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, 2015 – June 30, 2016) as soon as possible. Please follow the procedure outlined on the Academic Staff and Limited Performance Evaluation Form, submitting the completed evaluation to the area leader’s office no later than Friday, August 26, 2016. Please note – An annual performance evaluation is not required for individuals hired after July 1, 2015 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 Operational Policy TC4, 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.

Welcome Maruf Hossain!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe Natural and Applied Sciences Department welcomed Maruf Hossain on July 1, 2016, as the Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Technology!  Prior to his appointment at UW-Green Bay, Maruf worked as a Research Assistant and Herff Fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Memphis.  He also worked as an Assistant Professor at Ahsanullah University, as a Lecturer at American International University, and an Engineer at Telecom Malaysia International, all of which are located in Bangladesh.

Maruf served as Treasurer of IEEE HKN, University of Memphis Chapter 2015-2016, Treasurer of Bangladesh Students Association, and the University of Memphis Chapter 2013-2014.

Maruf holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Memphis, TN.  He earned his Master’s of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.

Maruf is originally from Khulna, Bangladesh, and has a wife and son.  Welcome, Maruf!






Travel Coordinator

The Travel Coordinator (Financial Specialist Senior) reports to the Assistant Controller and is responsible for performing, under general supervision, audit and approval of travel expense reimbursements and payments to individuals, interpretation and enforcement of travel policies, management of the campus’ corporate card program, and accounting duties as outlined below.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, July 17, 2016.

Keep Your Beneficiary Designations Up-to-Date

What is a beneficiary?

A beneficiary is the person or persons you designate to receive any benefits payable upon your death. Naming beneficiaries ensures that your assets are distributed according to your wishes after your death.

Keep your beneficiary designations up-to-date

To protect your beneficiary(ies), review and update your beneficiary designations regularly. You may change your beneficiary designations at any time.  Review of your designations for possible changes is especially important when you have experienced a life event, such as the birth or adoption of a child, marriage, divorce, etc. Your assets are distributed according to the beneficiary designations that you have on file, so it is important to review and make any needed changes whenever your personal circumstances change.

How do I know what benefits I have?

Go to the Benefit Information module in My UW System, and click the “View Benefits Summary Detail” link to see your current benefit enrollments. Contact the benefits office with any questions regarding your coverage and coverage levels.

Completing/updating your beneficiary designations

Beneficiary designation forms can be found at:  Click on each individual plan for the beneficiary designation form for that plan.  Follow the instructions to submit the form.

Make sure you keep a copy of each completed beneficiary form for your records. Return completed forms to the address on the form, not to the Benefits office.

If you are unsure of your current beneficiary designations, please complete a new beneficiary designation to ensure that your designations are current.

The following plans have a beneficiary designation form:

If you have a Tax-Sheltered Annuity (TSA) or Deferred Compensation account, make sure you review and update your beneficiary designations as needed. Contact the plan directly to update your beneficiary designations or, if you are enrolled in the TSA program, update your beneficiary online.

Source: UW Service Center

Director of Continuing Professional Education and Wisconsin Caregiver Academy

This position reports to the Executive Director of Continuing Professional Education and Extension and will be primarily responsible for creating innovative continuing education and progressive training programs for professionals throughout the State of Wisconsin and beyond and providing entrepreneurial leadership for all facets involved in building sustainable programming and collaborative partnerships.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Friday, July 15, 2016.

Volunteer Your Time


Have some free time this summer? Want to make an impact in your community? Why not volunteer and help those in need? There are so many ways to get involved in the community from working with animals, the environment, veterans, housing, education, and the list goes on. Each month we will highlight one organization where you can volunteer your time and talent.

Before we dig deeper into specific organizations, we wanted to provide a few resources available to you to find out how you can start volunteering. Our HR website has a Volunteer Opportunities page with some great links for these resources. To get to that page, go to Each month we will have a Featured Volunteer Opportunity where you can learn more about a specific organization. If you are passionate about a cause but don’t know what specific organization shares that passion, you can visit The Volunteer Center of Brown County’s website. There you can select a cause and it will show you some of the organizations that would love the help of volunteers. If you prefer to share your talents outside of Brown County there are volunteer resources available for other area communities as well. If you just want to volunteer and are not sure exactly where to start, you can try This website will also help you find places that need volunteers but also will show you who has activities going on in the coming days if you want to try something different every time or support an organization’s activity.

If you have an organization you’d like to have featured or have a pictures of yourself donating your time to an organization, please e-mail Julie at with that information. As part of UWGB’s innitiative of Transformation we can use the time we volunteer to help change lives of others in our community for the better.


Student Hours Reduction

As a reminder, students must reduce their working schedules down to 25 hours per week for the next two weeks to make sure we are in compliance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). This change will be from June 26 to July 9. Starting July 10, students can go back up to 40 hours per week.

If you have any questions about this, please contact HR at or x2390.

UW System Title and Total Compensation Study RFP Feedback Requested


The University of Wisconsin (UW) is embarking on a complete redesign of its current classification and compensation structure. The new personnel authority UW System and UW-Madison received as of July 1, 2015 provides an unprecedented opportunity to review and modify our classification/compensation systems, and also review our employee benefits programs. The goal will be to develop new systems that will enable institutions to continue to attract and retain the best talent. For more information about the Title and Total Compensation Study, please see the UW System Website: and watch the HR Connect Blog for future information.

 At this time, the UW System Title and Total Compensation Request for Proposal (RFP) is being developed.  UW System welcomes your feedback and input on this information provided for response to this RFP.  Please review and complete this survey to weigh in on the content provided through the RFP process.  Responses to the survey are due Friday, July 1, 2016 at Noon.


Student Record Specialist

The Student Record Specialist reports to the Assistant Registrar and will work with students to resolve technical issues associated with their academic records.  This position will consult with students, faculty, and other Registrar’s Office staff to ensure academic record transactions are completed and information is clearly and accurately communicated to students.  The Student Record Specialist will also develop the schedule of classes and associated room scheduling each academic semester in cooperation with the academic deans.  Position responsibilities will also include supporting Registrar’s Office staff with the testing and implementation of the PeopleSoft student information system (SIS) bundled updates and other software used in the office.

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

To ensure consideration, please submit application materials by Sunday, July 10, 2016.

Welcome Tara Carr!

Tara CarrOutreach and Adult Access welcomed Tara Carr on April 25, 2016, as the Director of the Small Business Development Center!  Prior to her appointment at UW-Green Bay, Tara worked at Concordia University.

Tara holds a Masters in Business Administration from Saginaw Valley State University.  She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, specializing in Human Resource Management and Labor Relations from Bowling Green State University. Currently, she is studying Organizational Leadership and Administration with Concordia University.  Tara currently serves on the Bay Area Workforce Development Board and is a senior adjunct faculty member at Concordia University, where she teaches in the Business Administration and Human Resource Management Bachelor, MBA, and OLA Programs.

Tara began her career as an entrepreneur in the restaurant industry in upstate New York and is originally from Hoosick Falls, New York.  Her responsibilities will include coordinating, planning, and administering the Small Business Development Center’s services to prospective entrepreneurs and small-business owners/managers in the service area.

Welcome, Tara!