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Family Medicine Residency Assistant

Make a difference in family medicine training in Colorado!

The Family Medicine Residency Assistant is responsible for collaborating closely with program leaders and administrative staff to ensure the smooth operation of educational and operational aspects of the Family Medicine Residency Program.

Part-Time Program Coordinator, Women’s Leadership Scholars Program – Colorado Women’s College

CWC is looking for a savvy, energizing, leader to join our team and coordinate our signature undergraduate program. CWC Women’s Leadership Scholars program is a multidisciplinary and co-curricular four-year program for undergraduate women from first-generation and/or underrepresented populations at University of Denver. CWC Women’s Leadership Scholars are part of a community at CWC. We offer a cohort learning environment that provides financial, community, co-curricular and academic support tailored to helping our scholars excel at DU and beyond. The Program Coordinator oversees the coordination and administrative management of the programming, events, and recruitment efforts. She/he/they also manage the program budget and all other administrative activities related to CWC Women’s Leadership Scholars program. This person interacts with and serves as a trusted resource to the scholars for questions and concerns that come up during the program. CWC and DU are committed to serving diverse communities and creating an inclusive environment on and off campus; the Program Coordinator will not only be responsible for continuing this mission, but also embodying and living these values day-to-day in his/her/their representation of the college.

Director of Human Resources

Responsible for directing all efforts related to the district’s strategic plan including but not limited to:

Commitment to equity for our students, staff and community of Adams 14
Recruit, hire, support and retain high-performing staff
Ensure all employees are highly qualified and skilled for their positions
Directing the recruitment, work-force development, hiring processes and performance appraisal systems
Training and advising administrators in labor and employment matters including district, state and federal policies and regulations related to human resources and the agreement between the District and represented employees
Conducting and/or directing personnel investigations, disciplining employees and assist with administering grievance procedures

Educator- Denver Math Fellows

Denver Fellows provides an ideal service year for recent college graduates from any major, career changers considering teaching and retirees from a range of fields. Fellows commit to one school year of work focused on accelerating students’ academic growth in math or literacy. After the program, many fellows go on to further their own education, lead classrooms or pursue careers in public service.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF CAREER ENGAGEMENT

The Executive Director of Career Engagement is a visionary and innovative administrator who leads all aspects of the College to Career Hub, a new career center at MSU Denver that will connect students, faculty, alumni, and employers to support workforce development initiatives at the University. This position will have significant interaction with faculty, in developing learning- centered programs and procedures, assessing program outcomes, and building scaffolded student learning opportunities across the curriculum and University. As MSU Denver seeks to be the national leader in educating students for tomorrow’s careers, the Executive Director is forward-thinking with innovative ideas on scaling student career and experiential learning opportunities. With an ambitious goal of engaging 100% of students in robust, virtual career planning in the next three years, the University is committed to creating services that are scaled, highly evaluated, and focused on the specific needs and interests of MSU Denver students. To that end, successful team members think critically about student identities and career planning, invest time in data analysis, and are broadly connected to all aspects of the MSU Denver community.

The Executive Director will lead efforts to merge the existing Career Services and Applied Learning Center, creating streamlined employer engagement strategies, and create a strategic plan to meet the goals of Colorado’s master plan for higher education. This position is responsible for overseeing research, strategic planning, program implementation, budgeting, and assessment of the College to Career Hub. The Executive Director provides overall leadership and direction for units within the Hub in support of student career success. The Executive Director oversees a comprehensive assessment plan that correlates student-learning outcomes and post-graduate outcomes. The Executive Director works closely with the data analytics department to develop reporting systems for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating retention data to all stakeholders. Leadership responsibilities include leading staff in strategic planning, assessment, and reporting program evaluation efforts.

Executive Director, Communications

Plan, organize, and direct the operations and activities of district communications, including public relations, strategic communications, marketing and awareness activities to enhance community understanding of Poudre School District’s mission, goals, objectives, services and activities. Direct media relations, strategic publications, video production, online, social media, crisis communications, public engagement, volunteer and community outreach. Advise and support the Superintendent, Board of Education, and district staff regarding internal and external communications and media relations. Report to the Superintendent of Schools.

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