University of Wisconsin–Madison

Postdoc, Postgrad, and Research Intern Vacancies

This listing does not include all postdoctoral or research intern vacancies at UW–Madison. These positions are not required to be posted here, but this website is offered as an aid to both departments and applicants.

Postdoc Positions

Postdoc appointments are held by individuals who are continuing training after receipt of the doctorate. There are two types of postdoc appointments at UW–Madison: Service appointments with the title Research Associate, and Non-Service appointments with the title Postdoctoral Fellow or Postdoctoral Trainee. The distinction between service and non-service appointments is outlined in the Non-Service Appointments policy.

Research Intern Positions

Research Intern is an employee who typically is continuing training after receipt of a bachelor’s or master’s degree, rather than a doctorate.

Postgraduate Trainee Positions

A Postgraduate Trainee is a graduate of an accredited medical school (or other appropriate health science professional school) who is in postgraduate training administered through one of the following schools: School of Medicine and Public Health, School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, or School of Veterinary Medicine.

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The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires the University to verify the identity and work authorization of the successful applicant. Any offer of employment is contingent upon verification. The University of Wisconsin is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.