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Lecturer in Physics - Two positions available Physics - 208140
The Physics Department at the University of Dayton invites applications for two full-time lecturer positions. The positions are non-tenure track positions that are renewable annually and begin August 16, 2022.
Secure System Administrator Research IT - 250220
University of Dayton Research Institute: A national leader in scientific and engineering research and development, voted by our employees as a Best Place to Work. For over 65 years, we have been supporting government, industry and nonprofit customers in achieving their goals to solve their hardest problems or develop groundbreaking products. UDRI also contributes to the University’s missions of education, research and public service through collaborative research programs involving students, faculty and external partners. We are a growing organization with 750 employees and $180 million in annual sponsored research, but our team members enjoy a small-business sense of camaraderie and respect across all levels of the organization. We operate with the highest level of integrity and believe that we succeed when our employees succeed. Join UDRI and become a valued contributor to our mission and let your talents shine!
Staff AM Design Engineer Additive Manufacturing Engineering - 250422
This position is located in WARNER ROBINS, GA The position will be focused on reverse engineering/designing aerospace components to be manufactured using metal powder bed fusion and fused deposition modelling additive manufacturing processes. Focus will be on determining the fit, form and function of existing aerospace components and translating this knowledge into the technical data required to produce the equivalent or superior performing part using an additive manufacturing processes. An additive manufacturing product development process is used to guide the design engineer, but it is essential that the engineer be well versed in the fundamentals of mechanical design as well as possess the ability to assess requirements and choose the most economical combination of part geometry and material properties to take full advantage of the additive manufacturing process. This will include material / design/ process risk assessments and selection, providing test plan execution, test data interpretation, and validation of part performance vs. end-use requirements. The position will also require the ability to resolve design-related performance issues.
Associate Research Chemist Fuel Science - 250321
The Associate Research Chemist performs research on jet fuel technology with emphasis on fuel testing techniques such as density, viscosity, dielectric constant, trace metals concentrations, etc, as well as chemical analysis techniques such as gas chromatography and high performance liquid chromatography.
Research Scientist Air Vehicle Optimization - 250403
The Air Vehicle Optimization Group at UDRI is a diverse team of skilled engineers and scientists who work closely with Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to develop, prototype, and test numerical models, software, and hardware for the multidisciplinary design and analysis of aerospace vehicles. The group brings together specialties in Aerospace, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics to combine 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.
Senior / Materials Engineer Advanced Materials Charac - 250468
The Advanced Materials Characterization 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 materials engineer to join a multidisciplinary research group in execution of research specifically dealing with problems in the areas of high temperature material behavior and environmental effects of aerospace metals, with special attention given to fatigue performance. Major job duties include: Providing technical expertise on high temperature material behavior and its correlation with microstructure and damage evolution. Conducting analysis and developing new methodology for determining the behavior of structural materials used in high temperature applications. Characterizing microstructure and damage mechanisms using metallurgical tools. 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 a fast-paced, changing environment with minimal supervision.
Assistant Professor Specializing in Sport Management Health & Sport Science - 210500
The University of Dayton Department of Health and Sport Science invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor specializing in Sport Management. The department and UD offer a highly collaborative, interdisciplinary environment, where the incumbent will be valued and supported as part of a dynamic faculty that is committed to the development of competent and skilled future professionals and growing participation of women and under-represented minorities. If you are looking for a faculty position where you can: ● focus on teaching; ● work with highly-motivated students in and out of the classroom and laboratory; ● contribute to a thriving academic program; ● be a member of a mission-driven institution; ● live affordably in a central location with easy access to both recreation and urban amenities; Then apply today!
Assistant Professor - Specializing in Dietetics/Nutrition Health & Sport Science - 210500
We are currently seeking applications for a tenure track faculty member to join our dynamic team of faculty to teach, mentor and engage in research in our highly collaborative undergraduate and partnered graduate program. Our faculty contribute fully to the mission of the dietetics program, the Department of Health and Sport Science, and the university through their primary work in teaching, mentoring, research, and service. If you are looking for a faculty position where you can: ● Engage in the holistic development of future RDN practitioners, ● Work in an integrative, collaborative, interdisciplinary environment, ● Mentor and teach highly motivated students, ● Be part of a mission-driven institution, ● Live affordably in a central location with easy access to both recreation and urban amenities. Then apply today!
Lecturer in Chemistry Position (Two positions) Chemistry - 208110
Are you looking for a university that will support your commitment to educating the next generation of individuals in the natural sciences. If so, the Department of Chemistry at the University of Dayton invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track, lecturer in the introductory and general chemistry laboratory program to begin August 16, 2022.
Faculty of Practice - Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology Engineering Mgmt, Systems, & Tech - 220440
The Department of Engineering Management, Systems and Technology at the University of Dayton invites you to apply for a Faculty of Practice position specializing in Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology to begin on August 16, 2022.
Administrative Assistant Office of Learning Resources - 204620
This position provides professional administrative assistance to the LTC's Office of Learning Resources (OLR) and reports to the Director of the OLR. The position works with the Director of OLR to fulfill a wide range of responsibilities including hiring and supervision of student workers, office management, website updates, logistics support for programs and events, materials creation, and purchasing. This position also provides administrative support to the Director of OLR in managing calendars, appointments, and other duties as assigned.
Associate Materials Engineer Sustainment Materials Engineering - 250427
The position will be focused on assisting other researchers in understanding the material science issues of additive manufacturing and connecting material properties to part end-use requirements. This will include assisting in planning and conducting experiments, analysis and reporting efforts related to material/process risk assessments and selection, troubleshooting, process improvement and/or material replacement, as well as structure-property and process-property relationships, and validation of part performance vs. end-use requirements. This position may involve handling metal feedstock powders and operating and maintaining equipment used in experiments or material characterization.
Tutoring Coordinator Office of Learning Resources - 204620
This position will coordinate the peer tutoring program and will report to the Director of the Office of Learning Resources (OLR). The Coordinator will hire, train, supervise, and assess student tutors, tutor mentors, and tutor managers for Fall and Spring semesters. The Coordinator will also collaborate with academic departments to recruit tutors, ensure department needs are being met by tutors in their areas, and maintain effective working relationships with other tutoring resources across the University. In order to ensure the ongoing success of the tutoring program, the Coordinator maintains the tutoring budget, monitors data on tutor usage and feedback, and prepares quantitative and qualitative reports on utilization of the program. The Coordinator is also responsible for maintaining the department’s CRLA certification for peer tutoring.
Machine Learning Software Engineer SPIRE - 250381
Do you enjoy bleeding-edge research and high-caliber software development? Would you like to use your creative and analytical skills to solve vital real-life problems for one of the USAF’s premier Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) research efforts? Are you looking for a career where you can learn and grow from world-leading experts? If so, we’d love for you to join us!
Athletic Trainer Intern Sports Medicine - 500430
The Athletic Trainer Intern will provide and coordinate athletic training services for assigned teams and other student-athletes under the direction of the Manager of Sports Medicine, maintain records and supplies, assist with the coordination of care with sports medicine physicians and coaches, and assist in the supervision and management of our athletic training room facility.
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.
Maintenance Technician Residential Prop Ops / Maint - 801150
The University of Dayton is hiring for a first and second shift Maintenance Technician. The first shift schedule will be M-F 8:00am-4:30pm and the second shift schedule will be M-F 3:00pm - 11:30pm. The position(s) are 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.
Payroll Coordinator Controller - 800500
If you are interested in growing your payroll skills and joining a dynamic payroll team, we invite you to apply to be Payroll Coordinator at the University of Dayton. We offer a 35 hour work week along with excellent benefits, paid leave and holidays, and tuition remission. The UD Payroll department serves approximately 2,400 full time employees and 3,000 part time and student employees on multiple pay cycles.
Administrative Assistant - Part Time CoAS - Finance & Administration - 208800
this is a part time, no benefits position. Provide administrative support to the Alumni Chair in the Humanities and the Graul Chair in Arts & Languages. Provide support for research and creative activity; monitor the chairs’ budgets; manage logistics for conferences and events; initiate check requests and travel/expense forms, and other confidential materials. Provide personal, e-mail, and telephone reception to a wide constituency. Supervise student workers.
Associate Research Engineer System & Sustainment Eng - 250402
This is for a position at Robins AFB, GA. This position is to provide structural engineering sustainment, including Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP) work, and structural repair. This work includes a wide variety of tasks ranging from field and depot requests for engineering assistance for aircraft damage outside established limits, analysis of structural risk for individual aircraft, life calculations for standard structural repairs, design of new structural repairs including calculation of static structural margins of safety as well as damage tolerance, data collection and analysis of fleetwide and individual aircraft usage, development and application for Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) for specific inspection locations. It also includes auditing of maintenance, repair, and inspection activities to ensure compliance with USAF requirements. This work includes direct hands-on work with aircraft in depot repair as well as travel to locations where fielded aircraft require engineering support.

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