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2022 Campaign Assistant (Limited Term Employee)

United Way of Dane County


United Way of Dane County fights for the education, financial stability, and health of everyone in Dane County. We are committed to the vision of a Dane County where everyone can succeed in school, work, and life. To facilitate this, we follow our Agenda for Change, which outlines six community goals focused on three priority areas of Education, Income, and Health – the building blocks of a stable life. Each of these goals is achieved through the implementation of United Way initiatives, or community-based programs operated by our agency partners and United Way of Dane County. 

Purpose of Position

This position provides administrative support to the Loaned Executive (LE) Program and Resource Development department at United Way of Dane County. This position will spend a significant amount of time arranging campaign material drop-offs/pick-ups, entering data, and corresponding with Loaned Executives (has the option to be partially remote). Additional responsibilities include organizing materials, assembling information packets, and distributing campaign materials. ?May include donor/account research as needed. Campaign Assistant should have valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle and be able to lift 30 pounds.? 

This full-time limited term employment position starts in June and goes through approximately November of 2022, pays $15 per hour, and does not include employee benefits.  

Position reports to Director of Development Operations.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

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: 08/31/2022

Atp Program Director

University of Wisconsin

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.

ATP established a timeline to deploy the Workday ERP solution and RAMP at every campus on July 1, 2024. Deployment on this date will provide less disruption and a higher likelihood of success compared to deploying at the beginning of a state biennium (e.g., July 1, 2025) when new appropriations and laws are simultaneously enacted. Further, ATP determined that a 30-month project period (beginning January 1, 2022) is in line with other successful implementations.

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.

In this role, the Director will provide the necessary leadership for the creation and design of the detailed ERP systems solutions architecture and implementation. He/she will supervise integrated solution design, configuration and development tasks that include not only the technology architecture but also the related business processes and information management required for the design and roll out to be successful.

This requires strong leadership of both internal University of Wisconsin staff and external implementation partners. This position is responsible for the implementation of standardized business processes across all UW institutions and ensuring that they are maintained and adhered to consistently.

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.

This role 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.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Clinical Informaticist, Pathology And Laboratory Medicine

University of Wisconsin

This is a full-time position that will provide expert support for the breadth of pathology informatics (over missions of clinical operations, education, and research) across the Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and the UW Health system.

Candidate will work closely with the following teams/leaders:

- Director of Laboratory and Pathology Informatics

- Department of Pathology faculty and operational leadership

- CMIO and the rest of the Physician Informatics team

- Faculty champion of Beaker AP and other Beaker superusers

- IS and Lab IS leadership and analysts

- Center for Clinical Knowledge Management

- Clinical Research Data services

- Biomedical Informatics

The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profound commitment to diversity both as an end in itself but also as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, we strongly encourage applications from candidates who foster and promote the values of diversity and inclusion.

Deadline: 08/31/2022

Data And Systems Administrator

Department of Administration (DOA)

This position will help lead the Data and System Management team which is charged with serving as the administrator for the systems and software used to manage the State Building Program comprised of 2,000 projects in an active phase of design or construction!

Duties will include leading and serving on the system administration team for the State’s capital project management software that manages end-to-end delivery for projects managed by the Division; Overseeing the training and technical support efforts for State and industry partners utilizing the project management software; Supporting current and future integrations between the project management software and other systems such as the State’s ERP financial software, construction review software, and a GIS application; Overseeing data management and analysis for the Division’s project data; and leading any efforts in the Division to procure and implement new software supporting the implementation of the State Building Program.

Deadline: 08/22/2022

Business Solutions Manager Reannouncement (Hybrid Remote)

Department of Workforce Development (DWD)

This position will take on roles such as a project manager, business analyst, and product owner, while providing quality assurance, training, and application support for the IT solutions developed. The Business Solutions Manager will serve as a point of contact for at least one business unit, being responsible for supporting and consulting with that unit to ensure that their IT needs are met.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Senior Software Developer Emerging Tech And Prototyping

Educational Testing Service,WI?jid=1156e15d65ca9bf1&lvk=phPebzKI8SoW0BBNGYB3Mg.--MYLF6x0g3

The Senior Developer works in the Center for Emerging Technology Research to brainstorm how new technologies like Web 3.0, Blockchain, AR/VR AI & Machine Learning and others can benefit ETS' products and services and drive our mission forward. Then following up by building working prototypes to validate those concepts and packaging them as a building blocks and services for future integration into the innovation pipeline. This position drives technology innovation using proofs of technology, proofs of concept, and prototyping to inform the business about the potential of new technologies and provide starter implementations for product solutions.

Deadline: 08/31/2022

It Equipment/Building Access Coordinator

Department of Workforce Development

In this role, you will work with the Asset Manager to manage the centralized IT equipment receiving/disbursement pool and the Department-wide surplus/disposal program. This position works with Facilities staff to manage the security-related tools for employees and business partners, as well as other move-related tasks to keep the many building databases current.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Medical Technologist Lead

Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin,WI?jid=e8e376da4105dcda&lvk=-q-A0eSdimiHoKgHhMA_uw.--MYGH8XOcs

The Medical Technologist - Lead is responsible for performing laboratory procedures as ordered by a practitioner. Medical Technologists work as generalists in the areas of: Chemistry, Hematology and Urinalysis. Responsibilities include: performance of lab tests from all GHC-SCW locations in any or all departments; performance of quality control, troubleshooting, and maintenance functions; collection of specimens; and other tasks as assigned. The incumbent is also responsible for the provision of technical support to providers, and other GHC-SCW internal staff; and daily operational oversight and support to Medical Technologist's, Medical Lab Technician's and Medical Laboratory Assistants.

The incumbent knows and abides by all Group Health Cooperative of South-Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW) organizational and departmental policies, sets personal standards and strives for high quality work in completing assignments, performs job duties in a timely manner, and represents the organization in a positive manner.The incumbent understands our Mission, Vision and Common Values (stated below) and is committed to promote these values in behavior and attitude.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

It Business Intelligence Data Engineer

Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin

Data Engineer responsibilities include gathering user requirements, defining system functionality, and building data solutions with SQL Management Studio and the SAP Business Intelligence Suite. The Data Engineer will also work with the team to maintain and improve existing processes.

In this role, you should be a team player with a keen eye for detail and strong instincts for problem-solving, as well as the ability to manage multiple projects and tasks. You should also be willing to independently research technology outside of your current skill set and comfort zone. Knowing the answer is great, being able to find the answer is better.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Director Of Administration Hr & It

Community Living Alliance,WI?jid=d41a73a94dfbc983&lvk=BQCQFDm2rEUKZQqAJMX5Sw.--MYLwp_0js

As part of the Leadership Team, the Director of Administration oversees the Human Resources (HR) and Information Technology (IT) functions. This position provides strategic direction in managing both people and technology resources, including staff recruitment, retention, development, compensation, benefits, technology strategy and implementation, staff technical support and skill development, and oversight of contracted network administration and security services.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

It Security Analyst

Department of Administration

This position is responsible for:

  • Gaining situational awareness through continuous monitoring of networks and other IT assets for signs of attack, anomalies, and inappropriate activities
  • Determining the cause, scope, and impact of incidents to stop unwanted activity, limit damage, and prevent recurrence
  • Continuously identifying and remediating vulnerabilities before they can be exploited
  • Separating and controlling access to different networks with different threat levels and sets of users to reduce the number of successful attacks
  • Protecting information on computers that routinely interact with untrusted devices on the internet or may be prone to loss or theft

Deadline: 08/15/2022

Application Development Supervisor

Department of Health Services (DHS)

The Application Development Supervisor manages the application development unit staff and services including support of web, mobile, database, and cloud-based application platforms. This position has a key role in the strategic modernization of platforms to new, low-code, cloud-based solutions. Evaluation and adoption of new technologies such as Okta, Salesforce, and Microsoft Power Platform & Dynamics are part of this modernization.

This position works closely with the ADS section chief as a management team to oversee section services and resources, and operates in 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. 

The highest level of customer service and professionalism is required while delivering value to the customer. This position is also responsible for proactive relationship building with DHS business areas, and timely response to incidents, requests, and project deliverables. This position will build and support the team while holding staff accountable to best practices and quality standards that will provide value to our customers.

Deadline: 08/31/2022

It Systems Engineer

University of Wisconsin

This position supports the technical needs of the Department of Integrative Biology at UW-Madison. This involves supporting users and systems in administration, advising, instruction, and research endeavors. This role is encouraged to proactively develop creative solutions to problems, whether through designing and maintaining local IT systems, or serving as the point of contact for centralized IT services.

The incumbent will be expected to work closely with faculty, researchers, and staff, providing just-in-time and in-depth technical assistance; plan, implement, and document technical and endpoint infrastructure and controls, collaborate with the department's administrative team, providing guidance and advice on IT policies, procedures, and best practices, and collaborate with other IT staff in the College of Letters & Science.

Deadline: 08/21/2022

Electronics Tech Security Sr

Department of Health Services (DHS)

This position will primarily work Monday-Friday with daytime hours, but may be required to work weekends, holidays, and overtime as needed.

All applicants who may be appointed will be required to allow DHS to conduct a background check to determine whether the circumstances of any conviction may be related to the job being filled.

All appointees will be required to receive a TB test, which will be administered by MMHI or medical personnel approved by the facility prior to their start date.

Employees are required to provide documentation of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by their start date. Exceptions will be granted to those who obtain an approved medical or religious accommodation or those who provide documentation requiring a delay in receiving the vaccine.

This position requires the ability to drive a State vehicle or the ability to provide one's own transportation. In order to become authorized to drive a State vehicle, you must meet the requirements of the State of Wisconsin Fleet Vehicle Policy, which are:

  • Must have a valid driver's license;
  • Must have minimum of two years licensed driving experience;
  • Must be 18 years of age.

Additionally, your driving record MUST NOT reflect any of the following conditions:

  • Three or more moving violations and/or at-fault accidents in the past two years;
  • Operating While Intoxicated (OWI)/Driving Under the Influence (DUI) citation within the past 12 months;
  • Suspension or revocation of driver's license.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Information & Data Manager (Re Announcement)

Department of Natural Resources

This position functions as the PII/Information & Data Manager. Data/Information is a critical DNR asset. As such, the DNR is required by state and department policy to execute due diligence by promoting and implementing sound data quality, data usage, and data security & privacy practices.

Accountabilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Define, manage, and advance data management principles and policies for ownership, stewardship, and custodianship of data.
  • Coordinate stewardship activities for consistency across the Agency.
  • Coordinate, collaborate, and cooperate closely with DNR CIO, CISO, Legal, Records, Agency departments/programs and their staff on standardized data-related methods, procedures, and frameworks.
  • Work closely with IT Director and Bureau of Technology Services (BTS) operational staff to ensure data management principals are reflected in the build and utilization of data storage, backup, systems, and solutions.
  • Responsibility for the assessment and improvement of critical data assets across the DNR and plays a key role in promoting sound data quality, data usage, and data security & privacy practices.
  • Refine Business Intelligence strategies and technologies used by the DNR for data analysis of business information
  • Drive Metrics and Reporting to facilitate informed decision making
  • Manage the department's Privacy Program including privacy policies and initiatives.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Master Control Operator 3 Vacancies!!

Educational Communications Board (ECB)

The role of this position is to perform all aspects of operating shifts at the highest levels of proficiency within the Operations Center of the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board. This position will demonstrate basic progressing to complex skill proficiency in all three functional areas of operations tasks, including Master Control, Transmission Control, and Media Prep, under limited supervision of the Operations Center Manager.  This position will participate in training, process development, and refinement exercises as required. The incumbent will serve as a consultant to internal and external clients.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Systems And Policy Analyst Pharmacy Services

Department of Health Services (DHS)

These positions represent the pharmacy benefit information systems (IS) applications, needs, and requirements. The positions have major responsibility for the design, implementation, management, monitoring, enhancement and evaluation of assigned business area systems and operation of the Medicaid Enterprise System (MES) operated by a contracted fiscal agent, which includes system analysis and monitoring and project management.

Deadline: 08/31/2022

Java Developer Multiple Levels 3 Positions!

Department of Transportation

At the senior level, the position will test, deploy, support and maintain public-facing java applications based on business requirements using approved technologies and coding standards. The position will collaborate with the development team in the identification and resolution of code defects and work with the team to ensure consistency in processes and completion of project deliverables.

At the specialist level, the position will provide analysis, technical design, development, testing, and security review for complex projects/applications that utilize web, mobile, and mainframe platforms. The position will take a leadership role in consulting with multiple DOT areas to define technical business solutions by adopting innovative approaches for web development including new tool integration, framework conversions, quality code reviews, and security assessments.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

Software Engineer/Developer Iii

University of Wisconsin

We are currently looking for a developer to join our department to support our Financial Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. We seek an individual with a strong background in object-oriented programming (OOP) and relational databases, who has an understanding of the architecture of large ERP systems. This individual will work closely with Business Analysts and other developers to translate business requirements into well-engineered solutions, some of which will include cross-platform integration using vendor packages, web services, custom applications, and database design. They will also support ongoing infrastructure efforts necessary to keep things running smoothly and effectively, monthly migrations of new development, quarterly Critical Patch Updates, and annual PUM and PeopleTools upgrades.

Deadline: 08/18/2022

Rarc It Adminstrator

University of Wisconsin

Provides IT support for RARC end users, workstations, file server, database, website, list server, firewall, VPN, backup and peripheral equipment. Manage and code the RARC data-driven website, and other technology support systems as dictated by department and research needs. Continually updates software to assure systems are kept current, secure, productive and backed up. Assures compatibility of RARC information systems with other relevant campus systems. Sets up and maintains all computer equipment for RARC staff, including desktop, laptop and tablets. Provides ongoing training to staff in the use of hardware and software. RARC is a Mac-based department.

Deadline: 09/06/2022

.Net Application Developer (Multiple Positions)

Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA)

WDVA’s computer systems must be operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This may require work schedule changes to resolve problems affecting normal operations. A non-standard work schedule may be occasionally required to resolve computer problems during unscheduled work hours to ensure WDVA computer systems remain operational.

Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without WDVA sponsorship) at the time of application.

Due to the nature of this position, WDVA will conduct criminal background checks prior to an offer of hire.

Certain positions within WDVA may allow remote/work from home flexibility for a portion of their work schedule, depending on the needs of the position and the work unit. This topic and any remote work flexibility that may be available will be discussed in more detail in the interview process.

All state employees are required to report their COVID vaccination status, whether vaccinated or not, and must provide supporting documentation if vaccinated. Newly hired employees will be required to submit this information within their first two weeks of employment. At this time, those who are unvaccinated are subject to weekly COVID-19 testing protocols.

Deadline: Unknown / Open until filled

It Professional Iii

University of Wisconsin

The Department of Pathology Laboratory Medicine is looking for an IT Professional III. This position will provide computer consulting and programming for the faculty and academic staff. Work effectively both independently and as a team member with other computer support staff in the Department and on campus to advance the clinical, research and teaching missions of the Department of Pathology Laboratory Medicine.

SMPH is committed to being a diverse, equitable, inclusive and anti-racist workplace and is an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Applications from Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) individuals, LGBTQ+ and non-binary identities, women, persons with disabilities, military service members and veterans are strongly encouraged.

Deadline: 08/16/2022

Tech Supp Engineer Entry

Wisconsin Court System

If you have experience delivering and maintaining robust and reliable technical solutions, providing technical assistance to computer users, are customer service driven, and have experience resolving computer problems for clients; we encourage you to apply for the Court Technology Support Engineer position. This position is part of a growing and dynamic team that has overall responsibility for delivering and supporting the technical infrastructure that enables the operations of the Wisconsin Court System. The CCAP Technical Support team is responsible for supporting an efficient computing infrastructure, which includes computers, peripherals courtroom-based audio visual systems, and networking equipment for over 2,800 users in 80 remote locations statewide.

Deadline: 08/20/2022

Software Engineer

University of Wisconsin

Internet Scout is a research group based in the Computer Sciences Department at UW-Madison, focused on developing new digital repository and online resource discovery and dissemination tools and technologies, primarily for the Higher Education and Research communities. Current Internet Scout projects under way include Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Central ( and Metavus (

As a key member of the Internet Scout team, the Software Engineer will work with other team members to develop and maintain new open source software and build interfaces, technologies, and tools for various grant-funded projects. The position requires substantive software development experience, familiarity with user interface design principles, and excellent written communication skills.

Deadline: 08/13/2022

It Systems Engineer

Wisconsin Historical Society

The IT Systems Engineer works under the general direction of the Director of IT and is responsible for the design, development, deployment, and maintenance of the agency’s IT systems. They provide multidisciplinary information technology services to support routine to complex IT functionality according to each work unit or program's business goals and objectives. They monitor systems, provide maintenance and troubleshoot problems as they arise. Over time they will help navigate shifting IT Service providers and vendors, recommending and adopting new technologies that enhance efficiency, security, functionality and mission effectiveness.

This position is critical in ensuring stable and robust systems and workflows that support digitization, preservation, access, metadata and digital asset management related to museum collections, library and archives materials, and state historic preservation records. The Systems Engineer will participate in the planning, development and implementation of complex IT projects across multiple business and program areas. This position will collaborate on cross functional teams to enhance the quality of IT products and services, source and implement new business-oriented technology solutions, and modernize and automate business processes. The Systems Engineer will have exposure to a wide range of technology and business needs and participate in IT infrastructure planning for a new museum, upgrades and operational enhancements at historic sites and other offices across the state.

Deadline: 08/11/2022

Health Information Technology Program Manager

Department of Health Services (DHS)

The HIT Program Manager is a new and exciting opportunity to use your knowledge and experience of HIT to lead DMS’ efforts to leverage Medicaid systems, patient access application programming interfaces, federal and state information networks and data exchanges, and other HIT resources to advance the mission and goals of DMS. This position is responsible for fostering relationships and collaboration between DMS and external third-party HIT stakeholders to promote the connectivity of electronic health data and interoperability of health information technology.

This position will be responsible for developing, implementing, and managing HIT solutions with an emphasis on promoting interoperability and the exchange of information across Medicaid and other partner systems to support Medicaid program functions. This position will be engaging with both internal and external stakeholders to identify HIT considerations for existing and new program and policy initiatives across the Medicaid Enterprise Systems (MES) landscape.  

Deadline: 08/10/2022

It Cybersecurity Officer

City of Madison

The City of Madison's Information Technology Department is searching for our next Cybersecurity Officer The successful applicant will be responsible for leading, developing and implementing City-wide and large-scale department information security strategies, plans, programs, policies and procedures designed to protect the integrity and security of City data resources, operations and other information assets including equipment, in accordance with City policies and industry standards. Work requires broad business acumen, strong conceptual thinking and planning skills, exceptional interpersonal and consultative management competencies and vigilance in monitoring and detecting risks and taking prompt, appropriate, decisive action to resolve problems.

The ideal candidate will have a well-rounded technical background with demonstrated success in network operations for a city or county with experience in cyber security issues, and a desire to lead the cyber security strategy for the City of Madison.

Deadline: 08/29/2022

Java Developer

Department of Transportation

Looking to boost your career as a Java Developer? We have an exciting opportunity open at the Department of Transportation! We are looking to fill multiple positions over the next six months in our Application Development Support/Modal Enterprise Section at DOT,  in the Enterprise Service Unit. The current position will be filled at the IS Systems Development Services Specialist level.  

At the IS Systems Development Specialist level, the position will provide leadership to IT professionals on the adaptation and use of Java development tools and methods. Assignments made by the Area Supervisor or Project Leader involve working with various DOT business areas to develop solutions with many complex variables and also help in migrating Struts applications to Spring Boot framework using Angular framework.

This full time permanent position is located within the Bureau of Information Technology Services, Division of Business Management, Department of Transportation headquartered at the Hill Farms State Office Building on the near west side of Madison.

Deadline: 08/29/2022

Ticketing Website & System Administrator

University of Wisconsin

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.

Provides multidisciplinary information technology (IT) services to support routine to moderately complex IT functionality according to work unit or program's business goals and objectives.

Deadline: 08/17/2022

Adrc Data Systems Specialist

Division of Public Health

The Division of Public Health (DPH) is recruiting for an Information Systems Business Automation Specialist position, also known as the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) Data Systems Specialist within the Bureau of Aging and Disability Resources (BADR). This position may be located at one of the five Regional Offices and will primarily work Monday-Friday with daytime hours with minimal in-state travel expected. This position will be expected to work from one of the state office buildings a minimum of 2 days per week with the opportunity of 3 days remote work as well.

The ADRC Data Systems Specialist is responsible for state-level coordination and oversight of the information systems that support ADRC services. This position provides recommendations and guidance to internal and external partners and stakeholders. This position works as a data steward in consultation with the Division of Enterprise Services to identify appropriate requirements for information systems or products. In addition, this position provides data analysis, including acquiring, identifying, analyzing, and interpreting trends or patterns in complex data sets, and communicates findings. This position helps advance health equity initiatives by working collaboratively to support data collection in communities impacted by health disparities. This position also monitors changing business practices and analyzes options for improvement through changes to existing technology or the adoption of new technology. This position reviews proposed statutes and rules that may impact ADRC-related systems and leads the implementation of any mandated changes to ADRC-related systems. Finally, this position oversees systems access and provides technical support and training to ADRC systems users.

Deadline: 08/15/2022

Network Services Director

University of Wisconsin

The Network Services Director within the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is a visionary IT professional who understands the role that modern IT services can play in furthering the mission of the university and the experience of its students, faculty, and staff. The director is an innovative, forward-thinking member of the DoIT executive team.

The director works closely with campus academic and administrative units, research centers, UW System, network directors for state agencies, various state and regional consortia, and vendors to craft contemporary future-proofed network architectures and roadmaps. The director oversees a team of professionals who develop, plan, and implement long and short-term goals for networking and telecommunications with impacts across the entire university system and beyond. The director is a key point of contact for selected IT vendors. This position is also responsible for developing and monitoring operating budgets including expenses and revenue, financial controls and processes, business plans, and group policies, procedures, standards, and guidelines. The position will direct and manage approximately 5 managers, 45 professional staff and a $28 million budget.

Deadline: 08/22/2022

Devops Engineer

University of Wisconsin

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our informatics team in furthering our research and outreach activities. The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) is embarking on an exciting mission of establishing state of the art computational, data and informatics infrastructure for supporting cutting edge biomedical research and innovation to care. We are seeking a DevOps Engineer to join our Informatics team and help us design, develop, and deploy highly complex research computing and computational science workflows that support research. Under the direction of the Senior Director of Scientific Computing in the SMPH, the incumbent will build and work in the azure cloud environment and data enclave for research studies such as the Neighborhoods Study ( in the Center for Health Disparities Research (CHDR) program led by Dr. Amy Kind. CHDR focuses on understanding and eliminating health disparities and improving outcomes for vulnerable populations. We conduct multidisciplinary projects in clinical/health systems interventions, medical and public records assessment, and claims data analysis. The incumbent will develop, implement, and use azure cloud-based data enclave, computational methods for data integration, and data pipelining tools for facilitating the research projects.

Deadline: 08/17/2022

Database Report Writer Ii

University of Wisconsin

The Department of Radiology, University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Medicine & Public Health is seeking a Database Report Writer to help with the department's data mining and analysis needs. The successful candidate will support all of the informatics and data needs for Radiology's clinical, research and education projects and requests.

SMPH is committed to being a diverse, equitable, inclusive and anti-racist workplace and is an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Applications from Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) individuals, LGBTQ+ and non-binary identities, women, persons with disabilities, military service members and veterans are strongly encouraged.

Deadline: 08/21/2022

Dnr Data & Information Manager

Department of Natural Resources

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Executive Information Technology (IT) program is recruiting to fill a Data & Information Manager (IS Business Automation Consultant/Admin classification) vacancy. This position will be stationed out of our Central office in Madison, however current Department policy allows teleworking for up to 60% of the workweek!

State of Wisconsin benefits include excellent health insurance options, ample leave time, a business casual office atmosphere, and an exceptional employee assistance program that offers a variety of programs and tools to help promote wellness. We offer a team-orientated atmosphere and a focus on work-life balance, flexible working schedules for most positions, and the ability to flex hours with supervisor approval.

This position functions as the PII/Information & Data Manager. Data/Information is a critical DNR asset. As such, the DNR is required by state and department policy to execute due diligence by promoting and implementing sound data quality, data usage, and data security privacy practices.

Deadline: 08/22/2022