We’re searching for the right Web Developer – who has the skills and drive and is looking for an outlet for all that talent – to help us develop, design and maintain our website, wisbar.org, a premier resource of information for Wisconsin’s legal community and the public. You’ll work closely with our web team providing the coding, programming and testing needed to keep our site fresh and functioning into the future.
Major responsibilities include:
- Development and design of SharePoint business features and solutions using Microsoft .NET development
- Research, recommend and deploy web technologies for integrating non-SharePoint related services into SharePoint and eCommerce applications to support interactivity and enhance functionality
- Develop, modify and maintain customized applications and data structures
- Work across departments to review requirements, deliverables, and project deadlines for business system applications and tools
- Maintain standards for maintenance and security that ensure system uptimes and data integrity for the organization’s enterprise application systems and websites
Skills you will need coming in:
- ASP.Net (C#), SQL development
- Experience with various web authoring and design tools
- Sharp analytical and problem-avoidance know-how
- Ability to communicate your great ideas effectively
- Ability to lead the complete software development lifecycle
- 2 years experience is desired, but we will consider recent college grads who have a solid understanding of developing websites and applications
Other skills that will help you land the job:
- SharePoint experience
- eCommerce experience
This is a full-time, salaried position located in our Madison, WI office. We offer a business casual work environment with “Casual Mondays”, competitive salaries, and a generous benefit package. If this position sounds right to you – we want to hear from you!
To apply, upload your resume and cover letter, including URLs and coding examples of your work along with salary requirements.
Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.
We are in search of a skilled, compassionate and highly motivated behavioral health professional to provide program support for the Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program (WisLAP), a confidential peer-to-peer mentoring service for State Bar members coping with problems related to the stress of practicing law. This position will work side by side with the WisLAP Manager to evaluate legal professionals, refer for services, operate the monitoring program, recruit and train volunteers, and develop prevention programming.
Key responsibilities include:
- Respond to calls that come in via the WisLAP helpline; provide assessment, information, and/or referrals to callers
- Support the monitoring program to insure timely and accurate intake, follow-up and coordination of services and reporting
- Maintain a working knowledge of, and establish relationships with, state and national treatment providers and facilities to continually build a network of referral resources
- Support and assist in the training of a network of volunteers to assist in interventions, serve as local contacts for those seeking LAP assistance, and serve as recovery mentors
- Develop and deliver adult education programs and materials on the topics of mental health disorders and addictive behaviors, stress management, and work/life balance as they relate to the practice of law.
- Represent the State Bar and WisLAP program as appropriate through presentations, written articles, and general participation in program events
The ideal candidate will hold a 4-year degree in psychology, counseling, social work, or related field and current license/certification in the State of Wisconsin or be eligible for such licensure. A minimum of 3 years’ experience working in the field of addictions and mental health with a focus on assessment, referral, support, intervention, and case management is required. Masters degree and/or J.D. desired.
Interested candidates should upload their resume and cover letter, along with salary expectations, by October 25.
Equal Opportunity Employer