|Vol. 19, No. 8||Oct. 21, 1999|
#00P051 Business ESL Coordinator (Level 14), English Language Institute (ELI)-effective Feb. 1. Highly competitive salary and benefits package. REQUIREMENTS: Master's degree in TESL, as well as extensive business experience; MBA preferred. Demonstrated competency in teaching and developing business ESL courses for multiple skills and levels, strong oral and written communication skills, proposal and grant writing expertise and evidence of applicable business knowledge and networking skills. DUTIES: Develop, market and administer (under the supervision of director) business ESL programs for ELI, including the PreMBA program, International Business Institute and specially designed programs to client specifications. Maintain a half-time teaching load (generally 8.75 hours per week), primarily courses within the Business ESL program, including course and materials development, student office hours and service to ELI committees-while demonstrating some effort in scholarly and professional activities. Investigate public and private sources of funds, write grant proposals with the director to generate support to carry out programs. Serve as liaison to current and potential corporate clients in developing Business ESL programs; interact with other University faculty and professionals, government and private agency grant officers and ELI alumni to cultivate and coordinate training programs. CONTACT: Send a complete vitae, three letters of recommendation and teaching evaluation data to B. Gillette, Search Chair, University of Delaware, English Language Institute, 189 West Main St., Newark, DE 19716. Direct inquiries via e-mail to <gillette@ udel.edu>. Phone: 831-2674; fax: 831-6765. DEADLINE: Nov. 15.
#00P052 Director of Development for the College of Engineering (Level 15), University Development-Senior-level major gifts fund raiser with five to 10 years of fund-raising experience to serve as director of development for the College of Engineering. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree preferred. Successful fundraising record, experience working on major university campaigns and committed to major gift fundraising. High motivation, enthusiasm, strategic thinking, exceptional communication skills and an appreciation for working collegially in a complex university setting. DUTIES: Help conduct a major comprehensive campaign and then continue the fundraising momentum after the campaign. Responsible for prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. A major emphasis of the position is the solicitation of gifts of $25,000 or more from individuals, corporations and foundations. Report to the associate vice president of University development and be accountable to the dean of the college for setting and meeting fundraising goals. CONTACT: Submit a current resume, a one-page cover letter and names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least three references to Kevin R. O'Brien, Chair, Search Committee, 200 Academy Building, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716; e-mail: <email@example.com>; fax: 831-3045. DEADLINE: Nov. 19.
#00P053 Preschool Staff Teacher, Laboratory Preschool (Level 14), Individual and Family Studies-This is a 10-month continuing appointment. Effective Aug. 15. REQUIREMENTS: Master's degree in early childhood education, child development or closely related field and a minimum of three years classroom experience with children newborn to three years old and their families. College teaching and laboratory preschool experience is preferred. DUTIES: Teach in model developmental preschool program, work with families, supervise student teachers and teach an undergraduate curriculum course. CONTACT: Send letter of application, curriculum vitae (curriculum vitae may be shared with departmental faculty and staff) and three letters of reference to Michael Ferrai, Chair, Search Committee Department of Individual and Family Studies University of Delaware Newark, DE 19716 DEADLINE: Feb. 1.
#00P054 Coordinator of Greek Affairs (Level 13), Dean of Students Office-REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree and three years related professional work experience. Master's degree preferred. Understanding, respect and appreciation of cultural diversity required. Previous work with Greek organizations, leadership and group development skills preferred. Flexibility, ability to handle a variety of tasks at once and strong organizational and programming skills are essential. Must be willing to work evenings and weekends. DUTIES: Responsible for the direction and development of UD's Greek system, comprised of 2,230 students involved in 40-national Greek letter organizations. Develop and implement University policies related to fraternities and sororities. Responsible for the administration of the Office of Greek Affairs. Implement and evaluate the Five Star Chapter Evaluation standards program for the Greek system. Collect and evaluate significant data related to the program. Establish minimum criteria and develop appropriate awards and sanctions for chapters. Advise the Panhellenic, Interfraternity and National Panhellenic Councils. Insure compliance with all University code of conduct expectations. Coordinate educational programming and special events including Homecoming, Greek Week, Greek Games and annual leadership conference, fraternity rush, Panhellenic rush and Step Show. CONTACT: Send resume and list of three references including phone numbers to Timothy F. Brooks, Dean of Students, 218 Hullihen Hall, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: Nov. 12.
#00P055 Assistant Director of Annual Giving (Level 13), University Development-THIS POSITION IS LIMITED TO UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE EMPLOYEES. DUTIES: Develop a budget; manage the administrative aspects; create, write and coordinate the strategies/timelines and appeals; analyze and evaluate results and purchase any supplies and/or materials needed for the direct mail fundraising program, class reunions, employee fundraising campaigns foreign appeals and the corporate annual fund program. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree, preferably in business/marketing or communication, with a minimum of two years administrative experience in project management. Candidate must be self-motivated, well organized, detail oriented and possess demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills. Supervisory experience essential. Successful fundraising record and experience in a University or college setting preferred. CONTACT: Applicants should submit a current resume, a one-page cover letter, names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least three references to: V. L. Wilt, Chair, Search Committee, Office of University Development, Rees Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. E-mail can be sent to <vwilt@ udel.edu> or fax to 831-2869. DEADLINE: Nov. 19.
#00S054 Staff Assistant (S-06), Department of Biological Sciences THIS POSITION IS LIMITED TO UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE EMPLOYEES. Minimum $19,230 per annum. REUIREMENTS: High school diploma or GED with four years of increasingly responsible secretarial experience. Additional secretarial training or related education may be substituted for required experience. Associate degree or equivalent college-level course work in business administration or related field preferred. University experience desirable. Requires extensive knowledge of office practices and procedures; ability to handle multiple assignments concurrently; knowledge of the principles and practices of office management; ability to analyze and interpret data, make independent decisions, plan, assign, review and evaluate the work of other personnel; and demonstrated ability to use advanced techniques in word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software. Must pass typing test (45 wpm). DUTIES: Typing projects for faculty and some professional staff, including exams, manuscripts, grant proposals, abstracts, letters, college application recommendations, faculty evaluations, tables and charts. Knowledge and use of Greek symbols, mathematical and scientific notation are an important part of these duties. Compose letters for contacting other universities regarding graduate student recruitment and faculty recruitment. Act as liaison with internal and external contacts. Analyze budgets and interpret university policies and procedures. Coordinate course scheduling, registration, application processing, class lists and/or rosters and/or student advisement. Edit and format publications. DEADLINE: Oct. 25.
#00S077 Master Electronics/ Instrumentation Specialist (T-08), Chemistry and Biochemistry-THIS POSITION IS LIMITED TO UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE EMPLOYEES. Minimum $22,153 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: Associate degree in electronics with 10 years of practical and supervisory experience. Extensive knowledge of research instrumentation and computer systems, with ability to learn various instrumentation software applications; training and experience in electronic circuit design; and knowledge of digital electronic interfacing. Knowledge of software design preferred. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to visually color code wire, size conduit and troubleshoot related problems. Use personal protective equipment to prevent exposure to hazardous materials. DUTIES: Coordinate and perform the engineering, design, construction, maintenance and/or modification of a diversity of precision research instruments and related apparatus in research and teaching labs. Troubleshoot and repair precision apparatus by determining the problem, purchasing, installing parts and testing equipment for proper operation. Maintain current awareness of technological advances. Provide training and supervision to subordinates and students. Prepare and maintain necessary records for inventory, safety and accounting purposes. DEADLINE: Oct. 25.
#00S078 Senior Secretary (S-05), Chemistry and Biochemistry THIS POSTION IS LIMITED TO UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE EMPLOYEES. Minimum $17,945 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or GED with three years of experience in a secretarial position. Additional secretarial training or related education may be substituted for required experience. Secretarial training and experience in the University environment preferred. Knowledge of office practices and procedures, business English and proofreading and editing skills. Hands-on experience with electronic information systems, demonstrated ability to create and maintain databases and spreadsheets, as well as use of intermediate word processing techniques. Experience in Netscape Composer, HTML, Java or other web design programs preferred. Must pass typing test (45wpm). DUTIES: Provide support to an assigned group of faculty/instructors. Type research proposals and manuscripts, exams, course materials and laboratory manuals which contain chemical nomenclature, equations, math and science symbols and complex tables. Update course and departmental web pages. Type correspondence and UD forms; make reservations for visitors. DEADLINE: Oct. 25.
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