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Signature Sponsor for May

Shopbop is at the intersection of e-commerce, fashion and technology. We promote a collaborative culture, as our teams cooperate across departments within Shopbop and Amazon to continually innovate in an effort to better serve our global customer. You’ll work with big thinkers on projects that leave a mark on our organization, as well as on the broader technology, retail and fashion teams. We are driven every day by our Leadership Principles, which put our customers first, strive to be Earth’s Best Employer, and are thoughtful about our impact on local communities, the planet, and future generations. Acquired in 2006, Shopbop is an Amazon subsidiary.

Software Dev Engineer Ii

Shopbop's Warehouse Fulfillment Team (WFT), is looking for experienced software engineers who want to build the next generation of systems our customers will rely on for tracking, receiving, and returning products. As an Amazon subsidiary, we work daily to leverage and influence the latest Amazon and AWS technologies. Our engineers develop software across the full stack, impacting thousands of customers daily.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Site Marketing Web Developer, Site Marketing is looking for an organized Web Content Specialist to build editorial web content and projects related to the website and mobile, including but not limited to the homepage, lookbooks, online catalogs, boutiques, promotions, and all other content pages. This position in the Creative UX Department works closely with Designers, Merchandisers, Marketing, and IT Developers. This position is a great opportunity for someone who has web/mobile production experience and can consistently meet deadlines and goals. This individual must also have the desire to exceed business objectives and take on more responsibility.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Technical Program Manager

Shopbop, an Amazon company, is hiring a Technical Program Manager to run projects that improve our operations and impress customers with new offerings and better service. At Shopbop, you will use project management expertise and technical know-how to manage projects that balance business and customer needs against technical constraints. You will partner with departments leads and engineering teams to turn high-level objectives into goals, requirements, and user stories that deliver your vision. You will communicate frequently at all levels including routinely to the C-Suite to build and maintain alignment on your projects. You will dive deep into technical issues and be tenacious in solving problems for your customers.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Software Development Manager

The Checkout Manager builds the checkout experience for, an Amazon subsidiary and global destination for contemporary fashion. You will manage 8 Engineers responsible for all parts of customer checkout, customer service tooling, and backend systems for orders and payments. Your team will build new customer experiences that impacts 1,000s of customers daily and highly available backend services built on the latest AWS technologies.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Senior Ux Designer

NOTE: Position listed as NYC, but is flexible

We are looking for a Senior UX Designer that will continually invent and simplify for our customers at nearly every point of their online shopping journeys. From browsing and discovery, to product evaluation and finding the right size and fit, all the way to receiving boxes of the highest quality, established and emerging fashion brands, at their front doors. As a UXD at Shopbop, you will have the opportunity to own UX initiatives from start to finish, designing with the rigor and customer obsession expected of high performing Amazon teams, but with the scope and unique breadth of challenges that only an e-commerce subsidiary can provide. Partnering closely with Product Managers to help assess, optimize, and define performance metrics for both new and existing features and set roadmap priorities. Get close to our customers by conducting user research and usability studies, sharing your findings and customer insights and how they influence your design decisions, with the Shopbop Leadership, acting as a customer advocate in every meeting.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Non-Profit Job Openings

Desktop Support Engineer

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Our client, a very successful non-profit organization, located in Madison, WI, are in search of a Desktop Support Engineer to provide hardware, software and network problem resolution to end-users. The associate is primarily responsible for assisting to resolve and clearly communicate resolutions in a friendly/non-technical manner to all users, assist with technical projects, and maintain the desktop environment. The position reports to the IT Director.

Deadline: 05/31/2022

Research Technical Services Director

University of Wisconsin

The Research Technical Services Director will manage core research IT support for WCER and the School, with a budget of $1.2M. Reporting to the WCER Director and working in tandem with the center's Chief Operating Officer, the Research Technical Services Director will inspire a team of 12 technical professionals to develop strategies for implementing technology designs and infrastructure that supports diverse research needs. Skilled technologies the director will oversee include research-focused programming, website, multimedia, and graphics design, network administration, and computer services. The director will lead and develop a unit responsible for application development, hardware and software purchasing, setup, ongoing support, server administration, data security, and training. Critically, the director will ensure the security of the network environment in which end-users collaborate across the world.

The successful candidate will have a customer service, solution-oriented mindset and will offer innovative IT solutions for research projects and service staff in WCER. The successful candidate will have a broad set of technical skills while also being an excellent communicator, leader, and collaborator. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core principals at WCER and therefore the successful candidate will have a strong record of leading and implementing organizational and culture change that engenders a culture of belonging for diverse colleagues. The ideal candidate will support the work and professional growth of technical services staff while building and maintaining collaborative relationships with center leadership, WCER principal investigators, research teams, and service units. The director will be skilled at juggling competing priorities and technical issues such as data security, privacy, and innovation. All work of the successful candidate will be in service to WCER's values and strategic goals.

Deadline: 06/05/2022

Application Development Project Leader

Department of Transportation

As an IT Project Lead, you will provide planning, development and implementation leadership for complex projects which have a significant departmental impact.As a business analyst and as a member of a project team, this position will also work closely with business partners and utilize various methods to capture and document business requirements through interviews and meetings with subject matter experts.  The position will also identify test cases and create technical support documentation. 

Deadline: 05/24/2022

Endpoint Support Specialist

University of Wisconsin

Are you adaptable, customer service-focused and love finding solutions for computer problems? The Social Science Computing Cooperative is looking for a team member to provide endpoint support to faculty, staff, and graduate students at UW-Madison. They will work closely with a small team to develop creative solutions to technical problems in support of research. The person for this position will set up, upgrade, and integrate computers through an automated imaging process, and help troubleshoot hardware and software issues for Windows and macOS computers. They should have enthusiasm for helping people with varying degrees of technical understanding and possess a desire to learn and collaborate. Proficient oral and written communication skills and a commitment to great customer service will help this person be successful.

The principal duties for this position are:

- Troubleshoot problems for computers (macOS and Windows) and other peripherals in a managed environment

- Manage Windows and macOS endpoints using endpoint management platforms

- Support a wide variety of software applications

- Research and make recommendations on the procurement of new hardware and software

- Serve as resource for individuals and groups to learn about SSCC services

- Develop creative solutions to problems and be proactive in suggesting solutions that will facilitate teaching, learning, and research

- Create and maintain internal documentation

Deadline: 05/20/2022

Application Development Supervisor

Department of Health Services

This position manages day-to-day application development and support operations including direct supervision of permanent and contracted staff, as well as oversight of other ADS development staff work.

The Application Development Supervisor supervises the application development unit staff and services including support of web, mobile, database, and legacy mainframe application platforms as needed. As a management team, the supervisor and section chief will partner to oversee section services and resources. The section also operates in close partnership with other BITS teams and functions such as information security, project management, and technical operations.

The primary application development platform is Microsoft .NET, however Java and other applications platforms are also supported. Application development is done in alignment with a Software Development LifeCycle (SDLC) methodology. Other functions include testing, database administration (SQL, Oracle, DB2), application security, interface development, report development, new technology evaluation, change management, and project coordination. 

Deadline: 05/24/2022

Electronics Technician Security Senior

Department of Corrections

Under supervision, this position maintains, repairs, and calibrates electronic systems and equipment for the institution. The position also will plan and install new electronic security systems including modification and expansion of present systems. maintain, repair, and calibrate the most advanced and complex electronic systems and equipment. May need to respond to calls for emergency repairs during off hours.

Deadline: 05/24/2022

Lte It Coordinator (Madison)

Department of Natural Resources

Position 1, IS Comprehensive Services - Senior:  This 20 hours-per-week position is in Madison, WI and works under general supervision of the IT Systems Supervisor, guided by the Lead Information Technology Coordinator (ITC), and may include occasional travel within the state.  The position assists the Lead ITC, providing technical support to the Division of Fish, Wildlife and Parks' 1300+ staff statewide. Primary responsibilities include computer inventory maintenance, supporting and troubleshooting program-specific IT hardware and software, conference room support, researching and procuring equipment and ensuring asset information is up to date in the inventory tracking system.

Position 2, IS Technical Services Senior:   This 20 hours per week position is in Madison, WI, works under general supervision of the IT Systems Supervisor, guided by the Lead Information Technology Coordinator (ITC), and may include occasional travel within the state.  The position assists the Lead ITC, providing technical support to the Division of Fish, Wildlife and Parks' 1300+ staff statewide. Primary responsibilities include supporting and troubleshooting Telecom needs for the division and programs, management of system accounts, and management of distribution lists, mailboxes and calendars. 

Deadline: 05/22/2022

Associate Systems Administrator

Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development

The Associate Systems Administrator is an exciting and dynamic role that will allow you to use your experience and insight to implement change across our organization. This role will often be the face of IT as the first line of support for all end users. The ability to learn multiple technologies and take on a variety of support tasks is critical to this position. As the Associate Systems Administrator, you will be interacting daily with end users at all levels of the organization; strong communication skills are a must.

Deadline: 05/31/2022

Bioinformatics Software Engineer

University of Wisconsin

The Attie Laboratory within the Biochemistry Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time position for a Bioinformatics Software Engineer.  The successful candidate will work closely with our team and that of our collaborator (Avi Ma'ayan, Mt Sinai School of Medicine) to compile, curate, and construct integrated data platforms for both the ongoing genetic studies, as well as the project to revitalize the potential of GEO data sets.

Our laboratory performs large-scale genetic screens in mice to understand the relationship between genetic diversity and metabolic disease risk. We have a tight-knit team of career technicians and a Senior Scientist to lead this effort, which involves thousands of mice and hundreds of thousands of physiological and molecular measurements. Compiling the "big data" that derives from these studies, and integration with many orthogonal data repositories (e.g., human genetic studies) requires a high-level bioinformatics skills.

Deadline: 05/20/2022

Atp Program Director

University of Wisconsin

<p>The ATP Program Director reports to the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) - Administration Transformation Program (ATP), with day-to-day collaboration with the ERP Project Managers and strategy leads. The position will also work closely with consultants from the integration partner Huron, Workday resources, QA partners, and the functional Business Owners.</p>

The Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) is an enterprise-wide project led by UW System and UW-Madison that will implement a modern Workday enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and a Huron Research Suite 9.2 solution (Research Administration Management Project or RAMP) to manage financial, human resource and research administration activities. ATP is based on a people first approach to ensure decision makers, employees and stakeholders benefit from improved processes, efficiencies, consistency, and transparency.</p>

The Director is responsible for the successful multi-year Workday and RAMP delivery. The scope of the program includes both technology and business transformation across the domains of Finance Management, Human Capital Management, and Grants/Awards Management.</p>

The individual will work in collaboration with current IT and Business Leadership to manage both functional specific work streams as well as establish and maintain an integrated approach that ensures all functional areas work seamlessly together.</p>

Deadline: 05/26/2022

Service Operations Coordinator

Web Platforms/Services is a group in the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. We provide enterprise-scale services that enable the creation of standards-based websites, web applications, and digital experiences for a wide variety of stakeholders at UW-Madison and across UW System campuses as well as some other higher education campuses in the nation.

This position will work as part of a team responsible for a platform called MyUW that provides applicants, students, faculty, staff, advisors and instructors with a suite of integrated information and resources that are tailored to their roles and interests. The individual in this role is responsible for maintaining MyUW?s existing service level agreements (SLAs) and documentation as well as executing admin, outreach, and coordination work within current team practices.

The right candidate will have strong business analysis skills to solve customer problems and fulfill needs with existing service offerings and pre-built application functionality. We are looking for someone who is comfortable working cross-functionally and in partnership with multiple groups. This position will require astute collaboration, project management and relationship management skills, therefore, this candidate would also be comfortable with navigating change and managing relationships in large institutions.

Deadline: 05/25/2022

Is Business Automation Analyst

Department of Transportation (DOT)

This IS Business Automation Analyst is responsible for assisting with, from inception to completion, multifaceted automation projects with significant impact to the Department’s consultant contracting data base. This position must ensure project compliance with agency development policies, procedures and standards as well as enterprise-wide standards. In addition to the analysis, design, development, testing and maintenance of a project, this IS position manages the fiscal resources associated with projects and is responsible for the planning and budgeting of resources, work flow and project delivery. This position will identify statistical needs and develop programs capable of producing meaningful data reports.

This position must continually study and understand consultant contracting to enable them to identify process refinements and potential ideas for process improvements that might benefit from the application of automation technology. This position must coordinate work efforts, communicate status, effectively negotiate timelines and project concerns and provide direction and consultation to all levels within the organization. CARS and Masterworks e-contracting systems have a significant effect on the State’s Consultant Contracting Program and its overall State Highway Improvement Program.  This position provides recommendations and guidance to various Department Divisions management concerning the specific information systems developed and supported by this program area.   

Deadline: 05/30/2022

Senior Applications Developer


WHEDA is looking for a dynamic and collaborative problem solver to join our Information Technology Group as a Senior Applications Developer. The successful candidate will apply their unique skills to support the people, processes, and technology critical to our organization’s success. Once hired, employees must be a resident of Wisconsin (exceptions may be discussed).

Deadline: 05/30/2022

Business And Data Analyst

Division of Transportation

This position serves as a business area expert and information systems expert that assists in management of the department’s Local Road Pavement Analysis Program.This position is responsible for the compliance with State Statute 86.302(2) by approximately 1900+ local governments. Wisconsin municipalities and counties are required to assess the physical condition of highways under its jurisdiction using a pavement rating system approved by the Department and report the results of that assessment to WisDOT. This position also assists with the business automation for State Statute86.302. These business programs and systems support the local road general transportation aid (GTA) program that annually exceeds $400 million, and the federal Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) program that annually exceeds $700 million in federal aid appropriation.

Deadline: 05/18/2022

Electronics Tech Security Sr

Department of Health Services (DHS)

This position is responsible for maintaining, repairing, and calibrating electronic systems and equipment. This position will also plan, design, and install new electronic security systems, as well as modify and expand the present electronic systems. Additionally, this position will provide assistance to other maintenance staff and provision of maintenance reports.

Deadline: 05/31/2022

Director Of Student Enterprise Applications

University of Wisconsin

The Director of Student Enterprise Applications will lead the Application Development and Technical Services team within the Office of the Registrar, which includes setting the strategic direction for the area as well as supervision and development of experienced technical staff. This person will provide leadership and direction in the alignment, integration, and development of technological improvements, particularly within the Student Information System (SIS), as well as other enterprise systems maintained by the Office of the Registrar (e.g., Curricular Information Management System, Transcript and Diploma Services, etc.). This individual will also provide oversight and coordination of development, enhancements, infrastructure, and maintenance of SIS in alignment with SIS Governance and Division of Enrollment Management and Division of Information Technology teams (e.g., DBAs, technical leads, etc.), as well as direct and facilitate communication with SIS stakeholders across campus. This individual will participate in the development, recommendation, and implementation of policies and procedures that affect the administration of student and academic data and will advise the University Registrar and Vice Provost of Enrollment Management regarding such policies.

Deadline: 05/31/2022

Admissions Business Analyst I

University of Wisconsin

The Admissions Business Analyst I is a critical member of the Graduate School Office of Admissions and reports to the Director of Admissions. This position will work with Graduate School staff, Information Technology (IT) staff, graduate program staff, faculty, students, and other campus partners.

The Admissions Business Analyst I has two main responsibilities.   First, this position will assist in the evaluation of admission applications by reviewing grade point average (GPA), academic credentials, English proficiency, and degree equivalencies. This work will help the incumbent to fully understand the admissions process while allowing for interaction with applicants and program staff throughout the admissions process.  Second, the incumbent will maintain and improve processes, policies, and systems by leveraging a strong working knowledge and technical expertise in Graduate School systems, campus databases, and information technology tools. The sucessful applicant will be responsible for creating training opportunities and documentation for faculty and staff on graduate school systems and processes.

The successful applicant must be able to work independently, be a strong communicator and be able to provide excellent customer service to a diverse population of stakeholders.

Deadline: 05/26/2022