Student Affairs Office
Job Description: Carry out various responsibilities as they relate to Student Affairs operations. Answer phones; answer general questions; prepare information packets; typing; filing; data entry; filling display racks; updating bulletin boards and assist during registration times.Contact: Mary Unger, Student Affairs Office Phone:
Preferred Skills: Good academic standing. People oriented; good oral and written skills; be able to work independently and possess a willingness to learn. Must be able to maintain confidentiality.
Hours Needed: 8-12 hours/week. Flexible. 3-5 students needed.
Contact: Levon Hudson, Learning Commons Coordinator Phone:
The library is looking for 4 new student employees in the Learning Commons/Library. Do you like working with people? Then this is the job for you!
Assisting library users at the Learning Commons welcome desk, checking out and back in library materials; answering basic questions about the Library and Learning Commons in person and on the phone; shelving; photocopying and faxing; filing; processing new materials; assisting library staff on various projects as assigned.
Professional, outgoing, friendly and approachable demeanor. Ability to work well with others. Attention to detail. Ability and willingness to learn new tasks. Basic computer knowledge helpful, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), basic computer troubleshooting.
Hours needed: 8-10 hours/week, flexible daytime and weekday evening hours. 3-5 students needed.
Must be available for daytime training 8-16 hours, during the week of August 24, 2015.
Job Description: Special event facilitator: lock/unlock doors, set up desks/tables, make certain needs of the group holding the event are met. Some custodial work as needed.Contact: Christi Larson, Maintenance Department Phone:
Hours Needed: 4-16 hours per week. On call.
Job Description: Set up and put away labs and demonstration equipment. Keep Physics equipment organized. Some repair work; project work; maintenance of equipment; poster preparation and placement and clerical work are required. Preferred skills: Physics background and familiarity with tools. Ability and passion to keep things organized.Contact: Dr. Swapnil Tripathi, CSEPA Department Phone:
Hours Needed: 5-10 hours per week. To be arranged.
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Job Description: Media preparation for BIO 251 (General Survey of Microbiology). Set up labs for all BIO 162 (General Botany), BIO 101 (Concepts of Biology), and BIO 251(General Survey of Microbiology) courses. Clean after labs, wash glassware, sterilize equipment, prepare stain and reagents, and care of the greenhouse.Contact: Dr. Toye Ekunsanmi, Biology Department Phone:
Preferred Skills: Preferably a student who is majoring in Biology and has taken Bacteriology or a course in chemistry, botany or biology.
Hours Needed: Flexible, but about 8 hours per week are required.
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Job Description: Help set up labs; prepare solutions and reagents; wash glassware; keep inventory; general lab maintenance and participation in certain Chemistry outreach projects.Contact: Dr. Mohamed Ayoub, Chemistry Department Phone:
Preferred Skills: Basic math skills, computer skills, and ability to follow directions with attention to detail.
Required: A grade of B or higher in an undergraduate Chemistry course.
Preferred Requisite: Full year of CHE 145 and CHE 155, or equivalent, with a grade of B or higher. This requirement may be waived with the instructor's approval.
Hours Needed: 8 hours per week. Flexible.
Job Description: Assist in handling inventory, data entry, laboratory set up and producing displays.Contact: Robert Sanborn, Geography Department Phone:
Preferred Skills: Computer skills (knowledge of, or willingness to learn Word, Access, Excel, etc.), legible handwriting, ability to work independently and attention to detail. Interest in science, especially earth science.
Hours Needed: 5-10 hours per week. Flexible.
Job Description: Maintain scene shop; supervise other students in set-building activities.Contact: Rick Ponzio, Theatre Arts Department Phone:
Preferred Skills: High school theatre activities and/or industrial arts background.
Hours Needed: 15 hours/week - Late Fall 2015 through Spring 16.
Heavy emphasis/mandatory hours during production time (February- March 2016). May also assist with visiting artist series (lights and ticket taking).
Job Description: Responsible for assisting with campus tours, student panels, campus open houses, new student orientations and advising/registration sessions.Contact: Angela Rintelman, Student Affairs CoordinatorPhone:
Preferred Skills: Must have completed one semester at UW-WC and have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
Hours Needed: Will vary, based on schedule. Flexible schedule is needed, with ability to assist with events during the school day, late afternoon and evenings.
Subjects: Writing, Math, Chemistry, Physics & other academic disciplines as needed.Contact: Levon Hudson, Learning Commons CoordinatorPhone:
Job Description: Provide supplemental academic assistance to students, either through one-on-one or small group interactions and maintaining accurate records. May also include some Desk Worker responsibilities.
Academic Requirements: Good academic standing.
Preferred Skills: Good oral and written communication skills, reliable, and able to work independently. A desire to assist fellow students.
Recommendation: A written recommendation from a UW-WC faculty member is required.
Hours Needed: Based on student availability and Learning Center needs, (up to 10 hours per week).
Student Union Staff
Job Description: Check out equipment and monitor use of the Student Union and TV Lounge. May also be asked to assist with poster making, compiling information packets and mailings while working. If all work is complete, students may study while working.Contact: Angela Rintelman, Student Affairs CoordinatorPhone:
Preferred Skills: May be required to discipline their peers and should be able to fairly handle all students using the Student Union or TV lounge. Must be reliable and on time.
Hours Needed: Will vary based on schedule (tentative hours 10:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday). Will hire 6-10 students.
Sports Officials (Intramural Volleyball, Basketball, etc.)
Job Description: Manage and maintain fair play by enforcing the rules of that particular sport. Make consistent and accurate calls for both teams during games. Must be dependable and show up on time when games are scheduled.
Preferred Skills: Good knowledge of the rules of the sport, and may have played at a competitive level. Officiating experience desired, not required. Able to discipline peers & display good sportsmanship.
Hours Needed: Will vary based on schedule (games are normally 12:10-12:50 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays). Days may vary - depending upon when teams are playing.
Contact Person: Debbie Butschlick, Athletic DirectorContact: Debbie Butschlick, Athletic DirectorPhone:
Phone: (262) 335-5238 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gym & Weight Room Staff
Job Description: Sweep & mop gym floor, clean & mop weight and storage rooms, help with noon activities, set up for evening school activities.Contact: Debbie Butschlick, Athletic DirectorPhone:
Preferred Skills: Self-motivated, listen to instructions, able to control their peers and must be on time.
Hours Needed: Will vary based on schedule (tentative hours: 9:00am-6:00pm, Monday through Friday). Will hire 4-6 students.
Broan-NuTone Career Fair 10/13/2016
Broan-NuTone will be hosting a Career Fair with Tours on October 13th, 2016 from 6am to 8am and then 3:30pm to 6pm. This career fair will have immediate interviews onsite for candidates that meet the min requirements. We are looking to fill hourly and salaried positions: Distribution, Assembly, Welding, Engineering, Sales, Marketing, etc…
Below you will find the link where candidates can go to read about the fair, location, times and also register.
Contact: Domonic Wiedenhoeft
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Part-time Accounting Intern Cost Accountant Department
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :
· Assist with computing values of inventory part records through the engineering change order approval process. Consists of calculating and setting new costs, also review of the cost change impact to existing part records from the engineering change order process. Review and analysis of costs will be under the supervision of the cost accountants.
· Also, as time permits, help to prepare Excel worksheets from financial information as requested.
· Support the mission of Manitou Americas : To achieve profitable growth by manufacturing and distributing high quality compact equipment and to deliver increased value to our customers and shareholders.
· Adhere to company policies and procedures.
· Other duties as assigned.
· High school diploma required.
· Proficient in Microsoft Office - Experience in Excel preferred.
· Proficient in interpersonal and communication (verbal and written).
· Interest in business, accounting or finance.
LOCATION AND TRAVEL EXPECTED :
· This position is located in West Bend, WI
· No travel is required.
The position will be 10-15 hours per week. Hours are flexible.
Apply online at http://www.gehl.com/about-us/careers
Contact: Anne Pavlik
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Production Assistant/Warehouse Coordinator-Paid internship
Company Summary: Diamond Marketing designs and manufactures permanent displays and is located in West Bend, WI. We specialize in the entire spectrum of the P-O-P industry, including: market research, design, engineering, prototyping, production, assembly, warehousing and global distribution. A dedicated, talented team of project managers, designers, and production managers work together to ensure seamless, timely and quality programs.
Description of Position: Working at a small company, as Diamond Marketing is, means daily tasks, duties and responsibilities will be varied and fluid. Flexibility is a real plus.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
1. Receive and fulfill incoming client orders
2. Assemble, package and ship orders
3. Conduct assembly of units and packing at warehouse
4. Perform shipping functions such as generate labels, packing slips, pack into cartons and arrange for delivery to shipping company such as UPS and FedEx
5. Communicate with customers on tracking details and special orders
6. Responsible for tracking warehouse inventory, and replenishing as needed
7. Assemble and set up displays
8. Assist in conducting photo audits
9. Perform general marketing research
10. Assist with prototype and/or production of displays
11. Assist with answering phones and direct calls to appropriate person and/or handle inquiry
12. Assist with other office projects and day-to-day activities
13. Be familiar with and use Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs and other computer programs
14. Good communication, clerical, time management and organizational skills needed
15. Mechanical knowledge with hand and power tools helpful
16. Able to work a forklift a plus, but not required
17. Valid driver’s license and insurance required
18. Run errands to vendors (picking up and dropping off component parts, etc.)
19. Filing and general office work
20. Occasional office cleaning, including vacuuming, taking out garbage, shoveling, etc.
Office hours at 8:00-5:00, Monday through Friday. Intern hours are approximately 25-30 hours per week for the summer and 15-20 hours per week during school year. Actual hours to be determined based on class schedule.
Resumes should be sent to our Director of Operations, Paul Bertheaume (email@example.com) or mailed to:
2220-B Stonebridge Road
West Bend, WI 53095
Contact: Paul Bertheaume-Director of Operations
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Fill N Chill Internship
Fill n Chill Frozen Yogurt Bar in Slinger (421 E. Washington Street) is in need of UW-Washington County students to serve as paid intern who will assist with the day to day operations of the restaurant!
Team lead positions in areas of accounting, social media, web design, and marketing are available. Here’s your chance to utilize you talents and gain valuable experience by helping Fill n Chill update/manage Facebook page, create marketing plans, assist with day to day operations or design their website. Lots of possibilities are available so let’s talk!
Contact: Chris Roland, Academic Advisor
| Phone: 262-335-5218 Apply
Graphic Design Work
Local History Book – Graphic Art/Design Opportunity
Graphic arts/design person needed to create the layout and design (under general collaboration with author) for a book publication.
Local author, Barbara Johnson, is currently working on a local history book about Big Cedar Lake in West Bend, WI. It is, in fact, a follow up to the success of her first book - self-published in 2007 - titled, Big Cedar Lake: A Guide to Her Past and Present, which has sold over 1,500 copies. Here's one link to a brief description of that first book: http://books.google.com/books/about/Big_Cedar_Lake.html?id=FF3ZPQAACAAJ
This current project will, like its predecessor, be 100 to 130 pages in length with richly illustrated layouts (including full-bleed spreads, boxed text and images of varying size and rotation) and will also incorporate an illustrated timeline (showing the evolving nature of the lake and its culture throughout the decades) in its design. The working print/publication deadline for this project is mid to late summer, 2015.
- Creative ability in design, page layout, photo manipulation and illustration.
- Create page templates and graphic / paragraph style standards
- Place and format content (text, photos and graphics) into the template
- Optimize images and prepare files for print / publication
Candidate will use their own software (Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator) and equipment to perform the necessary tasks to take the manuscript provided to print/publication.
Copy, images and design manuscript will be provided to candidate by June 1, 2015
Deadline for Print/Publication: August 1, 2015
Contact: Chris Roland, Academic Advisor
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AmericInn Hotel Internship
Small Business Internship
Experience the hospitality business, and discover what it takes to operate a small business.
Internship is a one year commitment.
Highlights of Internship
· Experience working all three shifts
· Peachtree Accounting including biweekly and quarterly tax filing
· Account Reconciliation
· Working with a Franchise
· AmericInn online training
· Running a small business
Details of Internship
· Candidate would work 3rd shift doing night audit position every other Friday and Saturday. 11pm-7am.
1st (7am-3pm) or 2nd shift (3pm-11pm) one Saturday and two Sundays a month.
· Every other week 2-6hrs of on hands training with management gaining experience on all other aspects of running a business, listed above. Must be done between 9am – 3pm. on a weekday. Will coordinate schedule with candidate.
· Internship will start the week of April 27, 2015. Training hours during this period will be M-F for two weeks. Typically 3-5 hours for 4 days from 3pm – 8pm. And 3-5 hrs. with night auditor for 3-4 days.
· Rate of Pay: $8/Hr.
Interested candidates please submit resume to Kris Gannon at the AmericInn Hotel in West Bend. 2424 W. Washington St. West Bend, WI 53095. I can be reached at 262-483-0095 for additional questions.
Contact: Kris Gannon
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Joint Public Relations Internship
FYI, St. Joseph’s Hospital in West Bend and Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls are offering a joint public relations internship opportunity, in case you’re interested or can share with students who might be.
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