Student and BSW Employment
Part-time work with Adults with Special Needs
My name is Anne Schauman. I am the director of a small non-profit organization called the Alternative Center for Education (ACE). ACE currently serves a very diverse client base and it has grown difficult for me to attend to all of the different aspects of the business. That said, I am currently looking to bring on a part-time employee (or independent contractor) to help with adult clients in need of social skills training. These clients are typically referred through the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. The ideal candidate is someone interested in part-time work with adults with special needs (Asperger's, LDs, anxiety disorders, etc.). Please contact me for more information or visit our website: http://www.alternativecenterforeducation.com.
Social Worker – Limited Term Employment
Winnebago Mental Health Institute (WMHI) is recruiting for two Social Workers to work in Limited Term Employment (LTE) positions for approximately 6-9 months on the Youth Service Unit. The incumbents will work 30-40 hours per week. Salary is $21.784 per hour for a certified social worker or an advanced practice social worker, and $23.552 per hour for a licensed clinical social worker.
The first position will provide primarily admission assessment, case management and discharge planning services.
The second position will provide primarily mental health treatment groups for the populations on the Youth Services Unit and other areas of the hospital.
Special Requirement: Must be a certified social worker or above in the state of Wisconsin.
To apply, e-mail a résumé to Gina.LippoldRuby@wi.gov. Résumés will be accepted until the needs of the institution are met. Questions may be directed to (920) 235-4910 ext. 2512.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Winnebago County Department of Human Services
Summer Work Crew Coordinator- Temporary Part-Time
Winnebago County is currently looking to fill two temporary Summer Work Crew Coordinator positions. The Summer Work Crew Coordinator is responsible for supervising several youth who have court ordered community service or restitution. Duties include direct supervision, as well as completing the youth’s time cards and maintaining a positive relationship with the community service sites. Summer Work Crew Coordinator would work under the supervision of the Juvenile Restitution Program Coordinator.
- Position One: This position would cover the Neenah/Menasha sites. The sites currently include O’Hauser Park, Riverview Gardens, Heckrodt Wetlands, and Bethesda Thrift Shop. There is a set summer schedule.
- Position Two: This position would cover the Oshkosh sites. The sites currently include St. Vincent de Paul’s Food Pantry, Leach Amphitheater, and Habitat Restore. There is a set summer schedule.
- Each candidate would need to be flexible to assist the other candidate if needed, such as covering time off or assisting of someone is ill. Each candidate must also be flexible if the Juvenile Restitution Coordinator has additional hours available.
Please send Resume to:
Juvenile Restitution Program Coordinator
220 Washington Avenue
Oshkosh, WI 54903
Phone: (920) 236-4662
Fax: (920) 424-7528
Fox Valley Child Advocacy Center - Volunteer
The Fox Valley Child Advocacy Center (FVCAC) provides assessments to children who may have been harmed or hurt. The goal of the center is to protect children from abuse and provide resources to help them heal. The FVCAC brings together professionals and agencies to coordinate their work as they respond to a report of child maltreatment. The center organizes a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) and employs special techniques to investigate allegations of child maltreatment. The FVCAC volunteer assists staff by supervising children in the waiting area and engaging them in activities while staff is speaking with parents and caregivers. Educational opportunities will be provided to social work students to learn more about child protective services, CACs, forensic interviewing, mandated reporting, etc.
Students interested in this volunteer opportunity should contact Connie at email@example.com.
Changes Group Home
Changes Group Home located in New London is seeking candidates for the Professional Facilitator position. Professional Facilitators are responsible for the supervision of male juveniles ages 12-17 court ordered into the program. The duties include providing structure, accountability, mentoring, and guidance to the residents. Youth Care professionals are also responsible for preparing written reports, transporting youth, coordinating services with community professionals and maintaining health and safety standards of exceptional care.
- Position One Hours: every Monday and Tuesday from 4:00 PM-10:00 PM as well as every other weekend. Weekend hours on Friday are 4:00PM-11:00PM and on Saturday/Sunday are 9:00AM-11:00AM.
- Position Two Hours: every Wednesday and Thursday from 4:00 PM-10:00 PM as well as every other weekend. Weekend hours on Friday are 4:00PM-11:00PM and on Saturday/Sunday are 9:00AM-11:00AM.
- Position Three Hours: Friday and Saturday overnight from 11:00 PM-7:00 AM.
Please send Resume to:
Director of Training
3020 Washington Avenue
Plover, WI 54467
Phone: (715) 341-7301
Fax: (715) 341-7580
Family Services of N.E.W., Inc.
Family Services of N.E.W., Inc. is seeking qualified candidates for several open positions including: Crisis Counselor, Therapist and Post-Adoption Coordinator. For additional information and to view all open positions, please visit the Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin website or contact:
Sherri Dessell, MS, SPHR
Director of Human Resources
Family Services of N.E.W., Inc.
300 Crooks Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
Phone: 920-436-4360 x1310
Fox Valley Warming Shelter
Fox Valley Warming Shelter welcomes any interest from students. They are an emergency shelter for homeless men and women and are always looking for motivated volunteers to join their team. If interested in learning more, contact Eric Butters, Volunteer Coordinator, at (920) 419-0928.
Lutheran Social Services
Lutheran Social Services (LSS) has entry-level, part and full time positions open. The job entails supporting adults with mental health issues and/or cognitive disabilities in Oshkosh and Pickett. These jobs have the ability to help your career advance by providing direct services experience necessary for your advanced positions within the human resources field. Open to Human Services, Psychology, or Social Work students.
Extensive paid training is provided. For more information or an application, call 1-888-434-1277 or visit their Open Jobs Listing page. LSS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.