Weekend Job Board 9/27

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Communications Intern, SWIB State of Wisconsin Investment Board

SWIB is seeking a student intern to work with the Public Information Officer (PIO). The intern will work up to 40 hours during the summer and 10-15 hours during the school year. This internship provides an opportunity to work on a variety of communication projects as well as become familiar with public policy issues.

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Student Spotlight: Barbara Gonzalez

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Barbara interning with Seventeen.

Barbara Alyssa Gonzalez is a junior with intentions of majoring in Journalism with a certificate in Chican@/Latin@ Studies. She came to UW-Madison by way of New York City through the First Wave Hip Hop Arts Scholarship. Additionally, she is a sister of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc., a contributing writer for MODA Magazine, and serves her campus community as a Greek Life Specialist Intern at the Multicultural Student Center.

This past summer, Barbara landed a highly competitive internship with Seventeen magazine in New York City.  Her application process began on ed2010.com – a website primarily geared towards posting internship opportunities that specifically relate to magazines and journalism.  After submitting her résumé, cover letter, and summer availability, she received phone call from Seventeen stating that they wanted to schedule an interview with her. Just a few weeks later, she received the exciting confirmation that she was chosen to be The Bookings Intern of Seventeen’s Photo Department!

“Working as a Bookings Intern for Seventeen meant that I worked mainly with the models. At Seventeen, not only do they hire models that are signed with agencies, but they also recruit “real girl” models who are readers of the magazine who send in pictures in hopes of being casted in the beauty shoots for the magazine.”  This meant that it was up to Barbara to conduct go-sees with the signed models, propose “real girl” models who would be a good fit for Seventeen’s beauty shoots.  She was also in charge of keeping the files with all of the model books in order, maintaining the monthly model board, staying in contact with the “real girls,” and any other duties that her supervisor assigned.

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Barbara with model Bella Kane.

“My internship tied directly into my student life at UW when it came to cultural awareness.  I had a very straightforward, clear commitment to promoting inclusivity of models from all cultural and ethnic backgrounds.  This ties directly into everything I’m involved with on campus, from my work with First Wave to my internship with the MSC,” she says.

Barbara also describes the differences between her Seventeen internship and her Greek Life Specialist internship with the MSC. The internship with the MSC helped facilitate Barbara’s transition to working at a fast-paced level.  At the MSC she typically works on long-term projects, but at Seventeen she was required to complete long-term projects while working on several small projects each day.

“I learned a lot about professional development as far as regular office things, such as time management and organization, but I also learned that as long as you have a clear goal set in your mind it is very possible to achieve it, no matter what obstacles try to get in your way,” she says.

However, working at such a fast-paced level did have its perks; Seventeen introduced Barbara to a whirlwind of celebrities.  “I met Aliana Lohan (Lindsay Lohan’s little sister), Nikayla Rivera (Naya Rivera’s little sister), Becky G (up and coming Latina rapper and singer), Keke Lindgard (world famous super model), Scotty McCreery (American Idol Winner), and I saw Carly Rae Jepsen in the office once!”  On top of that, Barbara also caught a glimpse of Oprah Winfrey.

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Barbara with Becky G.

With this experience, Barbara is more motivated than ever to pursue her journalistic ambitions.  “Working with Seventeen is something that I will cherish forever and has inspired me to even possibly create my own teen publication one day!”  We, here at the MSC, would like to congratulate Barbara on her success and wish her the best of luck with applying to the School of Journalism.

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Barbara chilling underneath the Hearst.

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Please visit http://www.seventeen.com for more information on Seventeen magazine.

Please visit http://www.ed2010.com/ for more information on journalism-based internships.

Please visit http://www.msc.wisc.edu/about/mission for more information on the work Barbara does with the Multicultural Student Center.

Blog post by Steven Rodriguez, Communications and Technology Specialist Intern of the Multicultural Student Center of the University of Wisconsin.

Weekend Job Board: September 20, 2013

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Engagement Specialist , Journey Mental Health Center

The Engagement Specialist position is responsible for providing a wide array of culturally competent, recovery oriented, trauma sensitive, direct clinical services provided in conjunction with Outpatient Services. Provides outreach, case management, individual and group therapy for clients of Outpatient Services who are identified as needing assistance with engagement in services.

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Meteorologist , WMTV – NBC 15

NBC 15 News is looking for a dynamic Meteorologist. This is the chance for an experienced storyteller and forecaster to shine in a market that has all four seasons and changing weather patterns. We are looking for someone who is comfortable forecasting our cold and snowy winters, severe weather springs, hot summers and cool autumns. We are looking for someone who possesses the skills to deliver an accurate forecast in a conversational style. The successful candidate will also be comfortable updating the station website and social media.

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Assistant Director of Development Hillel Foundation for Jewish Campus Life

University of Wisconsin Hillel seeks a creative and entrepreneurial Assistant Director of Development to help the organization reach its fundraising goals.  The Assistant Director of Development will oversee and implement all components of UW Hillel’s annual campaign.   The top candidate will use their problem solving and organizational management skills to strategize, create solutions and streamline the efficacy of the campaign.  They will take initiative; manage multiple projects with multiple deadlines; be well organized and focused; work efficiently; have excellent communication skills and be detail-oriented and accurate while keeping the larger picture in mind.

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Communications Manager Position Vacancy 77518UW Madison

The Communications Manager is a key staff member who will drive overall strategic direction, brand development, and organizational impact (progress toward grant deliverables) for the Wisconsin Clearinghouse. Major responsibilities will include development and implementation of a coordinated Community Transformation Grant communications strategy as well as providing technical assistance to improve the communications capacity for the project. The Wisconsin Clearinghouse for Prevention is the programmatic, fiscal, and administrative home for Wisconsin’s Community Transformation Grant (CTG), a 5-year project of the US Centers for Disease Control. At the heart of CTG is a belief that communities have the power and ability to affect health and well-being through prevention efforts that reduce health disparities and extend the evidence base for local policy, environmental, and infrastructure changes to support health.

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Human Resource Assistant, Alliant Energy Center

As a Human Resource Assistant you have the opportunity to work within all areas of human Resources. In this role, you will perform administrative support duties with extreme confidentiality and discretion, including internal and external customer inquiries via telephone and electronically, and inputting transactions into systems in accordance with operational procedures with direct supervision and oversight. This position may be filled at a Human Resource Assistant I or II level depending on the candidate’s experience.

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Law Enforcement Dispatcher (Deforest, Wisconsin & Statewide), Wisconsin State Patrol

These positions assist State Patrol in carrying out its mission of promoting highway safety and enhancing the quality of life for all Wisconsin citizens and visitors.  This position is a non-sworn telecommunications specialists who provides a “life-line” to state law enforcement officers, including troopers, inspectors and DNR wardens.

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Civil Engineering Spring/Summer Co-op Student  #1327, Ayres Associates

Ideal candidate will have junior or senior status and be pursuing a degree in civil engineering. Previous experience working on roadway construction sites preferable. Candidates must have a reliable means of transportation to travel to the office and project sites. A valid driver’s license, good driving record and personal vehicle insurance meeting company policy is required. This position may require overtime and out-of-town travel (generally within 50 miles of the office) and is expected to last January through August 2014.

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Weekend Job Board: September 13

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Strategic Planning and Transformative Director State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB)

The individual will be responsible for the strategic planning process as well as guiding business transformation initiative, process improvement, and technological and organizational change and will be a member of the senior management team, reporting to the Executive Director. SWIB’s mission is to provide prudent and cost-effective management of funds held in trust by the State and this is achieved with solid investment returns, consistent with the purpose of risk profile of each fund. Their vision is to strive to be a premier public investment organization, a place where professional excellence and public service thrive.

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NBC15 Morning News Anchor , WMTV

WMTV, Madison, Wisconsin’s Gray Television owned NBC affiliate, is looking for an experienced, personable, and versatile anchor. Candidates must have a strong command of the anchor desk and have exceptional on-air communication ability. The ideal candidate will excel in covering breaking news in a LIVE setting and will bring seasoned storytelling abilities. Our next anchor will be adept at engaging viewers on social media and enjoy interacting with the community.

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Service Dispatcher , H & H Imdustries, INC.

H & H Industries is seeking a part-time service dispatcher. The job responsibilities include receiving HVAC and plumbing service calls via fax, email, and phone. Log all work orders into the company phone system software, dispatching work orders, keep track of scheduled Preventive Maintenances, and so on. The applicant must have a high school diploma or a GED equivalent with additional training in accounting and office operation and be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. 

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Community Health Specialist: Prevention Coordinator for Student Wellness , University of Wisconsin – Madison

In collaboration with students, prevention colleagues, and other relevant partners across campus, utilize a public health approach to convene stakeholders; assess needs; identify gaps; and plan, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of wellness promotion and prevention strategies for the UW-Madison campus community. Use theory and evidence-informed practices and universal, selected and indicated prevention strategies that have a high likelihood of achieving measurable improvements in community-level health behaviors and outcomes. 

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Program Coordinator , Duke University

The Program Coordinator is responsible for assisting in the substantive and logistical programming of the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture from conceptualization to execution of events that promote the Center’s educational and cultural enrichment objectives as it pertains to Black life, culture and history.  The Program Coordinator assists in the advising of Black student organizations and student leadership development. S/he assists with MLWC involvement in annual campus community events and creative/arts related programming specifically.  Other responsibilities include public relations and marketing of MLWC, its programs and services, supervision of student staff and involvement in general Campus Life programs as assigned.  Candidates should submit an application online at the Duke Human Resources Web Site (http://www.hr.duke.edu/jobs/main.html) referencing requisition number 400764954.

 

 

MCOR 2013

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Check out a few highlights from the MCOR celebration on September 6th! More footage is coming – this is just a taste of the action and excitement at Union South! Check back and keep an eye on @UWMulticultural and the UW Multicultural Student Center Facebook Pages for more footage in the coming weeks!

Weekend Job Board: September 6th

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT THE MULTICULTURAL STUDENT CENTER

**Applications due TODAY!

Associate Communication and Technology Specialist Intern (Team Leader), Multicultural Student Center, UW-Madison

This specialist will serve in a management/supervisor and assist the MSC Communications Specialist staff member with student evaluations and scheduling as well as communications material production. They are expected to have an advanced knowledge of computer technology (web design, social media, and Adobe Creative Suite). The position also functions as an Assistant Editor position for MSC publications. Read more…

Communication and Technology Specialist Intern, Multicultural Student Center, UW-Madison

Assist with developing MSC marketing materials and stakeholder communications (Tapestry, Threads, social media, website, etc). Help produce, write, and edit articles, posts, and updates, as well as research and propose content ideas. Read more…

NOTE: Deadline for application is Friday, September 6th. Please download application materials here and e-mail along with a cover letter and resume to coneil@studentlife.wisc.edu or drop off at the MSC’s front desk (Red Gym, 2nd Floor). Please indicate which position (s) you are applying for.

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ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Part-Time Outside Sales Representative – TV Ratings Research, Nielsen

Nielsen, a global leader in measurement and information, is dedicated to providing clients with a precise understanding of what consumers watch and buy. Currently, Nielsen is seeking an enthusiastic and outgoing Part-Time Outside Sales Representative to make personal visits to potential Nielsen families, without an appointment, to effectively recruit families to participate in the TV ratings which will capture their viewing habits at no cost to the household. The Part-Time Outside Sales Representative’s core duties involve visiting prospective households, educating and recruiting them to participate in the TV ratings. Read more…

Boycott Coordinator:  Culinary Union Local 226, UNITE HERE! 

Boycott Coordinators develop strategy to move customers from boycotted properties, work with worker committees and lead teams of volunteer activists to plan and carry out creative actions to help enforce boycotts. The work is typically 30% – Coordinating and executing creative actions at strategic locations to help enforce boycotts and 70% – Research and campaign related work. Read more…

Electric Meter Technician, Alliant Energy Center 

Electric Meter Technician to work at our Field Office in Beloit, WI. In this exciting role you will be responsible for the installation, removal and testing of electric metering and service control equipment within your assigned territory. You will be responsible for maintenance and troubleshooting of meters. Candidate must have valid driver’s license. No relocation will be offered for this position. To apply for this challenging opportunity, please complete our online application at http://www.alliantenergy.com/careers. Deadline to apply is September 12, 2013. Read more…

Design Engineer – Controls, Actuant Corporation 

Creates and maintains designs for hydraulic controls supporting Enerpac Integrated Solutions business. Finalizes all engineering documentation necessary for product release. Assumes responsibility for multiple major engineering projects from quotation through commissioning. Establishes and reviews test procedures necessary to produce products to customer expectations. Be able to work in a team environment and gather information for projects, hold meetings and professionally communicate both orally and in writing with internal and external customers. Establishes, coordinates and maintains project programs to meet established timelines. Be able to produce hydraulic schematics and assembly prints. Capable of assembling hydraulic components/systems. Address and resolve production and customer problems related to product design. Review new products to insure they meet expectations before release. Communicate existing design issues to product development project engineer. Read more…

Financial Advisor, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management 

As a Financial Advisor, you will assist families and individuals manage their money. You will receive competitive compensation as well as increased earning potential for your services. In today’s competitive job market, this is an extraordinary opportunity to leverage the resources of a strong, global firm while using any experience you may have in management or the insurance, marketing or mortgage industries to run your book of business.

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Associate Media Specialist, Distance Learning Center, UW Superior

Provide multimedia and web development services to support online and hybrid learning within the Distance Learning Center, the Center for Adult Education and Outreach, and the University. Demonstrate professional growth. Read more…