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EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT CALS/ADMIN/DEAN & DIR Madison
The Office of the Dean and Director in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) is seeking an executive assistant to join their dynamic work environment which includes a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities. This position provides specialized and advanced level administrative support to senior leadership and related programs in the college, as well as overall administrative support to the CALS Office of the Dean and Director. Located at the heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, CALS is devoted to the study of our living world. The college helps address problems and create opportunities that affect our food, our environment, our health and our energy future.
ASSISTANT DEAN FOR STUDENT ADVISING AND DEVELOPMENT CALS/UNDRGRD PRG & SRV Madison
The Assistant Dean for Student Advising and Development is responsible for leadership in career and academic advising by leading a college level team, providing leadership and vision in partnering with departments across the college and collaborating across campus in these areas. This position also leads student services (e.g. student orgs, student leadership initiatives) and student facing communication and events including Commencement and SOAR (Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration). The individual filling this role must work well with students, faculty, staff, and administrators in a cooperative team environment. The priorities of the position support the mission of CALS Academic Affairs to serve all students through their time on campus and into future career paths. In partnership with the Associate Dean and the leadership team, this position will foster a supportive environment and create/enhance opportunities for intellectual, personal, and professional development for all students. The office is a team-based environment and works in close collaboration with academic and administrative departments.
PRE-AWARD SPONSORED PROGRAMS, GRANTS & CONTRACTS SPECIALIST 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.
CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER, COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL & LIFE SCIENCES CALS/ADMIN/DEAN & DIR Madison
UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) seeks an accomplished and creative professional for the newly created position of Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) to help us grow our future. The successful candidate will advise the Dean, collaborate as a member of the Dean's senior leadership team, and partner with the Equity & Diversity Committee to advance the College's commitment to teaching, research, outreach, and service through Inclusive Excellence. The CDO will lead our new Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and related strategic initiatives, and collaborate with key constituencies to support their efforts to develop and deploy programs. Activities could include those that contribute to the recruitment, retention, and success of underrepresented students, staff, and faculty; enhance the CALS curriculum and teaching practices toward ensuring understanding and access for all; support research excellence that reflects and values our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in creating new knowledge, and; serve as a resource for students, student organizations, staff, and faculty. Moreover, the CDO will serve on and contribute expertise to governance and college committees. The successful candidate will be a leader who demonstrates cultural awareness and agility, exercises emotional intelligence, builds trust and credibility, and collaborates with a wide variety of stakeholders within a large complex organization and associated communities. The candidate will have experience and demonstrated success at creating an overarching diversity and inclusion strategy, and the ability to collect and use data to assess effectiveness.
AG LABORER - COGGER CALS/PLANT PATHOLOGY/POTATO OP Rhinelander
The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Seed Potato Program at the University of Wisconsin offers a dynamic work environment, including a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities related to seed potato certification and elite foundation seed production at our facility in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. The Farm Laborers would join our well-established team who produce greenhouse and field grown seed potatoes for Wisconsin’s seed potato industry and for research purposes.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES CALS/NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES Madison
The Department of Nutritional Sciences has received a unique opportunity to develop a research program with emphasis in the long-term on the nutrition and health effects of dairy and its components. The position is associated with the Dairy Innovation Hub, a newly established initiative supporting research and collaboration among UW institutions and disciplines. The Department of Nutritional Sciences is highly ranked, collegial, collaborative, dynamic, and successful.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF RUMEN MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY SCIENCES Madison
UW-Madison Department of Animal & Dairy Sciences is seeking a nine-month (academic year) tenure-track assistant professor with a passion for teaching and a vision for leading an independent, externally funded, and internationally recognized research program that focuses on rumen microbial physiology.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LAND & WATER STEWARDSHIP CALS/SOIL SCIENCE Madison
The College of Agricultural & Life Sciences at the UW-Madison is seeking an Assistant Professor to explore and develop innovative land and water stewardship solutions related to dairy production.
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN DAIRY ECONOMICS AND AGRIBUSINESS CALS/AG & APPLIED ECON Madison
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 or Associate Professor with research, teaching and outreach interests in dairy economics and/or dairy agribusiness. This position is supported by the Dairy Innovation Hub in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (https://dairyinnovationhub.wisc.edu/).
PROJECT COORDINATOR / ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT - KACAR LAB CALS/BACTERIOLOGY Madison
Are you looking for an opportunity to be a part of a large, dynamic research group within an equitable, inclusive and diverse working environment? This position serves as a project coordinator of administrative, budgetary and communication related activities for a new NASA Astrobiology Research Center at the UW-Madison Department of Bacteriology. Serves as a coordinator among the PI and the participating research labs and other collaborators, ensuring goals and objectives are met according to set timeline. This position starts at 50% FTE and will advance to 100% as the responsibilities progress. 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.
PROGRAM ANALYST CALS/SOIL SCIENCE Madison
The Department of Soil Science is hiring an Associate Program Analyst to be part of our SnapPlus software team. As part of a small software development team for SnapPlus and related products, this position involves web application design, development, and support. Come join our team!
PM OPERATIONS ASSISTANT CALS/AG RES STA/DAIRY FORG RES Prairie du Sac
The Dairy Forage Research Center is located between Prairie du Sac and Merrimac. Our team effort makes it possible to milk over 360 cows 3 times a day with a total herd of around 750. We breed year round so we never have a shortage of calves to care for. On the field side we plant and harvest around 1200 acres yearly. Between the benefits of working with the calves and cows we have the added benefits associated with being a UW Madison employee. Attention to detail is a must to ensure that all research data is collected accurately. If you love working with cows or farming in general, we want you to join our team.
SCIENTIST II CALS/PLANT PATHOLOGY Madison
The Department of Plant Pathology is seeking a skilled Research Scientist to support research efforts focusing on the microbiome of urban greenspaces, disease suppressive soils, and related research areas. Apply now for this exciting opportunity if you have experience identifying research problems, conducting research, and bioinformatics analysis in these areas.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST CALS/SOIL SCIENCE Madison
A Research Specialist is needed to support research in soil ecology in the Department of Soil Science under the supervision of Dr. Thea Whitman. Come join our team!
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS - CLUSTER HIRE CALS/AG & APPLIED ECON Madison
The Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics is seeking a full-time, tenure track Assistant Professor to develop research and teaching programs in the area of water economics. This position is part of a campus-wide cluster hiring initiative. Tenure home will be determined at time of hire.
ANIMAL RESEARCH TECH ADVANCED CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/ANIMAL OPS Arlington
If you are a hardworking, reliable individual, seeking a diverse position working with large animals, in a research and instructional based agricultural field, this may be what you are looking for! The Swine Research and Teaching Center in Arlington, WI is in need of an employee willing to learn, be flexible with daily work routines, and adapt to the needs of the unit in order to help ensure operations and animal care needs are met.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST CALS/GENETICS Madison
The Laboratory of Genetics seeks a Research Specialist for the Skop Lab. The Skop Lab is looking for a highly motivated, imaginative, independent individual to perform research focusing on elucidating of the function of a novel type of extracellular vesicle (EV) in cell-cell communication. Our lab specifically focuses on the RNA information that is assembled and transferred to neighboring cells via a large EV that is a direct byproduct of cell division, called the midbody remnant. We use a multi-disciplinary approach using genetics, biochemistry, genomics/proteomics, and molecular and cell biology techniques to study this process, utilizing stem cells and mammalian tissue culture systems. Much of the work involves tissue culture, RNA assays, RNAseq/genomics, cell/molecular biology and imaging. The successful candidate will be expected to take a primary role in organizing and managing their own project(s). Preference will be given to individuals with previous laboratory experience with cell biology techniques, high-resolution imaging, RNAseq analysis, and tissue culture systems. The ideal candidate should be creative, productive, and a self-motivated individual with the ability to think critically, learn quickly, work individually and as a team, and communicate well. We believe successful science is done in a diverse, inclusive, and equitable lab, and applicants who can work with us to create such an environment are particularly encouraged to apply.
MILKING PARLOR SPECIALIST CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/DAIRY HERD Arlington
If you are a hardworking, reliable individual, seeking a diverse position working with large animals, in a research based agricultural field, this may be what you are looking for! Blaine Dairy is home to 500 milking cows, 100 dry cows, and 100 neonatal heifer calves. This industry leading facility 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 animal care needs are met across the farm.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR CALS/BACTERIOLOGY Madison
The Department of Bacteriology is seeking candidates whose research addresses important questions at the forefront of any area of microbiology in any domain of life. The candidate should place an emphasis on molecular mechanisms underlying their area of research. University of Wisconsin-Madison ranks number one in Microbiology in the US, is top ranked in biological and physical sciences, and provides a world-class environment for the development of an outstanding research program. It is a vibrant place to learn and teach. Extensive collaborative opportunities are available within a diverse and supportive research community using cutting edge multidisciplinary approaches to examine all aspects of microbiology. The Department promotes diversity by engaging people with widely differing backgrounds, talents, perspectives, and styles.
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR VECTOR BIOLOGY OR ECOLOGY CALS/ENTOMOLOGY Madison
The Department of Entomology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a national and international leader in basic and applied aspects of insect biology, and has expertise ranging from molecular and sub-organismal biology to applied ecology. A core strength of the department is in public health and medical entomology. We are home to the Global Health undergraduate major as well as the Midwest Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Disease (MCE-VBD), a regional hub for training and research related to vector-borne diseases of humans. We seek to further develop these strengths with a new position in vector biology and disease ecology, with a candidate serving a leadership role in the Global Health major, and with the desire to participate in, and contribute to, the research and outreach mission of the MCE-VBD. We specifically seek to hire a Vector Biologist or Ecologist with expertise in arthropods that transmit human and/or zoonotic pathogens. Research areas that would be appropriate for this position are broadly in the area of vector biology, and may include strengths in arthropod/pathogen interactions at multiple scales (molecular/suborganismal, organismal, population, community, and regional scales), innovative strategies for management and control, and the emergence and transmission of vector-borne infectious disease. Research that incorporates a global health or international component is also desirable.

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