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LEE ESTER FELLOW PUB MEDIA/WPR Madison
Come join the team at Wisconsin Public Radio! The Lee Ester News Fellow is considered a developmental reporter at WPR. Regular and concentrated coaching on writing, editing, voicing and other aspects of radio news reporting is an important developmental element of this fellowship. The news fellow will also contribute to WPR’s online news efforts.
ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY RECORDS OFFICER LIBR\ARCHIVES Madison
UW-Madison’s Archives is seeking a creative, well organized, and forward-thinking professional who is passionate about records management. The University’s records management program facilitates ongoing business activities, ensures public accountability, and preserves the history of the UW System. The program provides the appropriate policies, structure, and directives to comply with applicable federal and state law. The Assistant University Records Officer will work with many stakeholders across the state to collect, preserve, and help make available UW-Extension records. Additionally, this position will develop training and educational programs, create and implement policies and procedures, and participate in other activities that will help foster and build relationships with UW-Extension offices and programs.
ACCOUNTANT PUB MEDIA/DIRECTOR'S OFF Madison
Come join the team at Wisconsin Public Media! This position will perform advanced accounting duties following generally accepted accounting principles and procedures for PBS Wisconsin and Wisconsin Public Radio, jointly known as Wisconsin Public Media (WPM), and non-profit organizations that support WPM: Friends of PBS Wisconsin and Wisconsin Public Radio Association.
IDENTITY & ACCESS MANAGEMENT ENGINEER DOIT/AIS/IAM Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is looking for an Identity and Access Management Engineer to join our dynamic, growing team. DoIT supports teaching and learning at UW-Madison by providing innovative, user-centered, reliable technology solutions. The division is made up of more than 600 employees working together across multiple departments. A job with DoIT means great benefits, meaningful work and a supportive environment that prioritizes family and personal life/work balance.
MATERIAL LIAISON FP&M/PP O&M/ELECTRIC SHOP Madison
Here is an exciting opportunity with the Physical Plant Electric Shop at UW-Madison as a Material Liaison. This position is responsible for facilitating the Electric Shop's material requirements. This includes developing individual purchase requests, facilitating requirements for shop store inventory, managing shop stock, facilitating delivery of material, and communicating material status. This position will be the material and inventory Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the Electric Shop.
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR NOTICE OF FILING WSB/REAL ESTATE & ULE 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.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR NOTICE OF FILING WSB/OPERATIONS & INFO MGMT 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.
SCIENTIST SMPH/PATHOL-LAB MED/ANAT PATH Madison
This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing laboratory. Dr. Adam Bailey's laboratory focuses on making meaningful contributions to the fight against global infectious diseases. This includes using patient data and patient specimens to study the pathogenesis of infectious diseases in humans; developing new animal models to explore the pathophysiology of viral diseases; using animal models to evaluate new therapeutics and vaccines; utilizing in vitro technologies and high-throughput screens to investigate molecular mechanisms governing host-pathogen interactions; and developing new tools for the diagnosis of emerging infectious diseases. Current projects focus on a variety of areas including the mechanistic basis of hemorrhage in viral hemorrhagic fever; host factors governing yellow fever virus tropism and pathogenesis; virus discovery; and characterization of the immune evasion mechanisms of several RNA viruses. Providing a culture of curiosity, creativity, respect, and rigor in which the next generation of scientists can maximize their learning potential is also a critical component of the Bailey Lab's mission.
RESEARCH TECHNICIAN SMPH/PATHOL-LAB MED/ANAT PATH Madison
This is an exciting opportunity to join a new laboratory. Dr. Adam Bailey is establishing a new lab, with a focus to make meaningful contributions to the fight against global infectious diseases. This includes using patient data and patient specimens to study the pathogenesis of infectious diseases in humans; developing new animal models to explore the pathophysiology of viral diseases; using animal models to evaluate new therapeutics and vaccines; utilizing in vitro technologies and high-throughput screens to investigate molecular mechanisms governing host-pathogen interactions; and developing new tools for the diagnosis of emerging infectious diseases. Current projects focus on a variety of areas including the mechanistic basis of hemorrhage in viral hemorrhagic fever; host factors governing yellow fever virus tropism and pathogenesis; virus discovery; and characterization of the immune evasion mechanisms of several RNA viruses. Providing a culture of curiosity, creativity, respect, and rigor in which the next generation of scientists can maximize their learning potential is also a critical component of the Bailey Lab's mission.
CYTOPATHOLOGIST SMPH/PATHOL-LAB MED/ANAT PATH Madison
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is hiring for an academic pediatric pathologist. The department emphasizes a healthy work-life balance and strives to provide a supportive work environment. It is committed to the growth and advancement of its members and offers nationally recognized faculty to lean on, a robust mentoring program and a wide variety of professional development opportunities. Madison, WI offers a high quality of life and has consistently ranked among the best places to live and raise a family. It provides many big-city amenities and access to the diversity and culture unique to only nationally ranked university towns.
ASSOC RES SPEC - ANE LAB CALS/BACTERIOLOGY Madison
The Department of Bacteriology seeks a Research Specialist to develop, design, conduct research projects under moderate supervision in the Ane Laboratory. This position is anticipated to begin August of 2021, limited term. 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.
RESEARCHER VET M/COMPARATIVE BIOSCIENCES Madison
This position will be in the lab of Dr. Suzuki. The applicant will work on our funded research projects for tissue engineering of skeletal muscle and tendon using human and animal stem cells. More information on this dynamic lab can be found at https://stemcells.wisc.edu/staff/suzuki-masatoshi/
RESEARCH SPECIALIST L&S/CTR FOR LIMNOLOGY Madison
Come work with us by the lake! The Center for Limnology is seeking a Research Specialist to support research and public outreach efforts aimed at understanding the drivers and consequences of environmental change in lakes.
DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF CORPORATE RELATIONS ENGR/RESEARCH ADMIN Madison
The College of Engineering is looking for a dynamic leader to establish and direct our new Office of Corporate Relations. The Director of Corporate Relations will set the strategic vision for the college’s corporate relations activities in areas that include research, employer partner programs, philanthropy, and service. This individual will identify the roles and responsibilities for future staff in this new business unit, and initially operate the office, which is anticipated to grow to an entity that will comprehensively and efficiently address the opportunities in these areas. A key task for the director position also will be to establish and steward a process to hand off initial industry engagements to internal entities to define the technical and business content of the engagement.
GARDENER FP&M/PP SVCS/GROUNDS Madison
Grow your career with UW-Madison Environmental Services Department! Come join the team responsible for the implementation of plans and maintenance of the University's mixed landscape beds, lawns, and other grounds maintenance tasks.
AREA EXTENSION DIRECTOR, AREA 4 EXT/NORTH/AREA 04 AED Rhinelander
The Division of Extension seeks a skilled administrative leader for Extension educators and support staff in Forest, Florence and Oneida Counties, and with Lac du Flambeau and Forest County Potawatomi Community Tribes. This position will work with county governments, tribal nations, municipalities, and partner organizations to ensure that the educational needs of local communities are met.
PURCHASING ASSOCIATE FP&M/PP O&M/STORES Madison
UW-Madison, Facilities Planning & Management is currently looking for a Purchasing Associate to assist our Stores unit with materials management.
LECTURER IN GNS+ L&S/GERMAN NORDIC & SLAVIC Madison
GNS+ is looking for a full-time, renewable Danish Lecturer. You will be working closely with the Nordic Program to bring exceptional educational opportunities to our students.
SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR SMPH/MEDICINE/MEDICINE Madison
The Department of Medicine (DOM) seeks a Systems Administrator to assist in the management, operation, and support of the Department's server and network infrastructure which supports research, teaching, clinical missions and the business operations for all customer groups. The DOM network customer base includes the DOM, as well as the Department of Emergency Medicine, UW Carbone Cancer Center, Office of Clinical Trials, Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute and The Center for Human Genomics and Precision Medicine.
RESEARCHER IN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND HEALTH DISPARITY SMPH/MEDICINE/GER-AD DEV Madison
The Okonkwo Lab conducts cutting-edge neuroimaging and biomarker research studies, as well as investigations of lifestyle and genetic factors related to cognitive resilience across the Alzheimer's disease spectrum. A Researcher is sought to provide advanced support for the research program, with a primary emphasis on analysis of neuroimaging and other clinical data, presentation and publication of findings, and technical writing for grant proposals. The incumbent will also provide coordination of activities and communication between relevant parties for a multi-site study.

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