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Locksmith Oshkosh Campus
Installs and maintains locks and control systems to ensure the safety and security of students and employees. Maintains and updates computerized key and lock records to ensure availability of up-to-date facility security information. 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.
HVAC Mechanic Oshkosh Campus
Installs, maintains, and repairs environmental control or refrigeration equipment to ensure proper operation of equipment within an assigned facility. May direct the work of other staff performing routine maintenance and repair functions.
Mathematics Lecturer Fox Cities and Fond du Lac Campuses
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh invites applications for several part- or full-time instructors to teach a variety of developmental and general education mathematics courses on the Fox Cities and/or Fond du Lac campuses. Instructors will be assigned 6-15 hours per week of in-person and/or synchronous online instruction, with average class sizes of under 30 students. This position carries with it the strong possibility of rehire following satisfactory performance in the first year. The Fox Valley is a lovely region of east-central Wisconsin, situated only an hour away from the beautiful Door County peninsula and only 90 minutes from Milwaukee and Madison. Fond du Lac is an exciting mid-size city at the foot of Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin’s largest inland lake and is just an hour from Milwaukee and Madison. The two campuses are situated just 40 miles from one another, and both communities are affordable and family-friendly. New instructors can expect to be welcomed and quickly integrated into an energetic, inclusive, multi-campus department of diverse faculty and staff who are dedicated to our teaching and our students, and a small interdisciplinary campus community with a shared focus on the first- and second-year student experience. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: A master’s degree in mathematics (or a master's degree in any field with at least 18 credits of graduate mathematics), and a minimum of one year of experience teaching mathematics at the developmental and/or general education level. (Experience teaching in either a college or high school setting satisfies this requirement.) Successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to teach effectively in multiple modalities, a commitment to cultivating equitable and inclusive learning environments centered around active learning and innovative pedagogy, particularly in developmental mathematics classes.
Welcome Center Manager and University Special Event Coordinator Oshkosh Campus
This position serves as the primary venue manager for the Culver Family Welcome Center (CFWC) and the coordinator for weddings, social and corporate events held at the venue. Responsibilities include scheduling site visits, creating contracts and space diagrams and managing all details and event logistics. As part of the CFWC team, this position also oversees all of the hiring and supervision of the student operations team and building managers. Additional responsibilities include overseeing building operations functions including managing financial procedures, along with billing and conference center maintenance and purchasing. In addition, this position manages, plans and organizes specific major University special events, including but not limited to Midyear and Spring Commencement ceremonies and the Opening Day Convocation. Event management includes controlling event information flow, basic marketing and web updates, planning and managing logistics, schedules and timelines, recruiting, hiring and management of all employees, volunteers and event participants and providing onsite event coordination.
Administrative Assistant II Oshkosh Campus
This Administrative Assistant II position will be split between two UW Oshkosh departments. This position will spend 50% of time working with each the Center for Community Development, Engagement and Training and the Biogas Departments. 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.
Student Success Navigator Oshkosh Campus
This position will help prospective students explore their online degree options at UWO. They will serve as a first point-of-contact for academic inquiries, and provide students with online program information. The position will also assist students in navigating the application, admission and enrollment processes. They will connect students to campus resources and important information in the first year as an online student. In conjunction with admissions, financial aid, and advising units this position will support retention efforts for new UWO students. The ideal candidate will have an understanding of non-traditional and adult student experiences, and be able to acknowledge the unique set of obstacles these students face.
Central Office Manager Oshkosh Campus
Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Resident Life, Housing Operations, the Central Office Manager for the Department of Residence Life at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is responsible for the supervision and oversight of all activities related to the department’s central office. This position also preforms or assists with special duties and projects throughout the year and during the summer as needed. The qualified candidate will work both independently and as a team member to ensure a wide range of deadlines are met. Strong communication, organization, and priority serves as a department and campus resource. Standard work hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Hours may be adjusted during academic break periods. Additional hours will be required during Labor Day weekend and may also be required for opening of Spring semester.
Student Success Navigator Oshkosh Campus
The successful candidate will be a member of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh enrollment management team.  The position will serve as a university ambassador and liaison with prospective students, parents/families, and a main point of contact for students during their first year at UWO.  A focus of this position will be to provide prospective students with seamless and positive enrollment experience, in addition to facilitating proactive outreach and support to retain students at the university.
Coordinator for Special Programs & Desk Services Oshkosh Campus
The Coordinator will be responsible for the design, planning, implementation and evaluation of departmental openings and closings. Under the direction of the Associate Director of Residence Life - Housing Operations, the Coordinator will work collaboratively with internal and external partners to provide superior service to students, staff, families, and the greater university community. They must coordinate an effective and efficient operation of Main Desk Services. The Coordinator must be committed to the development of an open and welcoming environment, where students, staff, and community members feel safe, respected, and valued. They will serve as a member of the department’s Leadership Team, participating actively in strategic planning, budget development and policy creation.
Police Sergeant Oshkosh Campus
This position is responsible for all aspects involved in the supervision of patrol officers. The Police Sergeant conducts daily briefings, schedules work, participates in and oversees the activities of officers, organizes employee training, trains and evaluates police officers, creates schedules and approves payroll for employees, and oversees the overall operations of the Community Service Officer (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 is expected to make most decisions without consulting a higher authority. This position is under the general supervision of a Police Lieutenant.
Associate Dean of Social Sciences (Internal Search) Oshkosh Campus
The College of Letters and Science is searching for an Associate Dean to join its administrative staff. The Associate Dean will assist the Dean in providing leadership and guidance for departments and programs in the College, working closely with those in the Social Science division. This is an internal UWO search.
Custodian Lead (2 Positions) Oshkosh Campus
The Custodian Lead reports to the Custodial Services Supervisor and is responsible for guiding custodial staff (permanent, temporary and student) in the performance of cleaning services, in addition to performing regular cleaning tasks. The incumbent must have excellent communication, organizational and time management skills when working with students, custodians, staff and supervisors; be physically able to perform custodial duties according to department standards; have the ability to assign and review work; have the ability to operate custodial cleaning equipment according to instructions; and follow all safety rules and report safety violations to a supervisor. The employee may come in contact with blood-borne pathogens and other potentially infectious materials. Must have a valid WI driver’s license and be authorized to drive a University vehicle upon appointment; will drive a university fleet vehicle (van, passenger van or box truck) to deliver equipment and supplies; must successfully complete a pre-work screen to ensure the ability to perform the essential functions of the position. Hours of work are Sunday-Thursday 10pm to 6am and every other weekend
SBDC Business Consultant Oshkosh Campus
The Wisconsin Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UW Oshkosh is seeking a Business Consultant to join the statewide network supporting entrepreneurs and small business owners through no-cost, confidential consulting and educational programs. Local SBDC experts facilitate improvement and growth for small and emerging mid-size companies and help launch successful enterprises.
Animal Care Technician II Oshkosh Campus
This position will function independently and be knowledgeable in small rodent handling and rodent research techniques, in full compliance with USDA, OLAW, AAALAC, and IACUC regulations. This position will be responsible for performing routine animal husbandry tasks, including breeding and health care. Duties include general animal care (feeding, watering, breeding), monitoring animal room environments, cleaning primary/secondary enclosures, receiving/transporting animals, restraining/handling animals, documenting health, performing research procedures, and general facility maintenance and housekeeping. This position interacts with the campus Lab Animal Manager, with investigators, and with the Campus Veterinarian; supervision of part-time undergraduate student employees is also expected. This is a full-time continuous University Staff position; hours/days are somewhat flexible to accommodate occasional weekend and holiday duties.
Director of Residence Life Oshkosh Campus
The Director of Residence Life is responsible for the administrative leadership of the on-campus residential life program and for fostering a student living environment that supports and complements the mission of the university. Residence Life has a revenue generating capacity of 3,100 in 10 residence halls with 570,125 square feet of living space (4,015,961 gross square footage across all residence halls) and an operating budget of $14.5 million. Furthermore, the Director supervises the Gruenhagen Conference Center, a full-service, year-round conference center that annually supports approximately 85 conferences and groups. The Director has responsibility for supervision of personnel, management of fiscal resources, facility operations and use, problem solving, administration of room assignments, and review, development and implementation of policies and programs impacting the on-campus living community. The Director must also ensure that students are involved in shared student governance by maintaining positive working relationships and active involvement with hall governance. The Director will supervise and participate in after-hours on-call emergency response and will be required to attend weekend and evening events.
Maintenance Mechanic Fond du Lac Campus
Assists with facility and equipment maintenance, and repairs to ensure property meets established standards and to minimize downtime on the campus and equipment. Assists with other departments and event preparation as needed. 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.
Early Childhood Education Assistant Teacher Oshkosh Campus
We are growing and 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 will assist with curriculum preparation, classroom facilitation, and student monitoring to ensure safety and foster an environment of learning and development. This position Interacts regularly with parents. 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).
Early Childhood Education Teacher 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).
Facilities Technician III Oshkosh Campus
Inspects, maintains, and repairs specialized equipment and facilities to ensure property meets established standards and to prevent further damage. Assists with construction, design and operational maintenance as needed. 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.
Career Development Coordinator Oshkosh, Fox Cities, and Fond du Lac Campuses
Become part of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where Titans are reachers, leaders, and champions and faculty/staff continue to support the institution’s 150-year tradition of innovation. As the third-largest university in the UW System, UW Oshkosh offers comprehensive Career & Professional Development to all students on three campuses. Join a team that is committed to student success and offers an array of services and events.

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