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495233 Model Development Research Associate - Pardee Center for International Futures - Josef Korbel School of International Affairs Denver, CO
Modeling Associates fill a critical research role at the Pardee Center. Modeling Associates use and develop the International Futures (IFs) model to produce policy-relevant research. The position is involved in various aspects of data analysis, model conceptualization, model code development, model testing and validation, and the contribution to significant research outputs. This position will also participate in a variety of Center-wide activities, including training, team meetings, and research center governance. This position is contingent on the availability of research funding.
495236 Sales and Event Manager Denver, CO
This position coordinates day-to-day activities for sales, marketing, and events for the entire CES event portfolio which includes internal and external events, summer conferences and camps, and weddings as assigned. The primary sales responsibilities are to assist in lead generation, manage leads through the sales process, and assist the sales team in meeting target goals. The primary marketing responsibilities are to coordinate day-to-day projects, conduct research, and assist in the measurement of results for various marketing campaigns. The primary responsibilities as an event coordinator are to coordinate and assist with all planning and event logistics from beginning to end and assist the events team. This position will make excellent service a priority to ensure high quality service is provided with clients, campus and external service partners, subcontractors, consultants, and DU staff. This position reports to the Director of Marketing and Events.
495238 Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor Denver, CO
The Department of Physics and Astronomy has a one-year opportunity for a Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor for Academic Year 2022-23.
495239 Assistant Director, Career Development and Opportunity-Sturm College of Law Denver, CO
The Assistant Director will provide professional counseling to JD and Master’s students, contribute to programmatic initiatives designed to expand professional opportunities, and strengthen relationships with employers and prospective employers. In undertaking these responsibilities, the Assistant Director will leverage an up-to-date, market-relevant understanding of the variety of legal practice settings available to law graduates, including law firms (solo, boutique, mid-sized, and large), accounting firms, clerkships, governmental agencies, and non-profit organizations.
495246 Executive Assistant, Student Affairs & Inclusive Excellence Denver, CO
Reporting to the Director of Strategy and Communication this position serves as the Executive Assistant for the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs & Inclusive Excellence (SAIE). This position will work to ensure the Vice Chancellors daily workflow is efficient and effective for optimal organizational performance. As a critical support system for the Vice Chancellors senior leadership team, this role will be involved in decision-making processes that require robust administrative support, confidentiality, and desire to contribute as a thought partner. This role will support with the preparation and execution of an array of divisional and campus-wide projects.
495274 Assistant Athletic Trainer Denver, CO
The University of Denver has a proud athletic tradition that compliments the schools academic endeavors. In its history, DU has won 33 national championships and enables student-athletes to compete on 18 Division 1 teams. The Pioneers pursue championships, excel academically, and represent both the University and their respective conferences to the best of their abilities. The assistant athletic trainer is responsible for assisting with the organization, management, and development of the University's intercollegiate sports medicine program.
494976 Grant Administrator, Graduate School of Social Work Denver, CO
Reporting to the Director of Budget and Planning, the Grant Administrator position will work in coordination with the Senior Grant Administrator and share responsibilities including work for specific Institutes or new grants, as well as serve as a departmental liaison between the Office of Sponsored Programs at DU and the faculty principal investigators of the Graduate School of Social Work.
495028 Senior Grants Administrator, Graduate School of Social Work Denver, CO
The Senior Grant Administrator is experienced in managing federal, state, local, and private grants and awards. The position requires knowledge and experience working with electronic research administration systems such as Banner, InfoEd, Workspace, E-grants, and NIH systems such as ASSIST and Grants.Gov submission processes. Extensive pre-award and post-award experience is required, as well as proven organization and time management skills and the ability to meet deadlines. The successful candidate will have exceptional analytical skills and bring a collaborative leadership style. This position is part of the Business Operations Office at the Graduate School of Social Work and reports to the Director of Budget and Planning.
495231 Coordinator of Health Promotion – Gender Violence & Sexual Health Denver, CO
Coordinator of Health Promotion – Gender Violence and Sexual Health works as part of the HCC Health Promotion team and is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating high quality campus health promotion initiatives that meet the needs of the diverse University of Denver student community. The Coordinator of Health Promotion – Gender Violence and Sexual Health is specifically responsible for overseeing all aspects of Health Promotion’s gender violence prevention education, bystander intervention, and sexual health programs. The position serves as the liaison between Health Promotion and the Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment (CAPE) as well as the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX (EOIX). In this capacity, the role participates in various committees and meetings to keep the pulse on trends that inform data-driven programming. Additionally, this position is equally responsible for creating and fostering positive collaborative relationships with various offices across campus to bring a true multidisciplinary approach to the work.
495249 Instructional Designer Denver, CO
University College is accepting applications for an Instructional Designer position. This position engages in instructional design to support courses, in multiple modalities, including fully online, on-campus, hybrid, and hyflex modalities. This position is one member of a team responsible for course design and review to ensure the quality of the educational experience for students of University College.
495062 Employer Relations Coordinator, JKSIS Denver, CO
This position will demonstrate advocacy of inclusive excellence values in employer relationship management.  The position reports to the Associate Director of the Korbel Office of Career & Professional Development.
495203 Program Coordinator, Denver FIRST Juvenile Justice Project Denver, CO
This position will support all aspects of the Denver FIRST Juvenile Justice project to ensure that the grant deliverables are fulfilled. This will include project management, financial management, clinical supervision, student employee management, and community outreach and engagement. The Program Coordinator will collect, analyze, and report on data related to the Program, including assisting with program evaluation and quality improvement activities. In addition, the Project Coordinator will help develop workshops for professional development related to trauma-informed care for juvenile justice involved youth. This is an hourly, benefited staff position with a typical work schedule of 37.5 hours/week. The position will report to Dr. Apryl Alexander, Denver FIRST Juvenile Justice Project Director; financial and budget support will be supervised by GSPPs Grant Administrator. The position is funded by a grant; funding is available through September 30, 2023.
495204 Afghan Care Navigator Denver, CO
The TDRC is looking for a part-time, benefited Afghan Care Navigator to assist the TDRC director and Afghan student clinician with Afghan project community outreach, assessment, resource connection and initiatives.
495230 Research Associate - Pardee Center for International Futures at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies Denver, CO
Research Associates fill a critical research role at the Pardee Center. Research Associates use and develop the International Futures (IFs) model to produce policy-relevant research. This position also may be involved in training and client interaction and is expected to supervise and manage staff and student employees on projects and deliverables. This position will also participate in a variety of Center-wide activities, including training, team meetings, and research center governance. This position will contribute to various projects by utilizing the IFs model to produce analysis, lead a team of graduate students in the use of the tool, and engage with policy-makers. This position is contingent on the continued availability of research funding.
495234 Visiting Assistant Professor of the Practice and Inclusive Excellence Fellow, Sturm College of Law Denver, CO
The Sturm College of Law seeks to hire a dedicated and innovative individual to join its nationally recognized Lawyering Process Program as a Visiting Assistant Professor of the Practice and Inclusive Excellence Fellow, with particular regard for candidates from groups historically underrepresented in the legal profession. The Visiting Assistant Professor will teach a first‐year, two‐semester course as part of the law school’s nationally recognized Lawyering Process Program, which trains students in the foundational elements of legal research and writing, document drafting, and professional practice skills. Professional mentorship will be provided by faculty members in the Lawyering Process Program, who are national leaders in the field of legal writing, with the goal of supporting the teaching, research, and public engagement of candidates interested in entering the legal academy.    The successful candidate would be expected to commence employment no later than August 1, 2022. This is a one-year, benefited appointment with the possibility of renewal for a second year.
494827 Ricks Innovation and Instruction Specialist Denver, CO
The Innovation and Instruction Specialist is a transformational and innovative pedagogical leader, responsible for the overall instructional technologies at Ricks. The Innovation and Instruction Specialist informs the Ricks Leadership Team, coordinating all school efforts under the direction of the Director.
495155 Adjunct Faculty, University College Denver, CO
University College is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry experience who can facilitate the learning experience of adult learners in career-focused programs.
495207 Assistive Technology Specialist Denver, CO
The Assistive Technology Specialist (ATS) reports to the Director of the DSP. This position will supervise the Alternate Format Text Production Manager (AFT Manager) when DSP has this position and the AFT production and distribution process. The ATS will be responsible for meeting the assistive technology (AT) needs of students approved accommodations. They will review supporting disability documentation and requests for accommodations from assigned students, and render decisions on reasonable and appropriate accommodations with a focus on students who have print disabilities that need AT to access their coursework and materials. They will partner with the rest of the DSP team to also orient, support, and provide guidance to students and their families about the disability accommodations process at the University, and the appropriate use of accommodations. The ATS will work directly with the AFT Manager to assist students to learn and use assistive technology (AT) solutions and resources needed to access alternate format texts (AFT), including software such as text-to-speech (TTS) and computer screen readers. This position will support students to learn and set up dictation software or speech-to-text (STT) to create documents, and help to set up any needed aids and AT services, and other related technology solutions in the classroom. The ATS will be required to collaborate with faculty and staff, and departments such as the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL), Information Technology (IT), and the Instructional Design (ID) team in the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) as a few examples. The position will report to the Director of the Disability Services Program. This is a full-time (12-month) position at 37.5 hours a week, with some evening, weekend and holiday work as needed.
495210 Coordinator, IT & Facility Operations Denver, CO
Reporting directly to Advancement's Associate Director, IT & Web Operations, the Coordinator of IT & Facility Operations is member of the Advancement Business Services Team within the Advancement Operations group. The Coordinator utilizes exceptional customer service skills as well as effective investigative and problem-solving skills to manage Advancement facilities and space operations as well as provide tier 1 desktop support for Advancement hardware and software. These responsibilities include full setup of office spaces, configuration and deployment of business technology, maintenance of the Advancement websites, and basic telephone and network support. This position will work closely with end-users to provide service via a variety of facilities and technical solutions both over the phone and in person, for a team of approximately 150 staff members. The Coordinator will also help to manage and assist with hardware/software, furniture and supply inventory management, the development of technical documentation, and special projects as assigned
495005 Assistant to the Chair (Accounting/Budget/Administrative) Denver, CO
The Assistant to the Chair position provides general administrative support to the Department of Religious Studies. Duties include general office management, reception of visitors and answering of telephones, assisting faculty and students with course needs, and overseeing the day-to-day administrative needs for the department. Responsibility for managing departmental processes includes helping to coordinate tenure reviews, event planning, and course scheduling and room requests. Other duties include budget management, coordinating the processing of accounts payable/receivable transactions, processing payroll, and managing the hiring process for non-benefited positions.

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