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493156 Communication Technician Denver, CO
The Communication Technician (Dispatcher) works in the University of Denver Campus Safety Communications Center which is a 24/7 operation. The Communications Technician is responsible for receiving and dispatching calls and messages to Campus Safety Officers for the University of Denver campus. Through which they participate in providing a safe and secure campus environment by receiving and prioritizing calls, relaying accurate information to responding personnel. The Communication Technician is a specialized position within the Campus Safety which provides essential communications between campus safety personnel including, campus safety officers, alarm technicians and parking enforcement officers in the field, outside emergency and law enforcement agencies and the public. There are multiple openings.
493163 Associate Teacher, Fisher Early Learning Center Denver, CO
The Fisher Early Learning Center is one of the most distinctive early childhood learning centers in Colorado. As a part of the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver, we are uniquely positioned to provide a warm and loving environment that is specifically designed to deliver cutting-edge and evidence-based programming for infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children. We are an inclusive setting and value diversity.
493153 Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor, Quantitative Methods Denver, CO
The Josef Korbel School of International Studies will hire a Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor for appointment to begin as soon as September 1, 2020. The Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor, Quantitative Methods at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies is responsible for teaching four ten-week graduate-level courses per year. These courses are typically introductory statistics courses but there will also be an opportunity to develop and teach in an area of expertise and interest such as survey analysis, data visualization, GIS etc.
493157 Executive Director of the Transportation Institute Denver, CO
The University of Denver is searching for an Executive Director of the Transportation Institute (DTI). This position functions as the CEO of the Transportation Institute (DTI) and is responsible for the implementation of policies and programs set forth by the University and in consultation with the DTI Board of Directors. As such, the Executive Director participates in all DTI board meetings and is accountable to present the DTI strategy and agenda to the University and the DTI board, seek and incorporate feedback, and deliver and communicate on-going results and progress against DTI strategy and goals.
493154 Adjunct Faculty, Environmental Policy and Management Denver, CO
The role of adjunct faculty in the Environmental Policy and Management program is to teach graduate students in one or more of our seven master’s degree concentrations. Please visit https://universitycollege.du.edu/epm for a complete list of program concentrations and courses. Our courses are offered in four formats including on campus, online, HyFlex (on campus courses that are also available live online), and hybrid (60% on campus/40% online). University College uses the Learning Management System (LMS) Canvas for all courses, regardless of delivery mode. Instructors will receive a designed course container and will be expected to manage and engage in the course while infusing real-world examples into the curriculum and offering a diversity of perspectives as presented through materials, resources, authors/readings, and speakers if applicable.
493151 Business Analyst II, Educational/Instructional Technology Denver, CO
The Business Analyst II reports to Manager, Business Analysts within the IT/Enterprise Application Services (IT/EAS) department in the Division of Information Technology (IT). The Business Analyst is physically located in the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL) and works in close collaboration with the application developers in IT/EAS and the Office of Teaching and Learning and Office of Program Management staff. The Business Analyst II is primarily responsible for the configuration, administration, and tier-3 support of multiple instructional technologies (e.g. Canvas LMS, Kaltura (Video Management), Respondus, E-Portfolio etc.), business process needs analysis, and operational data reporting and analysis. This position will interface with OTL, OPM, software vendors, and IT/EAS application developers to maintain and support applications and interfaces. This position will also be responsible for responding to production support issues, coordinating system enhancements and upgrades, writing ad-hoc reports, and managing cross-functional projects.
493149 Help Center Support Specialist Denver, CO
The Help Center Support Specialist, under the direction of the Manger of the IT Help Center, within the IT Campus Partnerships department, provides technology support for the University of Denver's faculty, staff, and students, including computer hardware and software for Windows and Macintosh computers; virtual machines; Active Directory account management; printing solutions; Exchange account management; and other technology support for the University Community, as well as maintaining university owned computers. This position will also assist with daily Help Center operations by creating a smooth and efficient workflow. Support may include in-person, over the phone, email, online/webchat, and remote support during business, evening hours, and/or weekends. This position will communicate ongoing problems with co-workers and management and coordinate escalations to vendors for hardware repairs and further support. This position will also be a resource to Help Center staff by acting as the next level in the technical escalation path for hardware and software issues.
493150 Director, Faculty Development and Career Advancement Denver, CO
The Director of Faculty Development and Career Advancement will focus on enhancing faculty success at all levels of the academic lifecycle by identifying and implementing best practices for faculty recruitment, onboarding, and retention. Under the leadership of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, they will be responsible for leading initiatives related to supporting faculty throughout the academic lifecycle, tracking faculty statistics, and preparing regular descriptive reports related to demographics and retention. In addition to supporting early career faculty, the director will develop offerings that support faculty at different career stages, across faculty appointment types, and across faculty contributions and roles. Contributing to an inclusive, thriving faculty community and working closely with the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL).
493146 Research Assistant, Marsico Institute for Early Learning Denver, CO
The Marsico Institute is accepting applications for a part-time (10 hours / week on average) Research Assistant who will work on a new collaborative research project administered through the University of Denver, with collaborators at the University of Wyoming, to conduct re-analyses (and new interpretation and new analyses) of data from our extant LT Studies project (aka, Evaluating the Efficacy of Learning Trajectories in Early Mathematics). Visit our website to learn more: https://www.du.edu/marsicoinstitute/whatwedo/researchandeval.html.
493147 Research Assistant, Marsico Institute for Early Learning Denver, CO
The Marsico Institute is accepting applications for a part-time (20 hours / week on average) Research Assistant who will work as part of a team dedicated to developing and enhancing the knowledge base on engagement in STEM learning opportunities for young children with disabilities. Under the direct supervision of the Principal Investigators and Project Leads, the Research Assistant will develop and refine instructional activities designed to help young children with disabilities advance along natural developmental progressions in early math learning. The Research Assistant will also contribute to content on the Learning and Teaching with Learning Trajectories ([LT]2) website, which is a professional development tool that grounds teachers in how children learn mathematics. To learn more, visit our research projects webpage at https://www.du.edu/marsicoinstitute/whatwedo/researchandeval.html, the STEMI2E2 website at https://stemie.fpg.unc.edu/, and https://www.learningtrajectories.org/.
493148 Associate Director for Strategic Marketing, Research, and Analysis Denver, CO
The Associate Director of Strategic Marketing, Research, and Analysis oversees marketing strategies and initiatives, positioning, and assessment of the MBA@Denver program. This person will supervise the work of a third-party agency provider as well as collect, analyze, and report data on MBA@Denver financial performance, rankings for accreditation purposes, Master of Business Administration market, and application trends, Online Education industry and market and will provide strategic data-driven recommendations to the Director. The Associate Director of Strategic Marketing, Research, and Analysis will monitor current and future resource needs based upon enrollment projections, matriculation plans, student satisfaction, faculty practice and other pertinent data. This person will lead the development and implementation of program processes based on strategic goals and best practices. The Associate Director will represent the MBA@Denver program with key stakeholders to identify process and system integration.
493131 Operations Specialist, Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System Denver, CO
The Operations Specialist is primarily responsible for managing and maintaining Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System's (IAALS) database for development and communication efforts. Database work will include modifying or adding user-defined fields; building queries/reports; understanding processes to maintain accuracy and integrity of data; and creating forms for events. The position also provides administrative assistance and support for the Director of Strategic Partnerships, the Associate Directors of Communications, the Budget and Operations Manager, and the Events Manager. The position helps train student employees clerical and computer skills so they can help others with various tasks and assist with data entry.
493118 Sr. Director of Communications and Issues Management Denver, CO
The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management reports directly to the Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications. The incumbent in this new position will play a critical role in planning strategies and implementing tactics for external and internal audiences to advance the University’s national visibility and handle a portfolio of current and emerging issues that pose a reputational risk to the University. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will serve as a back-up spokesperson to the Vice Chancellor across local, national and international media. In this role, the incumbent will lead cross-functional teams in support of University value drivers, including academics and research, advancement, and athletics. The incumbent will also lead a shared services team that drives the division’s focus on the University’s strategic priorities and value drivers, including admissions, academics and research, advancement, and athletics. The communications shared services team will educate, support and inspire experience and engagement among University stakeholders. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will also lead inter-campus crisis planning, simulations, media training for sensitive issues and be the primary contact point with our outside agency. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will work closely with the Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications and other University leadership on understanding, planning, acting, tracking and following up on a wide variety of issues and opportunities.
493126 Systems Engineer III Denver, CO
Architecture and Engineering Systems Engineer III requires a broad background covering VMware infrastructure, storage management, Microsoft technologies, Linux administration, networking, load-balancing, information security and general IT service deployment, administration and maintenance. This position will primarily be responsible for Tier 3 oversight and administration of DU’s VMware Infrastructure environment. This position will assist with the design and implementation of new hardware, applications, and cloud-based solutions in support of the University of Denver user community. The Systems Engineer III consults with employees, faculty, students and researchers on the use of technology necessary to meet university objectives. The Systems Engineer III collaborates with university department members, where needed, to identify areas where the IT team can lend assistance in the identification, acquisition and implementation and of technical solutions.
493127 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Physics & Astronomy Denver, CO
Candidates for a postdoctoral fellow are sought to carry out research on propagation of custom structured laser light. This position is part of a project in the group of Professor Mark Siemens in the Department of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Denver. The duration of the project is approximately 2-3 years with the possibility to be extended. More information about the department can be found at http://www.physics.du.edu.
493120 Field Coordinator, Office of Field Education - Graduate School of Social Work Denver, CO
The Field Coordinator in the Office of Field Education assumes a leadership role in providing a student centered placement process. Under the supervision of the Associate Director for Online Field Education, this position will establish partnerships between the Graduate School of Social Work and the community agencies for the purpose of securing quality placements for all students in the social work program. Additional responsibilities include placement data tracking and management, agency and supervisor development, event and training coordination and facilitation, and database development. The Field Coordinator will work across all programs, but will have primary responsibility in the MSW@Denver program.
493121 Executive Director, Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator Denver, CO
The University of Denver (DU), a private institution dedicated to the public good, invites nominations and applications for the position of Executive Director of Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator.
493109 Research Professor (Open Rank), Fatherhood Mental Health Denver, CO
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at the University of Denver (DU) seeks a faculty member for a 10-month, research-track position with a specialty in fatherhood. By "fatherhood," we are intentionally inclusive of research and clinical work with anyone who identifies themselves in the role of fathers, trans masculine parents, father-figures, grandfathers, and other related role models. The rationale is to focus on this gendered role in children's development, not to preclude the acknowledgement of the importance of other caregivers regardless of gender and sexual identities and expanded relationships. The position is likely to be filled at the Assistant Professor rank, but an appointment at a higher rank may be considered for a candidate with exceptional experience. The position is funded for three years, with the expectation that continuing the position will depend on the faculty member securing additional funding. The position will report to Dr. Tracy Vozar, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialty. The expected but flexible start date for this position is September 1, 2020. This position has research, teaching, advising, supervising, and service components.
493108 Instructional Curriculum Coach, Marsico Institute for Early Learning Denver, CO
The Marsico Institute is accepting applications for Instructional Curriculum Coaches who will work as part of a team for an efficacy research study implementing and evaluating an early math intervention under the direct supervision of the Principal Investigators and Project Director. They will support preschool and kindergarten teachers in the incorporation of critical mathematical knowledge and practices of the Learning and Teaching with Learning Trajectories ([LT]2) website. Teachers will receive professional development from the Principal Investigators on [LT]2, which is a professional development tool that grounds teachers in how children learn mathematics, into educators’ instructional techniques.
493103 Kitchen Manager/Chef Highlands Ranch, CO
The Kitchen Manager/Chef is responsible for leading and managing the back of the house food and beverage operation for the golf club in the absence of the Director. The position is responsible for servicing all customers within the golf club and also maximizing the profit within the food and beverage operation. The position also ensures that the kitchen, bar and restaurant facilities meets and adheres to all codes and licenses and that all presentation of facilities, food and beverage are presented in a quality way.

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