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495428 Assistant Professor, Sociology and Criminology - Crime, Law, and Deviance Denver, CO
The Department of Sociology and Criminology invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor beginning Fall 2023. Areas of specialization are open, but preference will be given to candidates with a strong record of scholarship and teaching in Crime, Law, or Deviance.
495435 Administrative Assistant, Daniels College of Business Denver, CO
The University of Denver is seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant to support various operational and programmatic departments and centers in the Daniels College of Business in addition to academic departments when Assistants to the Chairs are out of the office. This is a benefited part-time position (20 hours per week) and will report to the Associate Dean of Finance and Business Operations in the Deans Office. The ideal candidate will have higher qualifications than the requirements state but perhaps have a desire to scale back for better work-life balance. The candidate will have the flexibility to set their work schedule and potentially work one to two days remote.
495440 Assistant Professor - American Politics Denver, CO
The Department of Political Science at the University of Denver invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professorship to start in Fall 2023 in the field of American politics. We seek applications from American Politics scholars of Congress and/or the domestic Executive with a preference for candidates who have a substantive focus on issues of representation for people who have historically been underrepresented.
495441 Assistant Professor - Clinical Psychology Denver, CO
We seek candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning Fall 2023 in the Clinical Psychology area of the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences with a research program focused on diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEI and J) in mental health, broadly defined.
495448 Employment Specialist Denver, CO
This position processes all hires, separations, and job change requests for benefited employees as well as non-benefited hires and job changes. Responsible for I-9 and E-Verify compliance, creation and maintenance of electronic employee files, oversight of faculty summer research pay and tenure relinquishment agreements, the processing of unemployment claims, and more. This position ensures that monthly reporting is distributed to various units on campus.
495458 Graduation Success Partner, College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Denver, CO
The Graduation Success Partner (GSP) works within the College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences (CAHSS) to support students in successfully navigating graduation processes, while also helping the college identify and address systemic barriers that students may encounter through the process. This position is designed to provide one-on-one support (remote or in-person) to undergraduate students with graduation requirement-related inquiries and issues. Reporting to the Associate Dean of Academic Planning and Student Success, this position requires work with University computer platforms, and knowledge of systems, graduation requirements, and pertinent points of contact across campus as related to student success. The Graduation Success Partner must have excellent communication skills and be confident and proactive in taking the initiative in effective problem-solving to support our students’ experience and improve institution processes. The GSP will liaise with, among others, faculty advisors, departmental staff, and staff from Academic Advising and student success units as well as the Registrar’s office to address issues and remove barriers to help our students thrive.
495465 University Sustainability Officer Denver, CO
Reporting to the Chancellor of the University, the University Sustainability Officer (USO) will be the leading champion of DU sustainability efforts, overseeing the University’s overall sustainability efforts, guided by the University’s educational mission, academic excellence, and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This highly motivated and innovative leader will coordinate and integrate the important work being done across campus to help meet DU’s ambitious goals of reaching Carbon Neutrality and Zero Waste by 2030, its new plastics-free campus pledge, and numerous other academic and administrative goals that emphasize more holistic, inclusive, and just environmental practices at the University of Denver.  Primary responsibilities for this position include fostering a culture of sustainability among students, faculty, and staff; identifying and prioritizing areas for institutional sustainability initiatives; planning and developing long- and short-range sustainability programs; engaging with institutional leaders to foster sustainability broadly across campus departments and offices; networking with peer institutions to maintain current working knowledge of sustainability best practices on college campuses; and representing the University at regional and national sustainability meetings. The USO will assist DU in defining sustainability goals, developing performance metrics, and helping to refine long-range plans for sustainability at DU. The USO will also monitor and evaluate program effectiveness, document performance and trends, and recommend modifications to improve institutional effectiveness.
494960 Master Electrician Denver, CO
This is the highest skilled level position in the electrical trade area. This position works with no supervision on all assigned work on the campus. This position plans, schedules, assigns, supervises, inspects and assists in the work of other electricians. This position also supervises and may participate in the testing, replacement and repair of defective or worn out electrical systems and equipment by performing a myriad of duties.
494961 Maintenance Worker IV Denver, CO
The Department of Facilities Management supports the mission of the University of Denver's physical resources in order to provide a healthy and safe educational environment for campus community through services of the departments of Capital Projects and Planning, Facilities Management, Parking & Mobility Services, Auxiliaries & Real Estate, and Business & Operations. Position Summary With little or no supervision, this position performs repairs and maintenance at a semi-skilled level in multiple trade areas.
495418 Adjunct Faculty, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), University Academic Programs Denver, CO
University Academic Programs at the University of Denver seeks to hire adjunct faculty in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) from an applicant pool with a possibility of renewal. Adjunct faculty will teach up to four classes for the first-year language program in English and may include: ENGG 1080, ENGG 1090, and/or ENGG 1100.  Teaching load is 1-2 courses per quarter. The ideal candidate demonstrates experience in teaching matriculated undergraduate students in English language courses and versatility in inclusive pedagogy. The standard pay for one 4-credit course during the 2022-2023 academic year is $4,360.
495425 Coordinator of Health Promotion – Alcohol & Other Drugs and Peer Education Denver, CO
The Coordinator of Health Promotion – Alcohol & Other Drugs and Peer Education, works as part of the HCC Health Promotion team and is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating high quality campus alcohol and other drug health promotion initiatives that meet the needs of the diverse University of Denver student community. The Coordinator is also responsible for overseeing all aspects of Health Promotion’s peer health education program (e.g., recruitment, hiring, training) and will directly supervise a graduate student. Additionally, this position will assist with social media projects to amplify Health Promotion’s messaging on various media platforms. The Coordinator of Health Promotion – Alcohol & Other Drugs and Peer Education will serve as the liaison between Health Promotion and the Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP), Student Rights and Responsibilities (SRR), along with other prominent departments across the HCC. In this capacity, the role participates in various committees and meetings to keep the pulse on trends that inform data-driven programming. This position is responsible for creating and fostering collaborative relationships with various offices across campus to bring a true multidisciplinary approach to the work.
495462 Research Compliance Analyst Denver, CO
This position has the primary responsibility for providing subject matter expertise in the review of human subject research protocols. The Research Compliance Analyst will be part of a team working to create a culture of compliance at the University of Denver (DU) through ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations, policies and guidelines to create a successful human subjects protection program. This position will serve as a designated reviewer, advise researchers about human subjects protection issues, and conduct training programs for staff, researchers, administrators and students. The successful candidate will bring to DU a strong background in human subjects research administration, including a broad knowledge of federal research compliance regulations. This position will have outstanding interpersonal and management skills, a collaborative style, and experience with faculty, staff, and students in achieving their research goals. Remote work options available.
495383 Adjunct Faculty, Economics Denver, CO
The Department of Economics is seeking Adjunct Instructors for the 2022/23 Academic Year. We are seeking qualified instructors to teach our “Introduction to Micro- and Macroeconomics” (ECON 1030), “Quantitative Methods” (ECON 2670), and / or a sophomore level elective. We prefer applicant that have some familiarity with economic history, the history of economic thought, philosophy of social science, and heterodox as well as mainstream perspectives on economic theory and policy. Candidates must demonstrate ability to integrate content and issues relating to, and to work effectively with, diverse populations.
495393 Administrative Assistant, Office of Internationalization Denver, CO
The Office of Internationalization provides leadership and support for the University of Denver's efforts to internationalize the curriculum and the campus. At DU, students and scholars from overseas are part of our community, and our faculty and students are encouraged to study, research, and offer service in a global context. International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) supports internationalization at the University of Denver by serving as a resource to students, faculty, and staff in meeting the needs of the international community on campus through programming and immigration services. Position Summary The Office of Internationalization provides leadership and support for the University of Denver's efforts to internationalize the curriculum and the campus. At DU, students and scholars from overseas are part of our community, and all our faculty, staff and students are encouraged to study, research, and offer service in a global context.
495420 Application Developer I Denver, CO
Application Developer I typically perform the duties of an application developer, data integration specialist, and a project manager. This position is responsible for the development and implementation of APIs and data integrations between the University’s ERP and other third-party systems, as well as maintaining, and enhancing the University’s portal (intranet). This position is also responsible for designing, developing, supporting, and modifying web front-end applications for administrative software, managing and supporting ITSM ticketing software, providing support to the campus community including managing, routing and resolution of web requests, software solutions research, and process/systems documentation. This position reports to the Web and Mobile Lead and participates in team projects related to application development and support.
495421 Director, Kennedy Mountain Campus Operations, Events, & Outreach Livermore, CO
Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for the Kennedy Mountain Campus, Wellness, and Recreation, the Director of Kennedy Mountain Campus Operations, Events, & Outreach will play a vital role in building operational excellence and the retreat/event/conference program business at the campus.  This position will be responsible for the daily management, operation, and promotion of the Kennedy Mountain Campus (KMC); including oversight of the following; facility, cabin, and tent site scheduling,  booking, registration, and sales; coordination of KMC logistics including, but not limited to, transportation, check-in/ check-out processes and procedures, food & beverage, supply, material and resource management, and audio/visual needs; hiring, training, and scheduling of staff; management and oversight of sub-contractors; and development, implementation, and adherence to safety using nationally accepted practices and procedures for risk management to ensure the safety of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests at the campus. This position will be on-site for the preparation and management of all programs, events, retreats, conferences, and camps and will be the primary liaison to the client.  The person in this position must possess a personal and professional commitment to providing excellent student and customer experiences while creating inclusive environments. This is a leadership position requiring vision, a proactive attitude, and the ability to work autonomously, and respond to customer service and emergency situations.
495426 Assistant/Associate Professor in the Reiman School of Finance Denver, CO
We are open to applicants from all areas of finance scholarship. Applicants must have strong research skills and the ability and desire to conduct high quality research. Maintenance of AACSB academic qualifications (Scholarly Academic) is required. The successful candidate is expected to teach courses during the academic year, which may include fall, winter, and/or spring quarters. Teaching responsibilities include both undergraduate and graduate level courses using traditional, hybrid, and online delivery methods. Teaching responsibilities may involve, day, night, and weekend classes. Faculty members are expected to participate in the college’s faculty meetings, assurance of learning, and the advising of students in the program.
495174 Admissions Coordinator, Graduate School of Professional Psychology Denver, CO
GSPP is seeking an Admissions Coordinator to support the Director of Enrollment through the full cycle of the recruiting, admissions, enrollment, and orientation process for all GSPP’s academic programs. This is a full-time, benefited position expect to work approximately 37.5 hours per week.
495299 Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant Denver, CO
The HCC is seeking an astute clinician with at least 3 years of clinical experience, familiarity with the healthcare needs of college students, and the experience to function independently and collaboratively. The ideal candidate should be comfortable incorporating the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion into their daily work. Physicians, nurses, psychologists, physician assistants, and other professionals staff the HCC. This position reports to the Medical Director of the HCC and performs duties under the direction of the Medical Director, Associate Director of Medical Services, and Executive Director of the HCC.
495436 Administrative/Business Support Denver, CO
This posting is a general posting that will serve for many part-time, non-benefited administrative/business support openings in different divisions across campus.

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