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Library Assistant

Special Collections at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries is seeking a customer service oriented office/program manager with exceptional organizational skills to help manage a very active Special Collections program.

Under the general supervision of the Head of Special Collections, this position serves as the lead worker and resource person for the Special Collections Department and is responsible for the day to day operations of the area, including staff scheduling; monitoring and ordering supplies; maintaining departmental calendars; ensuring that security and preservation procedures are followed; providing general reference assistance at the service desk; performing catalog maintenance and verification; and maintaining and compiling departmental statistics. The position is also responsible for assisting in the training and supervision of student assistants and interns; production of exhibits; planning and organization of public programs, library instruction sessions, and departmental presentations; departmental website design and upkeep; design of promotional materials; and coordinating responses to correspondence, telephone, and e-mail requests. This position is responsible for providing excellent customer service in a professional manner and serving as a model representative of UWM and the Libraries.

Minimum Qualifications

  Customer service experience

  Proficiency with Microsoft Suite including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint

  Experience using the internet

Preferred Qualifications

  Experience in an academic library

  Experience with special collections, archives, or rare books

  Basic cataloging knowledge with an understanding of MARC format

  Knowledge and experience with HTML mark-up language, Dreamweaver and basic web design

  Knowledge of basic preservation techniques and practice as these relate to special collections materials

  Experience with design for print and digital materials

  Knowledge of content management systems and other web-based tools

  Minimum 2 years experience in office management

  Knowledge of library call number systems

  Supervisory experience

  Excellent written and verbal communication skills

For Full details and to apply, see

Historic King Drive Business Improvement District (BID #8)

The Historic King Drive Business Improvement District #8 (“BID”) is an organization responsible for the improvement, economic development and promotion of the two-mile stretch named after the famed civil rights leader.  The mission of the BID is to attract and retain successful businesses.  If you possess experience working in some combination of the following areas: economic development and/or revitalization, constituent services, nonprofit management, government/public policy, small-business assistance, or urban planning, have at least a Bachelor’s degree, appropriate computer skills and have the ability to engender trust and respect with people of diverse social, economic, racial, and educational backgrounds, we want to talk to you.  This position reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the marketing and communications, administrative, financial and operational aspects of the BID.  Submit your qualifications and experience to

The BID is an EOE.

Se Busca Conserges

Conserges: Proximamente en el norte de Bayshore y Madison: 2-7am empezando a $10.00.  Debe tener transportación.  Limpieza de Restaurante: Equipos de cocina, limpiar baños, sacudir, limpiar y pulir pisos.  Llamar a Alex 630.666.2102.

Contractual Construction Project 

Manager – Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee

Perform project management and development work, including planning and coordination of design/implementation, oversight of rehab and construction activity.

Bachelor’s Degree Civil Engineering or related area preferred.

Minimum of four years’ construction-project management experience spent on multi-family residential buildings preferred.

The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee (HACM) complies with Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968.

For a full job description and to apply go to

Cement Finishers Needed

Precision Contracting Services is looking for cement finishers to join our Concrete Division. Minimum 3 or 4 years experience as well as set up experience. A valid driver’s license is a must as a company vehicle will be used for this position.  Please send resumes and cover letters to

CDL Driver Needed

Precision Contracting Services is looking for a CDL driver with experience in general labor. A valid driver’s license, clean record, and drug screen will be needed before starting this position. Please send resumes and cover letters to


Needed for statewide disability organization. 27.5 hours/week (Mon.-Fri.).  Provide receptionist and general administrative support to office. Experience: database, word processing, MS Word, Excel, answering multi-line phone, screening and routing calls. Fluency in Spanish is required.  $13-$17/hour DOE.  Excellent fringe benefits.   

For detailed position announcement go to, or call 414-773-4646.

Resume and cover letter by Sunday Oct 11th, 2015. Send to: Disability Rights Wisconsin, 6737 W. Washington St., #3230, Milwaukee, WI 53214 or email to  Members of racial/ethnic

minority groups and persons with disabilities

strongly encouraged to apply.  EEO/AA employer.

Request for Proposal – BP 2

Site location: Zurn Headquarters at Reed Street Yards Global Water Technology Park (Located on Freshwater Way, Milwaukee, WI 53204)

Plans Available: August 26, 2015

Proposals Due: September 9, 2015

Send Proposals To: C.D. Smith Construction c/o Rod Krings, Project Manager

Overview: C.D. Smith Construction will begin new construction for the 52,000 SF Zurn – Reed Street Yards Office Building, beginning September 1, 2015, near the 6th Street viaduct at Global Water Technology Park. C.D. Smith is currently seeking proposals on Bid Package 2 for the following trades:

• Structural Steel

SBE (25%) & RPP (40%) participation is strongly encouraged.  C.D. Smith Construction is a union contractor.

Plans: Please contact to be added to the distribution list.

Reference Documents:

• Eppstein Uhen Architects Progress drawings, dated 8.24.15 (pending release)

• Eppstein Uhen Architects Specifications, dated 8.24.15 (pending release)

Bid Instructions: See additional exhibit titled “Instruction to Bidders” prior to submitting a proposal.


Disability Rights Wisconsin seeks Public Interest Attorney in Madison or Milwaukee office to assist benefit specialists in disability-related public benefits cases, conduct trainings, and provide direct legal representation.  For detailed Postion Announcement, salary range, and application requirement, visit

for more information.

EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce.  Submit RESUME AND COVER LETTER to or mail to: HR, 131 W. Wilson St, Ste 700, Madison, WI 53703.  Deadline: Sept. 21, 2015 to be considered for first round of interviews.   Will remain open until filled.


Disability Rights Wisconsin seeks a Project Coordinator for the Violence against Women with Disabilities and Deaf Women Project.  Provide overall coordination and strategic planning.  Must have experience/knowledge of domestic violence, sexual assault and persons with disabilities.  Bachelor’s Degree in related field or equivalent experience.  Excellent salary and fringe benefits.  For detailed position description visit

EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce.  Submit RESUME AND COVER LETTER to or mail to: HR, 131 W. Wilson St, Ste 700, Madison, WI 53703.  Deadline: Sept. 21, 2015 to be considered for first round of interviews.   Will remain open until filled.

Intake Specialist

Disability Rights Wisconsin seeks a part-time Intake Specialist to perform client intake functions and other duties in Madison Office.  Requires contact/experience with vulnerable persons, substantial phone experience, excellent listening and communication skills; data base and experience with persons with disabilities desired.  Degree in Social Services or equivalent experience.  Excellent and fringe benefits.  For detailed position description visit

EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce.  Submit resume and cover letter to or mail to: HR, 131 W. Wilson St, Ste 700, Madison, WI 53703.  Deadline: Sep. 8, 2015 to be considered for first round of interviews.   Will remain open until filled.g

Bilingual Master Level Case Manager

Milwaukee Mental Health Associates,Inc.

Employment Type:Full Time

Start Date:Immediately


Required Experience:1 to 20+ years


Experience working with the persistently mentally ill and/or co-occuring disorder adult population in a Community Support Program.

Masters Degree in mental health services or related field from an approved college/university and certified CSAC or SAC.

Bilingual in Spanish.  Case manage and advocate for caseload of adult consumers with co-occuring disorders preferably 3000 hours experience working with the population.  Effectively contributes as a multi-interdisciplinary treatment team member/leader Knowledge of the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) and Integrated Dual DIAGNOSIS Treatment (IDDT) model of care ability to provide individual and group therapy ability to coordinate the services of community agencies providing social, health and rehabilitation services for the target population.  Document clients problems and formulate individual recovery plans to meet those needs to make home visits, arrange for physical, medical and/or psychological assessments and/or treatment, including alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA).  Provide on-call services during the week, weekend and holidays on a rotated schedule and make necessary contact as dictated by the precipitating crisis involving the client to attend staff development programs and in-service training.

Must have a reliable insured vehicle.

Send resume to:

Call for more information: 414-873-1960

DISABILITY RIGHTS WISCONSIN STAFF ATTORNEY – CIVIL RIGHTS and SCHOOLS, FULL TIME – MADISON OFFICE.DRW is the statewide protection and advocacy organization for people with disabilities. Staff Attorney with 1 to 5 years’ experience to handle individual cases and participate in impact litigation and non-partisan voting rights activities. Expertise in disability law, employment and housing discrimination law preferred, knowledge of special education systems a plus. Dynamic work environment with the opportunity to work with creative, dedicated staff committed to social justice. Salary: $41,500 – $45,800 DOE. Excellent benefits. Resume and cover letter by July 15th to: Disability Rights Wisconsin, 131 W. Wilson St., Suite 700, Madison, WI 53703 or by email to For position description see or call 608-267-0214. Members of racial/ethnic minority groups and persons with disabilities encouraged to apply. EEO/AA employer.