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Senior Associate Athletic Director, Governance & Compliance Newark
Are you a game changer with a growth mindset? Join University of Delaware’s Department of Athletics, Community & Campus Recreation and be a valuable contributor and leader to our Compliance Team
Post Doctoral Researcher, Teaching of Writing, Department of English Newark/Hybrid
The Department of English at the University of Delaware is seeking applications for a postdoctoral teaching position to begin either on August 16, 2024, or January 16, 2025. The successful candidate will engage in both the theory and practice of teaching critical writing. This position involves designing a seminar-style course to introduce students to university-level writing, drawing on the candidate's pedagogical and scholarly expertise. The new postdoctoral researcher will join a dynamic and growing cadre of postdoctoral colleagues within our department.
Athletic Trainer I Newark
Unique opportunity to join the AthleticTraining Staff at University of Delaware, Athletics, Community & Campus Recreation
Facilities Coordinator, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Newark
The Facilities Coordinator manages the daily maintenance and logistical needs of the assigned building portfolio, including but not limited to Worrilow Hall, ensuring compliance with university, local, state, and federal policies.  We seek candidates who will incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into their work.
Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Fellow Newark
The University of Delaware Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic (SLHC) is a recognized leader in the region for exceptional care and unparalleled educational experiences. Our mission is to train and inspire clinicians through a comprehensive clinical education experience, while providing quality and person-centered care to a diverse community using research, collaboration, and innovation. The Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellow provides a unique and supportive 13-month experience, designed to mentor excellent new professionals who are dedicated to serving children in a variety of settings. Under the direction of the Director of Clinical Research and Services and the mentorship of a dedicated team of seasoned speech-language pathologists, the Clinical Fellow (referred to hereafter as “Fellow”) will screen, evaluate, and treat communication and swallowing disorders in children in their home and school environments, as well as in the outpatient clinic setting. The Fellow will collaborate with colleagues in CSCD, UD Health, and the community to develop comprehensive and effective treatment plans which support patients and their care partners. In addition to clinical care, the Fellow will have regular access to on site, high-quality mentorship, including weekly meetings, opportunities to audit coursework related to their caseload, leadership development training, access to departmental continuing education, cutting edge evidence-based research, a world class library of assessment and treatment materials, and support to transition to a more permanent position following the completion of their clinical fellowship. At the completion of the program, the Fellow will have experience with a diverse range of clinical populations and settings, a strong foundation in best practices for pediatric assessment and intervention, and a network of supportive colleagues who are dedicated to their continued professional success.
Communications Specialist I, Office of Admissions Newark/Hybrid
Come be a part of the admissions excitement at UD! The Communications Specialist I will manage the development of communications collateral for prospective students and manage the deployment of all communications.
Assistant Director, Slate CRM Newark/Hybrid
The Assistant Director is a critical member of both operations and the communications team and responsible for communication deployment logistics.
Deputy Director, Admissions Newark/Hybrid
The inaugural Deputy Director of Admissions for Communications will oversee the implementation of new initiatives in alignment with the multi-year enrollment plan for the University.
Chief Information Security Officer- IT-Information Security Newark/Hybrid
The University of Delaware's Office of Information Technology has an exciting opportunity for a Chief Information Security Officer. This role is responsible for information security governance, including strategy and program administration, policy development, enforcement and compliance, risk assessment, incident response, and training and awareness programs. This amazing opportunity comes with a great benefits package that includes a comprehensive health benefits package, 403b retirement plan, education benefit for you and your family and so much more. To learn more about this role and apply to this amazing opportunity, please visit www.udel.edu/careers.
Post Doctoral Researcher, NSF Coastlines and People Project Newark
The Disaster Research Center at the University of Delaware seeks a postdoctoral scholar to work on an NSF Coastlines and People project: Coastal Hazards, Equity, Economic prosperity, and Resilience (CHEER). The scholar will engage with a diverse team of researchers, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate students from a dozen universities, including the Cornell University, Boston University, University of Florida, University of California Los Angeles, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, East Carolina University, North Carolina State University, University of Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and SUNY Stony Brook. The scholar will be primarily advised by Drs. Joseph Trainor and A.R. Siders, at the University of Delaware, and the scholar will be primarily based in Newark, Delaware, but there are opportunities to spend time at partner universities and the scholar will be expected to spend some time in the field in our case study locations. The scholar will support research to understand government and household decision-making processes, criteria, and outcomes related to hurricanes, floods, and climate adaptation. The ideal candidate will be able to communicate across disciplines; be familiar with research methods including interviews, surveys, and legal analysis; and serve as an independent scholar and mentor within the team. Candidates should have a PhD in sociology, public policy, disaster science, geography, or a related field.
Scientific Project Manager II Newark/Hybrid
An exciting and dynamic opportunity to join the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL), a public-private partnership whose mission is to accelerate biopharmaceutical innovation, support the development of standards that enable more efficient and rapid manufacturing capabilities, and educate and train a world-leading biopharmaceutical manufacturing workforce, fundamentally advancing U.S. competitiveness in this industry. 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. The Institute is established by a cooperative agreement with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as a public/private consortium of a diverse set of member organizations, including industry, academia, non-profit organizations, state governments, and federal agencies. Institutionally, NIIMBL reports to the Vice President for Research, Scholarship & Innovation. NIIMBL’s most substantial and high-profile activities include the execution of technical projects to advance the readiness levels of relevant technologies and providing educational and workforce training opportunities in biopharmaceutical manufacturing.
Limited Term Researcher, School of Education Newark
The Child’s Play, Learning, and Development Lab at the University of Delaware invites applications for a Limited Term Researcher. The laboratory is extremely active and highly collaborative with a focus on language acquisition, spatial skills, the effect of media, and learning through play. The Researcher will coordinate and facilitate all aspects of the research.
Assistant Director for Residential Facilities and Housing Operations Newark
Residence Life & Housing facilities include more than 40 residential and community buildings housing over 7000 students. Projects include scheduled maintenance, deferred maintenance, addressing emergency facility failures and small projects based upon ongoing assessment of needs aligned with department and institutional occupancy and educational goals.
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.
Business Administrator II, Delaware Geological Survey Newark/Hybrid
The Business Administrator II reports to the Director of the Delaware Geological Survey and is a key member of the DGS management team. The Business Administrator II is primarily responsible for establishing, managing, and coordinating the integrated fiscal and administrative operations of the DGS.
Technical Grant Writer Newark
The Center for Composite Materials (CCM) seeks a highly competent and experienced professional to serve as their Technical Grant Writer. This role reports to the Director at CCM 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.
Grants Analyst II, Delaware Institute for Excellence in Early Childhood Newark/Hybrid
The Grants Analyst II works under the general direction of the DIEEC Director. This position provides support in budget planning, development, control, and administration of all financial operations that impact DIEEC. The Grants Analyst II actively participates in strategic planning and decision-making for DIEEC. The Grants Analyst II maintains productive relationships with constituencies related to the contracts and grants operation in CEHD and the University.
Post Doctoral Researcher, Phonological Learning and Speech Production Newark
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Delaware is seeking candidate for a postdoctoral researcher position in laboratories (https://sites.udel.edu/maps-lab/, https://sites.udel.edu/brainspeak/) focused on phonological learning and speech production (PIs: Drs. Sayako Earle and Ho Ming Chow). This position is 100% research with an ample opportunity to develop teaching skill. The successful candidate will be responsible to carry out advanced neuroimaging analyses on existing fMRI data and develop new experiments using various behavioral, neuroimaging, and neuromodulation techniques (fMRI, DTI, simultaneous EEG-fMRI, tACS, fNIRS). Salary is competitive and is set by the University rules depending on level of training. Initial appointment is for one year with possible renewal contingent upon satisfactory performance and available funding. The position has a starting date of July 1, 2024
Director, Weinberg Center Newark/Hybrid
Over more than two decades, the University of Delaware’s John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance has built a reputation for excellence in the corporate governance field, offering independent and balanced insight and fostering interactions that have helped shape and influence corporate governance debates and developments, while becoming a nationally and internationally recognized thought leader.
Dairy Plant Manager, UDairy Creamery Newark
The Dairy Plant Manager (‘manager’) oversees and operates the production facility, abiding by local and federal regulations to create safe and high-quality dairy products. The manager is responsible for managing plant activities including daily production, equipment cleaning, sanitizing and maintenance; inventory and ordering of ingredients; fulfillment of orders, packaging, storage and distribution to UDairy Storefronts and wholesale accounts; quality and microbiology lab testing of raw milk, finished products, and the environment; and record keeping of all plant procedures and operations.

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