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ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST VCRGE/ARBORETUM/ARBORETUM Madison
ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST summary: Our team is seeking an enthusiastic professional who is equally good with people and administration to serve as an Administrative Specialist at the UW-Madison Arboretum. This position is responsible for supporting financial management, budget, human resources and payroll, research administration, and other administrative activities for a complex organization that has over a $2 million budget and employs 25+ full time staff in addition to a number of temporary employees, student employees, and volunteers.
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL L&S/THE INFORMATION SCHOOL Madison
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL summary: Teach for the iSchool in the 2023 summer semester! One lecturer position is available to be taught in an online / web-based format. LIS 707: Data Visualization & Communication for Decision Making Please review the minimum number of years and work experience before applying. We look forward to reviewing your application materials.
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL L&S/THE INFORMATION SCHOOL Madison
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL summary: Teach for the iSchool in the 2023 summer semester! One lecturer position is available to be taught in an online / web-based format. 640 Topics in Information Studies: Government Docs Please review the minimum number of years and work experience before applying. We look forward to reviewing your application materials.
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL L&S/THE INFORMATION SCHOOL Madison
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL summary: Teach for the iSchool in the 2023 summer semester! Six lecturer positions are available for courses to be taught in an online / web-based format. LIS 461: Data Ethics and Policy LIS 614: User Experience Design Capstone LIS 620: Field Project in Library and Information Agencies (2 positions available) LIS 640 Topics in Information Studies: Services to Diverse Populations LIS 712: The Public Library Please review the minimum number of years and work experience before applying. We look forward to reviewing your application materials.
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL L&S/THE INFORMATION SCHOOL Madison
LECTURER IN THE ISCHOOL summary: Teach for the iSchool in the 2023 summer semester! Two lecturer positions are available. Both courses will be taught in a classroom / face-to-face environment. LIS 202: Information Divides and Differences in a Multicultural Society CS: 202 Introduction to Computation Please review the minimum number of years and work experience before applying. We look forward to reviewing your application materials.
POST-AWARD ACCOUNTANT SMPH/ORTHO&REHAB/ORTHO Madison
POST-AWARD ACCOUNTANT summary: The Department of Orthopedics & Rehabilitation and the Department of Urology are seeking a Post-Award Accountant to work directly with principal investigators and research staff to budget and monitor expenditures, invoice sponsors, review effort distributions and reconcile financial data for sponsored programs. The Post-Award Accountant will process accounting transactions such as cost transfers, procurement, subcontract award management, and financial processing related to sponsored project and clinical trial award management.
FINANCIAL SPECIALIST II SMPH/ICTR/ICTR-ADM Madison
FINANCIAL SPECIALIST II summary: The Institute for Clinical and Translational Research is recruiting a Financial Specialist to join our growing central administration team. This position serves as a financial partner for multiple program areas within ICTR, facilitating essential fiscal transactions, as well as providing financial leadership and guidance related to purchasing cards and expense reimbursements. This is an exciting opportunity for fiscal career development within a collaborative team.
ORTHOPEDICS CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR SMPH/ORTHO&REHAB/ORTHO Madison
ORTHOPEDICS CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR summary: The Division of Orthopedics is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator to oversee two clinical trials and other prospective studies at the University of Wisconsin. The coordinator will be chiefly responsible for consenting and enrolling patients for research studies and ensuring study endpoints (data collection) are met including research follow-ups. The coordinator will also assist with obtaining IRB approval, invoicing and providing data to study sponsors, and dissemination of research findings. The coordinator will work closely with two Orthopedic surgeons, residents, post-doctoral fellows, and research administrative staff within the department. This position will be based in-person on UW-Madison campus and at UW Hospitals and Clinics.
EVANS LAB RESEARCH SPECIALIST SMPH/PATHOL-LAB MED/ANAT PATH Madison
EVANS LAB RESEARCH SPECIALIST summary: The Evans lab is looking for a Research Specialist to join their team! This position will contribute to studies directed towards achieving a functional cure for HIV-1 infection.
STUDENT LIFE MANAGER FOR BUSINESS CONNECT WSB/UNDERGRADUATE PROG OFFICE Madison
STUDENT LIFE MANAGER FOR BUSINESS CONNECT summary: The Wisconsin School of Business Undergraduate Program is seeking an individual eager to build a diverse array of programming for Business Connect, a residential learning community for first-year business students. Programming includes the coordination of a mentorship program with both upper-class student & alumni mentors, and creating events that will build community and provide easy access to WSB staff, faculty, and resources. The Wisconsin School of Business is located in the heart of campus, in beautiful Grainger Hall, and the Business Connect community is housed in Ogg Residence Hall, just a five minute walk from Grainger. Join an innovative, purposeful, inclusive, collaborative, and action-oriented team.
ACCESS CONSULTANT SA/MCB/ADMINISTRATION Madison
ACCESS CONSULTANT summary: This position facilitates the provision of reasonable accommodations for disabled students to ensure equal access to the institution's programs, services, and activities. This position requires work to be performed in-person, on-campus, at the McBurney Disability Resource Center. Some work may be performed remotely at a designated location upon supervisor and department/division approval.
SPINE/CRITICAL CARE NEUROSURGEON (CLINICAL HEALTH SCIENCE) SMPH/NEURO SURG/NEURO SURG Madison
SPINE/CRITICAL CARE NEUROSURGEON (CLINICAL HEALTH SCIENCE) summary: The Department of Neurological Surgery is a department of over 20 faculty and 13 advanced practice providers located at 2 main sites: University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics and 20 S. Park/Meriter Hospital. This is a diverse group of neurosurgeons who provide primary, secondary, and tertiary inpatient and outpatient care for Wisconsin and northern Illinois. The successful candidate will join a world-class institution that encourages, values and supports interdisciplinary basic, clinic and population health research, and attracts scholars and students from around the world. This position would be part of Neuro ICU team which includes physicians from neurosurgery, neurology and emergency medicine. Madison is the state's capitol city and is well known for offering a small town feel in a medium sized city. Madison has been and continues to be consistently listed as a "best" city to live and work in. It is a vibrant, diverse community with excellent schools, wonderful cultural and recreational opportunities and a low cost of living. It is a great place to raise a family and offers an ideal combination of natural beauty, stimulating cultural events, outstanding schools and outdoor recreation.
SPINE/CRITICAL CARE NEUROSURGEON (TENURE) SMPH/NEURO SURG/NEURO SURG Madison
SPINE/CRITICAL CARE NEUROSURGEON (TENURE) summary: The Department of Neurological Surgery is a department of over 20 faculty and 13 advanced practice providers located at 2 main sites: University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics and 20 S. Park/Meriter Hospital. This is a diverse group of neurosurgeons who provide primary, secondary, and tertiary inpatient and outpatient care for Wisconsin and northern Illinois. The successful candidate will join a world-class institution that encourages, values and supports interdisciplinary basic, clinic and population health research, and attracts scholars and students from around the world. This position would be part of Neuro ICU team which includes physicians from neurosurgery, neurology and emergency medicine. Madison is the state's capitol city and is well known for offering a small town feel in a medium sized city. Madison has been and continues to be consistently listed as a "best" city to live and work in. It is a vibrant, diverse community with excellent schools, wonderful cultural and recreational opportunities and a low cost of living. It is a great place to raise a family and offers an ideal combination of natural beauty, stimulating cultural events, outstanding schools and outdoor recreation.
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, PURCHASING SERVICES BUS SVC/PURCHASING Madison
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, PURCHASING SERVICES summary: Join the Division of Business Services as the Assistant Director of Purchasing Services! This is a senior management position in the central purchasing office in a publicly funded top-ten research institution in the Big Ten Conference with expenditures exceeding $550M annually. The institution requires a flexible and supportive purchasing team that helps to attract and retain the best and brightest students and faculty by removing barriers in the supply chain and responding to their needs while managing compliance with state and federal procurement regulations. The successful candidate will have a passion for customer service and a demonstrated commitment to driving supply chain and procurement excellence.
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LECTURER L&S/CHEMISTRY/CHEMISTRY Madison
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LECTURER summary: The Department of Chemistry is recruiting for a summer lecturer to teach CHEM 345: Intermediate Organic Chemistry.
MEDICAL ONCOLOGIST - PHYSICIAN SCIENTIST SMPH/MEDICINE/HEM-ONC Madison
MEDICAL ONCOLOGIST - PHYSICIAN SCIENTIST summary: The Division of Hematology, Medical Oncology and Palliative Care seeks a physician scientist, MD or MD/PhD, in Health Services research to join our team. We seek candidates in sub-specialties such as Sarcoma, Central Nervous System, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, breast or thoracic. Expectations include engaging in active collaborative research, building health services research and obtain/maintain independent extramural funding.
MEDICAL ONCOLOGIST - HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH SMPH/MEDICINE/HEM-ONC Madison
MEDICAL ONCOLOGIST - HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH summary: The Division of Hematology, Medical Oncology and Palliative Care seeks an academic in Health Services research to join our team. We seek candidates in sub-specialties such as Sarcoma, Central Nervous System, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, breast or thoracic. Expectations include engaging in active collaborative research, building health services research and obtain/maintain independent extramural funding.
PROJECT COORDINATOR L&S/CHEMISTRY/CHEMISTRY Madison
PROJECT COORDINATOR summary: The Project Coordinator provides ongoing project support for a variety of operations, including Building and Grounds, Copy Center, and Administration activities. Successful candidates will have strong attention to detail and interpersonal and teamwork skills, as this position requires effective interaction with students, faculty, staff and other campus partners.
CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR I SMPH/PSYCHIATRY/PSYCHIATRY Madison
CLINICAL RESEARCH COORDINATOR I summary: The Eating-related Methodology, Behaviors, and Risk (EMBARK) Lab is seeking a full-time research coordinator to assist with the development and implementation of several projects. The EMBARK lab is directed by Dr. Katherine Schaumberg, with a focus on the distinction between adaptive and maladaptive patterns of eating and exercise. The coordinator will assist in developing study protocols and IRB applications, along with recruitment and assessment of participants with eating disorders, social media management, data management, involvement in analysis of genomic and behavioral data, and preparation of scientific presentations and manuscripts. This opportunity is ideal for an individual who would like to pursue graduate education in areas such as: clinical, counseling, or sport psychology; exercise science; nutrition; population health; data science. Applicants should be interested in working in a lab community that values empirical inquiry, psychological flexibility, and intensive collaboration.
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT ENGR/ACAD AFFRS/STU SERV OFF Madison
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT summary: The College of Engineering (CoE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks a dynamic professional to join the Academic Affairs team as an executive assistant. The Executive Assistant will be responsible for providing high-level administrative support to Associate and Assistant Deans in Academic Affairs. The person in this position serves as an initial contact in the Dean's office and must exercise independent judgement and discretion. The responsibilities in this position span from greeting visitors, managing complex calendars, coordinating college level communications with academic departments to acting independently in carrying across various student actions. This position requires the ability to anticipate needs, think critically, and offer solutions to problems with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality. The academic affairs unit is a diverse and vibrant organization that includes academic advising, tutoring, career services, student leadership, scholarships, and student wellness. The academic affairs unit has a deep commitment to equity and inclusion and strives to provide outstanding service to the college's students by embracing these values. As such, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote these values.

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