The Multicultural Student Center is Hiring a Full-Time Social Justice Educator!!!
We’re looking for someone with relevant experience in student organizing and activism around LGBT issues, multiculturalism, and social justice in a higher education setting, including a demonstrated ability to work with individuals from a broad array of experiences, backgrounds, personality types and communication styles. This person will be working with both the MSC and the LGBT Campus Center on program development, educational support, student organization advising, and more. Strong candidates will exhibit working and applied knowledge of the specific issues and experiences of LGBTQ students of color and their allies. Person must have a Bachelor’s degree AND one year of applicable experience OR a Master’s degree. Deadline for application is May 25. Click here for a full-job description and to apply.
Diverse and Resilient, Inc. seeks to hire three skilled, enthusiastic, engaged team members to advance health and prevent HIV disease in the Greater Milwaukee Area. The people who fill these full-time positions will work effectively with internal and external partners in the public and non-profit sectors to address HIV prevention and other related health disparities. They must be eager and competent to work in a fast-paced, multi-cultural organization focused on the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. Must be organized, have a charismatic personality, and willing to work evenings and some weekends. The work is exciting, engaging, varied, and challenging.
Program Coordinator: Will provide day to day coordination of a social marketing campaign involving billboards, bus and radio ads, point of purchase, and electronic media. Successful candidates will have hands on experience with the above, ideally with production experience with photography and digital recording. Must be highly organized and a great communicator, who will work with a largely heterosexual audience. Bachelor’s degree required, ideally in communications or public relations.
Youth HIV Program Coordinator: Will be responsible for project implementation of an evidence-based, peer-led youth HIV prevention program that is innovative, evolving and mobilizes a community of young gay men. Responsibilities include outreach and recruitment, organizing volunteers, facilitating small-groups, and social marketing. Successful candidates will require substantial knowledge of young African American gay and bisexual men in Milwaukee and HIV prevention. Bachelor’s degree required.
Data Specialist: This position will assist in monitoring and evaluation activities for all adult and youth programs. Successful candidates will have an understanding of key monitoring and evaluation indicators that are reportable to federal and state agencies as dictated by federal and state HIV reporting guidelines. Responsibilities include development of surveys and the entry and analysis of survey results related to programming or special events. Bachelor’s degree preferred with three years of related experience may be substituted.
How to Apply: Send resume and letter of intent to Mark O’Neil, Diverse and Resilient, 2439 N Holton St, Milwaukee, WI 53212 (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until the best candidates are selected for interviews. All positions offer a competitive salary and benefit package.
Research Ambassador Position: The Centro de la Comunidad Unida – United Community Center (UCC) of Milwaukee, Wisconsin is seeking a full-time Community Research Ambassador to advance community-academic research partnerships at the UCC and with members of the Latino communities on the south side of Milwaukee and University of Wisconsin faculty and staff. This is a field staff position located in Milwaukee with some work also occurring in Madison. This full-time position is supported by a Federal grant from the National Institutes of Health via the University of Wisconsin – School of Medicine and Public Health’s Collaborative Center for Health Equity.
Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in social, behavioral, biological sciences, public health disciplines or related field is required. Master’s degree preferred. Minimum of two years experience in public, community, or social health research, program planning and/or health-related project management. Excellent interpersonal and communication (written and spoken) skills in English and Spanish and ability to work in a multi-cultural environment. Exceptional organizational, multitasking, and data management skills. Able to travel to Madison, WI up to 3 times a month.
For more information or to apply contact: Lukischa Ramos (UCC Human Resources Manager). Phone number at (414) 384-3100. Email: email@example.com.
Legal Office Assistant: Duties are to provide telephone back-up to the receptionist during breaks and any time away from the office as well as clerical support such as filing and obtaining police reports and other documents for the prosecution unit, paying office invoices and maintaining the office library This work is performed under the general supervision of the City Attorney with specific assignments from other support staff.
- Work with prosecution staff to get files, forms, and pleadings materials together for municipal court. Prepare forms for court notices, exhibits, and do call-offs as necessary.
- Provide assistance to the support staff and to staff attorneys in the absence of normally assigned support staff, and during rush periods. Review, correct, revise, edit and type letters and other routine prosecution materials from manual or machine dictation and rough drafts.
- Perform office reception work, as assigned, on a back-up basis. Respond to a variety of telephone, in-person, and email inquiries. Refer callers to the appropriate attorney staff, or to City, State or Federal agencies. Receive and relay messages. Receive incoming mail and route to appropriate staff.
- Maintain and update the central legal filing system (i.e., an automated legal prosecution docket relative to ordinance violations for Police Department, Building Inspection and Health Code violations) utilizing a computer and appropriate software. Maintain case management information (e.g., case numbers, court calendars, date of violation, disposition, etc.) to allow for accurate tracking and status of cases. Review data for completeness and disseminate information as appropriate.
- Enter contracts into City contract routing database as back-up to receptionist. Route to appropriate person for review.
- Perform purchasing procedures such as paying various invoices with purchasing card or by limited purchase order. Maintain records of such activities.
- Maintain and update the Attorneys’ Office submissions to the State of Wisconsin Records Center system by documenting files in detail in electronic tracking logs to facilitate retrieval. Locate and request files from the State Records Center.
- Organize and maintain the office Legal Library Resource/Reference Center. Update reference books and publications on a regular basis.
- Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Working knowledge of and ability to use computer software applicable to the duties of the position, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database software. Working knowledge of legal office practices, procedures, forms and terminology. Ability to maintain the confidentiality of information. Ability to follow established policies and procedures related to the processing of legal documents. Ability to perform routine mathematical calculations. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, other City agencies, and the public. Ability to maintain adequate attendance.
- Training and Experience: Two years of responsible clerical work involving substantial word processing and computerized recording keeping experience; including at least six months in a legal environment or equivalent experience which would provide exposure to legal office practices and/or terminology. Such experience will normally be gained after graduation from high school or equivalent. Other combinations of training and/or experience which can be demonstrated to result in the possession of the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the duties of this position will also be considered.
- The incumbent must also be able to type at a net speed of 40 wpm with 10 or less errors.
Salary: $1,438.63 /BiWeekly. Deadline to apply: May 23. Click to apply here.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is excited to be recruiting for a current DOT Program Officer vacancy within the Division of Transportation Investment Management! This position is located at 4802 Sheboygan Avenue on the west side of Madison. The deadline to apply is May 21, 2012.
This DOT Program Officer position is within the Department of Transportation’s Division of Investment Management, Bureau of Transit, Local Roads, Railroads and Harbors (BTLRRH). This position provides statewide leadership for the BTLRRH and is the program manager of WisDOT’s General Transportation Aids and Connecting Highway Aids programs. The position is also accountable for analyzing and managing the development and implementation of computer applications, systems and tools that provide WisDOT with the ability to meet unit local improvement and assistance program responsibilities. As a statewide expert on policy issues and analysis, this position functions as a liaison with other department staff, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue and Department of Administration, statewide local associations, legislators and other external transportation stakeholders.
Assignments in this position include developing large-scale policy concepts and implications, designing methods to be used in various analyses, and recommending courses of action based on analytical results to division and department management. In addition, responsibilities of this position include preparing analyses, reports and fiscal estimates on proposed legislation, administrative code or rule changes relating to local programs, in order to determine the impact of proposals on local program operations.
Midwest Communications hiring for KDAL-FM in Duluth, MN
- General Sales Manager: If you’re competitive and know sales; this is the unique job you’ve been searching for. Midwest Communications is looking for an individual with prior print or media sales experience with the ability to build a sales team and lead people. This position requires a proven track record of continuous sales growth through a team; someone who can recruit & train the very best people and who can listen, coach, & provide feedback to motivate our talented, growing sales staff; someone who rolls up their sleeves, GENERATES IDEAS and is READY TO HIT THE STREETS to super-serve our valuable customers. They offer a challenging position, training, upward mobility with proven performance, competitive salary and bonus structure, a full benefits package and unlimited opportunity for the right individual.
- ADVERTISING SALES REP: Midwest Communications, the market leader in radio sales in Duluth is looking for a unique brand of salesperson to work in the Duluth-Superior market. Not just anyone can make the Rock 96 sales team. You need to have at least two years sales experience, like to work with business people to build their companies, have a positive, upbeat outlook, enjoy a fun work environment and be able to cash big commission checks! A valid driver’s license and a good driving record are required. A radio background is helpful; however, you will receive training.
Contact Susan Nash, Market Manager, TODAY via email firstname.lastname@example.org, fax your cover letter and resume to 218-722-5443 or send it to Susan’s attention at Midwest Communications, Inc., 715 East Central Entrance, Duluth, MN 55811.
Part-Time Front Desk Associate: The YWCA Madison is looking for 1-2 highly dependable and motivated individuals to work approx. 10-15 hours/week at our front desk evenings (4:30pm-10pm) and weekends (8am-4:30pm or 4:30pm-10pm). This is on-going employment, not a summer only position. Front Desk Associates maintain a presence at the front desk; welcomes on-site visitors, determines the nature of business, and announces visitors to appropriate personnel. Associates provide security to the building by monitoring the traffic flow through the lobby and residential visitor access; operates multiline telephone system to answer incoming calls and directs callers to appropriate personnel or resident floor. Provides support to residents of the building by distributing information, forms, resources, mail, apartment keys, etc. Responds to resident queries and complaints in a trauma informed manner, documenting building incidents. Applicants must have a flexible schedule and the availability to work occasional overnight hours (10p-8am differential included/shift can be split).
Preference will be given to candidates that have experience in the area of: residential housing, affordable housing programs and/or homeless shelter programs; and to those that possess direct service experience in the human service field working with low income populations; especially with individuals with mental illness &/or AODA issues.
Candidates should support the YWCA mission; eliminating racism & empowering women; demonstrate cultural competency & the ability to work with diverse populations. People of color & individuals bilingual in English/Spanish encouraged to apply. Opportunity for additional hours in the future. If you’re at least 18 years of age and interested in working in a fun and friendly environment, earning a living wage, and great benefits for 20 hrs/wk please visit our website www.ywcamadison.org prior to the application deadline of May 25, 2012, for information on: position description and application instructions. No calls or emails please. AA/EOE.
Part-Time YW Transit Driver: The YWCA Madison is looking for highly-dependable and motivated individuals to work part-time (max 18 hours per week) as drivers for the YW Transit Program. Shifts vary from 2-7 hours in length, and are available potentially 24-hours/day, including overnights and early mornings. Starting wage is $11.82/hour with a $.50 night differential.
- Support the YWCA mission of eliminating racism and empowering women;
- A valid Wisconsin Driver’s License (non-probationary, held at least nine 9 years), good driving record, and be insurable;
- Be at least 25 years of age;
- Be able to pass a caregiver background check and Motor Vehicle Record screening;
- Experience in transporting people is beneficial, and basic knowledge of the Dane County area is expected;
- Have a stable work history with excellent attendance and punctuality;
- Ability to read and understand maps and route schedules; and
- No specific level of education is required, but a high school education is preferred.
People of color and/or those bilingual English/Spanish are encouraged to apply. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Please visit our website www.ywcamadison.org, for information on: position description and application instructions. No calls or emails, please. AA/EOE