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The Fostering Futures (FF) Collaborative Seeks Director


Fostering Futures (FF) Collaborative is accepting applications for a Director to join its leadership team and direct its statewide programming. The primary role of the Director is to guide teams through the learning process through a combination of motivation, coaching and problem solving. Please take a look at this exciting opportunity!

Door County Seeks Social Worker- Children and Family Services Unit

Posted 1/20/2015

Door County Department of Human Services seeks individual responsible for juvenile court intake, access/assessment, and/or ongoing services in either Child Protection and/or Juvenile Justice Cases. May also assist coordinating the Foster Care program, including but not limited to: recruitment, licensing, supervision, training, support and recognition of foster parents. See posting for full details. Position open until filled.

Oakridge Gardens Rehabilitation and Memory Center seeks Director of Social Services

Posted 12/18/2015

The Director of Social Services assists residents and their families in adjusting to a skilled nursing environment, assists with the care transition process, counsels newly admitted residents and their families, acts as an advocate for them during their stay, and ensures any questions related to patient care, financial matters, or services available are answered.

See full job posting for more information.

Outagamie County Seeks Clinical Therapist

DUTIES: Initial job responsibilities include emergency mental health assessments and adult protective work. Crisis duties include responding to crisis requests, completing mental health assessments, making recommendations regarding level of needed care, provision of short-term therapy, referral to other units or agencies; and sharing after hours crisis coverage on a staff rotation schedule. Adult protective duties include investigations into alleged abuse or neglect, provision of information assistance and options counseling, psychosocial assessment, treatment and short-term case management.

QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree in Social Work with State of Wisconsin Certification; 3,000 hours of supervised mental health experience; knowledge regarding the service delivery system and the needs of the recipient group or group serviced; and one to two years of supervised experience with crisis intervention and adult protective services required.

For more information please see here.

by Clark, Leslie A. last modified Feb 10, 2016 12:10 PM