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EMPLOYEE ACCOMMODATION SPECIALIST G SERV\VP\DIVERSITY\EDR Madison
EMPLOYEE ACCOMMODATION SPECIALIST summary: The Employee Disability Resources Office seeks a skilled and passionate professional for the role of Employee Accommodation Specialist. This highly engaged and collaborative position will specialize in supporting the employee workplace accommodation process at UW-Madison. We seek an experienced candidate to join our team who has a demonstrated commitment to access and inclusion for individuals with disabilities. The candidate must have exceptional communication and collaboration skills and the ability to exercise considerable judgment, discretion, and initiative. This position is integral in supporting the interactive disability accommodation process for employees/applicants, increasing awareness through education and training, and for assuring compliance within a complex framework of federal, state and university rules, regulations, and policies.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST - INFECTIOUS DISEASES SMPH\PEDIATRICS\INFECT DIS Madison
RESEARCH SPECIALIST - INFECTIOUS DISEASES summary: The Department of Pediatrics is looking for a Research Specialist to help run a vigorous and productive program in Molecular Pathogenic Mycology. The focus of the work broadly embraces the molecular and genetic mechanisms of host cell interactions with medically important Fungi. The position will require executing experiments involving gene cloning, expression and deletion, as well as biochemical analysis of such manipulations.
RESEARCHER I - INFECTIOUS DISEASES SMPH\PEDIATRICS\INFECT DIS Madison
RESEARCHER I - INFECTIOUS DISEASES summary: The Department of Pediatrics is looking for a Researcher I to help run a vigorous and productive program in Molecular Pathogenic Mycology. The focus of the work broadly embraces the molecular and genetic mechanisms of host cell interactions with medically important Fungi. The position will require executing experiments involving gene cloning, expression and deletion, as well as biochemical analysis of such manipulations.
SCIENTIST I - INFECTIOUS DISEASES SMPH\PEDIATRICS\INFECT DIS Madison
SCIENTIST I - INFECTIOUS DISEASES summary: The Department of Pediatrics is looking for a Scientist I to help run a vigorous and productive program in Molecular Pathogenic Mycology. The focus of the work broadly embraces the molecular and genetic mechanisms of host cell interactions with medically important Fungi. The position will require executing experiments involving gene cloning, expression and deletion, as well as biochemical analysis of such manipulations.
CURATOR OF MAMMALS AND BIRDS L&S/INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY Madison
CURATOR OF MAMMALS AND BIRDS summary: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Zoological Museum seeks an enthusiastic Curator of Mammals and Birds who will expand and accentuate our extensive vertebrate collections. This position is responsible for the direction and growth of the mammal and bird skin and skull collections, specimen preparative activities, and development of a collections-based research program which includes publications and presentations that highlight their research. Come join our vibrant Museum team!
COMMUNITY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT EDUCATOR - WASHBURN AND BURNETT COUNTY EXT/YFH/YTH/CYD/COMM YTH DEV Washburn
COMMUNITY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT EDUCATOR - WASHBURN AND BURNETT COUNTY summary: Come be a part of Wisconsin’s largest classroom! A rewarding experience awaits you at the UW-Madison Division of Extension Burnett and Washburn Counties. Our passionate and collaborative state-wide staff actively partner youth and volunteers with schools and local organizations to transform lives and communities through the power of research and education. There are professional development opportunities to continue learning and growing in your career. We offer a very generous leave package (sick, vacation, personal days and holidays), competitive salary based on experience, and promote a healthy life-work balance. Join our team and help make a difference for youth by fostering leadership development, community service and hands-on learning.
DISSEMINATION AND IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE SCIENTIST SMPH/ICTR/ICTR-ADM Madison
DISSEMINATION AND IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE SCIENTIST summary: D&I Launchpad seeks a D&I Scientist to join its vibrant team. The successful candidate will contribute to the program growth by collaborating with researchers on a variety of projects. This includes consulting with investigators and their teams on the application of D&I scientific methods to translational research projects. This includes consultations on study designs, implementation science frameworks, and research methods to conduct translational research. The Scientist will also work with design thinking experts to train research teams and research networks in health innovation development, collaborate on grant applications, and author publications. The Scientist will assist with planning, implementation, and evaluation of novel D&I Launchpad programs, and prepare scientific presentations and manuscripts to report on evaluation results. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, highly organized, capable of advancing multiple projects, skilled in collaborating with other campus units engaging in D&I, and thrive in a fast paced environment.
HR GENERALIST CALS/ADMIN SVCS/HUMAN RES Madison
HR GENERALIST summary: The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) is looking for a dynamic HR Generalist to join the CALS HR Team. This position will be responsible for a wide range of HR related tasks and will provide support and assist in the areas of recruitment, payroll, benefits, and other general HR functions. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, coordinating recruitment activities, handling payroll paperwork, coordinating onboarding and offboarding processes, and responding to HR related inquiries. Well qualified candidates will have excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills (written and verbal) and the ability to effectively interact and communicate strategically with administrative leadership, employees, and the public.
BUILDING SERVICES SUPERVISOR U HSG\RHF\OPERATIONS Madison
BUILDING SERVICES SUPERVISOR summary: University Housing Facilities is looking for a Building Services Supervisor to join our team! This role will provide supervision and support to a team of career and student custodians, provide operational support to Dining & Culinary Services, Maintenance, and Capital Projects, and be responsible for short, medium, and longer term plans/projects. If you are someone who has supervisor experience and have always wanted to be a Badger you are encouraged to apply! A generous benefits package including paid vacation, personal holiday, and sick leave is provided!
PRODUCER PUB MEDIA/PBS WISCONSIN Madison
PRODUCER summary: Come join the team at PBS Wisconsin! Produce compelling and creative broadcast and digital content for PBS Wisconsin's statewide audience. Bring Wisconsin's stories to life, with content that explores the state's diverse people, places, events, and cultures. Join our award-winning team and produce projects similar to: Wisconsin From the Air, Mike Leckrone: Wisconsin's Showman, Wisconsin's Scenic Treasures, Wisconsin Hometown Stories and Nancy Zieman: Extraordinary Grace.
ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR HEALTH EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION NUR/DEAN'S OFFICE/ADMIN Madison
ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR HEALTH EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION summary: The School of Nursing is seeking an Associate Dean for Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (AD-HEDI) to lead further expansion of the school’s efforts in these vitally important areas. The AD-HEDI will be part of the Dean’s Executive Leadership Team, which is integral in the development and implementation of the School’s strategic direction. Located in the beautiful Signe Skott Cooper Hall on the west end of UW’s campus, the School of Nursing strives for inclusive excellence and fosters an academic environment that welcomes diversity in students, faculty, staff, and the curriculum. If being part of this amazing program sounds exciting to you, please apply! (Note: this PVL is for tenured or tenure-eligible faculty candidates. Non-tenured applicants are encouraged to apply under our separate PVL #271006.)
ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR HEALTH EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION NUR/DEAN'S OFFICE/ADMIN Madison
ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR HEALTH EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION summary: The School of Nursing is seeking an Associate Dean for Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (AD-HEDI) to lead further expansion of the school’s efforts in these vitally important areas. The AD-HEDI will be part of the Dean’s Executive Leadership Team, which is integral in the development and implementation of the School’s strategic direction. Located in the beautiful Signe Skott Cooper Hall on the west end of UW’s campus, the School of Nursing strives for inclusive excellence and fosters an academic environment that welcomes diversity in students, faculty, staff, and the curriculum. If being part of this amazing program sounds exciting to you, please apply! (Note: this PVL is for non-tenured applicants. Tenured or tenured-eligible faculty are encouraged to apply under our separate PVL #271011.)
DESK SERVICES COORDINATOR U HSG\EVENT MANAGEMENT Madison
DESK SERVICES COORDINATOR summary: University Housing is looking for a customer-oriented and energetic individual to join our Desk Services team! We are a dynamic operation with an emphasis on high standards for administrative processes and excellent customer service. The Desk Services Coordinator will assist with managing the Residence Hall Desk Services operation during the summer conference season and the academic year. This position will also provide administrative assistance and support to a variety of Desk Services and Residential Operations related functions.
PLANT TRANSFORMATION SPECIALIST CALS/WCIC/WCIC Madison
PLANT TRANSFORMATION SPECIALIST 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. Together with the other members of this team, you will help turn ideas into real plants that can be tested and evaluated. The WCIC works on many species of plants and there is a great opportunity to learn a number of interesting protocols in the plant transformation pipeline.
ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN II VET M/ANIMAL RESOURCE CENTER Madison
ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN II summary: The School of Veterinary Medicine's Charmany - Animal Resource Center (ARC) is looking for hard working, dedicated animal care staff for our laboratory animals! The Animal Care Technician will perform laboratory animal care duties as well as health monitoring of assigned animals. 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!
GME PROGRAM MANAGER SMPH/MEDICINE/MEDICINE Madison
GME PROGRAM MANAGER summary: The Department of Medicine (DOM) Internal Medicine Residency Program is recruiting a Graduate Medical Education (GME) Program Manager to support the day-to-day administration of the residency program and ensure program compliance within established accreditation regulations. The Internal Medicine Residency Program includes more than 90 post-graduate trainees (residents) and is supported by an innovative and highly skilled team of staff and faculty. Under the direction of the GME Administrator, the Program Manager will work collaboratively with the residency education staff team, the Residency Program Director, multiple Associate Program Directors, Chief Residents, and the DOM Assistant Director of Education. The Program Manager will assist with developing and maintaining the educational quality of the training program and ensure that GME policies and procedures, and other regulatory requirements are met. The person in this position will interface regularly with faculty, trainees, and other staff in the DOM and GME office. The position requires someone who is self-directed with a high degree of professionalism, outstanding organizational skills, attention to detail, excellent verbal and written communication skills, flexibility, and the ability to prioritize multiple competing deadlines. The individual working in this position will benefit from prior experience working for an academic medical institution, interest in and knowledge of Graduate Medical Education, and experience managing projects, curricular activities, and/or events for adult learners and faculty.
FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANT- TE WU/DELI/BM BIOCHEM Madison
FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANT- TE summary: Badger Markets on the West Side of campus is looking for a friendly and customer service oriented person to stock grab n go, beverages and snacks as well as provide friendly service to customers. Able to work with students, no experience necessary. 29 hours per week. During Monday - Friday 7am-3pm. (Hours vary during demand.) Come join our team and apply today!!!
EVENT COORDINATOR G SERV/CENTRAL OFF EVENTS&LOG Madison
EVENT COORDINATOR summary: The Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement (DDEEA) is looking for an Event Coordinator. The Event Coordinator plans, schedules, documents, and supports service delivery for events (both live and on virtual platforms). The position also provides logistical expertise and support for high-profile outreach activities. Candidates must be service-oriented in facilitating and fostering interaction and communication, possess strong leadership and strategic planning abilities. The Event Coordinator must have a demonstrated commitment to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
SELECT AGENT AND DURC COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST FP&M/EHS/SELECT AGENT PROGRAM Madison
SELECT AGENT AND DURC COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST summary: The Office of Biological Safety is seeking a compliance specialist to support the Select Agent and Dual Use Research of Concern (DURC) Programs. These UW-Madison programs are among the largest and most complex in the nation. This position will work with federal agencies and campus stakeholders including safety professionals, researchers, building managers, and others to enable cutting-edge research by supporting safe laboratory practices and compliance with federal regulations.
PEOPLE OFFICE MANAGER G SERV\PEOPLE MADISON Madison
PEOPLE OFFICE MANAGER summary: The Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement (DDEEA) is hiring for an Office Manager/Administrative Lead for the Precollege Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence (PEOPLE) Madison Office. This position provides confidential, administrative and paraprofessional support and work of considerable complexity. This position acts as liaison between PEOPLE and many others University departments, schools, and colleges to serve human resources, financial, business services, and administrative needs.

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