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PRE-AWARD SPONSORED PROGRAMS, GRANTS & CONTRACTS SPEC. CALS/RESEARCH DIV Madison
The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Research Division at the University of Wisconsin – Madison offers a dynamic work environment, including a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities related to pre-award budget development and grant proposal activities. The Research Administrator would join our well-established team who advise and support sponsored research activities for faculty and staff throughout CALS.
ADVISOR - BIOCHEMISTRY/MICROBIOLOGY ADVISING HUB CALS/BACTERIOLOGY Madison
The Departments of Biochemistry and Bacteriology are seeking a motivated, caring individual to join our undergraduate student services team. The Departments have established a hub of shared student services expertise located within the Hector F. DeLuca Biochemical Sciences Complex, serving both Biochemistry and Microbiology majors. This position is part of the team that provides advising and associated student services for a diverse population of approximately 800 - 900 undergraduate students from across CALS and L&S, including declared Biochemistry and Microbiology majors, and those interested in the majors. 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. UW-Madison is a public land-grant university home to world-class education seeking to solve real-world problems, a vibrant research portfolio, and deep traditions. As a part of the newly established hub, the successful candidate will join and support a diverse community of scholars, researchers, educators, and students committed to the Wisconsin Idea, creating an inclusive and diverse community, and striving for scientific innovation and educational excellence.
WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN - ACOUSTICS-PEERY LAB CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL California
Up to ten field technicians are needed to undertake field work for bioacoustics research projects throughout the Sierra Nevada region in California, approximately from April 18-July 31, 2022. This monitoring program uses autonomous recording units to survey for avifauna and provide information for research and management of forest owls and songbirds.
HERD HEALTH SPECIALIST CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/DAIRY HERD Madison
The Dairy Cattle Center within the heart of the UW-Madison campus is looking for a hardworking, dedicated animal care staff member to work with and care for the animals at the facility. The Department of Animal and Dairy Science has this industry leading research facility right here on the UW campus that houses over 80 cows used to help meet our teaching, research, and outreach missions. If you are passionate about animals, supportive of dairy research and want to learn how you can play a critical role in dairy research support, we invite you to apply for the position on our team.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL Madison
The Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology invites applications for a tenure track, nine-month Assistant Professor Faculty position specializing in natural resource economics. We are seeking candidates trained in economics and dedicated to applying their skills to make a difference for the environment and natural resources. They will create a vibrant research program, mentor undergraduates, graduates, and trainees, make meaningful contributions to our department's teaching mission, and engage with natural resources decision-makers. 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.
ACOUSTIC CREW LEAD CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL Madison
The Peery laboratory group seeks a full time crew lead to acoustically monitor avian species in the Sierra Nevada, California during the summer and curate/analyze the data at the University of Wisconsin-Madison during the rest of the year. The Department of Forestry and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison offers a dynamic work environment, including a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities related to ecology field research. The researcher would join our well-established team who advise and support field research and graduate student projects for members of the Peery laboratory group.
ANIMAL CARE TECHNCIAN I - TE CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/DAIRY HERD Arlington
The Emmons Blaine Arlington Dairy Research Center is part of the Integrated Dairy Facilities for the Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences at UW-Madison. Blaine Dairy is currently seeking hardworking, reliable individuals interested in working in a research based agricultural field. This industry leading facility, which is home to nearly 700 animals, is in need of part-time employees willing to learn, be flexible with daily work routines, and adapt to the needs of the operation in order to help ensure the highest quality of animal care needs are met across the farm while still upholding our research mission.
LABORATORY MANAGER CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY SCIENCES Madison
The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Department of Animal & Dairy Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison offers a dynamic work environment, including a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities related to Research lab management in a new, cutting-edge Meat Science and Animal Biologics facility.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT CALS/HORTICULTURE Madison
The Allen Centennial Garden is seeking an Administrative Assistant to work part-time, with flexible hours, and the ability to work remotely. The position will provide communication support to members of the Friends of the Allen Centennial Garden, Board members of the Friends, and potential new members.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST CALS/HORTICULTURE Madison
The Dawson research lab in the Department of Horticulture is seeking a Research Specialist to join the team. More information about the Dawson lab is available at: https://dawson.horticulture.wisc.edu/.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS CALS/AG & APPLIED ECON Madison
Summary: The Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks a full time, 9-month, tenure track faculty member at the rank of Assistant Professor whose research focus is relevant and impactful to the Wisconsin dairy industry and complements existing faculty strengths. Areas of specialization could include but are not limited to agricultural production economics, commodity markets, environmental economics, consumer demand, international trade, agricultural policy, agribusiness, community economic development, and related fields that will impactfully contribute to the dairy industry. We specifically seek an applied researcher with the quantitative and empirical skills needed to contribute to the Department's core missions, who also has the interest and ability to pursue research that adds to the Dairy Innovation Hub's capacity in its growing farm businesses and communities' priority area.
TEACHING FACULTY 1 CALS/LIFE SCI COMM Madison
The Department of Life Sciences Communication is seeking a Teaching Faculty 1 to teach LSC 450: Documentary Photography for the Sciences Spring Semester 2022. The class will meet Tuesdays & Thursdays 1-2:15 p.m.
BUDGET PLANNER & ANALYST CALS/ADMIN SVCS/BUS SVCS Madison
The Budget Planner & Analyst will be responsible for a wide variety of analysis and accounting activities in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS). As a large and complex college, CALS offers a dynamic work environment with limitless possibilities. This position will have a range of responsibilities including revenue generation activities, budgeting, forecasting, model building, cost driver analysis, reporting and analysis, policy compliance, and special projects.
DAIRY INNOVATION HUB ACCT CALS/ADMIN SVCS/BUS SVCS Madison
The Dairy Innovation Hub Accountant will be a full business partner with leaders of the Dairy Innovation Hub (DIH) as the group harnesses research and development to keep Wisconsin’s $45.6 billion dairy community at the global forefront. The position will oversee all financial aspects of DIH: accounting, reporting, analysis, budgeting, forecasting, scenario development, pre- and post-award proposal management, and special projects.
ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER CALS/GENETICS Madison
The Laboratory of Genetics in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and the School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking an individual to join our team as an Administrative Manager. You will be working with a collaborative and collegial group managing a variety of administrative functions. Responsibilities for this position include payroll, human resources, financial management, and other administrative tasks. The successful candidate will be a strategic thinker and self-starter with strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
ACT II - FLOAT / RELIEF WORKER CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/DAIRY HERD Arlington
The Emmons Blaine Arlington Dairy Research Center is part of the Integrated Dairy Facilities for the Department of Animal and Dairy Science at UW-Madison. Blaine Dairy is currently seeking hardworking, reliable individuals interested in working in a research based agricultural field. This industry leading facility, which is home to nearly 700 animals, is in need of an employee willing to learn, be flexible with daily work routines, and adapt to the needs of the operation in order to help ensure the highest quality of animal care needs are met across the farm while still upholding our research mission.
ACT II - FEEDER CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/DAIRY HERD Arlington
The Emmons Blaine Arlington Dairy Research Center is part of the Integrated Dairy Facilities for the Department of Animal and Dairy Science at UW-Madison. Blaine Dairy is currently seeking hardworking, reliable individuals interested in working in a research based agricultural field. This industry leading facility, which is home to nearly 700 animals, is in need of an employee willing to learn, be flexible with daily work routines, and adapt to the needs of the operation in order to help ensure the highest quality of animal care needs are met across the farm while still upholding our research mission.
ACT I - MILKER CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/DAIRY HERD Arlington
The Emmons Blaine Arlington Dairy Research Center is part of the Integrated Dairy Facilities for the Department of Animal and Dairy Science at UW-Madison. Blaine Dairy is currently seeking hardworking, reliable individuals interested in working in a research based agricultural field. This industry leading facility, which is home to nearly 700 animals, is in need of an employee willing to learn, be flexible with daily work routines, and adapt to the needs of the operation in order to help ensure the highest quality of animal care needs are met across the farm while still upholding our research mission.
WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN - PEERY CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL California
Five wildlife technicians are needed for a habitat ecology study of the California Spotted Owl in southern California. All positions will begin on March 15th and last until August 15th, 2022. The pay rate is $20.15 per hour. Wildlife technicians will conduct surveys for California spotted owls, assess owl reproductive status, and locate nest trees in the Los Padres and Angeles National Forests. Wildlife technicians will also record, transcribe, enter data into computer databases, and validate data that was collected in the field. A typical workweek is 40 hours. Field housing will be provided, but camping will occasionally be required during the work week. Schedules will be irregular, as owls are nocturnal, and work will sometimes require daytime follow-up visits. Technicians must work and live cooperatively. One of our primary goals is to monitor the status of owls in southern California, as well as to try to understand the environmental factors and forest management practices that impact spotted owl habitat. Ultimately, these results are translated into recommendations to land management agencies such as the US Forest Service responsible for maintaining viable spotted owl populations.
SMALL MAMMAL WINTER TRAPPING TECHNICIAN CALS/ FOREST & WILDLIFE ECOL Northern Wisconsin
One field technician needed to assist with winter small mammal trapping project in northern Wisconsin. Technician would be helping collect data for a long-term study looking at how winter small mammal communities are affected by forest management, forest structure, and annual snow cover. Animals will be captured using Sherman live traps and processed in the field. The data collected in this study will be used to inform forest management and understand how climate change and changing snow cover is affecting small mammal communities in northern forests.

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