Education Jobs

Founding Chief Executive Officer

The founding board and founding CEO will ensure that BSP succeeds at its core mission of developing quality schools, growing the pool of talent, and expanding parent and community engagement. The CEO will be responsible for leadership of all aspects of the organization, including financial, operational, strategic, as well as relationship management.

ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT RESEARCH ANALYST

This position is a key member of Enrollment Management whose primary role is assisting the Associate Vice President of Undergraduate Studies and Director of Enrollment Management Systems & Operations with the management of data collection and coordination of the research and analysis of student support programs. As the research analyst within the team, this position will gather data and provide reports that assist with student retention and engagement efforts. The Enrollment Management Research analyst will provide analytical support for research efforts.

Director of Marketing

Have you wanted to market a product that transforms people’s lives? Guild’s Director of Marketing is in a position to do just that as we work with Fortune 1000 companies and university partners to pioneer education as a benefit for hundreds of thousands of employees. Our business is at the intersection of strategic benefit investments and employee engagement, growth and retention initiatives. Importantly, our model leads to tangible ROI as students progress and succeed.

Diversity & Inclusion Programs Coordinator

Summary Description
Provides education, programming, and organizational leadership to The Butler Center in its mission to provide an inclusive and respectful academic and work environment; manages the department’s internship program and partners with others to advise student groups and provide guidance and support to students.

TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS TENURE TRACK FACULTY (CATEGORY I)

The candidate will be a vital member of the Journalism and Technical Communication faculty and be required to follow all tenure-track faculty responsibilities described in the MSU Denver Handbook for Professional Personnel.

Membership, Learning and Technology Program Specialist

CASE is seeking a full-time Membership, Learning and Technology Program Specialist who will play a key role in supporting CASE’s member services.

Resident Director

The University of Denver is accepting applications for a Resident Director.

COORDINATOR OF SPECIAL PROJECTS E 537

Reporting to the Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Studies (AVPUS), the Coordinator of Special Projects works collaboratively with the Undergraduate Studies directors and staff members to advance projects in support of the mission of the University and of Undergraduate Studies. The Coordinator convenes relevant faculty and staff to develop solutions to emergent needs, particularly when those needs can best be addressed collectively and not by a single office. Projects include but are not limited to: analyzing and expanding current programs, creating new programs, and coordinating initiatives including MSU Denver’s involvement in national initiatives. The Coordinator will be able to work independently within a complex organization and will understand how to develop programs that address the needs of students from diverse backgrounds.

HR Communications Specialist

The Communication Specialist will be responsible for working with the Director to create a strategic communications plan for the Human Capital Management (HCM) project. Responsible for technical writing, training, and troubleshooting for the HCM implementation project and other human resources functions. Position will create technical documents and manuals, create website content, explain complex information in a clear and concise manner and work with staff to ensure understanding of campus specific processes/instructions and information. Responsible for developing and presenting training and trouble-shooting system issues.

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