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Sr Administrative Assistant Cooperative Education - 220120
The primary purpose of this position is to provide administrative assistance to the Engineering Cooperative Education office for the on-campus recruiting process and all other engineering co-op functions. This position requires compiling statistical data, database management, and implementing publicity for the engineering co-op program. Providing administrative support to the Engineering Co-op Director and other staff members of the department and school of engineering is also a requirement in this position.
Associate Project Manager Customer Enterprise Support - 4376
Co-located with the Air Force Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO), this position supports a broad array of programs for sustainment activities. Specifically, this position will focus on marketing and communication activities, requiring strong organizational and communication skills. This will include tracking of deliverables, converting technical information into desired formats, and coordinating, executing, and developing metrics to track strategic outreach activities.
Operations Project Manager Additive Mfg & Repair Technologies - 4371
UDRI’s Additive Manufacturing and Repair Technologies Group (AMRTG) supports government and commercial clients in the development, prototyping, testing, qualification, and documentation of additive manufacturing (AM) parts, equipment, and processes for commercialization and production. The organization features interdependencies between materials characterization, part design, manufacturing engineering, production, post-production, and quality functions. Sound management of the flow of projects through the interdependent functions and processes is critical to the organization’s ability to meet and exceed customer expectations.
Associate Research Engineer System & Sustainment Engineering - 4228
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.
Associate Research Engineer Advanced Materials Characterization - 4344
Performs the functions of an associate research engineer in mechanical engineering specializing in support of contracted research programs focused on behavior and life prediction of aerospace materials, with special attention given to the understanding of metals used in aerospace applications. Major duties will be performed at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) facility and include: practical design and/or procurement of test equipment and fixtures, development of test protocols and procedures, and hands-on execution of experiments. Additional duties include performing literature surveys, technical report writing, detailed microstructural characterization, developing experimental procedures, and computer programming.
Assistant Administrator, Pre-award Team Contracts & Grants - 4050
The Assistant Administrator, Pre-Award Team will manage major proposals activities including reviewing RFPS, advising technical staff on proposal requirements, coordinating proposal activity, developing complex cost proposals, and overseeing preparation and submission of compliant proposals. This person will conduct contract negotiations, interface directly with research sponsors, and present final contracts for signature. The Assistant Administrator will also assist with review, drafting and negotiation of nondisclosure agreements, teaming agreements and other miscellaneous agreements.
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.
Salesforce Developer/Administrator IAS Communications & Program Support - 4373
The Identify, Apply and Scale (IAS) capability, located in Beavercreek, OH, is the hub of the Rapid Sustainment Office and will be the lead in bringing together a comprehensive network of new technological methods, processes, and techniques. Success will come from our teamwork and mutual respect for each other’s talents and unique perspectives. The Salesforce Administrator needs to be comfortable working in an agile environment while performing system implementation, configuration, and tuning, but also have experience creating reports, dashboards, and processes to continuously monitor data quality and integrity.
Director of Research Accounting Research Accounting - 4070
The University of Dayton invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Research Accounting. The Director, reporting to the head of Business Services, serves as a key business leader and strategic role within UDRI, supporting the University as a whole as well as the University of Dayton Research Institute.
Associate Research Engineer Structures - 4225
UDRI is seeking a mechanical or aerospace research engineer to support the design, analysis, fabrication, and testing of fastening and sealing technology for articulating high temperature structures. This work will involve the application of fundamental engineering principles to the computational design/analysis and experimental testing of aerospace systems.
Associate Laser Applications Research Engineer Additive Manufacturing Tech Develop - 4333
The University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) is seeking a highly motivated and highly talented engineer to perform research in the area of Laser Micromachining, Ultrafast lasers, and additive manufacturing (AM). Work will include mechanical design, execution of experiments, sensors data acquisition, and part manufacturing leveraging a variety of laser types. Activities may include, fixture design, investigating laser material interaction, process optimization, collecting and analyzing of in-situ process monitoring data and optical system modifications.
Sr. Digital Systems Engineer Scalable Computing - 4424
This position will be responsible for providing senior-level guidance and expertise to the design and implementation of signal processing algorithms on Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), and may be expected to lead small technical teams in solving complex hardware and software problems for fielded systems and research prototypes.
Education Field Office Coordinator SEHS Dean's Office - 210000
The School of Education and Health Sciences at the University of Dayton is seeking a dynamic individual to coordinate operations for the Educational Field Office (EFO). This is a 10.5-month (Aug. 16 - June 30), full-time (35 hours/week), FLSA exempt staff position with an anticipated start date of December 1, 2020.
Assistant Professor - Engineering Management, Systems, & Technology ( 2 positions) Engineering Mgmt, Systems, & Tech - 220440
Are you looking for a university that will support your commitment to educating the next generation of engineers? Are you interested in bringing engineering practice and new experiential learning strategies into the classroom? Are you committed to growing participation of women and under-represented minorities in engineering? Are you seeking to engage in research that makes a difference in the world?
Associate Research Engineer Advanced Composites - 4335
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 design and test morphing aerospace structures of interest to the Air Force. The position is well suited to a graduating Ph.D. looking for a post-doctoral position, or a Masters graduate with relevant academic/professional experience.
Sr. Lab Manager Engineering Labs - 220040
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at the University of Dayton is looking for an experienced laboratory manager who can independently oversee the teaching activities and operational oversight of the labs. The laboratory manager is expected to function with relative independence and responsibility as well as report directly to the Director of Engineering Labs. The laboratory manager will work with administration, faculty, staff, and students to plan, manage and meet overall objectives and interests of the labs. The laboratory manager will coordinate operational activities in research and teaching laboratories, providing support services to faculty, students, and researchers; will develop and implement policies, procedures, and standards for lab operations to ensure the efficiency, effectiveness and quality control of the laboratories and compliance with federal, state, and university regulations and standards; will coordinate the ordering, inventory, storage, and maintenance of supplies, lab ware, and instruments essential to the operation of the laboratories.
Sr. Administrative Assistant Pre-Medical Programs - 208370
The Premedical Programs office support provides administrative assistance to the program director, the associate program director and other the program faculty advisors; must possess a greater depth and administrative breadth of knowledge for the Premedical Programs; must be able to make decisions with the day to day running of the office.
Post Doctoral Researcher Mann Chair in the Sciences - 208005
We invite applications for a postdoctoral research position to study glaciers in High Mountain Asia. The selected candidate will conduct glacier modeling, analyze glacier dynamics, evaluate remote sensing datasets (optical/radar/ICESat) and develop tools for integrating remote sensing data and model outputs. The selected candidate will be involved in ongoing projects that include glacier mapping, glacier lake outburst flood, glacier modeling, debris thickness, etc. This position provides an opportunity to grow your skillset and also allows you to bring new skills and unique methods to study the impact of climate change on these glaciers. Expertise in machine learning techniques and coding experience is not required but strongly preferred. It is important for scientists to use their expertise for societal benefits. Thus, the candidate is also expected to support ongoing efforts in using geospatial techniques for societal impact analysis, such as "Rights for Water," primarily related to glacier meltwater or other human rights violations. The appointment will be for 1 year, with continuation pending funding and progress. The position is eligible for benefits.
Research Project Manager Air Vehicle Optimization - 4229
The group currently seeks a Project Manager (PM) to provide Program, Contract, Subcontract & Financial support on various contracts within the Applied Mechanics Division and other UDRI Divisions as required. The PM will apply appropriate methodologies and processes to deliver quality and timely solutions and deliverables in support of programs. The PM conducts professional-level project management assignments that require the use of fundamental concepts, practices, and procedures of discipline or specialty.
Associate Mechanical Engineer Aerospace Product Support Eng'g - 4367
This position is sustaining engineering support for vehicle sustainment technology including vehicle, ground support equipment, and aircraft maintenance. Under the leadership of a senior engineer, this role will support research, evaluation, reverse engineering, design, and test/validation of hardware for support equipment and vehicles.

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