We’re an independent division of Esker Inc. located in Madison, Wisconsin. We’re a small company that is building a web platform that’s revolutionizing the sometimes-stodgy world of business-to-business communications. Our platform is currently being used by over 350,000
businesses of all sizes. We are seeking a Software Developer to join our growing team in Madison Wisconsin team.
Join the Department of Workforce Development for the opportunity to help build the workforce to move Wisconsin forward!
The Division of Unemployment Insurance (UI) is seeking a Data Analyst to join a business-based data analytics team within the Technical Services Section. The section supports the data needs of the division and specializes in data analysis for the purposes of; fraud detection, process re-engineering, performance measures, data visualizations, forecasting, modeling, reporting and data analytics.
The Carthage College Computer Science Department invites applications for a tenure-track appointment beginning August 2017. We welcome applications from specialists in all areas of computer science including those with research or professional experience in interdisciplinary areas, including but not limited to data analytics, engineering, machine vision, machine learning, and robotics. Carthage faculty are committed to the liberal arts tradition and interdisciplinary work.
The purpose of this position is to collect, collate, analyze, disseminate, and evaluate crime data to discover developing trends, patterns, and changes in criminal activity, using mapping and other analytical software. The Crime Analyst works within the Office of Management Analysis and Planning of the Milwaukee Police Department.
Columbia Business School seeks to recruit a full-time Research Associate (RAs) to assist with faculty research in the following divisions: Accounting; Decision, Risk & Operations (DRO); Finance & Economics (F&E), Management, and Marketing.
The University of Wisconsin-Extension, division of Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning (CEOEL) is currently seeking a Software Development/Engineering Manager to manage a technical team developing applications and services that push the boundaries of technology to enhance the student experience. The Software Development/Engineering Manager will lead new cutting edge Salesforce development of a customized Student Information System. He/she will have an opportunity to exercise their dev skills and manage the overall software development life-cycle.
Embark on your career in a supportive environment where you and your peers will have the opportunity to learn about the industry, improve your business acumen, and become immersed in our great company culture. In this program, you will experience a combination of training and work assignments designed to lay the foundation for the development of technical proficiency while working on meaningful and exciting assignments. The program has a phased approach which includes foundational, team and individual components.
Enfusion is a leading provider of cloud-based portfolio management and risk systems. Our clients across the globe rely on our innovative real-time performance, risk calculations and accounting for some of the most sophisticated financial products. Enfusion is undergoing exceptional growth and currently serves some of the world’s largest and respected hedge funds with over 100 Billion Dollars of assets under management.
We have several job opportunities at Thomson Reuters in the twin cities for UW students – full-time professional positions for those who are graduating, as well as internship opportunities for those who are still attending school. If there are any students who are looking for this type of work, we would encourage them to apply online via the posting links at the bottom of the page, and also to get in touch with us to schedule an on-campus interview.
Software is the foundation of our high-volume e-commerce business, which is why we develop all of it ourselves. As a Software Engineer, you will work with modern, web-based technology to improve our catalog, manage orders and inventory, process data and images from suppliers, even translate product descriptions into other languages. You will design and develop new applications from scratch (not fiddle with settings on third-party packages or patch code from 1979).