ICS is currently seeking applications for the following job openings:

Business Operations Student Employee

Instructional Communications Systems (ICS) is a division within the University of Wisconsin – Extension tasked with the delivery of Distance Education Technology and Services.  This includes technology delivered through events within the Pyle Center, as well as web and mobile technology used virtually for webcasts and for web/video/audio conferences.  Its customers include the entire UW System, all state of Wisconsin agencies, and Wisconsin based non-profit entities.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Database management:
a. Enter changes to mailing lists and bounce backs from email and US Postal Service campaigns.b. Enter basic customer order information into proprietary software systems.

Customer service:
a. Answer the WisLine Services phone to cover when full-time employees cannot.  Phones are currently unattended from 3:30-5:30pm.
b. Take messages accurately and forward to WisLine Services Team.

Marketing assistance:
a. Help with lead qualification and response fulfillment when there is an offer of some kind.
b. Assist with response tracking through website and Zoho emailing management software.

Other:
a. Assist with other tasks as needed/able.

HOURS/PAY:

This is a student position with flexible hours, up to 20 hours/week.
Pay: $9.50/hour

HOW TO APPLY:

Submit the following materials electronically to Amy Ziebell – amy.ziebell@ics.uwex.edu – by Friday, July 24th, 2015 or until position is filled:
a. Cover letter explaining why you are qualified for the position
b. Resume of educational and work history
c. Two reference’s contact information

Instructional Communications Systems is part of the University of Wisconsin – Extension and is located in The Pyle Center at 702 Langdon St. in Madison, WI.
Women, students of color, people with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.

Prior to appointment to this position, a criminal records review will be conducted.  UWEX complies with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act with regard to nondiscrimination on the basis of arrest and/or conviction record.