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Parent Support Specialist (St. Croix County)
Wisconsin Family Ties
Position Description
You will provide information, training, support, and advocacy to families as they navigate the various systems and supports serving their children. You also will provide outreach and information to schools, local governments, service providers, and community organizations. Work hours for this position are flexible; occasional weekend work may be required.

Key Requirements
Experience as a parent involved in the day-to-day care of a child or adolescent with social, emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges. No exceptions to this requirement will be considered.
Experience navigating service systems to obtain services for your child. Service systems include, but are not limited to, mental health, public education, child welfare, substance use treatment, juvenile/family court, and youth justice.
Knowledge of resources and services available in your local area/region
Knowledge of wraparound principles and processes preferred
Knowledge of special education processes and requirements preferred
Must have a car and a valid driver’s license
Must be within car travel distance to St. Croix, Dunn and Pierce Counties

Other Important Info
Position will start out as part-time, with the possibility to increase to full-time, should you desire. At the time full-time status is achieved, health insurance benefits become available.
You will work from your home and travel locally to meet with families at locations convenient for them. We also provide our services by video teleconferencing.
A laptop, needed supplies, and training will be provided.
Higher end of the wage range depends on college degrees with relevant majors.
If you pass initial screening, you will need to provide at least 2 reference letters.

Link: https://wifamilyties.bamboohr.com/careers/27
Parent Support Specialist (Dane Co.)
Wisconsin Family Ties
Wisconsin Family Ties is seeking a passionate, persistent individual to work supporting families in Dane County. Use your own life experience as a parent of a child with social, emotional, or behavioral challenges to assist other families like yours. This is a great opportunity to join the growing peer support profession.

Position Description:

You will provide information, training, support, and advocacy to families as they navigate the various systems and supports serving their children. You also will provide outreach and information to schools, local governments, service providers, and community organizations. Work hours for this position are flexible; occasional weekend work may be required.

Key Requirements:

Experience as a parent involved in the day-to-day care of a child or adolescent with social, emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges. No exceptions to this requirement will be considered.
Experience navigating service systems to obtain services for your child. Service systems include, but are not limited to, mental health, public education, child welfare, substance use treatment, juvenile/family court, and youth justice.
Knowledge of resources and services available in your local area/region
Knowledge of wraparound principles and processes preferred
Knowledge of special education processes and requirements preferred
Must have a car and a valid driver’s license

See Application Link for more important information.


Link: https://wifamilyties.bamboohr.com/careers/29
Parent Support Specialist (Portage County)
Wisconsin Family Ties
Wisconsin Family Ties is seeking a passionate, persistent individual to work supporting families in Portage County. Use your own life experience as a parent of a child with social, emotional, or behavioral challenges to assist other families like yours. This is a great opportunity to join the growing peer support profession.

Position Description:

You will provide information, training, support, and advocacy to families as they navigate the various systems and supports serving their children. You also will provide outreach and information to schools, local governments, service providers, and community organizations. Work hours for this position are flexible; occasional weekend work may be required.

Key Requirements:

Experience as a parent involved in the day-to-day care of a child or adolescent with social, emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges. No exceptions to this requirement will be considered.
Experience navigating service systems to obtain services for your child. Service systems include, but are not limited to, mental health, public education, child welfare, substance use treatment, juvenile/family court, and youth justice.
Knowledge of resources and services available in your local area/region
Knowledge of wraparound principles and processes preferred
Knowledge of special education processes and requirements preferred
Must have a car and a valid driver’s license

See Application Link for more important information.

Link: https://wifamilyties.bamboohr.com/careers/26
Parent Support Specialist (Waukesha County)
Wisconsin Family Ties
Wisconsin Family Ties is seeking a passionate, persistent individual to work supporting families in Waukesha County. Use your own life experience as a parent of a child with social, emotional, or behavioral challenges to assist other families like yours. This is a great opportunity to join the growing peer support profession.

Position Description

You will provide information, training, support, and advocacy to families as they navigate the various systems and supports serving their children. You also will provide outreach and information to schools, local governments, service providers, and community organizations. Work hours for this position are flexible; occasional weekend work may be required.

Key Requirements:

Experience as a parent involved in the day-to-day care of a child or adolescent with social, emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges. No exceptions to this requirement will be considered.
Experience navigating service systems to obtain services for your child. Service systems include, but are not limited to, mental health, public education, child welfare, substance use treatment, juvenile/family court, and youth justice.
Knowledge of resources and services available in your local area/region
Knowledge of wraparound principles and processes preferred
Knowledge of special education processes and requirements preferred
Must have a car and a valid driver’s license
Priority will be given to applicants who are able to support nearby counties if needed

Please see the Application Link for more important information.
Link: https://wifamilyties.bamboohr.com/careers/30
Regional Lead (Southern Region)
Wisconsin Family Ties
The Regional Lead provides training, support, and administrative / case oversight to assigned parent peer specialists. Regional Leads also serve as backups to PPS Coordinator as needed.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Provide supervision by:
Facilitating regularly-scheduled supervision group meetings with assigned PPSs to discuss specific cases, collaboratively determine courses of action, and resolve problems
Training assigned staff in WFT’s peer support model and on techniques / approaches
Providing more intensive consultation to assigned PPSs when required
Provide administrative oversight by:
Managing service inquiries as assigned
Maintaining appropriate work / supervision records
Making Chief Program Officer and PPS Coordinator aware, in a timely manner, of personnel, performance, or practice problems
Participating in recruiting / selecting new staff
Ensuring assigned PPSs’ timesheets are complete, accurate, and submitted on time in accordance with company policy
Reviewing and approving timesheets and progress notes for assigned PPSs when assigned

Qualifications:

Education
· Associate degree or equivalent experience

Experience
· Meets all experience requirements of WFT parent peer specialist position
· Prior group leadership experience preferred
· Experience working with a remote workforce

Knowledge
· Meets all knowledge requirements of WFT parent peer specialist position
· Knowledge of leadership and group facilitation strategies

Skills
· Meets all skill requirements of WFT parent peer specialist position
· Solid decision-making skills
· Ability to manage multiple priorities
· Ability to lead meetings and facilitate discussions
· Ability to work well with a wide variety of people
· Skilled in facilitating conflict resolution
· Ability to make presentations and/or deliver trainings
· Ability to communicate, both verbally and in writing, using proper English grammar, punctuation and spelling


Link: https://wifamilyties.bamboohr.com/careers/31
Academic Advisor
eAchieve Academy
The eAchieve Academy Academic Advisor assists with managing, planning, or organizing a variety of tasks and events that directly serve all students at eAchieve Academy and eAchieve Elementary. Working closely with the administration and the Student Services Coordinator, this individual plays a vital role in helping students and families achieve academic and personal success at eAchieve Academy and eAchieve Elementary. The eAchieve Academy Academic Advisor will use the Equity Non-Negotiables during their decision-making processes to ensure access and reduce marginalization for all eAchieve students.

Link: http://sdwone.us/34a
Treatment Foster Care Case Manager
Foundations Health & Wholeness
Foundations Health & Wholeness is adding a Foster Care Case Manager which is responsible for the oversight of the clinical and case management services for children & adolescents with emotional/behavioral issues, families and treatment foster families in our program. This includes completing Quality Assurance reports to ensure foster homes are meeting Chapter 56 requirements and providing training for foster parents. This position also oversees foster families to ensure state requirements are met.

Duties and Responsibilities:

- Meet bi-weekly with children and foster parents

- Collaborate with counties to coordinate placement for children

- Ensure all state requirements are being met in foster homes

- Recruit and train foster care parents

- License new applicants and foster parents

Experience and Education:

- Possess Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling AND at least 2 years or post-education experience in Child Welfare working directly with children and adolescents OR Master’s Degree in Social Work

- Professional Licensure/Certification

- Prior experience with case management, coordination/planning of services and crisis intervention

- Experience or training in counseling/therapy a plus

- Possess and maintain valid driver’s license

- Possess excellent communication skills

Values:

- Place a high priority on professional conduct and quality work

- Be willing to make a professional and personal investment in the future of the organization and its mission

- Promote an atmosphere of fun and friendship

- Acts with integrity towards colleagues, clients and community members

- Be comfortable and committed to the integration of spirituality and faith in our relationships with our colleagues and clients

Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $45,000.00 - $65,000.00 per year

Benefits:
401(k) & matching
Dental insurance
Health insurance
HSA
Life insurance
Paid time off
Vision insurance

Experience:
Child welfare: 1 year (Preferred)

Link: https://wearefoundations.org/about/join-our-team/
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