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Research Coordinator, Neuromotor Behavior Lab Newark
The Research Coordinator will work in the Neuromotor Behavior Lab within the Department of Physical Therapy (STAR Campus - Health Sciences Complex) at the University of Delaware. The Neuromotor Behavior Lab consists of a dynamic group of investigators and their trainees examining mechanisms of human motor learning (how new movement skills are acquired) in health or disease. We are particularly interested in physical rehabilitation and how motor learning and motor recovery occur after stroke.
Associate Professor & Director of the Master of Public Administration Program Newark
The Biden School of Public Policy and Administration invites applications for an Associate Professor and Director of the Master's of Public Administration program. Review of applications will begin on September 1, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.
Sr Payroll Systems Analyst, Office of Human Resources Newark
The Senior Payroll Systems Analyst provides functional and technical guidance for the Payroll PeopleSoft HCM modules, Web Forms, Web Views, the UD WorkForce, Windstar, and any additional systems which will impact the Payroll Offices which the entire University community relies on for pay, benefits and employee time collection.
Research Associate I, Personality & Dysregulation (PD) Lab Newark
The Personality & Dysregulation (PD) Lab is housed in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Delaware. The lab is headed by Dr. Naomi Samimi-Sadeh, Principal Investigator (PI). Research in the lab focuses on understanding why people engage in risky, impulsive, and self-destructive behavior, with a special emphasis on elucidating how personality factors and sensitivity/resiliency to life stress contributes to these harmful behaviors. The lab researches mental disorders in adulthood that are marked by severe self-regulation deficits (e.g., psychopathy, antisocial personality disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, substance use disorders) and related public health problems (e.g., suicidal behavior, violence, substance use, criminal behavior). Research in the lab spans biological (neurobiology), psychological (personality traits, emotion-cognition interactions, psychopathology), and environmental (traumatic life events, stress exposure) units of analysis. The lab is currently conducting studies to understand brain networks that contribute to impulsive and harmful behaviors in adults with and without mental illness, particularly externalizing disorders (e.g., antisocial personality disorder, alcohol/substance use disorder).The Research Associate I position is funded via external NIH grant money awarded to the PI. The position is temporary and may be renewed on a 12-month basis, dependent upon available funding and performance. The job will be ideal for motivated individuals interested in applying to graduate school in psychology or neuroscience in the future, as it will offer the opportunity for mentored research projects and developing manuscripts for publication. Ultimately, a 2-year commitment is strongly preferred.
Academic Advisor II, Kinesiology & Applied Physiology Newark
The Academic Advisor II is responsible for providing academic advising services to all undergraduate majors in the Department of Kinesiology & Applied Physiology (KAAP). The advisor works cooperatively with the Department Chair to set goals and propose solutions to advising issues that affect the quality of services to undergraduate students in KAAP.
Grants Analyst I, Agriculture and Natural Resources Newark
Under the general direction of the Manager, Grants Administration, the Grants Analyst I supports faculty in pre-award and some post-award functions for a variety of Federal and State agencies, foundations, and private industry. Faculty support includes all aspects of proposal submission to ensure compliance with federal, state and university policies and procedures with regards to research administration.
Customer Service Assistant, Facilities-Maintenance & Operations Information Newark
Under general supervision of the Customer Service Supervisor, provides customer service and operational support for Facilities, Real Estate, and Auxiliary Services (FREAS)
Business Administrator I, Health Sciences Deans Office Newark
The Business Administrator is responsible for managing the daily financial, human resources and administrative operations of the Deans Office in the College of Health Sciences. These units in total receive approximately$2.9Min yearly budget allocation, $300,000 in research awards and employ approximately105 personnel which include staff, faculty, undergraduate student workers, graduate assistants, hourly wage and temporary staffing individuals.
Events Manager, College of Arts & Sciences Newark
As an experienced event professional, the Events Manager plans, organizes, and designs a variety of internal and external-facing CAS events and also delivers trainings for other College staff about event protocols and processes and manages vendor partnerships to ensure best practices and responsible budgeting for CAS events.
Facilities Coordinator, College of Arts and Sciences Newark
The Facilities Coordinator provides support and oversight for facilities and laboratory operations for an expanding portfolio within the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS). With limited direction, this position manages the logistical needs of the assigned portfolio for all building maintenance, renovation, and construction needs.
HR Coordinator, Office of Human Resources Newark
The HR Coordinator supports the College of Arts & Sciences and performs a variety of complex HR responsibilities some of which require advanced or specialized knowledge and skills. Principal emphasis on providing first-line assistance to faculty and staff regarding general human resources administrative matters and supporting the HR Manager with record keeping, database management, and HR reporting. Provides intake services, answers basic questions, provides standard policy/procedural information, and triages HR matters to assigned HR Generalist.
Academic Program Coordinator, College of Arts and Sciences Newark
The Academic Program Coordinator interacts with and supports faculty, students, College and University administrators, and alumni to support the mission and goals of the Department(s), College, and University and to advance departmental teaching, service, and research objectives.
Events Coordinator, College of Arts & Sciences Newark
With more than 300 unique programs, events, and activities annually, the Events Coordinator will plan for and support a diverse portfolio of events and serve as a direct resource supporting the goals and initiatives of faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community partners.
Operations Analyst, College of Arts & Sciences Newark
The Operations Analyst manages a variety of associated and highly complex financial preparation, monitoring, planning activities for the College of Arts & Sciences. The incumbent will assist in analysis and interpretation of complex data related to financials, procurement, and college wide policies and procedures. Resolve administrative and procedural problems.
Financial Processor I, College of Arts & Sciences Newark
The Financial Processor performs a full range of financial activities. The principal emphasis is on the coordination of financial record activities associated with the procurement and financial operations of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Assistant Director, Animal Care Program, Office of Laboratory Animal Medicine Newark
The Assistant Director for Research Operations, Animal Care Program is responsible for oversight of staffing and operations of university-wide vivarium’s that house animals used in biomedical research, duties include: proper housing and husbandry of research animals in compliance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations and policies relating to the humane care and use of laboratory animals; oversight of staff hiring, training, and safety programs, census reporting, billing and other logistical support; and participation in the IACUC as a voting member.
Classroom Assistant*, Early Learning Center (Infant/Toddler) Newark
Inspiring Early Childhood Educators Wanted! The UD Early Learning Center is expanding our team and welcoming qualified candidates with a passion for working with young children. Immediate openings in our Infant/Toddler program are available.
Classroom Assistant* Newark
Are you looking for a vibrant community that shares your commitment to excellence? The UD Early Learning Center is looking for a Classroom Assistant to join their team!
Library Department Head, Multimedia and Access Services, Library Newark
UD Library seeks a user experience oriented leader to head our new Multimedia and Access Services Department.
Mechanical Engineering Technician, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Gaithersburg
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering is seeking two Mechanical Engineering Technicians in a Neutron research environment to provide a wide range of technical and overall facility support. Individuals should be organized, detailed oriented, safety conscious with the ability to work in a collaborative atmosphere.

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