UW-Madison Information Guide and Tour Guide, Visitor & Information Programs
The Visitor & Information Programs is looking for outgoing and enthusiastic students to represent UW-Madison as Information Guides and Tour Guides beginning in spring 2014. In these positions, students sharpen their communication, problem solving, customer service, and leadership skills while working in a fun, fast-paced, and dynamic environment. Applications must be submitted by 11:00 p.m. on Monday, October 7.
Private Equity Team Intern, SWIB State of Wisconsin Investment Board
SWIB is seeking a student intern to work with the Public Equity Team. The intern will work up to 40 hours during the summer and 10 to 15 hours during the school year. This internship provides an opportunity to work on a variety of financial reports as well as become familiar with the SWIB private equity investment philosophy, strategy, and process.
Project Management Office Intern, SWIB State of Wisconsin Investment Board
SWIB is seeking a student intern to work with the Project Management Office (PMO). The intern will work up to 40 hours during the summer and 10 to 15 hours during the school year. This internship provides an opportunity to take a deep dive into all aspects of proves management, from design to implementation.
Real Estate Team Intern, SWIB State of Wisconsin Investment Board
SWIB is seeking a student intern to work with the Real Estate Team. The intern will work 35 to 40 hours during the summer and up to 15 hours during the school year. This internship provides an opportunity to assist with the collection of data and import into a real estate software system for analysis.
Trader for the Public Equities Group, SWIB State of Wisconsin Investment Board
SWIB is also seeking a senior-level trader to join its Public Equities Group. The trader is responsible for the purchase and sale of domestic and international equity trades. This position provides an opportunity to manage foreign exchange trading activities and develop and maintain a network of value-added trading relationships with top research firms and brokers.
Lead Clubhouse Specialist (FTE), Journey Mental Health Center
The Lead Clubhouse Specialist (LCS) at Yahara House models Clubhouse values in all aspects of job responsibility. S/he promotes the empowerment, strengths and recovery of individual YH members (consumers). S/he models working side by side with members as respected colleagues to enhance members’ self esteem, confidence, hope, skills, opportunity and sense of community. Duties include providing culturally competent, strength-based case management, crisis, psychosocial recovery, employment and related support services.
Bilingual Program Support Specialist (FTE), Journey Mental Health Center
The Program Support Specialist II (PSSII) position assists with the support, organization and administration of the operations of Outpatient Services (OS). The PSS II provides clerical and office management activities within the program. He/she produces documents, files, answers phones, and handles scheduling to support the clinical activities of the program. Additionally, this position requires providing some support services for the Latino/a Clinic.
Financial Specialist II (LTE), Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement
The Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement is looking for a financial specialist who will be responsible for assisting the central administrative office within DDEEA in human resources and financial management activities including: payroll processing, purchasing, e reimbursement, direct payment, and so on. This position provides confidential, administrative, and paraprofessional support. For more information please contact Jason Josvai at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 256 – 3229.