University of Wisconsin–Madison

Jobs at UW

University of Wisconsin–Madison

Filter
Send me jobs like these

We will email you new jobs that match this search.

Search results

Position Department Location Opened Closes
TRANSITIONAL ADVISING AND OUTREACH SERVICES STUDENT SERVICES COORDINATOR CALS/UNDRGRD PRG & SRV Madison
The Transitional Advising and Outreach Services unit of the Office of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is looking to add an outstanding individual to the team in the role of Student Services Coordinator. Responsibilities will primarily include the coordination of activities related to prospective students and families, including managing data related to the college’s enrollment goals, conducting outreach efforts to attract new students, and fostering strong relationships with partner units and organizations. There will also be a component of advising students on academic planning. The person selected will need to have skills in logistical planning of events and activities, and possess strong communication skills. Being able to work as part of a highly productive and functional team is a must.
ASSISTANT SCIENTIST CALS/BIOCHEMISTRY Madison
The Department of Biochemistry is currently seeking an outstanding Assistant Scientist to join the Wickens laboratory! Research approaches in the Wickens Laboratory include in vivo strategies, test tube assays, microinjection studies and genomics. Come join our incredible research team!
HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT - AD CALS/ADM SVCS CTR/RUSSELL LABS Madison
Under general supervision, this position is responsible for performing paraprofessional human resources activities in the areas of recruitment, classification, compensation, and other related payroll activities and human resources processes in the Administrative Center of Russell Labs. The position serves the Departments of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, Entomology and Plant Pathology. This group is comprised of over 400 faculty, academic staff, University staff, employees-in-training, and approximately 120-140 Graduate Assistants, fellows and students and serves the research, instructional, student services and outreach activities, with research expenditures exceeding $33 million annually. The Departments have a variety of funding sources, many from Federal and non-Federal grants and awards.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - FOREST ECOLOGY CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL Madison
Here is a rewarding and challenging opportunity to conduct research and teach in forest ecology. Ideally, the successful candidate will focus on forest and landscape responses to change agents and the manipulation of forest structure and composition. Our new colleague will create a vibrant research program and make meaningful contributions in teaching; and mentoring undergraduates, graduates, and trainees. The Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is internationally known for its research, teaching, and outreach and we are eager to welcome a new colleague to work and collaborate with us.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR - INSECT VECTOR BIOLOGIST / INSECT PHYSIOLOGIST CALS/ENTOMOLOGY Madison
The Department of Entomology in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks an Assistant Professor specializing in the Physiological and Molecular Interactions between Insect Vectors of Human and Animal Diseases and their Associated Microbes.
TENURE-TRACK FACULTY IN GENETICS CALS/GENETICS Madison
The Department of Genetics in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks an Assistant Professor specializing in fundamental aspects of inheritance or its phenotypic manifestation.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING:ADVANCED MACHINERY SYSTEMS CALS/BIO SYS ENGR Madison
The Department of Biological Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking an outstanding researcher and effective instructor to fill a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level. This position will specialize in advanced machinery systems engineering for the efficient and environmentally sustainable production of food, animal feed, energy feedstock and bio-products.
FACULTY IN COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY CALS/COMM & ENVIRON SOC Madison
We seek an outstanding teacher and vigorous researcher to improve the ability to understand and intervene on intersecting social causes and consequences of environmental health issues.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SCIENCE COMMUNICATION CALS/LIFE SCI COMM Madison
Here’s a rewarding and challenging opportunity to conduct research and teach in strategic and/or marketing communications. Ideally, the successful candidate will have an active research program in marketing or strategic communications within the contexts of one or more of our College’s key strategic areas: health, food, bioenergy, climate change and community. He or she will teach undergraduate courses in the area of marketing strategic planning and in the fast-expanding business certificate program we offer. Our new colleague will also advise Masters and Ph.D. students and teach graduate level courses. The Department of Life Sciences Communication (LSC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is internationally known for its research, teaching and outreach programs and we are eager to welcome a new colleague to work with us in all three of these areas.
FACULTY IN BIOCHEMISTRY CALS/BIOCHEMISTRY Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Biochemistry (biochem.wisc.edu), requests applications for an Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor faculty position with an outstanding record of teaching and research relevant to high-resolution cryo-electron microscopy of biomolecules or cellular function. This faculty position is a tenure-track or tenured position, which requires a Ph.D. in Biochemistry or related field. Candidates for a tenured position must possess a sustained record of professional achievement as indicted by outstanding sponsored research and publications, teaching, and demonstrated leadership activities in the field over a minimum of at least 4 years. The successful candidate will bring both exceptional potential to advance a contemporary area of cellular or molecular biosciences and strength in the science of cryo-electron microscopy. An emphasis in single-particle structures, cryo-electron tomography, or both is expected. The candidate will carry out a vigorous, externally funded research program at the forefront of the application or development of cryo-electron microscopy, or both. The candidate will also teach graduates and undergraduates in the Biochemistry curriculum. Candidates who have already identified active, compelling biological research interests suitable for investigation using cryo-electron microscopy; who show exemplary skills in public presentation, teaching and scholarly writing; and who have interests in participating in the sustainable operation of state-of-the-art research infrastructure at UW-Madison are highly desirable. Early-stage investigators, those with more established research programs, and those with diverse backgrounds, worldwide, are invited to apply.

Work type

Locations

Categories