Weekend Job Board: June 1

We’re Hiring an Associate Director: The UW-Madison Multicultural Student Center is seeking someone to oversee and expand our social justice education programming and curriculum, assist in developing assessment and strategic planning, supervise staff and interns, and liaison with campus departments and programs. Bachelor’s degree + 6 years of professional experience OR Master’s degree + 5 years of professional experience. Must demonstrate knowledge of and/or skill working at the intersection of racial justice and other social justice issues and experience/degrees in areas of social justice education, student affairs, higher education, or other closely related areas. Deadline is July 1. Click here for more job details and application requirements. 

8 Week Job Search Group for 2011-2012 L&S Graduates

Tuesdays, 4 PM – 6 PM
June 19 – Aug 7
Helen C. White Undergraduate Library
Third Floor, Room 3261
Now that you’ve invested in your degree, learn essential job search strategies proven to be far more effective than responding to job listings alone. Transitioning to the world of work after college can be daunting. In this eight week group, two experienced career counselors from L&S Career Services will guide you through the process for developing the necessary skills to survive in the current job market. Come ready to network with fellow freshly graduated job seekers and to learn about effective strategies and resources available to you as UW alumni (or soon-to-be-alumni.)  In the group format you will have the chance to connect with others, share ideas and resources, and further define your goals through discussion and activities. Some of the weekly meeting discussion topics will include:
  • Creating your job search action plan
  • Boosting your online presence – using LinkedIn and other social media outlets
  • Interview skills building
  • Informational interviewing and other networking skills
  • Resumes and Cover Letters
Sign-up to secure your spot. Drop-in seating available as space allows. Regular attendance encouraged for best results. Email or call to sign up or ask questions:
Nell Weatherwax, Letters & Science Career Services nweatherwax@wisc.edu,
(608) 262-3921
Interfaith Youth Core Seeks Communications Associate:  The Communications Associate will join the Communications Team at the Interfaith Youth Core and will assist that team in a variety of ways, including research, online media gathering and tracking, as well as helping to organize the media archive. They will also be responsible for content management for the IFYC blog and all social media channels. Please send a cover letter and resume to opportunities@ifyc.org, include “COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE” in the subject line. Deadline: June 15, 2012. Download .pdf for more details. 
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (WDEZ): Wausau’s top performing country station, WDEZ is looking for a dynamic self-starter.  WDEZ is a part of Midwest Communications.  Responsibilities include achieving sales goals, meeting with customers, creating ideas and solutions for local businesses through advertising and growing relationships. A high level of customer service is a must. You will receive continual training and development and are surrounded by a team to help you succeed and be the best in the industry.  Unlimited growth opportunities for driven goal achievers.   Experience preferred but willing to train the right person. This individual will split their time between our Plover, WI and Wausau, WI offices.  We offer a competitive compensation program and a full benefits package.  A valid driver’s license, a good driving record and a reliable vehicle are required. Apply by sending resume and cover letter to General Sales Manager Bob Jung at bob.jung@mwcradio.com or fax it to Bob’s attention at (715) 848-3158 or snail mail to Bob’s attention at WDEZ-FM Radio, 557 Scott Street, Wausau, WI  54403.
ADVERTISING SALES REP (KDWZ-FM):  Duluth’s top-rated radio group is seeking a Full-Time Account Executive. Midwest Communications is the radio group that top professionals love because they are involved in the direction of the company and they can earn an OUTSTANDING living. Duties include meeting with customers, developing meaningful relationships, developing promotional ideas, attaining sales goals, researching co-op & presenting ideas to customers.  Exceptional service a must. 1-2 yrs outside sales experience preferred.  Valid driver’s license, good driving record and reliable vehicle required. They offer a full benefits package including a 401k plan and a very competitive compensation package. Please send resume to: Jill Stanislawski, General Sales Manager, Midwest Communications, Inc., 715 E. Central Entrance, Duluth, MN 55811 or e-mail jill.stanislawski@mwcradio.com or fax your resume to 218-722-5423.
AVID/TOPS Tutor Position, Fall 2012Tutors facilitate high school students in collaborative in-class study groups, and evaluate student binders in the AVID/TOPS college readiness elective course. Tutors may also perform other AVID/TOPS related duties as assigned by the AVID Site Team. 
Qualifications:Currently enrolled in a higher education program or have received at least a bachelor’s degree. Proficiency in college level math, science, or Foreign Language, desirable. Previous experience working with youth is preferred.  Knowledge of AVID methodologies are a plus but not required.   
Compensation: $10 – $10.50 an hour, depending on AVID/TOPSexperience.
Work Schedule: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, during the academic day, additional AVID/TOPS site team meetings and trainings scheduled throughout the year. We require tutors work the same shift on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will place tutors based on tutor availability and Madison Metropolitan High School needs. Position begins September, 2012.

Download application here. Send an AVID/TOPS application and unofficial transcripts to Jennifer Marcott at jmarcott@bgcdc.org, or mail to 201 South Gammon Road Madison, WI 53717. Contact Jennifer Marcott at jmarcott@bgcdc.org or 608-442-2329 for further information or questions. 


Wisconsin Department of Health Services Seeks Business Manager Under the general direction of the Management Services Director, this position functions as the Business Manager, with immediate responsibility of the supervision of employees engaged in the accounting, budget management, accounts payable, accounts receivable and patient and inmate trust funds for Winnebago Mental Health Institute (WMHI) and Wisconsin Resource Center (WRC). This position prepares necessary financial statements, accounting functions, and reports for managers within WMHI and WRC as well as DMHSAS and Division of Enterprise Services (DES). This position also calculates costs and charge backs for shared services in the Business Office, Store, Dietary and Pharmacy departments for a large Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JACHO) accredited hospital and a large, accredited secure treatment facility, both served by one Business Office. This position administers WMHI Canteen operations, maintains procedures and records to assure control of all incoming and outgoing cash and property and supervises Business Office staff, including WMHI/WRC Patient/Inmate Accounts, and WMHI canteen staff. Deadline is June 4.  Application details and instructions here. 

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