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Early Childhood Educator II SEHS Bombeck Family Learning Cntr - 210300
Early Childhood educator IIs (ECEII) 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. ECEIIs 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.
Associate Director of Campus Ministry for Religious Diversity and Ecumenical Christian Ministry Campus Ministry - 400200
This Campus Minister provides ministerial leadership and vision for the Department of Campus Ministry, serves as the primary animator of ecumenical Christian ministry on campus, and supervises the Campus Minister for multi-faith support (envisioned) to ensure the development of opportunities for faith formation, religious practice, and religious literacy development across the spectrum of religious traditions at the University of Dayton.
Director, Donor Relations Donor Relations - 300540
The Director, Donor Relations is the main point of stewardship contact for the University of Dayton donors, overseeing a comprehensive program to effectively recognize, acknowledge and share the impact of gifts to all units and programs. This position plays a critical role in nurturing and strengthening the culture of philanthropy across the UD community through donor engagement and communications.
System Administrator Enterprise Admin Applic Svcs - 206823
The Systems Administrator for the Enterprise Administrative Application Services teams primary duties include the development, maintenance and training of campus applications including but not limited to UD's ITSM application, Google Apps, E-signature applications, Cloud storage, O365 and other hosted enterprise administrative applications. The position will not only assist with the technical integration of the product into potential University systems, but also assist with workflows and best practices in the design phases of system roll-outs or feature enhancements. This position requires a high degree of technical capabilities coupled with exemplary customer service skills.
Additive Manufacturing Lab Engineering Manager Add Mfg Tech Development - 250465
The University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) is seeking a highly motivated and highly talented engineer to manage and perform metal additive manufacturing (AM) research onsite at Wright Patterson Air Force Base - AFRL. Work will include oversight and management of a new AM lab, personnel, and research in metallic additive manufacturing via Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF). This position will work with AFRL engineers/scientists to perform research designed to better understand the effects of laser manufacturing processes on materials. Work activities may include: 1. Demonstrating metal AM printing performance 2. Designing, printing, and consulting on buildability of specimens 3. Planning and executing experiments 4. Operating, maintaining, calibrating, and customizing laser powder bed fusion machinery 5. Integrating and modifying in-situ process sensors 6. Collecting and analyzing AM build data, including in-situ process monitoring data 7. Building and routing of specimens for characterization and testing 8. Interfacing and advancing AM modeling and control codes 9. Interfacing with data collection and management tools 10. Creating lab workflows 11. Implementing lab management strategies 12. Creating and modifying 3D CAD models of simple coupons through complex components (e.g. in Solidworks) This position will oversee the work of a lab technician and work with a team of AM research scientist to operationalize and run a new additive manufacturing research lab.
Postdoctoral Researcher Add Mfg Tech Development - 250465
The University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) is seeking a highly motivated and highly talented engineer/scientist to manage and perform in-situ process monitoring research in metal additive manufacturing (AM) onsite at Wright Patterson Air Force Base - AFRL. This work will drive novel research focused on in-situ process monitoring, data collection, and analysis of metallic additive manufacturing via Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF). This position will work with AFRL engineers/scientists to perform research designed to advance current understanding of the effects of laser manufacturing processes on materials through sensor development, implementation, data collection, and data analysis. Work activities may include: 1. Planning and executing in-situ sensor focused experiments 2. Integrating and modifying in-situ process sensors 3. Operating, in-situ sensors/suites for laser powder bed fusion machinery 4. Collecting and analyzing AM build data, including in-situ process monitoring data 5. Working with analysis tools to extract physical meaning from in-situ process data 6. Interfacing with machine learning, NDE, and characterization expertise at UDRI and AFRL to correlate in-situ process data to other data sources 7. Building and routing of specimens for data collection, characterization, testing, and correlation 8. Interfacing with data collection and management tools This position will work with a team of AM research scientist in a new additive manufacturing research lab at AFRL.
Network Engineer Research IT - 250220
The Secure Network Engineer will ensure the operation of UDRI's networks in order to provide maximum performance and availability for our users. This position is part of a team that is dedicated to support our operations. Responsibilities include designing, installing, maintaining, supporting Networking infrastructure and other Microsoft based networks.
Community Coordinator H&R Life - North Student Nbrhd - 700555
This is a full time, exempt, 12 month, live-in position responsible for coordinating all aspects of student development in the apartments and student neighborhoods. The Community Coordinator supervises 8-16 neighborhood fellows and up to 4 graduate assistants and is responsible for staffing, training, supervision, and evaluation of paraprofessional and graduate student staff. In concert with the University Mission and Housing and Residence Life’s Vision for Residential Learning, the Community Coordinator is responsible for the development and implementation of a curriculum based educational plan that will assist students in their understanding and commitment to leading and serving their community in the Catholic Marianist tradition. Annual appointment for the Community 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..
Coordinator of Cataloging & Metadata & Assistant or Associate Professor (1 position) Info Acquisition & Organization - 240120
The University of Dayton Libraries are looking for librarians who want to work at a place where colleagues can partner easily across the campus while still enjoying the size and resources of a comprehensive university. Consisting of Roesch Library, Marian Library, and University Archives and Special Collections, the UD Libraries ​form an academic focal point, enriching the intellectual and cultural life at and beyond the University.​ Our faculty and staff are recognized for seamlessly connecting information and services to users, contributing to the educational mission, and preserving the history of the University of Dayton. Roesch Library recently ​underwent a significant renovation designed to meet present and future needs with an emphasis on student preferences, technology, inclusion, and welcome.
Coordinator of Electronic Resources & Discovery & Assistant or Associate Professor (1 position) Info Acquisition & Organization - 240120
The University of Dayton Libraries are looking for librarians who want to work at a place where colleagues can partner easily across the campus while still enjoying the size and resources of a comprehensive university. Consisting of Roesch Library, Marian Library, and University Archives and Special Collections, the UD Libraries ​form an academic focal point, enriching the intellectual and cultural life at and beyond the University.​ Our faculty and staff are recognized for seamlessly connecting information and services to users, contributing to the educational mission, and preserving the history of the University of Dayton. Roesch Library recently ​underwent a significant renovation designed to meet present and future needs with an emphasis on student preferences, technology, inclusion, and welcome.
Upward Bound Project Coordinator SEHS Dean's Office - 210000
The Upward Bound Project Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of all facets of the program, including managing the program budget according to federal regulations; submitting an annual performance report; overseeing staff, and academic preparation in three locally targeted high schools.
Additive Manufacturing Product Engineer Add Mfg & Repair Technol - 250422
This position entails engineering and qualifying additively manufactured components for USAF aircraft, ground support equipment and vehicles. Additionally, this position entails the transition of this technology to the USAF through written technical orders and course development and on site training of USAF personnel. This role will support design, re-engineering and test/validation of hardware produced through additive manufacturing. The ideal candidate will: Design, analyze and optimize mechanical components for additive manufacturing (i.e. turbine engine components, heat exchangers, housings, brackets, structural supports, vehicle parts and aerospace hardware) and mechanical systems, in accordance with current and applicable engineering standards and practices. The role will require Interfacing with USAF hardware owners and teams for component selection and understanding design intent for hardware transitioning from traditional manufacturing processes to additive manufacturing. Create and execute component and system level validation and qualification test plans, as well as analysis of test data and results. The work will primarily support government customers, but some industrial business may be supported by this position as well.
Part Time Sustainability Project Coordinator: Resource Conservation Hanley Sustainability Institute - 208730
This position will be considered temporary part-time, no benefits, working May - December 2021.  The Hanley Sustainability Institute (HSI) is searching for a recent graduate to join our team as a project coordinator focused on resource conservation projects. A recent undergraduate or graduate student available for 30 hours/week during summer and fall 2021 is preferred.  HSI currently hosts a project coordinator (Spring 2021) with our energy team and an additional 12+ undergraduate student sustainability leaders addressing waste diversion, the campus garden and pollinator prairies, energy conservation, and student peer education.
Keen Program Coordinator Visioneering Cntr - 220210
The University Of Dayton School of Engineering seeks qualified applicants to serve as the KEEN Program Coordinator. The KEEN Program Coordinator will work with the Director of the Visioneering Center to develop, organize, and execute the KEEN program which focuses on faculty development to enhance undergraduate engineering education. In addition, this position supports numerous School of Engineering programs and initiatives run through the Office of the Dean. Duties include: working collaboratively with faculty to develop curricular enhancements, marketing, budget management, data analysis, event management, drafting reports, and various administrative functions.
NMR Chemist Fuels Engineering - 250322
The primary position responsibilities includes leading the development of solid-state material science research utilizing a 400mHz solid-state NMR spectrometer equipped with a Klystron dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP); representing one of the first of its kind to be installed in the United States. This position will work autonomously for full development of MAS-NMR and DPN methods and experimentation while also being responsible to maintain the instrument on a regular basis. This position will also work closely with other scientists and engineers investigating materials for various applications with primary focus on commercial and novel heterogeneous catalysts and metal oxide materials. Individual must be a U.S. Citizen and capable of securing a satisfactory National Agency Check with Inquiries.
Senior Administrative Assistant Office of Stdnt Success - 220110
This person will coordinate daily operations in the Office of Student Success and provide administrative and clerical support to the assistant dean and 5 academic advisors. They will perform all required office management duties including answering advising office email, answering the phone, managing student records keeping, run reports to support advisors and manage employee hiring and processing. This person will hire, train, schedule and directs work of student workers, peer advisors/mentors and facilitator/tutors and process confidentiality agreements to get access for needed systems. They will support development and maintenance of department procedures and Google Drive/Box files. They will also handle forms processing workflow. They will organizes academic probation set up for advisors, send probation agreements and sets up meetings with students. They will maintain office equipment, supplies and forms. They will attend scheduled Admin meetings and participate on other committees as needed providing updates to the assistant dean. This person will support 3 courses taught by the OSS department including assisting with course composite, room scheduling, speaker invitations, resolving student issues, tracking attendance and assisting with Isidore updates. They will assist the Student Success Network (SSN) Coordinator with flag tracking to support student success. They will complete other projects as assigned by the assistant dean.
Course Developer Sustainment Project Mgmt - 250421
This is a full time position to develop, deliver, and evaluate education and training programs. Applies US Air Force instructional system development (ISD) process. Compares individual knowledge and skills with job standards, and identifies Education and Training requirements. Develops objectives to meet Air Force academic, vocational, and technical standards. Sequences objectives; selects instructional design, method, and media; and identifies resource needs. Creates materials to support objectives. Develops tests and standards to measure individual abilities. Evaluates education and training programs, recommends actions to correct deficiencies and oversees evaluations and surveys.
Lecturer in Philosophy Specializing in Medical Ethics Philosophy - 208480
Department of Philosophy invites applications for a non-tenure track lecturer position for an anticipated appointment of two years but with possibility of renewal, to begin August 16, 2021. At the University of Dayton, we are looking for new faculty whose passion aligns with our mission. We value our inclusive climate because we know that diversity in experiences and perspectives is vital to advancing innovation, critical thinking, solving complex problems, and creating an inclusive academic community.
Police Officer Public Safety - 701100
The University of Dayton, Department of Public Safety is continuing to grow and are 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.
UD Arena Event Staff UD Arena - 500200
A member of the University of Dayton Arena Event Staff will be responsible for welcoming guests, checking that guests possess a valid ticket for entry, prohibiting banned items from entry into the facility, provide directions and information where necessary, assist patrons to their assigned seating locations, ensure that areas are only utilized in accordance with policy, ensure their areas of responsibility are free of debris and hazards, distribute promotional or informational items as required and assist in times of emergency for those events held at the UD Arena, UD Athletics facilities and Welcome Stadium (UD sponsored events only).

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