For over 40 years, Ozaukee Family Services has been serving individuals and families of all ages through our mission of “improving lives to help individuals and families succeed”. We offer a generous paid time off plan, 6 paid holidays, a retirement plan with employer contribution, flexible scheduling and a warm, collaborative and compassionate work environment. Cover letter AND resume are required for the application process. Submit via email to Nanci Schiman, MSW, APSW. Resumes without cover letters will not be considered.
(full or part-time)
Guys Group Facilitator
School Groups Facilitator
Ozaukee Family Services provides confidential counseling on a sliding scale basis for children, adolescents, adults, seniors, couples and families who are uninsured or under-insured. Counseling services are provided in our office as well as individually and in groups in some area schools. Counselors also work with families needing parenting support, often with Child Protective Services involvement. These services are provided through a combination of home and office visits. Qualified candidates will hold a Master’s degree in social work, counseling or related human services field with, or working towards, Wisconsin licensure as an LPC, LCSW, APSW or MFT. Prior experience in working with children and adolescents, families as well as running groups required. Position is flexible, 20-40 hours per week, including 1-2 evenings.
Serving as a positive male role model and leader, the Guys Group Facilitator works in collaboration with the Guys Group Coordinator to support at risk elementary, middle, and high school age males. Guys Groups provide a structured outlet where male youth learn effective ways of handling emotions such as anger, grief, fear. Groups are held both in the schools and at our agency. The Facilitator may also provide one on one mentoring with youth needing additional support. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social services, communication, education, or related field. Previous experience working with children and adolescents in a leadership capacity required. Strong communication, collaboration, and mediation skills are essential. Experience working with youth with attention/anger difficulties is a plus. 10-15 hours a week during the school year with occasional evening hours.
The School Groups Facilitator works in collaboration with area schools and community resources to educate elementary and middle school youth on positive behaviors to reduce relational aggression (emotional bullying). Using a curriculum that is based on best practices for safe schools, Facilitators engage students in learning age appropriate language to understand the impact of negative behaviors and that empowers students to support each other creating a safe and positive environment. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social services, communication, education, or related field. Previous experience working with children and adolescents in a leadership capacity required along with strong communication, collaboration, and mediation skills. This part time position is 15–20 hours a week during the school year with summers off.