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494281 Director, University Budget Systems and Analysis Denver, CO
The University's Director, University Budget Systems & Analysis is a full-time, twelve-month staff position. This position, along with the Provost, the Vice Provost for Budget, Planning, and Administration, and the Associate Vice Provost, University Budget & Analysis comprises the central budget team charged with the development of the operating budget at the University. The Director, University Budget Systems & Analysis reports to the Associate Vice Provost for University Budget and Analysis. This position is involved in strategic and operational planning discussions with the University's administration that require absolute confidentiality as implementation and management options are discussed. The University's Director, University Budget Systems & Analysis participates as an active member of the Provosts Budget & Analysis team to develop the University's $485 million annual operating budget by managing collection of data from unit business officers, verifying data for accuracy, modeling the financial impact of university initiatives; and preparing presentation of data to senior leadership and the Board of Trustees.
494267 Student Support Specialist Denver, CO
University College is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as the central point of contact between University College and prospective and continuing students and provides consultation and services for credit and non-credit programs. Areas of responsibility include inquiry follow-up, pre-advising for academic programs, registration support, technical support, financial services, and student retention.
494284 Assistant Coach, Women's Tennis 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 an diversity projects or initiatives.
494256 Director, Assessment and Planning Denver, CO
The Director of Assessment & Planning is responsible for a broad array of assessment, analytics, planning, and decision support activities in the Division of Student Affairs & Inclusive Excellence (Division). This position develops and delivers analyses and reports critical for divisional decision-making. Assessment responsibilities include managing, promoting, and coordinating assessment related to student learning in the academic/Student Affairs cocurriculum; student development; unit program evaluation; satisfaction and benchmarking; and institutional/cultural climate surveys. Planning responsibilities include coordinating the annual reporting processes and assessing/monitoring progress toward goals and priorities associated with the Divisions strategic plan. The Director reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and serves on the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Leadership Team. The Director supervises a graduate student.
494207 Help Center Evening Supervisor Denver, CO
Reporting to the Manager of the IT Help Center, this position is responsible for overseeing tiered support at the Help Center during afternoons, evenings and weekends and for ensuring quality customer service and accurate technical resolutions. This includes hands-on client assistance as well as supervision of part-time staff. Additionally, this position will provide training and mentoring of staff, ensuring excellent customer service for individuals needing assistance, and will communicate regularly with the IT Help Center Manager regarding any escalated hardware/software issues. In conjunction with the Help Center Manager, this position will respond to customer surveys and audit Help Center tickets for quality assurance and training purposes. This position will also manage the public computers and printers in the Anderson Academic Commons, ensuring that they are current and in good working order.
494239 Network Engineer II Denver, CO
The role of the Network Engineer II is to work with the Director of IT Operations to enable the university to offer highly available, robust voice services 24 hours per day and 365 days per year. Additionally, the Network Engineer II is to assist in managing the IT Infrastructure through support of converged multi-vendor hardware and software solutions. The Network Engineer II is responsible for assisting with the design, configuration, operation and support of the university’s wired and wireless network infrastructure.
494254 Your Family, Your Neighborhood Parent Facilitator Denver, CO
Your Family, Your Neighborhood (YFYN) is a dual generation curriculum designed to address academic success, and improve the health and well-being of families living in subsidized housing communities. YFYN is a twelve session practice-based curriculum delivered in the evenings to both parents and their children on site in their neighborhood. The curriculum focuses on developing the bond between children and their parents, developing parents attachment to schools, improving academic outcomes for kids, developing cohesive relationships in the community, and promoting the health and well-being of family members. The Parent Group Facilitator will lead the on-site delivery of the YFYN curriculum to parents/caregivers. The Parent Group Facilitator will receive training on the YFYN curriculum and will be expected to review each curriculum session before its delivery as well as attend team meetings as needed.
494238 Game Day/Event Production Denver, CO
The Division of Athletics & Recreation at the University of Denver is currently seeking part-time employees to serve as gameday production support. This is a general posting that will serve for multiple part-time, non-benefitted game day/event positions with Technical Services. Should we be interested in pursuing your application, we will contact you with the specific information.
493837 Grounds Keeper I Denver, CO
Under immediate supervision, this position performs grounds maintenance and landscape gardening work on all property owned by the University of Denver.
494154 Senior Program Associate II, Butler Institute for Families Denver, CO
The Capacity Building Center for Tribes (CBCT) Senior Program Associate II will serve as the Project Director, providing oversight and management of all CBCT grant-funded program activities. The CBCT is a five-year federally funded project to provide technical assistance and capacity building support to all IV-B and IV-E funded American Indian/Alaska Native Tribes across the United States. This cooperative grant with the ACF Children's Bureau Division brings in approximately 3.5 million per year in funding to the University of Denver and is a led by the Butler Institute for families in partnership with the Tribal Law and Policy Institute, Westat and three other universities, including the University of Southern Maine, The University of Montana Native Trauma Center and the University of Oklahoma. This position will work closely with the CBCT project partners, Principal Investigators and evaluation team to coordinate and manage project partnerships, activities, reporting requirements and deliverables. This position must have a deep knowledge of Indian Child Welfare and be able to work collaboratively with project partners, funders and tribal stakeholders. This position requires strategic visioning and management of all day-to-day project activities.
494244 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. The FAA resolves discrepancies in a timely and useful manner and effectively communicates information to students and their families. Further, the FAA is instrumental in the development of financial aid programs and contributes to office policies and procedures associated with programs in which they are involved.
494231 Testing Center Assistant Denver, CO
The Testing Center Assistant (TCA) position is part-time, hourly, and non-benefitted. This position provides administrative support and reports to the DSP Academic Testing Coordinator. The Testing Center Assistant will work a minimum of 15 hours up to 25 hours per week. The sum of hours worked is not to exceed 1000 hours for all positions/jobs held by an hourly employee within the calendar year.
494218 Executive Director of Development, Sturm College of Law Denver, CO
This position reports directly to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Development and works closely and collaboratively with the Dean of the Sturm College of Law. As the University of Denver prepares for its next comprehensive campaign, this position plays a key role in developing and enhancing relationships with major-through-principal gift prospects and donors, discovering their philanthropic passions, and aligning them with the funding priorities emerging from the Sturm College of Law and the DU IMPACT 2025 strategic plan. The Executive Director will develop and mature a portfolio of major-through-principal gift prospects and donors to advance strategic priorities and achieve annual fundraising goals, set in collaboration with the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Development and the Dean of the Sturm College of Law. The Executive Director will also collaborate with Advancement leadership, colleagues, and university administrators to establish short- and long-term strategies and monitor progress toward goals. The Advancement team is highly collaborative in its work and builds extensive value-added relationships with its campus partners.
494164 Grounds Keeper I Denver, CO
Under immediate supervision, this position performs grounds maintenance and landscape gardening work on all property owned by the University of Denver.
494165 Maintenance Worker IV, General Maintenance Denver, CO
With little or no supervision, this position performs repairs and maintenance at a semi-skilled level in multiple trade areas.
494166 Maintenance Worker IV, Ritchie Maintenance Denver, CO
With little or no supervision, this position performs repairs and maintenance at a semi-skilled level in multiple trade areas.
494189 Grounds Worker, Parking Grounds Denver, CO
Under immediate supervision, this position performs grounds maintenance and landscape gardening work on all property owned by the University of Denver.
494216 Assistant Coach, Women's Golf 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.
494219 Program Coordinator, ODEI Denver, CO
ODEI is looking for a Program Coordinator, effective September 30, 2021. The Program Coordinator will have responsibilities related to supporting the work of ODEI across campus. Specifically, they will coordinate administrative support in the initiation of campus-wide division-level diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic planning; and provide support in the planning and hosting of large DEI events (e.g., the Diversity Summit, heritage months, etc.) and related campus-wide DEI initiatives run/coordinated out of ODEI. This is a temporary position and funding is not guaranteed after June 30, 2022.
494249 Staff Researcher, Prosecutorial Performance Indicators - Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab Denver, CO
Reporting to the Principal Investigator, the Colorado Lab seeks to add one Staff Researcher to support research and evidence-building activities for a new project developing prosecutorial performance indicators and dashboards in prosecutors’ offices across Colorado.

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