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494399 Equity Labs Executive Director Denver, CO
Reporting to the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) Dean, the Equity Labs Executive Director is responsible for the overall leadership, programming, and financial well-being of the institute. Primarily externally-facing, the Executive Director is solely responsible for client business development (i.e., working to identify and secure contracts with organizations or groups who could benefit from Equity Lab training) and then on-going relationship management with our target audiences of corporate, non-profit, and public sector leaders. The Executive Director coordinates among new and existing clients, program staff, and facilitators to identify clients’ diversity, equity, and inclusion needs and develop impactful solutions.
494400 Executive Assistant to the Dean, Graduate School of Social Work Denver, CO
The Executive Assistant to the Dean reports directly to the Dean and is responsible for managing the Dean’s Office and supporting the Dean in administrative details of managing the School and project management. The responsibilities are diverse and range from directly supporting the Dean by managing the Dean’s schedule, arranging travel itineraries, and overseeing various components of the Dean's suite operations, to providing administrative support to various faculty and staff committees, and preparing written communications and reports for a number of stakeholder groups. This position serves as an initial point of contact for a variety of constituencies within the school, the university, and the larger community. The Executive Assistant is expected to promote the values of social justice, inclusive excellence, and inter-departmental collaboration in the spirit of One DU and to represent the Dean.
494412 Marketing Manager, Division of Marketing & Communications Denver, CO
The Marketing Manager (MM) oversees development of key external and internal marketing tools. The MM will advance the institution’s brand reputation through the successful execution of purposeful campaigns, projects, creative work and messaging to showcase the university’s brand and strategic initiatives. The MM supports unit leadership in a variety of ways, including oversight of advertising fulfillment, brand ambassador engagement, promotional event experiences, marketing asset production, toolkit development, campaign execution and marketing evaluation. The MM leads and maintains the strategic development and distribution of a variety of marketing materials in electronic and print format, including web content, brochures, fact sheets and posters, scripts and talking points, advertisements, promotional articles, emails, and environmental displays; writes and edits content as needed; supervises select marketing team members; coordinates special events/sponsorships and the work of designers, videographers, photographers, writers and select vendors.
494395 Marketing Coordinator, Daniels College of Business Denver, CO
The Marketing Coordinator is responsible for supporting the employer relations team in its internal and external marketing efforts. This position is responsible for developing and implementing an employer-facing newsletter, marketing campaigns, including social media, website, digital and print materials. This is a part-time position that is 20 hours per week, with some flexibility during the recruiting season. This is a non-benefited position not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year.
494354 Program Director, Frontline Manager Leadership Program Denver, CO
Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Enrollment, Marketing, and Partnerships, the Program Director is responsible for day-to-day management of the Frontline Manager Leadership Program (FMLP), a custom corporate online course for undergraduate post-traditional learners, including delivering an exceptional end-to-end experience for students and adjunct faculty coaches. The Program Director leads overall program management and administration, with an emphasis on content delivery, adjunct faculty coach selection and development, instructional delivery, administrative logistics, student satisfaction, and program budget management. The Program Director and its direct report (FMLP Academic Advisor) are points of contact for all students and adjunct faculty coaches and extensive student and adjunct faculty coach interface is required. The Program Director will foster strong partnerships with client partners with support from other University College leaders.
494380 Adjunct Faculty, Transportation Legal Studies: Contracts and Regulation Denver, CO
The Transportation Institute at the University of Denver currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience in transportation law who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in a career-focused program. The role of adjunct faculty in the Legal Studies: Contracts and Regulation course is to teach graduate students enrolled in the M.S. in Transportation Management the overarching concepts of laws, contracting, and regulatory affairs that pertain to this industry. Particular emphasis will be placed on contracts between shippers and carriers, regulatory impacts related to import/export, principal legal requirements for carriers, and the general Federal & Administrative law that pertains to trade, transportation, and supply chain in general.
494381 Adjunct Faculty, Information Systems Security Denver, CO
University College is currently seeking adjunct faculty within our Information and Communication Technology (ICT) program, with extensive industry experience in information systems security, who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in career-focused programs. At this time we are seeking applicants for both on-campus and online course delivery. At this time, applicants with on-campus availability are given extra consideration. Courses are delivered on-campus one night a week from 6PM – 9PM (MT) five nights out of a ten week course (five weeks are delivered online).
494383 Adjunct Faculty, Supply Chain Management Denver, CO
The University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience in supply chain management who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in its career-focused Supply Chain Management program, which is offered jointly between University College’s Transportation and Supply Chain Institute and the Daniels College of Business. The program is administered through University College. Extensive knowledge of supply chain management at an executive or managerial level, and significant experience in business analytics and mentoring business professionals is strongly recommended.
494385 Adjunct Faculty, Health Data Science (on campus course delivery) Denver, CO
The Health Informatics program at University College at the University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience in health data science who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in this career-focused program. At this time, we are seeking applicants that can teach in person, on campus hybrid course format.
494374 Adjunct Faculty, Sturm College of Law Denver, CO
The Sturm College of Law is accepting applications for adjunct faculty to teach courses for the Spring 2022 semester. Adjunct faculty positions are non-benefited positions. More information about the courses can be found on the Registrar’s Office Schedule of Classes https://www.du.edu/registrar/course/scheduleofclasses.html Adjunct faculty are required to teach as scheduled, hold office hours, assign papers and exams as appropriate and be available to assist students with assignments. Adjunct faculty are required to comply with all University of Denver COVID-19 protocols. The Sturm College of Law operates on a semester system.
494375 Adjunct Faculty, Sturm College of Law, Lawyering in Spanish Denver, CO
The Sturm College of Law is accepting applications for adjunct faculty to teach Lawyering in Spanish for the Spring 2022 semester. Adjunct faculty positions are non-benefited positions. More information about the courses can be found on the Registrar’s Office Schedule of Classes https://www.du.edu/registrar/course/scheduleofclasses.html Adjunct faculty are required to teach as scheduled, hold office hours, assign papers and exams as appropriate and be available to assist students with assignments. Adjunct faculty are required to comply with all University of Denver COVID-19 protocols. The Sturm College of Law operates on a semester system.
494376 Adjunct Faculty, Sturm College of Law, Subjects in Corporate and Commercial Law Denver, CO
The Sturm College of Law is accepting applications for adjunct faculty for Spring 2022 and future semesters to teach courses in Corporate and Commercial Law (including, but not limited to: contract and corporate drafting, corporations, commercial law, bankruptcy, and secured transactions). Adjunct faculty positions are non-benefited positions. More information about the courses can be found on the Registrar’s Office Schedule of Classes https://www.du.edu/registrar/course/scheduleofclasses.html and at the registrar’s course descriptions page https://www.law.du.edu/forms/registrar/course-list.cfm Adjunct faculty are required to teach as scheduled, hold office hours, assign papers and exams as appropriate and be available to assist students with assignments. Adjunct faculty are required to comply with all University of Denver COVID-19 protocols. The Sturm College of Law operates on a semester system.
494258 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 exchangers.
494372 Assistant Director Private Sector Denver, CO
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law, a Top 75 U.S. law school and a national leader in experiential learning, seeks to hire an innovative, knowledgeable, and dedicated career services professional to serve as an Assistant Director for Private Sector Opportunities within its Office of Career Development and Opportunities (CDO). Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Career Opportunities, and working closely with the Director of External Relations and with other members of the CDO team, the Assistant Director for Private Sector Opportunities will spur efforts to expand professional opportunities for students and alumni, with an emphasis on the private sector. The Assistant Director will have an up-to-date, market-relevant understanding of the variety of legal practice settings available to students trained in law, including law firms (solo, boutique, mid-sized, and large), accounting firms, consulting firms, financial services companies, start-ups, and other for-profit entities.
494373 Assistant Director Public Sector Denver, CO
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law, a Top 75 U.S. law school and a national leader in experiential learning, seeks to hire an innovative, knowledgeable, and dedicated career services professional to serve as an Assistant Director for Public Service Opportunities within its Office of Career Development and Opportunities (CDO). Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Career Opportunities, and working closely with the Director of External Relations and with other members of the CDO team, the Assistant Director for Public Service Opportunities will spur efforts to expand public service opportunities for students and alumni, with an emphasis on judicial clerkships, prosecutors offices, public defender offices, other federal and state governmental bodies, governmental postgraduate honors fellowships, public interest fellowships, and non-profits. The Assistant Director will have an up-to-date, market-relevant understanding of the variety of legal practice settings available to students interested in public service careers.
494403 Academic Counselor, Learning Effectiveness Program Denver, CO
The LEP Academic Counselor will provide academic support to a caseload of students by meeting with each student for an hour each week and being available during normal work hours by phone and email. The Academic Counselor will work with the student on areas of student development related to self-awareness, self-advocacy, self-determination, and accountability; as well as assisting the student in navigating the 10-week quarter; connecting with the appropriate resources; planning, organization, time management, etc.
494352 Assistant or Associate Professor, 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 2022. We are seeking a heterodox economist doing research in the areas of economic development and / or international trade, with a focus on gender in either area. 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 “Economics: A Critical Introduction” (ECON 1020) and/or “Introduction to Micro- and Macroeconomics” (ECON 1030). 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.
494390 Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory Technician Denver, CO
The Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory Technician is responsible for general support functions for specimen processing and analysis within a molecular diagnostics testing laboratory. Functions performed may include but are not limited to data entry for samples being tested, pickup and delivery of specimens to the laboratory, proper specimen handling including centrifugation, pipetting and assay setup/processing, and post-assay data analysis.
494358 IT Phone Support Technician Denver, CO
Reporting to the Manager of the Help Center, this position is responsible for answering technical questions through phone and email; troubleshooting and configuring on-campus network connectivity and off-campus access to campus resources; helping students, faculty, and staff with Microsoft Office applications, DU system and application support (email, passwords, etc.), and basic software and hardware troubleshooting. This includes over the phone, email and remote support during business, evening hours and/or weekends. Additionally, this position will communicate ongoing problems with co-workers and management and escalate hardware/software issues when needed.
494371 Substitute Teacher, Ricks Center for Gifted Children Denver, CO
This position will secure and sustain the overall well-being of children and to support the implementation of classroom and program plans. The Substitute Teacher will assume all classroom duties in the absence of the classroom teacher.

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