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IT SERVICES NETWORK TELEPHONY ADMINISTRATOR

This position performs the full range of tasks of a network telephony administrator in the administration of the University’s infrastructure, upgrading and supporting the University’s telephony network. This position will provide assistance in the support of the Universities phone services. This position assists in planning the work and implements equipment replacement projects and assists in maintaining the networking groups’ telephony support services, backing up and maintaining that equipment. In addition, the position will assist supervising and mentoring the network work-studies, teaching them IT service management, Skype for Business, and problem solving. The position will attend meetings as a representative of MSU Denver telephony. This position independently considers the impact and consequences of its decisions and solves problems within the full range of telephony and networking at MSU Denver.
Metropolitan State University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer.

Data Specialist

International School of Denver (ISDenver) is an independent school that teaches the curricula of and fulfills the highest educational standards of the United States, China, France and Spain by offering early immersion bilingual international education, accredited by participating governments, in order to prepare its students to thrive in a diverse and competitive global society. The middle school is accredited as a prestigious International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme. Staff and Faculty members are the cornerstone of our school. In addition to driving the school’s operations, they must also be living examples of the school’s values.
The Data Specialist is responsible for the accuracy and integrity of all student and donor data at ISDenver. The Data Specialist represents the values of ISDenver to the parent, faculty, and outside communities, including the highest levels of courtesy and customer service. This person reports to the Director of Admissions.

PROCESSOR

This Financial Aid Processing Counselor at MSU Denver serves as an essential educational function of the University as it works closely with the strategic enrollment management initiatives including recommending, establishing, and administering procedures and policies related to delivery of aid to students in order for students to achieve their University degrees. This position is part of the Student Eligibility Services Unit which is comprised of the Dataload, Applicant Eligibility, SAP and dependency processes. The incumbent works with the management team to develop and recommend policies and implementation procedures for institutional, State and Federal financial aid programs. All duties require monitoring and keeping current on State and Federal regulations and office policies and procedures in order to assure accurate and efficient release of information and program compliance.

DIRECTOR OF CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION RELATIONS

The Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations is an essential member of the Division of University Advancement. He/she is responsible for establishing, cultivating and sustaining relationships with corporate and foundation prospects in effort to secure funding and support for Metropolitan State University of Denver. The Director will manage a portfolio of prospects and work in close partnership with university leadership, academic units and programs to develop and implement strategies to secure funding in alignment with the university’s strategic plan. The Director participates as an active member of the University Advancement team, serves on the Major Gifts Team, and reports directly to the Vice President of University Advancement. The Director will create and evaluate corporate and foundation strategies as needed. This position may supervise professional, contract, and student staff.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS SYSTEMS AND DATA

Under the guidance of the Director of Internal Operations, the Associate Director of Admissions Systems & Data provides oversight of systems, data, and records management for admitted, applicant, and prospective students, and assists in the execution of daily operations of internal processes. This position is responsible for business processes related to admissions processing and will provide technical expertise and support in maintaining and enhancing processes within a student information system (Banner) and key ancillary support systems. The Associate Director will also have responsibility over data management processes and reporting, creating and managing data integrity, and standard operating procedures. The Associate Director will work with academic departments on strategic enrollment management initiatives including recommending, establishing, and administering procedures and policies related to undergraduate and graduate admissions. This position will hold a strong knowledge of functionalities within Banner as well as be tasked with leading technological implementation, maintenance, and enhancement of the imaging system, online admissions applications, prospective student forms, and Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) systems and software.

The position supports outreach and recruitment-related activities by supervising the maintenance and enhancement of a prospect database, and coordinates communications with prospects, applicants and admitted students in multiple markets, including, but not limited to: traditional, transfer, adult, readmit, and international using Banner and a CRM system. In addition, the position oversees the Admissions Data & Operations Analyst, and Assistant Director of Admissions Systems & CRM. This position will assist in generating weekly reports and other data/reports upon request, and will verify the accuracy of the data/reports prior to dissemination. The Associate Director will work with key stakeholders, ITS and other Enrollment Services system teams to ensure seamless transition of data. This position will collaborate, maintain, and coordinate closely with internal staff and external and various departmental directors, chairs, and deans to streamline processes. Serves as acting Director in absence of the Director of Internal Operations.

Development Director

The Development Director is an integral member of the DPS Foundation team who is primarily responsible for leading the organization in raising its annual unrestricted fundraising goals through the cultivation and stewardship of donors, managing donor portfolios, setting strategy for annual campaign and oversight of the fundraising aspects for the annual Achieve Gala. This position reports to the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and manages a full-time Database Specialist and a part-time Annual Giving Manager.

Education and Cultural Enrichment Manager

The incumbent will occupy a leadership and strategic planning role within the Library and Cultural Affairs Department. The incumbent will: provide the vision and strategy for all public programming for both the Library and Cultural Affairs; ensure programming targets community interests and aspirations; perform professional and supervisory duties related to directing, planning, organizing, coordinating and implementing all programs and activities associated with Library and Cultural Affairs operations.

Director of Business Operations

The Director of Business Operations is responsible for managing the daily operations and delivery of services provided by the department to the Auraria Higher Education Center programs. This includes the management of the services and related staff associated with the following program areas: budget Development, maintenance & reporting; agency general accounting functions (payables, receivables, general ledger), purchasing, mail delivery, warehousing storage & delivery; and commercial leasing and revenue contracting. Reporting directly to the Chief Business Officer (CBO), this position serves in a critical advisory capacity, providing oversight, data analysis and reporting on daily activities for the agency. This includes providing daily administration of the financial reporting system, and coordinating agency audits.

ASSOCIATE DEAN, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

The Associate Dean for Student Support Services in the College of Business helps shape the direction of the College by participating with the Dean in all phases of planning with a focus on the necessary support services to effectively recruit and retain students. The position works closely with the Dean, Department Chairs, Faculty and Staff within the College to help realize the vision, mission and goals of the College.

Site Director – Aurora

The Site Director sets a powerful vision for student achievement and is responsible for ensuring that at least 90% of students matriculate to a four-year college and 70% graduate from college within six years. S/he leads a team of full time and part time employees and builds and maintains the positive presence of College Track in the local community.

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