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Columbia County Seeks CPS Social Worker


Columbia County Department of Health & Human Services is recruiting for a Social Worker in the Division of Children and Families. Position involves working in Child Protective Services-Ongoing Case Management. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited Social Work Degree Program. Must be certified or certifiable as a Social Worker. Requires possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and personal transportation. Starting wage: $23.687 per hour. All applicants are required to complete the Columbia County application obtained from the website:

Deadline: May 29, 2017.

IMPACT seeks Campaign Organizer


Impact was created by leading advocacy organizations like Environment America, U.S. PIRG and the PIRG Campus Action project. We build the grassroots action and power it takes to make an impact on important issues. Impact is hiring Campaign Organizers and Interns with positions available in 25 states. Pay is $26,000 in the first year with a competitive benefits package as well as opportunities for advancement. Visit their website to learn more.

World Relief seeks Summer 2017 Interns

Posted 4/11/2017

World Relief Fox Valley is seeking two unpaid interns for Summer 2017. One position is focused primarily on Refugee resettlement, with the other in the "Road to Livelihood" Community Gardens program. Each position is approximately 12-15 hours per week, mid-May-September. See position description and internship requirements for full details.

Taylor County Seeks Children and Families Social Worker

Posted 3/20/2017

The Taylor County Human Services Department has an immediate full-time opening for a Children and Family Services Social Worker.  The CFS Social Worker duties include providing supervision of children who have been adjudicated delinquent or in need of protection or services, develop plans for care/treatment of children and families that are consistent with standards established by DHFS, local circuit court, and agency policies/procedures, arrange and supervise out-of-home care placements, prepare dispositional reports and permanency plans for family reunification or permanence of children, prepare appropriate requests for the extension, revision, and/or change of placement, providing testimony in court when required, arrange supervised and unsupervised visitations between children and parents or guardians and maintain client case records as required.

Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or closely related field. Prior work experience in the child welfare or juvenile justice and/or experience in a human services related field are preferred.  Must have or be able to obtain a Social Work Certification.  A valid driver’s license is required.

A completed Taylor County application is required to be considered for this position. An electronic and printable application is available at Applications will be accepted until Friday, March 31, 2017, at 4:30 p.m. by:




MEDFORD, WI  54451


Columbia County Seeks Social Work Professionals

Posted 3/10/2017

Social Worker - BHLTS
Columbia County Health & Human Services is recruiting for a Social Worker for its Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) program in the Division of Behavioral Health and Long Term Support. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited Social Work Degree Program. Must be certified or certifiable as a Social Worker. Position involves working with individuals of all ages with mental illness or substance use disorders to promote and support their recovery. Knowledge of wraparound, community services, person centered planning, trauma informed care, and facilitating teams is preferred. Requires possession of valid Wisconsin Driver’s License and personal transportation. Starting wage: $23.687 per hour.

Part time position (50%), 18.75 hrs/wk, with Columbia County Health & Human Services (HHS). Responsibilities: provide the general public, particularly older individuals and adults who have physical and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities, with information and assist them in connecting with community options both private and publicly funded. This position assists individuals in identifying needs, determining program eligibility through assessments and functional screens, serves as an advocate, provides decision support related to long term care needs and links individuals with services and resources so that they may live with dignity, respect, health and purpose. This position raises community awareness of the Aging and Disability Resource Center through outreach activities. Education: Bachelor degree (preferably in a HHS related field) or a license to practice as a registered nurse in Wisconsin pursuant to s. 441.06 Stats, and the equivalent of at least one (1) year of full-time experience in a health or human service field, working with one or more of the client populations service by the Aging & Disability Resource Center. Ability to become a certified LTCFS screener within 3 months of hire. Salary wage $21.892.

For more information or to apply, please go to

CPS Initial Assessment Position in Milwaukee

Posted 3/7/2017

The Initial Assessment Specialist conducts assessments of alleged child abuse and neglect. This involves working with families under stress, including interviewing all household members and completing visits to the child's home and other locations to gather information about the presenting situation/alleged maltreatment. The Initial Assessment Specialist may be required to travel to locations located in high risk, disadvantaged or underserved neighborhoods. The Initial Assessment Specialist analyzes information gathered to make judgments about the safety of children and takes measures necessary to insure children’s safety; prepares written and oral testimony for Children's Court appearances; maintains current documentation on caseloads; and works in close cooperation with other social service agencies, hospitals, clinics, courts and community resources in planning to meet the needs of children and families. This position is required to participate in 24-hour on-call rotation to ensure continuous provision of access and initial assessment services for children in the community. For a complete position description, please click here

State of Wisconsin Summer Internships

Posted 2/10/2017

The Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program (SAAIP) is Wisconsin’s Department of Administration - The Division of Personnel Management’s signature program. The Bureau of Affirmative Action (BAA) administers SAAIP and provides students with valuable work experience and training in various branches of state government. The program has existed for over 40 years.  We could not have reached this point without collaboration and support from around the state.

The following position information is relevant to students with Sociology/Outreach interest:






UW Cooperative Extension

Racine County UW-Extension Family Living Summer Intern



UW Waukesha

TRiO Intern



UW Extension

Clark County 4-H/Ag Summer Intern


See here for full details of the positions, by Position ID

Learn more about our program here

Arc Community Services seeks Residential Counselor

Posted 9/23/2016

ARC Community Services, Inc. is seeking weekend staff for our Fond du Lac residential substance abuse
treatment program for women on probation. This is a great position to gain basic social work skills as
well as experience in a variety of issues such as substance abuse, trauma and abuse, criminal justice, and

Duties will include supervising residents, enforcing rules, assisting in gaining independent living skills
(cleaning, cooking, etc.), monitoring visits, charting in client files, and providing encouragement and
support. Candidates must be committed to empowering women to make positive choices and live a
healthy lifestyle. BSW or social work student is preferred. CBRF certification is helpful. Candidates
must be available to work 1st , 2nd , or 3rd shifts on weekends and some holidays. Third shifts are great for
students with plenty of free time to work on schoolwork! Position is 8 to 16 hrs per week. Very flexible
scheduling. Pay rate is $11.66 per hr.

EOE – Minorities are encouraged to apply.

Please e-mail resume to:
Tania Rhoads, CISW, SAC
Program Manager
ARC Community Services, Inc.

Clarity Care seeks Job Coaches

Posted 8/3/2016

Clarity Care has an IMMEDIATE need for job coaches, both part and full time. This would be great for recent graduates looking for full time work, as well as those still in school looking for a part time job in their field!  If this interests any of you, apply ASAP! It is a wonderful organization, and the work truly is rewarding. Apply online today.

ACE Seeks Social and Life Skills Trainer

Posted 7/11/2016

The Alternative Center for Education, Inc. (ACE), is seeking a part-time social and life skills trainer. ACE is a 501c3 organization serving children and adults with learning differences. The ideal candidate for the social and life skills trainer position will possess a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in special education, communication disorders, social work, or a related field and relevant experience working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders, cognitive disabilities, and/or learning disabilities. Click for full details.


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