Employment Opportunities

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The Company:

Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC (WLPR), a small family-owned and operated business, was founded in 2005.

WLPR has biologists on staff who hold degrees in aquatic management or biology-related field. Our professionals on staff have more than 30 years of experience helping clients understand the complex issues of successful aquatic management. When clients work with WLPR, they are working with more than just chemical applicators! They are working with biologists that understand the delicate environment of aquatic resources. WLPR takes pride in reducing algaecides and herbicides by using a more proactive approach to managing nuisance aquatic growth. In addition to working with individuals, WLPR works with corporations, property managers, homeowner associations, lake associations, municipalities, and campground owners.

WLPR also provides consultation with prospective new pond owners. Our Pond Development Supervisor at WLPR will meet with prospective new lined pond clients, provide estimates, and coordinate/lead new pond liner installation projects. In addition, this division of WLPR’s business is in charge of compressor/fountain installation as well as repairs.

Summer Aquatic Management Intern

The Lake & Pond Management Intern will provide general assistance to full time employees on lake and pond management projects. This is a paid full time summer (End of School Year, May 2022 – Start of School, Labor Day) position working toward a full time position upon graduation.

Requirements: 

The successful candidate will be working toward an Associates Degree in Applied Science or other natural resource management related fields. Employee will be required to work long days and require some heavy lifting. Employee will need to pass the Commercial Applicator certification soon after employment begins.
The ideal candidate should enjoy working outdoors in a variety of environmental conditions. Employees must be energetic and self-starting. Must have confidence and ability to work out in small boats and canoes, work with hand tools, and be a strong swimmer.

General Information

Work Environment:

  • Employee subject to working in various weather conditions during peak season
  • Employee subject to infrequent overnight stays
  • Frequently walking, standing, stooping, bending, reaching and pulling
  • Medium noise levels from operating and working around small boats and equipment
  • Lifting required up to 75 lbs.
  • Employee subject to managing, organizing, and maintaining company shop/warehouse and equipment during non‑peak season

Company Training:

  • (**) Company provided test for Category 5: Aquatic & Mosquito Commercial Applicator Certification

Location and Work Hours:

  • Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC, N7828 Town Hall Road, Eldorado, WI
  • Full-time position:
    • Monday – Friday 7:00-5:00 (peak season which is April-September)
      Extended hours required during peak season
    • Monday – Friday 7:00-3:00 (non‑peak season which is October-March)

Send your resume to [email protected] by February 1, 2022

Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage all qualified minorities, women, veterans, and disabled individuals to apply.

Summer Administrative Assistant Intern

Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC (WLPR) is looking to fill a full-time Administrative Assistant Summer Internship position with a highly organized and detailed oriented individual. WLPR is a small family owned and operated business that was founded in 2005. We’re a small company of less than 15 employees, which means there is lots of room for growth and learning opportunities. All employees are welcomed and valued in WLPR’s culture. This is a great opportunity for any individual, who is currently pursuing a degree in Biology or Business Administration, to assist our employees with diverse projects and provide general administrative support.

WLPR has biologists on staff who hold degrees in an aquatic management or biology related field. Our professionals on staff have more than 30 years of experience helping clients understand complex issues of successful aquatic management. When clients work with WLPR, they are working with more than just chemical applicators! They are working with biologists that understand the delicate environment of aquatic resources. WLPR takes pride in reducing algaecides and herbicides by using a more proactive approach to managing nuisance aquatic growth. In addition to working with individuals, WLPR works with corporations, property managers, home owner associations, lake associations, municipalities, and campground owners.

WLPR also provides pond development consultation with prospective new clients. Our Pond Development Supervisor at WLPR will meet with prospective new clients, provide estimates, and coordinate/lead new pond liner installation projects. In addition, this division of WLPR’s business is in charge of compressor/fountain installation as well as repairs.

WLPR’s Business Administrators on staff have 65+ years of experience with educational backgrounds in Marketing, Information Technology, Human Resources, and Graphic Design/Communication.

If you enjoy providing excellent customer service, working in a fast‑paced yet detailed environment, are self-motivated and can multi-task, and have the passion to learn and grow, we encourage you to submit your resume for consideration to [email protected]. Once again, this is a great opportunity for any individual who is currently pursuing a degree in Biology or Business Administration. 

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Communicate effectively and professionally with customers and all WLPR team members
  • Minimal face‑to‑face contact with customers
  • Support all three WLPR divisions (Pond Management, Pond Development, and Lake Management)
  • Answer phones, log detailed messages, and relay messages to appropriate WLPR team members
  • Handle various administrative tasks such as filing, mailing, and shipping
  • Unload shipments from vendors using fork lift or pallet jack (as‑needed basis only)
  • Manage and maintain accurate customer information in customer, treatment, and financial databases
  • Assist with:  
    • Contributing to the efficiency of day-to-day operations
    • Sending daily notifications to customers
    • Maintaining office organization
    • Entering and/or reviewing DNR records
    • Applying for DNR permits
    • Preparing and shipping water samples
    • General office cleaning
  • Complete other projects as assigned

Required Qualifications

  • Demonstrate attention to detail
  • Ability to prioritize and multi‑task
  • Ability to plan, organize, and manage time in order to meet deadlines
  • Ability to work effectively with a wide variety of personalities
  • Demonstrate competency with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and QuickBooks
  • Demonstrate excellent writing and verbal communication skills
  • Proactive personality with the ability to anticipate business/team needs and work independently toward a solution
  • Ability to pass pre‑employment drug screen and background check

Work Environments:

  • Employee subject to managing, organizing, and maintaining company office and office equipment
  • Business casual dress code (no jeans)
  • Lifting required up to 40 lbs.

Company Training:

  • Company provided onboarding/on‑the‑job‑training
  • Company provided fork lift and pallet jack training

Compensation and Benefit Package:

  • 2022 seasonal full‑time and hourly summer internship position (up to 40 hours/week)
    Note: This position will be allowed to request up to 40 hours of unpaid time off during the season.
  • Company seasonal unpaid holidays for summer interns are as follows:
    • Monday, May 30, 2022
    • Monday, July 4, 2022
    • Monday, September 5, 2022
  • Hourly compensation rate of $12/hour  
  • Company provided reference and reference letter upon summer departure

Location and Work Hours:

  • Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC, N7828 Town Hall Road, Eldorado, WI, 54932
  • Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm or 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (negotiable)
    Note: Extended hours may be offered to employee to meet work demand. If employee does work over 40 hours/week, employee will receive $18/hour for hours over 40 within a one‑week time period.   

Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage all qualified minorities, women, veterans, and disabled individuals to apply.