Development & Marketing Assistant

This position reports to the Executive and Artistic Director and the Director of Sales and Audience Development and will support patron engagement activities aimed at ticket sales, donor cultivation, and stewardship, as well as outreach activities, including digital content creation.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Tuesday, December 3, 2019.

Aim for 10,000 Steps!

You know that physical activity is good for you, and that walking is an easy, low-impact way to get moving. But how far do you need to walk before you start seeing benefits? And what exactly are the benefits of walking?

The National Institutes of Health recommend you take about 10,000 steps a day, which shakes out to roughly 5 miles. That may sound like a lot, but remember, you don’t have to do it all at once.

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If 10,000 steps a day seems daunting, it’s OK to ease into it. First, use a step tracker for a few days without trying to change anything. This gives you a baseline for your fitness. If you currently take 5,000 or fewer steps a day, aim to increase by about 3,000 at most. Start working toward 10,000 steps today!

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Title & Total Compensation Project Videos

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The University of Wisconsin (UW) is embarking on a complete redesign of its current classification and compensation structure. The goal of the Title & Total Compensation Project is to develop new systems that will enable institutions to continue to attract and retain the best talent. Please see the October 2019 Update for the most up-to-date information about the Project.

UW System has recently released three explainer videos related to the revised title structure:

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UW System will be holding a series of Town Hall Meetings. The next town hall meeting will be held on October 24, 2019 from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. For more information and the link for the meetings, please visit the UW System T&TC Website.

Listening Sessions for the UW-Green Bay Chancellor Search are October 2, 2019

The search for a new UW-Green Bay chancellor has begun, with the announcement by the UW System on the finalization of the search committee on Sept. 13, 2019. Please see the Board of Regents Protocol for the Chancellor Search & Screen Process for more information on the search committee selection process.

We now move onto the listening phase. As the committee begins the work of identifying a new leader for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, you are invited to attend one or more of the listening sessions to be held on campus next week Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019. The listening sessions will be administered by the chair of the search and screen committee, Regent Robert Atwell, and vice-chair of the committee, UW-Green Bay Prof. Michael Draney.

These sessions provide an opportunity for members of the campuses and larger communities to offer thoughts and feedback as to the direction for the University’s next leader. Please note forum dates and times. Although forums are directed at particular stakeholder groups, all are open and all are welcome to attend any of the sessions. A skype link will be available for those who cannot attend in person and we anticipate that the committee will take feedback from those who may not be able to attend via e-mail or survey. Those specific details will be announced on Monday via campus communications.

Session times are as follows:

Session 1              Faculty & staff focus

8:30 to 9:30 a.m., Alumni Room (UU 103), Green Bay Campus

Session 2              Student focus

9:45 to 10:45 a.m., Alumni Room (UU 103), Green Bay Campus

Session 3              Faculty & staff focus

10:45 to 11:45 a.m., Alumni Room (UU 103, Green Bay Campus

Session 4              Faculty, staff & student focus

2:45 to 3:45 p.m., Wombat Room (2114), Sheboygan Campus

All four sessions will be skyped to all four campuses. Thank you for taking part in this important process.

 

Reminder: Performance Evaluations- Non-Instructional Academic Staff & Limited Employees

Completed evaluations were to be submitted to the area leader’s office by Friday, August 30, 2019.

Annual performance evaluations are a key component to employee performance and development.  The objectives of annual performance evaluations are to provide all employees and their supervisors an opportunity to:

  • Discuss job performance
  • Set goals for professional development
  • Establish objectives for contributing to the department’s mission
  • Discuss expectations and accomplishments
  • Discuss career progression eligibility

Non-instructional academic staff and limited employees and their supervisors should begin the performance evaluation process for the prior fiscal year (July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019) as soon as possible. Please follow the procedure outlined on the Performance Evaluation Narrative Form. Please note – An annual performance evaluation is not required for individuals hired after July 1, 2018 if a six-month evaluation has already been completed.

Part of the performance review process should be a discussion regarding changes in position responsibilities, appropriateness of the assigned title, and the eligibility towards career progression if employees are in a progression series title.

Per the UW-Green Bay Compensation and Pay Plan Policy, compensation adjustments must be based upon merit and employee performance.  Therefore, any future pay adjustments will be contingent upon satisfactory performance.

If you are interested in receiving training related to performance evaluations, career progression and title change, and/or academic staff contracts, or have any questions regarding these processes, please contact hr@uwgb.edu or (920) 465-2390.

Integration of UPS Policies into UW System Administrative Policy Series

The University Personnel Systems (UPS) policies have been successfully integrated into the UW System Administrative (SYS) policy framework .What was previously UPS policies has become the 1200 series in the SYS policy set. The goal of the reorganization was to make all system wide policies more accessible by housing them in one place. This process resulted in no substantive changes to the policies, and the UPS/1200 policies will continue to apply to all UW Institutions. The 1200 series is now live. Between July 2019 and July 2020, the links to the UPS policies will redirect to the new 1200 series. The Office of Human Resources and Workforce Diversity will continue working to ensure all UPS policy references are updated prior to the July 2020 expiration date.

Please contact Human Resources at hr@uwgb.edu or ext. 2390 if you have any questions.

 

Barley Pilaf

This is a lovely side dish for chicken or fish.Spinach and mushroom barley pilaf served on a blue plate with a spoon on the side

Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp. olive oil
  • 1 cup chopped onion
  • 1 cup sun-dried tomatoes cut into strips
    • (if you use tomatoes that come in oil, add them first to the pan and omit the tablespoon of olive oil)
  • 4 cups baby spinach
  • 1/4 cup slivered almonds
  • 2 cups cooked barley
  • 2 tbsp. parsley

Directions

  • Heat oil in large frying panSauté onions until translucent and add tomatoes, spinach, and almonds.
    • Stir in barley.
    • When spinach is wilted and barley is hot, sprinkle with parsley. Serve immediately.

Makes 4 servings

Each serving contains about 219 calories, 8 g fat (less than 1 g saturated fat, no trans fat, and no cholesterol), 102 mg sodium, 35 g carbohydrate, 7 g dietary fiber, 2 g sugars, and 6 g protein.

Recipe from the StayWell Company, LLC.

 

Lime-Mango Whip

Serves 2

*(Gluten-free)

Each serving contains about 38 calories, less than 1 g protein, 1 g fat (24% calories from fat), 3 mg cholesterol, 7 g carbohydrates, 1 g fiber, and 5 mg sodium.

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  • 1/2 cup fresh mango flesh
  • 1 tablespoon reduced-fat sour cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon fresh lime juice

Directions

Put all ingredients in a blender or food processor and whip.

 

Follow these tips to keep your energy level up!

Tips:

  • Don’t skip meals, especially breakfast.group-exercise
  • Get regular exercise.
  • Eat high-energy foods, including whole-grain breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables.
  • Avoid fatty foods. Fat takes a long time to digest and makes the body feel sluggish.
  • Sugar’s OK, but don’t overdo it.
  • Get a good night’s sleep. Getting even an hour less than you need can result in slower mental functioning.
  • Drink plenty of fluids. You need to drink the equivalent of a half-gallon of fluid a day.
  • Coffee and tea will give you a lift — in moderation. Caffeine is a stimulant.

 

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