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492892 Assistant or Associate Professor in Mechanical and Materials Engineering Denver, CO
The Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science (RSECS) at the University of Denver (DU) invites applications for a tenure-track/tenured faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor levels in the department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME).  Leveraging our strengths, RSECS is building strategic research clusters in areas related to 1. Biomedical devices and technologies, 2. Robotics and mechatronics, and 3. Artificial intelligence and data science.  We are looking for exceptional candidates who are committed to developing or enhancing a research portfolio and funded research program, carrying out innovative teaching, and engaging with a vibrant and diverse collaborative community.
492856 Academic Services Associate Denver, CO
The Academic Services Associate will provide administrative and student support for faculty, staff, and students enrolled in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies (ELPS). In addition to serving as the primary point of contact for program requests, this position will also be responsible for the collection, storage, and maintenance of important information including student files, program syllabi, and course schedules. In conjunction with other MCE Academic Services Associates, this position helps plan and coordinate various college-wide functions including orientation and graduation.
492908 Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications, University College Denver, CO
The position will oversee and execute a range of marketing, branding, and communication efforts for University College and its partners, including writing and designing multichannel communication plans, designing print and digital advertisements, creating or overseeing production of video content, editing content, and managing execution of marketing campaigns. The Assistant Director will also carefully track and interpret marketing performance analytics, and will have the latitude to make necessary strategic decisions and adjustments to improve performance.
492840 Technology Specialist Denver, CO
As a member of the University Facilities Management Services team, the Technology Specialist oversees the information system and application functions that support facilities and finance operations.  This information system supports the flow of work orders, maintenance tasks, performance reporting, and transfer of cost information to the University finance system.
492904 Executive Assistant, Office of Human Resources and Inclusive Community Denver, CO
The Executive Assistant provides executive-level administrative support to the Vice Chancellor of Human Resources and Inclusive Community and plays a crucial role in maintaining the efficiency and effectiveness of the Vice Chancellor’s office. S/he must be an effective, professional and diplomatic liaison from the Vice Chancellor to a variety of audiences including University leadership, staff, alumni and other constituents. The Executive Assistant is responsible for managing the Vice Chancellor’s calendar, telephone messages, travel arrangements, general correspondence and special projects as assigned in a fast-paced work environment.
492906 Assistant Coach, Men's Soccer 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 17 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 Coach assists the Head Coach in the administration of all aspects of the sport program including coaching, recruiting, contest scheduling, supervising sports personnel, budget management, student-athlete mentoring, and ensuring program compliance with NCAA, Conference, and University rules and regulations
492896 Administrative Assistant, Daniels College of Business Denver, CO
The Part-Time Administrative Assistant will be the receptionist for the Office of the Dean and support two Associate/Assistant Deans in scheduling meetings, maintaining calendars, and handling correspondence as well as providing general office support for the Dean’s Office, such as receiving visitors and handling phone calls. The Administrative Assistant may also perform light bookkeeping duties. This position is located in the Office of the Dean at the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver.  This is a non-benefited position not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year.
492882 Hampden Center Project Technician II Denver, CO
The University of Denver Hampden Center (located in Lakewood, CO) seeks an enthusiastic technician to perform the daily operations of the Hampden Center (Monday - Friday, 8am - 4pm). The candidate will focus primarily on processing retention schedule records for the DU community and will further add inventory control to the processed material by using a local organizational schema specific to the Hampden Center. May act as a backup for the daily operations of the Hampden Center in retrieving materials for DU patrons using the organizational schema and Alma.
492890 Director of Early Childhood Initiatives Denver, CO
The Butler Institute for Families is seeking to hire a Director of Early Childhood Initiatives to lead the early childhood content area within Butler’s Research-to-Practice framework. The position generates new projects and leads current sponsored research and evaluation projects related to early childhood systems and workforce development and leads a project team of nine research staff. The position is part of the Butler Institute's leadership team and includes the option of being recognized for scholarly contributions through a post-hire research faculty appointment.
492899 Custodial Worker II Denver, CO
Custodial positions performs general custodial services in and around buildings. The services include but aren’t limited to cleaning restrooms & classrooms, snow removal, relocating & setting up furniture & equipment and other duties as assigned.
492886 Lead Test Proctor Denver, CO
The Lead Test Proctor assists in the administration of exams to students who take tests through the DSP Testing Center. The position is a part-time position and reports to the DSP Academic Testing Coordinator. This is a non-benefitted hourly position. Typically, the Lead Test Proctor will work approximately 20 hours per week.
492895 Executive Director, Newman Center for the Performing Arts Denver, CO
The University of Denver seeks applications and nominations for the position of Executive Director of the Newman Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA). The Executive Director will be charged with the stewardship of a remarkable facility, the successful implementation of its mission, the direction of a dynamic performing arts program, and will serve as the University’s ambassador to the local, regional, and national performing arts communities.
492887 Student Support Specialist Denver, CO
University College is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as the central point of contact between University College and prospective and continuing students, and provides consultation and services for credit and non-credit programs. Areas of responsibility include inquiry follow-up, pre-advising for academic programs, registration support, technical support, financial services, and student retention. This is achieved through a high-touch approach while using independent judgment to identify and create academic opportunities. The position requires a deep knowledge-base of University College programs, services, resources, policies, and procedures to provide a complete service experience for our students and prospective students. The focus of this position is on building and strengthening relationships with prospective and current, post-traditional learners through the cultivation of a welcoming and inclusive environment, allowing them to achieve their educational goals. Applicants should align with our values: honor the individual, champion learning, transforms lives, work together, and pursue excellence.
492846 Academic Affairs Coordinator Denver, CO
The Academic Affairs Coordinator at the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) reports to the Registrar. This position is a part of the Registrar team and provides support across all GSSW programs. The Coordinator acts as a front-line support for all day-to-day operations of the Registrar team, including escalated registration concerns, and collaborates directly with students, staff, and faculty.
492861 Manager, IT Architecture and Engineering Denver, CO
The role of the Manager, IT Architecture & Engineering is to work with the Assistant Vice-Chancellor, IT Infrastructure to enable the Chief Information Officer (CIO) and University leadership to make investment decisions that balance current operational demands and opportunities with the longer-term strategic vision of the university. Additionally, the Manager, IT Architecture & Engineering will assist the Assistant Vice-Chancellor, IT Infrastructure in the development of technology guidance, road maps, principles, standards and best practices in order to deliver and maintain the IT team’s technology strategic roadmap.
492880 Associate Director, Marketing and Recruiting Denver, CO
The Associate Director, Marketing and Recruiting creates a positive impact in higher education by promoting HERS services in support and development of women leaders in higher ed with a customer service attitude. The ADMR is the primary point of contact between HERS and its partner organizations, which includes colleges and universities. The ADMR is accountable for prospecting new partner institution relationships and retaining and deepening existing relationships.
492879 Executive Director, Writing Program Denver, CO
The Executive Director serves as the administrative head of the Writing Program, providing dynamic leadership for the WP and ensuring its visibility and effectiveness across campus. The Director is responsible for the WP’s daily operations, long-term strategic planning, and curricular commitments and structure, operating rhetorically across academic units to build and maintain involvement with relevant academic initiatives on campus and with the larger disciplines of writing and composition studies. While ultimately responsible for the Writing Program and its operations, the Director works closely with the Writing Center Director, the Assistant Director for First-Year Writing, and WP faculty to enact the our mission of creating and sustaining a robust culture of writing on campus.
492860 Director, Cultural Center Denver, CO
The University of Denver (DU) invites qualified applicants to apply for the position of Director of The Cultural Center at a campus that values inclusive excellence, diversity, the public good, and equity for multiple identities. The successful candidate has 4 or more years of experience in a higher education setting, with experience supporting intersectional identities and underrepresented students. The successful candidate is an experienced, creative, and self-motivated leader who demonstrates a commitment to intersectionality, including interreligious intersectionality. She or he works in deeply collaborative ways (1) to create and develop opportunities for students, staff, faculty, and the DU community to connect with and through multiple intersectional identities and expressions; (2) to develop and administer inclusive student cultural, social, and spiritual/religious offerings, including support for spiritual/religious inquiries and practices and support for a variety of gender and sexuality expressions and identities; (3) to support and advocate for students from historically marginalized communities and from a variety of marginalized positionalities; and (4) to foster the public good as centrally informed by a commitment to racial, ethnic, cultural, gender, spiritual and other social equity outcomes on our campus and beyond. This position is a full-time, 1.0 FTE position.
492864 Research Assistant Denver, CO
The Research Assistant works as a data collector and analyst and has a strong interest in gender equity and social justice matters. As the Research Assistant, you are an essential member of the HERS team, responsible for program services and activities evaluations and learning assessments. The Research Assistant will monitor admission and registration in conjunction with Operations personnel and the Director, HERS Institute to ensure use of current and accurate contact information for the dissemination of surveys, evaluations and data collection instruments.
492877 Part-Time Project Assistant, The Psychology Department Denver, CO
The Project Assistant will assist with a grant-funded research project working with women and infants. We currently conduct a multi-year research project investigating the effects of prenatal poverty and cannabis use on brain development and mother-infant attachment. The project assistant will help schedule home/site visits; conduct home and brain scan visits including clinical interviews, behavioral assessments, and collecting biological samples & neuroimaging (fMRI & fNIRS) data of mothers and newborns; data entry and processing; and project-relevant administrative tasks. The research experience will be an excellent fit for individuals who plan to apply for medical, nursing, neuroscience, clinical and developmental psychology graduate programs.

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