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493138 Assistant or Associate Director, Office of International Student Admission Denver, CO
The International Student Admission Office is accepting applications for an Assistant or Associate Director. This position will report to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for International Student Admission. This individual will be the lead manager of application processing and the lead international credential evaluator for undergraduate internationally‐educated applicants. This position will monitor, analyze and improve our systems to ensure expedited processing of applications and evaluations. DU‐produced credential evaluation (as compared to outsourced services) plays an integral part in the University of Denver’s ability to rapidly admit applicants who are internationally educated and allows DU to comply with Federal immigration regulations. By its very nature, the work of the International Student Admission team is central to the University’s desire to increase diversity and promote inclusion. This individual will be hired at the Assistant or Associate Director level, depending on the candidate’s qualifications.
493144 Research Associate, Butler Institute for Families Denver, CO
This position is responsible for research and program evaluation activities, including project management, data collection, statistical analysis and interpretation, data visualization, as well as report preparation for projects within the Butler Institute. This position will work on projects focused on early childhood and behavioral health within Butler’s Research-to-Practice framework. This position is grant funded and the Butler Institute for Families is fully grant funded.
493133 Student Affairs Manager, Korbel School of International Studies Denver, CO
The Student Affairs Manager supports the overall mission of the Student Affairs office by assisting and advising students with all aspects of their experience as a student at Korbel. The Student Affairs Manager advises graduate students on processes and procedures, quarterly registration, graduate practicums, graduation and degree progress, and takes the initiative to streamline processes and simplify the overall experience for students. Additionally, the Student Affairs Manager supports student life through student group coordination and event planning. Collaborates with various departments on campus for academic planning, policy implementation, and student events and concerns. Supports office, Directors, and Associate Deans with special projects.
493134 Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor and Director of Debate Denver, CO
The Department of Communication Studies at the University of Denver seeks to hire a full-time Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor and Director of Debate for the 2020-2021 academic year. The position may be extended beyond 2020-2021 contingent on need, funding, and performance.
493135 Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor, Communication Studies Denver, CO
The Department of Communication Studies at the University of Denver seeks to hire a Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor for the 2020-2021 academic year. This position may be extended beyond 2020-2021 contingent on need, funding, and performance.
493140 Library Technician Denver, CO
Reporting to the Access Services Manager, this full-time position supervises the Stacks Maintenance unit at the University of Denver Main Library and is responsible for coordinating stacks management projects and oversees the daily routine of the unit. This position will hire, train supervise, and evaluate hourly and work study positions for operation of the unit, and may train other student workers in the Access Services Department to provide backup support. This position will require a great deal of flexibility, project management, and creativity to ensure continuity of workflow in providing staff and patrons the necessary materials they require; and will participate as a member of the Access Services Department. Must be available to work Sundays and Mondays 11am-7pm, and Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 10am-6pm.
493143 Admission Counselor or Assistant Director of Admission Denver, CO
The Admission Counselor or Assistant Director of Admission manages all recruiting aspects of an assigned territory both local and national (including extensive travel in the fall and spring) and is responsible for building strong relationships with students, parents, school counselors & community-based organizations. Admission Counselors or Assistant Directors review applications and determine whether an applicant is academically prepared to succeed at DU (based on assessment of the students curriculum, grades, test scores, essay, recommendations, activities, etc.). Along with the entire Enrollment Division, Admission Counselors or Assistant Directors share responsibility to attract excellent students by being sensitive to, and have an understanding of, the diverse academic, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds of students and University personnel. Within our admission counseling staff, we have a strong career promotion structure: Admission Counselors are considered for promotion to Assistant Director after two to three years of service, Assistant Directors are considered for promotion to Associate Directors after an additional two to three years of service. We currently have a position available and will hire at the Admission Counselor or Assistant Director level, depending on the ideal candidates experience.
493130 Classroom Observer, Marsico Institute for Early Learning Denver, CO
The Marsico Institute is accepting applications for Classroom Observers who will work as part of a team for an efficacy research study implementing and evaluating an early math intervention under the direct supervision of the Principal Investigators and Project Director. They will use a standardized observation tool, the Classroom Observation of Early Mathematics—Environment and Teaching (COEMET), to collect baseline and ongoing observational data on preschool and kindergarten classroom mathematics instruction.
493136 Spanish Teacher, Ricks Center for Gifted Children Denver, CO
The Ricks Center for Gifted Children at the University of Denver invites applications for a Spanish Teacher. We desire a candidate who is adept at working with a diverse group of gifted students ranging from preschool through eighth grade. This position requires a dynamic individual who approaches Spanish in a creative and engaging manner.
493131 Operations Specialist, Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System Denver, CO
The Operations Specialist is primarily responsible for managing and maintaining Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System's (IAALS) database for development and communication efforts. Database work will include modifying or adding user-defined fields; building queries/reports; understanding processes to maintain accuracy and integrity of data; and creating forms for events. The position also provides administrative assistance and support for the Director of Strategic Partnerships, the Associate Directors of Communications, the Budget and Operations Manager, and the Events Manager. The position helps train student employees clerical and computer skills so they can help others with various tasks and assist with data entry.
493132 4D Cohort Coordinator Denver, CO
Reporting to the Chancellor's Office, the 4D Cohort Coordinator seeks to advance this strategic imperative through the creation of a dynamic cohort experience, as well as hands-on individualized student engagement for the students of the cohort. The Coordinator will be responsible for pre-orientation, ensuring accurate programming is communicated to students, assisting students with their goal development and tracking, as well as coordinating with various campus partners to identify increased partnerships and opportunities. They will work with the 4D Manager, the Character and Well-being Coordinator, and the 4D co-leads to assist with planning the pre-orientation, executing necessary programming throughout the year, and connecting with students and staff to assess the structure of the program. The Coordinator will help students develop individual plans for executing their 4D student experience, as well as ensuring program requirements are implemented in a timely and efficient manner. The Coordinator will assist students with reflecting on their 4D student experience and continuing to develop and evaluate the process of reflection in the 4D student.
493139 Embedded Psychologist - Graduate School of Professional Psychology Denver, CO
The Embedded Psychologist will provide on-site consultation and clinical services in a community site; develop a field placement program at the site; hire, train, and supervise field placement students; run program evaluation to measure the efficacy of this new initiative; develop proposals for additional funding; and manage the administrative aspects of this new program. At the start, the Embedded Psychologist will be based at the Girls Athletic Leadership School (GALS) in Denver. The position is for one year, with the possibility of extension or expansion to other locations if additional funding is secured.
493125 Associate Director of Academic Advising Denver, CO
This position works closely with the Executive Director of Academic Advising to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Office of Academic Advising (OAA), including personnel management, implementation of strategic programming, policies, and procedures. This position prepares the annual report and assessment report at the direction of the Executive Director. This position is the primary administrative support for the Academic Standards committee, overseeing the outreach plan for each case.
493128 Teaching Assistant Professor, Marketing Denver, CO
The Teaching Assistant Professor in the Department of Marketing is required to teach nine courses throughout the year, which may include summer, fall, winter or spring quarters. The Department offers a wide variety of courses. At this time, the Department is interested in candidates who have expertise in marketing-related technologies and would be comfortable teaching some (but not all) of the following courses: introduction to marketing, consumer behavior, marketing research, business-to-business marketing, personal selling, digital marketing (including specialized areas such as SEM, SEO, social media marketing, mobile marketing, tech in marketing, data science in marketing, digital strategies, sales, etc.), marketing strategy, and integrated marketing communications. Some of these courses will involve projects with industry clients.
493129 Academic Advisor Denver, CO
Through daily meetings with students, this position works with all undergraduate students to ensure their transition, persistence, and success at the University. This position demonstrates a commitment to the principles of inclusive excellence and diversity through embedding inclusiveness throughout programs, services, and initiatives.
493118 Sr. Director of Communications and Issues Management Denver, CO
The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management reports directly to the Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications. The incumbent in this new position will play a critical role in planning strategies and implementing tactics for external and internal audiences to advance the University’s national visibility and handle a portfolio of current and emerging issues that pose a reputational risk to the University. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will serve as a back-up spokesperson to the Vice Chancellor across local, national and international media. In this role, the incumbent will lead cross-functional teams in support of University value drivers, including academics and research, advancement, and athletics. The incumbent will also lead a shared services team that drives the division’s focus on the University’s strategic priorities and value drivers, including admissions, academics and research, advancement, and athletics. The communications shared services team will educate, support and inspire experience and engagement among University stakeholders. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will also lead inter-campus crisis planning, simulations, media training for sensitive issues and be the primary contact point with our outside agency. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will work closely with the Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications and other University leadership on understanding, planning, acting, tracking and following up on a wide variety of issues and opportunities.
493119 Public Relations Manager Denver, CO
The Public Relations Manager reports to the Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management and is responsible for creating and implementing proactive communications plans and activities and handling reactive media inquiries to support the university's institutional and reputational goals, faculty research and expertise, and select initiatives and events. This position is responsible for maintaining comprehensive knowledge of diverse issues and requires ongoing coordination with multiple departments across campus. This role will also support the Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management with inter-campus planning and tracking sensitive issues and a wide variety of issues and opportunities.
493126 Systems Engineer III Denver, CO
Architecture and Engineering Systems Engineer III requires a broad background covering VMware infrastructure, storage management, Microsoft technologies, Linux administration, networking, load-balancing, information security and general IT service deployment, administration and maintenance. This position will primarily be responsible for Tier 3 oversight and administration of DU’s VMware Infrastructure environment. This position will assist with the design and implementation of new hardware, applications, and cloud-based solutions in support of the University of Denver user community. The Systems Engineer III consults with employees, faculty, students and researchers on the use of technology necessary to meet university objectives. The Systems Engineer III collaborates with university department members, where needed, to identify areas where the IT team can lend assistance in the identification, acquisition and implementation and of technical solutions.
493122 Manager of Business and Operations, Korbel School of International Studies Denver, CO
Josef Korbel School of International Studies is hiring for a Manager of Business and Operations reporting to the Director of Finance and Operations. This position will assist the Director in managing and reporting the business operations of Korbel. This individual is responsible for processing and reporting on the divisions financial transactions; developing and implementing new accounting and financial processes and procedures to improve efficiency and quality of the department. In addition, the Manager will produce and assist in the development of reports for constituents in the division and assist with ensuring compliance regarding the use of divisional resources.
493124 Food & Beverage Manager, Highlands Ranch Golf Course Highlands Ranch, CO
The Food and Beverage Manager is responsible for leading and managing the food and beverage operation for the golf club. This includes daily restaurant operations, bar service, cart service, tournament fulfillment, and special event operations. The position is responsible for servicing all customers within the golf club and also maximizing the profit within the food and beverage operation. The position also ensures that the kitchen, bar and restaurant facilities meets and adheres to all codes and licenses and that all presentation of facilities, food and beverage are presented in a quality way.

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