Monday, December 31, 2007

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

From me and workmates!

Don't send a lame Holiday eCard. Try JibJab Sendables!

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Automotive F&I (Finance & Insurance) Representative Jobs in New Richmond, WI

Requirements
High school diploma or the equivalent; degree or commensurate experience in finance; knowledge of dealership finance and insurance procedures; computer knowledge preferred; excellent communication skills. All applicants must be able to pass pre-employment testing.

Find Jobs - Automotive F&I (Finance & Insurance) Representative Jobs in New Richmond, WI

Engineering Manager Jobs in Menomonie, WI

Requirements
The ideal candidate will have a 7+ year engineering background, program management experience, people management experience, excellent communication skills, high energy, proven record of delivering results, strong team building skills and the ability to energize and motivate a team.

Education: BS in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering (prefer MS Engineering) Experience: 7 years engineering experience (strong technical)

Find Jobs - Engineering Manager Jobs in Menomonie, WI

Physical Therapist (PT) / Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) Jobs in Baldwin, WI

Physical Therapist


Requirements:

* B.S. or Master’s degree (M.A.) in Physical Therapy from an accredited School of Physical Therapy.
* Current Wisconsin license, or eligible for WI license.
* Computer literate with knowledge of Windows Software.
* Manual therapy and/or aquatic background a plus.




Physical Therapist Assistant


Requirements:

* Associate's degree in Physical Therapy Assistant from an accredited PTA school.
* Current Wisconsin license, or eligible for WI license.
* Computer literate with knowledge of Windows Software.
* Manual therapy and/or aquatic background a plus.

Find Jobs - Physical Therapist (PT) / Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) Jobs in Twin Cities Metro / Western Wisconsin, WI

Saturday, December 22, 2007

Alert! Divorce hurts men worse then women!

This may come as startling news to a public that has been led to believe that women are the ones who suffer financially postdivorce, not men. But the data show otherwise, according to an exhaustive study of the subject by Sanford L. Braver, a professor of psychology at Arizona State University and author of Divorced Dads: Shattering the Myths. “The man is in a lot poorer condition than the popular media portray,” he says. “This idea of the swinging, happy-go-lucky, no-worries single guy in a bar…that’s just not it at all.” The misconception was fueled by Harvard professor Lenore Weitzman’s widely cited book, The Divorce Revolution: The Unexpected Social and Economic Consequences for Women and Children in America.

Weitzman’s 1985 tome claimed that postdivorce women and children suffer on average a 73 percent drop in their standard of living, while the divorced men’s standard of living increased by 42 percent. Years later, Weitzman acknowledged a math error; the actual difference was 27 percent and 10 percent, respectively. But Braver says even that figure is based on severely flawed calculations. Weitzman and other social scientists ignored men’s expenses—the tab for replacing everything from the bed to the TV to the house—as well as the routine costs of helping to raise the children, beyond child support. Even the tax code favors women: Not only is child support not tax deductible for fathers, but a custodial mother can take a $1,000 per child tax credit; the father cannot, even if he’s paying. As “head of the household,” the mother gets a lower tax rate and can claim the children as exemptions. If the ex-wife remarries, she is still entitled to child support, even if she marries a billionaire. Indeed, every year men are actually thrown in jail for failing to meet their child-support obligations. In the state of Michigan alone, nearly 3,000 men were locked up for that offense in 2005.


Click here to finish reading this very important story

Reboots DaMachina!: Polk County tax statements WRONG!

Reboots DaMachina!: Polk County tax statements WRONG!

Have you seen my stuff? Buy my stuff!

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Northwest Wisconsin's Online Newspaper!

When the first 16-page issue of the Inter-County Leader rolled off the presses in the early morning hours of November 2, 1933, the headlines across the front page read "Farmers' Strike Called Off Temporarily." Those words were very significant of the times in which the paper came into being, and perhaps of the background for organizational efforts to produce this new newspaper.

The fact that farmers were organizing a nationwide strike to hold all farm produce off the market was some indication of troublesome times which were common throughout the nation during the Great Depression.

By November 1933 - with help from $5 from each interested farmer - the Leader was born.

Some of the original organizers were members of the Polk County Farmers Holiday Association, the principal promoter for the farm strike called in the fall of 1933. Included were D.D. Kennedy, president of the Polk County Holiday Association; George An Nelson of Milltown; Herb Mittelsdorf of Farmington; J.W. Hanson of Luck; J.W. Bosley of Beaver; F.W. Wiese of Eureka; Ed McKenzie of Balsam Lake; and Marius Dueholm of Bone Lake.

Many Farmers Union members were also involved in both the Farm Holiday movement and the development of the Leader.

The Inter-County Leader is a weekly newspaper published each Wednesday at Frederic, Wis. It is a cooperative-owned newspaper operated by the Inter-County Cooperative Publishing Association

Monday, December 10, 2007

Quality Assurance - Nuclear - Hudson, WI

Minimum Requirements:

Associate's degree from a two-year college or technical school required. 5 yrs Nuclear Power Plant (2-3 yrs at Assessor level)is preferred. Project Experience preferred. Strong understanding of 10CFR50 , Appendix B, ASME NQA-1, 10CFR21 and EPRI 5652; Manufacturing and Fabrication oversight experience is desired. Basic knowledge Special Processes (Welding, NDE, etc)is desired.
Selection criteria may include testing and/or assessment.



Quality Assurance Assessor - Projects - Nuclear job in Hudson, WI: Other and Technology careers - Yahoo HotJobs

Saturday, December 8, 2007

I don't want America to end up like Nazi Germany!

A report in the New York Times reveals that the FCC is moving forward with a secret timeline to vote on sweeping changes to media ownership rules. This is just the most recent in a long series of FCC moves to avoid public scrutiny.

I strongly urge you to call for Congressional oversight hearings on media ownership. Media is a life-and-death issue for me and my community, and the FCC has not done enough to study the impact that more consolidation would have on diversity, localism, and competition. The FCC is poised to make the same mistake it made in 2003, when it ignored unprecedented public outcry, and had to be reined in by the courts.

Help hold the FCC accountable. Please call immediately for oversight hearings on media ownership.

Stop Big Media - Take Action: Tell Congress to Stop Big Media

Design Architect - Menomonie, WI

Responsibilities of this position include working with clients in completing feasibility studies involving assembly program information and schematic designs.

Strengths in assembling creative, practical, buildable, common-sense designs with an artistic flare are essential, as well as the ability to produce CAD-generated colored renderings which sell the project to the client.

You should also have experience working with the planning, zoning and permitting process. Knowledge of available building materials along with the various construction types and methods is important, and the ability to efficiently assemble a complete set of construction documents as a team is essential.

Working successfully with contractors as partners through the design and construction process is required.


Express Personnel Services

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Quality Inspector - Baldwin, WI

Duties and Responsibilities of the Job:

Perform in-coming and in-process inspection. Perform 1st article inspection. Perform final and ship/pack inspection. Analyze and document production testing. Read and interpret blueprints. Operate Coordinate measuring machine (CMM).

JobNet Jobs Detail

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Xcel Energy Meter Reader Temp - Amery, WI

Work Site of Job:Polk County
Public Transportation:No
Pay:$16.48 Per Hour
Duration/Hours Per Week: Full-Time, 40 Hours Per Week Minimum



Hours worked will be during the normal business day and occasionally on Saturday as needed.
Shift/Work Days:First and Mornings Shift.
Monday through Friday.
Number of Openings:1


JobNet Jobs Detail

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Compliance Reimburse Chargemaster - Baldwin, WI

B.S. in Business w/ 3-5 years experience in a position with hospital based revenue cycle and / or chargemaster maintenance principles. Not less than two years experience as a compliance officer is preferred.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Job:

Individual to perform duties of Compliance, Reimbursement and Chargemaster Analyst for critical access hospital and provider-based rural health clinic located in west central Wisconsin. Position will serve as the Compliance Officer and will facilitate processes necessary to assure compliance with changing regulatory and payer requirements specific to reimbursement and charge master management. Position will provide direction and coordination of payer contract reviews and will facilitate Medicare & Medicaid cost reporting.

JobNet Jobs Detail