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Nanny Needed For 1 Year Old Child In Oak Creek
Sweet 1-year-old girl looking for a nanny to come to our home 1-2 days a week, flexible on days and hours. Our ideal caregiver: College student, focus on early children education. Looking for a caregiver for my 1-year-old daughter. Flexible start date. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org/ 414-430-7005.
After School Care
Assistance needed: We are looking for someone to be home when the kids get off the bus. Also, to give the kids a snack and do homework and reading with them. Hours would be 3:15-5 M and W, 3:15-6, T and Friday and Thursday off. Pay would be $150 per week.
We are looking for applicants to begin Sept. 3rd and we will conduct a background check for all applicants. References of previous childcare experience would be great! If interested please contact Lisa at 414-651-1077 or email@example.com.
Part-Time, Morning Glory Gallery at Marcus Performing Arts Center
The Morning Glory Gallery, inside the lobby of the Marcus Performing Arts Center in downtown Milwaukee, seeks a part-time paid sales associate to start training this summer, with responsibilities to start in September.
We are looking for an energetic person who loves the arts and enjoys talking with a variety of people. Work 12-18 varied hours per month, primarily nights and weekends: make sales, keep gallery well stocked, check in and price new work, and balance daily sales report.
If you have some retail experience and love the arts, this job is for you! Work in the world-class Marcus Center surrounded by beautiful art and like-minded professionals!
Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org (no phone calls will be accepted). Interviews will be scheduled as soon as possible.
Part-Time, Retail Chocolate Sales, Kehr's Kandies
Looking for part-time or student-flexible hours! Above average starting wage for retail position. Ask for an application for Kehr's Kandies at the Milwaukee Public Market or email your resume to email@example.com.
After School Care, 11-year-old in Bayview
We are looking for someone to pick our 11 year old son from school in Bay View a few days per week during the school year. His schedule may vary from month to month depending on activities, and we are flexible about which days might work best for you.
Preferred days per week: Monday – Wednesday, beginning September 3, 2019
Hours: 2:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Assistance needed: Pick him up from school and return to our home, one mile from school. This can be done via car or walking from school to our home. Facilitate homework and reading with potential for light math tutoring.
Perks: We are flexible. Our son is easy to be around and enjoys any physical activity such as basketball at the park or throwing around a baseball.
Hourly rate: $12 per hour plus mileage reimbursement for driving our son.
INTERESTED? CALL AMY AT (414) 731-1964.
Looking for 3-5 catechist to assist in teaching youth formation at Gesu Parish. The only requirement is that you are Catholic, and preferably confirmed (not a big deal if not). The commitment is Sunday mornings 10:00am – 12:15 (tentative calendar is below) This is a great opportunity to developing teaching and communication skills!
If interested, please contact:
Jerri A. von den Bosch
Office Phone: 414-288-7412
2019-2020 Class Calendar
*Unless stated otherwise all class sessions will be held in the Gesu Parish Center on Sunday’s from10:00- 11:45 a.m.
September (Theme: Learning together)
15th (Family Orientation Session in Fr. Herian Hall in the Parish Center.
Please plan on first attending the 9:00 a.m. parish Mass)
29th Teaching Mass at Holy Family Chapel on Marquette University’s Campus (main floor, Alumni Memorial Union, Marquette University, 1442 W. Wisconsin Ave). Fr. Chris Krall will preside. Families are invited to attend. A teaching Mass explains the various parts of the Mass and gives an opportunity afterwards to ask questions in a non-judgmental atmosphere.
October (Theme: Prayer)
6th Traditional and Active Prayer in our lives. Class in Fr. Herian Hall in the Parish Center.
27th Faith Forum: Homelessness in MKE. Parents are invited as well!
November (Theme: Homelessness/poverty in our world)
10th Class in Fr. Herian Hall in the Parish Center.
24th Class in Fr. Herian Hall in the Parish Center. Family Advent Workshop. Parents are invited to join
December (Theme: Global Consumption)
8th Class in Fr. Herian Hall in the Parish Center.
*Only one class this month so you have time to enjoy your holiday—Merry Christmas
January (Theme: Faith traditions Ecumenical and Interreligious)
February (Theme: Racism)
March (Theme: Bullying)
April (Theme: Care for Creation)
The Confirmation Mass will be held at the Three Holy Women on Sunday, May 3, 2020 beginning at 2:00 with Bishop Jerome Listecki presiding. More information to come!
Supervised Visitation Worker, Milwaukee, WI (and surrounding areas)
Responsible for providing supervision for children and families as well as managing the details of the visitation schedule, supporting the family in attending visits that will include providing transportation using the workers’ personal vehicle as needed. A flexible schedule based on the families’ needs is a must with hours anticipated to include evenings and weekends!
Submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Elementary After School Camp Staff
Elementary After School Camp Staff, Milwaukee College Prep 38th Street
We are a K4-8th grade school that offers a "camp" program to our students after school each day from 3:30-5:30pm during the school year (School year begins Aug 27th). We are looking to hire college students studying education to become a teacher. The job responsibilities include the following:
Manage a classroom of 15-25 students
Assist with daily homework
Prepare and execute a daily activity for once homework is complete
Make sure the classroom is cleaned up at the end of camp
Keep students safe and engaged in a fun learning environment
The pay is $10-$13 an hour depending on experience. It is a great way to gain some classroom experience, build the resume, and a potential foot in the door to teach at a 5-star school. We hire lots of our camp staff to be educational assistants and teachers at our school.
Anyone who is interested should send their resume and interest letter to email@example.com.