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Paralegal / Legal Assistant General Counsel - 600000
The Office of Legal Affairs Paralegal / Legal Assistant is a professional position that will report to the Senior Paralegal and assist the University’s attorneys with routine aspects of legal and factual data compilation; organizing routine legal information; maintaining legal files; investigation, fact-finding and other research for pending legal matters; responding to subpoenas and discovery; managing certain operations; and tracking key legal issues affecting the University’s mission.
Associate Aeronautical Engineer UAS & Embedded Systems - 250384
This entry-level position will be responsible for working, as part of a diverse and skilled technical team, to develop airframe designs to maximize sensor and payload performance on aircraft. This position brings together a comprehensive understanding of aerospace engineering and a practical knowledge of applied computer science principles, to develop solutions specifically targeted toward aircraft in flight.
Assistant Administrator, NDIO Customer Enterprise Support - 250424
Performs professional level administrative functions for the Air Force Nondestructive Inspection Office (AF NDIO) located at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma. The major portion of the responsibilities of the position is to provide, with limited supervision, administrative support to the NDIO. Areas of support include, but are not limited to: management of general business operations of the NDIO, coordination of travel requests, records management, MICT, IT asset management, equipment management, purchase request, workstation software inventory expense reports, trip reports, and assessment reports, and support of the Executive Working Group and Working Group meetings. Entails professional interaction with government and contractor customers and the ability to exercise discretion and independent judgement. Due to the nature of this position, U.S. Citizenship is required. This position is located near Oklahoma City, OK. It is not in the Dayton area.
Frontal Polymerized Composite Advanced Composites - 250466
The Advanced Composites Group that is part of the Structural Materials (SM) Division at the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) is seeking a highly motivated and talented engineer to join a multidisciplinary research group to develop frontal polymerized composites for aerospace applications. The successful candidate will work closely with a multidisciplinary team of chemist, material scientist, and aerospace engineers in developing new and conventional structures, materials, and manufacturing methods. The candidate would leverage recent advances in frontal polymerized materials and processes, bench mark their pertinent processing characteristics and thermomechanical performance against traditional aerospace composites, extend current capability past the current state of the art, and quantify the potential impacts to aircraft vehicle cost, weight, and design. Further, advancing technology could include extending the technology to multifunctional structures including embedded sensors, active and passive thermal devices, antennas, microvascular composites, and other concepts. This position is located at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) in the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate on Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The successful candidate is expected to provide technical expertise to the AFRL research team to define and meet project objectives, and to summarize findings in technical reports, manuscripts, and presentations. Additional attributes sought include strong interpersonal and communication skills, detail oriented and capable of completing multiple time-sensitive tasks, able to prioritize workloads, and the ability to thrive in fast-paced, changing environment with minimal supervision.
Associate Test Engineer Structure & Compon Charact - 250405
UDRI is seeking an entry level engineer to assist in component testing. Work comprises assisting senior test engineers in translating customer requirements into test procedures and parameters, designing test setups and fixtures, specifying control and data acquisition systems plus instrumentation, executing tests, troubleshooting, and data reduction and documentation. In addition to utilizing mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical hardware, the candidate also may utilize software to assist in creating or modifying 3D solid models and drawings, electric circuit drawings, PLC and HMI programs for test controls, and LABView for data acquisition and post processing. These activities will involve the application of fundamental engineering principles to the experimental testing of aerospace systems and ground vehicles to improve performance, efficiency, durability, or affordability.
Materials Engineer Sustainment Materials Engineering - 250427
The position will be focused on understanding the material science issues of polymer additive manufacturing, and connecting material properties to part end-use requirements. This will include material / process risk assessments and selection, troubleshooting, ideation for process improvement and / or material replacement, test plan development and execution, test data interpretation and reporting, and validation of part performance vs. end-use requirements.
Senior NDE Analyst Sustainment Materials Engineering - 250427
UDRI’s Sustainment Technologies Transition (STT) division closely supports the AF Rapid Sustainment Office in technology transition of advanced manufacturing technologies. This position is located at UDRI’s facility in Moraine, OH and will focus on supporting transition of additive manufacturing (AM), cold spray repair, and applied corrosion technologies using non-destructive evaluation (NDE) methods of x-ray computed tomography (XCT), digital radiography (DR), x-ray diffraction (XRD), electromagnetic testing (ET), ultrasonic testing c-scan (UTC), and phased array ultrasonic testing (PAUT). Key tasks include applying USAF and industry standards and best practices to establish NDE acceptance and rejection criteria, inspection methods, and procedures for emerging technologies, as well as performing and reporting XCT scanning, reconstruction, and analysis, residual stress measurements using XRD, and eddy current and ultrasonic measurements.
Assistant Director of Enrollment Management IT Enrollment Tech - 202400
Reporting to the Director of Enrollment Management IT, the Assistant Director of Enrollment Management IT will assist the Director in development of all enhancements and additions to functionality for the Enrollment Management domain within the University Constituent Relationship Management System (CRM). The Assistant Director of Enrollment Management IT will apply structured analysis, design, implementation and testing methodologies as required by any and all ancillary/supplemental systems, processes and procedures in support of the CRM and the goals of the division. The Assistant Director of Enrollment Management IT will assist in gathering and defining requirements, goals and objectives, critical success factors, assumptions and constraints, and impact analysis of existing and proposed software, systems and integration efforts in support of the goals of the division.
Assistant Director of Recruitment and Admission Recruitment & Admissions - 202500
The Assistant Director of Recruitment and Admission will support recruitment and admission campus visits and events and advise students and families about the admission and financial aid process through group presentations, individual interviews, and regular phone/email communication. This position will support the Associate Director of Recruitment and Admission with event planning and support of the daily campus visit functions. This position manages an assigned recruitment territory and will communicate and build relationships with students, parents, guidance counselors and other constituents. Responsibilities include developing a recruitment strategy for the assigned territory by reviewing and analyzing data, reviewing admission applications, and reviewing financial aid applications and appeals. High energy and flexibility are necessary for this position as there is significant overnight, evening and weekend work.
Associate Research Engineer System & Sustainment Eng - 250402
The Associate Research Engineer will assist in solving structural and systems design problems on a variety of military platforms and applications, with emphasis on landing gear systems. Conduct analysis, develop new hardware or reverse engineer designs. Develop Technical Documentation including CAD solid models, detailed engineering drawings, bills of materials, military technical orders, reports, presentations, and other engineering data. This position is located in Layton, Utah.
Assistant Director of Liturgy Liturgy - 400500
The Assistant Director of Liturgy collaborates with the liturgy team to establish a vision for and ensure the development and successful implementation of university liturgies, liturgical catechesis, liturgical ministry formation, and sacramental preparation.
Associate Account Management Specialist Research Cont & Grants - 250020
This position provides professional level administrative support to the Contracts and Grants Office Account Management Team. Duties include reviewing terms of award documents; identifying and resolving any conflicts prior to entry of award data into contract management system; interfacing with Accounts Receivable Team and researchers as needed; ensuring compliance with internal approval and account set up procedures; managing document portals from various organizations; processing contract modifications; and performing tasks related to contract administration.
Senior Research Engineer Structures - 250401
This position is within UDRI’s Aerostructures Team which offers significant experience working with airframe structures, landing gear, tires, transparency systems, radome structures, and engine components. The Aerostructures Team is part of the Structures Group which has solved complex engineering problems and conducted structures-related research and development for over 40 years. The Aerostructures Team and Structures Group are key contributors to the highlight integrated and dynamic Applied Mechanics Division that provides comprehensive capabilities for systems engineering, design/redesign, analysis, prototyping/fabrication, testing, and qualification in order to transition “real-world” hardware solutions for air and ground vehicles and complex test equipment.
Maintenance Tech - Weekend Residential Prop Ops / Maint - 801150
To evaluate properties and make recommendations for necessary repairs. To keep records of time and maintenance charges for each work order assigned. To make repairs to properties or replace equipment such as, but not limited to, the following: a) stoves, refrigerators, hot water heaters, furnaces; b) electrical; c) plumbing; d) painting; e) carpentry; f) roofing.
Staff Auditor Audit, Risk, & Compliance - 800150
The staff auditor will be primarily responsible for executing fieldwork and performing issue follow-up. The staff auditor may also perform work to accomplish investigative and/ or advisory services, assist in developing audit scope and objectives, identifying risk and controls, creating risk and control assessments, documenting workpapers, and drafting audit reports or other deliverables of work. The staff auditor will maintain productive relationships with business and process owners to support the audits and initiatives. The staff auditor will be expected to work on various types of audits including financial, operational, integrated, technology, security, and regulatory audits and may also assist with other areas of risk monitoring and mitigation processes for enterprise risk management.
Administrative Assistant- IPI Hispanic Initiatives Institute for Pastoral Initiatives - 208740
The position will provide support to the Coordinator of IPI Hispanic Initiatives. This position will assist the coordinator on a wide range of activities including but not limited to those related to the growing Forum for Young Catholic Hispanic Leaders within our region and the rapidly expanding Hispanic Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation.
Assistant Director / Career Advisor Career Serv - 204570
The primary purpose of this position is to provide career guidance to students and alumni, individually and in groups, including choice of major and career, resume construction, job search strategy, networking, interviewing and other relevant career issues. The Assistant Director will serve as a liaison to the School of Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, and a number of programs, maintain regular contact with department leaders and faculty, and provide customized guidance and programming. The position also functions as a generalist and will advise all majors in addition to the assigned liaison areas. The Assistant Director will participate in or lead special projects and events, such as career related courses, presentations, committees and others as assigned.
Associate Research Engineer Structures - 250401
UDRI is seeking an entry level engineer to support various aircraft structural integrity programs. Specific job duties will include the following: developing highly-detailed computer aided design (CAD) models and assemblies of structural systems; creating highly-detailed drawings of those systems; developing large bill-of-material and technical data lists containing multiple part and assembly descriptors; performing structural analysis/finite element analysis (FEA) of aircraft components and test fixtures; supporting testing of aircraft components; and, developing technical documentation including presentations, reports, drawings, or other engineering data.
Research Machinist / Senior Research Machinist Machine Shop - 250406
The primary purpose of this position is to produce test samples, fixtures, tooling and special equipment to support UDRI.
PNT Test Engineer Positioning Nav & Timing - 250385
This entry-level position will be responsible for working, as part of a diverse and skilled technical team, to integrate and test positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) hardware using both common and novel Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals. The ideal candidate will have hands on experience with GNSS hardware and a thorough understanding from signal acquisition to end user exploitation. They will also have on site experience working with the Department of Defense (DoD) and have working knowledge on approval processes for GNSS related signal acquisition.

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