|Vol. 17, No. 21||Feb. 26, 1998|
- #98L046 Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Department of Computer and Information Sciences-Between one and three visiting temporary faculty positions. Available Sept. 1. REQUIREMENTS: Ph.D. degree or its equivalent and excellence in research and teaching required. All areas of computer science. CONTACT: Send curriculum vitae to Sandra Carberry, Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. Also three confidential letters of reference should be sent directly to the above address or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. DEADLINE: May 1.
- #98F035 Chairperson, Department of Individual and Family Studies- LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES. REQUIREMENTS: Earned doctorate in individual and family studies or related field. Professionally active in one or more of the following areas: family studies, early childhood development and education, adolescence, human services, lifespan development, social work and gerontology. National recognition for research and scholarship and significant teaching experience in higher education. Experience in administration or management desirable. DUTIES: Provide leadership in the continued development of outstanding teaching, research and service programs; administer and facilitate undergraduate and graduate programs; foster internal and external collaborative relationships; assume budgetary responsibility for all department programs. Represent the department to the college, University and community. Make contributions to the teaching and scholarly mission of the department and the College. CONTACT: Send letter of application and resume to Karen Stein, Chair of Search Committee for Individual and Family Studies Department Chair, 211 Alison West. For further information, please call 831-8714 or send e-mail to Karen.Stein@mvs.udel.edu. DEADLINE: March 16. (Deadline extended).
- #98P071, #98P073 Building Supervisors (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 the 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: Responsible for monitoring program and conference activities for the Trabant University Center and Perkins Student Center during evening and weekend hours, to include supervision of student employees. Responsible for counting, recording and depositing 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: March 10.
- #98P076 Campus Information Technology Associate III (Level 14), Department of Computer and Information Sciences-REQUIREMENTS: Master's degree in electrical or computer engineering or computer science (or exceptionally qualified candidate with a bachelor's degree) and three to five years of related experience. Experience with UNIX-based systems including Sun, SGI, DEC, HP and other workstations crucial; experience with TCP/IP and its operation in high speed network applications also desirable. Experience in the area of academic or research oriented computer service organizations recommended. Very good interpersonal and communication skills. DUTIES: Assist manager of the Research Computing Laboratory which supports the daily research and general computing needs of the departments of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) and Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). Assist in the operation of the ECE/CIS Computer Lab equipment, maintenance of hardware and software in the lab, consult with researchers in ECE and CIS, assist in the supervision and mentoring of lab employees and assist in the production and maintenance of documentation for users and operators of lab services. Report to the manager of the Research Computing Laboratory, who gives general guidance, but the position usually functions with daily autonomy. CONTACT: Send a resume and have three confidential reference letters sent to Vicki Cherry, University of Delaware, Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: March 1.
- #98S130 Library Technician (L-03), University Library-Minimum of $15,202 per annum. Access Services Department. Hours: 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Friday. Hours vary for winter and summer sessions and semester breaks (occasional weekend hours may be required). REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or G.E.D. required with some college education preferred. Knowledge of business English, ability to follow complex written and oral instructions, maintain moderately complex clerical records, communicate effectively orally and in writing, work effectively with library patrons at a public service desk and possess basic typing skills. Previous library or office experience preferred. Microcomputing and Internet experience a plus. DUTIES: Process recalls and holds for library materials. Provide public service at circulation desk by answering questions on policies and procedures and charging/discharging library materials on DELCAT, the library's on-line catalog and circulation system. Retrieve library materials requested by the Marine Studies Library and coordinate the shipment of these materials to and from the Lewes campus. DEADLINE: March 3.
- #98S131 Service Assistant (V-02), Campus Mail-Minimum of $15,350 per annum. 40-hours per week position. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma (or G.E.D.) with one-year postal experience; or any equivalent combination of experience and training. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: May require possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license and demonstrated ability to perform physical/lifting requirements of the position. DUTIES: Pick up mail from Newark post office. Sort, bundle and deliver mail to departments and residence halls. Process outgoing mail through electronic postal meter system including completion of proper paperwork. Operate forklift for loading and unloading mail. DEADLINE: March 3.
- #98S132 Staff Assistant (S-06), Real Estate and Risk Management- LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES. 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. Knowledge of office practices and procedures; knowledge of the principles and practices of general administration and organization; knowledge and/or experience with specialized software packages; ability to communicate effectively, analyze and interpret data, make independent decisions and judgments in keeping with the level of the position, or any equivalent combination of experience and training. Spreadsheet and relational database experience (Microsoft Access and Excel) desired. Ability to organize, review, analyze and interpret general ledger statements and financial spreadsheets preferred. DUTIES: Administer financial aspect of University rental housing program, analyze and balance general ledger statements, monitor payroll deductions for rent and deposits, bill on line for utilities, prepare invoices for monthly lease payments and process lease payments received. Assist in the settlement of small property claims, interact with departments to gather claim information, process journal vouchers to settle claims and verify and balance the small claim general ledger statements. DEADLINE: March 3.