Seagrave Fire Apparatus – 1st & 2nd Shift Fabricator

1st & 2nd Shift Fabricator

May 27, 2024
18+ Years of Age,

Seagrave Fire Apparatus
105 E 12th St.
Clintonville, WI 54929
County: Waupaca

Fabricators
• Fabricators are responsible for operating some equipment which may include shears, notchers, saws, drills, press brakes, and other fabricating machines. Fabricators also sort parts at the laser, perform DA sanding, and carry out bench work.
• DA sand parts
• Sort parts at laser
• Operate shears, notchers, saws, and drills
• Perform bench work (such as cutting hinges)
• Manufacture parts from drawings/diagrams
• Measure and inspect parts

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Starting Wage: $19.11

Seagrave Fire Apparatus – 1st & 2nd Shift Welder

1st & 2nd Shift Welder

May 27, 2024
18+ Years of Age,

Seagrave Fire Apparatus
105 E 12th St.
Clintonville, WI 54929
County: Waupaca

Welders
• Welders are responsible for fabricating, assembling, and repairing stainless steel and/or aluminum metal structures and equipment. Welders should be able to read blueprints and schematics in addition to being able to set up parts of the welding process including grinding, welding, and drilling
• Be 1F, 1G, 2F, 3G, and 4G short circuit GMAW carbon steel and stainless steel qualified
• Work in booths with parts and subassemblies with/without fixtures
• Fit and weld to prints/drawings
• Meet customer required compliances

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Starting Wage: $22.61

Seagrave Fire Apparatus – 1st & 2nd Shift General Assembler

1st & 2nd Shift General Assembler

May 27, 2024
18+ Years of Age,

Seagrave Fire Apparatus
105 E 12th St.
Clintonville, WI 54929
County: Waupaca

General Assemblers are responsible for assembling various parts and components using hand and power tools. General Assemblers should be able to read blueprints and obtain the necessary materials for the assembly processes.

• Assemble and repair mechanical, trim, and finishing parts/components
• Finish surfaces and components (including sanding, deburring, DA, and grinding)
• Cut parts from blanks
• Assemble and connect simple electrical components
• Assemble and connect plumbing as instructed

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Starting Hourly Wage: $18.58

Full Time CNA – St. Joseph Residence

Full-Time CNA

May 21, 2024
18+ Years of Age, High School Graduate,

St. Joseph Residence
107 E Beckert St
New London, WI 54961
County: Waupaca

Now Hiring Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA’s)
Full Time – PM Shift – 64 Hours Per Pay Period

Job Description
St. Joseph Residence is seeking caring, responsible, and qualified certified nursing assistants to join our team in our skilled nursing facility.

St. Joseph Residence is a not-for-profit corporation founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph, owned and operated by Catholic Health International. We are a continuing care campus offering an array of services and settings including independent apartments, CBRF, RCAC, and a skilled nursing facility. Compassionate care is delivered in a faith-based environment, emphasizing independence, respect, and dignity.

As a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) you will be responsible for providing direct care services such as feeding, bathing, dressing, grooming, transferring patients, changing linens, and personal cares. It is essential to have time management skills, a positive attitude, to be flexible, and want to work as part of a team.
Responsibilities Include
• Provide direct cares for residents personal and medical needs
• Participate in customizing resident care plans
• Monitoring residents for change of condition
• Working with other staff utilizing a teamwork approach
• Work in collaboration with nurses, family members, and other healthcare professionals
• Responsible for timely and accurate charting in the medical record
• Participates in performance improvement projects
• Represent the St. Joseph Residence campus in a professional, customer service oriented manner

Job Requirements
• Current C.N.A. certification in the State of WI
• Must be able to multi-task and work in a fast paced environment
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work as a team
• Previous experience in long term care preferred, but will train newly certified aides who possess the above
mentioned skills
• Must be punctual and have a good attendance history

Positions Available
PM Shift: Full Time, work 2:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. (8 days per pay period)

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Starting Wage
Excellent starting wage, newly certified CNA with less than 1 year of experience will start at $20.00. Starting wage will be higher based on each year of consecutive experience as a CNA.

Program Assistant – ADRC – Dodge County

Program Assistant – ADRC

May 18, 2024
18+ Years of Age,

Dodge County
127 E Oak Street
Juneau, WI 53039
County: Dodge

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Greets and assists visitors. Notifies office staff of visitors, appointments, or schedules appointments as appropriate.
Answers phone calls and routes within the assigned department as appropriate.
Responds to inquiries regarding programs, services, or complaints and refers individuals to appropriate staff.
Assists with mail distribution.
Orders office and miscellaneous supplies as directed.
Coordinates repair service for multifunction machines and vending machines as required.
Schedules appointments, conference rooms, and vehicles or transportation, as required.
Creates, proofs, edits, and/or formats routine correspondence, newsletter articles, etc.
Enters, scans, updates, and maintains information in spreadsheets, databases, and reports.
Performs routine office clerical functions; opens and distributes office mail; files, faxes, and photocopies documents; maintains office supplies, materials, and equipment.
Receives and processes payments, applying payment to proper account, and providing receipt of transaction when necessary.
Provides backup assistance to other Department personnel as needed.
Provides support to the nutrition program:
Enrolls individual in the senior dining program.
Distributes monthly menus to ADRC partners (libraries, stores, media).
Reports meal site counts to catering service.
Orders supplies for meal sites.
Provides dining center staff with required information and forms.
Assists with distribution of farmers market vouchers.
Verifies new transportation rider eligibility and establishes accounts. Assists with coordinating transportation requests.
Prepares, posts, distributes, and tracks computerized agenda documents, information packets and public notices. Records minutes as needed.
Assists with creating and editing written and electronic marketing materials outlining the programs and services offered through the ADRC.
Organizes and maintains all resource information in a variety of formats – files, brochure racks, displays, website, computer database, printed directories, handouts, etc.
Contacts local resources to collect and update information on available resources.
Disseminates programming information in a variety of formats such as radio, website, newspapers, print material ,and social media sites.
Maintains and updates the ADRC website and other social media platforms in accordance with County policy. Ensures there are no accessibility barriers by people with disabilities.
Other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED JOB COMPETENCIES

Creativity and knowledge of design concepts for creating communication materials such as brochures, flyers, displays, etc.
Knowledge of community resources and effective marketing strategies.
Ability to establish and maintain accurate records of assigned activities and operations.
Ability to interpret and implement local policies and procedures; written instructions, general correspondence; Federal, State, and local regulations.
Skill in organizational and time management to prioritize duties to accomplish a high volume of work product while adapting to constant changes in priority.
Ability to perform detailed work accurately and independently in compliance with stringent time limits requiring minimal direction and supervision.
Ability to think quickly, maintain self-control, and adapt to stressful situations.
Knowledge of current office practices and procedures and knowledge of the operation of standard office equipment and software.
Knowledge of computer software including word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications consistent for this position.
Ability to perform mathematical calculations required of this position.
Ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively in English in both written and verbal form.
Skill in researching and understanding complex written materials.
Ability to prepare and maintain accurate and concise records and reports.
Ability to apply sound judgment and discretion in performing duties, resolving problems, and interpreting policies and regulations.
Ability to communicate detailed and often sensitive information effectively and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Ability to handle sensitive interpersonal situations calmly and tactfully.
Ability to maintain professionalism at all times.
Ability to maintain effective working relationships with individuals within and outside the organization.

PHYSICAL AND WORK ENVIRONMENT

This work requires the occasional exertion of up to 25 pounds of force; work regularly requires sitting, frequently requires standing, speaking or hearing, using hands to finger, handle or feel and repetitive motions and occasionally requires walking, stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling and reaching with hands and arms.
Work has standard vision requirements.
Vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word.
Hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken word levels.
Work requires preparing and analyzing written or computer data and observing general surroundings and activities.
Work is generally in a moderately noisy office setting.

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Starting Hourly Wage: $19.29/hr

Entry Level Diesel Locomotive Mechanic – Watco / Wisconsin & Southern Railroad

Entry Level Diesel Locomotive Mechanic

May 14, 2024
18+ Years of Age, High School Graduate,

Watco / Wisconsin & Southern Railroad
203 S Pearl St
Janesville, WI 53548
County: Rock

Starting Pay: $24.00 per hour

Description

The Diesel Repair Technician inspects, repairs and maintains locomotives consistent with company polices. Team member will be required to perform mechanical related maintenance as required. The ability to work with others to be productive is essential to the success of this position, the company, and all team members. All team members in the entire organization are to treat each other in the same manner that they would expect to be treated themselves.

We will provide on the job training.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Implementation of and compliance with the company safety plan.
Tolerate no less than a respectful work place.
Develop and sustain an environment where all obstacles of success are constantly communicated to everyone affected.
Communications between all parties are absolutely clear.
Constantly searching for both safe and productive ways of performance.
Compliance with confidentiality policy as stated in company employee manual.
Coordinate locomotive mechanical department functions with all other departments.
Comply with the guidelines set forth by the FRA on Personal Blue Signal Protection of Workers.
Work with customers to assure a level of customer service consistent with company goals.
Work with connecting railroads to assure efficient interchange of cars and locomotives.
Perform air tests, inspect and repair locomotives or components for structural defects and wear according to FRA and manufacturing guidelines.
Rules compliance with all rules, regulations and programs including drug and alcohol.
Be proficient and knowledgeable on the interchange rules as they pertain to locomotives.
Possess working knowledge of the proper use of various wear limit gauges and testing equipment.
Must possess the ability to complete written forms and reports as well as necessary Federal Railroad Administration reports pertaining to machinist position responsibilities.
Must possess the ability to become a qualified locomotive inspector according to the FRA regulations.
Familiar with state and federal regulations as it relates to the railroad industry.
Must be able to perform emergency repairs and re-railing of railroad rolling stock.
Must have the ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Must have a working knowledge of and be familiar with various types of tools and equipment such as, but not limited to, welders, torches, hammers, jacks, and various types of other mechanical, pneumatic, and hand tools pertaining to the construction and maintenance of locomotives.
Develop the skills of subordinate employee(s) to assure highly qualified successors are in place
Other responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and Experience

High School diploma or equivalent.

Reading & Language Skills

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and federal and state regulations.
Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of this organization. Ability to write and update rules and manuals to assure continuous compliance with all federal regulations.

Certificates and Licenses

Must possess valid driver’s license and be insurable by company insurance provider to drive and operate company vehicles and equipment as necessary.
Must have the ability to become a qualified Service Engineer according to Federal Railroad Administration regulations and will be required to perform electrical duties as required.

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Track Laborer – Watco / Wisconsin & Southern Railroad

Track Laborer

May 14, 2024
18+ Years of Age, High School Graduate,

Watco / Wisconsin & Southern Railroad
1890 E Johnson St
Madison, WI 53704
County: Dane

Hourly Pay Rate: $23.00 – $24.00

This position is with the Wisconsin and Southern Railroad.

Description

The Railroad Track Repair Technician position will be required to safely and efficiently inspect, repair, and maintain the railroad track infrastructure to insure safe and efficient service to our customers. This is a manual labor position, which requires that the individual becomes proficient in the following skills, duties, and requirements within a prescribed training and introductory period.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Inspect, unload, load, distribute, pick-up, install cross ties, switch ties, other track material and ballast.
Inspect, unload, distribute, load, pick-up, install, grind, and transpose rail.
Inspect, load, unload, distribute, pick-up, remove, construct, maintain and repair turnouts.
Inspect, patrol, construct, install, retire, remove, surface, gauge, line and shift track.
Inspect, protect, flag, construct, install, maintain, and repair road crossings.
Inspect, protect, flag, construct, install, maintain, repair, paint, renew and replace bridges.
Inspect, protect, flag, maintain, repair and construct culverts and tunnels.
Inspect, dismantle, remove, maintain, repair and paint station facilities.
Inspect, test, maintain, repair, construct and install scales.
Inspect, remove, maintain, repair, construct, and install right of way, sand and snow fences.
Inspect, construct, install, maintain, clean and paint signs.
Cut and dispose of vegetation.
Clean debris from switches.
Remove snow or other foreign materials from track infrastructure.
Accurate and timely reporting as required
Read and accurately interpret company documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and federal and state regulations.
Communicate professionally and effectively.
Must acquire a comprehensive understanding of track authority.
Comply with performance metrics measurements and deadlines.
Practice safe work habits and follow company and industry policies, procedures and regulations.
Respond promptly to any accident, incident or emergency call.
Read gauges, precision measuring instruments, schematics and maintenance manuals 100% of the time.
Performs other duties that may be assigned.

Education and Experience

High school education or general education (GED) or 3 to 6 months job-related experience; or equivalent of education and experience.
Must be 18 years or older.

Certificates and Licenses

The team member must possess a valid driver’s license with no restrictions.
The team member must be able to pass Track Ground School, GCOR Written Test, Roadway Worker Protection Written Test, Fall Protection Written Test, Maintenance of Way Safety Written Test, MSHA/OSHA Training and Certification (if required on site).


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Must have the ability to apply common sense and understanding to carry out written and oral instructions.
Must have the ability to write legibly.
Must be able to perform duties that require heavy lifting.
Must be willing to work outdoors in varying weather conditions.
Must be able to have a flexible work schedule.
Must have the ability to recognize problems.
Must have knowledge of Roadway Protection Rules.
Must have a broad understanding of railroad operations.

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Entry Level Railroad Conductor – WATCO / Wisconsin & Southern Railroad

Entry Level Railroad Conductor

May 14, 2024
18+ Years of Age, High School Graduate,

Watco / Wisconsin & Southern Railroad
313 Clinton St.
Horicon, WI 53032
County: Dodge

Starting Hourly Pay: $25.00 – $27.00

Guaranteed 50 hours a week.

Description

The conductor/switchman position will control and coordinate the train movements while switching railcars whether in the yard of a railroad, industrial plant, or similar location to facilitate the unloading and loading of railcars in a safe and efficient manner to service our customers. This position is a manual labor position which requires that the individual become proficient in the following skills, duties, and requirements within a prescribed training and introductory period.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Demonstrate predictable, reliable, and timely attendance.
Follow written and verbal directions to complete assigned tasks on schedule.
Read, write, and communicate in English & understand basic math.
Learn from directions, observations, and mistakes and apply procedures using good judgment.
Reads switching orders from designated person.
Supervises and coordinates the activities of train crews.
Receives oral or written instructions from Manager or Customer indicating which cars are to be switched.
Notifies engineer of switching orders and, whereby, which cars are to be moved to specified locations of yard, using radio, verbal or hand signals.
Talks to crew or other yard workers via radio to give or receive switching information.
Confers with train dispatcher via radio to issue or receive information or instructions concerning stops, delays, or oncoming trains.
Gives instructions to throw track switches and to couple and uncouple cars.
May assist workers to throw switches or perform other activities involved when performing switching operations.
Turns hand brake wheel or ratchet type brake as well to apply and release handbrakes.
Observes track to detect obstructions.
Maintains records, number, origin, destination, and cargo of cars switched.
May coordinate activities of switching crew from locomotive cab, caboose, or control tower.
Raises coupling lever to couple or uncouple cars.
Throws track switches to facilitate shunting of cars and signals Engineer to move cars, using lantern, arm signals or radio.
Connects air hose to cars when making up trains by bending and applying force.
May set warning signals, such as flares, flags, or lanterns at front of and at rear of train during emergency stops to warn oncoming trains.
Sits or rides in cab of locomotive to observe signals from other crew members.
May make minor repairs to couplings, and air hoses and report any equipment requiring major repairs.
Talk to Dispatcher via radio to give or receive switching information.

QUALIFICATIONS 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Must be able to pass and or obtain all reporting, testing, and certifications as required for this position.

SKILLS and ABILITIES

High school education or general education (GED) or 3 to 6 months job-related experience; or equivalent of education and experience.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

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Professional Cleaner – Optimal Cleaning Solutions

Professional Cleaner

April 23, 2024
18+ Years of Age, High School Student,

Optimal Cleaning Solutions
W4778 Hill Rd
Hilbert, WI 54129
County: Calumet

Start as a Professional Cleaner but can grow into limitless positions within our company based on your interests and talents!

Part-time positions available (Evening positions readily available!)

Looking for dependable individuals who are looking to make a positive impact in our surrounding communities.

Casual work-environment (having fun at work is encouraged!)

No experience required.

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Weld Operator – Maysteel Industries

Weld Operator

April 17, 2024
18+ Years of Age, High School Graduate,

Maysteel Industries
6199 Hwy W
Allenton, WI 53002
County: Washington

SUMMARY OF CLASSIFICATION:

This description summarizes the requirements of an operator level employee performing in the Weld classification.

Perform entry level work within Arcweld classifications. Work with technician and group leader employees to acquire skills required for promotion to GSO level. Must demonstrate the ability to complete and understand direction from group leaders and other technician-level employees.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Maintain safe work environment (i.e., use of personal protective equipment, proper lifting techniques, etc.).
• Perform MIG weld processes based on project needs.
• Have basic blueprint knowledge.
• Deburr and grind metal as necessary to achieve proper surface texture.
• Gain knowledge and inspection practice to ensure conformance to quality specifications.
• Inform management or lead of any part or equipment defects to ensure prompt response to the problem.
• Start up and stop perform routine operations related to arcwelding related equipment.
• Familiarize yourself with the tools, instrumentation, and calibration equipment.
• Clean production area (sweep, mop, and remove debris).
• Load and unload items from machines, carts, and dollies.
• Feed or place items onto equipment for processing.
• Ensure conformance to specifications.
• Mark parts for identification.
• Place equipment on conveyor belt for further processing.
• Scrape waste material from machine.
• Read and interpret gauges.
• Record data.
• Use Epicor ERP to log into and out of jobs.
• Take instructions from management and lead person.
• Conserve resources and Supplies to facilitate minimum waste.
• Work from routings, manufacturing instruction sheets, blueprints, visual aids, or other instructions to manufacture product at required quality levels.
• Recommend and select proper tooling for required tasks, as well as recommend productive process changes.
• Select proper fillers for jobs based on previous experience or project instructions.
• Conserve resources whenever possible to ensure budgetary integrity and client satisfaction.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

A high school diploma, GED, and/or equivalent experience with power and hand tools is a plus.
Basic Math and Communication skills required.
Arcweld certification is recommended.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to lift, carry, push, pull, grip, and grasp up to 35 lbs. Employees also frequently bend, twist, and reach and may stand and/or walk up to 8-10 hours per day.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

While performing the duties of this job, the noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to high. Job consists of working in a manufacturing facility. Job could consist of making changes by hand or by running machinery equipment. Will receive objects or parts on conveyer belt, be responsible for your portion of the job, and then pass materials down conveyer belt or to next worker.

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