Job Listings – Six Positions
Family Reunification Program Team to serve families in the Eastern Upper Peninsula whose children are returning from out-of-home placement. The program is an intensive in-home service designed to provide the services and support that will help families thrive and stay together forever.
The team consists of six staff. Three staff with master’s degrees in human services, preferably social work:
Program Manager, 8 hours per week
Supervisor, 20 hours per week
Team leader, full-time
The Program Manager & Supervisor are also required to have administrative and clinical experience. The Team leader is required to have one year in-home clinical experience in child welfare.
Two Family Workers (one full-time, one half-time) with bachelor’s degrees in human services, preferably social work.
Clerical Worker, 20 hours per week, HS diploma and knowledge of relevant software applications required. Associate degree or advanced training preferred.
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In 1899, Good Will Farm began as an orphanage in the Copper Country, providing a home and school to children from the Upper Peninsula. In 2012, our name changed to U.P. KIDS, but our mission remained the same: Caring for children. Building brighter futures. Through our Residential Program we continue to provide a home and school to children and youth experiencing difficulty at home, school or in the community.
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