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492695 Associate Teacher - Fisher Early Learning Center Denver, CO
The Associate Teacher will assist in the development and implementation of the classroom environment in the facilitation of the cognitive, social-emotional, physical, language, and communication development of the children within the program. This position will provide assistance as a member of the teaching team in the planning, organization, implementation, and delivery of program services based on the mission and philosophy of the center. The incumbent will assist in the development of a classroom plan for curriculum, individual child planning, and family communication. The Associate Teacher will direct the development and implementation of the classroom environment, curriculum, and family communication in the absence of the Master Teacher and will work as a member of an interdisciplinary team. This position is in a Toddler classroom.
492699 Irrigation Technician I Denver, CO
With little or no supervision, this position performs repairs and maintenance at a semi-skilled level routine maintenance, field layout, irrigation system maintenance.
492703 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.
492698 Cataloging Technician III Denver, CO
This part-time position reports is responsible for new and copy cataloging, database maintenance including bibliographic and item record updates, authority control, and batch loading records from a variety of sources. Participates as a member of the Cataloging department. This position has acquired skills and knowledge complex in nature; contributes analysis and initiative required in resolving problems.
492691 Senior Technical Support Specialist Denver, CO
Reporting to the Technical Support Specialist II, within the IT Campus Partnerships Department, this position is responsible for the maintenance and monitoring of a variety of technology solutions. This position requires an understanding of infrastructure, excellent customer service, and knowledge of the essential tools required to support the DU community. This position works closely with University customers, IT specialists within IT Campus Partnerships and IT Infrastructure, and vendors to manage and evaluates technologies. The position requires the technician to remain current with industry best practices and participate within a team environment. The individual in this position needs to possess an understanding of established procedures, and has the ability to resolve complex issues, applying skills and knowledge in multiple functions.
492692 Graduate Tax Program Manager Denver, CO
The Graduate Tax Program Manager is responsible for providing a comprehensive suite of services to the law school’s Graduate Tax Program students, with a particular focus on academic advising, online program support, exam and registration support, and expanding professional opportunities for future graduate students. The Program Manager will report directly to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, while working closely with the Director of the Graduate Tax Program. The Program Manager will also work closely with the Graduate Admissions Director, the Office of the Registar, the Office of Student Affairs, the law school’s Externship Office, and its Office of Career Development & Opportunities.
492635 Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enterprise Application Services Denver, CO
The University of Denver invites applications for an Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enterprise Application Services. Inquiries, nominations and applications are invited. For fullest consideration, applicant materials should be received by October 28, 2019. Candidates should provide a resume or curriculum vitae, along with a letter of application. These materials should be sent via e-mail to the University of Denver’s consultants, Nick Giannas and Tammy Jackson, at tjackson@wittkieffer.com. Inquiries and nominations may also be directed to the consultants through the same email address.
492681 Assistant Professor of Art History - Contemporary Art Denver, CO
The School of Art and Art History at the University of Denver invites applications for a full time, tenure-track faculty position beginning September 2020. We seek a productive scholar and effective teacher specializing in Contemporary Art of the past 40 years with a global range beyond Europe and its diaspora.
492686 Administrative Assistant, Accountancy Denver, CO
This is a full-time, benefited position, responsible for advanced office management and administrative work requiring initiative and independent judgment. Tasks include general office management, reception of visitors and answering of telephones, assisting faculty and students with course needs and bureaucratic challenges, managing mail services, and event management. Incumbent is also responsible for managing departmental processes (tenure reviews, hiring procedures, scheduling lectures, requesting classrooms and meeting rooms, processing reimbursements, maintaining student files, processing admission to the BSAcc and the awarding of scholarships, etc.) and monitoring departmental budgets. Incumbent may have contact with high level administrative offices requiring use of business vocabulary, tact, discretion, and judgment. Incumbent will assist director with day-to-day operations, special projects, and contacts with industry professionals and alumni.
492687 Office Assistant - Application Processor Denver, CO
The Office Assistant-Application Processor is a temporary, full-time position in the Office of International Student Admission. There are two openings for this position. This is a non-benefited position, not to exceed 1000 hours per calendar year. The duration of the position is from approximately late September 2019 to approximately late April 2020. A full-time work schedule equates to 37.5 hours per week. However, required hours will vary between 37.5 and 40 hours depending upon weekly work volume. No overtime is expected.
492688 Project Manager, Conference & Event Services Denver, CO
The Project Manager has overall responsibility for the direction, coordination, implementation, executive control and completion of the projects, while remaining aligned with strategy, commitments and goals of Conference & Event Services (CES). Ensures all CES project activities are on schedule and completed on-time. Provides administrative and logistical support including meeting arrangements, progress tracking, documentation, and communication. Prepares reports for upper management regarding status of projects and works with stakeholders to ensure successful completion of projects. Position reports to the Executive Director of Conference & Event Services.
492675 Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications, University College Denver, CO
The position will oversee and execute a range of marketing, branding, and communication efforts for University College and its partners, including writing and designing multichannel communication plans, designing print and digital advertisements, creating or overseeing production of video content, editing content, and managing execution of marketing campaigns. The Assistant Director will also carefully track and interpret marketing performance analytics, and will have the latitude to make necessary strategic decisions and adjustments to improve performance.
492683 Program Manager, The Center for Judaic Studies Denver, CO
This position manages many annual events and oversees marketing and PR. The position works closely with the Director of CJS, the Director of the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society, and the Interfaith Chair. The position also oversees and assigns tasks to the Assistant to the Director, part-time staff, and student workers.
492684 Part-Time Project Assistant, The Psychology Department Denver, CO
The Project Assistant will assist with a grant-funded research project working with women and infants. We currently conduct a multi-year research project investigating the effects of prenatal poverty and cannabis use on brain development and mother-infant attachment. The project assistant will help schedule home/site visits; conduct home and brain scan visits including clinical interviews, behavioral assessments, and collecting biological samples & neuroimaging (fMRI & fNIRS) data of mothers and newborns; data entry and processing; and project-relevant administrative tasks. The research experience will be an excellent fit for individuals who plan to apply for medical, nursing, neuroscience, clinical and developmental psychology graduate programs.
492682 Master Teacher - Fisher Early Learning Center Denver, CO
The Master Teacher will direct the development and implementation of the classroom environment in the facilitation of the cognitive, social-emotional, physical, language, and communication development of the children within the program. This position will provide supervision and mentorship to teaching team members by modeling best practices in an inclusive setting based on the mission and philosophy of the center in coordination with directors. The incumbent will direct the development of a classroom plan for curriculum, individual child planning, and family communication.
492680 Assistant Director, Graduate Admissions Denver, CO
The primary responsibility of this position is to focus on actively recruiting students to one or more graduate programs in the Daniels College of Business. This important member of the team will identify key points of program differentiation and advise prospective students regarding degree options based on their academic backgrounds and career plans. In consultation with his/her direct report, this person will implement and expand recruiting opportunities and recommend methods and opportunities for developing new student markets. He/she must have the ability to understand and interpret various types of data trends in order to create market-responsive strategies and to closely track the effectiveness of those strategies. He/she will also conduct admission interviews, assist with New Student Orientation activities, and participate in graduate admissions events and other recruiting events as appropriate. This person also acts as an Admissions Manager to applicants and prospective applicants, advising on admissions criteria, various programs, and keeping the line of communications open through email and phone until the applicant has matriculated.
492663 IT Systems Engineer Intern, University Libraries Denver, CO
This is a temporary, 6-month position, working in the University Libraries, Library Technology Services (LTS) department (three full-time staff consisting of an Information Technologies and two Software Developers). LTS works collaboratively with campus IT and other departments to maintain library systems, this includes maintenance, upgrades, and setting high level strategic direction for our library technology infrastructure. LTS also develops library applications, focusing on working with open source technologies and building them in a sustainable manner.
492679 Associate Director, Development Denver, CO
This position will assist with fundraising efforts for student-athletes scholarships, facilities, individual sports, donor benefits, gifts in kind and other donor enhancement.
492676 Postdoctoral Fellowship, Denver FIRST Denver, CO
We are pleased to announce a second postdoctoral fellowship position at the University of Denver's forensic psychology institute, Denver FIRST. The fellowship provides opportunities for forensic practice, supervision, research, and teaching. While this fellowship position offers a blend of forensic evaluation practice and academic duties, it also has a second primary emphasis on competency-related services. The fellowship program at Denver FIRST has been formally determined to meet the criteria for the American Board of Forensic Psychology (ABFP) five-year experience waiver.
492668 Grants and Contracts Administrator - Marsico Institute Denver, CO
The Marsico Institute for Early Learning and Literacy is accepting applications for the Grant and Contract Administrator. Under the direct supervision of the Director of Research Operations, this position is the primary departmental contact for the Institute in the area of sponsored research and other sponsored programs, as well as, research conduct and compliance.

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