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PROJECT MANAGER, TECHNICAL PROJECTS DCS/ADMIN & FINANCE/ADMIN GEN Madison
Are you a critical thinker and excellent problem solver? Are you interested in working in a fast paced and creative environment? The Division of Continuing Studies is seeking a Project Manager to join our team. The position will be responsible for the direction, coordination, implementation, execution, control, and completion of large-scale, high-impact, cross-campus digital ecosystem IT projects.
GRANTS AND DATA ANALYST VCRGE/ADMIN/RSP Madison
Are you interested in having a positive impact on the research endeavors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison? Do you enjoy solving problems and are you detail-oriented? The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) seeks a Grants and Data Analyst to join the Electronic Research Administration (eRA) Team. This opportunity will allow you to assist in the management of the University's sponsored programs by developing grants analytics tools to monitor sponsored programs. This position will provide outreach and support to RSP staff, department administrators, researchers, and faculty across campus.
ENTERPRISE BUSINESS ANALYST DCS/ADMIN & FINANCE/ADMIN GEN Madison
Are you someone with exceptional analytic and conceptual thinking skills? Do you enjoy working in a fast paced and creative environment? The Division of Continuing Studies is seeking an Enterprise Business Analyst to join our team. The Business Analyst will work collaboratively with cross-functional teams on projects to develop and maintain business requirements alongside business operations staff, and work as part of testing teams to develop and test cases.
APPLICATION DEVELOPER VCRGE/ADMIN/INFORMATION TECH Madison
We make people's lives easier! We create solutions for faculty, staff, students, prospective students, campus leaders, and collaborators around the world. We design, build, test, deploy, and maintain web applications that support the research enterprise and the oversight of graduate education. We seek an enthusiastic software professional who is equally good with people and technology. If you have a positive attitude and strong skills, come join our fast-paced team. Our vision is to enable innovation at UW-Madison. Your vision is to join a team, oriented toward success.
AUDIOVISUAL SPECIALIST REC SP/PROGRAM OFFICE Madison
As we prep to open a brand new building next winter, the Division of Recreational Sports is looking for an Audiovisual Specialist to become a part of our team. This position is responsible for the management, operating, training, scheduling, maintaining, repairing, installing, troubleshooting, and tracking of all Divisional of Recreational Sports audiovisual (AV) equipment at the new Nicholas Recreation Center, Natatorium, Nielsen Tennis Stadium, Camp Randall Sports Center, Near West Turf Fields, the future lakeshore recreation center, and the future Near East Turf Fields. The equipment in these facilities support internal programming (fitness classes, club tournaments, classes, meetings) as well as external events. The position will support special events for audio, visual, and lighting. This position will work collaboratively with the Division’s staff and University Departments to maintain electronic door hardware, building security cameras, and IPTV. This position will be involved in the design of the audio, visual, lighting and multi-media features of the future lakeshore recreation center and the future Near East Turf Fields. The Division of Student Affairs at UW-Madison includes Recreational Sports, Student Life, University Health Services, and the Wisconsin Union. Together these units deliver quality services and programs that enhance the student experience, build a welcoming and engaging community, and further student success.
NETWORK APPLICATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR DOIT/NETWORK SVCS/CAMPUS NET Madison
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is looking for a Network Application System Administrator who is responsible for development and technical support of a Linux server environment. The primary skills required are familiarity with the design, installation, and maintenance of physical and virtual servers running one or more distributions of Linux. This includes formulation of system requirements and design alternatives; providing technical consultation, leadership, and support in the performance of system development and administration activities; and participation in quality and system assurance reviews.
WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER VCRGE/ADMIN/RSP Madison
Are you interested in having a positive impact on the research endeavors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison? Do you enjoy solving problems and are you detail-oriented? The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) seeks a Web Systems Developer to join the Electronic Research Administration (eRA) Team. This opportunity will allow you to assist in the management of the University's sponsored programs by developing web-based programs and tools for streamlining research administration. This position helps support RSP staff, department administrators, researchers, and faculty across campus.
FP&M AIM APPLICATION ANALYST FP&M PP DIRECTOR'S OFFICE Madison
UW-Madison Facilities Planning and Management is implementing a new integrated work management system (IWMS) and is hiring an application analyst to help people use the application to write queries and reports in the AiM software to drive decisions and maintenance of the campus facilities and space.
BIOSTATISTICIAN SMPH/SURGERY/SURGERY ADMIN Madison
The successful candidate will be responsible for the planning and execution of statistical/biostatistical analyses for various biomedical, clinical and outcomes/health services research projects. The incumbent will collaborate with physicians and scientists on research projects under the supervision of faculty and staff statisticians. Research projects that require biostatistical support include animal experiments, retrospective reviews of clinical data, prospective trials and clinical studies, as well as health services research projects involving large national datasets. The biostatistician will perform analyses after complete review of literature and consultation with faculty members.
IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT TEAM LEAD DOIT/ENTERPRISE/MIDDLEWARE Madison
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is seeking a Technical Team Lead. This position will help organize the work of the team, do technical work in identity and access management, and lead projects within our Interoperability Transformation Initiative. As a Technical Team Lead, you will have the opportunity to put your technical and leadership skills to work with our team and partners.
DEVELOPER DOIT/ADI/INTEGRATED APPS Madison
Join our small team of full-stack web developers working in an agile, DevOps environment to serve UW-Madison and beyond! We prioritize innovation and learning, collaborating with customers and other development teams to deliver high-quality software.
ASSISTANT DATA MANAGER WSLH/ENVIRN SC\TRC ELEM Madison
The Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, is searching for a Assistant Data Manager for it's National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP). The person in this position is responsible for data review and verification for NADP's Mercury Deposition Network (MDN) as well as providing back up data review for NADP's other monitoring networks, including the National Trends Network (NTN), Atmospheric Integrated Research Monitoring Network (AIRMoN), and Ammonia Monitoring Network (AMoN). Please see full position details for more information.
SIPS PROGRAMMER VCRGE/SPACE SCI/SPACE SCI Madison
The successful candidate will work with a team using a high-performance data ingest, archive, and processing system as part of the NASA Science Investigator-Led Processing System (SIPS) for the Atmosphere discipline of the Suomi NPP Science Team. The Atmosphere SIPS at SSEC is responsible for ingesting, storing, processing, and delivering data products from the VIIRS sensor onboard the Suomi NPP and NOAA-20 environmental satellites in earth orbit.
DATA SERVICES SPECIALIST EXT/OPS/PROGRAM SUPPORT SVCS Madison
The Data Services Specialist leads the design and use of central collection systems of institution-wide programming data. The core duties are to design, iterate, and implement institutional reporting policies, institutional procedures for program-related data input, and institutional digital infrastructures and collection systems. The Specialist also leads large-scale organizational evaluation and research efforts involving state-wide programming data.
DEVELOPMENT/OPERATIONS (DEV/OPS) SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR SMPH/RADIOLOGY/RADIOLOGY Madison
The Department of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health is seeking a Development/Operations Systems Administrator. This position will primarily be tasked with designing, developing, and implementing a strategy for configuration management, automation, monitoring, and release management of in-house software.
WIPAC SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER VCRGE/WIPAC/WIPAC Madison
The Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysice Center (WIPAC) is hiring a systems programmer. We are seeking a dependable professional to use their technical knowledge to successfully create and maintain quality software products. Interpersonal skills and teamwork are highly valued. In addition to the team at WIPAC, you will work with a diverse international community of researchers in a variety of scientific disciplines to ensure that our computing systems meet the current needs of our scientists as well as adapting to incorporate new analysis techniques as they are discovered. Find more information about us at wipac.wisc.edu.
COMPUTER SCIENCES RESEARCHER L&S/COMPUTER SCI/COMP SCI Madison
Join a world-class project as a researcher developing software tools for both the high performance computing and security fields. The Paradyn Project is a world leader in tools for the analyzing, instrumenting and modifying binary code, with applications in performance measurement, debugging, testing, software security, forensics, and many others. Our tools are used in research and commercial products around the world, including being an integral part of software for companies such as Cray and Red Hat, and part of efforts such as the Department of Energy's Exascale Computing Project. This is a chance to join a team that develops new ideas and techniques in binary code analysis and modification, and produces release-quality software to support academia, government and industry.

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