April 14-23: Spring break - No school. School office closed
April 25 & April 26: Testing dates. School releases at 1:00 pm
May 29: No school
Attention All Students (Posted 4/27/17)
This is a reminder that all Eisenhower Library materials are due back by Thursday May, 25.
New Berlin Public Library - AP Study Nights (Posted 4/24/17)
With AP Study Nights quickly approaching I just wanted to send a couple quick reminders. If you could please forward this to any faculty or staff who may be advertising it that would be wonderful, thank you.
First and foremost, for the dates given on the poster we will have space for students to study, and then can arrive anytime starting at 3 pm. For the Late Nights they can arrive up until 4 pm Sunday, April 30, and 9 pm the other week days. PLEASE emphasize to students that they need to be at the library BEFORE the "normal" close time (4 pm on Sunday & 9 pm Monday - Thursday).
We will have snacks for each event, and bigger snacks (subs & pizza) for the after hours/late nights.
We have contacted New Berlin Police to let them know some students may be leaving the library after curfew hours, and we have printed slips/passes to give students to prove they were at the library studying.
We have quite study places, the Community Room & places around the library, and group study spots, in the Heritage Room, Teen Suite, and any available study room.
Athletics and Activities Night is Wednesday, May 3 (Posted 4-19-2017)
On Wednesday, May 3, Eisenhower will be holding an Athletics and Activities Night from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. This evening is dedicated to providing information about the wide variety of athletics as well as clubs and organizations that are available to students at our school. A large group presentation begins at 6:30 pm, followed by a chance for families to visit dedicated tables staffed with coaches, advisors and representatives who will share information and answer questions. See you there!
Senior Honors Night Information (Posted 4-10-2017)
Seniors: Please complete a Google Form (link below) for any scholarships/awards that you have accepted so that we can recognize your achievements at our Senior Honors Night on Wednesday, May 31, at 6:30 p.m. in the Auditorium. This may include academic or athletic scholarships from a college, university, or technical school, as well as other regional, national, or community scholarships/awards.
Please fill out a separate form for each scholarship/award. This form must be submitted by May 17 in order to be included in the program (NO EXCEPTIONS). Invitations will be sent out to confirm your participation in the Senior Honors Night. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Lohse in the Student Services Office or email: Kathy.Lohse@nbexcellence.org.
NOTE: If you have the award letter/certificate, please give it to Mrs. Tannert in the Student Services Office.
Free Teen Driver Training Program Coming to Miller Park (Posted 4/5/2017)
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation and Ford are bringing the teenage driver safety Ford Driving Skills for Life program to Miller Park on May 20 and May 21. The free driver training program is for teenagers with a learner’s permit or a driver’s license.
Training will help teens improve their skills in hazard recognition, vehicle handling, speed and space management, braking and stopping distances, reaction time and how to avoid the dangers of distracted and impaired driving. This course is intended for teens to learn these skills in a safe environment with professional instructors sitting right next to them. A video about the event can be viewed here. Students can check out the program flyer here, or register for the event at https://www.drivingskillsforlife.com/events-cat/events/state/WI.
Pond Ecology, Canoeing Enrichment Experience (Posted April 4, 2017)
The Urban Ecology Center and CESA I Partners for the Advancement of Gifted Education are hosting a pond ecology and canoeing event Saturday, May 20, at the Urban Ecology Center Washington Park location, 1859 N. 40th St., Milwaukee.
Students will explore animal and aquatic adaptations along the shore of the Washington Park lagoon. They will collect macro-invertebrates, explore their adaptations, and learn about their relationship to the environment. Additionally, students will learn basic canoe skills and explore the pond ecosystem by canoe.
ATTN: SDNB Certified Nursing Assistants - Important Dates for Employment at Area Hospitals (Posted 4/3/2017)
Ascension (aka Wheaton Franciscan) Healthcare is having a "meet and greet" Tuesday, May 9, from 4-5:30 p.m. for all high school CNAs interested in being considered for a position at Elmbrook Memorial, St. Francis Hospital, St. Joseph's Hospital and possibly Columbia St. Mary's. Please treat this as competitive. There is a limited number of positions available at each location. The hiring managers will be on site to discuss the positions available and answer your questions. This event will be held at their conference center, 5th floor, 201 N. Mayfair Road, Wauwatosa.
Students must have passed their state exam, or be on track to pass the state exam by July 1, in order to apply. Students who are under 18 must qualify for a youth apprenticeship. Please see your counselor with questions. Students who are graduating in June and plan to attend school in the area are eligible to apply for open "pool" positions, a great option for those that are unable to lock into a set schedule.
The "meet and greet" serves as a pre-employment screening and is required to be considered for employment. Students should dress as though they were attending an interview, arrive prior to 4 p.m. and plan to stay until 5:30. Participants will have the opportunity to formally apply following the event with a very short turnaround time.
AP Exam Locations and Information (Posted 4-26-17)
Below are the times and locations of AP Exams for May 2017.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your exam is scheduled to begin
Please bring a #2 pencil and an approved calculator (if applicable). If you have questions if your calculator is approved, please contact your AP teacher, Mrs. Mees, or see this link AP Calculator Policy
New for 2017 AP Exams: Students are not required to stay the half day prior to or following their AP exam. Although attendance is not required, students do have the option of staying the full day if they choose. If students do choose to stay the full day, please check in with Mrs. Ochs in the main office so your attendance can be adjusted.
If you have any questions regarding AP exams, please contact Emily Mees in the Student Services Office.
The ACT will be offered at Eisenhower on June 10, 2017. The registration deadline is May 5, 2017. Register online at: http://www.actstudent.org/If this is your first time taking the National ACT (this does not include the State ACT taken in February), then you will need to create a new account. You will need to provide your ACT ID, which you can find on your ACT score report or by calling ACT at 319-337-1270.
UPCOMING COLLEGE & CAREER EVENTS
College & Military Visits
Parents, please accept our invitation to attend these sessions along with your student or by yourself. You will be provided with lots of wonderful information and a great opportunity to meet face to face with an admissions representative. Students can pick up a pass to attend in the Student Services Department the day before or morning of the visit. Locations may vary, please report to Student Services at the time of the visit, you will be directed to the location. Should you have any questions, please contact your counselor. We hope to see you!!.
5/10/17 UW-Waukesha @ 8:30 A.M.
Building Women's Future in the Construction Trades (Posted 4-25-17)
WCTC is hosting a FREE career exploration workshop for women interested in construction trades. Women, ages 16 years and older, interested in attending Building Women’s Futures please sign-up immediately athttp://wctc.edu/career-event. This free event will offer hands on stations for women to try out some skills from our Plumbing, HVAC, Carpentry, and Architectural Design/Interior Design programs. Women can start at the station they are most interested in and then go on to trying out the other areas too. Click here for more information.
Athletics and Activities Night is Wednesday, May 3rd
Eisenhower will be holding an Athletics and Activities Night from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm on Wednesday, May 3rd. This event is dedicated to providing information about the wide variety of sport and activity (club) offerings at Eisenhower. A large group presentation begins at 6:30pm, followed by a chance for families to visit dedicated tables staffed with coaches, advisors and representatives who will share information and answer any questions. All Eisenhower families who have students interested in participating in a sport or activity are encouraged to attend. The event is for students (and families) entering grades 7-12 this upcoming fall. See you there!
Good Luck at State Skills USA Students! (Posted 4/24/17)
Michael Poepping, Luke Eldien, Evan Mason, Alexandra Maniscalco, Shan Xue Dang, Piyush Aghi, Aidan Hinsenkamp, Zak Bohte, Erica Junger, Jordon Cotter, Matthew "Turtle" Schmidt, Grace Lopez, Chloe Moran, Alyssa Mallmann, Grace Catanese, Eric Western, Alex Grant, Dimitrios Ziogas, Justin Prividera and Kaleigh Woyach.
IKE 2017 Football Golf Outing
IKE Cheer Team Tryouts
Calling all Eisenhower Girls and Boys!
The New Berlin Eisenhower Cheerleading Team will be holding tryouts May 15th, 17th, & 18th for the 2017 - 2018 season. If you are loud and full of energy please come tryout. No experience necessary! We are also looking for a MASCOT, someone that can really pump up the crowd and get them going!
We will be having optional tumbling sessions and stunt clinics every Monday, (please contact us for more details). Tumbling will be from 6:00 - 7:00pm, then stunt clinics will be from 7:00 - 9:00pm in the lower gym.
There will be an IKE Girls Volleyball Spring Meeting will be held in the commons Tuesday May 9th from 7:30-8:30.
Eisenhower Prom 2017 Tickets (Posted 4/26/17)
Eisenhower Prom 2017 tickets are now live and ready for purchase on the Webstore. Students will have until the end of the school day Wednesday, May 3rd to purchase tickets. The price of tickets is $60, and that will cover transportation and admission to and from all prom and post-prom events.
Looking forward to a wonderful evening at the Harley- Davidson Museum (prom venue) and Dave and Buster's (post-prom venue) on Friday, May 12th!
2017-2018 Student Union Applications (Posted 4/26/17)
The mission of Student Union, in simple terms, is to make our school a better place. We organize school events, act as role models to the student body, collaborate with our teachers, and spread school spirit throughout the year. As a member of Student Union you will be expected to attend weekly meetings, volunteer regularly, and give your input and ideas regarding the organization as a whole. We are proud to represent and serve our school and are looking for enthusiastic individuals who want to do the same.
How to Apply
All high school students are welcome to join. Applications are due Thursday, May 18th. Printed applications will be available outside Ms. Schlegel's door, room 236 beginning May 1st or you can find it by going to this link: https://goo.gl/UXQtMW
There will be a folder outside Ms. Schlegel’s room, 236 to submit your application. Please carefully read what is required for both new members and returning members. A roster will be posted outside Ms. Schlegel’s room in early June and you will receive a letter with additional information.
Senior Dinner Dance Tickets On Sale Now! (Posted 4/24/17)
Senior dinner dance tickets are on sale in the school store. Purchase your student’s ticket now to receive a discount. The price of tickets will increase beginning May 15.
The final date to purchase tickets is May 25th with no exceptions made following this date due to the contract with the venue. Students will be able to pick up their ticket beginning Friday, May 26th at the ticket booth during lunch.
When: Friday June 2, 2017 from 6:30 - 10:30 PM
Where: Coast a Zilli Restaurant
931 E. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
What: Senior dinner dance is an event that is a long-time tradition for all of Ike seniors to remember their grade and memories made throughout high school. This event includes a buffet dinner, a DJ for dancing, announcing of senior awards, and passing out senior secrets. Only Eisenhower students are allowed to attend.
Buffet Selections: Choice of Chicken Parmesan, Cheese Tortellini in Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce, Garlic Herbed Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Broccoli, Simple Greens Salad, Fresh Fruit, and dinner roll.
Dessert: Chocolate Fondue Station and a variety of dessert bars.
Parking: Transportation to the event is NOT provided. Parking is available at the O'Donnell Parking Garage, cash only.
During the Art Show Parents, Students, Faculty, and Visitors were asked to vote for their single favorite work from each grade level. Votes were tallied and the top three vote getters in each grade receive recognition.
Winners listed below should stop in Room 126 to pick up their prize.
1st 2nd 3rd
Grade 7 Lucy Gillard Ava Pankowski Elsa Gazzo-Briquet
Grade 10 Kimberly Weber Jamie Schrom Jessica Miller
Grade 11 Kayla Juds Amelie Schulte Madison Ranta
Grade 12 Laura Olson Gina Viola Alex Norgel
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Posted 3/24/17)
The final chapter in Eisenhower’s “A Season of Family” concludes with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. While not biologically related, the spellers are connected by their desire to belong. What others may consider as different, the spellers are celebrated for their uniqueness at the bee. “At the bee, they seem better.” The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee promises to deliver high energy, a tear or two, and be a unique experience each night.
Don’t miss your chance to hear the wildest words spelled and sung at the same time! Will it be a simple word, such as sing, or something crazier like jocularity? Be part of the last chapter in a single weekend showing. Showing April 27, 28, 29 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, April 30th at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for seniors and students with a valid ID. All seating is reserved. Tickets are available for purchase via cash or check 45 minutes prior to each show at the box office window. Theater doors will open 30 minutes prior to each show. For specific accessibility accommodations, please call the Box Office at (262)789-6326.
Attention 2017 Seniors! NEW Scholarship Opportunity - Workshop May 4th (Optional)
We are excited to announce the 2017 Redefining Ready! National Scholarship sponsored by Hobson’s. Sixteen scholarships will be awarded to high school graduating seniors ranging from $1,000 to $5,000.
To apply for the scholarship, students must submit a 30-second video on Twitter that demonstrates college and career readiness. All seniors interested in applying are invited to a ‘open house’ style workshop from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4, where school/district staff will be on hand to provide examples and answer questions as students consider how to approach their 30-second video. This workshop will be held in Conference Rm E in the District Office.
Those who participate in the workshop are also invited to participate in the next installment of the district’s College and Career Readiness video series. Students who are willing to help with the district video are asked to dress appropriately (business casual) and will be asked to answer a few short questions on video.
Students who would like to attend the workshop on May 4th should fill out this quick 15 second google survey by Friday, April 28th, so that we can plan accordingly. SURVEY LINK.
Applicants are asked to connect specific learning experiences that they feel specifically contributed to their readiness to embark on the post-secondary plan they have developed to reach their personal, academic, social, and career goals. For example: success in college level coursework, participation in an internship/apprenticeship, success in career-related coursework, participation in clubs, sports, and school activities.
This scholarship is open to all seniors with plans to attend a university, technical college, and/or enter the military/workforce. Students are uniquely positioned to apply for this scholarship because of the District’s focus on Academic and Career Planning. Winners will be determined by an AASA-selected committee based on the 30-second video entry and a short written prompt. Unlike most scholarships, grade point and/or financial need are not specifically considered. Creativity counts, but so does honest, authentic and compelling content.
Our customer associates know what our customer wants and deliver it -- fast, accurate and with friendly service. We hear and sense customer needs and keep our manager and fellow team members informed. We take pride in every aspect of our work and perform it with energy and enthusiasm. We are strong team players, with a commitment to continuous learning, who provide quality service and products to our customers through true craftsmanship.
We offer our teams a place where we take care of you, your family and your community!
Flexibility in your work schedule.
Variety of health and related benefits.
A rewarding place to work that gives back to all.
KinderCare tuition discount.
Family tuition discounts with College for America.
Discounted meals during your shift.
Related to Career Clusters: Hospitality & Tourism
ICATT Registered Apprenticeship/Industrial Maintenance in Southeastern WI
Looking to have your college education paid for and get paid to work while you go to school?
Location: Southwestern WI
Timeline: start Summer 2017
Compensation: $9-$12/hour plus all paid tuition for Industry Consortium for Advanced Technical Training (ICATT)
Age or Certification Requirement: Age 18 and graduating.
Industry Consortium for Advanced Technical Training (ICATT) www.thinkicatt.com is accepting applications for apprentices for industrial maintenance technicians in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Do you enjoy building things, solving problems or discovering new things? Companies want to sponsor your training and education.
You do not have to have experience but you do have to have:
a high school diploma or GED by June 2017 be "college ready" with ACT scores 17 or above (other tests may be accepted and you can retake)
be motivated, willing to learn and demonstrate strong work ethic
you will be expected to attend classes 2 days a week and report to work for training 3 days a week to earn your associate's degree and journeyman's card
As an ICATT apprentice you will:
earn your associates degree debt free receive 5 years of guaranteed employment
earn $40,000-$65,000 after three years of fully sponsored training and education
earn paid wages at work and a stipend while in school
when you are finished continue in that field or support manufacturing in Wisconsin by moving up the ranks as an engineer, sales representative, plant manager, Human Resources personnel and more
Various Positions @ Spa Paw & Tail Pet Resort and Daycamp (Posted 4/27/17)
Location: 5055 S. Emmer Drive, New Berlin www.spapawandtail.com 262-784-7297
Timeline: Immediate openings for 3 different positions.
Age or Certification Requirement: Age 16
Dog Handler Duties:
Dog handler position with Spa Paw & Tail requires handler to be confident in an off leash setting of 25-30 dogs. Applicant will be trained on body language and first aid treatment. Applicant will modify behaviors, engage in play with dog as well as cleaning after them. This position is a very physical position and does require a great deal of cleaning. Scheduling does require evenings, weekends and some holidays.
Runner Position Duties:
The runner position at Spa Paw & Tail requires applicant to swiftly transport dogs from their parents to their assigned area or from assigned area to parents (depending on AM or PM shift). This position entails face to face client interactions, computer usage as well as cash handling. The runner position does entail multiple janitorial duties and scheduling requires evenings, weekends and some holidays. This is a very physical position.
House Keeper Duties:
Housekeeping at Spa Paw & Tail requires individual to perform multiple dog walks during any given shift, laundry and multiple janitorial duties including washing dishes. This position is a very physical position and scheduling requires evenings, weekends and some holidays
Administrative Assistant @ Roth Team/Shorewest Realtors, New Berlin (Posted 4/27/17)
Location: 3580 S. Moorland Rd., New Berlin rothteam.shorewest.com 262-798-9168
Timeline: start date 5/15/17
We are looking to fill a weekend administrative assistant for Real Estate Team.
typing up documents for sales staff,
setting up appointments
other general office duties
Contact: Sue Sprifke 262-798-9168 email@example.com
Related to Career Clusters: Business, Management & Administration
Customer Service/Print Software Support @ Graphicolor Printing (Posted 4/26/17)
Location: 5355 S. Moorland Rd., New Berlin
Age requirement: 17
Start Date: immediate
Job Description: We have a great opportunity for someone to obtain some experience in the printing industry. This position involves an individual working with our customer service team training on print software and learning to process online web orders.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to maintain a high-level of accuracy, organization and confidentiality.
Strong computer skills, which includes Excel.
This position requires great attention to detail with ability to multi-task in fast paced environment.
Contact: Barb Strader 262-827-9222 firstname.lastname@example.org
Related to Career Clusters: Hospitality and Tourism
Entry Level Screen Printer @ Geiger, Inc. Waukesha (Posted 4/26/17)
Location: 660 W. Sunset Drive, Waukesha 262-542-4856 www.geigerawards.com
Start Date: immediate
We currently have a job opening as a full-time, entry-level screen printer in our production department.
The candidate must be a June graduate. (Part-time employment will be arranged until graduation.)
Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment.
Work productively with a team.
Starting pay is $10.50 an hour with the opportunity for advancement.
SAZ's Festivals is looking for summer employees. If you or your friends enjoy working in a fun atmosphere, and enjoy the best of Milwaukee's Festivals (State Fair & more) we invite you to apply with us. We are looking for general kitchen help, bartenders, wait staff, cooks & more.
Location: multiple locations
Age requirement: 15 and older
Casting Call Dates: Saturday, April 29th and Saturday, May 6th from 9-11 @ Saz's State House, 5539 W. State St. Milwaukee
If you can't make the casting call times, please visit Saz's Website to fill out an application and drop it off at SAZ's.
Compensation: Based on performance, starting at minimum wage
Position End Date: Possible promotion for summer time into other roles depending on interests.
Age Requirement: 18
Hours: 40 hours/week
Qualifications: Valid driver's license, reliable transportation, and will require a drug testing.
Learn the Painting and Finishing Trade Empire Painting is a local painting and finishing business with a reputation for exceptional workmanship and service. Based in Delafield, we primarily serve high-end customers in Waukesha, Washington, and Walworth Counties. We're seeking upcoming high school graduates to join our professional team full-time and year-round. Empire offers training, above industry average compensation, opportunity for advancement, and more! Applicants need a willingness to learn, solid work ethic, tidy appearance, and the physical ability to work on ladders. Valid driver's license, dependable transportation, and drug test required. Interested? Email email@example.com for more information. Become a pro with Empire!
Related to Career Clusters: Architecture & Construction
All Positions - Buffalo Wild Wings (Posted 4/24/17)
Requirements: 16 yrs or older (must be 18 to cook)
Job duties would include: Willing to make money and have fun. Grow into a role of responsibility with the opportunity to make great pay. Learn a fast paced work environment while helping the wonderful guests who come hear to eat wings and watch sports. This will be as close to being paid to watch sports and eat wings as you're ever going to get.
Apply at: www.buffalowildwings.com/careers (choose the New Berlin location)
Related to Career Clusters: Hospitality & Tourism/Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
CNA @ LindenGrove Communities in Mukwonago, New Berlin, Waukesha + Menomonee Falls Campuses (Posted 04/24/17)
Locations are in: Mukwonago, New Berlin, Waukesha, and Menomonee Falls Campuses
Hours: Full + Part Time
Age or Certification Requirement: 16, C.N.A. certification
Job description: LindenGrove Mukwonago is looking for students (16 or older)to assist residents with their personal needs and care (activities of daily living). These individuals will work with the nursing team to provide care and treatment. The amount of assistance varies from minimal physical support by the nursing assistant to complete performance of cares. C.N.A. Certification required.
Job description: Works in the kitchen, pantry and resident dining rooms to prepare food trays for delivery to residents. Cleans dining rooms, pantry and kitchen including washing dishes, work areas and storage areas.
Essential Job Functions:
Dishes and serves food to residents according to residents diet cards, posted menus and spreadsheets, and other instructions to insure that modified diets and resident preferences are met.
Cleans, washes and sanitizes all utensils, dishes, carts and equipment after each meal or as needed.
Follow local, state and federal regulations as outlined in LindenGrove policies and procedure for resident care, infection control, food handling and equipment use.
Maintains confidentiality of all resident care information and assures resident rights are protected at all times.
Milwaukee County Lifeguards Corps. (MCLC) has a strong and rich history in the Greater Milwaukee area for more than 60 years. We offer our own specialized training for lifeguards, as well as instill qualities such as work ethic, responsibility, team work and respect. We also bring our formidable principals into our training for park workers at our facilities.
Related to Career Clusters: Government + Public Administration
Summer Tennis Instructor - City of New Berlin (Posted 4/24/17)
Location: 3805 S. Casper Drive, New Berlin www.newberlin.org
Job Description: Under the supervision of the Recreation Program Specialist, the Tennis Instructor is responsible for the instruction and supervision of participants in the program. The instructor will engage tennis athletes through demonstration and group instruction.
Responsible for class set-up and clean-up of tennis courts.
Responsible for instructing tennis lesson programs and tennis club.
Creates a class itinerary to engage and develop participant skill. Ensures a safe playing environment for participants.
Observes, enforces and explains all facility rules and regulations.
Answer parents questions/concerns before and after the program. Report problems or needs to management.
Report to work at least 15 minutes prior to class and stay until all participants have left.
Attend all in-service training programs and be aware of all facility procedures.
Communicate equipment and/or supply needs with management.
All other duties as may be assigned.
Position Requirements: Prior experience playing competitive tennis or coaching
Contact: Marcus Schweiger 262-797-2459 firstname.lastname@example.org
Related to Career Clusters: Job-Government + Public Administration
Our facility in Brookfield, WI produce small quantity special order round cutting tools using state-of-the-art multi-axis grinding machines designed and built by Guhring oHG in Germany. You will be trained on some of our machines include cylindrical grinding (both O.D. and centerless) and grinding complex point geometries using multi-axis CNC universal grinding equipment.
Position: Part-time 2nd shift. Must be able to work every other weekend and every other holiday.
Provides patients' personal hygiene by giving showers, whirlpool baths, shampoos, and shaves; assisting with oral care, dressing and elimination.
Provides for activities of daily living by assisting with serving meals, feeding patients as necessary; ambulating, turning, and positioning patients; providing fresh water and nourishment between meals.
Maintains patient stability by checking vital signs and weight; recording intake and output information.
Assists and activities at facility for life enrichment.
Provides resident comfort by utilizing resources and materials; transferring of residents using gait belt or mechanical lifts, answering residents' call lights and requests; reporting observations of the patient to nursing supervisor.
Job Pre-requisites/Requirements: High School Diploma or GED, valid driver's license
Job Description: SEASONAL LABORER Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry. Seasonal: May through August, weekdays and weekends, 1st and 2nd shifts. Must be 18 years of age or older and able to lift up to 50 pounds. Must be able to complete work assignments by working independently or without direct supervision.
Parks Maintenance: Performs all aspects of grounds maintenance including turf and plant material installation and maintenance, maintenance of athletic fields, set up and maintenance of playground equipment, flower maintenance and rubbish collection. All aspects of grounds maintenance and some familiarity with landscaping, operate power mowers, string trimmers, gas hedge shears, tractors, trucks and other green industry related equipment.
Construction: Use hand and power tools. Painting buildings and signs.
Assist in rubbish collection or other duties as assigned.
Buildings Maintenance: Performs buildings maintenance duties in the City"s buildings, parks or other properties to include but not limited to janitorial duties, painting, and general building maintenance. Use cleaning supplies to thoroughly clean restrooms and other park facility buildings. Cleaning and maintenance of restrooms, park shelters and other facilities. Opening and closing of park shelters. Operating vans, pickups.
Vehicle Maintenance: Assist the Mechanic in performing repairs to equipment/vehicles and performing scheduled preventative maintenance on equipment/vehicles. Knowledge of basic automotive maintenance and hand and power tools.
How to Apply: Applicants MUST complete a City of Waukesha seasonal application. Mail to City of Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry, 1900 Aviation Dr., Waukesha, WI 53188 or fax (262) 524-3713 by 4:00 pm, April 30, 2017. Application form available at http://www.ci.waukesha.wi.us/web/guest/hrforms or in Human Resources Department. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Related to Career Clusters: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, Government & Public Administration, Architecture & Construction
The School District of New Berlin does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of age, gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability. Federal law prohibits discrimination in education and employment on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, gender, religion, or disability. For more information, please follow this link: http://www.nbexcellence.org/district/disclaimers.cfm.