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Program Coordinator, Healthcare Theatre Newark
The Program Coordinator is vital in the management of Healthcare Theatre. The Program Coordinator will be independently responsible to synchronize and implement daily operations, provide oversight, and serve as the representative of Healthcare Theatre (HT) in the absence of HT Faculty. Primary responsibilities include the organization and development of course content, simulation learning experiences, and serve as advisor to the Healthcare Theatre Minor. They will also create and maintain the HT website, all internal and external communications, spearhead fundraising opportunities, and ensure adherence to the program Policies and Procedures. The Healthcare Theatre Program Coordinator will report directly to Healthcare Theatre Faculty.
Program Coordinator, Healthcare Theatre Newark
The Program Coordinator is vital in the management of Healthcare Theatre. The Program Coordinator will be responsible to synchronize and implement daily operations, provide oversight, and serve as a representative of Healthcare Theatre (HT) in the absence of HT faculty. Primary responsibilities include the organization and development of course content, simulation learning, and Healthcare Theatre workshop development. The Healthcare Theatre Program Coordinator will report directly to Healthcare Theatre Faculty.
Administrative Specialist, School of Nursing Newark
The Administrative Specialist assists with managing the administrative functions and fiscal affairs of the Department that requires initiative, judgment, and discretion. The Administrative Specialist performs payroll functions related to departmental employees, clinical adjunct instructors, and research administration. In addition, this person leads onboarding responsibilities for non-benefitted positions. The Administrative Specialist reviews and approves procurement card transactions ensuring compliance with sponsored programs requirements and is a lead for the department in UDX procurement processing. The Administrative Specialist is proactive, customer-service driven, demonstrates exceptional attention to detail, and utilizes effective organization skills to meet concurrent deadlines in a results-driven environment.
Academic Program Coordinator - Medical and Molecular Sciences Newark
The Academic Program Coordinator manages all aspects of the administration of the undergraduate and graduate programs, serves as liaison with University faculty, staff, students, and off-campus organizations/contacts, and is responsible for the Programs, Department, and University policy applications.
Building Manager, College of Health Sciences Newark
The Building Manager performs complex administrative duties and tasks involved with the Health Sciences Complex, in support of a variety of departments and programs located on the site. The Building Manager prioritizes and resolves administrative issues using independent judgment, initiative and problem-solving skills. The incumbent coordinates and ensures the implementation of, and compliance with, internal and external administrative policies and procedures. A significant aspect of the work is to seamlessly and professionally support the activities of the building while expanding outreach to visitors/community members/potential tenants. In addition, it will be critical to proactively support the Colleges vision for wide-ranging initiatives that advance the current programs and anticipated growth of the Complex.
Academic Advisor II Newark/Hybrid
The Academic Advisor II will be responsible for the academic advisement of current BHAN junior and senior students as well as development of program marketing and recruitment plans for the undergraduate majors within the department. In addition, they work closely with the Office of Undergraduate Student Services (USS), who provide academic services for all students in the College of Health Sciences.
Post Doctoral Researcher, Epidemiology Newark
The Program in Epidemiology at the University of Delaware is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to work on research and community engagement projects related to applied public health, community health assessments, state health improvement planning, and health equity.
Graduate Services Coordinator Newark
The Graduate Services Coordinator provides comprehensive support for the Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition (BHAN) graduate programs including MS-Dietetic Internship (DI), MS-Human Nutrition, MS-Health Promotion, PhD-Nutrition Science, PhD- Health Behavior Science and Promotion, Health Coaching, and DI Internship. The Graduate Services Coordinator manages the day-to-day operations of the department's graduate programs including recruitment, admissions, program administration, affiliation agreement administration, and alumni and donor relations.
Grants Analyst II Newark
The Grants Analyst II manages an expanding portfolio of contracts, grants and multi-year, multi-institutional program projects within the College of Health Sciences (CHS), with direct oversight of all aspects of fiscal administration for all pre- and post-award activities for the faculty.
Business Administrator II, DE CTR ACCEL Program Newark
The DE CTR ACCEL Program is funded by an NIH IDeA Program Infrastructure for Clinical/Translational Research U54 Cooperative Agreement. The purpose of this award is to improve the infrastructure for clinical/translational research within the state of DE. Our consortium consists of 5 partners: University of DE (UD); the lead institution; Nemours Childrens Health System (Nemours); Christiana Care Hospital System (CCHS); DE State University & the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). There are 6 cores within the ACCEL Program with leadership from across the 5 institutions. The Business Administrator II (BA II) works under the limited direction of the Principal Investigator (PI); serves as an integral member of ACCEL’s senior mgmt team. The BA II works closely with the PI in overall mgmt of the Program, interacts with senior level grants/contract specialists from the University/NIH & grants/admin staff and core leaders from partner institutions. Since UD is the lead institution, the BA II is the key person responsible for overseeing/managing all business/financial/grants operations across consortium institutions. This position is supported by external funds; continuation is contingent upon external funding.
Physical Therapist II, College of Health Sciences Newark
Under general direction of the Director, the Staff Physical Therapist is involved in direct patient care of patients in the University of Delaware Physical Therapy Clinic. The position of Staff Physical Therapist is an integral component of the physical therapy clinic and physical therapy department. The incumbent supervises Doctor¿s of Physical Therapy students during patient care. The incumbent also has a role in mentoring of junior staff therapists in Residency and Fellowship training. This involves guidance and consultation with direct patient care. The Physical Therapist functions independently when given instruction of academic and clinical needs to be addressed. The incumbent is expected to maintain communication with the department, for administrative and research components as well as communication with the faculty of other physical therapy institutions on issues of clinical education and specialty area development. This position has an administrative component that is related to needed projects including protocol development and the student interaction with the clinic environment.Incumbents also are expected to participate in departmental team and committee work.
Continuing Track Assistant Professor, Kinesiology & Applied Physiology Newark
The Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology (KAAP) at the University of Delaware invites nominations and applications for a continuing-track (CT) faculty position (assistant professor, 12--month appointment) in UD’s CAATE-accredited Graduate Athletic Training Education Program. We seek an innovative, dynamic faculty member to teach graduate-level athletic training courses in support of the MS-AT program and undergraduate courses in support of the Sports Health major. Other responsibilities include student advising/mentoring and service to the program, department, college and university. Earned doctorate (ABD will be considered) in Athletic Training or related field is required. BOC certification and eligibility for Delaware licensure as an Athletic Trainer is required. Relevant Athletic Training clinical experience is recommended. Relevant teaching experience (American Heart Association BLS Instructor Certification or equivalent is suggested), technological literacy, and a commitment to integrate technology into classroom instruction is preferred. Familiarity with CAATE-accreditation standards and procedures is recommended. All faculty are expected to contribute to a welcoming campus environment that embraces diversity.
Continuing Track Faculty Positions, School of Nursing Newark
The School of Nursing in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware seeks experienced, innovative and highly motivated candidates for two 9-month, continuing track faculty appointments to join our faculty that includes nationally recognized leaders in advanced practice, education, research, and policy. Desired areas of expertise include adult health nursing and clinical simulation education. Experience with development, coordination, implementation and evaluation of simulation-based education and events highly desirable. Experience with innovative teaching-learning practices, curriculum design and program development preferred. Qualifications for continuing track positions include an MSN, U.S. RN licensure, Delaware RN licensure eligibility, with certification as an APRN highly desirable. All faculty are expected to teach in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Expectations also include participation in scholarship and service activities. All faculty are expected to contribute to a welcoming campus environment that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Revenue Cycle Manager, Health Sciences Deans Office Newark
Provides operational and analytical support to establish and achieve revenue cycle goals and objectives. Using industry guidelines and best practice standards, reviews clinic performance including scheduling, registration, coding, claims submission and adjudication. Manages the relationship with the outsourced billing company and collection agency and ensures they adhere to University/Clinic policy and industry standards. Uses standard and ad hoc reporting to identify areas in need of improvement.
Assistant Professor, Research Newark
The Center for Health Assessment Research and Translation (CHART) in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware is seeking candidates for a research faculty/research scientist position. Successful candidates will play a major role in conducting outcomes-related research in a college-wide research center at the University of Delaware. The successful candidate will assume roles on currently funded grants related to (1) the development of new Quality-of-Life instruments targeted for individuals with neurological impairments and disabilities (e.g., rehabilitation populations); (2) development of self-management intervention tools to improve a wide range of symptoms following spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and major extremity trauma and amputation; 3) use of outcomes measurement tools in program evaluation; (4) outcomes assessment in amputee and orthopedic medicine; (5) research designed to improve quality of life following SCI, TBI, traumatic amputation, or other traumatic injury; and (6) the development of new neuropsychological measures including the assessment of cognitive functioning.
Research Associate I, Center for Health Assessment Research and Translation (CHART) Newark
The Center for Health Assessment Research and Translation (CHART) at the University of Delaware is looking for a full-time Research Associate I to assist our research faculty and scientists in carrying out grant-funded research projects. The Center aims to improve the quality of healthcare and quality of life for children and adults with chronic conditions by improving patient assessment tools and practices. In particular, our team of psychologists and psychometricians studies the science and practice of outcomes measurement in rehabilitation medicine. CHART is funded through multiple grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), the Department of Defense (DoD), and private foundations.
Asst Professor, Research Newark
The Center for Health Assessment Research and Translation (CHART) in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware is seeking candidates for a research faculty/research scientist position. Successful candidates will play a major role in conducting outcomes-related research in a college-wide research center at the University of Delaware. The successful candidate will assume roles on currently funded grants related to (1) the development of new Quality-of-Life instruments targeted for individuals with neurological impairments and disabilities (e.g., rehabilitation populations); (2) development of self-management intervention tools to improve a wide range of symptoms following spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and major extremity trauma and amputation; 3) use of outcomes measurement tools in program evaluation; (4) outcomes assessment in amputee and orthopedic medicine; (5) research designed to improve quality of life following SCI, TBI, traumatic amputation, or other traumatic injury; and (6) the development of new neuropsychological measures including the assessment of cognitive functioning.