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Summer Intern

Company Name: Village of Butler

Location: 12621 W. Hampton Avenue, Butler, WI 53007

Timeline: Summer Only (posting 4/17/23)

Minimum Age Requirement: 16

Compensation: $12.00 per hour

Description: Looking for a fun, relaxed and rewarding environment? We have the perfect opportunity for you. The Village of Butler is digitizing our property records (files containing information on each property in the Village), and is in need of help scanning files for this project. Main responsibilities will be reviewing files for accuracy, organizing documents and scanning them into a web-based software. Supervision will be provided by the Village Administrator. Exposure to special projects in the Administration, Police and Public Works departments may occur. Join our team for this exciting summer position!

Hours: 40 Hours Per Week (Monday-Friday 7:00AM-3:30PM)

Qualifications: REQUIREMENTS: Must have a driver's license, have proficient knowledge of computers and related technology, be well organized, and can work well with others.

To Apply: Please fill out the provided form and return to Butler Village Hall. This can be done in-person, by mail, or by email to Village Administrator Kayla Thorpe at

Career Cluster: Government & Public Administration

Library Page II

Company Name: Menomonee Falls Public Library

Location: W156N8436 Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

Timeline: Immediate hire (posted on 1/14/23)

Minimum Age Requirement: Age 16

Compensation: $11.50 per hour

Description: Primary Function: The Page II performs tasks that support the Circulation Department of the Library including circulation desk duties, shelving, and regularly interacting with the public. Page IIs work an average of 14 hours per week, rotating every other Saturday from 8-5 and 2 to 3 4-hour evening shifts.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Sort and re-shelve library materials accurately according to library classification systems
  • Monitor shelves for neatness and correct shelving order; straighten, organize and dust shelves as needed
  • Locate and retrieve library materials
  • Direct inquiries from the public to the proper staff member/department
  • Maintain regular and reliable attendance
  • Circulation desk responsibilities:
  • check materials in and out
  • inform patrons of outstanding balances
  • tender fines
  • route materials to their designated location
  • process library card applications and maintain patron records in accordance with library policies and procedures
  • Handle other circulation desk functions, such as, make change for copier and answer the telephone
  • Other tasks as assigned

Hours: 14 Hours per Week; Page IIs work an average of 14 hours per week, rotating every other Saturday from 8-5 and 2 to 3 4-hour evening shifts

Qualifications: Must be 16 years old or above with a valid work permit (or ability to obtain one).

To Apply: Apply Here

Career Cluster: Government & Public Administration