy Health Foundation is seeking a Regional Grant and Research Manager to plan and lead all grant activity within both Mercy Health Foundation and St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation – the NE Wisconsin region of Ascension Wisconsin. This well connected development professional who will work between St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation office in Appleton and the Mercy Health Foundation office in Oshkosh, will lead planning and execution of the annual grant plan which includes securing grants from local funders (Corporate, Family Foundations, Community Foundations, State of WI, and Federal Grants) and management of internal grants made to health system departments. 

The Grant and Research Manager will be part of a dynamic, committed and growing team and will have support from the Foundation Coordinator. They will also have the former Regional Grant and Research Manager to train and onboard them into this role. 

HERE is the link to the online  posting that will be live through December 15th.  Be part of our growing health ministry!   Apply today or share with others you know that may be interested!  

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Valley Packaging Industries: Program Assistant

Valley Packaging Industries Inc., is looking for a Program assistant for our Day Services center. 

DESCRIPTION:  The Program assistant will provide active and direct care to individuals with disabilities. Assist in providing a supportive and safe environment, as well as joining individuals as they experience community outings and social and leisure activities. Assist in making behavioral observations and implementing individualized rehabilitation plans and report their progress. Initiate communication with Case Managers and maintain accurate records of performance. Provide life skills, personal care and quality interaction with individuals. Perform break, lunch, and bus duty, and other duties as assigned.  

QUALIFICATIONS:  Course work in human services or related field with an emphasis on Mental Illness preferred. Minimum one (1) year experience working with individuals with disabilities. Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.  

HOW TO APPLY: Please send cover letter and resume to sporter@vpind.com

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Valley Packaging Industries: Employment Specialist 

Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. is currently accepting applications for an Employment Specialist position in the Outagamie County area.

SUMMARY: Responsible for providing community employment for individuals with disabilities or other barriers.  Provides vocational guidance, job matching, and representation of participant to potential employers, and follow-up services.  Receives and reviews referral information to determine placement needs and readiness of the individual referred for service.  Conducts orientation and plans development activities for individuals accepted for job development services. Assures the provision of services in accordance with the agency's various contracts, operating agreements and policies/procedures.  Prepares comprehensive and timely reports and maintains appropriate documentation. Develops supported, and non-supported, job opportunities in the community for current and potential participants of the agency.  Coordinates potential and actual placements with Valley Packaging staff, various community resources, and other individuals to facilitate a smooth transition of the participant into community employment. Provides job counseling and job seeking skills training.  Acts as a resource to the other staff in determining participant job readiness. Provides follow-up contacts, as well as consultation and support to employers, to help ensure the success of the participant's placement. Conducts an ongoing program of public education to improve employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.  Represents Valley Packaging to the community in a professional manner through various speaking engagements. Professionally communicates with assigned case managers, job coaches, and inter-agency professional staff to facilitate mutual program planning and support for program participants. Networks with other Employment Specialists at Valley Packaging Industries, Inc.  Develops and updates professional skills through various training opportunities and resources. Performs other duties as required.          

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in vocational rehabilitation or related field or equivalent. Minimum of one (1) year experience in a vocational rehabilitation setting or equivalent. Experience in job placement of individuals with disabilities required. Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.

For consideration, please submit cover letter with resume to: sporter@vpind.com

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Valley Packaging Industries: Job Coach

Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a Job Coach in the Outagamie County area. 

DESCRIPTION: The job coach provides vocational and programmatic support to program participants at community based work sites, and at all Valley Packaging locations.  Communicates relevant issues and overall progress to the Community-Based Service Manager. Provides hands-on demonstration of work tasks and observes program participant’s performance.  Assists in ensuring that work site activities remain consistent with the participant’s rehabilitation program.  

Responsible for the preparation of accurate and timely rehabilitation reports.  Attends staffings, as needed, to report on participant’s progress. Professionally communicates with employers, work site supervisors and staff, and other VPI staff to facilitate mutual program planning. Assists in training program participants in the areas of work skills, social and personal adjustment, and community adjustment. Assists in developing and conducting special training programs, classes, and activities to broaden the participant’s career awareness. Provides assistance/job coaching to other community support programs as needed. Works flexible hours to include evenings, weekends, and holidays on an as-needed basis.           

QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent. Additional course work in human services or related field preferred. Minimum one (1) year experience working with individuals with disabilities. Demonstrated common sense, judgment, and communication skills, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.    

If interested please send a cover letter and resume to sporter@vpind.com

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Dyslexia Reading Connection: Tutor 

Part-time, permanent position.  Bachelor's degree preferred.  Duration: 1.5 - 3 hours/week to start, Mon-Fri. More hours may become available over time. Salary: $12.85/hr. Benefits: The employer does not provide benefits.

Experience/Qualifications: Experience in working with children preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required. Ability to motivate youth. Ability to deal with the general public. Ability to work with youth and families from a variety of backgrounds. Ability to work independently. Ability to work flexible hours. Bilingual in English and Spanish is a plus.

If interested contact Kimberly Stevens at kimberly@dyslexiareadingconnection.com  .

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Children's Hospital of WI-Fox Valley: Hospital Social Worker, MSW

Case management for Ambulatory and Inpatient floors. Hospital and/or CPS experience preferred. MSW required. M-F 8-4:30, No on call at this time.  

Log into the Children’s Hospital Website at:  https://www.chw.org/careers/search-jobs-and-apply . Under “New applicants” click on the “click here”. In the Search Jobs box enter the number:  29620 

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Children's Hospital of WI: CSHCN Outreach Specialist - WI Sound Beginnings Program

Experience parenting a  child who is deaf or hard of hearing. CYSHCN Outreach Specialist at the NE Regional Center for CYSHCN/Children’s Hospital. Position is grant objective specific for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Part-time.  

Log into the Children’s Hospital Website at:  https://www.chw.org/careers/search-jobs-and-apply . Under “New applicants” click on the “click here”. In the Search Jobs box enter the number:  29642

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Habitat for Humanity ReStore: Store Manager - Habitat ReStore West

Help us open our second Habitat ReStore on Appleton's west side!  Join the awesome team of volunteers and staff at Habitat for Humanity ReStore West . The Habitat ReStore is a unique retail outlet that sells donated new and used building materials at very low prices – keeping usable materials out of the landfills and directing all profits to Habitat for Humanity to support its mission of building homes, communities and hope in the Fox Cites.  

The Store Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations the ReStore, developing a strong, cohesive and inclusive management team, and ensuring a safe and exceptional environment for volunteers, donors, shoppers and staff.  

At least 5 years retail management and direct sales experience is required, volunteer management experience and proven ability to lead and develop teams are critical.  Full time salaried position, 40+ hours per week with varying shifts.  

Please send your cover letter, resume, salary history and three references to amyr@fchabitat.org.  See www.AppletonReStore.org/about/careers/ for additional information. 

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Youth Go: Early Intervention Mentor

This is position is available through an ongoing contract with the Winnebago County Department of Human Services.  Mentors will work 13 hours per week guaranteed (4 youth assigned).  This position requires availability from 3:00-9:30pm two week nights per week, flexibility in which two nights is available.  There are no “on call” hours.  Salary: $15 an hour.  

Qualifications:  Experience working with youth in either a volunteer or professional capacity is highly desired.  Educational experience in human services, psychology, recreation, education, or a related field is preferred.  Must work well with youth of all backgrounds and personality types and be able to handle challenging behaviors.  Applicant should feel comfortable and able to tutor youth in grades 5-12 in a variety of subjects.   Must have reliable transportation, meet minimum insurance standards, and pass a mandatory background check.  

Job Responsibilities: The Early Intervention Mentoring position will be responsible for working directly with students assigned by Winnebago County for mentoring services. Each mentor will work with 4 low to moderate risk youth in an attempt to build relationships, introduce the youth to healthy activities in the community, and expose the youth to healthy role models.  The program will be very individualized in order to meet the needs of each student. The Youth Go mentor must assess each student, and (together w/social worker) develop activities that will best meet the needs of each youth. Mentoring activities can consist of the following: healthy recreational activities, cultural and artistic exhibits or performances, sporting events, exposure to local college or technical school campuses, educational opportunities, youth serving organizations, and community service opportunities.  

Usual Weekly duties include, but are not limited to:• Communicate with Winnebago county social workers to gather/exchange information on students and update on mentoring outings. • Meet with each student once a week for 2-3 hours • Discuss family, peer, and other life issues with students.  Provide positive listening and appropriate feedback as needed. • Learn about community resources and visit these places with the student. • Provide Life-skill assistance, such as hygiene, job-skills, and relationship skills. • Take daily case notes on interactions with each student. • Turn in “monthly log” of appointments and activities to Youth Go and Winnebago County.  

Personal Characteristics: We are looking for a person who is caring, energetic, creative, flexible, enthusiastic, patient, passionate and organized to succeed in this position. The ability to work independently, establish good boundaries and be a positive role model are vital characteristics. 

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Kelly Hicks at  kelly@youthgo.org

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NAMI Fox Valley: Iris Place Peer Companion Subs

Iris Place Peer Run Respite Peer Companion Sub NAMI Fox Valley develops and offers education, support, outreach and advocacy programs to members of our community who are affected by mental illness. The mission of our Iris Place Peer Run Respite program is to provide a safe and welcoming environment with an opportunity for individuals experiencing emotional distress or crisis to grow and change through the support of others with lived experience. Iris Place is run by and for individuals who identify with lived experience with mental health challenges and/or substance abuse. The five-bedroom facility offers a short-term (up to 7-night) stay for guests and provides 24/7 peer support, resources and linkages to community, and improvement of outcomes and quality of life for guests.

Values:  Iris Place is values based, and there is an expectation that staff, volunteers and guests will hold the values of the space. Peer Companions are expected to fully understand and uphold the values of Iris Place. 

Our Values: • We believe that healing happens in relationships. • We believe in hope and that recovery is possible for everyone. • We believe in respect for self and others. • We believe in creating a space that is welcome and healing.

Primary Responsibility and Accountability Peer Companion Subs fill shifts to relieve our full time Peer Companions. Peer Companion Subs have the same support duties as full time Peer Companions, providing peer support to guests and callers through sharing of their own lived experience with mental health challenges and/or substance abuse, listening, supporting and validating the experience of the guest/caller. Peer Companion Subs will be responsible for supporting peers with crisis prevention and diversion from hospitalization, ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for guests and those who call by phone, providing one-on-one and group peer support, complying with all policies and procedures, providing linkages to community resources and utilizing their lived experience to support the needs and wants of guests and callers.

Major Position Functions: The Peer Companion Subs will also be responsible for the following: • Being knowledgeable about the various programs and services offered by NAMI Fox Valley, as well as other peer-based programs and services in the community. • Utilizing active listening skills to assist peers in accessing and connecting with community resources and working toward their Wellness Vision and goals/wants/needs for their stay. • Following and maintaining the values of Iris Place as well as policies and procedures. • Maintaining accurate records of activities, including outcomes data.

Shift Coverage: This position will be responsible for covering shifts upon request if available to do so. The sub pool team will be asked to identify a shift that they are most available for working but may be asked to work other shifts. There is no guarantee that shifts will be available when the sub is available. There is no minimum shift requirement to be a member of the sub pool team. Sub pool team members will be required to attend quarterly sub pool meetings. These meetings will provide updates in policies and procedures as well as an opportunity to update availability for the upcoming quarter. Sub pool members will meet with the Iris Place Program Director on an as needed basis. If a sub takes a shift and is unable to work that shift, it is up to the sub to find a replacement.

Qualifications: • Identify with lived experience with mental health challenges and/or substance abuse and be willing to utilize their lived experience in peer support. • Positive philosophy toward wellness and recovery and demonstrated ability to approach and support individuals through intentional listening, compassion and understanding/knowledge of the mental health system and community resources. • Ability to work effectively and handle multiple concurrent tasks and projects with minimal supervision. • Possess excellent customer service skills. Be able to professionally present self and maintain positive relationships through both internal and external communication. • Ability to work with a variety of individuals. • Demonstrate ethical behavior, cultural awareness and ability to build trust and rapport in all activities involving individuals of diverse backgrounds. • Possess basic computer skills including word processing, data entry and e-mail/Internet. • Ability to lift 25 lbs. • Willingness to participate in training.

Preferred (not required) Peer Support Experience: • Peer Specialist Certification • Recovery Coach Training Certificate • Emotional CPR • Intentional Peer Support • Mental health or substance use recovery support group facilitation •  Alternative Support / Healthy Living Trainers.

For more info about NAMI Fox Valley and the Iris Place Peer Respite program please visit: www.namifoxvalley.org Peer Companion Sub applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to: Paula Verrett, Iris Place Program Director paula@namifoxvalley.org NAMI Fox Valley, Attn: Paula Verrett, 211 E. Franklin Street, Appleton, WI 54911

NAMI Fox Valley is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions at NAMI Fox Valley are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, family or parental status. NAMI Fox Valley values diversity and encourages applications from all qualified individuals.

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Goodwill NCW: FISC/LEAVEN Program Lead Counselor 

Have you done well and now, you want to do good? Goodwill NCW is a not for profit enterprise that supports 26 retail stores, an outlet store, and 27 programs and services in North Central Wisconsin. Every day we work to elevate people and transform communities through our work. As a member of the Goodwill team you have an opportunity to change lives - including your own. If you are looking for an awesome culture that puts people first...all people, then look no further.  

FISC Consumer Credit Counseling Service, a program of Goodwill NCW, is looking for an organized and energetic Financial Counselor/Coach to support our partnership with LEAVEN’s Pay It Forward (PIF) Program.  

The Financial Counselor/Coach will be responsible for overseeing the operation of the Pay it Forward (PFI) program offered in the FISC/Leaven Office. This position will help to improve the lives of people in the community by assisting people with financial issues, including analyzing financial situations and recommending alternatives, teaching money management skills, for the PIF No Fee, No Cost Loan Program, a program developed through a collaborative effort of FISC and LEAVEN that provides loan assistance and financial counseling/coaching to select clients seeking assistance from LEAVEN.  

Successful candidates will have previous financial counseling experience and extensive personal finance knowledge as well as in-depth knowledge of personal finance, money management, understanding of budgets/financial statements, and alternatives available to individuals and families with financial management challenges. Must show respect and sensitivity to a diverse clientele facing a wide spectrum of individual issues. Must be able to adapt to changes in the work environment and manage competing demands. Must be comfortable with public speaking. A four-year college degree is preferred, but not required. Must have the ability to complete NFCC counselor certification within 4 months of hire.

Position Responsibilities: Operations Leadership - Oversee the operation of the FISC PIF program under the direction of the FISC Program Leader. - Perform administrative duties as needed, including scheduling appointments and educational workshops, recording daily statistics for reporting purposes. - Assist in the preparation of the annual PIF Program budget by identifying needs and project costs. 

Community Involvement: - in concert with LEAVEN, Inc., provide support for community outreach as requested. - Coordinate with FISC Operations and LEAVEN, Inc., leadership. 

Counseling/Coaching/Case Management: - Provide one-on-one counseling/coaching to all clients referred by LEAVEN, Inc., for the PIF No Fee, No Cost Loan Program for a minimum of four (4) sessions -Collaborate with LEAVEN case manager on client progress -Discuss cases with other participating FISC counselors. - Document all discussions and agreements with clients as agreed to by LEAVEN, INC., and FISC polices for the PIF No Fee, No Cost Loan Program. - Attend training and continuing education events and read relevant materials, to increase knowledge base and stay current with personal finance and money management trends. 

What I must bring: -A four-year college degree is preferred, but not required. -Some previous financial counseling experience and extensive personal finance knowledge is necessary; a financial counseling background is preferred. -In-depth knowledge of personal finance, money management and alternatives available to individuals and families with large financial management challenges; understanding of budgets and financial statements. -Certification as a Consumer Credit Counselor within first 4 months of employment. -Knowledge of general financial planning concepts desired.

How I will be safe: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. *Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment with extensive team member contact and frequent interruptions. *Primary function require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting; to sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, twist, lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight. *Operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard. *Travel to other locations using various modes of private and commercial transportation. *Verbally communicate to exchange information.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Kendl Behling at  kbehling@goodwillncw.org

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Fox Valley Warming Shelter: Front Line Overnight Staff

A Front Line overnight staff person working between the hours of 11:30 p.m. and 8 a.m. with people experiencing homelessness who are staying at the Fox Valley Warming Shelter in Appleton is needed. Duties include interactions with clients (helping with basic needs, connecting to resources), record keeping and coordination of life at the Shelter. Ability to work with a variety of personality types in a trauma informed care setting is essential. Must be compassionate and self-directed. Bachelor's degree and previous work with people who are homeless (or low income) preferred. Minimum 25 hours a week but possibility of full time after a few months.  Wage: $12 to $13 an hour.   

Contact Lauren Moen at laurenmoen1992@yahoo.com with all inquiries.  Resume required.

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Elizabeth Ministry International Inc: Executive Director 

This full-time position directs the strategic plan, staff & daily operations of a 25 year old international affiliate Catholic Ministry in Kaukauna, WI that offers support and resources to families facing increasingly difficult challenges in the areas of fertility, childbearing and loss, sexuality and relationships.

Qualified candidates will be committed to Catholic teaching on these subjects and have a Bachelors degree and eight years experience leading in the non-profit administrative and/or business sectors. Significant IT familiarity will be helpful.  Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. No additional benefits are offered at this time. Candidates should possess a real passion for their faith and for making a difference in the world. 

To learn more including a complete job description go to www.elizabethministry.com.

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Homeless Connections: Shelter Client Advocate

Homeless Connections, a 36 year non-profit agency, is ending homelessness by connecting individuals and families to resources that promote self-sufficiency and prevent future homeless episodes. The Shelter Client Advocate works as part of a team to provide services to women, men and families who are experiencing homelessness in the shelter program.

  • FULL TIME – 40 hours per week
  • PART TIME –  1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts available 

The Shelter Client Advocate has many responsibilities, some outlined here: - Oversee shift operations of the shelter program in a fast paced environment  - Interview persons applying for shelter, manage waiting list for shelter, complete intakes into shelter  - Collaborate with agency staff to review client cases and make recommendations to aid in client success  - Provide crisis intervention and offer resource information to clients  - Conduct house meetings with clients to help maintain a positive community living environment  - Distribute personal care items to clients (linens & hygiene)  - Collaborate with agency volunteers  - Recap shift events with other staff through written and verbal communication  - Maintain professional boundaries with clients. Maintain agency and client confidentiality.  - Attend staff meetings and trainings  - The overnight Shelter Client Advocate assists with kitchen operations, meal planning and inventory

The full time Shelter Client Advocate compensation starts at $14.20/hour (add $1.50 shift differential for overnight shifts) plus full benefits, including health & dental insurance, life insurance, short term disability, long term disability, vacation pay, sick pay, holiday pay, EAP plan and a retirement plan.  The part time overnight Shelter Client Advocate compensation starts at $13.40/hour and non-overnight is $11.90/hour. 

What are the requirements?  Bachelor’s Degree preferred, high school diploma or GED required. Knowledge of and experience in working with a wide spectrum of individual issues: alcoholism, mental health and physical/mental disabilities.   

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to sara@homelessconnections.net  Or mail: Sara Kranpitz, Finance & Human Resources Director, Homeless Connections, 400 N. Division St, Appleton, WI 54911  We strongly encourage you to browse our website www.homelessconnections.net  Homeless Connections is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI: Mental Health Specialist

Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI has two positions open for a Mental Health Specialist to join the team at Eastwood Crisis Facility.  This 8 bed residential facility provides 24 hour supervision for adults with mental health and/or addictions issues who are experiencing a crisis from any of life's difficult circumstances.  Both positions are for the third shift awake opportunity with hours from 10 PM - 6 AM but can vary.  Weekend hours are required. Pay: $13.00/hr.  Under supervision, the Mental Health Specialist performs work involving the recovery, support and advocacy for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: •De-escalates crisis situations using non-restrictive techniques •Provides support to individuals, advocates and assesses problems and establishes a recovery focused environment within the individual’s home, group living or community. •Establishes and maintains confidential files and records and may be responsible for tracking and reporting on various statistics and demographics. •Identifies emergencies and responds appropriately •Works as part of a community treatment team, including internal and external stakeholders •May facilitate supports groups with an emphasis on recovery and strength based techniques • Transports and escort clients to meetings, services, appointments and other activities •Attends staff meetings and participates in training activities as required •Participates in community advocacy for individuals with mental illness •Assists with medication administration to ensure compliance with prescribed dosages and timeframes. 

PERKS: •Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance •Flex Spending for Dependent & Health Care •Mileage reimbursement •Paid Time Off •9 Paid Holidays •Ability to Contribute to 403B •Employee Assistance Program •Service Awards and Recognition. 

To apply for one of these two positions, please click on this link:  https://rn11.ultipro.com/LUT1001/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*7E681441F370203B

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Fox Cities Building for the Arts, Inc: Building and Gallery Attendant 

Part-time hourly, including some evening and weekend hours. Average of 20 hours per week, with some variation between exhibits and during special events. 

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Building and Gallery Attendant monitors activity in the museum gallery, interacts with visitors to provide information and communicate gallery guidelines and policies, and assists with building security, maintenance, and housekeeping needs. This position requires good customer service skills, attention to detail, and the ability to follow direction. 

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES: • Welcome visitors and familiarize them with the facility, current exhibitions, upcoming programs & events, and benefits of membership. • Observe visitors in the gallery in order to protect the artwork. • Conduct rounds throughout the building to ensure building security and cleanliness. • Provide staff support to the Visitors Service Associate, including handling financial transactions at the front desk and answering phones. • Maintain the appearance of the gallery and information areas. • Assist with office administrative duties as required • Assist at events in a variety of capacities including: help set up events, guides checking-in process, handles transactions, helps tear down and clean up after events • Assist with special projects and other duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS: • Excellent customer service skills • Strong oral communication skills • Excellent attention to detail • Ability to lift and move items of up to 50 lbs.  

Please submit resume and cover letter MOBrien@troutmuseum.com or click on www.troutmuseum.org/Get-Involved/Employment  

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this position description. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.

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