Join Our Team!

Neighborhood Housing is currently hiring for the following position:

  • Undergraduate student level – External Relations Student Assistant
    • Please reach out to Alyssa at nho-supervisor@uwm.edu with questions.
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  • Undergraduate student level – Marketing Specialist
    • Please reach out to Alyssa at nho-supervisor@uwm.edu with questions.
     Apply Now

 

External Relations Student Assistant Position Description

Required Experience and Qualifications: 

  • UWM Student enrolled in a minimum of 3 credits and maintain a 2.5 or higher semester and cumulative GPA 
  • Must live near UWM’s Kenwood campus and have renting experience  
  • Must be able to prioritize this job if holding more than one employment position, school is only exception. 
  • Utilize Adobe and Office 365 programs (Microsoft Word, Excel, Sharepoint, Onedrive, Onenote, Teams, etc.) 
  • This position requires staff to multitask, interpret, and utilize a constant, large amount of information in a fast-paced environment. 

Preferred Skills and Qualifications: 

Well-qualified candidates will possess excellent written and interpersonal communications skills and maintain effective working relationships with other campus departments and external constituents. The position requires strong organizational skills and the ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality. Preferably eligible for Work Study Financial Aid Award – Must have submitted a FAFSA. 

General duties: 

  • Promote NHO mission through general office support, customer service, and advisement on the rental process unique to UWM and renting related challenges 
  • Refer students, parents, and community constituents to appropriate campus and community resources such as Dean of Students, Department of Neighborhood Services, University Legal Clinic, College Pads, etc. 
  • Track all interactions, analyze data, and administer forms and surveys   
  • Perform outreach with UWM students in the neighborhood near campus at off-campus rentals 
  • Plan and support programs, initiatives, and events including but not limited to: Move-Out Festival, Housing Fair, Neighborhood Clean-Ups, tabling, orientation, presentations, sponsorships, etc. 
  • Staff external relations events (ex: Bucks, Brewers, Family Weekend) and perform other duties as assigned 

 

Marketing Specialist Position Description

Required Experience and Qualifications:

  • UWM Student enrolled in a minimum of 3 credits and maintain a 2.5 or higher semester and cumulative GPA 
  • Must live near UWM’s Kenwood campus and have renting experience  
  • Must be able to prioritize this job if holding more than one employment position, school is only exception. 
  • Utilize Adobe and Office 365 programs (Microsoft Word, Excel, Sharepoint, Onedrive, Onenote, Teams, etc.) 
  • This position requires staff to multitask, interpret, and utilize a constant, large amount of information in a fast-paced environment. 

Preferred Skills and Qualifications: 

Well-qualified candidates will possess excellent written and interpersonal communications skills and have the ability to maintain effective working relationships with other campus departments and external constituents.  The position requires strong organizational skills and the ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality. Well-qualified candidates will be able to interpret and utilize a constant, large amount of information in fast-paced environment. Preferably eligible for Work Study Financial Aid Award – Must have submitted a FAFSA. 

General duties: 

  • Coordinate sponsorship communication between the NHO and outside landlords and companies, including invoicing and receipts for sponsorships
  • Maintain the NHO website and ensure all content is strategic, updated, and in line with the NHO mission and UWM guidelines
  • Develop and implement, in conjunction with the rest of the team, plans for the development and improvement of the office’s marketing content and strategies
  • Promote mission of NHO and support rental education outreach through tabling, presentations, off-campus peer-to-peer follow-ups, and marketing initiatives.
  • Assist with External Relations initiatives, including but not limited to the Speakers Bureau, Panther Families Association, Neighborhood and Visitor Relations, and other special events (Summerfest, State Fair, Family Weekend, etc.)
  • Support, participate, coordinate planning, and execute NHO events and programming initiatives related to: UNITE, Fall Welcome, Neighborhood Clean-Up, Family Weekend, Homecoming, Preferred Tenant Program, Good Neighbor, NHO Week, Move-Out Festival, etc. This includes sponsorship solicitation.