Technology Jobs

Technical Director (TD)

Weather Nation has a position for a Technical Director (TD)/Editor to manage the production of both a live and recorded studio environment. We are expanding this position to also encompass Editing duties as well so familiarity with Adobe in regards to cutting and editing field packages from raw data is preferred.

Customer Support Specialist

Kimkim works with local travel specialists to help travelers plan trips to 90+ destinations around the world. The role of the Customer Support Specialist is to qualify incoming trip requests to ensure that travelers are matched with specialists who are a great fit, and to handle inbound customer support inquiries through phone, email and chat.

Technology & Events Intern

The Nonprofit Learning Lab is a national nonprofit that connects, supports and develops individuals seeking to lead the nonprofit sector. We are seeking 2 summer interns.

Sr. Salesforce Administrator/Developer

The Sr. Salesforce Administrator/Developer will lead the ongoing design and development of our Salesforce deployment. The administrator will work collaboratively across organizational units to identify, develop, and deploy new business processes. The role oversees general administration of the platform as well as management of other systems integrations.

Lecturer of CIS&BA

The AACSB and ABET-accredited Computer Information Systems and Business Analytics department, is seeking applicants for a lecturer position in the College of Business at Metropolitan State University of Denver beginning August, 2021. This is a Computer Information Systems or closely related field position. This is not a Computer Science position. The University is particularly interested in applicants who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented groups. Metropolitan State University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer.

Tenure/tenure-track Beverage Management/Hospitality Faculty Coordinator

The successful candidate will:
• Teach 6-to-9 credit hours per semester (Fall and Spring), which may include teaching evening and/or online classes. The position requires teaching hospitality courses at the undergraduate level (which may include Brewery Operations, Wine Fundamentals, Sensory Quality Analysis, Beverage Promotions, Beer Styles & Service, Beer & Spirits, Beers of the World, Bar/Beverage Operations, Homebrewing & Fermentation, etc.). This position is responsible for cultivating a rich learning environment for industry-bound students and those students who wish to pursue graduate studies.
• The candidate will effectively integrate technology and applied learning into course work, applied research, and advising.
• The candidate will also be given a 3-to-6 credit release each semester for the administrative responsibilities of leading the Brewery Operations degree. This position is intended to be a 9-month appointment with the opportunity for regular summer administrative duties (for extra compensation) related to the administration of the Brewery Operations degree.

The School of Hospitality houses four degree programs, including the one-of-a-kind Brewery Operations degree as well as a Beverage Management minor, and proudly provides a robust educational experience that balances critical thinking, operational knowledge, and industry preparation. The successful candidate will cultivate industry relationships, facilitate the Beer Industry Council advisory meetings, market the program to the beverage and hospitality industry, and implement industry professional trainings. The candidate will develop and implement the degree’s short and long-term goals in alignment with the University and School’s vision, mission, and values. This includes being tasked with evaluating the feasibility of a cash-funded, industry-focused beverage management or beer certificate (or series of levels for the certificate), both for-credit and not-for-credit.

Mathematics Peer Study Instructor

Establishment of Department Pool for Affiliate/Part-time Instructors of Mathematics Peer Study

Qualified applicants will be placed in the departmental pool and will be considered for part-time Mathematics Peer Study Program positions beginning Fall 2019-Spring 2022.

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.

Metropolitan State University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer.

School of Hospitality, Events and Tourism-FOOD Affiliate/Part-Time Instructor

Establishment of Department Pool for Affiliate / Part-Time Instructors for the School of Hospitality, Events and Tourism Management PT HOSP – FOOD.

Qualified applicants will be placed in the departmental pool and will be considered for affiliate / part-time departmental needs beginning Fall 2019 Through Spring 2022.

Metropolitan State University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer.

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