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Marshfield Clinic Health System – Career Opportunities

 

Work at the forefront of healthcare.

From the heart of Wisconsin.

 

Join us in providing excellent care for patients and help make accessing that care easier!  We are currently looking for Registered Nurses, Medical Assistants, Nursing Assistants, Environmental Service Aides, Food & Nutrition Services Associates, Paramedics, Emergency Medical Technicians and Medical Technologists to join our team.

 

To learn more and apply visit marshfieldclinic.org/careers or call 715-358-1097.

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Position Title: Building and Grounds Assistant

Reports To:  Building and Grounds Coordinator

Application Deadline Date:    Position open until filled

Nature of Work:  The North Lakeland Discovery Center (NLDC) operates within a team-minded framework and as a mission-based organization, focused on delivering high-quality mission and service opportunities.  This position is responsible to assist the Buildings and Grounds Coordinator with the following tasks:

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Assists with maintenance of all buildings, including but not limited to, painting, staining, roof cleaning, plumbing and carpentry.
  • Performs maintenance to our 12-mile trail system, including brushing, clearing, boardwalk repair, sign upkeep, and winter ski trail grooming.
  • Performs vehicle maintenance, including oil changes and minor repairs.
  • Snow and ice removal from walkways and driveways.
  • Regular upkeep of gardens, including watering and weeding.
  • Regular upkeep of grounds, including mowing, trimming, and spring/fall cleanup.
  • Provides support for fundraising events and weddings, including tent set-up, table and chair set-up, power cord placement and management, and clean-up.
  • Provides support to program staff with facility set-up, clean-up, and equipment preparation and distribution.
  • Performs cleaning of offices, lodge, Discovery Hall, cabins and bathrooms.
  • Transporting, launching and trailering the pontoon boat and other boats.
  • Other duties as assigned.

General Expectations:

  • Strong work ethic and good communication skills.
  • Ability to perform cleaning and maintenance work.
  • Ability to lift 40 lbs.
  • Work indoors and outdoors, sometimes in inclement weather.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Knowledge of hand and power tools.
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including many weekends.
  • Ability to supervise and assist volunteers.
  • Flexible and team-oriented individual.
  • Valid Driver’s License.

Qualifications:  This position requires experience in general maintenance, familiarity in lawn work, carpentry, light mechanical work, and general cleaning.

Status:

  • Position is year-around, full-time, hourly.
  • Benefits include health and dental, 401K plan, paid time off (PTO) and holiday leave.
  • Compensation:  $18 hour.  Annual increases subject to review.
  • 90 day probationary period.
  • Position open until filled.

To Apply For This Position:

To apply for this position, send a completed North Lakeland Discovery Center Job Application (available on the NLDC’s website, www.discoverycenter.net under the Employment tab), and three recent References to:  North Lakeland Discovery Center, Attention Ryan Wahlgren, P.O. Box 237, Manitowish Waters, WI 54545.  You may also send an email to ryan@discoverycenter.net and attach the completed Job Application, Resume and References.  

The North Lakeland Discovery Center is a premier not-for-profit environmental education center located in Wisconsin’s scenic Northwoods. Our 63-acre site is situated among forestland, wetlands, and wilderness lakes and rivers within the 240,000-acre Northern-Highlands American Legion State Forest.  The Discovery Center’s activities and experiences promote stewardship of natural and cultural resources, and connect people to nature through education, recreation and research.  Our events, facilities, recreation opportunities and engaging outdoor programs encourage lifelong learning and create a sense of community, well-being and fun!

Employment application (required)

 

NORTH LAKELAND DISCOVERY CENTER

JOB DESCRIPTION

 

Position Title:       Seasonal Custodial and Grounds Support

Reports to:       Building and Grounds Coordinator

Supervises:     N/A

Date:     May 2022

 

Nature of Work:  The North Lakeland Discovery Center (NLDC) operates within a team-minded framework and as a mission-based organization, focused on delivering high-quality mission and service opportunities.  The seasonal cleaning and grounds staff is responsible to assist the Buildings and Grounds Coordinator with the following tasks:

  

Specific Responsibilities:

 

  • Performs cleaning of offices, lodge, cabins, and bathrooms. 
  • Assists with maintenance of all buildings, bathrooms, trails, and grounds.
  • Regular upkeep of gardens, including watering and weeding.
  • Provides support to program staff with facility set up, clean up, and equipment preparation and distribution. 
  • Provides support before, during, and after Discovery Center events. Including set up and cleanup
  • Provides support before and after facility rentals. Including set up and cleanup   
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

General Expectations:  

 

  • Strong work ethic and good communication skills.
  • Ability to perform cleaning and lawn work.
  • Ability to work flexible hours including weekends.
  • Ability to supervise and assist volunteers.
  • Flexible and team-oriented individual.
  • Valid Driver’s License.

 

Qualifications:  The position requires experience or familiarity in general cleaning and lawn work. 

 

Status:

  • Position is seasonal during June-Sept 2022, options for extending
  • Compensation $13/hour
  • 20 hours per week

 

To apply for this position, send a completed North Lakeland Discovery Center Job Application to: P.O. Box 237, Manitowish Waters, WI 54545 (Attn: Custodial and Grounds) or attach and email completed Job Application to contact@discoverycenter.net.

  

The North Lakeland Discovery Center is a premier not-for-profit environmental education center located in Wisconsin’s scenic Northwoods. Our 63-acre site is situated among forestland, wetlands, and wilderness lakes and rivers within the 240,000-acre Northern-Highlands American Legion State Forest. The Discovery Center’s activities and experiences promote stewardship of natural and cultural resources, and connect people to nature through education, recreation and research. Our events, facilities, recreation opportunities and engaging outdoor programs encourage lifelong learning and create a sense of community, well-being and fun!

 

Position: Facilities and Volunteer Coordinator .5FTE Reports to:  Executive Director

Supervises:  Volunteers

Date:  March 2022

 

Job Description:  The North Lakeland Discovery Center (NLDC), an exciting environmental education non-profit connecting people to nature, needs a Facilities and Volunteer Coordinator with a passion for our mission.  We are located in the heart of Wisconsin’s Northwoods.  This is a half-time position.  

Hours:   Half-time, primarily onsite position with a minimum of 20 hours/week that includes some flexibility and will include some occasional evenings and weekends.  Some remote work is possible.

 

Pay: hourly, range $15-20/hour, commensurate with experience.

 

Overview: The Facilities and Volunteer Coordinator position, at its core, is responsible for facilitating meaningful and positive experiences at the Discovery Center – for volunteers, visiting groups, members and various user groups. This is done through active recruitment and attention to client needs, alongside a continued commitment to the Center’s guiding values and principles.  

Nature of Work: The Facilities and Volunteer Coordinator handles the booking, management and coordination of residential rentals, reunions, weddings, and other groups using the NLDC’s residential and other facilities. He/she also recruits, trains and manages NLDC volunteers. Works with the management team, staff, and volunteers to coordinate successful events and fundraisers.  Supports lead staff with logistical assistance in carrying out free or low-cost public events.

Essential Functions:

Facilities

  • Coordinates facility needs for rental groups, schools, weddings, and all other groups and events using the facility. Cooperates with Vacassa in maximizing rentals of the Director’s House. Completes all contracts and paperwork necessary for rentals and groups. Communicates policies and regulations to visiting groups.  Coordinates booking schedule with Grounds Crew to ensure proper facility turnover between rentals.  
  • Oversees the Rentals and Groups budgets including expense and income tracking. Develops appropriate strategies to achieve budget goals.  Maintains the Google Facility calendar to ensure appropriate facility space is reserved.  
  • Assures for safe, positive and integrated experience by communicating procedures and requirements, facilitates service projects, and encourages sustainable/green practices. Arranges for food service and supervises group clean-up of facilities. Coordinates with staff to accommodate any desired programming needs. Seeks out new groups to include but not limited to camps, recreation groups, and specialty skill groups.
  • Ensures good working order of the facility, including ordering equipment and supplies, maintenance and upgrades of infrastructure (computers, phone system, and internet); and working with the Executive Director to maintain proper insurance and compliance with facility codes and County licensing.  

Volunteers

  • Send IVolunteer e-blasts to volunteer list for various opportunities or needs
  • Populate IVolunteer database with names, contact info and interests/abilities
  • Create updated volunteer form for both online and in office
  • Follow up with volunteers who have contacted us or express interest
  • Connect volunteers by interest with appropriate staff
  • Develop volunteer recruitment drives
  • Develop volunteer “on-boarding/training protocols”
  • Develop appropriate volunteer appreciation events and efforts

Qualifications:

Education:  H.S. Diploma, Associate or (Preferred) Bachelor’s degree in a related field.

Experience:  (Preferred) 2 years or more combined coordinating facilities or events, or volunteer coordination alongside a background and familiarity with various marketing and public communication techniques.

Skills: High level of professionalism in presentations and communications. Proficient in MS office and computer programs. Information Technology a plus.  Basic database and Internet skills required. 

 

Certifications and licenses: CPR/ First Aid required within 6 months of hire (standard for all staff).  Food Manager Certificate and Responsible Beverage Server certificate required (may be easily completed after hire).  

 

Application: Please submit a cover letter, resume, discovery Center Application for Employment (available on our Web page under Employment) and three references to John Heusinkveld, Director.  john@discoverycenter.net

715-543-2085

 

Disclaimer: This description is only a summary of the typical functions of the job, not an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job responsibilities, tasks, and duties. Responsibilities, tasks, and duties of the jobholder might differ from those outlined in the job description and other duties, as assigned, are part of the job.

The North Lakeland Discovery Center is a premier not-for-profit environmental education center located in Wisconsin’s scenic Northwoods. Our 63-acre site is situated among forestland, wetlands, and wilderness lakes and rivers within the 240,000-acre Northern-Highlands American Legion State Forest. Our mission is to enrich lives and inspire an ethic of care for Wisconsin’s Northwoods through the facilitation of connections among nature, people and community.

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Be a part of helping athletes of all levels perform better and be safer with Action Floor Systems.  We produce performance sport floors and ship worldwide. K-12 schools, colleges, universities and even the Milwaukee Bucks played on Action floors. Know that your hard work helps athletes but also through our Compassion in Action© program we support many local, national and international charities and worthwhile programs. Competitive wages, starting wage $12.50 - $15.00.  Benefits offered including Medical, Dental, Disability and Life Insurance, 401k Retirement Plan, Paid vacation, Holiday pay and more. Apply now for full-time meaningful work and a secure future with a company in business for more than 32 years. Summer help, Part-time positions available. May apply on line at www.actionfloors.com

Phone: 715-476-3512

Address: 4781 N. Hwy. 51, Mercer, WI 54547

Email: info@actionfloors.com

Website: www.actionfloors.com

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Full-time and Part-time positions available, deli and cashier

Phone: 715-476-3437
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Part-time waitress staff

Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

Call Betsy at 715-476-2270

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Looking to Hire Experienced Electricians. Top Pay Offer!

Iron/Ashland Co. Wildlife Position

Greetings!

The DNR Mercer Ranger Station is looking to hire a full time, year-round wildlife technician/biologist. This position will have a lot of wildlife-related duties, but most of all, it will require a lot of habitat maintenance. That being said, I am not specifically focused on finding a wildlife professional or student (although it would help) but rather a skilled laborer who I can train to perform wildlife-related activities such as surveys, elk/bear handling, completing Deer Management Assistance Program work, etc. if they don’t have experience or education.

 

If you know of anyone over the age of 18 who may be interested in this position, please have them go to https://wisc.jobs/Pages/Agency/DNR.aspx?unit=37000&Jobfamily=TEM and search LTE - Wildlife Biologist and Wildlife Technician - Advanced (Mercer) (or click the hyperlink). The positions start at $15.50/hr. and $16/hr. with retirement benefits upon hiring and insurance benefits kicking in after a 6 months. Weekly schedule, hourly schedule, and time off are flexible.

 

Salary Information

Wildlife Biologist: $16.00

Wildlife Technician - Advanced: $15.50

 

Position Summary

Position 1, Wildlife Biologist:

This position is responsible for conducting wildlife surveys, general maintenance, and other wildlife habitat activities throughout Iron and Ashland Counties.  This consists of grouse, turkey, woodcock, otter, bear, deer, and carnivore track surveys. In addition, this position will coordinate and implement deer data collection operations in Iron and Ashland Counties. This includes setting up Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) kiosks, establishing CWD and deer aging cooperator stations, collecting deer aging information and CWD samples, and maintaining communication and relations with volunteers who assist in data collection. This position will also assist the wildlife biologist with educational outreach; including assisting with the annual Turtle Flambeau Flowage and Eagle Banding tour, restoring wildlife education signs and kiosks, and setting up the booth for Loon Days, and attending education outreach events. 

25% - Conduct wildlife surveys throughout Iron and Ashland Counties.  This consists of grouse, turkey, woodcock, otter, bear, deer, and carnivore track surveys and assisting Office of Applied Science staff with locating black bear dens and collaring individual bear

25% - Complete general maintenance and wildlife habitat activities on state, Ashland County and Iron County properties.

25% - Coordinate and implement deer data collection operations in Iron and Ashland Counties. This includes setting up CWD kiosks, establishing CWD and deer aging cooperator stations, collecting deer aging information and CWD samples, and maintaining communication and relations with volunteers who assist in data collection.

25% - Assist the wildlife biologist with educational outreach. This includes but is not limited to assisting with the annual Turtle Flambeau Flowage and Eagle Banding tour, restoring wildlife education signs and kiosks, and setting up the booth for Loon Days, and attending education outreach events.

 

Position 2, Wildlife Technician - Advanced:

This position will coordinate and conduct forest opening maintenance and perform wildlife habitat maintenance on State, Ashland County, and Iron County properties. This includes waterfowl nesting enhancement projects, invasive species management, shoreline erosion control, beaver and beaver dam removal, tree planting and watering, dike maintenance, seeding and maintenance of hunter walking trails, reseeding wild rice, and water level manipulation.

60% - Coordinate and conduct forest opening maintenance on Iron County and Ashland County forests. This includes inventorying forest openings, seeding wildlife openings, and mowing, chainsawing, hand-cutting, and herbicide application to encroaching woody vegetation. Candidates will be expected to operate an ATV with pull-behind mower, chainsaws, brush cutters, handsaws, backpack sprayers, etc.; training and certification will be provided.

25% - Perform wildlife habitat maintenance on State, Ashland County, and Iron County properties. This includes waterfowl nesting enhancement projects, invasive species management, shoreline erosion control, beaver and beaver dam removal, tree planting and watering, dike maintenance, seeding and maintenance of hunter walking trails, reseeding wild rice, and water level manipulation. Candidates will be expected to operate a snowmobile; training and certification will be provided.

15% -  Complete other general maintenance activities on state wildlife management areas and equipment. This includes but is not limited to regular and seasonal maintenance of equipment, assisting with equipment repairs, monitoring culverts, and replacing and maintaining gates. Candidate will be expected to haul equipment and supplies in single and double-axle trailers; training and certification will be provided.