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Adjunct Faculty, Systems Engineering in Denver, CO
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Denver is looking to hire adjunct faculty to teach a variety of graduate courses, such as Project Management, Fundamentals of Systems Electrical, Mechanical, and Software Design, Complex System, Architectures, Models, and Tools, Systems Optimization, Design of Space Systems, Model Based Systems Engineering, Validation & Verification Test Planning, Digital Transformation for Advanced Integration, and many other courses covering various topics. This posting in particular is for the graduate-level Systems Engineering program which is an online program. This posting will serve for multiple openings.
Associate Director of Development, Regional in 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.
Assistant Director of Auxiliary Facilities Operations in Denver, CO
Reporting to the Director of Facilities Management, the incumbent manages and monitors the day-to-day operations, including routine and predictable maintenance, preventative maintenance, and minor renovations as assigned by the Director of Facilities Management, The National Cable Center, The University owned or leased student housing, or University-owned Greek Property. The position coordinates the activities of the Housing Maintenance Shop, The Ritchie Center Maintenance Shop (inclusive of Greek housing maintenance technicians), the facility conversion & support work group, the ice maintenance work group, and mail & central receiving operations. Typical responsibilities include: Ensuring resources are deployed efficiently to support the ongoing maintenance, conversion, assigned HVAC staff and mail and receiving team. Coordinating lifecycle, modernization, and renovation projects. Soliciting bids and managing the Department's procurement; monthly budget monitoring; coordinating multiple service requests. Ensuring each sub-department provides efficient and effective service and establishes relevant KPIs and visualization tools. Report writing as needed. Data analysis as needed. Tracking work and billing clients as appropriate. Utilizing the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to assist the sub-departments with their management oversight. Coordinating Greek billing and the collection of receivables.
Assistant Director of Financial Aid Graduate Advising in Denver, CO
Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Financial Aid Advising, the Assistant Director of Graduate Student Advising has primary responsibility for graduate students and programs. With specific focus on graduate students, the Assistant Director develops and maintains a thorough knowledge of federal, state, and institutional financial aid topics to counsel students and parents about financial aid at DU and reviews student files to ensure compliance with all financial aid rules and regulations. In addition, the Assistant Director administers all aspects of private and graduate loan processing and fosters positive relationships with lending partners. Further, the Assistant Director actively engages with campus colleagues who have varied styles and skills, including those with high levels of responsibility, therefore, the Assistant Director serves as a valuable leader, motivating colleagues throughout the University community. The Assistant Director also serves as a leader within the financial aid office and supervises two fulltime staff members
Business Analyst I or II in Denver, CO
The Business Analyst I or II reports to the IT/Enterprise Application Services (IT/EAS) department in the Division of Information Technology (IT). The Business Analyst is physically located in the Division of Marketing and Communications (MarComm) and works in close collaboration with the application developers in IT/EAS and the Marcomm staff. The Business Analyst I or II is primarily responsible for the configuration, administration, and tier-3 support of multiple marketing and communication applications (e.g., Widen Digital Asset Management, Google Webmaster Tools, Google Analytics/ GA4, Concept 3D, GatherContent, Google Tag Manager and Google Data Studio), the business process needs analysis, and operational data reporting and analysis. This position will interface with MarComm, software vendors, and IT/EAS application developers to maintain and support applications and interfaces. This position will also be responsible for responding to production support issues, coordinating system enhancements, and upgrades, working with IT/EAS developers on integrations, and permissions, writing ad-hoc reports and managing cross-functional projects.
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