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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:


Design Lab Hiring Pre-Service Teachers (Summer 2023)

posted 3.27.2023

Design Lab is hiring Pre-Service Teachers for Summer 2023

Join the Summer 2023 Design Lab Team!

  • Help deliver high-quality STEAM programing for students grades 3-5
  • Add real-world experience to your professional portfolio
  • Training and professional development workshops included
  • Continuous hiring
  • $22/hour
  • All disciplines welcome!

See flyer below for full details.

PRE-SERVICE Teacher Flier (SU23)


Therapist Internships available at Catholic Charities in Milwaukee, Waukesha & Sheboygan offices

posted 3.17.2023

Therapist Internships available at Catholic Charities in Milwaukee, Waukesha & Sheboygan offices                                                    

Catholic Charities Counseling Services is a state certified outpatient behavioral health clinic providing accessible, culturally competent, high quality mental health services to individuals, families, children, and couples of all faiths and backgrounds.  We recognize the added challenges of people living in poverty and accept patients who do not have any means to pay, as well as those with limited resources. 

Our Mental Health Internship Program’s aim is to complement a student’s coursework with an in-person clinical experience under the supervision of our experienced therapists. Interns will gain experience and professional growth by managing their own clients. Interns will provide in-office psychotherapy and counseling services to a diverse range of clients and diagnoses, with a focus on treating clients with dignity and respect in order to provide the best level of care and support.

Learn more about the clients we serve at

If this sounds like a rewarding and challenging opportunity, students can reach out to me for more information, or to share their resume (, or apply online to any of the internship opportunities:

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.  

Camp Caribou seeks Summer 2023 Social Workers

posted 12.19.2022

Camp Caribou is an overnight summer camp in Winslow, Maine.  We offer instruction in a wide variety of sports and arts to boys aged 7-15. We are currently seeking social workers, unit leaders at Camp Caribou, for the upcoming 2023 summer.  Unit Leaders oversee a group of about 65 campers and become a liaison between the Directors and the camp community.  The Unit Leader will supervise, support, and mentor all campers within their group.  Our hope is that each Unit Leader will connect with all campers, provide assistance to any camper that may be homesick, resolve issues between campers, understand group dynamics, manage behavioral situations, and participate in all of the activities.  
The dates run from June 6th to August 10th, 2023.  The salary range is $2800 to $3800 for the summer season.  All food, lodging, and laundry is covered; and all travel expenses are reimbursed.  
If anyone is interested in becoming a unit leader at Camp Caribou, they can reach me anytime at 207.872.9313 or at this email address.  For more information, please check out or our introductory video: Camp Caribou Introduction
Any students that want to apply can do so through the following link: Staff Application
Paid Summer Internship Opportunities with State of Wisconsin

posted 12.19.2022

Students: Discover how you can make a difference with the State of Wisconsin!

The Wisconsin Student Diversity Internship Program (SWSDIP) offers opportunities for students across the state in various agencies and career areas. This internship program specifically targets students across culturally diverse groups with various lived experiences, representing the global spectrum of ethnicity, gender and ability. The goal of the program is to provide those students with an opportunity to experience the professional work environment of Wisconsin State Government. The program provides students with a paid internship and valuable work experience and training in various branches of state government. Students who are veterans are also strongly encouraged to apply.

Internships are located in 38 counties across the state with 18 different state agencies. There are over 200 in-person, remote, and hybrid work opportunities for you to consider, including over 40 completely remote positions.

There is also an affordable, short-term housing option available with UW-Madison in downtown Madison for the duration of your summer internship! Interested candidates can request more information on housing in their application!

A summer internship with the State of Wisconsin offers a chance for you to:

  • Explore career opportunities related to your interests
  • Gain valuable professional work experience
  • Learn how state government serves Wisconsin
  • Contribute to the mission of a state agency
  • Network with your peers and team members

Salary Information

All positions in this program are paid internships, with full-time and part-time positions available. Refer to the SWSDIP Position Catalog for the specific hourly rate and weekly expected hours for each position. Maximum hourly rates with an asterisk (*) indicate a higher rate of pay may be possible with a higher level of education.

Job Details

These are Limited-Term Employment (LTE) opportunities during the Summer of 2023. Exact position start and end dates are flexible. In general, the positions will start around May 22, 2023, and end around mid-August 2023.

Due to the nature of each position, agencies may conduct background checks on applicants prior to selection.

All state employees must report their COVID vaccination status, whether vaccinated or not and provide supporting documentation if vaccinated. Newly hired employees will be required to submit this information within their first two weeks of employment.

The State of Wisconsin continues to follow necessary health and safety protocols for COVID. Please visit Division of Personnel Management Coronavirus – COVID-19 ( for the most up-to-date information. Guidance may be subject to change.


To be eligible for this program, you must be:

  • Legally authorized to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without agency sponsorship)
  • At least 18 years of age at the time the internship program begins (May 22, 2023)
  • Currently enrolled in, recently graduated from (2022/2023), or planning to attend (2023/2024) a 2-year, 4-year, or graduate school
  • Either a Wisconsin state resident, or living in Wisconsin temporarily while attending school, or living outside of Wisconsin and able to travel to Wisconsin at your own expense as needed for the position
    • Students who are residents or currently live in Wisconsin will receive priority in appointment for positions
    • See LTE resident definition for more information.
  • Professional experience is not required for this program. This program is an opportunity for students to gain professional experience and explore opportunities within Wisconsin state government.
  • Refer to the SWSDIP Position Catalog for specific knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA’s) related to each position. Using the Letter of Qualifications Template, explain how your experience so far is related to the position’s KSA’s, your future career goals, and how the position and this program support those goals.

How To Apply

To be eligible for this program, you must be:

  • Legally authorized to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without agency sponsorship)
  • At least 18 years of age at the time the internship program begins (May 22, 2023)
  • Currently enrolled in, recently graduated from (2022/2023), or planning to attend (2023/2024) a 2-year, 4-year, or graduate school
  • Either a Wisconsin state resident, or living in Wisconsin temporarily while attending school, or living outside of Wisconsin and able to travel to Wisconsin at your own expense as needed for the position
    • Students who are residents or currently live in Wisconsin will receive priority in appointment for positions
    • See LTE resident definition for more information.
  • Professional experience is not required for this program. This program is an opportunity for students to gain professional experience and explore opportunities within Wisconsin state government.
  • Refer to the SWSDIP Position Catalog for specific knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA’s) related to each position. Using the Letter of Qualifications Template, explain how your experience so far is related to the position’s KSA’s, your future career goals, and how the position and this program support those goals.

Deadline to Apply

All applications must be submitted by 11:59pm on February 13, 2023.

DIRECTIONS:1. Select the  link to access our careers site.2. Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one.3. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application. you are a current employee of our organization please use the following link instead:

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.
Professional Services Group Seeks Care Staff in Winnebago County

posted 11.4.2022

Youth Go seeks Part Time Youth Activity Assistant and PACT Assistant

posted 9.12.2022

Part-time Youth Activity Assistant and PACT Assistant

Salary Range: $13-15 an hour

Schedule: 2pm-8pm on Fridays and 8:45am-12:15pm the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month

Qualifications: Experience working with youth in either a volunteer or professional capacity is highly desired. Educational experience in human services, psychology, recreation, education, or a related field is preferred. Must work well with youth of all backgrounds and personality types and be able to handle challenging behaviors. Must have a valid WI driver’s license, the ability to drive agency vehicles as well as be insured under the agency’s auto policy, and pass a caregiver background check. Job Description: This person will join our team to work at our youth center on Fridays with youth in grades 5-12 to help supervise young people, facilitate programs, act as a positive adult role model, and have fun. They will also help our PACT Coordinator on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month where they will volunteer alongside teens as they fulfill volunteer hours in our community.

Volunteer site locations range from Appleton to Oshkosh.

Basic Responsibilities:

● Develop and facilitate interactive activities for students in grades 5-12 (Activities include but are not limited to sports and fitness, recreation, health/personal wellness, creative arts, and life skills)

● Build relationships and provide positive adult role modeling for youth

● Volunteer alongside youth at community non-profits

● Other duties as needed

Personal Characteristics: We are looking for a person who is caring, energetic, creative, flexible, enthusiastic, patient, passionate and organized to succeed in this position. Ability to work independently and within a team, establish good boundaries and be a positive role model is vital.

Please mail or email(preferred) a cover letter and resume to: Email:

Mail: Youth Go – Employment 213 Nicolet Blvd. Neenah, WI 54956

*All materials must be received by 9/16/22 to be considered.

Taylor County Human Services Department seeks Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) Service Facilitator

posted 8.30.2022

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) Service Facilitator


Human Services Department

Starting Range: $23.68 – $27.86

Excellent fringe benefits to include participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System with 6.5% County Match

Part time remote work may be an option.

The full-time Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) Service Facilitator provides community support services to people affected by substance abuse and/or severe and persistent mental illness. The CCS Service Facilitator supports the consumer in a manner that achieves the highest possible level of independent functioning, facilitates the assessment process, documents, mentors and performs discharge planning for the service plan.

Applicant must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Human Services or closely related field. Prior work experience in the service delivery to people with substance abuse and/or severe and persistent mental illness are preferred. Eligibility for or Social Work Certification is preferred. A valid driver’s license is required.

This position may be allowed remote work for a portion of the work schedule, depending on the needs of the position, organization, work unit requirements and employee’s preference.

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 Thursday, September 22, 2022, at 4:30 p.m. by:




MEDFORD, WI 54451 Email:


Taylor County Human Services Department seeks Initial Assessment Worker

posted 8.22.2022



Human Services Department

Starting Range:  $25.76 – $28.79

Excellent fringe benefits to include participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System with 6.5% County Match

The full-time Child Protective Services Initial Assessment Worker duties include providing child protective services assessments on referrals alleging the physical, sexual or emotional abuse and neglect of children and/or threat of abuse or neglect. Employee will determine whether maltreatment has occurred and establish both protective plans and ongoing safety plans and assess the likelihood for future child maltreatment. Employee will arrange for and supervise temporary out-of-home care placements, provide outreach services, provide testimony in court when required and maintain client case records as required.

Individual will be responsible for taking Child Protective Services Access Reports, provide Juvenile Intake services for Court referrals and temporary physical custody decisions.

Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or closely related field. Certification or eligibility for certification as a social worker by the state of Wisconsin is preferred. Should also possess a minimum of two years of professional work experience in child welfare, preferably child protective services. 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 Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 12:00 p.m. by:




MEDFORD, WI  54451



Lane County Behavior Health is Hiring

posted 8.1.2022

Lane County Behavior Health is Hiring



*Lane County is currently offering sign on compensation ranging from $3000 to $15,000 for a two year commitment as well as relocation assistance for some positions. Please see job postings for details.*

We have several teams looking for skilled qualified mental health professionals interested in

client-centered, community based care for the most vulnerable in our community.


Adult Outpatient Team positions includes:

Supervisor (Professional/Technical Supervisor) – Team Access/Jasper – Apply Here

(3) Mental Health Specialist (QMHP/MHS1or2) – Team Jasper – Apply Here

Peer Support Specialist – Team Jasper – Apply Here


Forensic Intensive Treatment Team (FITT) positions include:

  Generalist (QMHP/MHS1or2) – Apply Here

SUDS (QMHP/CADC/MHS1or2) – Apply Here


Aid and Assist/370 Team positions include:

   (3)Community Liaison (QMHP/MHS1or2) – Apply Here

Protective Services Team positions include:

(2)Protective Services Investigator (Abuse Investigator) –Apply Here

Lane County Behavioral Health offers:

Competitive wages: PSS ($17.46-$23.33) MHS1 ($25.42-$33.94) MHS2 ($30.17-$40.32)

Abuse Investigator ($27.23-$36.36), Supervisor ($35.81-$52.67)

Work on collaborative teams to provide comprehensive care. Manageable workload expectations that support quality care. Excellent benefit package including CEU opportunities, licensure supervision, retirement contributions, excellent medical and dental options, paid time off. Potential for student loan repayment. Telework possible for some positions.

For more information and to apply online, see our website at:


Outagamie County Treatment Court seeks Assistants

posted 7.25.2022

Outagamie County Treatment Court Assistant

Salary: $20.00 hourly

Job Type: Limited Term Employment of one year – Part-time 15 to 20 hours per week.

Location: Appleton, WI

Typical Work/Shift: Must be available to be onsite, either Thursday 7:45AM to 11:00AM or Friday 7:45 AM to 11:00AM. Preferred if candidate is available for both days. Approximately 5 to 7 hours per week may be done via telecommuting.

Position Purpose

Reporting to either the Drug & Alcohol, Mental Health, or Veterans Treatment Court Coordinator, this position will assist the treatment court coordinators with administrative work and plans, organizing and entering data and coordinating and monitoring activities of one or more of the three treatment courts.

Key Responsibilities

The following duties are most critical for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

· Assists the coordinators of the Outagamie County Drug and Alcohol Treatment Court, Mental Health Court and the Veterans Treatment Court including assisting in the following duties: screenings, referrals, assisting in determining eligibility, leading and coordinating staffing and activities, making referrals, providing direct case management and coordinating treatment services.

· Organizing and entering data into electronic databases.

· Obtains information from clients, family members, and other agencies to assess needs or degree of dysfunction, assists in establishing goals, developing and coordinating individual case plans; and monitoring established service plans.

· Assists the coordinators in observing and evaluating emotional and physical needs of clients, providing ongoing symptom and medication side effect assessments, and confers with medical staff regarding observations.

· Assists in the development, implementation and monitoring of service plans for individuals.

· Refers participants to contracted treatment agencies best suited for their needs. Collaborates with treatment providers to ensure community resources and service needs match desired program outcomes.

· Maintains knowledge of vocational, housing and other community resources.

· Maintains cooperative relationships with treatment agencies, community organizations, probation departments and other agencies represented on the treatment court teams.

· Documents contacts and services, prepares reports and other written materials and complies with all recordkeeping requirements.

· Maintains accurate records and prepares reports and documentation for court proceedings.

· Maintains readiness to assist colleagues in managing psychiatric and/or medical emergencies experienced by a client.

· Provides individuals and family members with information regarding services available from county, state and federal agencies.

· Attends Division and other meetings as required.

· Maintains regular and predictable attendance, works overtime/extra hours as required.

· Performs other duties as assigned or required.

Education/Certification/Experience Requirements

· Preferred: A minimum of 25 college credits in Social Work, Criminal Justice, Human Services or similar related field.

Application Process:

Email a Cover Letter, Resume and 3 references to:

Clark County seeks Social Workers

posted 7.25.2022

Do you have a passion for positively impacting the lives of families and individuals?

Would you like the option to work from home?

Are you looking for full benefits (health/dental &vision) with additional options including Wisconsin Retirement System, long/short term disability, paid time off, paid holidays and paid mileage?!

Then look no further!

Overview/Purpose of Position:

Clark County Department of Social Services has two openings for full-time Social Workers. The positions will provide case management services to residents of Clark County in the following program area: Child Protective Services, Child Welfare Services, and Juvenile Justice Services.


A Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, plus two years of experience as a Social Worker plus completion of prescribed in-service training preferred. State of Wisconsin Regulation and Licensing Social Work Certification or eligible for a Training Certificate is required.


Starting wage for this position is $26.00 – $32.16 per hour depending on experience. Along with a full county benefit package including health, dental, and vision, Wisconsin Retirement System with County match, disability, paid time off and paid holidays.


Please submit a cover letter, resume, and Clark County employment application to Personnel Manager, 517 Court Street- Room 205, Neillsville, WI 54456 or apply online at Applications will be accepted positions fill.

Clark County is a CRC/EOE/ADA employer

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services seeks Outreach Specialist and Case Manager

posted 6.29.2022

Prevention Outreach Specialist

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services

Are you an engaging speaker looking to make a difference in our community?  We are looking to for a Prevention Outreach Specialist who will work with a variety of groups throughout Dane County and tailor presentations and workshops that raise awareness around domestic violence issues.  If you have effective public speaking skills, and experience planning and co-facilitating workshops, we would like to hear from you!  Please see our website for more information.

Case Manager

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services

Help domestic violence survivors rebuild their lives.  Assist clients overcome their challenges and celebrate their success by their side!  This position is perfect for you if you are dependable, people-oriented, adaptable, flexible, and detail-oriented.  No two days will be the same – each client comes to us with their own unique situation.  We are looking for passionate staff to provide comprehensive, trauma-informed case management services to include Crisis Management, Safety Planning, Resource Referrals, Parenting Support and more.  Please see our website for more information.

Taylor County seeks Clinical Services Unit Social Worker/Case Manager

posted 6.29.2022




Human Services Department

Starting Range:  $23.68 – $25.07

Excellent fringe benefits to include participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System with 6.5% County Match

The Taylor County Human Services Department has a full-time opening for a Clinical Services Unit Social Worker/Case Manager.  The Clinical Services Unit Social Worker/Case Manager will provide case management services, outreach, assessments, develop case plans, initial screening, coordinate diagnosis/assessment, rehabilitation, treatment and support services, provide crisis intervention services and maintain a working knowledge of the legal rights of people affected by severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorders and maintain client case records as required.

Applicant must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Human Services, Psychology, Nursing or closely related field. Certification or eligibility for certification as a social worker or registered nurse in Wisconsin, as well as, two years of work experience in service delivery to people with severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorders is preferred. A valid driver’s license is required.  This position may be allowed remote work for a portion of the work schedule, depending on the needs of the position, organizational and work unit requirements and employee’s preference.

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 Wednesday, July 20, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. by: 




MEDFORD, WI  54451



ACC Community Connections seeks Forensic Case Manager in the Fox Valley

posted 6.21.2022

ACC Community Connections currently has an opening for a forensic case manager position within theagency. This position is located in the Fox Valley, with potential for outlying counties in Manitowoc/Sheboygan. Below is the website (and the job posting) for those that might be interested in learning more about the agency. ACC Community Connections contracts with the Department of Health Services for a number of programs. 
Case managers can work from home and manage their schedule pretty independently. Caseloads average about 8-15 clients. Case managers provide the majority of their case management “out in the field” visiting institutions, home visits, and meeting with community providers. We offer the ability to flex their schedules during the week to attend personal events as well as paid lunches. We have strong support staff that is available to case managers to help coach, mentor, and support. No two days are the same!
See full details and apply below: 
Oshkosh Housing Authority seeks Social Service Coordinator

posted 5.23.2022

Apply here:

Social Service Coordinator


1. A Bachelor of Social Work or degree in Psychology or Counseling is preferable. Experience in mental health encouraged.

2. Two to three years experience in social service delivery with the elderly and/or disabled populations.

3. Demonstrated working knowledge of supportive services and other resources in the area.

4. Demonstrated ability to advocate, organize, problem-solve and provide results for the residents they serve.

Objective of the position:

The Social Service Coordinator (SSC) must work from an empowerment model. The goal of the program is self-actualization of residents. Residents should do as much as they are capable of doing themselves.

The SSC works in conjunction with the property manager and housing nurses. The SSC and manager maintain a mutually respectful, collaborative relationship.


1. Provides general case management which includes needs assessment, education (services available and application procedures) and referral of residents to service providers in the general community.

2. Serve as a liaison to community agencies, networks with community providers and seeks out new services available to the residents.

3. Monitors the ongoing provisions of services from community agencies and keeps the case management and provider agency current with the progress of the individual. Manages the provision of supportive services where appropriate.

4. Maintain a resource directory. This directory may include a listing of state and/or local service providers that residents can contact for assistance.

5. Sponsors educational events which may include subjects relating to health care, agency support, life skills, referral sources, etc.

6. Assist property management in resolving lease violations to prevent resident terminations.

7. Assists the residents in building informal support networks with other residents, family and friends.

8. Facilitates the formation of Resident Associations within the property if the residents are interested. The formation of these groups assists the residents in planning social events, organizing activities and discussing daily life issues.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $25.88 – $26.40 per hour


  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible schedule
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan
  • Vision insurance


  • Monday to Friday


  • Bachelor’s (Preferred)

Work Location: Multiple Locations

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College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University seek Clinical Counselor/Clinical Social Worker

posted 5.19.2022

The Well-Being Center at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University invites
applicants for the full-time, benefit-eligible position of Clinical Counselor/Clinical Social Worker.

The Clinical Counselor/Clinical Social Worker provides individual and group counseling, and
outreach and consultation services to enrolled undergraduate and graduate students who
present with a wide range of personal and academic concerns. This is a generalist counseling
position with an expectation of strong multicultural counseling skills (working with BIPOC and
LGBTQ+ students) as well as clinical competency in trauma-informed counseling, sexual
assault/violence, depression, anxiety, adjustment, and relational concerns. The Clinical
Counselor/Clinical Social Worker is under the administrative supervision of the Executive
Director of the Well-Being Center.

The College of Saint Benedict (CSB) is a liberal arts college for women, and Saint John’s
University (SJU) is a liberal arts college for men and a graduate School of Theology and Nursing
for both men and women and is also the home of the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library and the
Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research. The campuses are located in the
central lakes area of Minnesota, surrounded by more than 3,000 acres of pristine forests,
prairies, and lakes. The campuses are minutes away from St. Cloud, an increasingly diverse
regional center with a population of over 100,000, and 70 miles from Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Some CSB+SJU faculty and staff choose to reside locally, while others commute from the Twin
Cities. Both St. Cloud and the Twin Cities offer a wide range of fine arts, cultural, dining,
recreational, and sporting opportunities.

CSB+SJU are Catholic colleges in the Benedictine tradition enlivened by values of community,
hospitality, stewardship, and justice. The schools are dedicated to cultivating an equitable,
inclusive community founded on respect for all persons. Students, staff and faculty from many
diverse belief systems and backgrounds collectively bring a rich dimension to the academic,
cultural, and religious experience at CSB+SJU. Learn more in our Institutional Statement on
Diversity and in our brochure regarding Higher Education in the Catholic and Benedictine

With a total enrollment of approximately 3,200 students, CSB+SJU are unique in all of higher
education, distinguished by their commitment to the holistic transformational development of
women and men within the context of a unified, coeducational experience. All students, faculty,
and staff have the opportunity to experience and engage with the two institutions. For further
information, see
CSB+SJU offer competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits program.

1. Provide individual and group counseling and psychotherapy services to undergraduate
and graduate students.
2. Provide appropriate professional assessment, diagnosis, and/or referral services as
3. Provide crisis intervention, including after-hours Counseling and Psychological Services
coverage (via cell or home phone), when needed.
4. Design and deliver outreach programs and psycho-educational workshops focused on
student development, mental health concerns, and health enhancement.
5. Provide consultation services to students, parents, faculty and staff, and external
6. Complete professional development and continuing education activities per licensure
requirements (e.g., Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy, Minnesota Board
of Social Work, Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy, Minnesota Board of
7. Engage in campus community committee work as assigned by Executive Director and/or
as time permits.
8. Additional duties as assigned.

1. Master’s degree in clinical psychology, counseling psychology, social work, marriage and
family therapy, or related field from an accredited program.
2. Licensed or license-eligible in the state of Minnesota in a mental health profession.
3. Demonstrated ability in providing clinical services (individual and group) and outreach
services to young adults. Experience providing services to college student populations
4. Demonstrated multicultural counseling skills (working with BIPOC students and LGBTQ+
students). This includes an emphasis on race/ethnicity, sexual orientation and identity,
gender identity and expression, and socioeconomic status.
5. Demonstrated clinical competency in trauma-informed counseling, sexual
assault/violence, depression, anxiety, adjustment, and relational concerns.
6. Ability to interact and communicate professionally with students, administrators, faculty,
staff, and concerned others.
7. Bilingual abilities preferred.

Applications are accepted online by clicking on “Apply”. Candidates are asked to complete the
application form and submit a letter of application and resume.
If you require an accommodation to participate in the CSB+SJU hiring process, please contact
Human Resources at (320) 363-2508 or
It is the policy of CSB+SJU to conduct a pre-employment background check. An offer of
employment is contingent upon a successful background check. The College of Saint Benedict
and Saint John’s University also utilize E-Verify as part of its onboarding process to confirm work
The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University are Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employers.

Hopeful Haven Inc. of Beaver Dam seeks Foster Care Case Manager

posted 5.18.2022

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Foster Care Case Manager
Position Title: Case Manager
Full or Part-Time: Part-Time
Hopeful Haven, a child placing agency that works with Wisconsin State Department of Children &
Families to provide positive and supportive homes for children as well as appropriate supports.
The Foster Care Case Manager is responsible to the Executive Director.
The Case Manager delivers trauma-informed professional level social work case management services to
children & families placed in foster care; and performs other duties required.
• The Case Manager must recognize and quickly communicate to the Clinical Supervisor and/or
Executive Director, situations that may have serious adverse effects on the health, safety or
welfare of foster children and/or parents.
• Transport foster children to and from visits with their natural parents and/or siblings and other
transportation issues.
• Supervise visits between children and their parents.
• Clearly and accurately document visit activities in an objective manner.
• Communicate with collateral contacts in a professional manner. Be available for crisis-on-call
coverage as assigned.
• Implement the approved case plan of the placing county
• Maintain licensing standards as determined by the professional board and DCF expectations
• Basic writing skills and ability to record observations.
• Ability to follow directions.
• Minimal requirements of BSW and must be certified within 1 year of employment.
• Be a certified social worker for the State of Wisconsin per DCF 56.
• Be at least twenty-one years of age.
• Excellent driving record- allowing insurability at a reasonable cost to HOPEFUL HAVEN, INC., a
current driver’s license, a car in good working condition with seatbelts, insurance if employee will
be driving as a part of the job assignment.
• Full background checks including, three references, and FBI Criminal History Background check
must be completed by all employees who will have unsupervised access to children or vulnerable
• Employees should have a minimum of one year’s experience working with children; have a sense
of humor, a willingness to help and to be flexible and comfortable with people of different
• Possess the skills and abilities to work successfully with the challenging behavior of children in
foster care.
• The Case Manager must be able to recognize when to seek guidance or direction from their chain
of command and be sensitive to issues that may extend beyond his or her immediate job
• Computer competence including but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Docs, Calendar,
and similar programs.
• We are expected to adhere to normal office hours. You must be able to work evenings to
accommodate clients and families and your schedule may change with approval from E.D. You
must be willing and available to do crisis-on-call coverage as needed.
• Mileage driven will be reimbursed at the current Hopeful Haven, Inc. mileage reimbursement rate
per the Employee Handbook.
• Employees shall follow all Hopeful Haven, Inc. policies regarding client confidentiality and will be
required to sign a Statement of Confidentiality form.
• Additional expectations, policy, and procedures are outlined in HOPEFUL HAVEN, INC. documents.
Community and agency environment that includes driving daily. Ability to lift up to 50lbs

Northern Light Acadia Hospital (Maine) seeking Behavioral Health Home Coordinators

posted 5.18.2022
Are you interested in making a difference in the livesof others while maintaining a flexible schedule and good work/life balance?

Northern Light Acadia hasseveral positions available for Behavioral Health and Integrated Behavioral Health Coordinators. Our Integrated Coordinators partner with schoolsand/or Primary Care officesthroughout the state. Be part of a team that provides a holistic form of behavioral health, case management that promoteshealth, independence, and dignity while targeting behavioral and physical health needs. An ideal candidate ispassionate, organized, and has a strong desire to empower others to improve their lives.

-Provide holistic case management to those in your community
– Work from home opportunities; equipment provided
– Team-based approach and atmosphere
– Option of 4/10-hour workdaysafter 6 monthsof good performance
– Opportunitiesfor advancement within Northern Light Health
– Flexible schedule
– Mileage reimbursement
– Tuition reimbursement
– Health, dental, vision, and retirement benefits; generouspaid time off


-Greater Rockland Area – RSU13 #1006 (Bachelor’sRequired)
– Greater Belfast Area – RSU71 #2813 (Bachelor’sRequired)
– Greater Bangor Primary CarePractices#3105 (Bachelor’sPreferred)
– Waldo/Knox Counties#2322 (Bachelor’sRequired)
– Greater Bangor Area #2851 (Bachelor’sPreferred)

To apply, visit and search by Job ID(above) or keywords”Behavioral Health Home Coordinator”

Wisconsin Department of Corrections seeks General Population Social Workers

posted 5.18.2022

The Department of Corrections is focused on public safety through the custody and supervision of those in our care. Corrections employees have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of others through careers in a variety of fields. Using cutting-edge research and evidence-based approaches, employees implement lasting change with a positive impact for the people of Wisconsin.

The Department of Corrections is accepting applications on a continuous basis for General Population Social Worker positions located in facilities throughout the state. Eligible candidates will be placed on an employment register and be invited to interview for vacant positions as they occur.

The Wisconsin Department of Corrections offers…

·         Immediate coverage under the Wisconsin Retirement System.

·         Health insurance plans to meet your needs.

·         Supplemental retirement savings programs.

·         Sick leave. Unused sick time can be converted to extended health care benefits on retirement.

·         120 hours paid vacation each year.

·         36 hours paid personal days each year.

·         9 paid legal holidays per year.

For more information about the benefits of working for the State of Wisconsin, please click HERE. Part-time employees will receive some of the benefits listed above on a prorated basis. Applicants only interested in part-time employment of less than 60% may not be eligible for The Wisconsin Retirement System or insurance benefits.

Position Summary

This position assesses assigned persons in our care problems and capabilities; formulates a case plan; monitors progress; provides counseling; and develops and refers inmates to appropriate institution and community resources upon transfer or release.  Some of the tasks are governed by Administrative Rules, Department of Corrections and/or Institution mandates.  In addition, treatment efforts are coordinated with other institution and unit staff, parole agents, the inmate’s family and/or community resources. 

Salary Information

The entry level is in pay schedule/range 12-06 with a starting pay rate of $25.78 per hour, plus excellent benefits.  The senior level is in pay schedule/range 12-08 with a starting pay rate of $28.70 per hour, plus excellent benefits.  Candidates new to state service are eligible for a sign-on bonus of $2,000. Pay on appointment for current state employees may vary according to the applicable pay transaction provisions of the Compensations Plan, Wisconsin Administrative Code, and statutes.  A twelve-month probationary period is required. 

Job Details

Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States (i.e. a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, or an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without DOC sponsorship) at the time of application.

The Department of Corrections may conduct pre-employment drug screens.  Any applicant who is offered employment in a position which requires a pre-employment drug screen must pass the screen as a contingency of employment.

The Department of Corrections will conduct criminal background checks on applicants prior to selection.  Upon hire, all new DOC employees are subject to fingerprinting.

All state employees must report their COVID vaccination status, whether vaccinated or not and provide supporting documentation if vaccinated. Newly hired employees will be required to submit this information within their first two weeks of employment. The State of Wisconsin continues to follow necessary health and safety protocols for COVID.  Please visit Division of Personnel Management Coronavirus – COVID-19 ( for the most up-to-date information. Guidance may be subject to change.


Applicants must possess a Social Worker credential issued by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services in the form of a Social Worker Training Certificate, Social Worker certificate, Advanced Practice Social Worker certificate, Licensed Clinical Social Worker license, or Independent Clinical Social Worker certificate.


·         Experience applying social work methods and treatment techniques

·         Knowledge of dynamics of human relations, including the dynamics of dealing with intellectual, academic, emotional, physical or social disabilities

·         Experience facilitating group and individual counseling

·         Knowledge of culturally different values

·         Experience applying motivational interviewing techniques

·         Experience identifying and solving problems

·         Knowledge of investigation procedures

·         Experience in case planning

·         Knowledge of community resources and support programs

NOTE: To be considered at the Senior level, applicants must meet the above special requirement AND have 12+ months of social work experience with correctional clients or 2+ years of social work experience in another state, county, or tribal agency (other than DOC).

How To Apply

To apply, click on “Apply for Job” to start the application process.  Follow the steps outlined in the application process and submit your application. 

Application materials will be accepted on a continuous basis. All candidates determined to be eligible will be placed on a register and be invited to interview for vacant positions as they occur.

Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration (transfer, voluntary demotion, or former employees as a reinstatement) must complete the application process in order to be considered.

Questions can be directed to Dianna McNall, HR Specialist-Advanced, at

The State of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce.

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services seeks Security Operations Associate

posted 5.11.2022

SECURITY OPERATIONS ASSOCIATE – Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)

Greet clients and residents while you monitor the safety and security of our emergency domestic violence shelter facility.  If you remain calm in emergency situations and want to be part of a team committed to strengthen and empower the families using our services, this is the position for you.  The current openings are primarily weekend shifts.  $15.60/hour + 75¢/hour during overnight shifts.

See the DAIS website for more information!

Lane County Oregon hiring Mental Health Specialists

posted 4.28.2022

Good Afternoon from Eugene Oregon!

Lane County Behavioral Health is hiring for several entry level and advanced career positions, perfect for folks with counseling, psychology or social work degrees. These Mental Health Specialist (MHS) positions include working on adult outpatient treatment teams, working with forensic clients who are engaged in the fitness to proceed process, clients who are being engaged through our Forensic Intensive Treatment Team (FITT) and our Civil Commitment team.  They also have one supervisor position currently open supporting an adult outpatient team and our Access team which provides intake and assessments for new or returning clients. 

If you are interested in working in the gorgeous Willamette Valley, for a client-centered, trauma informed organization with competitive wages, robust benefits package and growth opportunities, this would be the place for you!

Rec #


Closing Date

External Posting Link


Sr MHS – Civil Commitment Investigator



MHS  (SUDS) – FIT Team



MHS – Aid and Assist



MHS (Gen) – FIT Team



MHS – Adult OP



MHS – Adult OP



MHS – Adult OP



MHS – Aid and Assist



Supervisor – Adult OP

5/2/2022[0]=mental%20health%20building%2C%20eugene&department[0]=Health%20%26%20Human%20Services&sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&page=1&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs for Non-Profit Careers in WI

posted 4.28.2022

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.

We hope you find Jobs That Help useful, and we would be delighted if you shared us with others. In addition to connecting with us on Facebook, on LinkedIn, on Twitter, and on Instagram, please feel free to post or share our flyer and hand-out.

If you have any questions or need any assistance in publicizing your job opening or making the most of your job search, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

Oak Park Place hiring Multiple Positions throughout WI

posted 4.25.2022

Do you find joy in helping others? At Oak Park Place, our goal is to Share our GIFTS to enhance the lives of those we serve. If this sounds like your calling, we want to talk to you. Share your gifts and make a difference in the lives of seniors every day! 

View current openings and apply today at:

Northern Light Acadia Hospital in Maine seeks Clinicians and Behavioral Health Coordinators

posted 4.21.2022

Northern Light Acadia Hospital in Maine has exciting opportunities for Clinicians and Behavioral Health Coordinators. The majority of these opportunities offer sign on bonuses. Interested candidates can visit the website and enter the corresponding job ID to learn more or apply. Jobs with * indicate remote opportunity


Substance Use Disorder Program

Psychiatric Clinician II/CCPC


Adult – Outpatient

Psychiatric Clinician II/LCSW


Behav Hlth Consult Prof Svcs

Psychiatric Clinician II/LCSW


Healthy Life Resources (JAX Lab)

Psychiatric Clinician III/LCSW


Integrated Behav Hlth Clinic (Brewer Family Medicine/Corporate Drive)

Psychiatric Clinician III/LCSW


Integrated Behav Hlth Clinic (St. Joes)

Psychiatric Clinician II/LCSW


Integrated Behav Hlth Clinic (EMMC Husson Family Medicine)

Psychiatric Clinician II/LCSW


Observation Unit

Psychiatric Clinician I/LMCSW


Pediatric Day Treatment Clinic

Psychiatric Clinician II/LCSW


Pediatric Day Treatment Clinic

Psychiatric Clinician II/LCSW


Adult Inpatient

Psychiatric Clinician I/LMCSW


Adult Inpatient

Graduate Clinician Orientee


Pediatric Inpatient

Psychiatric Clinician I/LMCSW


Workforce EAP

EAP Counselor/LCSW


Workforce EAP

EAP Counselor/LCSW

 Behavioral Health Home Coordinator: 8541, 9083, 7418, 7207, 7051, 5755, 4059, 8540, 8771

 Contact Barbara Richard at with questions. 

Dane County seeks Applicants for Domestic Abuse Intervention Services

posted 4.14.2022

Lead Shelter Advocate– Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)

Provide comfort, support and resources for residents and their children in our emergency domestic violence shelter.  While assisting residents with their daily living needs and helping to connect them to resources in our community you will be part of the solution as they begin to rebuild their lives.  Will you be the primary contact person who helps to coordinate the needs within the shift and works to build a safe community based on respect within our shelter?  Current openings are 1st shift (6am-2pm) and 2nd shift (2pm-10pm).  See our website for more information.

Shelter Staff Coordinator – Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)

Are you the person to lead our team of Shelter Advocates?  In addition to providing direct services to our clients, our Shelter Staff Coordinator is responsible for providing supervision, support, leadership and guidance to our shelter staff and volunteers.  You will work closely with our Shelter Program Manager to develop and provide training to shelter staff as we continue to improve the ways in which we can best serve our clients.  If you can problem solve and remain calm in a crisis and are a positive, energetic and effective leader, we want to hear from you.  See our website for more information!


NYPCC Hosting Recruitment Session for FT Remote Mental Health Therapists

posted 4.8.2022

 This event is great for current or recent Graduate Students pursuing a career in Mental Health.

About this event

Attend NYPCC’s College Hiring Recruitment Session and learn more about the Full-Time Remote Mental Health Therapist roles we are actively hiring!

This event will share information about NYPCC and our open roles. There will be dedicated time to ask questions and hear from industry leaders.

Here’s what we are looking for:

  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred, but not required
  • Master’s Degree in Social Work
  • Excellent engagement and interpersonal communication skills
  • Entrepreneurship – Have the ability to work independently with the right amount of supervision, guidance and training customized to the needs of our Therapists so that they can provide life-changing therapeutic sessions


Why work with NYPCC:

  • 100% Employer-Sponsored: Medical, Dental & Vision for Employees
  • Student Loan Assistance: We offer student loan repayment assistance and a loan forgiveness program to staff
  • Competitive Pay: Work remotely and receive reliable competitive pay


Ready to apply now?

Email your resume to or apply online at


Learn More:


Eau Claire Area School District seeks School Social Workers

posted 3.31.2022


The Eau Claire Area School District (ECASD) is currently looking for 6 additional school social workers to join their district for the 2022-2023 school year. These positions are responsible for creating and maintaining connections between home, school, and community to increase students’ social/emotional/behavioral functioning to improve academic achievement at the elementary school level.

 The ECASD Job Listing and Application and School Social Work Job Description are linked and provide more information on the role of this position and how to apply. 

Potential applicants can reach out to Kaying Xiong, Executive Director of Student Services at or 715-852-3036 with further questions.


Catholic Charities is Hiring Multiple Positions

posted 2.18.2022

Catholic Charities is a Top Workplace, whose staff impact the lives of more than 40,000 individuals in Southeastern Wisconsin. The programs and services that we provide at Catholic Charities focuses on the needs of the individual, We meet them where they are at and provide all services with dignity and respect. Services are available to anyone in need, regardless of race, religion, country of origin, or financial circumstances.

Behavioral Health Therapist 2.22

Hoarding Interventionalist 2.22

Outreach Case Managers 2.22


Washington DC Public Schools seeks MSW

posted 1.25.2022

DC public school students need your expertise, passion and leadership.

DCPS is looking for highly motivated and skilled talent to join their team. They seek individuals who
are passionate about transforming the DC school system and making a significant difference in the lives of public school students, parents, principals, teachers, and central office employees.

DCPS serves 50,000 students in the nation’s capital through the efforts of approximately 4,000 educators in 118 schools.

As part of a comprehensive reform effort to become the preeminent urban school system in America, DCPS intends to have the highest-performing, best paid, most satisfied, and most honored educator force in the nation and a distinctive central office staff whose work supports and drives
instructional excellence and significant achievement gains for DCPS students.

See full position description and details to apply here: DCPS Position Description_ Social Worker


Catholic Charities is hiring Multiple Social Workers across WI

 posted 12.13.2021

Catholic Charities continues to evolve and adapt our services to meet the needs of those in our community by assisting in removing the barriers to community resources and respond to human need.  We serve individuals and families throughout Southeast Wisconsin who would otherwise go without these services, due to a variety of reasons including accessibility to the needed care and support.

Our teams work collaboratively to support and guide our clients on their journey of navigating and overcoming the challenges affecting their everyday life.  We are passionate about providing quality and compassionate care to those in most need in our communities while treating everyone with dignity and respect.

We are looking to add several driven individuals that are passionate about helping those most in need within our communities to our team. Catholic Charities offers ongoing professional development opportunities and mentorship to help individuals grow and excel in their careers as well as be able to provide the best level of service to those in most need in our communities. We are currently recruiting for:

Click above to learn more about each! 
Oneida Nation seeks Indian Child Welfare Social Worker

 posted 12.1.2021

POSITION TITLE: Social Worker/Case Manager (Indian Child Welfare)
POSITION NUMBER: 03146/02541
DEPARTMENT: Family Services
LOCATION: 2640 West Point Rd Green Bay WI
DIVISION: Governmental Services
RESPONSIBLE TO: Family Services Supervisor
SALARY: E05 $45,961/Annually
POSTING DATE: November 1, 2021
CLOSING DATE: Until Filled
Transfer Deadline: November 8, 2021
Proposed Start Date: As Soon As Possible
Position Summary: 
Promote and accomplish the mission and objectives of the Family Services Department by providing services necessary to
meet the spiritual, emotional, physical and intellectual well-being needs of the children, youth and families. Provide case
management services to families involved in alleged or adjudicated abuse. Services to be provided in a respectful manner that
strengthens, empowers and is culturally sensitive. Ensure that services are provided efficiently and with best practice
standards of the Oneida Nation. Continuation of this position is contingent upon funding allocations.
The Oneida Nation does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability status in
employment or the provision of services. However, individuals of Indian ancestry and Veterans will be given preference by law
in initial employment or re-employment.
Commnunity Works, FDL seeks Youth Services Mentor

 posted 11.17.2021

Job Description

Community Works is an agency which works in partnership with other community entities to provide excellent care and service to youth involved in the social service system. We are looking for dynamic individuals who enjoy working with youth, embraces outside of the box thinking, is creative and responsible, and has excellent problem solving skills. This position is responsible for daily supervision and social skills coaching of youth and implementing established treatment goals. Activities and interactions with youth have an emphasis aimed to enhance youth independence and social activity as well as increased learning and usage of daily living skills.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Facilitate effective communication between youth, family members, staff and all collateral contacts
  • Supervise youth in social settings including their home and within the community
  • Review and apply agency policies, procedures and philosophies
  • Address goal attainment of each youth
  • Planning and implementation of activities for individual sessions in accordance with established goals
  • Notify supervisor of need in modification of goals or progress or when crisis situation should occur
  • Attend team meetings as required and communicate effectively to the youth’s team to ensure progress is being made
  • Attends and fulfills all training and continuing education to care for the youth population served by the agency
  • Provide transportation services as needed.
  • Provide factual documentation in an objective manner per program standard and by established deadlines
  • Must be willing to work flexible schedule including early evenings as needed
  • Must demonstrate professionalism
  • Other tasks as assigned

Knowledge and Skills 

Must adhere to mission and policies of Community Works

Must meet requirements of driver policy

Knowledge of human behavior and group dynamics preferred

Knowledge of interpersonal relations and social interactions preferred

Knowledge of community resources helpful

Knowledge of trauma-informed care preferred

Assist with youth needs to meet goals

Ability to determine realistic goals of youth and plan appropriate approaches to achieve them

Ability to work and communicate effectively with others

Ability to handle crisis situations

Ability to work as a team

Ability to be self-motivated and work independently

Possess adequate verbal and writing skills

Education and Experience

Youth Worker staff shall have at least one of the following qualifications to be considered:

  • Minimum high school diploma or equivalent, Bachelor or associate degree in social work or related field preferred
  • At least one-year experience working in a program with a youth population
  • Certification as a child and youth care worker under the standards of the Wisconsin Association of Child and Youth Care Professionals-or other department –recognized certifying authority.

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $12.00 – $18.00 per hour


Glenwood Resource Center in Glenwood, Iowa seeks Social Worker

 posted 11.11.2021

Job Duties (in part:)Function as the primary liaison with individuals in care, families/guardians, community providers, case managers, Department of Human Services (DHS), regional/county mental health and disabilities staff, staff from Managed Care Organizations (MCOs), internal teams and others invested in outcomes for individuals supported at GRC. The social worker must establish and maintain effective working relationships, promote inclusion and participation of individuals in treatment planning and promptly respond to all communications. Maintain an ongoing, open dialogue with individuals and their guardians/families so that all are engaged and well-versed in what is currently happening in the individuals’ lives. Encourage engagement of natural supports (friends, family members, guardians) in the lives of those supported. Inform guardians/families of upcoming events, meetings, and other opportunities for participation in the support, treatment and daily life of individuals on the assigned caseload. 

Core hours 8-4:30pm M-F. Salary $46,571.20-$69,617.60/yr. 

See Job posting for full details. 

Oshkosh Public Defender Office seeks PT Office Assistant

 posted 11.2.2021

The Oshkosh Public Defender’s office is looking to hire an LTE part-time to help with administrative tasks in the office. This would be an ideal position for a student as the hours can be flexible. A student can get experience in the legal field.


If you are interested please reach out by to the contact listed below


Attorney Brianne E. Patzer

Assistant State Public Defender

303 Pearl Ave., Suite B

Oshkosh, WI 54901

Phone: (920) 424-3304

Fax: (920) 424-3277

Mayo Clinic seeks Social Workers

posted 11.1.2021



Learn and grow among the best in your field at the nation’s top hospital – Mayo Clinic “Nation’s best hospital (U.S. News & World Report, 2020-2021) and ranked #1 in more specialties than any other care provider”.  At Mayo Clinic you’ll discover a culture of teamwork, professionalism and mutual respect – and most importantly, a life-changing career.

As a Social Worker, you will work Under the supervision of a social worker who meets state required standards, provides psychotherapy, counseling, and other services in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams.  The social worker may also coordinate patient discharge planning, complies with required standards for medical/legal responsibilities, and serves as a resource to other allied and administrative staff within the section of Social Work and the Department of Nursing. To apply or learn more click the Careers Start Here button below and search for posting 165348BR.

I look forward to seeing your application and learning more about your areas of interest!

Gloria YarwoodMayo Clinic and Mayo Clinic Health SystemsDirect Line: 651-267-33504Email:







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Taylor County seeks Human Services Director

The Human Services Director is the administrator for a variety of programs that meet the needs of children requiring long-term support with significant disabilities, elderly and adult abuse/neglect investigations, economic support, mental health, alcohol and other drug abuse services, children and family services including abuse/neglect investigations, youth justice supervision and foster care. The Human Services Director implements, administers, coordinates and monitors human services programs in compliance with county, state and federal laws, rules/regulations and ordinances for Taylor County. This individual will also assist with developing and monitoring the annual operating budget for human services, evaluate client/community needs and services, monitor contracts according to approved fiscal policies and procedures and state compliance requirements and provide direct service and coordination for emergency sheltering and crisis services.

Applicants must have a Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Sociology or related field with six to nine years progressively responsible human services experience, including program supervisory experience or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities.

The ideal candidate should have strong proven skills in organizational and fiscal management, ability to provide leadership and direction to the Human Services Department and have working experience within a Wisconsin County Human Service delivery system.

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 Monday, December 6, 2021, until 3:30 p.m., by:

Human Resource Manager

Taylor County Courthouse

224 S. 2nd Street

Medford, WI  54451




Forest County Potawatomi Tribal and Community Members seeks Behavioral Health Counselor MSW or LPC

Behavioral Health Counselor MSW or LPC
Health Division
Grade: E5

The purpose of this position is to provide care for clients’ with behavioral and mental health issues and to work with the team to provide comprehensive services.   An important aspect of care is providing quality services to Forest County Potawatomi Tribal and Community members, and others for whom services are appropriate. Emphasis is placed on the unique needs of each client. Cultural needs of clients will be an important aspect of care. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provides crisis intervention, Mental Health therapy, outreach, and mental health education to individuals, groups, and families
  • Practices individual and group therapy for Mental Health issues  
  • Responsible for client intakes, assessments, treatment planning, coordination of inpatient treatment care, and referrals when determined appropriate
  • Participates in multi-disciplinary clinical care coordination meetings
  • Create policies and procedures for the mental health division of the behavioral health department


Requirements (Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities):

  • Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work or Licensed Professional Counselor; Licensed for a minimum of three (3) years; 3,000 hours post-master’s degree supervised psychotherapy experience, as evidenced by independent provider status in the state of WI; CPR certified or willing to obtain thirty (30) days from employment
  • Skilled in the practice of general mental health care, able to counsel adults, children, and adolescents.
  • Experienced in working with persons in crisis within a diverse aged population with general behavioral health issues, serious emotional disorders, and AODA issues; knowledge of Forest County Potawatomi culture is preferred
  • Ability to remain calm, and to respond positively to unusual circumstances, provide and receive constructive criticism, and to implement conflict resolution skills as needed
  • Ability to motivate and persuade others towards achieving goals while building rapport, work independently, with a strong sense of focus, be task oriented, be non-judgmental, and have a clear sense of professional and personal boundaries
  • Exhibits professional conduct both within the clinic setting, as well as in the community, maintaining cooperative relationships with employees, medical staff and community members
  • Exhibits good computer skills including the effective use of the Employee Health Record (EHR) system
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and competent with an EHR software in clinical documentation
  • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license required; must maintain a valid Wisconsin driver’s license as a condition of employment
  • Must possess proof of applicable health department testing and vaccinations or testing/vaccination will be provided by FCP Employee Health

This position is partially or fully grant-funded.  Employment beyond the term of the grant award may be subject to approval by Executive Council.

Behavioral Health Counselor or Therapist – Dual Diagnosis
Health Division
Grade: E5


Provides culturally appropriate and unique individual group, and family counseling for clients with mental health and AODA issues as well as other comprehensive services. This position will be responsible for working with the Prevention Department to assist in the clinical guidance and counseling for community members of all ages.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Focuses within the context of cultural and spiritual values and needs of the individual or family system, developing community based relationships and evidenced-based programming and policy with a focus on recovery and prevention that meet the cultural and spiritual needs of the Forest County Potawatomi Community.
  • Collaborates with other professionals and community resources to manage client intakes, assessments, and treatment planning
  • Provides biopsychosocial-spiritual assessment of clients, mental health and AODA therapy to individuals, groups, and families, including children and adolescents    
  • Manages a case load of clients, making referrals when appropriate to community resources to assist in recovery from AODA, mental health, or physical illness and to provide access to services such as financial assistance, work programs or education
  • Evaluates and identifies environmental impediments to client progress through interviews and review of client records, ensuring communication and understanding about care between client, family and health care team
  • Researches additional or alternative resources; providing and maintaining educational materials and knowledge of resources available
  • Provides outreach and behavioral health education for the Forest County Potawatomi Community
  • Coordinates inpatient treatment when determined appropriate
  • Willingness to travel for continuing education hours
  • Audits case files routinely to ensure compliance with all regulatory and licensing agencies and maintains accurate and complete, timely, and accurate documentation without judgment
  • Participates in prevention activities, support groups, classes and other initiatives

Requirements (Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities)

  • Graduate degree in Social Work or Professional Counseling and current Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC); three (3) years of social work experience; current AODA certification or ability to obtain certification within 1 year
  • Experience in working with persons in crisis in behavioral health and AODA inpatient/outpatient settings 
  • Experience with a diverse population with general behavioral health issues, serious emotional disorders, and AODA issues. Other significant and applicable experience will be considered.
  • Competent in the ten core counseling functions: Screening, Intake, Orientation, Assessment, Treatment Planning, Case Management, Crisis Intervention, Client Education, Referral, and Consultation.
  • Knowledge of Forest County Potawatomi culture or willingness to gain said knowledge.
  • Must demonstrate the ability to effectively function as a team member and manage multiple tasks concurrently.
  • Must possess exceptional communication and organizational skills, be able to customarily and regularly exercise discretion and independent judgment in significant matters, and be able to relate with empathy and sensitivity to staff, clients and community
  • Has the ability to appropriately interact on the telephone and answer agency questions
  • Must possess demonstrated computer skills and knowledge in MS Office software applications.


Terrance Brown I Human Resources – Recruiter

Forest County Potawatomi Community | P.O. Box 340, Crandon, WI 54520 

P: (715) 478 – 4894   C: (715) 889 -0032


Professional Services Group seeks PT Supervised Visitation Worker

Posted 7/7/2021

JOB TITLE: Supervised Visitation Worker (Part Time)

PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT:           Winnebago County Supervised Visitation Program

REPORTS TO: Supervisor of Youth Support Services and Supervised Visitation



Supervised Visitation Workers are responsible for transporting children to supervised visitation with their parents, siblings or other family members. Workers are responsible for supervising the visit and ensuring a safe and positive visiting experience. 


  • Utilize knowledge of child development to conduct safe, supervised visits with family members. Visits must be positive and interactive.
  • Monitor child/family interaction during visitation.
  • Redirect families and provide feedback, as needed.
  • Safely transport individuals to and from visits.
  • Exercise judgment to intervene as an advocate for clients in emergency and crisis situations.
  • Provide factual documentation per program standards and within established timeframes.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle safely and obey all traffic laws. Must have reliable transportation on a daily basis, a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Education and Training:

  • At minimum, one year of college in a human service field required.
  • Infant/Child Car Seat Training required.



Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to read, speak and write clearly in English.
  • Must be able to work cooperatively and collaboratively with Winnebago County Human Services.
  • Must establish and maintain productive and professional relationships with clients, colleagues, the school district, and other community agencies.
  • Must maintain client confidentiality.
  • Ability to prioritize and make appropriate decisions.
  • Ability to work independently and effectively manage time.
  • Must possess strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to provide culturally, ethnically and gender sensitive services.
  • Possess understanding of the dynamics of separation.
  • Ability to follow directions and implement recommendations.
  • Possess creativity in identifying problems and solutions.
  • Ability to self motivate and remain on task.
  • Knowledge and compliance with policies and procedures as detailed in the personnel policy and procedure manual.


Work Environment:

This position operates both in a professional office environment as well as within the community.  This position is required to go into client homes and any other setting necessary to provide services. This position routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers with various software programs, phones, photocopiers, shredders, filing cabinets and fax machines.  Exposure to environmental conditions such as air conditioning, dust, odors, and outdoor weather conditions occur. Exposure to household pets may occur.

Physical Requirements:

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to: converse and communicate with others; possess close visual acuity which allows employee to prepare and analyze data and figures, view a computer monitor, read documents and safely operate a motor vehicle; remain in a stationary position and move about within the office, client homes and the community; and operate a computer and other office technology. This position occasionally is required to move objects and children weighing up to 20 pounds.


Travel is primarily local during the business day.

Hours of Work:

The hours of work for this position are varied and will include evenings, weekends and holidays to accommodate the needs of clients.  The position requires that company voice mail and email be checked and responded to, at minimum, once per day.


This position requires reliable punctuality and attendance.


This job description is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of duties, responsibilities and abilities that may be required of the employee.  PSG reserves the right to change or assign other duties, responsibilities and abilities to the position as needed, with or without notice. 


Premier Medical Staffing Services- contract social work position

Posted 6/24/2021

See job posting for full details. 

Immediate Social Worker assignments now available! Premier Medical Staffing Services is a company that prides itself in our core values of Personal Attention, Relationships, Empathy, More, Integrity, Excellence and Respect. Are you a compassionate healthcare professional that is resilient, committed, and has the desire to provide the highest level of care while being a true champion of our values? We are dedicated and determined to find what’s right for you. Now is your chance to become a member of our team!

Military Veterans, National Guard and Reserve members, and Military Spouses are encouraged to apply!

Schedule: Day shift- Monday-Friday (no weekends or holidays)

Social Work Department

(920) 424-1419
Swart Hall, Room 230

(920) 424-1419
Swart Hall, Room 230