Benefits of Limited Term Employment
Limited Term Employment can provide participants with valuable work experience in a specific field of interest. The experience gained in these positions can be a valuable career development tool, and often provides participants with the training and experience that may be helpful in applying for a full-time position with the State of Wisconsin.
Applying for Limited Term Employment
There is no centralized listing of limited term employment opportunities available. To inquire about Limited Term Employment opportunities, please contact the employing state agency or university campus Human Resources departments directly. Click here for the list of state agencies.
Requirements of Limited Term Employment
An applicant for limited term employment must be a Wisconsin resident at the time of hire. Wisconsin Statutes identify a resident as a person who meets one of the following requirements:
- Has established a residence (defined as the place where the person's habitation is fixed, without any present intent to move and to which, when absent, the person intends to return) in the state not less than 10 days earlier;
- Has resided in this state for not less than a total of one year out of the immediately preceding 5 years;
- Is eligible to register to vote in this state; or
- Is the spouse of a person meeting one of the above requirements.
The policy of the State of Wisconsin as an employer is to employ or continue to employ only persons who are legally authorized to work in the United States.