West CAP, a Community Action Organization, is currently seeking Housing Technicians to join the production team performing weatherization measures and rehabilitation of residential homes.
- $21 per hour
- Monday-Thursday, DAY schedule only
- Over 4 weeks paid time off first year of employment!
- Additional paid holidays and annual clothing/tool allowance
- Comprehensive benefit package including health/dental, retirement, free life/disability benefits
- Paid training and advancement opportunities
Qualifications include a minimum of a high school or equivalent degree, 2-3 years experience in the construction field, ability to obtain lead renovator certification, ability to lift up to 50#, to climb ladders, work in confined spaces, experience using trade tools as well as a solid knowledge of construction safety measures. A valid driver’s license is required. We embrace diversity, inclusion, and employees who reflect the population we serve. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates including women, minorities, veterans, and people who have disabilities. For consideration, please apply online www.westcap.org or to: West CAP, P.O. Box 308, Glenwood City, WI 54013. Any questions, call Jessica Rudiger, Human Resource Manager at 715.280.3078.
West CAP–an innovative, forward-thinking organization dedicated to fighting the causes and effects of poverty–is excited to expand our Homeless Intervention services by hiring a full-time Case Manager to assist people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. In this position, you will provide case management to individuals and families experiencing homelessness including assessment, individualized service plan development, support, advocacy, and referral. This position may be based out of our Glenwood City or Menomonie locations with regular work-at-home options after training.
This work is as challenging as it is rewarding, and West CAP’s culture reflects that reality. Our team is collaborative, passionate, and focused on serving the needs of our participants with dignity and respect. We maintain a trauma-informed environment that supports each employee and promote work-life balance with generous PTO and flexible scheduling.
· Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field
· Minimum of 2 years’ experience working with people experiencing poverty, mental illness, and/or substance use disorders
· Demonstrated experience with crisis intervention and case management
· Excellent written and oral communication skills
· Computer skills sufficient for data gathering, documentation, and reporting
· Valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and acceptable driving record
· Experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness and/or trauma
· HQS certification
· experience with Housing First principles
If you don’t have all of the above qualifications but still think you might be right for the job, please reach out or apply. We’d love to hear what you have to offer!
· Competitive salary
· Comprehensive benefit package including health, dental, retirement, and free life/disability benefits
· Remote work options
· Over 4 weeks paid time off first year of employment
· 9 paid holidays
· Paid training and development opportunities
We embrace diversity, inclusion, and employees who reflect the population we serve. We encourage applications from all qualified candidates without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, or any other factor prohibited by law. For consideration, please (Click HERE) send to www.westcap.org or to: West CAP, P.O. Box 308, Glenwood City, WI 54013.We are happy to provide a reasonable accommodation, for those with a disability, to complete any part of the application process. If you are unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equal Opportunity Employer
No otherwise qualified person shall be excluded from employment, be denied the benefits of employment or otherwise be subject to discrimination in employment in any manner on the basis of age (over 40), race, religion , color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity (including gender expression), national origin or ancestry, disability or association with a person with a disability, arrest record, conviction record, marital status, family/parental status, pregnancy or childbirth, military participation, genetic testing, submitting to honesty testing, or use or non use of lawful products off the employers premises during non-working hours.
We believe that as employees, volunteers, and board members, dedicated to our mission of reducing poverty and developing assets, we must apply ourselves to the task of growing as a sustainable organization and as employees. Our work life illustrates our beliefs as an agency.
Consequently, we seek to conduct our work in a supportive environment and within a mutually supportive culture. Within our agency we value and seek to create a qualified workforce that reflects the demographic and cultural diversity existing in our larger community. Our employees are competitively reimbursed for their jobs and provided with a workplace and the tools that enable effective effort. Employees and board members have opportunities to make contributions to decision-making processes. Within our work, we relate to one another as we relate to our clients; with respect, honesty, and civility. We know that we can count on one another.
Our behavior emulates what we desire for our participants; learning and growth are key ingredients of the culture we seek to build. As an organization (a corporate person), our citizenship demonstrates what we expect of our community compassionate institutional behavior, behavior that works for the common good of the community.