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Associated Facilities Planning Specialist Oshkosh
This position reports to the Director of the Planning and Construction. The Planning and Construction department, which is part of Facilities Management, is responsible for providing planning, design and construction services for 3.3 million GSF of space within 57 buildings in addition to oversight of leasing and facility usage agreements for the UW Oshkosh campus. This position is responsible for assisting with space management planning activities and office space design; designing and overseeing complex interior improvement projects; reviewing design and construction activities; and developing specifications for procurement of furniture. Act as UW Oshkosh project manager for the design and construction of renovations, remodeling and new construction by directing the work of project architects/engineers, building construction representatives and campus staff to assure that the project is completed in accordance with approved programs, schedules and budgets; or review plans for compliance with building codes; and recommend and approve finish material selection. Develop, select, specify, requisition and oversee furniture, ergonomic equipment and finishes for all space on campus. In addition, the position develops and maintains a sophisticated computer-aided design data base system which includes office space inventory and management system for campus buildings. This position exercises considerable independent initiative and independent judgment in establishing daily priorities in activities, and makes decisions involving space management planning and design with upper level agency representatives typically without the supervisor present. Work will typically be performed under general supervision.
Engineering Tech Academic Department Associate Oshkosh
The Department of Engineering of Technology (DET) houses 3.5 faculty and the Viessmann Chair.  The program is highly collaborative and is home to transfer students from many institutions in northeast Wisconsin.  It is a fast growing program with a number of unique aspects to manage.  The position is multi-faceted and includes office work, ordering and tracking of supplies, and support of new initiatives.  The position is 0.75 FTE annually, but we anticipate flexibility with hours.  In particular, we anticipate more hours during the academic year and less in the summer.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Literacy and Language Oshkosh
The Department of Literacy & Language at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh seeks a tenure-track faculty member at the Assistant or Associate level. The person in this position will teach undergraduate courses on campus, with an emphasis on the literacies of early and middle childhood, and graduate courses in the MSE-Literacy program both on campus and in cohorts throughout Wisconsin. In addition, this person is expected to maintain an active program of research and publication and provide service to the department, college, university, PK-12 community, and profession. The Department of Literacy & Language provides graduate programs leading to a master’s degree, licensure as a reading teacher and reading specialist, and a certificate in literacy coaching and provides undergraduate courses in literacy for all teacher preparation programs offered by the College of Education and Human Resources. Faculty members in this department are committed to local, state, and national leadership in literacy and to a vision of literacy teaching and learning that is multimodal, constructivist, and equitable.
Benefits and Wellness Specialist Oshkosh
The Benefits and Wellness Specialist administers benefit programs, including retirement programs and FMLA by maintaining 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. The position also serves as the University’s wellness contact through creating and implementing programs for the purpose of educating and engaging employees and their dependents in healthy lifestyle choices.
Human Resources Assistant Oshkosh
Under general supervision, the incumbent will provide assistance for recruitment and staffing, titling, PageUp applicant tracking system management, and backup for data entry processing of personnel transactions for all employees on the UW Oshkosh campus.
Dean of the College of Education and Human Services Oshkosh
The Dean of the College of Education and Human Services (COEHS) is an experienced, doctorally prepared educator and leader who is primarily responsible for providing quality leadership for the College of Education and Human Services. The Dean represents the College of Education and Human Services and the University at local, regional, national, and global levels, including outreach to rural and urban communities and underrepresented groups. Consistent with the mission, vision, and values of the University and the College, the Dean works diligently to foster a diverse, vibrant and collaborative community. In addition, the Dean operates within a strong campus culture of shared governance. The Dean reports to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Faculty and Academic Affairs (INTERNAL SEARCH) Oshkosh
The functions of this position include, but are not limited to, administration of faculty and instructional academic staff human resource management issues regarding recruitment, retention, renewal, tenure, promotion, and terminations. This position is also responsible for handling communication between Academic Affairs and faculty/academic staff; revision and implementation of policies incorporated in, and maintenance of, the University Faculty and Academic Staff Handbook in cooperation with shared governance bodies; participate in conflict resolution for faculty, academic staff, and student issues not resolved at previous levels; Academic Affairs representative to the Student Care Team; Member of the International Education Emergency Response Team, and miscellaneous academic issues and activities as assigned. Units reporting to this position include: Office of International Education, the Student Opinion Survey Program, Testing Services, and the Office of Student Research and Creative Activity.
Night Custodian Oshkosh
This position will function as a member of the Student Recreation custodial team providing excellent facility care and customer service to SRWC and Rec Plex patrons. An individual in this role should be flexible in the performance of their job functions and communicate respectfully with students, co-workers, supervisors, and other University staff.

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