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Project Manager Newark
Project Planning & Delivery (PPD) is responsible for all planning, architectural and engineering design and construction of major and minor renovations and capital projects. In pursuit of these activities, the Department interfaces with the University community, outside contractors, and regulatory agencies. The department maintains the University’s Facilities Database, develops the University’s Design and Construction Specification Standards, and maintains the library of university building plans.
Lab Coordinator II, Kinesiology & Applied Physiology Newark
Job context: Date prepared: 10/6/2021The Department of Kinesiology & Applied Physiology seeks a Lab Coordinator II to support basic and translational physiology research related to cardiovascular physiology and skeletal muscle physiology. The Lab Coordinator II will be responsible for overseeing all activities within a core wet lab that supports faculty, postdoctoral researchers graduate students, and undergraduate students within the department. The Lab Coordinator II will be responsible for maintaining organization and structure within the core lab, training new users on standard wet lab procedures and assisting with new protocol development. The ideal candidate will have at least four years of experience working in a research laboratory setting and a background in basic and translational wet lab procedures (e.g., Western blotting, PCR, ELISA assays, cell culture and microscopy).
Building Coordinator, College of Health Sciences - Facilities Newark
The College of Health Sciences is leading the charge in creating new models for translational research, inter-professional education, and innovative healthcare delivery in a complex and rapidly changing environment. The College is also playing a leading role on the Universitys STAR (Science, Technology, and Advanced Research) Campus with the creation of the Health Sciences Complex, which includes state-of-the-art research, education, and meeting facilities which are directly linked to our clinical care in the Physical Therapy clinic, the Speech, Language, Hearing clinic and the Nurse Managed Health Center clinics. Under limited supervision of the Building Supervisor, the Building Coordinator 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 Coordinator 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 Support Coordinator II, Associate in Arts Program Wilmington
The Coordinator interacts with and supports faculty, students, College and University administrators, and alumni to support the mission and goals of the Department(s), College, and University and to advance departmental teaching, service, and research objectives.
Research Technician I, Biomedical Engineering Newark
The Biomedical Engineering Department of the University of Delaware is looking for a Research Technician I to become part of a collaborative research group studying musculoskeletal tissue biomechanics.
Administrative Assistant IIl, Admissions Office Newark
Job Description Administrative Assistant III Context of the Job: Under the general direction of the Executive Director of Admission, the Administrative Assistant III performs and/or oversees a variety of highly complex administrative and fiscal support functions for the department. In addition to being the primary contact for the Executive Director, the Administrative Assistant III supports the daily program administration of the 43 staff-member department. The Administrative Assistant III serves as a primary liaison with HR for processing new hires, contracts, submitting payroll data, and implementing and monitoring unit compliance with administrative policies. Fiscally-related responsibilities include an approval role within the procurement process, monitoring and creating summary-level reports of expenditures within the context of the annual budget, and managing vendor contracts. The office of undergraduate admissions is responsible for the recruitment and selection of new students to the university. Each year the office receives several thousand visitors and 30,000+ applications in order to enroll 4400 first-year students and 500 transfer students each fall. Major areas of focus include pre-college programming, domestic and international undergraduate recruitment. The departmental budget exceeds $7 million.
Student Financial Services Advisor Newark
Under the general direction of the Senior Student Financial Services (SFS) Advisor, the SFS Advisor is responsible for providing billing and financial aid advisement to students and their families. The SFS Advisor counsels students and families on financing a University of Delaware education.
Associate Director, Recruitment and Selection Newark
The Office of Admissions is responsible for meeting undergraduate admission goals in support of the strategic vision and goals of the university. Special attention is given to residents of the state of Delaware, historically underserved students, academically talented students, and broadly contributing to the diversity of the university. The Associate Director for Recruitment and Selection is a critical member of the leadership team for the department and is a close advisor to the Director for the development and execution of the recruitment plan.
Sr Accountant, Treasury Services Newark
Treasury Services is responsible for the management of all University banking services and relationships, all facets of bond issuance and post issuance bond compliance, and cash management and accounts receivables.
University Clinician, Student Health Services Newark
SHS receives more than 45,000 visits each year from University of Delaware students, and provides a full range of primary care, treatment, and referral services as well as related health education programs. All programs and services are aimed at maintaining the physical and emotional wellbeing of UD students. MD or DO as well as NP candidates will be considered.
Post Doctoral Researcher, Psychological & Brain Sciences Newark
Dr. Jeffrey Spielberg is accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher position in the Connectomics of Anxiety and Depression Lab at the University of Delaware. The researcher will contribute to an ongoing NIMH-funded R01 grant examining longitudinal change in brain networks that contribute to anxiety development during early adolescence, with a focus on pubertal hormones. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in programming and MRI analysis, along with an interest in adolescent development, emotion/motivation, and/or anxiety, although all applications are encouraged. Clinical training or experience with network analysis methods are not required, but would be considered an asset. Applications from any area of Psychology/Neuroscience are encouraged, although experience with humans is necessary. The primary duties of the postdoctoral researcher will be to analyze MRI data and write manuscripts for publication. In addition, the researcher will have the opportunity to learn and apply cutting-edge network-analysis methods (e.g., graph theory) to understand the network basis for anxiety. The position would last for a two-year period with potential for renewal. If you are interested in being considered for the position, please send a current CV, a brief statement of interest that outlines your qualifications for the position, reprints of selected papers, and the names of
Grants Analyst I/Grants Analyst II, College of Earth, Ocean and Environment Newark, Lewes
The Grants Analyst manages the pre-award and post-award administration for contracts and grants as part of a team managing the College of Earth, Ocean and Environment research expenditures of approximately $50M
Junior Engineer, Ship & Marine Operations Lewes
Exciting entry to mid-level opportunity aboard a research ship with diesel electric propulsion.  Marine Engineers monitor, maintain, and repair propulsion and other ship’s systems.  They also operate winches and cranes to deploy scientific equipment.  On the job training provided.  The ship typically sails out of our home port in Lewes, DE.  USCG endorsement as QMED and / or AB preferred but not required.  Great work environment and benefits. The HUGH R SHARP (SHARP) is a $20+m University owned advanced technology floating lab which supports oceanographic research funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Office of Naval Research (ONR), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and academic intuitions throughout the U.S. The University of Delaware is a member of the University National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS) and is one of the few institutions nationwide that operates a regional class research vessel. The ship is a high-tech Laboratory at sea.
Chairperson, Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Newark
Chair, Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures The University of Delaware seeks applications for the position of Chair of the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures ( We need a visionary leader to guide as we meet the evolving needs of today’s students and to help enhance the Department’s scholarly reputation and visibility. The Chair will provide academic and administrative leadership, manage and secure resources for the Department, promote excellence in research and teaching, and foster a collegial atmosphere that supports the Department’s mission and vision. Applicants must hold a Ph.D. in an area appropriate to LLC, and will have a distinguished record of scholarship, a commitment to teaching excellence, and leadership experience working with faculty, staff, and administration.
Continuing Track Assistant Professor, Food Science Newark
The Department of Animal and Food Sciences at the University of Delaware invites applications for a 9-month, continuing non-tenure track position of Assistant Professor to begin Fall 2022. This position is 80% teaching and 20% service (15% professional and 5% conventional University service). Teaching responsibilities will include courses in diverse areas of food science, food safety, and food systems. Courses could include Food Science, Product Development, Sensory Evaluation, Food Regulation, Fermentation Sciences, and additional courses depending on academic expertise, qualifications, and departmental priorities and programming.
Compensation/Sr Compensation Analyst, Office of Human Resources Newark
The advancement of the University depends on the health and wellbeing of our most valuable asset—our people. The Office of Human Resources is looking for a Compensation/Senior Compensation Analyst to join it's Compensation and Benefits team.
Continuing Track Assistant Professor, Animal Science Newark
The Department of Animal and Food Sciences at the University of Delaware invites applications for a 9-month, continuing non-tenure track position of Assistant Professor to begin Fall 2022. This position is 95% teaching and 5% service. Teaching responsibilities will include courses in support of majors in pre-veterinary medicine, animal biosciences, animal sciences, and the minor in equine science, including Functional Anatomy and three other animal science courses annually, depending on academic expertise, qualifications, and departmental priorities and programming. The candidate is expected to actively engage in innovative scholarly activity related to instruction, including but not limited to teaching courses, participation in curriculum revision and enhancement, seeking funding for their teaching program, and sharing the results of successful innovative pedagogies through peer-reviewed publications. The candidate will participate in recruiting, mentoring, and advising undergraduate students. All faculty members are expected to create a diverse and inclusive learning environment while serving in a collegial fashion and in accordance with professional and ethical principles when dealing with other faculty members, staff, farm managers, students, administrators, and members of the public.
Continuing Track Faculty Position, Computer and Information Sciences Newark
The Department of Computer & Information Sciences at the University of Delaware (CIS at UD) invites applications for a teaching faculty position to begin Fall 2022. This is a full-time, non-tenure track position with an initial two-year contract, renewable in a program that leads to substantial job security.
Tenure Track Faculty Position, Life Span Development Newark
The Human Development and Family Sciences department at the University of Delaware values diversity, inclusion and the promotion of positive human development within the rapidly changing global environment in which we live. Our programs prepare students to make a difference by working in areas such as early childhood education, family, community services, and human resources.
Research Associate I, Psychological & Brain Sciences Newark
The Connectomics of Anxiety and Depression (CAD) Lab is housed in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Delaware. The lab is headed by Dr. Jeffrey Spielberg, Principal Investigator (PI). The individual will contribute to an ongoing NIMH-funded R01 grant examining longitudinal change in brain networks that contribute to anxiety development during early adolescence, with a focus on pubertal hormones. The position is temporary and may be renewed on a 12-month basis, dependent upon available funding and performance. The position is ideal for motivated individuals interested in applying to graduate school in psychology or neuroscience in the future, as it will offer the opportunity for mentored research projects and developing manuscripts for publication. Ultimately, a 2-year commitment is strongly preferred.

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