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Staff Autonomy Researcher UAS & Embedded Systems - 250384
Verification of autonomy is known to be a hard problem. Autonomous systems include complex decision-making mechanisms that are likely to be sensitive to changing mission conditions, resulting in a “state space explosion” of possible system behaviors that traditional test-based approaches cannot adequately cover. To address this problem, “formal methods” – i.e., mathematically-based tools and techniques for design, specification, and verification – can supplement testing by providing evidence of system correctness through proof and analysis. Formal methods, in conjunction with existing best practices for system and software development, can also be used to make autonomy software more robust and reliable by checking for general properties such as absence of runtime errors, memory leaks, access to undefined memory locations, etc.
Staff Auditor Audit, Risk, & Compliance - 800150
Audit, Risk and Compliance seeks a staff auditor to support the work of the Internal Audit Department by helping the University ensure strong stewardship and accountability at all levels by making sure our internal audit processes are independent, objective, and systematic. The staff auditor will report directly to the Executive Director while day to day supervision will be provided by the Manager of Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management. The staff auditor should have an appreciation of higher education risks and be able to apply those to a risk based audit program within the University.
Catering Supervisor Dining Serv - Catering - 800618
Under direction of the Catering Services Operations Assistant and Catering Assistant General Manager, the Event Supervisor oversees catering staff at various locations. The Event Supervisor is responsible for execution of events according to guest specifications as listed on service orders. The Event Supervisor also oversees set up, delivery, service, and inventory and ensures all safety and sanitation procedures are being properly followed. Responsibilities also include supervising retail operations for bar and other food service venues under the Catering department.
Au Bon Pain Customer Service Specialist Dining Serv - ABP - 800616
The Au Bon Pain Customer Service Specialist performs a variety of duties including food preparation, cashiering, providing customer service, stocking and cleaning while following all Au Bon Pain and food safety and sanitation policies and procedures.
Assistant Professor specializing in Criminal Justice or Security Studies Political Science - 208210
The Department of Political Science at the University of Dayton seeks a tenure-track assistant professor with a specialization in criminal justice or security studies. Responsibilities include teaching for the NASPAA accredited Master Public Administration program, Political Science majors, Criminal Justice and Security Studies majors, and the interdisciplinary social science curriculum. The Department of Political Science is composed of active and engaged teacher-scholars that support student learning through curricular and co-curricular learning.
Multiculturally Focused Therapist Counseling Center - 700950
The University of Dayton is seeking a dedicated, hardworking, multiculturally focused, and community centered therapist to serve in the Counseling Center. The Multicultural therapist position prioritizes working with students from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic populations including Black/African American, Latinx, Asian American/Pacific Islander, Multi-racial, and other students of color. The Multicultural therapist provides culturally affirming mental health services including initial consultations, brief, focused individual counseling, psychotherapy groups and workshops, single-session interventions, crisis appointments. This position is the primary liaison with the University’s Multi-Ethnic Education and Engagement Center (MEC) on campus. This position will also work with Counseling Center Leadership to assist with improving the Center's ability to meet the needs of historically underrepresented racial and ethnic populations and reduce stigma of mental health services.
Assistant Professor specializing in Global Change Biology Biology - 208100
The Department of Biology at the University of Dayton invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in Biology, specializing in Global Change Biology, to join the faculty beginning August 16, 2022. The position is open to any area of emphasis working with any organism or in any ecosystem including but not limited to ecological physiology or skills in working with large datasets. The candidate will be expected to develop a nationally competitive, extramurally funded research program that involves Ph.D., M.S. and undergraduate students.
Assistant Professor specializing in Wildlife Conservation Biology - 208100
The Department of Biology at the University of Dayton invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in Biology, specializing in Wildlife Conservation, to join the faculty beginning August 16, 2022. The position is open to any area of sub-specialty including but not limited to mammalogy, herpetology and ornithology. The candidate will be expected to develop a nationally competitive, extramurally funded research program that involves Ph.D., M.S. and undergraduate students.
Associate Research IT Professional Help Desk - 250223
Assist UDRI Employees to apply information technologies effectively to carry out their research and administrative activities. Supports and directs the work of student employees. Assembles, configures, installs, troubleshoots and maintains desktop PC's, servers and related network equipment. Perform IT Help Desk functions.
Dining Full Service Operations Supervisor Dining Serv - Marycrest - 800612
Under the direction of the Assistant General Manager or Operations Assistant, responsible for supervision of daily operation of up to 50 bargaining unit employees, 10 part-time employees and over 100 student employees within the Dining Services food service establishment. Must have working knowledge of the equipment and the food preparation processes for all of the various platforms which include but not limited to, specialized work area, Mongolian grill, Impinger ovens, convection ovens, tilt skillet, fryer, industrial dish machine, tray vayors, wood stone pizza ovens, steam tables, flat top grills, slicers, combi-ovens, steamers, turbo chef ovens and Micros cash registers. Responsibilities include but are not limited to, maintaining or improving standards of quality, service, and sanitation, supervising staff, practicing good public relations, supporting departmental objectives, maintaining security control, and performing other related duties as assigned.
Part Time Catering Services Attendant Dining Serv - Catering - 800618
Dining Services is searching for individuals seeking part-time catering opportunities. Duties may include services related to catered functions on and off campus. The Catering Service Attendant provides service according to order specifications, assists in food preparation, assists with room setup, works as bartender, follows set up and sanitation procedures. The Catering Service Attendant may work as a server for preseason ticket holders and VIP groups for pregame events during basketball season at the arena lounges while under the supervision of an Operations Assistant or Event Supervisor.
Assistant or Associate Professor specializing in Business Analytics or Operations and Supply Chain Management. (2 positions) Dept of MIS, OM & Decision Sciences - 209330
There are two tenure track positions available, at the Assistant Professor level, specializing in Business Analytics or Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSM). Dependent upon qualifications, appointment at the Associate Professor level may be possible. The expected starting date is August 16, 2022. The position entails teaching, research, and service which is complimentary to departmental needs.
Food Storekeeper II Dining Serv - Central Production - 800621
Insures a proper and orderly flow of procuring, receiving and processing all supplies so needed items are on hand as required according to menus including cycle menus and special events. Keep and maintain orderly and clean storerooms, coolers, freezers and all other assigned areas. Ensures proper receiving, storing and rotation of products. Ensures the security of storage areas as well as taking and calculating accurate inventories at month end or as assigned. Work independently both within unit as well as out. Transport items between units and assigned off campus areas in a timely manner.
Business Manager SoL Dean's Office - 230000
This position is responsible for the direction, planning, organization, development and implementation of all financial and budgetary operations in the School of Law. Reporting directly to the dean, and secondarily reporting to the Director of Budget and Planning, this position serves in an advisory capacity to provide budget development and monitoring, forecasting, financial analysis, and long-range financial planning for the School. This position monitors all personnel related actions and develops strategies to meet the human capital needs of all departments. The Director coordinates the ABA annual questionnaire, the financial and other material needed for ABA accreditation visits, and the U.S. News and World Report annual questionnaire and responds to other internal and external requests for information as needed. Additionally, this position is the key liaison with other administrative units on campus as well as a member of the cross functional Business Officer Leadership Team.
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.
Team Lead Sr Research Engineer Sensor & Software Systems - 250360
The primary purpose for this position is to provide Senior Software Architect functions to the Sensors and Software Systems Division. A second purpose is the development, testing, and optimization of advanced processing algorithms for various applications. This position will be responsible for identifying and winning appropriate DOD research projects while leading an agile team of software developers. The incumbent will also be responsible for coding.
Research Scientist Environmental Microbiology - 250325
We are seeking to hire a research scientist to conduct research projects in recombinant protein engineering, synthetic biology, molecular/cellular biology, and microbiology in the area of fuel and energy biotechnology. The position requires strong expertise and hands-on experience in bioengineering, synthetic biology, molecular/cellular biology, microbiology, research techniques and molecular/analytical instrumentation. This position intersects synthetic biology, microbiology and bioinformatics disciplines, and requires familiarity with identification and construction of biosynthetic pathways.
Materials Engineer Additive Manufacturing Engineering - 250422
The position will be focused on understanding the material science issues of polymer additive manufacturing, and connecting material properties to part end-use requirements. This will include material / process risk assessments and selection, troubleshooting, ideation for process improvement and / or material replacement, test plan development and execution, test data interpretation and reporting, and validation of part performance vs. end-use requirements.
Assistant Professor specializing in Media Production Communication - 208200
The University of Dayton Department of Communication invites applications for a tenure-track position specializing in Media Production with a research or creative program that focuses narrative filmmaking at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 16, 2022.
Assistant Professor specializing in Communication Management Communication - 208200
The University of Dayton Department of Communication invites applications for a tenure-track position specializing in Communication Management with a research program that focuses on sports and culture, science communication, or organizational communication at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 16, 2022.

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