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Associate Director of Research Accounting General Ledger - 250212
Reporting to the Director of Research Accounting, the Associate Director of Research Accounting performs moderately-complex to complex accounting activities in accordance with accounting principles and standards to control the organization's financial resources and ensure that it complies with all relevant regulations, laws, and reporting requirements. The Associate Director of Research Accounting is responsible for the day-to-day management of processes in the general ledger, maintenance of accurate and reconciled accounts, and for accurate financial reporting at a cost center, Division, or business unit level. This position will develop, execute, and analyze control reports to ensure all accounts and projects are fully reconciled on a monthly basis. This position will reconcile complex accounts and check the accuracy of journal entries to ensure general ledger is in accordance with accounting principles and reporting schedules so that the organization has a full and accurate statement of its financial position. This position will check and analyze financial information and prepare financial reports and accounting statements to provide senior management accurate and timely information for making financial decisions. The Associate Director of Research Accounting will provide technical accounting advice and training to functional or operational area managers to help them understand financial reports and manage their financial responsibilities. This position will provide leadership and mentorship to all Research Accounting functions to support developing employees and resolving complex issues as required. In concert with the Director of Research Accounting, this position will identify, develop, and implement business process and system improvements to better support UDRI’s research & development operations. This position will complete other duties as assigned.
Assistant Professor specializing in Management/Entrepreneurship Department of Mgmt & Marketing - 209320
The Management/Marketing department at the University of Dayton seeks applications for an Assistant Professor position (tenure track) specializing in Management/Entrepreneurship, beginning August 16, 2022. The Management/Marketing department prides itself on fostering an environment where faculty value, support, and help one another grow as a professional. The department and university support a commitment to educating the next generation of professionals as well as cultivating and supporting faculty engagement in research that makes a difference. As such, candidates who are interested in pursuing a balance of high quality scholarship and teaching would thrive in our environment, which values both. We are also committed to growing the participation of women and under-represented groups in the field.
Associate Test Engineer Energetic Materials - 250346
THIS POSITION IS LOCATED AT EGLIN AFB, FL. The University of Dayton Research Institute is seeking to hire an entry-level Explosive Testing Engineer for the High Explosives Research and Development (HERD) facility’s Energetic Materials Technology Section, AFRL/RWMED to support Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) of energetic materials.
Senior Research Technician Failure Analysis Electron - 250461
The Senior Research Technician preforms electrical/electronics technician work in UDRI’s Electrical/Electronics Failure Analysis Laboratory. This position is located at WPAFB, Area B, building 652. Roles and responsibilities include hands-on failure analysis of electrical and electronic components, systems, and use of electronic test equipment.
AI Research Engineer Autonomy Systems - 250367
The University of Dayton Research Institute’s (UDRI) Autonomy Systems Group is in search of motivated, innovative team members to further ongoing government research in autonomous agent development and applying legal and ethical considerations to domain modeling for course of action generation and selection. The qualified applicant will join our technically diverse team that includes computer scientists, engineers, operations research analysts, mathematicians and cognitive psychologists.
Research Compliance and Export Control Administrator Research Institute - 250000
UDRI is a national leader in scientific and engineering research, serving government, industry and nonprofit customers. UDRI contributes to the fulfillment of the University’s commitments to education, research and public service through the involvement of students, faculty and external partners. Established as the research arm of the University of Dayton in 1956, UDRI achieved $2 billion in cumulative sponsored research in 2016. Sponsored research for 2020 alone exceeded $169 million. UDRI is ranked first in the nation among all colleges and universities for sponsored materials research, according to the National Science Foundation. In Ohio, UDRI is number one among colleges and universities receiving contracts and grants from the Department of Defense. The Institute has a tradition of research excellence with an uncompromising commitment to providing customers with quality products while maintaining the highest ethical standards. It is keenly aware that compliance with applicable laws and regulations is an essential condition for performing its business. Its commitment to compliance is based on providing a supportive environment, the integrity of its employees, and their support of the University's policies and applicable laws and regulations of the United States.
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.
Facility and Lab Manager Sustainment Tech Transiti - 250420
This position is located at the UDRI Hangar 01 facility supporting the Air Force Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO). The RSO increases mission readiness by rapidly identifying, applying and scaling technology essential to the operation and sustainment of the U.S. Air Force. Hangar 01 is the lead in bringing together a comprehensive network of new technological methods, processes, and techniques. Success comes from our teamwork and mutual respect for each other’s talents and unique perspectives.
Contracts Manager Contracts & Grants - 251050
The Contracts Manager provides advice and support to proposal teams, operations leadership and senior management. They will be responsible for aspects of contracting from preaward support, contract negotiation and award, resolution of post-award issues and support of close-out.
Subcontracts Manager Contracts & Grants - 251050
The Subcontracts Manager is responsible for performing subcontract management functions for sponsored programs, including preparation of requests for proposals, drafting subcontract documents and independently conducting negotiations; monitoring subcontract performance and overseeing complex invoice approval and closeout processes and audits.
Cook Dining Serv - Kennedy Union - 800613
Responsible for the timely, proper preparation and presentation of all food items as required by daily menus, recipes, or work sheets, under the direction of appropriate supervisory personnel. Responsible for assuring correct portion sizes as well as proper temperatures of all prepared items. Responsible for maintaining a sanitary kitchen and following all safety and sanitation policies and procedures. Meets and greets the customer in a respectful yet friendly manner and assures customer satisfaction. Must be able to effectively communicate (written and spoken) directly with other employees and staff members in English in a pleasant and professional manner. Coordinates food preparation with a kitchen staff. Monitors all products to assure high quality.
Dining Shop Worker Dining Serv - Marycrest - 800612
Performs a variety of duties required to operate the service platforms in the Dining Services operations in a timely and efficient manner, including but not limited to; greeting and serving customers, processing meal cards and/or other cash register transactions, and preparing and stocking needed supplies for all of the food court operations. Responsible for maintaining a clean, organized and neat work station, stocked as appropriate for the operation, and set up/tear down for the next meal/day operation. Responsible for the preparation of all designated areas as assigned, including but not limited to slicing, cooking and knowledge of operation of all equipment. Must follow all food handing, safety and sanitation policies and procedures. May be assigned to various or specific areas based on operational needs.
Dining Service Attendant Dining Serv - VWK - 800611
Performs a variety of duties related to food service and sanitation in a timely and efficient manner including but not limited to; greeting and serving customers, stocking counters and serving areas, preparing and replenishing beverages and food items, washing and storing properly all dishes, trays, eating utensils, cups, pots and pans. Maintains work station, other food service areas and equipment to meet cleanliness and food safety standards. Assists with preparation of items used in recipes. Assists others as directed. Must be able to effectively communicate (written and spoken) directly with other employees and staff members in English in a pleasant and professional manner. May be assigned to various or specifics areas based on operational needs.
Cooks Helper Dining Serv - Marycrest - 800612
Responsible for assisting in the preparation of all food items, in a timely efficient manner, as required by the daily menu or work sheets, under the direction of the cook and/or appropriate supervisory personnel. Responsible for assuring correct portion sizes as well as proper temperature of all prepared items. Responsible for maintaining a sanitary kitchen and following all safety and sanitation policies and procedures. Meets and greets the customer in a respectful manner and assures customer satisfaction. Serves the customer and provides excellent customer service. Communicates with others, both verbally and written, in English.
Part time Dining Service Attendant II Dining Serv - Kennedy Union - 800613
This position is responsible for food preparation/service and sanitation. Food preparation/service responsibilities may include the use of knives and commercial kitchen equipment and providing customer service by tending food stations. Sanitation responsibilities may include proper cleaning and storage of dishes, trays, eating utensils, cups, pots and pans. This position follows all proper safety and sanitation policies and procedures.
Part Time Dining Service Attendant Dining Serv - Marycrest - 800612
Dining Services is searching for individuals seeking part-time opportunities in student dining halls. Duties may include food service and sanitation, greeting and serving customers, stocking counters and steam tables, preparing and replenishing beverages, washing and storing properly all dishes, trays, eating utensils, cups, pots and pans. This individual also maintains work station, other food service areas and equipment to meet cleanliness and food safety standards.
Lead Microscopist Energetic Materials - 250346
THIS POSITION IS LOCATED AT EGLIN, AFB. The primary purpose of this position is to perform on site research at the AFRL Munitions Directorate at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. The duties associated with this position are to conduct and manage chemistry/engineering laboratory activities involving measurement of energetic materials' microstructural properties. Responsibilities include instrument operation and maintenance, experimental design and implementation, data analysis, and reporting of results. A successful candidate must be able to work both independently and as a member of a dynamic and challenging team.
RSO IT Cyber Specialist Enterprise Software Sol - 250366
This position is located at the UDRI Hangar 01 facility supporting the Air Force Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO). The RSO increases mission readiness by rapidly identifying, applying and scaling technology essential to the operation and sustainment of the U.S. Air Force. Hangar 01 is the lead in bringing together a comprehensive network of new technological methods, processes, and techniques. Success comes from our teamwork and mutual respect for each other’s talents and unique perspectives. This role supports the government cyber lead and provides cybersecurity support for advanced software-intensive technologies to include agile manufacturing, conditioned-based maintenance, augmented reality/virtual reality, learning neural networks, cloud-based infrastructure and services, and robotics.
Electronic Technician Energetic Materials - 250346
This position is for an on-site electronics technician working for the University of Dayton Research Institute’s (UDRI) team of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Ordnance Operations Branch within the Munitions Directorate at Eglin Air Force Base. The position will support the technical area of Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) of fuze system and component research, planning, testing, and data collection.
Additive Manufacturing Design Engineer, Co-Op/Intern Additive Manufacturing Engineering - 250422
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

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