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  • May 21, 2019 9:51 PM | Anonymous


    University of Wisconsin - Madison

    Position Vacancy Listing

    PVL # 98437

    Outreach Specialist – Team Lead – UW Carbone Cancer Center

    Position Summary:

    This position will be part of and coordinate the Outreach Team for the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (WI CCC Program) at the UW Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC). The Outreach Team Lead will work closely with the Program Director to carry out the mission of the Program to convene a diverse group of partners to develop, implement, and promote a statewide approach to cancer control. The Outreach Team Lead will do so by organizing how outreach activities are conducted and delegated. In consultation with external data and evaluation contractors, as well as the Program Director, the Outreach Team Lead will coordinate and prioritize efforts of the Outreach Team based on needs identified in health outcomes data and evaluation results. As a member of the Outreach Team, the Outreach Team Lead will also work with WI Cancer Council members to implement the state's comprehensive cancer control framework, the WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan (WI CCC Plan), by building partnerships with key stakeholders, serving as a cancer control and prevention content expert, and providing tools for partners to use in their efforts to equitably reduce the burden of cancer. Under the Outreach Team Lead's coordination and supervision, the Outreach Team will collaborate to build WI Cancer Council member capacity to enhance their efforts to improve outcomes across the cancer care continuum, including prevention, screening, treatment, survivorship, and end of life. The Outreach Team will also be dedicated to improving health equity throughout the continuum of care. The Outreach Team Lead is supervised by the Program Director. 

    The vision of the WI CCC Program was created through a unique partnership model between UWCCC and the Wisconsin Division of Public Health. These partners have collaborated to develop and implement cancer control projects through the WI CCC Plan. The WI CCC Program staffs and facilitates the WI Cancer Council, a coalition of 127 diverse partner organizations and over 300 representatives that develop and implement the state's comprehensive cancer control framework, the WI CCC Plan.


    Principal duties:

    Coordinate the Outreach Team's activities to increase the WI Cancer Council's impact on reducing the burden of cancer in Wisconsin (45%)

    - Work with the Program Director to determine approaches to outreach activities, while soliciting and incorporating feedback from the entire WI CCC Program Team and WI Cancer Council membership, as necessary. 
    - Collaborate with the Program Director to establish and employ systems to guide the Outreach Team's work to:
    - Strengthen the WI Cancer Council, including recruitment, orientation, and engagement of members. 
    - Solicit feedback from WI Cancer Council members on the development of the WI CCC Plan 2020-2030 and support members in its implementation. 
    - Serve as content experts to keep WI Cancer Council members informed on emerging cancer control issues and building their capacity to address them. 
    - Participate in evaluation activities as part of the Program's evaluation plan. 
    - Solicit expertise from Policy Coordinator, Communication Specialist, and Program Specialist to incorporate policy, communication, and events into outreach efforts. 
    - Collaborate with external data and evaluation consultants, and the Program Director, to ensure outreach activities are data-driven and included in a comprehensive evaluation plan. 

    Serve as an Outreach Specialist on the Outreach Team (45%): 

    - Strengthen the WI Cancer Council through partnership building and general outreach 
    - Establish and strengthen relationships with new and existing WI Cancer Council members to understand their work and identify areas in which their work aligns with the WI CCC Plan. 
    - Identify stakeholders that are not represented in the WI Cancer Council by various characteristics to determine opportunities for membership recruitment. 
    - Recruit missing stakeholders to the WI Cancer Council to maintain a membership reflective of the state.
    - Orient new members to the WI Cancer Council, highlighting opportunities to be involved, ways to best utilize the benefits of joining, and suggestions on how to take action. 
    - Attend and present at WI Cancer Council committee and workgroup meetings.
    - Work with the Program Specialist and WI CCC Program Team to help plan WI Cancer Council meetings, including Regional Meetings, Annual Summit, and other miscellaneous gatherings of members. 
    - Participate and support WI CCC Plan development and implementation activities 
    - Support the development of the WI CCC Plan 2020-2030 by engaging WI Cancer Council members to provide input on strategies, action steps, and measures to include 
    - Synthesize input from WI Cancer Council members and provide recommendations to internal team on what to include in the WI CCC Plan 2020-2030
    - Support the implementation of the WI CCC Plan 2020-2030 by engaging WI Cancer Council members to identify high need areas to determine action plans. 
    - Synthesize input from WI Cancer Council members to recommend opportunities to the internal team and Steering Committee to develop realistic and achievable action plans for WI CCC Plan 2020-2030 implementation.
    - Serve as a cancer control content expert and provide technical assistance to WI Cancer Council members 
    - Serve as a content expert in various areas of the cancer care continuum 
    - Stay informed of changing research and evidence regarding cancer control and prevention 
    - Inform WI Cancer Council members of the emerging trends in cancer control through one-on-one communication, presentations, webinars, fact sheets, and other communication material. 
    - Collaborate with Communications Specialist to create communication material and content to keep WI Cancer Council members informed on the latest cancer control news and information
    - Identify opportunities to incorporate the growing cancer control evidence into practice within WI Cancer Council member organizations
    - Collaboratively, with internal team members and WI Cancer Council members, create tools and resources to help WI Cancer Council members enhance their existing work based on changing evidence 
    - Work with WI Cancer Council members to encourage and support their participation in the action plans. 
    - Participate in evaluation activities with the Outreach Team, WI CCC Program Team, external evaluator, and WI Cancer Council members
    - Determine opportunities to measure the usefulness and utilization of tools and resources provided to WI Cancer Council members 
    - Provide recommendations and carryout ideas to improve usefulness and utilization of tools and resources provided to WI Cancer Council members
    - Participate in reporting processes to identify progress and opportunities for improvement 

    Other WI CCC Program related duties (10%)

    - Provide administrative support, as needed, to carry out the work of the Outreach Team 
    - Represent the WI CCC Program at local, state and national cancer related conferences, trainings, and meetings 

    © 2019 Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System


  • May 13, 2019 9:55 PM | Anonymous



    Position Available 
    Title: Development Officer (Part Time) 
    Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience 
    Hours: 20 hours per week

    Development Officer – Part Time

    Seeking a strong writer with interest in learning fundraising skills in a fast-paced office.

    20-hours-a-week position prepares grant proposals and reports. Will have significant work on capital campaigns, including donor relations and recognition. Requires a high level of attention to detail to prepare accurate and concise materials for donors and organization.

    Full job description available here.


  • May 13, 2019 9:48 PM | Anonymous



    Wisconsin Historical Foundation

    Job Description

    Version Date:           April, 2019

    Position:                    Social Media Manager

    Reports to:                Director of Marketing & Communications

    Introduction

    The Wisconsin Historical Foundation is a nonprofit organization which exists to advance the mission of the Wisconsin Historical Society, a state agency which connects people to the past by collecting, preserving and sharing stories.

    We believe that increasing the public's knowledge of history has profound societal, cultural and economic benefit.

    Position Purpose

    As our resident social-media expert, the Social Media Manager builds and grows our social-media network and community.

    The Social Media Manager works with the marketing team to design comprehensive social-media strategies that allow users to participate in an interactive relationship with the Wisconsin Historical Society. These strategies are integrated into an aggressive, forward-thinking marketing and communications plan, which supports the Society’s goals, including audience growth and better service to the public.

    Core Duties

    • Develop multi-year social media marketing strategies to:
      • Dramatically grow the Society’s social-media user base.
      • Increase online sales and drive attendance at the Society’s sites and programs.
      • Grow the Society’s membership program.
      • Help fulfill the Society’s mission of sharing stories.

    • ·      
    • ·       Manage the Society’s social media marketing strategy through the following responsibilities:
    • o   On a daily basis, write, create and post engaging, dynamic, accurate, and timely content for all social-media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and YouTube (and additional platforms, as the multi-year strategy is rolled out).
    • o   Manage annual content calendar that is directly aligned with the key messages developed by the marketing and public-relations team.
    • o   Lead a cross-functional social media content planning team and work with internal stakeholders to deliver their respective key messages through social media.
    • o   Develop and manage an internal database that delegates social-media-posting and content-development responsibilities across the Society’s divisions.
    • o   Manage all social-media ad buying as outlined in the current fiscal-year marketing plan.
    • o   Regularly analyze social-media effectiveness and make adjustments to the strategies and plans as needed.
    • o   Ensure the public’s experience with the Society through social media aligns with the organization’s overall goals and vision.
    • o   Ensure brand and voice consistency throughout all social-media platforms.
    • ·       Help with the development of higher-level marketing strategies to create a better digital user experience, grow the Society’s audience, and market all Society services.

    Required Skills and Experience

    • 2+ years of social media experience
    • 2+ years of marketing experience
    • Mastery of major social media platforms
    • Expertise in social-media buying best practices
    • Experience with social-media listening, reporting, and management tools, such as Crimson Hexagon, HootSuite, TweetDeck, or others.
    • Experience strategizing and implementing social-media campaigns
    • ·      Strong copy-writing skills and attention to detail
    • ·      Keen eye for design and ability to evaluate basic layouts and design concepts
    • ·      Ability to work with a variety of data types, including image formats, and programs, including Microsoft Office
    • ·      Ability to work independently on multi-team projects
    • Strong written and in-person communication skills
    • Preferred: experience with project management, reporting, and finances or budgeting
    • Preferred: experience with basic video editing and production

    Required Qualities

    • Strong attention to detail
    • Focus on customer and audience
    • Ability to function in a team environment and be kind and thoughtful when working with others
    • Ability to think strategically and translate vision into action plans
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment

    Education

    This position requires a minimum of an associate’s degree in a field related to marketing, communications, or social media.

     

    Physical Demands

    This position requires the ability to do one or more of the following throughout the day: frequently remain in a stationary position for long periods of time, move about in an office environment, and operate a computer.

    Application Details

    This is a full-time position with an excellent benefits package that includes health insurance.  Pay will be dependent upon qualifications and experience.  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

    To apply, please send the following items to Erika Flaherty at erika.flaherty@wisconsinhistory.org, or mail them to Wisconsin Historical Foundation, ATTN: Erika Flaherty, 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706.

    • §  A brief narrative (1 page or less) outlining how your experience and qualifications make you a good fit for this role.
    • §  A detailed resume.
    • §  If offered an interview, you will be required to complete a sample project.

    Direct inquiries to Erika Flaherty at erika.flaherty@wisconsinhistory.org or (608) 261-9590.

    The Wisconsin Historical Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.


  • May 13, 2019 9:40 PM | Anonymous


    Wisconsin Historical Foundation

    Job Description

    Date: April, 2019

    Position: Marketing Content Specialist

    Reports to: Marketing Manager

    Introduction

    The Wisconsin Historical Foundation is a nonprofit organization which exists to advance the mission of the Wisconsin Historical Society, a state agency which connects people to the past by collecting, preserving and sharing stories. We believe that increasing the public's knowledge of history has profound societal, cultural and economic benefit.

    Position Purpose

    The Marketing Content Specialist writes clickable website content, crafts catchy copy for a variety of marketing materials, drafts strong press releases, and works with the marketing team to execute aggressive forward-thinking marketing and communication plans. These functions support the Wisconsin Historical Society’s goals of audience growth and better service to the public.

    The Marketing Content Specialist also works with the marketing manager to purchase ads, work with vendors, and work with colleagues across the Society to execute marketing plans and fulfill other content needs.

    Core Duties

     Create engaging, dynamic, and timely content for a variety of media platforms. This content will include:

    o Press releases

    o Brochures and visitor engagement guides

    o Video scripts

    o Other formats as needed

     Write, edit, and regularly review marketing-related content for wisconsinhistory.org and all of the Society’s partner websites.

     Serve as the primary support person for the marketing manager on ad buying, marketing project management, vendor relationship management, and marketing strategy execution.

     Help ensure brand consistency throughout all internal and external marketing content, promotions, products, and Society programs.

     Help develop top-notch marketing strategies to create a better digital user experience, grow the Society’s audience, and market all Society services.

    Required Skills and Experience

     1–3 years of related experience

     Strong copy-writing skills and attention to detail

     Keen eye for design and experience creating layouts

     General knowledge of current marketing and communications best practices

     Ability to work with a variety of data types, including image formats, and programs, including Microsoft Office

     Ability to work independently on multi-team projects

     Strong written and in-person communication skills

     Project management experience working on multiple project teams

     Preferred: experience with Adobe design software

     Preferred: experience with basic video editing and production

    Required Qualities

     Strong attention to detail

     Focus on customer and audience

     Ability to function in a team environment and be kind and thoughtful when working with others

     Ability to think strategically and translate vision into action plans

     Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment

    Education

    This position requires a minimum of an associate’s degree in field related to marketing or communications.

    Physical Demands

    This position requires the ability to do one or more of the following throughout the day: frequently remain in a stationary position for long periods of time, move about in an office environment, and operate a computer.

    Application Details

    This is a full-time position with an excellent benefits package that includes health insurance. Pay will be dependent upon qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

    To apply, please send the following items to Erika Flaherty at

    erika.flaherty@wisconsinhistory.org, or mail them to Wisconsin Historical Foundation,

    ATTN: Erika Flaherty, 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706.

    1. A brief narrative (1 page or less) outlining how your experience and qualifications

    make you a good fit for this role.

    2. A detailed resume.

    3. If offered an interview, you will be required to complete a sample project.

    Direct inquiries to Erika Flaherty at erika.flaherty@wisconsinhistory.org or (608) 261-9590.

    The Wisconsin Historical Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.


  • April 29, 2019 9:29 PM | Anonymous

    Associate Attorney

    Hawks Quindel’s Madison office is seeking a Litigation Associate to practice on the firm’s employment and worker’s compensation teams.

    This is an excellent opportunity for an attorney with experience or interest in civil litigation on the plaintiff / applicant side.

    Purpose

    Under the supervision of the Shareholders, the Associate Attorney will perform legal work for our employment and worker’s compensation areas of practice.

     

    Duties

    • ·      Advise clients concerning their legal rights under state and federal anti-discrimination and worker’s compensation laws 
    • ·      Analyze fact scenarios to detect violations of the law and assess damages, including review of documents and other information provided by potential new clients
    • ·      Perform legal research using online databases such as LexisNexis as well as written materials
    • ·      Prepare, draft, and review litigation documents such as pleadings, motions, and briefs
    • ·      Prepare and respond to written discovery
    • ·      Conduct depositions and assist other attorneys in preparing for depositions
    • ·      Prepare case and legal strategies
    • ·      Manage various projects and deadlines
    • ·      Negotiate settlements and prepare and review settlement documents
    • ·      Communicate effectively with clients and potential clients
    • ·      Keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect your areas of practice
    • ·      Select jurors, argue motions, meet with judges, and question witnesses during the course of a trial 
    • ·      Represent clients in court and before administrative agencies 
    • ·      Supervise legal assistants

    Essential Skills

    • ·      Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an ABA-accredited law school
    • ·      Admitted to practice law in Wisconsin, or eligible to be admitted in short order
    • ·      Minimum of 2 years of experience in the practice of law
    • ·      Experience working in civil litigation
    • ·      Ability to effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously within defined timelines and prioritize when necessary
    • ·      Excellent verbal and written communication skills in a variety of settings, particularly in the courtroom, with clients, and in networking settings
    • ·      Ability to explain complex legal concepts to persons outside the legal field
    • ·      Commitment to excellent client service and meeting client expectations in a dynamic, deadline-driven environment
    • ·      Capacity to handle matters independently and also collaboratively with the firm’s shareholders and staff
    • ·      Interest in participating in firm-related events, including social events
    • ·      Ability and willingness to network, write blog posts and generate business
    • ·      Candidates with established referral sources or a full or partial case load in practice areas that are the same as or complement our existing practice areas is preferred but not required
    • ·      Fluency in Spanish is an asset

    Please see https://www.hq-law.com/contact/madison-careers/ to submit a resume and cover letter to Sarah Dahl by May 7, 2019

    About Hawks Quindel

    Hawks Quindel is a Wisconsin law firm representing individuals in employment, wage and hour, consumer, family, disability, workers compensation, social security, and personal injury.  Through our Madison, Milwaukee, Eau Claire and Appleton offices, we help individuals prevail in their legal challenges, and we practice throughout the entire state.  We focus internally on teamwork and offer a very collegial atmosphere. Our attorneys and support staff take great pride in assisting clients through difficult legal situations.


  • April 23, 2019 10:11 PM | Anonymous


    UW-Madison, recently ranked among the top ten public colleges in the nation by US News and World Report, is looking for an assistant vice provost to serve as the chief operating officer for the Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement.

    Reporting directly to the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion (DVCDI), the Assistant Vice Provost (AVP) is a member of the division's senior leadership team. The incumbent provides leadership for several units with responsibility for the overall effectiveness of the unit's programs, initiatives and activities. In addition, the incumbent will work closely with the DVCDI to:


    1) Lead and manage student support and scholarship service programs;
    2) Assist with coordinating the division's efforts to implement the Strategic Diversity Framework (http://diversityframework.wisc.edu/documents.htm);and REEL Change (https://diversity.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Patricks-preferred-04.08.15-DF-REEL-Report-FINAL_Updated.pdf)
    3) Assist in the oversight and creation of administrative data policies that will lead the division in using data to help articulate institutional progress and policy recommendations related to diversity, equity, and inclusion; this will happen in conjunction with the Office of Academic Planning and Institutional Research, Recruitment and Admissions, Financial Aid, and the Registrar's Office.

    The AVP will also assist in providing strategic leadership and support for engaging campus and community partners of the DDEEA and occasionally be called upon to stand in for the DVCDI at meetings of shared governance bodies and in other public settings.

    The search committee invites applications (letter of interest and resume), to be submitted no later than April 29, 2019. For a complete description of the position and instructions on how to apply, go to https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/499864/dvcdi-assistant-vice-provost.

    UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.


  • April 23, 2019 10:04 PM | Anonymous

    American Family Insurance is currently looking for an experienced Talent Management Advisor to join our HR team in Madison.  Please click on the link below for more information and to apply if you are interested:

    Talent Management Advisor - External

     

    American Family Insurance is currently seeking an experienced HR Business partner to join our team in Madison.  Please click on the link below for more information and to apply if you are interested:

    HR Advisor - External

     

    American Family Insurance is currently searching for a HR Consultant to join our team in Madison.  Please click on the link below for more information and to apply if you are interested:

    HR Consultant - External


    AmFam.com/Careers 


  • April 12, 2019 12:44 PM | Anonymous

    Alliant Energy has an opening for a Senior IT Auditor to work out of our corporate office in either Madison, WI or Cedar Rapids, IA.   In joining our team of experienced professionals, you will be part of a department that has an excellent reputation for developing meaningful relationships across the organization.

    As a Senior IT Auditor, you will be exposed to cybersecurity, IT infrastructure, application, database, and logical access audits.  You will also provide advisory services to management primarily related to system development initiatives.  These assurance and advisory services will provide you the opportunity to develop and enhance your skills!

    You will work alongside Alliant Energy’s IT organization to ensure a sound and secure technology environment.  You will make recommendations that add value and improve operations by advising and collaborating with management.

    See full position description here


  • April 12, 2019 12:43 PM | Anonymous

    Quartz is seeking an analytical, self-motivated professional to join our Financeteam as a Senior Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) Analyst. This position will build, drive, maintain, and produce an annual budget, quarterly forecasts and timely analyses to provide the senior leadership team with financial visibility to drive strategic business decisions. 

    See full position description here.


  • April 12, 2019 12:41 PM | Anonymous

    Salary: $20.57-$22.89 (B23) 

    This position involves the recruitment and coordination of English Language Learner (ELL) classes. This includes monitoring and supporting educational activities for students enrolled in ELL, basic skills and high school completion options, and bridge programs in the Northern Region. Work is performed independently in assigned areas of responsibility. Travel to instructional sites is required. Evening and weekend participation is also required. Part-time and casual employees may report to this position.

    This position reports to the Regional Campus Manager. See full position description here


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