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LEAD CATALOGER AND SUPPORT SPECIALIST L&S/COMPUTER SCI/COMP SCI Madison
The Internet Scout Research Group in the Department of Computer Sciences seeks a Lead Cataloger and Support Specialist to work on digital cataloging efforts.
HEALTH DATA SYSTEMS ENGINEER/TECHNICAL LEAD WSLH/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Madison
This position is also responsible for ensuring that DPH data, systems and technical environments meet industry standards that facilitate national and DPH needs while achieving the Division's strategic goals. This position functions in a lead role - mentoring junior staffs and leading team members - while supporting public health business needs through the implementation of secure integrated public health data and information systems. It serves as the development and technical lead in supporting existing DPH Informatics infrastructure environments and also involves the investigation and implementation of complex and emerging technologies.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - RARC OPERATIONAL SERVICES VCRGE/RARC/RARC Madison
The Assistant Director of the Research Animal Resources and Compliance (RARC) unit will provide direct day-to-day support and leadership for the financial, purchasing, human resources, payroll and benefits, information technology, and animal program support personnel at RARC. The Research Animal Resources & Compliance (RARC) unit is based in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education (OVCRGE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. RARC is multidisciplinary in scope and provides veterinary and operational support to the UW-Madison animal care and use program.
IS NETWORK SUPPORT TECH I SMPH/MEDICINE/MEDICINE Madison
This position will provide computing support to customers from the University of Wisconsin Madison, Department of Medicine, faculty and staff. The position is responsible for assisting the help desk supervisor and network administrator with tasks such as setting up new PC's, installing software, installing hardware, problem solving IT issues, deploying new computers, and moving computers.
API/SOFTWARE ENGINEER ATH/GENERAL OPERATNS/TECHSERV Madison
Join the Wisconsin Athletics Technical Services Team as an API/Software Engineer!
INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGNER L&S/LEARNING SUPP SV/LSS Madison
Join the consulting team at L&S Learning Support Services! We work to advance the educational mission of the College of Letters & Science by supporting faculty and instructional staff with course design, multimedia production, and the thoughtful application of learning technology solutions.
ASSOCIATE IS SPECIALIST WSLH/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Madison
The Associate Information Specialist is responsible for the development and support of in-house applications, websites, interfaces, reporting systems, and the various LIMS (Laboratory Information Management Systems) that support the laboratories and divisions affiliated with WSLH. This position also works with the Development Team to support third-party application, system, and data integrations. This position requires the ability to work independently as well as in teams consisting of staff from multiple areas (business, technical, and vendor staff). The incumbent will utilize various programming languages and frameworks as assigned by the IS Development Supervisor to develop and support the WSLH information systems.
HELP DESK ANALYST SMPH/RADIOLOGY/RADIOLOGY Madison
The Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking a Help Desk Analyst. This position will be responsible for the computer needs of those in the department.
HELP DESK SPECIALIST ENGR/COMPUTER AIDED ENGR Madison
Computer-Aided Engineering seeks an engaging new staff member to join our customer service team. The individual in this position will primarily work with helping triage and increase our effectiveness at the help desk by mentoring student staff and creating training materials and knowledgebase articles. This position will also take lead on new technical support initiatives as they arise - past examples would be MFA-Duo deployment and VoIP conversion. As needed, this position will also provide backup for a number of customer related areas in our student computing labs and staff support.
ADVISING SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR CALT/UNDERGRAD ADV Madison
The Advising System Administrator provides support for both the Office of Undergraduate Advising (OUA) and the broader academic and career advising communities for the enterprise IT systems critical to advising activities at UW-Madison. These systems include: Handshake, Starfish Connect (currently used for student scheduling), the Advising Gateway, and Advisor Notes System (ANS).
INFORMATION SPECIALIST ENROLLMENTMGMT/ADMISSIONS Madison
Under the general supervision of the Associate Director of Information Systems and Technology, the Information Specialist focuses on supporting and managing technical system processes that engage a wide variety of functions in the Office of Admissions and Recruitment. The Information Specialist will unite technical knowledge and ability with admissions and recruitment business process to fully leverage existing enterprise systems. The Information Specialist will perform administrative processing, business analysis, development, and maintenance within admissions and recruitment information systems. The individual will provide solutions to business process needs by developing a full knowledge of existing applications, developing customizations, and/or suggesting product alternatives. This position is a part of an eight-person unit and will manage system set-up, as well as have responsibility for performing, auditing, and troubleshooting system processes. This individual will begin as a general technologist and be assigned work according to their strengths/interests and office needs.
APPLICATION PLATFORMS SUPERVISOR DOIT/AIS/WEB PLATFORMS&SOLUT Madison
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is looking for Supervisor for our Application Platforms team. We are seeking an individual who will coach and mentor staff to deliver high-quality, cost-effective services that meet high standards of operational excellence.
ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM SPECIALIST EXT/OPS/DEAN'S OFFICE Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension is seeking an Administrative Program Specialist who will report directly to the Associate Dean of Operations & Policy. The primary responsibilities for this position include designing and implementing core operational processes, policies and functions; serving as the primary liaison across Extension operational units to coordinate the development and enhancement of core operational processes; and serving as the project manager for special internal projects that support UW-Extension Operations and Leadership. Candidates experienced with project management in higher education preferably UW-Extension are encouraged to apply.
CHEMICAL INVENTORY PROGRAM MANAGER FP&M/EHS/CHEMICAL SAFETY Madison
This position will be responsible for implementing and maintaining a campus-wide chemical inventory management system by working with key stakeholders on the essential features of the chemical inventory system, working with a select vendor on identifying system requirements, and developing an implementation plan-including the identification of necessary resources needed for the implementation.
SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS SERVICE Madison
The Clinical and Health Informatics Institutes (CHI2) at the School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking an experienced Systems Administrator to join their team! The systems administrator is responsible for the designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining a strategy for server administration, security and access management, applications, and upgrade/update installation. The incumbent also designs, implements, and supports server infrastructure including physical servers, virtual servers, virtualization technologies, and infrastructure support tools. The systems administrator works independently on routine assignments and guidance on more complex assignments. The incumbent has excellent troubleshooting skills and prioritizes tasks while working on more than one project.
CHIEF, BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS SMPH/ICTR/ICTR-ADM Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) invites applications from qualified candidates to serve as Chief, Biomedical Informatics (CBMI). This CBMI will have broad-ranging institutional responsibilities across SMPH, including leading the Clinical & Health Informatics Institute and developing the broad research informatics strategy to support the institution's strategic goals around biomedical informatics, predictive analytics, precision medicine, and translational research. In addition to having an appointment in a relevant clinical or basic sciences department, the CBMI will have an appointment in the UW-Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR), SMPH's center for clinical and translational sciences.
CHIEF, BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS SMPH/ICTR/ICTR-ADM Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) invites applications from qualified candidates to serve as Chief, Biomedical Informatics (CBMI). This CBMI will have broad-ranging institutional responsibilities across SMPH, including leading the Clinical & Health Informatics Institute and developing the broad research informatics strategy to support the institution's strategic goals around biomedical informatics, predictive analytics, precision medicine, and translational research. In addition to having an appointment in a relevant clinical or basic sciences department, the CBMI will have an appointment in the UW-Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR), SMPH's center for clinical and translational sciences.
DIRECTOR OF IT CALS/ADMIN SVCS/ADM COMP SVCS Madison
The Administrative Computing Services unit within the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) is seeking a Director of Information Technology position to join their dynamic work environment which includes a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities. The Director position holds a key leadership role while working closely with the Associate Dean for Business Services in CALS to advise, formulate and implement policies related to the management of the college's information technology needs supporting the college's 17 departments. Located at the heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, CALS is devoted to the study of our living world.
DATA SCIENTIST- PROGRAMMER ANALYST SMPH/MEDICINE/PULMON MED Madison
The Data Scientist (Programmer Analyst) will work under the Direction of Dr. Matthew Churpek, whose research focuses on using electronic health record data combined with epidemiology, biostatistics and machine learning methods to improve the care of hospitalized patients. They will be responsible for data cleaning and management, the development and maintenance of clinical research databases, and the development and execution of complex data analyses and modeling projects. Previous experience working with electronic health record data is preferred. They are responsible for reporting statistical data results and analyses for various research projects. The staff member will be responsible for providing data for abstract and manuscript submissions. They will also assist with the development of abstracts, posters, presentations, and manuscripts and will be involved in project monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, oversight of trainees, and dissemination of program results. This individual will also serve to oversee the data management team that includes other staff analysts and data managers and other research team members who may require data analysis support. By performing these duties, the Data Scientist will work with the PI, department, sponsor, and institution to provide analytical results and guidance on relevant aspects of the clinical study.
ERP SECURITY ANALYST DOIT/CYBERSECURITY/DEPTOFFICE Madison
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is looking for a Cybersecurity Analyst to help provide security control development, risk analysis and compliance program support for UW-Madison’s Office of Cybersecurity. This position’s responsibilities include designing and applying security controls; evaluating security risks and compliance strategies; offering direction, guidance and consultation; and making recommendations for the improvement in information security of enterprise IT systems primarily for UW System and UW-Madison enterprise business applications.

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