Lussier Center is Hiring…
Employment Application Our Employment Application is required for all open positions at the LCEC. Please complete an Employment Application and mail or email it back to us. You may attach a resume and cover letter.
Employment Applications can also be picked up in person at the Lussier Community Education Center.
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Are you a certified or retired teacher who is interested in teaching an ACT PREP Class?
The Urban League of Greater Madison is also currently seeking certified teachers to teach ACT prep classes. You can access the instructor application by clicking here. Our instructors earn $50/hr.
Classes run in the evenings or on Saturdays, making it possible for teachers who are currently working full-time to lend their expertise to our ACT Readiness Academies. Teachers should contact Stephen Perez at 608-729-1209 or email@example.com, if interested. Please forward this message to other educators.
The Urban League aims to ensure more young people realize their dream of attending college by removing barriers to college preparation and access.
Thank you so much for your assistance.
Vice President, Education & Learning
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES CITY OF APPLETON City of Appleton Human Resources 100 North Appleton Street Appleton, WI 54911-4799 920-832-5838 www.appleton.org Employment Opportunities as of Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Please see the City of Appleton website for further information on these open positions. Job # Job Title Job Type Salary Issue Date Filing Date More info: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/appletonwi/default.cfm.
2012-48 Community Service Officer (CSO) Part-time $11.17/Hour 04/16/12 05/20/12Department: Police Job Description: This is an entry level civilian position responsible for assisting other staff in the performance of para professional tasks in the Police Department. Work involves directing traffic, writing reports, conducting security checks on parks/City buildings, and impounding stray animals. Work is performed under the regular supervision of the on duty supervisor or Police Officer Supplemental Information: Requirements will include physical fitness testing, written testing, panel and chief interviews. This position requires the candidate be enrolled in a post high school institution with a minimum course load of 9 credits and a minimum of 1 year of schooling remaining. Click here to add a comment.
Have you recently talked with someone interested in returning to school and seeking financial assistance to get started with one class? Continuing Education grants provide in-state tuition for adults who have a significant break in their education and plan to enroll in one class (for the CE Grant term) at UW Madison.
Criteria and application information available at: http://www.dcs.wisc.edu/info/finanserv/ce-grant.htm.
The Continuing Education Grant deadline is May 1, 2012 for summer semester.
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UW-Madison Graduate Students & High School Teachers
Summer Job Opportunity
Urban agriculture is an integral part of the Good Food Revolution spreading across the United States. It is transforming the way communities and people interact with their food in ways that promote unity and social change. The PEOPLE Program and the Community and Regional Food Systems Project want you to actively engage in this movement and assist in teaching high school students about the value and importance of urban agriculture in their lives as well as the science and career opportunities associated with it.
The PEOPLE Program urban agriculture teaching position is a 3-week commitment that runs from June 25th through July 13th. There is a competitive compensation package that is consistent with TAA guidelines. Science track classes for students will be taught in the afternoons. Core subjects of biology and neuroscience will be taught the first 2 weeks and the urban agriculture elective will be taught the 3rd week.
All UW graduate students will be paired with a high school teacher from a state public school district. You will assist in the facilitation of classes tailored to rising 10th and 11th grade students. There will be approximately 15-25 students in each class. This is a great opportunity to be involved in one of the first steps in creating the next generation of urban farmers and agro-entrepreneurs.
To apply send a letter of interest and resume to:
George Reistad – CRFS Education Coordinator
Applications will begin review on April 6th, 2012
PEOPLE Program Urban Agriculture Position Requirements
What to Expect:
- A challenging and fulfilling opportunity to participate in a successful precollege program at UW Madison that makes a lasting impact on young people
- An opportunity to collaborate and cooperatively teach with UW scientists, Public high school teachers, and undergraduates
- Leave with materials and activities that you designed and that you can use in future applications
What We Expect from You:
- Participate in preprogram staff development and materials development beginning in April and continuing to June*
- Collaboratively develop and evaluate curriculum, including instructional materials, protocols and assessments
- Co-teach science and engineering workshops with UW scientists, public high school teachers, and undergraduates
- Provide expertise in classroom management and assessment
- Contribute to program evaluation and development
*We hold a pre-program orientation, typically in April, followed by on-going, on-line staff development and curriculum development in May and June. These are mandatory to insure effective preparation and to support an ambitious vision of co-instruction. It is of the utmost importance for program success that you are able to participate in program planning and development activities to achieve our program goals.Click here to add a comment.
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES SPECIALIST (BILINGUAL – SPANISH)
Provide marketing, technical, and communication skills to help residential customers control their energy use and to understand and access customer services with a focus on Latino/Hispanic customers. Build partnerships with community and business organizations as well as coordinate activities and services within other areas of the Company to better serve the Latino community. Provide linguistic and cultural competency to directly serve Latino customers and to make recommendations for improvement in processes, communications, and other areas for Marketing.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Works directly with customers and community organizations on delivering energy efficiency advice and other customer services.
Anticipates the energy-related needs of assigned customer groups with an emphasis on Latino/Hispanic customers and addresses those needs by connecting customers to appropriate products and services or by recommending new products/services to meet those needs.
Coordinates events and community partnerships to educate customers and professionals about energy efficiency and customer services.
Provides energy efficiency and renewable energy information and consultation through the Home Energy Line, trade shows, social media, and community events.
Provides advice and implementation support for marketing and promotional strategies in addition to activities for Residential and Community Services with a focus on the Latino community.
Assists with coordination of translation services from English to Spanish across the Company to provide linguistically and culturally competent, accurate, and consistent written materials.
Researches energy-related technologies and issues relevant to the residential market and disseminates information to Residential and Community Services staff.
Provides technical expertise for assigned technologies or end uses.
Develops and implements work plans and project budgets to successfully complete responsibilities.
Develops and monitors project and program budgets.
Assists in evaluating assigned marketing programs and routinely recommends improvements in efficiency and quality.
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree with relevant major.
- Minimum of two years of applicable work experience in energy efficiency, marketing, customer services, customer communications/education, family and consumer sciences, or equivalent.
- Minimum of two years of experience translating, interpreting, or communicating in Spanish as a representative for business, government, or other organization.
- English-to-Spanish Translator certification preferred.
Knowledge and Skills
- Fluency in Spanish and English.
- Expertise in diverse Latino/Hispanic cultures.
- Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relations across Latino cultural groups.
- Excellent listening, writing, speaking, and presentation skills.
- Able to effectively communicate with a wide variety of people.
- Proven project management and problem-solving skills.
- Familiar with personal computers, developing spreadsheets, word processing, and databases.
- Public speaking skills including workshops, radio, and television/video.
- Good consensus and team-building skills.
- Knowledge of issues facing Latino customers especially those related to energy.
- Self-starter and able to work independently.
- Proactive with strong follow-up skills.
- Must maintain a valid Wisconsin driver’s license.
SALARY: Salary is commensurate with grade level and related work experience.
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