Job no: 233258-USWork type: Staff-Full TimeDepartment: FP&M/PP SVCS/CUSTODIALLocation: MadisonCategories: Custodial A717022-FACILITIES PLNG AND MGMT/PP SVCS/CUSTODIAL Position Duties: List of Duties Cinthya [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. ) Institutional Statement on Diversity: This position performs a variety of custodial tasks required in theroutine cleaning and maintenance of university buildings.Moderately heavy physical effort is required for some tasks such asfloor scrubbing, emptying rubbish containers, moving furniture andequipment, etc. Occasional unscheduled overtime may be required forsnow removal and/or emergency cleanup. Work is performed under theguidance of a Custodial Services Supervisor.The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Physical Plant, is committedto the highest standards of customer relation’s principles for itscustomers, fellow staff members, students, and visitors. Staff willserve as role models by practicing exemplary behaviors when workingwith customers and fellow staff members. University Staff-Ongoing Minimum $15.00 HOURLYDepending on Qualifications Instructions to Applicants: 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/ Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience: Official Title: No Degree Required Custodial Department currently has plenty of opportunities for allshifts:- 1st Shift, Mon – Fri 4am – 12:30pm, Rotating Weekends- 2nd Shift, Mon- Fri 5pm- 1:30am or Mon-Fri 6pm- 2:30am- 3rd Shift, Sun- Thurs 10:30pm- 7am30 minute unpaid break each day Department(s): Appointment Type, Duration: Ongoing/Renewable Salary: Position Summary: The first week is mandatory training on 2nd shift for non-PhysicalPlant employees.This position may occasionally be asked to work hours in excess ofthe normal work shift.Some positions require the ability to communicate in English orallyor both orally and in writing.This position requires a conviction record check. Because of thenature of this position, applicants will be asked to furnish asigned written record of any conviction or pending criminalcharges.Facilities Planning & Management (FP&M) will requirePost-Offer Pre-Employment screenings on all selectedcandidates.Please Note: FP&M is unable to provide sponsorship for thisposition.In the event you are required to work in or around animalfacilities, you will be enrolled in the appropriate medicalsurveillance program. Minimum years not required Applications Open: Apr 16 2021 Central Daylight TimeApplications Close: 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 andInclusion Additional Information: CUSTODIAN(89161) You must complete the online application by clicking on “.”We can email application guides in multiple languages to assist youif language support is needed. Please [email protected] for more information. 233258-US Work Schedule: 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. Job duties and responsibilitieswill remain the same. For more information please visit: 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 . Job Number: Contact: Degree and Area of Specialization:
Ingrid Andress has released her playful video for new song Waste of Lime.With a nod to The Beach Boys, Waste of Lime was written by Ingrid with frequent collaborators Derrick Southerland and Sam Ellis, and Shane McAnally. The video was directed via FaceTime by Lauren Dunn (G-Eazy, Lauv, Megan Thee Stallion).Ingrid was the only solo female debut to crack the Top 20 on the Country Airplay chart in 2019 and she scored a Platinum-certified number one hit with More Hearts Than Mine. Her current single The Stranger is at Country radio and hoping to replicate the success of its predecessor.Ingrid is also the first female Country artist named to Apple Music’s Up Next program. She has appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Late Night with Seth Meyers and TODAY.Earlier this year she toured with Keith Urban on select dates and helped kick off Dan + Shay’s The (Arena) Tour in March.
Share Argonaut Weekly: December 7-13 Argonaut of the Week Amy Drake (Photo by Ron Besser) PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida women’s soccer team’s perfect season came to an end in the semifinal round of the NCAA Division II Championships held at the University of Tampa, as the Argonauts fell to Cal State Dominguez Hills in penalty kicks 4-1 after finishing double overtime in a 1-1 tie. Meanwhile, the UWF men’s and women’s basketball teams each split a pair of games over the weekend, as the men’s team was on the road at Valdosta State and the women hosted the UWF Argo Classic.ARGONAUT OF THE WEEKAmy DrakeWomen’s BasketballSenior GuardSenior guard Amy Drake (Niceville, Fla./Winthrop) continued her hot streak with two more strong games at the UWF Argo Classic at home over the weekend. Drake scored in double digits in both games, including a 24-point outburst on Saturday against visiting Columbus State. The sharpshooter was perfect from the free throw line over the weekend, shooting 16-16 and making 17 in a row dating back to the previous week. Drake leads the team this year with 17.4 points per game and is shooting .506 from the field, .515 from three-point territory, and .914 from the free throw line.For all of your hotel needs in the Pensacola area, visit www.highpointe.com. WOMEN’S SOCCER (22-0-1, 7-0 GSC)- 12/3 vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills (NCAA Semifinals): 1-1 T (CSUDH Advances 4-1 on penalty kicks)The University of West Florida women’s soccer team saw their season come to end after falling 4-1 in penalty kicks to Cal State Dominquez Hills in the NCAA Semifinals. The Argos would strike first early on in the match but would surrender the equalizer just before the end of the first half. The Argos would take the 1-1 tie through two sudden victory overtime periods and into penalty kicks, eventually falling 4-1 to the Toros. Cal State Dominguez Hills would eventually fall to Grand Valley State 1-0 in the national championship game.West Florida would get on the board first in the 35th minute on another Gordon to Duncan connection. With Shaneka Gordon streaking down the left sideline she found an open Shakira Duncan inside the six yard box for the game’s first goal, giving the Argos a 1-0 advantage. Of Gordon’s 21 assists this season 14 have come on goals by Duncan. CSUDH responded with a goal eight minutes later on a corner kick, and the score stay tied through 110 minutes to force penalty kicks.In penalty kicks the Toros converted their first attempt to put them ahead 1-0. On the first kick by the Argos, Dernelle Mascall’s shot went wide left to put the Argos in the hole 0-1. Another made penalty kick by the Toros’ Brooke Thompson and UWF’s Taylor Murphy put the count 2-1 in favor of the Toros. Third in the lineup for the Argos was Marcela Franco whose shot was blocked as she attempted to go to the bottom left corner making it 3-1 Toros. Melissa Livergood would seal the fate of the Toros as she netted the fourth and clinching penalty kick.WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (5-3, 0-0 GSC)- 12/4 vs. Eckerd: 69-62 W- 12/5 vs. Columbus State: 77-82 LWest Florida split a pair of games last weekend at the UWF Argo Classic held in Pensacola on Friday and Saturday. The Argonauts picked up a 69-62 win over Eckerd on Friday before falling to Columbus State 77-82 on Saturday.Dominique Boykins, Amy Drake, and Tiffany Williams combined for 44 of the Argonauts’ 69 points in Friday’s victory over Eckerd, and Boykins added 11 rebounds to pick up the double-double. Drake continued her hot shooting on Saturday against the Cougars, scoring 24 points and shooting a perfect 12-12 from the free throw line.UWF will host Gulf South Conference West Division foe Delta State this Sunday at 2:00 p.m. The Lady Statesmen (7-0) are ranked No. 3 in the latest WBCA national poll, and they return to the UWF Field House after the Argonauts picked up a 64-58 win on November 16 last season. UWF is 2-0 against GSC West Division teams so far this season.MEN’S BASKETBALL (3-4, 0-0 GSC)- 12/4 vs. Palm Beach Atlantic: 66-61 W- 12/5 vs. Saint Leo: 75-84 LWest Florida (3-4) went on the road last weekend to compete at The Loop Pizza Grill Classic hosted by Valdosta State, and UWF came out with a 1-1 record for the weekend. The Argos picked up a 66-61 win over Palm Beach Atlantic on Friday night before falling to Saint Leo 75-84 on Saturday.Point guard Maurice Thomas scored 15 with eight rebounds and eight assists in Friday’s win, while Jonathan Jackson (14) and Ervin Herron (12) also scored in double digits. Foul trouble was the difference in UWF’s loss to Saint Leo on Saturday, as three starters picked up five fouls against the Lions. Jackson was the top UWF scorer at 15 points, while Max Hoggard added 14.The Argos will welcome Delta State (4-2) to the UWF Field House this weekend for a non-conference game on Sunday at 4:00 p.m.MULTIMEDIAThe UWF Sports Information office is proud to offer a variety of ways to stay updated on Argonaut Athletics:- Live Video- Live Audio- Live Stats- eScores- E-mailing List- www.Facebook.com/GoArgos- www.Twitter.com/GoArgos- Photo Galleries- RSS Feeds- Podcasts2009-10 ARGONAUTS OF THE WEEK12/7Amy DrakeWomen’s Basketball11/30Dominique BoykinsWomen’s BasketballMaurice ThomasMen’s Basketball11/23Shameka GordonWomen’s SoccerJonathan JacksonMen’s BasketballTiffany WilliamsWomen’s Basketball11/16Courtney JonesWomen’s SoccerJamie NicholsVolleyball11/9Frank CopeMen’s SoccerLindsay HommeVolleyball11/2Shakira DuncanWomen’s SoccerPatricia GandolfoVolleyball10/26Kara GonzalezVolleyballEddie PaganMen’s Cross CountryJordan StoneWomen’s Soccer10/19Valissia BrathwaiteVolleyballRichard DixonMen’s Soccer10/12Donald DavisMen’s Cross CountryShakira DuncanWomen’s Soccer10/5Kevin DucrosMen’s TennisLeandro FerreiraMen’s TennisBailee HedstromWomen’s Cross Country9/28Patricia GandolfoVolleyballJenny LinesWomen’s GolfKaley MorrisWomen’s Soccer9/21Tyler BowmanMen’s Cross CountryJay MainvilleMen’s Soccer9/14Kimberly ClarkVolleyballDernelle MascallWomen’s Soccer9/7Shaneka GordonWomen’s SoccerMegan SteinocherWomen’s Cross Country8/31Paul WilloughbyMen’s SoccerTHIS WEEK’S UWF ATHLETICS SCHEDULESunday, December 13W. Basketball vs. Delta State 2:00M. Basketball vs. Delta State 4:00For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.Print Friendly Version
Tennis Britain’s Andy Murray has pulled out of next month’s Australian Open because of a pelvic injury. The three-time Grand Slam champion, 32, was aiming to play in his first Grand Slam singles event since Melbourne 12 months ago, when he announced that his career might be over because of injury. He will also not play for Great Britain in next month’s inaugural ATP Cup. “Unfortunately I’ve had a setback and as a precaution need to work through that before competing,” the Scot said. “I’ve worked so hard to get myself into a situation where I can play at the top level and I’m gutted I’m not going to be able to play.” Murray has not been in action since Britain’s opening tie at the Davis Cup finals last month because of the pelvic issue. The former world number one, who underwent hip surgery 11 months ago, did not travel to Miami for his scheduled December training block. Murray has been on court over the past week, but the injury has not cleared up as quickly as the world number 125 had hoped. Murray and his team – consisting of coach Jamie Delgado, fitness coach Matt Little and physio Shane Annun – decided he should not rush back for the start of the 2020 season next month. That has ruled out a remarkable return to the Australian Open in Melbourne where, little under a year ago, Murray broke down in tears during an emotional pre-tournament news conference and admitted he thought an ongoing hip injury would force him to quit. However, he had a “life-changing” operation to resurface his hip later that month – in which a metal cap is put over the femur head – allowing him to return to the doubles court last summer. Murray made a competitive comeback in the singles in August, going on to win the Antwerp Open title two months later in just his seventh tournament back. Since that victory over fellow three-time Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka, he has only played one more singles match – a laboured three-set victory over little-known Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor at the Davis Cup finals. “After the Australian Open earlier this year, when I wasn’t sure whether I’d be able to play again, I was excited about coming back to Australia and giving my best, and that makes this even more disappointing for me,” Murray said. Murray will not play a match until February at the earliest, with his first tournament now scheduled to be the Open Sud de France in Montpellier. Instead of going to Australia he will remain at home and continue hitting on court to build up his fitness. The Australian Open runs from 20 January to 3 February in Melbourne, while the ATP Cup begins on 3 January and takes place in three cities across Australia. Sydney, Brisbane and Perth will host matches, with teams from 24 countries competing. Murray played just one match at November’s Davis Cup finals because of the injury, and although he is now back on court, he has decided he is not in the right shape to travel to Australia. As a result, he won’t be joining the rest of the British team in Sydney for the inaugural ATP Cup, which begins on Friday. Frustrating it might be, given Murray won the European Open in Antwerp in October, but with his hip bearing up so well after surgery, pragmatism and patience are of the essence.
Strong, sculpted arms are on every woman’s wishlist. However, keep in mind that to tone your arms, you have to work out your whole body. A mix of cardio with resistance training is ideal. Cardio, thrice a week for 45 minutes is good, along with resistance training targeting all major muscle groups thrice a week. For arms specifically, try the following.Tricep dips: Sit on a bench about 18 inches high. Place both palms on the bench close to your hips with fingers pointing towards the knees. Lift your hips off the bench and lower them towards the floor as you flex your elbows. Exhale as you come up. Do 3 sets of 20 reps each.Tricep extensions: Sit or stand as you execute this exercise. Hold a dumbbell with both hands and keep elbows flexed behind your head. Elbows should be in line with the ears and arms close to the head. As you exhale, lift the weight towards the ceiling without locking your elbows. Do 3 sets of 20 reps.Also read: In awe of that fit bod? Sweat it out with a killer metabolic circuit training plan Suryanamskar with focus on the chaturanga: Chaturanga is the transitional posture from the downward dog to the upward dog position. As you move towards the upward dog posture, transition into a plank. Then bend both elbows to take the plank lower and just off the floor with elbows firmly by your side. Hold this posture for a few seconds. Keep core engaged as you lift the chest and head up while straightening the arms. Your body weight should be evenly spread through the palms and wrists. Suryanamskar is great for upper body and core strength, but shifting the focus onto the chaturanga works the triceps hard. Do 4 to begin with.advertisementDiet plays an important role: Focus on timely and adequate protein intake, reduce refined carbs and add a good helping of fresh fruits to your diet.