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NEPHROLOGIST - TENURE TRACK SMPH/MEDICINE/NEPHROLOGY Madison
NEPHROLOGIST - TENURE TRACK summary: The Division of Nephrology has an opening for a physician scientist. The physician scientist will be expected to engage in active collaborative research on multi-disciplinary projects, establish a research program in the area of health care disparities and/or social determinants of health in persons with kidney disease and obtain/maintain independent extramural funding. SMPH is committed to being a diverse, equitable, inclusive and anti-racist workplace and is an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Applications from Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) individuals, LGBTQ+ and non-binary identities, women, persons with disabilities, military service members and veterans are strongly encouraged.
GENERAL NEPHROLOGIST SMPH/MEDICINE/NEPHROLOGY Madison
GENERAL NEPHROLOGIST summary: The Division of Nephrology has an opening for an academic clinician. The incumbent will have clinical, teaching and research responsibilities. Interest in the area of health care disparities and social determinants of health in persons with kidney disease is preferred. SMPH is committed to being a diverse, equitable, inclusive and anti-racist workplace and is an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Applications from Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) individuals, LGBTQ+ and non-binary identities, women, persons with disabilities, military service members and veterans are strongly encouraged.
DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EDUC/GEN ADMIN/DEAN'S OFFICE Madison
DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION summary: The School of Education (SoE) seeks a Director of the Center for Research on Early Childhood Education, a center housed in the Wisconsin Center for Education Research. The successful candidate will join the SoE faculty at the rank of associate professor or professor. CRECE's work focuses on children ages 0-8, their families, and communities. Spanning home and school, preschool and elementary, formal and informal education, policy and practice, CRECE researchers explore (a) how practitioners can build on the resources children bring to learning; (b) the professional development of the early childhood workforce; (c) early childhood curriculum, teaching and assessment; (d) the education of new researchers; and (e) the development and enactment of research-based policy.
ANESTHESIA VET TECH VCRGE/RARC/VET CARE UNIT Madison
ANESTHESIA VET TECH summary: Are you looking to expand your skill set in an innovative and exciting environment? Join us at UW RARC! This position assists veterinary medical and research personnel in anesthetic procedures in support of the daily operational needs of RARC. We provide advanced on-site training to help you gain the skills you need to be successful! Independent decision making, initiative, communication, and reliability are all desired skills for this role. Make a true difference in the lives of our patients!
RESEARCH SPECIALIST - MO LAB CALS/BACTERIOLOGY Madison
RESEARCH SPECIALIST - MO LAB summary: The Mo lab, Department of Bacteriology, invites qualified candidates to apply for a technical support position studying the interface between bacterilal immunity and evolution. Great opportunity to get in on the ground floor of this lab! This appointment is an initial term of two years, with possible conversion to renewable. The UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences is committed to maintaining and growing a culture that embraces diversity, inclusion, and equity, believing that these values are foundational elements of our excellence and fundamental components of a positive and enriching learning and working environment for all students, faculty, and staff.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY SMPH/SURGERY/SURG ONC Madison
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY summary: This Medical Program Assistant in the Department of Surgery assists faculty and other staff by coordinating their complex daily activities allowing them to complete the successful performance of their teaching, research, service, clinical, outreach, and administrative duties. This role requires excellent administrative, organizational, oral and written communication skills and an innovative, collaborative, service-oriented, and strategic individual would be a great addition on our productive administrative team!
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL L&S/THE INFORMATION SCHOOL Madison
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL summary: Teach for the UW-Madison iSchool in the 2022-23 spring semester! Teach LIS 350: History and Future of Book in a classroom environment on campus. Please review the education and qualifications requirements before applying. We look forward to reviewing you application materials.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST VCRGE/BIOTECH/TRANSGENIC MOUSE Madison
RESEARCH SPECIALIST summary: The Animal Models Core within the Biotechnology Center seeks an ambitious, independent specialist to support campus biomedical research. Rodent and/or cell culture experience preferred but will train the right person. Salary compensation based on experience. Come join our team!
WIDA DATA WAREHOUSE ANALYST EDUC/WCER Madison
WIDA DATA WAREHOUSE ANALYST summary: What is WIDA? For nearly 20 years, WIDA has provided a trusted, comprehensive approach to supporting, teaching, and assessing multilingual learners. The WIDA Data Warehouse Analyst position will work with researchers and other stakeholders to understand their data requirements and use SQL Server to create and maintain processes and queries to meet these requirements. This position will also be responsible for loading data from outside vendors, ensuring data quality, and maintaining appropriate access. The candidate should have extensive experience and familiarity with SQL or comparable database/data warehouse applications and experience with some type of data analytic software, e.g., SAS or R. Working fully remote is an option for this position within the US (working remotely internationally is not an option).
USER SUPPORT SPECIALIST WSB/INFO TECH SOLUTIONS Madison
USER SUPPORT SPECIALIST summary: The Wisconsin School of Business (WSB) Information Technology Solutions (ITS) team is seeking an IT User Support Specialist that is a self-starter and passionate about providing Information Technology (IT) and Audio-Visual (AV) support. The ITS service desk team is a well-established group that is continuously refining our processes, implementing new tools to improve the user experience and staying on top of new IT trends.
WEB OPERATIONS MANAGER G SERV/HUMAN RES/ASSOC V CHAN Madison
WEB OPERATIONS MANAGER summary: The Office of Human Resources (OHR) invites candidates to apply for a Web Operations Manager position! As the Web Operations Manager, you’ll be responsible for the technical and operational aspects of the OHR website, including the redesign, coordination, and support of departmental initiatives. Candidates with experience in web design and the ability to work with technical and functional experts in a cooperative manner are encouraged to apply!
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II SMPH/FAMILY MED/RES GRANTS Madison
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II summary: The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health is seeking an Administrative Assistant II who will play a vital role as a member of the Health Experiences Research Program led by Dr. Rachel Grob of the Qualitative and Health Experiences Research Lab. This position provides the unique opportunity for a motivated individual to contribute to both administration and this meaningful health experiences research portfolio, designed to elicit diverse experiences people are having with health and healthcare; to synthesize what we can learn from these narratives; and to make health and healthcare better by implementing what is learned from these studies. This role requires professionalism, attention to detail, and an ability to meet time-sensitive grant deadlines. We are looking for someone who thrives on being part of a team and is a dedicated to process improvement. The ideal candidate will be creative, flexible, is self-motivated, and has a high level of independent judgement. We are not a traditionally hierarchical research team, and value our support staff by providing opportunities for growth, mentoring, and training.
ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR-DEGREE AUDIT AND ACADEMIC PROGRAMS ENROLLMENTMGMT/REGISTRAR Madison
ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR-DEGREE AUDIT AND ACADEMIC PROGRAMS summary: The Office of the Registrar (RO) supports the campus community and the teaching and learning mission of the University of Wisconsin-Madison through creation and implementation of essential enrollment, curricular, credit and student record services, tools, and systems. The Academic Services area within the RO is seeking a collaborative, innovative, and detailed professional to join its leadership team as the Assistant University Registrar for Degree Audit and Academic Programs (DAAP). The incumbent will manage the team and oversee all activities associated with degree audit (DARS) encoding and curriculum maintenance (academic structure, course catalog, the Guide, academic calendar). Activities of the area include: encoding and maintenance of approved degree/major requirements and exceptions in DARS; implementation of academic structure, programs, and courses within the Student Information System (SIS); publication of the University’s catalog (Guide). The incumbent will serve as a functional expert and lead functional and assist technical staff in solving complex problems in the testing, enhancements, and maintenance of the degree-audit, curriculum-management, and SIS platforms and business processes. They will regularly work with campus colleagues including academic planners, advisors, and software developers to maintain and enhance technologies, assure compliance to faculty-policies regarding the University’s curriculum, and provide counsel on best practices. This professional reports to the Associate University Registrar for Academic Services. They will serve on both the Academic Services and RO leadership teams, where they will assist in the establishment of the strategic short- and long-term direction of the office that enables UW-Madison's Office of the Registrar to be an institutional resource with credibility as a highly productive and supportive partner with campus constituencies as well as a national model known for creativity, innovation, and service.
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER CALS/ENTOMOLOGY Madison
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER summary: The Gratton Lab in the Department of Entomology at the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences is hiring a Web-based Decision-Support Tool developer for Environment and Agriculture. The Applications Developer will participate in the design, development, layout, coding, maintenance, and support of our custom web applications and associated IT infrastructure.
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER FOR NEW STUDENTS SA/VC/ADMINISTRATION Madison
COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER FOR NEW STUDENTS summary: Student Affairs seeks a skilled communicator and collaborator who values community, loves UW-Madison, and can't wait to welcome new Badgers to campus. As the inaugural Communications Manager for New Students -- an elevated role in Student Affairs -- you will be charged with developing a collaborative and strategic communications approach to onboarding and welcoming our new students. Come and joins us at Student Affairs!
EMPLOYEE ACCOMMODATION SPECIALIST G SERV\VP\DIVERSITY\EDR Madison
EMPLOYEE ACCOMMODATION SPECIALIST summary: The Employee Disability Resources Office seeks a skilled and passionate professional for the role of Employee Accommodation Specialist. This highly engaged and collaborative position will specialize in supporting the employee workplace accommodation process at UW-Madison. We seek an experienced candidate to join our team who has a demonstrated commitment to access and inclusion for individuals with disabilities. The candidate must have exceptional communication and collaboration skills and the ability to exercise considerable judgment, discretion, and initiative. This position is integral in supporting the interactive disability accommodation process for employees/applicants, increasing awareness through education and training, and for assuring compliance within a complex framework of federal, state and university rules, regulations, and policies.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST - INFECTIOUS DISEASES SMPH\PEDIATRICS\INFECT DIS Madison
RESEARCH SPECIALIST - INFECTIOUS DISEASES summary: The Department of Pediatrics is looking for a Research Specialist to help run a vigorous and productive program in Molecular Pathogenic Mycology. The focus of the work broadly embraces the molecular and genetic mechanisms of host cell interactions with medically important Fungi. The position will require executing experiments involving gene cloning, expression and deletion, as well as biochemical analysis of such manipulations.
RESEARCHER I - INFECTIOUS DISEASES SMPH\PEDIATRICS\INFECT DIS Madison
RESEARCHER I - INFECTIOUS DISEASES summary: The Department of Pediatrics is looking for a Researcher I to help run a vigorous and productive program in Molecular Pathogenic Mycology. The focus of the work broadly embraces the molecular and genetic mechanisms of host cell interactions with medically important Fungi. The position will require executing experiments involving gene cloning, expression and deletion, as well as biochemical analysis of such manipulations.
SCIENTIST I - INFECTIOUS DISEASES SMPH\PEDIATRICS\INFECT DIS Madison
SCIENTIST I - INFECTIOUS DISEASES summary: The Department of Pediatrics is looking for a Scientist I to help run a vigorous and productive program in Molecular Pathogenic Mycology. The focus of the work broadly embraces the molecular and genetic mechanisms of host cell interactions with medically important Fungi. The position will require executing experiments involving gene cloning, expression and deletion, as well as biochemical analysis of such manipulations.
CURATOR OF MAMMALS AND BIRDS L&S/INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY Madison
CURATOR OF MAMMALS AND BIRDS summary: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Zoological Museum seeks an enthusiastic Curator of Mammals and Birds who will expand and accentuate our extensive vertebrate collections. This position is responsible for the direction and growth of the mammal and bird skin and skull collections, specimen preparative activities, and development of a collections-based research program which includes publications and presentations that highlight their research. Come join our vibrant Museum team!

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