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Facilities Planning Assistant Director Oshkosh, Fox Cities, and Fond du Lac Campuses
This position reports to the Executive Director of Facilities Management. The Planning and Construction department, which is part of Facilities Management, is responsible for providing planning, design and construction services for 4.2 million GSF on the Oshkosh campus, Fox Cities and Fond du Lac campuses. This position is responsible for developing and directing the physical plant capital budget submissions to UW System Office of Capital Planning and Budget. It develops and manages the campus space use plan for all three UW Oshkosh campuses. It develops and manages the capital improvement plans with Winnebago, Outagamie and Fond du Lac counties. In addition, it supervises the Planning and Construction department personnel. In addition, the position oversees the development and maintenance of a sophisticated computer-aided design data base system which includes space inventory and management system for campus buildings. This position exercises considerable independent initiative and independent judgment in establishing daily priorities in activities, and makes decisions involving space management planning and design with upper level agency representatives typically without the director present. Work will typically be performed under general supervision. Physical requirements of the position are the ability to walk around campus, climb ladders, carry large sets of building plans, read a measuring tape, etc. A number of areas that this position will need to access are not fully accessible due to stairs, narrow doorways, equipment layout etc.
Custodial Services Supervisor Oshkosh Campus
Reporting to the Custodial Superintendent, this individual will provide supervision and leadership to the custodial team at UW Oshkosh. The Custodial Services Department is comprised of a diverse staff, consisting of Lead Custodians, Permanent and Limited Term Custodians, and University student employees. The daily duties of this position include assigning tasks, assessing staffing levels, assessing work performance, inspecting buildings for quality of cleaning and supply/equipment needs, inventory control, equipment and material distribution, maintaining accurate records and enforcing workplace health and safety. This position is an important part of the Facilities Management team, and will occasionally fill in for other supervisors within the Facilities Management Department in their absence. This individual must have a high energy level, excellent oral and written communication skills, must maintain a positive attitude in dealing with the needs of the many campus faculty, students, and staff. Normal work days are Monday - Friday, 10pm to 6am. Occasional weekend and evening work may be required. This person must have a valid WI driver's license and be authorized to drive a University vehicle upon appointment. A criminal background investigation is required. Must pass a pre-work screen to ensure the ability to perform essential physical functions of the position.
Residence Hall Director Oshkosh Campus
The Residence Hall Director (RHD) is a live-in staff member who provides overall management of their assigned residence hall.
University Services Program Associate Oshkosh Campus
The University Services Program Associate team member plays an important role in the College of Business. This team member has scheduling and financial responsibilities for COB Graduate Programs. The person in this position is also responsible for planning, executing, and evaluating a variety of College of Business events at the graduate level. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including availability for evening and weekend events.
Academic Department Associate Oshkosh Campus
The Department of Engineering Technology (DET) houses 5.5 faculty, 3 academic staff, and the Viessmann Chair. The program is highly collaborative and is home to transfer students from many institutions in northeast Wisconsin. The DET is a cost-recovery program and is responsible for maintaining detailed budget records. The highly collaborative nature of the program requires a significant amount of contact with external partners. The position is multi-faceted, diverse, and includes office work, ordering and tracking of supplies, and support of new initiatives. The position is advertised as 0.8 FTE, but the FTE can be negotiable and flexible allowing for more work hours during the academic year.
Parking Enforcement Supervisor Oshkosh and Fox Cities Campuses
Parking Services is hiring for a Parking Enforcement Supervisor. This person will be responsible for protecting the rights of our permit holders by issuing tickets for violations, training our officers, and securing appropriate spaces when requested for events.
Laboratory Manager Oshkosh Campus
The Medical Laboratory Manager oversees all laboratory operations for the Student Health Center and provides a wide variety of standard laboratory tests. This position requires independence, expertise in laboratory science and a commitment to maintaining certification standards and following governmental regulations which apply to laboratory practice. In partnership with the Medical Director of Student Health Services, this position operates the clinical laboratory in the Student Health Center and facilitates the effective delivery of medical laboratory services for clinicians and all health center patients as defined for testing personnel under CLIA. Responsibilities include: obtain laboratory specimens; conduct a variety of laboratory tests and document results accurately and appropriately; perform quality control on test procedures and equipment, and maintain equipment. The laboratory manager is responsible for the overall operational efficiency of the clinical laboratory. Operational duties include: Cross train clinical staff on CLIA waived testing, evaluate and document the competency testing of all testing personnel, maintain Procedure and Quality Assurance Manuals; maintain laboratory inventory; evaluate and recommend appropriate testing methods; maintain Proficiency Tests and CLIA certification. These duties are in addition to the technical responsibilities. The laboratory manager works closely with the laboratory medical director (MD). The laboratory manager will take an active leadership role with AAAHC chapter standards as assigned, student programming, orientation for freshman students, and providing guest lectures and public speaking for outreach events, as a university employee within the division of student affairs. Additional duties include training for cross-coverage for clinical operations to include patient rooming, scheduling duties, etc.
Procurement Director Oshkosh Campus
Reporting directly to the University’s Controller, the incumbent in this position is responsible for the overall leadership and direction of all UW - Oshkosh procurement functions including Purchasing, Procurement Card, and Asset Management Programs. This position holds delegation authority from the University of Wisconsin System Adminisration.The incumbent supervises two Purchasing Agents and several part-time student employees. The incumbent will also serve as back-up to other Division staff members as requested by the Controller during peak workload periods and staff members’ extended absences from the Division. The primary duties of this positions require independent judgement and discretion. This position will interact with UW - Oshkosh institutional customers, state agency customers and suppliers
Director, Student Support Services Oshkosh Campus
The UW Oshkosh Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence is looking for a dynamic candidate responsible for the Student Support Services (SSS) program and Student Support Services STEM (SSS STEM) program and the supervision of department personnel. An individual in this role must possess professional experience working with students who are first-generation and/or who come from limited-income families. The individual must display strong communication, collaboration, leadership, management, grant writing and management skills. Expertise in assessment methods and data analysis and preparation of reports is required. This position functions with a high level of program budget development and management in accordance with institutional and funding source regulations, policies, and procedures.
Financial Specialist Oshkosh Campus
Under general supervision of the Controller the incumbent in this position performs Accounts Payable duties within the Financial Services unit of the Division of Administrative Services. This position is responsible for pre-auditing and processing for payment, accounts payable documentation related to direct payment requests, payment to individual reports, speaker and entertainment contracts, purchase orders, and meal requisitions. The incumbent participates in the maintenance automated financial record keeping systems. The incumbent is responsible for responding to inquiries from University administrators, faculty and staff members, and from external stakeholders, responses that require knowledge of the financial and administrative procedures and policies of the University, UW System, State and Federal agencies. The incumbent may provide department staff training, and also trains limited term employees, project appointments and student employees. The incumbent reports directly to the Controller.
Costume Technology Supervisor Oshkosh Campus
Directs the planning, operation, and supervision of the costume shop including the cutting and construction of costumes for all productions and/or supervision of costume shop personnel; and supervises alterations, purchasing, and rentals of costumes for each production and assists with technical and dress rehearsals.
Program Assistant-Nurse Anesthetist Program Oshkosh Campus
This full time, continuous position reports to the Post-licensure Program Director within the College of Nursing (CON). The incumbent will have daily contact with prospective and current students, university services staff, faculty, academic staff, and administrators. An individual in this role must be self-motivated, have working knowledge of college and university policies and procedures, display professional communication skills, dress, manner, and function independently with little or no supervision. This position functions with a high level of confidentiality.
Enrollment Counselor Oshkosh, Fox Cities, and Fond du Lac Campuses
The successful candidate will be a member of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh enrollment management team. The counselor will serve as a University ambassador and liaison with prospective students, parents/families, high school staff and other community members throughout the state and region. A focus of this position will be to provide prospective students with seamless and positive enrollment experience.
Title IX Coordinator Oshkosh Campus
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (UWO) seeks a dynamic candidate to serve as the Title IX Coordinator. Functioning as an oversight and monitoring role, this position serves to ensure institutional compliance through policy research, development, and management of an array of applicable legal, regulatory, and accreditation-related obligations including federal and state discrimination mandates and sexual harassment laws. Oversees all Title IX complaints in accordance with Title IX regulations. Identifies and addresses any systemic problems relating to complaints, provides campus training regarding Title IX and works with other departments to ensure Title IX policies are communicated to all constituencies. Collaborates with stakeholders across the University offices to ensure institutional compliance. The duties of the Title IX Coordinator will be guided by the principles of trauma-informed care. The Title IX Coordinator will also coordinate the university Clery Compliance Program with multiple stakeholders.
Instructional Designer (College of Business) Oshkosh Campus
We are seeking a dynamic instructional designer to work with instructors in the College of Business in developing and delivering online courses. As the only AACSB accredited business school in Northeast Wisconsin, the college has a long history of delivering online education and is looking to extend the number of online offerings as well as the quality of delivery. This position will be key in achieving our strategic goals of expanding offerings to traditional and non- traditional audiences in Northeast Wisconsin and beyond. For candidates without formal instructional design qualifications, additional training will be expected and supported upon hire. This link will take you to a video explaining the work of an instructional designer (not specific to UW Oshkosh):
Instructional Designer (Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning) Oshkosh Campus
The Instructional Designer works closely with faculty and instructional academic staff to assist with the development of courses, incorporating appropriate learning technologies and techniques, for both on-line and on-site programs.
Parking Enforcement Officer - Fox Cities Oshkosh and Fox Cities Campuses
Parking Services is looking to fulfill the enforcement needs of our Fox Cities campus which has recently implemented a parking permit user fee on their campus. This halftime position will work primarily at the Fox Cities campus throughout the 14-week semester times and Oshkosh campus during non 14-week times providing enforcement and other needs. Regular Fox Cities enforcement hours: Parking regulations will be enforced weekdays during the regular semesters. Schedule of enforceable hours: Regular enforcement hours, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. Event hours (no enforcement), 4:00 pm – midnight. Overnight patrol may be administered especially during winter weather months.
Associate Facilities Planning Specialist Oshkosh Campus
UW Oshkosh Facilities Planning and Construction department is looking for a candidate responsible for assisting with space management planning activities and office space design; designing and overseeing complex interior improvement projects; reviewing design and construction activities; and developing specifications for procurement of furniture. A sucessfule candidate will act as UW Oshkosh project manager for the design and construction of renovations, remodeling and new construction by directing the work of project architects/engineers, building construction representatives and campus staff to assure that the project is completed in accordance with approved programs, schedules and budgets; or review plans for compliance with building codes; and recommend and approve finish material selection. Develop, select, specify, requisition and oversee furniture, ergonomic equipment and finishes for all space on campus.

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