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SMPH CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER SMPH\ADMIN\DEANS OFFICE Madison
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health seeks a strategic financial leader to serve as Chief Financial Officer. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) is responsible for the overall financial operation of the SMPH including budgeting, financial reporting and management of the School’s educational and research funds, financial relationships with the UW-Madison campus and external organizations, and accurate and timely accounting for all School cost centers, accounts and funds. This position reports to the Dean of the SMPH. As a member of the Dean’s Leadership team, the SMPH CFO provides strategic counsel and executive financial decision-making support to the Dean of the SMPH. Additionally, the SMPH CFO works collaboratively with colleagues within UW Health, the clinical arm of the SMPH.
RESEARCH SPECIALIST SMPH/OPHTHAL&VIS SCI/GEN Madison
Join the UW Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences in our global mission to save sight! As a research specialist in our Vision Research Core, you’ll play a key role in managing and operating three of the core’s primary service areas – Gene Therapy and Quantitative Molecular Biology, Pathology and Imaging, and Animal Models. You’ll operate and maintain complex equipment, while providing top-notch customer service and training to Core users, keeping user logs, and troubleshooting the occasional problem. This position will also support other activities and equipment of the Vision Research Core as needed. If you enjoy bringing research to life and speeding the pace of progress in vision research, apply today!
FINANCIAL SPECIALIST III - PEDIATRICS SMPH/PEDIATRICS/PEDIATRICS Madison
The Department of Pediatrics is seeking a Financial Specialist to provide detailed accounting and auditing duties that involve a high level of complexity.
CLINICAL RESEARCH COMPLIANCE & MONITORING COORDINATOR SMPH/CARBONE CANC CTR/CANC CTR Madison
Join our team and put your knowledge, skills, and passions to work as a Clinical Research Compliance & Monitoring Coordinator. The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Carbone Cancer Center is seeking a detail oriented, independent, passionate and talented person for this position. The incumbent works within the Clinical Research Central Office providing administrative support for clinical research compliance activities and initiatives. A bachelor's degree is required and a minimum of 2 years clinical research experience. All eligible applicants are encouraged to apply!
ACCOUNTANT III SMPH/SURGERY/SURGERY ADMIN Madison
The Department of Surgery at the University of Wisconsin, School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH), seeks someone to manage the finances of the clinical and academic activities of a complex department of an integrated academic medical center under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer. This includes leading and executing compensation plans for assigned divisions, including developing productivity and compensation budgets by forecasting total compensation from multiple sources. Department operational activity encompasses UW/SMPH, UW Health, and UW Foundation, with complex budgeting and funds flow between entities.
ARBORIST FP&M/PP SVCS/GROUNDS Madison
We have an exciting opportunity with our Grounds Department, as an Arborist. The Tree Crew is responsible for the maintaining trees and shrubs for campus. This position will care for existing trees and shrubs, and installation new landscaping. Apply today!!
SOFTWARE ENGINEER/DEVELOPER II L&S/COMMUN ARTS/COMM ART Madison
The Department of Communication Arts and Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research (WCFTR) are committed to digitizing and preserving the histories of film, media, and performance and sharing them as widely as possible. We are seeking a database developer to support the Department and WCFTR in the ongoing management, maintenance, and enhancement of three substantial digital projects—Media History Digital Library, PodcastRE, and Ballyhoo—and contribute to new initiatives in the digital archiving of video art, early television, and student media projects. The successful candidate will be remote working from home, and will be able to apply their expertise in data structures, relational databases, algorithms, software applications, and server systems to develop, maintain, and improve systems with the goals of efficiency, scalability, and usability. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion.
BINDERY WORKER / COURIER DOIT/SEO/MFG CTR Madison
UW-Madison’s largest print shop is hiring a courier/shipping/bindery worker for our relocated facility on Madison’s east side. Preferred candidates will have prior experience in shipping and receiving, local deliveries, or print finishing environments. This member of our production team will perform daily deliveries, order fulfillment, quality checking, packaging, receiving, and shipment duties of print materials and other goods. They will also do light bindery and finishing tasks including cutting, folding, padding, assembly, handwork, and coil-binding. This position works closely with other employees and departments to resolve shipping and receiving issues and interacts with customers and vendors on a regular basis.
ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN II VET M/ANIMAL RESOURCE CENTER Madison
Located on the WEST side of Madison in an OFF-CAMPUS facility. FREE PARKING! ON BUS LINE! Charmany Animal Resource Center is seeking an Animal Care Technician to perform lab animal care duties and provide assistance to principal investigators on research and teaching projects. Individuals with experience and knowledge of acceptable husbandry procedures are strongly encouraged to apply! NEGOTIABLE salary based on relevant animal care experience. Interested but don’t have previous experience? That is OK…ON THE JOB TRAINING. STATE BENEFITS available such as affordable health insurance, retirement plan and PAID TIME-OFF.
HUMAN RESOURCES UNIT HEAD VCRGE/PRIMATE/PRIMATE Madison
The Wisconsin National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) seeks a self-motivated, collaborative, innovative, and service-oriented leader for the position of Human Resources Manager.
POST-AWARD SPGC ACCOUNT VCRGE/ADMIN/RSP Madison
Are you interested in having a positive impact on the research endeavors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison? Do you enjoy solving problems and are you detail-oriented? The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) seeks a Grant Accountant to join the Research Financial Services Team. This opportunity will allow you to use your communication, critical thinking, and organizational skills to administer extramurally sponsored programs at the University’s central sponsored programs office. The Grant Accountant performs financial and administrative functions for a portfolio of sponsored awards, including preparing financial reports, submitting invoices, processing payments, providing training on sponsored program policies/procedures, and responding to inquiries. This position works collaboratively with principal investigators and administrators across campus, as well as with funding agencies, subrecipients, and other stakeholders while working within an engaging and supportive team at RSP.
HORTICULTURAL TECHNICIAN 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.
SENIOR FINANCIAL SPECIALIST LIBR\ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Madison
The Business Services Team for UW-Madison’s General Library System is looking for an energetic and detail-oriented Senior Financial Specialist! This team member will have opportunities to build and grow a career in the exciting field of finance and accounting within the Vice Provost of UW-Madison Libraries office. Successful candidates will have excellent communication and problem-solving skills, be customer-service oriented, have familiarity with financial software systems, be able to work collegiately in a team environment, and demonstrate eagerness to learn. If you enjoy new challenges and working in a fast-paced environment while maintaining a healthy work-life balance, this is the perfect opportunity for you!
LIBRARY APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER LIBR\LIBR TECH GROUP Madison
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries and Chazen Museum of Art seek an application developer to work with a team to facilitate public access to digital and archival resources created by museums, archives, and other curators of cultural artifacts on campus. The developer will build and extend access tools for digital objects and for finding aids for archival collections.
HEALTH EQUITY AND WELL-BEING SPECIALIST G SERV/HUMAN RES/EEIDW Madison
The Office of Human Resources seeks a Health Equity & Well-being Specialist. This position reports to the Director of the Office of Equity, Inclusion & Employee Well-being and will be responsible for providing consultation, convening stakeholders, assessing needs, and identifying gaps to guide/lead the campus employee well-being strategy to enhance the health outcomes, experiences, and well-being of UW-Madison employees through population-level and public health approaches.
OUTREACH SPECIALIST CALS/CIAS Madison
The incumbent will work closely with an established team of project staff and community partners to build carry out the work of the Grains to Trays project, a three-year USDA funded grant project to build supply chains for regionally grown grains to enter Wisconsin institutions. In addition, the incumbent will contribute to established state and regional farm to institution outreach projects housed at CIAS.
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.
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER WSB/HUMAN RESOURCES & PAYROLL Madison
Join our fun Wisconsin School of Business (WSB) Human Resources team! WSB HR is searching for an HR professional who enjoys both working collaboratively as part of a team and individually and has an eye towards process refinement. This Human Resources Manager position is a new leadership opportunity reporting to the Human Resources Director. This position serves as the subject matter expert for and manages the following HR functional areas: Workforce Relations, Medical Leaves (FMLA), Accommodations (ADA), and Immigration.
MADISON GUARANTEED INCOME PILOT PROGRAM MANAGER L&S/INST RESEARCH ON POVERTY Madison
Join us in the fight against poverty! The Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) seeks a highly organized and motivated outreach specialist to work with community partners and stakeholders to plan and execute the “Madison Forward Fund” program, a guaranteed income pilot. This is an experiment in partnership with the City of Madison to evaluate how an income floor of $500 a month can improve the economic security of Madison residents.
OUTREACH PROGRAM ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR L&S/SOCIAL WORK/SOC WORK Madison
The Wisconsin Child Welfare Professional Development System (WCWPDS) is seeking an associate director to join a team of dedicated professionals who work together to advance high-quality, innovative asynchronous, synchronous and blended professional learning opportunities for county, tribal and state public child welfare professionals and caregivers across Wisconsin. This is a full-time position that works closely with the WCWPDS Director to fulfill the mission of the WCWPDS and provide leadership to the assigned delivery units. Primary position responsibilities include collaborative development of policy and goals; overseeing the delivery and quality assurance of professional-development resources for Wisconsin child welfare professionals; managing personnel related matters; staff supervision and development; assessing training needs; ensuring transfer of learning; and unit and program evaluation. This position will also be expected to promote stable and productive relationships between stakeholders, the university and community. Position requires regular travel throughout the state of Wisconsin.

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