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Assistant Director of Annual Giving

The University of Colorado Denver’s Office of Advancement seeks a dynamic, passionate, results-driven professional to join our team and contribute to the development of a robust, annual giving program which includes a leadership annual giving society and the launch of a campus scholarship campaign. As a key member of an annual giving team which includes colleagues from our CU central office, this position will have the opportunity to engage alumni, donors, and other members of the community in philanthropic support of the university. Through individual outreach, communications, and events, you have the opportunity to learn the interests of potential donors and share the impact of CU Denver in order to cultivate deeper relationships with prospects on behalf of the university.

Program Manager, Inclusion & Equity Education

In support of University and Divisional mission, vision and goals, Inclusion & Equity Education (IEE) engages the campus community with resources to develop and apply knowledge and skills for positive interaction across difference. We offer in-person programs and services to students directly, and to staff, faculty and offices who work with them. Based on social science research, our efforts support participants gaining a deeper understanding of their own and others identities, as well as providing opportunities for them to engage constructively across similarities and difference. This approach contributes to a more positive campus community, supports broader efforts to strengthen DUs culture of learning, and provides students a foundation for living, learning and leading effectively in our diverse, global societies.

Director of Student Activities and Leadership

Student Activities and Leadership is responsible for support of a variety of student focused co-curricular activities for both undergraduate and graduate students on the University of Denver campus. The goal of the department is to assist students in engaging in activities that will help them exercise and develop their skills associated with their passions outside the classroom.


MSU Denver educates a diverse student body, and all programs within Undergraduate Studies embed inclusive excellence within our practices and philosophies. The successful candidate will work with and be sensitive to the educational needs of a diverse urban population.

The Fostering Success Coordinator contributes to the mission of the Center for Equity and Student Achievement (CESA) and the goals of MSU Denver by providing holistic support to students who have come from foster care, kinship care, or group homes. This position will coordinate support programs and initiatives that nurture growth and persistence of the students in the program.

Academic Coordinator

Impact360 seeks an Academic Coordinator. The Academic Coordinator will be responsible for organizing and administering a comprehensive program of academic support, enrichment, and counsel for the I360 high school students and will also assist with I360 middle school practices. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to expand the I360 academic program in the context of a high-energy, team-oriented work environment.


MSU Denver’s Administration Branch is seeking a Director of Facilities Planning and Space Management to join the leadership team. This role is responsible for strategic long-range facilities planning and implementation. It oversees the planning, construction, renovation, maintenance, security, and space assignment activities for MSU Denver facilities and in partner with AHEC (Auraria Higher Education Center) on some shared facilities. Continuously assesses research and teaching facility needs and conducts planning to meet those needs. Serves as the senior advisor to Deans in these areas and manages allocated budgets. Position is responsible for the leadership and management of the Facilities Planning and Space Management office.


Position provides individual, group, and couples psychotherapy, and crisis intervention to currently enrolled students. Provides training and supervision to advanced doctoral-level mental health trainees and assists with psycho-educational outreach. Provides oversight for coordination of specific program area such as Outreach, Groups and Workshops, or Marketing.

Director of Communications – Korbel School of International Studies

This position manages short- and long-range strategic communications for the School and, following University guidelines, oversees branding and positioning efforts. This position works in close partnership with the Schools graduate admissions office to market the School and its programs to prospective students. This includes serving as an advisor on advertising strategies as well as content management and production for the School’s website.

The Director strategizes with the Dean and Senior Associate Dean on the positioning of the Josef Korbel School relative to peer institutions (in particular, APSIA schools) and implements marketing and branding standards accordingly. S/he helps manage the Schools external digital communications (website; e-publications, including the alumni relations e-newsletter; social media; etc.); print materials, including the annual review and marketing brochures; and internal communications, including the schools weekly newsletter and digital signage, to students, faculty and staff. The Director pitches media story ideas to the Universitys Division of Marketing and Communication and works to increase media coverage of the Josef Korbel School. S/he advises the Dean and other staff/faculty regarding student-specific communication and provides speaking points for staff and faculty of the Josef Korbel School.

Costume Shop Manager

The Costume Shop Manager is responsible for the daily operation, organization, and management of the costume shop. These duties include completion of costume elements within production deadlines; supervision of all necessary production purchases; communication with stage management and production teams regarding costume details, fittings, cleaning, and maintenance and troubleshooting; supervision of strike; and adherence to provided budgets.

The Costume Shop Manager, with the guidance of the Production Manager, is responsible for the supervision of student, volunteer and paid costume shop staff. This is an HOURLY (up to 40 hours a week), nine-month, non benefited position.


In conjunction with the Director of the Office of Clinical Experiences and Partnerships [OCEP], the Clinical Specialist [Specialist] plays a pivotal role in realizing the partnership vision of the School of Education (SoE). The Specialist helps articulate agreements to create sustainable relationships among OCEP, SoE faculty, teachers, and schools and school districts. The Specialist maintains continuous connections with schools and teachers to place (and track) teacher candidates from early clinical experiences through the culminating experience (student teaching or residency). The Specialist manages relationships with the schools and provides support for university mentors, mentor teachers and candidates.

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