More about the Division of Facilities, Planning, & Management (FP&M):
The Division of Facilities Planning & Management (FP&M) is a full-spectrum service organization that builds, maintains, and operates the physical environment of UW-Madison in support of the university's education, research, and outreach activities. We are responsible for everything from the building projects that change the face of campus to the flowers that beautify the grounds.
More about the Physical Plant Department and the Heating & Cooling Plant:
Physical Plant is the largest FP&M organizational unit and is responsible for the operation and maintenance of campus buildings, grounds, and utilities. Design resources, construction by the trades, and specialized facilities services are available for departmental requests and remodeling projects on a fee-for-service basis.
The Charter Street Heating & Cooling Plant and the Walnut Street Heating & Cooling Plant supply steam, chilled water, compressed air, electricity, and soft domestic water to the UW campus, as well as to UW Hospital & Clinics, the US Forest Service Forest Products Laboratories, and the Division of Veterans Affairs VA Hospital, and some other non-campus customers.
Our plant operators also coordinate with the West Campus Cogeneration facility (which produces electricity for Madison Gas and Electric customers) on steam and chilled water needs for heating and air-conditioning on campus.
More about the Heating & Cooling Plant Learning & Development Manager
The Learning and Development Manager position is held within the Heating and Cooling Plant(s) of UW-Madison. This position provides management and oversight for instructional design, technology and/or development functions. They may also provide instructional design, technology and/or development services directly to faculty, staff and other customers and may supervise staff and manage related budgets. This position will be a full-time trainer onsite to provide a structured training program for essential staff with a mission to improve the safety, reliability and efficiency within the Heating and Cooling Plants that provide critical utilities (Steam, Chilled Water, Compressed Air) to the UW Campus, Hospitals and customers.
|Provides management and oversight for instructional design, technology, and/or development functions for a unit, division, or institution. May provide instructional design, technology, and/or development services directly to faculty, staff, and other customers. May supervise staff and manage related budgets. |
- 10% Develops and maintains knowledge of the specific and unique needs of the unit, division, or institution. Develops or assists with the development of strategic planning initiatives and objectives
- 20% Manages a portfolio of instructional design and/or technology services and support. May recommend, test, and audit selected learning technologies and/or methods
- 5% Provides effective project management and overall coordination of project teams to meet deadlines
- 10% Serves as the subject matter expert and unit liaison to internal and external stakeholders providing operational and strategic information and representing the interests of the unit, division, or institution
- 25% Provides instructional design and/or technology services and support directly to faculty, staff, or other customers
- 5% Advises unit staff in the areas of learning theory, instructional design models, assessment, and instructional methods
- 5% May monitor the unit budget and/or approve expenditures
- 5% Manages instructional equipment and supplies
- 5% Manages faculty development and engagement programs
- 10% Conduct training (OTJ) and measure job performance of Staff conducting equipment/process systems line up, startup/shutdown and troubleshooting/casualty control procedures out in the workspace.
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- 5 Years experience providing instructional design or technology services to technical staff
- 5 Years experience with High Pressure Boiler, Steam Turbine, Centrifugal Chiller and Water Treatment Operational training.
-Experience using Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.)
-Experience Developing and Implementing a formal training program
Full Time: 100%
It is anticipated this position requires work be performed in-person, onsite, at a designated campus work location.
This is a Monday to Friday position from 7AM to 3:30PM.
Appointment Type, Duration:
Minimum $80,000 ANNUAL (12 months)
Depending on Qualifications
The minimum annual rate for this position is $80,000, but is negotiable based on experience and qualifications.
This position offers a comprehensive benefits package, including generous paid time off, competitively priced health/dental/vision/life insurance, tax-advantaged savings accounts, and participation in the nationally recognized Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS) pension fund. For a summary of benefits, please see below for more information: Academic: https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/download/fasl.pdf.
A criminal background check will be conducted on all finalists.
Please note that successful applicants are responsible for ensuring their eligibility to work in the United States (i.e. a citizen or national of the United States, a lawful permanent resident, a foreign national authorized to work in the United States without need of employer sponsorship) on or before the effective date of your appointment, and maintain eligibility without sponsorship throughout your appointment.
We are committed to reducing bias in the recruitment process and utilize a redacted application process, which is the practice of removing personally identifiable information from application materials, before the screening of applicants begins. This may include, but is not limited to, name, gender, age, education, address, dates (such as graduation dates), photos, references, links to personal webpages, supervisor names, and/or citizenship.
How to Apply:
To begin the application process, click the "apply now" button.
Please submit a resume and cover letter. In your application materials, detail your experience as it pertains to this position.
We also require contact information for three professional references.
Relay Access (WTRS): 7-1-1. See RELAY_SERVICE for further information.