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Rawhide Youth Services seeks School Based Mental Health Therapist

posted 10.9.2023

Rawhide Youth Services is a faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring and equipping at-risk youth and their families.  Founded in 1965, our mission statement reads:

“Being dependent on God, we inspire and equip at-risk youth and their families to lead healthy and responsible lives through family-centered care, treatment, and education.”

Position Overview:

Promotes and provides therapeutic services to clients and families by assessing, planning, counseling, referring, and coordinating services for  clients and their families during the identified school year months

Learn more about being a Therapist at Rawhide Youth Services –

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provide therapeutic services to clients within the school setting, during the school year
  • Role begins last full week of August through the second full week of June; to allow for 10 weeks off during the
    summer months
  • Maintain clinical record keeping and insurance paperwork
  • Participate in ongoing clinical supervision and consultation

Job Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling or related field
  • Insurance billable status (LPC, LPC-IT, LCSW, LMFT, APSW)
  • Experience in diagnosing and treating a wide array of mental health issues
  • Ability to provide quality individual, group and family therapy
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong team orientation
  • Valid driver’s license

Benefit Overview:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance 
  • Competitive 401k plan
  • 10 paid Holidays
  • PTO, VTO, Wellness Day, & Floating Holiday
  • 5 Weeks Paid Sabbatical Leave
  • Tuition Reimbursement 
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Jury Duty Leave
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Paid Benefits for Birth or Adoption

To learn more about our Rawhide family and benefits check out the following links! 

It is the policy of Rawhide Youth Services, Inc. to comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Department of Health Services and the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

Mayo Clinic Section of Social Work seeks Impatient Social Workers

posted 9.13.2023

Mayo Clinic has been ranked the #1 hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, as well as #1 in more specialties than any other care provider. As we work together to put the needs of the patient first, we are also dedicated to our employees, investing in competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit plans – to take care of you and your family, now and in the future. And with continuing education and advancement opportunities at every turn, you can build a long, successful career with Mayo Clinic. You’ll thrive in an environment that supports innovation, is committed to ending racism and supporting diversity, equity and inclusion, and provides the resources you need to succeed.

The Mayo Clinic Section of Social Work has various positions available in our adult inpatient hospital settings.  The role of an inpatient social worker at Mayo Clinic is to assess and support the needs of the patients during their hospitalization through a variety of interventions.  The inpatient social worker works to complete appropriate psychosocial assessments and provide clinical interventions to address coping/adjustment concerns, support family members and loved ones, complete appropriate mental health and chemical health screenings, and coordinate discharge planning while anticipating potential barriers and assisting the care team in problem solving solutions for a safe dismissal plan. Inpatient social workers collaborate closely with the multidisciplinary team and our local, regional, and national agencies to assist patient/families in setting up post hospital resources.  The inpatient social worker provides services in a culturally competent manner to ensure a safe discharge for our patients.

QualificationsAn MSW degree is required from an accredited Masters of Social Work Program.

License or Certification :Licensure by applicable state requirements. Minnesota: Licensure at the Licensed Graduate Social Work (LGSW) or Licensed Independent Social Work (LISW) level from the Minnesota Board of Social Work (MNBOSW) is required. LGSW/LISW personnel, following 4000 hours of clinically supervised practice are eligible to apply for licensure at the LICSW level, and must do so by 8000 hours. A condition of employment at the LGSW level shall be the ability to practice clinically through a MNBOSW approved Clinical Supervision Plan leading to LICSW attainment. 

Exemption StatusExemptCompensation Detail$62,920 – $106,080 / yearBenefits EligibleYesScheduleFull TimeHours/Pay Period80Schedule DetailsVaried – Mostly Monday – Friday 8am – 5pmWeekend Schedulevaried – some positions do not require weekend workSite Description

Just as our reputation has spread beyond our Minnesota roots, so have our locations. Today, our employees are located at our three major campuses in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, Jacksonville, Florida, Rochester, Minnesota, and at Mayo Clinic Health System campuses throughout Midwestern communities, and at our international locations. Each Mayo Clinic location is a special place where our employees thrive in both their work and personal lives. Learn more about what each unique Mayo Clinic campus has to offer, and where your best fit is.


Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer

As an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer Mayo Clinic is committed to creating an inclusive environment that values the diversity of its employees and does not discriminate against any employee or candidate. Women, minorities, veterans, people from the LGBTQ communities and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply to join our teams. Reasonable accommodations to access job openings or to apply for a job are available.

65+ End-of-Summer Social Work Jobs for Students and Alumni

posted 8.15.2023

Jobs That Help is the largest job board focused on nonprofit career opportunities in Wisconsin and was inspired by Jobs That Serve, the job listings website run by the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee until its closure in 2018.

Current job, internship, and board position openings are listed on our Job Listings, newly submitted jobs are published every business day, and thousands of mission-driven job seekers come to Jobs That Help each week.

Nonprofit, government, and social enterprise (including nonprofit consulting) employers can easily post jobs and access resumes, and job seekers can easily search for job openings and post their resume, helping our mission-driven employers and job seekers find the best match of talent and passion.

Vist the site here. 


Reach Dane Head Start seeks Case Managers

posted 8.10.2023

The Family Outreach Worker (FOW) position is a dynamic role that advocates and supports families with children three to five through home visiting, goal setting, health support, and referrals to community services.  The Stoughton FOW position is 20 hours/week and runs with the school year calendar with scheduled time off for Winter, Spring and Summer breaks. The position is posted as bilingual Spanish preferred, and applicants who do not speak Spanish are still encouraged to apply.

Here is the link with the job description and directions on how to apply for the position:

Reach Dane offers wonderful health benefits, a retirement match after two years of employment, a great deal of support and time to process our work with families (small group mentoring and reflective supervision to name a few), energized and kind people, many internal and out of agency professional development opportunities, and opportunities for growth with our agency.

Employees at Reach Dane are offered full health benefits working 20 hours/week, flexible hours and scheduling, no weekends or holidays and on the job training.

Fleming Psychological Services seeks Therapists

posted 7.27.2023

Fleming Psychological Services is a well-established mental health clinic in Kenosha, WI seeking a full-time State of WI licensed psychotherapist to join our busy practice. We currently employ eight master’s level therapists, and a therapist in-training, who provide outpatient treatment for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. We are in need of someone with experience working with children and adolescents.

Our clinic is conveniently located 5 minutes east of I-94 on Green Bay Road.  The office space is situated in a peaceful and quiet location, centrally located within the city. The space is arranged and decorated with comfort in mind. 

We believe that clients are best served when our clinicians are working together as a team, rather than working in isolation. We host staff meetings, every other week, to achieve this goal. In addition to our clinical staff, we employ an outstanding support staff who manage billing and provide daily support for therapists and clients alike. In addition to the benefits of the team collaboration, we offer a retirement plan and incentive plans to increase your income. 

This is an excellent opportunity for someone who enjoys working in a supportive and collaborative work environment.  If you have interest in this position, please send a cover letter and resume to: Ann Fleming, LCSW at You may also wish to view our website:

 LCSW, LPC or PhD is required. 

ProMedica Hospice in Stevens Point Seeks MSW Medical Social Workers

posted 4.28.2023

Stevens Point, Wisconsin4741 – ProMedica Hospice – Serving Central Wisconsin

ProMedica is a mission-based, not-for-profit health and well-being organization headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. It serves communities in 28 states. The organization offers acute and ambulatory care, an insurance company with a dental plan, and post-acute and academic business lines. The organization has more than 45,000 employees, 11 hospitals, 2,100+ physicians and advanced practice providers with privileges, 1,000+ healthcare providers employed by ProMedica Physicians, a health plan, and senior care services.ProMedica`s senior care division operates 330+ assisted living facilities, skilled nursing centers, memory care communities and hospice, palliative and home health care agencies. Services are provided in 26 states and the majority now operate under the ProMedica brand and Arden Courts. Over the next few months, the rest of our entities under the Heartland and ManorCare names will rebrand to ProMedica.Driven by its Mission to improve your health and well-being, ProMedica has been nationally recognized for its advocacy programs and efforts to address and lead in social determinants of health, champion healthy aging and cultivate innovative solutions. For more information about ProMedica senior care services, please visit

ProMedica Hospice, formerly Heartland Hospice, is currently searching for a full-time Medical Social Worker to support their hospice patients in the Stevens Point and surrounding areas.  

The Medical Social Worker is responsible for providing patients and families psychosocial care regarding economic, social, and emotional needs.

This position requires a Masters in Social Work and current social work licensure in WI.  

In return for your expertise, you’ll enjoy excellent training, industry-leading benefits and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow. Be a part of the team leading the nation in healthcare.

4741 – ProMedica Hospice – Serving Central Wisconsin

Educational Requirements

Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited institution.May require licensure or certificate as required by the state, and in good standing. (if applicable)

Position Requirements

Prefer one year experience in a health care setting. 100% travel necessary on a daily basis. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making skills. Demonstrated ability to work will with an interdisciplinary team. Excellent communication skills. Ability to develop and maintain rapport with the client and family.


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Dane County seeks Social Workers

posted 4.4.2023


The Dane County Department of Human Services (DCDHS) is recruiting for professional Social
Workers. The current vacancies are full-time (1.0 FTE) positions located within the Children, Youth and Families (CYF) Division. The eligible list created from this recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies that occur within the next six (6) months.

Equity, Definition and Examples of Duties

As an employer, we strive to provide a work environment where diversity and differing opinions are valued, creativity is encouraged, continuous learning and improvement are fostered, teamwork and open/honest communication are encouraged, and meeting customers’ needs through quality service is a shared goal. All employees must be able to demonstrate multicultural competence – the awareness, knowledge, and skills needed to work with others who are culturally different from self in meaningful, relevant, and productive ways. Applicants from traditionally underrepresented populations including women, racial and ethnic minorities, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.

Under general supervision, this position provides the full range of child welfare, child protection services (CPS) and youth justice (YJ) – related social work activities assigned to County agencies by state law. These activities provide supervision and services to children, youth and families (CYF). Once hired, employees may have the opportunity to advance to the Senior Social Worker level after meeting the advancement criteria specified in the Employee Benefit Handbook.

Receive, analyze and document reports of alleged maltreatment and unborn child abuse. Perform a gate-keeping function by determining which children and families receive further attention from child welfare. Meet with families to identify and prioritize needs and goals and to consider appropriate available services. Establish service agreements with families that ensure child safety, address identified needs within the family, and are consistent with juvenile court orders. Make referrals to appropriate community services and resources. Maintain regular contacts with schools, treatment providers and other involved professionals to ensure service provision, effectiveness, and family’s progress. Maintain regular contact with the families to monitor progress and to assist them in following the case plan. Prepare factual, accurate and comprehensive petitions and court reports according to agency policy and file them in court within legal time limits. Attend court hearings according to agency policy and effectively/proactively participate in the process. Contact families promptly after case assignment to schedule meetings. Prepare for assessments by reviewing the case record and other available information prior to family meetings. Conduct assessment interviews with family members according to Department protocols and State mandates. Gather additional information from collateral sources to complete assessments. Within required time limits, complete comprehensive and accurate family assessments, taking into consideration family and individual strengths and needs. Conduct initial assessments by reviewing all relevant information, interviewing all persons according to state standards and within mandated response times. Analyze information regarding risk level, child safety, and maltreatment substantiation.

Education, Experience & Special Requirements

Education, Training and Experience:
Applicants with a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Social Work, or who are currently in their final academic semester towards obtaining a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Social Work will be screened through. Applicants with any other major must possess a temporary or permanent Social Work Certification from the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) prior to applying (a training certificate will not be accepted).

All individuals must possess a degree and a temporary or permanent Social Work Certification from the Wisconsin DSPS prior to the first day of employment. If any applicant does not possess a temporary or permanent certification on the first day of employment the job offer will be rescinded and they will be terminated. Candidates with a temporary certificate must obtain a permanent certification within one (1) year in order to pass probation.

Special Requirements:
Must have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record, and access to reliable personal
transportation, or equivalent.

See link for full details and to apply:


Bletzinger Rehabilitation House: Mental Health Residential Aide

posted 2.17.2023

Bletzinger Rehabilitation House: Mental Health Residential Aide                                                      Fulltime, overnights and second shifts. Parttime positions also available.

Are you inspired to make a difference in people’s lives?

 Do you have compassion and a desire to join a diverse staff team to make our community a better place? We have immediate openings at Bletzinger Rehabilitation House for:

  • Resident Service Aide (overnights, third shifts), five nights a week. This is an awake position.
  • We also have a full time opening for a Resident Service Aide on weekends, second shifts (Noon to 9 or 11 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays) and second shifts (3 to 11 p.m.) on weekdays. *Depending on the response, this could be a parttime position filled by two individuals.  

Located in Neenah, Bletzinger Rehabilitation House is a transitional apartment program for people with a mental health and/or alcohol and other drug abuse diagnosis. The mission is to support the individual’s mental health and to assist their efforts to progress to more independent living when ready. Bletzinger provides housing for 10-14 residents (men and women) in a home-like, apartment facility.

Benefits for full time employees include paid time off, health insurance, health savings account and a retirement account. 

STARTING WAGE: $15 to $16 

$500 BONUS AFTER THREE MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT.                                                                 


Job Summary:

POSITION 1: Overnight (third shift) 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., five nights a week. This is an awake position that involves some medication administration, engagement with residents to assist with mental health symptoms, room checks and minor cleaning responsibilities. The ideal candidate will have experience in residential care giving but experience in the field of mental health is not required.

POSITION 2: 2nd shift (noon to 11 p.m. on weekends and 3:00 p.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays) This position involves regular medication administration, engagement with residents to assist with mental health symptoms and occasional cooking responsibilities. The ideal candidate will have experience in residential care giving but experience in the field of mental health is not required.

For both positions, Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) certification is preferred but training will be provided.

To apply, send resume and brief cover letter to Executive Director Scott Peeples at  Phone inquiries, before sending in materials, are encouraged. Call Director Scott Peeples, (920) 725-2271.

Join our consumer-focused, nurturing behavior health professionals as a Resident Service Aide. Each resident’s ultimate goal is to prepare to live more independently and to realize what it takes to live one’s authentic life.  

Become a Youth Mentor with CESA 6

posted 11.28.2022

Make a Difference in a Child’s Life & Become a YOUTH MENTOR


Oshkosh & Fond du Lac


Youth Mentors provide 1-on-1 mentoring services to children with severe emotional disturbances (SEDs) during non-school hours. IYS is a community-based program alternative to long-term care for children diagnosed with SED.  This is a great opportunity to get paid part-time work experience in human services, social work, education, psychology, counseling, and criminal justice.




Ability to work year-round, including summers and school-year.  Ideally we want staff to commit to one full year in the Mentor role.

* We do not hire for the summer only or for just holiday breaks.


Ability to work a minimum of 2 shifts during the week (Mon. – Fri.), plus 2 weekends a month (Sat & Sun.).

  • School-year work hours are approx. 1:30pm – 7:30pm.
  • Weekend and Summer work hours are approx. 9:00am-4:30pm.


Ability to transport clients using CESA6 vehicles or your own insured vehicle.  You must have a valid driver’s license and a driving record with minimal traffic violations. A DMV record check will be completed.

* Mileage reimbursement is provided.


Ability to pass a thorough background check and be a positive role model.  A caregiver background check is conducted for ALL applicants. You must have a positive attitude and be able to follow the rules of the program.


Ability to be actively engaged ​with our very energetic clients (ages 5-17) & participate with them​ in activities such as swimming, biking, running, hiking, basketball, baseball, fishing, etc.


Strong desire to actively engage in kid’s activities. Patient, flexible, understanding, and caring. Reliable & dependable / strong work ethic. Physically willing and able to participate in all client activities.


All applications are submitted through


Lisa Wiercinski – IYS HR Specialist

National Child Welfare Capacity Building Center for Tribes seeks Center Principal Investigator

posted 11.17.2022

he National Child Welfare Capacity Building Center for Tribes has an exciting job opportunity!  We are conducting a national search, and we are reaching out to you because of your experience in working in with Native programs and communities.

The National Child Welfare Capacity Building Center for Tribes has an opening for its Principal Investigator through a Senior Program Associate II position at the Butler Institute for Families, University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work. The Center for Tribes operates through a federal Children’s Bureau Cooperative Agreement. A remote work arrangement is possible for this position, and individuals interested in applying should do so through the DU Job Site:

The National Child Welfare Capacity Building Center for Tribes partners with sovereign tribal Nations to strengthen child and family service systems. The Center delivers culturally responsive and trauma informed capacity building services to tribal child welfare programs receiving federal Titles IV-B and IV-E funding. The Center’s collaborative and relational approach supports programs’ efforts as they work to create healthy futures for Native children, strengthen families, enhance well-being in tribal communities, and preserve tribal cultures.

Manitowoc County seeks After Hours Crisis Worker

posted 11.14.2022

  • General Information
    • Job Title:
      After Hours Crisis Worker
    • Location:
      • 926 South 8th Street
      • Manitowoc, WI, 54220
      • United States
    • Base Pay:
      $50269.00 – $60573.00 / Year
    • Required Degree:
      4 Year Degree

Manitowoc County Human Services Department is seeking a qualified professional to provide After Hours Crisis Coverage.  This position will provide after hours coverage for child protective services, juvenile justice, emergency adult protective services, and mental health crisis intervention services after business hours (evening, weekends and holidays). 

This position will mainly work from home – but must be available to respond to emergency calls during their shift.  This position is scheduled to work approximately 11 shifts per month and is compensated as a full-time position. 

Duties include:

  • Providing child protective services including information, consultation, taking referrals, investigation, intervention and placement.
  • Providing AODA crisis services including information and referral, consultation, intervention, and voluntary and involuntary placements.
  • Providing youth justice related crisis services, including information and referral, consultation, intervention, and placement. 
  • Providing mental health crisis services including information, consultation, intervention, and voluntary and involuntary placements.
  • Generating and maintaining clinical records and reports as per state law, program standards and agency requirements.
  • Providing after hour access (information, referral and consultation) for the Aging and Disability Resource Center and Family Care MCO’s.
  • Providing consultation, and other supportive assistance to other providers and agencies within the emergency services system (law enforcement, hospitals, group homes, etc.)
  • Providing information and access to other services, including but not limited to: adult protective services, emergency housing, fuel and food assistance, and  information and referral.

Social Work Department

(920) 424-1419
Swart Hall, Room 118