Make it in Milwaukee

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 3:00 PM - 9:00 AM Milwaukee Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinFacebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedin
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Make it in Milwaukee

Make Connections – Make a Difference – Make your Mark

Apply to win an all-inclusive three-day adventure in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, brought to you by Aurora Health Care! The Make it in Milwaukee adventure will be one to remember!

Milwaukee is rolling out the red carpet for your journey May 29 – June 1, 2018.

  • VIP access to the best of what the city has to offer with a curated community all-access pass to:
  • Musical and art performances
  • Exclusive culinary experiences
  • Private meetings with city officials
  • Tours of Milwaukee’s small businesses, entrepreneurs and underground culture
  • Live band bruncheon with executives of Aurora Health Care
  • Private tours with executives of Aurora’s world-class facilities and programs
  • Interview for your dream job with the state of Wisconsin’s largest employer, Aurora Health Care
  • Life-changing adventure with 25 of your newest friends

Check out this video from the 2017 class of Make it in Milwaukee participants! 

Past Program Photos

Aurora Health Care

Aurora Health Care is a community-owned, not-for-profit integrated Wisconsin health care system with 15 hospitals, more than 150 clinics and 33,000 employees. We have positions in almost every career discipline and significant opportunities for career growth and professional development.

Aurora has been named national top workplace multiple years in a row by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Top Workplaces list. It’s important to know that, while we are a health care organization, our span of careers is large and our career opportunities are not limited to the clinical side. Whatever your interest, we have a career for you. For additional information about our organization and our careers, visit us online: www.aurorahealthcare.org or http://www.aurorahealthcarecareers.org/default.aspx

At Aurora, our caregivers are our most valued asset. We recognize that a key driver of our success is having a culture that embraces diversity and inclusion. From our CEO to our executive leadership and board of directors, we promote diversity throughout our corporate structure. We have made great strides in our diverse representation across the organization, our emersion in diversity and inclusion education, our pledge to eliminate health care disparities, our collaboration with diverse organizations and our investment in the pipeline of diverse talent. We aspire to have a diverse and engaged workforce devoted to our purpose of helping people live well, and we know that to get the most talented individuals at Aurora, we have to showcase our great organization and the city of Milwaukee. We look forward to sharing more about Aurora and providing an opportunity for you to explore career opportunities after graduation through the Make it in Milwaukee adventure!

Application

Any college junior or senior is welcome to apply for the Make it in Milwaukee adventure. Special preference will be made for students specializing in the following focus areas: information technology, finance, nursing, medical technology and physical therapy.

Application Deadline: April 13, 2018

Open Jobs

At Aurora Health Care our purpose is to help people live well. To do that we celebrate our differences and nurture an environment where everyone feels included. Why?

We know that when we reflect the communities we serve, when we embrace differences and bring our whole selves to work every day, we are working as one to build a healthier tomorrow for everyone. We believe the passion, talent and individual life experiences of each and every caregiver is what enable us to provide exceptional care for those who depend on us most. When we celebrate each other for who we are, truly understand and connect with the people and families we serve, only then can we be an organization that helps people live well. We are committed to providing the tools and resources caregivers need to excel in doing what they do best – helping people of all ages live healthier, fuller lives. No matter where you may wish to work, Aurora Health Care is sure to offer an opportunity that will meet your goals.


Finance

Financial Analyst Associate
Coordinates and develops data required for budgeting, cost accounting, and financial projections for Aurora Health Care and affiliates. Provides operational support for financial planning reporting software including, General Ledger, Billing, and other software that may be added. Possesses a thorough knowledge of organizational structure.

Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Finance or related field

Experience Required: Typically requires 1 year of experience in finance and/or accounting.

Financial Analyst
Prepares and monitors information required for budgeting, cost accounting and financial analyses for assigned entities. Analyst could be involved with hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, home health, corporate or other Aurora affiliates.

Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Finance or related field

Experience Required: Typically requires 1-3 years of experience in finance and/or accounting.


Information Technology

Data Network Specialist Associate
Perform basic technical assignments in the recommendation, design, installation and support of new and existing desktop, hand-held and mobile computing equipment and software. Provide basic local area network (LAN) equipment support.

Education Required: Associate’s Degree in Information Technology or related field.

Experience Required: No experience required

IT Data Control Support Specialist Associate
Provides technical triage, support and resolution to simple to moderate technical issues to ensure the availability and efficiency of data center operations. Interacts with network engineers, infrastructure engineers, software system engineers, application development, security, vendor and facilities technicians to restore services.

Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent knowledge) in Information Technology or related field.

Experience Required: No experience required

Business Systems Analyst
Configures, implements, supports and maintains applications, solutions, and business processes to meet the operational and technical needs of the organization. Serves as a liaison between clinical operations, internal information technology, system users and vendors, and acts as a consultant on moderately complex issues related to the application. Ensures effective systems operations by monitoring applications and providing user support. Assists in the business process redesign and documentation as needed for new technology.

Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field.

Experience Required: Typically requires 1-3 years of experience in information technology, applications and related business experience that includes end user experience, functioning as the interface between operational and technical experts, providing operational support for systems, and analyzing business processes.


Nursing

Graduate Nurse
Under direct supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), performs the nursing process to deliver safe, therapeutic, quality patient care through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.

Education Required: Associate’s Degree in Nursing

Experience Required: No experience required.

Registered Nurse
Performs the nursing process, guided by policies, procedures and standards to deliver safe, therapeutic, quality patient care through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Builds a knowledge base through practice and are most comfortable in a task environment. Describes a clinical situation from a viewpoint of what they need to do rather than relating the context of the situation of patient responses.

Education Required: Associate’s Degree in Nursing

Experience Required: No experience required.


Medical Technology

Medical Lab Technician
Performs clinical laboratory testing of biological specimens in any/all specialty areas using manual or automated techniques. Uses independent judgment and cognitive skills to develop data, which may be used by the physician in determining the presence and extent of disease.

Education Required: Associate’s Degree in Clinical Lab Technician or related field.

Experience Required:No experience required

Medical Technologist
Performs clinical laboratory testing of biological specimens in any/all specialty areas using manual or automated techniques. Uses independent judgment and cognitive skills to develop data, which may be used by the physician in determining the presence and extent of disease.

Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, or Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology or related field.

Experience Required: No experience required


Physical Therapy

Physical Therapist
Evaluates and executes appropriate treatment for patients within spectrum of care with emphasis on quality of care, continuity of services, and cost-effectiveness. Provides medically prescribed physical therapy and establishes a plan of care for patients.

Licensure, Registration and/or Certification Required:
Physical Therapist license issued by the state of Wisconsin, and Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers certification issued by the American Heart Association (AHA). May obtain within 6 months based on department discretion.

Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy & Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy

Experience Required: No experience required

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Make it in Milwaukee adventure include?
Everything! Our travel coordinators will plan and book your travel, hotel accommodations and all of the activities for your three-day adventure. This includes your meals, in-city transportation and programming.

Are there additional costs I should plan for?
You should not expect to have additional costs for your adventure, unless you’re dying to bring home a Milwaukee-themed souvenir!

How do I get to Milwaukee?
Depending on the location of your school, you will arrive via plane or bus. Our travel coordinators will make arrangements based on your specific needs.

Where will I stay while I’m in Milwaukee?
You will be staying in the heart of Milwaukee’s downtown.

What should I plan to pack?
The adventure grants you access to the senior leadership of Aurora Health Care and the city of Milwaukee. We suggest you dress in business wear during the day, but wear comfortable shoes. At night, you are welcome to change into something more comfortable for the excursions. June weather in Milwaukee typically brings us low 70’s during the day and low 60’s at night.

Can you accommodate for diet restrictions?
Yes, please let your travel coordinator know if you have special food accommodations.

Am I guaranteed a job at Aurora Health Care?
While we do not guarantee jobs, the current openings mentioned above are for positions in which we regularly have openings, and we will conduct interviews for those positions during your visit to Aurora. Special preference will be made for students specializing in the following focus areas: information technology, finance, nursing, medical technology and physical therapy.

Contact Information

For more information about the Make it in Milwaukee adventure, please contact:

NEWaukee
Email: contact@newaukee.com
Phone: 414-273-1386
Address: 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue #16 Milwaukee, WI 53203