|Vol. 17, No. 20||Feb. 19, 1998|
- #98F037 Chairperson, Department of Finance-LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES. Available Sept. 1. REQUIREMENTS: Must hold tenure in the Department of Finance and have a record of contributions to the finance profession and demonstrated performance in research, teaching and service to the finance profession. Must also possess effective interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrated administrative ability desirable. DUTIES: Responsible for the recruitment, development, retention and advancement of a diverse departmental faculty who collectively contribute to the department's excellence and to its reputation within academia and the business community. Must be able to cooperate with other units in the College of Business and Economics, communicate with external constituencies and provide leadership to the departmental faculty in developing and delivering high quality undergraduate and MBA educational experiences that make graduates of these programs highly competitive in the marketplace. Full responsibility for the management of departmental budgets and resources in a manner consistent with excellence in educational programs and faculty contributions in achieving the goals of the department and the college. Will also have responsibilities for teaching, research and service. CONTACT: Nominations accepted. Send current resume, detailed letter of interest which addresses their qualifications and three letters of reference to Scott K. Jones, Chairperson of Search Committee, MBA Office, College of Business and Economics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: March 16.
- #98F039 Assistant/Associate Professor, Department of Physical Therapy-Full-time faculty position at assistant or associate rank, depending on experience. Available Sept. 1. REQUIREMENTS: Earned doctorate and a strong desire to conduct research and teach effectively. Research focus can be in any area of motor control or movement science that complements or augments the research effort of current members of the department. Teaching will be in the area of expertise and teaching load will be appropriate to pursue a vigorous research program. Will be expected to apply for external funding within the first year of employment. Although position is renewable, it is currently not a tenure-track position. Relocation and modest start up funds are available. CONTACT: Send letter of interest and current curriculum vitae to Stuart A. Binder-Macleod, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Delaware, 315 McKinly Laboratory, Newark, DE 19716; telephone 831-8046; or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. DEADLINE: March 15.
- #98L031, #98L032, #98L033 Assistant Professors, Department of Mathematical Sciences-Three, two-year temporary positions, with possibility of third year renewal, in the areas of mathematics and statistics. Available Sept. 1. REQUIREMENTS: Primarily teaching position, evidence of effective teaching essential. No service or administrative duties associated, but will have the opportunity to pursue their research. Research interests similar to those represented in the department will be given priority. Strong preference given to candidates with Ph.D. CONTACT: Send curriculum vitae and arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to Math/Stat Search Committee, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: April 15.
- #98P072 Administrative Coordinator (Level 11), Center for Disabilities Studies-Available immediately. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in business administration, higher education administration or related field. Two years' administrative experience, preferably in a university setting. Administrative knowledge, accounting background and a variety of computer software programs, including word processing, spreadsheets and database management. DUTIES: Responsible for the general administration of the budgets and accounts of the Northern Delaware Early Head Start Project and assist the pre-service training director, director and project coordinator with interagency contracts in accordance with Head Start and University reglulations. Solve problems at management and programmatic levels for all projects under the direction of the project coordinator, set up and monitor project budgets and expenditures, analyze and report on expenditures and handle the fiscal aspect of budgetary matters. Assist with grant preparation, grant reporting, close outs, match accounts, SARs, revising budgets and managing the data reporting for federal reporting purposes. CONTACT: Submit letter of application, resume and list of references to Rebecca Hardy, Center for Disabilities Studies, 101 Alison Hall, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: March 27.
- #98S128 Senior Secretary (S-05), Department of Individual and Family 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, to maintain records and to prepare reports or any equivalent combination of experience and training. Excellent computer skills, accuracy, ability to learn skills quickly and ability to handle multiple tasks under pressure desired. Knowledge of University policies and procedures, SIS WordPerfect and Excel preferred. DUTIES: Provide secretarial support to several academic programs, department faculty and administrative office. Type correspondence, course material and program handbooks. Provide telephone and office coverage to administrative office. Handle large mailings and assist with distribution of department mail. Maintain student files and process graduate applications. Prepare forms and routine reports. Plan departmental events and order supplies. Independently prepare correspondence and University forms. DEADLINE: Feb. 24.
- #98S129 Office Coordinator (S-06), College of Marine Studies, Cannon Marine Studies Lab, Lewes- Minimum of $18,314 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or G.E.D. with four years' increasingly responsible clerical and secretarial experience. Associate degree and prior University experience preferred. Extensive knowledge of office practices and procedures; knowledge of principles and practices of general administration and organization; ability to communicate effectively, to analyze and interpret data, to make independent decisions and judgments in keeping with level of the position, to plan, assign, review and evaluate the work of staff; or any equivalent combination of experience and training. Computer and WordPerfect for Windows experience strongly preferred. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Lotus desired. DUTIES: Assist and support the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service (MAS) in the execution of the extension and education duties. Support the MAS director and five MAS specialists daily and the executive director and director of Sea Grant as necessary. Coordinate logistics for conferences, workshops and other MAS activities. Compile and maintain mailing lists and databases. Oversee MAS specialists' accounts. Act as liaison between MAS staff and public. CONTACT: Apply in person to Connie Edwards, Graduate College of Marine Sciences, 145 Smith Lab, 700 Pilottown Rd., Lewes, or Employee Services, 51 East Main St., Newark. DEADLINE: Feb. 27.