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Portland OR 97203
The University of Portland is seeking to hire an adjunct instructor for PHY 201. PHY 201 is the first term of algebra based physics. It will cover Newtonian mechanics and energy. Most of these students are biology majors. We use Knight’s College Physics and homework is assigned via mastering physics, so the only grading the adjunct would need to do is exams and quizzes. There are two class times available: TR 8:10-9:35, and TR 11:20-12:45.
Each lecture pays $3,000 for the semester and you can teach up to two lectures per term (for a total of $6,000). The semester starts on 8/31/2015 and ends on 12/17/2015 with a week off (10/19-10/23) for fall break.
Applicants must have at least a master’s degree in physics or a related field, and must be able to pass a background check. To apply, send a resume or CV to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible so that we can schedule a demo lecture sometime in April.
The University of Portland is seeking to hire an adjunct instructor for PHY 204. PHY 204 is the first term of calculus based physics. It will cover Newtonian mechanics and energy. Most of these students are engineers. We use Wolfson’s Essential University Physics (Vol 1) and homework will be graded by the student who TA’s the lab associated with the class, so the only grading the adjuct would need to do is exams and quizzes. There are two class times available: MWF 8:10-9:05 and MWF 9:15-10:10.
The University of Portland is seeking to hire an adjunct instructor for PHY 205. PHY 205 is the second term of calculus based physics. It will cover electricity and magnetism. Most of these students are engineers. We use Wolfson’s Essential University Physics (Vol 2) and homework will be graded by the student who TA’s the lab associated with the class, so the only grading the adjuct would need to do is exams and quizzes. There is one class time available: MWF 9:15-10:10.
The International Studies and Global Outreach Collaborative (CISGO) supports programs and services to cultivate the exchange of ideas and to bring the University of Portland mission into the international community. The University of Portland is seeking an Administrative Assistant who will report to and assist the CISGO Chair. This is a temporary position with For more information regarding CISGO, http://www.up.edu/cisgo/
This part-time, temporary position works up to 20 hours a week.
This position is a part-time, non-benefitted opportunity within the School of Nursing assisting faculty members with course management.
The Assistant to the Dean for Personnel and Programs is the central point of contact for all faculty and staff in the College of Arts and Sciences. This position assists the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in a wide variety of areas including: special projects, correspondence, coordination of academic initiatives, and problem solving for the day-to-day operations of the Dean’s Office. The Assistant to the Dean for Personnel and Programs coordinates activities on the Dean’s behalf, acts as liaison to University departments, offices, and their representatives; maintains Dean’s office communications, independently identifies and researches issues or problems; prioritizes tasks and works independently with a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality.
The University of Portland invites applications from dynamic individuals for the position of Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Program in the School of Nursing. The position will open July 1, 2015. The Associate Dean for the Undergraduate Program reports to the Dean of the School of Nursing and works closely in a supportive and collegial environment with the dean, faculty and staff to facilitate all administrative functions of the school, particularly as they relate to the undergraduate program.
The Associate Dean for the Undergraduate Program supports students through admission, progression, retention and graduation while providing oversight of Dedicated Education Unit work and initiatives, mentoring faculty, collaborating with departments across campus, cultivating and maintaining relationships with clinical partners and with other leadership and administrative functions within the university.
The Department of Biology at the University of Portland (www.up.edu/biology) seeks applications from adjunct instructors interested in teaching Human Anatomy Lecture and/or Human Anatomy Lab for the fall semester (August 31-December 17, 2015).
Course descriptions are as follows: Human Anatomy (lecture) Gross anatomy of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems will be covered. Emphasis is on associating function with structure, as well as integrating systems together and examining human anatomy in context. Three hours of lecture per week. Human Anatomy Lab Gross anatomy of the human body will be studied using bones, models, charts, cadavers, and 3-D human anatomy virtual dissection apps. Course includes weekly quizzes and practical exams. Three hours of laboratory per week. The available courses (dates/times) are listed below. The maximum teaching contract is 2 courses / semester.
BIO 307 C Human Anatomy (lecture) Monday, Wednesday, 2:40pm – 4:00pm (class size approximately 36-48 students)
BIO 377 A Human Anatomy Lab, Thursday, 12:55-3:55pm (class size approximately 24 students)
BIO 377 C1 Human Anatomy Lab, Monday, 6:10-9:10pm (class size approximately 24 students)
BIO 377 C2 Human Anatomy Lab, Wednesday, 6:10-9:10pm (class size approximately 24 students)
BIO 377 D Human Anatomy Lab, Wednesday, 10:20am-1:20pm (class size approximately 24 students)
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Portland invites applications for a full-time Calculus Instructor position starting August 2015 pending budgetary approval. A Masters degree or PhD in mathematics or related field is required.
Responsibilities include 18 credit-hours per academic year teaching Calculus and Pre-calculus. In addition, this position will entail coordinating multiple sections of Calculus and Precalculus, administering a placement exam for entering students, administering WeBWork on-line homework system, and overseeing the Math Resource Center.
A complete application will include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, graduate transcripts (unofficial are acceptable), a statement of teaching philosophy, and 1-2 letters of reference.
For full consideration, all supporting material should be submitted by April 30th 2015 through mathjobs.org <https://www.mathjobs.org/jobs/jobs/7161>. Questions may be directed to the chair of the search committee, Fr. Charlie McCoy: email@example.com.
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 can be moved or altered depending on the needs of the University. Employees will be expected to work overtime with little to no notice based on the needs of the University. Some events are mandatory per the Manager/Lead request.
We will be hiring for 2 shifts of Custodians. Regular work hours are:
Sunday through Thursday, 10:00 pm – 6:30 am or Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.
The Director of Studies Abroad visions, leads, and directs all aspects of the University's undergraduate and graduate study abroad programming, including short-term studies abroad, hosted, and foreign exchange programs, within the spirit of the mission of the University. The Director ensures that the curriculum offered abroad meets the University’s liberal arts and professional school program requirements, and is in compliance with University policies, academic regulations, and accreditation standards. The Director monitors the documentation and visa application processes and oversees the departmental budget and management of expenditures throughout the year. The Director reports to the University Provost.
This position is responsible for the general maintenance and repair of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) equipment within a variety of campus buildings. Daily repair and preventive maintenance tasks are performed based upon the needs of the equipment, assigned work orders, specific campus projects, emergency response, etc. Normal work schedule is Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm; overtime may be required based upon campus needs; emergency/after-hours "On-Call" duty is required occasionally.
The University of Portland, Oregon’s Catholic university, is seeking an experienced nurse practitioner (NP) to join its University Health Center staff. The University Health Center is a holistic center serving the needs of mind, body, and spirit for the students of our community. The Center has combined advanced practice nursing, mental health, academic counseling, health education, and disability services in one system of care. We also provide training opportunities for local nursing and doctoral psychology programs.
Experience in working with patients from diverse cultures is preferred.
We are currently hiring for 2 positions (10 months and 12 months). These are both fully benefited position. Please look at the excellent benefit suite University of Portland offers.
The wedding sacristan assists with wedding rehearsals and liturgies at the Chapel of Christ the Teacher. Reporting to the Director of Campus Ministry, this part-time position involves approximately eight hours of work preparing for, assisting with, and following up on wedding rehearsals and liturgies. This is a temporary position, for the months of May – October, 2015.
The University of Portland is seeking a psychologist to join its University Health Center staff. The successful candidate will be a licensed, or license eligible psychologist in Oregon, have exceptional counseling and consultation skills, experience working in college mental health, and be a strong fit for the University and our multidisciplinary team. Our search will also prioritize candidates who provide care from DBT, interpersonal, and/or multicultural counseling approaches, and experience working with students a) from historically under-served populations, b) on the Autism-spectrum, c) with high levels of suicideality, or d) with eating disorders. Review of applications will begin on May 15th.
This is a 10 month position, working full-time for 9 months and 22 days over the summer.
The Staffing Specialist owns the processes, data and decisions that drive Equal Opportunity Employment hires for both faculty and staff positions. This roll will be responsible for the system in which all open staff requisitions are tracked and maintained appropriately. Faculty positions will all be posted in the UP site and then be managed through the academic offices. This position will coordinate the tool access, design and training for hiring roles and monitor all hiring activity. The Staffing Specialist will actively customize recruitment plans aligned to hire the best-qualified staff candidates for the University. The position will engage and manage the appropriate external salary surveys in order to address both annual compensation assessments of positions and salary ranges as well as ad-hoc reviews throughout the year for staff position descriptions. This role will partner closely with the managers of staff positions, Comp and Benefits Manager, Employee Relations Manager and the Training Specialist in the review of job classifications and the “on boarding” of new employees through orientation as well as assisting with the first day paperwork like W4 and I-9 forms.
All staff and faculty are direct clients of the Staffing Specialist. This role is equally engaged with the managers and leaders of the organization in both recruiting and the support of compensation studies.
The Department of Biology at the University of Portland http://www.college.up.edu/biology/ invites applications for a two year Visiting Assistant Professor position in Cellular and Molecular Biology beginning August 2015. The ideal candidate will have a record of teaching effectiveness.
The Donald P. Shiley School of Engineering at the University of Portland invites applications for 2 full-time, non-tenure-track, 9-month teaching positions. The selected candidates will teach the equivalent of 18 to 24 semester-hours per year (depending on rank) and advise undergraduate engineering students. At this time, one position is funded for 2.5 years starting in January 2016 and the other for 3 years starting in August 2015 (the start date and length of time depend on the finalists and are not fixed by discipline).