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MEDICAL PROGRAM ASSISTANT SMPH/EMERG MED Madison
The BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) is in search of a Medical Program Assistant that will support our Education team! The incumbent will perform administrative duties to meet faculty, department, hospital, and UW Health goals. The individual hired will assist faculty and staff in the successful performance of the departmental clinical, teaching, administrative, and research activities. Responsibilities include constant tracking, prioritizing, organizing, and communicating of multiple ongoing initiatives at various stages of progress. If this sounds like the position for you, apply today!
PEER NAVIGATOR PROGRAM COORDINATOR SMPH/MEDICINE/INFECT DIS Madison
The University of Wisconsin, Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases seeks a candidate to serve as the Wisconsin Peer Navigator Program Coordinator. This position is a member of the HIV Care Unit at the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Division of Public Health, Bureau of Communicable Diseases within the HIV Program (1 West Wilson Street, Madison, WI).
FACILITIES PLANNING SPECIALIST SMPH/ADMIN/PHYSICAL FACILITIES Madison
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) is looking for a driven planner with a strategic and collaborative mindset, focused on the future of Higher Education and biomedical research settings. The Facilities Planning Specialist is responsible for spatial data management, space analysis/reporting, programming/planning of SMPH's 1.6 million assignable square feet and occupant/equipment relocation; including architectural and interior design components with working knowledge of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and technological systems. Duties include contributing in long and short-range planning and operations for the SMPH Department of Medicine (DOM) and other departments assigned by the Assistant Dean. The position will advise on the most efficient and effective use of current and future space resources following established policy and guidelines.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT III SMPH/ONCOLOGY/ONCOLOGY Madison
The Department of Oncology/McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research is seeking administrative support to the Chair of Oncology/Director of McArdle and the McArdle Administrative Team; oversee departmental communications including administration of departmental seminar series, website and social media accounts.
MEDICAL PROGRAM ASSISTANT SMPH/EMERG MED Madison
The BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM) is in search of a Medical Program Assistant that will support our Clinical and Leadership teams! The incumbent will perform administrative duties to meet faculty, department, hospital, and UW Health goals. The individual hired will assist faculty and staff in the successful performance of the departmental clinical, teaching, administrative, and research activities. Responsibilities include constant tracking, prioritizing, organizing, and communicating of multiple ongoing initiatives at various stages of progress. If this sounds like the position for you, apply today!
OFFICE ASSOCIATE L&S/UW SURVEY CENTER/UW SURVEY Madison
Come work in an engaging, fun atmosphere and learn how to become an expert in administering social science research. For over 25 years, the University of Wisconsin Survey Center (UWSC) has provided a broad range of high quality survey research services to the UW community, governmental agencies, and not-for-profit organizations. Place outbound calls for UWSC projects and interview respondents over the telephone. The UW Madison Survey Center is a collaborative, welcoming, and supportive workplace where the right candidate can build a meaningful and rewarding career.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR DCS/ACAD&PRG-NONCR/NON-CREDIT Madison
The Department of Liberal Arts and Applied Sciences is looking for a Program Coordinator to plan and implements quality, revenue generating continuing education programming for adult learners.
RESEARCH SCIENTIST ENGR/CHESS PROGRAM Madison
CHESS is looking for a full-time Research Scientist. The person in this role will be responsible for identifying and pursuing research opportunities and disseminating research results that advance the Center's mission to develop and disseminate innovative health systems. The incumbent is expected to bring with or develop a research portfolio that uses their skills to address the questions of health system design, implementation of evidence-based practices, and/or technology development to enhance the delivery of care. The incumbent is responsible for designing and implementing study protocols, designing and managing systems for collecting and storing study data, developing manuscripts for publication based on research conducted at the Center, and securing funding through own grants for their research portfolio.
MANAGER OF CATERING - WEDDINGS WU/CATER&CONF/US CATERING Madison
We are seeking an ambitious candidate to manage weddings and catered events at the WIsconsin Union. The position requires excellent customer service skills, and the ability to lead a team that can execute weddings and catered events.
ASSOCIATE VICE PROVOST OF LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES & DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC TECH DOIT/AT/DEPT OFFICE Madison
The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is looking for a partnership-focused, collaborative, and strategically oriented IT leader to be our next Associate Vice Provost of Learning Technologies and DoIT Director of Academic Technology. This position leads the DoIT Academic Technology department that advances technical innovation and provides services supporting teaching and learning with technology. DoIT AT collaborates with university partners to design, develop and evaluate technology-enhanced learning experiences and provides teaching, learning, and research application development, integration and infrastructure services. The department also includes programs to cultivate pre-college opportunities as well as group focused on digital accessibility and user experience for the university.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, NOTICE OF FILING CALS/DAIRY SCIENCE Madison
The position has been filled. This posting is mandatory to meet a United States Department of Labor requirement. See the job posting for more details.
COORDINATING EDITOR/LAB MANAGER L&S/CHEMISTRY/CHEMISTRY Madison
The Coordinating Editor/Laboratory Manager has a dual role with the Zanni Research Group. Under the direction of Professor Martin Zanni, the incumbent will provide editorial project management services for the Journal of Physical Chemistry. In addition, the position will manage the day-to-day activities of the Zanni Research Group and assist with grants management.
PAYROLL AND BENEFITS SPECIALIST L&S/GEOGRAPHY/GEOGRAPHY Madison
The Department of Geography is seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented person to join our administrative team. This position will work closely with department staff to ensure timely and accurate processing of appointments and payroll changes. This position will also serve as the benefits resource for the department.
COORDINATOR OF SPORT PROGRAMS REC SP/IM SPORTS Madison
At University Recreation & Wellbeing, we practice what we preach. We work hard. We move fast. We aren’t afraid to fail, and we certainly aren’t afraid to stand out. We’re searching for two coordinators to join our Sport Programs team during a very exciting time for our Division--to assist in managing comprehensive intramural sports and sport club programs. With our recent rebranding behind us, we’ve set our sights on opening the Nicholas Recreation Center, a highly-anticipated $87.5M state-of-the-art facility and the first building project of a $236M Master Plan. At the same time, we’ve started to design our second building project of the Master Plan, a $110M replacement of the current Gymnasium – Natatorium. But we’re more than a building. We’re building a movement. And we’re looking for go-getting, limit-pushing, movement-loving people to join us. If this sounds like you, we hope you’ll consider applying to join our team. The Division of Student Affairs at UW-Madison includes Recreation & Wellbeing, 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.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST SMPH/ONCOLOGY/ONCOLOGY Madison
The Kenney laboratory at the McArdle Laboratory for Cancer Research is seeking a highly-motivated technician to join our team studying how the human Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) promotes cancer and other human diseases. The position will involve both laboratory management, as well as providing technical support to other members of the lab, including graduate students and Ph.D. scientists.
HIP ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST SMPH/POP HEALTH SCI/HIP Madison
With a growing portfolio of current and future projects, the Health Innovation Program and its affiliate, the UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community-Academic Partnerships (CAP), are seeking an Administrative Specialist to assist in enabling effective partnerships between researchers and healthcare and community organizations to support mutual interests and ensure learnings are shared to support ongoing change. This position will provide organizational and interpersonal support to facilitate effective communications, meeting, event planning and information/data tracking.
COORDINATOR OF ATHLETIC TRAINING REC SP/CLUB SPORTS Madison
At University Recreation & Wellbeing, we practice what we preach. We work hard. We move fast. We aren’t afraid to fail, and we certainly aren’t afraid to stand out. We’re searching for a Coordinator of Athletic Training responsible for the management of Athletic Training services for the Division of Recreation & Wellbeing which include, but are not limited to: sport club events, Recreation & Wellbeing special events, a variety of scheduled and drop-in athletic training clinics across campus, and assisting with educational programs for students and professionals. With our recent rebranding behind us, we’ve set our sights on opening the Nicholas Recreation Center, a highly-anticipated $87.5M state-of-the-art facility and the first building project of a $236M Master Plan. At the same time, we’ve started to design our second building project of the Plan, a $110M replacement of the current Gymnasium – Natatorium. But we’re more than a building. We’re building a movement. And we’re looking for go-getting, limit-pushing, movement-loving people to join us. If this sounds like you, we hope you’ll consider applying to join our team. The Division of Student Affairs at UW-Madison includes Recreation & Wellbeing, 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.
INSTRUCTIONAL CONSULTANT CALT/EXCEL Madison
The Collaborative for Advancing Learning and Teaching (the Collaborative) promotes and supports excellence in teaching and learning at UW-Madison. The Collaborative is seeking a new staff member to join a team of teaching and learning professionals dedicated to partnering with faculty to enhance instruction and student learning experiences. The Instructional Consultant will work primarily with the Excel Initiative. The Excel team is comprised of staff who value collaboration and the ongoing development of our work and ourselves. The Instructional Consultant will be an essential member of the Collaborative and will have the opportunity to help shape the nascent Excel Initiative. The Excel Initiative is a course design and implementation initiative intended to help instructors apply evidence-based and learner-centered teaching practices to their courses. Excel supports the development of active learning and inclusive classroom environments by providing individualized support to instructors, instructional resources, and evidence-based approaches to course design and instruction. In addition to their work with Excel, this staff member may also be assigned to assist with projects in other areas of the Collaborative based on program needs and staff expertise.
MSAN ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST EDUC/WCER Madison
The MSAN Consortium, part of the Wisconsin Center for Education Research is seeking an Engagement Specialist to lead MSAN's communication and technical assistance efforts in order to meet the growing needs of the organization.
ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN VCRGE/PRIMATE/PRIMATE Madison
The Primate Research Center is looking for hard working, dedicated animal care staff to work with and care for our nonhuman primate colony. If you are passionate about animals, supportive of biomedical research and want to learn how you can play a critical role in research support, we invite you to apply for a position on our team!

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