Exciting leadership opportunities
Help steer the ship of remarkable care
Leadership roles at UW Health ensure that excellence is ingrained in everything we do to provide remarkable care for patients who come from near and far every day. Managers, directors and senior leaders help guide and drive organizational change — not for its own sake, but to constantly improve the patient experience.
Our highly competitive salary and benefits package is known to be among the most generous in the region. Many departments also offer an array of internal and external career development opportunities, which may vary in size and scope, depending on department size and other factors.
UW Health serves more than 700,000 patients a year at seven hospitals and more than 80 clinic locations. No matter your field, UW Health is an ideal place to advance your career in positions such as:
- Clinic manager
- Nurse manager (inpatient)
- Pharmacy manager
- Rehabilitation manager
- Director — service line
Benefits at a glance
A benefits package that’s hard to beat
Your life is more than your work. Our full-time and part-time positions allow for scheduling flexibility that aligns with an optimal work/life balance.
UW Health is home to top performing hospitals in Wisconsin and Illinois, including University Hospital in Madison, which has been ranked Wisconsin’s No. 1 hospital for 10 straight years by U.S. News & World Report. Our American Family Children’s Hospital is a regional leader in pediatric special care, while in Rockford, our SwedishAmerican Hospital is a leading regional hospital known for high performance in many specialties including cardiology, cancer care and orthopedics.
Your Total Rewards, which combines salary and benefits, is a highly competitive package that few can match. Our health insurance and retirement programs are the envy of many, and our employee health and well-being options help you be at your best.
At UW Health, you’ll be part of a leading academic medical center uniquely suited to care for some of the region’s more complex patients. Our array of medical specialties spans everything from trauma to transplant. Research protocols give our patients access to the latest “bench-to-bedside” medical advances.
UW Health embraces diversity, equity and inclusion in the workforce as an essential way to provide the best care for our patients. We strive to fight racism in all places — not only because it is the right thing to do, but because it helps us better serve patients from all communities.