Phoenix Behavioral Health Services in Green Bay is looking for energetic compassionate candidates to work in the homes of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Staff will work in a one-on-one setting with the child, under the direction of a Treatment Therapist to teach communication, play/social skills, emotional/behavioral regulation skills, and self-help skills. This job is a part-time position, 6-30 hours, per week, but could work up to a full-time position with promotional opportunities. Candidates must be 18 years of age and have proof of a high school diploma. Starting wage based on previous experience.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $10.00 /hour
- High school or equivalent
Required license or certification:
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The University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay seeks a project assistant to support educational and outreach programming under the Water Quality and Coastal Communities Outreach Specialist. The assistant will support Wisconsin Sea Grant programs and projects focused on green infrastructure and stormwater, the Wisconsin Clean Marina Program, Green Bay water quality and coastal hazards resilience planning. Tasks under these focus areas may include, but are not limited to:
- Implementation activities related to outreach and education events
- Development and distribution of communication, outreach and educational materials
- Community and stakeholder engagement
- Audience-targeted research through social science data collection, analysis and reporting
- Building and maintaining a social media presence
- GIS mapping and modeling
- Policy analysis
Applicants must be enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay during spring 2018. Attention to detail, organizational skills and the ability to work independently are essential. Successful applicants will possess effective communication skills, be team-oriented and have an interest in environmental outreach and education. This is a student hourly position (10-20 hours per week) with a starting salary of $10-12 per hour based on experience. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Julia Noordyk at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 17, 2017.
First Kids Pre-School in Green Bay is seeking an energetic, dependable teacher to work in their after school program. Hours are 2:15 pm – 5:15 pm, Monday – Friday. This person will provide care and supervision to a group of school age children, maintaining a safe, clean environment. Must be able to communicate effectively with parents and staff, and be a team player. Early Childhood experience preferred. Pay is $11 – $13 per hour based on experience and education. Contact Anita at 920-437-0736.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Wisconsin is seeking qualified, passionate candidates for an internship in their Northeast Wisconsin regional office in Appleton! Interns will assist the Northeast Wisconsin office with the planning and promotion of signature fundraising events with an emphasis on Gourmet Wishes, Golf Outings and Walk for Wishes. May also assist with external fundraising programs, Wishmakers on Campus, Kids For Wish Kids and general office duties as assigned. Please see the attached job description for full details. Continue reading
Now Looking for Employees in Kewaunee and Door County Area
We are currently accepting job applications for an Autism Technician Therapist in Kewaunee and Door County. We are primarily looking for 3pm-7:30pm availability and 1-2 Saturdays a month! Must work a minimum of 4 hours a week and have reliable transportation. The job starts at $10/hr with paid travel. Please include how many hours you would like to work and your availability along with a brief resume.
Please send resumes and availability to:
The Division of Continuing Education and Community Enggement is looking for some individuals who might be willing to help out and serve as a Camp Counselor for one or more weeks this summer. This opportunity is fantastic for anyone who is looking for summer employment and who wants to be a big part of making a great experience for kids.
Below is some brief information on the position. More information and a job application can be found here: www.uwgb.edu/camps/general/jobs.asp.
CPR/First Aid Certified (We will certify you if you aren’t already certified)
Attend Training (currently scheduled for the evening of June 8th and the day of June 9th – we will work with you to make sure we get you trained and you don’t have to take additional vacation days)
- Camps start June 11th and run through August 4th.
- Peak weeks are June 18 – June 22, July 9 – July 13, and July 16 – July 20.
- Can work as little as one week or as many as all 9 weeks.
Hours: 4:30 p.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Job Description: You would be responsible for overseeing the activities below and being a great role model for our Middle Schoolers/High Schoolers 4:30 – 5:30 – Dinner 5:30 – 6:00 – Leave for Activity
6:00 – 9:00 – Activity (Bowling, Mall, Bay Beach, Camp Dance)
9:30 – Back on Campus
10:30 – Room Check
11:00 – Lights Out
Aseracare Hospice is seeking interns who are looking to learn more about the health care field, specifically end of life care. Aseracare works to support and comfort patients and families during the end stages of life. Students will learn and have hands on role working with the interdisciplinary hospice team, and will be able to work on both administrative and patient focused tasks. The intern will gain visibility into the inner workings and aspects of the medical relations field, provide concrete deliverables and learn from top to bottom.
When the internship is completed you will gain a vast array of recruiting and networking skills to use in any workforce. Students will learn how to communicate with patients who are terminally ill, will learn how to support families and patients towards the end of life, and will learn about different disciplines roles with the patient and family. This is a great opportunity for anyone planning on entering the heath care, social services, or who is interested in working with the elderly population. Our ideal intern is creative, passionate about helping others, and eager to learn about end of life care.
All volunteers and interns are asked to complete a background check, drug test, TB test, as well as are provided training via the Volunteer Coordinator.
If there has been an immediate death in your family, we ask that you wait 13 months before volunteering or interning with us.
Interested students can contact the Volunteer Coordinator Emily Umbreit at email@example.com or 920-497-4672.
Therapists are needed to work one on one with Green Bay children/clients with autism who are in the Fox Valley Autism Treatment Program. FVATP provides in home autism therapy to children teaching academics, communication, self-help skills, social skills, self-regulation, and motor skills. Dani Dehne, Senior Therapist/Behavior Analyst, is hiring now for evening shifts (3:30 on/usually shifts end about 7pm). Starting mid December, there will be daytime shifts available.
Candidates need to be available at least 2 evening weekday shifts per week. If daytime hours are preferred, at least 2 shifts would also be needed. Candidates would start training in November and/or December.
This rewarding position will provide a vast amount of experience in learning how to provide applied behavior analysis treatment to children with autism as well as techniques that can be used when teaching any child. The starting rate is $10.25/hour and therapits will receive $4 for travel reimbursement for every shift, as well. There is also a $300 hiring bonus that will be paid to new employees once they have completed 80 hours. In addition, $200 is given to current therapists for recruiting new therapists. We only hire people that are considering long term positions (at least a year) as it’s hard on the kids to train numerous therapists.
Please visit the website, foxvalleyautism.com to learn more. If interested, contact Dani Dehne at Ddehne@foxvalleyautism.com. Please include the following info about yourself, such as: major; year in school/how many left; long term goals or future job interests; interest in working with kids with autism; exact availability (days and times you are able to work Nov thru Dec as well as your next semester schedule if you know it -if not just let me know the date you expect to get that schedule); if you are available during school breaks; and lastly the minimum number of hours you would like to work as well as the maximum.
This spring, Dr. Jenell Holstead seeks Teaching Assistants for HUM DEV 102: Introduction to Human Development. Students who may apply include juniors and seniors who are majoring/minoring in Human Development. Students must have successfully taken the Introduction course and achieved a grade of ‘A’ or ‘AB.’ Students should have availability in their schedule to attend all course lectures (TH 11-12:20 PM), as well as have availability to meet for approximately one additional hour (every other week) for TA meetings. The TA meeting time will be based on all TA’s availability. Other requirements will include writing examination questions, facilitating review sessions and in-class activities, writing a Statement of Teaching Philosophy, writing a research paper, and completing other bi-monthly assignments.
Being a Teaching Assistant is a 3-credit course. It does not count as an elective for the major or minor, but the credits do count toward the 120 required for graduation. It is also a wonderful opportunity to prepare you for graduate school or the workplace.
Interested students should fill out the attached application (teaching-assistantship-application) and email it to Dr. Holstead (firstname.lastname@example.org) by November 15 at 5 pm.
Fox Valley Autism Treatment Program has immediate openings for line therapists in the Green Bay Area. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! The following requirements are needed:
- 18 years or older
- High school diploma
- Available to work at least 2 evening shifts (3:30pm-7pm) per week
- Available to stay with the company for at least 1 year
- Valid drivers license
- Car insurance
If you’re looking for a rewarding, flexible job opportunity helping children with Autism email Dani Dahne at email@example.com
The Pride Center is seeking two more interns for fall 2016. Applicants must have a 3.0 or more GPA, and must be supportive of LGBTQ+ individuals and their allies. Typically interns work 10 hours per week, but this depends on the criteria of the department for their academic degree. This is not a paid internship, but credit is earned.
Application forms can be picked up from the Pride Center or from the AIC reception desk. All prospective applicants will need to complete an application form and complete an interview with the Coordinator of Inclusive Excellence and the Pride Center. Please contact Stacie Christian at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information if interested.
The Crisis Center program is growing! Join our team! The Crisis Center of Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin is seeking multiple full-time mobile crisis counselors for our Brown County Team. Team members work a 2-2-3 rotation, enjoying every other three day weekend off! New members are needed for our overnight team. Compensation includes full benefits and overnight shift differential pay.
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree within human services is required. Full-time staff with Masters degrees are provided the opportunity to earn their 3,000 hours. Necessary skills include strong self-initiative, professionalism, and organization. Experience within community services is desired. Extensive training provided to new hires. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle.
Family Services offers an excellent salary and benefit package including: Medical, Dental, Vacation, PTO, Retirement Plan with company contribution and match, Flexible Spending, Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, and Clinical Supervision Continue reading
Phuture Phoenix is accepting applications for an exciting, rewarding internship involving local underrepresented and disadvantaged youth and the UWGB campus. This internship is an excellent opportunity to see how the planning and operations of a large-scale educational program work and to learn more about encouraging area youth to consider post-secondary education. The main experience for the fall will relate to the fifth grade campus visit in October. You are offered a behind-the-scenes experience in planning a large scale event and you will work closely with the Phuture Phoenix staff in preparing for the two day event. Phuture Phoenix is a donor funded program with a small staff so your experience will give you an idea of the way a small non-profit works in the community. Continue reading
The Wisconsin Early Autism Project is a child psychology clinic which provides in home treatment to children on the Autism spectrum using evidence-based Lovaas therapy. Continue reading