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Senior Associate Athletic Director - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Newark
Unique opportunity with University of Delaware Athletics and Recreation Services
HR Manager, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources Newark
The HR Manager at the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) provides counsel to the Dean, Deputy Dean, College Business Officer, Department Chairs, Center Directors, faculty, and staff on all matters of human resources management. The HR Manager's responsibilities will extend to all CANR operations including the UD Farm, UD Creamery, Cooperative Extension Program, and will encompass CANR locations in Newark, Georgetown, and Dover.
Associate Data Scientist, Human Development & Family Science Newark
The Associate Data Scientist will lead research and analysis efforts under the newly funded Delaware Research Alliance whereby UD actively partners with state agencies such as the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE); Department of Services for Children, Youth, and their Families; Delaware Department of Health and Social Services; and other social, educational and health agencies to develop and implement a shared research agenda investigating emerging trends, early warning indicators, and policy solutions in Delaware. The Associate Data Scientist will lead the linking and analyses of existing state longitudinal data systems for ongoing analysis of issues related to education, health, and social outcomes.
Assistive Technology Mgr/Sr. Assistive Technology Mgr Georgetown
Join a vibrant community dedicated to excellence! The Center for Disabilities Studies works to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families through education, advocacy, service and research. It promotes empowerment and opportunity, accessibility and inclusiveness, so all may fully participate in – and enrich – their communities.
Academic Program Manager, College of Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Academic Services Newark
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) at the University of Delaware is nationally recognized for its exceptional educational experiences and for integrating instruction, research, and public engagement. With 24 academic departments in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, more than 25 centers, programs, and institutes, and featuring outstanding research and teaching facilities, CAS serves over 7,500 students, is supported by approximately 400 staff, and maintains annual operating expenditures of over $121M. The College’s 600 faculty members emphasize the enduring value of an arts and sciences education and a deep commitment to excellence in scholarship and all forms of creative and intellectual expression, with sponsored research expenditures totaling more than $38.6M per fiscal year.
Administrative Assistant III, School of Marine Science & Policy Newark
Under the general supervision of the Business Administrator, this position performs complex administrative and financial duties for the School of Marine Science and Policy (SMSP). The principal emphasis is on general administration and office management as well as providing the most efficient and effective administrative support and customer service to facilitate research and educational functions in the School and College. Ensures compliance with internal and external administrative policies and procedures as well as prioritizes and resolves administrative issues. A high level of independent judgment, initiative and problem-solving skills, and the ability to demonstrate a high degree of confidentiality and discretion are required.
Computing Supp Specialist II Newark
The IT Information Security department is seeking a Computing Support Specialist II to support the College of Health Sciences Clinics. The Information Technologies unit (UDIT) provides the University with robust technology campus wide. Great opportunity to join a vibrant organization dedicated to excellence!
Informatics Manager, IT-Information Technologies Newark
The IT Information Security department is seeking an Informatics Manager to support the College of Health Sciences Clinics. The Information Technologies unit (UDIT) provides the University with robust technology campus wide. Great opportunity to join a vibrant organization dedicated to excellence!
Application Analyst, IT-Information Security Newark
The IT Information Security department is seeking an Application Analyst to support the College of Health Sciences Clinics. The Information Technologies unit (UDIT) provides the University with robust technology campus wide. Great opportunity to join a vibrant organization dedicated to excellence!
Director, Real Estate Newark
The Director, Real Estate leads various activities for the Facilities, Real Estate, and Auxiliary Services organization.
Assistant Professor of French, College of Arts and Sciences Newark
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures (https://www.dllc.udel.edu) in the College of Arts and Sciences seeks an Assistant Professor of French to teach French language courses and serve as Course Coordinator in our elementary French language sequence, managing curriculum, coordinating with instructors, and supervising teaching assistants. The ability to teach intermediate to advanced courses in French film, literature, or culture is a plus. The core responsibilities of this position (12 credits per semester or equivalent) involve service as the Course Coordinator and Instructor for one course in our introductory sequence, as well as teaching at the intermediate and/or advanced levels as necessary. The position is a terminal appointment that is renewable for up to 3 years, with a start date of February 1, 2022. It includes full benefits.
Program Manager, UD Montessori Teacher Residency Newark
The University of Delaware Division of Professional and Continuing Studies (UD PCS) launched the University of Delaware Montessori Teacher Residency (UDMTR) in the winter of 2020 to support the growing need for Montessori teachers in regional public schools.  UDMTR partners with Montessori schools who wish to recruit and train new teachers by providing intensive coaching and instruction over the course of a two-year teacher residency program. With the support of the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMPS) the program launched the first cohort of residents for elementary classrooms in the summer of 2020 and is currently launching the second cohort in the summer of 2021.  The program expects to launch a Montessori Early Childhood program in the summer of 2022.
Mental Health Professional (Psychiatrist or Advanced Practical Psych Nurse) Newark
The work of the Mental Health Professional supports the University’s mission and vision of comprehensive wellbeing services for students, as well as the strategic initiatives of the Division of Student Life to ensure student success. The Mental Health Professional will be an active citizen of the department, engaged in internal committee work, development, and delivery of clinical and training programming, as well as creating connection and community with staff. Members of the Student Life Wellbeing team engage with all aspects of the University community to engender a campus environment that supports health and wellness and creates a foundation for life-long wellbeing by providing Blue Hens with the services, care, and skills to make healthy choices.
Director, Strategic Wellbeing and Training Newark
The Division of Student Life is seeking a Director of Strategic Wellbeing and Training. The Director is responsible for the development, implementation and assessment of strategic wellbeing planning and support, and oversees a campus-wide training program which prepares campus stakeholders to become improved advocates of student wellbeing.
Academic Support Coordinator, Behavioral Health & Nutrition Newark
The Academic Support Coordinator supports the day-to-day operation and advising mission of the Department of Behavioral Health & Nutrition. The major emphasis of this position is coordinating, compiling and disseminating a variety of student and program related information.
Associate Director, Clinical Education Newark
Under the limited direction of the Director of the Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) Program and Clinical Services, the Associate Director of Clinical Education is responsible for all administrative aspects of the integrated clinical education (ICE) component of DPT program. The Associate Director of Clinical Education will provide leadership to numerous clinical faculty and professionals by managing all components associated with clinical education. The Physical Therapy Department is the fifth largest full-time graduate program at the University of Delaware with 108 full-time students and is the first nationally ranked program in the country. Clinical education is an integral component of the University of Delaware¿s DPT curriculum. While the Associate Director of the ICE¿s will have primary responsibility for administration of the in-house clinical training of DPT students, this position will support full-time clinical education placements as needed. In addition, the Associate Director will teach within his/her area of expertise, perform scholarly activity in the area of Physical Therapy, treat in the Physical Therapy Clinic, and participate in service to the Department and/or University.
Administrative Assistant II, Biden Institute at UD Newark
The Biden Institute at the University of Delaware is a world-class intellectual and policy center, serving as a destination for scholars, activists, policymakers, and national leaders on subjects impacting United State domestic policy formulation and exaction.
Research Associate I, Research Office Newark
The Center for Biomedical and Brain Imaging (CBBI) is a core facility at the University of Delaware dedicated to scientific research. It is equipped with a Siemens 3.0T MRI scanner and a 9.4T Bruker small-bore scanner. It supports a wide range of scientific investigations through imaging of humans, animals, and materials.
Administrative Assistant III, Academic Enrichment Center Newark
Do you pride yourself with attention to detail, enjoy the challenge of student success, and uphold accuracy and discretion in your work? Be a part of the Academic Enrichment Center and check out the Administrative Assistant III position!
Assistant to the Dean, Health Sciences Deans Office Newark
Context of the Job:Under general direction of the Dean, the Assistant to the Dean manages, plans, organizes and provides support in a variety of operational areas including for the Dean of the College, Deputy Dean, Associate Dean for Research. Serves as liaison between the Dean and the CHS leadership team, the college¿s academic units, UD administrative offices, State officials, donors, current and potential internal and external partners in education, healthcare, business, development, the community, media, current and prospective undergraduate students, parents and graduate students, following College and UD administrative policies and procedures. Works simultaneously on multiple projects/assignments in an often-changing environment. Communicates efficiently and effectively in writing and verbally via phone and in-person. Responsible for general office management. Supervisor to non-exempt (Administrative Assistant III) staff person, student workers, and variable hour employees.The College of Health Sciences leads the charge in creating new models for translational research, inter-professional education and innovative healthcare delivery. State-of-the-art research and classroom facilities are directly linked to three clinics - the Physical Therapy Clinic; Nurse Managed Primary Care Center, and Speech, Language and Hearing clinic - all located at the STAR Health complex. This position is instrumental in bringing this to fruition while ensuring daily administrative needs and deadlines are met, all while evolving our future by prioritizing and coordinating meetings and projects that advance the Dean¿s and the College¿s wide range of initiatives.

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