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493306 Contact Tracer Denver, CO
The University of Denver (DU) is assembling a team of part-time Contact Tracers to conduct all COVID-19 contact investigations and tracing for the faculty, staff and students at DU. The Contact Tracing team will handle contact investigations for the University, reaching out to faculty, staff and students who have newly diagnosed positives to ask a series of scripted questions and then perform the contact tracings on all those who may have been exposed to COVID-19.
493296 Teaching Assistant Professor, Sociology and Criminology Denver, CO
The Department of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Denver invites applications for a full-time Teaching Assistant Professor position, with a focus in criminology/socio-legal studies, in our teaching professorial track (non-tenure track), beginning September 1, 2021.
493297 Teaching and Learning Specialist, University College Denver, CO
The Teaching and Learning Specialist is a member of the University College Learning Experience Design Team. The Learning Experience Design Team plays a central role in advancing University Colleges mission to provide rigorous and engaging learning experiences by engaging in and providing strategic insight for faculty support and development, course optimization, and quality assurance in course delivery. The Teaching and Learning Specialist position provides support and training in the areas of teaching and learning strategies, educational technology, and student experience optimization primarily for new and existing faculty, and University College staff when appropriate.
493299 Research Assistant I/II, Butler Institute for Families Denver, CO
The Butler Institute for Families is seeking to fill one vacancy for a Research Assistant I or II (depending on experience) to support several of Butler’s grant-funded projects in behavioral health and early childhood initiatives within Butler’s Research-to-Practice framework. The Research Assistant I/II position will coordinate and support data collection, analysis, and reporting.
493305 I-REECCH Postdoctoral Research and Program Fellowship Denver, CO
The I-REECCH Postdoctoral Research and Program Fellowship is an opportunity to collaborate with leaders in the field to deliver and evaluate a five year federally funded Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education Grant. The Postdoctoral Fellow will work collaboratively with the project Principal Investigator, Co-Investigator, Program Evaluator, graduate assistants, advisory board members and rural site leaders. The Postdoctoral Fellow will coordinate all project activities, adhere to project timelines and expectations, and develop and implement research data collection, analysis, and reporting.
493301 HVAC Lead Controls Technician Denver, CO
To perform complex tasks in the installation, repair, adjustment and modification of electrical controls and electronic and pneumatic instrumentation for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems, boiler systems and energy management systems in a large physical plant and in individual buildings.
493300 Dean, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Denver, CO
The University of Denver (DU), a private institution dedicated to the public good, invites nominations and applications for the Dean, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
493281 Faculty Developer, High Impact Practices & Integrative Learning Denver, CO
The Faculty Developer of High Impact Practices and Integrative Learning reports to the Director of the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL), and works collaboratively with OTL staff members and university faculty to develop and lead face-to-face, online, and hybrid courses; create and facilitate the integration of High Impact Practices (HIPS) and integrative learning programs and initiatives; consult with faculty members and departments; and contribute to the national dialogue. This is a full-time staff position.
493283 Associate Professor/Professor and Department Chair, Higher Education - Morgridge College of Education Denver, CO
The University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education (MCE) invites applications for a senior colleague in the Higher Education Department to serve as Department Chair with the rank of Associate Professor or Professor. This is a tenure-line position. We seek a candidate with knowledge and understanding of higher education and its implications across the P-20 educational spectrum.
493284 Assistant Professor of the Practice and Director of the Bailey Program for Family Enterprise Denver, CO
The Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver (DU) invites applications for the position of Director of the Bailey Program for Family Enterprise (BPFE), starting on or before January 1, 2021. The Director will also hold the faculty position of an Assistant Professor of the Practice, and will assume a critical role in shaping the Program for long-term growth, competitiveness and impact.
493286 Assistant Vice Chancellor, Business, Operations and Division Resources - Student Affairs & Inclusive Excellence Denver, CO
Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs, the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Business, Operations and Division Resources is responsible for all financial activities in Student Affairs and Inclusive Excellence, including financial modeling, budget development, and financial controls. In addition, the assistant vice chancellor has broad oversight of division operations and resources, including assuring SAIE compliance with University policies and procedures, and liaising with Human Resources, Facilities, DU Information Technology, Food Service, and other DU offices and departments. This position has an independent (dotted) reporting lines to the Vice Provost for University Budget, Planning, and Administration and Senior Vice Chancellor for Financial and Business Affairs on matters related to budget development, planning, and management.
493288 Lead Server, University of Denver Golf Club at Highlands Ranch Highlands Ranch, CO
The Lead Server is responsible for leading and managing the front of house food operation in the absence of the Director. This position is responsible for food service, completing and filling customer orders properly and in a timely manner, and have full availability in either morning or evening shifts.
493279 Adjunct Faculty, Supply Chain Management Denver, CO
University College is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience in supply chain management who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in career-focused programs. The role of adjunct faculty in the Supply Chain Management program is to teach graduate students in our master’s degree concentrations.
493268 Senior Director, Strategic Positioning - Division of Marketing & Communications Denver, CO
The Senior Director, Strategic Positioning works to ensure that the highest strategic priorities of the University of Denver are articulated and leveraged in a cohesive fashion in support of the University's mission. Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications, the Senior Director, Strategic Positioning collaborates with administrative and academic leaders and communicators across campus to align, elevate and express the highest-value projects that will have the most impact on the University's identity and success, as determined by the senior leadership (e.g., equity and inclusion, accessibility, globally engaged research, academic excellence).
493278 Digital Accessibility Specialist Denver, CO
The Digital Accessibility Specialist will be a part-time non-benefited position and will report to Assistant Vice Chancellor, IT/Enterprise Application Services (IT/EAS). The Digital Accessibility Specialist is primarily responsible for assessing and improving the accessibility of software interfaces, websites, and online applications. The Digital Accessibility Specialist will be a critical member of the University’s digital accessibility working group that has been tasked with hiring an external consultant to conduct a complete accessibility audit; and develop policies, guidelines, and minimum accessibility standards for software applications and websites.
493274 Program Associate, Butler Institute for Families Denver, CO
The Program Associate position is responsible for capacity-building through product development that supports knowledge management and dissemination, including, but not limited to, primary support for the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) federal multi-year project and the Capacity Building Center for Tribes (CBCT) federal multi-year project. This position is responsible for constructing and implementing strategies to develop products, including writing and creating storyboards for audio/visual products, developing one-page information materials, developing online learning opportunities such as webinars, learning exchanges, and podcasts all designed as culturally-responsive products for American Indian/Alaska Native tribal child welfare program workforce development.
493258 Assistant Housing Protocol Coordinator Denver, CO
In close collaboration with campus partners including HRE, HCC, SOS, the COVID Health Planning Group, and others, the Assistant Housing Protocol Coordinator will serve as primary, central contact and coordinator for implementation of DU’s special housing and student support protocols during the COVID pandemic. While not responsible for directly providing all support, they will act as a primary connector of services for all students under DU isolation and quarantine protocols, connecting them to resources supporting their overall health and day-to-day activities.
493252 Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Marsico Institute for Early Learning Denver, CO
The Marsico Postdoctoral Research Fellowship is an opportunity to participate in multiple research projects involving applied scientific research in education, including research-and-development projects (i.e. mathematics assessment and discourse, the investigation of the validity of research-based learning trajectories and related professional development and coaching support, and the investigation of an interdisciplinary preschool curriculum) and analyses of data from large-scale investigations of the effectiveness of mathematics interventions using randomized trials and other methodologies. The Postdoctoral Research Fellow will collaborate with the Kennedy endowed chairs, Directors, and research staff of the Marsico Institute, participating in different phases of various projects, including study design, data collection, intervention implementation, data analysis, and publication of results. There will also be opportunities to conduct professional development, train in assessments, develop tools for teachers and other research teams, co-teach university courses and collaborate with other researchers and other postdoctoral fellows throughout the University of Denver. In addition, the Fellow will have the opportunity to attend national meetings and workshops individualized to extend their knowledge of research.
493255 Videographer, Division of Marketing & Communications Denver, CO
The University of Denver is looking for a full-time Videographer to shoot, edit and deliver high-quality video and motion graphics content in support of the University's strategic vision, mission and brand. As part of the Division of Marketing & Communications, the Videographer will play a critical role in visual storytelling and audience engagement for the University, its departments, centers and units. This position will be located in Denver and the individual will need to be able to work on campus when necessary.
493250 Director and Teaching Associate Professor, Center for World Languages and Cultures Denver, CO
The Center for World Languages and Cultures (CWLC) at the University of Denver (DU) is seeking a Director to start in December 2020 or January 2021. The Director holds an administrative and faculty position and provides strategic leadership and advocates for all facets of language teaching and learning at DU. As this program has just moved to the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and taken on the development and delivery of the University's first-year language program, the new Director will have important program-building opportunities. The Director is responsible for overseeing all CWLC operations and plays a key role in collaborating among disciplines to promote the study of languages and cultures, particularly in emphasizing the inextricable relationship between language and intercultural competence.

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