Records Review – Boxes Needed

As the Tri-Annual Confidential Destruction process is just ahead on April 20 and April 27th, many departments are busy reviewing files.  This means that there are many records ready to be destroyed based on a Record Schedule – AND – we don’t have enough boxes.  As these records will be shredded, we won’t be purchasing new boxes so are looking to find some before they go to recycle.  If you have any extra boxes from paper, shipping, miscellaneous in your area, please don’t recycle – contact Sandi Maine-Delepierre at maines@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2781.   Sandi can coordinate getting your extra’s to those who need them.

Tri-Annual Records Destruction

UW-Green Bay and all of its employees are required to manage the records we create and use while conducting University business  as a matter of state law, under Wis. Stat. Sec. 16.61.

On March 15, 2022 an email was send out to operational areas regarding the upcoming Records Management collection and destruction.   The collection and destruction will be coordinated on April 20th and April 27th between 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. to allow offices to confidentially dispose of records that are past the required retention period

Offices have been asked to assess your records in your area and determine if there are records ready to be transferred to the Archives – OR – they meet the qualifications to be confidentially destroyed and document any records for destruction.

To facilitate this process, we are asking all employees to review the recently updated  Records Management web page to understand their obligations for maintaining and destroying records and to understand the records destruction process.

Please work with your office if you have any records which you feel could be reviewed for confidential destruction.

For questions, contact:

Sandi Maine-Delepierre
maines@uwgb.edu
920-465-2781

Thank you for being part of the record management process here at UW-Green Bay.

Deadline Extended – Assistant Teaching Professor – Nursing (4 Vacancies)

The College of Health, Education, and Social Welfare at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay invites applicants for a Lecturer position in Nursing.

This position will be responsible for enhancing UW-Green Bay’s mission-driven inclusive teaching efforts and creating and maintaining an educational environment that acknowledges, encourages, and celebrates those with diverse identities, beliefs, and cultural backgrounds.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, April 24, 2022.

Deadline Extended: Custodian (2nd Shift)

This position reports to the Custodial Services Supervisor and maintains the overall appearance and cleanliness of the designated work area.  Work performed in this position includes manual cleaning and maintenance of UWGB buildings.  General areas of responsibility include: cleaning offices, restrooms, and other building areas; maintaining all floor surfaces including mopping, buffing, vacuuming, shampooing, and refinishing; cleaning windows (inside and outside); cleaning furniture; assisting with furniture, piano and equipment moves as required; stocking restrooms and custodial work areas with necessary supplies and products; waste and recycling removal; snow removal and salting of building entrances. This position will be required to drive a State vehicle and travel between work locations as needed.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, March 28, 2022.

Position Reannouncement – Assistant Controller

This position reports to the Controller and provides leadership and guidance in all aspects of financial management, including non-profit, partnership and corporate accounting, regulatory and financial reporting, budget and forecasts preparation, as well as development of internal control policies and procedures.

This position is responsible for coordinating the overall management of campus accounting services and performs the highest level of accounting activities.  This position will function as the campus Assistant Controller. The position has administrative responsibility for the following business functions:  Accounts Payable & Non Student Accounts Receivable, Cash Management, Grants & Contracts Accounting, General Ledger Accounting and Capital Equipment Inventory, and Financial Reporting to include hiring of staff, staff development and training, performance evaluation, implementation of corrective measures as deemed appropriate, and cross training within departments and across functional lines.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, April 10, 2022.

Deadline Extended – Custodian (1st Shift)

This position reports to the Custodial Services Program Supervisor and maintains the overall appearance and cleanliness of the designated work area.  Work performed in this position includes manual cleaning and maintenance of UWGB buildings.  General areas of responsibility include: cleaning offices, restrooms, and other building areas; maintaining all floor surfaces including mopping, buffing, vacuuming, shampooing, and refinishing; cleaning windows (inside and outside); cleaning furniture; assisting with furniture, piano and equipment moves as required; stocking restrooms and custodial work areas with necessary supplies and products; waste and recycling removal; snow removal and salting of building entrances. This position will be required to drive a State vehicle and travel between work locations as needed.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, March 28, 2022.

Custodian (2nd Shift)

This position reports to the Custodial Services Supervisor and maintains the overall appearance and cleanliness of the designated work area.  Work performed in this position includes manual cleaning and maintenance of UWGB buildings.  General areas of responsibility include: cleaning offices, restrooms, and other building areas; maintaining all floor surfaces including mopping, buffing, vacuuming, shampooing, and refinishing; cleaning windows (inside and outside); cleaning furniture; assisting with furniture, piano and equipment moves as required; stocking restrooms and custodial work areas with necessary supplies and products; waste and recycling removal; snow removal and salting of building entrances. This position will be required to drive a State vehicle and travel between work locations as needed.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, March 21, 2022.

Chief Facilities Officer

Collaborating with academic and administrative leaders across the campus, the Chief Facilities Officer provides overall vision, strategic and operational leadership, policy guidance, and direct management of the Facilities Planning and Management division. The Chief Facilities Officer is a key leader in supporting the academic mission of the campus through securing and maintaining the viability and integrity of the physical campus. Reporting to the CBO and Senior Vice Chancellor for Institutional Strategy, the Chief Facilities Officer has overall responsibility for the division’s budget, human resource management, and all other aspects of its operation at the main physical plant in Green Bay and three additional branch locations in Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Areas of oversight include capital planning, design, and construction; campus planning and landscape architecture; environmental sustainability, physical plant, building maintenance, mail services, custodial operations and space management. This position is also responsible for leading departmental strategies and facilitating physical resources that support the University’s mission and goals regarding equity, diversity, and inclusion.

The Chief Facilities Officer will interact with senior academic and administrative leadership to support the university’s mission through strategic planning activities and policy development on long-term facility and capital planning direction and issues. In conjunction with the CBO, the Chief Facilities Officer will play a key role in the formulation of the biennial capital plan and budget. The Chief Facilities Officer will also interact with UW System and State of Wisconsin Department of Facilities Development professionals and must cultivate and sustain cooperative working relationships with all constituencies.

Facilities and Planning Management is the largest administrative unit on campus with a budget of $7 million, and a staff of approximately 75. Facilities Planning and Management supports a physical plant of more than 1.98 million gross square feet in 66 university buildings and an additional 906,000 gross square feet of non-university buildings encompassing 1 square mile on the main campus and three non-contiguous county locations in the state.

Candidates who possess excellent communication and relationship building skills and have experience in stewardship of the campus infrastructure and will be a strong advocate for the university’s capital plan as well as an advocate for diversity and inclusion in the workplace are encouraged to apply.

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

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, April 11, 2022.

Save the Date – Conflict Management for Managers

 

 

Save the Date!

Kepro-WI is excited to invite you to participate in our upcoming session on Conflict Management for Managers delivered by subject matter expert, Stephanie Kunkel, a sought-after professional with years of experience in this topic. Stephanie Kunkel will give you the opportunity to engage directly with all of your questions and comments will be responded to in a manner which is appropriate for this session. We are excited to bring you this session and are confident that you will find it well worth your time.

Session Description:
About 60-80% of all workplace conflicts come from strained relationships between employees and managers. Learn the skill of resolving conflict in the most amicable way, benefiting individual and team productivity.

Topic: Conflict Management for Managers
Client: (State of WI) University of WI – Green Bay
Date/Time: 3/23/2022 1:30 PM, America/Chicago
ID: KEPRO100206

Click Here to Attend

Audio conference:
United States Toll: +1-408-418-9388
Access Code: 2631 933 5240

Password: 2pb7t7sKhIU

Meet Your Facilitator:

Stephanie currently works as a Commercial Operations Manager with a Madison based company where she is a master collaborator leading multiple teams to come together through major corporate restructuring.  She has consulted for Fortune 500 companies for 7 years and carries over 13 years of sales and marketing experience.  After developing a leadership development program for multiple teams she launched her coaching and mentoring career.  She has been leading teams since 2007 and as a leader her passion has developed from watching others grow and succeed.

Stephanie has experience in training teams on leadership, business management, effective interpersonal communication strategies, numerous emotional intelligence topics, diversity, and many others.  Her favorite is training new leaders how to become confident and compassionate leaders. Stephanie has been working with leaders, tenured and new, for over 7 years to curate healthy and happy team cultures. Additionally, Stephanie is an international best-selling author, with over 10 years of experience in coaching and training and a passion for watching others grow “The goal is not to teach a class as someone qualified, but to help the class to connect with me so that they can embrace the concepts that increase mental well-being and result in stronger leaders.”

In 2016 Stephanie received her associates degree in Leadership development and in 2018 obtained her bachelor’s degree in marketing management.  This year Stephanie went back to school and earned her master’s degree in leadership and management in just 6 months. She continues to attend regular courses with other industry leaders on leadership and mental health.

Some testimonials:

“Stephanie is ‘like us’; a mom who talks about things she herself has been through. She helped me challenge myself.  Her course is interactive, and no question is dumb.  She validated my feelings and helped me work through them so I could be a better leader.”

“Stephanie is a professional that puts her heart and her wisdom into what she does. I wanted to share this because she has done wonders for my self-esteem… And she’s real. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to her.”

Save the Date – Conflict Management for Employees Training

Save the Date!

Kepro-WI is excited to invite you to participate in our upcoming session on Conflict Management for Employees delivered by subject matter expert, Mike Joerndt, a sought-after professional with years of experience in this topic. Mike Joerndt will give you the opportunity to engage directly with all of your questions and comments will be responded to in a manner which is appropriate for this session. We are excited to bring you this session and are confident that you will find it well worth your time.

Session Description:
This class will allow participants to understand and dissect their role in conflict, which is the first step to conflict management. This is a journey to assess and learn what you can do differently, to “play in the sandbox” productively with a wide variety of people.

Topic: Conflict Management for Employees
Client: (State of WI) University of WI – Green Bay
Date/Time: 3/23/2022 10:00 AM, America/Chicago
ID: KEPRO100205

Click Here to Attend

Audio conference:
United States Toll: +1-408-418-9388
Access Code: 2631 890 5097

Password: VnWVl8Y4wTD

Meet Your Facilitator: 

Mike Joerndt brings over 20 years of experience in sales, training and business. As a manager, Mike was directly responsible for leading and developing a team of associates, trainers, and current and future leaders. As a director, Mike has led a division of multiple teams, supporting Fortune 500 companies as well as innovative start-ups. This includes communicating market intelligence and strategic recommendations to those companies while also ensuring each team had the tools and leadership necessary to succeed. At the same time, Mike was responsible for meeting internal financial goals and finding opportunities to expand partnerships with the companies supported by his division.

In each stage of his career, Mike has been responsible for training, coaching and developing others. In doing so he has helped numerous professionals advance their careers. He has training experience in communication, business management, forecasting, desktop computer applications, coaching and development, process management, consultative selling, and strategic execution. Most recently, Mike has developed continuing education courses for health care professionals in the long-term and elderly care spaces. The proudest moments of Mike’s career are those in which he has been able to inspire and assist others in reaching their professional goals.

Mike has a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He also earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Minnesota. Mike views learning as a lifetime activity and has recently completed certificates in Interpersonal Communication, Strategic Thinking, and Managing Innovation.