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Program Coordinator, Community Music School Newark
The Community Music School (CMS) is a separate entity within the School of Music that offers programs year-round for students preschool age to adult, including a wide array of private study opportunities, community-based ensembles, and summer camp experiences. With limited direction from the Business Administrator II and the Associate Dean for the Arts, the Coordinator of Community Music School and Outreach, manages a +/- $200,000 annual budget, with direct supervision over student and professional artist faculty. Additionally, the Coordinator is at the forefront for public engagement for the School of Music, working to build alliances throughout the Arts and Education communities in the recruitment of prospective students, the coordination of educational initiatives and School of Music outreach.
Instructional Specialist, Professional Development Center for Educators Newark
The Professional Development Center for Educators within the University of Delaware’s College of Education and Human Development works closely with teachers and administrators to carefully craft services that meet the particular needs of schools and school districts.
Director of Clinical Services and Residency Training Newark
The Department of Physical Therapy in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware seeks experienced, innovative and highly motivated candidates for an 11 month, continuing track faculty appointment as Director of Clinical Services and Residency Training. We seek a Physical Therapist with experience in clinical management, a commitment to professional and graduate physical therapy education, a history of scholarly activity, strong interpersonal skills and a vision and/or experience working at the state or national level. The candidate should be aware of current pressures and trends in physical therapy education and care delivery, have a strong vision for physical therapy as a profession and organizational skills to implement short- and long- term goals. A DPT degree and eligibility for licensure as a physical therapist in Delaware is required. The successful candidate will contribute to the Department’s teaching efforts in the DPT Program in his or her area of expertise. All faculty are expected to contribute to a welcoming campus environment that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Continuing Track Assistant Professor, Wildlife Ecology Newark
The Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware seeks to fill a full-time, continuing-track, Assistant Professor position in Wildlife Ecology to begin in August 2022. Continuing-track faculty at the University of Delaware primarily fill classroom teaching roles and progress through a series of contracts, renewed after peer review, and eventually resulting in a rolling 5-year contract, rather than tenure. The successful candidate will contribute to academic programs by teaching 3-4 courses per semester, covering a variety of topics such as Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, GIS in Wildlife Conservation, Conservation Biology, Wildlife Management, Wildlife Techniques, Mammalogy, Ornithology, Introduction to Quantitative Ecology, and Population Ecology.
Research Associate II, Vascular Function and Chronic Disease Laboratory Newark
The Vascular Function and Chronic Disease Laboratory at the University of Delaware, under the direction of Dr. Melissa Witman, is seeking a Research Associate II to support multiple investigations on cardiovascular function in humans. The Research Associate II will be an integral part and leader of the research team by ensuring proper procedures and protocols are followed in the lab, overseeing projects and data collection, and training graduate and undergraduate students on various lab procedures.
IT Support Consultant II (CANR Support), IT Client Support & Services Newark
The IT Client Support & Services department (IT-CS&S) is seeking an IT Support Consultant II to support the faculty, staff, and students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR). IT-CS&S focuses on helping the UD community use technology effectively and efficiently. The Information Technologies unit (UDIT) provides the University with robust technology campus wide. Great opportunity to join a vibrant organization dedicated to excellence!
Internal Auditor II Newark
The Office of Internal Audit and Compliance serves as a proactive partner with UD’s management and staff to enhance business processes and internal controls, and monitor compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
Program Coordinator, CRiSP Newark
The Center for Research in Soft matter & Polymers (CRiSP) seeks a Program Coordinator to collaboratively plan, develop, and implement a diverse range of programmatic activities that serve CRiSP, the Center for Hybrid, Active, & Responsive Materials (CHARM), and the Center for Plastics Innovation (CPI).
IT Support Consultant I, IT-Client Support & Services Newark
Come join the IT Team as an IT Support Consultant! The Information Technologies Department (UDIT) provides the University with robust technology campus-wide. Great opportunity for growth and development.
Associate Director, Study Abroad, Center for Global Programs & Services Newark
Contribute to the internationalization of UD by leading a team engaged in education abroad, advising and support services for students pursuing global activities, and promoting global engagement at UD.
Laboratory Coordinator II*, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Newark
The Laboratory Coordinator II ensures the efficient maintenance and operation of equipment and facilities in the Epps ( and Korley ( Research Groups in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Delaware.
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!
Groundskeeper Newark
Exciting opportunity with the Facilities Team!
Tenure Track Faculty Position, Coastal Geology Newark, Lewes
The School of Marine Science and Policy (SMSP) seeks to hire a coastal geologist with research interests in geological processes occurring within tidal wetlands, beaches, barrier islands, estuaries, and shallow marine environments. Additional areas of interest include coastal resiliency, geohazards, geospatial and deep learning analytics. SMSP offers graduate programs in Marine Biosciences, Marine Policy, Oceanography, and Physical Ocean Science & Engineering and an undergraduate major in Marine Science. SMSP is situated on the main campus in Newark and the coastal campus in Lewes, which together offer convenient access to a variety of coastal and estuarine environments in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Non Tenure Assistant/Associate Professor, Research Newark
The Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy & Administration at the University of Delaware seeks an experienced, innovative, and highly motivated candidates to join our faculty.
Tenure Track Faculty Position, Behavioral Health and Nutrition Newark
The Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition (BHAN) in the College of Health Sciences (CHS) at the University of Delaware (UD) seeks an innovative and highly motivated candidate for a 9-month, open-rank, tenured/tenure-track faculty appointment in nutritional epidemiology to join an award-winning faculty. The candidate must have earned a doctoral degree (e.g., PhD, DrPH) in a relevant field such as nutrition, epidemiology, or public health, completed a postdoctoral experience, and have an active program of research at the time of appointment. Primary responsibilities include leading a nationally visible, funded research program in nutritional epidemiology; teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in epidemiology and nutrition; supervising MS and PhD students; and service activities within and outside of the University. Faculty candidates are expected to describe their approach to diversity, equity, and inclusion in their teaching, research, and service.
Associate Operations Director, NIIMBL Finance Newark
An exciting and dynamic opportunity to join the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL). As the Associate Director of Finance, you will manage NIIMBL’s finance team in the budgeting, forecasting, planning, and financial compliance activities of the Institute.
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.

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