Supervisory Essentials Certificate – Summer 2024

The Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement is pleased to offer the Supervisory Essentials Certificate to any UW-Green Bay supervisor who is seeking professional development. The next cohort for this program begins on June 13th 2024!

A certificate program designed for new leaders and frontline team supervisors, seeking to influence, inspire and help others be their best selves. Help your team pull together in meaningful ways to propel projects forward. Gain the skills and confidence needed to empower others and yourself and contribute to an organization’s growth and mission. Supervisors can complete this program with only $299 in expenses for materials and other items charged to their departmental funds. Supervisors are encouraged to discuss the cost with Division Heads/Area Leaders if funding is a barrier to participation. There is no limit to the amount of supervisors who are able to enroll.

To earn the UW-Green Bay Supervisory Leadership Certificate participants must complete eight courses:

June 14 – Core Course: Understanding Your Strengths to Lead Others (9:30 am – 12:30 pm)

June 20 – Topic Course: Developing an Adaptive Leadership Mindset (9:30 am – 12:30 pm)

June 27 – Topic Course: Helping Your Team Achieve Organizational Management (9:30 am – 12:30 pm)

July 11 – Topic Course: The Roadmap to High Performing Teams (9:30 am – 12:30pm)

July 25 – Topic Course: Conflict Resolution Rather than Toxic Drama (9:30 – 12:30)

August 1 – Capstone Course:  Developing an Action Plan (9:30 am – 12:30 pm)

Classes will be held on Zoom.

Full course descriptions can be found at this link: Supervisory Essentials – Certificate Programs – UW-Green Bay (uwgb.edu)

If you have questions about the Supervisory Leadership Certificate Program or would like to enroll, please contact Christopher Ledvina at ledvinch@uwgb.edu or (920) 465-2164.

Please visit the Supervisor Toolkit for more information regarding professional development opportunities for supervisors.

Assistant Coach – Women’s Volleyball

This position reports to Head Volleyball Coach and is responsible for carrying out all duties as they relate to the administration of the sport and to always work in the best interest of the program, the Athletic Department, and the University.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, June 9, 2024.

CRM Application Administrator (1 Year Temporary)

This position reports to Director of Enterprise Applications. The CRM Application Administrator is responsible for configuring, integrating, administering, and providing advanced and varied consultation, project management, and operational support of highly complex applications or services with a large number of users. This position anticipates issues and devises resolution methodology to support the business operations of the institution.

This position will report to the Information Technology Division but will work collaboratively with multiple areas that utilize CRM technology, including Continuing Education, Enrollment Services, Graduation Studies and the Weidner Center. This position will act as the liaison between the Information Technology Business Analyst and the functional users for each department.  Specific job duties will include leading end-user meetings, ensuring collaboration between departments, providing training and functional end-user support.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, June 9, 2024.

Deadline Extended: Bay of Green Bay NERR Tribal Engagement Convener

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is the lead state agency for the designation of a new National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) for the bay of Green Bay and will serve as the employer and administrator for the Bay of Green Bay NERR personnel and activities.

This position will develop and support long-term relationships between First Nations Tribes and communities with connections to the Lake Michigan-Huron region and the Bay of Green Bay NERR. The Tribal Engagement Convener will ensure tribal community interests are represented in the Bay of Green Bay NERR planning, programs, and activities. They will contribute to collaborative programming within the larger Great Lakes NERR sub-region. The position will build connections between Bay of Green Bay NERR and UW-Green Bay’s First Nations Studies Program and other campus units and programs. This new position will evolve to address changing tribal priorities and the maturation of the Bay of Green Bay NERR.

The Tribal Engagement Convener will deliver, assist with planning, and lead the following initiatives, supporting the Education vertical of the NERR system, while also contributing programming and support to the other verticals (i.e., Research, Stewardship, and Training). The primary role of this position is to build relationships in support of the development and implementation of K-12 programming, with a priority focus on working with the Oneida Nation School System.

  • Work with tribal schools to develop, promote, and integrate K-12 educational programming around estuarine waters for tribal learners.
  • Develop, promote, and integrate educational programming for K-12 students around estuarine waters for learners at non-tribal schools that enhance understanding of tribal cultural perspectives as they pertain to estuarine waters. Expand and ensure access to programs, facilities, and educational services related to coastal and estuarine waters.
  • Contribute to national conversations and initiatives in partnership with reserves across the coastal states.
  • Develop and actualize integrated research, stewardship, and training programs among Great Lakes tribal partners, the Green Bay NERR staff and partners, and the Lake Superior NERR. Programs will target organizations, professionals, and individuals with an interest in Great Lakes estuaries, wetlands, and coastlines.
  • Support extramural funding efforts focused on shared NERR and tribal interests around estuarine research, education, stewardship, and training.

The person in this position will be affiliated with the Center for First Nations Education and the Education program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The potential exists to develop a unique course or course component in UW-Green Bay’s teacher education program.

This position will strengthen partnerships among tribal nations in Wisconsin and Michigan and the Bay of Green Bay NERR, and help expand collaborative funding targeting estuarine water programming among tribal entities, the Bay of Green Bay NERR, WI education systems, non-governmental organizations, and local, state, and federal agencies.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, June 23, 2024. 

Outreach Program Manager

This position reports to Executive Officer, Continuing Education & Workforce Training and provides guidance for program development, implementation and evaluation of a wide range of healthcare, human services and non-profit continuing education programs, including certificates, workshops and seminars. Assesses market needs and trends to continuously update and expand program offerings. Will lead in delivering high-quality and relevant educational offerings that meet the changing needs of the community and industry standards and implement evaluation processes to monitor program effectiveness and student satisfaction. Will monitor and allocate program resources, including funding, staffing, facilities and technology, to optimize program delivery and ensure enrollment and revenue outcomes.

The role requires a strategic leader who collaborates with a variety of stakeholders, including industry professionals, academic staff and university marketing to identify educational needs, design curriculum and promote programs to increase enrollment. Will work closely and foster strong relationships with healthcare organizations, community partners and industry stakeholders to pursue partnerships and funding opportunities to enhance program relevance and employment opportunities for participants

Strives to expand and ensure access to credit and non-credit programs, facilities, and educational services to diverse audiences throughout Wisconsin and beyond.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, June 3, 2024.

Student Success Coach, GEAR UP Rising Phoenix (2 Vacancies, 1 Year Appointment)

This position reports to the GEAR UP Rising Phoenix Manager and will serve as a Student Success Coach for the Rising Phoenix Early College High School Program, an innovative program providing cohorts of students in partner schools the opportunity to earn an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree along with their high school diploma. The Student Success Coach works closely with school district staff and provides academic advising and social and emotional support for high school students enrolled in the Rising Phoenix program. The Student Success Coach manages the orientation to college process, provides intensive support, academic advising and major/career exploration, maintains students’ records, and works with the schools to establish the alignment between UW-Green Bay courses and high school courses.  The Student Success Coach will provide services that support the University’s mission and goals regarding equity, diversity, and inclusion.

This one year-100% position is funded through the UW-Green Bay partnership with the state GEAR UP program and is renewed on an annual basis dependent on funding and satisfactory performance. The GEAR UP grant is a 7-year, renewable grant with funding through August 22, 2026. These 2 positions may be assigned to serve a combination of GEAR UP school districts in the following regions: Ashland, Bayfield, Wausau, Shawano, Green Bay, Sheboygan and/or Milwaukee.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Wednesday, June 5, 2024.

Deadline Extended: Groundskeeper

This position reports to the Building & Grounds Supervisor and maintains and landscapes lawns, planting beds, fields, and golf course groups. Inspects grounds and courses to ensure conditions meet institutional grounds keeping standards.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, May 27, 2024.

Director of Player Development/Assistant Coach (37% Appointment)

The Director of Player Development will report to the Head Women’s Basketball Coach and will assist with all aspects of running a successful Division I Women’s Basketball program, while adhering to all NCAA, UW-Green Bay, UW System and State of Wisconsin rules, regulations and policies.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, May 20, 2024. 

Bay of Green Bay NERR Tribal Engagement Convener

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is the lead state agency for the designation of a new National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) for the bay of Green Bay and will serve as the employer and administrator for the Bay of Green Bay NERR personnel and activities.

This position will develop and support long-term relationships between First Nations Tribes and communities with connections to the Lake Michigan-Huron region and the Bay of Green Bay NERR. The Tribal Engagement Convener will ensure tribal community interests are represented in the Bay of Green Bay NERR planning, programs, and activities. They will contribute to collaborative programming within the larger Great Lakes NERR sub-region. The position will build connections between Bay of Green Bay NERR and UW-Green Bay’s First Nations Studies Program and other campus units and programs. This new position will evolve to address changing tribal priorities and the maturation of the Bay of Green Bay NERR.

The Tribal Engagement Convener will deliver, assist with planning, and lead the following initiatives, supporting the Education vertical of the NERR system, while also contributing programming and support to the other verticals (i.e., Research, Stewardship, and Training). The primary role of this position is to build relationships in support of the development and implementation of K-12 programming, with a priority focus on working with the Oneida Nation School System.

  • Work with tribal schools to develop, promote, and integrate K-12 educational programming around estuarine waters for tribal learners.
  • Develop, promote, and integrate educational programming for K-12 students around estuarine waters for learners at non-tribal schools that enhance understanding of tribal cultural perspectives as they pertain to estuarine waters. Expand and ensure access to programs, facilities, and educational services related to coastal and estuarine waters.
  • Contribute to national conversations and initiatives in partnership with reserves across the coastal states.
  • Develop and actualize integrated research, stewardship, and training programs among Great Lakes tribal partners, the Green Bay NERR staff and partners, and the Lake Superior NERR. Programs will target organizations, professionals, and individuals with an interest in Great Lakes estuaries, wetlands, and coastlines.
  • Support extramural funding efforts focused on shared NERR and tribal interests around estuarine research, education, stewardship, and training.

The person in this position will be affiliated with the Center for First Nations Education and the Education program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The potential exists to develop a unique course or course component in UW-Green Bay’s teacher education program.

This position will strengthen partnerships among tribal nations in Wisconsin and Michigan and the Bay of Green Bay NERR, and help expand collaborative funding targeting estuarine water programming among tribal entities, the Bay of Green Bay NERR, WI education systems, non-governmental organizations, and local, state, and federal agencies.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, June 10, 2024. 

Director of Basketball Operations/Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

The Women’s Basketball Program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is currently recruiting for a Director of Basketball Operations/Assistant Coach. This position will report to the Head Women’s Basketball Coach and will assist with all aspects of running a successful Division I Women’s Basketball program, while adhering to all NCAA, UW-Green Bay, UW System and State of Wisconsin rules, regulations and policies.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Monday, May 13, 2024.