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DIRECTOR, ITS APPLICATION SERVICES

The Director for Application Services provides strategic direction and leadership for the support, integration, and ongoing development of the various University Enterprise Data Systems, including Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems, Enterprise Database support and Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW). The Director collaborates with various campus constituencies, representing all levels of staff within both administrative and academic divisions. This position also maintains external relationships with organizations such as Colorado Higher Education Computing Organization (CHECO), the Colorado Opportunity Fund (COF) Consortium, and various vendors and consultants.

CHAIR DEPARTMENT OF EARTH AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver) invites candidates to apply for a position to serve as its next Department Chair. The ideal candidate will be a tenured professor with previous leadership, administrative, and teaching experience. The department educates students, promoting science literacy, lifelong learning and appreciation of the Earth system. Graduates gain employment due to the quality and diversity of their skills, or go on to successfully attend graduate school. The multidisciplinary undergraduate department houses five majors: Environmental Science, Geography, Geology, Geospatial Science, and Meteorology. The EAS department is located in the recently renovated Science building and oversees several wet and dry labs, computer labs, and classrooms. The department has an active undergraduate research program. The university prioritizes teaching with a full time faculty load of 12 credits each semester and accompanying research and service expectations. The department chair would be expected to teach 3 credits during their 12 month contract. The department has 15 full time faculty, a number of affiliate faculty, and about 500 declared majors within the department. The department staff consists of a program coordinator, a lab coordinator, and a department advisor. The successful candidate will begin August 1, 2018.
Metropolitan State University of Denver is one of the largest public four-year universities in the state of Colorado serving the greatest number of ethnic minorities. MSU Denver, with nearly 20,000 students, is consistently ranked among the state’s most affordable, accessible, and diverse universities. Excellence in teaching and learning is MSU Denver’s primary objective. As an urban university committed to serving the local community, the university attracts students from different socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds.
Located in the heart of the metropolitan Denver region, MSU Denver shares the 175-acre Auraria campus with two other post-secondary institutions. The campus is located in sunny downtown Denver on the Front Range of the beautiful Rocky Mountains, just a bus or light rail ride from any of the surrounding towns and suburbs. The Auraria campus is close to the Denver International Airport, providing convenient international and domestic travel, and is served by two stations of Denver’s light rail system, providing connectivity with the surrounding metro area. Denver is a growing and desirable city to live. Last year, US News and World Report ranked Denver the best place to live in the US.
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.

Alumni Relations Coordinator, On-Campus Programs

Performs a variety of alumni volunteer and project management, event planning, and marketing/communication tasks to support on-campus alumni programming and the Assistant Director of On-Campus Programs.

Teacher – Head Start

This position is responsible for the early childhood classroom with direct focus on children 3-5 years of age. This position works collaboratively with their classroom team to plan, organize, and deliver early learning services directed towards achieving school readiness goals for all students.

The Teacher’s focus is engaging both the child and family in the process of early learning by stressing the importance the family’s role as the child’s first teacher in the home.

Operations Resident

Position Summary: The Operations Resident is entrusted with advancing the mission of the school through training to run operations at a University Prep campus. Operations Residents will ultimately be responsible for the organization and oversight of all operational functions of the school including but not limited to scholar enrollment, district compliance, scholar attendance, scholar contact systems, transportation, vendor relationships, technology, facility, school safety, and family engagement. Additionally, the Operations Resident will work with the school based leadership team on attendance, homework and uniform systems. The Operations Resident will be held accountable by the Director of External Affairs, Director of Finance and Executive Director.

Enrichment Intern

What We Are Seeking: Denver Kids, Inc. is looking for energetic and education-focused intern to help strengthen our connection with students. This role is designed to provide additional support to our educational counselors through enrichment services activities that ensure every student is given opportunities to learn and develop.

Assistant Dean for Advancement

The Assistant Dean for Advancement reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor – Academic Affairs in the Office of Advancement. The Assistant Dean provides strategic leadership for an advancement program that incorporates resource development, alumni and constituent engagement and external relations functions for the School.

WEB CONTENT SPECIALIST

In support of MSU Denver’s brand marketing goals, the Web Content Specialist plans, creates, publishes and manages website and digital media content to advance enrollment, fundraising, constituent engagement and brand awareness goals. The specialist will be the primary point of contact for all university web authors to provide consistent messaging and support to all stakeholder. The web content specialist acts as the institution’s bridge and brand ambassador between non-technical web authors and the office of Marketing of Communications. The Web Content specialist plans, writes, edits and publishes engaging, relevant online content to achieve marketing goals and communicate the brand to diverse audiences across a variety of projects and mediums. This position assist on providing weekly reports on efficacy and impact of web initiatives, SEI and content performance utilizing various analytics tools. Proactively and consistently perform quality control on all elements, sites and pages of the university website. Manage the Marketing and communications sites to enforce the use of appropriate University branding and messaging across the university site. The position works with the communications team to coordinate brand journalism stories to engage constituents and enhances the University’s reputation while also supporting engagement goals for Enrollment, Athletics, Alumni Relations, Advancement and Student Activities. The position also coordinates utilization of content from YouTube, Flickr and other secondary social channels. He/she could supervise student media coordinator(s) who may produce and post web content. The position may require work outside of standard business hours.

7th Grade Mathematics Teacher

St. Mary’s Academy is seeking a 7th grade mathematics teacher, which is a full-time, 10-month, exempt position reporting to the Middle School Principal.

Program Coordinator, Chapters

This position oversees, coordinates and helps Tier 2 and 3 alumni chapters to grow while serving as their primary staff liaison. The Program Coordinator is responsible for facilitating coordination between volunteers, Alumni Association and other university staff to support events, initiatives and programs designed to increase involvement within the alumni groups. This position will be the primary chapter communications liaison, helping to edit, schedule and coordinate the communications generated through the Alumni Association’s network of chapters and clubs and act as the interface between staff liaisons, communications team and chapters. The Program Coordinator will also help coordinate support and logistics for CU Boulder’s international initiatives of the Global Ambassadors and international chapters.

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