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Careers

Faculty Positions

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Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology

Pediatric Allergist (CHS/CT 293479)

Cardiology

Pediatric Cardiology Electrophysiologist (CHS/CT 293416)

Child Protection

Child Abuse Pediatrician (CHS/CT 286234)

Critical Care

Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Physician (CHS/CT 295353)

Developmental Pediatrics & Rehabilitation Medicine

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician/Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Physician (CHS 264312)

Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition

Pediatric Transplant Hepatologist (CHS 283639)

Pediatric Gastroenterologist (CHS/CT 289373)

General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine

Float Pediatrician (CHS/CT 298064)

Genetics & Metabolism

Clinical Geneticist (CHS/CT 262693)

Clinical Geneticist (CHS 263554/Tenure 263553)

Division Chief of Genetics and Metabolism: (CHS 294738 / Tenure 294739)

Hematology, Oncology & Bone Marrow Transplant

Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant & Cellular Therapy Physician (CHS/CT 294130)

Hospital Medicine & Complex Care

Pediatric Hospitalist (CHS/CT 295942)

Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine

Pediatric Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine Physician (CHS 286007)

Administrative and Research Staff Openings

Graphic Designer
The Department of Pediatrics communications team creates content for internal and external audiences about the people and programs that promote and enhance child health in Wisconsin and beyond. It’s seeking a creative and productive professional to perform design, photography, videography, and printing services. The graphic designer works collaboratively with communications colleagues and partners to develop professional, audience-informed visual design. Under the direction of the communications associate director, the graphic designer provides products for department faculty, staff, and programs; uses design to aid in storytelling and marketing of department events and programs; edits and prepares research figures, graphs, and charts for publications and presentations; and coordinates the department’s poster printing service and printing with a large-format printer. Apply by July 22nd.

Post-Award Research Financial Manager – Pediatrics
The Department of Pediatrics is seeking a Post Award Accountant Manager to join our friendly, supportive and dynamic team and provide post-award grants administration leadership and support to faculty, researchers and trainee investigators in the Department. This position will supervise 5-6 staff, and will provide leadership and support in managing the sponsored projects funding portfolios of Department of Pediatrics (DOP) investigators and staff. Responsibilities include working with principal investigators and research staff to budget, monitor expenditures, and reconcile financial data for sponsored programs, including processing and/or approving accounting transactions such as cost transfers, procurement, sub award management, and financial processing related to sponsored project management. This position will also have the opportunity to develop workflows and processes to streamline and improve support for DOP research, with a focus on providing exceptional customer service and compliance with university policies, procedures, and regulations. Apply by July 23rd.

Research Administrative Specialist – Pediatrics
The Department of Pediatrics is seeking a Research Administration Specialist to join our friendly, supportive and dynamic team and provide grants administration support to faculty, researchers and trainee investigators in the Department. This position serves as the primary point of contact managing the sponsored projects funding portfolios for a group of Department of Pediatrics (DOP) investigators and staff. Responsibilities include working with principal investigators and research staff to assist in the creation of budgets and nontechnical proposal documents; prepare, route, and submit funding proposals to sponsors; assist with preparation and submission of reports to sponsors; and serve as a resource on policies, procedures, and regulations. Apply by July 23rd.

Undergraduate Medical Education Program Coordinator

The Pediatric Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) Program Coordinator will contribute to the development and implementation of departmental medical student programming across the four year curriculum, as well as ongoing program evaluation, improvement, and expansion; partnering with key stakeholders including the Director of Pediatric UME; Course Directors; and Program Manager and Assistant. The UME Program Coordinator will: assist with the development and implementation of multi-source assessments; organize didactic sessions; partner with clinical divisions to create student clinical schedules; orient department and affiliate coordinators and teaching faculty to curriculum, policies and logistics; and serve as a primary contact for the program and as a resource to advise learners of policies and procedures. Apply by July 31st.

College Health Physician
University Health Services (UHS) is looking for a Primary Care Physician that will work collaboratively with the interdisciplinary treatment team to provide exceptional patient care. This individual will a bring a passion for providing medical services tailored to student’s needs and support and champion an integrated and holistic care model. Additionally, they will participate in quality improvement programming, advise on best practices and clinical standards, and may choose to participate in the education of medical students, residents, fellows, and allied health professional learners. Apply by August 10th.

Find a full listing of career opportunities at UW–Madison on the Jobs at UW webpage.

Search for Advanced Practice Provider (APP) careers on the UW Health Careers website.

Meet Our Recruitment Team

The Department of Pediatrics recruitment team is dedicated to recruiting new faculty and staff to support the department’s dedication to continued excellence and growth. Our recruitment team members strive to attract candidates who are compassionate, diverse, empathetic, accountable, innovative, respectful, and collaborative. Creating a positive pediatric candidate recruitment experience is important to our department, and we strive to create an equitable and inclusive process, every step of the way. On, Wisconsin!

Dolly TorresDolly Torres, Pediatric Recruitment Coordinator

Dolly has been with the Department of Pediatrics for 12 years. She enjoys getting to know candidates and providing resources on area schools, neighborhoods and surrounding communities, culture in Madison, and much more. Dolly is full of fun facts about American Family Children’s Hospital and the department in general. Dolly specializes in recruiting faculty, advanced practice providers (APPs), and staff.

Leigh Fredericks, Pediatric Faculty Recruiter

Leigh has been with the Department of Pediatrics since 2022 and has been a faculty recruiter since 2013. She enjoys interacting with candidates and sharing why the UW School of Medicine and Public Health is the best place to call home. Leigh specializes in recruiting faculty.