Weekend Job Board: October 26

Director of Residence Life (Asst. Director of University Housing at UW-Madison: The Division of University Housing seeks an exceptional individual to provide leadership and strategic vision for the department of Residence Life and its programs and initiatives. The Director of Residence Life is responsible for 25 full-time and 345 student employees and an annual operating budget of $5.5M. This position reports to the Director of University Housing and serves as a campus leader with regards to all aspects of student life. This person is responsible for providing leadership and direction for all residence life and student affairs functions in University Residence Halls. Deadline: November 19. For more information, see: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/WebListing/Unclassified/PVLSummary.aspx?pvl_num=74988

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Academic Personnel Office (APO) is hiring three students to support their office. All RISE applicants will receive an interview. Please note that the position is ONLY posted through the RISE program. Please send Resume to APO Inbox apo@ohr.wisc.edu. Deadline: November 1. (Please note that they will not be actively reviewing applications until mid‐November 2012.)

Check out the RISE website weekly for a list of updated job opportunities that are offered through partnerships: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/RISE/148.htm

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The Campus Women’s Center is hiring for Spring 2013

  • Outreach Coordinator: Serves as the primary contact for organizations and people interested in co-sponsoring with the CWC.  They promote CWC’s resources and lead Speaker’s Bureau programs, which are discussion-based presentations on a variety of issues such as body image, women’s health, domestic violence, and sexism that travel to different on-campus community groups.  The coordinator also organizes and brings speaker events to campus on a semester basis.
  • Support Services Coordinator: Updates and organizes the many resources the CWC has. Knowledgeable about the different resources, are able to refer students with questions. Support services is also in charge of peer-led support groups and self-defense workshops. They serve as a community liaison.
Deadline: November 5 at midnight.
Deliver applications to the CWC Office at Room 4416 of the Student Activity Center or email to Kati at cwc.volunteer@gmail.com.
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The Madison Metropolitan School District is currently taking applications for a variety of positions. Visit us at www.mmsd.org to view all of open positions & complete an application.
  • Clerk/Typist – Senior, Sherman Middle School (Starting Hourly Pay: $16.55; deadline to apply is 11/2/12).
  • Off-Campus/Neutral Site Program Substitute Teacher (Hourly pay: $28.94)
  • Steamfitter, 4 Positions  (Hourly pay: $35.85; deadline to apply is 11/2/12)
  • Receptionist, MSCR (Starting Hourly Pay: $15.31; deadline to apply is 11/2/12).

Questions? Comments? Contact Shauna Sendelbach at 608-663-1743 or srsendelbach@madison.k12.wi.us

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Midwest Communication’s is looking for a country brand manager for WDEZ in Wausau, Wisconsin. They’re looking for someone with music research, promotions, staff development/training, and on-air experience. The successful applicant will know that a great on-line experience for WDEZ’s audience is just as important as on-air excellence.This is a highly successful, market-leading brand. You’ll work with the best air staff in the region with a big 100,000 watt signal and very strong on-line and social media tools. Wausau, WI is one of the nation’s great small cities, with low cost of living, excellent schools, and high quality of life.  The ideal candidate is someone who’s thinking long-term about their career, and knows the difference between playing to win vs. coming in to work. Email air check, resume and cover letter to:  chris.conley@mwcradio.com or mail to WDEZ Radio, Attn:  Chris Conley, Operations Mgr., 557 Scott Street, Wausau, WI  54403.

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Communications Specialist, Department of Health Services at Wisconsin: This position provides comprehensive communication services for the Department, including centralized management of complex public information and internal communications issues for the Department. This position is responsible for developing, monitoring, and coordinating communications and actions of the Department and participating in the design, coordination, and implementation of an extensive communications program that promotes understanding, support, and confidence in the Department’s mission, activities, and objectives.  This position is also responsible for coordination and management of special and ongoing initiatives identified as priorities by the Office of the Secretary and the Governor’s Office.  While working closely with the Communications Director and the Department, this position manages assigned communications plans for the agency that provides Wisconsin residents information to make informed decisions about health and human services.  This position’s focus is mainly on coordinating responses to media inquiries, and also may include, but is not limited to, event coordination, creating published materials, preparing speeches, preparing legislative testimony, preparing briefing information for key executives and staff, and coordinating with the Department and Governor’s Public Information Offices.

To be considered for this position, apply online here: 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.

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 and are for supplemental purposes only.

Questions regarding the examination can be directed to Kate Hattery at 608-266-1555 or Kathryn.hattery@dhs.wisconsin.gov.

Deadline: November 5,  2012.

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Bilingual Clerk Typist at the Dane County Job Center: This position requires the ability to type 35 net words per minute with 77% accuracy and must be bilingual Spanish/English.  The individual in this position will be working in the lobby assisting customers with applying on-line for assistance and working at the Help Desk creating Requests for Assistance (RFAs)/scheduling appointments.     Hours for this position are 7:45 to 4:30 Monday through Friday at the Dane County Job Center.  Other duties will include creating RFAs and communicating with Spanish speaking customers by phone as needed.  Typing tests will be scheduled after the application submission deadline.  Successful applicants will be placed on an eligibles list for a minimum of six months.  Hourly pay is $17.56 with further merit increases to $20.11 with excellent benefits.  Anticipated exam:  Typing test and a oral translation will be scheduled after the application submission deadline.  Deadline: Friday, November 2 at 4:30pm.

For application materials and details, see: http://www.countyofdane.com/

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Spring Rose Growers Cooperative is hiring Latino Outreach Facilitator and Spanish Interpreter to co-facilitate the USDA-funded project Growing Spring Rose Cooperative with members and staff of the Spring Rose Growers Cooperative. The Coop was founded in the summer of 2010 by immigrant and minority farmers at the Farley Center Farm Incubator and has since expanded membership and programming, while keeping ties with the Farley Center (http://www.farleycenter.org/). The Co-op is in its second year of intensive technical assistance for and by socially disadvantaged producers in Southern Wisconsin. The facilitator reports to the board of the cooperative. She or he publicizes technical assistance services and activities offered by the cooperative and facilitates access to these by members and other participants, with a focus on the Latino community. This work includes but is not limited to producing a brief radio feature in collaboration with WORT 89.9 FM and the Farley Center for Peace, Justice and Sustainability. The facilitator is also responsible for interpreting and translating meetings, workshops and documents from and into Spanish. Finally, she or he assists the rest of the staff in meeting grant-reporting needs and other administrative tasks as well as works with individual members, the board, other staff and partner organizations for the development of the cooperatives’ technical assistance activities.

The position is grant-funded through December 2013. Pay is $17.25 per hour, averaging 20 hours/week.

Please send resume and cover letter Kelly Maynard Kelly.springrosegc@gmail.com (preferred) or by mail to: Kelly Maynard Spring Rose Growers Cooperative 810 West Badger Rd. Madison, WI 53713. Deadline: October 30.

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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