Position opportunity: Assistant dean for human resources

The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) is recruiting applicants for a key leadership position:

Assistant Dean for Human Resources

CALS Human Resources offers an exciting, fast-paced, dynamic work environment comprised of a talented team of HR professionals who support the needs of 17 departments, 14 centers/institutes, 12 agricultural research stations, and more than 3,000 CALS employees. This new position includes a broad range of engaging and diverse responsibilities related to the Human Resources field. Areas of emphasis include, but are not limited to: talent, recruitment, and engagement; compensation and titling; training and development; workforce relations; payroll and benefits; employee assistance; diversity inclusion and engagement; international services; supervision; and policies/procedures/data management. The position reports to the Associate Dean for CALS Human Resources.

The full position announcement is posted on the Jobs at UW website and is accessible by clicking on the internal vacancies tab. (Assistant Dean, CALS Human Resources, PVL 98196-LI)

To begin the application process, please click on the “Apply Now” button. You will be asked to upload a current resume/CV, a cover letter describing your experience and qualifications relevant to the position, and three professional references.

Application deadline is 11:55 p.m. on April 16, 2019.

The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) is located at the heart of the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus. CALS is one of the oldest and most prestigious colleges devoted to the study of our living world. Established in 1889, CALS carries out UW–Madison’s mission as a land-grant public university through excellence in teaching, research and public outreach across 19 academic fields, ranging from production agriculture to natural resources to social sciences to fundamental life sciences. By encouraging collaboration and innovation among these fields, the college helps address problems and create opportunities that affect our food, our environment, our health, and our energy future.