Monday, March 19, 2018

Help Wanted: Forestry Intern

The Village is looking to hire a Forestry intern for the summer (total of 560 hours). The Forestry intern will assist support the functions of the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Director. The intern will also gain knowledge of basic governmental functions; and will be assigned to work on a WDNR Grant-Funded Project (tree inventory, resident education, policy and plan development and revision).

If you are interested in the position, the complete job description and information on how to apply can be found here.

Help Wanted: Seasonal Parks/Public Works Maintenance Positions Available

Seasonal Laborers assist regular staff from mid-May through mid-September as assigned by the Parks Forestry Foreman and/or the Operations Manager. This position provides general labor in support of the delivery of public services, including, but not limited to: maintenance of public streets, grounds, parks & recreational facilities, utilities and rights-of-way, and maintenance of vehicles and equipment. The hours generally worked by this position are weekdays 6:30 AM to 2:30 PM. This position may need to be available on weekends for short periods of time. Additional hours may be available prior to May 1 and after mid-September.

Additional information on the position and how to apply can be found here.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Village Seeking GIS/GPS Intern

The Village of Bellevue is seeking to hire a part-time, seasonal paid GIS/GPS Intern for the summer. This is a great opportunity to learn about municipal GIS and data management.

Position Summary
Under the general direction of the GIS/IT Manager; functions as the GIS/GPS Intern. The Intern will assist with the development, design, and data collection of municipal utility, land use, park, tree, facility, asset, etc. information.

The Intern in this position performs routine and entry level technical geographic information systems and global positioning systems work. Interns in this position generally are persons pursuing higher education and require internship experience as a supplement to formal course work, resume building, or a recent graduate seeking job experience.

No employee benefits are offered with this position. This is a sessional position totaling about 600    hours of work. The Intern hours are very flexible and must work the minimum 35‐40 hours per week, except during holiday weeks.

Qualifications Summary
Applicant must have an intermediate understanding of the use and operations of ESRI ArcGIS products pertaining to ArcPro, ArcMap, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Story Maps, ArcCatalog, geodatabases, and spatial extensions; familiar with Open Source QGIS (Not required, but helpful), GPS, laser rangefinder, large/small format scanners, the methods, techniques, and procedures used in the maintaining, editing, and production of geographic data and mapping.

Must be a College Junior or Senior level undergraduate student, or a first or second year graduate student, or a recent undergraduate/graduate student who majored in geographic information systems, civil technician (2 Year Program), urban planning, land conservation, or environmental science.

Please visit the Village of Bellevue’s at website: for more information.

How to Apply
The applicant for this position must submit a cover letter, resume, college courses completed pertaining to major, GPA, and fill a job application to:

Human Resource: GIS/GPS Intern
2828 Allouez Ave  
Bellevue, WI 54311

All material must be submitted no later than March 30, 2018.

Welcome to Bellevue Packet

If you are a new resident to the Village of Bellevue or thinking about coming to our community, the Welcome to Bellevue packet provides a summary of all the key services we provide to our residents.

We are proud of our community and the services we offer and want to share that information and make it as easy as possible for our residents to feel welcome and part of our community.

This information packet is typically updated annually and more up-to-date information may be available throughout our Village website. Still have questions after reviewing our welcome packet? Please see the Village staff directory for who to call or contact our Village Office, 2828 Allouez Ave., at (920) 468-5225. Citizen requests and comments can also always be provided via our website through our Citizen Request Form.