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494618 Coordinator, Institute for Human-Animal Connection Denver, CO
The Coordinator role within the Institute for Human-Animal Connection (IHAC) supports and facilitates activities related to the IHAC Pro professional development certificate programs in addition to managing IHAC marketing and communications and providing general office management. This position has a key role in maintaining the institutes visibility, engaging donors, students and alumni and supporting a cohesive team. The position reports to the IHAC Executive Director with task supervision from the Assistant Director for Professional Programs and the Assistant Director for Research. The Coordinator position is gift funded and therefore will be renewed annually based on funding availability.
494641 Benefits Specialist Denver, CO
The Benefits Specialist position is responsible for the administration of the benefits programs for the University. This role ensures through communication, audits, reports, analysis, and advice, that employees and hiring managers have a thorough understanding of the benefits plans and can make informed and educated benefits decisions accordingly. Additionally, the role maintains benefits records and prepares documents necessary for implementing benefit coverage and acts as a liaison between employees and benefit vendors. This role also manages administrative aspects of leave to include tracking hours used/taken and working closely with Payroll to ensure that pay for employees on leave is accurate and correct.
494654 Administrative Assistant Denver, CO
The University of Denver is seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant to support various operational and programmatic departments and centers in the Daniels College of Business in addition to academic departments when Assistants to the Chairs are out of the office. This is a benefited part-time position and will report to the Associate Dean of Finance and Business Operations in the Deans Office.
494656 Career Advisor - Graduate Students Denver, CO
The Career Advisor for Graduate Students reports directly to the Director Graduate Career & Professional Development and provides a comprehensive array of career services for graduate students from University College, the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences and the Graduate School of Professional Psychology. This is accomplished in-person and virtually through individual appointments, class presentations, programming and events that demonstrate an understanding of the unique topics and concerns of graduate students. The Career Advisor for Graduate Students must demonstrate commitment to diversity and inclusion.
494636 Temp Evening and Weekend Media Technician-SCOL Denver, CO
The multimedia specialist will work with the Educational Technology department to provide technical and administrative assistance, primarily in the evenings and on weekends to members of the College of Law community, focusing on audio-visual support for classes and events, web conferencing, and web enhanced learning and classroom instruction.
494599 Business Compliance Analyst - SCOL Denver, CO
Reporting to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, working closely with the Dean, and collaborating with Assistant Deans in the realms of Admissions, Budgeting & Operations, and Career Development, the Business and Compliance Analyst will engage in data analysis, modeling, visualization, and reporting designed to strengthen the law school’s strategic and operational decision making, to enhance predictive modeling, and to support a range of submissions to the law school’s accreditor and to other outside bodies.
494609 Teaching Assistant Professor, Mathematics Denver, CO
Teaching Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics, University of Denver. The position is renewable annually during the first 3 years, followed by a 3-year contract, with a mandatory application for a promotion to Teaching Associate Professor in year 6.
494638 Administrative Assistant II Denver, CO
The Administrative Assistant II provides administrative support to the Executive Director of Conference & Event Services (CES). In addition, the Administrative Assistant II supports departmental operations and office functions for the entire CES team. The Administrative Assistant II provides a welcoming, inclusive and affirming environment. The Administrative Assistant II answers questions and provides assistance necessary to ensure a positive experience for University guests. Administrative Assistant II reports directly to the Executive Director of CES.
494659 Office Coordinator Denver, CO
Under the supervision of the Executive Director and Senior Associate Director of Residential Education, the Office Coordinator performs a variety of housing and administrative functions, such as providing administrative oversight; event planning; assistance with budget management; project management; and support of hiring, training, and management of student staff. Providing departmental administrative support, the Office Coordinator responds to telephone, email, and in-person inquiries; maintains calendars; manages record time keeping for professional staff; assists with budgets and budget and expense reconciliation; and schedules appointments, meetings, and room reservations. This role handles complaints, resolves issues, and maintains inventory of office supplies. The Office Coordinator plans, coordinates, and facilitates housing events, including but not limited to, staff participation and logistics for Move-in Days, Open Houses, Pioneer Days, Parent Weekend, and Hiring & Resource Fairs. This role will provide indirect supervision and record time keeping for 5-10 student staff employees. The Office Coordinator also plans and facilitates student staff training in the areas of housing processes, customer service, and use of office equipment and software. This position also assists in managing the hiring process for student staff.
494660 Registrar Coordinator, Graduate School of Social Work Denver, CO
This Coordinator position at the Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) reports to the GSSW Registrar. This position is a part of the GSSW 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 GSSW Registrar team, including significant data entry, escalated registration concerns, and collaborates directly with students, staff, and faculty.
494627 Medical Assistant Part-time, Temporary Denver, CO
The Temporary Medical Assistant position at the University of Denver Health and Counseling Center (HCC) is a non-benefitted, part-time clinical position responsible for providing direct patient care at the HCC. This position works 4 to 8 hour shifts, Monday-Friday with a variable schedule. Most shifts are between 8 am and 5 pm, with some evening shifts. Responsibilities will focus on influenza and COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Other responsibilities include rooming patients, obtaining vital signs, phlebotomy, immunizations, CLIA waived laboratory testing, and assisting providers with procedures, exams, treatments, and various other duties as assigned. This position is expected to last until Spring 2022, but will end earlier should the University no longer require the position, or be prolonged if there is need. This position reports to the Associate Director of Medical Services and Medical Director of the HCC and performs duties under the direction of the Associate Director of Medical Services, Medical Director, providers, and Executive Director of the HCC.
494651 Digital Graphic Designer, Marketing and Communications Denver, CO
The incumbent will work under the supervision of the Art Director and will lend their experience in digital design and energy towards, Web UI, advertising, email, landing pages, publications and signage, typically under tight deadlines. The incumbent must clearly demonstrate the ability to define and analyze complex problems and make sound decisions independently and/or under minimal supervision, as well as the ability to anticipate the needs of the project/department and show proactive leadership in planning to meet specified goals and deadlines. The incumbent will be required to demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills. The incumbent must be able to adapt to quickly to changing priorities, and must uphold a commitment to the highest standards of journalism, marketing and public relations. Finally, as an employee of the University of Denver, the incumbent must uphold the highest standards regarding diversity, equity and inclusion.
494648 Digital Media Technician, Part-time Denver, CO
Reporting to the Digital Media Services Director and Video Technician 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.
494649 Digital Media Technician I Denver, CO
This position is responsible for delivering audio/visual technology support for University classes, events, conferencing events, and special events, along with support for video conferencing services. The applicant will provide effective classroom support to faculty and students within university smart classrooms.
494605 Specialist, Data & Gift Processing Denver, CO
This position supports special data projects and data quality control within Gift Administration & Records Management and is responsible for completing the timely and accurate processing of charitable contributions made to the University of Denver. The Data and Gift Specialist performs a broad range of tasks, including data entry and retrieval, gift processing, and participating in setting data priorities and data control mechanisms to ensure that special projects affecting short-term fundraising goals are completed. This position will also gain deep knowledge in one (or more) specific area(s) of the process and will be considered the lead for that area.
494608 Director of Budget & Planning, Graduate School of Social Work Denver, CO
The Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) is a vibrant community of scholars and teachers committed to having a diverse faculty and student body. The Schools curriculum, research, and community partnerships emphasize social and economic justice, along with an understanding of and respect for social, political, and cultural diversity both nationally and internationally. The Director of Budget and Planning assists the Dean and Associate Dean for Operations in managing budget and finance operations of GSSW, overseeing the processes associated with the Schools overall budget, including all grant activity.
494629 Director of Academic Initiatives and Advising-SCOL Denver, CO
Reporting directly to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, and working closely with the Dean and other senior staff members, the Director of Academic Initiatives and Advising will work to advance curricular innovation and programmatic development, to strengthen individualized and subject-specific academic advising, and to develop partnerships with other academic institutions and external partners.
494634 Practicum and Internship Coordinator Denver, CO
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology is looking to hire a full-time, benefited Practicum & Internship Coordinator for the International Disaster Psychology program. The MAIDP Practicum & Internship Coordinator will oversee all administrative aspects of the field placement and global internships program. This position has opportunities to build on and maintain the strong foundation of GSPPs historical domestic field placement and global internships programs and community relationships while supporting innovative approaches and global expansion ideas. The role requires close collaboration with faculty, staff, students, and community partners in order to improve systems and processes to support more than 50 placements matches each year.
494639 Clinics Billing Coordinator, Graduate School of Professional Psychology Denver, CO
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver seeks a Clinics Billing Coordinator. This position will manage all billing related to our multiple clinics. A primary part of this position involves billing for behavioral health services to receive insurance reimbursement, such as from Medicaid and Medicare. In addition, this position supports billing processes including self-pay, grants, and contracts. This individual will support billing for all of the clinics but reports to the Director of the Professional Psychology Clinic.
494622 Senior Director, Campaign Operations Denver, CO
In consultation with the Senior Associate Vice Chancellor,, Campaign & Global Networks, the Senior Director provides managerial oversight of all campaign operations including implementation of the strategic and operational plan for the campaign, and monitors progress vis-à-vis plan targets. The Senior Director is responsible for partnering with Advancement senior leadership, staff and other University stakeholders to implement the campaign’s strategic plan across DU. They should be a strategic thinker with strong planning, project management, and organizational skills, including the ability to multi-task and move adeptly between big-picture thinking and on-the-ground implementation. The Senior Director will partner with colleagues in advancement operations, development, stewardship, engagement, and campaign communications, to implement the campaign plan across the University.

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