Wisconsin Union unites the university’s social and academic lives,
fostering the personal growth and relationships that are at the
heart of a great education. The Wisconsin Union operates two
buildings on the UW-Madison campus, the Memorial Union and Union
South. Approximately 15,000 people use the Union buildings each day.
The Wisconsin Union is a financially self-supporting
division of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Financial support
for the organization is provided by income earned by sixteen food
service units, twelve non-food units (stores, bowling, billiards,
guest rooms, etc.), space rentals and campus vending. Substantial
support is also provided by student fees. The total annual
organizational budget is approximately 43 million
For more information, please see our website:
This position performs journeyman Carpenter worker duties under
the supervision of the Building and Grounds Supervisor for the
Wisconsin Union. These duties include, but are not limited to:
maintenance and repair of facilities; remodeling, including
demolition and reconstruction of structures; and shop work.
For a full position description please visit; http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/WebListing/Classified/PDDetail.aspx?vacid=86640&title=76260
Special Notes: A criminal background check
will be conducted on all finalists prior to an offer of hire.
For UW-Madison Campus safety information and crime
statistics/annual Security Report, see http://www.safeu.wisc.edu/ or
call the Dean of Students office at (608) 263-5700 for a paper
Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Thorough
knowledge of the materials used for fabrication; thorough knowledge
of the applications, methods and procedures for all types of joinery
for shop work, thorough knowledge of fasteners, hardware, glues and
adhesives for joinery and fabrication; ability to follow all safety
procedures; knowledge of all methods, procedures, practices and
tools of the Carpenter trade; ability to read and interpret
blueprints, drawing, sketches, schematics and written
specifications; knowledge of State and local building codes and life
safety codes; ability to work independently.
How to Apply:
To apply, please submit the Application for State Employment form
(OSER-MRS-38), and current resume and special
application/examination materials, which can be downloaded at http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/COB/CurrentUWEmployment.html
Please email, fax, or mail resume and completed application
materials to Zack Sowieja, Wisconsin Union Human Resources
Mail: Wisconsin Union Human Resources, 800 Langdon Street Room
4320, Madison, WI 53706
If you woud like to have materials mailed to you, please contact,
Wisconsin Union HR at 608-263-5596.
DEADLINE DATE: Completed application and exam
materials must be received in office no later than 4:30pm, Friday,
March 22, 2013. Materials will be reviewed and the most
qualified applicants wil be invited to participate in the next
step of the selection process.