Careers

Field Coordinator

Status: Full-time
Reports to: Program Supervisor or Program Director
FSLA status: Hourly (Non-Exempt)

The Field Coordinator assists the agency supervisors with supporting all staff in areas related to direct service provision. This role maintains an active case load and guides new staff as well as monitors long-term staff throughout training and while in the field.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assists with training, shadowing and monitoring new employees.
  • Supports with implementation of agency and network policy and practices.
  • Assists with overseeing daily operations and coordinating the activities of the program(s).
  • Confers with and advises staff on issues related to service delivery and/or program expectations and requirements.
  • Develops and facilitates trainings, workshops and meetings as applicable.
  • Facilitates groups and present trainings offered by RISE.
  • Assists with Quality Assurance operations. This includes monitoring staff while in the field and reviewing notes and other documentation
  • Is available after hours to support crisis stabilizers as needed in emergency situations.
  • This is a 40 hour/week position with 28-34 hours per week of direct client service

Education, Skills and Training Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field.
  • Minimum of 1 year working with youth (preferably youth dealing with crisis situations).
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.
  • Detail-oriented and efficient.
  • Skilled at verbal and written communication.
  • Comfortable with public speaking.
  • Management experience preferred.

Additional Requirements

  • Good driving record
  • Must have safe and reliable vehicle and ability to provide proof of auto insurance (100/300/100)
  • Completion of all required background checks
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Parent/Family Advocate

A Parent Advocate with RISE Youth & Family Services is an employee who develops a relationship with and identified caregiver in order to assist the caregiver with needs related to parenting and household management. Providers complete an assessment and develop a plan to best address the identified needs by providing support, guidance and education. The working relationship is focused on the caregiver’s needs and is guided by an assessment and treatment plan developed by the Parent Advocate, parent and team working with the family.

Essential Function/Responsibilities

  • Meet with the caregiver weekly
  • Coordinate with the other professionals on the team as well as with the family
  • Attend client meetings as needed
  • Complete an assessment to better guide interventions (interventions can include household management, linking with resources, transportation, advocating for parent and teaching parent to advocate, parenting education, other education as needed, etc…)
  • Utilize strategies such as role modeling, psychoeducation, support and resource identification
  • Meet requirements of specific programs (MCAP, DMCPS, DYFS)
  • Complete 20-40 hours of initial training and 10 hours of training per year after
  • Complete all required agency documentation in a timely manner
  • Attend all required staff meetings

Requirements

  • 21 years of age
  • Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent
  • Good driving record
  • Must have safe and reliable vehicle and ability to provide proof of auto insurance
  • Completion of all required background checks
  • Experience working with youth in a formal or informal setting
  • Completion of required training (20-40 hours depending on experience)

Pay based on experience and education ($15-$22/hour)

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CCS Ancillary Service Specialist

A CCS Ancillary Service Specialist with RISE Youth & Family Services is an employee who focuses on service provision, training, networking and education within the CCS and CARS service systems. This specialist works under CCS and CARS with individuals to provide support, education and skill development surrounding employment, independent living and understanding their mental health and other psychosocial needs. This is done through mentoring, psycho-education, resource identification and other skill building as applicable. All needs are identified though collaboration with client and team. In addition to the direct care component there are a number of other responsibilities such as attending assigned meetings, representing RISE at community events, coordinating CCS events and sharing resources and trainings with the entire RISE team. This position primarily serves Milwaukee County however may at times include Dane County.

Essential Function/Responsibilities

  • Meet with caseload weekly or as otherwise determined by team
  • Coordinate with the other professionals on the team as well as with the client/family
  • Attend client meetings as needed
  • Complete an assessment as appropriate to better guide interventions
  • Utilize strategies such as role modeling, psychoeducation, support and resource identification
  • Complete all required agency documentation in a timely manner
  • Attend all required staff meetings
  • Attend at least one community CCS or CARS meeting per month
  • Provide training to RISE staff in the form of small group training or shadowing as assigned by supervisor at least one time per quarter
  • Coordinate RISE trainings as well as client events on a quarterly basis
  • Assist with group development and facilitation
  • This is a full-time position(40 hours/week) with a minimum of 32 hours per week being billable (137/month)

Requirements

  • 21 years of age
  • Minimum of Bachelors Degree in Social Service related field
  • Good driving record
  • Must have safe and reliable vehicle and ability to provide proof of auto insurance (100/300/100)
  • Completion of all required background checks
  • Experience working with individuals or families in a social service setting
  • Completion of required training (initial and ongoing)
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Apply today and send us your résumé and cover letter. Thanks for your interest in becoming an important member of our Team.