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CALS ACADEMIC ADVISING MANAGER CALS/ADMIN/ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Madison
CALS ACADEMIC ADVISING MANAGER summary: The Office of Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) is seeking an academic advising manager to join their dynamic work environment. This position serves as a primary point of contact for undeclared students as well as those who are exploring new academic interests. This position is one of two academic advising managers in the CALS Office of Academic Affairs, and will jointly support student success and belonging by supporting CALS affiliated student organizations, the management and facilitation of SOAR, and student focused events. We seek candidates with strong interpersonal and organizational skills and a passion for student development. Located at the heart of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, CALS is devoted to the study of our living world. Research and education in the college focuses on health, food, environmental sustainability and human well-being.
RESEARCH TECHNICIAN CALS/PLANT PATHOLOGY/POTATO OP Madison
RESEARCH TECHNICIAN summary: The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison offers a dynamic work environment, including a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities. The Horticulture Tech would join our well-established team who advise and supports UW-extension, Wisconsin Seed Potato Stakeholders and CALS faculty/staff.
COMMUNITY IMPACT MANAGER CALS/ADMIN/DEI Madison
COMMUNITY IMPACT MANAGER summary: Reporting to the Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the inaugural Community Impact Manager will play a key role in helping to maximize the short-and-long term impact and success of the new Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) within the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS). The Community Impact Manager will be responsible for the design and ongoing development of data reports and visualizations that will meaningfully and measurably support decision-making in achieving CALS-wide strategic diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) goals. Through effective partnerships with CALS stakeholder groups, including faculty, staff and students, the Community Impact Manager will play an organizing role in leveraging data to ensure DEI is practically integrated within key mission areas throughout the college. This will be achieved by implementing effective marketing and communication strategies to ensure broad awareness of DEI trends at CALS, as well as contributing to the ODEI’s ongoing engagement, outreach, and consultation efforts. Additionally, the Community Impact Manager will manage assessment/outcomes data for the ODEI, partner with CALS units to track compliance for required DEI training(s) and serve as a liaison to campus for relevant data-related requests and initiatives, such as climate surveys. Lastly, the Community Impact Manager will work with ODEI staff to identify and pursue external funding opportunities that will directly support strategic goals and priorities within the office.
GREENHOUSE MANAGER CALS/PLANT PATHOLOGY/POTATO OP Rhinelander
GREENHOUSE MANAGER summary: The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison offers a dynamic work environment, including a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities. The greenhouse manager would join our well-established team who advise and supports Wisconsin Seed Potato Stakeholders, University faculty/staff/students along with various other certification and research based programs.
INFRASTRUCTURE COORDINATOR CALS/ADMIN SVCS/ADM COMP SVCS Madison
INFRASTRUCTURE COORDINATOR summary: Farm to table is the movement of how our food is grown, processed, delivered, and prepared for kitchen tables across Wisconsin, America, and the World. The University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) has a long and rich history of teaching students in how to discover new and better ways to grow, harvest, and manage our food and natural resources. CALS success resides in the quality, work-ethic, and creativity of all employees. If you want to be a part of this movement and are an IT professional with solid networking, server management, and cybersecurity skills then please apply to become part of an inspiring team in a new position as our Infrastructure Coordinator. This new position reports to the CALS Information Security Officer and will work with faculty, researchers, and administration to manage, enhance, and secure our networking and server infrastructure both on the UW-Madison campus and across Wisconsin at the CALS Agricultural Research Stations.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT WITH AGRICULTURE CALS/COMM & ENVIRON SOC Madison
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT WITH AGRICULTURE summary: The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks a full time, 9-month, tenure track faculty member at the rank of Assistant Professor. The successful candidate will have an outstanding research record in public perceptions of and engagement with agricultural science and technology, with a research focus that is relevant and impactful for the Wisconsin dairy industry and complements existing faculty strengths. This might include but is not limited to public perceptions of and public engagement with: the role of science and technology in agriculture, animal welfare, the relationship between animal agriculture and land/water stewardship, labor relations, policymaking and regulation of dairy production and organization, consumer decision-making, the relationship between community health and animal agriculture, the history and development of supply chains, social equity and class dynamics surrounding food and agriculture, or public understanding of nutritional labels and content. Research with international and comparative dimensions is welcome. Housed within the Department of Community & Environmental Sociology, the position carries an expectation of teaching undergraduate and graduate courses and advising graduate and undergraduate students, with expectations for industry outreach and professional and university service. The ability to work in interdisciplinary settings and willingness to work with units across CALS will make this new colleague a perfect addition to CALS faculty. This position is supported by the Dairy Innovation Hub in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. For more information on the Dairy Innovation Hub (https://dairyinnovationhub.wisc.edu/) and UW-Madison CALS Hub efforts (https://cals.wisc.edu/dairy-innovation-hub/) please visit their websites.
Agricultural Equipment Operator I CALS/PLANT PATHOLOGY/POTATO OP Rhinelander
Agricultural Equipment Operator I summary: The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison offers a dynamic work environment, including a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities related to foundation seed potato production for us by seed potato growers in Wisconsin. The farm operation is located in Rhinelander, WI and is a remote location isolated from other production areas of the State. The aim of the program is to produce seed that is true to type, free from diseases and varietal mixture.
AGRICULTURAL LABORER CALS/PLANT PATHOLOGY/POTATO OP Rhinelander
AGRICULTURAL LABORER summary: The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison offers a dynamic work environment, including a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities related to foundation seed potato production for us by seed potato growers in Wisconsin. The farm operation is located in Rhinelander, WI and is a remote location isolated from other production areas of the State. The aim of the program is to produce seed that is true to type, free from diseases and varietal mixture.
ARLINGTON AG EQUIPMENT OPR CALS/AG RES STA/ARL Arlington, WI
ARLINGTON AG EQUIPMENT OPR summary: The Arlington Agricultural Research Station is seeking an Ag Equipment Operator. A qualified individual would have experience with operating agricultural machines and equipment and the ability to work as part of a team to support crop research and produce high-quality forage for animals.
FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANT CALS/FOOD SCIENCE/DAIRY PLT Madison
FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANT summary: The UW Babcock Dairy Store is looking for a Food Service Assistant. The Babcock Hall Dairy Store is part of the UW Babcock Dairy Plant, which is one of a few university dairy plant operations in the United States. We are looking for a detail-oriented and dependable individual to join our team. This individual will assist with related administrative and lead work activities such as inventory, scheduling, supervision of students, cash accounting and sanitation of Babcock Hall Dairy Store operations.
PLANT TRANSFORMATION RESEARCHER CALS/WCIC/WCIC Madison
PLANT TRANSFORMATION RESEARCHER summary: The Wisconsin Crop Innovation Center (WCIC) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, has an exciting career opportunity for the growth of our Production team that is responsible for taking client DNA and making and regenerating transgenic plants. Specifically, this Researcher I position will help improve the plant transformation capacity. Working with other center employees, you will be responsible for executing and optimizing current protocols for a variety of crops (mainly in the monocot area) as well as researching novel protocols. Duties will include but are not limited to plant transformation, tissue culture, plant sampling, media production, record- keeping/reporting and supervision of student hourly workers.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST CALS/FOOD SCIENCE Madison
RESEARCH SPECIALIST summary: The Department of Food Science is seeking a research specialist to join the Huynh Lab. The ideal candidate will have 1-2 years research experience in microbiology, biochemistry, or related field and able to work independently and coordinate multiple projects in a fast-paced work environment. The Huynh lab studies bacterial pathogenesis and antibiotic resistance.
PLANT ANALYSIS SPECIALIST CALS/WCIC/WCIC Madison
PLANT ANALYSIS SPECIALIST summary: The Wisconsin Crop Innovation Center (WCIC) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, has an exciting career opportunity for an experienced molecular biologist who will join the Plant Analysis Team. Together with our current Plant Analysis lead, the successful candidate will engage in a wide variety of tasks associated with evaluating the transgenic status of a variety of transgenic crops emerging from the Production Pipeline and entering the Greenhouse. The goal is to develop new products for clients and connect the other teams within the WCIC with timely data. Finally, you will get to interact with a number of interesting clients and their creative ideas that need your help to fully discover their potential.
PM SHIFT ANIMAL CARE TECH CALS/AG RES STA/DAIRY FORG RES Prairie du Sac
PM SHIFT ANIMAL CARE TECH summary: US Dairy Forage Research Center, a UW and USDA Ag Research Station, offers a dynamic work environment, giving employees a chance to learn and increase their knowledge in areas of cow and calf care. Following on farm training this position will work independently to fill the responsibilities of the position. This could be your opportunity to assist in today’s dairy research projects which will help tomorrow’s dairy industry and farmers around the globe. Improving animal care, nutrition and efficiency while reducing green house gases in our environment.
ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN II CALS/ANIMAL & DAIRY/DAIRY HERD Arlington, WI
ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN II summary: 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 a hardworking, reliable individual 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.
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF NEMATOLOGY CALS/PLANT PATHOLOGY Madison
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF NEMATOLOGY summary: The Department of Plant Pathology seeks a Nematologist to develop impactful translational and/or basic research, and instructional programming. Area of nematology research interest is open. Hire can be at Assistant or Associate Professor level, and applications are encouraged from citizens of any nation.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR & EXTENSION SPECIALIST CALS/BIO SYS ENGR Madison
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR & EXTENSION SPECIALIST summary: The Department of Biological Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking candidates for a tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level specializing in water management for agricultural systems.
RESEARCH ADMINISTRATOR CALS/AGRON&HORT/ADMIN Madison
RESEARCH ADMINISTRATOR summary: The Departments of Agronomy and Horticulture are seeking an organized, self-motivated Research Administrator to assist with research administration activities for faculty involved in lab and field research activities and industry sponsored trials. There are opportunities for both pre-award, as well as post-award activities. We offer a team environment with workplace flexibility.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS CALS/AG & APPLIED ECON Madison
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS summary: The Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks a full-time, tenure-track, assistant professor in development economics. The successful candidate will join a vibrant development economics group on a campus with broad and deep international expertise. Potential areas of focus include but are not limited to: global health, human capital, global markets and international trade, inequality, and growth and development in low-income economies. The teaching load is two courses per year.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF VALUE-ADDED AGRICULTURE CALS/AG & APPLIED ECON Madison
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF VALUE-ADDED AGRICULTURE 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. We seek a well-trained applied economist to develop a research program on value-added agriculture in Wisconsin and the nation. The candidate will also engage with stakeholders and produce complementary educational outreach products with direct relevance to value-added agriculture in Wisconsin and the nation as an Extension specialist.

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