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Coordinator LGBTQ & Student Services LGBTQ+ Support & Education - 701070
The Coordinator, LGBTQ+ Student Services will serve as a member of a larger integrative team within the Brook Center, which houses sexual violence prevention education, LGBTQ+ student services, mental health education, and health education. As a critical member of this team, the Coordinator develops and provides a comprehensive educational plan for undergraduate students on sexual orientation and gender identity, creates community amongst LGBTQ+ student populations, and supports LGBTQ+ students in a manner reflective of UD's Catholic and Marianist mission. Education will be targeted to all students, with specific programs designed for entering students, upper class students, students in fraternity and sorority life, athletes, and student employees.
Flyer Student Services Representative Admission & Financial Aid - 202100
Candidates are invited to apply and join the Enrollment Management division at the University of Dayton. As a Catholic, Marianist research University, we are a diverse community committed to educating the whole person and linking learning and scholarship with leadership and service. Enrollment Management is focused on service excellence to recruit, enroll and graduate highly qualified students and improve access, affordability, diversity, inclusion and success. We are looking for a talented individual who values student interactions and is able to solve problems to advance the mission of the division and the university. The Flyer Student Services (FSS) Representative is focused on providing exceptional service within the Flyer Student Services Office. Student Care Representatives provide essential information, aid in the navigation of online resources, and answer questions for current and former students, parents/families, and alumni in the areas of student records and registration, financial aid, billing, and payment.
Registration Coordinator Registrar - 202300
The University of Dayton is seeking a Registrar Coordinator to deliver a high standard of excellence in the area of student, faculty and department customer services in support or our University mission. As an initial point of service for the Registrar’s Office, you will create and maintain academic records, ensure the integrity of academic records, administer Registrar processing, and provide outstanding customer service to students, parents, alumni, faculty and staff through a variety of touchpoints. You will also support scheduling activities for academic and non-academic events with accurate, detailed and timely responses to inquiries, and provide backup administrative support for other registrar related business transactions.
ATTC-MG Administrative Associate ATTC Middle GA - 4374
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.
Visiting Assistant Professor Specializing in Operations and Supply Chain Management Dept of MIS, OM & Decision Sciences - 209330
The opening is for a visiting professor position at the assistant level in Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSM). The expected starting date is August 16, 2021. The position entails teaching existing courses and limited research.
Research Engineer Advanced Materials Characterization - 4344
The Research Engineer performs the function of a research engineer in the fields of mechanical behavior and fracture mechanics with special attention given to understanding fatigue crack initiation and growth. Major duties include leading investigations to determine the relationship between microstructure and mechanical behavior of materials, particularly fatigue and crack growth performance of advanced turbine engine alloys.
NDE Technician Nondestructive Engineering - 4343
The University of Dayton is currently seeking an NDE Technician to work in the Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) Research Laboratory. The NDE technician will provide a broad base of support in the use of advanced test, characterization and measurement systems.
Associate NDE Researcher Nondestructive Engineering - 4343
The University of Dayton is currently seeking a researcher to work in the Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) Research Laboratory. The NDE researcher will provide expertise in the interpretation, implementation and execution of technical orders and procedures for NDE on aircraft structures.
Assistant Professor specializing in Marketing Department of Mgmt & Marketing - 209320
Are you looking for colleagues who will value you and help you grow as a professional? Are you looking for a university that will support your commitment to educating the next generation of marketing professionals? Are you interested in bringing marketing practice into the classroom? Are you committed to growing participation of women and under-represented minorities in the field? And, are you seeking to engage in research that makes a difference? If so, the Management and Marketing department at the University of Dayton seeks applications for multiple Assistant Professor positions (tenure track) in Marketing, beginning August 16, 2021.
Associate Research Engineer / Research Engineer Air Vehicle Optimization - 4229
The Air Vehicle Optimization Group is a diverse team of skilled engineers who work closely with Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to develop, prototype, and test numerical models, software, and hardware for the multidisciplinary analysis and design of aerospace vehicle concepts. The group brings together specialties in Aerospace, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics. The group combines state-of-the-art engineering tools with innovative ideas to support future aircraft design methods from conceptual design through flight testing. A few of the projects the group currently supports include: Computational Aircraft Prototype Synthesis (CAPS), Missile Enhancement via ReconfigurabLe Interceptor Nose (MERLIN), Efficient Supersonic Aircraft Vehicle (ESAV), X-56, and XQ-58A.
Jr Materials Engineering Technician Additive Mfg & Repair Technologies - 4371
This position is located at UDRI’s Warner Robins, GA location. This position will support day-to-day metallography laboratory (met lab) operations for United States Air Force (USAF) sustainment activities including additive manufacturing (AM), cold spray (CS), and applied corrosion technologies. Primary job duties will include specimen preparation and characterization to support direct metal laser melting (DMLM) and fused filament fabrication (FFF) AM and CS process and product development, incoming quality control inspection and assisting inventory management of metal powders for AM and CS, coordinating purchase orders and sample shipments with internal and external support labs, and supporting materials engineers with other project activities as assigned. Lab safety and housekeeping rules and regulations, as well as relevant government or industry standards as appropriate, must be carefully followed at all times.
Sergeant Public Safety - 701100
Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Police Operations, the Sergeant will supervise and exact the proper performance of police duties from subordinate members of the department; will conduct investigations and reports on all police conditions and activities; perform all additional functions prescribed for the rank by relevant laws, the Department of Public Safety manual, orders or directives of the University of Dayton Department of Public Safety; and perform special duties or assignments as ordered by the Director or his designee.
Police Officer Public Safety - 701100
The University of Dayton, Department of Public Safety is looking for an energetic, service oriented Police Officer(s) to join our ranks. The primary duties of this role are to protect the lives of the University of Dayton's citizens and its property. The uniformed patrol Police Officer is responsible for providing protection and assistance when responding to calls for service, maintaining/ restoring public peace, and enforcing state laws, local ordinances and the rules and regulations of the University of Dayton. The Officer addresses complaints, investigates crimes, and makes arrests of criminal offenders. The Officer writes reports based on investigative findings and processes evidence. The Officer provides stationary traffic control and mobile patrol, as directed. The Officer performs these and other related duties as required or directed by a supervisor or superior officer. This summary is an overview and not to be an exhaustive list of the tasks and duties of this role.
Academic Advisor Academic Advising - 209110
This position will function as the primary Academic Advisor for students in one or majors in the School of Business Administration. The majors assigned for advising will depend on curriculum and enrollment and may change over time. The Academic Advisor will also be expected to have a working knowledge of all business majors and to advise those students on walk in days and as needed. Other duties include: meeting with prospective students and their families, coordinating and organizing open houses and group visits with Enrollment Management for prospective students, conducting meetings for students interested in transferring into the School of Business from other units, evaluating transfer credits from other schools, certifying students for graduation, and communicating and upholding School of Business policies and procedures.
Assistant Professor Specializing in Finance Department of Economics & Finance - 209310
Are you looking for colleagues who will value you and help you grow as a professional? Are you seeking to engage in research that makes a difference in the world? Are you looking for a university that will support your commitment to educating the next generation of finance professionals? Are you interested in bringing finance practice and new experiential learning strategies into the classroom? Are you committed to growing participation of women and under-represented minorities in finance? If so, the Department of Economics and Finance invites you to apply for a tenure-track position in finance at the assistant professor level beginning August 16, 2021.
Adminstrative Associate Applied Sensing Office - 4421
Provides administrative support and manages office duties, with limited supervision, for the Applied Sensing Division. Daily responsibilities include the completion and submission of internal UDRI forms, internal budget tracking, resource allocation tracking, electronic document filing, travel forms, scheduling meetings, event-planning, managing timecards, and constructing clear correspondence.
SST Facility Technician Customer Enterprise Support - 4376
This position will support a facility housing advanced manufacturing programs for sustainment activities. The position will be responsible for both facility and equipment maintenance, installation, and processes/procedures. The successful candidate will provide technical support to manufacturing operations teams, infrastructure needs studies, and long term implementation strategies. The majority of the work will support government customers, but some industry partners will be supported as well.
Associate Director of Workforce Diversification Staffing - 802201
Rooted in and informed by the University’s Catholic and Marianist mission, the Associate Director of Workforce Diversification (Associate Director) is chiefly responsible for the development and implementation of strategies designed to increase diversity and equity among faculty, staff, and administrators, positioning the University as an employer of choice. Reporting to the Vice President for Human Resources, and working in close collaboration with the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, the Office of the Provost, and other campus partners, as well as external organizations, the responsibilities of the Associate Director include but are not limited to; representing the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, as well as the function of Affirmative Action during pre-search meetings, assisting in the development of search plans designed to generate diverse candidate pools, identifying and implementing best practices for the development of a diverse workforce, and facilitating training regarding hiring policies, procedures, and practices.
Associate Applied Mathematician Researcher Nondestructive Engineering - 4343
The Structural Materials Division of the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) is seeking a researcher with experience in applied and computational mathematics to work on Air Force funded research programs.
Applied Mathematician Post Doc Nondestructive Engineering - 4343
The Structural Materials Division of the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) is seeking a postdoctoral researcher with experience in applied and computational mathematics to work on an on site contract at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Materials State Awareness branch. The successful candidate will work with UDRI and AFRL scientists to develop and apply quantitative and analytical methods to material systems relevant to nondestructive evaluation in the U. S. Air Force. A major goal of the current project is to utilize Matching Component Analysis (MCA) as a method of segmenting and registering the data from sensors of various modality. Prior work has shown that MCA can be used for transfer learning applications to enhance classification performance over traditional machine learning algorithms by combining real and simulated data using only salient features from both. We will explore this algorithm as a way of combining data to segment boundaries between regions of varying material property within the sample data set, resulting in a new machine learning tool for data segmentation and registration. The output of the algorithm will be used as an informative structural prior for Bayesian estimation of the component orientation distribution function (cODF) of each micro-texture region (MTR) within the sensor field of view. The post-doc researcher would be working on advancements of the MCA algorithm and development of a Bayesian inversion routine for MTR orientation characterization. This position is available immediately and will remain open until filled.

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