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Benefits Specialist, Office of Human Resources Newark
The Benefits Specialist is responsible for the administration of various benefits programs. The Benefits Specialist is responsible for advising employees about their benefits, developing and implementing a communication plan for annual benefits projects and events, including writing, editing materials and website content; as well as conducting benefits workshops and seminars.
Administrative Assistant III, Lerner College of Business & Economics Newark
The Undergraduate Advising department in the Lerner College of Business & Economics is seeking an Administrative Assistant III to manage the administrative functions of the unit.
Director of Graphic Design, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services (DIARS) Newark
A unique and exciting graphic design opportunity working with the Communications and Creative Services team at University of Delaware in Athletics and Recreation!
Research Associate II (Dr. Duncan Team), Biological Sciences Newark
The mission of the University of Delaware’s Department of Biological Sciences is to create and disseminate knowledge that increases our understanding of living organisms in the contexts of both normal biology and aberrant processes that contribute to disease or developmental abnormalities. This mission is carried out through original research, publications, and teaching students within the discipline and related scientific fields. This mission is strongly supported by the scholarly activities of our faculty, which focus on the areas of cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, microbiology, molecular biology, neurobiology, and physiology.
Assistant AD, Project Management-Internal Operations Newark
Exciting project management opportunity with the Internal Operations team at University of Delaware Athletics and Recreation Services
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.
Academic Program Coordinator, CAS Academic Administration Newark
The CAS Interdisciplinary Centers and Programs umbrella consists of a variety of interdisciplinary programs that are not housed within a single department, including: African American Public Humanities Initiative Program; Center for Material Culture Studies; Center for Secondary Teacher Education; Center for Global Area Studies; Center for the Study of Diversity; Dance Minor; DE Institute for Arts in Education: Delaware Teacher’s Institute; Institute for Transforming University Education/Problem Based Learning Clearinghouse; Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center; Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Program; Master Players Concert Series; Medical /Dental Scholars Program; Military Science; Paul R. Jones Initiative; and, the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture.
Administrative Assistant III, Medical & Molecular Sciences Newark
Under general supervision, the Administrative Assistant III performs and/or oversees a variety of associated complex administrative, staff support and planning activities for the department. Responsibilities require knowledge of record keeping, database management, and administrative support for students, staff, and faculty. This position is responsible for maintaining a high degree of confidentiality, communicating verbally and in writing with the University community, and supervising student workers and building administrative staff. The incumbent will be required to work simultaneously on multiple projects/assignments.
Security Officer- University of Delaware Police Department Newark
The University of Delaware is looking for motivated applicants for the position of security officer. This position will report to the University of Delaware Police Department and perform various duties such as providing security to specific campus locations. This position will work a rotating shift with varied days off. The University offers a comprehensive benefits package, which includes medical, dental, vision, and tuition remission for eligible employees, spouse, and dependent children.
Systems Programmer IV, IT- Enterprise Systems & Cloud Services Newark
The IT-Enterprise Systems and Cloud Services at the University of Delaware has an opening for a Systems Programmer IV. The Systems Programmer IV on the Enterprise Systems and Cloud Services Team is responsible for the operation, maintenance, support, and growth of centralized Microsoft services. These services include an Active Directory with 35,000 users, line of business application servers, and Office 365. The Systems Programmer IV will act as system administrator, in collaboration with other IT professionals, for the central IT Windows services, and provide automation for those services. For a complete list of requirements and job duties and to apply online, please visit our website at http://www.udel.edu/udjobs. The reference number (Job ID) for the position is (enter position number).
Associate Director, Operations - Delaware Biotechnology Institute Newark
The Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI) is an interdisciplinary research unit at the University of Delaware. The vision is to create a better future through leadership in life science research at the University of Delaware.
Financial Coordinator, NIIMBL Newark
An opportunity to join the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL). The Financial Coordinator performs complex financial and administrative duties for NIIMBL. The principal emphasis is on general coordination of departmental financial activities.NIIMBL is a member of the Manufacturing USA network of institutes funded by the federal government to advance United States competitiveness in advanced manufacturing innovation.
Administrative Assistant II, Admissions Office Newark
Administrative Assistant II will support the Associate Director for Events and the Visit Experience, and their team, as well as welcome all visitors to the University Visitors Center with check-in, questions, events and concerns. This position also has other duties as assigned, including monitoring emails, marketing materials, managing calendars, purchasing, expense reconciliation, and other support as needed.
UDaily Writer, Office of Communications and Marketing Newark
The Office of Communications and Marketing invites exceptional talent to be part of the UDaily team, the University’s online news platform. As the major strategic communications leader and dissemination point for information about the University, OCM is dedicated to developing strategies that will continue to elevate UD as a premier research institution, help attract the brightest students and most distinguished faculty and highlight that talent for our many constituencies.
Director, Center for Counseling and Student Development Newark
The mission of the Center for Counseling and Student Development is to foster student learning by promoting psychological wellbeing so that students can be more successful in their academic, personal, and career pursuits. The activities and programs of the Center are intended to help with one or more of the following: reducing psychological symptoms, coping with life events and developmental tasks, improving interpersonal skills and relationships, and increasing self-knowledge and problem-solving ability. Essential to the Center mission is promoting equality and respect for individual and cultural differences. Consultation services are available to the entire University community, whether to enhance student wellbeing, to increase the understanding of student culture, or to improve the ability of faculty and staff to meet student needs.
Graduate Services Specialist, Graduate and Professional Education Newark
As a critical member of the Graduate Professional Development team, the Specialist works under the general supervision of the Sr. Assistant Dean for Professional Development and serves as a career advisor and graduate services administrator who is responsible for one-on-one career coaching and programming and other related educational events for graduate students and postdoctoral trainees at the University. The specialist supports a variety of professional development initiatives that help graduate students and postdocs acquire high-demand skills. The incumbent must be relatable to students, capable of building strong relationships with diverse stakeholders including students, alumni, staff, and faculty, and adaptable to changing trends in student interests, and market trends. As the Graduate College is committed to addressing issues around diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our work, the Specialist also must be committed to engaging in meaningful dialogue and pursuing action that will improve social and racial justice. In addition, the individual in this role works closely with all members of the Graduate College team and operates within the broader vision and mission of the Graduate College to empower graduate students and postdoctoral trainees to achieve their academic, professional, and personal aspirations. The successful applicant would have a positive attitude, eagerness to learn and contribute, can manage multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously, and has excellent interpersonal, communication, and coaching skills. The student-facing nature of the role requires that candidates exhibit a professional demeanor and diplomacy as well as the highest standards of integrity and ethics.
Technical Operations Director, NIIMBL Newark
An exciting and dynamic opportunity to join the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL). NIIMBL’s most substantial and high-profile activities include the execution of technical projects to advance the readiness levels of relevant technologies, assays, and methods related to biopharmaceutical manufacturing. These projects include scopes of scientific work that are multi-organizational and involve experimental studies at a level consistent with best practices found in the biopharmaceutical industry. Many of these projects will be hosted at the University of Delaware in the Ammon-Pinizzotto Biopharmaceutical Innovation Center, which serves as NIIMBL’s headquarters, and houses state-of-the-art laboratory facilities purpose-built for such studies.
Laboratory Equipment Manager, NIIMBL Newark
An exciting and dynamic opportunity to join the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL). NIIMBL’s most substantial and high-profile activities include the execution of technical projects to advance the readiness levels of relevant technologies, assays, and methods related to biopharmaceutical manufacturing. These projects include scopes of scientific work that are multi-organizational and involve experimental studies at a level consistent with best practices found in the biopharmaceutical industry. Many of these projects will be hosted at the University of Delaware in the Ammon-Pinizzotto Biopharmaceutical Innovation Center, which serves as NIIMBL’s headquarters, and houses state-of-the-art laboratory facilities purpose-built for such studies.
Assistant Director, Ticket Sales/Athletics Ticket Sales Coordinator Newark
Exciting opportunity to join the University of Delaware Athletics and Recreation Services Sales Team
Assistant Director, External Relations/Project Manager, External Relations Newark
Exciting project management opportunity with University of Delaware's Athletics and Recreation Services Department

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