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Motorcycle Shop Helper

West Bend Harley-Davidson (West Bend, WI 53095 ) is a locally-owned business and full-service Harley-Davidson dealer. Our experienced Service Dept. is in search of a shop helper to join our team.
Motorcycle detailing
General labor – grounds maintenance, lawn mowing, janitorial, etc…
Providing assistance to all service employees
Over 18 years old with a valid driver’s license and good driving record (preferred but not necessary)
Job Type:
Part-time to Full-time depending on the season
Hourly based pay
Please call 262-338-8761 (ask for Louie), drop off your resume at the dealership, or send your resume to

Summer Recreation Employment Opportunities

Regner Park Beach Lifeguard
The City of West Bend Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for this position.  Lifeguards are hired to work at the City’s Regner Park Beach.  Applicants must be 16 years old or older and possess a current Lifeguard Certification including CPR/AED/First Aid. American Red Cross, YMCA, or Ellis certifications are acceptable.  Applicants must be available on a regular basis June 5 – August 19, including evenings and weekends. Beach operation hours are 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. daily. Pay is $8/hour.
Regner Park Beach House Attendant
The City of West Bend Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for this position.  Beach House Attendants are hired to work at the City’s Regner Park Beach.  Applicants must be 15 years old or older and possess proficient knowledge and skills of money handling, customer service, and have a high level of responsibility.  Applicants must also be available on a regular basis June 5 – August 19, including evenings and weekends. Beach operation hours are 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. daily.  Pay is $7.25/hour. 
Summer Sports Instructor
The City of West Bend Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for this position. Instructors must be 15 years old or older, possess a good working knowledge of soccer, tennis, football, basketball, volleyball and/or baseball, ability to lead a large group of children, and have a high level of responsibility. Applicants must also be available on a regular basis June 11 – August 3, during the morning and evening hours. Pay is $7.25/hour.
If you are interested in these employment opportunities, please submit a completed application. Applications are available on the City of West Bend website ( or at the Parks, Recreation & Forestry office (located at 1115 S. Main St.).  Prospective employees will need to pass a background check before employment is confirmed.  Please contact the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department at 262-335-5080 with any questions.  All positions are open until filled.
The City of West Bend is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. The City encourages all qualified candidates to apply. Hired applicants may need to pass a background check and drug screening before final employment.The information provided is not sponsored or endorsed by UWWC.

Kohl's Customer Service Sr. Representative


Do you create a positive customer experience? Are you energized by....the challenge of engaging and connecting with customers? Do you enjoy....providing personalized and creative solutions to customers' needs? Our Customer Service Sr. Representatives-Collections build and strengthen customer loyalty by finding the right solutions to our Customers’ needs. Our Customer Service Sr. Representative-Collections: Builds strong customer relationships through delivering excellent Customer Service, Actively listens to customers’ needs to provide appropriate and timely resolution, Builds customer confidence through creative problem solving, Delivers consistent customer experience through attention to detail, Handle incoming and outgoing calls to customers to establish acceptable payment arrangements through an automatic dialer and manual calling.

 •Minimum one (1) year experience in a customer service environment
•Effective verbal and written communication skills
•Ability to work as part of a team and interact effectively with others
•Basic computer navigation skills
Preferred Qualifications:
•2 years’ experience in a customer service environment 
STARTING DATE: April 16th, 2018
ENDING DATE: None - permanent position. 
ANY OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION:  We actually have a job fair coming up on Monday, March 19th.  If we could get this information posted by the end of the week, could we include this?  If not, please leave out. Kohl's will hold a job fair event at our Customer Service Operations Center - N54 W13600 Woodale Drive, Menomonee Falls 53051.
Please apply online before attending the job fair at 
Date: Monday, March 19th
Time: 10:00am-7:00 pm
Please bring a copy of your resume. 

Washington County Jobs

Parks Crew Member – Summer Employment
Trail Crew Member – Summer Employment
Highway – Summer Employment
Facilities – Summer Employment
Eric Hyde
Parks Property Manager
Washington County
Planning & Parks Department
333 E. Washington St., Suite 2300
West Bend, WI 53095
Cell: (262) 483-1462
Phone: (262) 335-4802

Caregivers, CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant / CBRF

Job Description
Are you looking for meaningful work? Do you want to get out of short-staffed, fast-paced facilities and into 1:1 home care? We are looking for compassionate responsible caregivers who want to help Home Helpers of Greater Milwaukee to Make Life Easier for individuals in their own homes.
What Home Helpers Offers?
Home Helpers Caregivers receive Competitive wages, Pay differentials for short shifts, overnights and weekend shifts, Flexible schedules
You can earn up to 80 hours of Paid Vacation per year!
401k options, Uber Ride Share Program, Aflac Insurance, Paid New Hire Orientation, Employee Recognition Program, Training, Employee Referral Bonus, Health insurance
Immediate Openings for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Shift
CBRF and CNAs preferred
Must have a valid driver's license, legal and reliable transportation
Must have state minimum auto insurance coverages.
Must pass background and professional reference check
Apply online
Job Type: Full-time/Part-time
Salary: $10.00 to $19.00 /hour
Required: one year of caregiving, CNA or CBRF: 1 year, Driver's License, Your Own Vehicle

Job & Internship Fair

UW-Waukesha is hosting a job and internship fair on Wednesday, April 4 @ 11:45 - 1:30 pm. UW-Waukesha is located at 1500 N. University Dr., Waukesha, WI 53188. No registration or fees required.

Veterans and Family Career Fair

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Equipment Rentals Tent Crew Installer


Beaver Dam Raceway Concession Worker

Pop popcorn,wrap burgers, stock soda, Bartender, cashier etc. Wages vary by job. Start April 2018, through September 22, 2018.
Carolyn Mueller, General Manager, at 920-887-1600.
Beaver Dam Raceway
N7086 Raceway Road
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
Phone: 920-382-7858 or 920-887-1600 (Track Phone)

Beaver Dam Raceway Computer Operator for Electric Scoring System

Saturday Nights only. Check in drivers and operate electronic scoring system while racing is going on. If you have computer skills and enjoy race cars racing a dirt oval this is a plus for this job. Start April 7, 2018 through September 22, 2018. Event pay per your skills.
Carolyn Mueller, General Manager, at 920-887-1600.
Beaver Dam Raceway
N7086 Raceway Road
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
Phone: 920-382-7858 or 920-887-1600 (Track Phone)

Dunn Brothers Barista

We are now accepting applications for part time early morning/mid day for barista/utility team member. Must be available weekends. Requirements include an energetic and positive attitude. Job duties include providing EXTRAORDINARY guest service, preparing beverages and food, prep work, cleaning and other assigned tasks. Apply here:
Al Jung
Dunn Bros Coffee 109
950 W. Paradise Dr.
West Bend, WI  53095

Milwaukee County Zoo Oceans of Fun Intern/Volunteer Opportunities

Oceans of Fun is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of marine mammal care, training and conservation awareness. We have developed a competitive and comprehensive animal care intern and volunteer program to assist in the growth of future animal care specialists. Our internship and volunteer positions are designed to mentor individuals in the areas of public education, cooperative behavior training utilizing operant conditioning and the importance of voluntary husbandry care. The internship program has also been recognized by the Milwaukee Area College Internship Consortium (MACIC) for demonstrating best practices and exceptional mentorship to students pursuing work related experience. We are actively looking for individuals that are 18 years of age or older that are highly motivated and looking to gain valuable experience in a wide variety of activities that occur throughout a marine mammal trainer's day. We have previously recruited students from the local universities and have seen some exceptional individuals complete our program and move on to a successful career in a related field.

Applications are submitted through our website or by contacting:
Emme Miller
Oceans of Fun
10001 W. Bluemound Rd.
Milwaukee WI 53226
(414) 453-5527 ext. 7
The deadline for summer applications is March 25th.

In-Home Care for Elderly Woman

Daytime hours. Located in Germantown.
For more information call Alan at 262-251-6317.

OWLT Stewardship Volunteer/Internship

The Importance of Volunteers
OWLT is a non-profit organization employing a limited number of staff. As a result, volunteers are an essential part for OWLT in our effort to carry out our mission.  A wide variety of volunteer opportunities are available (See below).  OWLT staff will match duties with the expertise and preference of volunteers. OWLT staff will also provide orientation, training, and on-site supervision of activities until volunteers are comfortable working individually. 
Volunteer Workday Structure
Volunteering will often involve working alongside OWLT staff at scheduled workdays on OWLT preserves. These activities include, but are not limited to, invasive control, seed collecting, prescribed burns, tree/shrub/herbaceous planting and maintenance, trail maintenance, trash pick-up, and building/general preserve maintenance. These workdays are posted on our calendar ( which is updated regularly. Some opportunities are available for motivated volunteers whose schedule may not allow attendance at scheduled workdays. Volunteers interested in working on their own outside of scheduled workdays must consult stewardship staff for strategic planning, direction, and supplies.
OWLT Stewardships Volunteer Activities
Invasive species control, Seed Collecting, Prescribed burns, Tree/Shrub/Herbaceous Planting and Maintenance, Trail Maintenance, Trash Pickup, Building/General Preserve Maintenance.
Anyone interested in stewardship volunteering or an internship opportunity at OWLT can contact the Stewardship Coordinator, Josh Schlicht, at

Maintenance, Visitor Services, Assistant Naturalist

The Kettle Moraine State Forest – Northern Unit is beginning the process of recruiting employees for the 2018 summer season.  Each year, the forest hires up to 30 people ages 17 and older for a variety of positions.  I am inquiring about posting our job opportunities on your Solutions Center site. The State Forest is a beautiful place to work, and can offer entry-level experience for a wide variety of careers.  For instance, our Visitors Services positions involve a great deal of Customer Service, fiscal management, and computer skills; while the Maintenance program provides hands-on work with small equipment and hand tools to maintain trails, signs, and landscaping.  Even the building cleaning positions offer the opportunity to work in a variety of locations throughout the forest while earning money for college. Most of our positions are full-time over the summer, and several are predominantly weekend shifts.  Please note that applicants to positions requiring use of a state vehicle would need to be 18 and have 3 years of driving experience.  However, we will consider any applicant provided they have the applicable skills and their own transportation.   Please see the attached 2018 SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT POSITION DESCRIPTIONS, that describe the duties and qualifications for each position.  All motivated, conscientious students age 17 and over are encouraged to apply. We will be offering several interview opportunities up to March.  The enclosed LIMITED TERM EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION and LTE - SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION FORM must be completed and returned to the forest headquarters (address above).  The most qualified applicants will be contacted to set up a personal interview at Forest Headquarters. 
Kettle Moraine State Forest-Northern Unit
Phone (262) 626-3883

Visitor Service Associate, Campgrounds – Work independently performing a variety of duties including camper registration and sticker sales, and providing visitor information at the various forest entrance stations. Will use electronic cash registers, credit card readers, and computerized reservation and reporting systems. Knowledge: experience in cash handling and customer service. Cash register and personal computer operation preferred. Employment: work 40 hours per week mid-May through Labor Day, must be able to work weekends, evenings, & some holidays. Some spring, fall and winter weekends are also available. Starting hourly wage: $10.50 (Anticipated Vacancies: 3-4)
Building Cleaner (Laborer Helper) – Perform daily janitorial duties throughout the forest. Facilities to be cleaned include campground flush and vault toilets, showers, picnic shelters, and headquarters. Knowledge: building cleaning skills preferred. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and a minimum of 2 years of driving experience. Employment: work 40 hours per week, mid-May through Labor Day, including most weekends. Some fall weekends may be available. Starting hourly wage: $10.50 (Anticipated Vacancies: 2)
Assistant Naturalist – Develop, conduct, and evaluate nature/natural resources and outdoor skills programs for school groups, youth groups, and a diverse public audience. Design and develop interpretive/naturalist brochures, articles and exhibits. Provide information and process sales at Interpretive Center’s front desk. Hours vary; must be able to work up to 40 hours per week (weekdays and up to three weekends per month April through October, and some evenings possible). Starting hourly wage: $10.50 Anticipated Vacancies (1)
Maintenance (Laborer Helper) – Perform a variety of maintenance duties including operation of trucks, tractors and specialized equipment, painting, trail and road maintenance, signing, hazardous tree removal, toilet cleaning, garbage and recycling collection, and use of power tools and chain saws. May also work with removal of invasive plant species. Some work is hard physical labor. Knowledge: Maintenance experience preferred but not mandatory. Ability to work outside under difficult weather conditions is required. Employment: work 40 hours per week, mid-May through August, possibly into fall depending on workload. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and a minimum of 2 years of driving experience. Safety footwear required. Starting hourly wage: $10.50 (Anticipated Vacancies: 2)
Wage/Salary: $10.50/hr
Starting Date: April-May
Ending Date: Sept-Oct
Contact: Deb Harder,, 262-626-3883

CNC Operator/Machine Shop/Entry Level

M & L Machine Tool is in need of full or part time help.  Quality conscious individual with good work habits. Basic Dexterity a definite plus, we can teach you the rest. We are very flexible and can work around your class schedule as it changes each semester. Starting $10-$12 hr. BOE. Email: Call 262-692-9283 or stop in @ 9567 Hwy 144 N. Kewaskum, WI 53040.

Convenience Store/Deli Positions Available

We have a busy Convenience store and Deli that is a great place to work and works out very well for school students because we can be flexible around school schedules. We have an excellent work force that really works well together and a friendly environment. We are looking for team members who work well with others, enjoy working with the public and are self motivated. We offer competitive wages, paid training and uniforms and any necessary licenses. You will be working with other employees and not alone and have plenty of schedule options because we are open 7 days a week. Our main openings are afternoons thru evenings (done around 9:30pm Sunday – Thursday and 10:30pm Fridays and Saturdays). We always are looking for excellent employees and hope you are one of our next ones. We do a six week schedule so you know well in advance your work days.
Romie’s Service, Inc (BP and Piccadilly Circus Pizza) Allenton, WI
Contact John Breuer. You can stop in and complete an application in person or email a letter of interest to me with your contact information to:  

Electrical Engineering Opportunities

Electrical Engineers, Electrical Engineering Interns, Electrical Helpers, Electrical Apprentices, Electrical Journeymen
Dave Earhart l Estimating Manager
o: (262) 896.4158 l m: (414) 788.8689

UW Extension, Washington County - Youth Outreach Coordinator

Summary of Position: 
The position is designed to implement the Youth Outreach opportunities for the 4-H Youth Development Program over the summer months. The focus of this position involves innovative strategies to reach new youth audiences. The position includes coordinating summer playground programs, programs at Casa Guadalupe Education Center, Inc., and other programs that will reach underrepresented and underserved youth populations. The position also assists the 4-H Program and Volunteer Coordinator in supporting the Zombie Survival Day Camp program, which teaches youth how to respond to emergency situations. Mid-May through mid-August, dates negotiable. Additional planning during spring break prior to summer of employment if candidate is available. The 4-H Youth Outreach Coordinator will increase his or her knowledge of youth development programs, community partnerships, volunteer development, and the UW-Extension Cooperative Extension Service. This summer position provides valuable pre-professional experience for educational and community based careers.  The Outreach Coordinator will report to the 4-H Youth Development Educator.
This position involves but is not limited to the design, implementation, and evaluation of the youth outreach programs offered by UW-Extension in Washington County.  This includes working with teams of youth and adult leaders to develop hands-on educational programs that will be implemented at park playgrounds and at the locations of several community partners.  This service provider will be responsible for the following:
Summer Park Programs in West Bend, Hartford, and other Washington County locations (2-3 days per week)
Reading Programs in partnership with Casa Guadalupe every week (2 evenings per week, 6-7 weeks during the summer)
Zombie Survival Day Camp (3 full days in June, plus 2 planning/training sessions (3-4 hours)  and one 2 hour wrap up/evaluation session)
Safety Town Farm Safety session (1 full day)
Assist at County Fair with outreach and promotional efforts
Assist at main and mini 4-H Open Houses (2 evenings in August)
Additional outreach programs designed to meet growing needs in the county
In addition, this service provider will be responsible for working with the general promotion of 4-H programs over the summer. Additional program responsibilities to be assigned.
Required Qualifications:
Completion of two years of college preferred
Evidence of successful leadership experience in 4-H, school, and/or community organizations.
(4-H and/or youth development programming experience highly preferred)
Ability to establish and maintain effective public/employee working relationships
Ability to organize work and work independently
Ability to work with a variety of people from diverse backgrounds
Ability to plan and implement learning experiences for youth and adults
Ability to maintain accurate and complete records
Strong time management, organizational and communication skills
Ability to work flexible hours including occasional evenings, weekends, and overnights
Ability to make individual arrangements for regular transportation adequate to meet position responsibilities
Completion of the Wisconsin 4-H Volunteers in Preparation Program (may be completed upon hire).
Contact: Amy Mangan-Fischer, UW Extension Interim 4H Youth Development Educator.
333 E. Washington St., Suite 1200
PO Box 2003
West Bend, WI 53095

Structural Engineer

We are looking to hire 3 Structural Engineering candidates.  We are located in the 3rd ward and working on multiple projects in Milwaukee and the Greater area.  In this role, candidates will be drawing production and building modeling for vertical structures.  You will be working with Structural Engineers completing design layouts, drawings, and weight calculations on AutoCAD or Revit work stations.
This company values loyalty and building relationships with Developers and Architectural firms. In this role, candidates will be drawing production and building modeling for vertical structures.  You will be working with Structural Engineers completing design layouts, drawings, and weight calculations on AutoCAD or Revit work stations.  This is for a company of 50 employees, one location in Madison and one downtown Milwaukee.  
Apply: Call Yasmin at 414-607-2027 and email a resume to for consideration!

Volunteer Opportunity – Winter/Spring 2018 - Hispanic Child Literacy Reading Tutor

We are seeking high school/college students or adults with a passion for Education and helping kids learn. At our after school Read to Succeed program, you will help mentor and teach reading skills to Hispanic elementary school students, as well as help with their homework. The program is on Tuesdays and Thursdays, follows the school year and does not currently cover summer months. You do not have to know Spanish to work with these students. You are welcome to volunteer on Tuesdays and Thursdays if your schedule allows, but you will not be required to. We will schedule volunteers on a monthly basis to see volunteers’ availability, and will send that schedule to all participating volunteers. This program will end in early May 2018.

West Bend:
The library at Green Tree Elementary School from 3:30-4:45pm
The library at McLane Elementary School from 3:45-5:00pm
The community room at the United Way Resource Center from
6:00-7:30pm (same time that the adults are in English classes).
Maria Gutierrez-Gurrola
Hispanic Literacy Coordinator
Casa Guadalupe Education Center
479 N. Main St.
West Bend, WI 53090

Girl Scout Cookies

Abby Weber
Director of Camp and Program
920-565-4575 x317
5212 Windward Court
Sheboygan, WI 53083

Come Join Our Catering Team in West Bend

Textbooks, Loans, and Rent getting to be to much? Join our Team! 
On Call/Part Time
For more information contact: Amanda Retzleff at (262)365-2232
Job Summary
Prepares and serves food at scheduled functions under the supervision of the catering manager.
Customer service with a smile
Set up function rooms and arranges tables and decorations
Serves food and beverages to guests

Public Relations Internship

This is a 0.4 FTE (32 hours per two-week pay period) Public Relations Internship on 1st shift working two days per week. Additionally, this role would travel between St. Joseph’s Hospital in West Bend and Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls. Here is the link to the posting and full job description: If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to me directly as I am the recruiter for this role.
Contact: Cassidy Voecks, SHRM-CP, Recruiter
Recruitment Team Line: 262-439-1961
Direct Phone: 262-439-1731
Froedtert Health
400 Woodland Prime, Suite 302
N74 W12501 Leatherwood Court
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051-4490

General Labor / Assembler / Warehouse Positions Available

McMahon and Company
Multiple Positions Available – General labor / Assembler / Warehouse. We have multiple position available from general labor to skilled assemblers.
CONTACT: Sean McMahon  
APPLY: In person or via email
WAGE/SALARY: Hourly wage discussed upon hire
McMahon and Company a locally owned and operated Wholesale Distributor of Millwork products is always looking for quality people to fill a wide array of positions.  General labor, assembler, order picker, painter / stainer.  All positions can grow into supervisory positions as well.

City Internships

For 2018, we will be offering spring, summer and fall programs in 18 locations:
US: New York, Washington D.C., Boston, Chicago, Miami, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco.
EuropeLondon, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Florence, Rome, Zurich.
Rest of WorldSydney, Hong Kong, Buenos Aires.
All programs feature an integral series of career-readiness classes and workshops, centered around an internship placement with a leading company in the student’s chosen city and field. Students may participate in a program in one of 18 cities, with a placement in one of 9 fields:
Career fieldsBanking & Financial services; Consulting & Professional services; Law & Politics; Technology & Engineering; Marketing, Advertising & PR; Media, Entertainment & Journalism; Art, Fashion & Design; Start-ups & Entrepreneurship; Charities, NFPs & NGOs.
All programs are open to undergraduate and graduate students.

Development Intern - Museum of Wisconsin ARt (MOWA)

This position is an excellent opportunity to learn a broad range of development/fundraising skills. The position works with the Director of Development to offer support for the three-person Development team. The Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) explores the art and culture of Wisconsin. Founded in 1961, MOWA is one of the top museums of regional art in the United States, with almost 5,000 works of contemporary and historic art by more than 350 artists. Through rotating exhibitions and educational programs, MOWA provides an innovative forum for the culturally engaged. In 2013, MOWA opened its new 32,000-square-foot facility in downtown West Bend. The museum houses five permanent collection galleries, three temporary exhibition spaces, and two classrooms as well as visible art storage, a shop, and a large atrium for public events. 

Essential Job Functions:
Conduct prospect research on individual, foundation, and corporate donors
Assist with grant writing and tracking
Draft donor acknowledgment letters and other correspondence
Manage auction donation requests and process
Support staff with logistics and set-up associated with special events and programs. May serve as event staff.
Assist with meeting and presentation preparation
Maintain donor files
Represent the Museum of Wisconsin Art Museum with a high level of integrity and professionalism, adhere to policies, maintain confidentiality, and support decisions or directives in a positive professional manner
Other duties, as required
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Interest in non-profit development and fundraising
Detail-oriented, excellent organizational and time management skills
Ability to work independently and with initiative
Effective and professional oral and written communication skills
Comfortable working in Word, Excel, Power Point, and database environments
Commitment to MOWA goals and mission
Physical Requirements:
Maintain a stationary position at a desk for extended periods of time and move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.
Typically scheduled during normal business hours and may include after hour special events and functions. A mutually agreeable schedule will be determined with the candidate. Schedules may vary based on the needs of the museum.
Contact: Heidi Wirth, Director of Development,, 262-247-2262.
Disclaimer: The preceding job description has been designed to describe a general summary along with essential responsibilities of work performed.  It does not contain a comprehensive inventory of responsibilities, duties, and skills or qualifications  required of an employee to do this job . This job description does not establish an agreement or contract for employment and positon functions are subject to change at the discretion of the employer. The Museum of Wisconsin Art is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Marketing Intern at Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA)

MOWA seeks a creative and driven marketing intern to join our communications and marketing team. Reporting to the Director of Communications and Marketing, this position will collaborate on a daily basis with MOWA staff members. This for-credit internship will provide hands-on learning and immersion within the field of marketing and communications. It will help develop and strengthen your skillset and understanding of effective marketing techniques. MOWA staff is dedicated to enriching the intern’s personal and professional development.
We welcome someone who is:
Driven – dedicated to the task at hand and to learning new things
Creative – able to articulate ideas and contribute to group discussions
Technologically-savvy – has experience working within a website content management system (CMS) and proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel)
Social – plays well with others and is interested in promoting exhibitions, programs and events through various social media channels
Organized – able to manage multiple projects at the same time and support the team through daily administrative tasks
Reliable – someone we can count on to show up every day, ready to work and have fun
Inspired by Wisconsin art
Strong desire to learn and perform
Solid understanding of different marketing activities and communication channels
Excellent verbal, written and organizational skills
Highly-proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience with Google Analytics and website content management systems (CMS)
Currently enrolled in a 2- or 4-year college-level business, marketing or similar program of study
1-2 years of related work experience within a business or nonprofit setting

Apply: Interested candidates are also encouraged to email their cover letter and resume to Jessica Wildes,

Behavior Technician

Milwaukee, Waukesha, and Washington Counties
Variety of shifts available – we work with your schedule. Behavior Technicians provide in-home, front line treatment to children on the autism spectrum, utilizing applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy techniques as directed. You will also document session progress. No experience required; we will train! You must love working with children, be playful and energetic, possess a strong work ethic
with the ability to follow directions, possess a valid drivers’ license and reliable transportation, and have a strong desire to make a difference in the life of a child and their family. We offer competitive pay, paid training and travel, and unlimited advancement potential. Benefits (Medical, Dental, HRA) provided to those working 30 hours or more per week and generous 401(k) offered to all staff.
Apply: Online at
Or contact Cammie at 262-737-8885
Or email your resume directly to
Caravel Autism Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Provider M/F/D/V.Caregivers, CNA, CBRF,PCWs
Pay differentials for short shifts ,overnights and weekend shifts
Home Helpers
Are you looking for meaningful work? Do you want to get out of short-staffed, fast-paced facilities and into 1:1 home care? We are looking for compassionate responsible caregivers who want to help Home Helpers of Greater Milwaukee to Make Life Easier for individuals in their own homes. Home Helpers Caregivers receive competitive wages, pay differentials for short shifts, overnights and weekend shifts. Flexible schedules. You can earn up to 80 hours of Paid Vacation per year! 401k options, Uber Ride Share Program, Aflac Insurance, Paid New Hire Orientation, Employee Recognition Program, Training, Employee Referral Bonus, Health insurance. Immediate Openings for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Shift. Full-time/Part-time
Wage: $10.00 to $19.00 /hour
Required experience: one year of caregiving
Required licenses or certifications: driver's license
Your Own Vehicle
CBRF and CNAs preferred
Must have a valid driver's license, legal and reliable transportation
Must have state minimum auto insurance coverages.
Must pass background and professional reference check
Apply: online at
Natasha Carter, Recruiter & HR Specialist
1001 West Glen Oaks Lane, Suite 104, Mequon, WI 53092

Solstice Farm - Barn and Horse Care

Help needed feeding horses hay and grain, watering horses, scrubbing automatic waterers, fixing fencing, organizing the barn and tack room. Most horses live outside but sometimes an indoor horse needs the pen cleaned. Horses aged foal to adults, plus 1 stallion. Can help with trimming hooves and medication administration if you have horse handling experience. Horses and stallion have laid-back attitudes. Random Lake.

Contact: Barbara Weber, MD
Phone: 920-447-2177

Maurices in West Bend

Love fashion!? Maurices in West Bend is hiring for part time and full time positions. Competitive pay and benefits...Did we mention a 40% discount?! Visit for more information or to apply! 

Contact: Kayla Compton
Phone: 262-334-6180

Behavioral Treatment Technician - Work with Children with Autism

ContactCassandra Vegter   |  Phone: 262-432-5660

Care giver / Mental Health Tech

ContactNancy Biskobing   |  Phone: (262)335-3789

Girl Scouts of Manitou - Counselor

Coordinate, plan, teach and implement creative, enjoyable and challenging camp activities for campers. Counselors are the primary care giver for each camper. You will be responsible for a group of 15-30 girls on a daily basis ensuring their safety and health and managing their behavior.
ContactAbby Weber   |  Phone: 920-565-4575

Clean Sweep - Custodian

Part-time custodial position.  Shifts are late afternoon / early evenings.  Clean assigned location to customer specifications.  $10.00 per hour.
ContactBeth Ahlgren   |  Phone: 262-338-1188, ext. 525

Bob's Main Street Auto - Daytime Phone Dispatcher

Bob's main street auto is currently looking for a full of part time phone operator for our towing and repair facility.
ContactRachael or Brian   |  Phone: 262-338-3670

Farm Help Wanted

Help wanted doing general labor farm chores on an organic privately owned dairy farm located southeast of West Bend. Looking for help on the days of Saturdays and Sundays from about 7am to about 12pm, and weekday afternoons and early evenings. Pay is $10.00 an hour.
Contact:  Phone: 262-338-1539

Flexible Part-Time Kit-Packer

Would you like a part-time local job that you can pick the hours around your schedule?  Serigraph has the job for you! We are currently looking for people to work in out kit-packing and fulfillment center on Hwy 33 in West Bend.  Will get access to our online scheduling portal to view available hours with the ability to select what best suites your schedule. Go to and click on the Corporate Site at the bottom of the page for our Careers tab. Call Gail.
ContactGail Ehn   |  Phone: 262-335-7275

Hartford Golf Club - Food and Beverage, Golf Shop Job Opportunity

The Hartford Golf Club, a semi-private golf facility is looking for QUALITY employees.  If you are hardworking, dependable in regard to attendance and performance, we would like to speak to you.  If you have a need to be texting or checking your I-phone throughout your shift, please do not apply.
The job duties and hours vary and can be flexible. Opportunities exist in the Golf Shop as well as in our Food and Beverage operation. This opportunity could commence immediately. Please email a brief cover letter and resume to Rob
ContactBob Neumann, PGA Golf Professional   |  Phone: 262-673-2710

Girl Scouts of Manitou - Head Cook

Responsible for all aspects of camp food service; including but is not limited to supervising all kitchen staff, ordering food and kitchen supplies, organizing and creating weekly meals plans, preparing all meals and maintaining a sanitary kitchen. 
Contact: Abby Weber   |  Phone: 920-565-4575

Girl Scouts of Manitou - Kitchen Aide

Responsible for assisting with all aspects of camp food service; including but not limited to meal prep, meal serving, restocking of food and supplies, dishes and kitchen cleanliness.
Contact: Abby Weber   |  Phone: 920-565-4575

YMCA - Lifeguard

Feith Family YMCA
Contact: Sahara Disch   |  Phone: 262-235-9633

CNC manufacturing - Entry Level Machine Operators

PMI-Progress Manufacturing, Inc. is in need of flexible, full or part-time quality conscience individuals.  Flexible hours available in our CNC Machine and Contract Manufacturing departments.  No experience necessary.  A solid work ethic will lead to rewarding wages and advancement opportunities.  Starting $10.00-$12.00/hr..  BOE.  Email for and application or apply in person at 110 E. Progress Dr., West Bend.
Contact: Andrew Haver   |  Phone: 2623349175

TTI Industries - Production Aide

CREATE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE!  The Threshold is looking for Production Aides to work 20 hours per week.  Schedule must be created within Monday - Friday between the hours of 7:00 am - 4:00 pm.  $10.00 per hour.
Contact: Beth Ahlgren   |  Phone: 262-338-1188 ext. 525

The Threshold Inc - Program Instructor

Make a difference in the lives of persons with disabilities.  Our day services program provides programs designed on the clients' choices, abilities, medical and physical abilities.  $10.00 per hour.  25 hours per week.
Contact: Beth Ahlgren   |  Phone: 262-338-1188, ext. 525

YMCA - School Age Teachers and Assistants

Contact: Matt McCann   |  Phone: 262-247-1056

YMCA - Swim Instructors

Contact: Sahara Disch   |  Phone: 262-235-9633

Girl Scouts of Manitou - Unit Coordinator

Coordinate, plan, teach and implement creative, enjoyable and challenging camp activities for campers. Unit Coordinators are the primary care giver for each camper. You will be responsible for a group of 15-30 girls and 2 to 3 counselors on a daily basis ensuring their safety and health and managing their behavior.
Contact: Abby Weber   |  Phone: 920-565-4575

YMCA - Water Exercise Instructor

Contact: Sahara Disch   |  Phone: 262-235-9633

YMCA - Youth Enrichment Instructor

Hours:  Monday – Friday; 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Contact: Ashley Reynolds   |  Phone: 262-235-9612

YMCA - Youth Sports Director

Full Time Exempt (hours may vary)
Contact: Janice Haug   |  Phone: 262-247-1016

YMCA - Youth Sports Instructor

Hours:  Mondays – 9:15am to 10:45am; 5:00pm-6:00pm and Tuesdays – 4:45pm to 7:00pm
Contact: Ashley Reynolds   |  Phone: 262-235-9612