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Assistant Chief of Police Public Safety - 701100
Under general direction of the Chief of Police. The Assistant Chief will assist the Chief of Police in planning, organizing and directing all aspects of the Police Department. The Assist Chief will provide leadership to the department and to the University community, to support and promote high performance tactics and strategies to meet the vision and goals of the University of Dayton and the Department of Public Safety.
Upward Bound Program Summer Academy Tutor-Counselor SEHS Dean's Office - 210000
The Upward Bound Program Summer Academy Tutor-Counselor lives in the residence hall with the students June 3rd - July 17th, and is responsible for daily supervision of assigned students in the residence hall, classrooms, and off-campus on cultural outings; providing programming, activities, tutoring and guidance to high school students in the Upward Bound Program.
Plumber/Boiler Repair & General Maintenance Boiler Room - 801351
Perform all duties particular to and normally required in the plumbing trade at the journeyman level, following recognized procedures and techniques necessary to the servicing of gas, water, steam, and sanitary and storm lines; and the installation and repair of plumbing fixtures and equipment. General care, repair, and operation of boilers as necessary to meet and or exceed license or insurance requirements.
Registered Nurse Health Cntr - 700900
Under the direction of the Director of Nursing, and in accordance with established principles and standards of nursing, the staff nurse will provide nursing care to outpatient students.
Administrative Assistant Sociology, Anthro, & Social Work - 208230
Position provides administrative support to the Chair of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work. This position provides reception and operations support for the department office, support for the department’s academic programs, faculty, and students, as well as student recruitment efforts.
Junior Laser /Optics Research Engineer Applied Corrosion Technologies - 4372
This position will assist in robotic and laser applications studies in support of sustainment activities. The position supports investigating commercial laser products and sensors for targeted materials interaction applications and task suitability. The majority of work will support government customers, but some industry partners will be supported as well.
Facilities & Equipment Engineer Additive Mfg & Repair Technologies - 4371
This position will support advanced manufacturing programs for sustainment activities. The position will require understanding of advanced manufacturing materials, processes and parameters. The successful candidate will provide technical support to manufacturing operations teams, infrastructure needs studies, and long term implementation strategies. The majority of work will support government customers, but some industry partners will be supported as well.
Chief Composites Technician Advanced Composites - 4335
The candidate will have the ability to apply fundamental science and engineering knowledge with demonstrated proficiency in performing advanced mechanical testing activities on polymer and ceramic matrix composites as well as metals in support of sponsored research activities in advanced materials.
Administrative Assistant Criminal Justice Studies - 208320
Position provides administrative support to the Program Director of the Criminal Justice Studies program. Provides personal, email, and telephone reception to a wide constituency. Manages scheduling and logistics for meetings, speakers, and other events; assist with student recruitment efforts. Supervise student workers. Ensure Criminal Justice Studies (CJS) office operates efficiently and smoothly.
Associate Research Engineer Failure Analysis – Structures - 4288
Develop methodologies for the testing of structural materials under a variety of test conditions/environments. Apply design and stress analysis skills to the construction of fixtures, specimens, and test systems. Integrate and calibrate physical sensors such as force, displacement, and temperature sensors into mechanical testing setups and data acquisition systems. Collect and analyze data from test projects and communicate test results in the form of oral and written reports. Serve as mentor to technical staff.
Associate Embedded Computer Engineer Scalable Computing - 4424
This position will be responsible for working, as part of a diverse and skilled technical team, to write and test software in high-level languages, and to develop and test signal processing algorithms from concept to implementation.
Assistant Director HVAC Systems Campus Maintenance - 801352
Provides leadership, guidance, and day to day management of the HVAC staff, including recruitment, retention, training and engagement of employees to develop a skilled HVAC bargaining unit workforce. Also manages departmental budgets and subordinate’s workload to efficiently and economically meet FM work responsibilities. Develops, coordinates and maintains an effective planned preventive maintenance system for campus building HVAC systems. The individual in this position is also responsible for managing the campus building automation system to ensure control strategies and HVAC systems are implemented in a way that reduces energy consumption and provides for the best life cycle operation of the systems.
ATTC-MG Administrative Associate Communications & Program Support - 4373
This position is located at the Advanced Technology and Training Center-Middle Georgia, in Warner Robins, GA. It is not in the Dayton Area. The administrative associate, with limited supervision, is responsible for administrative operations and support to senior leadership. Daily operations include management of documents with creation, formatting, reviewing and editing, employee time cards, document tracking and training, calendar management, travel forms and document filing. Position also supports department with training/conference/seminar set up and execution.
Lubrication Laboratory Technician Lubricant Evaluation & Performance - 4329
The primary purpose is to provide laboratory support to scientists and engineers conducting research & development on advanced lubrication systems for aerospace mechanical systems.
Senior Programmer Analyst University Info Systems - 206710
This position is responsible for programming and related activities including development, maintenance, testing, implementation, and product support for the Ellucian Banner ERP system and third party system enhancements.
Lecturer in Chemistry Chemistry - 208110
The Department of Chemistry seeks applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track, lecturer in introductory and general chemistry. The position is eligible for benefits. Typical teaching load is a 4/4 load of undergraduate courses for both majors and non-majors. Possibility exists for teaching organic chemistry, based on candidate background and needs of the department.
Associate Research IT Professional Research Inform Techn Office - 4100
Assist UDRI Employees to apply information technologies effectively to carry out their research and administrative activities. Supports and directs the work of student employees. Assembles, configures, installs, troubleshoots and maintains desktop PC's, servers and related network equipment. Perform IT Help Desk functions.
Associate Research Chemist Energetic Materials - 4402
THIS JOB IS LOCATED AT EGLIN, AFB. This position entails assisting scientists and engineers in the development of energetic material composites, to include conducting mixing/casting/pressing processes, performing small scale safety tests, assisting with detonation/deflagration performance/characterization tests, and designing/drafting lab apparatus and test hardware.
Marketing & Communications Coordinator Cntr for Int'l Progs - 201000
The Marketing and Communications Coordinator is a part-time role (est 25 hours a week) and has the opportunity to be part of a creative and collaborative team. This individual will be part of the Department of Campus Engagement and report to the Director.
Catering Production Supervisor Dining Serv - Catering - 800618
Under the direction of the Executive Chef and Catering Chefs, the Catering Production Supervisor is a working supervisor who assists in food preparation, execution and presentation of food for catered banquets and special events. The Catering Production Supervisor helps chefs maintain best practices as related to product quality, safety and sanitation, guest satisfaction, ordering product and inventory control.Must be available to work a flexible schedule including evenings, holidays and weekends. Must have a valid driver license, and ServSafe certification (within 1 year).

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