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Greater West Dayton Incubator Director Greater West Dayton Incubator(GWDI) - 209062
The GWDI Director is responsible for helping to develop and implement the University of Dayton’s strategy for a neighborhood incubation site in West Dayton. The director will engage with UD students and faculty to help support small businesses and entrepreneurs in Greater West Dayton. This includes connecting businesses and entrepreneurs to resources at UD and in the broader community, as well promoting the GWDI initiative to UD students and faculty to build engagement. The director will also support the Crotty Center/SBA'a DE&I initiatives in alignment with the university's anti-racism policy. The position reports to the Director of UD’s Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
Associate Director for Crotty Center Crotty Cntr for Entrp Ldrship - 209060
The Crotty Center Associate Director will be responsible for cultivating intentional engagement practices with a diverse portfolio of community members, businesses, non-profit organizations and university partners. The Associate Director will also be responsible for supporting the diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic plan for the SBA and Crotty Center as well as support the center’s major initiatives with The Hub at the Arcade and the Greater West Dayton Incubator.
Sr Administrative Assistant Biology - 208100
To serve as operations/office manager to the biology department and provide support to departmental majors, graduate students, faculty, staff, undergraduate student employees and Chairperson. To monitor the department's multimillion dollar budget and purchasing. To hire, supervise, and train undergraduate student employees.
Early Childhood Educator III SEHS Bombeck Family Learning Cntr - 210300
Early Childhood educator IIIs (ECEIII) work with their educational team to provide high quality early care and education for infants, toddlers or preschoolers. They demonstrate an understanding of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct and Position on Developmentally Appropriate Practices incorporate both consistently. ECEIIIs engage in collaborative planning and critical reflection to maintain a classroom where the environment, curriculum and responsive interactions are intentional and based on the most current research of the field. They provide a positive climate for children, families, early childhood students, team members and center staff. They create an environment where differences are valued and a growth mindset is expected. While all members of the teaching team actively engage children and maintain classroom organization and routines using play-based and child-centered pedagogies, over half (54 %) of the ECEIII’s job responsibilities focus on implementing the curriculum and engaging with children. ECEIIIs contribute to assessment-supported curriculum by collecting and compiling children’s work samples to be used to document children’s learning. They are also responsible for collecting and compiling examples of high quality practice to share with university students, families and the early childhood community.
Case Manager Equity Compliance - 800100
The Case Manager in the Equity Compliance Office is responsible for reviewing reports of bias, discrimination, and harassment and assisting with the facilitation of administrative processes related to case management and response. This position will have oversight of case management systems, will be responsible for ensuring completion of case management processes, and will work collaboratively on various Equity Compliance programs and initiatives.
Assistant Director, Records Records Mgmt - 300530
The Assistant Director of Gift Records works as a member of the Advancement Records team at the University of Dayton. The position provides expertise, oversight and quality control for receiving, recording and depositing of all gifts to the University in a timely, accurate and efficient manner for the facilitation of gift acknowledgments, reports and development priorities.
Nutrition Specialist SEHS Bombeck Family Learning Cntr - 210300
The Nutrition Specialist is responsible for planning, preparing, ordering, and dispersing nutritious meals for the children who attend the center ages 6 weeks 6 yrs. This also includes abiding by the Child and Adult Care Food Program regulations and keeping record of and ordering meals, snacks and consumption of milk for the program.
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.
Associate Project Manager Air Vehicle Optimization - 250403
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.
Groundskeeper Grounds Maint Ops - 801553
This BU individual will be responsible for all aspects of maintenance of the University Grounds including Residential Properties. The Groundskeeper is responsible for the operation of some mechanized equipment assigned to the department, which includes, but may not be limited to carts, mowers, tractors, trucks, snow plows and vacs.
Customer Service Assistant Conference Services - 700551
Under the supervision of the Assistant Director of Housing Operations and Conference Services in Housing & Residence Life, the Administrative Assistant for Conference Services is responsible for assisting in the management of Conference Services. Responsibilities of the Administrative Assistant for Conference Services position include handling general correspondence over the phone and in writing to include processing and responding to reservation requests, Requests for Proposals (RFPs), and general inquiries. This position oversees the reservation and billing of the University Guest Houses and CARE Housing. Assist in professional and student staff hiring process and onboarding. Additional responsibilities include following up on logistical details as part of partner agreements/contracts and maintaining the Conference Services database. The Administrative Assistant for Conference Services will occasionally attend partner and customer meetings. A successful candidate for this position must be able to demonstrate strong attention to detail, sound judgment, work independently and be able to communicate and collaborate effectively with various constituents across the University. The candidate must have a pleasant and welcoming demeanor. The Administrative Assistant for Conference Services works twelve months a year, or 1820 hours annually. The work shift begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 4:30 pm with a one-hour unpaid lunch, Monday through Friday each week. On occasion, the Administrative Assistant for Conference Services will be asked to work evening or weekend hours during busy periods. At certain times during the academic year, work on some University holidays and breaks may be required.
Foods Storekeeper Dining Serv - VWK - 800611
Ensures the timely flow; order, receipt, and storage of supplies, so that all items are on hand as needed. Keep and maintains orderly and clean storerooms, coolers, freezers and all other assigned areas. Responsible for the proper receiving , storage, dating and rotation of products. Works independently with the appropriate amount of supervision. Ensures the security of all storage areas. Accurately conducts and records inventories as directed. Communicates all discrepancies and concerns with appropriate management
Associate Data Scientist Sensor Test & Evaluation - 250364
The Associate Data Scientist will: - Support government and commercial customers with data analysis and visualization tasks using statistical methods to identify correlations, key features, and trends in datasets. - Support machine learning solutions through data preprocessing, feature extraction, statistical analysis, and data visualization. - Leverage tools such as Microsoft Power BI for data visualization. - Create software programs and scripts to perform data analytics and preprocessing tasks. Leverage languages such as Python. - Create software programs to perform machine learning, statistical analysis, and create data driven models. - Leverage tools and frameworks for statistical analysis and machine learning including TensorFlow, Keras, Sci-Kit Learn.
Area Coordinator H&R Life - Marianist Hall - 700552
This is a full-time, exempt, 12 month, live-in position responsible for coordinating all aspects of student development in the residence halls, suites and apartments in a highly residential setting. The Area Coordinator supervises 9-35 Resident Assistants and up to 4 Graduate Assistants. The Area Coordinator is responsible for staffing, training, supervising, and evaluating paraprofessional and graduate staff. In concert with the University’s Mission and Housing and Residence Life’s Vision for Residential Learning, the Area Coordinator is responsible for the development and implementation of a curriculum-based educational plan that will assist students in their understanding of and commitment to leading and serving their community in the Catholic Marianist tradition. Annual appointment of the Area Coordinator is renewable for up to four years pending successful completion of job expectations and requirements. Due to the nature of the position, accessibility is required. Additional employment is not permitted.
Administrative Assistant Advancement Events - 300410
Reporting to the Director, Advancement Events, the Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing exceptional clerical support for the Director of Events, the Events team and Communication team. Scheduling, database entry, list maintenance and production of event related materials are responsibilities of this position. In addition to the operational office support functions, this position is responsible for managing purchasing and invoices for Events and Operations through Pcard and Runway systems. This position contributes to an overall Division team collaborative effort by accomplishing related tasks and results as needed and will exhibit strong, professional communication skills.
Associate Buyer Purchasing - 800650
This position is responsible for purchasing administrative functions, customer service and providing daily support to the University of Dayton Procurement department. Customer service is critical as this position is responsible for assisting internal departments in utilizing vendor contracts and exploring new supplier contacts. This position is also responsible for providing support regarding policy, procedures and best methods to ensure solid financial controls and prudent stewardship of University resources. Vital responsibilities include; reviewing requisitions for accounting codes, bidding and other requirements, records/file maintenance, vendor set-up and maintenance. System skills are critical as the position must utilize, support and/or train others in using University systems including Banner Finance, eProcurement (Runway), online travel booking, reporting tools, Microsoft Excel and others.
Financial Analyst Budget & Financial Planning - 800750
The Financial Analyst reports to the Director of Budget and Planning as a member of the Office of Budget and Planning in central administration. The Financial Analyst is responsible for assisting in the development and administration of the University’s forecasting and long-range planning models, as well as assisting with various financial modeling and key metric analysis. In performing this work, the incumbent will interact with various departments throughout the University. The Financial Analyst is the primary functional expert and administrator of the University’s budget and planning solution.
Assistant Professor specializing in Autonomous Systems-Robotics, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering - 220430
The University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor position specializing in autonomous systems-robotics. The position begins January 1, 2022.
Research Lab Manager Electrical & Computer Engineering - 220450
The University Of Dayton School of Engineering is looking for an experienced laboratory supervisor to manage the equipment and technology necessary for research in our various laboratories. The research laboratory manager will consistently work with faculty and staff on a variety of projects. This position will develop and demonstrate safety training to our faculty and staff, and assist in designing and executing experiments in support of the educational mission of the University.
Assistant Administrator Fuels & Combustion - 250320
This position serves as Assistant Administrator for the Fuels & Combustion Division. Responsibilities for this position include: recording and tracking of budget/funding expenditures of contracts; coordination of financial vouchers and deliverables on contracts, grants, and internal accounts; administration of subcontract modifications, vouchers, and budget revisions; coordination of personnel matters for the division including timecards, new hires, and base passes; monitoring and screening of purchases and invoices; and serving as division liaison with sponsors and other UD/UDRI offices.

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