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CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL TRAINER G SERV VC FIN & ADM AIMS OPS Madison
The Administrative Information Management Services (AIMS) is recruiting for a Customer Engagement and Technical Trainer position. Applicants with experience coordinating and delivering customer training, creating and maintaining web page content, providing customer service, and communicating across various mediums (phone, in-person, email, etc.) are encouraged to apply.
SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER VCRGE/WIPAC/WIPAC Madison
The Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center (WIPAC) is seeking a systems programmer with strong Linux and Python skills. The successful candidate will play a leadership role in an agile team with focus to service delivery and user support. Attention to detail is necessary, as is a demonstrated ability to initiate and complete technical projects with minimal supervision. WIPAC is a research center in the University of Wisconsin-Madison with responsibility for the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a kilometer-scale neutrino detector located at the South Pole. A collaboration of more than 300 scientists from over forty research institutions worldwide conducts a research program to study high-energy neutrinos from cosmic sources. UW-Madison is responsible for the Maintenance & Operation of the observatory. Details can be found at http://icecube.wisc.edu/.
INNOVATION & COMMERCIALIZATION SPECIALIST - ENGINEERING & PHYSICAL SCIENCES VCRGE/DISCOVERY TO PRODUCT Madison
The Innovation and Commercialization Specialist with the Discovery to Product (D2P) provides instruction, coaching, inspiration and subject matter expertise to entrepreneurs, innovators, and project team members connected to the UW-Madison campus.
DEVELOPER/SOFTWARE ENGINEER VCRGE/GLBRC Madison
As a member of the Information Services (IS) team supporting research teams of faculty, staff, post docs, and graduate students, the Developer/Software Engineer will build and implement systems and applications to support the research and operational objectives of the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center.
CLOUD SECURITY RISK ANALYST DOIT/SEC/CYBERSECURITY Madison
The Office of Cybersecurity is seeking an individual to work with the Governance, Risk Management & Compliance group. This is a great opportunity to work in IT cloud security and work with a diverse team of IT security experts! The Cloud Security Risk Analyst will recommend and identify security controls that reduce risk to an acceptable level for cloud solutions in accordance with the policies, procedures, and governance guidelines for UW-Madison.
LEAD APPLICATION DEVELOPER VCRGE/ADMIN/INFORMATION TECH Madison
Our team seeks an experienced professional to serve as a Lead Application Developer to provide technical leadership over our software development process and be a key technical adviser on our team. We seek a person who is looking to use their technical knowledge and leadership skills to be responsible for our approach to software development and to successfully launch and maintain quality products. In addition to software development mastery, the ideal candidate will have experience balancing a portfolio of work, and will handle competing priorities with grace, equanimity, and keen attention to detail. The Lead Application Developer possesses a natural curiosity and takes initiative in improving and implementing processes and tools to continually advance the effectiveness of our dynamic team of developers.
APPLICATION DEVELOPER VCRGE/ADMIN/INFORMATION TECH Madison
Our team seeks an enthusiastic professional who is equally good with people and technology to serve as an Application Developer. We are seeking a person who has a positive attitude who is looking to use their technical knowledge to successfully launch and maintain quality software products. The successful Application Developer candidate takes initiative in improving and implementing processes and tools, and has a strong desire to make life easier for people through innovative use of web technologies.
LIBRARY HELPDESK TECHNICAL LEAD LIBR\LIBR TECH GROUP Madison
The UW-Madison Library Technology Group (LTG) is seeking a motivated, service-focused individual to join our operations team and provide technical support within our dynamic and varied UW Library computing environment. The technical lead will be part of the LTG Help Desk team providing responsive and courteous customer service in support of library users including library staff, faculty, researchers and students.
ACADEMIC PLANNER GEA/UNIVERSITY ADMIN/ACAD PLN Madison
Provide support to campus-wide activities related to curricular and academic program planning. Review materials for committee agendas to make sure they meet standards, advise school/college/department partners on how to prepare successful proposals, and develop and advise on curricular and academic policy matters. The successful candidate will be able to keep the vision of the full process in mind, while also attending to the success of each step of what can be lengthy process. Currently we are implementing software to move all of the transactions to an online system, branded as Lumen, and this transition will dominate the work of academic planners in 2018 and 2019.
PORTFOLIO MANAGER, IT CENTER OF EXCELLENCE DOIT/CIO OFFICE Madison
The UW-Madison is seeking a Portfolio Manager. Information technology at UW-Madison is currently transitioning from a largely decentralized decision making culture to a new landscape in which major decisions are assessed at the campus level. This position will oversee and help manage the IT Project Intake process including coordinating approvals of IT projects - reducing duplication of IT Services and applications, facilitating campus communications, maintaining the portfolio of IT related proposals, documenting subsequent decisions and tracking milestones of approved projects.
DIRECTOR OF INFORMATICS SMPH/RADIOLOGY/RADIOLOGY Madison
The Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison is seeking a Director of Informatics to establish the department as a premier and trusted source of informatics tools and resources, especially for use with sensitive and protected data. This is an outstanding opportunity to join a growing group of IT personnel working in academic and clinical environments who are continuously striving to solve complex and ever-changing cyber security and data management challenges.

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