Weekend Job Board: June 29

Last weekend to apply! The UW-Madison Multicultural Student Center is seeking an Associate Director 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. 


The Western States Center in Portland, OR was established to help strengthen and further develop the progressive movement in the West. For more than two decades, they have served to connect activists and organizers, building our sense of share values, honing our strategies for building power, sharpening our political analyses, and forging relationships and alliances with the broader movement for social, economic, racial and environmental justice. They are now hiring for:

You can also use their job board as a resource to connect with other social justice jobs. 


The LGBT Campus Center is seeking an Assistant Director! Successful candidates will exhibit experience, competency, and capacity in the following areas of work:

  • Collaboration with diverse students groups and groups of students on events and programming that facilitates identity development, personal growth, understanding of social identities, and action towards social change;
  • Ability to deliver effective educational trainings which are based in a deep understanding of power, privilege, intersectionality, and social justice;
  • Plan, execute, and assess events and initiatives that support the core mission of the LGBT Campus Center and the communities which the Center serves;
  • A commitment and understanding of work in a higher education setting done through the lens of intersecting social identities, social justice, and empowerment
  • Network with campus partners towards establishing a campus-wide network of support and inclusion of LGBTQ individuals.

The Multicultural Learning Community with UW-Madison Housing is seeking a Program Coordinator to work collaboratively in providing leadership, programmatic and organizational direction, and support to students living in the MLC. The Program Coordinator reports to the Witte Hall Area Coordinator and Faculty Director. Deadline is July 23. See application details and submission information here.


Artist Wanted! Media Solutions in the UW School of Medicine and Public Health is looking for an artist to provide support for faculty and staff for the enhancement and fulfillment of their communication needs through graphic design, illustration and composition; both original work and modifications of existing designs and will consult directly with faculty and staff to plan the visual presentation of research and other information. The position will determine and execute the appropriate artistic techniques to describe and clarify research results, clinical procedures and instructional information. A Bachelor’s degree in Art or related field is preferred with a minimum of 3 years of graphic design experience using Macintosh computers and software (i.e. Adobe Suite). Deadline is July 16. See application details and submission information here.


Engineering Professional Development is seeking a graduate student hourly this summer to help with copy editing of online and print collateral promoting adult continuing education courses, certificates, and degrees on a variety of engineering-related projects.  This person will work with the marketing communications staff of a leading provider of technical continuing education training for the engineering, building, and construction industries.

General responsibilities include assisting the marketing communications team in the promotion of continuing adult education courses, certificates, and degrees on a variety of engineering related topics. Main duties will include proofreading and copy editing of marketing and instructional materials; proofreading newsletters; using HTML coding skills to update web pages via a content management system; managing and tracking small projects; working with subject matter experts to update existing materials; taking notes and acting as support in meetings; and consolidating analytical data on marketing campaigns to provide to marketing staff.

Opportunities will include work in editing/proofreading, public relations, social media, search engine optimization, writing, database promotions, and telemarketing. May also include the evaluation of current and new markets, evaluation of current and new marketing trends and strategies and ongoing competitor analysis reports.

Preferred candidate will be a graduate student majoring in marketing communications related field. Candidate must be self-motivated, able to work in teams or individually, and have superior communication and organization skills. Strong critical thinking and analytical skills required. Must have computer skills in Word and Excel, and familiarity with basic HTML coding.

This is a summer student hourly position up to 40 hours a week and is available immediately.  Send cover letter and resume to Edie Vitale at vitale@epd.engr.wisc.edu by July 9. Edie can be reached by phone at 263-3646. If you have questions about the position call or email Colleen Barrett at barrett@epd.engr.wisc.edu or 263-6314.


The Drive 94.3, 99.7 is looking for a highly motivated Advertising Sales Representative to work out of the Appleton or Green Bay, WI office. This is a full-time sales position.  They are looking for an individual with at least two years of success in outside sales, great prospecting skills, a positive attitude and great customer service skills. They offer continuous training, a competitive base/commission compensation package, a bonus structure as well as a full benefits package.  A reliable vehicle, a valid driver’s license along with a good driving record are required.

Fax your cover letter and resume today to Rob Atwood, General Sales Manager at 920-321-2300 or email to rob.atwood@wydrthedrive.com .You can also mail it to Rob’s attention at 1420 Bellevue Street, Green Bay, WI  54311.

See past job boards here. 

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