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495822 Associate Professor, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Denver, CO
The College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences at the University of Denver seeks applications from American Politics scholars in one or more of the following areas: • Indigenous, Black, Latinx, and/or Asian American politics, political behavior, and/or political history • Critical Legal Studies approaches to United States racial and ethnic constructions and political development. The University of Denver embraces a teacher-scholar model where faculty balance their commitment to rigorous scholarship with undergraduate education. The position requires teaching the equivalent of five courses over the course of the standard academic year (three quarters) in the Political Science department and/or CRES program, covering a range of CRES major requirements and cross listed upper division courses. While the faculty member will be a fully participating and voting member of the Political Science Department, as the University is developing the CRES major the position’s greater focus will be with the CRES program during the first two years. After the first two years, the CRES program and Political Science department have established a practical distribution of teaching and service obligations.
495630 Research Associate Denver, CO
This position will support the National Capacity Building Center for Tribes (CBCT) federal grant. The Research Associate has significant research experience, preferably in tribal communities and/or communities of color. This position requires experience designing and conducting evaluation projects using culturally based methodologies, such as mixed methods approaches. Research Associates are responsible for supporting research design activities, overseeing data collection and management activities, qualitative and quantitative data analysis, report writing and dissemination, and collaboration with funders, community partners, providers, and stakeholders. This position may contribute to developing proposals and grants. This is a grant funded position.
495711 Teaching Assistant Professor, German Denver, CO
The University of Denver will hire a full-time, appointed German teaching assistant professor, to teach the first-year German language sequence, and to coordinate the multi-section beginning sequence. This is a non-tenure track position that provides a three-year contract with full benefits and is renewable with the possibility of promotion. The appointment will start on September 1st, 2023.
495801 Assistant Director of Enrollment, Graduate School of Social Work Denver, CO
The Assistant Director of Enrollment at the Graduate School of Social Work reports directly to the Associate Director of Enrollment and Financial Aid and will have first level enrollment duties and responsibilities for main campus, online and Durango Colorado admission and operations functions. Duties will include developing original data analyses and assessment tools related to GSSW strategic enrollment initiatives for all program cohorts. The Assistant Director will be responsible for developing strong relationships with external and internal organizations, GSSW faculty, administrators, students and alumni. In addition, the Assistant Director will develop and implement prospective student pipeline initiatives, recruitment operations and yield events.
495807 Accountant, Campus Receivables Denver, CO
Student Financial Services at the University of Denver is an integral part of University Financial Services working to assist students with all their billing needs. The department, part of University Financial Services, consists of the Bursar’s Office and Campus Receivables and seeks to retain students who will become leaders, scholars, artists, entrepreneurs, and public servants uniquely qualified to live in and shape a global society.
495829 Registrar Advisor Denver, CO
The Registrar Advisor provides student services advising and support to current students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The position works independently in researching, planning, coordinating, implementing, managing and communicating on central advising functions including degree audits & evaluations, registration, and institutional policies & deadlines. The position, using a broad knowledge of degree requirements, registration policies, processes, and procedures; and deep and collaborative connection to advisors, administrators, and faculty in departments, acts as a front-line resource for students navigating their degree programs, and for faculty implementing innovative degree programs and courses.
495802 Part-Time Online Learning Program Associate II Denver, CO
The Butler Institute for Families’ Online Learning Program Associate II will collaborate with staff, sponsoring agencies, system partners, and subject matter experts to develop effective, engaging online learning for adults currently working in programs, systems, and communities that serve children, youth, and families.
495810 Accountant II, Banking and External Relations Denver, CO
The primary duty of this position is to reconcile the University's bank accounts. Responsibilities extend beyond accounting system maintenance to the solution of complex managerial challenges. This position monitors University compliance with State and Local government sales tax procedures, including calculating and remitting payment as required. This position also monitors University compliance with unclaimed property requirements including collection, reconciliation and remittance to all state as required by individual state regulations. Other significant duties include accounting for all agency relationships established between the University and external entities.
495813 Director, Low-income Tax Clinic, Sturm College of Law Denver, CO
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law seeks applications from individuals at the rank of Assistant Professor of the Practice of Taxation to serve as Director of its Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC), which provides legal assistance to low-income individuals involved in proceedings before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Colorado Department of Revenue, and the U.S. Tax Court in matters involving collections, tax-related audits, and appeals. Supported by a grant from the Department of the Treasury and widely viewed as one of the premier such clinics in the nation, the LITC provides outstanding legal representation to clients and trains students in skills relevant to expert and ethical practice in the realm of tax-related controversies and disputes.
495816 Director of Development, Leadership Annual Giving, Josef Korbel School of International Studies Denver, CO
This position is focused on helping the School expand its base of philanthropic support and supporting an ambitious vision for growth. The Director of Development, Leadership Annual Giving will be part of a dynamic, collaborative, and innovative team. The role is focused heavily on qualification of prospects, as well as cultivating relationships with and soliciting those with capacity to give gifts of $1,000 - $50,000.
495809 Part-time IT Project Manager Denver, CO
The part-time Information Technology Project Manager reports directly to the Assistant Vice Chancellor IT Budget & Admin Operations. The Assistant Vice Chancellors and IT Directors are responsible for overseeing the implementation and operational aspects of projects in coordination with the IT Project Management Office. The part-time IT Project Manager (IT PM) will be part of the IT Project Management Office and provide leadership, project management, and oversight of several complex, highly visible, enterprise level or IT specific projects. The part-time IT PM works directly with Assistant Vice Chancellors, IT Directors, and others across campus as applicable to effectively manage complex initiatives that span across many organizational boundaries.
495484 Adjunct Faculty, Data Science Denver, CO
Adjunct faculty in the Data Science graduate program are subject matter experts in their field and integrate professionally relevant, diverse examples into their teaching and discussions. They meet the following expectations: Prepare for and facilitate course lectures and inclusive learning online or in-person Maintain regular office hours and consistent presence in assigned course(s) Model and promote critical thinking as well as skill development Provide specific, relevant, and timely feedback and grading Model and uphold academic standards and practices
495722 Fire Alarm Technician Denver, CO
This position is a non-exempt (hourly) position that provides IT and technology solutions and support for all the life safety and security systems for the Campus Safety Department. ESS&T supports a large Avigilon enterprise camera surveillance system, fire alarm, intrusion and panic alarm systems, a large enterprise level Software House C-Cure 9000 access control system, along with several other key systems. This position reports directly to the Manager of Electronic Security Systems and Technology. Due to the critical nature of this position and its support of a 24x7 unit, after-hour support on occasion may be required. It is a non-uniformed position that is responsible for the installation, maintenance/repair and service for the fire alarms and intrusion alarms owned and operated by the University of Denver. The position assists in the design and installation of card access and CCTV systems, as well as the service and maintenance of these systems.
495769 Teaching Series Professor Department of Computer Science (Open Rank) Denver, CO
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Denver (DU) is building an academically and culturally diverse faculty and staff who teach and work in a supportive environment surrounded by people with a strong commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). We invite applications for one full-time, non-tenure track Teaching Series faculty position beginning September 1, 2023. The position is open rank (Teaching Associate Professor or Teaching Professor appointments are possible for well-qualified applicants). The teaching series career path features contracts that start at one year of duration for new assistant professors but can grow to durations of five years for associate professors and seven years for full professors. All teaching positions are considered full members of the faculty.
495780 Business Analyst I Denver, CO
The Business Analyst I reports to the IT/Enterprise Application Services (IT/EAS) department within the central technology division of Information Technology (IT). The Business Analyst is physically located in the Facilities Management & Planning Division and works in close collaboration with the teams in IT/EAS and the Facilities staff. The Business Analyst is primarily responsible for the configuration and support of multiple applications (e.g. Maintenance Management (WebTMA), Energy Management (EnergyCAP), Workplace Management (FM: Systems), Access Control (PERSONA), Key Management (SimpleK), Building Automation (ICONICS), Parking Management (T2), Package Tracking (QTrak), etc.), business process needs analysis, and data reporting and analysis. This position will interface with Facilities, software vendors, and IT/EAS application developers to maintain and support applications and interfaces. This position will also be responsible for responding to production support issues, coordinating system enhancements and upgrades, writing ad-hoc reports, managing cross-functional projects, and providing day-to-day application support to the Facilities staff.
495781 Business Analyst I or Business Analyst II Denver, CO
The Business Analyst reports to the IT/Enterprise Application Services (IT/EAS) department within the central technology division of Information Technology (IT). The Business Analyst is physically located in the Facilities Management & Planning Division and works in close collaboration with the teams in IT/EAS and the Facilities staff. The Business Analyst is primarily responsible for the configuration and support of multiple applications (e.g. Maintenance Management (WebTMA), Energy Management (EnergyCAP), Workplace Management (FM: Systems), Access Control (PERSONA), Key Management (SimpleK), Building Automation (ICONICS), Parking Management (T2), Package Tracking (QTrak), etc.), business process needs analysis, and data reporting and analysis. This position will interface with Facilities, software vendors, and IT/EAS application developers to maintain and support applications and interfaces. This position will also be responsible for responding to production support issues, coordinating system enhancements and upgrades, writing ad-hoc reports, managing cross-functional projects, and providing day-to-day application support to the Facilities staff.
495782 Reference Librarian, Westminster Law Library-Sturm College of Law Denver, CO
Reporting to the Assistant Director of the Westminster Law Library, reference librarians provide high-quality reference, research, and instructional services to faculty and students at the Sturm College of Law.
495668 Executive Director of Development, Foundation Relations Denver, CO
The primary focus of the foundation relations office is to provide strategic partnership in the planning and execution of compelling institutional philanthropic gifts and grants. Reporting directly to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Development, the Executive Director is responsible for leading the foundation relations team in providing sustainable, best-practice foundation relations services, as well as providing informative outreach to internal and external audiences in alignment with the university’s top priorities. Foundation Relations is expected to contribute a significant portion of fundraising annually and will be responsible for a large portion of DU’s campaign. The Executive Director is also responsible for managing their own portfolio of foundations, which will include qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, closing, and stewarding philanthropic gifts from foundations.
495724 Assistant to the Chairs-Spanish, Language, Literature & Cultural Studies Denver, CO
The Assistant to the Chairs position provides business, budget, and human resources support to Languages, Literatures & Cultures and Spanish Language, Literary & Cultural Studies. Duties include budget management, coordinating accounts payable/receivable transactions, processing payroll, managing the hiring for non-benefited positions, and administering relevant immigration and visa processes. Given the nature of the research and teaching in LL&C and SLLCS, the Assistant to the Chairs is also responsible for numerous international transactions, ensuring compliance with relevant university guidelines and state and national laws.
495777 Career Consultant, Career Development and Opportunities - Sturm College of Law Denver, CO
Reporting to the Assistant Dean for Career Development and working closely with other members of the CDO team, Career Consultants will spur efforts to expand professional opportunities for students and graduates of the Sturm College of Law through one-on-one counseling and group programming addressing the evolving legal market, curricular pathways, effective job search strategies, networking, interviewing, cover letter/resume writing, and other matters bearing on professional development

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