Waldschmidt 503, MSC 168
5000 N Willamette Blvd.
Portland OR 97203
This position is responsible for maintaining the aesthetics and professional image of the University grounds. Daily tasks will be performed based on the needs of the campus, assigned work orders, or designated projects.
This position is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of a variety of University facilities, including academic spaces, administrative offices, athletic facilities, and student living and dining areas. Daily tasks will be performed based on the needs of the campus, assigned work orders, or designated projects. Incumbents will be assigned to a specific building/route, and assignments may be changed at the discretion of the University or designee depending on the needs of the University. Employees may be expected to work overtime with little to no notice based on the needs of the University. Attendance at some work related events may be mandatory at the request of the University or designee. Some events related work, including set up for events, may be assigned as well.
This is an overnight (10pm to 6:30 am) position. The full job description is available at: http://bit.ly/uponc52316?
The University of Portland, an NCAA Division I institution and West Coast Conference member located in Portland, Oregon, is seeking applications for the position of Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach. The selected candidate for this position will be responsible for supporting the head men’s basketball coach in the administration of a successful Division I program, which includes coaching, recruiting, and other duties assigned by the Head Coach.
The Director of Foundation Relations works to increase, coordinate, and effectuate a productive stream of approaches to private foundations, trusts, and corporations for gifts in the $25,000 to $1 million-plus range. The scope of grants outreach is local, national, and regional. This position ensures that the University retains and nurtures long-term foundation and corporate relationships and support.
This position helps develop and manage a multi-year plan and process related to private grants, as well as stewardship and cultivation strategies for funding organizations. The position manages and is responsible for the entire process of submitting grants — from initial outreach, letters of inquiry, producing (including coordinating, writing, and compiling) grant request submissions, ensuring stewardship, and submitting (including coordinating, writing, and compiling) required interim and final reports.
This position works in close collaboration with the University’s administrative and academic leadership, faculty, staff, and Development Office.
The full job description is available at: http://bit.ly/UPDFCR51716.
The position of Director of Major Gifts is responsible for cultivation and solicitation of assigned major gift prospects. This position supervises the performance and production of a team of major gift officers. The expectation is that the majority of time and efforts will be applied to the active management and cultivation of assigned major gift prospects (approximately 75%) with the balance of time and efforts directed to the management of major gift officers. This position works in full partnership with development colleagues and the University Relations Division. The position works closely with the University’s administrative and academic leadership, faculty, and staff.
A full job description is available at: http://bit.ly/UPDMG51716.
The University of Portland, an NCAA Division I institution and West Coast Conference member located in Portland, Oregon, is seeking applications for the position of Associate Athletic Director/Operations and Facilities. The selected candidate for this position will be responsible for managing all event operations and facility maintenance for the Department of Athletics in support of providing a first-class event experience for all teams, officials and guests.
This is an entry-level Human Resources position at the University of Portland where we pursue teaching and learning, faith and formation, service and leadership in the classroom, residence halls, and the world.
For this position, prior experience in Human Resources is not necessary if applicants are able to show prior education or experience with applicable or analogous analytical, communication, and computer/technical skills. Human resources specific knowledge will be provided during employment. Under the supervision of Human Resources manager(s), this position will provide human resources administrative, processing, research, and analytical support in various human resources areas.
This is a 35 hour per week position with benefits. Benefits include: vacation & sick time, medical & dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, tuition remission benefits starting after 90 days (employee) or 2 years (spouse and children) of employment, retirement contributions after 2 years of employment, and eligibility for home purchase assistance.
The Hiring Committee will begin reviewing applicants Wednesday, May 18, 2016.
This position advises undergraduate students in arts and science majors to meet degree requirements and be successful overall academically. Essential functions include registering students, advising and counseling students regarding curriculum, especially those related to careers in the health professions, planning informational programming related to careers in the health professions, and referring students to Department and University resources.
Reports to: Associate Dean for Students, College of Arts and Sciences
This position works closely with the Director of Institutional Research and the University Core Curriculum Standing Assessment Committee as well as with senior administrators, faculty and staff. The coordinator is responsible for the creation and implementation of the next generation of assessment research and reporting tools for the University of Portland. The coordinator ensures data integrity, provides leadership, technical expertise, and oversight in the development of assessment initiatives, research reports and data access tools. The position is focused on providing data and support for continuous improvement initiatives and University accreditation.
Reports to – Director of Institutional Research
The Associate Vice President for Student Development (AVP) reports to the Vice President for Student Affairs and provides leadership within the division and fosters the holistic growth, development and formation of students in the Holy Cross tradition. The AVP provides oversight for four departments: International Student Services, Moreau Center, Residence Life, and Student Activities. The AVP manages the Early Alert Program, assists students with concerns, serves as Deputy Title IX Coordinator for Students, and directs assessment efforts and diversity programming for the Division, and, in general, supports the mission, goals, and objectives of the University of Portland and Student Affairs.
The Associate Director of Major Gifts will collaborate in the creation of a strategic and aggressive major gift plan that includes prospecting, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. This position will be responsible for cultivating and soliciting their own portfolio of targets as well as working closely with Development Department staff, campus leadership, and academic deans and faculty. They will develop long-term philanthropic relations with an assigned group of alumni, parents, and friends of the University with an emphasis on securing gifts of $25,000 and greater. The ideal candidate is a goal oriented, collaborative professional who is highly organized and motivated.
This is a 9-month, part-time position that runs August 15th to May 15th, working 5-6 hours a week. The individual in this role will be responsible for advising and assisting in the creation of the student yearbook, the Log.
Reports to: Director of Student Activities
This position is responsible for the care, collecting, washing, drying, folding, and distribution of practice and game uniforms for NCAA Division 1 athletics program (16 varsity teams). Normal work hours are Monday – Friday 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm although overtime may be required to accommodate after-hours and weekend athletic events as-needed.
The Department of Biology at the University of Portland http://www.college.up.edu/biology/ invites applications for a one year visiting Assistant Professor position in Human Physiology beginning August 2016.
The University of Portland, a private, Catholic, comprehensive university in Portland, Oregon, invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the Clark Library. Reporting to the Provost, the Library Dean serves as a member of the Dean’s Council in a campus-wide leadership position, collaborating across the University and the Library to accomplish the Library’s vision within the mission of the University.
The Clark Library is the intellectual commons of the University, a teaching library actively creating learning and scholarship through information literacy instruction, acquisition and organization of collections and comprehensive user services. The well-appointed Clark Library is an exceptionally busy and valued resource at the literal and figurative center of the beautiful University of Portland campus.
The University seeks an innovative and energetic Library Dean with broad and deep experience, and a record of leadership in the profession. The ideal candidate will bring an understanding of the way in which technology is reshaping the profession and library services along with a vision for the rapidly evolving role of the academic library in learning and research.
The Dean, working with an award winning faculty and staff, guides the Library and provides administrative expertise in the areas of strategic planning, personnel, budgeting, facilities and project management. Within the University the Dean promotes the Library and takes an active role in fundraising and development.
Outside the institution, the Dean represents the University and the Clark Library and advocates for academic librarianship. The Clark Library is a founding and active member of the dynamic Orbis Cascade Alliance, and the Library Dean collaborates across the consortium to advance academic librarianship and to represent the Clark Library.
The ideal candidate for the Dean of the Clark Library will exhibit an understanding of the mission and values of the University of Portland and will bring a personal leadership style to the position which encourages collegiality, collaboration, transparency and development of the skills and talents of the Library team.