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At Family Services, our staff work every day to improve the lives of children, families and individuals throughout Northeast Wisconsin. It is our goal to provide professional and comprehensive services to address their needs and the needs of the communities we serve.

 

 

Careers

To see a list of our current job openings, please select the link below that best matches your employment status.

External Applicants

For all new applicants, who are not currently employed by Family Services.

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Internal Applicants

For current Family Services employees, who are applying for a new position within the agency.

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Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin, Inc., is an equal opportunity employer. It is our policy that all employment decisions be based on merit, qualifications and competence. Our employment practices (including, but not limited to hiring, promotions, transfers, layoffs, job evaluations, compensation and benefits) shall not be influenced or affected by applicants’ or employees’ race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Internship Opportunities

Family Services offers a number of internship opportunities for students currently pursuing degrees in social work, psychology, human services and other related fields. In addition to the programs listed here, you should also check with your college career services for internship postings within other Family Services programs.

Current Internships

Counseling Clinic

The Counseling Clinic has a limited number of internships available for Master’s level students who are going to school for their Master’s Degree in either social work or professional counseling. Students MUST be willing to commit to a six to nine month internship or two semesters.

Interested candidates can contact Vicky Coppens at (920) 436-4360 ext. 1233 or vcoppens@familyservicesnew.org.

 

Day Treatment

Day Treatment is now accepting applications for Master’s level interns in counseling and social work programs. Interns would be provided with opportunities to engage in some or all of the following areas:

  • Intake and comprehensive diagnostic assessments
  • Differential diagnosis and mental status examination
  • Provision of treatment recommendations
  • Securing funding through private insurance, medical assistance, etc.
  • Coordination of case reviews
  • Collaboration with client’s multidisciplinary team
  • Plan and co-facilitate group, individual and family therapy
  • Engage in documenting client progress/charting
  • Case management services; maintaining files, discharge planning, etc.
  • Marketing, recruiting, community outreach, grant writing, etc.

For more information contact Program Manager, Andrea Peltier at 920-433-3372 ext. 131 or apeltier@familyservicesnew.org.

Sexual Assault Center

The Sexual Assault Center provides internship opportunities to students enrolled in human services programs. Intern duties would include:

  • Answering the 24-hour crisis line
  • Providing information and referrals to clients/callers
  • Legal and medical advocacy
  • Other duties as needed

Students will increase their knowledge of community resources and the effects of sexual violence on victims as well as the community.

For more information, contact Samantha Bouressa at 920-436-4360 ext. 1287 or sbouressa@familyservicesnew.org.

Families First

Families First is always looking for interns to assist in gaining their social work degrees. This opportunity would allow the student to learn how the Brown County Child Protection Services system works and gain the skills necessary when working with families.

Must successfully complete a background check and drug test. Additional training will be offered if available.

For more information contact Meika Burnikel at (920) 436-4360 ext. 1267 or mburnikel@familyservicesnew.org.

Pathways to Employment

Pathways to Employment is always looking for interns to assist in gaining their social work degrees. This opportunity would allow the student learn how to work with young adults to gain their post-secondary education. Interns are able to assist participants with Crisis Management Skills, Housing, Independent Living Skills, and develop a case management style that is unique when working with youth and young adults.  Interns also gain a vast knowledge of the community and the resources that are available for this age population.

Must successfully complete a background check and drug test. Additional training will be offered if available.

For more information contact Meika Burnikel at (920) 436-4360 ext. 1267 or mburnikel@familyservicesnew.org.

Questions?

For questions on listings, the job application process, or if you need assistance applying due to a visual or hearing impairment, please contact Human Resources at careers@familyservicesnew.org or call 920-436-4360 ext. 1310.