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RESEARCH SPECIALIST SMPH/CELL & REGENERATIVE BIOL Madison
The successful applicant will be involved in all aspects of laboratory research, including but not limited to all aspects of a mouse developmental genetics laboratory's research program. This is an outstanding opportunity in a growing department, housed in new state-of-the-art facilities, in a highly collaborative environment that is part of a thriving multidisciplinary research enterprise.
ASSOCIATE MICROBIOLOGIST WISCONSIN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH Madison
The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene is hiring an entry level Associate Microbiologist to work in the bio-aerosol unit of the Wisconsin Occupational Health Laboratory (WOHL). Duties include microscopic identification of fungi and bacteria, as well as asbestos identification, quantification and counting. Apply today!
.NET FULL STACK DEVELOPER EDUC/WCER Madison
The WIDA project (wida.wisc.edu), a leader in the development of products and services intended to support the needs of English language learners (ELLs) and their educators is seeking a .NET Full Stack Developer with a solid software development background, demonstrated ability to integrate applications through Web APIs, and a passion for leveraging cutting-edge technology to address user needs.
STEM ACADEMIC ADVISOR G SERV/CTR FOR EDUC OPPORTUNTY Madison
This position will provide intensive one-on-one and group academic advising to help assigned STEM advisees navigate the success pathway from admission to graduation. Other responsibilities include: thorough documentation of contacts with CeO scholars, organization and management of records pertaining to assigned advisees, planning and implementation of programming that addresses the needs of the STEM students and the objectives of the center, and referral of students to pertinent campus resources. Knowledge and understanding of issues of equity and diversity in educational settings are required, along with excellent communication, interpersonal, problem-solving, organizational skills, familiarity with University systems, and a thorough knowledge of the unique concerns faced by CeO eligible students. This position is part of a committed team of student service professionals and requires flexibility, patience, energy, and a genuine desire to assist students.
DVCDI ASSISTANT VICE PROVOST G SERV/OFFICE OF VICE PROVOST Madison
Reporting directly to the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion (DVCDI), the Assistant Vice Provost (AVP) is a member of the division's senior leadership team. The incumbent provides leadership for several units with responsibility for the overall effectiveness of the unit's programs, initiatives and activities. In addition, the incumbent will work closely with the DVCDI to: 1) Lead and manage student support and scholarship service programs; 2) Assist with coordinating the division's efforts to implement the Strategic Diversity Framework (http://diversityframework.wisc.edu/documents.htm);and REEL Change (https://diversity.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Patricks-preferred-04.08.15-DF-REEL-Report-FINAL_Updated.pdf) 3) Assist in the oversight and creation of administrative data policies that will lead the division in using data to help articulate institutional progress and policy recommendations related to diversity, equity, and inclusion; this will happen in conjunction with the Office of Academic Planning and Institutional Research, Recruitment and Admissions, Financial Aid, and the Registrar's Office. The AVP will also assist in providing strategic leadership and support for engaging campus and community partners of the DDEEA and occasionally be called upon to stand in for the DVCDI at meetings of shared governance bodies and in other public settings.
RESEARCH PROGRAM COORDINATOR ENGR/CHESS PROGRAM Madison
This position is within the Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies (CHESS), a dynamic, mission-driven organization with over 35 team members focused on research using technology and organizational and individual change projects to improve health and quality of life for individuals and families facing chronic or life-threatening illnesses.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, INSTITUTE FOR REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (IRIS) INTL DIV/IRIS INST REG INTL ST Madison
The Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS) is part of the International Division, which also oversees International Academic Programs (study abroad), the International Internships Program, and International Projects Office (international partnerships). IRIS is comprised of nine area studies centers, the Wisconsin Summer Language Institutes (WISLI), and the International Studies major. Each of the nine area studies centers serves a distinct community of faculty and students with a regional focus (e.g. Africa, East Asia, Europe, etc.) who come from departments across campus, based in one of the university's many colleges and divisions (e.g. College of Letters and Science, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, etc.). The area studies centers support their research and teaching while also offering a variety of complimentary academic programs such as joint degrees, M.A.s, B.A.s, undergraduate certificates (minors), and Ph.D. minors. Each center supports study abroad programs and facilitates scholarly exchanges, the teaching of regionally-specific languages (via language departments during the academic year and WISLI during the summer), and area studies research and teaching by faculty and graduate students. Each center also maintains a vigorous outreach presence in schools and the broader community. Many of the nine area studies centers are federally-funded under the Department of Education Title VI program, and have garnered national reputations for excellence over many decades of dedicated work. IRIS was founded in 2016 to consolidate administrative support services for each of these nine area studies centers in order to cement UW-Madison's legacy as national leader in area studies education. The IRIS executive director position was created in part to develop and support cross-regional programming on campus.
OFFICE MANAGER CALS/AGRONOMY Madison
The Wisconsin's Pesticide Applicator Training (PAT) program provides training and materials to individuals desiring state certification to apply pesticides. This is a mandated program to meet federal and state regulatory certification requirements. This crucial position interfaces with Wisconsin's pesticide applicators and counties during certification processes, ensuring that clients are: provided accurate information, receive appropriate product or referral, and receive assistance with any issues during the process.
BUSINESS LIBRARY SVS ASST LIBR\MEMBER LIBRARIES Madison
The Business Library is seeking candidates with initiative, adaptability, to assist staff in managing the new Business Learning Commons. The newly remodeled Business Learning Commons is a new very busy environment. This position will be responsible for data collection, troubleshooting, and tracking student and instructor usage. The incumbent will be responsible for the website and social media for the Business Learning Commons. This position is expected to last for one year, but may be extended for a second year based on funding and the needs of the unit.
FACULTY ASSISTANT IN CHEMISTRY L&S/CHEMISTRY/CHEMISTRY Madison
The Department of Chemistry is seeking Faculty Assistants for the Spring 2019 semester. Duties are similar to those of a Teaching Assistant.
FACULTY ASSOCIATE IN CHINESE L&S/ASIAN LANGUAGES & CULTURES Madison
The Department of Asian Languages and Cultures seeks an enthusiastic instructor to teach Chinese language courses, supervise and train Teaching Assistants in these courses, and participate in the ongoing development of the Chinese language program at UW-Madison.
FACILITIES REPAIR WORKER-ADVANCED FP&M PP SERVICES GROUND Madison
Grow your career with Grounds! This position will be responsible for asphalt and concrete, inspections, repairs, replacements, and installation on campus. Click to learn more!
FACILITIES REPAIR WORKER FP&M PP SERVICES GROUND Madison
Grow your career with Grounds! We are looking for hardworking individuals who are interested in an outside career! This position is primarily responsible for routine preventive maintenance, minor repair of grounds equipment and completion of landscape construction projects.
IRRIGATION AND GREEN ROOF SPECIALIST FP&M PP SERVICES GROUND Madison
Come join the Grounds Crew! The Irrigation and Green Roof Specialist is primarily responsible for routine preventive maintenance and minor repairs to the exterior portions of landscape irrigation systems and their associated controls on the Madison Campus. This position will also maintain the campus green roofs, which aid in sustainability efforts by absorbing rainwater, providing insulation, creating a habitat for wildlife, and helping to lower urban air temperatures.
WRPRAP GRANTS COORDINATOR SMPH/FAMILY MED/FAMILY MED Madison
The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, Wisconsin Rural Physician Residency Assistance Program is seeking a self-motivated Grants Coordinator.
IOA RESEARCH CENTER ADMINISTRATOR VCRGE/INS ON AGING/INST AGING Madison
The mission of the Institute on Aging is to promote, through excellence in multidisciplinary research, education and practice, the health and well-being of the rapidly-expanding aging population in our local community, state, and society at large. The Institute on Aging is seeking a Center Administrator to manage human resources, financial and grant management and operations for the center. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career, this might be the opportunity for you.
PROGRAM DIRECTOR DCS/ACAD AFFAIRS&PRG/ACAD&PROG Madison
The Division of Continuing Studies is seeking an energetic Program Director to join the Leadership, Management and Other Workplace skills program area. This is an opportunity to join a team of highly committed staff as we build on our foundation of over a hundred leadership programs annually and restrategize our offerings and modalities to achieve significant growth in both revenue, reach and learning impact. The holder of this position will be an important team member that will be pivotal in creating new programs and helping to innovate and explore entrepreneurial approaches to marketing and delivering high-quality professional development programs that extend the University of Wisconsin-Madison brand. If you are passionate about lifelong learning, then apply today!
ACADEMIC ADVISOR L&S/COMMUN SCI & DISORDERS Madison
The Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a top ranked leader in research, teaching, clinical service and outreach. We are seeking candidates with a commitment to excellence in student services and advising for our undergraduate program.
BUDGET PLANNER G SERV/OFFICE OF VICE PROVOST Madison
The Budget Planner is a key position within the Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement (DDEEA) with direct oversight for budget planning, financial management, monitoring, analysis, forecasting and reporting. Reporting to the Chief of Staff/Special Assistant, the position creates and maintains accounts, initiates and authorizes budget, interprets and analyzes accounting data while providing trainings on financial transactions, and leading and mentoring the financial team.
DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATOR L&S/AFRO-AM STUDIES/AFRO-AM ST Madison
We are seeking an individual to serve as the Department Administrator in the Department of Afro-American Studies. This position is responsible for preparing and managing the department budget, trust funds and UW Foundation accounts; implementation of personnel policies and staffing decisions, including appointment and hiring processes, evaluation and merit review; administrative support to the faculty Chair; and coordinating and leading work office staff. Come join our team!

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