|Vol. 17, No. 11||Nov. 13, 1997|
- #98F027 Assistant Professor, Department of Individual and Family Studies-Tenure-track position. Available Sept. 1. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. REQUIREMENTS: Earned doctorate in family studies, family sociology, psychology, social work or related field; documentation of scholarly activity and experience in college-level teaching; research interests in human services and family policy and ethnicity and culture; interests in adult development and aging desirable; ability to work in an interdisciplinary environment. DUTIES: Expected to teach and advise undergraduate and graduate students, establish and maintain an active research program, mentor undergraduate and graduate students and collaborate with colleagues in the Center for Community Development and Family Policy, Center for Disabilities Studies or other college research centers. CONTACT: Submit letter expressing interest in the position, curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts and three letters of reference to Donald G. Unger, Chairperson of Search Committee, Department of Individual and Family Studies, College of Human Resources, Education, and Public Policy, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: Jan. 15, or until position is filled.
- #98P014 Manager, Conference and Guest Housing (Level 14), Housing and Conference Services-REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in hotel and restaurant management or business administration (master's preferred). Four years' related experience in conference/hotel guest housing services management and a minimum of two years' supervisory experience. Excellent written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills in dealing with University colleagues, clients and the public. Experience with budgeting and strong word processing and spreadsheet skills. Some in-state travel. DUTIES: Reporting to the director of conference services, responsible for all aspects of managing, marketing and booking the University's conference and guest housing facilities, which include the University Guest Apartments, the Virden Retreat Center (Lewes) and summer session, conference and academic housing. Oversee operating budget, as well as purchasing and inventory systems. Manage an on-site laundry facility and supervise staff in year-round and seasonal positions. Interact with a variety of University departments and internal and external clients. Coordinate all custodial and maintenance schedules for guest and summer housing. Assist the conference services staff in the development or identification of appropriate guest/hotel systems to improve the administrative management of conference services and guest housing operations. CONTACT: Submit letter of application, resume and list of three references to Chairperson, Conference/Guest Housing Search Committee, University of Delaware, Room 122 Hullihen Hall, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: Postmarked no later that Nov. 21.
- #98P046 Psychologist I (Level 15), Center for Counseling and Student Development-Eleven-month contract. Faculty rank possible. Available February 1998, but starting date negotiable. DUTIES: Engage in a wide range of individual and group counseling services, teaching and training programs, student development programming, consultation and research. REQUIREMENTS: Doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology or closely related area. An internship or previous experience in a college or university counseling center strongly preferred. Previous experience in two or more of the following areas: women's issues, eating disorders, substance abuse, group work, gay/lesbian/bisexual concerns and family/community counseling. CONTACT: Send letter of application, resume, graduate transcripts and three letters of recommendation to John B. Bishop, Assistant Vice President for Student Life, Psychologist Search Committee, Center for Counseling and Student Development, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: Nov. 30.
- #98P048 Extension Associate III (Level 12), Cooperative Extension, Dover-REQUIREMENTS: Associate degree in animal science and eight years' experience or a bachelor's degree and three years' experience preferred. Experience working with swine, beef, dairy, sheep, horses and/or poultry preferred. Cooperative Extension experience preferred. Full position description available upon request. DUTIES: Design and conduct animal science programs for 4-H youth and producers throughout the state. Assist in interdisciplinary teams to integrate animal science programs in broader agricultural production systems. Prepare and present reports and educational programs based on applied research and assist clientele to adopt and adapt research to solve problems associated with animal science. Assume responsibility for developing newspaper columns, newsletter, home pages and demonstrations in animal science. CONTACT: Submit letter of intent, resume, course transcripts and names and addresses of three or more references to Gordon Johnson, Chairperson, Search Committee, Kent County Extension Office, 2319 S. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE 19901. DEADLINE: Dec. 12.
- #98S079 Service Representative (V-04), Student Center Operations--LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES. Minimum of $16,037 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or G.E.D. with three years' experience involving public contact. Must be able to communicate effectively and maintain good public relations. Ability to tolerate stress and to be sensitive to the needs of others. Ability to assess and manipulate information from microcomputers and/or mainframe system. DUTIES: Ensure materials, facilities and equipment are available as required (e.g., audiovisual equipment for seminars and conference sessions). Handle cash security for functions in student center. Maintain contacts with all levels of University administration, supplying information concerning programs and facilities. Assist in the scheduling and training of student workers. Prepare work requests and other reports. Coordinate facility cleaning and event set-ups with custodial services and work closely with Trabant University Center reservationist. Check room readiness and meet with clients as they arrive to ensure setups and service requests prior to events. DEADLINE: Nov. 18.
- #98S080 Senior Secretary(S-05), Art Conservation/Museum Studies- LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES. Minimum of $17,090 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or G.E.D. with two years' secretarial experience; experience in the University environment and business school training preferred. Knowledge of office practices and procedures, business English, ability to communicate effectively, maintain records and prepare reports or any equivalent combination of experience and training. Experience with Windows, WordPerfect, e-mail and SIS+ preferred. Must have ability to work with faculty, students and public in a variety of situations. DUTIES: Art conservation- responsible for correspondence for undergraduate program. Order supplies and equipment. Assist with master's program including seminar schedules, reimbursements and thank-you letters. Handle scheduling and printing of six-month calendar for graduate students, log and distribute third-year students' monthly reports from external internships and coordinate confidential student evaluations for faculty and guest speakers. Museum studies-supervise part-time secretary, schedule classes in SIS, track museum studies certificate program participants and assist with certificate processing. Perform various administrative duties using web forms, handle correspondence for Ph.D. program and assist with Room 201 Old College scheduling. Responsible for student evaluations for two faculty members and order books for professors. Manage museum studies accounts. DEADLINE: Nov. 18.