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Extension Agent I, Vegetable Crops Georgetown
This position is part of a dynamic team of specialists and agents working on vegetable crops important to Delaware’s agricultural community. Delaware is a regional leader in the production of fresh market and processing vegetable crops.  This position will work closely with the Extension Vegetable & Fruit Specialist to develop a research and outreach program to benefit vegetable producers in Delaware.
Effort Certification Manager - Research Office Newark/Hybrid
The Effort Certification Manager is responsible for all aspects of the effort certification system and the fiscal compliance with federal regulations. Effort certification is a requirement of the federal government whereby all recipients of federal funds must certify their time spent on sponsored programs.
Program Coordinator, Academics and Campus Engagement, Center for Disabilities Studies Newark/Hybrid
The Career and Life Studies Certificate (CLSC) offers individuals with intellectual disabilities academic, career, and independent-living instruction at UD that prepares them for future employment or further education. As day students or students living on campus in residence halls, for two years or four years, they participate in classes, clubs, campus events, internships, and work experiences.
Lab Coordinator II, Allen Biotechnology Laboratory Newark
The CCABL Lab Coordinator II reports to the CCABL Senior Scientist within the University of Delaware Avian Biosciences Center. The CCABL Lab Coordinator II manages facility operations and coordinates the activities of the CCABL, providing support to faculty, staff, extension professionals, students and facilities personnel. This position also performs a variety of technical tasks related to special operations of the CCABL such as Biosafety Level 3 operations and containment in accordance with USDA APHIS Select Agent program requirements. The CCABL Lab Coordinator II also coordinates the operations, and coordinates activities on the Poultry Research and Teaching Unit (PRTU) on the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources College Farm in Newark.
Billing Coordinator, Core Facility Finance & Operations Newark/Hybrid
The Core Facility Finance & Operations unit is a centralized team dedicated to supporting all core facilities reporting to the Research Office. The core facilities support research and teaching for multiple departments and colleges at the University of Delaware as well as users from external universities and corporations. These highly specialized facilities provide shared user access to cutting-edge capabilities that enable competitive research that would otherwise be too costly for individual researchers to support. Under the direction of the Financial Analyst, Core Facility Finance & Operations, the Billing Coordinator is responsible for unit and core facility billing, and assistance with rate calculation. In addition, the team is charged with ensuring compliance with federal service center and UD policies, with financial oversight governed by 2CFR200, Uniform Guidance. The specialized knowledge of the Core Facility Finance & Operations unit ensures streamline data gathering, support of multiple billing platforms, collaboration with core directors, and other university departments for consistency and compliance in rate setting, overall operations, and budget management.
Family Support Specialist*, Early Learning Center Newark
Childcare Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) grants are provided to institutions of higher education (IHEs) by the federal government to support or establish campus-based childcare services that primarily serve the needs of low-income students. The University of Delaware’s CCAMPIS grant supports childcare scholarships and family support programs at the UD Early Learning Center (ELC) for the children of eligible parents interested in pursuing a UD education. A leader in early care and education, the ELC provides full-day, research-based care and education for infants and children from birth through second grade.
Tenure Track, Associate/Full Professor of Avian Biosciences Newark
The Department of Animal and Food Sciences (ANFS) at the University of Delaware invites applications for a full-time 9-month tenured faculty appointment beginning August 1, 2024 to complement the department’s research areas in poultry disease prevention, gut health, environmental management, and food safety. Applicants will be considered for the title of Associate/Full Professor of Avian Biosciences with a 60% research, 25% teaching, and 15% service appointment.
Mental Health Content Specialist Newark/Hybrid
The Mental Health Content Specialist will work in close partnership with community stakeholders to strengthen the capacity of mental health systems to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). The content specialist will have a strong background in mental health and IDD so they may coordinate, design, deliver, and evaluate engaging and informative training and technical assistance to a wide variety of constituents. Join a growing team of professionals dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with IDD and their families.
Associate Director, Early Childhood Newark/Hybrid
The Associate Director, Early Childhood works under the limited direction of the Deputy Director, DIEEC. This position directs and leads the development and delivery of professional learning experiences for Delaware’s early childhood workforce and oversees direct service staff implementing these efforts. The Associate Director, Early Childhood collaborates with internal and external partners to ensure effective delivery of services that meet the needs of Delaware’s early childhood community.
Research Associate II, Integrated Pest Management Georgetown
The University of Delaware Carvel Research and Education Center serves as the experiment station and county extension office for southern Delaware in Sussex County. This facility provides the setting for applied research in many areas coupled with the dissemination of these results and additional information to Sussex County residents as well as to the state and region.
Nutrition Assistant, Cooperative Extension Newark
Cooperative Extension is an outreach branch of the University. Cooperative Extension’s educational and research programs connect the public with university knowledge, research, and resources to address the needs of youth, family, community, and agricultural communities. Under direct supervision, the nutrition assistant assists limited-income families in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary for preparing a safe, cost-saving, nutritious meal plan. The principal emphasis is on conducting nutrition programs for limited-income families. Independent judgment and discretion are required; those bilingual in Spanish are encouraged to apply.
Continuing Track Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences Newark
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Delaware is searching for a colleague to join our faculty as a continuing-track Assistant Professor to fulfill two roles: supporting the department’s bachelor’s degree in actuarial science, and teaching general education mathematics courses.
AP Bio Safety Lead Newark
The Safety Lead assists with developing and implementing new procedures for resolving non-routine matters that are highly visible. University policy, government regulations, institutional precedents, professional standards, and accepted best practices govern independent action. The Safety Lead routinely interacts with students and staff and functions as an internal consultant in safety and health matters relating to occupational and environmental issues.
Technical Grant Writer, NIIMBL Newark/Hybrid
NIIMBL seeks a Technical Grant Writer to join the Marketing and Communications Team. This role reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications at NIIMBL with strong cross-functional collaboration. The Technical Grant Writer should have at least 4 years of progressive experience in grant writing or technical writing. This role will require skills to support and develop technical copy with minimal direction and should have experience in providing detailed grant and proposal development from understanding proposal requirement and deadlines to producing original content and proofing proposals prior to timely submission.
Residence Hall Coordinator Newark
Residence Hall Coordinators (RHCs) at the University of Delaware play a key role in creating engaging and dynamic experiences within each of our residential communities. Through our residential curriculum, staff provide opportunities for students to learn and grow through building and floor level initiatives, while ensuring the safety and wellbeing of between 300 and 600 students. RHC’s work within an assigned residential area to create living environments that facilitate positive learning experiences and support the academic mission of the University.
Practicum Education Coordinator Newark
In collaboration with the practicum liaisons and instructors, the Practicum Education Coordinator will ensure that students obtain appropriate practicum placements, have effective practicum education plans, and receive the optimal practicum experience at their host organizations. The successful candidate will also be responsible for ensuring that a practicum education manual is developed and implemented as written and will maintain consistent contact with host organizations to ensure successful student placements.
Assistant Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (OEOA) Newark
The Office of Equal Opportunity and Access & Deputy Title IX Coordinator is seeking a Director to identify and oversees a range of educational programs, services and initiatives designed to co-create an interculturally-inclusive campus community dedicated to advancing the university's equity, diversity, social justice, and inclusion aims and mission.
Open Rank, Tenure-Track/Tenured, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Newark
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Delaware invites applications for a tenure-track, open-rank Professor position. The University of Delaware combines a rich history in engineering with a commitment to both undergraduate and graduate education and scholarly excellence. Supported by state-of-the-art facilities, research is conducted across all eight colleges and numerous interdisciplinary institutes and centers. The main campus in Newark, Delaware, provides the amenities of a vibrant college town with convenient access to the major cities of the East Coast. CBE at the University of Delaware is located in the renowned Alan Colburn Lab, the 194,000-square-foot state-of-the-art Harker Lab, and the newly opened 228,000-square-foot Ammon Pinizzotto Biopharmaceutical Lab on the 272-Acre Science, Technology and Advanced Research campus. The STAR campus boasts world-class research and teaching facilities and offers rich prospects for academic and commercial collaborations.
Faculty Position (Continuing Track), English Language Institute Newark
Faculty Position (Continuing Track), English Language Institute, College of Arts and Sciences The English Language Institute (ELI) at the University of Delaware ( seeks applications from outstanding ESL professionals to fill two full-time, continuing-track faculty positions, effective August 16, 2024. Positions may be offered at the instructor rank or, given suitable qualifications, assistant professor rank. Full-time faculty members typically teach up to twenty contact hours per week in one or more of the ELI’s varied and innovative programs. Qualifications include: a master’s degree in TESL/TEFL or in a related field, at least three years of relevant classroom experience at the time of the application, substantial expertise in English for Academic Purposes or teacher training, and the ability to teach in person on campus. Candidates may also have experience in course design, curriculum development, assessment, K-12 teaching, living outside of the U.S., and learning an additional language. Qualified candidates may be able to teach courses in the MA-TESL program. Continuing-track faculty at the University of Delaware have teaching-focused appointments. Faculty are also encouraged to conduct research, publish, and present at academic and professional conferences, for which support may be provided. Service is expected, including serving on various institute, college, and university committees. Candidates should be strongly committed to high-quality instruction in a diverse, student-centered environment and be able to work with international students with various learning needs and backgrounds. We seek creative individuals who are eager to work in a collaborative environment and are dedicated to incorporating diversity, equity, and inclusion in their work.
Post Doctoral Researcher, Ecosystem Services, Applied Economics and Statistics Newark
The Department of Applied Economics and Statistics (APEC) at the University of Delaware seeks a qualified candidate to serve as a Postdoctoral Researcher for a total of 2-3 years possible in the role. The successful candidate will focus on measuring ecosystem service benefits related to water management projects (dams, reservoirs, wetland mitigation projects, levees, canals, flood control, beach nourishment, and others) and calculating appropriate benefit transfers to existing and proposed projects in the United States.

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