Child & Family Services of the Upper Peninsula
Serving Children and Families in Michigan's Upper Peninsula Since 1919
Employment opportunities with CFSUP are posted as they become available.
706 Chippewa Square, Suite 200
Marquette, MI 49855

Phone: (906) 228-4050
Fax: (906) 228-2153
Employment Opportunities
To apply for a position, please submit cover letter, resume,
employment application to:

Child and Family Services of the Upper Peninsula, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
706 Chippewa Square, Suite 200
Marquette, MI 49855
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Recovery Coach

Qualifications:  At a minimum, High School Diploma with two years of sobriety and active recovery from a substance use disorder.
        Knowledge of community resources that support individuals and families through the substance use recovery process is required.

SUPERVISOR:  Peer Recovery Program Supervisor

•        Strong leadership abilities and organizational skills
•        Good judgement, good public relations and diplomacy skills
•        Ability to provide effective teaching and coaching skills
•        Ability to be positive, energetic, flexible, and supportive
•        Ability to work will under pressure and during crisis
•        Willingness and flexibility to work non- traditional hours.

•        Utilize William White philosophy of Recovery Coaching
•        Meet with Recovery Coach supervisor once per week
•        Provide “warm transfer”: (hands on) services to clients
•        Providing supportive services to individuals who desire recovery from substance use disorder.
•        Maintaining acceptable professional relationships within Peer to Peer interactions
•        Develop and update individualized Peer Recovery Action Plans with the assistance of the Peer Recovery Program Supervisor.
•        Assist Peers in accessing recovery resources  in the community
•        Assist Peers in solving problems directly related to their substance use.
•        Assist Peers in developing skills and identifying resources to solve problems in all life domains including but not limited to,
          legal, financial, housing, parenting, medial, mental health and social.
•        Provide transportation to clients when needed and when indicated in Peer Recovery Action Plan and working with them to find
          transportation through informal supports.

Please submit an employment application, resume and availability schedule to or mail to the address below. Please
email with any questions.  Please no phone calls.

Before and After School Program Supervisor

Applicants must meet the qualifications of a Child Care Program Director, as specified by the State of Michigan, Bureau of Children and Adult Licensing.

Job Type: Full-time

Required education: Bachelor's or higher in a child related field

Required experience: Child Care: 3 years

Job duties include:

Staff – Recruit, interview, train, supervise and evaluate all program staff. Maintain staff personnel file, keeping all required information up to date. Schedule program
planning meetings with Program Supervisors and Aides. Preform on-site duties of Program Supervisors and Aides as needed. Keep accurate records of program
staff schedules/absences. Process program staff Time Sheets by review schedule, checking calculations, and approving hours worked.
Parent Contact – Prepare “Enrollment Packets” for BASP and Summer Program. Plan promotion of programs by designing ads, flyers, posters and arranging
distribution/advertisement in schools, local newspapers, on radio, etc. Respond thoroughly and appropriately to parent interest, concerns, inquires, questions and
Programming – Provide programming support with activity suggestions and supplies/equipment. Prepare monthly After School Program snack menu, evaluate
individual program food inventories, purchase food supplies, organize food distribution process and schedule pick-up date/time. Oversee appropriate use and
organized storage of program equipment and supplies. Evaluate program inventories and purchase program supplies and equipment as
needed/requested/financially appropriate.
Financial- Support/assist Program Coordinators and Aides with attendance sheet process and as necessary contact parents to notify/collect overdue payments.
Contact local businesses for donations of art/craft supplies, paper products, food and services. Plan and implement fund-raising projects as appropriate/needed
for program financial stability. Research, prepare and submit funding requests to grant and foundation resources.
Schools- Support collaboration with participating school districts for before/after school programming. Maintain positive communication with school district
superintendents, principals, teachers and support staff. Become knowledgeable of/enforce school rules and requirements for use of school property. Attend school
district programs/meetings/activities as requested and/or appropriate to promote/protect the presence of BASP in elementary schools. Seek information regarding
community events and involve the BASP and Summer Programs for promotion as appropriate.
Preform other duties as may be assigned by the Executive Director

Please submit an employment application, resume and availability schedule to or mail to the address below. Please email
with any questions.  Please no phone calls.

For 2017-18 School Year

Description:  Care for School Age children during Before and After School Hours at the Elementary schools.
Supervisor:    Youth Program Supervisor


Education:    High School
Experience:  Experience working with children preferred.
Must pass necessary background checks.
Must be 18 years old or older.
Must have skills to resolve problems, and handle complaints or requests.
Have the ability to work in a team environment.


1.        Care for children during before and after school hours assisting the Program Coordinator.
2.        Implement daily schedule.
3.        Facilitate and introduce small and large group activities.
4.        Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

Please note: The programs follow the Public School Calendars.  Consider this when applying.

Please submit an employment application, resume and availability schedule to or mail to the address below. Please email
with any questions.  Please no phone calls.

Supportive Visitation Worker - Marquette County

Supervise visits between parents and their children, provide feedback to the parents and provide parenting techniques as needed.  Transport families to/from visits.

CLASSIFICATION:  Part-time, 30-40 hrs/week
SUPERVISOR:   Contracts and Program Manager/Child Welfare Supervisor
Education:    Some post- secondary education credits
*Must possess high quality computer skills
*Have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
*Paperwork must be completed thoroughly and timely.
*Must be solution focused.
*Have the ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.
*Must be able to drive in all kinds of weather; maintain a non-restricted driver’s license and a reliable vehicle.  
*Must be non-judgmental and objective
*Provide transportation for children and adults to court ordered visitation;
*Supervise visitation between children and their families involved in Family Court due to abuse and neglect
*Document observations of visitation and provide written reports to staff, reports are to be factual and without
judgment utilizing behaviorally specific terminology;
*Coordinate and arrange visitation schedules according to the needs expressed by the Department of Health and
Human Services’ referring worker;
*Testify in court as requested;
*Adhere to NASW “Code of Ethics”;
*Maintain confidentiality as required by Michigan Law and the agency policies;
*Follow all Agency policies and procedures; and
*Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

Please submit an employment application (link below), resume and availability schedule to or mail to the address below.
Please email with any questions.  Please no phone calls.