Network Administrator (Re-announced)

This position reports to the Manager of Network and Infrastructure and part of a network team responsible for the design, implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of the University’s multi-campus wide ethernet data network and its interface to the State data networks and the Internet. This position requires expertise in a wide range of network technologies and security, including the deployment of firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention systems, security appliances and gateways, servers, storage, and network-based services. Primary duties will include maintenance, protection, and recovery of computer networks, hardware, software, and related systems; In addition, the position works closely with the end users to identify and resolve any issues.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, July 21, 2019.

Employee Spotlight – Anna Maier

AnnaMaierName: Anna Maier

Position at UWGB: Dean Assistant, College of Health, Education and Social Welfare

Summary of what you do: Financial management, human resources, and various administrative duties for the Dean’s Office.

How long have you been employed: I started at UW-Green Bay in 2016.

Brief history of employment with UWGB: I started as an Academic Department Associate for Nursing and Health Studies and transferred to the Dean’s Office in 2017.

Three words that describe you: Thoughtful, organized, introvert

Personal interests: Spending time with friends and family, travel, baking, video games.

Random facts/interests: I have a degree in Philosophy which has proven to be quite useful!

Any favorite line from a movie? Madeline Kahn’s “flames on the side of my face…” speech from Clue.

Best vacation you’ve been to? My husband and I went to Hana for our honeymoon. It was absolutely gorgeous.

If you could interview one person (dead or alive) who would it be? Socrates.

If you were an animal what would you be? An opossum.

Least favorite food? Avocado, sorry fellow millennials!

Tell us a little bit about your family. I have a husband and three cats.

What advice would you give to recent new hires? Explore the Arbortetum, it’s beautiful!

What are three career lessons you’ve learned thus far? Keep detailed records, learn to love Excel, and volunteer for projects outside your area.

What do you like most about your job? There’s always a new challenge.

What is the most important thing you have learned in the last five years? To embrace change.

What is your favorite sport? It’s a toss-up between pickleball and mini golf.

Hidden talent? Phlebotomy.

What one food do you wish had zero calories? Donuts.

What tv show/movie are you ashamed to admit you love? Dancing With the Stars.

What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten? A bug lollipop.

Where is your home town? Wausau, WI.

Performance Evaluations – Non-Instructional Academic Staff & Limited Employees

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, submitting the completed evaluation to the area leader’s office no later than Friday, August 30, 2019. 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 or (920) 465-2390.

Apple Carrot Salad

Ingredientsapple carrots

  • 1 cup shredded carrots
  • 3 (medium) unpared and diced apples
  • 1 tbsp. lemon juice
  • ½ cup raisins
  • ⅛ cup low-fat mayonnaise


Combine all ingredients. Chill thoroughly. Serve on salad greens.

Make about 6 servings

Serving size is about 1/6 recipe.

Each serving provides 110 calories,1 g fat, 0 mg cholesterol,140 mg sodium, 25 g carbohydrate, 3 g dietary fiber, 20 g sugar, 1 g protein.

Recipe from the StayWell Company, LLC.

2019 Supervisory Leadership Certificate Program Graduates

Supervisory Graduates

Congratulations to the 2019 graduates of the Supervisory Leadership Certificate Program!  The following supervisors have completed the certificate program during this past year:

  • Greg Kannenberg
  • Holly Keener
  • Erin Van Daalwyk
  • Alissa Warpinski

The Supervisory Leadership Certificate Program targeted to UW-Green Bay supervisors is a collaboration between the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center and Human Resources.  Participants complete core and elective courses which build leadership skills, invest in their employees, advance their departments, and move their careers forward.  If you have questions about the program, please see this blog post or feel free to contact Human Resources at or (920) 465-2390.

Consider Modifying Your Fitness Moves for a New Start

So you’ve decided to get in better shape. That’s great news! Exercising regularly is associated with a slew of health benefits, including reducing your risk for heart disease and many cancers. It also helps you maintain a healthy weight and improves your overall mental health.

If it’s been a while since you were active, though, you may want to modify some exercise moves at first. For example, the pushup is a great exercise for working several body parts at once. But it’s challenging for many people because it requires a lot of upper body and core strength. Instead of trying regular pushups, start with a modified version today: Do the pushups on your hands and knees instead of your hands and toes. As you get stronger, you can move up to traditional pushups. Look for other ways to safely modify moves—it’s better to do a modified exercise than nothing at all.Physical-Exercises


Article from the StayWell Company, LLC

Welcome Mary (MJ) Miller!

On July 8, 2019, the Office of Residence Life welcomed Mary (MJ) Miller as an Area Coordinator.

MJ worked at the University of Central Missouri for 2 years and had a summer internship at San Francisco Art Institute. She has a bachelors degree from Winthrop University and a Master’s degree from the University of Central Missouri.

In her free time, MJ enjoys ceramics, poetry, Dungeons and Dragons, and embroidery and is involved in the AIDS Walk KC Team Captain, Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values Volunteer, and on the Lavender Graduation committee.

MJ’s hometown is Pendleton, South Carolina.

Welcome MJ!

Breakfast on the Run!


  • 4 tablespoons apple butter
  • 2 tablespoons Dijon-style mustard
  • 3 whole-wheat English muffins, split and lightly toasted
  • 6 1/2-ounce slices low-fat, cracked black pepper ham, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons minced green onion (scallion) tops
  • 3 ounces low-fat sharp cheddar cheese, shredded


In a small bowl, combine apple butter and mustard. Spread 1 tablespoon mixtureon each muffin half. In another small bowl, combine ham, onion, and cheese. Spread each muffin half with this mixture. Broil until topping is bubbly. (Both mixtures may be prepared in advance and stored separately for a quickbreakfast.)english muffin

Serves 6

Each serving contains about 137 calories, 10 g protein, 3 g fat (20% calories from fat), 11 mg cholesterol, 19 g carbohydrates, 2.5 g fiber, and 400 mg sodium.

Recipe from the StayWell Company, LLC.

Don’t Keep Problems to Yourself

Talking to someone about your problems can help you solve them or gain a new perspective on them. Consider talking to family members, friends, co-workers, or religious advisers. If you feel highly stressed or depressed, you may want to consider speaking with a health professional.

talking to people

So today, remind yourself that you should avoid keeping some of your problems to yourself, and that it is okay to reach out to others for help!


Article from the StayWell Company, LLC