The Research Project Manager is the primary staff for the “New to Public Health (N2PH): Dissemination of the Southeast Wisconsin Public Health Nurse Residency Model and Toolkit” (N2PH) research project. N2PH is a dissemination and …
This position supports faculty work in The Center for Aging Research and Education (CARE) at the UW- Madison School of Nursing. CARE improves the wellbeing of older adults through support of research, teaching, and outreach …
Under the direction of the School of Nursing’s Director of Facilities Planning and Operations, this position provides a wide range of operational and administrative support to the School of Nursing’s Building Services team, and serves …
This position reports to the Assistant Dean for Institutional Affairs of the School of Nursing and works closely with the directors of development and with members of the Institutional Affairs team on the execution of …
Under the guidance of faculty mentors, the Research Associate (Postdoctoral) will develop knowledge and skills to successfully transition from PhD training to an independent investigator role. Positions are currently available to study clinical intervention and …
The Associate Dean for Research and Sponsored Programs reports to the Dean of the School of Nursing (SoN) and serves as the Chief Research Officer for the SoN. The Associate Dean works to advance the …
The School of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking to fill one tenure-track faculty position. Successful candidates will join a vibrant and collaborative group of scientists and scholars conducting innovative and impactful research …
The School of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking to fill two tenure track faculty positions. Successful candidates will join a vibrant and collaborative group of scientists and scholars conducting innovative and impactful …
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking to fill one faculty position in the School of Nursing as part of a campus-wide cluster hiring initiative to add to the vibrant community of academic researchers at UW-Madison …
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Information for Employers
The UW–Madison School of Nursing is excited to partner with you in order to meet your needs and connect you to our students. We are extremely proud of the student population and feel they can be an asset to your organization.
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- Schedule on-campus interviews, register for career fairs, and set up info sessions
See the Help Resources below, or contact your school or college career center representative or the Career Exploration Center.
UW-Madison’s Student Job Center is another resource for employers. Any employer looking to hire students may post an opening on the site.
There are many opportunities to connect with students on campus. If you are interested in any of the following opportunities, please contact Beth Dawson, email@example.com or 608-263-5202.
Career Fairs and Events
The Nurses Alumni Organization (NAO) hosts career fairs periodically which will be posted in Handshake.
Employer Information Sessions are one-hour presentations conducted by organization representatives. The purpose of the information session is to provide students with information on employment opportunities, actual career paths, qualities sought in applicants and training programs, and a general overview of the recruiting process.
Recruiters are invited to conduct on-campus interviews through the Academic Affairs Office for summer and semester-long internships and full-time employment. We strive to assist employers in filling their interview schedules.