Congratulations, Sherri Meglic!

Starting August 12, 2019, Sherri Meglic transitioned from a USPA in BHTP to a USPA in Continuing Education and Community Engagement.

Congratulations, Sherri!

Budget Director

Under the direction of the Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance, the Budget Director will provide effective leadership and direction over all policies, practices and procedures related to the development and management of the University’s strategic, capital and operating budgets, incentive based budget model and all related financial forecasts and planning. The position will act as a liaison with the University of Wisconsin System. The Budget Director oversees the daily activities of the University’s budget office, supervises office staff, and coordinates the efforts of divisional budget liaisons. The Budget Director is a strategic partner with various campus leaders, including the Provost, Vice Chancellors, divisional leaders and deans. This position will oversee the compilation, analysis and dissemination of information that provides decision support for the University’s leadership team, divisional leaders and others to contribute to sound decision-making and effectiveness in the planning and innovative management of the University’s assets and resources.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, September 9, 2019.

Welcome Tom Stover!

On August 14, 2019, the Athletics department welcomed Tom Stover as the Men’s and Women’s Dive Coach.

Welcome Tom!

Welcome Justin Loritz!

On August 13, 2019, the Client Services department welcomed Justin Loritz as an IT Support Specialist.

Welcome Justin!

Welcome Craig Young!

On August 12, 2019, the Client Services department on the Marinette Campus welcomed Craig Young as a Technology Support Specialist.

Welcome Craig!

Welcome Robert Oertel!

On August 12, 2019, the Athletics department welcomed Robert Oertel as Head Tennis Coach.

Welcome Robert!

Welcome Krissti Simon!

On August 12, 2019, the Athletics department welcomed Krissti Simon as a Financial Specialist Senior.

Welcome Krissti!

Congratulations, Dave Jones!

Starting August 5, 2019, Dave Jones transitioned from a Police Officer to the Director of Public Safety.

Congratulations, Dave Jones!

Student employee hours limit changes to 25 hours on August 18th

Just a reminder that the student employee hours limit will change to 25 hours per week on August 18, 2019.  The hours limit is in place to make sure we are in compliance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).  The 25 hours per week limit will continue through December 14, 2019.

Please review the 2019 Student Bi-Weekly Payroll Schedule at: https://www.uwgb.edu/UWGBCMS/media/hr/Wellness%20Items/2019-Student-BiWeekly-Payroll-Schedule.pdf

If you have any questions, please contact us at payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu or ext. 2390.

Police Sergeant (Two Vacancies) – Open to UW System Employees Only

The UW-Green Bay Police department is recruiting for two Police Sergeants, who will directly report to the Chief of Police. Applicants will be considered for both positions.

These positions include the following responsibilities:

Administrative Sergeant: The primary responsibility of Administrative Sergeant is to be responsible for administration of parking operations, police office personnel, advanced investigations, day shift police officers, and specialized police equipment and technology. Due to the size of the Department, the Sergeant must, in addition to supervising duties, frequently perform the same tasks as subordinates including police services associate and police patrol functions to maintain shift coverage during vacancies. During day shift hours, the Administrative Sergeant is a secondary leadership position for the Chief of Police, and functions as the second highest-ranking Police Official on campus and is expected to make most decisions without consulting a higher authority. Also, due to the decision-making nature of the job, the Sergeant must be prepared to give immediate assistance to the public by making decisions for the University that may be only vaguely related to law enforcement.

Operations Sergeant: The primary responsibility of Operations Sergeant is to be responsible for patrol supervision, the field training program, department training, and scheduling. Due to the size of the Department, the Sergeant must, in addition to supervising duties, frequently perform the same tasks as subordinates including providing police patrol functions to maintain shift coverage during vacancies. During night shift hours, the Operations Sergeant is the highest ranking Police Official on campus and is expected to make most decisions without consulting a higher authority. Also, due to the decision-making nature of the job, the Sergeant must be prepared to give immediate assistance to the public by making decisions for the University that may be only vaguely related to law enforcement.

THESE POSITIONS ARE CURRENTLY OPEN TO UW SYSTEM EMPLOYEES ONLY.

For more information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Saturday, August 24, 2019.