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494297 Assistant Director of Summer Conferencing Denver, CO
Primary duties for the Assistant Director of Summer Conferencing include all aspects of planning summer housing, dining and meeting operations, sales, scheduling, client retention and summer conference app management. Implementation of key components of the office business plan with emphasis on generating positive exposure for the University. This position works closely with campus vendors/departments, external vendors, and the university community to facilitate complex and seamless internal and external event production. This position will serve as an initial point of communication for clients needing summer housing, dining and meeting space and is responsible for the development of contracts that comply with established policies. Responsible for the supervision of designated student event staff and client compliance with University policies and procedures. Has responsibility for making decisions on hiring, disciplinary action, and pay adjustments as it pertains to summer programming. This position will make excellent service a priority to ensure high quality service with clients, campus and external service partners, subcontractors, consultants, and DU staff. Position reports to the Director of Marketing & Events.
494303 Event Manager Denver, CO
This position will provide event support for visitors, external organizations, faculty, staff and students who wish to plan an event on campus, including meetings, events and summer conferences.
493703 Adjunct/Faculty Overload, Ethics Boot Camp Speakers Denver, CO
The Department of Business Ethics and Legal Studies at Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver is looking to hire speakers for the Ethics Boot Camp (EBC) during the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 academic year. EBC runs three times per year and we select speakers separately for each camp.
494276 Assessment Director Denver, CO
This posting is for a part-time position as Assessment Director, beginning immediately. This is a non-benefited role with varying workload, averaging approximately 10-15 hours per week and not to exceed 1000 hours in a calendar year. This position reports to the PsyD program Director. Some work can be done remotely, but some work requires being on campus.
494285 Diversity Program Coordinator Denver, CO
The Diversity Program Coordinator is responsible in assisting the Diversity & Access Team in building strong relationships with students, parents, school counselors & community-based organizations. The position reports to the Director of Diversity Enrollment and Community Partnerships, and we seek candidates who will bring experience, skill, and passion to specifically serve on our Diversity & Access Team.
494294 Adjunct Faculty, Bachelor of Arts Degree Completion Program, Data Concepts and Structure Denver, CO
The Bachelor of Arts Degree Completion Program at University College at the University of Denver is currently seeking adjunct faculty with extensive industry and teaching experience to teach BACP 2075 Data Concepts and Structures. BACP 2075 covers the basics of data to include data concepts, terminology, and literacy. Students will learn what typical data sets are, how data relationships work, and where data is stored. These concepts will be the basis for data analysis using commonly available tools and techniques.
494275 Student Systems Analyst Denver, CO
The Student Systems Analyst, supports the mission of the Registrars Office. The Administrative Systems Specialist is responsible for the functional administration of the Banner Student Module and other software applications including set up, maintenance, term controls, registration controls, course scheduling, Banner catalog, and general student of the Banner Student Module for the University. This position is responsible for setting up and monitors application processes. The incumbent must be able to identify processing errors, develop and implement solutions, make recommendations for new features. This position ensures that Banner validation tables, rules forms, and other key processes are accurate, updated, and tested. This position creates test plans, analyzes, researches, and documents functionality of the systems, and works closely with University Technology Services, Office of the Bursar, Financial Aid, Admissions, Institutional Research, and with other constituents. This position serves as a reliable source for comprehensive and authoritative information about the Banner Student Module and third-party software systems.
494286 Teaching Assistant/Associate Professor of Hebrew Denver, CO
The University of Denver seeks a full-time, appointed Hebrew teaching assistant or associate professor, to teach introductory, intermediate, and advanced four-skills Hebrew language sequences [first-year, second-year, and limited third year], as well as two related humanities courses. The non-tenure track appointment with full benefits will take effect between 1 January 2022 and 1 September 2022, and is renewable with the possibility of promotion. Course load is eight (8) courses per year in a quarter calendar. Other responsibilities include: undergraduate placement and proficiency exams, working across University programs and departments. The ideal candidate demonstrates experience and versatility in inclusive pedagogy. We are especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion through their teaching and service.
494287 Assistant Professor, Philosophy Denver, CO
The Department of Philosophy at the University of Denver invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level, effective September 1, 2022. Area of specialization and areas of concentration are open. The position teaches five courses per year over three, ten-week quarters (Autumn, Winter, and Spring). We are interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to excellence, diversity, equity, and inclusion through teaching, research, and service.
494277 Assistant Director of Graduate Financial Aid Denver, CO
The Assistant Director of Financial Aid has primary responsibility for specific program, training, and monitoring needs. The assistant director also develops a thorough knowledge of federal, state, and institutional financial aid topics to counsel students and parents about receiving financial aid at DU with primary responsibilities of student support for online education programs and program support for online education partners, and provides professional advising service. When requested the Assistant Director evaluates and assesses documented changes in financial circumstances that occur in a students family during the course of an academic year and exercises professional judgment in making adjustments to data elements in the formula that determines ability to pay.
494289 Ticket Agent Denver, CO
The Newman Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Denver is currently seeking part-time Box Office Ticket Agents to assist with the execution of events at the Newman Center.
494230 Director of Academic Assessment, Office of Teaching and Learning Denver, CO
This is a full-time (12 month) staff position with full benefits. The position will report to the Director of the Office of Teaching and Learning who reports directly to the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs. The Director of Academic Assessment will collaborate with the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and academic departments across the university to lead assessment efforts that support the universitys mission and strategic imperatives. We seek candidates who are flexible, well-organized, inquisitive, resourceful, detail-oriented, creative, ethical, collaborative, and committed to inclusive excellence. The ability to prioritize and juggle multiple tasks in a dynamic environment while maintaining quality work products is crucial for success in this position.
494257 Director for Inclusive Teaching Practices Denver, CO
This is a full-time (12 month) staff position with full benefits. The position will report to the Director of the Office of Teaching and Learning who reports directly to the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs. The Director of Inclusive teaching will collaborate with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and other allied offices to lead curricular and classroom-level efforts related to our values of creating an inclusive community of care. We seek candidates who are flexible, well-organized, inquisitive, resourceful, detail-oriented, creative, ethical, collaborative, and committed to inclusive excellence. The ability to prioritize and juggle multiple tasks in a dynamic environment while maintaining quality work products is crucial for success in this position.
494282 Associate Director, IRISE Denver, CO
The Associate Director of IRISE will work alongside the Director of IRISE in the envisioning and implementation of strategic activities to increase capacity for research and creative works promoting equality and equity in historically excluded communities on issues of inequality, social justice, and inclusivity, and manage the IRISE team. This is a full time, benefitted position.
494237 Digital Media Technician I, Part-Time Denver, CO
Reporting to the Digital Media Services Director and Video Production Team Lead, this hourly position will be responsible for providing support to patrons of the Anderson Academic Commons that are seeking assistance with media-based technologies at the Digital Media Center. This position may have to provide weekend and evening shift support.
494268 Assistant Director. Undergraduate Programs Denver, CO
The Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver seeks applicants for two (2) Assistant Directors for Undergraduate Programs. Primary responsibilities of this position focus on planning, development, design, support, execution, maintenance, and assessment of student services for undergraduate programs at the Daniels College of Business.
494273 Assistant Professor, Biochemistry Denver, CO
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry has an opportunity for a tenure-track Assistant Professor starting September 1, 2022.  The successful candidate will be expected to establish a high-impact research program supported by external grants that augments the research directions of the Department and to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in chemistry and biochemistry. The ideal candidate demonstrates experience and versatility in inclusive pedagogy. We are especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion through their teaching, research, and service. The start date is September 1, 2022.
494281 Director, University Budget Systems and Analysis Denver, CO
The University's Director, University Budget Systems & Analysis is a full-time, twelve-month staff position. This position, along with the Provost, the Vice Provost for Budget, Planning, and Administration, and the Associate Vice Provost, University Budget & Analysis comprises the central budget team charged with the development of the operating budget at the University. The Director, University Budget Systems & Analysis reports to the Associate Vice Provost for University Budget and Analysis. This position is involved in strategic and operational planning discussions with the University's administration that require absolute confidentiality as implementation and management options are discussed. The University's Director, University Budget Systems & Analysis participates as an active member of the Provosts Budget & Analysis team to develop the University's $485 million annual operating budget by managing collection of data from unit business officers, verifying data for accuracy, modeling the financial impact of university initiatives; and preparing presentation of data to senior leadership and the Board of Trustees.
494267 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.
494207 Help Center Evening Supervisor Denver, CO
Reporting to the Manager of the IT Help Center, this position is responsible for overseeing tiered support at the Help Center during afternoons, evenings and weekends and for ensuring quality customer service and accurate technical resolutions. This includes hands-on client assistance as well as supervision of part-time staff. Additionally, this position will provide training and mentoring of staff, ensuring excellent customer service for individuals needing assistance, and will communicate regularly with the IT Help Center Manager regarding any escalated hardware/software issues. In conjunction with the Help Center Manager, this position will respond to customer surveys and audit Help Center tickets for quality assurance and training purposes. This position will also manage the public computers and printers in the Anderson Academic Commons, ensuring that they are current and in good working order.

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