Serving teens, their families and the community for 50 years. The Nehemiah Project's Residential Care Facilities are licensed by the State of Wisconsin.  Click Here for a link to our licensing agent.

 

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Work at Nehemiah

Employment Opportunities

We are always seeking dynamic and passionate individuals who are ready to make a difference in the lives of our youth. If you are interested in employment please view, below, our open positions, and our job application form.  If you have questions, please send an email to syork@nehemiahprojectinc.org

 

Available Positions:

 

Part Time - Youth Care Workers

 

Experience and Education:

  •  The ideal candidate will have strength in working with adjudicated youth, have excellent written and verbal skills and 2 years of experience working with youth in a group home setting.

  • Excellent deescalation techniques

  • Experience in transitional living facilities

  • Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation; psychological research methods; and the assessment and treatment of behavioral and affective disorders.

  • Abilitiy to work well with our clients and their families

  • Great judgement and decision-making skills

  • Ability to manage time effectively and to prioritize duties

  • Knowledge of the juvenile justice sytem and court preferred

  • Problem Solving, conflict resolution and other training desirable 

  • Experience in youth employment training programs desirable

 

To be considered, please send  resume to:

Email: slyork@nehemiahprojectinc.org

NO CALLS PLEASE!

 

 

Internships

We have developed internship programs in multiple disciplines for undergraduate and graduate students from over a dozen of universities. We have received positive feedback that students have enjoyed their internship experience and have hired more than half  of those interns. As a small agency,  interns placed with us get exposure to all facets of our work - from attending court proceedings, working with family members and parole officers, observing our programs and on-on-one coaching with residents to participating in staff meetings and in resident review meetings.

 

For questions or interest, contact Marye Beth Dugan, executive director via e-mail:  mdu2574@aol.com