Employment Opportunities

With more than 200 businesses located in Downtown Green Bay, a wide range of job openings become available throughout the year. See employment opportunities posted by businesses in the area listed below.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters / Fund Development + Special Events Assistant

This is an internship in which the individual serves as a support to the Director of Development to assist with maximizing fund development potential for Big Brothers Big Sisters in the Northeast Wisconsin region through research and administrative support.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Build and develop relationships with community and corporate leaders to cultivate and engage new and lapsed donors.
a. Research civic groups and community organizations
b. Assist with scheduling presentations
c. Occasionally, attend networking events with Director of Development
d. Support recruitment of Bigs

2. Coordinate meaningful donor recognition and stewardship, to develop a stronger relationship with the donor and to regularly communicate to deepen the relationship.
a. Help with researching and compiling successful donor engagement strategies
b. Help write thank you cards and other administrative tasks for stewardship
c. Help make phone calls and follow up with donors

3. Coordination of special events, small socials and outreach activities developed and supported by the Fundraising Committee.
a. Help build alumni/friends of the organization program
b. Assist with administrative tasks associated with the special event
c. Attend and participate in committee meetings
d. Call prospective sponsors and help with in-kind donation solicitation
e. Help with volunteer recruitment
f. Attend events and help with day-of event needs

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Seeking a degree in Public Administration, Nonprofit, Management, Business, or Communications preferred – or those seeking to gain experience in the nonprofit sector.
2. Excellent written & spoken communication and is willing to make phone calls.
3. Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
4. Positive, professional attitude and demeanor.
5. Superb organizational skills and exceptional attention to detail.
6. Valid driver’s license, good driving record and reliable transportation. Occasional travel is required and is almost entirely local in nature.
7. Preferred Skills/Background:
a. Demonstrated volunteer experience or campus involvement
b. Familiarity with Fund Development through experience, or coursework
c. Ability to present in front of others with passion and enthusiasm

Questions? Contact Brehanna Skaletski brehannas@bbbsnew.org if interested.


How To Apply
Email cover letter and resume to brehannas@bbbsnew.org
The Attic / Summer Farmers' Market Assistant

The Attic Books & Coffee are looking for summer/fall help for the Saturday Morning Farmers' Market on Washington Street! The right applicant is personable, energetic, and friendly. Job requirements include being able to lift/carry/push 50 lbs+; handling money; working in a fast-paced environment; and light cleaning. Markets take place every Saturday, May 25 through early October. Hours are 5:30 am - 2:30 pm. Pay is hourly wage plus tips.

Weekday availability preferred to be cross-trained on in-store shifts, but not required.

Job Type: Part-time/seasonal with likelihood of advancement.


How To Apply
Applications are available at The Attic located at 730 Bodart Street.
Captains Walk Winery / Tasting Room Associate

Want to have fun while making money in a professional job? We have openings for a part time and a full time Tasting Room Associate at our winery. Looking for energetic personalities who like to learn about wines and give great customer service.


How To Apply
Email the winery manager at don@captainswalkwinery.com, or call 920-431-9255.