Associate Director, Dual Enrollment Services

This position reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor, Student Access & Success and assists in development of policy and procedures, oversight of day-to-day operations, budget and scholarship coordination, and staff supervision for a pre-college program in support of preparing individuals to be successful in their higher education endeavors.

This position will develop, grow and manage UW-Green Bay’s dual enrollment programs including and not limited to College Credit in High School (CCIHS), Early College Credit Program (ECCP), and the Dual Enrollment Access Academy (Academy). The Associate Director collaborates across all UW-Green Bay precollege programs in order to share opportunities with school district and community partners to promote stable and productive relationships between the university and community. This highly collaborative position provides guidance and oversight for program planning, implementation and evaluation, monitoring of program budgets and expenditures, and ensuring programs are accessible for diverse audiences. This position serves as the supervisor for dual enrollment program staff.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Tuesday, March 19, 2024.

Leadership Green Bay Sponsorship for 2024-2025

Each year, the University sponsors one employee to participate in the Leadership Green Bay program.  This program was established in 1983 by the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce and offers select individuals the unique opportunity to develop leadership skills while enhancing the well-being of the Green Bay area. Program goals include enhancing the participant’s knowledge of the Green Bay community; obtaining a greater awareness of issues that face the Green Bay area; enhancing leadership skills; and making an impact on the Green Bay Community.

The cohort of professionals gather once a month October through May (following an overnight retreat in September) to learn about social issues, challenges, and opportunities facing the Green Bay area, get exposure to relevant leadership education and skills, and become community stewards. Each monthly gathering has a specific focus (from local government to education to the economy), and learners are immersed in a full-day interactive lesson that includes guest speakers, team-building exercises, and networking. The program culminates by participants organizing into teams, identifying social or public opportunities, and working on community projects that are designed to raise awareness of an issue, improve team skills, and effect change. Past projects can be found here. 

All UW-Green Bay employees are eligible to express interest in being considered.  After the deadline, one employee will be selected, and will asked to complete the application materials representing UW-Green Bay.

In order to express interest in participation, please complete the Interest Form. This form should be filled out by the interested employee and will then be electronically routed to their supervisor, the Dean/Division Head, and Area Leader as applicable.  Completed forms must be received in the Human Resources office by Friday, March 22, 2024 for full consideration.

You are also welcome to visit https://www.greatergbc.org/talent-education/talent-development/leadership-green-bay for more information about this program.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact Human Resources at (920) 465-2390 or hr@uwgb.edu.

UW-Green Bay Wellness Committee Receives 2023 Well Wisconsin Excellence and Innovation Award

The UW-Green Bay Wellness Committee was recognized on February 22, 2024 during the Well Wisconsin program as the recipient of the 2023 Excellence and Innovation award in Employee Well-being.  Chair Rachel Wautier, accepted the award on behalf of the Wellness Committee.  Current Wellness Committee members include:

      • Macrae Husting, Sheboygan Rep
      • Sara Chaloupka, University Staff Rep
      • Jared Dalberg, Manitowoc Rep
      • Sara Greenwood, Faculty Rep
      • Amy Henniges, Wellness Center Rep (Prevea)
      • Lynn Rotter, Academic Staff Rep
      • Alexandra Wandersee, UREC Rep
      • Rachel Wautier, HR Rep (Chair)

The UW-Green Bay Wellness Committee was honored with this award due to the fun and engaging ways it supports well-being on campus, making wellness initiatives a draw for employee recruitment and retention.  Rachel Wautier was also recognized as a nominee for the Personal Spotlight award during the February 22nd ceremony.

Click here to see ETF’s full article on the Well Wisconsin event.  Keep up to date on current Wellness Committee events and resources by visiting the Wellness Committee website and blog.

Summer Prepay Insurance Premium Deductions

Summer prepay insurance premiums are deducted from spring paychecks to cover the cost of continuing insurance coverage through the summer months (i.e. contract break) and are in addition to regular biweekly insurance premium deductions.

Faculty, academic staff, limited appointees, student assistants, and employees-in-training will have summer prepay insurance premium deductions if:

  • Their academic (9 month) or annual (12 month) contract does not include work during one or more summer months; and
  • They are expected to return to benefits eligible employment on or before the start of the fall semester; and
  • They are eligible to maintain insurance coverage through the summer months.

The summer prepay insurance premium deductions occur on the first two pay checks of the month in March, April, and May. Employees scheduled to have summer prepay deductions will receive monthly emails with estimated prepay deduction amounts.

Review the Universities of Wisconsin Employee Benefits Summer Prepay Insurance Premiums web page for information on:

  • Which insurance plans have summer prepay deductions.
  • The summer prepay deduction timeline.
  • How life events (employment or family status changes) may affect deductions.

If you have questions after reviewing the web page, reach out to your benefits contact.

Source: Universities of Wisconsin Office of Human Resources

Mandatory Employee Training Month Starts March 1st!

On March 1, 2024, employees will start receiving emails related to the mandatory training courses that they are required to take during the month of March.

Recurring courses facilitated by UW-Shared Services include Information Security Awareness (required annually) and Sexual Harassment (Title IX)  (required every three years). Invitations for these courses will come from serviceoperations@uwss.wisconsin.edu.

Campus Security Authority (CSA) and Responsible Employee (RE) training will be the only training coming from UW-Green Bay via Instructure Canvas (notifications@instructure.com) with the subject line “Course Invitation”. This training is only required of individuals who have been designated through their position description and/or provide advisement to a student organization.

Individuals who completed these required training(s) in January or February 2024, will not be required to take the training until March 2025.

All trainings are required to be completed by March 31, 2024, in accordance with SYS 1293, Mandatory Employee Training. Both SYS 1293 and the UW-Green Bay Compensation and Pay Plan Policy indicate that in order for an employee to be eligible for any compensation adjustment, including the approved pay plan effective July 1, 2024, they must be in compliance with all required trainings by the deadlines noted in UW policy.

For questions about Mandatory Employee Training, please review the Mandatory Employee Training Completion Required during March blog post, then contact Human Resources at hr@uwgb.edu or (920) 465-2390.

Bellin Run 2024

It’s time to register for the 48th Annual Bellin Run! The Bellin Run will be an in-person and virtual event on June 8, 2024 in Green Bay. This 10K & 5K event is for runners and walkers of all participation levels.

UW-Green Bay is part of the Bellin Run Corporate Challenge. Being part of this program gets you these perks if you register by May 1st:

  • An early incentive gift (running clip light) with the Bellin Run logo on it
  • Your race packet (bib and race shirt) will be delivered to the Green Bay campus and available for you to pick up in the Human Resources office about a week before the event (we will email you when it’s ready).

Friends and family can be registered on our team so that they can receive these benefits as well.

In addition, the Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) is investing in the health of our employees by paying $10 of your registration fees. This discount will be input during the registration process. This discount does not apply to friends & family members.

Employees, family and friends are encouraged to sign up to participate as part of the UW-Green Bay Corporate Team!

To Register:

  1. Click on this link: http://raceroster.com/events/2024/82219/bellin-run/register?team=604159
  2. Step #1 may ask you to create an account on Race Roster, if you don’t already have one (enter your email and create a personal password)
  3. Team password: UWGB24
  4. Team discount code: UWGB24 (for employees only)
  5. Insert discount code during registration here:

Check out the helpful training information online such as tips, videos, training plans, free training runs and walks, etc. at https://www.bellinrun.com/training

Please email wellness@uwgb.edu if you have any questions.

 

 

Counselor (90%)

This position reports to the Executive Director for University Wellness and Counseling and provides professional mental health counseling and consultation services for the campus community, incorporates a brief therapeutic model to address the emotional and behavioral needs of students, creates developmental programming to increase healthy lifestyle and coping behaviors across campus, and provides strategic direction and advocacy for university mental health policy and initiatives.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, March 17, 2024.

Admissions Counselor

This position reports to the Assistant Director for Recruitment and plans, develops, coordinates, manages, and executes the recruitment and admissions process in alignment with the institution’s strategic goals. Represents the institution to prospective students with a goal of attracting, admitting, and enrolling a talented, diverse student body. May supervise staff and/or lead a program area.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, March 3, 2024.

New Student Transitions and Family Engagement Manager

This position reports to the Director of Student Engagement and will actively contribute to campus by facilitating on-going new student transition opportunities and family engagement with an emphasis on increasing student retention and supporting student success. This position will monitor onboarding data and work to ensure all students coming to all four campus locations are prepared and Phoenix Ready. The Manager will be responsible for gathering data from primary and secondary sources, identifying, analyzing and interpreting trends from the data, and work collaboratively with Housing and Academic Advising to ensure thorough onboarding of students. This position supervises the Student Ambassador team which supports Orientation, Campus tours, and Welcome programs. This position will be responsible for facilitating programming that supports the University’s goals regarding Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. This position will work, in collaboration with others, to create a safe and inclusive environment for all UW Green Bay students where all feel a sense of place and pride.

Oversees the daily management of programs, services, activities, facilities, policies and/or processes in order to support student success in various areas of student affairs. Works under broad, administrative direction with significant responsibility for assigned area(s) of responsibility. Responds to inquiries from University departments, educational institutions, the community, and/or external agencies. Strives to create a welcoming, equitable, and inclusive work environment.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, March 3, 2024