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Executive Assistant

This position requires a proactive problem solver with exceptional communication skills and a meticulous attention to detail. He/She will have previous experience working in an office environment, performing administrative duties and providing support to senior leadership. The executive assistant is relied upon for flexibility and foresight, while maintaining confidences related to strategic relationships and objectives, and contributing to employee satisfaction and mission fulfillment.

Director of Development

Since 1990, the “I Have A Dream” Foundation of Boulder County (“I Have A Dream”) has helped over 1,000 children from low-income areas achieve their education and career goals by providing long-term personal and academic support, tutoring, mentoring and four-year tuition-assistance scholarships to each graduating student. Currently, there are 12 “I Have A Dream” cohorts in Boulder County, in Boulder, Longmont, Lafayette and Carbon Valley. “I Have A Dream” has 32 staff members, 38 AmeriCorps members and an annual budget of $4,083,000. The “I Have A Dream” program follows the national model established in New York in 1981 by founder, Eugene Lang. Since then, 200 programs nationwide have helped more than 17,000 students. For more information go to www.ihaveadreamboulder.org

GENERAL PURPOSE: Given that “I Have A Dream” does not charge tuition or fees for any of its services, all expenses are covered entirely by philanthropic support and community partnerships. In coordination with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Development team, and the Board of Directors’ Fundraising and Marketing Committees, the Director of Development will manage a variety of fundraising and marketing efforts of the organization in order to meet annual revenue and long-term development goals, with FY19 revenue goals of $4M+. Position is a full-time exempt position and reports directly to the CEO, managing a team of 3+ employees (Development Manager, Grants Manager and Development Associate position(s), while collaborating with Vice President of Donor Relations.)

Website Manager

The Website Manager ensures delivery of a high quality user experience across select University websites. As part of the Marketing team, this position is responsible for the strategic implementation and oversight of website assets, as well as leading and designing web marketing strategies. The Website Manager coordinates content for Naropa’s websites, incorporating timely, relevant marketing campaigns. The position also serves as the content management system (CMS) administrator for the websites, manages vendor relations and all web-related projects and updates.

Elementary Education Lecturer (Category II)

This position requires teaching the equivalent of 15 semester hours of courses (day, evening and/or weekend classes) with primary responsibility for teaching and supervising courses in Elementary Education and Literacy.

Industrial Design Program Tenure Track Faculty (Category I)

The department of Industrial Design at the Metropolitan State University of Denver is seeking applicants for a Tenure Track Faculty position starting Fall 2018 for the 2018-19 academic year.

Senior Program Manager TEACHColorado

The TEACH Colorado Partnership includes the following partners: Public Education & Business Coalition (PEBC), Colorado Education Initiative (CEI), Colorado Department of Education (CDE), Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) & TEACH.

This is a grant-funded position. No promise of employment is extended beyond the life of the grant. There is a possibility of continued part-time of full-time work.

The purpose of TEACH Colorado is to raise the profile of teaching in Colorado and attract more talent into the profession. This will be accomplished through a statewide PSA ad campaign, a direct outreach campaign on college and high school campuses, digital media, online experiences, a Talk-to-a-Teacher program, and events and programming that expose prospects to teaching. These resources will inspire prospective teachers to join the profession, dispel misperceptions, and support the steps they need to take to enter the profession (i.e., get training, finance the training program, earn a professional credential, find a job).

TEACH will oversee the PSA campaign and the digital/online components, while PEBC and CEI will convene and manage the stakeholder group, to include the school districts, teacher preparation programs, state education agencies, and education associations in the state. The Senior Program Manager will lead the initiative, providing valuable insights and connections to the stakeholder group.

In the first 3-6 months, the Senior Program Manager will be responsible for introducing the initiative to stakeholders and gaining their buy-in and participation.

Should additional funding become available, this position will report out for accountability statewide in 2-3 years. Therefore strong candidates will have credibility and relationship with stakeholders and understand Colorado’s unique education and policy context.

Desired Timeframe for .5 FTE:
February 1, 2019-April 30, 2019 to network with all EPPs and IHEs and secure their intent to join.
As of May 1, 2019 there is potential to roll .5 FTE into a more full-time position.

Instructors – Journalism and Media Communications

The Department of Journalism and Media Communication hires part-time instructors to teach courses in print & electronic journalism, video production, computer-mediated communication, public relations, technical/specialized communication, and related areas. This work unit exists to prepare, educate, counsel, and support over 500 majors and pre-majors and nearly 70 graduate students in Journalism and Media Communication skills; prepare students for careers in all areas of media and communication; and support faculty in teaching, research, and creative activities and service.

State Liaison for Apprenticeship and Experiential Learning

The position exists to serve as the state’s Senior Authority for Apprenticeship and Experiential Learning for the Work Based-learning Unit in Workforce Development Program. Desired outcomes are expanding registered apprenticeship and similar programs to include Industry-Recognized Apprenticeships and to serve a leadership role in the creation of state certifications for Industry-Recognized Apprenticeships. Responsibilities include project management, crafting of state policies and procedures, collaborate on policy development at the state and national Level and provide quality technical assistance, communication, coordination, and competency approval.

Communications Specialist

The Communications Specialist is responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive communications strategies, including providing support in the areas of internal communications, branding, marketing, media relations and community relations as necessary.

ASSISTANT COORDINATOR FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTRY UNDERGRADUATE LABORATORIES

The Department of Chemistry at Colorado State University, located in Fort Collins, CO, seeks to hire an Assistant Coordinator for Organic Chemistry Undergraduate Laboratories to support the operations and effectiveness of the organic chemistry lab teaching program. This position is a full-time, 12 month Professional/Individual Contributor administration professional position.

Primary responsibilities include ordering and maintaining an inventory of chemicals, glassware, and supplies necessary for the organic chemistry teaching labs and ensuring all chemicals and supplies are prepared and provided to students in the organic lab courses. The position will also assist in the oversight of safety regulations and the proper collection and storage of hazardous waste. Other responsibilities include assisting in the testing of new experimental procedures, implementing new lab curricula into operational practice, training and supervising student staff, maintaining lab equipment and instruments, and supporting faculty in development of teaching assistant training programs.

Candidates must hold a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in chemistry, chemical engineering, biochemistry, or closely related field. Two or more years’ experience working in an organic chemistry lab environment, experience with CSU policies, and an understanding of issues facing students in a college learning environment are highly preferred.

Complete applications must include a cover letter, a detailed CV, and the names and email addresses of three references. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.

To view the full posting announcement and to apply see http://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/63477. Questions regarding the search should be directed to Kristin Berthold, kristin.berthold@colostate.edu or Diane Hellbusch, diane.hellbusch@colostate.edu. Applications completed by 11:59 PM (MT) on January 14, 2019 will receive full consideration. CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.

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