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495240 Creative Team Director Denver, CO
This new position within Butler, the Director of Creative Team, leads a team of staff who create, develop, produce, and disseminate products for grant projects and for Butler organizationally. The position leads communications and dissemination guidance and implementation for the team, including work on state and federal grant-funded projects, as well as other projects across Butlers content areas. The position leads creative product development, production, and coordination of accessibility and dissemination, and involves the use of knowledge in visualizing complex information, maximizing utility for a variety of stakeholders, and experience around product development for Creative Team products, such as eLearning, microvideo, one-pager, infographic, and podcast products. Responsibilities also include providing oversite and coordination to the marketing team activities, coordination with Butlers content area directors, and communication and planning in collaboration with the Graduate School of Social Work regarding website and marketing. The Director of Creative Team will be part of the Butler Institute organizational team.
495242 Visiting Professor of the Practice, MME Denver, CO
The Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) at the University of Denver (DU) is building an academically and culturally diverse faculty and staff with a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).  We invite applications for a full-time non-tenure-track visiting faculty position, Visiting Professor of the Practice.  The position is for the 2022-2023 academic year and begins on September 1, 2022. The appointment will be made for a nine-month position only.
495189 Research Assistant II Denver, CO
This position will serve full-time as a Research Assistant II supporting several grant-funded evaluation projects primarily in the Tribal Child Welfare content area of Butler. The Butler Institute for Families Research Assistant II has 1-2 years of previous professional research and evaluation experience focused on data collection and management. The Research Assistant II has experience with community-based evaluation projects and can conduct basic research and evaluation functions with a racial-equity lens and using culturally based methodologies such as qualitative, participatory, and story-telling approaches. With supervision, the Research Assistant II is responsible for supporting research and evaluation activities including data collection, data entry, data coding and cleaning, basic quantitative and qualitative data management and analysis, assisting with project reports and literature reviews, and other administrative and research support tasks as needed. This position may be responsible for supervision of work-study students. This position will report to a Research Associate or Senior Research Associate at the Butler Institute for Families.
495192 Off-Site Field Instructor, Graduate School of Social Work Denver, CO
The Off-Site Field Instructor (OSFI) is the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Worker’s representative to the field placement agency, and whose primary purpose is to provide field instruction for assigned graduate social work student interns in order to facilitate their field learning. An OSFI is assigned to a student/agency when the agency does not have the capacity to provide the CSWE required social work supervision for an internship. The OSFI is required to meet with students for regularly scheduled supervision meetings, typically across 3 or 4 quarters. The OSFI’s role is to provide oversight of student progress towards demonstration of competencies and to assist student with the integration of practice realities with theoretical concepts from a social work perspective.
495214 Recruiting Coordinator Denver, CO
The University of Denver's Office of Human Resources and Inclusive Community (HRIC) - Recruiting Services team is seeking a motivated and organized Recruiting Coordinator to work closely with the Recruiting Team. The ideal candidate is highly organized, a master of prioritization and able to shift priorities at a moments notice. This is a great opportunity for an entry-level HR professional looking to work in Higher Education, as well as learn full-cycle recruitment and other aspects of Human Resources from an experienced team of recruiters and HR Professionals.
495054 Math Lead Teacher for Ricks Center Denver, CO
The Ricks Center invites applications for a Middle School (5th - 8th grade) Math Teacher. We seek a candidate with expertise in mathematics, progressive education, and the developing adolescent. We desire a candidate who is adept at working with a diverse group of gifted students with varying math abilities requiring differentiation, individualized instruction and content acceleration. This position requires a dynamic individual who approaches mathematics conceptually with a strong focus on understanding, love of mathematics, and skill aptitude and application. Candidates should be capable of instruction in math competencies from 5th grade through 12th grade.
495066 HVAC Technician Denver, CO
With minimal or no supervision, this position repairs, maintains and installs heating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, including but not limited to: boilers, pumps, fans, compressors, cooling towers, chillers, air compressors, pneumatic and electrical controls and heat exchanges.
495069 Ice Maintenance Worker II Denver, CO
Under the direct supervision of the Conversion/Ice Manager and the general direction of the Operations Manager of Auxiliary Facilities, this position performs maintenance of ice arena facilities and repair of ice resurfacing equipment. This position also performs snow melting and hockey goal positioning per clients requests. Additionally, this position assists in services completed by Building Service Specialist position.
495115 Associate Director, Disability Services Program Denver, CO
The Associate Director for the Disability Services Program (DSP) is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the office under the Directors supervision. The Associate Director will provide direct, comprehensive accommodations review and collaborate with academic departments and staff working to ensure compliance for students with documented disabilities. This position will supervise the Accommodation Specialists and Interpreter Coordinator. This person will coordinate assessment and report writing in collaboration with the Director and contribute to developing and monitoring budgets and tracking operational costs. This person will provide, in partnership with the Director, leadership and direction for the department on policy issues, ADA research and compliance, accommodations grievance processes, and any personnel issues including supervision of staff. This person must demonstrate a commitment to the principles of equity, and inclusion; student development; universal design for learning; and diversity through involvement and participation in University/division-wide projects and initiatives. This position reports to the Director of DSP.
495176 Web Content Designer Denver, CO
The Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL) at the University of Denver seeks to hire a Web Content Designer. This is a one-year long opportunity with the option to renew based on availability of funding.
495198 Assistant Coach, Men's and Women's Swimming 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. The Assistant Coach will embrace and model a positive coaching philosophy and associated techniques; insisting on a culture of respect and positive communication.  The Assistant Coach will demonstrate an on-going commitment to the principles of multiculturalism and diversity through hiring practices, training and development programming, campus collaborations, or involvement and participation in university/divisional multiculturalism and diversity projects or initiatives.
495199 Advisor, Bursar's Office Denver, CO
The Bursars Office is responsible for the collection and billing of tuition-related charges, as well as the administration of Federal Perkins Loans. We work with students and their families to help obtain their educational goals at the University of Denver. Position Summary Under the supervision of the Asst. Bursar, Student Servicing, the Advisor develops an expert knowledge of all billing policies and procedures associated to tuition and Federal Perkins accounts. Counsel students and parents regarding receiving tuition statements, credit disbursements, payment options and financial aid at DU. The Advisor provides professional advising service. The Advisor evaluates and assesses documented changes in financial circumstances that occur in a students family during the course of an academic year and exercises professional judgment in determining the students ability to pay. The Advisor assists in the development of processes including the creation/updating of office policy and procedures associated with programs in which they are involved.
495201 Junior Advisor, Bursar's Office Denver, CO
The Bursars Office is responsible for the collection and billing of tuition-related charges, as well as the administration of Federal Perkins Loans. We work with students and their families to help obtain their educational goals at the University of Denver. Position Summary Under the supervision of the Asst. Bursar, Student Servicing, the Junior Advisor processes tuition, loan and related payments in a timely manner. Works with the University department staff ensuring accurate, timely, processing of all department deposit activity, including credit card activity. This position also works daily with Bursars Office advisors and Office of Financial Aid advisors in regards to student account activity. Responsibilities also include responding to office emails, voice mails and triage for walk in contact.
495208 Visiting Teaching Assistant or Associate Faculty, GSPP Forensic Psychology Program Denver, CO
The DU GSPP MAFP Program seeks to hire one visiting teaching faculty member, at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, for the 2022-2023 academic year, with the possibility of renewal for the 2023-2024 academic year.
495177 Financial Aid Advisor Denver, CO
The Financial Aid Advisor (FAA) develops a thorough knowledge of federal, state, and institutional financial aid topics to counsel students and parents about receiving financial aid at DU. The FAA provides professional advising services, which includes thoroughly explaining need analysis and the steps required to complete financial aid processes. In addition, the FAA conducts file reviews to ensure aid is awarded in compliance with federal, state, and institutional regulations and policies.  Also, resolves discrepancies in a timely and useful manner and effectively communicates information to students and their families.  Further, is instrumental in the development of financial aid programs and contributes to office policies and procedures associated with programs in which they are involved.
495196 Assistant Director of Business Operations Denver, CO
The Division of Athletics at the University of Denver is looking for an Assistant Director of Business Operations to join our team. This position will assist in administering functions directly associated with the fiscal operations of the Division ensuring compliance with all NCAA, Division and University policies/procedures. Specific duties include, but not are not limited to the following: Administer contracts through the work flow process, including all intercollegiate game contracts; Manage communication between divisional colleagues and on campus departments, including legal/purchasing/shared services to complete contracts; Serve as the direct contact for external entities for all team travel for the division and post all team travel related expenses; Manage and organize the declining balance card/per diem card program used to administer funds to coaches and athletes during their business related travel; Process invoices for the Division including medical insurance related expenses; Assist with zero-based budget development with sports regarding invoices/services/third party providers; Assist with writing divisional policies and procedures; Assist with the creation of training materials/guides for divisional colleagues and coaching staff to help navigate financial systems. We are looking to hire an individual who embodies our team values of character, teamwork, and excellence, is passionate about athletics, and has a positive attitude. This role will require a high level of organization, strong communication skills, and attention to detail.
495135 Database Administrator I Denver, CO
The Database Administrator I (DBA I) typically performs the duties of a Production DBA, WebLogic Administrator, and an Application DBA. This position is responsible for database and application server installations and upgrades. This position installs and maintains the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Data Warehouse, and other administrative applications. The Junior DBA will perform database and application servers monitoring and databases backup and recovery. This position reports to the Manager, Database Administration, and participates in team projects related to database administration
495140 Associate Director Upper School - Ricks Center for Gifted Children Denver, CO
The Upper School Associate Director is a transformational and innovative pedagogical leader, responsible for the overall functioning of the Upper School division, consisting of grades 3-8. Leadership foci include curriculum and assessment, teacher supervision, parent/family outreach, student behavior. The Upper School Associate Director is a member of the Educational Leadership Team, coordinating all school efforts under the direction of the Director.
495184 Executive Director, Liniger Center on Franchising Denver, CO
The Liniger Center on Franchising (the Center) at the Daniels College of Business is named in honor of David and Gail Liniger, business leaders and philanthropists who believe passionately in franchising. The Center will be the first of its kind in the Rocky Mountain West and the preeminent resource in the region for franchising. It will offer guidance, support and resources to both franchisors and franchisees through education, networking, and thought leadership. The inaugural Executive Director of the Liniger Center on Franchising will be responsible for building the program, including overseeing curriculum development, creating networking opportunities, and focusing on thought leadership. The Director will be responsible for recruiting students and ensuring high-quality curricular and co-curricular experiences that prepare students for successful careers in the franchising industry.
495186 Enrollment Manager, Undergraduate Programs Denver, CO
Reporting to the Director of Undergraduate Programs, the Manager of Enrollment Services is responsible for marketing Daniels to prospective students and parents; overseeing participation in all University of Denver (DU) administered admission events; manage the pre-business pathways process; and continually improving enrollment (yield) campaigns based on tracking and reporting of Daniels Undergraduate enrollment data.

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