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Auto Mechanic Oshkosh
This position will perform skilled automotive, light truck and heavy duty trucks (1 ton pickups, 4 ton trucks and 6 ton dump truck), large front end loader, and equipment repairs on campus vehicles and equipment. The person in this position must be able to diagnose, trouble shoot, and make repairs to external parts and accessories, engines, both gasoline and diesel; manual and automatic transmissions and drivelines, including transfer cases and front and rear differentials; and hydraulic systems. This position may require ability to weld and perform general fabrication in the repair of equipment. This position will diagnose, repair and overhaul small engine powered equipment including but not limited to lawn mowers, garden tractors, outboard motors, chainsaws, pumps and emergency generators. This position must be able to work independently and also function as a Facilities team member. Computer skills and record keeping are necessary along with ability to maintain inventory, work orders and other records. This position is also an active member of the snow removal team for the Campus in which overtime will be required. Normal work hours are 6 am to 2:30 pm, but must be available for after hour events and call-ins.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Curricular Affairs and Student Academic Achievement (Internal Search for Current UW System Employees Only) Oshkosh
The functions of this position include, but are not limited to administration of curricular related initiatives and assessment of student learning activities including academic program approval and review, articulation agreements, UW System reports, assessment of general education and majors and general education initiatives. In addition, this position provides direct supervision to the UW Oshkosh Office of Institutional Research, Registrar, Advising, and the Center for Academic Resources and national higher education projects and initiatives. (e.g., the American Democracy Project and the WI Campus Compact). This position is also responsible (liaison) for handling communication between institution programs and UW System Administration regarding implementation of policies related to program planning, approval, and review and participation as administrative liaison to the UW Oshkosh Academic Policies Committee, Faculty Senate Committee for the Assessment of Student Learning, University Studies Council, University Studies Committee and matters concerning UW Oshkosh’s accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission. The position includes serving to the HLC System Liaison Group.
Associate Dean of Students Oshkosh
Under the direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor & Dean of Students, the Associate Dean of Students is responsible for delivering services to students that promote academic and personal development, retention, and success. These services include, but are not limited to, providing direction and intervention for students, intervening with students with mental health concerns, coordinating services with other care resources on and off campus, administering the student code of conduct, working with University staff and faculty to resolve student problems, mediating and resolving conflict, and student referrals. Position also serves as Deputy Title IX Coordinator for the institution. The Associate Dean will coordinate services for the student care team and Title IX.
COLS Student Academic Affairs Officer Oshkosh
The position of Student Academic Affairs Officer (SAAO) in the College of Letters and Science will administer and oversee academic policy interpretations, exceptions and options for students with grade or curricular issues. The Student Academic Affairs Officer will work in conjunction with College of Letters and Science (COLS) academic departments and programs, Online and Continuing Education (OCE), the Undergraduate Advising Resource Center (UARC), Registrar's Office, Dean of Student's Office, Student Support Services (SSS), Graduation Project, and the Admissions Office in applying and interpreting curricular policies. The position is an annual 0.5 FTE continuing academic staff position. Schedule to be discussed with supervisor.
Police Officer (Two Positions) Oshkosh
UW Oshkosh Police Officers are sworn law enforcement officials (State of WI, LESB certified) responsible for providing a full range of law enforcement services at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Police Officers are expected to embrace community policing philosophies, engage and partner with the community, analyze data and problem solve for the purpose of crime prevention. Officers are also expected to have the ability to conduct complex investigations, take photographs, collect physical evidence; prepare complete written reports of all investigations and testify regarding those reports.
Administrative Support for SIRT Oshkosh
The Sustainability Institute for Regional Transformation is seeking a motivated, upbeat, team-oriented individual to help support and grow our institute. The person in this position should know or have the ability to quickly learn university policies and procedures, digital platforms (web, listserv, social media), and grant seeking. The right person will also be able to offer event planning and support.
Web Marketing Specialist Oshkosh
This position reports to the director of marketing and is responsible for creation and maintenance of University websites. This position is responsible for researching top practices, creating engaging websites and pages, developing high-quality content and working with clients across campus to help meet institutional goals. 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.
Benefits and Wellness Specialist Oshkosh
The Benefits and Wellness Specialist administers benefit programs, including retirement programs by maintaining an employee database; responding to requests; interpreting policies and procedures; researching problems; providing information; and establishing and maintaining a working relationship with University of Wisconsin System Administration (UWSA), Employees Trust Fund (ETF) and other benefit providers.

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