|Vol. 17, No. 19||Feb. 12, 1998|
- #98F038 Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry-Tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor in organic chemistry. Available Sept. 1. REQUIREMENTS: Ph.D. in chemistry or a closely related area essential and postdoctoral experience an asset. Research area can be in any area of modern organic chemistry, broadly defined, that complements the expertise of the current faculty. DUTIES: Will be expected to teach effectively at all levels of organic chemistry and to initiate a well-funded, vigorous research program. CONTACT: Submit a curriculum vitae and a detailed description of the proposed research program and arrange to have letters of recommendation sent on their behalf to Steven Brown, Chair, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: March 30.
- #98P014 Manager, Conference and Guest Housing (Level 14), Housing and Conference Services- REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree; degree in hotel and restaurant management 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 Chair, Conference/Guest Housing Search Committee, University of Delaware, 122 Hullihen Hall, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: Feb. 16.
- #98P034 Graphic Designer (Level 13), University Media Services- REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in graphic design, a minimum of four years of professional experience with proven knowledge and ability in digital design and imaging using a Macintosh computer with Quark Xpress, Photoshop, PowerPoint, Illustrator and desktop scanning software. Knowledge of desktop animation and/or television graphics a plus. DUTIES: Under the direction of the visual media design manager, work with administrators, staff and faculty to plan, design and produce visual materials in a variety of media for publication, display and presentation. Specific duties include assist in the design and layout of alumni and internal periodicals, design for the World Wide Web, design of advertising and promotional materials for special events, design and preparation of instructional and research presentations, coordination with vendors and clients, cost estimating and maintaining billing records. CONTACT: Send resume, five samples of work in appropriate medium on disk/zip/slide/print or URL (include where published or displayed), official transcripts and three letters of reference to Dennis Williams, Search Committee Chair, East Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, 19716. DEADLINE: Feb. 27.
- #98P071 Building Supervisor (Level 11), Student Centers- REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in a related field, with one to two years' experience in building operations and scheduling, as well as cash flow management skills and ability to work in a diverse environment. Should possess computer skills and technical knowledge in program production such as lights, sound and staging. Some supervisory experience preferred. DUTIES: Monitor program and conference activities for the Trabant University Center and Perkins Student Center during evening and weekend hours to include supervision of student employees. Count, record and deposit evening and weekend revenue. CONTACT: Send resume, cover letter and names of three references to Director, University of Delaware, 213 Trabant University Center, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: Feb. 16.
- #98S126 Secretary (S-04), Animal and Food Sciences-Minimum of $16,037 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or G.E.D. with one year of experience in a clerical or secretarial position; business school training preferred. Knowledge of office practices and procedures; knowledge of business English; ability to communicate effectively; ability to maintain office records and prepare routine reports; or any equivalent combination of experience and training. Ability to interact well with people of all ages and diverse backgrounds, work independently, use sound judgement and work well with others essential. Proficient in WordPerfect 6.1, Word 7.0, or Word 97 preferred. DUTIES: Provide secretarial support for department faculty and professional staff, prepare monthly extension reports in required format, type and distribute pathology reports, reconcile accounts, prepare invoices, maintain office records and files including academic and financial information. Principal emphasis is on a wide range of secretarial duties. DEADLINE: Feb. 17.
- #98S127 Records Analyst (R-06), Internal Audit-LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES. Minimum of $18,314 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: Associate degree or equivalent course work in business administration or related field with three years' responsible records systems or accounting experience with previous supervisory experience preferred. Knowledge of data control systems; ability to organize, review, analyze and interpret data control reports; ability to communicate effectively; knowledge of University operating procedures for applicable administrative office preferred; ability to coordinate a specialized function, ability to operate microcomputers and terminals; good analytical/mathematical skills; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Spreadsheet and word processing experience essential. DUTIES: Conduct and assist in audits of University departments, systems, funds, functions and accounts including research, compilation and analyses of audit data; preparation of audit work papers and draft reports; perform general administrative office duties and type technical reports. DEADLINE: Feb. 17.