|Vol. 17, No. 26||April 2, 1998|
Opportunities- #98A047, Skilled Trades Helper-UPS, AFSCME LOCAL 3472, Facilities Management-$12.94 per hour, 40 hours per week, first shift, 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m. REQUIREMENTS: Completion of high school, vocational school or equivalent. High degree of mechanical aptitude and ability to work around rotating equipment; start gasoline drive pumps, generators and the like; ability to lift at least 50 pounds and work in manholes; willingness to learn a trade which requires stamina to perform heavy physical work. Exposure to gas, solvents and chemicals associated with refrigerant equipment and boilers. Must possess a valid motor vehicle operator's license. DEADLINE: April 6.
- #98P059, #98P060, #98P061 Case Workers (Level 11), Center for Disabilities Studies-Three full-time positions to work with pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers. Goals include assisting families to increase their skills to care for their children and to develop skills to strengthen their families. REQUIREMENTS: Ability to effectively communicate with families from diverse backgrounds and professionals from multiple agencies. Must be able to keep accurate, up-to-date records. Must have a CDA, AA or BA/BS in a human resources, early childhood education or related field with at least one year of work experience with young children and families. Must have a valid driver's license and pass a criminal records background investigation. Certification in early childhood education (B-K) and ability to use word processing and data collection software preferred. Requires travel throughout Delaware. Preference will be given to bilingual (English/Spanish) candidates. CONTACT: Submit letter of application, resume and list of references to Rebecca Hardy, Center for Disabilities Studies, 101 Alison Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716. DEADLINE: April 13.
- #98P086 Physician (Level 16), Student Health Services-75 percent time. REQUIREMENTS: Physician with board certification in family practice, pediatrics or internal medicine preferred. License or eligibilty for Delaware license. DEA required. Strong interpersonal communication and human relations skills and ability to provide services to a diverse student population in cooperation with a health care team including nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, etc., essential. Professional liability insurance for all work as University physician provided and license renewal fee covered. CONTACT: Send letter of application, resume and copy of current license to E. F. Joseph Siebold, Director, Student Health Services, Laurel Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716-8108 or fax to (302) 831-6407. DEADLINE: Must be postmarked or received by fax no later than May 4.
- #98P088 Facilities Manager (Level 13), Department of Residential and Conference Facilities-LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in business administration, construction management or related field preferred and five years of practical related experience. Certification or enrollment in a recognized facilities management program along with appropriate technical training. Strong management and interpersonal skills and a high degree of cooperation with other professionals in establishing, achieving and maintaining the divisional and departmental mission. DUTIES: Responsible for customer service through daily reporting of maintenance problems, facilities inspections and updating of various inventories databases and some budget cost controls. Insure the integrity of the facilities is maintained and furniture, painting, carpeting, mechanical systems and other aspects of the physical facilities are kept in good repair and free of fire/safety hazards. Coordinate projects with Facilities Planning and Construction and may work directly with term contractors. CONTACT: Apply in person with letter of interest, resume and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references to Employee Services, 51 E. Main Street, Newark, Delaware. DEADLINE: April 6.
- #98P089 Director of Environmental and Energy Policy Program (E.E.P.)-LIMITED TO UD E.E.P. FACULTY. REQUIREMENTS: Lead the governance of the E.E.P. Program and work with, and report to, the director of the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy, who is responsible for the general management of the E.E.P. Program. Work closely with the director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy on admissions, student assistantships and other matters of common administrative concern. Provide academic leadership that enhances the quality and continuing development of the E.E.P. Program, especially in the areas of curriculum and student recruitment, admission, and academic progress, and chair meetings of the E.E.P. faculty. Term will begin on July 1. CONTACT: Submit resume and statement of interest to John Byrne, Chair, Search Committee, Center of Energy and Environmental Policy, 278 Graham Hall. DEADLINE: Noon, April 3.
- #98S145 Records Analyst (R-06) Center for Composite Materials- 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, accounting, stock control or retail experience with previous supervisory experience preferred. Knowledge of data control and retail stock control systems; ability to organize, review, analyze and interpret data control reports, merchandising methods and procedures; 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. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills, attention to detail. Working knowledge of Macintosh microcomputer preferred. DUTIES: Analyze monthly statements and furnish P/Is with monthly account statements. Process journal vouchers and daily cash transmittals. Petty cash custodian and purchasing card administrator. Maintain departmental card key system. DEADLINE: April 6.
- #98S146 Technical Secretary III (S-06), Biology-LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES-75 percent time position. Minimum of $13,736 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or G.E.D. with three years of technical secretarial experience and at least one year of technical secretary II experience or any combination of training and experience. Demonstrated ability to type accurately, understand scientific terminology and communicate effectively. Computer experience and supervisory experience desirable. Good working knowledge of WordPerfect preferred. DUTIES: Type projects for faculty and some professional staff using WordPerfect 6.1 including exams, manuscripts, grant proposals, abstracts, letters, college application recommendations, faculty evaluations, tables and charts. Knowledge and use of Greek symbols and mathematical and scientific notation are an important part of these duties. DEADLINE: April 6.
- #98S147, Senior Secretary, (S-05), Employee Services-LIMITED TO UD EMPLOYEES. Minimum of $17,090 per annum. REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma (or G.E.D.) with two years' experience in a secretarial position; experience in the University environment and business school training preferred. Knowledge of office practices and procedures; knowledge of business English; ability to communicate effectively; ability to maintain records and prepare reports; or any equivalent combination experience and training. Knowledge of file transfer protocol (FTP) and experience with Netscape mail preferred. Experience with merge documents with Microsoft Word or WordPerfect 6.1. Strong proofreading and grammar skills essential. Experience with Microsoft Access/Excel preferred. DUTIES: Responsible for creating the Hotline Vacancy Listing and uploading files to the web page. DEADLINE: April 6.