Waldschmidt 503, MSC 168
5000 N Willamette Blvd.
Portland OR 97203
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.
This position is responsible for the installation, servicing, and monitoring of the campus irrigation systems, as well as performing various assigned groundskeeper duties. Daily tasks will be performed based on the needs of the campus, assigned work orders, and designated projects. Regular work hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm. However, overtime and/or after-hours emergency response may be required occasionally.
The University of Portland is currently seeking to fill a part time Scene Shop Supervisor position beginning late August 2015.
The Computer Science Program at the University of Portland seeks a faculty member for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level, to begin January 2016 (preferred) or August 2016.
This position is responsible for assisting in a variety of custodial tasks and other facilities service for University events, both on and off campus, as well as maintaining the cleanliness of a variety of University facilities. Daily tasks will be performed based on scheduled events, the needs of the campus, or assigned work orders. Employees will be expected to work overtime with little to no notice based on the needs of the University. Some events are mandatory per Manager/Leads request.
The Director of the Health Center is responsible for all aspects of leadership and management of the Health Center including: strategic planning, personnel supervision, operations oversight, and budget management. The director must also be available to provide direct clinical and consultative services to the University community. This position reports to the Vice President for Student Affairs and collaborates with Student Affairs and other University personnel in fulfilling strategic goals and formulating policies for student care.
Position Summary: The Communications Coordinator develops and executes the overall communications strategy and ensures brand integrity and alignment in all external messaging. This position provides marketing and communications support to the Pamplin School of Business and Franz Center for Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
This position is responsible for painting and repair/upkeep of a variety of surfaces across the University campus. Daily and preventive maintenance tasks will be performed based on the needs of the facilities, assigned work orders, or designated campus projects.
The Franz Center is dedicated to ensuring that all University of Portland graduates are prepared for the evolving challenges of the 21st century by supporting all students in the development of leadership, entrepreneurship, and innovation skills, knowledge and mindsets.
The Director for Leadership in the Franz Center engages faculty and staff from across the campus and the university community to collaborate in developing leadership competencies of UP students, staff, faculty and alumni. Two such examples are as follows: (1) the Faith-Based Leadership Program is a collaboration of the Franz Center, Campus Ministry, the Murdock Foundation and numerous Portland Metro faith-based organizations to provide students experience of the challenges and opportunities facing leaders in the Church or in other faith-based organizations and (2) the Leader Certificate Program which focuses on preparing the next generation of leaders with the knowledge, tools, and a mindset that model, motivate, and engage others to make right and just choices for the common good. More than 40 staff and faculty have been trained to provide leadership coaching for students completing the Leader Certificate. This is a unique collaborative program between the Academic Division and the Student Affairs Division at the University of Portland. It is expected that the Director for Leadership will expand the existing program and will initiate new collaborative programs to serve more members of the University community.
This position will be a staff administrative appointment and may have a concurrent faculty appointment.
Seeking experienced lifeguard to work in the Howard Hall Recreation Center at the University of Portland.
Provide administrative support to the Administrative Assistant to the President and the General Counsel/Special Assistant to the President. This position will require the ability to communicate effectively, work as a team player to complete multiple tasks, answer phones, prioritize duties, maintain files and highly confidential information. Attention to detail and ability to perform at a high level of professionalism.
This position works 17.5 hours each week. During peak seasons, up to 20 hours per week may be requested.
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 building, installing and repairing a variety of structures across the University campus. Carpenters are recognized as general tradesmen/women and are expected to successfully perform a variety of general construction work/projects across campus. Fabricates, assembles and repairs various items such as office furniture and cabinets for campus facilities. Daily and preventive maintenance tasks will be performed based on the needs of the facilities, assigned work orders, or designated campus projects.
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.
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 email@example.com 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 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.
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)
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.
This position is a part-time, non-benefitted opportunity within the School of Nursing assisting faculty members with course management.