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Make a difference and join Professional Services Group/Community Impact Programs
Become a part of a community-based social services organization that helps individuals and families to achieve their greatest potential.

Some of the perks and benefits of joining our team:

Paid Time Off (PTO)
Professional Services Group and Community Impact Programs believe that employees should have opportunities to enjoy time away from work to help balance their lives. Full time employees will earn PTO based on length of service and position. During the first year of employment, employees may accrue up to 14 days of PTO.
Holidays
The following paid holidays will be given to all full time employees: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve (1/2 day), Christmas Day.
Health Insurance
Professional Services Group/Community Impact Programs offers two health plan options to full time employees through United Healthcare. Employee-only health insurance coverage for our High Deductible Health Plan is offered with no monthly premium.
Vision Insurance
All employees enrolled in the company health plan have no cost for basic, exam-only vision coverage. All eligible employees can choose to enroll in the exam plus materials coverage (eyeglasses or contacts).
Dental Insurance
Dental insurance is provided through Delta Dental for employees and their families.
Life Insurance
Our agency provides a $15,000 life insurance policy to full time employees at no cost. Employees are able to purchase additional coverage on themselves, their spouse or their children.
Short Term Disability
Basic short term disability is provided to all full time employees at no cost. Employees are able to purchase additional coverage. The amount of disability paid will be dependent upon the employee’s position and salary. Maximum coverage is 180 days.
Long Term Disability
For full time, supervisory employees, long term disability is provided at no cost. The amount of disability paid will be dependent upon the employee’s salary.
Flexible Spending
Full time employees may participate in the Flexible Spending Plan which allows the employee to set aside pre-taxed dollars for dependent day care expenses and out of pocket medical care.
Flexible Work Arrangements
Flexible work arrangements are available to full time employees after six months of employment. Flexible arrangements could include flexible work schedule, compressed work week or telecommuting.
401K
After six months of employment, both full time and part time employees are eligible to participate in the company’s 401K program, which includes a Roth option. This plan allows employees to make contributions towards their own retirement and our company will make an additional contribution to the plan.
Profit Sharing
After one year of employment, both full time and part time employees (who have worked 1,000 hours) are eligible to participate in the company’s profit sharing plan. Contributions to this plan are at the discretion of the Board of Directors and are made solely by Professional Services Group/Community Impact Programs.
Continuing Education Units
PSG/CIP has been approved to offer CEUs for employees through various internal trainings. Employees will be eligible to earn between 10 and 12 CEUs each year through these trainings, while also developing skills and expanding their knowledge base. The CEUs are available for professional counselors, social workers, and marriage and family therapists.
Clinical Supervision Hours
Our clinical programs and services offer supervision for new graduates and those working toward Wisconsin licensure. Supervision hours are considered a part of employment and offered multiple times a week to ensure therapists are getting what they need.
Employee Assistance Program
Work in this field can be challenging and it's important that everyone tends to their own mental health. All employees have access to a free and confidential Employee Assistance Program (EAP) through Empathia that is accessible 24 hours a day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our mission: To develop and implement innovative and cost-effective services to strengthen families and communities on their terms. Our core values: Flexible, Responsive, Ethical, Accountable, Above and Beyond
Each position is slightly different but for the most part there will be a portion of the onboarding process that takes place on our electronic HRIS system, Paylocity, even prior to your start date. This includes reading the policy and procedure manual, completing tax forms, learning about the company, etc. As you start in your position, your supervisor will provide additional training and onboarding for the specific program, including shadowing other staff, learning documentation guidelines, and start working independently.
We recognize the need for flexibility with work and family life, so we offer flexible scheduling and work hours, depending on the needs of the programs. We have a generous PTO policy, allowing new staff to accrue up to 14 days off within the first year.
Staff receive performance evaluations after 60 days of employment and twice a year. Evaluations include assessment in the areas of professionalism, problem solving, communication, productivity, quality of work, job knowledge, integrity, dependability, managing conflict, and organization.
PSG/CIP have an active DEI committee, focusing on staff development, cultural humility to cultural relevance, and volunteer opportunities. We are also partnering with a consultant to support our efforts to promote principles and values of DEI with courage and optimism - knowing it requires a sustained commitment. The first phase of this work is focused on developing an organizational framework that clearly articulates PSG and CIP's mission, vision, and values concerning DEI.
Each position has different needs and expectations with regard to in person vs remote work. Whenever possible, we allow staff to work from home to complete documentation, attend virtual meetings, etc. Most of our positions, however, are hybrid in nature, requiring at least a portion of the work day taking place in the office or in the community meeting with clients. Staff can coordiante schedules and remote work options with their supervisor.
PSG and CIP have a 'dress for your day' policy regarding dress code. We don't want to create unnecessary barriers to engagement with clients so staff are able to dress comfortably while also appearing professional and maintaining boundaries. If staff are attending more formal activities, such as county meetings or court, we ask that they dress business casual.
PSG and CIP have grown significantly over the last several years, which has created lots of internal growth opportunities. Whenever possible, we prefer to promote from within the company, giving staff opportunities for professional growth and development over time.