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.8 FTE – for statewide disability advocacy agency. Will coordinate state and federal legislative and policy activities of several disability organizations in WI.  Based in Madison.  For detailed position description and application requirements visit or call 608-267-0214. Salary: $36,000-$44,000 (at .8 FTE) depending on experience.  Excellent fringe benefits.  Please submit letter of application and resume for consideration.  Deadline: Deadline December 19, 2016.  Members of racial/ethnic minority groups and persons with disabilities strongly encouraged to apply.  EEO/AA Employer.

Is leadership for fiscal and grant management among your skill sets?  Are you experienced in providing comprehensive program management, staffing and logistics support within a higher education setting?  The Community, Natural Resources and Economic Development program area of the University of Wisconsin-Extension brings the educational resources of the University to individuals, businesses, non-profits, governmental agencies and communities to address critical needs and improve quality of life.  Consider applying today!

Application deadline: November 29, 2016

For details on how to apply


We are an AA/EEO employer

As an academic staff member of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension, employed with Waushara County, the 4-H Youth Development Program Advisor is an educational leader in teaching, accessing and applying research fi ndings in the social, human and behavioral sciences. The 4-H Youth Development Program Advisor takes a scholarly approach in organizing community resources in support of the inclusive positive development of youth, especially in the areas of leadership and civic engagement. The Program Advisor will work under the guidance and direction of the Waushara County 4-H Youth Development faculty member to support the Waushara County 4-H Youth Development Program while the faculty member serves part-time in a statewide program area liaison position. Application deadline: September 20, 2016 For details on how to apply visit: We are an AA/EEO employer

Work in a meat packing establishment performing precision functions involving the preparation of meat.
Work may include specialized slaughtering task, cutting standard or premium cuts of meat for marketing, making sausage, or wrapping meats.
Location: Endeavor, Wisconsin. Contact information: Robert (847) 778-4580.

Employ Milwaukee has released a REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) for a Construction Sector Services Provider to offer Construction Readiness Training and Placement Services for Milwaukee County for the period of: August 15, 2016 – June 30, 2018. Proposals will be available online at and at the Employ Milwaukee Office located at 2342 N. 27th Street.  Bidders Conferences will take place on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m. & Thursday, July 14, 2016 @ 2:00 p.m. Deadline to submit is Monday, August 1, 2016 by 4:00 p.m. Proposals received after the deadline will NOT be considered –

Absolutely no extensions!

Questions may be directed to:

Chytania Brown, Vice President of Planning and Grants


Compliance at

Milwaukee County Nutrition Educator Job Opening

University of Wisconsin-Extension has a Nutrition Educator position open in Milwaukee County. Provide lessons on healthy food choices, shopping for food and keeping food safe to limited income children, adults & families in community settings. Previous experience working with low income families highly desirable. Nutrition training provided. H.S. Grad or G.E.D. required. Preference for candidate bilingual in English and Spanish or Hmong. Must have transportation to fulfill position responsibilities. Salaried position with benefits. Go to UW Extension at for application and complete job description. For questions call Lelah Frey with UW Extension at 608-890-0741. Position closes May 24, 2016.

UW-Extension is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.​ A criminal records review will be conducted prior to employment. In compliance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, convictions and pending charges will be considered only as they relate to this position.

Bilingual Editor and Language Access Coordinator (100%)

Madison, WI

Coordinate and standardize a process to improve and enhance the quality of translation (and interpretation) for clients who have limited English proficiency.

Partner with the Program Planning and

Language Access Network (PPLAN) to:

• Develop a lexicon of phrases in frequently

used languages that can be referenced regu-


(i.e., EEO/AA statements in Spanish and


• Evaluate translation processes and improve

as needed

• Monitor translation/interpretation budget and

communicate with State Program Director

Team about the adequacy of funding and the

pace of spending

• Expand the Educational Resources Library

on SharePoint with existing translated re

sources, promotional material templates, lexi

con of frequently used phrases, and design

standards to improve 24/7 access for all col


Partner with the State Program Director Team

and the Instructional Design Specialist (PD&E


• Evaluate translated documents with the in

tended audiences to determine relevance,

usefulness, and appropriateness

• Improve the quality of educational programs

and materials for Limited English Proficiency


Application deadline: April 12, 2016

For details on how to apply visit:


This position performs work of moderate difficulty in coordinating all Records Bureau staff/operations and administrative duties for the Police Department.  Further information and application materials are available at or from the West Allis Police Department, 11301 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis, WI 53227, 414/302-8020. DEADLINE: 4 PM, 3-25-16.

Equal Opportunity Employer


The City is recruiting temporary laborers for spring and summer work. Further information and application materials are available at or Human Resources, City Hall, 7525 W Greenfield Ave, West Allis, WI  53214, 414/302-8270.  Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

Equal Opportunity Employer


A teacher recruitment fair will be held on

Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 8:00 a.m.-

1:00 p.m. at Vincent High School, 7501 N.

Granville Road, Milwaukee, WI 53224. School districts in Southeastern Wisconsin are seeking teachers for the 2016-2017 school year. District vacancies and registration information are available at

Pre-register by April 6, 2016.

Minorities are encouraged to apply.

Deputy Sheriff

Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department is estab- lishing an eligibility list for Deputy Sheriff positions. 2015 salary range: $22.24 – $31.98 per hour plus an excellent benefit package. Requirements: high school diploma or GED; 60 semester credits of post high school education or an Associates Degree by May 2, 2016; minimum age of 21 years by May 2, 2016 (except Veterans); and possession of a valid driver’s license. A listing of additional physical and other requirements is available on the Human Resources website. A written exam and physical ability test will be administered. Apply online

starting March 7, 2016 at Deadline to apply is 4:30 pm on Monday, March 21, 2016.

Waukesha County

(262) 548-7044

Equal Opportunity Employer


The North Shore Fire Commission, the City of Wauwatosa Police and Fire Commission and the City of West Allis Police and Fire Commission are accepting applications to fill current and future vacancies on the entry level Firefighter/EMT staff of the North Shore Fire Department, Wauwatosa Fire Department, and West Allis Fire Department. This is a joint hiring process; however, each Fire Department will be creating a separate hiring eligibility list. Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent, valid Driver’s License, 18 years of age by due date of application, Wisconsin EMT license and Wisconsin Firefighter I certification or equivalent. Preferred: Nationally Registered Paramedic Technician License. Preference Points: Preference points will be given to candidates who have obtained additional general and fire education and/or emergency medical licenses and certifications. Application Process: Interested candidates should apply on-line at the City of Wauwatosa’s website: The process will open February 26, 2016 and the deadline to apply and submit required documents is 4:30 p.m., Friday, March 11, 2016.

Please Note: Qualified candidates must successfully pass written examination, Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT), oral interviews, background and psychological investigations, medical examination and drug screen and possess a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License.

The North Shore Fire Department provides fire, rescue and emergency medical services to the communities of Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay. The Wauwatosa Fire Department provides fire, rescue and emergency medical services to the community of Wauwatosa. The West Allis Fire Department provides fire, rescue and emergency medical services to the community of West Allis.

An Equal Opportunity Employer



As a faculty member of the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension, employed with Milwaukee County, the Family Living Educator is an educational leader in teaching, accessing and applying research findings in family, health, nutrition and consumer sciences.  The Family Living Educator takes a scholarly approach in providing local leadership in support of efforts to strengthen the quality of family life, and to increase the ability of families and communities to effectively manage change. The Family Living Educator will work in a collaborative team effort with other Milwaukee County Extension colleagues to strengthen the capacity of community food and health systems to build financial capabilities among economically vulnerable families in Milwaukee County.  A major focus of the work will be integrating research-based educational approaches, resources and tools related to financial capability into the delivery frameworks of community food and health systems.  This effort will include digitally delivered family financial information, resources and support.

Application deadline: March 8, 2016

For details on how to apply visit:



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.  Must submit resume and cover letter for consideration.  Fluency in Spanish is strongly preferred.  $13-$17/hour DOE.  Excellent fringe benefits.   For detailed position announcement go to, or call 414-773-4646.

Please submit RESUME AND COVER LETTER by Monday, January 25, 2016.  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


Provide assistance and advocacy to adult enrollees in WI’s publicly funded long term care programs for statewide disability rights agency. FT position in Milwaukee. Details at or call 608-267-0214.

Deadline: noon 12/14/15. Members of racial/ethnic minority groups and persons with disabilities strongly encouraged to apply. EEO/AA Employer.

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.