Waldschmidt 503, MSC 168
5000 N Willamette Blvd.
Portland OR 97203
The person who fills this full time position is part of the Department of IS Infrastructure, and is responsible for the design, management, security and integrity of the University of Portland Linux infrastructure. Duties include provisioning new servers, imaging, monitoring and other daily routines. Provide escalation support via phone and e-mail. Lead new deployments from the systems perspective by coordinating with customers and internal resources.
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.
University of Portland is seeking a creative and self-motivated individual who is passionate about creating compelling content for both social media and traditional media outlets that will drive engagement and interest in the University and its community. This individual will create, post, and monitor content on the University’s official social media sites and will also write and edit news releases for our news and events web page. This individual will work closely with the media relations associate director, who supervises this position, to develop digital and traditional news strategies, connect faculty experts with media outlets, and respond to media inquiries.
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.
This position involves radio dispatching and clerical support work operating the Department of Public Safety communications center. The employee is responsible for making decisions based on established policies and procedures.
THE UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND in the beautiful Pacific Northwest seeks a strong teacher and scholar to serve as Instructor in the Department of Theology, beginning fall 2016. Teaching load is 4/4; specialization within the field of Theology is open. Rank is open; the position is non-tenure track. The contract is annual and renewable.
The Office of Residence Life seeks two dynamic, energetic, and qualified candidates for the position of Summer Housing Manager for 2016. Summer Housing Manager will gain experience in many different facets of residence life and will assist with various summer assignments, including summer conferences and camps. Summer Housing Manager provide a pastoral presence by living in the summer residence hall to assist our University of Portland students living on campus during the summer. Summer Housing Manager will serve as an on-call resource for students, crisis manager, refer students to services on campus, coordinate social programming, respond to basic maintenance concerns, and enforce community standards. Summer Housing Manager will coordinate summer student staff scheduling for desk operations and evening duty coverage, as well as facilitate weekly staff meetings and development exercises. The Summer Housing Manager will also work with students who are in specific summer academic programs (e.g., a cohort of Engineering students). The Summer Housing Managers will have the opportunity to meet and talk with people from all areas of the University including staff from University Events, Physical Plant, Housekeeping, Dining Services, Public Safety, and Athletics, as well as network with University students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
This summer position is part-time, temporary and includes on campus housing and meal points.
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.
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 August 2016.
The School of Education at the University of Portland is seeking candidates for the following tenure track position at the assistant or associate level beginning in August 2016:
Special Education: Includes teaching courses in the special education program with an inclusionary philosophy across disabilities and delivery models; specialization or expertise in a second area of education is desired.
The Dr. Robert Pamplin Jr. School of Business (PSOB) at the University of Portland invites applications for a full-time tenure track faculty position at the assistant or associate professor level to join our Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management (EIM) group. The EIM group seeks a dynamic colleague with a background in Management and strong interest in Entrepreneurship and Innovation to join our team.
The EIM faculty offer core and elective undergraduate and graduate courses, including Introduction to Leadership Skills, Cross-Cultural Organizational Behavior, Innovation and Creativity, Opportunity Assessment, Management Decisions and Policy, Strategic Controls for New Venture Operations, Social Entrepreneurship, Venture Launch, Human Resource Management, Leadership, Strategic Issues and Applications in Management, and other management related courses on timely topics.
The Office of Institutional Research (OIR) provides and coordinates information support for reporting, decision-making, and planning activities to help fulfill the stated mission and goals of the University of Portland. The Director of OIR is responsible for the reporting of institutional data and the preparation of reports essential to institutional effectiveness, accreditation, and strategic planning. The Director ensures that meaningful, appropriate, accurate data and supporting documentation is available to meet the decision-making needs of the University and helps improve users’ ability to use information more effectively. The Director reports to the Provost and works closely with senior officers and departments at the University to provide decision support analysis, conduct survey research, assist with assessment efforts, develop benchmarks and analyze comparative data.
The University of Portland’s Robert Pamplin Jr. School of Business invites applications for a tenured track Assistant Professor position in the Accounting program starting fall semester 2016. We seek a candidate with a background in Financial and Managerial Accounting and a commitment to provide high quality teaching and mentoring of students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Standard teaching assignment is three courses per semester, with a limited number of teaching preparations required throughout the year.
Responsible, outgoing, and personable individual to represent the University of Portland and Pilot athletics in the Pilot Club hospitality areas of Merlo Field and the Chiles Center on game day. Pilot Club donors are the cornerstone of Pilot athletics, with donations helping us compete at the NCAA division I level. University of Portland is among the smaller Division I school, with the Pilots going head to head with many of the country’s largest athletic programs. Pilot Club gifts are used to provide scholarships, buy training equipment, and fund team travel for our 260 student athletes.
The Assistant Hall Director (AHD) has a crucial, supportive role in the team that provides hall leadership. The AHD has specific areas of responsibility and shares with the Hall Director in an on-call duty rotation. The AHD invests in the lives of students both educationally and spiritually, and is a leader in the hall community through a ministry of presence and role-modeling. The AHD serves a key role in fostering Christian community within the residence hall, inspired and informed by the University of Portland’s Catholic and Holy Cross tradition of residentiality. The University lives out its mission of teaching and learning, faith and formation, service and leadership, nowhere better than in its residence halls. It is in these communities that the Residence Life Hall staff promotes mutual respect, faith development, and service to fellow hall members and the University community at large. This position supervises the Community Assistants and shares in the leadership of the Resident Assistant staff team. The AHD position is a live-in, part time, 10-month appointment (typically late-July or early-August through May) and offers a furnished apartment and a meal plan. This position reports to the Hall Director of the assigned residence hall. Assistant Hall Directors are typically enrolled in the M.A. Higher Education Student Affairs (MA HESA) master’s program at the University of Portland.
The Hall Director has a critical leadership role in the Office of Residence Life. This position has primary ownership for the well-being and development of the students in the assigned residence hall. The Hall Director will invest in the lives of students both educationally and spiritually, and lead the hall community through a ministry of presence and role-modeling. The Hall Director has a special and unique responsibility to foster Christian community within the residence hall, inspired and informed by the University of Portland’s Catholic and Holy Cross tradition of residentiality. The University lives out its mission of teaching and learning, faith and formation, service and leadership, nowhere better than in its residence halls. It is in these communities that the Residence Life hall staff promotes mutual respect, faith development, and service to fellow hall members and the University community at large. This position supervises the Assistant Hall Director and Resident Assistant staff team. This position is live-in, full time, 10-month appointment (typically late-July or early-August through May) and offers full time benefits, including a retirement plan, furnished apartment, and meal plan. This position reports to the Director of Residence Life.
The School of Education at the University of Portland (education.up.edu) is seeking candidates for the tenure-track position in P-12 applied leadership. Working to support academic programming, particularly masters and doctoral (EdD) programming, the ideal candidate will possess terminal degree credentials, experience working with and in P-12 schools and school systems, and a record or potential for scholarship related to organizational theory, organizational practice, and educational change. This position is open to new doctoral program completers (degree completion by August 2016) and mid-career professionals. The appointment may be at the assistant or associate professor level. Tenure or years towards tenure track is negotiable. The faculty appointment will begin August 2016.
The Donald P. Shiley School of Engineering at the University of Portland invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure-track, 9-month teaching position. The selected candidate will teach the equivalent of 24 semester-hours per year and advise mechanical engineering students. We expect to receive funding for a start date in August 2016.
The Department of Environmental Studies within the University of Portland invites applications for a tenure-track position in geohydrology and GIS at the rank of assistant professor beginning in August 2016. Requirements include the abilities to teach introductory undergraduate courses in Earth Systems Science, Natural Hazards, and Environmental Policy, plus advanced undergraduate courses in GIS, Remote Sensing, and Environmental Geoscience, along with developing and teaching new courses in the candidate’s areas of expertise. These areas of expertise may include, but are not limited to, hydrogeology, water policy, environmental justice, and conservation. Evidence of effective teaching and a commitment to teaching undergraduates in a liberal arts setting are essential. Applicants are expected to hold a Ph.D. in geography, geology, or related field at the time of appointment. Course load is generally six courses per year. A program of scholarly work is expected. The ability to involve undergraduates in research is highly desirable. A complete application will include a curriculum vitae, official graduate transcripts, a statement of teaching philosophy, and a research statement; please also arrange for three references to submit letters of recommendation under separate cover. At least one of the references must be able to address the applicant’s teaching ability. Starting salary will be $55,000. This position is open until filled. For full consideration, all supporting material should be received by November 1st, 2015. Emailed materials are preferred, and should be directed to the department manager, Belgin Inan, at email@example.com with “Tenure-Track Search” in the subject line. If email submission is not possible, applications may be mailed to:
The Wellness Education and Prevention Program Coordinator plans, implements, and evaluates theory- and evidence-based health promotion and prevention education strategies, policies, programs, and services. The position supports the whole health and development of students through provision of educational programming, assessment, and workshops addressing wellness promotion, substance abuse prevention, and violence prevention. This is a 10-month, fully benefited position.
The Music Program at the University of Portland seeks a candidate to lead the Jazz area and teach other courses for its NASM-accredited program starting Fall semester, 2016. Primary responsibilities include directing the University jazz band and jazz combos, a University core course introducing fine arts, History of Jazz, and other music courses based on skill and interest, which may include Aural Skills, Theory, World Music, or Music History. The potential to develop additional courses in jazz improvisation and/or jazz theory/arranging would be welcome. A Doctorate degree is required at appointment. Experience at the university level is required. Experience at the secondary level is highly desirable. This is a tenure-track, nine-month position. Applications will be reviewed starting October 12th, 2015; the position is open until filled.
Qualified applicants should submit the following in electronic form to firstname.lastname@example.org: a letter of application that includes an educational philosophy for a liberal arts music program, a curriculum vitae, and contact information for 3-5 references.
In addition, mail or provide an online link to rehearsal and performance footage of you directing a jazz ensemble or combo, as well as official graduate school transcripts to:
David De Lyser
University of Portland
5000 N. Willamette Blvd., MSC 152
Portland, OR 97203
Founded in 1901, the University of Portland is a private, comprehensive, Catholic university of 3900 students with a mission of Teaching, Faith, and Service. We are an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER striving to employ personnel at all levels who will support and enhance our educational mission and purpose. Please visit our website at www.up.edu for more information about this position and the University of Portland.
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.
Seeking experienced lifeguard to work in the Howard Hall Recreation Center at the University of Portland.