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English Language Learners Coordinator
Eau Claire Area School District The English Language Learners Coordinator is responsible for providing direct and indirect program support to administration, teachers, and program support staff to provide consistent and effective services for students in the district who speak a language other than English. The English Learners Coordinator advocates for the needs of EL students at the district level by attending department meetings and sharing strategies to support English language development. The English Language Learners Coordinator assists District staff in the development and implementation of high quality instruction and curricular programs to support English Language learners.
Required Qualifications • Minimum of two years related teaching experience. • DPI Certification English as a Second Language.
Principal - Manz Elementary School
Eau Claire Area School District The Elementary School Principal administers the elementary school according to the policies of the Board of Education and provides educational leadership to the faculty and students with the goal of inspiring them to contribute their best efforts. The Principal participates in a cooperative effort with other principals, administrators, and coordinators in developing a program of continuity for the entire school system.
Required Qualifications: • Master’s degree in Educational Leadership or related field. • Minimum of five years of related experience. • Principal (51) license.
Bilingual (Spanish/English) Wisconsin Well Woman Program Specialist
Winnebago County Health Department The Well Woman Program Specialist promotes and coordinates all aspects of the Wisconsin Well Woman Program and supports Spanish language needs for the Winnebago County Health Department. This person provides case management for the Wisconsin Well Woman Program. Essential functions include recruiting, enrolling and educating eligible women about breast and cervical cancer screening and other covered services. They assist with coordination and follow-up of abnormal screening results with the healthcare provider and client. They also collaborate with local healthcare systems and the community to perform outreach for the program.
Director, Upward Bound Programs
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay This position reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor, Division of Student Access and Success and provides strategic direction, programming leadership, operational oversight, and evaluation for pre-college programming in support of preparing individuals to be successful in their higher education endeavors. Develops and fosters relationships with constituents in support of the program and community partners.
The Director of Upward Bound Programs is responsible for supervising programs, managing staff and resources, and coordinating the activity of Upward Bound and Upward Bound Math & Science. The Director provides strategic direction, operational oversight, leadership and evaluation for UW-Green Bay’s two Upward Bound programs that support preparing high school students to be successful in their higher education endeavors. This position works closely with the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Access and Success to advise institutional and divisional leadership on Upward Bound and for expanding UW-Green Bay’s mission to provide equitable access to higher education. With a passion for equity and access, the Director serves as an advocate to promote college going culture and success for K-12 students.
The Director of Upward Bound Programs is the supervisor of Upward Bound Advisors and program support staff and is responsible for evaluating staffing needs, hiring of new staff, and evaluation of team members. This position reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Access and Success with strong connections to University Inclusivity and Student Affairs and other university departments.
Associate Dean for Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
University of Wisconsin-Madison The School of Nursing is seeking an Associate Dean for Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (AD-HEDI) to lead further expansion of the school’s efforts in these vitally important areas. The AD-HEDI will be part of the Dean’s Executive Leadership Team, which is integral in the development and implementation of the School’s strategic direction. Located in the beautiful Signe Skott Cooper Hall on the west end of UW’s campus, the School of Nursing strives for inclusive excellence and fosters an academic environment that welcomes diversity in students, faculty, staff, and the curriculum. If being part of this amazing program sounds exciting to you, please apply!
ESTHER JOB DESCRIPTION
Serve on Executive Committee and attend meeting.
Attend monthly Leadership Board meeting.
Serve on Finance Committee and attend meeting.
Perform all bookkeeping/accounting functions including but not limited to:
Record/review all deposits, traditional (paper checks) and electronic (PayPal, Paragon, Electronic Funds
Transfers), for accuracy and assignment to the proper general ledger accounts.
Check all entries in the donor registry (EveryAction) for accuracy and proper general ledger account
Pay invoices as required.
Prepare check requests and attach proper documentation for all disbursements.
Complete all entries in the accounting system (QuickBooks) and maintain the Chart of Accounts.
Scan and upload to the accounting system (QuickBooks), documentation for all receipts and
Prepare and present monthly, and year-end financial statements and additional reports/analyses as
Prepare and present an annual budget.
Assist the WISDOM CPA in preparing and reviewing tax forms (W-9, 1099, and 990). Sign IRS forms as
Track and report on specific grants as needed.
Use existing email address firstname.lastname@example.org for all official correspondence as ESTHER
Coordinate with person responsible for ESTHER’s CRM system (currently EveryAction) regarding donor
records and donor stewardship.
Send year-end contribution summary and thank-you letter to prior-year donors of charitable gifts, in
compliance with IRS statues and regulations.
Workplace Culture Specialist
City of Green Bay If you value the importance of a diverse, inclusive and an engaged workplace culture, the City of Green has a job opportunity for you. The foundation has been set with a comprehensive workplace culture strategic plan; we need you to propel these initiatives to the next level!
The City’s Workplace Culture Specialist has responsibility for a variety of duties which include championing a positive workplace culture by assisting department heads in developing and integrating diversity goals and strategies; assisting with the implementation of the City’s Employee Resource Groups (ERG’s) and developing and fostering effective working relationships with key stakeholders, community groups, key external diversity organizations and City departments to foster collaboration.
The successful candidate will be a self-starter; possess strong communication skills and the ability to build relationships within all levels of the organization.
VP of Finance and Administration
Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, Inc We’re hiring a Vice President of Finance and Administration to join our team of dedicated professionals with a passion for philanthropy, advancing well-being for all and creating vibrant communities in the Fox Valley region of Wisconsin where together, everyone flourishes.
The Vice President of Finance and Administration serves as the key advisor in all matters relating to finance, internal technology, and administration, and directs a team of five. This role analyzes, forecasts, and provides insights on the Foundation’s financial position, stability, liquidity, and growth to the President/CEO and the board of directors. As a member of the leadership team, the Vice President of Finance and Administration provides support for implementation of the strategic plan, mission, and values of the Foundation.
This role is ideal for a mission-driven servant leader who embraces both hands-on and strategic elements of a growing enterprise.
We welcome and encourage applicants from unique and diverse backgrounds, who share and reflect our values.
For more information, please follow the link provided.
Associate Director, ERP Integrations
University of Wisconsin-Madison Enterprise Business Systems (EBS) helps administrative units provide Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) services to UW-Madison and UW System constituents. EBS supports cloud applications, on premise vendor solutions, integrations and custom systems through business analysis, application design, programming, testing and project management.
The Associate Director of ERP Integrations will work in the University Enterprise area of EBS. The University Enterprise area is responsible for enterprise services including constituent relationship management (CRM), marketing automation, low code/no code, and ERP focused integrations. The Associate Director will direct and manage professional staff including technologists, project managers, and business analysts. A key area of responsibility is ensuring the successful transition of ERP ancillary systems as part of the Administrative Transformation Program (ATP).
We support a hybrid work environment. While many of the duties can be completed remotely, the Associate Director is expected to be onsite for periodic meetings and select events.
Communities of Practice Technology Specialist
University of Wisconsin-Madison The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Specialist position is located within the Human Resources Communities of Practice (HR CoP) team, which is part of the UW-Madison Office of Human Resources (OHR). This position reports to the Deputy Chief Human Resources Officer.
In this position, you will implement employee learning and provide ongoing support for the HR community at UW-Madison. Responsibilities include facilitating and coordinating collaborative design team structures to create, develop, and implement multi-modality learning opportunities (e.g., instructor-led, web-based, and self-paced training; facilitation of learning cohorts), as well as sustained communities of practice focused on emerging individual and organizational needs. This position will require strong collaboration with the campus HR community and central OHR functional areas.
In addition, in this position, you will:
- Exhibit a commitment to continuous quality improvement - Manage all program materials and logistics before, during, and following learning events - Promote respect and the practice of civility in the workplace - Serve as project coordinator for HR CoP initiatives providing input and design of tools for effective synchronous, asynchronous and hybrid learning.
Kaukauna Public Library Under the supervision of the Library Director and/or Assistant Director, the Library Assistant: Hispanic Outreach Coordinator performs outreach to our local Hispanic community and shares their culture with the community. They also serve as a Library Assistant performing essential service desk functions such as checking in and out of materials, filling holds list, returning materials to the shelves, issuing new library cards, and assisting patrons with reference, directional and/or technological questions.