University of Wisconsin–Madison

Diversity Advertising and Job Board Integrations

The jobs website is automatically integrated with and/or scraped by external job boards. UW–Madison partners with several vendors to scrape the jobs website, however, there may be additional third-party sites that scrape. Third-party scraping sites change often and cannot be controlled or manipulated.

For those vendors we have partnerships with, jobs from the jobs website will scrape to appear as they do on the jobs website and update automatically if changes are made.

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Scraped Posting on

Current Partnerships

UW–Madison has integrations and/or scraping agreements with the following vendors:

  • LinkedIn
  • Indeed
  • HigherEd Jobs
  • Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC)
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education
  • Job Center of Wisconsin

Department of Labor Compliance

These vendor partnerships ensure compliance with the affirmative action requirements of the Department of Labor to recruit people of color, women, persons with disabilities, and covered veterans.  These expanded outreach efforts support compliance with Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, Executive Order 11246, and the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974. For additional questions on compliance with affirmative action requirements, contact the Office of Affirmative Action Planning and Programming at

Permanent Residency

The Department of Labor accepts electronic or web-based advertisements that are placed in national professional journals.  A print advertisement is not required so long as the following conditions are met:

  • The advertisement for the job opportunity for which certification is sought is posted for at least 30 calendar days in the journal online;
  • The documentation to show that the advertisement was in an electronic or web-based national professional journal must include evidence of the start and end dates of the advertisement; and
  • A full advertisement must be placed in the journal.  A full ad includes the title, duties and minimum education, training and experience requirements as stated in the position description.

The Chronicle of Higher Education qualifies as a national journal to meet this requirement. For questions on compliance with the Department of Labor regulations to file a permanent residency application for a full-time permanent teaching position, contact Jennie Taylor from International Faculty and Staff Services (IFSS) at

Diversity Advertising

Advertising with diverse sources supports the recruitment of top diverse talent and helps to ensure affirmative action compliance in all open positions at UW–Madison.

This intentional advertising also aligns with the goals of the campus Diversity Framework to improve campus diversity planning and improve institutional access through effective recruitment of diverse students, faculty, staff, and through effective relationship building with the wider community.

Advertising sources may include key national publications, as well as regional and local networks that serve audiences including people of color, women, people with disabilities, veterans, and the LGBTQ+ community.

We have compiled the following information to help you connect with diverse groups nationally and locally as well as highlight our vendor partnerships. If you have recommendations on community partners or organizations to add to the list, please contact

National Publications

All jobs listed on the jobs website are automatically posted to these national publications, free of charge to schools, colleges, and divisions, and are on the Recruitment Effort Plan (REP) tab in JEMS. These partnerships are intentional due to their focus on diversity and affirmative action compliance. As such, they are also top sources for applicants at UW–Madison.

  • LinkedIn
  • Indeed
  • Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC)
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education

Local Partners and Community Organizations

You may also want to consider the following local partners and community organizations as part of your outreach efforts:

  • United Way of Dane County
  • Urban League of Greater Madison
  • City of Madison
  • Madison Gas & Electric
  • Department of Civil Rights
  • Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • East Madison Community Center
  • Goodman Community Center
  • Literacy Network
  • Center for Resilient Cities
  • Operation Fresh Start
  • Freedom Inc.
  • Latino Professionals Association
  • Jewish Social Services
  • Nehemiah Community Development Corporation
  • Dane County Housing Authority
  • MATC
  • Lussier Community Education Center
  • Madison Public Library
  • Neway Directions Inc
  • OutReach LGBTQ+ Community Center
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • State of WI Employment Relations Office
  • Tech Connect
  • WI Community Action Program Association
  • Department of Workforce Development
  • Latino Support Network of Dane County
  • UNIDOS Wisconsin
  • Madison School Districts
  • Latino Academy of Workforce Development
  • Centro Hispano
  • WI Council on Children and Families

Additional Paid Advertisements Opportunities

If you wish to place additional, paid-for advertisements, the following print, radio, and media publications are recommended. These publications include local, national, international, higher-ed, and diversity-focused organizations:

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