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Correctional Officer

Department of Corrections

Correctional Officers are responsible for ensuring the security, custody, control, and treatment of persons in our care in DOC facilities.  Correctional Officers have the ability to make a positive difference in the lives of others and are an integral part of the criminal justice system.

Deadline: 12/29/2022

Workstation Support Team Leader

Department of Workforce Development

This position provides project management, complex workstation support, and cross unit project coordination.  Responsibilities include the development and management of large-scale Workstation Support projects; representation on enterprise-wide committees and interagency work groups; and research, evaluation, software and hardware configuration, implementation and coordination required to optimize the DWD technical architecture.

Deadline: 12/05/2022

Business Analytics Supervisor – Career Executive

Department of Administration

This position is responsible for leading a team maintaining analytics architecture to enable data analysis and data sharing, ensure integrity, viability, and availability of solutions across all domains.  Additional key business intelligence activities include modeling, measurement, analytics, collaboration/requests, Extract/Transform/Load (ETL), and enterprise reporting / dashboards. Working with business and technology partners to set direction for enterprise architecture and business intelligence.  Evaluating and identifying trends within the industry over time such as container based architectures, mobile, machine learning, predictive measures, alerting functionality, big data, etc. Leading data governance and database administration across teams. Addressing ongoing requirements stemming from additions of source systems, new data analytic requirements, and the growing need to gain insights into business operations and effectiveness.

Deadline: 12/05/2022

Ticketing Website & System Administrator

Wisconsin Union Theater

The Ticketing Website & System Administrator is responsible for building, implementing, and maintaining arts ticketing web pages as well as building and maintaining arts events within the computerized ticketing system (AudienceView) for the Wisconsin Union Theater and Campus Arts Ticketing customers.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Systems Coordinator

Local and Tribal Governments:Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority

  • Responsible for day-to-day operations of the Network/Server, Desktop and Telephone environment. Provides secondary support to the Server, Network and Desktop Administrators, in troubleshooting and meeting business unit needs.
  • Provides hardware and software problem resolution related to networks, servers, printers, telecommunications, and operating systems. Serves as back-up or next level support (beyond Help Desk) and determines when additional and higher level of support is required.
  • Performs system administration activities for applicable systems and data. Including setting up user security, applicable system, and security patching, maintaining, and monitoring data integrity, integrating assigned applications with other applications and systems, maintaining contracts with outside vendors, and defining reporting and alerting requirements. 
  • Trains internal staff and customers on the use of systems, following approved WHEDA security standards, policies, and guidelines, and assisting with configuration of systems.
  • Implements necessary changes to systems, applications, and information as requested in accordance with IT security policies, standards, and guidelines.
  • Assists with project management activities, including research and development regarding certain technologies; may test, analyze, and make recommendations based on findings.
  • Recommends hardware and software configurations or enhancements to ensure optimum performance and capability of networks, servers, and desktops to meet user needs; ensuring system configurations conforms to Authority standards. 
  • Performs or assists with other organization needs as requested or required.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Veterans Non Competitive Appt

Department of Administration

All position types are open for qualified veterans to apply through this process. Job duties will vary depending on position obtained. Job categories will be used to match your qualifications and skillsets with potential positions. This catalog is a sampling of occupational categories available in state service, that may match your qualifications. Please review the catalog, and when prompted, select the job areas you are qualified for, and would like to be considered for job openings.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Applications Developer

University of Wisconsin

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Graduate School provides an instructional and research environment for approximately 10,000 graduate students at the master's and doctoral levels, overseeing over 250 programs, certificates, and minors stretching across virtually every school and college in the University. The Graduate School receives nearly 20,000 applications from all fifty states and 140 different countries of the world. It confers more than 800 doctoral and 2200 master's degrees each year.

The Graduate School is planning to migrate its recruiting and admissions process to Slate CRM system. The Applications Developer is responsible for managing the life cycle, analysis, creation, and modification of the CRM system for graduate recruiting and admissions. For graduate admissions this includes designing, implementing, and managing CRM system for electronic applications, application fee grant system, application review and recommendation system, managing communication between applicants, program staff, and Graduate School staff, and graduate application administration. For graduate recruiting this includes managing applications pipeline programs, marketing graduate programs, tracking prospective applicants, and communicating with prospective applicants. The Applications Developer will utilize relevant application coding scripts to develop the necessary specifications for these functions in the CRM system. The Applications Developer may also test, debug, and improve the applications built using the CRM system. The Applications Developer will report to the Director of Admissions in the Graduate School.

Deadline: 01/13/2023

Accountant Advanced

Department of Public Instruction

Under general supervision of the Assistant Director of Business Services, this professional DPI enterprise accounting position requires independent judgment and advanced critical thinking skills to develop financial accounting systems, report on financial data, participate in the design of the PeopleSoft system configuration, assist in the implementation and direction of internal financial audits, manage and develop indirect cost rate proposals, monitor inventory control functions, and interpret and apply federal and state accounting policies and procedures. This position provides financial management assistance to the department and to the Business Services team and oversees the accounting for the Departments estimated $8.1 billion budget. This position serves as back-up to the agency GAAP accountant and provides advice on revenue and expenditure projections for biennial budgets and quarterly projections to the department’s policy and budget team as well as assistant superintendents, program administrators, and directors.  The ability to interpret state, federal, and agency rules and policies is necessary for the preparation of accounting entries, allotments, budget items, and auditing procedures concerning PeopleSoft, the State of Wisconsin accounting system.

Deadline: 12/05/2022

Applications Development Manager (Career Executive)

Department of Public Instruction

Under the general direction of the Chief information Officer (CIO), this position is responsible for leadership for the Application Development and Management Team as well as its portfolio of applications and strategic business partnerships.

The incumbent must manage and direct the efforts of State employees and consultants, facilitate functional work with stakeholders, program areas, product owners, scrum masters, and application developers, as well as provide technical expertise for the budget, planning, development, management, design, testing, and implementation of applications and interoperable solutions in a workplace culture that embraces Agile/Scrum methodology and DevOps practices.

In collaboration with the CIO and other IT managers, the incumbent is expected to provide leadership around architecture, infrastructure and security, applications development, and operations to help achieve a state-of-the-art environment and develop components that meet current and future initiatives for the Wisconsin Information System for Education (WISE) and Enterprise Application systems.

Deadline: 12/05/2022

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: Unknown / Open until filled

Application Environment Support Technician – 3 Positions

Department of Revenue

We are hiring for multiple positions as an Application Environment Support Technician!

Come and join a team of technology professionals in a challenging and rewarding position as an Application Environment Support Technician. This is an excellent opportunity to join a team that promotes a strong collaboration and provides opportunities for personal growth and professional challenge.

Do not wait for the next opportunity to apply. We have an experienced and dedicated team with limited openings. We are looking for someone who loves learning and working with variety of technologies.

You might be a good fit for this job if you have a broad set of IT skills and are looking to expand them.

As an Application Environment Support Technician, you will keep applications, and technology infrastructure on the cutting edge to enhance productivity, simplify IT, and provide a secure technology environment at the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled