Education Jobs

Journalist

Whether in a field like journalism or public relations or something else, you’re a storyteller who knows how to cut to the chase. You can express more in fewer words in a way that helps people learn something – and remember it.

These skills will transfer really meaningfully into our world of learning / training design. You’ll be ready to interview content experts on subjects you’re less familiar with and craft the vision for the resulting “story” or learning product. You’ll then feel prepared to communicate your vision to others on our team so that they can assist with production. While you might have experience with graphics, audio / video production, or other tools, you’re much more driven by the content than the delivery mode. Distilling masses of information into a structure that’s easy for audiences to digest is your specialty.

Talent & HR Manager

The Division of University Advancement is integral to achieving and sustaining institutional excellence through fundraising and engagement efforts. The Division has one of the leading development teams in the country and places a strong emphasis on professional and personal growth for its employees, including educational opportunities, onboarding and mentoring programs.

The Talent & HR Manager serves to provide comprehensive leadership in developing and executing personnel strategies in support of the overall strategic mission of University Advancement.

Enrollment Counselor

Enrollment Counselors for Colorado Christian University tell the CCU story to prospective students and their parents. You’ll travel in an assigned region, building relationships with and promoting the University to high school students, college transfer students, and their families for the purpose of attracting and enrolling students into the undergraduate program. If you’re a self-starter who wants to make a difference, likes to travel, and can make independent decisions, apply now!

Director of Human Resources

The Director of Human Resources will provide leadership and direction to attract and retain skilled, competent and productive classified and licensed employees along with providing leadership in areas pertaining to employee evaluations, labor relations, government/reporting, strategic compensation and benefits, recruitment, personnel policies, and employee discipline.

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS LECTURER (CAT II)

The College of Business at Metropolitan State University of Denver invites applications for a full-time non-tenure track faculty member. The position will require the candidate to teach four Introduction to Business courses per semester. They will also be required to engage in scholarly activities and participate in academic and career advising for students. This position is for one-year, with a possibility for reappointment, subject to the needs of the department and funding availability.
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.

Associate Director of Development

Book Trust’s mission is to help elementary school children with little or no access to books fall in love with reading and become lifelong learners. The Associate Director is a key member of the Fund Development Team responsible for financing the mission. The Associate will manage a portfolio of individual and corporate funders contributing to the overall annual revenue goal of $5 million.

ACCESSIBILITY TECHNOLOGY MANAGER

Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of the Access Center, the Accessibility Technology Manager is responsible for overseeing all aspects of its operations with regard to providing materials in alternative formats to students with print and/or qualifying physical disabilities. This position is responsible for providing supervision and leadership to represented staff in planning and developing production standards and workflows so that qualifying students receive legally mandated accommodations in accordance with state and federal law to ensure equal access to their academic programs; provides consultation and training to faculty, students, and departments to improve the accessibility of print and/or electronic materials.

TITLE IX INVESTIGATOR/STUDENT CONDUCT SPECIALIST

As a part of Student Engagement and Wellness at Metropolitan State University of Denver, the Dean of Students Office is committed to student safety and well-being by fostering a university community of integrity and respect. The office houses student conduct, student conflict resolution services, coordinates the CARE Team (behavioral intervention team), provides case management, manages Title IX cases with student respondents, operates the Roadrunner Food Pantry, and provides generalized support and referrals for students in crisis. The Title IX Investigator/Student Conduct Specialist is an integral part of the Dean of Students Office team.

This position serves as the primary investigator for alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct, including sexual misconduct claims involving sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. This position is not that of an advocate; rather it serves as an unbiased investigator. This position does not serve as the Title IX Coordinator.

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.

Career and Innovation Specialist

The Career & Innovation Specialist will work in conjunction with the Executive Director of Career & Innovation, the District STEM Director, District CTE Coordinator, Content Coordinators, Principals, Instructional Facilitators, and Information Systems as well as other District Leadership Personnel while developing and implementing a vision of Career & Innovation to enhance student achievement in the district.

College Recruiter

The College Recruiter is a key member of the Center for Recruitment & Orientation. The College Recruiter will assist with all student recruitment initiatives including: college fairs, high school recruiting, college visit days, and many others. The successful candidate will represent the college both on and off campus to prospective students, parents, secondary school counselors and other individuals or organizations and assist prospective applicants on the admission process and opportunities at the college. Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Recruitment & Orientation, the College Recruiter will assist in the planning, promoting, delivering, and evaluation of New Student Orientation. Must be able to work evenings and weekends.

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