Human Resources Assistant- Limited Term Employee

UW-Green Bay has a current vacancy for a Human Resources Assistant- Limited Term Employee in the Office of Human Resources. This position will perform personnel transaction entry, general administrative support, customer service to visitors and callers, and assist with web updates and maintenance.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, May 25, 2015.

Adjunct Instructor(s)- Teaching English as a Second Language

The Intensive English Program (IEP) provides instruction to international students who have intermediate or advanced proficiency in English but do not meet the language requirements for admission to the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.

The Intensive English Program at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay seeks part-time instructors starting in the summer of 2015. These positions will teach IEP course(s) on the UW-Green Bay Campus.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials as soon as possible.  This position will remain open until filled.

Associate Advisor/Advisor- Adult Degree Program (Wausau, WI)

UW-Green Bay has a current vacancy for an Associate Advisor/Advisor in the Adult Degree Program (ADP). The initial assignment for this position will involve working out of the Northcentral Technical College in Wausau, WI.  This position reports to the Director of ADP and will serve as an advisor and recruiter for returning adult students in central Wisconsin.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Wednesday, June 3, 2015.

“Team Building Thursday” & other Employee Appreciation Week Events

As part of Employee Appreciation Week, all employees are encouraged to participate in “Team Building Thursday” activities going on around campus today from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.  Need some ideas?

  • Hit the Student Services Patio and University Union 206, where Student Life has generously provided a myriad of activities for employees to enjoy (Ping Pong Table, Shuffleboard, Horseshoes, Adult Size Tricycles, Scooters, Giant Connect 4, Giant Jenga, Giant Checkers, Remote Control Cars, and much more!).
  • Start a pick-up game of kickball in the campus quad (kickball and bases will be provided).
  • Start a pick-up game of sand volleyball in Phoenix Park (volleyballs will be provided).
  • Join Kristy Aoki for a Zumba Class in the Kress Events Center from 12:15 – 12:45 p.m. (Bring Sneakers and ID).
  • Gather your co-workers and go for a walk in the Cofrin Arboretum.
  • Grab your disc, and take advantage of the Disc Golf Course on campus.
  • Take advantage of Shorewood’s lunch special for staff and faculty – Lunch, a drink, and 3 holes of golf for $10. Please call ahead (x2118) to reserve.

And lastly, a reminder to show your Phoenix Pride tomorrow!  Every Friday is Phoenix Friday!  Wear your gear to enjoy 10% off at A’viands dining locations.  The Phoenix Bookstore will also offer a 20% discount on apparel, gifts, and school supplies. Employees can also get a sneak peek on Friday from noon- 4:30 p.m. for the Annual Campus heirloom plant fundraiser for Natural and Applied Sciences!

Employee Stories: Favorite part, experience, or aspect of your position?

In honor of employee appreciation week, employees were asked to “Share their Stories” as a UWGB employee. When asked to name a favorite part, experience, or aspect of their position the following employees wrote:

ETEUBERT“I love being employed at UWGB.  My favorite part is walking up to the Cofrin Library on a sunny summer day. I also love chatting with donors/students/graduating seniors about what they love about UWGB.” Liz Teubert, University Advancement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PMARCEC“Commencement, without a doubt!”Paula Marcec, Chancellor’s Office.

“Being able to do repair work and improvements for a large group of departments and individuals all around campus.” Wayne Chaloupka, Facilities Management.

 

KOROLL, JENNIFER“My favorite part of my position is the people I get to work with in the Adult Degree Program. All of the staff in the Adult Degree Program work incredibly hard and are excellent at helping each other out at a moment’s notice. I don’t think I would enjoy my job nearly as much if it weren’t for my colleagues. They get me laughing all the time and keep a smile on my face.” Jennifer Koroll, Outreach and Adult Access.

 

 

 

 

 

WILDE“I loved setting up for Bay Fest back when we had it on campus. It was fun! My favorite part of my position is the people, and I like to clean so it looks nice for them to enjoy.” Colleen Wilde, University Union.

 

 

 

 

DDELBECCHI“One of my favorite parts of my role has to be the student interaction and the committees I serve for. I love having the opportunity to lead sessions on student employment or PRO training to current or prospective students or to get out from behind my desk and mingle with other staff and faculty. I love that my role allows for so much collaboration on a daily basis!” Diana Delbecchi, Financial Aid.

 

 

 

JTRUCKENBROD“Walking in to work from the parking lot to the Cofrin Library in Spring, Summer & Fall.  This place is so beautiful and I am so grateful to get to work here!” Jolene Truckenbrod, Human Resources.

 

 

 

 

 

MEZGER“When I can actually make a difference in whether a student succeeds.” Kim Mezger-Schultz, Disability Services.

ARENDT“Seeing the “A Ha Moments” when working with students who come for academic support when they know that they finally GET IT as well as getting to work with and getting to know my multitude of eclectic tutors each semester.” Sherri Arendt, Tutoring Services.

 

 

 

 

 

RICHTER“I love, love, love that my job allows me to work with people across campus and that I get to make connections with so many wonderful people in so many departments.”Jena Richter, Marketing and Communication.

 
Check back tomorrow for additional positive stories about UW-Green Bay and why it’s great to be a PHOENIX!

CURRENT: Water, Money and Community Lunch n’ Learn presented by Robert B. Atwell

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This event is coordinated and hosted by Current, the Greater Green Bay Chamber’s young professionals group targeting individuals age 21-40.

Water, Money and Community

Many people are unaware of the new water quality crisis in our area. Even as the PCB clean-up is reaching completion, we now face a new and different crisis as rising levels of phosphorous are bringing new EPA mandates on point source emitters (municipalities and factories).

Capital expenditure investment to comply with new EPA mandates are estimated to total $1B between  Green Bay and Appleton, ultimately to be borne by those who using municipal water and working in the companies subject to mandate. Sadly, we are unlikely to see any material improvement. The real growth in phosphorus is coming from non-point sources, with agriculture being the largest source. This talk will bring out some key points about the economics of water quality.

About the Speaker

Robert B. Atwell
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Nicolet National BankBob is the founding CEO of Nicolet National Bank. He has 30 years of experience as a Wisconsin banker. He is a graduate of Beloit college (’80) and the Yale School of Management (’83).Bob is lead director on the board of Ariens Company, and serves on the board of Hospital Sisters Health System, Saris Cycling Group, Promotion Management, Inc. (PMI) and I-Team Companies. He is past chairman and one of the founders of Relevant Radio, a national Catholic radio network. He is a frequent speaker on leadership and community banking as well as ethics, faith and economics.

Menu

Pecan parmesan chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, chef choice vegetable, coleslaw, dinner rolls and butter, milk and coffee. Vegetarian option of a plated pasta primavera is available if requested during the registration process.

Event Registration

$15 Members of Current | $25 Nonmembers of Current

Free with 2015 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More

To ensure proper membership pricing for Current or an events package enrollment, please use the eamil address we have on file for you when registering online. There is a 96-hour cancellation policy.

Agenda
11 a.m. Registration & Networking
11:30 a.m. Lunch Served
12 p.m. Presentation
1 p.m. Conclusion

Location
Vandervest Harley-Davidson of Green Bay
www.olde41.com
1966 Velp Ave.
Green Bay WI 543036450
Map to Event
Olde 41 Premier Banquet Facility

Employee Stories: Who or what motivates you to work hard at your job?

In honor of employee appreciation week, employees were asked to “Share their Stories” as a UWGB employee. When asked “Who or what motivates you to work hard at your job?” the following employees wrote:

ECRAVER“I am motivated to succeed and to excel when I feel like I am my colleagues are treated like respected members of a team. No one here is making a tremendous amount of money, so our motivation and inspiration comes from knowing that we are helping our students and our customers and that the work we do is valued and appreciated by the university.”

Eric Craver, Outreach & Adult Access

 

 

 

PMARCEC“My co-workers, the students, just the atmosphere at the University!”

Paula Marcec, Chancellor’s Office

 

 

 

 

 

SMACHUCA“Doing what I can to help the faculty, staff and students on campus motivates me.  I enjoy doing what is best for our students.   I feel we are all here to help each student succeed, so we may as well do what we can to help each other.”

Sue Machuca, Phoenix Bookstore

 

 

 

LNIEMI“Working with students with disabilities, there is always something to learn about the students, accommodations, new technology and working with faculty.  Seeing student gain the confidence to grow and achieve their goals is a great motivator to me.”

Lynn Niemi, Disability Services

 

 

 

DDELBECCHI“Surprisingly, Jen Jones motivates me to work hard every day. She isn’t my supervisor or even a direct co-worker, but she has an ability to motivate and inspire others around her like I have never seen before. She radiates positivity and her constant stream of encouragement helps me be a better employee every day. Kudos to the Jen Jones of the world! I love having the opportunity to work with her on projects and collaborations. She is a shining star!”

 

Diana Delbecchi, Financial Aid

 

“Feeling appreciated for what I do and treated fairly and with respect.” Dan Moore, Outreach & Adult Access.

“I was a first-generation college student who was extremely fortunate to receive full scholarship funding for my undergraduate education.  I recognize today what a huge gift that was and feel that in my role today I am paying that gift forward.” Shannon Badura, University Advancement.

 “My coworkers.   I found a family when I started working in the Dean of Students Office.  (I want to give a shout out to Toni Bergeon and Lore Slattery. Love you guys!!)” Amanda Wildenberg, Dean of Students Office.

JTIMM“Thankful student-athletes and coaches make the work worth it.” Jake Timm, Athletics.

 

JTRUCKENBROD“I enjoy helping people.   We all spend a lot of our lives at work, so whatever each of us can do to make other’s work life better, we should!  It is important to always treat our co-workers, students, and visitors with professionalism, courtesy and respect.” Jolene Truckenbrod, Human Resources

 

 

 

 

 

“The people I work with make me want to come to work everyday. No two days are alike and that keeps the job exciting.” Katie Stilp, PEA and DJS.

“I find that the dedicated staff in the Academic Advising Office motivates me to get the transfer student evaluations done as quickly and accurately as possible so that they have the information they need to help our students.”  Mike Kanzenbach, Registrar.

Check back tomorrow to hear what employees have to say is their favorite part, experience, or aspect of their positions at UWGB!

Fidelity Investment Individual Counseling Sessions

Fidelity Investments is offering individual counseling sessions where you can confidentially discuss your financial situation with a Fidelity representative.  These sessions will give you the opportunity to:

  • Explore your plan benefits in more depth
  • Consolidate retirement account into the UW 403(b) retirement plan
  • Explore distribution options for pre-retirees
  • Tap into Fidelity’s experience and expertise
  • Make decisions that help you meet your goals

David Eichler, Fidelity Planning & Guidance Consultant will be coming to campus on:

Thursday, June 4, 2015
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
World Unity Room A, University Union

To schedule a confidential consultation with your Fidelity Investments representative, David Eichler, call 1-800-642-7131 or go to www.fidelity.com/atwork/reservations.

Admissions Advisor (Adult Degree Program)

UW-Green Bay has a current vacancy for an Admissions Advisor in the Adult Degree Program (ADP).  This position reports to the Director of ADP and plays a key role in the Program’s efforts to recruit, advise, and retain returning adult students. This particular advisor will be more heavily involved in refining the recruitment model for ADP and implementing and maintaining the customer relationship manager system.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Friday, June 5, 2015.

Employee Stories: How were you hired for your position?

In honor of employee appreciation week, employees were asked to “Share their Stories” as a UWGB employee. When asked “Is there a unique story behind how you were hired for your position?” the following employees wrote:

KOROLL, JENNIFER

“When I was a senior at UW-Green Bay, I held an internship in the Admissions office and I worked under Jen Jones (Pfundtner then) and Pam Harvey-Jacobs. I ended up doing more work than a typical intern and was rewarded with an unexpected stipend at the end of the year. Now, I have been working in higher education admissions and enrollment for the past 9 years and it all started because of my college internship and having the opportunity and privilege of working with Jen and Pam in the Admissions office.”

Jennifer Koroll, Outreach & Adult Access

 

 

 

“I am a former graduate of the Human Development/Psychology department so I knew the quality of the program and many fellow teachers. It is such a wonderful opportunity to be working alongside them!”

Jennifer Smith, Human Development

Check back tomorrow to hear about Who or What motivates employees to work hard at their job!