Month: May 2021


first_img Training & Education Sailors from USS Oak Hill Visit Nursing Home in Maine View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Nursing View post tag: Maine View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: Hill June 22, 2011 Share this article Back to overview,Home naval-today Sailors from USS Oak Hill Visit Nursing Home in Maine View post tag: sailors View post tag: Oak View post tag: home Sailors from USS Oak Hill (LSD 51) took part in a community relations project by visiting the residents of Gregory Wind Nursing Home (GWNH) in Booth Bay Harbor, Maine, June. 20.Once the Sailors arrived, they were met with a reception from the residents.“It was so sweet that they came to see us,” said GWNH resident Margaret Drisko. “We talked about everything and shared our memories from the older days of the military. This was a treat.”While the Sailors were visiting, they sang the Navy’s “Anchors Aweigh” and played piano songs.“We wanted to make an impact on the residents here, and we thought that singing and playing the piano was a great way to do that,” said Information Systems Technician 1st Class (SW) Kim Johnson.“Giving back to community is something I always have to do wherever I go, regardless if its back at home or a port visit,” said Yeoman 2nd Class Mary-Katherine King. “This was a great project for us to do and I can’t wait to have many more like this to come.”Cmdr. David Bauer, commanding officer of Oak Hill, stated that interaction between service members and the civilian populace is a Sailors duty in order to promote the Navy’s professionalism.“My Sailors were quick to volunteer themselves to the community, so that is just a small taste of the pride they have when it comes to involving themselves for any opportunity to be involved in any community event,” said Bauer.[mappress]Source: navy, June 22, 2011; View post tag: Visit View post tag: USSlast_img read more


first_img USS Essex Arrives in Manila, Philippines Share this article View post tag: Navy December 1, 2011 Forward-deployed amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2) arrived in Manila, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 30 for a port visit.The port visit will allow Essex Sailors and embarked Marines from the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit the opportunity to enjoy some rest and relaxation and allow them to experience the Philippine culture.“The Sailors and Marines aboard Essex have worked hard during PHIBLEX (Amphibious Landing Exercise) and the 31st MEU’s certification exercise earlier in the fall,” said Capt. David Fluker, Essex commanding officer. “This visit to Manila is a good opportunity for us to continue to build relationships and for the crew to get some well deserved time off in port.”Essex departed its forward-deployed port of Sasebo, Japan Sept. 23 and has participated in a certification exercise with the 31st MEU and in PHIBLEX with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), which ran from Oct. 20-30. PHIBLEX is a bilateral training exercise designed to improve interoperability, increase readiness and continue to build professional and personal relationships with the Armed Forces of the Philippines. “It’s great that the Sailors and Marines of the Essex Amphibious Ready Group are getting to visit Manila and enjoy the strong ties that our two nations share,” said Capt. Bradley Lee, commodore, Amphibious Squadron 11. “Ship visits and subject matter expert training are only two of a number of ongoing activities that we want to share with our Philippine partners under the framework of U.S.-Philippine navy cooperation.”While in port, Essex Sailors and Marines will also have the opportunity to participate in tours offered by the ship’s morale, welfare and recreation division, which include local cultural and historic locations, exploring regional attractions, and sampling the local cuisine. “This is my first time pulling into Manila,” said Intelligence Specialist Seaman Destini Harris. “I’ve heard good things, so it will be nice to experience a different part of the Philippines. I am looking forward to checking out Manila’s historic side, and I’ve even signed up for an MWR tour.”Many Sailors will also be able to spend time with their families and friends who are residents of the Philippines.“I haven’t seen my family in four years,” said Culinary Specialist 1st Class (SW/AW) Minard Nicolas, enlisted galley supervisor and native of the Philippines. “I’m so excited that Essex came to Manila. It’s a privilege for me to see the country I was born in. If I wasn’t in the Navy, I don’t think I would see Manila often. It’s a free trip to see my family.”Essex is part of the Essex Amphibious Ready Group, which reports to Commander, Amphibious Force 7th Fleet, Rear Adm. J. Scott Jones, who is headquartered in Okinawa, Japan.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, December 01, 2011; Image: navy Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Essex Arrives in Manila, Philippines View post tag: Essex View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Naval Training & Education View post tag: USS View post tag: Manila View post tag: Arriveslast_img read more


first_img View post tag: navigation View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today Russia: GLONASS Northwest to Help Maintaining Safe Navigation February 1, 2012 780-th Navigational Hardware Repair Plant started to equip light-optical devices mounted on sea buoys, coastal beacons and lighthouses with special GLONASS-based modules. Mainly, this innovation is called to improve reliability of navigational aids and maintain safety of seafaring. The project will be implemented with technical support of GLONASS Northwest.JSC 780-th Navigational Hardware Repair Plant is subordinated to Russian Defense Ministry and engaged in development, production, and service maintenance of navigational facilities providing safe seafaring.“Serviceability of navigational aids guarantees positioning accuracy to vessels, and so, safety of their movements. Use of GLONASS technology opens new possibilities for remote control and continuous monitoring over status and location of sea buoys, coastal beacons, and marine electric lanterns”, says Denis Bukhov, development director of JSC 780-th Navigational Hardware Repair Plant.Remote control system for maritime navigational aids offered by GLONASS Northwest has no analogs in Russia. Its basis is a special module (transponder), a development of the company’s engineers. Transponder is mounted on a controlled object, receives GLONASS and GPS signals, and transmits obtained information via cellular networks to control point. Distinctive feature of the equipment is ultra-low energy consumption (about 1 milliampere in standby mode). The equipment has passed a number of serial tests; its quality and reliability conform to the GOST Governmental Standards.“Obtaining information from GLONASS modules, operator will see on his electronic chart the number of serviceable navigational aids and their precise coordinates on a real-time basis. For instance, if a beacon goes out of operation or a buoy deviates from assigned area, operator will warn vessels about the failure”, points out Artyom Matyash, director of GLONASS Northwest. “Thanks to satellite synchronization of navigational lights, it becomes possible to adjust them under “treadmill” principle. Lighting up sequentially in trail, lanterns will show the way to a vessel; this will provide easy positioning and additional safety of seafaring“, he said.In prospect, GLONASS-based navigational modules may be also used for acquisition of meteorological data (temperature, humidity, pressure etc) which will make possible to forecast and timely warn vessels about weather conditions in certain water area.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , February 01, 2012; Image: GLONASS View post tag: Northwest Russia: GLONASS Northwest to Help Maintaining Safe Navigation Equipment & technology View post tag: GLONASS View post tag: Maintaining View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navy View post tag: Safe View post tag: Help Share this articlelast_img read more


first_img August 3, 2012 HMAS Darwin Exercises Complex Ship, Air Launched Torpedo Delivery HMAS Darwin has successfully exercised complex ship and air launched torpedo delivery during the multinational maritime exercise RIMPAC 2012.Firing one MK46 torpedo from Darwin and two Mk46 torpedos from embarked S-70B-2 Seahawk “Valkyrie”, Darwin demonstrated a combined ability to detect and counter a simulated submarine contact.The seven-metre, 2700 pound MK-30 Mod 1 target, is a fully programmable underwater vehicle which simulates characteristics of a modern submarine.Two serials also involved a Canadian CH-124 Sea King from Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Algonquin, as well as air support from the United States and Japan.Leading Seaman Combat Systems Operator Nicholas Miller who launched Darwin’s torpedo, said it was a career highlight.“I was on HMAS Newcastle during RIMPAC 2010 when they successfully launched a torpedo and thought that it would be the only time I would be involved,” LS Miller said.“Returning again and being actually able to fire the torpedo, for me was a privilege. I was both excited and relieved that it was a success – all the training and hard work for the team involved in the process paid off.”Tactical Coordinator for Valkyrie Sub Lieutenant Tim Craig, also conducted a career first when he released the Mk46 torpedo from the helicopter.“Conducting a simulated ASW (anti-submarine warfare) battle was a great experience to practise our core business,” Sub Lieutenant Craig said.“Because we are an ASW squadron, RIMPAC provided us with a chance to practise our proficiencies in weapon delivery, in a layered attack with contribution from multiple partners. It was an awesome experience.”Commanding Officer of HMAS Darwin, Commander Brian Schlegel, who also commanded and coordinated the anti-submarine warfare (ASW) serial for two ships and five aircraft, said it highlighted the professionalism and capability of Darwin’s personnel to work effectively with our partners.“This was a significant achievement for the crew of HMAS Darwin, we achieved our objective of three torpedo engagements with successful results,” Commander Schlegel said.“The serials highlighted great teamwork – our people ensured the safe undertaking of weapons delivery, effective communication, coordination of procedures for both the helicopter and the ship launches, all while working with our coalition partners Canada, Japan and the United States.”[mappress]Naval Today Staff, August 3, 2012; Image: Australian Navy Share this article View post tag: HMAS View post tag: air View post tag: Naval View post tag: Exercises Back to overview,Home naval-today HMAS Darwin Exercises Complex Ship, Air Launched Torpedo Delivery View post tag: Complexcenter_img Training & Education View post tag: launched View post tag: DELIVERY View post tag: Navy View post tag: Darwin View post tag: ship View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Torpedolast_img read more


first_img Training & Education November 27, 2013 Back to overview,Home naval-today Sri Lanka: ‘Galle Dialogue 2013’ Concludes The international maritime conference, “Galle Dialogue 2013”, organized by the Sri Lanka Navy under the aegis of the Ministry of Defence, concluded on 26th November 2013 pledging support for collaboration and cooperation for the collective prosperity.Eighty-six foreign delegates from 35 countries and 90 local counterparts participated in the two-day dialogue, which provided a unique opportunity to discuss a wide spectrum of perspectives, opinions and views, which are as sprawling as the ocean.The following papers were presented at the conference:– “Emerging Maritime Interests in Asia Pacific: An Indian Perspective” by Admiral DK Joshi, the Chief of Naval Staff of the Indian Navy– “Importance of Building Trust and Confidence to enhance Regional Maritime Security” by Rear Admiral Guan Jianguo, the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy– “Potential Factors that could destabilize Freedom of the Seas” by Rear Admiral Kaleem Shaukat, the Deputy Chief of Naval Staff (Operations) of the Pakistan Navy– “How Cooperation could mitigate People Smuggling Activities in the Indian Ocean” by Rear Admiral Timothy Barrett, the Commander Australian Fleet of the Royal Australian Navy– “Economic and Strategic Realities in the Indian Ocean” by Ms. Nilanthi Samaranayake, Analyst, Center for Naval Analyses, Center for Strategic Studies, USA– “The Iranian Perspective on Regional Maritime Security” by Captain Neghi por Nazary, Iran Navy– “Onboard Security: The Threat, Best Practices and Trends in the Industry” by Major Nissanka Senadhipathi, the Chairman, Avant Garde Maritime Services (Pvt) Ltd.– “Marine Environment Protection Concerns and Remedies” by Brigadier General Ahmed Shahid, the Commandant of the Maldives National Defence Force Coast Guard– “The Indian Ocean- Future Threats & Concerns” by Rear Admiral SS Ranasinghe the Commander Western Naval Area of the Sri Lanka Navy.There was also a colourful cultural programme depicting the rich cultural heritage of Sri Lanka as well as a guest performance presented by Vietnamese artistes and a folk dance by Russian dancers on the first day evening. The audience was delighted by the creative “Pooja” dance presented by the Channa-Upulee dance troupe and the fusion of traditional and masks dances which were complemented by a heart rendering cello solo and an enthralling drum fusion that held the spectators spell-bound.The two-day dialogue came into conclusion with a panel discussion on “Emerging Maritime Trends and their Impact on Nations” presided over by four eminent panelists, Admiral (Retd.) Sureesh Mehta (India), Vice Admiral Jayanath Colombage (Sri Lanka), Professor Rohan Gunaratne (Sri Lanka) and Dr. Sam Bateman (Australia).Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy, Vice Admiral Jayanath Colombage making the concluding remarks stated that the intellectual, academic and operational discussions that took place during the Galle Dialogue 2013 emphasized the need for collaboration and cooperation for the common good. The theme this year, he went on to add, aptly demonstrated that the dialogue should not confine itself to maritime security matters alone but to broader issues concerning the maritime domain as well. Sri Lanka had played host even in the past when the traders of yore used the two monsoons to travel across the Indian Ocean. As such, Galle Dialogue held in the southern port city is a meeting of minds, he noted.Proposing the vote of thanks, the Commander of the Navy paid glowing tribute to Secretary of Defence & Urban Development, Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa, on whom the total success of the Galle Dialogue depends, being the architect and visionary of the whole initiative, providing the guidance, the strength as well as invaluable inputs at various stages of its implementation. He thanked Minister of External Affairs Hon. Prof GL Peiris, the Secretary to His Excellency the President, the Governor and the Chief Minister of the Southern Province, Ambassadors, High Commissioners, members of the diplomatic community and Defence Attachés for their contribution to the event a great success. He also thanked the participants across the oceans and the invitees both local and foreign for their gracious presence and valuable contributions. He also expressed his gratitude to the moderators for a job well done and the presenters for their highly academic and thought provoking papers. He conveyed his heart-felt gratitude to the Steering Committee led by Chief of Staff of the Sri Lanka Navy, Rear Admiral Jayantha Perera for the tireless work and to the Commander Southern Naval Area for his and his staff’s untiring efforts that saw the successful completion of the two-day mega event. The Navy Commander also conveyed a big word of thanks to the main sponsor, the Avant Garde Maritime Services, for their generosity.[mappress]Press Release, November 27, 2013; Image: Sri Lanka Navycenter_img Sri Lanka: ‘Galle Dialogue 2013’ Concludes Share this articlelast_img read more


first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today Japanese warships on first visit to Vietnam Two ships of the Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force, JS Ariake and JS Setogiri, made their first port call at Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam.The visit marked the first time since World War II that Japanese warships visited Vietnam.Cam Ranh Bay area is close to Xisha and Nansha Islands which are claimed by China and part of the South China Sea dispute between China on one side and its neighboring countries on the other.Asked about a comment on the arrival of Japanese warships to Vietnam, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said: “It is beyond reproach for any two countries to carry out normal cooperation. However, if such cooperation targets a third party especially China or undermines regional peace and stability, China will definitely state its position.”The visit comes after a G7 meeting held in Hiroshima, Japan during which the leaders of seven nations adopted a declaration on maritime issues which called for restraint in the South China Sea dispute.The Chinese government said that while it supports freedom of navigation it would also uphold its territorial sovereignty.Commenting on the resolution, Kang said: “Given the sluggish global economic recovery at the moment, G7 should have focused on global economic governance and cooperation instead of hyping up maritime issues and fueling tensions in the region.”“China is strongly dissatisfied with relevant moves taken by G7. We urge G7 members to abide by their promise of not taking sides on territorial disputes, respect the efforts by regional countries, stop all irresponsible words and actions, and make constructive contribution to regional peace and stability.”[mappress mapid=”17782″] Authorities April 13, 2016 Share this article Japanese warships on first visit to Vietnam View post tag: JS Setogiri View post tag: JS Asagiri View post tag: JMSDFlast_img read more


first_img December 23, 2016 View post tag: ROK Navy US, ROK Navy start junior officer exchange program Authorities View post tag: Combined Edge Back to overview,Home naval-today US, ROK Navy start junior officer exchange program View post tag: US Navy A junior U.S. Navy officer embarked on a Republic of Korea (ROK) Navy ship as part of the newly created Combined Edge junior officer exchange program, December 21-23.Combined Edge was formed to improve combined warfighting integration between the U.S. and ROK navies by allowing U.S. Navy officers to train with ROK sailors on a ROK ship at sea.“I was very excited to be the first officer to take advantage of this opportunity,” said Lt. j.g. David Dinkins, the navigator for the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG 52). “I am honored to have the chance to work alongside my counterparts on their ship; it was an awesome and eye-opening experience.”Prior to embarking on the ROK ship Bucheon (PCC 773), a Pohang-class corvette, Dinkins received guided tours at the West Sea Protection Hall and Cheonan Memorial and witnessed first-hand the defensive capabilities available to the ROK Navy and Marine Corps at the North West Island of YP-do.“Creating better interoperability starts from the bottom up,” said ROK Navy Lt. Cmdr. Kim, Sangkuk, Bucheon’s executive officer. “This program allows both U.S. and ROK sailors to get a better understanding of each other, learn how we both work at sea, and strengthen our relationship.”While on board Bucheon, Dinkins had the opportunity to observe watch procedures, learn about Bucheon’s mission capabilities, and he worked side-by-side with his navigation counterparts on the bridge.“I would recommend the experience to anyone willing to learn and improve,” said Dinkins. “The ability to see and experience the ROK perspective is critical, and this has been an experience I will not soon forget.” Share this articlelast_img read more


first_imgUS-based boat builder Metal Shark has teamed up with autonomous vessel technology developer ASV Global to offer an entire range of autonomous vessels. The autonomous technology – named “Sharktech” – is offered on Metal Shark’s entire portfolio of vessels, which range from 16’ to over 300’ in aluminum, steel, and composite.Sharktech autonomous vessels may be custom configured for military, law enforcement, fire rescue, and commercial markets, the company says.“The industry has watched and waited as autonomous technology has matured from its fledgling stages, and today we’re offering ASV Global’s fully proven autonomous capability on our entire model lineup,” said Metal Shark CEO Chris Allard. “We are demystifying and streamlining the process of autonomous technology integration by bringing this capability to market in turnkey form straight from the OEM. Check the box and get the option, on our full range of globally proven designs.”In addition to waypoint navigation and the execution of pre-programmed mission routes, Sharktech’s ASView onboard digital control system features dynamic collision avoidance with a decision-making capability. Depending on configuration, the system considers data from multiple situational awareness inputs, including multiple radars, 360-degree daylight and thermal cameras, and AIS to safely identify and steer clear of stationary and moving obstacles.“The ASView control system offers multiple modes including unmanned operations, reduced manned operations, or conventional manned operations. In addition, ASV Global can assist with mission payload and sensor integration, control, and remote supervision,” Thomas Chance, CEO of ASV Global, said.Sharktech’s ASView system allows for autonomous or remote operation of navigation and safety lighting, hailers and sirens, pumps, and other components. The system also supports the integration and autonomous or remote operation of a range of specialized equipment, including fire pumps, monitors, and other fire-fighting equipment; hydrographic survey equipment; equipment for acoustic, oceanographic, or meteorological monitoring; and the full spectrum of FLIRs and other specialty cameras.The vessel’s operations may be monitored from a mother ship via radio link, or from shore via satellite link. In the instance of lost primary and backup communications, the vessel will assume pre-programmed behavior, such as station-keeping. Other safety features include geo-fence tools, emergency-stop buttons, and the ability to switch from autonomous to manual control at any time. Photo: A SHARKTECH-equipped 38 Defiant autonomous vessel testing near Metal Shark’s Jeanerette, Louisiana headquarters. Photo: Metal Shark/Business Wire View post tag: Metal Shark View post tag: ASV Globalcenter_img View post tag: Sharktech Share this articlelast_img read more


first_img View post tag: MARCOM September 26, 2018 NATO’s operation Sea Guardian Special Operations Command Control Element (SOCCE) achieved full operational capability last week, NATO’s Maritime Command has announced.On September 20, under Maritime Command (MARCOM) guidance and SOCCE control, an opposed live boarding exercise commenced with the participation of Turkish Navy special operations forces, OSG assigned Turkish frigate Gemlik and the Turkish oiler Akar simulating a suspicious vessel suspected to be involved in illegal activities related to terrorism.In this exercise, a special operation forces (SOF) team infiltrated and took over control of the suspicious vessel, inspected documentation, searched the cargo and localized and secured two (simulated) known active terrorists on board. The exercise tested the newly established SOCCE command control functions in full, according to MARCOM.SOCCE offered by Turkish Navy, consist of multinational staff and has the mission to conduct maritime special operations in the Mediterranean Sea in support of HQ MARCOM within the mandate of OSG. While conducting special operations, SOCCE has the capacity to take command of assigned special forces. Furthermore, SOCCE will provide MARCOM with the awareness of relevant SOF engagements with partner nations enabling it to tailor the engagements with these partners. Back to overview,Home naval-today Sea Guardian special ops unit achieves full operational capability Authorities Sea Guardian special ops unit achieves full operational capabilitycenter_img View post tag: NATO View post tag: Op Sea Guardian View post tag: SOCCE Share this articlelast_img read more


first_imgFaculty Position Summary: Job Number: Applications Open: Nov 22 2019 Central Standard TimeApplications Close: Appointment Type, Duration: Degree and Area of Specialization: The University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC) and theDivision of Hematology, Medical Oncology and Palliative Medicine,Department of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin is seekingapplicants for an assistant, or associate professor, to join ourHematology and Bone Marrow Transplant clinical and translationalresearch programs.The UW Bone Marrow Adult Transplant Program performs more than 200transplants annually, including both allogeneic and autologoustransplants. In 2018, our program began CAR-T therapy for our adultpatient population. Our program is a growing multidisciplinary teamof transplant professionals, working together toward the goal ofproviding the best possible care for our patients. The candidatewill contribute to our strategic framework in support of our BMTprogram, provide direct patient care, academic teaching, andconduct clinical research at the UW Carbone Cancer Center.The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profoundcommitment to diversity both as an end in itself but, also as avaluable means for eliminating health disparities. As such, westrongly encourage applications from candidates who foster andpromote the values of diversity and inclusion. We are committed todiversity in all areas, including scholarship, instruction, andengagement at all levels. Candidates should address at least one ofthese areas in their cover letter and indicate their experience,current interest or activities and future goals to promote aclimate that values diversity and inclusion. To begin the application process please click on the ” button. Youwill be asked to create a profile and upload a resume and statementof interest. You will also be asked to provide contact informationfor three (3) references as part of your online application.The deadline for assuring full consideration is January 31, 2020,however, positions will remain open and applications may beconsidered until the position is filled. MD, DO or MD/PhD; Must be Board prepared or eligible in Hematology,or Hematology and Medical Oncology. Instructions to Applicants: Our physicians, nurse practitioners and health care specialistsprovide exceptional patient-centered care with access to all UWCCCclinical trials, multi-disciplinary oncology programs includingmedical oncology, surgical oncology, radiation oncology, precisionmedicine, medical imaging, cancer immunology & immunotherapyand early drug development. Clinical research is conducted in theUWCCC by 16 multi-disciplinary Disease Oriented Teams and issupported by the UWCCC Clinical Research Central Office on the maincampus. Over 70 UWCCC investigators regularly enroll patients totherapeutic intervention trials at our UWCCC clinical sites. We area member of the NCCN, Big10 Cancer Research Consortium, WisconsinOncology Network (WON) and Wisconsin Association of Hematology andOncology (WAHO).Duties include approximately 30% direct patient care at UW Health?smain campus, including ambulatory, inpatient and/or consult serviceattending;Proactively supporting efforts to improve diversity in clinicaltrial participants;70% protected time to develop a research or education program andto engage in related scholarly activity or administrativerole.Additional leadership positions representing the division and/orUWCCC on state, regional or national committees may be available toappropriate candidates.Tenure candidates would receive a competitive startup package tosupport their research lab, staff and program.The Division of Hematology, Medical Oncology & PalliativeMedicine is part of the Department of Medicine and theNCI-designated UW Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center. The Divisionis active in all phases of cancer therapy development andevaluation. Faculty and staff of the Department of Medicine valueprofessionalism, patient-centeredness, compassion, respect,innovation, discovery, inclusion, diversity, teamwork, scholarshipand stewardship.The successful candidate will join a world-class institution thatencourages, values and supports interdisciplinary basic, clinic andpopulation health research, and attracts scholars and students fromaround the world. Madison is the state’s capitol city with apopulation of over 252,000, and offers an ideal combination ofnatural beauty, stimulating cultural events, outstanding schoolsand outdoor recreation. License or Certificate: JULY 01, 2020 Official Title: Additional Information: Total compensation targets AAMC benchmarks by rank.This vacancy is being announced simultaneously with PositionVacancy #201102; please note that only one vacancy exists. Havingtwo position vacancy listings allows the School of Medicine andPublic Health to consider candidates with both tenure-track facultycredentials and non-tenure-track faculty credentials for thisposition. A534260-MEDICAL SCHOOL/MEDICINE/HEM-ONC Institutional Statement on Diversity: Full or Part Time: 80% – 100% NegotiableANNUAL (12 months)center_img Anticipated Begin Date: Contact: Ruth O’Regan, [email protected] Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS:800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for furtherinformation. ) Salary: Employment Class: The University of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity andAffirmative Action Employer. We promote excellence throughdiversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.If you need to request an accommodation because of a disability,you can find information about how to make a request at thefollowing website: https://employeedisabilities.wisc.edu/disability-accommodation-information-for-applicants/ Work Type: 201103-FA Clinical and research publications in hematological malignancy orbone marrow transplantation (BMT).Completion of an accredited fellowship training program inhematology and/or medical oncology with clinical experience.Candidates for associate professor rank must meet criteria forappointment at rank per UW School of Medicine and Public Healthguidelines. Ongoing/Renewable The University of Wisconsin-Madison is engaged in a Title and TotalCompensation (TTC) project to redesign job titles and compensationstructures. As a result of the TTC project, official job titles oncurrent job postings may change in Spring 2020. Job duties andresponsibilities will remain the same. For more information pleasevisit: https://hr.wisc.edu/title-and-total-compensation-study/.Employment will require a criminal background check. It will alsorequire you and your references to answer questions regardingsexual violence and sexual harassment.The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identitiesof applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except thatthe identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis.Stat. sec. 19.36(7).The Annual Security and FireSafety Report contains current campus safety and disciplinarypolicies, crime statistics for the previous 3 calendar years, andon-campus student housing fire safety policies and fire statisticsfor the previous 3 calendar years. UW-Madison will provide a papercopy upon request; please contact the University of Wisconsin PoliceDepartment . Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience: Job no: 201103-FAWork type: Faculty Full or Part Time, Faculty-Full Time,Faculty-Part TimeDepartment: SMPH/MEDICINE/HEM-ONCLocation: MadisonCategories: Health Care, Medical, Social Services, Research,Scientific Principal Duties: Eligible for Wisconsin medical license ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR(C30NN) or ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(C40NN) Department(s): Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation forUW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respectthe profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience,status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. Wecommit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching,research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linkedgoals.The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission bycreating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from everybackground – people who as students, faculty, and staff serveWisconsin and the world.For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, pleasevisit: Diversity andInclusionlast_img read more