Join the team at Running Rebels – Open Positions

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage assigned caseload according to individualized service plans
  • Have a working knowledge of the Individual Development Plans (IDP) that are in place for assigned youth
  • Collaborate with Human Service Worker (HSW), Individual/Family Therapist, AODA Therapist, other providers, and parents to reach desired outcomes for each youth assigned
  • Work with each youth to reach personalized goals for each relevant domain (home, community, school)
  • Establish a rapport with each youth assigned for the specific purpose of monitoring their location, activities, and community-based interactions as they progress through the program
  • Implement and maintain a 24/7 Monitoring Program schedule by have a reasonable working knowledge of the location and activities of all assigned youth outlined by the program
  • Monitor GPS device via Veritracks and communicate required information to the DCSD staff per program requirements
  • Effectively enter data promptly into appropriate databases documenting all contacts and activities daily for ALL youth assigned by specified deadlines
  • Support the writing of court reports and attend scheduled court appearances for assigned youth by providing details related to the monitoring of the youth, as needed
  • Maintain and update Professional Development Plans (PDP), youth files, and personal/program goals weekly for the full term of the youth’s participation in the program
  • Coordinate and facilitate developmental recreational activities that support the overall goals of the youth, and personal development in a one on one and small group setting
  • Identify and coordinate a full range of community-based services to support the youth as they transition through various stages of personal and social development
  • Work with the family of each assigned youth to understand and support the youth through the phases of the program
  • Work with other programs to ensure that youth have services beyond their court-ordered service and connect appropriate siblings to services and activities; connecting youth long-term to the agency
  • Provide/support Mentoring and Crisis Stabilization services for each youth assigned
  • Develop a working understanding of the Juvenile Cognitive Intervention Program (JCIP) in its application
  • Develop the skills to effectively advocate for assigned youth in all domains through in-service, internal, and external training opportunities
  • Work to develop the skills to facilitate supplemental groups to support the development of JCIP Skills, Character Development, and Life Skills

Qualifications:

Minimum of HS Diploma. Degree in Human Service, Criminal Justice, or related field preferred. Previous experience working with adolescents and families. Must have a vehicle, valid automobile insurance, and driver’s license. Individuals must be able to interact at a comfortable, confident, and effective level with at-risk youth and their families and possess the ability to manage and work well with deadlines. Interested applicants must be detail and team oriented with a willingness to take direction, learn, and commit to ongoing growth and development.

How To Apply:

For consideration, please visit runningrebels.org and complete the Employment Interest Form, include current resume.

Job Description:

RRCO is looking for an individual who possesses strong verbal communication skills, can manage multiple staff, train and evaluate others, able to communicate & plan via emails/text messages, possesses problem solving/conflict resolution skills, and can build a rapport with youth of all backgrounds.

Up to 40 Hours per Week, Non-Exempt

Job Responsibilities:

  • Recreation area supervision and program/group implementation
  • Coordinate with recreation team the planning, organizing, and implementing recreational activities, groups, and outings
  • Provide supervision & coordination of duties to youth workers and community service workers
  • Assist with coordination and implementation of the Higher Education & Learning Program (HELP)
  • Communicate with program staff to receive pick-up and drop-off schedules of youth attending events and programming
  • Complete necessary logs and maintain appropriate documentation
  • Provide transportation, as needed, for program youth in a safe and engaging manner
  • Facilitate groups as needed
  • Communicate and document any issues or concerns as it pertains to a youth’s behavior or special needs
  • Provide mentorship and guidance to program youth
  • Assist with YEP project centers and events as needed
  • Attend all required Running Rebel’s staff meetings and functions.
  • Any other duties assigned by immediate supervisor or Executive Director

How To Apply:

For consideration, please visit runningrebels.org and complete the Employment Interest Form, include current resume.

Job Description:

This position is responsible for coordinating all aspects of arts, audio-visual and music & entertainment programming for the Running Rebels Community Organization.

Up to 40 Hours per Week, Non-Exempt

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement an arts & entertainment participant recruitment plan
  • Coordinate the scheduling and content of ongoing program and project planning meetings
  • Work closely with volunteer artists and staff to ensure quality programming and youth development
  • Provide coordination and oversight for grant funded arts projects to ensure grant quality and compliance
  • Collaborate with external arts partners to increase the opportunities available to program participants
  • Schedule performance opportunities available within the community
  • Support Agency wide goals and objectives
  • Other duties as assigned by TMP Leadership and Executive Directors

How To Apply:

For consideration, please visit runningrebels.org and complete the Employment Interest Form, include current resume.

Employment Interest Form

Running Rebels Community Organization is currently looking for qualified individuals for the following positions. Ideal candidates must have a valid WI driver’s license and automobile insurance. Candidates comfortable with Microsoft Office, who possess strong written and verbal communication skills are preferred. You must be able to pass a criminal background check, and have the desire to work with at-risk youth. Running Rebels Community Organization is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. To apply for any of these jobs, complete the Employee Interest Form below. Contact employment@runningrebels.org for any questions


Youth AdvocateArts & Entertainment Program CoordinatorRecreation Supervisor


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Volunteer Interest Form

Interested in volunteering at Running Rebels Community Organization? Want to make a difference? We currently need volunteers in the following areas:

  • Community Event Support: Connect with the community by helping us manage our resource booths and support basketball tournaments.
  • Computer Literacy Instructor: Teach our high school youth the ins and outs of Excel, InDesign, coding and Photoshop.
  • Gardening Volunteers : Help us plant and maintain our vegetable garden, which we use to teach healthy food education to our youth.

Contact volunteer@runningrebels.org for any questions.


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