Acceptable Use Policies for Information Technology Resources

The University of Wisconsin System has adopted two policies that will govern the Acceptable Use for Information Technology Resources for our campus.  All students, employees, and guests are bound by these policies:

These policies replace all previous campus acceptable use policies pertaining to the use of information technology resources. Additional communication will be forthcoming regarding required training and acknowledgement of these updated policies.

Lower Green Bay Restoration Project Coordinator

This position serves as a coordinator and liaison among UW-Green Bay, UW-Extension, and private and public partner organizations engaged in the restoration of the Lower Green Bay Ecosystem. General responsibilities include organization and oversight of projects, development of a habitat mangement and restoration plan, data collection and archiving, promotion of ongoing projects and project products through various media and professional organizations. Finally, the position serves as coordinator to identify, and construct teams to pursue, emerging funding opportunities in support of restoration activities within the Lower Green Bay Ecosystem.

This position includes the following responsibilities:

  • Facilitate the development of a Habitat Restoration and Management Plan (“Plan”).
  • Coordinate input from project team to guide “Plan.”
  • Prepare text, maps, figures, and associated materials for “Plan.”
  • Lead meetings and conference calls composed of diverse stakeholders; foster partnerships.
  • Gather necessary documents, research, and other information to inform “Plan.”
  • Prepare outreach materials to support “Plan.”
  • Coordinator for Green Bay restoration projects.
  • Serve as coordinator to bring together stakeholders, researchers, and conservation organizations engaged in restoration within Lower Green Bay Ecosystem.
  • Lead the implementation of restoration projects in Lower Green Bay for UWGB partner organizations.
  • Conduct ongoing monitoring activities in the area of the Cat Island Chain and Duck Creek Delta.
  • Serve as the primary contact and agent for data mangement, GIS databases, and models generated through Lower Green Bay Ecosystem restoration projects.
  • Oversee project budgets.
  • Dissemination and completion of project products and findings.
  • Communicate ongoing and completed products related to the restoration of the Green Bay Ecosystem through local media outlets, social media, related online media, professional conferences, and publications.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Tuesday, May 2, 2017.

Lecturer – Geoscience/Environmental Science (1-Year Appointment)

The Department of Natural and Applied Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay invites applications for a one-year lecturer position to teach for the 2017-2018 academic year beginning August 21, 2017.

Candidates with expertise in soils, hydrogeology, environmental systems, physical geology, environmental science, and/or natural hazards are strongly encouraged to apply.

This position includes the following responsibilities:

  • Teach in-person lectures and lab courses, up to 27 contact hours, in a selection of the following: Geoscience, Environmental Science, Chemistry, and/or Environmental Science and Policy.
  • Hold weekly office hours.

The successful candidate will be expected to have potential for excellence in teaching and commitment to undergraduate education. Additionally, they should possess communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with a diverse array of students and colleagues.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Thursday, May 18, 2017.

Lecturer – Technical Director/Lighting & Sound Designer (1-Year Appointment)

The Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay invites applications for a one-year lecturer position to teach for the 2017-2017 academic year beginning August 21, 2017.

Candidates with professional experience in Technical Direction, CADD, Lighting and Sound Design and Technology are strongly encouraged to apply.

This position includes the following responsibilities:

  • Teaching two courses per semester selected from Computer Applications for Theatre (CADD/Q-Lab/etc.), Stage Lighting, Stage Management, Sound Design, and Advanced Stage Lighting (Note: Stagecraft is taught by our Assistant Technical Director).
  • Complete all drafting/engineering and technical budgeting for construction of four mainstage productions.
  • Design and facilitate Lighting and Sound for four mainstage productions.
  • Must coordinate/mentor student Stage Managers on mainstage productions.
  • Must mentor Lighting or Sound Designers on some mainstage productions.
  • Hold weekly office hours.

The successful candidate will be expected to have potential for excellence in teaching and commitment to undergraduate education. Additionally, they should possess communication and interpersonal skills sufficient to work effectively with a diverse array of students and colleagues.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Wednesday, May 3, 2017.

May Wellness Webinar: Sound Science for Sound Sleep


Sleep

Having trouble getting some ZZZ’s?  This webinar will provide information on things you can do to improve your sleeping habits for a good night’s sleep and better energy for the next day’s activities.

Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.

Location: Cofrin Library, 7th floor, room 735

No need to RSVP – just mark your calendar to join us, and bring your lunch!

You could also participate in this webinar at your workstation if you prefer – please visit wellwisconsin.staywell.com and go to Webinars to register.

Wellness webinars highlighting various health and well-being topics will take place the 3rd Wednesday of each month. All webinars will be recorded and available to Well Wisconsin Program participants on the wellness portal after the event date.

To access the wellness portal, you must be an employee, retiree, or enrolled spouse/domestic partner enrolled in the State of Wisconsin or Wisconsin Public Employers Group Health Insurance Program.

WRS Annual Statement of Benefits Now Available in the Portal

If you were covered by the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) in 2016, your WRS Annual Statement of Benefits is now available in the MyUW Portal.

Log in to the portal. Go to the Benefit Information module and click on the Statements tab. Choose “2016 ETF Annual Statement of Benefits (WRS) Issued 2017” to view or print your statement.  The WRS Annual Statement of Benefits provides you with information about your WRS account as of January 1, 2016.

Understanding Your Statement

The Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) has published an introductory letter which highlights important information on the statement that you need to know.

The Explanation of Annual Statement of Benefits provides detailed information about each section of the statement. It is recommended that you review and verify each section of your statement using the explanation as a guide. The ETF Statement of Benefits web page provides additional resources including a Benefits Statement FAQ.

Sections of the statement include 2016 earnings and service, years of creditable service as of January 1, 2017, retirement benefit projections, separation benefit, death benefit and primary Beneficiary Designation(s) for your WRS account.

It is very important that you review your WRS account primary beneficiary(ies) on your statement.  Beneficiaries added before 1998 are not listed on your statement. Death benefits are always paid according to the most recent valid beneficiary designation form on file with ETF prior to an individual’s death. Your beneficiary information does not automatically change when a significant life event occurs, such as a divorce or a remarriage. You may add, change or remove beneficiaries by completing a Beneficiary Designation form(ET-2320) or Beneficiary Designation-Alternate form(ET-2321).  Mail your completed Beneficiary Designation directly to EFT at the address listed at the top of the form.

Questions?

If you have questions about your statement, contact Human Resources at (920) 465-2390 or payrollandbenefits@uwgb.edu.  The following webinar may also be helpful in understanding your statement and answering any questions you may have.

ETF 2017 Live Webinar: Understanding Your Annual WRS Statement of Benefits

Featured topics include WRS contributions, vesting status, years of service, and what happens to your account if you die before taking a benefit.  You should have your statement in hand while attending this webinar. The webinar is offered on the dates below. Register here.

  • April 21, 11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • April 25, 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • April 26, 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Faculty and Staff Cookout

Cookout Image from inviteMake sure you RSVP for the Faculty and Staff Cookout on Friday, May 5, 2017 from 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Kress Events Center East Gym. Starting at 12:30 we will have a brief program to recognize employees celebrating years of service milestones, new UW-Green Bay retirees, and faculty and staff emeriti honorees.

UW-Green Bay Campus Cupboard Food Drive: Please consider donating a non-perishable food (no glass please) and personal hygiene items. We will have collection bins at the cookout.

 

RSVP HERE

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.