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Data Warehouse Architect Medicaid

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

The Enterprise Data Warehouse Architect works in the Data Management, Security, and Storage Section in BSM. This position will play a critical role in implementing innovative enterprise data warehouse and data analytics modules to advance data-driven decision making capabilities.

This position is the DMS subject matter expert for data warehouse strategy, architecture, design and implementation, and is responsible for technical oversight of the Medicaid enterprise data warehouse, and data analytics and reporting systems.

Deadline: 03/01/2021

Lte Gis Data Services Specialist

Department of Natural Resources

This position's primary responsibilities include the implementation and oversight of geographic information systems (GIS) and application to the Parks and Recreation Management (PRM) program by overseeing GIS data collection; processing GIS data, and maintaining GIS data. Other duties include developing and managing the PRM Program's web maps and feature services; analyzing data requirements; performing spatial data analyses; creating GIS-based maps. In addition this position will research and present in visual format property-based lands issues and assist with data quality assurance/quality control to support PRM Program business needs.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Lte Gis Systems Development Services Specialist

Department of Natural Resources

This position will be primarily responsible for developing and providing GIS-based services and performing GIS-based functions for the Wisconsin State Park System and the Bureau of Parks and Recreation Management. Duties will include the development of data systems to collect, analyze, and present GIS data. This position will maintain and provide GIS data as well as develop new applications to present GIS data to staff and the public.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

It Help Desk Intern

Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association

As a Help Desk Intern at WFAA, you will gain hands-on IT support experience and will provide you an opportunity to gain exposure to a wide range of technologies. Hours:  Monday – Friday, 10-20 hours / week between the hours of 8:00AM – 5:30PM.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Software Engineer

Wisconsin Supreme Court

1) Collaboratively develop software applications for the Wisconsin Court System. 2). Participate in full life cycle software development process. 3) Provide technical assistance to customer support staff. 4) Assist with the effort to standardize methodologies across all CCAP teams.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Technical Integration Engineer


This position is responsible for translating business requirements into well-engineered integrations that are successfully tested and deployed into application systems. The position interfaces with internal and external customers to determine the most efficient and cost-effective approach to meet their business requirements. This position is responsible for assisting in design, architecture, and coordination of testing security components while ensuring security standards meet strategy goals.

Deadline: 02/01/2021

It Project Manager

Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin

The IT Project Manager is responsible for the management of projects including: working with project sponsors to create Project Charters, Project Management Plans, Project Communication Plans, Work Breakdown Structures, and other standard project management work products. The IT Project Manager will also help develop new project management templates as necessary. The IT Project Manager is responsible for all aspects of the project lifecycle including facilitation and execution of the project plan as well as execution of the solution development lifecycle (SDLC).  Additionally, the incumbent leads and directs cross-functional teams to deliver projects within the constraints of schedule, budget and scope.   The IT Project Manager must demonstrate sufficient knowledge and experience to appropriately apply a methodology to projects that have reasonably well–defined project requirements and deliverables.  The incumbent will make presentations to management as required and work closely with management on any special projects deemed critical for the success of Group Health Cooperative of South-Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW). The IT Project Manager serves under the direction, guidance and supervision of the Technical Services Director.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Epic Applications Analyst

Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin

The Applications Analyst will be responsible for all aspects of the functioning of an Epic application (e.g., Tapestry, Resolute, Epic Care, Cadence) and will also maintain a working knowledge of all of GHC-SCW’s other applications. The Applications Analyst will be responsible for coordinating system upgrades, implementing new functionality, project planning, deployment of resources, and analyzing interoperability with other applications.  These duties require a highly detailed knowledge of the Epic application as well as ongoing certification in that application. The Applications Analyst will be the main point of contact for other GHC-SCW departments whose business needs are impacted by the Epic application. In addition, the Applications Analyst will assist the Manager in certain administrative departmental activities. The Applications Analyst will conduct complex clinical/business process analysis, needs assessments and related analysis.  Additionally, the incumbent will develop new workflows, and evaluate software functionality. The incumbent strives to insure information technology solutions meet the clinical/business initiatives of GHC-SCW. The Applications Analyst also has a strong emphasis on ensuring that our software is implemented in a manner that enhances GHC-SCW’s members’ experience with our organization.  The incumbent performs under the direction, guidance and general supervision of the IT Enterprise Applications Manager.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Senior Digital Experience Specialist

Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association

The Senior Digital Experience Specialist will work closely with colleagues to develop and distribute email campaigns for WFAA, its alumni chapters, and campus partners. WFAA uses Salesforce Marketing Cloud as our primary email marketing platform and the ideal candidate will have experience building emails, automations, and journeys in Marketing Cloud as well as experience with AMPscript and Marketing Cloud data structures. The Senior Digital Experience Specialist also works with colleagues to strategize, develop and execute digital content concepts for WFAA and its alumni chapters. To do so effectively, candidates must be comfortable working with HTML and CSS and have a solid understanding of fundamental web technologies. As someone in regular contact with alumni chapter leaders and internal stakeholders, customer service and effective communication skills are critical for success in this role.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Lead Software Engineer

Healthy Minds Innovations

We are currently seeking a Lead Software Engineer for our engineering team. We seek qualified candidates to help build robust and scalable mobile and web solutions facilitating a science-backed mindfulness offering for both end consumers and businesses. The successful candidate will be able to combine problem solving, strong leadership skills, excellent communication skills, and broad technical knowledge. This position requires the ability to work with a diverse and interdisciplinary team.

While the nonprofit Healthy Minds Innovations is located in Madison, WI, remote applicants are welcome. HMI employees are temporarily working remotely under current conditions. This is a full-time position.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Technical Services Analyst

Wisconsin Legislature

The Technical Services Analyst serves as the front-line technical support for the Wisconsin Legislature. The responsibilities of this position include the configuration, installation, upgrade and support of all LTSB-issued hardware and software platforms utilized by the Wisconsin Legislature and its service agencies. This includes all Senate and Assembly legislative offices in the State Capitol, as well as the Legislative Audit Bureau, Legislative Council, Legislative Fiscal Bureau, Legislative Reference Bureau, and the Legislative Human Resources Office.

Deadline: 03/01/2021

Senior Cybersecurity Analyst

Wisconsin Department of Justice

This position is a senior member of DOJ’s information security team working closely with the other members of the team to implement a comprehensive information security program. The Senior Cybersecurity Analyst is a hands-on role that requires a high level of technical expertise in Windows operating systems administration, Public Key Infrastructure, MITRE Attack Framework and ethical hacking. The person in this position is responsible for a broad range of tasks, including the day-to-day administration of information security tools and devices, as well as support for Endpoint Detection and Response, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and includes significant responsibilities for the security administration of a wide variety of IT systems across the DOJ enterprise.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Uw Madison

University of Wisconsin

The Environmental Data Initiative (EDI) is a project, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to provide professional data management, archiving and publishing to ecologists. Duties will include curating and archiving a wide variety of datasets from researchers, frequently involving a fairly short turnaround time if data publication is required for paper acceptance.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Chief Information Security Officer Career Executive

Department of Administration

The Chief Security Information Officer (CISO) reports to the DET’s Deputy Division Administrator and is responsible for the statewide cybersecurity program. The CISO's role is to provide vision and leadership developing and supporting statewide cybersecurity initiatives. The CISO is responsible for all facets of cybersecurity activities and processes in support of new and ongoing technological efforts, projects, and day to day operations in addition to overall responsibility for ensuring policies, procedures, and technical standards and architecture are  regularly reviewed and updated to provide guidance and support in preventing unauthorized access to State of Wisconsin technology systems and the sensitive data they may contain.  The CISO is also responsible for providing regulatory oversight for cybersecurity programs. This oversight includes the development of enterprise-wide policy, procedures, and guidance for compliance with Federal laws, regulations, and guidelines, and sound cybersecurity and privacy practices.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled