Job Board: October 12

Financial Specialist for Adventure Learning Programs (ALPS)

The Financial Specialist of ALPs will assist the coordinators and EE specialist in efforts to manage ALPs’ budget in a fiscally responsible manner and through processing and updating ALPs’ purchases and expenses.
Please submit the application, a cover letter, resume and letter of reference to Cross-College Advising and the Greater University Tutoring Service (GUTS) can be helpful resources when creating a resume and cover letter. Deadline: October 17th by 5pm.


Assistant Payroll Supervisor for the Madison Metropolitan School District

Responsibilities include significant payroll duties such as running payrolls and offering support for all categories of employees of the Madison Metropolitan School District using multiple human resource software systems. This position also involves managing a variety of administrative tasks for the Human Resources Department (e.g. scheduling, report preparation, assisting with budget preparation & maintenance, major projects & tasks and other Human Resources functions) under the direction of the Executive Director of Human Resources. Please visit for more information. Deadline: October 19th


Steamfitter for the Madison Metropolitan School District

Under general supervision of the Assistant Director of Building Services and direct
supervision of Facilities Manager, this position is responsible for a wide variety of duties in the installation, maintenance and repair of heating, air conditioning, and temperature control systems, etc. in all Madison Metropolitan School District facilities. The position requires varied working hours and availability on an emergency basis. Please visit for more information. Deadline: November 2nd


The University of Milwaukee’s Peck School for the Arts is seeking a graphic designer and webmaster. Duties include independently and creatively developing print and web design concepts for 350-400+ events/year in addition to supporting 5 departments, 2 professional organizations, multiple administrators and student groups; program sites/pages and/or direct student interns and/or others on the team on website programming needs; establish visual priorities and messages and display leadership by meeting other department staff and others; create opportunities to incorporate graphic design students into school-wide visual projects to provide students with professional experience. Persons interested in being considered for this position must apply through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Employment Site located at Deadline October 24.


The Latino Academy of Workforce Development (LAWD) announces a job opening for the Office Manager position. Areas of responsibility include but are not limited to: Assist in developing, creating and coordinating innovative programs that meet the needs of our clients; Help in hiring instructors to develop and deliver current, state-of-the-art workplace programs; Write articles, class schedules, websites, and program advertisements to promulgate training opportunities; Assist in supervising the production of numerous marketing materials such as ads, brochures, web-related materials, etc; Organize, plan, and execute events, such as conferences, seminars, trainings  in support of the Latino Academy; Provide training feedback to participants to build new and sustain existing relationships; Prepare quarter reports and assisting in grant research and grant writing; and more.

Interested candidates who meet the listed qualifications should submit their resume accompanied with a cover letter to the Latino Academy of Workforce Development via fax (608) 249-7889 or via email to Deadline October 19.


The GAPS (Games and Professional Simulations) Consortium is looking for a Research and Technical Writer in developing and editing government proposals, annual grant reports, research publications, and assisting with other documentation as needed such as articles, brochures, multimedia writing for our website and online blog This position must enjoy collaboration with a high-performing team of faculty, graduate students and researchers. This position will work with the Games and Professional Simulations (GAPS) research consortium on the UW-Madison campus. In order to be considered, please make sure the applicant submits a resume, cover letter, and sample of academic writing. Apply online here:


The LGBT Campus Center is currently seeking volunteers! Types of volunteer activities:

  • Office Vibe: these volunteers help with the daily operations of the Campus Center a couple of hours per week, but more importantly greet visitors as they come into the Center
  • Event Team: these volunteers help out when they can by responding to volunteer blasts, duties might include helping set up or break down at events
  • Street Team: help us get the word out! We arm you with flyers and chalk and you spread the word about our events in your neighborhood, building and on your facebook; help us by being a brand GLAMbassador!

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out the interest form found here(

Every week, the MSC posts a job board with national, regional, local, and campus full-time, part-time, internship, and volunteer opportunities. 

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