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496323 Part-time Marketing Manager Denver, CO
University College is seeking a proactive, creative Marketing Manager who will produce marketing content and communication for non-credit and academic programs offered through University College, in addition to other programs as assigned. This individual will collaborate with program leads on marketing strategy and execution and develop, create, and measure communication, marketing, and advertising plans; manage social media; produce graphics and print collateral; write, design, and edit newsletters, emails, website content, and content for other communication channels; manage and promote events; and lead publicity and media relations efforts. As a member of the University College marketing team, this collaborative part-time position will interface with non-credit and other programs to ensure the successful delivery of marketing and communication projects. Offering excellent customer service to internal stakeholders, the Marketing Manager will manage marketing projects from start to finish — on time and within budget — to raise the profile and increase enrollments for programs such as the Enrichment Program, Center for Professional Development, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), boot camps, and other programs as assigned.
496140 Maintenance Worker III Denver, CO
With general supervision from the foreman, this position performs repairs and maintenance at a semi-skilled level in multiple trade areas.
496141 Maintenance Worker III Denver, CO
With general supervision from the foreman, this position performs repairs and maintenance at a semi-skilled level in multiple trade areas.
496198 Director of Creative & Brand Management Denver, CO
The Director of Creative & Brand Management serves as a leader, change agent and driving force behind the creative interpretation of the university brand, overseeing a creative team tasked with building a body of work that brings the DU brand to life and scales it for enterprise-wide use.
496296 Assistant Director of Enrollment Denver, CO
Reporting to the Director of Enrollment, the Assistant Director of Enrollment helps deliver an exceptional and inclusive student experience for University College learners. The Assistant Director supervises multiple Enrollment Managers, leads significant projects/initiatives that have team-wide and/or unit-wide impact, and creates and implements business rules and workflows. The Assistant Director also leads and manages enrollment for a portfolio of academic programs, and is responsible for meeting enrollment goals by developing, planning, executing, and managing student enrollment activities throughout the enrollment funnel, which may include inquiry/applicant follow-up and relationship-building, and pro-actively providing superior, student-centered academic coaching and advising on issues related to students’ academic planning, progress, and performance.
496302 Executive Assistant to the Dean, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Denver, CO
This Executive Assistant is a benefited, full-time, exempt position that provides executive-level administrative support to the Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences and plays a central role in supporting the efficiency and effectiveness of the Dean’s Office. They must be an effective, professional and diplomatic liaison from the Dean to a variety of audiences including University leadership, students, staff, faculty, alumni and other constituents. The individual in this position must be committed to advocating for diversity, equity, inclusion and justice.
496311 Enrollment Manager Denver, CO
Reporting to the Director of Enrollment Management, the Enrollment Manager is responsible for meeting enrollment goals by developing, planning, executing, and managing student recruitment activities for assigned academic programs, including inquiry/applicant follow-up, recruitment events, and engagement with external and community organizations. The position is also responsible for meeting student retention and enrollment benchmarks in assigned programs by pro-actively providing superior, student-centered academic coaching and advising on issues, directly and indirectly, related to students’ academic planning, progress, and performance. As the primary enrollment manager for their program(s), the position manages a recruitment budget, including determining spending channels/allocation, and is responsible for making effective independent decision-making that advances enrollment performance.
496256 Distribution Coordinator Denver, CO
The MarComm Distribution Coordinator is responsible for overseeing logistics related to the distribution of central marketing and communications efforts for the University of Denver.
496290 Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Denver, CO
The Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Program invites applications for a Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor, one year-appointment, beginning Fall 2023. Applications are sought from candidates with a strong record of teaching in ethnic studies or a related field.
496292 Assistant Director, KMCWR Marketing & Communications Denver, CO
Reporting to the Director, Business & Operations, the Assistant Director, Marketing & Communications will be responsible for the telling the story of the Division of Kennedy Mountain Campus, Wellness & Recreation (KMCWR) to students, customers, staff, campus and community partners, and donors through the development and execution of the marketing and communications plan.
496293 Research Compliance Analyst Denver, CO
This position has the primary responsibility for providing subject matter expertise in the review of human subject research protocols. The Research Compliance Analyst will be part of a team working to create a culture of compliance at the University of Denver (DU) through ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations, policies and guidelines to create a successful human subjects protection program. This position will serve as a designated reviewer, advise researchers about human subject protection issues, and conduct training programs for staff, researchers, administrators and students. The successful candidate will bring to DU a strong background in human subject research administration, including a broad knowledge of federal research compliance regulations. This position will have outstanding interpersonal and management skills, a collaborative style, and experience with faculty, staff, and students in achieving their research goals. Remote work options available.
496308 Senior Prospect Development Analyst Denver, CO
The Senior Prospect Development Analyst is responsible for providing best in class prospect research, portfolio management, and related prospect development services to specific fundraising units within the Prospect Development team’s liaison structure. This position will primarily focus on providing information to maximize the philanthropic potential of the DU prospect pool through major ($50K+) and leadership gift-level ($1M+) prospect identification, prospect research, data analysis, portfolio management and optimization, and related services in support of effective fundraising programs and activities.
496150 Hampden Center Technician Denver, CO
THE UNIVERSITY OF DENVER HAMPDEN CENTER (LOCATED IN LAKEWOOD, CO-- 10.2 MILES OFF-CAMPUS) seeks a knowledgeable and enthusiastic information technician. The candidate will process multi-format collections, use descriptive taxonomies in the processing and rehousing of physical collections, 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.
496269 Project Manager Denver, CO
This position will primarily support the National Child Welfare Capacity Building Center for Tribes project (Center for Tribes), as well as future projects working with tribal and urban American Indian communities.
496288 Associate Director of Development, Regional Denver, CO
As part of a dynamic, collaborative, and innovative team supporting DU’s top priorities in the region, the Associate Director of Development will serve in a highly outbound capacity. They will have a heavy focus on identification and qualification of major gift prospects through initial solicitations of gifts in the $1,000-$50,000 (mid-range) annually, to confirm their philanthropic interest in DU.
496289 Director of Development, College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Denver, CO
This position reports directly to the CAHSS Executive Director of Development and partners with the Dean and the Director of Alumni Engagement. As the University of Denver prepares for its next comprehensive campaign, this position plays a key role in developing and enhancing relationships with major gift prospects and donors, discovering their philanthropic passions, and aligning them with the funding priorities emerging from the college and the university.
496275 Department Support Specialist Denver, CO
This job description is intended to outline the general responsibilities and expectations assigned to Department Support Specialist at Fisher Early Learning Center. While there are percentages assigned to the different categories, all duties are considered essential to the position. At various times of the year and under varying circumstances, certain duties will take precedence over others. It is the duty of the Department Support Specialist to work in collaboration with fellow teachers and administrative staff to carry out all responsibilities to the best of their ability and exercise their best judgement as they execute their duties.
496282 Lead Teacher Denver, CO
The Lead Teacher is responsible for an assigned grade level and reports to the designated administrator in charge. The Lead Teacher will guide and mentors an Associate Teacher who is a direct report to the Lead Teacher.
496283 Jr. Lead Teacher Denver, CO
The Junior Lead Teacher is assigned to a particular grade level or may be split between grade levels and reports to the Lead Teacher(s).
496286 Administrative Assistant for the Colorado Project Denver, CO
The Josef Korbel School and Scrivner Institute seeks a motivated and experienced part-time administrative assistant to support the Colorado Project. The Administrative Assistant will report to and collaborate closely with the Director of Democracy and Civil Discourse Initiatives and work closely with affiliated faculty and staff to ensure the operational and logistical needs of the Colorado Project are met. This is a temporary, hourly, non-benefited position.  Support for the Colorado Project will generally require between 5 and 10 hours per a week between June and November 2023.  We expect that a few of the weeks during that time frame may require as much as 20 hours of time.

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