Weekend Job Board: July 13

Full time jobs with higher education, non-profits, teaching, government, and communications/journalism.


Open Positions at the UW-Madison Office of Admissions and Recruitment:


Health Promotion Coordinator (Depaul University): The Health Promotion Coordinator will be responsible for implementing and evaluating health promotion and wellness education consistent with DePaul University’s Catholic, Vincentian, and urban mission which seeks to ensure the dignity and respect of all people.  This education includes outreach to student leaders, student organizations, all First Year Program courses, and underserved student communities (e.g. LGBTQA students, students of color, women, low-income, first generation, people with disabilities, etc.).  The Coordinator will also create, supervise and evaluate a Peer Health Educator program.  Finally, in collaboration with the Director of Health Promotion and Wellness, the Coordinator will assist in conducting the National College Health Assessment, compiling the results, and presenting the data to the university community. All interested and qualified candidates should submit application materials to DePaul University Human Resources department at https://jobs-depaul.icims.com/jobs/17200/job.


Director of Health Promotion & Wellness position open at Depaul University in Chicago. Director will be responsible for departmental leadership including assessing, planning, implementing, supervising, and evaluating health promotion and wellness operations consistent with DePaul University’s Catholic, Vincentian, and urban mission which seeks to ensure the dignity and respect of all people.  The director oversees the strategic planning process and development of the department’s vision, mission, goals, and objectives aimed towards learning, health, wellness, academic achievement, and personal success.  Furthermore, in collaboration with Human Resources and Academic Affairs, the director coordinates activities aimed towards addressing the health and wellness needs of faculty and staff at DePaul University.  Finally, the director oversees the contract, negotiation, and management of the University’s student health insurance plan and student health center. All interested and qualified candidates should submit application materials to DePaul University Human Resources department at https://jobs-depaul.icims.com/jobs/17199/job.


Director of the Purdue University Student Health Center. The Director will lead a diverse and talented team comprised of 107 FTEs and manage an operating budget of $9.8 million at this dynamic, Big Ten institution. The successful candidate will hold a terminal degree in a medical or health related field (health administration, public health, health sciences, psychology, health promotion, etc.) and will:

  • Provide strategic leadership, vision, and advocacy for a broad based student-centered organization encompassing ambulatory health care, counseling and psychological services, health & wellness promotion services, and the administration of a health insurance plan for university students;
  • Advance efforts to achieve accreditation through AAAHC;
  • Serve as a key member of the Division of Student Affairs senior management team, reporting directly to the vice president for student affairs;
  • Collaborate with many constituents throughout the University and serve on several campus-wide and community-based committees to address issues of safety, emergency preparedness, student health and well-being, and public health concerns.

The full position announcement, including application instructions may be viewed at http://www.spelmanandjohnson.com/jobs/directorofthepurd_337/



Full-time Spanish teacher wanted for the fall at Marquette High School. Teacher expectations include:  a full-time teaching load of 5 sections per semester, helping with pastoral activities including student retreats , prefecting duties , and participation in faculty orientation and formation programs The ideal candidate will:  demonstrate commitment to the principles of Jesuit education,  have at minimum a bachelor’s degree in the appropriate subject area(s),  have Wisconsin state certification or be working toward certification, have a Master’s degree or be working toward a Master’s degree, have high school teaching experience

If you are interested, please send a letter of interest, résumé and contact list of references to: Jeff Monday, Marquette University High School. 3401 W. Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53208. E-mail: jobs@muhs.edu | Phone: 414-933-7220


Escalera Program Coordinator: Centro Hispano is seeking applications for the position of Escalera Program Coordinator. Escalera is a national after-school model developed by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) that promotes economic mobility for Latino youth by increasing their educational attainment, career planning, and access to advanced careers. The mission of the Escalera Program is to help vulnerable Latino youth graduate from high school, prepare for college, and make informed plans for their careers. This is a full-time, 40 hour per week position based at Centro Hispano. Full time employees at Centro Hispano receive a competitive benefits package including health insurance, dental insurance, simple IRA, disability and life insurance. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Interested applicants should provide a resume and cover letter via email to kenneth@micentro.org by August 1, 2012.


Job Opportunities with Madison Metropolitan School District:

Program Assistant Senior: Under general supervision of an administrator, is responsible for providing all central office secretarial and clerical tasks for divisions within the Department of Curriculum & Assessment. Tasks may include gathering and reporting technical information using data queries; editing and formatting technical reports and grants; supporting district-wide professional development initiatives; supporting conference requests and processing; entering, processing and monitoring department purchases and extended employment; and managing financial transactions across various funding sources. Deadline: July 20

Human Resources Receptionist/Clerk: Under general supervision of the Executive Director of Human Resources, the Human Resources Receptionist/Clerk Typist Senior is the first point of contact for all walk-in visitors to the Human Resouces Department. This position provides assistance in person, on the phone and via email to a variety of internal and external customers. Deadline: July 20

To apply, create a job application account online: https://hrweb.madison.k12.wi.us/jobs



AVID/TOPS Tutor Position, Fall 2012: Tutors 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. 

Work Schedule will be 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.

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/TOPS experience.

To Apply: Application can be found on the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County’s website (http://www.bgcdc.org ) under the “Get Involved” tab, and then the “Career” Tab. 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.


The Urban Ecology Center is seeking an Assistant Facilities Coordinator: The primary role of this full time position is to support the Center’s mission by ensuring the Center’s facilities, equipment, and grounds are well-maintained and hospitable. This position is responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of the building, vehicles, and related grounds. The Assistant Facilities Coordinator will construct, repair and maintain various equipment and building systems, ensuring accurate and appropriate records are kept. The position works with volunteers, transitional job candidates and service learners to achieve their goals, as well as the goals of the Center. The Assistant Facilities Coordinator works under the direction of the Facilities Manager to set work goals and priorities, and communicates with the Branch Managers and other staff members regarding facility and grounds projects.

Requirements for the position include a high school diploma or GED and equivalent job experience, with an Associates degree in a technical field preferred; 2-5 years experience in custodial and/or commercial facility maintenance; knowledge about and willingness to follow good safety practices; ability to train, motivate and oversee others; a valid driver’s license and clean driving record; reliability; experience with the use and care of hand and power tools; computer skills; good problem solving skills; ability to take direction; mechanical skills; and ability to be a team player. The beginning pay is $ 12.50 an hour. As a full time employee, this position is eligible for all of the generous benefits offered by the Urban Ecology Center, including medical, dental, and vision insurance, life insurance, short and long term disability, retirement plan, paid time off, professional development, and Eco-bucks.

Please applicants to visit http://urbanecologycenter.org/get-involved/jobs-internships.html to complete an online application. They must be prepared to attach: 1) a letter of interest, 2) a resume, and 3) contact information for 3-5 professional references. Applications will be accepted until August 3, 2012.


The Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (DMHSAS) is currently recruiting to fill either an IS Comprehensive Services – Senior or IS Comprehensive Services – Professional  position  at Winnebago Mental Health Institute (WMHI) in Winnebago, WI. Under limited direction of the IS Supervisor 2, this position will provide application support, maintenance, and development services for Wisconsin Resource Center (WRC) and WMHI customers. This position will interface with clinical and business operations to support computer automation initiatives to streamline and enhance operations. A high degree of written and verbal communication skills and a superior customer service attitude, combined with solid technical knowledge and skills are essential.

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:   Extensive experience and knowledge of Microsoft Access, Excel and Word (version 2003 and 2010) and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Understanding of project management methodologies and its implementation. Experience and knowledge of Windows XP operating systems; including the ability to troubleshoot system problems, networking problems, and application problems. Ability to extensively use a personal computer; work independently and as a team member; learn new concepts and business operations quickly. Must have exceptional organizational, verbal and written communication skills; visual acuity to read and interpret written documentation. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds to move telecommunication and computer equipment which includes monitors, CPU’s, printers, faxes, video conferencing equipment, UPSes, etc.; sit for long periods of time, using repetitive movements on a computer system.

How To Apply:   To be considered for this position, you will need to create an account and apply online. For instructions, click on the following link: http://wisc.jobs/public/links_page_detail.asp?pageid=756.  You must apply online to be considered for this position. Application materials will not be accepted if received in an e-mail, as a hard copy or a fax. If you are unable to complete the materials due to a disability, encounter technical issues or need assistance using the system, please contact the Office of State Employment Relations at wiscjobs@wisconsin.gov or 608-267-1012. Please provide your complete phone number in your message. You will be required to upload a current resume and complete a civil service examination. Your responses to the exam will be used to determine your eligibility for this vacancy. Resumes may not be substituted for answering these questions. Resumes are for supplemental purposes only and will not be reviewed.  Questions regarding the examination can be directed to Ashley Showers at 608-266-9822 or Ashley.showers@dhs.wisconsin.gov.

Deadline August 1, 2012.



The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is currently recruiting to fill:

Urban & Regional Planner-Advanced (Waukesha/Southeast Region office): The URP-Adv positions are responsible for leading the production of consultant/ in-house corridor plans and studies utilizing sound transportation strategies. These studies develop environmentally acceptable transportation alternatives that address the concerns of the general public and elected officials. Products of these studies include but not limited to location study reports and final environmental impact statements that result in enumeration of transportation projects in the state budget. Extensive cooperation with local units of government and other state agencies is required in these duties.  In addition, Urban and Regional Planner Advanced positions within the Department of Transportation analyze data to determine priority corridors, participate in regional and statewide planning activities.

Training Officer – Senior: This position is responsible assessing training needs across the department, including the planning and developing training programs for WisDOT supervisors, managers and employees. The incumbent will provide and deliver classroom training programs to department employees, including programs such as employee development, leadership/supervisory development and e-learning training. The position also evaluates training opportunities and makes modifications to meet emerging department needs and issues. This evaluation includes reviewing training evaluations and gathering data from trainees on the applicability of training sessions. The Training Officer – Senior will assist the Training Director and Bureau Director in the development and management of performance measures on department training programs.

Deadline to apply for both positions is July 23.



Radio Traffic/ Underwriting Coordinator:  Wisconsin Public Radio is seeking a customer service professional with high-level organizational skills and extreme detail orientation to support the sales team and ensure that traffic is accurate and billing is done correctly.  Requires:  Bachelor’s degree and 2 or more years experience in sales support, customer service or related. Facility with complex database software and more.   Application details here: http://www.wpr.org/about/jobs/RadTraf_Und_coord_pd.cfm


Part-time ON-AIR TALENT and BOARD OPERATORS needed: Great Country WDEZ 101.9FM has current openings for part-time on-air talent and part-time board operators. This is the perfect opportunity to get your foot in the door with an OUTSTANDING company.  If you are looking to get into the radio business or have been looking to get back into the business, send your resume. Prior radio experience is a plus but they will train the right individual who has a great attitude, is reliable and is willing to learn and grow. Please contact Joe Cassady, Program Director, WDEZ Radio, 557 Scott Street, Wausau, WI  54403 or email Joe at joe.cassady@mwcradio.com.


ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Hibbing): Midwest Communications has an immediate opening for an Advertising Sales Rep in our Hibbing, Virginia and Grand Rapids areas. They are looking for an individual with exemplary people skills and a ‘can-do’ attitude.  This is a full time position soliciting radio advertising.  If you have a proven sales track record, are creative, have an outstanding work ethic, great people skills and are computer savvy please apply today. They offer training in the industry, a full benefits package, and a generous vacation policy…not to mention a competitive base plus commission and bonus structure with unlimited opportunity for the ‘go getter’ with a strong sales background.   If this sounds like the right job for you, send your resume to Kristi.westrem@mwcradio.com, fax it to 218-263-6112, or mail it to Kristi’s attention at 807 West 37th Street, Hibbing, MN 55746.


Coordinating News Producer: WFRV-TV, the CBS affiliate in Green Bay, WI is looking for a Coordinating News Producer to join the Local 5 news team.  This management position will be responsible for guiding the night side news gathering efforts to include:  working with reporters on story generation and execution; approving rundowns, scripts, and topical promotion; dispatching crews, setting up future content, and managing web site;  fill-in as newscast producer and manage station projects as needed. Candidates should have a minimum of four (4) years experience as a newscast producer in a TV newsroom; have leadership qualities and a desire to move into management role. Knowledge AVID iNews computer system, AVID Newscutter editing equipment and experience writing and posting web content is preferred.
In addition to assigned schedule, hire may be asked to work nights and/or weekends, as well as “on-call” status as determined by management. To apply:  email cover letter, email, and links to on-air work to News Director Carmelyn Daley at Carmelyn.daley@wearegreenbay.com.  Materials may also be mailed to WFRV-TV, 1181 E. Mason Street, Green Bay, 54301.


Assignment Editor: WFRV-TV, the CBS affiliate in Green Bay, WI is looking for an Assignment Editor to join the Local 5 news team.  This management position will be responsible for helping guide news gathering efforts to include: working with reporters on story generation and execution; calling on stories and dispatching crews to breaking news, setting up live interviews and monitoring special projects. Candidates should have a minimum of two (2) years experience as an assignment editor or producer in a TV newsroom; have leadership qualities and a desire to move into management role. Knowledge AVID iNews computer system, AVID Newscutter editing equipment and experience writing and posting web content is preferred.

In addition to assigned schedule, hire may be asked to work nights and/or weekends, as well as “on-call” status as determined by management.  To apply:  email cover letter, email, and links to on-air work to News Director Carmelyn Daley at Carmelyn.daley@wearegreenbay.com.  Materials may also be mailed to WFRV-TV, 1181 E. Mason Street, Green Bay, 54301.

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