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JFS offers a pleasant working environment and competitive compensation/benefits. If you would like more information about any of the positions listed below, please contact the JFS Recruiter at (414) 390-5800. We encourage and welcome candidates with diverse backgrounds to apply.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume:

...by mail to ...or, by fax to

Jewish Family Services

Attn: Recruiter

1300 N. Jackson S.

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Jewish Family Services

Attn: Human Resources

414-225-1340

or e-mail your resume to info@jfsmilw.org

JFS is an equal employment opportunity employer functioning under an Affirmative Action Plan.

Read our policy statement regarding EEO and discrimination.

Print a .pdf version of our application for employment packet.

Read our Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) general notice.


Campus Integration Coordinator
(Bradley Crossing Supportive Housing Activity Coordinator)

Full-time

Jewish Family Services (JFS) is offering an opportunity for a full time Campus Integration Coordinator (CIC) to work at Bradley Crossing Supportive Housing Community (BCSH). The CIC will be responsible for developing high quality inclusive social, educational, and recreational programming to meet the needs of the BCSH residents regardless of the resident’s age, race, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, income, disability or employment status.

Qualified candidates must have a minimum of an Associate’s degree in Human Services or other related field, with 3 years prior experience in program development for diverse populations (disabled and geriatric); however a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field with 1 year of previous, related experience in program development for diverse populations (disabled and geriatric) is preferred. Candidates must have strong organizational, interpersonal and critical thinking skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work independently and collaboratively with other staff and community professionals. Qualified candidates will be able to work flexible hours, including holidays, evenings and weekends, and have a working knowledge of standard Microsoft Office applications and the Internet. Candidates must be able to respect and maintain the privacy and dignity of BCSH residents and assure resident confidentiality at all times. Lastly, candidates must have the ability to pass a criminal background check, have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record, and must be willing to drive a company van to transport BCSH residents to and from activities.

Registered Nurse - Two Positions

Full-time

Jewish Family Services (JFS) is offering an opportunity for two full-time Registered Nurses to work in the JFS My Choice Family Care Program. These positions are responsible for providing assessments and ongoing services to elderly individuals and/or individuals with physical and/or developmental disabilities in their homes.

Qualified candidates will have a nursing degree, and be licensed and registered in the state of Wisconsin and have a minimum of 1-year prior experience working with older or disabled adults. Prior experience must be from paid nursing positions. The exceptional candidate will have experience in working with adults who have physical and/or developmental disabilities.

Candidates must have knowledge of community resources available to support the needs of the individuals enrolled in Family Care, have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and the ability to perform Internet searches. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills are required. Candidates must have the ability to respect and maintain privacy and dignity of members and assure member confidentiality at all times. Ability to collaborate and work effectively with clients, volunteers, agency staff and others is required. Knowledge, understanding and/or willingness to learn Jewish culture and traditions are necessary. A valid driver's license AND access to a car with insurance is required. Successful completion of a criminal background check with the Wisconsin Bureau of Justice, Crime Information Bureau is also required.

Bilingual (Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian) Care Manager

Full-time

Jewish Family Services is offering an opportunity for a full-time bilingual Care Manager. This position will be responsible for providing assessments, case management services, advocacy and ongoing monitoring of services to elderly or disabled persons enrolled in JFS’s My Choice Family Care program.

Qualified candidates must be bilingual in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, have a four-year bachelor's degree in a social services area (e.g. social work, rehabilitation, psychology, etc.) as well as at least one (1) year of paid formal (non-family setting) experience working with specific populations (e.g. Developmentally Disabled adults, Physically Disabled adults, Geriatric) in social service care management, criminal justice, or related social service experience, or have a four-year bachelor's degree in any other area with a minimum of three (3) years of paid formal (non-family setting) experience working with developmentally disabled adults, physically disabled adults, or geriatric individuals. Candidates who have prior experience working with individuals with mental health issues are preferred.

Candidates must have a working knowledge of standard Microsoft Office applications and the ability to perform Internet searches. Familiarity with social work methodology is preferred. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills required. Candidates must have the ability to respect and maintain privacy and dignity of members and assure member confidentiality at all times. Ability to collaborate and work effectively with clients, volunteers, agency staff and others is required. Knowledge, understanding and/or willingness to learn Jewish culture and traditions are necessary. A valid driver's license AND access to a car with insurance is required. Successful completion of a criminal background check with the Wisconsin Bureau of Justice, Crime Information Bureau is also required.

Care Manager

Full-time

Jewish Family Services is offering an opportunity for a full-time Care Manager. This position will be responsible for providing assessments, case management services, advocacy and ongoing monitoring of services to elderly or disabled persons enrolled in JFS’s My Choice Family Care program.

Qualified candidates must have a four-year bachelor's degree in a social services area (e.g. social work, rehabilitation, psychology, etc.) as well as at least one (1) year of paid formal (non-family setting) experience working with specific populations (e.g. Developmentally Disabled adults, Physically Disabled adults, Geriatric) in social service care management, criminal justice, or related social service experience, or have a four-year bachelor's degree in any other area with a minimum of three (3) years of paid formal (non-family setting) experience working with developmentally disabled adults, physically disabled adults, or geriatric individuals. Candidates who have prior experience working with individuals with mental health issues are preferred.

Candidates must have a working knowledge of standard Microsoft Office applications and the ability to perform Internet searches. Familiarity with social work methodology is preferred. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills required. Candidates must have the ability to respect and maintain privacy and dignity of members and assure member confidentiality at all times. Ability to collaborate and work effectively with clients, volunteers, agency staff and others is required. Knowledge, understanding and/or willingness to learn Jewish culture and traditions are necessary. A valid driver's license AND access to a car with insurance is required. Successful completion of a criminal background check with the Wisconsin Bureau of Justice, Crime Information Bureau is also required.