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Media Specialist Oshkosh
This position works with the staff of the Division of Online & Continuing Education (OCE) to promote the division through social media, the website, and outreach communications. We are looking for a creative, self-motivated, organized individual to join our team. The individual must display professional communication skills and function independently with moderate supervision.
Front Desk Manager Assistant Oshkosh
Help build a positive first impression of UW Oshkosh. This position is responsible for maintaining high levels of customer service for guests in admissions, scheduling campus visits, and assisting with all office operations.
Academic Department Associate (Public Administration & Criminal Justice) Oshkosh
This position provides comprehensive administrative support to the Department of Public Administration (0.5 FTE) and the Department of Criminal Justice (0.5 FTE). The person in this position has primary responsibility for managing office activities in support of the two departments’ programs. Possessing strong interpersonal and communication skills, exceptional organizational skills, good time management skills and being detail-oriented are characteristics critical to the success of the individual employed in this position. This position reports directly to the Department Chairs of both departments.
Residence Hall Director Oshkosh
The Residence Hall Director (RHD) is responsible for the welfare and development of students in the residence hall. The primary goal is the development of residential communities supportive of personal growth, academic achievement and respect for the rights of others. The RHD strives to foster individual and community development by means of: individual and group advising, staff supervision and training, appropriate role modeling, performance of administrative functions and participation as a fully functioning member of the professional Residence Life Staff Team.
Assistant/Associate Professor, Nurse Anesthesia Emphasis Oshkosh
The Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Nurse Anesthesia Emphasis will work collaboratively with faculty and staff to develop the next generation of caring and scholarly nurse leaders.
Law Enforcement Dispatcher Oshkosh
Full-time Law Enforcement Dispatcher position, responsible for receiving and dispatching non-emergency calls with various clerical duties. This position is 3rd shift (12am-8am) and is currently Monday-Friday, however applicant must be available to work weekends and holidays as needed.
Director of African American Studies Oshkosh
The College of Letters and Science is searching for an assistant or associate professor to direct and expand our African American Studies Program through ongoing curricular development, campus leadership, and community outreach/recruitment.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science Oshkosh
The Computer Science Department at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh seeks applicants for a tenure-track Computer Science position beginning September 1, 2019. Ph.D. in Computer Science or a closely related field is required. ABDs with a reasonable likelihood of degree completion prior to hiring may also apply. Duties include teaching in an ABET-accredited program, conducting research, and advising majors.
Child Care Teacher Oshkosh
Plan, coordinate and implement the developmentally appropriate care for children infants,or toddlers, or two year olds, or three year olds or four or school age Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education or related degree Experience teaching in an early childhood classroom and school age classroom for school age; training in and experience using Creative CurriculumNS training in Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards and The Pyramid Model
LGBTQ Resource Center Program Assistant Oshkosh
This position will assist the LGBTQ Resource Center Director with the day to day operations of the LGBTQ Resource Center by performing general administrative duties; managing the budget; developing, arranging, and facilitating programming; promoting programs and services; and assisting in supervising student staff. The ability to work with multiple stakeholders including students, faculty, and guests is essential, as is openness to diversity. This position is a 9-month, October - June, 40 hours per week job. Work hours for this position are generally 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday throughout the nine months, but this position requires the ability to flex one’s schedule to accommodate evening programs and events.
Receptionist Oshkosh
The Department of Residence Life invites applicants for the position of Receptionist. This .75 FTE position is integral to the delivery of exceptional customer services to students, families, campus colleagues, and community members. Strong communication, organizational and priority setting skills, and the ability to work successfully independently & with team members is critical.
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.
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.
Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Oshkosh
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (UW Oshkosh) invites nominations and applications for a distinguished, talented and committed academic leader to serve as its next Provost and Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs. The university seeks an energetic, creative individual who is committed to the success of students, faculty, and staff, capable of maintaining strong relationships with community, and able to provide visionary leadership.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources & Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Oshkosh
The Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources & Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (AVC HR/EO/AA) serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer and Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Officer (CHR/EO/AAO) for the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. The position is responsible for developing and executing human resource strategy in support of the University’s overall strategic direction, specifically in the areas of talent management, change management, organizational and performance management, training and development, titling, compensation, benefits administration, and equal opportunity and affirmative action. The CHR/EO/AAO reports directly to the Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services and serves on the Chancellor’s Leadership Council. The CHR/EO/AAO serves as a strategic advisor to the Chancellor’s Cabinet and Leadership Council (comprised of the Chancellor’s cabinet members, academic deans, academic vice provosts, and governance group leaders) on all human resources issues. The CHR/EO/AAO works closely with campus administration and interacts frequently with faculty, academic staff, university staff, university organizations, and students.

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