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Student Services Program Manager I Oshkosh Campus
This position facilitates educational and developmental leadership opportunities with a mission to enhance the students’ overall experience and increase the retention, progression, and graduation rates for the institution. This position demonstrates an active, intentional and ongoing engagement with all aspects of diversity – in all people, projects and communities; recognizes, understands and appreciates the different ways in which others express themselves, various lifestyles, cultures, backgrounds and all unique differences; treats others with dignity, respect and consideration; works to create work environments that are experienced as safe by all; is curious about and open to others’ ideas.
Writing Center Program Specialist Oshkosh Campus
The Writing Center Program Specialist (University Services Associate 2) reports to and provides full-time administrative support to the director of the Writing Center. The program specialist coordinates the daily operation of the Writing Center, including student employment and payroll management; performs departmental course-building and scheduling; manages communication with students, faculty, staff, and administrators; and reports budget information. The position requires excellent communication skills in a variety of formats, the ability to work effectively with a broad range of people, the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and quickly adapt to change, and commitment to support the Writing Center’s mission of student growth and learning for all students.
Certified Medical Assistant Oshkosh Campus
This is an advanced position of responsible technical work involving a combination of clinical care, lab and clerical duties in the Student Health Center, and an engaged member of the University who supports the strategic priorities of Student Affairs.
Stockroom Manager Oshkosh Campus
The stockroom manager position in the Department of Biology is key to many aspects of the operation of the department. It will involve managing budgets, ordering supplies, inventory control and basic equipment maintenance. The individual hired will have to have strong written and interpersonal skills as there will be interaction with faculty, staff, graduate students, and the other Biology staff. We have a very friendly and inclusive work environment.
Academic Retention Specialist (2 positions) Oshkosh Campus
The Academic Retention Specialist in the Multicultural Retention Programs serves as a student academic success counselor responsible for monitoring students’ academic progress, advise/counsel students on various academic subjects, plan and coordinate social/cultural programs and events and provide a structure of support to ease students’ transition into, and through the university during their entire academic career. This position will also design programs and activities to promote the academic success and retention of underserved and underrepresented students who self-identify as one or multiple of the following groups: African American/Black, Asian American, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Chicano/a/Latino/a/x, and Native American/American Indian/Indigenous. The position will also foster student persistence/retention and develop programs, in conjunction with instructional and student development units, that will help ensure the academic and social success of at-risk populations.
Police Sergeant (2 Positions) Oshkosh Campus
The UW Oshkosh Police Sergeant is responsible for all aspects involved in the supervision of patrol officers and/or security personnel (including student Community Service Officers) assigned to a shift, work unit, or special event. The Police Sergeant also participates in, and oversees the activities of officers and student employees, plans training, evaluates performance, creates schedules, approves payroll, and oversees the overall operations of the student employee program. The Police Sergeant must frequently perform the same tasks as subordinates. During the University’s non-business hours, the Police Sergeant is often the highest ranking law enforcement official on campus and may be required to make decisions for the University that are only vaguely related to law enforcement. The Police Sergeant is under the general supervision of the Police Lieutenant.
Office Manager Oshkosh Campus
The UW Oshkosh, Oshkosh campus, is recruiting for an Office Manager for the Children's Learning & Care Center.
Lecturer and Scenic Designer Oshkosh Campus
The Theatre Department of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Oshkosh campus seeks a Lecturer and Scenic Designer for an academic program with a production season of four main stage productions plus student projects. This full time, fixed-term terminal, academic year position’s responsibilities are split between teaching courses for the department and scenic design and painting for productions as part of an undergraduate liberal arts BA/BS theatre program.
Administrative Assistant III Oshkosh Campus
The Student Recreation and Wellness Administrative Assistant provides specialized administrative support for the Department of Student Recreation and Wellness. This position reports to the Director of Student Recreation performing a combination of complex duties in support of critical administrative functions (including but not limited to communication and fiscal operations). This individual independently provides financial management of financial data for all areas of the unit’s operations to include: expenditure analyses, interpretation and application of all related rules/regulations/policies, departmental equipment rental, intramural entries, sport club accounts, facility rentals, memberships and foundation revenues. This individual supports budgetary decision making and planning by the Director. The administrative assistant also provides leadership and support for the Student Recreation and Wellness Center Welcome Desk Staff as well as student employee on boarding and hiring processes.
Coordinator of Indigenous Student Support & Wellness Oshkosh Campus
The Coordinator of Indigenous Student Support & Wellness reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor (AVC) of the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence (ASIE) and Chief Diversity Officer (CDO). This position's primary purpose is to support Indigenous students (Indigenous to the Americas, but particularly Wisconsin) at UW Oshkosh through the provisions of academic support, cultural consultation, outreach, programming, and advocacy. A thorough and nuanced understanding must inform this work focused on the Indigenous students' unique lived experiences, particularly in white-dominated institutional spaces. Understanding the impact of racial trauma, anti-Indigeneity, Indigenous identity development including Two-Spirit and intersecting identities, intergenerational trauma, and settler colonialism, will be critical to success in this position. Additionally, the position will provide personal, cultural, academic, and financial aid advisement to Indigenous students. The position will provide Indigenous students with outreach to tribal higher education programs to enhance support, coordinate tutoring and study groups with the Center for Academic Resources (CAR) and serve as an advocate and liaison with university staff and faculty. This position will create and maintain an advisory council and communication network at UWO that reviews Indigenous students' needs while maintaining collaboration to enhance support services, including traveling time to off-campus locations. Further, this position will evaluate retention services and provide leadership regarding Indigenous students' status to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence and Chief Diversity Officer.
Director, Center for Customized Research & Services and Economic Development Oshkosh Campus
This position is primarily responsible for leadership, coordination and support to a wide variety of activities, projects, and tasks related to the daily and strategic operations of the Center for Customized Research and Services (CCRS). It is also responsible for the development, execution, and delivery of research and consulting projects for internal and external customers for CCRS. Finally, the position broadly supports economic development activities, including grant development and project execution and cultivation and maintenance of relationships with local, regional, state and national economic development partners.
Dean, College of Letters and Science Oshkosh Campus
UWO seeks a dynamic and innovative leader as the dean of College of Letters and Science (COLS) that will serve an increasingly diverse student body, support faculty diversification that is commensurate with the composition of the changing student populations and face the current issues in higher education with collaborative, creative problem solving.
Head Women's Tennis Coach Oshkosh Campus
Develop and maintain an effective and competitive intercollegiate women's tennis program through the recruitment of quality student athletes and successful coaching of those individuals. In the recruitment effort, incumbent will be a representative of the total institution, with all of the factual knowledge and sensitives required by that representative.
Power Plant Operator - Senior/Relief/Maintenance Oshkosh Campus
This position’s primary responsibility is to assist in the daily maintenance of the boilers and chillers and their auxiliary equipment. Secondary responsibility is relief of Operator Seniors that are in “leave” status. In maintenance capacity, this position works in conjunction with the Power Plant Operator In-Charge in the minor and major plant maintenance as needed. While in relief of Operators on leave, this position is responsible for the safe operation and maintenance of Heating/Chiller equipment, records management, plant safety and security. Must pass a pre-work screen to ensure the ability to perform essential physical functions of the position.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Information Systems Oshkosh Campus
The Information Systems Department in the College of Business at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh invites applications for a tenure-track faculty member at the Assistant/Associate Professor level, to start September 1, 2021. Successful candidates will teach general IS classes for the College, IS major core classes, upper-level courses in the Information Systems major, and graduate classes in the MBA program and Master of Science in Information Technology Management program. The faculty member will also participate in the department's curriculum development efforts. In addition, they will maintain active programs of scholarly research and publication in Information Systems or a related field, and provide service to the department, college, university, and the profession.
Assistant Professor of Biology Oshkosh Campus
This tenure track position, in one of the largest and fastest growing departments in the College of Letters and Science, offers an excellent balance between teaching, research, and unparalleled opportunities for personal and professional growth. We are seeking a highly motivated individual for a unique position; the position is split between our very successful Medical Technology Program (the incumbent will teach two courses, Medical Bacteriology and Medical Mycology for the program) with the remaining teaching load dedicated to our Microbiology or Environmental Health Majors as well as students in our pre-healthcare programs. We are looking for an individual who has a background in medical microbiology who will complement the expertise we already have among our faculty, and who is collaborative and collegial. In addition, we are looking for someone who will develop a research program, advise students, and involve students in research. If this is you, please apply!

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