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492674 Credential Evaluator Denver, CO
The credential evaluator serves as a liaison between the Office of Undergraduate Admission, Office of International Education, faculty and students in facilitating course credit equivalency requests and decisions. Credential evaluator maintains and publishes a public-facing database of course equivalencies for transfer and study abroad credit. This position reviews credit files for all academic units (except Law and Taxation) and is responsible for their completeness and accuracy as well as accuracy of electronic records on the University student information system. Serves as state residency administrator. This position maintains formal articulation agreements for undergraduate programs. Provides students with information on transfer and study abroad credit. A thorough understanding of University curriculum, study abroad programs, institutional policies relating to transfer of credit, and is essential to this position in order monitor, review and make recommendations for improvement of procedures.
492677 Project Coordinator, DU COST Program Denver, CO
The Project Coordinator will collect, analyze, and report on data related to the DU COST Program, a grant-funded project to address the opioid crisis. This position will support all aspects of the DU COST Program to ensure that the grant deliverables are fulfilled. This will include project management, financial management, course development, and community outreach and engagement. In addition, the Project Coordinator will help develop coursework and workshops for professional development related to best practices in tele-behavioral health.
492664 Associate Director, Business Intelligence & Analytics Denver, CO
As a member of the Advancement divisions Business Intelligence & Analytics (BIA) team, the Associate Directors role is to use data to create and share insights and support the Advancement team in embracing a culture of measurement where all team members are supported in developing data literacy and using quantitative and qualitative data to guide their work. This position performs a broad range of tasks: supporting the Director of BIA, managing incoming tasks and providing quality assurance, partnering with colleagues across the Advancement organization to identify reporting needs, analyze existing reports, and create new systems for analyzing data, tracking progress, and improving processes. The Associate Director must have the ability to offer consultative support and develop new reports and processes that are accurate, clear, accessible, and replicable.
492669 Evening/Weekend Reference Librarian Denver, CO
Under the supervision of the Coordinator of Library Instruction and Reference Services, the Evening/Weekend Reference Librarian provides research consultations for students and faculty in the Anderson Academic Commons’ Research Center and completes special projects as assigned.
492634 Assistant Professor, Organic Chemistry Denver, CO
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at the University of Denver invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in organic chemistry beginning September 2020.
492670 Front Desk Secretary, Ricks Center for Gifted Children Denver, CO
We are seeking a Front Desk Secretary to join our team of supportive educators. This is a part-time, non-benefited position not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year.
492673 Cashier Denver, CO
Assisting in the timely collection and processing of tuition, loan and related payments. Counsels students and parents on payment options, procedures, deadlines and the status of their account. Prepares daily bank deposits. Balances cash drawer daily to ensure accuracy and reconciliation of actual and recorded funds. Works with Staff Accountants to reconcile all cashiering reports. Researches cash and check payment problems and corrects errors. Prints and organizes daily cashiering reports. Works with University department staff ensuring accurate, timely, processing of all department deposit activity, including credit card activity.
492654 Fleet Manager Denver, CO
As a member of the Facilities Management & Planning - Parking Services team the Fleet Manager oversees the maintenance, repairs, modifications, and replacement of University-owned vehicles. This position also supports the IMPACT 2025 SI 3: Sustainable goal with coordinating and supervising sustainable transportation on campus such as the Campus Shuttle.
492659 Assistant Dean of Finance, Daniels College of Business Denver, CO
Reporting directly to the Dean of the Daniels College of Business, the Assistant Dean of Finance is responsible for all financial and some of the administrative activities at the College, including, without limitation, financial policies and procedures, budget development, financial controls, facilities management, personnel matters, project management, and strategic initiatives. This position has an independent (dotted) reporting line to the Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Financial and Business Affairs on matters relating to budget development, planning, and management.
492643 Enrollment and Office Manager Denver, CO
The LEP Enrollment and Office Manager is responsible for the enrollment process of LEP including coordination, planning, and implementing of prospective student visits, maintaining the online application process and acceptance of the application as well as the contract, maintaining accurate and up to date files and billing in partnership with the departmental leadership and budget officer.
492650 Director of Admissions for Graduate Programs Denver, CO
Reporting jointly to the law school’s Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and its Assistant Dean of Admissions & Student Financial Management, the Director of Admissions for Graduate Programs is responsible for recruiting outstanding and diverse students to the law school’s various Master’s and non-JD certificate programs. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and leading a strategic enrollment management plan for such programs, forging relationships with external organizations, developing and deploying program-specific marketing materials, reviewing applications and optimizing financial aid awards, collaborating with the University’s Office of Graduate Education, and keeping apprised of evolving trends in legal education and relevant industry sectors.
492633 Professor, Forensic Psychology Denver, CO
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at the University of Denver seeks a faculty member for a 10-month, tenure-track, Professor-rank position. This faculty member will teach in both the Master’s Program in Forensic Psychology and the PsyD program and serve as a core member of Forensic psychology training clinic team.
492645 Postdoctoral Fellow, Graduate School of Professional Psychology Denver, CO
The University of Denver (DU) is committed to its vision as a great private university dedicated to the public good. One of the main tenets of DU's strategic plan, DU Impact 2025, is an emphasis on collaborating for the public good, seeking the biggest problems in our region and working to solve them by addressing social needs in Denver and the Rocky Mountain West. The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) fulfills this mission by putting psychology to work in the world, to maximize its reach and deep human impact. We deliver on this mission by understanding the contexts in which our work is needed, training students accordingly, providing services and resources to individuals, providing tools to organizations and practitioners, and improving the environment for the practice of psychology. Our department is in high demand with nearly 700 applications for our 35 doctoral-level spots in the recent academic year, and with good reason, as our internship match rate is consistently 100%, competing with the national average of 79%. The post-doctoral fellow will play an integral role in GSPP's mission by bridging two of our doctoral programs specialties in Substance Use Disorders and Perinatal and Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH), thereby ensuring that the Expecting Well-Being Program meets the needs of those individuals and families most in need of comprehensive, high quality mental health and substance use services. The Expecting Well-Being Program is designed to address the perinatal and IECMH needs of our community and region via a comprehensive approach to enhanced psychoeducation, outreach, public policy, screening, in-person and tele-behavioral models of clinical services, and applied research. Housed within a collaborative, community-engaged, practitioner-scholar applied research program, the fellowship is an excellent opportunity for additional capacity and skill building post-graduation.
492648 Enrollment Manager, University College Denver, CO
The Enrollment Manager is responsible for meeting enrollment goals in University College’s Information and Communications Technology programs by developing, planning, executing, and managing student recruitment activities, including inquiry/applicant follow-up and recruitment events, and providing pro-active academic advising and coaching for enrolled students.
492293 Line Cook, University of Denver Golf Club at Highlands Ranch Highlands Ranch, CO
The Line Cook is a non-benefited, part-time position and not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year. This position is responsible for food service, completing and filling customer orders properly and in a timely manner, and have full availability in either morning or evening shifts.
492294 Golf Course Maintenance, University of Denver Golf Club at Highlands Ranch Highlands Ranch, CO
The Golf Course Maintenance positions are non-benefited, part-time and not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year. The responsibilities of these positions include but are not limited to general manual labor and landscaping duties, course set-up, mowing, small projects, hand-watering, etc.
492295 Server/Bartender/Beverage Cart, University of Denver Golf Club at Highlands Ranch Highlands Ranch, CO
The Server/Bartender/Beverage Cart positions are non-benefited, part-time and not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year. These positions are responsible for food service, completing and filling customer orders properly and in a timely manner and have full availability for either morning or evening shifts. Pay includes tips.
492642 Program Coordinator, Pioneer Leadership Program Denver, CO
The University of Denver’s Learning Communities and Civic Engagement (LCCE) Department has an opening for a full-time position of Program Coordinator for the Pioneer Leadership Program (PLP). PLP is an undergraduate Living and Learning Community (LLC) in the first year and leads to a 24-credit minor in Leadership Studies spanning the four-year undergraduate experience. This position coordinates and manages the co-curricular programming, budgets and administrative activities related to PLP.
492651 Adjunct Faculty, Spanish Denver, CO
The Department of Languages and Literatures seeks qualified individuals to join our adjunct pool for possible, non-benefited, part-time teaching assignments in Spanish in the 2019-20 academic year. Adjunct Spanish faculty members teach 4-credit undergraduate courses at the introductory level. The specific courses involved may vary from quarter to quarter and openings to teach these courses develop on a periodic basis, depending on departmental needs. Adjunct may teach up to a maximum of six courses over three academic quarters (Fall, Winter, Spring). This posting will serve for multiple openings.
492652 Kitchen Manager /Chef Highlands Ranch, CO
Kitchen Manager /Chef -The Kitchen manager is responsible for leading and managing the back of the house food and beverage operation for the golf club. The position is responsible 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.

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