Weekend Job Board: July 27

We have extended the application deadline to August 21 for the Multicultural Student Center Associate Director position AND increased the salary range ($48-59K)! We are looking for someone to supervise staff a, manage programming funds, oversee our social justice education programming initiative (the Institute for Justice Education and Transformation – IJET) by maintaining and expanding the curriculum, and foster community and campus relationships. Candidate must have a bachelor’s degree + 6 years of professional experience OR Master’s degree + 5 years professional experience in relevant areas. Candidate must also demonstrate knowledge of and/or skill working at the intersection of Racial Justice and other Social Justice issues. Send resume and cover letter to dsteele@studentlife.wisc.edu. The revised job posting can be found here. 


SWIB (State of Wisconsin Compliance Board) is hiring a Performance and Compliance Analyst in their Enterprise Risk and Compliance Group. The analyst  will  be responsible for  producing SWIB’s preliminary, monthly, and quarterly performance reports.  The analyst will also work closely with the compliance officer and  assist with SWIB’s compliance program. A Bachelor’s in finance, accounting, or similar degree preferred. Send resume, cover letter, and salary history/requirements under the subject line “Performance and Compliance Analyst” to resumes@swib.state.wi.us. See full posting here. Deadline: August 3, 2012


City Year Milwaukee has three more Corps Member positions available!  The process will be moving extremely quick as the Corps Year starts on Monday, August 13and registration is on August 7.  See application here: http://www.cityyear.org/milwaukee_ektid15779.aspx

Corps members are tutors, mentors, and professional role models. At City Year’s locations across the United States and in South Africa, and London, young people – called “corps members” – serve full time for 10 months. These young leaders put their idealism to work for children and communities through school-based service, youth leadership programs, and community transformation. These employees will work on a team in order to develop and implement strategic interventions to address the needs of students in eight partner schools.  These young leaders begin their in-school service before the first bell rings and stay until the last child leaves the after-school program by providing: academic support, attendance monitoring and incentives, positive behavior support, after-school programming; and in-school programs and activities such as assemblies and celebrations that improve the overall school environment.

As an organization that values diversity of all kinds, it is important to include a diversity of educational experience. They recruit people with High school diplomas, some college experience (to do City Year as a “gap year” experience), and college graduates between the ages of 17 and 24. Students from all schools have and will continue to strengthen the service that our Corps Members provide to the community.  Candidates must be able to multi-task, lead and follow others, and be open to personal/ professional growth. Compensation is $564 bi-weekly plus $5,550 Educational Award and eligibility for over $2,700,000 worth of elite graduate and undergraduate school scholarships.


Journey Mental Health Center is hiring! Applications are available online or for pick up at 625 W. Washington Ave. All positions open until filled.

  • Psychiatrist (Full-time): Provides medical assessment and monitoring of client needs, and clinical consultation to other team members. Responsible for medical aspects of clinical care within the team and for working with psychiatry residents and staff psychiatrists. Opening includes providing consulting services to outpatient services, JMHC’s community gero-psychiatry team, and a residential facility.
  • Senior Clinical Specialist (Full-time): Oversees clinical services, helping with day to dat operations, designing and utilizing reporting mechanisms, providing consultation and training (including cross-cultural), and providing direct services to a reduced case load of consumers.
  • Registered Nurse (LTE): Provides professional nursing services to adults seeking mental health or co-occurring disorder services. Provides culturally competent care and services to individuals in the Resource Bridge Program. Works closely with a multidisciplinary team to plan, coordinate, and deliver medication services. Primary direct services include working with clients and prescribers to coordinate medical services, medication-related case management services and assisting in client transfer of care as needed.
  • Team Leader (Full-time):  Responsible for providing professional clinical and supervisory services to diverse populations. Provides culturally competent, recovery oriented and trauma informed by supervision, therapy and case management services on a wide array of child, adolescent, family and adult mental health and substance abuse cases.


Multimedia News Anchor Wanted for NBC15 in Madison. Individual will be responsible for co-anchoring Madison’s moist-watched morning newscast. This person must thrive on being part of a newscast with a sense of urgency. Must have exceptional anchoring and live reporting skills. Previous experience as a new anchor is required. Must be an excellent communicator with an engaging personality and must realize the importance of multiple news platforms (including social media). As a key face of the station, representing NBC15 at community events is required. Send resume and link of work to cgegg@nbc15.com. Or send resume and non-returnable DVD to “Personnel-Anchor Opening, NBC15” at 615 Forward Drive, Madison WI 53711. No phone calls please.


Common Wealth Development Hiring Youth Employment Specialist: This individual will focus especially on job development and networking with businesses to create employment opportunities for youth from our programs. They will also work directly with teens and help deliver our employment and financial education, college access, job placement, saving, and mentoring programs for underprivileged youth. This is a 35 hr/wk position with some evening hours required. Starting salary is $28,210/yr w/full benefits, raised to $29,120/yr after 6 months satisfactory job performance. Applicants should have 2 years experience working with, and/or mentoring youth from low-income homes and/or from racially diverse backgrounds, a valid driver’s license, and regular access to an insured car. See the full description here: http://www.cwd.org/now-hiring-youth-employment-specialist/

To apply, submit a complete application packet to: Common Wealth Development, 1501 Williamson Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53703. Application packets must contain each of the following: 1) an employment application; 2) a resume; and 3) a cover letter describing your experience and/or ability to: a) work with, and/or mentor, teens from low-income homes and/or from racially diverse backgrounds; b) network with the business community and/or help individuals find employment; and c) lead training sessions. Applications are available online at www.cwd.org and at the address above. Complete application packets (see above) must be received by 5:00 pm, Wednesday, August 8, 2012.


The Wisconsin Department of Transportation seeking an Environmental Analysis & Review Specialist for Madison Office.  As the Department’s Environmental Process Specialist, this position has responsibility for the research, analysis, consultation and coordination of services on proposed environmental laws and regulations including the development and recommendation of Department responses to initiating bodies. This position synthesizes state and federal environmental laws and their related regulations and processes these into Departmental operational policy. In addition, this position will assist the Department’s operating units and consultants under contract with the Department in the development, implementation, and documentation of environmental processes under the provisions of the National and Wisconsin Environmental Policy Acts and the Department’s environmental operational policies, guidelines and procedures. Other responsibilities include analyzing and evaluating the impacts of Department plans, programs and projects on the environment, recommending alternate courses of action, options or techniques which would improve or mitigate impacts. More details online: http://wisc.jobs/public/job_view.asp?annoid=60671&jobid=60186&index=true. Deadline: July 29, 2012.

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