Employment & Volunteer Opportunities

With more than 200 businesses located in downtown Green Bay, a wide range of job openings become available throughout the year, as well as volunteer opportunities for community and nonprofit organizations. See employment and volunteer opportunities posted by local organizations in the area listed below.

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On Broadway, Inc #trashtags:  

The third Monday of every month On Broadway invites the community to come together to keep our streets clean! We span the entire Broadway District and pick up trash. This event is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors, help the environment and get your steps in!  Sign up here!

 

Administrative Manager for Downtown Green Bay Inc.

We are growing our team.
This position is the center of operations for our our lively downtown organization. The Administrative Manager is responsible for financial management and administrative tasks associated with downtown events, development, and promotion.

Reporting Status: Position reports to the Executive Director Downtown Green Bay and Olde Main Street, Inc. Compensation & Hours: 40 hours per week, full time benefits, Hourly pay $20-22/hour commensurate with experience.

Description: The Administrative Manager is responsible for performing a variety of financial and administrative duties. They will maintain accurate records and are required to always remain compliant with all laws and company policies. This means our financial administrator will have high ethics, integrity, and accountability.

Responsibilities Include:

Accounting:

  • Manages all administrative aspects of the districts, including record keeping, overseeing accounting, and accts. receivable & payable.

  • Prepare reports as needed.

  • Oversight of budgeting process

  • Board financial reporter

  • Audit Planning & Execution

Administrative:

  • Answer & direct info@email, main calls, walk-ins

  • Human Resources-Set up new employees, payroll, record keeping

  • State/City License/Regulatory Filings

  • Attend Board/Exec/BID Board meetings, manage meeting notices & minutes, follow up, coordination

  • Oversee and maintain Data Management Program

  • Event support as needed

Desired Skills & Characteristics:

  • Proficient in QuickBooks, financial reporting, and Microsoft Office (Microsoft, Excel, Outlook etc.)

  • Strong verbal and communication skills necessary. Highly organized, detail oriented, self-initiator and able to maintain poised under pressure. Handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.

  • Work well in team and individual settings.

  • Two-year minimum experience in accounting and or administrative support role.


How To Apply
If interested in applying for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to info@downtowngreenbay.com by June 10, 2022.
Adopt-A-Block Cleanliness Program

Help us clean up the downtown districts - one block at a time!

PROGRAM MISSION

This program seeks to engage area businesses and citizens in the upkeep and beautification of their downtown.

PROGRAM GOALS

  • Create a more beautiful, welcoming Downtown with clean streets, tidy sidewalks, and well-maintained green spaces.
  • Create a sense of Downtown pride and ownership amongst our participants.
  • Foster a culture of volunteerism and community engagement.
  • Encourage downtown businesses to effectively maintain their storefronts and properties.

YOUR COMMITMENT

  • We ask for a one-year minimum commitment to keep your block clear of debris, litter, and weeds.
  • Track clean-up efforts with photos and forms provided by Downtown Green Bay, Inc. (DGBI) & Olde Main Street, Inc. (OMSI).
  • Represent your team and the organizations with pride and positivity.

Interest Form

Adopt-A-Block Manual

See Available Blocks

Adopt-A-Block Participants


How To Apply
Please fill out the interest form and contact info@downtowngreenbay.com if you have any questions.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin / Finance & Development Specialist

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin is seeking a motivated professional to fill our part-time (28 hours per week) Finance & Development Specialist position.

The Finance & Development Specialist supports the Director of Operations in operational and administrative functions including finance, office management, human resources, benefit administration, and fund development.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Supports Director of Operations by performing accounting, data entry, HR and office management functions.
• Maintains donor records including data entry in CRM system and online fundraising platforms.
• Supports the Director of Operations and Development Director to accomplish the organization’s revenue goals; assists in the planning, participation and execution of special fundraising events; prepares and submits reports for funding sources; attends meetings as necessary.
• Responsible for donor invoicing.
• Compiles and maintains records, statistical information, reports and mailing lists.
• Performs letter composition, mailing, duplicating, printing, filing, copying projects, word processing and data entry responsibilities necessary to the administration of the Agency and its programs.
• Prepares materials including, but not limited to correspondence, notices, minutes, mailings and presentations as requested.

REQUIREMENTS/EXPERIENCE:
• Minimum of High School diploma or equivalent required. Associate’s degree in accounting, office administration preferred.
• Two years of professional office experience and customer service.
• All candidates must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license to be considered for this opportunity.

SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE:
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Proficiency in technical areas such as Microsoft Office; including Word, Outlook, Excel; CRM and online fundraising platforms.
• Ability to focus on details.
• Ability to collect meaningful data and draw solid conclusions.
• Strong organizational and time management skills.
• Ability to relate well in multicultural environments.


How To Apply
To apply, send cover letter with resume to:
Director of Operations
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin
520 N. Broadway Suite 220
Green Bay, WI 54303
joycea@bbbsnew.org
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin / Finance & Development Specialist

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin is a donor and volunteer supported nonprofit organization that has been professionally matching area youth with volunteer mentors since 1972.
We are seeking a motivated professional to fill our part-time (28 hours per week) Finance & Development Specialist position.

The Finance & Development Specialist supports the Director of Operations in operational and administrative functions including finance, office management, human resources, benefit administration, and fund development.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Supports Director of Operations by performing HR, accounting and office management functions.
• Maintains donor records including data entry in CRM system and online fundraising platforms.
• Supports the Director of Operations and Development Director to accomplish the organization’s revenue goals; assists in the planning, participation and execution of special fundraising events; prepares and submits reports for funding sources; attends meetings as necessary.
• Responsible for donor invoicing.
• Compiles and maintains records, statistical information, reports and mailing lists.
• Performs letter composition, mailing, duplicating, printing, filing, copying projects, word processing and data entry responsibilities necessary to the administration of the Agency and its programs.
• Prepares materials including, but not limited to correspondence, notices, minutes, mailings and presentations as requested.
• Attends Agency functions as required.
REQUIREMENTS/EXPERIENCE:
• Minimum of High School diploma or equivalent required. Associate’s degree in accounting, office administration preferred.
• Two years of professional office experience and customer service.
• All candidates must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license to be considered for this opportunity.

SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE:
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Proficiency in technical areas such as Microsoft Office; including Word, Outlook, Excel;
CRM and online fundraising platforms.
• Ability to focus on details.
• Ability to collect meaningful data and draw solid conclusions.
• Strong organizational and time management skills.
• Ability to relate well in multicultural environments.
• Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines.
• Ability to effectively collaborate with other staff in a team-oriented environment.


How To Apply
To apply, send cover letter with resume to:
Director of Operations
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Wisconsin
520 N. Broadway Suite 220
Green Bay, WI 54303
joycea@bbbsnew.org