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493220 Golf Course Outside Services Highlands Ranch, CO
The Golf Outside Services 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: golf cart fleet management, greeting customers, daily management of players using the course, practice range management, cleaning golf clubs and tee time coordination. Additional duties may include tournament operations, course rules & policies administration and providing exceptional customer service to the members and guests of the course.
493221 Server/Bartender/Beverage Cart 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.
493191 Assistant Professor - Affective, Social & Cognitive Psychology Denver, CO
We seek candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning fall 2021 in the Affective, Social & Cognitive (ASC) psychology program. Candidates should have a program of research focused on social psychological processes, broadly construed, and should clearly describe how their research connects to and complements the current research interests of our faculty. Candidates research programs will connect with affective and/or cognitive science, be hypothesis-driven, and focus on mechanistic explanations of social psychological phenomena.
493192 Assistant Professor, Political Theory Denver, CO
The Department of Political Science at the University of Denver invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professorship to start in Fall 2021 in the field of political theory. The ideal candidate has broad enough training in major areas of political theory to serve as the primary theorist in a robust undergraduate department. Specialization and teaching experience in the areas of modern democratic theory, feminist theory, conservative theory, or American political thought is preferred. Priority will be given to candidates who can teach in an additional sub-field of political science beyond political theory.
493195 Professor (Open Rank), Military and/or Health Psychology, Graduate School of Professional 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, open-rank position with a specialty in military and/or health psychology. This faculty member will primarily teach in the Clinical Psychology PsyD program, with a focus on developing and teaching three to four courses about military psychology and/or health psychology and oncology psychology. 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.
493196 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.
493176 IRB Analyst Denver, CO
The IRB Analyst has the primary responsibility for providing subject matter expertise in the review of human research applications. This position will be part of a team working to create a culture of compliance at the University of Denver (DU) ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations, policies and guidelines to create a successful human subjects protection program.
493178 Clinical Professor (Open Rank) and Professional Psychology Clinic Director Denver, CO
This open-rank faculty role is a 10-month position in the clinical professional series with responsibilities in administration, teaching, and service. In addition, GSPP requires all faculty and staff to exhibit excellent citizenship and pursue professional development to foster a model workplace. The position includes a 12-month administrative appointment as Professional Psychology Clinic Director, which includes a small stipend. It is expected that this administrative appointment will be held for at least 5 years. The position reports to the PsyD Program Director.
493165 Clinical Professor (Open Rank), Disaster Mental Health Denver, CO
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at the University of Denver seeks a faculty member for a 10-month, Clinical Track position for a 2-year appointment with renewal contingent upon performance and funding. This faculty member will be a core faculty member in the Master’s Program in International Disaster Psychology (IDP): Trauma and Global Mental Health. This faculty member will also develop an online Disaster Mental Health certificate in the IDP Program consisting of 6 online courses offered to the professional community.
493158 Director of Child Welfare Initiatives, Butler Institute for Families Denver, CO
Butler Institute for Families is seeking to hire a Director of Child Welfare Initiatives. The Director of Child Welfare Initiatives will help manage current projects and secure new business in the field of child welfare while also advancing Butler’s commitment to inclusivity and equity. The Director of Child Welfare Initiatives will lead the child welfare content area within Butler’s Research-to-Practice framework. This position generates new projects and leads current sponsored research and evaluation projects related to child welfare systems, workforce development, and capacity building guided by Implementation Science.
493159 Assistant Professor, Developmental Psychology Denver, CO
The Department of Psychology seeks candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning fall 2021 position in the developmental psychology program. Individuals should have a program of research on some aspect of development; we are particularly interested in individuals doing work on (a) race and ethnicity as a context of development, (b) an interplay of social, emotional, and cognitive developmental processes, and/or (c) psychosocial developmental processes from a lifespan perspective. Successful applicants will have an outstanding record of research achievement and a strong commitment to both undergraduate and graduate education.
493157 Executive Director of the Transportation Institute Denver, CO
The University of Denver is searching for an Executive Director of the Transportation Institute (DTI). This position functions as the CEO of the Transportation Institute (DTI) and is responsible for the implementation of policies and programs set forth by the University and in consultation with the DTI Board of Directors. As such, the Executive Director participates in all DTI board meetings and is accountable to present the DTI strategy and agenda to the University and the DTI board, seek and incorporate feedback, and deliver and communicate on-going results and progress against DTI strategy and goals.
493150 Director, Faculty Development and Career Advancement Denver, CO
The Director of Faculty Development and Career Advancement will focus on enhancing faculty success at all levels of the academic lifecycle by identifying and implementing best practices for faculty recruitment, onboarding, and retention. Under the leadership of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs, they will be responsible for leading initiatives related to supporting faculty throughout the academic lifecycle, tracking faculty statistics, and preparing regular descriptive reports related to demographics and retention. In addition to supporting early career faculty, the director will develop offerings that support faculty at different career stages, across faculty appointment types, and across faculty contributions and roles. Contributing to an inclusive, thriving faculty community and working closely with the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL).
493118 Sr. Director of Communications and Issues Management Denver, CO
The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management reports directly to the Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications. The incumbent in this new position will play a critical role in planning strategies and implementing tactics for external and internal audiences to advance the University’s national visibility and handle a portfolio of current and emerging issues that pose a reputational risk to the University. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will serve as a back-up spokesperson to the Vice Chancellor across local, national and international media. In this role, the incumbent will lead cross-functional teams in support of University value drivers, including academics and research, advancement, and athletics. The incumbent will also lead a shared services team that drives the division’s focus on the University’s strategic priorities and value drivers, including admissions, academics and research, advancement, and athletics. The communications shared services team will educate, support and inspire experience and engagement among University stakeholders. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will also lead inter-campus crisis planning, simulations, media training for sensitive issues and be the primary contact point with our outside agency. The Sr. Director for Communications and Issues Management will work closely with the Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communications and other University leadership on understanding, planning, acting, tracking and following up on a wide variety of issues and opportunities.
493127 Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Physics & Astronomy Denver, CO
Candidates for a postdoctoral fellow are sought to carry out research on propagation of custom structured laser light. This position is part of a project in the group of Professor Mark Siemens in the Department of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Denver. The duration of the project is approximately 2-3 years with the possibility to be extended. More information about the department can be found at http://www.physics.du.edu.
493109 Research Professor (Open Rank), Fatherhood Mental Health Denver, CO
The Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at the University of Denver (DU) seeks a faculty member for a 10-month, research-track position with a specialty in fatherhood. By "fatherhood," we are intentionally inclusive of research and clinical work with anyone who identifies themselves in the role of fathers, trans masculine parents, father-figures, grandfathers, and other related role models. The rationale is to focus on this gendered role in children's development, not to preclude the acknowledgement of the importance of other caregivers regardless of gender and sexual identities and expanded relationships. The position is likely to be filled at the Assistant Professor rank, but an appointment at a higher rank may be considered for a candidate with exceptional experience. The position is funded for three years, with the expectation that continuing the position will depend on the faculty member securing additional funding. The position will report to Dr. Tracy Vozar, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialty. The expected but flexible start date for this position is January 2021. This position has research, teaching, advising, supervising, and service components.
493092 Adjunct Faculty, Psychology Denver, CO
The Department of Psychology at the University of Denver is looking to hire adjunct instructors for the 2020-2021 academic year to teach a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses, such as Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience, Child and Lifespan Development, Motivation and Emotion, Child Psychopathology, Topic in Social Psychology, and Clinical Psychology Introduction to Clinical Psychology, Introduction to Social Psychology, and Abnormal Psychology as well as special-topics courses.
493085 Adjunct Instructor of Russian Denver, CO
The College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences seeks qualified individuals to join our adjunct pool for possible, non-benefited, part-time teaching assignments in Russian at the University of Denver in the 2020-21 academic year. Adjunct Russian faculty members teach 4-credit undergraduate courses. The opportunity exists to teach both introductory courses as well as higher-level offerings. 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. At this time, we are searching for Fall 2020 instructors only; however, the opportunity may develop to stay on for Winter and/or Spring courses.
493086 Adjunct Instructor of Hebrew Denver, CO
The College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences seeks qualified individuals to join our adjunct pool for possible, non-benefited, part-time teaching assignments in Hebrew at the University of Denver in the 2020-21 academic year. Adjunct Hebrew faculty members teach 4-credit undergraduate courses. The opportunity exists to teach both introductory courses as well as higher-level offerings. 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. At this time, we are searching for Fall 2020 instructors only, however the opportunity may develop to stay on for Winter and/or Spring courses.
493087 Adjunct Instructor of German Denver, CO
The College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences seeks qualified individuals to join our adjunct pool for possible, non-benefited, part-time teaching assignments in German at the University of Denver in the 2020-21 academic year. Adjunct German faculty members teach 4-credit undergraduate courses. We project an immediate need for instructors to teach intermediate-level offerings, as well as potentially introductory courses. 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. At this time, we are searching for Fall 2020 instructors only, however the opportunity may develop to stay on for Winter and/or Spring courses.

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