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Here are some of the job opportunities we've heard of.
Job notices are posted as they are received, and this list will be updated about once a week, so please check the application deadline before applying.
 


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Museum Naturalist ---Cable Natural History Museum 11/04/10

 The Museum Naturalist position requires curiosity, active engagement with  projects, professionalism, independent initiative, and effective communication skills with children and adults.  The primary role  of the  Naturalist is to educate the public about the environment and  natural history of Northwestern Wisconsin; to encourage audience awareness  and  appreciation of the environment; and foster a commitment to the  protection of the natural environment.

 

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Director of Education--Cable Natural History Museum 11/04/10

  The Cable Natural History Museum is seeking to  hire a Director of
  Education who will work to advance the Museum’s  mission, vision, and
  strategic goals through developing relationships,  education programs, and
  exhibits that broaden public awareness of the  natural environment, foster
  life-long appreciation of natural history and  encourage good stewardship.
  


  JOB TITLE: Director of Education

  CLASSIFICATION: FULL  TIME, SALARIED

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MUSEUM DIRECTOR / CURATOR -- The Cable Natural History Museum 11/04/10

 The Cable Natural History Museum is seeking to hire the senior position of  Museum Director/Curator.  This is a highly visible position responsible for

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Government Grants Administrator --- Planned Parenthood of WI 11/04/10

The Government Grants Administrator oversees and administers Title X, Title V and government grant programs ensuring agency compliance. For a complete description of the position, click Planned Parenthood Wisconsin

To apply for the position: please send your cover letter, resume, salary requirements and the position you are applying in a Microsoft Word format to the Human Resources department by email or US mail.

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One Intern -- Residence at the Farley Center 10/20/10

The internship will last one to four months, with possible extensions to longer stays. Interns are responsible for 10 hours a week of work on projects at the Center. Also interns are expected to be engaged in their own work or studies, formal or otherwise, that is in keeping with the Center’s mission.

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Two half-time positions - Spring Rose Growers Cooperative Facilitators 10/20/10

Two facilitator positions open, each to average 20 hours per week throughout the year. One of them requires you to facilitate the USDA-funded project Growing Spring Rose Cooperative at the Farley Center Farm Incubator, including project management, workshop planning and drafting feasibility studies; the other requiress you to lead Growing Spring Rose Cooperative workshops, coordination with consultants, and writing of feasibility studies.

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Government Grants Administrator - Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin 10/20/10

The Government Grants Administrator oversees and administers Title X, Title V and government grant programs ensuring agency compliance.

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10/20/10 - LTE Bilingual positions available, through Voces de La Frontera 10/20/10

Field Canvass

Field Organizers are the heart of our operation. Our core mission is to talk to people about critical issues, and Field Organizers are the ones having the conversations. We need outgoing, bright, and articulate individuals to go door-to-door and talk about issues like health care, the environment and jobs. No fundraising! Positions are full time, and normal shifts run from 2:30pm to 9:00pm. Part time positions may be negotiable. Bilingual speakers preferred.

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10/10/10 LTE Campaign Associate with Community Shares of WI 10/19/10

Title: Campaign Associate
Reports To: Associate Director
Start Date: December 1, 2010
End Date July 31, 2010

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10/8/2010 The Iowa United Nations Association seeks an Executive Director 10/08/10

Provide leadership to the Iowa UNA Board of Directors to establish short term and long term goals and to implement policy and programs. The ideal candidate must have the ability to plan, organize, and to work with others to carry out the details of events and other activities. The ideal candidate must be able to supervise and evaluate the work of others. The ideal candidate must be able to work independently and as a team leader. The ideal candidate must have a bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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