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492848 Assistant Professor, Emergent Digital Practices Denver, CO
The Emergent Digital Practices program is accepting applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor to start in Fall 2020. We seek an artist/scholar who is critically, theoretically and creatively engaged in the practices and discourses of Emergent Digital Media. We are interested in candidates that demonstrate the potential for excellent teaching and will have a research and creative practice that complements existing program strengths. Candidates should demonstrate compelling breadth across the digital arts/humanities/social sciences/ sciences/technology, preferably in areas and ways not yet addressed by current EDP faculty. We are especially interested in candidates who consider emergent and forward reaching methods of dissemination of their outcomes, including writing, as part of their practice in emergent digital media fields.
492858 Accountant Denver, CO
The accounting area within Student Financial Services ensures the integrity of the general ledger as well as student accounts through reconciliations, reports, and audits. Reconciles the flow of financial information related to Student Financial Services among the University's key financial systems. Generates all financial reports required to ensure the accuracy of the University's financial systems.
492835 Assistant Director for Housing Denver, CO
The Assistant Director for Housing plays an integral role with all processes identified by Housing and Residential Education operations. This position reports to the Director of Housing and works closely with other staff in the Division and the DU community. Specifically, this position will have interaction with parents, students, and other university administrative staff and faculty.
492852 Professor of the Practice of Art History and Museum Studies (Open Rank) Denver, CO
The School of Art and Art History at the University of Denver (DU) invites applications for a half-time open rank Professor of the Practice of Art History and Museum Studies, non-tenure track, faculty position beginning September 2020. We seek an experienced museum professional and effective teacher to direct our program in Museum Studies. The School of Art and Art History is strongly committed to building a diverse and inclusive educational environment, which is in full accord with the value that DU places on Inclusive Excellence. Candidates must demonstrate ability to integrate content and issues relating to, and to work effectively with, ethnically/racially or otherwise diverse populations.
492855 Assistant Golf Professional Highlands Ranch, CO
The Assistant Golf Professional assists the Head Golf Professional in the management of day-to-day golf operations of the facility. The position is responsible to supervise and manage total golf operations in the absence of the Head Golf Professional.
492843 ADA Accommodation Coordinator/Investigator Denver, CO
This full-time position is structured to perform the following responsibilities equally (50% ADA Accommodation Coordinator and 50% Investigator).  Day-to-day workload varies based on the volume and needs of the office.  Reporting to the Director of Equal Opportunity and Title IX Coordinator, the ADA Accommodation Coordinator/Investigator is responsible for coordinating the University’s efforts to comply with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities in job application procedures, hiring, firing, advancement, compensation, job training, and other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment. The ADA Accommodation Coordinator/Investigator also provides professional and technical support to the EOIX Office by investigating complaints of discrimination, harassment, or gender-based violence on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, religion, creed, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, pregnancy, military enlistment, veteran status, or genetic information. This includes investigating alleged gender-based violence in violation of Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 (which may include sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating and domestic violence, and stalking).  The Investigator conducts investigations involving faculty, staff, and students at the University of Denver.
492842 Communications Editor Denver, CO
Butler Institute for Families is seeking a Communications Editor to provide editing and communications services for internal and external documents, reports, proposals, briefs, media postings, website content, curricula, and other marketing materials. This position is also expected to edit and format materials for project-related work, of which Butler has a wide portfolio with significant needs, including two large multi-year federal grants. This position will also support Butler’s media and website presence by ensuring consistent audience and content information in written communication tools to continually raise Butler’s profile.
492847 Project Manager Denver, CO
The Project Manager is responsible for strategic projects within the Chancellor’s Office. Reporting to the Senior Vice Chancellor and Chief of Staff and working with the University’s senior leadership, the Project Manager monitors the progress and manages the budget of strategic projects, collaborates with key constituents, and other duties as related to the project(s).
492844 Postdoctoral Fellowship, Denver FIRST Denver, CO
We are pleased to announce Denver FIRST’s fifth annual postdoctoral fellowship position at the University of Denver. The fellowship provides opportunities for forensic practice, supervision, research, and teaching. Primarily, the fellowship offers a blend of forensic evaluation practice and academic duties.
492845 Project Manager for Accreditation Denver, CO
We seek a part-time project manager to manage all administrative aspects of the accreditation and recognition processes for GSPP’s academic programs through J
492817 Post-Doctoral Resident Denver, CO
The Post-Doctoral Residency is designed for candidates with a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology who are interested in working in a college counseling center that highly values inclusivity and equity, combining clinical work, supervision, training, and outreach to develop depth as well as breadth of professional skills.  In addition to two Postdoctoral Residents, the HCC offers four APA-accredited Doctoral Internships through the GSPP Consortium, four primary practicum positions, as well as psychiatric residencies and secondary practicum placements. The postdoctoral resident provides direct counseling/psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and outreach/prevention services to DU students, faculty, and staff. This position works within an integrated care model including primary care, mental health, gender violence advocacy services, and health promotion in the Health and Counseling Center. The postdoctoral resident may be involved in supervision for doctoral-level practicum students, and leads groups and conducts workshop as needed. This position includes a focus on Inclusive Excellence and supporting the implementation of initiatives for historically marginalized and underserved populations through campus partnerships and outreach. This is a full-time, 40 hours per week position with medical insurance and leave time. The position requires some evening clinic hours and occasional evening and weekend outreach/crisis events. The postdoctoral fellow reports to the Associate Director/Training Director and is supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist.
492830 Project Manager, CO Civil Justice Corps-SCOL (part time) Denver, CO
Denver Law seeks a Part-time Project Manager for the Colorado Civil Justice Corps (CCJC). CCJC will enhance and increase direct civil legal services to crime victims across the state by selecting five nonprofits to host recent Denver Law graduates as two-year fellows. These fellowships will be funded by the Office for Victim Programs (OVP), and Denver Law will assist OVP and its steering committee to recruit and select the host nonprofits, recruit and select the legal fellows, and then train and provide technical assistance to the fellows throughout the two-year fellowship. The Project Manager will work with Denver Law faculty and staff to implement this program. This is a non-benefited position not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year.
492841 Associate Director, Student CRM Communications Denver, CO
The Associate Director of Student CRM Communications, reporting to the Assistant Provost of Student Success, plays a critical role in ensuring the successful adoption of Inspire for Advisors by faculty and staff advisors across campus. This position will implement policies, practices, and procedures designed to elevate the operations of communication platforms including architecting and implementing. This is an outward-facing role, in which the position will work very closely with units across campus including Academic Advising, the Registrars office, various schools and academic units, and IT. The individual will also provide user training and communicate how to design effective processes within the university's CRM solution.
492838 Senior Director Denver, CO
IAALS is a solution-oriented research institute located at the University of Denver that works to forge innovative and practical solutions to problems within the American legal system. We connect with experts, stakeholders, and users of our system to achieve our mission in five distinct areas: civil justice reform, family justice reform, the judiciary, legal education, and the legal profession. This is a unique opportunity to work alongside another Senior Director in leading IAALS’ groundbreaking work. This position will initially focus on leading our programs related to legal education and the delivery of legal services, including the regulation of the legal profession. In addition to this programmatic work, the Senior Director will serve on IAALS’ senior leadership team, help identify and implement strategic plans for IAALS and its programmatic areas, identify and maintain partnerships, participate in development opportunities, develop and lead projects, manage and develop staff to support IAALS objectives, and represent IAALS in public settings.
492839 Business Coordinator Denver, CO
The Business Coordinator position provides office management and administrative support to the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (CAHSS) Deans Office. Duties include the day-to-day oversight of the CAHSS main administrative office in Sturm Hall, general building oversight and management for Sturm Hall and other facilities within the college, and general administrative support for the college's Business and Operations unit.
492829 Assistive Technology Manager Denver, CO
The Assistive Technology Manager will review supporting documentation and requests for accommodations from students, rendering opinions on appropriate accommodations with a focus on students who have sensory disabilities, mobility loss and those with print disabilities. They will also orient, support and provide guidance to students and their families about the disability accommodations process at the University, and appropriate use of accommodations.
492834 Teaching Assistant Professor, Mathematics Denver, CO
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Denver invites applications for a Teaching Assistant Professor position in Mathematics to begin on September 1, 2020. This is a non-tenure-track position that is renewable annually, with the possibility of eventual promotions to higher ranks (Teaching Associate Professor, Teaching Professor) and longer term contracts. The University of Denver is a medium-size (12,000 students) private university located in a thriving metropolis at the base of the Rocky Mountains. The Department of Mathematics consists of twenty faculty and offers bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees. Active areas of research include algebraic logic, combinatorics, ergodic theory, functional analysis, graph theory, nonassociative algebra, noncommutative geometry, number theory, operator theory, probability, representation theory, set theory, statistical physics and topological dynamics.
492828 Education Specialist Denver, CO
The education specialist is responsible for literacy instruction within the education program at one Bridge Project site. This includes teaching set curricula, creating appropriate lessons and materials, assessment of participant reading levels, creation of individual literacy plans and oversight of tutors at the site in which they are assigned.
492827 Site Director Denver, CO
The site director reports directly to The Bridge Project director of programs and community partnerships. The site director position is responsible for program implementation, facilities management and supervision of the staff team at the assigned site which includes the program assistant, Tech Team members, and assigned interns.
492822 Lab Manager Denver, CO
The primary functions of the Electrical Lab Manager are to oversee the electrical engineering laboratories, to instruct undergraduate and graduate students in the safe, correct operation of the lab equipment and to support faculty as needed in research and lab courses. The Electrical Lab Manager is expected to manage the supplies and budget for the labs and to maintain all the equipment in good working order.

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