IT Security Officer & Network Administrator

Are you looking for a change in your work environment and a place to showcase your IT Security and Networking skills? We are that place! Apply today and join the team in Computing and Information Technology for a family friendly environment, ensuring a standard schedule and a great work-life balance!  The core work hours for this position are 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Under general direction of the Chief Information Officer, this position is responsible for:

  • Research, development, implementation and ongoing monitoring of information security, controls, programs and facilities for the campus. This includes the development and maintenance of a comprehensive information security program that encompasses awareness, training, risk assessment and mitigation, incident response, and disaster recovery/business continuity.
  • The design, implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of the campus wide Ethernet data network, its interface to state data networks, and the Internet.  The design includes implementation of network controls and design elements to enhance security for differing types of devices (i.e., campus workstations, voice over IP instruments, personally owned equipment, door access systems, point of sale equipment, classroom control systems) that are attached to the network.

The current information security and network environment comprises over 11,000 wired end-points and approximately nine hundred wireless access points located across campus and the Residence Life student housing area.  The network utilizes Hewlett Packard Enterprise switches, Aruba Networks AMP network management, wireless access points, and controllers, Palo Alto next generation firewalls, F5 load balancers, and Infoblox IPAM appliances.    This is a highly technical position that requires expertise in a wide range of network technologies.  This position is part of a team that provides client, server, and network expertise to the entire campus.

The successful candidate may also have the opportunity to teach in an academic area relevant to their skills and expertise for additional compensation.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Friday, April 28, 2017.

Development Officer for Annual Giving

This position reports to the Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and President of the UW-Green Bay Foundation. The Development Officer for Annual Giving plans and implements a comprehensive annual giving program in support of UW-Green Bay. The annual giving program solicits charitable contributions through personal visits, Phone-A-Thon calls, direct mail and email appeals, and promotion of online giving and crowdfunding initiatives.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, April 30, 2017.

CRM Recruitment Specialist

The CRM Recruitment Specialist reports to the Director of Admissions and is responsible for maximizing available technology for the purpose of recruiting students to UW-Green Bay.  The successful candidate will develop and implement robust applications for the CRM software and reports to support analysis of KPI and ROI.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, April 30, 2017.

Transfer Services Coordinator

The Transfer Services Coordinator reports to the Registrar and provides oversight of the transfer evaluation process.  Primary responsibility is to coordinate the transfer process, evaluate domestic and abroad course transferability in accordance with federal and state policies, solicit course equivalency rulings, and ensure articulation agreements, memorandums of understanding, and transfer guides are in alignment with identified policies and practices.  The successful candidate will also supervise student employees involved in the evaluation process, oversee communication plans and related issues for transfer students, provide assessment of transfer credits, and advise students on credit evaluations and transfer issues.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, May 15, 2017.

Welcome Sarah Schuetze!

Sarah Schuetze joined UWGB on August 22, 2016, as an Assistant Professor in Humanistic Studies.

Sarah got her Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky, her MA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and her MFA from the University of Michigan.

Welcome, Sarah!

2017-2019 State Budget Proposal- Domestic Partnership Program

On February 8, 2017, Governor Walker presented his 2017-2019 State Budget to the Legislature. The Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) has completed an initial review of the budget bill. The following provisions (proposals) relate to the Domestic Partnership Benefits Program that ETF administers:

Eliminates the Chapter 40 Domestic Partnership Program on the effective date of the bill; however, grandfathers existing domestic partnerships for purposes of Wisconsin Retirement System benefits. Additionally, group health insurance coverage under a group health plan offered by the Group Insurance Board (GIB) would no longer be extended to an employee’s domestic partner, effective January 1, 2018. It also provides that a surviving domestic partner is not a default beneficiary for purposes of a deferred compensation plan and is not eligible to receive duty disability survivorship benefits for deaths occurring on or after January 1, 2018.

There is no indication at this point in time what the final outcome will be once this proposal goes through the legislative process.  ETF will continue reviewing the budget bill to identify all implications for the Wisconsin Retirement System and ETF-administered benefit programs. In late June, the Legislature will deliver an amended budget bill to Governor Walker for review, approval and/or partial veto of the budget to be effective July 1, 2017.

Below is a link to the entire budget bill:

Please see ETF’s website for additional information and contact Tarna Hunter, ETF’s Government Relations Director, or the Human Resources Office at payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu if you have any questions.

 

 

ETF Discontinues WRS Walk-in Appointments

ETF

The Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) recently discontinued its walk-in appointment service. Most members are choosing the many different convenient and easy ways to access information about their Wisconsin Retirement System benefits, instead of traveling to the agency’s office in Madison.

The change means members must schedule an appointment in order to meet with a WRS benefits specialist. This allows the benefits specialist to complete a detailed review of the member’s account in advance. Members receive personalized, confidential assistance. There is also decreased wait time for scheduled appointments.

Members can still drop off and pick up forms at the ETF office, 801 W. Badger Road in Madison.

Three Types of Appointments
There are three types of face-to-face appointments where members can learn about their WRS benefits, receive an explanation of their retirement estimate, WRS annuity options, the application process, and more:

  • Virtual retirement appointment. This is a convenient and secure, online appointment with a benefits specialist. All you need is a computer, a telephone and an internet connection.
  • Individual retirement appointment. Schedule an individual appointment to be held at ETF’s Madison office.
  • Group retirement appointment. The group appointment is limited to members who have retirement estimates and are within a year of retirement. Use ETF’s interactive state map to find a group appointment in your area.

To schedule an appointment, contact ETF at 1-877-533-5020, Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (CST), or email.

Flip the Script: Diversity, Learning & Student Success

Join faculty members Caroline Boswell, Kate Burns, Dana Johnson, and Courtney Sherman for a presentation and discussion as they share highlights of their experience attending the Association of American Colleges and Universities conference on Diversity, Learning, and Student Success. The panel will explore ways to engage our campus community in discussion and action on UW-Green Bay’s commitment to further inclusive excellence; create a campus community and climate that is welcoming of multi-cultural students, staff, and faculty; and promote student success in and out of the classroom.

Event details: Monday, April 17, 9:00-10:00 am, Christie Theatre.

Diversity