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494319 Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering Denver, CO
The individual will be responsible for teaching introductory, higher level undergraduate, and possibly graduate level electrical and computer engineering courses. Duties include teaching six courses in quarter-based system per year, advising students, and participating in department and university service. This position does not require research.  The successful applicant will have a passion for teaching and a demonstrated ability to effectively teach undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering courses.
494431 Clinical Faculty, International Disaster Psychology: Trauma and Global Mental Health Program Denver, CO
The University of Denver (DU) is a top-ranked university in a thriving city at the base of the Rocky Mountains. The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at DU has a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program and four specialized master’s programs: Sport Coaching, Sport and Performance Psychology, Forensic Psychology, and International Disaster Psychology, as well as online certificates and continuing education. As a professional school, GSPP promotes and utilizes high-level pedagogy that integrates applied practice, theory, research, and scholarship. Our strategic plan Innovation and Impact: Psychology for a Complex World outlines how we are building on our academic strengths in order to expand our community reach.
494243 University Academic Programs - Interterm Faculty Denver, CO
The University is proud of the intellectually rigorous curriculum we offer students across all terms, including Interterm. In addition to the smaller class sizes, students are attracted to the international and domestic travel course options offered during Interterm sessions. During Interterm, we encourage faculty to teach courses that are tailored to smaller class sizes, that include strong project-based work, active learning environments, experiential learning, and community engagement. Instructors may offer on campus, online, or travel courses during Interterm.
494463 LLC Program and Recruitment Coordinator Denver, CO
This position serves to provide administrative support, program development and coordination, curriculum support to the undergraduate Living and Learning Community (LLC) programs in general and specifically with two assigned LLCs each year. Additionally, this position will coordinate the LLC recruitment process for filling the programs with incoming students each year. The position reports in a matrixed relationship primarily to the Program Manager of LCCE and secondarily to two faculty members.
494464 Assistant Director of Development & Individual Giving, Newman Center for the Performing Arts Denver, CO
The Assistant Director of Development and Individual Giving reports directly to the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Development as part of the Development team in Advancement. This position is focused on increasing the number of individual donors and overall individual giving to NCPA. This position will be responsible for solicitation and cultivation of gifts from individuals, focusing primarily on gifts under $5,000. The incumbent will serve in a highly outbound capacity carrying between 150-175 qualification and solicitation meetings per year. Upon qualifying prospects, the incumbent will solicit for a gift, recommend the relationship be fostered through alumni engagement, connect the individual with the career center, and/or involve other development officers to develop a strategy for soliciting a larger gift.
494469 Director of Health Promotion Denver, CO
The Director of Health Promotion provides oversight, leadership, and direction for the development and implementation of evidence-based programming and initiatives designed to support student wellbeing and success. The Director is responsible for conducting appropriate needs assessments and working to create and coordinate empirically-driven campus-wide programs, initiatives, and services to address those needs. In particular, the Director provides leadership for DU’s compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act and facilitates coordinated sexual assault and relationship violence prevention efforts with campus entities responsible for compliance with Title IX, the Clery Act, and the Violence Against Women Act. This position takes leadership in University wide prevention efforts across all public health domains including but not limited to: AOD, Suicide prevention, sexual health, and gender violence prevention. The Director develops strategic plans, implements initiatives, and evaluates the effectiveness of those efforts. They develop campus collaborations to achieve programmatic goals. The Director supervises Health Promotion staff, graduate fellows, and student employees. They also oversees the DU peer health education internship programs, recruits and trains students, and evaluates the impact of the programs. They write grants and manage endowments related to this office. He or she serves on the leadership team of the Health and Counseling Center and collaborates with other HCC departments and programs to provide coordinated health promotion initiatives on campus. This position takes a leadership role in the ACHA / NCHA DU survey. The Director displays a commitment to Inclusive Excellence and incorporates multicultural competence into program planning and development. The director will play a key role in locating health promotion in the University’s signature 4-D student program.
494465 Adjunct Faculty, Applied Micro Economics & Pricing Denver, CO
The Transportation and Supply Chain Institute at the University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive transportation and supply chain industry experience to teach TRAN 4430 Applied Micro Economics & Pricing. TRAN 4430 will involve fieldwork and U.S. site visits observing and discussing the physical elements underlying the long- term and marginal economics of the firm and its pricing strategies and policies. In addition, the course will discuss basic microeconomic concepts used in the analysis of business services, including the concepts of market size; marginal, average, short-run, and long-run costs; and production levels as they relate to revenue and contribution with a focus on pricing for the firm relative to its fixed and variable costs, market share framework, and competitive issues both within the mode and between modes.
494466 Adjunct Faculty, Global Trade & Economics Denver, CO
The Transportation and Supply Chain Institute at the University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive transportation and supply chain industry experience to teach TRAN 4490 Global Trade & Economics. TRAN 4490 will examine the World Trade through the lens of Trade Organizations and trade agreements, such as NAFTA, EU, and ASEAN, with regard to their impact on global transportation, trade and, overall, how those impacts manifest and relate to global macroeconomics. Additional focus is discussed in terms of how trade disputes are settled. Likewise, the course will address how global economics is measured and the primary inputs to the key performance indicators. Lastly, comparing and contrasting North America, China/Asia, the European Union and selected emerging economies to project forward global trade, shifting trade patterns, outsourcing, and changing production/source locations.
494437 Professor and Chair, Department of Business Information & Analytics Denver, CO
The Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver invites nominations for and expressions of interest in the position of Chair of the Department of Business Information and Analytics. Academics holding a doctoral degree who are appropriate for an appointment with tenure as either associate or full professor will be considered.
494456 Continuing Education Certificate Program Instructor, GSSW Denver, CO
The Office of Community Engagement creates and supports workshops and programs that are external to the Graduate School of Social Work and offers hands-on training, professional development, and deep discussions. We provide a wide range of continuing education (CE) offerings for alumni and the wider community, most offered in a virtual format. With diversity, equity and inclusion as our guiding principles, we cover topics that will help attendees enhance their professional skills, examine identities and how they interact with an attendee’s work, and advocate for social justice.
494472 DiscoverU Clinical Supervisor Denver, CO
We are seeking a part-time (6-8 hours/week) licensed psychologist to provide clinical supervision to the doctoral students for our DiscoverU program. The supervision can take place in-person or remote.
494438 Legal Consultant Denver, CO
IAALS is looking for a legal research associate to assist in conducting semi-structured interviews with businesses to understand legal experiences of the businesses.
494434 @MCE Practicum & Internship Coordinator Denver, CO
The Morgridge College of Education is accepting applications for a part-time, benefitted Practicum & Internship Coordinator for the @Denver online programs.
494435 Library Technician, Library Collections Procurement & Processing Denver, CO
This part-time, benefited position reports to the Library Collections Procurement and Processing Manager and manages and implements key areas of the processing workflow related to the preparation of library materials and the evaluation, repairing, and processing of damaged materials. Participates as a member of the Library Collection Procurement & Processing unit within the Collections and Content Management department. This position willingly shares skills and knowledge, participates in the process flow of work of the unit, and receives instructions regarding assignments. The work schedule is generally Monday Friday with a flexible timeframe within the library's operational hours, and requires in-person work onsite at the Main Library.
494445 Maintenance Technician, Mountain Campus Livermore, CO, Denver, CO
Under the general direction of the Director of Real Estate and Auxiliaries and under the specific direction of the Mountain Campus Operations Manager, this position plans, executes, organizes maintenance activities and supervises contractor execution where service providers are utilized to execute planned maintenance work.  The position oversees workplace safety and risk mitigation and reports upward as necessary and appropriate, additionally, the positions manages the reliable flow of work within established budgetary resources and appropriate time schedules.
494446 Mountain Campus Operations Manager Livermore, CO, Denver, CO
Reporting to the Director of Real Estate and Auxiliaries the incumbent manages and monitors the day-to-day operations of the University's Mountain Campus including routine and predictable maintenance, preventative maintenance, risk, workplace safety and code compliance monitoring relative to the built environment and campus in general.  Associated activities include scheduling and executing general maintenance activities in support of the program at the Mountain Campus; planning and ensuring the execution of camp make ready activities associated with camper occupancy and scheduled events, preparing RFP and RFQ material as appropriate to select service, maintenance and small construction project contractors, planning and managing fire mitigation activities, planning and documenting emergency preparedness and evacuation planning, planning and executing snow and ice removal and general landscape maintenance.
494449 Director, Regional Engagement Denver, CO
Reporting to the Executive Director of Regional and Volunteer Engagement, the Director of Regional Engagement will have a primary focus on campaign-related engagement priorities and activities and will collaborate closely and frequently with the centrally-based Director of Volunteer Networks as well as the larger DU Advancement team and other colleagues across campus.
494467 Enrollment Manager, University College Denver, CO
Reporting to the Associate Director of Enrollment Management, the Enrollment Manager is responsible for meeting enrollment goals by developing, planning, executing, and managing student recruitment activities for assigned academic programs, including inquiry/applicant follow-up, recruitment events, and engagement with external and community organizations.
494404 Academic Advisor, School of Accountancy Denver, CO
This position will advise all students who express interest in learning more about or intention to enroll in a School of Accountancy program, help recruit students the degree programs, and work closely with each student to plan a degree program according to the students area of interest and professional goals. The position will also interact with faculty, University staff, employers, CPA licensing authorities and others on behalf of students and graduates of the Schools programs.
494414 Accounting Specialist Denver, CO
The Accounting Specialist will use their knowledge and expertise in accounting, budget and business practices to support the financial and administrative operations of HERS. The incumbent to this position will play a role in data collection and reporting to support business decision making and research. The Accounting Specialist reports to the Director of Finance and Administration and supports the HERS team.

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