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MACHINIST FP&M/PP O&M/MACHINE SHOP Madison
MACHINIST summary: This is an exciting opportunity to join the UW Facilities Planning and Management team of machinists to provide excellence in facilities and services for our university community. The Machine Shop works on a wide range of mechanical equipment and systems to keep our campus running. Join now to be a Badger!
ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST EXT/ANRCD/COMM/CC/CENTER COOP Madison
ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST summary: The UW Center for Cooperatives is seeking a full-time researcher to advance research on the cooperative business model and to support the Cooperative Governance Research Initiative, the first ever longitudinal, cross-sectoral, mixed-methods study on the governance practices of U.S. cooperatives. Come join our team!
CUSTODIAN LEAD FP&M/PP SVCS/CUSTODIAL Madison
CUSTODIAN LEAD summary: Do you want to be part of the team responsible for keeping the UW campus clean and safe? Are you looking for an opportunity to develop your leadership skills? Then this is the perfect job for you! UW Facilities Planning &Management is looking for an energetic individual with excellent customer service skills to join our 1st shift custodial team. In this job, you will perform cleaning and maintenance duties, train employees, and operate various floor machines, among other duties. Come join us today!
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER FP&M/PP O&M/ELECTRIC SHOP Madison
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER summary: UW-Madison Facilities Planning and Management is seeking an Electrical Engineer to join our Physical Plant team. This position is responsible for conducting arc flash analysis and providing ad-hoc electrical engineering activities to support our campus. If you enjoy working independently and as a subject matter expert, this opportunity is perfect for you!
RESEARCH TECHNICIAN CALS/WCIC/WCIC Madison
RESEARCH TECHNICIAN summary: The Wisconsin Crop Innovation Center (WCIC) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison is growing and needs to hire more team members to develop the next advances in plant biotechnology. This position is an entry level position with room to grow as you learn the protocols and help the teams deliver on their goals of generating client material. The position is centered in the production team, but interacts with the molecular, greenhouse, plant analysis and system improvements groups. Come join us and grow your career with us as we grow the next crop of biotech plants.
DINING ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - CATERING & SUPPORT U HSG\DINING\CATERING Madison
DINING ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - CATERING & SUPPORT summary: Dining and Culinary Services is looking for an experienced leader to join our Senior Leadership team to lead our catering and support areas of our program. Dining and Culinary Services is part of the University Housing Division, and focuses primarily on the students that choose to live on campus. The position of Assistant Director-Catering & Support will lead and oversee the staff and operations of our Catering, Bakeshop, Cook/Chill, and Grab and Go operations. The successful candidate should be forward thinking, creative, and have a strong commitment to leading a team of diverse employees both full time and student.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST CALS/BIOCHEMISTRY Madison
RESEARCH SPECIALIST summary: The Kirchdoerfer lab, within the Department of Biochemistry, is seeking a Research Specialist to support existing projects and lab activities.
BEL PROGRAM MANAGER WSB/UNDERGRADUATE PROG OFFICE Madison
BEL PROGRAM MANAGER summary: The Business Emerging Leaders (BEL) Program manager will support students who have participated in our pre-college programs and are now navigating college. We are looking for a student-centered individual who can develop relatable programming, provide guidance, and track progress of our scholars. This position will manage student engagement and retention efforts within the Business Emerging Leaders team. If you are interested in a dynamic, student focused job please apply!
EVENT COORDINATOR VET M/ADMIN-EXTERNAL COMMUN Madison
EVENT COORDINATOR summary: The UW School of Veterinary Medicine is seeking an organized and detail-oriented person with strong customer service skills to join its advancement team. The Event Coordinator will provide logistical support for a variety of school hosted events as well as externally sponsored events with school faculty, staff and student participation. This position plays an important role in supporting the school’s work providing exceptional animal care, delivering outstanding education, and leading research that benefits both animal and human health.
PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA RELATIONS MANAGER VET M/ADMIN-EXTERNAL COMMUN Madison
PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA RELATIONS MANAGER summary: The UW School of Veterinary Medicine is seeking a talented writer with a keen sense of compelling story-telling to join its advancement team. The Publications and Media Relations Manager is responsible for developing the school’s print and digital publications, leading its media and public relations efforts, and supporting the management of the school’s websites to promote awareness of the impact of the school and its teaching hospital. This position plays an important role in supporting the school’s work providing exceptional animal care, delivering outstanding education, and leading research that benefits both animal and human health.
DESIGN TEAM MEMBER (HUMAN RESOURCES) G SERV/ATP Madison
DESIGN TEAM MEMBER (HUMAN RESOURCES) summary: The Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) is on a mission to rebuild human resources, finance, and research administration systems and services at every institution within the University of Wisconsin System. The goal is to reduce the complexity of the current administrative environment and refocus valuable staff time on UW’s mission of education, research, and outreach. Come join us to make this vision a reality, and work with people across the UW to streamline policies, standardize processes, and implement new, best-in-class technology to support essential functions.
IT SUPPORT SPECIALIST ATH/GENERAL OPERATNS/TECHSERV Madison
IT SUPPORT SPECIALIST summary: Wisconsin Athletics is looking for an IT Support Specialist to join the Technical Services Department.
ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY TEACHING TRACK VET M/PATHOBIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Madison
ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY TEACHING TRACK summary: The Department of Pathobiological Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison, is seeking candidates for a clinical-track or teaching-track anatomic pathology faculty position. Across both positions, there is a 60% expected effort for clinical diagnostic biopsy and necropsy service/clinical teaching, with variable percentage distributions for teaching pre-clinical veterinary students (e.g. 2nd-year pathology courses), collaborative research, and academic service responsibilities. The position is open for applicants at all levels (assistant, associate, and full professors). The minimum requirements for the selected candidate include a DVM or equivalent, ACVP or ECVP board eligible, and licensure or eligibility for licensure in Wisconsin. Two years of post-residency experience in diagnostic anatomic pathology, research experience and/or a PhD, as well as a demonstrated strong interest and experience in training pathology residents are preferred but not required. Outstanding collaborative research opportunities exist within the Department of Pathobiological Sciences, as well as the School of Veterinary Medicine and throughout the University. In addition, our anatomic pathology section has a long-standing collaboration with the Milwaukee County Zoo. The city of Madison and surrounding area are home to a large and very active community of veterinary and human pathologists from both UW (e.g., Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Wisconsin Primate Center, Research Animal Resources and Compliance Center, and School of Medicine and Public Health) and non-UW entities (e.g. National Wildlife Health Center, Covance, and Antech), and there are many opportunities to interact with members of this community, both socially and professionally.
ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY CLINICAL TRACK VET M/PATHOBIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Madison
ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY CLINICAL TRACK summary: The Department of Pathobiological Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison, is seeking candidates for a clinical-track or teaching-track anatomic pathology faculty position. Across both positions, there is a 60% expected effort for clinical diagnostic biopsy and necropsy service/clinical teaching, with variable percentage distributions for teaching pre-clinical veterinary students (e.g. 2nd-year pathology courses), collaborative research, and academic service responsibilities. The position is open for applicants at all levels (assistant, associate, and full professors). The minimum requirements for the selected candidate include a DVM or equivalent, ACVP or ECVP board eligible, and licensure or eligibility for licensure in Wisconsin. Two years of post-residency experience in diagnostic anatomic pathology, research experience and/or a PhD, as well as a demonstrated strong interest and experience in training pathology residents are preferred but not required. Outstanding collaborative research opportunities exist within the Department of Pathobiological Sciences, as well as the School of Veterinary Medicine and throughout the University. In addition, our anatomic pathology section has a long-standing collaboration with the Milwaukee County Zoo. The city of Madison and surrounding area are home to a large and very active community of veterinary and human pathologists from both UW (e.g., Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Wisconsin Primate Center, Research Animal Resources and Compliance Center, and School of Medicine and Public Health) and non-UW entities (e.g. National Wildlife Health Center, Covance, and Antech), and there are many opportunities to interact with members of this community, both socially and professionally.
CROPS AND SOILS OUTREACH SPECIALIST EXT/ANRCD/AGR/CROPS/CROPS&SOIL Green Bay
CROPS AND SOILS OUTREACH SPECIALIST summary: We’re supporting today’s agriculture with the guidance and expertise needed to address the biggest issues facing the industry. Here’s your chance to make a difference by providing the link to research that producers and agribusiness professionals rely on. Be a part of modern UW-Madison, Division of Extension outreach and work on projects responding to topics identified as some of the highest needs of our farmers and communities in Wisconsin.
RECRUITMENT AND AWARDS SPECIALIST L&S/SOCIAL WORK/SOC WORK Madison
RECRUITMENT AND AWARDS SPECIALIST summary: The Sandra Rosenbaum School of Social Work is looking for a motivated and energetic applicant to be our Recruitment and Awards Specialist. This position oversees the student recruitment process, from point-of-inquiry through enrollment, ensuring the continued growth and success of our program as well as serving on our Awards Committee and assisting with our Title IV-E program. If you want to work with dedicated and interesting co-workers in an organization that is trying to make the world a better place, please apply.
PLUMBER FP&M/PP O&M/PLUMBING SHOP Madison
PLUMBER summary: Join the UW Facilities Planning & Management (FP&M) team of Plumbers providing excellence in facilities and services for our university community. As a Plumber, the primary responsibilities will be to install, maintain, repair, and alteration of water lines, sewers, water heaters and softeners, toilet fixtures, laboratory equipment, and water-based fire protection systems in buildings on the UW Madison Campus. We are excited to announce starting January 2022, UW-Madison Building Trades employees will be eligible for the employer contribution for State Group Health Insurance. The employer share amounts to approximately 88% of the total premium cost resulting in a much more affordable health plan.
DAIRY OUTREACH SPECIALIST EXT/ANRCD/AGR/DAIRY&LIVESTOCK Wisconsin
DAIRY OUTREACH SPECIALIST summary: We’re supporting today’s agriculture with the guidance and expertise needed to address the biggest issues facing the industry. Here’s your chance to make a difference by providing the link to research that producers and agribusiness professionals rely on. Be a part of modern UW-Madison, Division of Extension outreach and work on projects responding to topics identified as some of the highest needs of our farmers and communities in Wisconsin.
HMOOB FARM OUTREACH SPECIALIST EXT/ANRCD/AGR/FARM/FARM MGMT Wisconsin
HMOOB FARM OUTREACH SPECIALIST summary: Extension is looking for someone who combines an interest in agriculture and food systems with a commitment to equity and diversity to help strengthen the ability of the university, agricultural agencies, and community partners to work with HMoob farmers in Wisconsin.
SENIOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR ADMISSIONS ENROLLMENTMGMT/ADMISSIONS Madison
SENIOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR ADMISSIONS summary: The University of Wisconsin-Madison, the state's public flagship institution of higher learning, seeks an experienced, innovative and collaborative leader to serve as senior associate director for admissions in the Office of Admissions and Recruitment in the Division of Enrollment Management (DEM). The mission of the Division of Enrollment Management is to achieve the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s enrollment goals strategically and provide information and services in collaboration with campus partners to enhance student success. DEM includes the following offices: Admissions and Recruitment, Student Financial Aid, Registrar, the Student Success Through Applied Research (SSTAR) Lab and Vice Provost for Enrollment Management. Together, these units collectively provide the foundation of support and services for the academic infrastructure throughout the student lifecycle. The division invests in the professional growth of their team members and is committed to the highest standard of service for students, colleagues, visitors and other stakeholders. Reporting to the director of the Office of Admissions and Recruitment, the senior associate director for admissions provides critical strategic leadership for the application review process, including more than 65,000 domestic and international first year and transfer applications annually. This growing number represents nearly double the number of applications compared to six years ago. Guided by the vision of the director, this position is responsible for long-term planning for the Admissions unit, working collaboratively within their unit, as well as across the office, the enrollment division and campus to develop and implement sustainable and efficient systems and processes. They are among a team of four senior associate directors in the office and one of several new positions developed as a result of an organizational assessment.

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