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494095 Part-Time Events Manager - Daniels College of Business Denver, CO
The University of Denver is seeking a talented Manager, Events for a part-time benefited position in the Office of Communications, Marketing, Graduate Admissions and Events (OCMGAE) at the Daniels College of Business. This is a terrific opportunity to join a dynamic team that is responsible for brand development, internal and external communications, enrollment marketing, graduate program admissions, and major events for the College.
494091 Ritchie Wellness Center Business Operations Manager Denver, CO
This position provides an exceptional customer experience to all visitors of the Daniel L. Ritchie Center for Sports & Wellness through managing, monitoring, and improving the daily functions/interactions that customers will have. This includes parking, facility entry and access, transaction experience (in-person and online), facility quality, communication, safety, and servicing each customers needs. The position coordinates creating, managing, and improving our processes and measuring the efficiency of our systems and procedures. This includes managing daily deposits, membership collections, invoice payment, budget reconciliation, related reporting, and more. The position has direct oversight of the RecTrac operating system that includes the set-up, maintenance and period end processes to ensure that all accounts are reconciled correctly. This position ensures all financials are correct by managing daily deposits, membership collections, invoice payment, budget reconciliation and related reporting. Position will be required to work a varied schedule at times, including evenings and weekends
494092 Program Manager, Knoebel Institute for Healthy Aging Denver, CO
The Knoebel Institute for Healthy Aging has an exciting opportunity for a Program Manager to join the Paul Freeman Financial Security Program located at DU in Denver, CO. The Program Manager is responsible for managing strategy, and objectives, and assessing the program’s impact relevant to the goals outlined. The Program Manager will create and implement the program's short and long term goals and will oversee the program and offer strategic guidance to the program Director and team members. The Program Manager will arrange for the recruitment of research participants, network with and organize appointments at local agencies and institutions for future collaborative efforts, develop instrumentation, oversee the processes of data collection and analysis, and manage elements of participant compensation. The role will involve ongoing engagement with a range of internal and external stakeholders in relation to the ongoing projects and objectives. The position is contingent on grant funding.
494059 Assistant Vice Chancellor, Career & Professional Development Denver, CO
The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Career and Professional Development will deepen and expand our career development paradigm which draws together students, faculty, staff, employers, and alumni in order to ensure our students leave the DU campus prepared to be successful, agile and adept professionals. With the benefit of the new Burwell Center for Career Achievement, this leader will continue with the strong momentum and support from the entire campus community. This leader will oversee and advance efforts in student and alumni career development, employer connections, faculty partnerships and student employment all with a strong eye toward diversity, equity, and inclusion.
494088 Grants Administrator Denver, CO
The Grants Administrator will be primarily responsible for developing and assisting in writing grant proposals to foundations, governmental agencies, and other grant-awarding organizations. Duties will include assisting RSECS principal investigators (PIs) in submitting proposals including identifying opportunities, preparing budgets, serving as the primary interface with the University of Denver Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, interpreting program guidelines, communicating with sponsors, negotiating awards, tracking expenditures, invoicing, certifying effort, and generating financial reports. The Grants Administrator will also conduct prospect research and maintain a calendar of submissions and success rates for RSECS PIs.
494082 Assistant Coach, Nordic Skiing Denver, CO
The Assistant Coach assists the Head Coach in the administration of all aspects of the sport program including coaching, recruiting, contest scheduling, supervising sports personnel, budget management, student-athlete mentoring, and ensuring program compliance with NCAA, Conference, and University rules and regulations.
494086 Access Services Manager Denver, CO
Reporting to the Access Services Librarian, this position is responsible for the management of the daily workflow in the Access Services Department, and the hiring/training/supervising of five Unit Supervisors that oversee the following functions: Circulation, Interlibrary Loan/Lending, Reserves, Stacks Maintenance, and Night/Evening Services. As part of the essential duties of the job this position delegates work, assists with technology issues related to the department, and recommends policy changes; oversees customer service environment, ensuring coverage of the Service Desk, and addressing patron concerns. Responsible for fulfillment functions and patron database within the library management system (LMS). Schedules all Access Services Department staff for the Service Desk and produces training materials. This position will work a Sunday-Thursday schedule. Hours are flexible and may be adjusted with approval of the Access Services Librarian, but will generally follow a 10 am to 6 pm schedule.
494067 Assistant Director for Development, Athletics & Recreation Denver, CO
Under the direction of the Associate Athletics Director Development and Strategy, this position manages the operations of the Athletics & Recreation annual fund (the Pioneers Athletic Fund) and manages an annual giving portfolio, raising funds to advance the university's fundraising priorities. The Assistant Director manages day to day operations in the areas of stewardship, engagement, prospecting, processes and game day hospitality for alumni, friends, parents, corporations and season ticket holders.
493940 Painter III Denver, CO
This position performs skilled work in preparing surfaces for painting and wallpapering, applying paint and finishes to equipment, furniture, buildings, and other structures, and installing and repairing ceramic tile.  Performs work independently and may also supervise lower classification assigned personnel.  
493941 Maintenance Worker III Denver, CO
With general supervision from the foreman, this position performs repairs and maintenance at a semi-skilled level in multiple trade areas.
493942 Groundskeeper Denver, CO
Under immediate supervision, this position performs grounds maintenance and landscape gardening work on all property owned by the University of Denver.
493943 Building Services Specialist Denver, CO
Under the general direct supervision of the Conversion Manager and the general direction of the Operations Manager of Auxiliary Facilities this position will be responsible for the performance of skilled labor tasks associated with the successful production of events and conversions in assembly facility environment. 
494058 Academic Services Associate Denver, CO
The Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver is accepting applications for an Academic Services Associate. The Academic Services Associate will provide administrative and student support for faculty, staff, and students enrolled in the Department of Counseling Psychology (CP) in the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver. In addition to serving as the primary point of contact for program requests, this position will also be responsible for the collection, storage, and maintenance of important information including student files, program syllabi, and course schedules. In conjunction with other MCE Academic Services Associates, this position helps plan and coordinate various college-wide functions including orientation and graduation.
494077 Staff Researcher Denver, CO
The Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab (“Colorado Lab”), launched as a collaboration between the University of Denver and the Colorado Governor’s office, is a strategic research partner for government and the community. Our mission is to improve the lives of Colorado residents by partnering with state and local governments to strengthen coordinated and efficient person-centered services. The Colorado Lab’s approach is responsive to the needs of government partners, serving as a connector between government agencies and the research community and prioritizing work that would not happen but for the Colorado Lab. The projects the Colorado Lab engages in are cross system, person-centered, and aligned with the Governor’s priority social and health policy areas. The Colorado Lab also works closely with a network of affiliated researchers at universities throughout the state. Colorado Lab research staff are required to possess a solid understanding of applied research methods, strong written and oral communication skills for explaining technical topics to non-experts, and technical skills necessary to efficiently manage and analyze complex data. Staff members are expected to engage in a collaborative learning environment where employees are highly responsive to each other as well as to government and research partners. The Colorado Lab seeks to add two additional staff members at the Staff Researcher level to support research and evidence-building activities across a variety of issue areas. Examples of our projects may be found on our website.
494021 Alternate Format Music Producer Denver, CO
This position is responsible for converting printed sheet music to MusicXML files so that they are accessible to persons with vision loss.
494052 Program Manager, Office of International Education Denver, CO
The Office of International Education (OIE) is hiring 3 program managers. The successful candidate will be independent, self-motivated, and an exceptional multi-tasker. They should also be familiar with all aspects of education abroad management and advising and comfortable with multi-tasking and balancing multiple priorities and deadlines.
494053 Program Manager, Executive Education Denver, CO
The Executive Education department at Daniels College of Business seeks applications to fill two (2) openings for Program Managers. The Program Manager is responsible for managing all assigned programs and provide support for all programs offered through Executive Education. The role is critical to maintaining existing programs as well as effectively launching new program offerings. As a part of the program management team, the program manager will be responsible for the management and coordination of the logistics for all assigned Executive Education programs, including support of business development, marketing and recruiting efforts, collaboration with faculty on the design of the learning experiences, management of program revenues and expenses, management of the client/participant experience and program evaluation.
494036 Student Programs Manager Denver, CO
This position will be responsible for the daily management, promotion and operation of Ritchie Center Student Programs for the University community; including oversight of the following responsibilities including, without limitation; fundraising ($250,000+), program scheduling, marketing and program promotion, human resources, club sports program, alpine club, pioneer outdoor sports and adventure, intramurals/special events program, positive alliance coaching program, coach and staff education, certifications, assistance with summer camps, and related programs and operations. This position delivers an exceptional customer experience to all visitors of the Ritchie Center through managing the front line interactions that customers will have. These include parking, facility entry and access, transaction experience, facility quality, communication, safety, and servicing each customers needs. This position delivers programming that engages the University of Denver student population to assist with the recruitment and retention of students. Programming should focus on both traditional and non-traditional avenues and should focus on the health and education of students. Position will be required to work a varied schedule that will include evenings, nights, and week-ends.
494055 House Manager, Newman Center for the Performing Arts Denver, CO
The Newman Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Denver is seeking part-time House Managers to assist with the execution of events at the Newman Center.
494044 Operations Coordinator (Admissions and Student Services) Denver, CO
While supporting the daily work of the admissions and student services teams, the Operations Coordinator will supervise and assign tasks to the student employees and is responsible for organizing and ensuring efficient operation of the front desk/reception area.

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