**If you are interested in any of the following job opportunities offered through RISE, it is very important for you to inform the program's staff. Please send an email to Steve R. Pereira (spereira@ohr.wisc.edu) or Natalie Mena (mena@ohr.wisc.edu)

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Current Job Openings


The Center for Leadership and Involvement

The Center for Leadership & Involvement (CfLI) offers a wide variety of paid, unpaid and for class credit positions and internships for students. All of these opportunities provide you with extremely valuable, hands-on, real world experience in an office setting. The Center for Leadership & Involvement is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

CFLI is currently hiring for Fall 2015, please check the CfLI website (http:// http://cfli.wisc.edu/jobs.htm) for application deadlines and application requirements. 

- ​​Organizational Development Consultants (ODC)
- Organizational Development Consultants (ODC) - Marketing Team Coordinator
- Student Leadership Program (SLP) Coordinator
- Student Leadership Program (SLP) Committee Chair
- Organizational Development Consultants (ODC) Chair
- Website and Technology Intern
- Greek Life Graduate Advisor
- Greek (Fraternity & Sorority) Intern
- CfLI Marketing Intern

Interested in applying? Click on the link http://goo.gl/forms/CFJaKIYVvQ
Division of Continuing Studies

The Division of Continuing Studies supports the University of Wisconsin-Madison mission and the spirit of the Wisconsin Idea by advocating for and engaging lifelong learners.The Division provides and supports high-quality continuing education,outreach, service and scholarship related to personal enrichment and professional development. We deliver hundreds of non-credit courses and programs in a variety of formats, including face-to-face, blended, and online.

Human Resources Student Hourly

We are looking for an individual who demonstrates strong attention to detail, communication skills and the ability to multitask. The Human Resources Student Hourly will be responsible for a variety of tasks including:
- Assisting with preparing for new employee orientation and onboarding
o Preparing materials
o Assisting with space set up
o Preparing supervisors with the right information
- Recruitment-
o Help coordinating the process,
o Identifying advertising opportunities an posting positions in various publications
o Responding to applicants
o Setting up interviews
-Performance Management:
o Assist with tracking the process
-Assisting with other administrative duties
This is for summer (May through August
20 hours a week

Candidate Qualifications:
The ideal candidates will be pursuing an associate or bachelor’s degree in human resources or a related field; one year of experience is preferred. Candidates must demonstrate strong attention to detail, organizational ability and oral and written communication skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality and work independently is required.


Interested in applying? Click on the link http://goo.gl/forms/z4LvXCNA2d


Division of Recreational Sports 

The mission of the Division of Recreational Sports is to enrich the UW-Madison experience by providing excellent programs, services, and facilities that promote the social, mental, and physical well-being of the campus community.

Guiding Principles
• We are committed to providing innovative, diverse, and high-quality programs, services, and facilities that support and enhance the mission of the University
• We are committed to providing students with developmental opportunities including, but not limited to, leadership, supervision, and conflict resolution
• We are committed to fostering relationships by partnering with students and campus departments to support projects and events
• We are committed to using our financial, human, and physical resources in a responsible manner
• We are committed to providing a welcoming environment, treating people in a courteous and respectful manner

We employ approximately 500 students per semester, in various positions.

The Division of Recreational Sports is currently hiring for the following positions. Please check the DRS website (http://www.recsports.wisc.edu/employment.htm) for application deadlines and application requirements. 

-Official and Scorekeeper
-Lifeguard
-Custodial Crew
-Personal Trainer
Interested in applying? Click on the link http://goo.gl/forms/M1mbhgSNXw
Division of Information Technology (DoIT)

The mission of the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is to support the primary institutional missions of teaching, research and service with innovative and creative IT services.

Our vision is to lead in the delivery and proactive improvement of IT services. We emphasize providing scalable and sustainable services. We do this with excellence, fostering an agile and innovative philosophy and environment. Our success relies on recruiting, hiring and retaining diverse and highly trained, educated and dedicated staff who are committed to serving the institution and its strategic needs.

The following foundational principles guide the work of DoIT:

-Family and Personal Life/Work Balance
-An Inclusive, Respectful and Supportive Work Environment
-Strong Alignment and Partnership with Campus
-Professionalism and Accountability
-Outstanding and Responsive Customer Service
-Collaboration and Community
-Responsible Stewards of Our Resources
-Exceptional and Innovative IT Services

The Division of Information Technology is currently hiring. Please check the DoIT website (http://www.doit.wisc.edu/about/jobs/studentjobs/) for application deadlines and application requirements. 

Interested in applying? Click on the link http://goo.gl/forms/5raf2QBY2m
Information Specialist Internship Program 

ISIP provides second and third year undergraduates at the University of Wisconsin-Madison an experiential learning opportunity to obtain knowledge and hands-on experience in the field of information and library services. ISIP offers:

• two-year paid internship
• firsthand experience in the field of information science
• experience that will directly advance your career and academic goals
• flexible schedule
• career mentoring and resume assistance

The Information Specialist Internship Program is currently accepting applications. To find out more about the program's requirements please click on the link. http://www.library.wisc.edu/about/employment/information-specialist-internship-program/application/

Interested in applying? Click on the link http://goo.gl/forms/sR1EnUY0gL
Research and Sponsored Programs

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is looking for accounting interns who are eager to support the research enterprise at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. The positions would primarily involve analyzing grant expenditures for appropriateness based on sponsor requirements and completing financial reports, reviewing and tracking invoices, and closing out expired grant awards.

Responsibilities include:
• Assisting accountants with filing of financial reports.
• Assisting accountants with tracking of invoices in an internal database system.
• Processing the closeout of old grant awards.
• Other office duties as assigned by supervisor.

Required Skills:
• Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office. Familiarity with accounting software, or an aptitude to learn these skills quickly on the job.
• Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
• Dependability in working assigned hours.
• Strong ability to think and work independently.
• Accounting and other Business majors preferred.

Interested in applying? Click on the link http://goo.gl/forms/pHY0WWPG5n

Division of Business Services

The mission of the Division of Business Services at the University of Wisconsin - Madison is to provide the most cost effective business services to UW-Madison schools, colleges, departments, faculty, staff, students, and alumni so the University may fulfill its mission of creating, integrating, transferring and applying knowledge in an environment of appropriate accountability to its broad constituency.

The Division of Information Technology is currently hiring for the following positions:

In the Bursar's Office:
One student hourly position available beginning May 18, 2015. This position does cashiering for Student Accounts and Student Loans, responds to inquiries via phone, email and in person, works on data analysis and special projects. Must currently be a UW student or be enrolled to be a student in Fall 2015. Office experience preferred, but not required.

In Accounting Services:
Two student hourly positions will be available beginning May 18, 2015. An additional two student hourly positions will be available beginning September 1, 2015. These positions are in the Accounts Payable area and assist with data entry, mail, filing and other general office duties. This is an ideal opportunity for business-related majors. Students generally work 30-40 hours during summer and 10-15 hours during semester.

Interested in applying? Click on the link http://goo.gl/forms/OncWbhfkg4
Wisconsin Historical Society

The Wisconsin Historical Society is our state's memory and foremost storyteller. It is considered one of the nation's finest historical institutions, helping people connect to the past by collecting, preserving and sharing stories. Every year, we hire an average of 100 Work Study students and a vast number of Limited Term Employees to help us achieve our mission. Our convenient location right on Library Mall, close relationship with UW, and variety of job opportunities make us a great choice for student employees!

The Wisconsin Historical Society is currently hiring. Please check the website (http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/Content.aspx?dsNav=N:1085) for application deadlines and application requirements. 

Applicants can contact us almost anytime, though it’s helpful if students enrolled for summer courses know their class schedule and work-study status by the time they apply. The Library Circulation Desk has a supply of general employment applications available anytime the Library is open, and email inquiries are a good start too. We hope to make most hiring decisions for summer in the first half of May.

In a like manner to summer, we encourage students to have their Fall class schedule and work-study status confirmed and ready to share by the time they apply. Filling out a general employment application and emailing an inquiry are both good starts. We hope to make most hiring decisions for summer in the latter half of August and first week of September.

Library Circulation: Check library materials in and out; answer and refer questions from the public and other staff; retrieve closed stack materials; clerical tasks as assigned. Please send inquiries or applications (resume and cover letter, preferably including class schedule) (Please mention that you saw this post on RISE!)

Library Shelving: Reshelve library materials and maintain order in assigned sections of the Library’s open and closed stacks. Please send inquiries or applications (resume and cover letter, preferably including class schedule) (Please mention that you saw this post on RISE!)


Positions in the Archives Research Room include assisting researchers with registration and orientation, retrieving and re-shelving collections, research to answer inquiries from off-site researchers, word processing, photocopying and other clerical duties as assigned. For inquiries about Research Room positions, please include a letter of interest and resume. (Please mention that you saw this post on RISE!)

Positions in the Archives Collection Management section include working with the arrangement, description, and cataloging of both personal manuscripts and government records collections. This involves working with collections in many formats including textual records, photographs, sound, film, and video materials, and digital records. For inquires about Collection Management positions, please include a letter of interest and resume. (Please mention that you saw this post on RISE!)

Photo Manager The primary responsibility of this employee consists of the scanning and uploading of the photographs and images submitted to the SHPO for National Register nominations, survey products, questionnaires, tax credit submittals, and compliance projects. The images must be reviewed for appropriateness to upload to the Wisconsin Historic Preservation Database (WHPD) and appropriate updates made to the property record. Work is performed with a great deal of independence; there is minimal direct oversight.  

Compliance Program Assistant The primary responsibility of this employee consists of the log in and initial processing of state and federally funded, licensed and permitted projects which are submitted for review. This position provides assistance to federal and state agencies, local municipalities, professional consultants and the general public on the submittal requirements and the project review process.  This employee works as part of a four person team and is responsible for maintaining workflow among all team members. Work is performed with a great deal of independence; there is minimal direct oversight.  


Please note, work units outside of the Library and Archives division may also be hiring for Summer and Fall, but in smaller numbers. If you have a particular interest in another area at WHS, please send a resume and cover letter explaining your interest. (Please mention that you saw this post on RISE!)

Interested in applying? Click on the link http://goo.gl/forms/ogH3nChAqO