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492715 Part-Time Assistant Coach, Swimming Denver, CO
The Parking Enforcement Specialist Part-time position, is assigned to Parking and Mobility Services within Facilities and they report to the Field Operations Manager.  This position is the supplemental parking enforcement personnel for the University.  Their duties include, but are not limited to, parking enforcement and management, customer service, office staff augmentation when needed.
492723 Assistant/Associate Professor of Economics Denver, CO
The Department of Economics will seek to fill a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor starting September 2020. We are seeking a heterodox economist doing research in the areas of macroeconomics and money, monetary theory, and financial markets preferably with a U.S. policy focus. Candidates must show promise of distinction in research and publications in these fields and must also show promise of excellent teaching ability in the areas they offer, as well as in our introductory courses Macro- and Microeconomics I: History and Theories and/or Macro- and Microeconomics II: Theories and Policies. Teaching these courses requires 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.
492728 Customer Service Representative Denver, CO
This position will work primarily at the customer service counter assisting customers with purchases and requests for information relating to parking on campus.  This position will work with the administrative staff to fulfill permit requests and new permit orders. Will also perform other duties of an administrative nature. Performs a wide variety of front line customer service to the University community and external clients.   Works in the public eye answering questions, giving directions, fulfilling permit requests, and performing other such duties as is consistent with customer service.  Also will aid in the coordination of special event parking and liaison between customers, enforcement, and campus safety.  Responsible for the management, adjudication, and timely response to customers appealing parking citations. May assist in training new office or field personnel.
492729 Director/Senior Director of Marketing Denver, CO
The University of Denver is seeking an experienced, talented and ambitious Director/Senior Director of Marketing for a full-time position in the Office of Communications, Marketing and Graduate Admissions (OCMGA) at the Daniels College of Business. This is a terrific opportunity to join a dynamic team that is responsible for the brand development, internal and external communications, and graduate student enrollment for the College for a portfolio that currently includes seven Master’s degree programs, three MBA programs, and an Executive Ph.D. program.
492732 Part-time Parking Enforcement Specialist Denver, CO
The Parking Enforcement Specialist Part-time position, is assigned to Parking and Mobility Services within Facilities and they report to the Field Operations Manager.  This position is the supplemental parking enforcement personnel for the University.  Their duties include, but are not limited to, parking enforcement and management, customer service, office staff augmentation when needed.
492733 Temporary Administrative Assistant Denver, CO
The Department of Languages & Literatures seeks a temporary, non-benefited position to provide interim departmental support during a staff position vacancy. We expect this position to run for at least six weeks. The Administrative Assistant ensures the functionality of the department office, assists visitors to the department and fields requests, directing them to the appropriate contact. This position will also assist with course scheduling for the department, event logistics and support faculty and staff as needed. This position reports to the Assistant to the Chair.
492722 Student Services Coordinator Denver, CO
The Student Services Coordinator reports directly to the Associate Director for Academic Student Services in the Office of Graduate Education. The position supports the workflow of the operations of student services activities such as: policy administration, policy communication, thesis/dissertation formatting review, graduation, and student staff management. The position serves as a liaison and resource for graduate students, faculty and staff on graduate policies and procedures in support of the entire graduate population.
492702 Library Technician III Denver, CO
Reporting to the Institutional Repository Manager, this two-year temporary position works collaboratively on a cross-divisional project intended to improve research information management practices at the university, with particular attention paid to the publications authored by DU faculty. The person in this position will reconcile publication data in Activity Insight with authoritative sources and assist in the creation of ORCIDs for university faculty. This work requires great attention to detail and a keen understanding of bibliographic metadata and citation styles. It is similar to cataloging and metadata technician work in most respects.
492721 Custodial Worker II Denver, CO
Custodial positions performs general custodial services in and around buildings. The services include but aren’t limited to cleaning restrooms & classrooms, snow removal, relocating & setting up furniture & equipment and other duties as assigned.
492718 International Application Coordinator Denver, CO
The International Application Coordinator organizes and supervises the application process for all entry terms, first-year and transfer, regular and English Conditional, Early Action and Regular Decision. The Application Coordinator will ensure that applicants receive frequent communication regarding their application status and will deliver completed applications for admission decisions in a timely manner. The position will also gather required immigration documents so that admitted students can receive their I-20s and admission letters as soon as possible. Also, the Application Coordinator will communicate with admitted students to encourage them to deposit and complete their housing applications. The director relies on this position to maintain the application pool so that reports and projections are as reliable as possible.
492720 Customer Service Associate Denver, CO
The Customer Service Associate is one of two front desk for the Registrar’s Office and is the first point of contact for general incoming communications to the department. Customer Service Associates perform registration transactions in accordance with institutional policies. Customer Service Associates process additional routine student-service transactions. Customer Service Associates maintain accuracy and retention of registration-related materials and records, assist with filing of other student records, solve student registration problems, process student withdrawals in compliance with federal and institutional policies, maintain multi-line phone coverage, personal and email inquiries from students, parents and employees, refer calls and inquiries as appropriate within the Registrar’s Office and on campus, respond to emails sent to general registrar email account, reset Personal Identification numbers as needed, distribute office mail, handle monies from transcription orders, process enrollment and degree verifications, assist with filing, imaging and indexing student records, and perform a variety of additional administrative and clerical tasks as required.
492719 Enrollment Manager Denver, CO
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. The position is also responsible for meeting student retention and enrollment benchmarks in assigned programs by pro-actively providing superior, student-centered academic coaching and advising on issues directly and indirectly related to students academic planning, progress, and performance.
492708 Administrative Assistant, The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Denver, CO
The University of Denver Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) is looking for an executive administrative assistant, effective October 15, 2019. This administrative assistant will have responsibilities related to supporting the administrative and programming work of ODEI and its affiliates (IRISE, DULCCES, and ODEI Faculty Associate), working closely with the Vice Chancellor (VC) for Diversity and Inclusion.
492712 Assistant Professor, Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Aging and Aging Related Disease Denver, CO
The Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and the Department of Biological Sciences invites applicants for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level to begin September 1, 2020. We are seeking candidates with research interests directed at cellular and molecular mechanisms of aging and age-related diseases including but not limited to, neurodegenerative disorders, cancer, and diabetes. Individuals applying advanced cell biology, molecular, and genetic approaches, as well as animal models, are encouraged to apply. The candidates research program should augment the research directions in the Department of Biological Sciences The research lab will be housed in the new Knoebel Institute for Healthy Aging and the candidate will have opportunity for interactions within the Institute. Existing research groups at the Institute are focused Alzheimers disease, ALS, Parkinsons disease, Down syndrome and Healthy Aging.
492713 Assistant Professor, Evolutionary Biology Denver, CO
The Department of Biological Sciences invites applicants for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level to begin September 1, 2020. We are seeking candidates whose research addresses fundamental questions in evolutionary biology. Their research may fit into one of these major themes: the origin of novel traits, the generation and/or maintenance of diversity, or the evolution of traits associated with interspecific interactions.
492690 Director of Gift Administration & Records Management Denver, CO
The Director of Gift Administration & Records Management (GARM) develops and manages the administration of all University contributions, including the development and management of policy and procedures regarding the accurate processing, storage, and data related to University contributions. S/he works cross-functionally with various business owners to support their data management needs, as well as managing the strategy for records management for Advancement constituents, with primary responsibility for maintaining the Advancement GARM data in the divisions software platform, currently Ellucians CRM Advance. S/he leads the GARM team, which processes all gifts to the University, including but not limited to cash/outright gifts, pledges, matching gifts, securities, gifts-in-kind, and gifts of real estate, and related donor correspondence, such as tax receipts and pledge reminders.
492697 Executive Assistant, Daniels College of Business Denver, CO
The Executive Assistant to the Dean reports directly to the Dean and provides senior level executive support to the Dean. Position requires attention to detail, discretion and insightful judgment, ability to multi-task, prioritize, and make independent decisions without missing critical deadlines.
492709 Adjunct Faculty, Information and Communications Technology Denver, CO
The role of adjunct faculty in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Program is to teach students in ten Master’s concentrations and eight Certificate concentrations. Our courses are offered in three primary formats including on-campus, online, and hybrid; for a select few courses we use a HiFlex course format.
492710 Adjunct Faculty, Web Design and Development Denver, CO
The role of adjunct faculty in the Web Design and Development concentration in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) program is to teach adult learners in the master's and certificate concentrations.
492714 Degree Evaluator Denver, CO
The Degree Evaluator is one of three academic credential evaluators in the Office of the Registrar. Position reviews academic records of designated undergraduate degree applicants to determine degree requirements and degree eligibility. Advises students on eligibility and requirements. Verifies that degree requirements have been met for undergraduate degree candidates each quarter and records degrees on University of Denver Student Information System (Banner). Position verifies accuracy of degree certifications for graduate students submitted by academic units and records degrees. Uses automated advising system (CAPP/APR) to verify degree requirements and exceptions. Position serves as departmental liaison to designated academic units and student services units. Performs special student services duties as assigned.

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