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Police Sergeant Oshkosh Campus
The UW Oshkosh Police Department is searching for a motivated and customer oriented individual to fill our vacant Police Sergeant position! This position is responsible for all aspects involved in the supervision of patrol officers. The Sergeant conducts daily briefings, schedules work, participates in and oversees the activities of officers, plans training, trains and evaluates police officers, schedules and approves payroll for student employees, organizes student employee training and oversees the overall operations of the student employee program. A primary responsibility of the Police Sergeant is to supervise and lead (lead by example) subordinate police and/or security (including student Community Service Officers) personnel assigned to a shift, work unit or special event. Among the duties of a sergeant are the following: Act to preserve order during times of crisis, effectively plan day-to-day work and long-term projects. Assist the department in maintaining a well-trained, well-equipped work force. Evaluate the performance of employees, educate and train the public regarding security, safety and crime prevention issues. Foster trust and communication with the public, the university community and other agencies. Collect data, document, report, investigate and analyze crime, and demonstrate the use of formal problem solving methods and creativity. Protect life and property, safeguard the rights and dignity of individuals and deal ethically with the public and other department employees. Delegate authority, investigate and resolve complaints about departmental services, prepare reports, supervise training programs and serve as trainers. The Sergeant must frequently perform the same tasks as subordinates. During the University’s non-business hours, the Sergeant is often the highest ranking law enforcement official on campus.
Project Success Program Assistant Oshkosh Campus
Reporting to the Project Success Director, this position requires a team oriented individual who exercises discretion, independent judgement in decision-making, and is responsible for taking initiative in achieving the goals of the Project Success program. This position oversees several key administrative functions including administrative support to the Director and staff, office operations, academic accommodations, and support to program participants. Typical work hours are Monday through Friday 7:45 am to 4:30 pm, with a 45-minute lunch break from mid-August through mid-May, with no hours during the summer months. Some early morning and/or evening coverage may be needed during the academic year.
Assistant Professor of Teaching & Learning Oshkosh Campus
The Department of Teaching and Learning at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh seeks a tenure-track faculty member at the Assistant Professor level. The person selected for this position will teach undergraduate courses on campus and graduate courses in the MSE program both on campus and in cohorts throughout Wisconsin. In addition, this person is expected to maintain an active program of scholarly research and publication and provide service to the department, college, university, PK-12 community, and the profession.
Food Service Worker Oshkosh Campus
Food Service Assistant to work in campus child care center.
Career Fair & Budget Manager Oshkosh Campus
Come join a great team that provides exceptional services and events to current students and employers. This position works intimately with employers that participate in career fairs. Career & Professional Development is a fast-paced ever-changing environment that requires a person to be flexible and adapted to a changing environment.
Advisor Oshkosh Campus
Work in the highly rewarding field of concurrent enrollment! The Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) Advisor & Recruiter will primarily be responsible for promoting and growing the CAP Program through advising and recruitment activities. The individual will work with high school staff, professors, CAPP students, and parents to promote and advise on UW Oshkosh offerings in high schools, specifically as it relates to our 1+3 pathways in Information Technology. Additionally, the individual will work with departments to administer and build 1+3 pathways in other disciplines.
Admissions Counselor – International Students Oshkosh Campus
The successful candidate will be a member of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh undergraduate Admissions Office recruitment and enrollment team. The counselor will serve as a University ambassador and liaison with prospective students, parents/families, external partners, Office of International Education and colleagues around the state and region. The primary focus of this position will be to facilitate international student application processing, application completion, and correspondence with students, families, and external partners.
Associate Budget Planner (Two Positions) Oshkosh Campus
Under the general direction of the Budget Director in the central Office of Finance and Administration, the incumbent in this position is responsible for providing detailed policies and analyses to support operating budget planning, development, and modeling. The incumbent will focus on development and delivery of essential data to assist University divisions and units with decision-making. Additionally the incumbent will play a critical role in increasing efficiency and effectiveness in budget and fiscal management. The incumbent in this position will acquire knowledge of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents’ policies; University of Wisconsin System’s guidelines and policies; UW Oshkosh and its divisions’ policies, procedures, and guidelines that impact the University; and federal and Wisconsin state laws and regulations. The incumbent will be required to utilize this knowledge in her/his decision-making processes, and make recommendations to the campus divisions and units.
Web Content Specialist Oshkosh Campus
Reporting to the director of marketing, this position will be responsible for supporting the University web presence through research, content development, development and implementation including web page creation and site development. This position is a critical member of the digital marketing department with the responsibility to assist in the creation of and maintenance of the online brand and websites for the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
Women's Head Volleyball Coach Fond Du Lac Campus
UW-Fond du Lac is seeking a Head Women’s Volleyball Coach for the 2019-20 academic year. Organized activities will occur approximately August 01, 2019 through November 1, 2019. Specific responsibilities will be determined after consultation with the UW-Fond du Lac Athletic Director. The University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac competes in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference (WCC), which is a Division III Junior College league.
Academic Advisor (Two Positions) Oshkosh Campus
The Student Support Services (SSS) program at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (Oshkosh campus) is seeking applications for two Academic Advisor positions. Both positions are 100% time, 12 month. The UW Oshkosh SSS program serves 300 first-generation, limited-income students. UW Oshkosh is located in east-central Wisconsin and offers over 50 majors, 20 graduate degrees, and 1 doctoral degree. Campus enrollment is approximately 13,500 students. SSS is a TRIO program funded through a grant with the U.S. Department of Education.
Director of Men of Color and Latino/a/Hispanic Initiatives Oshkosh Campus
The Director of combined Men of Color and Latino/a/Hispanic Initiatives is a crucial resource for promoting the development of underrepresented males and Latino/a/Hispanic students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. The incumbent will work to create an inclusive environment for men of color and Latino/a/Hispanic students (including undocumented students) on campus and collaborate with a broad range of campus entities to ensure their success. The intention of the position is to develop educational programs and events and establish mentoring programs to support the retention, persistence, and graduation of the aforementioned students. The director will be charged with assisting students in both their academic and professional endeavors promote and advocate for an improved educational experience for students on/off campus. S/he will also provide support and guidance to ensure academic and social success while promoting cultural pluralism and dialogue on matters related to the development of these students populations.
Metadata Librarian Oshkosh Campus
Polk Library at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is searching for a motivated librarian interested in becoming our library’s expert on metadata standards and cataloging principles. This position will apply metadata standards to support access and discoverability of traditional library collections, digital archival collections and physical archival collections. The ideal candidate will value teamwork, have a desire to learn, and a passion for problem solving. Polk Library uses Primo as our resource discovery tool and Alma as our library services platform. In addition, our Archives department utilizes Archives Space and OHMS (Oral History Metadata Synchronizer). Recent graduates are encouraged to apply.
Associate Director for Business and Retail Services Oshkosh Campus
UW Oshkosh is searching for an Associate Director for Business and Retail Services, who is responsible for management of business and retail services for Reeve Union, University Dining and Titan Central. This includes the oversight of the University Dining program and operations, supporting the retail operations of Reeve Union and the management of the accounting and financial services for the department (Reeve Union, University Dining and TitanCard operations). This position is the primary financial manager for the department budgets and financial reports, including the preparation of the annual budgets with guidance, direction, and approval from the Executive Director. This position works directly with customers, contractors and vendors on procurement, invoicing and payment. The position oversees the information systems and operations for the campus ID card, including maintaining current systems and implementing new applications. This position supervises our Meal Plan & Dining Support Manager, Assistant Director for Dining Operations, Titan Central Manager, and Cash Accountant.
Education Specialist (Two Positions) Oshkosh Campus
The Education Specialist in the College of Education and Human Services at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is responsible for supporting teacher candidates and faculty within our undergraduate teacher education and programs. The Education Specialist works closely with the Office of Field Experience and the Professional Education Program Office to coordinate field experiences and licensure requirements. Standard working hours are: 7:45 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. Some evening hours are required to support teacher candidates during edTPA submission windows and other student events.
Academic Technology Support Fox Cities Campus
Seeking someone with experience supporting distance education.
Retention and Intervention Specialist Oshkosh Campus
The University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh invites applications for a Retention and Intervention Specialist in Enrollment Management. The specialist will manage and facilitate the withdrawal process and related data collection. They will research, coordinate, and support retention initiatives, as well as support transition programs and initiatives for new students and families. They will work collaboratively with Enrollment Management team members, as well as, Institutional Research, IT, Registrar, Deans, Department Chairs, academic advising, tutoring, and other student support units to design proactive interventions for students who do not meet established benchmarks. The specialist will also assist with the student success evaluation and related data collection. The successful candidate must demonstrate an ability to provide vision and initiative within areas of responsibility and work effectively with administrators, faculty, staff, and students.
Student Services Specialist for Information Fox Cities Campus
The SS-Specialist for Information is located in the Student Affairs office, and as a strategic member of the Solution Center, is primarily responsible for providing excellence in customer service by addressing basic academic curriculum and program related questions/concerns for students, parents, faculty, staff and the community. The SS-Specialist for Information is the first campus contact and therefore, highly visible and cross-trained with a strong knowledge base and understanding of the campus protocols for the areas of admissions, recruitment, advising, financial aid, veterans, accessibility and student/academic conduct. The SS-Specialist for Information fields questions through email, web chat, phone and in-person.
Instructional Academic Staff - Special & Early Childhood Education (Lecturer) Oshkosh Campus
Responsibilities include teaching traditional, hybrid, and distance education formats at the undergraduate and graduate level in a Cross-categorical Special Education Program. Other professional responsibilities include supervision of related field experiences, scholarly or service activities, and student advising.
Head Start Administrative Assistant Oshkosh Campus

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