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Compliance and Title IX Coordinator Oshkosh Campus
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (UWO) seeks a dynamic and innovative candidate to serve as the Compliance and Title IX Coordinator. The successful candidate serves as the institutional compliance officer for Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; develops institution-wide policies, maintains compliance data and oversees the compliance program and affiliated staff; develops and delivers training, monitors institutional risk, and communicates risk and remediation strategies to leadership to ensure compliance with institutional policies and/or laws and regulations. The duties of the Compliance and Title IX Coordinator will be guided by the principles of trauma-informed care.
Assistant Professor of Hmong Studies Oshkosh, Fox Cities, and Fond du Lac Campuses
The College of Letters and Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh seeks applications for a tenure track assistant professor of Hmong Studies, discipline and tenure-home open, contributing primarily to the Oshkosh campus but with the expectation of contribution to all campuses and course delivery modes (in-person, online [synchronous/asynchronous], and hybrid). We invite qualified candidates to join our growing Hmong Studies Program. Hmong Studies at UWO is a critical race and ethnic studies program that is interdisciplinary in its examination of the historical, political, and socio-cultural experiences of the Hmong in the U.S. and globally. We seek candidates with content and research expertise in some of the following areas: critical refugee studies, transnationalism, colonialism and US imperialism, intersectionality, and decolonial methods. Strong preference will be given to applicants who engage in critical Hmong Studies in the areas of history and/education. Responsibilities include teaching and developing courses for the Hmong Studies Certificate, pursuing an active research agenda, advising/mentoring students, and service to the Hmong Studies Program and UWO.
Grants Accountant Oshkosh Campus
Serves as primary liaison between faculty and the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) for management of funded grants. Coordinates the functions between, and among, administrative and academic units across campus and the Financial Services Office to ensure appropriate management of funded grants and contracts. Implements University policies and procedures to ensure institutional compliance with granting agency regulations and policies. The position provides direct assistance to Principal Investigators in the development and submission of competitive proposal budgets to Federal, corporate, and private agencies. The position also performs monthly bank reconciliations and other general accounting functions. May lead and be a resource for others in the unit. Occasional hybrid work option will be considered.
Marketing Specialist Oshkosh Campus
Reporting to director of marketing, the marketing specialist will serve as an integral member of the University Marketing and Communications (UMC) team. This position will be responsible for supporting UMC’s strategy by working with campus stakeholders to produce high-quality marketing materials. The marketing specialist will serve as an account liaison for various departments at the University and will meet with stakeholders to assess marketing needs and opportunities, conduct research, recommend strategy, analyze campaign effectiveness through data, and produce marketing deliverables. In addition to marketing coordination, the position will contribute to the content strategy of the University through the contribution of copy for marketing, including web, social networks, newsletters, advertising and e-communication. The marketing specialist will champion the institution’s marketing strategy, develop best practices, maintain high standards of copywriting, serve as a project manager, provide creative direction, and collect, analyze, prepare and summarize data and trends relevant to ongoing or future marketing activities.
Vehicle Equipment Technician III Oshkosh Campus
Performs diagnosis, maintenance, and repairs to automotive vehicles, large engines, diesel engines, hydraulic systems, air brake systems, large agricultural vehicles, and related equipment to ensure effective functioning of vehicles and equipment. Must pass a pre-work screen to ensure the ability to perform essential physical functions of the position. Must have a valid WI driver’s license and be authorized to drive a University vehicle upon appointment. This position will require a background investigation.
Food Server Oshkosh Campus
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is looking for a fulltime Food Server/Cook for our Children's Learning and Care Center, located on our Oshkosh Campus. The successful candidate in this role will enjoy work days, Monday - Friday, and full-time benefits. Must love working with young learners!
1 Year old and 3 Year old Teachers Oshkosh Campus
Now is the time to further your career in Early Childhood Development! The UWO Children's Learning and Care Center is looking for caring and committed professionals to join our team. The successful person in this role prepares classroom lessons, facilitates classroom programs, and assesses student progress to ensure safety and foster an environment of learning and development in accordance with established curriculum. This role also Interacts regularly with parents, and trains new teachers and students. Candidates of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Monthly bonuses are currently available through the Child Care Counts: Stabilization Payment Program from Wisconsin Department of Children and Families (DCF).
Budget Planner II 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 decision-making processes, and make recommendations to the campus divisions and units.
Groundskeeper Oshkosh Campus
Maintains and landscapes lawns, planting beds, and fields. Inspects grounds to ensure conditions meet institutional grounds keeping standards. Must pass a pre-work screen to ensure the ability to perform essential physical functions of the position. Must have a valid WI driver’s license and be authorized to drive a University vehicle upon appointment. This position will require a criminal background investigation.
Interior Designer Oshkosh Campus
Assesses and meets client design requirements, designs, coordinates renovation and refurbishes interior spaces, and collaborates with other construction professionals to ensure design solutions align with client needs and meet regulatory and professional building standards. This position will require a criminal background investigation.
Outreach and Operations Specialist Oshkosh Campus
The ERIC is a state-of-the-art research and testing lab that offers a full range of laboratory testing capabilities. The ERIC is connected to many other University programs, such as the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology (DEET) and the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin. The Outreach Specialist will act as lead administrative support to the ERIC, while also providing recruitment, marketing, and outreach services that both increase student DET student enrollment, support the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin, and provide ERIC client support. These duties include student recruitment, outreach with business leaders, client relations, financial reconciliation of the DEET and ERIC budgets, and tracking of lab infrastructure. This position will also be responsible for assisting the laboratory staff and associated faculty with hiring of student employees and will participate in recruiting and outreach activities related to Engineering and Engineering Technology.
AVCEM Administrative Assistant & Division of Student Affairs Office Manager Oshkosh Campus
Reporting to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management (AVCEM), the AVCEM Administrative Assistant & Division of Student Affairs Office Manager, under limited supervision, provides administrative support to the AVCEM and other staff in the Office of Student Affairs. The individual will perform key projects and administrative tasks; serve as a primary point of contact for internal and external stakeholders to obtain, provide or exchange information; supervise the work of 2-4 student employees; perform various responsibilities in support of the daily operation of the AVCEM and Office of Student Affairs. In this position, the incumbent is required to work in-person during normal office hours. In all areas of responsibility, the Administrative Assistant must demonstrate ability to independently organize and prioritize work, meet multiple and concurrent deadlines/projects, pay close attention to details, and quickly adjust and make decisions to resolve problems. The individual must be able to provide exceptional customer service in a fast-paced environment that values student growth and development, including being prepared to assist students in times of crisis or with sensitive concerns.
Administrative Assistant II Oshkosh Campus
Provides Administrative Support for the Mathematics Department at UW Oshkosh. Work in collaboration with the department chair and faculty performing various responsibilities in support of departmental programs and set priorities to ensure that deadlines are met.
Administrative Assistant II, Computer Science and Physics Oshkosh Campus
Provides administrative support for the Computer Science Department and Physics and Astronomy Department at UW Oshkosh. Work in collaboration with department chairs and faculty performing various responsibilities in support of departmental programs and sets priorities to assure deadlines are met.
Assistant Professor of Geology Oshkosh Campus
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Geology Department excels in teaching and research and is searching for a field-oriented groundwater hydrologist with expertise in environmental geology to join our faculty as a full-time, tenure-track assistant professor. We have a well-respected undergraduate-only program that is known for producing high-quality graduates. We value both teaching and research equally. The candidate will be expected to develop and maintain an active research program producing peer-reviewed scientific publications. The successful candidate will be an outstanding teacher, and perform service for the Geology Department, university, community, and profession. The successful candidate will teach introductory Environmental Geology, Physical Hydrogeology, Chemical Hydrogeology, and develop and teach a field course. Additional courses and expertise in Glacial Geology, Climate Change, and Geomorphology would be beneficial. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and equitable culture that welcomes everyone, values diversity, and engages in continuous reflection and improvement to fulfill this commitment.
Associate Vice Chancellor/Dean of Students for Student Affairs Oshkosh, Fox Cities, and Fond du Lac Campuses
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh seeks an entrepreneurial, innovative, highly visible and experienced leader to serve as the next associate vice chancellor for student affairs and dean of students.
Administrative Assistant II Oshkosh Campus
This full-time position is located on the Oshkosh campus and part of the Center for Community Development, Engagement and Training (CCDET). The Administrative Assistant II position requires a high degree of accuracy, excellent critical thinking skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work well independently as well as in a team environment. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, work effectively under pressure to handle a wide variety of activities, with strong written and verbal communication, a high level of administrative and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities.
Early Childhood Education Teacher Fox Cities Campus
Now is the time to further your career in Early Childhood Development! University Children's Center is looking for a caring and committed professional to join our team. The successful person in this role prepares classroom lessons, facilitates classroom programs, and assesses student progress to ensure safety and foster an environment of learning and development in accordance with established curriculum. This role also interacts regularly with parents and supervises student workers. Candidates of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Monthly bonuses are currently available through the Child Care Counts: Stabilization Payment Program from Wisconsin Department of Children and Families (DCF).
Communications Manager Oshkosh Campus
The Communications Manager is responsible for a broad range of Reeve Union responsibilities, including promotion and marketing, supervision and management, departmental messages, communications, and assessment.
Lab Technician Oshkosh Campus
The Department of Biology is seeking an energetic individual for a half-time position that supports the department mission of teaching and research. Specifically, the job entails washing research and teaching glassware, assisting with preparation of media, and assisting with the set-up of microbiology labs for majors and non-majors courses. Candidate must be able to multi-task, work effectively as a member of a team, and communicate clearly with a variety of constituents.

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