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Job Title: General Production 2492265          02/18/2019
County/ies: Lincoln
Job Duties: Performing a variety of job assignments including, but not limited to; off-bearing, pre-assembly, sub-assembly, custodial and general plant upkeep. Performing other duties as assigned. Move to the work. Communicating timely and effectively with all levels of the organization regarding quality or production problems and improvements. Observing and reporting all safety problems, opportunities and events as appropriate. Maintaining a clean and orderly work area. Maintaining an acceptable Attendance record.
Qualifications: High School Diploma/GED Equivalent Required. 18 or older Required. Semco Windows & Doors is now taking applications for General Production factory employees. Previous factory employment in a manufacturing environment is preferred. Woodworking experience is a plus. Employee must be dependable and have a good attendance record. Experienced Window Assemblers are desired and opportunities for advancement exist.
Pay Rate: $11.00 Per Hour
Hours: Full-Time/Part-Time, 20 to 58 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Claim Shared Services Manager 2492784          02/18/2019
County/ies: Lincoln
Job Duties: Lead and manage Claim Shared Services function consisting of loss recovery services (Subrogation and Claims Reinsurance), quality assurance, claim best practices, anti-fraud program and acts as the claim's liaison with Learning and Development on claims training. Responsible for the strategic direction, delivery of key capabilities, identification of new opportunities for improved outcomes and solutions supporting the Claims Department. Support the department and enterprise through management and delivery of strategic tools, capabilities, and analysis. Accountable for providing integrated, efficient, and high-quality claims services to internal and external customers within the department and across the enterprise. Supervisor responsibilities to include staffing, training and development, performance management, and work force planning.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree is required. Equivalent technical claim experience and/or operational experience may be considered in lieu of a degree. Minimum of five to seven years of increasing responsibilities in technical and/or operational claim roles. Prior supervisory or leadership experience is preferred. Understanding of claim handling standards for all lines and strong knowledge of state and other regulatory requirements. Ability to effectively listen to others and collaboratively share ideas and communicate effectively throughout all levels of the organization. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and the ability to develop, test, and implement solutions for complex problems and issues.
Pay Rate: Based on Experience
Hours: Full-Time, 37.5 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Evaluator 2492550          02/18/2019
County/ies: Oneida
Job Duties: The Epidemiologist- Evaluator's primary responsibilities are to evaluate the program outcomes for the CDC initiatives; "Comprehensive Approaches to Health and Wellness in Indian Country, and the Tribal Epidemiology Centers - Building Public Health Infrastructure in Tribal Communities to Accelerate Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in Indian Country" cooperative agreements. In close coordination with Tribal grantees nationally, this position will provide evaluation services and technical assistance to Tribes throughout the Great Lakes (Bemidji) Area (MI, MN, WI). Other responsibilities may include carrying out a broad range of epidemiologic activities such as: collection, analysis and interpretation of Federal, Tribal and State collected health information; technical assistance to Tribes on a variety of epidemiological issues upon request; and training in relation to collecting and using health information. Daily attendance is an essential function of this position. This job is with a Native American tribal business or is located on tribally owned lands. Laws governing employment may differ from the State of Wisconsin's. You may wish to discuss this with the employer before accepting the position.
Qualifications: Master's Degree Required. Vehicle: Required. Class D - Regular (Auto, Light Truck, Moped) Required. Master's degree in Public Health with emphasis in epidemiology and evaluation or equivalent required, two to five years related experience in community-based evaluation and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Demonstrated experience working effectively with or for Tribal Nations and/or American Indian/Alaska Native organizations and/or not-for-profit agencies. Ability to work independently and as a program manager and team member. Individual must possess: excellent written and verbal communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people; speak in front of groups. Individual must be able to address a wide range of intellectual and practical problems, apply statistical calculations to findings, and the ability to compose complex business correspondence (reports, health profiles). Requires a high level of confidentiality. Must possess valid driver's license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel.
Pay Rate: $48,000.00 Per Year to $62,000.00 Per Year (depending on experience)
Hours: Full-Time, 40 to 45 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Mental Health Support Worker 2497225          02/18/2019
County/ies: Langlade, this position is available in Antigo on 3rd Shift or working weekends only.
Job Duties: Provide support and services to individuals with varying diagnoses (ADHD, Bipolar, Schizophrenia, Anxiety, Personality Disorders, Mood Disorder, Autism, AODA, etc.) Skill-based teaching. Maintain and reinforce healthy boundaries. Integrate individuals in the community. Assist with social skills, coping skills, daily living skills, medication monitoring, and linking to community resources. Meet with Mental Health Professional for mandatory supervision weekly or bi-weekly. Attend case management and team meetings as requested. Complete all documentation to program standards within 24 hours of contact with client.
Qualifications: All Full and Part-Time positions require a commitment of every-other-weekend. Casual call positions are available for individuals looking for more flexibility. Pay for this position is between $11.00 or $16.00/hour. A higher wage requires a candidate to have a qualifying bachelor's degree or higher in Human Services or Education. Class D - Regular (Auto, Light Truck, Moped) Required. Required, Mileage reimbursement available. Valid Driver's License with Acceptable Driving Record. 18 or older Required.
Pay Rate: $11.00 Per Hour to $16.00 Per Hour
Hours: Full-Time/Part-Time, 16 to 39 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Economic Support Specialist 2491044          02/11/2019
County/ies: Oneida
Job Duties: Conducts interviews face to face and on the phone; takes applications for Food Stamps, Medical Assistance and other Economic Support programs. Verifies and documents needed information as required by state and federal regulations; queries and date enter information into CARES to process eligibility. Explains financial and nonfinancial eligibility factors to clients; including, but not limited to budgeting and program requirements; receives inquiries from clients and potential clients, providing information and referrals. Does appropriate data entry and confirms benefits and program denials in a timely manner to ensure proper benefits to clients. Updates eligibility whenever changes occur, and reviews cases in compliance with state and federal guidelines. Remains current on all federal regulations and state requirements for program execution. Completes or prepares Front End Verification assignments as well as prepares documentation and gives case specific testimony at hearings. Any other duty as assigned.
Qualifications: One year post High School education (24 college credits) in Accounting, bookkeeping, record keeping, administrative support or related. Class D - Regular (Auto, Light Truck, Moped) Required. 18 or older Required. Two years of related work experience; work experience in accounting, bookkeeping or record keeping preferred. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to handle high volume of calls through the consortium call center. Knowledge of eligibility factors for all economic assistance programs. Knowledge of computer hardware, software, and accessories. Skill in interviewing applicants/recipients of assistance. Ability to manage time effectively, prioritize, meet deadlines and work accurately and efficiently under pressure. Ability to type 45 wpm. Ability to make judgements concerning evaluation of information and need for referral to other agencies. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff and the public. Ability to adapt to changes in a professional manner.
Pay Rate: $17.43 Per Hour
Hours: Full-Time, 40 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Behavioral Health Service Facilitator 2487682          02/11/2019
County/ies: Oneida
Job Duties: Provides case management services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and children/adolescents who are severely emotionally disturbed in accordance with guidelines and requirements of the Comprehensive Community Services program. Completes initial intake referrals and works cooperatively to determine eligibility for services. Locates, manages and coordinates community services; completes monthly review of client progress; monitors and maintains documentation of program requirements, client records and quality of care; and provides information and referral, advocacy, and crisis intervention, works collaboratively with other community service providers to assist clients through the emergency crisis line and performs telephone and face-to-face intervention and services including assessment, counseling, referrals to stabilization services, and coordination of linkage and follow-up care.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree Required. Bachelor's Degree in social work or closely-related Human Service field. Wisconsin certification or certification eligibility in social work preferred. Class D - Regular (Auto, Light Truck, Moped) Required. Mileage reimbursement available. Two years of recent experience working with clientele with severe and persistent mental illness and/or severely emotionally disturbed children/adolescents. 1,000 hours of supervised clinical experience.
Pay Rate: $20.40 Per Hour to $22.53 Per Hour
Hours: Full-Time, 38 to 40 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Corrections Officer 2489764          02/11/2019
County/ies: Oneida
Job Duties: Under the direct supervision of the Corrections Sergeant, the Correction Officer shall be responsible for carrying out the everyday operations and security of the jail. Duties are performed in accordance with State Statutes, Department rules, policy and procedures, employee handbook, and standard operating policy. Escorts inmates between cells, to programming and visiting, keeping inmates segregated according to classification. May assist Deputy Sheriffs in transporting inmates. Makes and logs periodic cell checks and checks cellblocks for cleanliness and contraband. Administers discipline and enforcement of all rules and regulations among the prisoners. Responsible for the cleanliness and sanitation of the jail; assigns, supervises and inspects the work of inmates engaged in on-site clean-up. Maintains various jail records and logs including visitation log, medical log, keeping track of inmate mail, the logging of shift events and preparing written reports; performs upkeep of jail records and filings. Performs all duties to ensure the safety and security of the inmates. Delivers medications to inmates and contacts proper medical staff regarding inmate's medical concerns according to policy and procedure. Supervises the comings and goings of Huber inmates; performs strip searches, recording and storing goods and valuables received and issues brown-bag lunches. Verifies work release schedules. Maintains communication between shifts and keeps supervisor informed of any problems, complaints or infractions of rules and/or regulations. Oversees the distribution of meals by inmate workers; maintains meal counts and forwards to Jail Administrator. Uses verbal skills, assigned weapons, handcuffs and other restraints, and physical force to maintain discipline and order among prisoners. Ability to use all issued equipment such as handcuffs, batons, O.C. Spray, Electronic Control Device (ECD) and the SBCA (self-contained breathing apparatus). Any other duty as assigned.
Qualifications: High School Diploma/GED Equivalent Required. Class D - Regular (Auto, Light Truck, Moped) Required. 18 or older Required. Must be certified (or eligible) to be certified as a Corrections Officer by the Wisconsin Department of Justice - Law Enforcement Standards Board (LESB) in the State of Wisconsin. State Certification as a Corrections Officer at hire is preferred, however, can be obtained during employment. knowledge of computers; keep accurate records and make detailed reports; good verbal and written communication skills; basic math skills; have a valid Wisconsin driver's license and make good independent decisions based on practices, rules and procedures. Knowledge of rules, regulations and State Statutes regarding housing of prisoners. No previous experience is required.
Pay Rate: $17.43 Per Hour
Hours: Full-Time, 37.5 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Sr. New Application Developer           02/11/2019
County/ies: Lincoln
Job Duties: Lead the development and configuration of all aspects of new application systems. Design, enhance, program, and maintain new application solutions while adhering to development specifications and standards. Provide detailed technical program specifications and algorithms to implement desired business functionality and implement them for new program development. Provide for overall application system integrity and meeting project schedules. Lead the coding, data access, and unit testing process. Coach and mentor less experienced staff. Lead the development unit testing and configuration of all aspects of a new application system. Provide detailed technical program specifications for new program development. Design specific solutions that implement the desired business functionality and implement these designs. Oversee the adherence to development specifications and standards. Lead the functional decomposition and design program flow and execution steps. Lead the development of reusable code/object/service libraries. Provide for overall new application system integrity and the meeting of applicable project schedules. Coach and mentor less experienced staff.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related field (e.g., business, finance, or technical) or equivalent experience required. 6+ years' experience as a new application developer. Insurance industry related experience preferred. Ability to learn CMIC IT systems, methodologies and processes, and policies, products, etc., associated with the business. Strong skills in one of the following technology groupings: Java, Junit, J2EE, XML, Eclipse; or JavaScript, HTML5, CSS; or Net, C#.
Pay Rate: Based on Experience
Hours: Full-Time, 37.5 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Family Support Specialist- Home Visiting 2484243          02/04/2019
County/ies: Oneida
Job Duties: The Family Support Specialist is responsible for initiating and maintaining regular, weekly contact and support with recipient families with children from birth up to five years. This service position will follow the Healthy Families America model of care and use the Growing Great Kids curriculum. Extensive training will be provided to the right candidate and with a minimum 1-year commitment. Establish a trusting relationship with recipient families. Assist in strengthening the parent-child relationship. Assist with improvement of skills to optimize the home environment. Assist in developing and maintaining an advisory group. Improve the family support systems. Increase the family's ability to problem-solve and assume the role of advocate for themselves and their children. Identify other needs of the family, provide referrals to other services when necessary, and assist families to complete the referral/contact/appointment. Assist the family in establishing goals and creates a plan for accomplishment of those goals. Assess the normal growth and development of the target child. Complete data entry within 48 hours of family contact. Work as a team member to ensure Medicaid Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC) requirements are met as directed by the Registered Nurse providing PNCC services. Manage complicated schedules ensuring participation in all necessary meetings and trainings including; weekly case management meetings, weekly reflective supervision meetings, COP meetings, CQI meetings, quarterly grantee meetings and all Healthy Families America (HFA) trainings. This job is with a Native American tribal business or is located on tribally owned lands. Laws governing employment may differ from the State of Wisconsin's. You may wish to discuss this with the employer before accepting the position.
Qualifications: Associates Degree in Early Childhood preferred and/or equivalent experience working in the field. Experience working with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency desirable. High School Diploma/GED Equivalent Required. Class D - Regular (Auto, Light Truck, Moped) Required. Must possess valid driver's license, have access to reliable transportation with adequate insurance and be able to travel. Must be hardworking, honest and understand family dynamics. Knowledge of infant and child development, parent-child attachment and maternal-infant health, experience in strength-based and family-centered provision of primary prevention services, and/or direct experience as a home visitor. Respect for and sensitivity to the needs and rights of others, including those with differing cultural, racial, sexual, or ethnic identities. Ability to establish trusting relationships and work effectively with mothers, fathers and extended family. Belief that children need to be nurtured.
Pay Rate: $14.00 Per Hour to $16.00 Per Hour
Hours: Full-Time, 40 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

Job Title: Program Director 2484259          02/04/2019
County/ies: Oneida
Job Duties: The Program Director of the Wisconsin Native American Tobacco Network: Identifies Tribal tobacco control issues, develops strategies and implements tobacco control programs within member communities. Works towards improving the quality of life for Tribal members through education, advocacy, program development and implementation relative to; traditional use and sacred use of tobacco; commercial and recreational use of tobacco; reduction in initiation ages; smoking and pregnancy; cessation with youth and adults; exposure to environmental tobacco smoke; and tobacco disparities. A vital component will be the organization and maintenance of an Inter-Tribal Tobacco Coalition in which this position will provide leadership for the main goals and objectives as set by the Wisconsin Ethnic Network Collaborative. This job is with a Native American tribal business or is located on tribally owned lands. Laws governing employment may differ from the State of Wisconsin's. You may wish to discuss this with the employer before accepting the position.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a health and human service field required. Minimum three years of experience in health and human services or an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience. Experience with a Native American Tribal organization and/or not-for-profit agency preferred. Grant writing and funding experience preferred. Individual must possess: excellent verbal and written communication skills; professional demeanor and appearance; problem solving skills; ability to manage time effectively; self-motivation skills; work effectively under pressure; ability to build positive work relationships with internal and external customers; ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of people; speak in front of groups. Individual must be able to apply advanced reasoning skills to problem solving and use basic mathematical skills. Must possess valid driver's license and/or reliable transportation with adequate insurance and ability to travel. Position requires bending and lifting to 15-20 pounds.
Pay Rate: $48,000.00 Per Year to $52,000.00 Per Year
Hours: Full-Time, 40 to 45 Hours Per Week
Contact: RHINELANDER JOB SERVICE (715) 365-1500

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