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ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – LGBTQ STUDENT RESOURCE CENTE

Mission: The LGBTQ Student Resource Center (LGBTQ SRC) is a tri-institutional student fee-funded department. We strive to improve the campus climate for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer students by fostering acceptance and understanding through educating the campus community about issues related to this population and developing programming which unites diverse communities of people. Additionally, we provide support services and growth opportunities for LGBTQ students to realize their fullest potential.

The Assistant Director will be responsible for assisting in the creation of a supportive and welcoming environment for all members of the campus community, with a specific focus on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression, and the intersection of identities. Additionally, this person will provide leadership, programming, outreach, support, and growth opportunities for students.

The LGBTQ SRC is a collaborative working environment where two professional staff members work closely with a team of student program assistants. The Assistant Director and Director collaborate in numerous ways to ensure that the office is meeting the needs of the diverse community; however, the Assistant Director has particular responsibility for the department’s training/outreach, support groups, management of educational and awareness-raising events (which are primarily coordinated by the student program assistants), and oversight of the office’s resources/resource library. Additionally, the Assistant Director is the primary staff member leading student staff recruitment, training, and supervision.

The University is particularly interested in applicants who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented groups.

Collaborative Action Network (CAN) Coordinator

Youth Initiative of Adams County (ACYI), a fast-paced, dynamic local nonprofit that works to MOBILIZE and support a Partnership of stakeholders, who have agreed to work together to benefit children and youth throughout the community from Cradle through Career, is hiring a Collaborative Action Network (CAN) Coordinator. The CAN Coordinator will serve as a member of the ACYI Backbone, supporting each Collaborative Action Network (CAN) and the Institute as a neutral facilitator, continuous improvement, data, project management and communication efforts to support that focuses on equitable outcomes.

Human Resources Project Manager

This role is responsible for managing projects and executing tasks associated in partnership with Information Systems and Human Resources. The Project Manager plays an integral role during all stages for assigned projects. This position creates structured schedules and project plans based on the assessment of needs, project goals, resources needed, potential risks, execution, documentation, and closing of projects. By partnering with colleagues in various roles to assess the needs and impacts for stakeholders, the Project Manager will work with the Information Systems department’s Project Management Office (PMO) to identify dependencies and possible issues across teams.

Assistant Director, Parent & Family Giving – DU Advancement

Position Summary

The Assistant Director, Parent & Family Giving, reports directly to the Executive Director of Parent & Family Giving. This position is responsible for planning and managing the successful implementation of a wide variety of critical functions for the team, including external-facing programs and events, internal-facing trainings and workshops, and ongoing data management. The successful candidate will leverage these activities to deepen the engagement and philanthropic commitment of parents within the University of Denver community.

This employee must be able to multi-task and prioritize many competing deadlines. A strong sense of organizational savvy and ability to manage the expectations of stakeholders with various, and sometimes competing, interests is essential. The successful incumbent must also possess a keen attention to detail as well as a proactive communication style that is effective with a number of different stakeholders.

Digital Marketing Intern

We are seeking a dynamic and driven Marketing Intern who is web and social media savvy to work with the Marketing Manager in continuing to build awareness of our brand and offerings. This is a great opportunity to gain practical experience and exposure to the entire marketing mix.

HUMAN SERVICES TENURE-TRACK FACULTY (CATEGORY I)

This is a tenure-track full-time faculty position in the Department of Human Services and Counseling. The position duties include teaching/advising, scholarly activity, and service.
The University is particularly interested in applicants who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented groups. Metropolitan State University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women and racial and ethnic minorities to apply.

Housing and Facilities Manager

Gamma Phi Beta seeks a housing and facilities manager to lead the oversight and management of housing facilities and properties owned and leased by our Facilities Management Company. We’re seeking an individual with experience in property management, vendor contracts, financial management and strong project and people management skills.

Director of Finance and Administration

The Colorado Education Initiative (CEI) is seeking a Director of Finance and Administration that will partner with the CEO to set and implement CEI’s financial policy and direction for our organization. This person will oversee the finance team and be responsible for all financial administration, business planning, control, budgeting, and reporting. The ideal candidate has experience of final responsibility for the quality and content of all financial data, reporting, and audit coordination. In addition, they will have a successful track record in setting priorities; strong analytic, organization and problem-solving skills which support and enable sound decision making. The Director of Finance and Administration will oversee budgetary planning and cost management in alignment with CEI’s strategic plan, and will work closely with the finance committee of the board of directors. As a member of the leadership team, the Director of Finance and Administration will work closely with leaders of other functions as the organization considers fee-for-service opportunities and collaborations with external organizations. This position will report to the CEO.

Communications Manager

Job Type: Full-time
Required experience: Communications – 5+ Years
Required Education: Bachelor’s Degree

ART AND TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT STAFF

The N.A.S.A.D. accredited Department of Art seeks a half-time staff member to manage, maintain and support digital technology equipment and related supplies for multiple art studios and labs in the department.
Primarily the individual will: Support faculty coordinators in several areas to provide efficient workspaces, equipment check-out system(s), track supply inventory and assist with supply ordering budgets for the facilities. Additionally, the individual will support administrative staff and department faculty with department website and social media strategies.

This is a .5 FTE with benefits.

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