Weekend Job Board: August 10

Restorative Justice Coordinator position at YWCA MadisonYWCA Madison is seeking a highly qualified individual to fill a Restorative Justice Coordinator position. This position is full time and is contingent on funding still pending. The ideal candidate will be highly organized and have experience in: adult training/education, group facilitation, working with youth, and working in a school setting. Candidates should support the YWCA mission: of eliminating racism, empowering women; demonstrate cultural competency & the ability to work with diverse populations. People of color & individuals bilingual English/Spanish encouraged to apply. Deadline: August 29.  See application submission details here: http://www.ywcamadison.org/site/c.cuIWLiO0JqI8E/b.8293565/k.2E5E/Restorative_Justice_Coordinator.htm

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The MSC currently has four paid internship positions open:

  • Greek Affairs Specialist Interns (2): Develop programs to support communication among the Greek Communities, namely the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Council.
  • Communication and Technology Specialist Intern (1): Assist with developing MSC marketing materials and stakeholder communications (Tapestry, Threads, social media, website, etc). Help produce, write, and edit articles, posts, and updates, as well as research and propose content ideas
  • Social Justice Specialist Intern (1): Support MSC’s Institute for Justice Education and Transformation (IJET), which provides curricular and co-curricular education, reflection,and skill-building opportunities for students around social justice issues.

Interns are required to attend a mandatory three-day training session before starting work. The training dates are August 28, 29, and 30 (Tuesday-Thursday) from 10am-4pm. Deadline for application is Wednesday, August 15Please download application materials here and e-mail to ggallimore@studentlife.wisc.edu or drop off at the MSC’s front desk (Red Gym, 2nd Floor).

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We have extended the application deadline to August 21 for the Multicultural Student Center Associate Director position AND increased the salary range ($48-59K)! We are looking for someone to supervise staff a, manage programming funds, oversee our social justice education programming initiative (the Institute for Justice Education and Transformation – IJET) by maintaining and expanding the curriculum, and foster community and campus relationships. Candidate must have a bachelor’s degree + 6 years of professional experience OR Master’s degree + 5 years professional experience in relevant areas. Candidate must also demonstrate knowledge of and/or skill working at the intersection of Racial Justice and other Social Justice issues. Send resume and cover letter to dsteele@studentlife.wisc.edu. The revised job posting can be found here.
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The Sojourner Family Peace Center is hiring. Send resume and salary requirements to:
Sojourner Family Peace Center
Attn: Human Resources
135 W. Wells St., 4th Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53203 Email: brendab@familypeacecenter.org

BEYOND ABUSE ADVOCATE – BILINGUAL, Part-Time (24 hours/weekly): Assist English and Spanish speaking clients with advocacy and case management needs, perform intakes and placements into applicable groups and co-facilitate group sessions in accordance with approved agency program model and curriculum. This position will also maintain accurate client records, document and report client progress and outcomes. The goal of the Beyond Abuse program is to help participants learn to eliminate violent, abusive and controlling behaviors from their relationships; thus contributing to ending the cycle of domestic violence. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in social work, criminal justice, communication, human resources or relevant field; minimum two years professional experience in advocacy, case management, human resources or related field; or a combination of education and experience. Prior experience with curriculum development and/or group facilitation preferred. Knowledge of the domestic violence victim advocacy service system through direct work experience preferred. Bilingual Spanish speaking is required.

COMMUNITY PROSECUTION ADVOCATE, Full-Time: Provide assistance to domestic violence victims from diverse backgrounds to help them explore their options, develop a safety plan and access needed community resources. This position will provide crisis intervention, advocacy and ongoing support and will work with a team of law enforcement, prosecutors, probation agents and advocates to develop and implement protocols for proactively responding to family violence at a neighborhood level. Bi-lingual is a plus. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in social work, criminal justice, communication, human resources or relevant field. Three to five years professional experience in advocacy, case management, human resources, or related field. Knowledge of the domestic violence victim advocacy service system through direct work experience preferred.

COMMUNITY RESOURCE ADVOCATE, Full-Time: Provide assistance to victims of domestic violence from diverse backgrounds and will assess client’s individual situations and refer to internal resources as well as community resources. The Community Resource Advocate will assist in developing safety plans and accompany clients to legal proceedings as necessary, coordinate group facilitation sessions in accordance with approved agency program model and curriculum, and perform community education as needed. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in social work, criminal justice, communication, human resources or relevant field; minimum two years professional experience in advocacy, case management, human resources or related field; or a combination of education and experience. Prior experience with curriculum development and/or group facilitation preferred. Knowledge of the domestic violence victim advocacy service system through direct work experience preferred. Bilingual (English and another language) is preferred.

SHELTER PROGRAM COORDINATOR, Full-Time: Support all residents that enter our 24 hour shelter by assisting them with advocacy and case management needs, as well as developing safety plans and goals to meet the individual needs of the residents. The Shelter Program Coordinator will also collaborate with SFPC management to ensure the domestic violence hotline is properly staffed 24 hours a day with volunteers and shelter staff, and will assist in the recruiting, training and scheduling of volunteers at the shelter. Additionally, this position will serve as back-up in the event there is not proper coverage of the domestic violence hotline.  QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in social work, criminal justice or relevant field and three to five years of related experience; or two years of college with job related coursework and six to eight years of professional experience in advocacy, case management, or related field; or a combination of education and experience. Knowledge of the domestic violence victim advocacy service system through direct work experience required.

BATTERER’S TREATMENT SPECIALIST
 Part time (10 – 20 hours/weekly): Work with men and women offenders in the community to help them access needed community resources, develop and maintain a plan to put an end to violent, abusive and/or controlling behavior, and work with a team of law enforcement, prosecutors, probation agents and advocates to develop and implement protocols for proactively responding to family violence at a neighborhood level. Other duties include referring clients to internal and community resources as needed and collecting client data for reporting purposes. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in social work, criminal justice, communication, human resources or relevant field. Three to five years professional experience in advocacy, case management, human resources, or related field. Experience with the issue of family violence required. Must be extremely skilled at working as a team member, both with other advocates and with the criminal justice and corrections personnel. Must also have the ability to work independently. Must have a car and be willing to make home visits as necessary. Evening hours may be necessary.

Again, for these positions, send resume and salary requirements to:
Sojourner Family Peace Center
Attn: Human Resources
135 W. Wells St., 4th Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53203 Email: brendab@familypeacecenter.org

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The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery is offering two paid undergraduate/graduate positions for the fall semester.

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Seeking a Bilingual 4-H Youth Development Assistant for Fond du Lac County: Become a team member of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, as the Bilingual 4-H Youth Development Assistant who will conduct educational experiences for 4-H members and volunteers in Fond du Lac County. This includes:building and maintaining relationships within the Latino community and with Spanish-speaking learners, developing and expanding partnerships with other organizations, providing leadership in marketing and promoting 4-H, supporting the youth and adult volunteers who work with 4-H committees, activities and programs.

Candidate must have: Bachelor’s degree; Working knowledge of Hispanic culture; Ability to speak, read and write Spanish; Ability to promote, teach and implement educational programs for children, youth and adults;  Experience working effectively as a team member;  Ability to teach and communicate ideas effectively. Deadline: September 11. For a complete position description and how to apply, please visit http://www.uwex.edu/ces/hr

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Budget & Policy Analyst-Div-Adv vacancy in Department of Transportation Madison Office:  Work in the Division of Transportation Investment Management providing fiscal and policy analysis for the department’s multimodal transportation programs, including state and local highway programming, multimodal planning, transit, local aids, aeronautics, railroads and harbors. This position is responsible for the preparation, implementation and monitoring of the annual operating budget. This position also provides advanced administrative and analytical expertise to special studies and analyses of DTIM and Department programs, services and issues, including but not limited to those pertaining to personnel management, general operations, accounting, financial systems, payroll, etc. As budget manager, the incumbent coordinates the DTIM’s biennial budget process, prepares complex issue papers, analyses and other materials related to the biennial budget request, and implements and monitors the division’s annual operating budget.  Deadline: August 19. See details here: http://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=61153&jobid=60668&index=true

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Web Developer/Designer PositionThe National Center for Media Engagement (NCME) is looking for a Web Developer who can manage the creative and development aspects of their website. Must have bachelor’s degree and 2-5 years of professional website design and development experience. Details: http://mediaengage.org/connect/employment/index.cfm.

See past job boards here. 

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