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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
more.


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:
trhoads@arccommserv.com
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.

 


by sebenl99 — last modified Sep 23, 2016 01:57 PM