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Special Education Teacher/Human Services Provider
Educates
This position requires hard-working, determined and experienced education professionals with 2-5 years field experience within special education/self-contained classrooms. As a Provider, you will deliver services to clients by focusing on developing clients’ independent skill sets. Each session with a Provider betters the lives of our clients and their families.
Scheduling is flexible and caseload will depend on your schedule. However, Providers must be able to have a quiet, private, area to conduct scheduled sessions in a professional manner and be in compliance with HIPPA regulations. Most often, community spaces are utilized such as libraries.

Community Health Worker/Care Coordinator
Our Daily Bread Community Outreach Center, Inc
Perform Case Management; assess young girls/ladies for prenatal/child care needs; implement a workable Care Plan (POC); engage client in educational classes if needed; perform other duties
Outreach Program Manager
Covering Wisconsin
Lead a large-scale data-driven outreach initiative to help motivate Wisconsin residents who need to renew or secure new health coverage. Use your project management skills, attention to detail, and acuity for clear communication across sectors to successfully guide this fast-paced project to completion over the course of 12-18 months. Additional project opportunities may be possible.
Link: https://coveringwi.org/openings
Child Welfare Case Manager ($5K Sign On)
Wellpoint Care Network
Wellpoint Care Network is deeply committed to the welfare and protection of children, and our goal is to strengthen and support families. We are seeking competent, compassionate, and career-oriented human service professionals to serve as a Child Welfare Case Manager on our Child and Family Well-Being team. 

Duties:
Monitors the safety and well-being of children to assess for present and impending dangers.
Connects families to community resources and make appropriate referrals to resources.
Conducts in-home visits and safety assessments.
Facilitates and monitors change planning to ensure families can enhance parental protective capacities by creating goals with families.
Makes referrals for Transfer of Guardianship/Subsidized Guardianship/Termination of Parental Rights to the DA's office or document exception in WISACWIS per timelines.
Provides accurate and professional documentation in case notes, summaries, assessments, and paperwork.
Collaborates with Child Welfare and Foster Care teams.

Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Social Work (BSW) or a related field required; Master's Degree (MSW) preferred.
Minimum one (1) year of Experience in child welfare and/or a related human services field preferred.
Ability to demonstrate critical thinking skills, detail oriented, highly effective verbal, and written communication skills
Demonstrate an ability to effective understanding and practice of cultural humility with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Proficient in the usage of computer file systems and software packages, e.g., Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, Teams, ADP, etc.
Valid Wisconsin driver’s license required.
Physical exam, drug screen, motor vehicle report, and background checks are required for this position.

We are committed to enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion and strongly encourage minority candidates to apply. For more information, visit our website www.wellpoint.org.
Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=1cff27eb-f75c-4cd2-a8ba-7e68419e0189&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=395049&lang=en_US&source=EN
Clinical Therapist - School Based ($2K Hiring Bonus)
Wellpoint Care Network
We are seeking competent, compassionate, and career-oriented therapists to serve as Clinical Therapist on our School Based Mental Health team.

Duties:
Provides community-based individual and family therapy to children.
Develops and implements treatment plans in conjunction with the client, his/her parent(s) or caregiver.
Collaborates with other providers including Wellpoint Care Network partner organizations.
Supports clients and families through therapeutic relationships.
Provides Mental Health Consultation to teachers and staff in school setting.

Qualifications:
Doctorate or Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or Marriage and Family and corresponding independent licensure required. Master’s level LCSW, LPC, or equivalent preferred; LPC-IT, APSW may be considered (supervision of clinical hours provided).
Experience providing individual, child, group or family therapy in a school setting preferred.
Ability to work well within a multi-disciplinary team.
Ability to take initiative and act quickly and independently when the situation demands it; sees a need and takes appropriate action without being prompted or reminded; demonstrates ability to effectively deal with crisis situations.
Ability to exhibit professionalism while working effectively and harmoniously with staff, program participants, social service agencies, legal parties, and the public.
Demonstrate an ability to effective understanding and practice of cultural humility with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Proficient in the usage of computer file systems and software packages, e.g., Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, Teams, ADP, etc.
Valid Wisconsin driver’s license required.
Physical exam, drug screen, motor vehicle report, and background checks are required for this position.

We are committed to enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion and strongly encourage minority candidates to apply. For more information, visit our website www.wellpoint.org.
Link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=1cff27eb-f75c-4cd2-a8ba-7e68419e0189&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=394381&lang=en_US&source=EN
Treatment Technician
Lad Lake
The Treatment Technician works in a cross-functional team to help change the futures of the youth in our care through trauma-informed care interventions. Through close collaboration with the team (unit therapist, case manager, unit manager, treatment specialists) you will model healthy coping strategies, emotional regulation, and daily living skills. Treatment Technicians partner with our youth to provide healing opportunities through trauma-informed care, developing relationships, and evidenced-based practices.
The youth in our care are generally aged between 12-18 with mental health needs as result of historical & systemic trauma. As a result, many of our youth are affected by the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.
Essential Duties:
• Serve as a positive role model for youth in our residential care programs
• Intentional effort to provide opportunities for youth to enhance their skills, abilities, and interests
• Provide active supervision of youth by engaging in activities that are of interest to them
• Plan and facilitate activities and daily routines
• Crisis intervention with youth through verbal de-escalation techniques
• Engage in, assess, and document youth activities (shift logs, incident reports, behavioral management logs, databases, etc.)
• Actively collaborate with Lad Lake treatment teams to achieve optimal outcomes
• Support our youth, their families, and community partners in healing and growth
• Provide transportation in agency vehicles for youths’ community-based needs and activities
• Attend team meetings and provide verbal and written input
• Maintain confidentiality within all written and verbal communications
• Regular punctual attendance

Link: https://www.ladlake.org
Community Mentor
Lad Lake, Inc
This is a community-based position in which you will work with a child in or near where you live. The counties that we serve are; Washington, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Dodge, Walworth, and Jefferson. As a Mentor, you will be picking up your client from their home to do activities together that work towards goals. You would come to our Dousman campus for New Hire Orientation, but the weekly activities will be within the community.


Do you want to make a difference in a child’s life? Become a Mentor today!

Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations. Ultimately, mentoring connects a young person to personal growth, development, and social and economic opportunity. Yet one in three young people will grow up without this critical asset.

Lad Lake is seeking quality Mentors to fill this critical need for children within many SE Wisconsin counties. A quality Mentor is an understanding and trusted counselor. He/she is a coach, a confidant, an adviser, a friend, and an advocate.

This is a paid part-time Mentor position that includes travel and expense allocations. Weekly hours range from 4 - 30 hours depending on how many cases you choose to work with. Usually, evening and weekend hours are required.
Link: http://ladlake.org
Supervised Visitation - Part-time
Lad Lake, Inc
Supervised Visitation Workers facilitate visits occurring between parent(s) and child(ren) who have been removed from the parent’s care due to abuse or neglect. Provide transportation for children to and from supervised visits. During visits, the Supervised Visitation Worker will focus on the observation and documentation of parenting skills. This includes appropriate and inappropriate interactions, age expectations, behavior management techniques, and visit planning/preparation. Sibling visits need to focus on establishing and/or maintaining sibling relationships. Documentation should describe the interactions of the involved family members including greetings, activities, interactions, conversations, and care provided by parents as well as actions providers or parents took to redirect inappropriate situations. This service is intended to support parents and model appropriate parent/child interactions. Intervention is expected when needed to teach the parent appropriate behavior management techniques and to ensure child safety/well-being.
Link: http://ladlake.org
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