tag:www.tztianfu.com,2005:/postings/all_jobs University of Maryland College Park: All Jobs 2019-11-12T08:56:16-05:00 http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75016 2019-11-12T08:56:15-05:00 2019-11-12T08:56:16-05:00 Case Manager The University of Maryland Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment (SAFE) Center for Human Trafficking Survivors is hiring a Human Trafficking Case Manager. The SAFE Center is dedicated to providing direct services, research, and advocacy in the field of human trafficking. Through in-house service provision and collaboration with partners, the Center provides comprehensive social, legal, mental health, medical, and economic empowerment services to survivors of sex and labor trafficking of any age, nationality, or gender. More information is available on the SAFE Center’s website at www.umdsafecenter.org. The Human Trafficking Case Manager will provide crisis intervention and case management services to domestic and foreign national victims of human trafficking, as well as assist with social services program development, training, and outreach. This is a full time position located in College Park, Maryland. Candidates will be required to complete a background check. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: ? A positive, cooperative, affirming, and professional demeanor with clients, partner organizations, volunteers/interns, and team members. ? Desire and ability to work together with professionals of other disciplines (law, economic empowerment, medical, etc.) as part of a multi-disciplinary team on behalf of clients. ? Ability to gather and assess information, weigh options, and exercise excellent independent judgment. ? Demonstrated ability to work well with culturally diverse populations. Must be empathetic and skilled in active listening. ? Comfortable meeting trafficking survivors at a police station, hospital, or other such settings. ? Organized, flexible, and able to multi-task. SPHL-Dean-MD Safe Center for Human Trafficking Survivors http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/58393 2018-03-08T11:43:17-05:00 2018-03-08T11:43:17-05:00 Assistant, Associate or Full Research Professor Assistant, Associate and Full Research Professor The Department of Behavioral and Community Health in the School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park (www.sph.umd.edu/department/bch) invites applications for Assistant/Associate/Full Research Professor positions. Successful candidates are expected to have external funding to support a significant portion of their salary with supplemental funding available for teaching, advising, administrative, and/or service responsibilities coming from the department. The Department and School offer opportunities for collaboration with a multidisciplinary faculty and within focused areas (e.g., Center for Health Literacy). Additional research opportunities are enabled by partnerships with universities and organizations throughout the Baltimore-Washington region, such as the National Institutes of Health, DHHS, University of Maryland-Baltimore, and Johns Hopkins University. SPHL-Behavioral & Community Health http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75490 2019-12-04T10:49:34-05:00 2019-12-04T10:49:35-05:00 Graduate Assistant for Special Collections Access Services This graduate assistant position supports activities within Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) to describe and make available a variety of special collection materials. Working with staff across SCUA, this position is responsible for accessioning new collections and contributes to the ongoing development of policies, procedures, and workflows. The graduate assistant will also work to streamline and establish online access to hidden special collections. The graduate assistant will gain skills and experience in project management, policy and procedure development, accessioning of collections, arrangement and description standards, metadata creation for digitization, and the processing of archival collections. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ? Accession and process incoming collections to a minimum standard (30%) ? Assist Archival Metadata Librarian in creation and updating of ArchivesSpace data for top containers, barcodes, and locations (20%) ? Prepare materials and assist with metadata creation for SCUA material being digitized in-house and through vendors (20%) ? Process priority collections across collection areas and formats (20%) ? Serve on reference desk (10%) LIBR-Libraries http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71055 2019-06-24T11:07:30-04:00 2019-06-24T11:07:32-04:00 Laboratory Coordinator for Cell Biology and Mammalian Physiology The Department of Biology is searching for a Professional Track (PTK) Lecturer to teach, coordinate, update, and modernize upper-level undergraduate laboratories in Cell Biology and Physiology (BSCI330) and Mammalian Physiology (BSCI441) beginning in fall 2019. These courses are offered each semester to both biological sciences majors and a host of students majoring in other fields, such as biochemistry, bioengineering, food science, and dietetics, and are requirements for medical and dental school. After one year, the successful applicant will be asked to contribute to undergraduate advising and the teaching program by lecturing in one of these classes or another course in the applicant’s area of specialization. CMNS-Biology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73988 2019-10-03T10:37:56-04:00 2019-10-03T10:37:57-04:00 Post Doctoral Associate A newly funded post doctoral associate position is available immediately for highly motivated individuals interested in bovine immunology. One focus of this lab is exploring the basic mechanisms of bovine immune response to pathogens, especially related to the role of neutrophils on T cell activation. The position requires experience in general techniques of cellular and molecular biology, multicolor flow cytometry, and some basic data analysis. The goal for this post doctoral associate is to generate several high quality manuscripts and potentially apply for extramural funding from federal government and private grant foundations. AGNR-Animal & Avian Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74743 2019-10-30T15:06:31-04:00 2019-10-30T15:06:32-04:00 Administrative Assistant II This position is located in Adelphi, MD. Provides administrative support to the Office of Human Resources and a limited amount of administrative support to the Offices of Procurement & Real Property Initiatives and IT Development. Also serves as back-up to the HR Specialist in updating the Payroll Human Resources (PHR) system. The duties and responsibilities of the Administrative Assistant II include (but are not limited to) the following: ? Provides assistance to the HR Team by editing, copying, printing, mailing and faxing documents; preparing and/or distributing confidential reports, presentations, and communications (e.g. EEO, MBE, Capital Budget, Salary Surveys, Retirement, Health Benefits, Collective Bargaining, & Legislative Testimonies); and scheduling meetings and their logistics. ? Assists AVC-HR by scheduling appointments; keeping track of expenses and submitting reports; and preparing meeting materials. ? Performs various clerical tasks: ensures that office labor law posters are up to date and ordering new posters when necessary; orders office supplies and Lexis Nexis Maryland Annotated Code materials; orders office supplies; maintains copier and printer functionality (fill paper and contact IT or facilities with maintenance issues); contacts IT for computer issues and facilities for maintenance issues; maintains HR unit’s filing system; and distributes office mail. ? Monitors, prepares, and submits department bills. ? Plans the Annual Staff Awards event: reserves event location, orders gifts, prepares certificates, and prepares ceremony agenda. ? Independently researches and prepares periodic reports. ? Assists the Director of Procurement & Real Property Initiatives and the staff of the IT Development Office with various clerical tasks. ? Responds to employment and wage verification requests. USMO-All University System of Maryland Office Units http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75318 2019-11-22T14:50:34-05:00 2019-11-22T14:50:36-05:00 Learning Specialist / Counselor As a member of a progressive Academic Support Team, the Learning Specialist/Counselor will manage a caseload of at-risk student-athletes from the football program. This individual will be responsible for developing and implementing individualized learning plans for assigned student-athletes for the purpose of providing support, developing academic skills, and engaging ongoing academic assessment. Specific duties will include, but are not limited to: participating in the recruitment, orientation, pre-registration, and enrollment of student-athletes and acting as a liaison to faculty, administrators, and coaches regarding student-athlete academic matters. Tracking and monitoring student-athlete progress toward degree while adhering to university, Big Ten Conference, and NCAA rules and regulations; meeting regularly with a caseload of student-athletes in order to assess academic needs; working individually with assigned student-athletes to enhance academic skill development; working cooperatively with Athletic Academic Counselors and Program Coordinators while providing comprehensive academic support to student-athletes; conducting assessments and evaluations for all incoming student-athletes and others, when needed; acting as a liaison with the Office of Accessibility and Disability Services on campus; and all other duties as assigned. PRES-ICA-Support Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69684 2019-05-10T08:50:32-04:00 2019-05-10T08:50:33-04:00 Undergraduate Student Hourly Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center seeks an undergraduate student to provide support with developing and programming software for specific projects; designing and coding software components, units, and modules that meet specifications and development schedule; and documenting, testing, and debugging components and units. CMNS-Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73300 2019-09-09T11:45:41-04:00 2019-09-09T11:45:43-04:00 Student Assistant The Office of Biophysics Program (BIPH) and Chemical Physics Program (CHPH) at the Institute for Physical Science and Technology (IPST) seeks to hire a student assistant this fall 2019 semester. The position is paid hourly and the time commitment is 10 hours per week. The Student Assistant will: ? Perform administrative tasks, such as creating documents, printing, filing, etc. ? Assist with event planning (flyers, name badges, advertising, etc.) ? During events, perform hands-on work such as setup and cleanup ? Update the programs’ website as needed ? Assist with recruitment and marketing initiatives ? Assist with assessment projects, including survey design, distribution, and analysis ? Perform other related duties as assigned CMNS-Inst for Physical Science & Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74367 2019-10-16T15:58:47-04:00 2019-10-16T15:58:51-04:00 Marketing Automation Coordinator The Marketing Automation Coordinator is a new position at the Smith School responsible for the implementation of Salesforce Marketing Cloud – an enterprise-wide marketing automation platform. This position supports a critical and strategic initiative for the Smith School. This position will support Management/User Support training, Content/Subscriber Management, Email Performance Strategy, Governance and other duties as assigned. BMGT-IT Smith http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72704 2019-08-19T11:54:58-04:00 2019-08-19T11:55:00-04:00 Faculty Specialist The University of Maryland Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) seeks to hire a Faculty Research Specialist (FRS) to work on projects exploring the application of software systems incorporating artificial intelligence to a broad range of customer applications. The FRS will work with a team of specialists in software engineering, artificial intelligence, human computer interfaces, and subject matter knowledge. The team will determine customer requirements based on investigation and modeling of existing workflows and problems, model the workflow and potential approaches, build software solutions, test those solutions against the customers’ problems, and assist the customer to integrate the solutions into their workflow, with special attention to issues of teamwork between humans and the computer. This is a full-time position with benefits. The position is available immediately, and the start date is flexible. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The initial appointment is for one year, with the opportunity for renewal thereafter. We especially encourage applications from women and members of minorities that are underrepresented in science. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74233 2019-10-10T16:16:08-04:00 2019-10-10T16:16:12-04:00 Program Director of Events and Professional Programs Working closely with the Senior Director of Alumni Engagement and Outreach, the Program Director of Events and Professional Programs will create strategic high impact and mass engagement events to engage alumni and inspire further involvement with the university. This individual will develop events and programs that target mid-career and senior-level professionals, such as networking, professional development, or social opportunities. These programs provide alumni the ability to connect by industry, and foster collaboration and business connections. The Program Director will also expand upon existing programs targeted to highlight and engage alumni business owners. They will adhere to the overall goal, which is to provide value to alumni seeking to advance their career, and in turn, advancing the reputation of the university. This position requires availability to work evenings and/or weekends as necessary. Some travel (plane, train, other) required up to 30%. VPUR-Univ Alumni Association http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74866 2019-11-05T13:05:08-05:00 2019-11-05T13:05:10-05:00 Alcohol & Other Drugs Programs Coordinator This position coordinates University of Maryland campus alcohol and other drug prevention, education and programming efforts. The Coordinator will instruct and train undergraduate peer educators and interns. The Coordinator is responsible for the planning, implementation, evaluation and assessment of campus alcohol & other drugs programs, policies, services and other wellness related programs. The Coordinator serves as a liaison on alcohol and other drug issues with the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, the Department of Public Safety, the Department of Resident Life, the Office of Student Conduct, and other key campus departments. Program Planning and Coordination ● Plans, implements and evaluates theory and evidence-based, best practice health promotion strategies, programs, campaigns, services and activities to reduce student health risk behavior, prevent injury/illness, promote wellness, and improve health status, with focus on alcohol and other drugs. ● Coordinate the AlcoholEDU program for the university. ● Support the UMD Alcohol and Other Drugs Coalition. ● Support innovative campus-wide marketing campaigns around alcohol & other drug use and prevention. ● Develop, coordinate, facilitate, and evaluate innovative, interactive primary prevention programs/trainings and programs including harm-reduction education and bystander intervention for student groups, classrooms and departments (both on and off campus). ● Engage and collaborate with University interdisciplinary partners. ● Conduct critical review of health-related literature; gather, compile, and synthesize information to develop health promotion initiatives and educational materials for a diverse group of students. ● Incorporate multicultural diversity and social justice concepts and principles into health promotion practice. Instruction and Training of Students and Interns Policy and Assessment Coordinate the collection of data on student alcohol & other drug usage and other wellness related issues. Counsel students on alcohol and other drug use and other lifestyle issues; Increase well-being, build resilience and reduce high risk alcohol and other drug use and encourage positive wellness behaviors in individual or group settings. Instruction and Training of Students and Interns ●Teach up to two (3 Credit) PEER 300 level courses per semester (at least two days per week), to include grading, supervising and mentoring students. ●Develop and revise courses. ●Recruit students for the PEER Educators courses. ●Facilitate student learning outcomes. ●Demonstrate innovation and use of evidence-based pedagogies. ●Train and supervise graduate or undergraduate students, as needed. VPSA-UHC-Health Education Sum http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75399 2019-11-27T00:01:26-05:00 2019-11-27T00:01:27-05:00 Coordinator for Prevention Education Campus Advocates Respond and Educate (CARE) to Stop Violence is the confidential campus resource for those who have been impacted by sexual misconduct and relationship violence. The Coordinator for Prevention Education provides leadership and oversight to all CARE educational programming, under the supervision of the Assistant Director for CARE. The Coordinator will supervise full-time Assistant Coordinators for Prevention Education. The Coordinator will oversee the development and implementation of inclusive prevention education curricula, including the university-wide bystander intervention training. The Coordinator will provide senior leadership to all peer education initiatives that are overseen by the Assistant Coordinators for Peer Education. Through the Sexual Assault Prevention Committee (SAPC), the Coordinator will contribute to all university-wide sexual assault and relationship violence prevention efforts. The Coordinator may provide limited direct client counseling service (if licensed) and may assist in advocacy and crisis intervention duty coverage as needed. Position may include some evening and weekend hours. -Supervise full-time prevention education staff. -Oversee the development and implementation of inclusive prevention curricula, including the university bystander intervention program and other interactive workshops for students, faculty, and staff. -In partnership with the Assistant Director, provide leadership on university-wide prevention initiatives in conjunction with the university’s Sexual Assault Prevention Committee (SAPC). -Oversee grant writing and management. -Other duties as assigned. VPSA-UHC-Mental Health Sum http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70152 2019-05-24T15:27:54-04:00 2019-05-24T15:27:55-04:00 Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Clinical Professor, Full Clinical, or Professor of Practice The Decision, Operations & Information Technologies Department at the Smith School of Business, is currently seeking to fill a Professional Track Faculty position, to begin Fall 2019. This full-time, non-tenure track faculty position may be in one of the following categories: Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Clinical Professor, Full Clinical, or Professor of Practice, depending on background, training, and previous work experience. Clinical and Practice faculty are also expected to engage in service responsibilities in the department, the school, and/or the university. BMGT-Decision, Operations & Information Technologies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73622 2019-09-20T16:12:15-04:00 2019-09-20T16:12:20-04:00 Lecturer The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is seeking applications for Professional Track Faculty (PTK) for full-time positions at the Lecturer and Senior Lecturer appointments for the new Bachelor of Science in Embedded Systems and the Internet of Things housed at the Universities at Shady Grove. Appointments to these ranks are typically one to three years and are renewable. The BSESIOT is a 2+2 program, which admits students with an Associate’s degree in computer science, engineering and other related STEM areas. It provides training for 61 credits at the junior and senior years leading to the Bachelor degree. The educational objective of the program is to provide students with a solid foundation in key emerging technologies of the “Internet of Things” (IoT), the ability to integrate devices into complete IoT systems, and an understanding of how IoT fits within the wider context of information and communications technologies. The curriculum is cross-cutting and takes critical topics in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, information technology, and analytics to serve the needs of emerging technologies. Graduates are expected to be well versed in object-oriented as well as scripting languages, knowledgeable about the hardware behind microprocessors, sensors and communication systems, and have hands-on experience with real-world IoT applications including security, cloud computing, and machine learning. Instruction will take place at the newly constructed Biological and Engineering Sciences Building at the Universities at Shady Grove. More information can be found in https://shadygrove.ece.umd.edu/. ENGR-Electrical & Computer Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74573 2019-10-25T11:02:48-04:00 2019-10-25T11:02:50-04:00 Agent Associate (Watershed Restoration) Under the general supervision of the Assistant Director and Program Leader for UME’s Environment and Natural Resources Program, the Watershed Restoration Specialist for Southern Maryland and the Area Extension Director for Southern Maryland, the Watershed Restoration Educator performs a variety of duties to carry out educational activities related to watershed sciences and stormwater management, including field days, fairs, meetings, field tours, workshops and seminars. Primary responsibilities are to provide programming support and to implement practices in the area of watershed protection, management and restoration to help Calvert and St. Mary’s Counties meet their MS4 permit requirements and Chesapeake Bay TMDL WIP goals. Incumbent may function in a “lead” role with regard to ongoing work, special projects or team-oriented assignments, and in carrying out education, outreach and program marketing plans. AGNR-UME-St Mary's http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75170 2019-11-19T10:17:08-05:00 2019-11-19T10:17:09-05:00 Coordinator, Recruitment and Admissions The Recruitment & Admissions Coordinator position involves developing and implementing programs for student outreach, recruitment, and admissions for the University of Maryland School of Public Health with appropriate constituents and communities, and educating the public about programs, admissions requirements, and processes, with a focus on graduate-level and dual-degree programs. The Coordinator assists the Director of Graduate Student Services and other school staff with coordination of the graduate admissions processes for the various on campus and online graduate programs, as well as supporting various graduate student events. Major responsibilities include: - Organize, schedule, and attend graduate program recruitment events (on campus, MD/DC/VA, Eastern Region, National). - Serve as a point of contact for prospective students about academic programs and admissions inquiries, and serving as a liaison with different program directors. - Assist with graduate admissions processes. - Organize and implement admissions events (Open House, Admitted Students Day). - Organize and implement graduate student events and professional development workshops (Orientation, etc.). SPHL-School of Public Health http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69662 2019-05-10T08:12:48-04:00 2019-05-10T08:12:49-04:00 Mathematics Instructor The graduate assistant will be working closely with the UGST- AAP Math Coordinator and the AAP Math Instructor to effectively provide math support to AAP students enrolled at UMD. The duties and responsibilities generally entail, but not limited to, the following: ? Teach entry-level math support classes. ? Conduct individualized instructions. ? Assist in administering and evaluating pre/post placement tests. ? Assist the AAP Math Coordinator in developing curricula for math support classes and STP math preparation courses. ? Assist in training and supervising student interns. ? Maintain records of students’ progress and attendance. ? Create, conduct and grade assessments. UGST-Academic Achievement Programs http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74379 2019-10-17T11:24:15-04:00 2019-10-17T11:24:16-04:00 Director of Development for Parent and Family Philanthropy The Director of Development for Parent and Family Philanthropy is responsible for discovering, cultivating, soliciting and closing gifts of $50,000+ as well as developing and maintaining a strong portfolio of primarily parent and family donors and prospects. This development professional is expected to quickly gain and present an expansive knowledge of the University of Maryland. The person in this role will represent the University of Maryland to internal and external audiences while working with members of the university community to advance our collective mission. The Director of Development for Parent and Family Philanthropy will develop a prospect pipeline of parents and family members who may not have been contacted previously, as well as build off of existing relationships. This position will require extensive time out of the office, primarily meeting with prospective parent and family donors. Travel is expected to consume approximately 60% of the time. Working with, and reporting to, the Executive Director of Development for Major Gifts, the successful candidate will identify, visit, qualify, solicit, close and steward gifts of $50,000+ from parent and family members and other constituent groups as appropriate. This individual will staff and manage a board of volunteers with the goal of moving the Parent and Family Philanthropy program forward. The Director of Development for Parent and Family Philanthropy attends and may facilitate specialized training and development sessions with senior leaders, faculty and staff, as well as volunteers. The position will also interact heavily with the Division of Student Affairs. The chosen candidate must be a highly energetic professional with a track record of building donor relationships and closing major gifts. Candidates must have the ability to work collaboratively and strategically with other fundraising professionals and campus leaders. Evening and weekend hours will be required as necessary to meet stated metrics. Local, regional and national travel is required. VPUR-Development http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75032 2019-11-12T11:09:45-05:00 2019-11-12T11:09:47-05:00 Communications Center Representative The Communications Center Representative provides excellent customer service and guidance to prospective students and those interested on their behalf. These interactions are primarily through phone and email communication. Through these interactions, the Communications Center Representative provides counseling about options for admission, financial aid, and enrollment at Maryland. The Representative interprets admissions and financial aid information and shapes the message to the individual student or family member. This responsibility requires that the Representative employ significant counseling techniques that allow them to educate, inform and often, calm students and those intervening on their behalf. It is necessary that the Communications Center Representative understand and be able to explain the university policies, admissions, and financial aid procedures and interpret them as appropriate to the individual circumstance. She/he also must possess excellent communication and customer service skills. The Communications Center Representative assists with other office work including (but not limited to) administrative work and assistance with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions’ events. Work Hours: This is an hourly position, and representatives work at least 25 hours a week but can work more as needed. SVPAAP-EM-Strategic Planning & Communications http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/67078 2019-02-05T08:57:01-05:00 2019-02-05T08:57:02-05:00 HISP PROGRAM Lecturer The Historic Preservation Program (HISP), in the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation periodically hires qualified academics and professionals to teach in a part-time capacity in our degree programs in historic preservation. Teaching responsibilities typically include instruction in one or more of the following: studios, lecture, and/or seminar courses at the graduate or undergraduate level. Successful candidates will demonstrate teaching potential and evidence of continuing achievement in their area of expertise that will help advance and/or complement the School’s education mission. ARCH-Historic Preservation Program http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75512 2019-12-05T08:28:49-05:00 2019-12-05T08:28:50-05:00 Facilities Electronics Technician The Facilities Electronics Technician of the Maryland Robotics Center (MRC) reports directly to the MRC Director and Assistant Director and is responsible for the safety, compliance, access, maintenance, and administrative duties of all MRC facilities, including the Robotics Realization Lab, the Iribe Drone Lab, and the Iribe Manipulator Lab. In addition, the MRC will be adding the Robotics and Autonomy Lab in the IDEA Factory. ENGR-Institute for Systems Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71238 2019-06-28T15:00:16-04:00 2019-06-28T15:00:18-04:00 Lecturer, Writing for the Health Professions The Professional Writing Program at the University of Maryland, College Park, seeks lecturers for the fall 2019 semester to teach English 395: Writing for the Health Professions. The Professional Writing Program, which is housed in and administered by the Department of English, is responsible for courses that meet the university’s Fundamental Studies Professional Writing requirement. Professional Writing courses teach the research, analysis, writing, and language skills that students will need in their lives beyond the classroom. Specifically, ENGL 395: Legal Writing has been designed to help students learn advanced research, writing, and design strategies particular to the health professions. Students learn the complex processes involved in accommodating accommodate information to specific audiences; using stylistic and visual devices to make information more accessible; and editing their work as well as that of their peers. Lecturers are directly responsible for teaching each 19-student class assigned to them. They design and teach interactive class lessons that help students learn how to plan, develop, compose, and revise each major writing project, and they grade and respond to student writing (at least five major projects per semester, each returned within two weeks of submission). Lecturers hold weekly office hours (at least one hour each week per each course being taught) and respond in a timely fashion to student questions and concerns. First-time lecturers are issued a standard syllabus and writing assignments for the course, which they are able to adapt in order to build on the experiences and expertise they bring to the particular course. Lecturers also participate in the writing program’s day-long professional development day before the semester begins, attend biweekly mentoring sessions with the program director or administrative fellows, and each spring semester evaluate at least three student entries in the Professional Writing Program (PWP) Writing Contest. Lecturers who teach two or more courses are benefits-eligible. Following the English Department’s policies for the appointment of professional track faculty, lecturers teach 1 or 2 courses per semester for two semesters. Lecturers are observed in the classroom at least once during their first two semesters of teaching, they meet at least once with the director or administrative fellow to examine grading and responding practices, and they compose brief reflections on student mid-semester and end-of-semester evaluations. Upon satisfactory review in the first two semesters, lecturers are eligible for additional courses and longer-term contracts. ARHU-English http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74034 2019-10-04T14:59:20-04:00 2019-10-04T14:59:21-04:00 Assistant Professor in Arabic Studies The School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Maryland, College Park invites applications for an appointment as Assistant Professor (tenure-track) of Arabic Studies. Strong candidates will have research interests centered on expressions of contemporary social and political phenomena in the Arab World, including but not limited to migration and refugee issues, statelessness and conceptions of nationhood, treatment of minority groups, fundamentalism, liberalism, modes of social activism, and the like. They will also be skilled at translating these interests into engaging courses that meet student interest in the current political moment and related cultural production, while expanding their understanding of the diversity and plurality of the contemporary Middle East. The successful candidate will actively participate in all aspects of the Arabic Program at UMD, which consists of a major and a minor and hosts a federally-funded Arabic Flagship Program that draws a diverse student body from majors across the campus. The teaching load is four courses a year (a 2-2 load). In addition to a dynamic research agenda, a passion for teaching Arabic as a second language at all levels is essential. Candidates who can contribute to the intellectual life of the School and the University through interdisciplinary collaborations are particularly desired for this position. ARHU-School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74771 2019-10-31T09:55:15-04:00 2019-10-31T09:55:17-04:00 Associate Professor/Professor The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Faculty Appointment in Social Policy (Associate or Full Professor) The University of Maryland School of Public Policy seeks an Associate or Full professor starting Fall 2020. The School seeks distinguished candidates with an active research agenda and teaching interest in such policy areas as: ? health (including public health, healthcare access and financing, and social determinants of health); ? poverty and income disparity; ? social insurance; ? education (including higher education); ? criminal justice. ? Demonstrable commitment to health-related policy problems as part of a candidate’s portfolio creates prospects for an endowed chair. Candidates must have established records yielding publication in peer-reviewed journals and scholarly books. The search especially prizes academic versatility, meaning an ability to teach multiple social policy or other courses at both undergraduate (B.A. in Public Policy) and graduate levels. As a policy school seeking impact in both academic and public discourse, a record of engagement beyond the academy is attractive for us. Executive training is also an institutional priority (see below). Applicants should hold an earned doctorate. Doctorates should be in such fields as: public policy, public administration, economics, sociology, education, public health, history, law (Juris Doctor), social psychology or political science. Women and members of minorities whose hiring would enhance the School’s diversity are especially encouraged to apply. Application materials should include a letter of interest describing qualifications, a curriculum vitae, contact information for at least three references, and a recent publication or writing sample. To apply, visit http://www.tztianfu.com, locate the position announcement and apply online. Materials sent outside of the online system cannot be accepted. Questions concerning the application process may be addressed to Katharine Zang, at kzang@umd.edu. Review of applications will commence on December 1. Prospective applicants are urged to contact the search chair, Professor Christopher H. Foreman, cforeman@umd.edu at any time with any questions. PLCY-School of Public Policy http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75322 2019-11-22T15:38:57-05:00 2019-11-22T15:38:59-05:00 Assistant Director of Video Production The Assistant Director of Video Production will work as a member of the Intercollegiate Athletics Video Services staff, and report to the Assistant Athletics Director, Broadcasting & Production. Responsibilities include: Supervise production shoots for the Broadcasting & Production office. Oversee a Production Assistant(s) to assist with departmental needs. Produce, coordinate, and edit when needed, the in-house production of external and internal video content. This will include commercials, web and social videos, highlights, banquet videos, and in-venue content. Oversee student assistants, assist in scheduling their hours, and helping them execute the production of the video content plan. Responsible for videotaping events and athletic contests for inclusion in video content for a multi-platform distribution model. Participate in conceptualizing and collaborating with departmental units and coaching staffs on compelling video stories to be produced across the athletics department and perform other duties as assigned. PRES-ICA-Support Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70048 2019-05-23T09:00:16-04:00 2019-05-23T09:00:18-04:00 Open Rank The Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park (www.aero.umd.edu) invites applications for candidates to apply for multiple full-time tenure-track and tenured faculty positions. We are interested in applications from individuals working on a broad range of problems in all areas of Aerospace Engineering. We have a particular interest in space systems/astronautics, including human factors, space robotics and CubeSats, as well as flight dynamics/control and hypersonic systems, but individuals who can connect to these areas or who are working at the boundaries of these areas are also encouraged to apply. Hires will conduct research, teach and mentor students, and work with others in a spirit of collaboration to enhance the impact of the department. This will include strong scholarship, innovative teaching of both graduate and undergraduate students, participation in faculty governance and institution-building, service to the broader scientific community, and forming partnerships within the department, school, university and/or with industrial, governmental, or community partners. Senior hires are expected to have demonstrated leadership and should plan to have substantial impact in new areas. ENGR-Aerospace Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73354 2019-09-10T16:52:25-04:00 2019-09-10T16:52:27-04:00 Assistant Professor Faculty Position in Theoretical Plasma Physics The University of Maryland Department of Physics invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor in theoretical plasma physics. A more senior level position may be considered for exceptional candidates. The Department has a broad research effort in plasma physics, including nonlinear dynamics, magnetic confinement fusion theory, plasma astrophysics, heliospheric plasma physics, and intense laser-plasma/laser particle-beam interactions. Our on-campus ties to astronomy, electrical engineering, applied mathematics, computer science, and quantum and applied physics complement our ties to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, both located nearby. The successful candidate will be a leader from any area(s) of theoretical plasma physics. The preferred starting date for the position is August of 2020. Required are (1) a cover letter, (2) a CV, (3) a statement of research interests and plans, (4) a statement of teaching philosophy and (5) the names and email addresses of four reference writers. For best consideration, applications should be received by December 1, 2019. CMNS-Physics http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75182 2019-11-19T14:16:20-05:00 2019-11-19T14:16:22-05:00 Program Coordinator The Fischell Department of Bioengineering is launching a new academic degree program in biocomputational engineering at the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) and is seeking qualified applicants to provide high-level support to the program’s startup, administration, as well as coordinate academic and student services. Responsibilities of this position include liaising directly with Maryland community colleges on program development and student outreach, advising prospective and current students on various issues related to academic and student services, taking the initiative to support the program’s success, organizing academic programming and administration. Travel to local Maryland community colleges is expected. The position reports to the Associate Director of Academic and Student Affairs within the Fischell Department of Bioengineering and <b>will be located primarily on the College Park campus for calendar year 2020 before relocating permanently to the Shady Grove campus in 2021.</b> ENGR-Fischell Department of Bioengineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69664 2019-05-10T08:18:01-04:00 2019-05-10T08:18:02-04:00 Graduate Assistant - Program Manager The Graduate Assistant is responsible for fundraising, budgeting and community outreach, developing and implementing programs that align with the organization's mission and support its goals. The Graduate Assistant will plan, market, implement and evaluate college preparatory workshops and various summer residential and commuter programming. Recruit participants through marketing targeted at public and private schools and other organizations nationally. Inform potential students and parents about programming and coordinate program orientation and student registration. Assist with managing and updating the website. Implement the program's evaluation process. Participate in meetings and staff development activities. During peak periods, some Saturdays and evenings may be required. Perform other administrative duties related to program development as assigned. Responsibilities will require an average weekly time commitment of 20-hours. UGST-Pre-College-Program in UG Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72739 2019-08-20T11:18:41-04:00 2019-08-20T11:18:42-04:00 Program Administrative Specialist Maryland Sea Grant College (MDSG) is seeking a Program Administrative Specialist. This position serves an important administrative role bridging Sea Grant’s environmental mission and with its business and financial operations activities. Under the direction of the Sea Grant Associate Director, the Administrative Specialist oversees state appropriations and revolving accounts, program development awards, facilities and inventory, and publications and product distribution. This position performs a variety of administrative tasks and technical accounting associated with budgeting, procurement, reconciliation, product inventory, and general office function. Duties and responsibilities of the Program Administrative Specialist include (but are not limited to) the following: ? With limited supervision, performs a full range of duties related to the day-to-day operations of the office. Oversees MDSG office facilities and resources. ? Follows established guidelines for maintaining state appropriations account and revolving accounts. This includes procurement and invoicing, monitoring and reconciling accounts, tracking all expenses, and reimbursing for expenditures. As part of these responsibilities, AS maintains an internal system to track departmental State & revolving accounts and project balances. AS must assess account status, develop budget projections and draft reports, and be proactive to advise the Associate Director of emergent trends and issues. ? Manages MDSG publication distribution, inventory, reporting and billing ? Interacts with internal and external stakeholders, clients, and contractors. ? Helps with environmental event planning, logistics and associated business operations. The Specialist must be detail oriented with strong interpersonal and oral and written skills to interact with internal and external stakeholders. Ability to understand and interpret Federal and University policies and procedures in areas of purchasing, billing, contracts and grants and sponsored programs is required. The Specialist must have the analytical and technical skills to review expenditures and reconcile accounts as well as fluency with Windows-based PCs. UMCES- Center for Environmental Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74250 2019-10-11T12:05:58-04:00 2019-10-11T12:06:01-04:00 Assistant or Associate Professor of Music Theory The University of Maryland School of Music invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track appointment as Assistant or Associate Professor of Music Theory. The successful candidate will have an established or emerging record of scholarly excellence and will be an effective and dynamic teacher with a strong commitment to pedagogy and a willingness to contribute to ongoing curricular dialogue. Responsibilities include: teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in music theory, including portions of the undergraduate core theory sequence; advising and supervising graduate research in the area(s) of expertise; maintaining an active program of research and scholarly publication; and contributing to departmental and university service. ARHU-School of Music http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74896 2019-11-06T11:31:30-05:00 2019-11-06T11:31:32-05:00 Web Administrator Responsibilities will focus on performing operations and maintenance tasks for the Platform, Data and Application Administration team within the Division of Information Technology. The Web Administrator will be responsible for providing infrastructure support for the Division's Drupal Hosting service including deploying security patches, upgrades and providing a base level support for site owners to determine if issues are site or infrastructure related. The administrator will also manage, monitor and update the Wordpress platform; manage Google Sites and the corresponding access requests and permissions. The Web Administrator will be responsible for all interactions with hosting clients and will work with ServiceNow administrators to support the hosting clients Drupal Dashboard. The Web Administrator will collaborate with infrastructure team to diagnose and remedy issues and to provide a stable platform; ensure web design and infrastructure complies with security requirements. The admin will participate in new service adoption and integration of services with cloud provider SaaS, PaaS and IaaS solutions. DIT-SSOBS-Platform, Data & Application Admin http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75416 2019-11-27T13:15:30-05:00 2019-11-27T13:15:31-05:00 Experiential Learning Advisor Working closely with Experiential Learning unit staff, the Graduate Assistant will support experiential learning-related activities of the University Career Center & The President’s Promise. Position-Specific Responsibilities include: ● EDCP 108I Internship Searching Course - each two sections of 30 students (60 total) per semester; periodically review and recommend updates to enhance course content and student experience; update course content in master course space utilizing the Electronic Management System (ELMS). ● Assist in the administration and marketing of the Bright Futures ‘Unpaid Internship’ Scholarship for undergraduate students pursuing unpaid internships with government agencies and non-profit organizations. ● Monitor and update the Experiential Learning sections of the University Career Center website, ensuring relevant information and resources are updated each semester. ● Partner with Center staff to plan and implement innovative experiential learning and career exposure programs based on student demand and industry trends. ● Develop and showcase relevant online resources for UMD’s academic internship coordinators. ● Assist in social media efforts through creation and dissemination of information, in partnership with PR & Marketing staff. General Experiential Education Responsibilities include: ● Meet with students to critique resumes and to help them to connect with learning experiences, specifically internships, related to their academic plans and career goals. ● Conduct presentations to groups of students in the Center and in classrooms on internship searching, resume writing, interviewing and other career-related topics. ● Work collaboratively with university departments and offices on behalf of students who are seeking enrichment experiences. ● Support and participate in Center-wide events, such a career fairs and staff meetings. ● Provide general administration as needed. VPSA-University Career Center http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70156 2019-05-24T16:11:55-04:00 2019-05-24T16:11:56-04:00 Post-Doctoral Associate A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Gilad Ofek at the Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research (IBBR) at the University of Maryland. Research in the laboratory focuses on the structural analysis of viruses and associated host immune responses (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-06113-4.pdf). Located in Rockville MD, IBBR houses extensive facilities for structural biology and immunology, including flow cytometry, X-ray crystallography, NMR, and a new cryoEM facility equipped with a 200 keV Talos Arctica microscope and a forthcoming 200 keV Glacios microscope. IBBR (www.ibbr.umd.edu) is a premier research institute focused on the structural and quantitative biological characterization of complex protein structure/function relationships and bio-molecular engineering and testing of novel products or platforms targeting prevention or treatment of conditions of human disease and intervention. IBBR operates state-of-the-art facilities located in the heart of the biotechnology corridor in Rockville, Maryland. The Institute is a joint research enterprise between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and has an outstanding group of scientists and engineers with long-standing track records in basic and translational research. SVPAAP-Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73625 2019-09-20T16:56:08-04:00 2019-09-20T16:56:09-04:00 Open Rank The Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA is recruiting to fill multiple faculty positions, with starting dates on or after July 1, 2020. The openings are not restricted to any rank and outstanding candidates at all levels are encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will also be considered for joint appointments with the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS), a multi-disciplinary research institute. Exceptional candidates in all areas of computer science, including but not limited to Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Cybersecurity, Data Sciences, Human-Computer Interaction, Machine Learning, Programming Languages, Software Engineering, etc. are being sought. Applicants working at the boundary of computer science and related disciplines, including Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing, Quantum Computing, Robotics, and Scientific Computing are also encouraged to apply, and may be considered for joint positions with other departments or institutes on campus. A candidate should indicate in their cover letter if they might be interested in such a joint appointment. The department is committed to building a diverse faculty pre-eminent in its missions of research, teaching, and service to the community, and it especially encourages applications from women and underrepresented minorities. In addition, candidates who have experience engaging with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students and contributing to a climate of inclusivity are encouraged to discuss their perspectives on these subjects in their application materials. Interested candidates should apply on-line at http://www.tztianfu.com in order to receive consideration. Search under Faculty for position #125318. The review of applications will begin on October 15, 2019, and applicants are strongly encouraged to have complete versions of their materials – including a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, research and teaching statements, and recommendation letters from at least four references – uploaded by that date for full consideration. Candidates will be prompted when submitting application to submit all information for their references. Questions can be directed to the faculty recruitment committee at: faculty-search@cs.umd.edu. The Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland is consistently ranked among the top-15 nationally. It is one of the largest departments in the country, with approximately 55 full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty covering a wide variety of research areas and over 295 doctoral students drawn from top undergraduate programs nationally and internationally. In 2019, the department moved into its new state-of-the-art facility, the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering. Additional information about the Department of Computer Science and UMIACS is available at http://www.cs.umd.edu and at http://www.umiacs.umd.edu. To learn more about the Iribe Center, please visit: https://iribe.umd.edu/. CMNS-Computer Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74579 2019-10-25T12:51:00-04:00 2019-10-25T15:04:13-04:00 Agent Associate (ROTA Educator) University of Maryland Extension (UME) is seeking to fill three positions, with one position at each of the following county Extension office locations: ? Western Cluster, MD (Allegany, Garrett, and Washington). The office is located in Allegany County, Maryland, and provides programming to the Western Cluster that includes Allegany, Garrett, and Washington Counties. (Position number 125361) ? Upper Shore MD (Cecil, Kent, and Queen Anne’s). The office is located in Kent County, Maryland, and provides programming to the Upper Shore Cluster that includes Cecil, Kent, and Queen Anne’s Counties. (Position number 125355) ? Lower Shore MD (Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester). The office is located in Worcester County, Maryland, and provides programming to the Lower Shore Cluster that includes Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties. (Position number 125356) When applying to this posting, applicants are encouraged to indicate all location preference(s). Under the general supervision of the Assistant Director and Program Leader for UME’s Family and Consumer Sciences program and the Area Extension Director for the respective cluster, the Extension Educator will work to implement the goals of the Rural Opioid Technical Assistance (ROTA) grant. The Extension Educator will work with UME faculty from all program areas to increase the capacity of communities to address the growing opioid epidemic in rural Maryland. This will be accomplished through a multi-prong strategy to include: 1) Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) curriculum; 2) Botvin Lifeskills (Evidence-Based Programming) for youth and parents/caregivers; and 3) Technical Assistance and Training for opioid prevention and treatment information. The Extension Educator will work faculty and staff in UME to develop a web-based content management platform with resources for rural residents, and support for local practitioners. AGNR-UME-Allegany http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73452 2019-09-13T15:24:39-04:00 2019-09-13T15:24:40-04:00 Faculty Assistant Applications are invited for a Faculty Assistant at the University of Maryland Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research (IBBR) in Rockville, MD. The Faculty Assistant will: - Assist in the execution of daily work assignments; - Daily observation of rodents to monitor health of animals and report findings to the Supervisor in a timely fashion; - Rodent Husbandry at ABSL Level 2; - Strict adherence to animal care and use polices is an absolute must; - Extensive vivarium work and animal handling; - Enter and maintain data and animal records/husbandry logs; - Maintain material supplies and clean inside the vivarium; - Ability and interest in working with rodent animal models in a research setting; - Maintains husbandry records pertaining to animal census, animal breeding; - Coordinates animal care activities with other staff; - Provide support in cross-functional tasks such as basic molecular biology support tasks. IBBR (www.ibbr.umd.edu) is a premier research institute focused on the structural and quantitative biological characterization of complex protein structure/function relationships and bio-molecular engineering and testing of novel products or platforms targeting prevention or treatment of conditions of human disease and intervention. IBBR operates state-of-the-art facilities located in the heart of the biotechnology corridor in Rockville, Maryland. The Institute is a joint research enterprise between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and has an outstanding group of scientists and engineers with long-standing track records in basic and translational research. SVPAAP-IBBR-Self-Supporting Activity http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74387 2019-10-17T13:56:06-04:00 2019-10-17T13:56:10-04:00 Building Automation Systems Programmer This position works with the HVAC division and other members of the University of Maryland College Park campus community to assure that the Staefa Energy Management System, Automated Logic Controls System and The Talon Systems are programmed and operated in such a manner that heating, ventilating and air conditioning needs, as well as energy conservation goals are met. The position shall be expected to program, download and test programming modules to achieve pre-determined sequences of operation for campus HVAC equipment using Direct Digital Control; define alarms and alarm routing for campus equipment and rooms; and, create and modify HVAC graphical user interfaces. The position shall work closely with customers and employees to assist in troubleshooting computer based systems hardware and software problems, be proficient with IT/IP tools and ensure all software is promptly updated and managed. Additionally, the position shall monitor buildings distributed controller communication networks, troubleshoot, test and restore Network Controller programs, drivers and software, and replace Network Controller devices including JACES, LGR’s, routers and switches. VPAF-FM-O&M-HVAC http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75048 2019-11-13T08:44:46-05:00 2019-11-13T08:44:47-05:00 Business Manager Position open to UMD employees only. The Business Manager will handle the research and financial activities of the Center for Global Sustainability (CGS) and will report to the Research Director. The Business Manager will be responsible for pre-award and for post-award administration and compliance, and will perform monthly account reconciliation and generate financial reports. The Business Manager will also process procurement/purchasing, travel requests and reimbursements, and payroll actions, and will handle day to day operations for CGS. PLCY-Center for Global Sustainability http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/67080 2019-02-05T08:58:18-05:00 2019-02-05T08:58:19-05:00 Architecture Program Lecturers The Architecture Program, in the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation periodically hires qualified academics and professionals to teach in a part-time capacity in our degree programs in architecture. Teaching responsibilities typically include instruction in one or more of the following: studios, lecture, and/or seminar courses. Successful candidates will demonstrate teaching potential and evidence of continuing achievement in their area of expertise that will help advance and/or complement the School’s education mission. ARCH-Architecture Program http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75515 2019-12-05T09:17:16-05:00 2019-12-05T09:17:17-05:00 Women in Engineering Program Coordinator The Women in Engineering (WIE) Program Coordinator is responsible for the student services and programmatic functions of the Women in Engineering Program. This position will work collaboratively with WIE staff in order to achieve the mission of the Women in Engineering Program (recruitment, retention, and graduation of women in the Clark School of Engineering). The primary focus of this position will be to coordinate the Women in Engineering Living and Learning Programs. See more at https://eng.umd.edu/women More specifically, this position will coordinate recruitment and enrollment of students in WIE’s Living and Learning Programs, instruct a seminar course each semester, and serve as the primary liaison between these and other student groups in the WIE office. Also, advising our current students and running outreach programs for future students are an important part of this job. The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland serves as the catalyst for high-quality research, innovation, and learning, delivering on a promise that all graduates will leave ready to impact the Grand Challenges (e.g., energy, environment, security, and human health) of the 21st century. The Clark School is dedicated to leading and transforming the engineering discipline and profession, to accelerating entrepreneurship, and to transforming research and learning activities into new innovations that benefit millions. ENGR-Dean-Women in Engineering Program http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71240 2019-06-28T15:08:27-04:00 2019-06-28T15:08:28-04:00 Lecturer, Legal Writing The Professional Writing Program (PWP) at the University of Maryland, College Park, seeks lecturers for the fall 2019 semester to teach ENGL392: Legal Writing. About ENGL392: Legal Writing: Legal Writing has been designed for students who wish to pursue careers in law and public policy. Students learn to read and write about cases and statutes, to apply legal principles to fact scenarios, and to organize and present a written analysis that meets the needs of a specialized reader. Typical writing assignments include law school application essays, case briefs, legal memos, and client letters, as well as other genres that use forms of reasoning typical of legal professions. About Professional Writing: Students in Professional Writing courses learn how to write for a range of audiences and purposes and within a range of genres central to their future professional lives; to acquire research practices relevant to professionals in their field; and to navigate the process of making complex information accessible for specific audiences. Diversity is a core value and foundational concept of the Professional Writing Program. We are currently developing teaching strategies to help our increasingly diverse undergraduate student body explore a range of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges, and to discover, define, and deliver solutions. The Professional Writing Program prepares students to work in an increasingly global society by promoting inclusion and equity for all individuals. To learn more about the Professional Writing Program, please visit the program’s homepage: http://www.english.umd.edu/academics/professionalwriting. Appointment Terms: Lecturers in the English department are initially appointed to semester-long contracts for up to two courses during their first two regular semesters of employment. Lecturers will be observed in the classroom at least once during their contractual period. Upon satisfactory review after the first two semesters of employment with the English department, lecturers can apply for additional courses and longer-term contracts. Lecturers who teach two or more courses each semester are also eligible for benefits. ARHU-English http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74043 2019-10-04T16:57:22-04:00 2019-10-04T16:57:23-04:00 Faculty Specialist The successful individual will be appointed as a Faculty Specialist under the Nanocenter, a sub-unit of the Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics, at the University of Maryland. They will assist in the day to day running of the Surface Analysis Center (SAC). The SAC is a core shared experimental facility that currently houses an x-ray photoelectron spectrometer (XPS), a confocal Raman microscope and two atomic force Microscopes. Users of the SAC are either trained to use instruments independently or submit samples to be run by lab personnel. The SAC has a diverse range of users, including eight departments on campus, other local universities, government agencies and local industry. Under guidance from the facility manger, duties for this position will involve working with all instrumentation in the facility but with a particular focus on the AFM and Raman instrumentation. Responsibilities include: ? Training new users on the atomic force and Raman microscope systems (~25%) ? Running of samples, including data analysis and report writing (~30%) ? Development of measurement capabilities, including SOP’s (~20%) ? Maintenance of instrumentation (~10%) ? Other duties to develop and promote the surface analysis center (~15%) This position carries potential for promotion to senior faculty specialist and Principal Faculty Specialist CMNS-IREAP-Inst Res Elec & Applied Phys http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74786 2019-10-31T16:15:16-04:00 2019-10-31T16:15:18-04:00 Assistant / Associate Professor POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture (PSLA) invites applications for a Full Time, 9-month tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor to contribute to our Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) and Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) programs. The responsibilities for instructional, scholarly endeavor, and service workloads for full time tenure track faculty can be found at II-1.25-POLICY ON FACULTY WORKLOAD AND RESPONSIBILITIES (http://www.usmd.edu/regents/bylaws/SectionII/II-1.25.pdf). We are looking for scholars with a strong background in landscape architecture who can teach broadly across the landscape architecture core curriculum. PROGRAM INFORMATION: The University of Maryland Landscape Architecture Program’s mission is to foster visions of a sustainable future and develop the expertise that will establish landscape resilience and beauty. It offers two independently accredited professional degrees including the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) and the Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA). It also offers dual degrees in Landscape Architecture and Community Planning and (LACP) and Historic Preservation and Landscape Architecture (HPLA) in collaboration with the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Landscape Architecture is housed within the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture (PSLA) in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources on the College Park campus of the University of Maryland. Excellent opportunities exist for research, teaching, and community engagement with the National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education and its Partnership for Action Learning in Sustainability (PALS), as well as other administrative university units. COLLEGE AND CAMPUS INFORMATION: Located between the boundaries of the Northern Piedmont Uplands and the coastal plain in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, the University of Maryland, College Park is the flagship institution in the University System of Maryland. Our 1,250-acre College Park campus is five miles from downtown Washington, D.C., and within 30 miles of both Baltimore and Annapolis. This unique proximity to business and technology leaders, federal departments and agencies, and countless research entities, cultural centers, and non-profit organizations is unparalleled. The area is home to landscape architecture’s national organizations including ASLA, LAAB, LAF, CLARB, TCLF and myriad other related associations and societies. Synergistic opportunities for our faculty and students are virtually limitless in the nation's capital and surrounding areas. The University is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and the world. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: The successful candidate will be expected to deliver lecture courses, seminars, and design studios at the undergraduate and graduate level, to mentor graduate students through service on thesis committees, and to advise students on academic and career choices. The successful candidate is expected to demonstrate their commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. The successful candidate will also be expected to engage in original scholarly research and/or creative work and to disseminate this work through a suitable peer-review process. As a good citizen of the department, the successful candidate will join the faculty in shared governance of the Landscape Architecture Program, the Department, and the College and University. AGNR-Plant Science & Landscape Architecture http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75331 2019-11-25T00:06:17-05:00 2019-11-25T00:06:18-05:00 Speech Language Pathologist The prospective SLP will provide direct services in the evaluation and treatment of the SIGNA college students. Treatment may be within an individual, dyad, and group settings related to executive functioning, social interaction, Theory of Mind, higher order language, and self-advocacy. In addition, the SLP will recruit, provide direct supervision and conduct training of undergraduates who serve as peer coaches and peer mentors in SIGNA. There is strong potential for participating in SIGNA’s treatment outcome team, presenting at professional conferences, and collaborating with other professionals across the UM College Park and Baltimore campuses. BSOS-Hearing & Speech Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70077 2019-05-23T11:14:30-04:00 2019-05-23T11:14:32-04:00 KFS Business Analyst The University of Maryland is seeking a KFS Business Analyst to join the KFS Support Team within the Finance Administration. This individual will participate in the coordination of long-term planning, risk, and gap analysis for all modules within the Kuali Financial System (KFS). The KFS Business Analyst will be responsible for the development of functional specifications, test case scenarios and performing advanced-level testing of newly-developed functionality prior to, during, and after QA phase and participating in team evaluating and structuring business practices to take full advantage of the new functionality being implemented. The KFS Business Analyst will work independently with minimal supervision and at the same time coordinate their activities with other team members. The KFS Business Analyst will be expected to apply a high degree of expertise and advanced knowledge of financial system management and accounting principles to provide top-level user support, coordinate activities between various constituents, and understand the requirements and needs of the University community. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. VPAF-FA-Systems Control http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75199 2019-11-19T15:51:12-05:00 2019-11-19T15:51:14-05:00 Communications Specialist The primary function of the Communications Specialist is to develop and implement the social media strategy for the School of Public Policy that strengthens the School’s social media presence and increases engagement with key audiences; manage the School’s email marketing and media relations; write new stories and social media content; and assist the School with events, event planning, video projects and special projects. The Communications Specialist will work closely with the Director of Communications and Marketing Content Specialist in developing and implementing a comprehensive social media strategy for the School of Public Policy that strengthens the School’s social media presence and increases engagement with key audiences. The individual will actively plan and execute a schedule of social media posts and campaigns to engage current/prospective students, support recruitment, promote faculty research, etc. and coordinate with University messaging themes. The individual will design graphics for social media and collect, monitor and analyze social media advertising metrics to analyze effectiveness and demonstrate reach and relevance. Additionally, the Communications Specialist will write new stories and profiles about SPP faculty, staff, students, alumni and events; craft and manage the School’s email marketing efforts; and develop media opportunities for the School including attending and covering events, conducting interviews and developing stories, news releases and media advisories. The individual will also assist the School with events, event planning, video/special projects, and build relationships with School community to mine story ideas for new website feature stories and social media content. PLCY-School of Public Policy http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69668 2019-05-10T08:24:05-04:00 2019-05-10T08:24:06-04:00 Student Bus Driver ($13.00) Student Drivers (continuously hiring) Job Type/Requirements: $13.00/hr; Part time; Undergraduate Students only DOTS Shuttle-UM drivers provide safe, dependable, on-time transportation to University of Maryland students, faculty, and staff. The position involves paid training, flexible hours, and advancement opportunities. Drivers earn $10.10/hr during training, which increases to $13.00/hr after completion of training and CDL licensing. VPSA-Shuttle UM http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72831 2019-08-22T16:38:22-04:00 2019-08-22T16:38:23-04:00 Assistant Professor The Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health (MIAEH) within the University of Maryland, School of Public Health is seeking a highly motivated individual for the post of tenure-track Assistant Professor. The successful candidate will be expected to build a strong research program and obtain extramural research funding. They will be expected to teach environmental health science courses at undergraduate and graduate levels, advise masters and doctoral level students, and engage in service duties as required by the Institute, the School of Public Health and the University. The successful candidate should have: a) a minimum of two years postdoctoral training (or other comparable professional experience) in a relevant field; b) a track record of scientific achievements as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications; c) prior success with obtaining research funding, with clear potential for securing future research funds; and d) some teaching experience. SPHL-Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74266 2019-10-11T16:10:21-04:00 2019-10-11T16:10:23-04:00 Lead Facilities Coordinator The Lead Facilities Coordinator will be responsible for the management of approximately 85,000 sq ft of facilities for the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Included in this space is offices, student space and 40 unique laboratories. This will require specialized, diverse work activities and manage solutions, under limited supervision, solely supporting operations, moves, renovation, security, safety, maintenance, repair, inventory tracking, and space assignment. Reporting to the Director of Operations in Mechanical Engineering, the incumbent will provide proactive facility support to unit members by managing workflow of all incoming facility requests to include general maintenance needs, renovation coordination, equipment inventory record keeping, furniture needs, and security access. This position will work closely with the Department Safety officer to coordinate effectively rectifying any violations that may arise. All duties are performed with only general supervision. Initiative and independent decision-making are necessary to be successful in this position. This position will provide supervision to the Front Desk Administrative Assistant II, who serves high volume business office as the first point-of-contact with faculty, staff, students, and visitors. The Department supports the A. James Clark School of Engineering’s largest engineering program, serving approximately 1200 undergraduate students and 500 graduate students. As such, it will be the incumbent’s responsibility to make sure there is sufficient coverage with student workers and/or Administrative Assistant II. The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland serves as the catalyst for high-quality research, innovation, and learning, delivering on a promise that all graduates will leave ready to impact the Grand Challenges (e.g., energy, environment, security, and human health) of the 21st century. The Clark School is dedicated to leading and transforming the engineering discipline and profession, to accelerating entrepreneurship, and to transforming research and learning activities into new innovations that benefit millions. ENGR-Mechanical Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74924 2019-11-07T09:28:04-05:00 2019-11-07T09:28:06-05:00 Associate Director of the Office of Special Events The Associate Director for the Office of Special Events plays a pivotal role in conceptualizing and planning University-wide high-level events for the President’s Office and University Relations. He/she/they will independently conceptualize and execute events including determining event objectives, managing event budgets, vendor selection and negotiation, programming, marketing collateral, on-site management, event follow up, and evaluation. This individual will be adept at producing multiple events simultaneously. Knowledge and understanding of meeting and event planning principles, requirements, procedures, and available resources are required. Working with a vast array of constituents including trustees, leadership volunteers, senior management, the President, Vice Presidents, Deans, and development colleagues, the Associate Director plans events such as building dedications, groundbreaking ceremonies, bi-annual commencements, visiting dignitaries/lectures, athletic events, and other University-related events. Additionally, this individual has responsibility for developing and executing signature fundraising events such as dinners, receptions, and other related programs for the capital campaign. The Associate Director will provide a high level of customer service to establish effective communication channels, and act as a liaison with internal and external constituents. This individual must have strong interpersonal and communications skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse campus community while navigating a large, complex organizational structure. The Associate Director must be highly skilled in organizing resources and establishing priorities, and have the ability to develop, plan, and implement short- and long-range goals. Additionally, he/she/they must possess the ability to make procedural decisions and judgments, perform complex tasks, and prioritize multiple projects. A successful candidate will thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic work environment. This individual is required to work evenings and weekends as needed to manage events. Some local and national travel is required 10% of the time. VPUR-VP University Relations http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75433 2019-12-02T09:07:29-05:00 2019-12-02T09:07:31-05:00 Contract Administrator The Office of Research Administration (ORA) provides pre-award and non-financial post award administrative services for sponsored projects at the University of Maryland. In addition, ORA collaborates closely with a number of other central offices to help ensure the effective overall coordination of research administration services, systems, policies and procedures. The Contract Administrator (CA) will review grant and contract proposals for compliance with University policies and sponsor application guidelines and regulations prior to submission. The CA interprets pre-award and post-award university and sponsor guidelines for faculty and staff and acts as the liaison between University principal investigators, departmental administrators and sponsoring agencies to resolve problems and answer inquiries regarding policies of the University, funding agencies or subawardees. The CA will advise departmental administrators and faculty on agency guidelines and policy changes. The CA analyzes sponsored awards (grants and contracts) for compliance and consistency with federal and state laws and regulations, University policies and practices, research compliance restrictions and guidelines, financial and academic requirements, and agency policies and procedures and negotiates any necessary changes with the sponsor. This position is also responsible for entering proposal and award data into the University’s research administration system of record. The CA assists in solving problems related to the administration of awards throughout their life cycle. VPR-Research Administration http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70418 2019-06-05T09:15:25-04:00 2019-06-05T09:15:26-04:00 Lecturer The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Maryland, College Park invites applications for a temporary Lecturer in our Chemistry and Biochemistry Programs for the fall 2019 term. This is a contractual one-term (August-December 2019), non-tenured position with the possibility of renewal depending on need. The Programs are responsible for the chemical and biochemical education of students in chemistry, biochemistry, biological sciences, and engineering, and have annual enrollments of more than 7000 students. Duties will include teaching one (1) or two (2) undergraduate General Chemistry lectures, and other associated duties as required. CMNS-Chemistry & Biochemistry http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73684 2019-09-23T14:52:14-04:00 2019-09-23T14:52:16-04:00 Supply Chain Analyst The Spend Data Analyst has a lead role in the identification and collection of supply chain data used to actively manage operations and report on performance. This includes developing, tracking and reporting key performance indicators, providing procurement management with the preparation of spend reports, and assisting in developing targeted supplier action plans. The individual in this position combines supply chain knowledge and the use of data management tools, collaborating with managers and professionals, to collect data, design reports, and prepare graphic data presentations. This role performs spend data research analysis to understand current performance, analyzes trends, identifies and participates in making recommendations for business process enhancements that improve data collection and integrity. The spend data analyst develops strategic and tactical supply chain performance measures/metrics, drawing on multiple data sources while preparing complex spend and pricing analysis and modeling. This position interacts with suppliers to evaluate their systems for mutual integration; communicates with procurement staff and stakeholders; and designs and writes reports and presentations for a variety of audiences including procurement staff and management, university administration, customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders. Responsible for training Procurement departmental staff and others regarding spend data analytical tools. VPAF-Procurement and Strategic Sourcing http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74615 2019-10-25T16:07:21-04:00 2019-10-25T16:07:22-04:00 Sociotechnical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Open Rank) A socio-technical approach to cybersecurity recognizes that to protect our information and critical infrastructure we must consider human, social, organizational, economic, institutional, and technical factors, as well as the complex interactions among them. Creating, maintaining, operating infrastructural systems that are resilient in the face of threats that include malicious attacks, random vandalism, natural disasters, and information warfare necessarily requires fundamental advances in our understanding of the socio-technical aspects of cybersecurity. The College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park (Maryland’s iSchool), invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor, or tenured Associate Professor or Professor position in socio-technical aspects of cybersecurity. The successful candidate will engage in an active program of high-impact research; provide research advising to students at all levels; develop courses and teach in the College’s undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree programs; and engage in service to the profession and shared governance within the university. INFO-College of Information Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73467 2019-09-16T09:06:12-04:00 2019-09-16T09:06:13-04:00 Assistant Professor of Music Education (Elementary/General Music) The University of Maryland School of Music invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track appointment as Assistant Professor of Music Education with a teaching specialization in Elementary and General Music. The successful candidate will join the School’s Division of Music Education, which is committed to preparing the next generation of exceptional, reflective musician-educators who think critically about music teaching and learning and will be ready for leadership positions in diverse educational communities. At the core of the work of the Music Education division is our belief that undergraduates learn to teach by teaching and that graduate students rise to the top of the field through inquiry, musicianship, and scholarship. We are seeking an innovative and dynamic colleague with demonstrated success in elementary or secondary general music teaching, a commitment to engaging with our local community of K–12 music educators, and a well-defined qualitative, quantitative, historical, philosophical, or mixed-methods research agenda. The School of Music’s commitment to engagement, entrepreneurship, and inclusive excellence are furthered by the Music Education division’s mission to prepare teachers who employ culturally relevant pedagogy to promote diversity, inclusion, and equity. We seek candidates whose research, teaching, and service are congruent with this mission, who exhibit a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity, and who are equipped to work with colleagues to prepare future teachers to build inclusive music classrooms. The principal teaching responsibilities of the successful candidate will be to teach undergraduate courses in elementary and secondary general music methods that include weekly field experiences, to teach other undergraduate music education courses per division needs and in accordance with the candidate’s expertise, to supervise student teachers in elementary general music internship placements, and to teach graduate music education courses relevant to the candidate’s expertise. Additional responsibilities will be to maintain an active program of research and scholarly publication, to supervise graduate theses and dissertations, to cultivate professional relationships with area music educators through outreach such as professional development workshops and school visits, to participate in the service requirements of the school and the university, and other duties as assigned. ARHU-School of Music http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74435 2019-10-21T10:33:09-04:00 2019-10-21T10:33:11-04:00 Professor & Chair The University of Maryland, College Park invites applications for a tenured faculty member committed to interdisciplinary work in women, gender, and sexuality studies to serve as Chair of the Department of Women’s Studies. The Chair of the Department of Women’s Studies reports to the Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities. As chief academic, administrative, and financial officer of the unit, the chair is responsible for course assignments, instructional workload, and scheduling; the appointments, promotion, tenure, and post-tenure review processes; shared governance; faculty mentoring; staff supervision and development; strategic planning; and budgeting. The chair also serves as a liaison to other academic units of the College and University as well as the wider community of academic institutions, policy and advocacy organizations, foundations, and private donors who support the department. The preferred rank at appointment is Professor. The five-year administrative term begins July 1, 2020. While serving as chair, the tenured faculty appointee will hold a 12-month appointment and be expected to teach one course per year in the scholar’s area of expertise. ARHU-Women's Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75069 2019-11-13T15:51:24-05:00 2019-11-13T15:51:27-05:00 Post-Doctoral Associate Applicants are sought for a postdoctoral scholar position in Resilient Infrastructure, assisting in understanding the dynamics among disaster policy, infrastructure vulnerability, and community outcomes. The initial project will focus on the differential impacts of the Stafford Act – the legislation that authorizes post-disaster relief funding – on infrastructure performance, communities, and States. The longer-term goal of the project is to provide insights and clarity into how changes to the Stafford Act could positively transform hazard-prone regions. The anticipated scope of the work includes: data discovery on disaster aid disbursements, community hazard mitigation plans, and damage assessments; holistic evaluation of the benefits and costs, including opportunity costs, of hazard planning and mitigation on infrastructure; an analysis of how officials at multiple levels of government make decisions surrounding hazards under uncertainty; multi-scale modeling of the impacts of disaster aid on infrastructure performance; and predictive modeling for quantifying the impacts of disasters on communities. The postdoc will work with diverse stakeholders and support an interdisciplinary research team. Additionally, the postdoc will have opportunities for research dissemination, including but not limited to, conferences, workshops, and presentations to non-profits, advocacy organizations, think tanks, and government officials. ENGR-Civil-Maryland Transportation Institute (MTI) http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/68096 2019-03-14T11:31:14-04:00 2019-03-14T11:31:15-04:00 Teacher Training and Support Coordinator The Learning to Talk Lab seeks an energetic, detail-oriented, highly organized and innovative individual to support the University of Maryland’s Toggle Talk Project. This is a 5-year project funded by the Institute of Education Sciences of the Department of Education. This is a one-year position with the possibility of renewal dependent upon performance. Researchers in the Learning to Talk Lab at Maryland are partnering with the Baltimore City Public Schools to study the efficacy of ToggleTalk, a language arts curriculum supplement. ToggleTalk provides young children with vocabulary and language structure awareness to become comfortable in switching between their home/informal language and classroom/formal language. ToggleTalk has been shown to improve standardized reading scores in pilot studies. The UMD Toggle Talk project is seeking a full-time coordinator who will be involved in many aspects of the project. He/she will work closely with teachers to support them as they deliver the ToggleTalk curriculum. The coordinator is involved in delivering a one-day professional development on implementation of ToggleTalk to teachers, and in conducting support visits and video-taped observations of both the implementation of the ToggleTalk curriculum and of English Language Arts (ELA) instruction more generally. The coordinator is in charge of training students to code data collected from the ToggleTalk and ELA observations and is the lead coder for both types of observations. The coordinator also coordinates the work of Instructional Coaches, who are Baltimore City teachers who have taught ToggleTalk for at least one year. The coordinator will also be involved in assessment of students in Baltimore City elementary schools and in supervising undergraduate and graduate student examiners. The position empowers the individual to develop a strong portfolio of experience in working with children in the schools, educational research, community outreach, mentorship, and leadership. The coordinator will become a member of a research lab that employs undergraduate and graduate staff, and will perform additional duties relevant to the everyday operations of the lab. The project requires an individual who is able to prioritize and manage multiple projects and timelines. This individual should have strong organizational and interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate clearly and effectively. The successful applicant will be able to work autonomously and collaboratively and have the flexibility to grow, adapt and change as project needs change over the course of the project. The position also affords the coordinator the opportunity to be involved in activities of the Language Science Center and the opportunity to be a co-author on presentations and publications. ARHU-Dean-MD Language Science Center http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75531 2019-12-05T16:09:16-05:00 2019-12-05T16:09:19-05:00 Assistant Director for Facilities The Assistant Director for Facilities is responsible for the overall condition of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union building including housekeeping services, maintenance, sustainability/recycling program, environmental safety, renovation projects and the loading dock shipping/receiving. The Assistant Director will provide oversight for the supervision and work coordination of approximately 40 full- and part-time staff and coordinate the work performed by outside contractors as well as coordinate all related services performed by the University's Facilities Management department. Specific Duties: -Provide work coordination and supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor, Housekeeping Supervisor, and Loading Dock Manager. -Initiate and coordinate building renovations, construction projects, facility renewal projects and major repairs with Stamp maintenance staff, University Facilities Management department and outside contractors. -Prepare and manage the facilities budget of approximately $3.3 million annually. -Oversee the requisition/procurement of supplies and equipment related to housekeeping and maintenance services of the Stamp. -Serve as the Stamp's environmental safety officer including the coordination of the Stamp's composting, recycling and sustainability programs. Serve on related campus committees. -Develop, implement and evaluate ongoing custodial and preventative maintenance standards and schedules. Oversee the furniture/equipment inventory and replacement schedule for the building. -Other duties as assigned. VPSA-SU-Facilities http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71379 2019-07-03T11:48:46-04:00 2019-07-03T11:48:47-04:00 Super TA The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Maryland, College Park invites applications for full-time Laboratory Teaching Assistants. The successful candidates’ main assignments will be teaching six (6) sections of introductory (100-200 level) laboratory, holding scheduled office hours, grading lab reports and lab exams, maintaining student records for your sections, attending weekly TA meetings, grading lecture exams, and miscellaneous associated tasks. Expected start date is August 19, 2019. This is a one-term contractual position with the possibility of renewal based on performance and departmental need. CMNS-Chemistry & Biochemistry http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74057 2019-10-07T08:36:58-04:00 2019-10-07T08:37:00-04:00 Open Rank RESEARCH: The department has an internationally recognized infectious diseases program focusing on zoonoses; which offers an outstanding environment for performing basic and translational veterinary and biomedical science research. The department has an excellent state-of-the-art core facility, which includes BSL-2 and BSL-3 suites. We are seeking a highly motivated candidate with the potential to develop an internationally recognized research program relevant to antimicrobial resistance from all perspectives. The ideal candidate will develop a research program that includes animal, human, and environmental health risk-assessment of antimicrobial resistance; evolution and molecular/genetic mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance; transmission and infectious threats of resistance microbes; identification of novel therapeutic targets and development of novel treatment and vaccines. The selected candidate will develop, maintain, and conduct a productive, extramurally funded research program that will strengthen current research goals of the department. The candidate can also provide expert advice to stakeholders related to antimicrobial resistance and its implications for animal and human health via outreach to spread knowledge and guide field practices. Candidates applying at the Assistant Professor level are expected to have a strong publication record. Candidates applying at the Associate Professor level must have an established research program with a strong record of accomplishment of active extramural funding, teaching, and scholarly activity. The selected candidate will also be expected to develop and maintain active and productive collaborations in a collegial and collaborative environment, both within and outside the College and University. Excellent opportunities exist for collaboration with federal agencies (USDA, FDA, NIH) and other University departments. TEACHING: This position will allow for co-teaching opportunities in professional (DVM) and graduate (MS, MPH, Ph.D.) courses. Active participation in the University's Graduate Program will be required, including mentoring of graduate students and serving on student advisory committees. The selected candidate will develop at least one graduate course to be included in the current curriculum. This new course will be developed in conjunction with and inclusive of the college's current teaching objectives and mission goals. Salary will be commensurate with rank and experience. AGNR-Veterinary Medicine Program http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74790 2019-11-01T00:04:55-04:00 2019-11-01T00:04:55-04:00 NOC Junior Engineer The University of Maryland’s Network Operations Group is responsible for maintaining the operational status of the University’s network infrastructure and operates 24×7, 365 days a year. This position is responsible for maintaining all network devices, including both the wired and wireless networks. Maintenance includes resolving hardware issues, upgrading code as necessary, diagnosing and resolving network performance issues. This position also provides technical consultation and guidance for Network Operations, DIT, and the University. This position will also be involved with planning, coordinating, and implementing network infrastructure changes. The engineer should be able to work both independently and as part of a team. Project management skills are desirable. This engineer will be expected to participate in group projects. This position will keep network infrastructure documents and diagrams up to date as needed. This position requires an understanding of network security and may require the development and deployment of network security services. This position requires the mentoring of student Network Operations Center staff. Other duties as assigned, including managing network resources such as installed fiber, and enhancing network infrastructure monitoring. DIT-SSOBS-Operations & Field Support http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75333 2019-11-25T00:06:18-05:00 2019-11-25T00:06:20-05:00 Innovation Manager Life Sciences The Licensing Manager manages the Life Sciences inventions/technologies originating at the University of Maryland from disclosure through marketing, licensing the technologies, and the issuance and maintenance of patents. Interaction with faculty, staff, students, patent attorneys, joint owners, and licensees (current and potential) is essential for this position. The Licensing Manager reports to the Assistant Director, Licensing. The Licensing Manager’s responsibilities are, but not limited to: assessment of the technologies, determination of the marketability (including preparation of concise marketing information) and appropriate intellectual property protection required (e.g. patent and/or copyright); preparation and execution of confidential disclosure agreements; negotiation of terms and preparation of draft license agreements consistent with UMD’s standard form agreements for review and signature of the Director, OTC; and management of intellectual property activities of external legal counsel. VPR-Office of Technology Commercialization http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70128 2019-05-24T13:50:05-04:00 2019-05-24T13:50:06-04:00 Lecturer The Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Undergraduate Program is searching for four Professional Track (PTK) faculty to teach undergraduate courses in the new major, advise/mentor undergraduate students, and continue to develop the new undergraduate curriculum in neuroscience on campus. Two appointments will be made in the Department of Biology and two appointments will be in the Department of Psychology. Start dates will range from summer 2019 to fall 2019. This position description is for the positions in the Department of Biology. Please see the separate posting for the positions in the Department of Psychology as they may also be of interest. This is a 100% position for 9 months/year with benefits. Additional summer/winter teaching may also be available. Title and rank for initial appointment will be based on experience. Initial contract length is 2 years with future renewable contracts for longer periods (up to 5 years). Professional Track Faculty titles at University of Maryland include Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, and Principal Lecturer. Professional track faculty positions do not count toward or lead to tenured or tenure-track positions at University of Maryland, but do include a promotion ladder. Professional track instructional faculty play a crucial role in the academic life of the Neuroscience Program and in the participating departments, both in the classroom and in serving as leaders in innovative undergraduate teaching and learning. The commitment of the academic units to undergraduate education has been recognized through numerous awards to faculty and lecturers for their teaching accomplishments and recognized by the University with various awards. CMNS-Biology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74639 2019-10-28T00:04:38-04:00 2019-10-28T00:04:40-04:00 Case Manager The University of Maryland Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment (SAFE) Center for Human Trafficking Survivors is hiring a Bilingual (English/Spanish) Client Engagement and Rapid Response Case Manager. Daytime Crisis Response and 30-Day Case Management Services ? Respond to crisis intervention requests during the daytime, Monday through Friday (generally 10 am to 6 pm). Meet with the client at a safe location and coordinate crisis services, including informing client about their rights, completing a safety plan, and ensuring that the client’s immediate shelter, food, clothing and other basic needs are met. May also include accompaniment to a forensic sexual assault exam and advocacy. ? Follow all SAFE Center safety protocols and procedures. ? Provide short-term case management services to crisis clients for up to 30 days, including orientation of center services, assistance with transitional housing applications, on-going medical needs, substance abuse treatment, warm handoff with legal and clinical team, coordination and advocacy with other service providers. ? Coordinate with the case management team to transition the case to an intensive case manager who will take over the case after the initial 30-day period. ? Provide next-day follow up services to crisis clients that the on-call intensive case manager meets with after hours. ? Manage case files and progress notes. Maintain written records of all needs, service plans, and goal achievements. After-Hours Crisis Response Rotation ? Rotate on a monthly on-call after-hours schedule (after 6:00 pm weekdays and 24/7 weekends) to respond to crisis intervention requests from local and federal law enforcement, for a total of six days out of each month (could increase or decrease depending on staffing). ? Be available during the scheduled rotation for crisis counseling calls and in-person response. In cases where on-site support is required, the case manager is expected to respond within a reasonable period of time. ? During the days the Client Engagement and Daytime Crisis Case Manager is on call for the after-hours rotation, another case manager on the team will be responsible for daytime crisis calls. The Client Engagement and Daytime Crisis Case Manager will still be expected to work a regular business day. ? If a case manager responds to an after-hours call for assistance, adjustments will be made in the case manager’s daytime schedule to account for the time worked after-hours. Client Engagement / Activity Coordination ? Develop and hold client orientation programs to introduce new client participants to services and policies at the center. ? Collaborate with legal, economic empowerment, clinical and social services teams to identify and organize client engagement activities, trainings and supportive services in the drop-in center. These may range from informal community-building events like potlucks, to holiday/seasonal gatherings, to formal workshops with external speakers/trainers. ? Be the point person for communicating with clients about SAFE Center events and programs; liaise between program staff and clients to determine how many clients will attend an event, workshop, or program. ? Responsible for the tactical execution of SAFE Center events/programs such as provision of food and beverages and organizing client transportation where necessary. ? Oversee and organize the donation closet, food pantry, and crisis bags. ? Participate in the continuous quality improvement and data efforts of the SAFE Center to assess the efficacy and needs of our programs and identify potential programmatic enhancement. Other duties as assigned. SPHL-Dean-MD Safe Center for Human Trafficking Survivors http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75221 2019-11-20T11:57:28-05:00 2019-11-20T11:57:29-05:00 Leave Consultant The Leave Consultant plays a vital role in the administration of the full life cycle of various leaves of absence and ADA accommodation requests for University faculty and staff. The Leave Consultant will act as a subject matter expert and provide guidance to faculty and staff to ensure the University remains compliant with federal and state laws, regulations, and applicable policies and procedures. VPAF-University Human Resources http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69672 2019-05-10T08:30:02-04:00 2019-05-10T08:30:03-04:00 Graduate Student Hourly The National Center for Smart Growth (NCSG), a research center in the school of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation seeks to hire a graduate assistant this fall 2018 semester. To learn more about NCSG, please read here: http://www.umdsmartgrowth.org/who-we-are/director/ and explore our site. The position is paid hourly and the time commitment is 10-15 hours per week. The assistant with various research projects and tasks, including, but not limited to: a campaign to rebrand Smart Growth, literature reviews of academic papers, smart cities project development, writing, and more. ARCH-Center for Smart Growth Research & Education http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72967 2019-08-28T14:23:28-04:00 2019-08-28T14:23:29-04:00 Open Rank The Department of Finance at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park seeks to hire finance faculty at the assistant, associate and/or full professor level to begin Fall 2020. The successful applicant will be expected to conduct top-level scholarly research, deliver high-quality teaching, and perform service. He/She is expected to teach courses to undergraduate, MBA, MS, and Ph.D. students. One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Robert H. Smith School of Business is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, M.S., Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as Business Week, Financial Times, U.S. News & World Report, and The Wall Street Journal. BMGT-Finance http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74271 2019-10-11T16:19:03-04:00 2019-10-11T16:19:04-04:00 Open Rank The Decision, Operations and Information Technologies (DO&IT) Department at The Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland invites applications for two open-rank tenure-track faculty positions in Operations Management and Business Analytics, starting Fall 2020. We are seeking candidates with a strong commitment to high-quality research and evidence of ability to conduct impactful work publishable in top research journals. We would also expect the faculty member to play a key role in the Department’s academic programs at the Doctoral, Master’s and Undergraduate levels, in terms of teaching and leadership. The DO&IT faculty at the University of Maryland (http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/doit/) is a vibrant and interdisciplinary group actively engaged in theoretical and applied research spanning business analytics, operations management, information systems, management science, and statistics. Several faculty members hold joint or affiliate appointments across the university in mathematics, engineering, computer science. The Smith School is a recognized leader in management research and education, with nationally ranked MBA, MS and undergraduate programs, as well as a strong doctoral program. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Business Week, and Wall Street Journal. Many DO&IT faculty are actively engaged in research and teaching activities associated with the School’s Center for Digital Technology, Analytics, and Data Science (CTADS), which integrates Smith School activities related to analytics, artificial intelligence, data science, and digital technologies. The incumbents will be expected to teach courses, conduct research, and perform service. BMGT-Decision, Operations & Information Technologies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74927 2019-11-07T10:51:04-05:00 2019-11-07T10:51:05-05:00 Network Storage Engineer This position will operationally ensure that our data holdings, from host to network to backups, are functionally available. Employee will work with other technical staff members to ensure our storage infrastructure can meet the demanding performance and availability of our research programs. Employee will also be responsible for: ● Data management, tuning and migration support for our host and network based file systems. ● Support for both our open source and commercial backup systems. ● Performing basic network administration add, move and change tasks in our edge and data center networks. ● Contributing to supporting our help desk infrastructure with operational hours overseeing the desk. CMNS-Institute for Advanced Computer Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75437 2019-12-02T13:04:58-05:00 2019-12-02T13:05:00-05:00 Assistant Research Professor The Assistant Research Professor will be required to assist the Principal Investigator with the successful execution of an extramurally-funded research program in the laboratory. The specific responsibilities include designing, executing and analyzing experiments aimed at research involving vector-borne infections including Lyme disease as well as Vector Biology. Additional and general job responsibilities include the presentation of scientific data and preparation of manuscripts, as well as routine assistance with maintenance of laboratory animals, instruments and inventories. AGNR-Veterinary Medicine Program http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70543 2019-06-10T10:44:17-04:00 2019-06-10T10:44:21-04:00 Assistant Professor We are seeking to recruit three, tenure-track faculty members at the rank of Assistant Professor to compliment the Research and Teaching enterprises of our Department. The successful candidates will be expected to develop independent research programs in at least one of our core research areas: Reproduction & Development, Nutrient Utilization & Metabolism (with special consideration for candidates working with ruminants), Genetics & Cell Biology, and Pathobiology & Infectious Diseases. All successful candidates will be expected to conduct research in agriculturally-relevant species. Candidates will be required to establish and maintain an independent, extramurally funded research program and contribute to the educational mission of the department through teaching of undergraduate and/or graduate courses. Ample opportunities exist for intra-departmental collaborations with current faculty members as well as inter-departmental collaborations through the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources’ Strategic Initiatives (https://agnr.umd.edu/about/strategic-initiatives). The Department of Animal and Avian Sciences is strongly committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community. Candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to working with a diverse range of clientele are especially encouraged to apply. All interested individuals are encouraged to apply. Applications must be submitted through eTerp2 at http://www.tztianfu.com/. Completed applications must have a letter of application indicating the area of study and be addressed to Dr. Chad Stahl, Chair, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, University of Maryland. The area of study must be indicated in the application letter. Applications must include (1) a description of current and future research and teaching programs, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) an unofficial transcript indicating completion of doctoral degree, and (4) contact information for three professional references. The request for professional letters of reference will be generated by the eTerp2 system. Letters of reference must be submitted through eTerp2 prior to review of applications. AGNR-Animal & Avian Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73716 2019-09-24T10:50:49-04:00 2019-09-24T10:50:51-04:00 Web Services Administrator The Joint Quantum Institute (JQI) seeks a full-time web developer. The ideal candidate is an independent and detail-oriented individual with Drupal expertise. Candidates should have a proven track record of supporting existing Drupal sites and building new ones, as well as a keen eye for design. CMNS-Physics-Joint Quantum Institute http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75352 2019-11-25T10:48:48-05:00 2019-11-25T10:48:50-05:00 Project Manager The role of the Project Manager within the Division of Information Technology (DIT) is to plan, execute, and finalize projects according to deadlines and within budget under the supervision of the head of the project management group. This includes acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members and third-party contractors or consultants in order to deliver projects according to plan. The Project Manager will also assist in defining the project’s objectives and oversee quality control throughout its life cycle. DIT-Enterprise Planning and Continuous Improvement http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70137 2019-05-24T14:15:32-04:00 2019-05-24T14:15:34-04:00 UX/UI Designer The CATT Laboratory is looking for a full time UX/UI Designer to join our Art & Design team in creating exciting, and most importantly usable, interfaces that will be used by the transportation industry to make important data-driven decisions. The designer will help maintain the CATT Laboratory’s reputation of deploying high quality websites, mobile applications, simulations, video games, and data visualization products. The designer will assist our Art & Design team in creating user-interfaces, production-ready assets, marketing material, logos, and more. The designer will leverage user-centered design principles to understand and refine requirements in order to create exciting products. The designer should be comfortable working with minimal supervision and interacting with clients and developers. ENGR-Civil-Center for Advanced Transportation Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73470 2019-09-16T09:45:55-04:00 2019-09-16T09:45:58-04:00 Associate Professor/Professor & Director DIRECTOR OF THE URBAN STUDIES AND PLANNING PROGRAM Position Description: We seek an experienced and accomplished individual to lead the University of Maryland (UMD) Urban Studies and Planning (URSP) program. The URSP program administers the Master of Community Planning (MCP) degree, a nationally recognized degree program accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB). The program is housed within Maryland’s built environment school – the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation – which is located on the University of Maryland’s flagship campus in College Park, Maryland. URSP’s commitment to engaged and impactful research embodies the land grant mission of UMD. Our location within the D.C. metropolitan area and in close proximity to the Baltimore metropolitan area provides a unique opportunity to inform national urban policy debates and engage with planning scholarship and professional practice in diverse metropolitan contexts. Our program also builds upon the strengths of the National Center for Smart Growth (NCSG), an international leader on research related to smart growth, community development, and transportation planning. We seek a leader who can bolster our program’s regional identity while elevating our program’s national reputation. The URSP Program Director works with the faculty to provide leadership and implement the program’s mission, stated in the program’s recently adopted strategic plan, to promote and foster “a more just and sustainable world by producing rigorous policy-relevant and community-engaged research; educating the next generation of planning professionals who work in diverse settings and organizations; and engaging the broader public in discussion and debate about the future of cities and communities.” The ideal candidate for this position will have a combination of experience and accomplishments that qualify the candidate for an appointment as a Full Professor with tenure, although we will also consider candidates at the advanced tenured Associate Professor level. The ideal candidate will complement our program’s strengths, contributing to one or more areas of the MCP core curriculum and at least one of our four specializations: housing and community development, economic development, transportation planning, and environmental planning. We particularly value candidates with experience designing and implementing interdisciplinary strategic initiatives. Experience working to achieve or maintain PAB accreditation is a plus. We also seek candidates who enhance the gender, racial, and ethnic diversity of our faculty. Qualifications: ? Ph.D. in urban planning or a related discipline ? Current or previous university appointment at the tenured Associate Professor level or higher ? Evidence of previous experience in academic or research administration ? AICP certification is desired but not required Duties and Responsibilities: ? Serve as the chief representative and advocate of the URSP program ? Oversee the implementation of the URSP strategic plan ? Monitor compliance with the accreditation requirements of the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) ? Work with the School’s leadership team to establish interdisciplinary initiatives and promote synergies between the URSP program and other programs in the School ? Promote superior teaching, research, and service among faculty members ? Serve as the primary liaison between URSP faculty and students ? Engage with URSP alumni and the program’s Technical Advisory Community on issues germane to the mission of the URSP program ARCH-Urban Studies & Planning Program http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74456 2019-10-21T15:06:40-04:00 2019-10-21T15:06:44-04:00 Undergraduate Program Advisor The Undergraduate Advisor will report to the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Programs and ensure the timely and high quality academic advising support to incoming and current Bachelor’s of Science in Information Science (BSIS) students. Academic advising will include providing information about the creation and review of 4-year plans, degree requirements, course selection, university policies and procedures, degree progress, and graduation clearances to a student body representing a variety of backgrounds and abilities. Advising may take place in one-on-one or group settings and in both face-to-face and online formats. The Undergraduate Advisor will also assist in the execution of events related to academics and student life for BSIS students within the College of Information Studies. INFO-College of Information Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75114 2019-11-15T10:44:27-05:00 2019-11-15T10:44:29-05:00 Assistant Professor Faculty Position in Experimental Particle Physics The University of Maryland Department of Physics invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor in experimental particle physics using the CMS detector at the CERN LHC. A more senior level position can be considered for exceptional candidates. The Department has a strong effort in both experimental and theoretical particle physics, and specifically on physics of the CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider. The successful candidate will be a leader in hadron collider physics. The preferred starting date for the position is August of 2020. Required are (1) a cover letter, (2) a CV, (3) a statement of research interests and plans, (4) a statement of teaching philosophy and (5) the names and email addresses of four reference writers. For best consideration, applications should be received by December 31, 2019. CMNS-Physics http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/68434 2019-04-02T10:29:00-04:00 2019-04-02T10:29:01-04:00 Executive Director The Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering (http://www.chbe.umd.edu) is seeking candidates for a Faculty Specialist position as Executive Director – Center for Research in Extreme Batteries (CREB). This position will be responsible for the management of the (day-to-day operations) of the Center and will report to the Consortium Director for CREB. The CREB aims to foster and accelerate collaborative research in advanced battery materials and technologies and characterization techniques. CREB’s focus is on batteries for extreme performance, environments and applications (for example: defense, space, biomedical applications). Participation in CREB is open to national and defense labs, universities, and industry. The Executive Director will provide a high level of customer service to establish effective communication channels, and act as a liaison with internal and external partners from industry/leading academic/government in the area of energy storage. Coordination of CREB annual meetings, budget for events and other activities. Produce CREB newsletter and update website. Some travel may be required for CREB program development, as well as some evening and weekend work required. Must be able to travel up to 10% of the time. ENGR-Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75534 2019-12-05T16:50:37-05:00 2019-12-05T16:50:37-05:00 Student Assistant Administrative assistance; process forms, typing, filing, data entry, mail sorting, making copies, answering the main phone line, greeting visitors, various project work, and related administrative tasks. Performing other duties as assigned. ENGR-Electrical & Computer Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71621 2019-07-12T15:50:35-04:00 2019-07-12T15:50:37-04:00 Faculty Specialist The candidate will work with a team of researchers in the Department of Animal and Avian Sciences. Incumbent will report to the Principal Investigator and apply experience and expertise in projects focused on deleting or editing genes in the early embryo as a means for studying pregnancy specific disorders, developmental disorders and for developing animal models of human disease. Successful candidates will receive advance training in somatic and embryonic CRISPR/Cas genome editing, stem cell biology, and in generating genome edited animals. AGNR-Animal & Avian Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74094 2019-10-07T16:18:50-04:00 2019-10-07T16:18:53-04:00 Open Rank The Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research (IBBR) and the University of Maryland, College Park Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry invite applications for an open-rank, tenure-line faculty position in structural biology, with an emphasis in the area of biomolecular cryo-electron microscopy, starting August 2020. The faculty member will base their research program on the IBBR campus in Rockville, Maryland, and hold joint appointments with IBBR and the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at College Park. The criteria for selection will be proven excellence and potential for impact through original research, scholarship, and teaching. Successful candidates will be expected to develop a vigorous externally funded research program and have a demonstrated commitment to teaching and mentorship at the undergraduate and graduate levels. IBBR is a joint research institute of the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), centrally located in Maryland’s biotechnology corridor. The Institute’s mission is to conduct groundbreaking research in the field of biotechnology that generates innovative solutions to major scientific and engineering challenges. The Institute has a long history of excellence in biomolecular structure-function relationships. Current research programs center on the biomolecular engineering of vaccines, biotherapeutics, and diagnostics; biomolecular measurement science; and disease pathways and biomolecular targets. IBBR is equipped with a 200 kV Talos Arctica cryo-electron microscope, and a 200 kV Glacios instrument with a Gatan K3 detector, and a Volta phase plate will be operational early in 2020. The University of Maryland College Park has a Zeiss EM 10 CA TEM equipped with a tilt stage and a JEOL 100CX II TEM. IBBR has a new Vitrobot, and a Gatan Cp3 cryo-plunger will be installed in early 2020. IBBR maintains a high-performance computing cluster with a dedicated 750 TB parallel file system, and two dedicated 8-GPU nodes. These cryo-EM facilities complement other state-of-the-art instrumentation and expertise at IBBR, including NMR, x-ray crystallography, mass spectrometry, and small-angle X-ray scattering. The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry is a key unit in the College of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences at UMCP. The Department’s mission is to conduct transformative research and educate and train the next generation of leaders in the molecular sciences. Research at the chemistry-biology interface is a strategic department priority that builds upon existing strengths in biophysical chemistry, bioanalytical chemistry, bio-organic chemistry, and computational modeling. Department faculty train students from five complementary PhD programs at UMCP: Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Biophysics, and Chemical Physics. Many of our faculty hold joint appointments with other research and academic units, including IBBR, IPST, UMIACS, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Atmospheric & Oceanic Science, and Physics, nurturing an environment that is interdisciplinary, collaborative, and highly innovative. CMNS-Chemistry & Biochemistry http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74797 2019-11-01T08:58:57-04:00 2019-11-01T08:58:59-04:00 Salesforce Developer The University of Maryland, College Park (UMD) is seeking a Salesforce developer. This position will be assisting with the full development life-cycle from technical design to development, testing, and deployment. The Salesforce Developer will be expected to work with the UMD Salesforce project team and UMD clients to gather requirements and configure the Salesforce application based on business needs with robust documentation. The best candidates will be highly technical professionals experienced in web application development. Candidates should have extensive development experience with the Salesforce platform and be able to leverage the Salesforce provided Application Programming Interface. He/she should be able to follow established Salesforce development standards and best practices. He/she will be comfortable communicating and presenting to technical and non-technical audiences. DIT-Division of Information Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73781 2019-09-25T11:02:09-04:00 2019-09-25T11:02:10-04:00 Assistant Professor The iSchool at the University of Maryland (http://ischool.umd.edu) seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor who will be a leader in pursuing novel, transformative, and impactful research and teaching in the field of archives and digital curation. We encourage applicants who exhibit deep understanding of the concepts and issues pertinent to the archives and digital curation profession. We are especially interested in candidates whose research leads to better understanding of archives, their contemporary and future roles, management, and use. Examples of our interests include (but are not limited to): ?Access systems, aggregation, and linked open data ?Community archives and historically marginalized communities ?Computational techniques in analyzing archival collections ?Convergence of libraries, archives, and museums ?Curation and management of research data ?Digital preservation infrastructures, systems, or tools ?Policy and ethics ?Impact of digitization and digital access ?Users and uses of archives Among the top graduate programs in archives and preservation in the U.S., Maryland’s iSchool seeks a candidate who will build upon the iSchool’s record of educating archivists and archival scholars committed to leadership, service, research, and innovative practice in the field. We encourage candidates to demonstrate how their research contributes toward social justice and equity, diversity and inclusion, or ethical access to archival information. We also seek applicants who appreciate the role of digital technologies in changing the roles and responsibilities of archives and archivists in contemporary society. The iSchool enrolls over 1,300 students in five degree programs: Ph.D. in Information Studies, Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Information Management (MIM), Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction (HCIM), and Bachelor of Science in Information Science (InfoSci). Faculty members across these programs take advantage of our interdisciplinary environment through their teaching and collaborative research. These programs are offered in the classroom at College Park and Shady Grove campuses, online, and in blended formats. Many members of our faculty hold joint or affiliate appointments with other campus units, including Anthropology, Business, Education, Engineering, English, Geographical Sciences, Journalism, Survey Methodology, Public Health, the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), and the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS). Position Duties/Responsibilities: This is a tenure-track appointment. Tenure-track Assistant Professors are hired for 3 years, with potential renewal for three more years and tenure. Salary and benefits are competitive based upon qualifications and experience. Tenure-track faculty have 9-month appointments, with opportunities for grant-funded research or university-funded teaching in summers. For this position, the successful candidate will be involved in: ?Developing and conducting research projects and disseminating research results; ?Designing and developing curricula related to archives and digital curation; ?Crafting exceptional educational experiences for students; ?Participating in shared governance; ?Contributing to relevant professional communities. INFO-College of Information Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74644 2019-10-28T10:09:15-04:00 2019-10-28T10:09:16-04:00 Faculty Development Program Manager The Faculty Development Program Manager assists and collaborates with faculty at the Robert H. Smith School of Business to deliver effective and engaging instruction. Reporting to the Director of the Office of Transformational Learning (OTL), this position supports the Smith School’s holistic assessment of teaching and Assurance of Learning (AOL) initiatives, offers faculty one-on-one coaching and teaching workshops, works collaboratively with the instructional design team to support course development efforts, trains graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants, participates in committees relevant to the mission of OTL, and manages ad hoc teams to achieve OTL project goals. The Faculty Development Program Manager is a recognized authority on learning and teaching in higher education. BMGT-Robert H. Smith School of Business http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75274 2019-11-21T12:04:28-05:00 2019-11-21T12:04:30-05:00 Tax & Payroll Director Oversees and manages the University of Maryland, College Park’s tax policy, compliance and strategy as well as payroll operation. The Tax responsibilities include ensuring proper and timely submission of the University's tax reporting; researching tax issues using authoritative guidance; providing tax guidance to the University's departments, as requested; maintaining current, ongoing knowledge of tax issues affecting higher education and tax-exempt organization; maintaining relationships with external tax advisors; and serving as the university's primary tax expert; The Payroll responsibilities include ensuring proper preparation and timely processing of payroll in compliance with applicable federal and state laws; evaluating and improving the payroll processes as needed including automation and system modernization; and supporting decision-making using data analytics. VPAF-Finance Administration http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69676 2019-05-10T08:35:37-04:00 2019-05-10T08:35:38-04:00 Graduate Assistant for Undergraduate Admissions GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The graduate assistant works directly with the Associate Director and serves as a resource to students, alumni, counselors and admission staff. The graduate assistant participates in on campus and off campus recruitment and events (occasional weekends), presents information on undergraduate and transfer admissions, scholarships, and special programs, and provides excellent customer service to prospective students and parents. Responsibilities also include performing general office duties as assigned. SPECIFIC DUTIES: Recruitment Events/Materials - Manage materials requests for recruitment events - Manage the delivery of materials and supplies to territory manager and manage inventory - Assist when needed on local high school and community college visits - Participate in Undergraduate Admission recruitment events: Visit Maryland Day, Spring Open Houses, Academically Talented Program, Receptions, Maryland Day, Counselor Conferences, etc. Alumni and Regional Recruitment - Assist with managing the alumni volunteer program and support regional college fair coverage - Work closely with our alumni and manage the training for alumni volunteers Application Review - Review and make admission decisions for prospective students (freshman, transfer and international processes) - Counsel prospective undergraduate students on admission process, supporting the office with walk-in hours (i.e. transfer credits, application deadlines, etc.) Additional Benefits include being eligible for a maximum of 10 credits of tuition remission in the Fall and Spring semesters, 4 credits in the Winter Term, and up to 8 credits during the Summer, and participation in the employee health benefits program. SVPAAP-EM-Undergraduate Admissions http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73076 2019-08-30T10:41:58-04:00 2019-08-30T10:41:58-04:00 Post-Doctoral Associate Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Associate position at the University of Maryland Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research (IBBR). Successful candidate will work in an interdisciplinary group to develop novel experimental approaches that use electrochemistry for materials fabrication (https://doi.org/10.1088/1758-5090/ab06ea), information processing (10.1109/JPROC.2019.2908582) and redox-based bioelectronics (https://doi.org/10.1002/adhm.201700789). IBBR (www.ibbr.umd.edu) is a premier research institute focused on the structural and quantitative biological characterization of complex protein structure/function relationships and bio-molecular engineering and testing of novel products or platforms targeting prevention or treatment of conditions of human disease and intervention. IBBR operates state-of-the-art facilities located in the heart of the biotechnology corridor in Rockville, Maryland. The Institute is a joint research enterprise between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and has an outstanding group of scientists and engineers with long-standing track records in basic and translational research. SVPAAP-Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74293 2019-10-14T13:42:12-04:00 2019-10-14T13:42:13-04:00 Associate Professor, Family Health and Well-Being The Department of Family Science, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park seeks a full-time tenure track faculty person, at the rank of Associate Professor in Family Health and Well-Being, to join a dynamic department with family science, maternal and child health, and couple and family therapy programs. This candidate will help the Department further enhance its national leadership at the forefront of research and education on families and health. Candidates should be able to (1) lead an externally funded research program, (2) teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and (3) contribute to the Department’s existing strengths in family health over the life course, family policy, risk and resilience, and prevention/intervention science. SPHL-Family Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74942 2019-11-08T00:03:43-05:00 2019-11-08T00:03:45-05:00 Assistant/Associate Professor The Department of Fire Protection Engineering (www.fpe.umd.edu) at the University of Maryland is seeking applicants for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant/Associate Professor level. We offer a unique program in fire protection engineering education and research. Fire safety embraces many topics, including the behavior of fire and smoke; the interaction of fire with people, structures and the environment; fire hazard and risk analysis; and fire safety design, regulation and investigation. Fire research includes, but is not limited to, wild land fire; process safety and explosion; the fundamentals of combustion; suppression; material flammability; structural resistance to fire; and human response and behavior in fire. Candidates with computational and/or experimental experience in these areas are encouraged to apply. ENGR-Fire Protection Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75441 2019-12-02T13:30:53-05:00 2019-12-02T13:30:55-05:00 Assistant Professor The Department of Astronomy at the University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in exoplanetary science. Outstanding candidates in all areas of exoplanetary science will be considered, although we particularly encourage applicants with observational research programs. We are especially interested in candidates who would have synergies with current research programs in the Department, and whose research connects well with the present and future landscape of observational facilities and NASA missions. The Department of Astronomy has an active group in exoplanetary science, with expertise in atmospheric modeling as well as observations. We are a partner in the 4.3--‐meter Discovery Channel Telescope, and we compete successfully for time on larger ground-based telescopes, as well as optical and infrared NASA observatories such as the Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescopes. Our computing facilities include an in-house cluster of over 500 cores, as well as significant time on super-computing facilities. The Department has close collaborations with scientists in UMCP's departments of Physics, Geology, and Engineering as well as in neighboring institutions such as NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Johns Hopkins University and their Applied Physics Laboratory, and the Space Telescope Science Institute. The Washington DC --‐ Baltimore area is noted as a partner--‐friendly area due to its many employment opportunities in astronomy and other fields. The Department of Astronomy has an established culture of collegiality, respect, and collaboration. UMD is actively engaged in recruiting, hiring, and promoting underrepresented communities. Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Candidates who have experience working with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students, and who can contribute to a climate of inclusivity, are encouraged to identify their experiences in this area. For full consideration, complete applications (including letters) must be submitted by January 3, 2020. Applicants are encouraged to complete applications in advance of the deadline as letters are not requested by the system until an application is complete. Please send questions to the search administrator, Ms. Olivia Dent (odent@umd.edu). Department of Astronomy website – https://www.astro.umd.edu/ Astronomy Employment website – http://www.astro.umd.edu/employment/ University of Maryland Strategic Plan for Diversity – https://issuu.com/umaryland/docs/22628 CMNS-Astronomy http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70797 2019-06-17T10:44:06-04:00 2019-06-17T10:44:08-04:00 Assistant Professor or Associate Professor The Special Education Program at the University of Maryland is seeking applications for an Assistant or Associate Professor with leadership, research, and teaching expertise in early childhood special education. The position is tenure-track or tenured and is scheduled to begin August 2020. Candidates should have strong or excellent training; evidence of high quality research and, depending on current rank, evidence of an established research program that has received external funding; interest in collaborative research within and across traditional disciplinary boundaries; and teaching at the graduate and undergraduate level. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses; advising graduate students and maintaining an active research agenda in early childhood special education; and contributing to service activities of the program, department, and discipline. EDUC-Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74799 2019-11-01T09:20:11-04:00 2019-11-01T09:20:12-04:00 Salesforce System Administrator The University of Maryland is seeking a Salesforce System Administrator who will lead the ongoing development and configuration of our Salesforce deployment. The successful candidate will have a record of success in improving processes and adoption using the Force.org or Force.com platform. We are seeking someone with excellent technical and communication skills who can interface directly with internal stakeholders; understand their needs; configure and customize the platform in order to meet new/changing business requirements. This position will be responsible for ensuring that we are maximizing efficiency and capitalizing on all the features and benefits of the system based on various departmental needs. This position will promote adoption, keep current on new releases and AppExchange solutions, and act as the primary contact and a subject matter expert on complex and/or critical system issues and processes for UMD’s Salesforce CRM environment. The Salesforce Administrator will be responsible for executing on the day-to-day configuration, support, maintenance and improvement of our Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) platform, ensuring that it works seamlessly across the organization and captures all required information. DIT-Division of Information Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75354 2019-11-25T11:07:19-05:00 2019-11-25T11:07:22-05:00 Data Analyst The data analyst supports the Smith School’s master’s programs. This person will be responsible for conducting full lifecycle analysis of the data associated with these programs and creating a wide variety of reports on a regular basis. This will involve the ability to acquire data from primary and secondary data sources such as enrollment and program completion data, registration information, student progress/retention data and teaching/faculty data. For all programs this position will develop and maintain databases, data collection systems, data analytics and monitor performance to identify improvements. This includes but is not limited to the interpreting trends or patterns in the data, filtering and cleaning the data, working with management to prioritize informational needs and exploring process improvement opportunities. This position will work closely with data from our prospective students in conjunction with our admissions, Marcomm and recruiting teams and segment them into meaningful target segments for potential outreach from all of Smith’s online and campus-based programs. BMGT-Dean-MBA Programs http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70142 2019-05-24T14:27:14-04:00 2019-05-24T14:27:15-04:00 Post Doctoral Scholar The successful individual will be appointed as a post-doctoral scholar in the Department of Animal and Avian Sciences at the University of Maryland College Park. The aim of this project is to dissect the molecular and cellular determinants of heme homeostasis and its effect on animal growth and development. To address these questions, a combination of genetics, cell biology and biochemical tools will be utilized by the successful candidate in animal models such as mice, C. elegans, and zebrafish. The individual will work under the PI’s supervision. Duties will include: conduct biochemical, molecular, cellular and genetic experiments in mice, mammalian cells, and other model systems; protein expression in fungi; handling of radioisotopes and chemicals; perform independent laboratory analyses and maintain records of laboratory experimentation. Compile and interpret results for publications, assist the PI in writing manuscripts for publications in relevant journals and routing grant proposals, and participate in weekly laboratory meetings and journal clubs. AGNR-Animal & Avian Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73485 2019-09-16T14:11:18-04:00 2019-09-16T14:11:21-04:00 Associate Professor UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, College Park, MD. For Fall 2020: Associate Professor. AOS: philosophy of mind (including philosophy of psychology and philosophy of cognitive science). The successful candidate will have an established record of research in the field, as well as an ability to perform well in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels and a willingness to fulfill various service and administrative responsibilities. The Department of Philosophy is committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community. Candidates who have experience working with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students, and who can contribute to the climate of inclusivity, are encouraged to identify their experiences in these areas. Candidates need to provide only a letter of application and curriculum vitae, together with contact details for at least three references who may be contacted later. Applications will be considered until the position is filled, but for best consideration materials should arrive by December 10, 2019. ARHU-Philosophy http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74480 2019-10-22T09:59:19-04:00 2019-10-22T09:59:23-04:00 Junior Data Scientist The CATT Lab is searching for a talented junior data scientist that can provide analytics support to help solve transportation, safety and security problems. The junior data scientist will familiarize himself/herself with the CATT Lab’s transportation datasets and tools to help support CATT Lab’s reporting and visualization needs. This person should be experienced with extracting and transforming data to deliver analytical solutions, methodologies, models and dashboards using Tableau, SQL and R. The junior data scientist should be proficient with SQL and passionate about working with big data and comfortable joining multiple datasets from relational database and/or big data environments for analysis. The junior data scientist should possess technical expertise and be able to perform independent research and analysis and provide concise updates to the Lead Data Scientist. Good communication skills, organization, time management, and a “will to learn” are essential. ENGR-Civil-Center for Advanced Transportation Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75118 2019-11-15T12:02:27-05:00 2019-11-15T12:02:27-05:00 Postdoctoral Research Associate The India Human Development Survey (IHDS) project, housed at the University of Maryland and carried out in collaboration with National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi, has received a grant from the Gates Foundation, to examine the linkages between India’s economic transformation and women’s empowerment. This project will have one opening for a post-doctoral research associate to undertake independent and collaborative analyses of IHDS data in keeping with the project’s goals. We expect this work to lead to papers submitted to peer-reviewed journals as well as preparation of research and policy briefs. Individuals in this position will also be expected to contribute towards overall project management and development including questionnaire design, data quality evaluation and preparing analytical data files. Only electronic submissions in www.tztianfu.com will be accepted. The following application materials are expected: 1. A curriculum vitae. 2. A cover letter (500-750 words) explaining the applicant's suitability for the job. 3. Statement of research interests. 4. List of references. Letters will only be solicited for short-listed candidates. BSOS-Sociology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69559 2019-05-09T14:15:04-04:00 2019-05-09T14:15:05-04:00 Visiting Assistant Professor Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Studies The Department of English at the University of Maryland, College Park invites applications for a full-time appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor for the 2018-19 academic year. We seek applicants with specializations in textual/cultural analytics or other critical digital approaches who may work across literary periods and media forms, and who can teach and communicate their research methods to undergraduate and graduate student classes. The successful candidate will be expected to pursue an active research agenda; to teach four courses (a 2-2 load); and to play a dynamic role in an environment that includes an undergraduate track in media studies within the department’s major and an interdisciplinary graduate certificate in digital studies, as well as a leading digital humanities center (the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities). The deadline for priority consideration is May 2, 2018, but applications will be received until the position is filled. To assure consideration, please a submit a letter of application, a C.V., a writing sample of approximately 25 pages (also pointers to online work if applicable), a statement of teaching philosophy, a sample syllabus (uploaded as supplemental document 1), and a list of three references (no letters at this time). ARHU-English http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75536 2019-12-06T00:03:53-05:00 2019-12-06T00:03:53-05:00 Executive Administrative Assistant I The Executive Administrative Assistant will provide administrative and front desk support to the Dean's Office. AGNR-College of Agriculture & Natural Resources http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72014 2019-07-24T18:00:54-04:00 2019-07-24T18:00:56-04:00 Open Rank The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park (Maryland’s iSchool) invite applications for an open rank tenure-track or tenured position with a focus on building systems for and conducting data-driven analyses in crime, law and justice. Examples of research approaches that are of interest for this position include: ● Data mining, ● Information visualization, ● Automating or advancing data pre-processing and cleaning (e.g., record linkage), ● Signal processing, computer vision, and natural language processing ● Applied machine learning, ● Algorithmic transparency, debiasing algorithms and data, and algorithmic accountability, ● Computational social science. We are especially interested in candidates who apply these topics in the context of criminology, justice, and criminal law. For example, these approaches can be applied to predictive policing, pretrial risk assessment, database building through open sources, linking criminal records to other data across jurisdictions, recidivism prediction, management of bodycam video, face recognition in surveillance images, management of DNA evidence as well as many other areas. However, candidates with data-driven approaches to related social science topics are also encouraged to apply. This will be a joint position with the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the iSchool. Tenure home will be negotiated at the time of hire. The successful candidate will teach in both units at the undergraduate and graduate level and will be expected to advise and mentor graduate students on doctoral dissertations, master’s projects and other scholarly initiatives. The successful candidate will have an active research agenda of interest to both schools and will seek external funding for that research. All tenured and tenure-track faculty at Maryland are expected to be active in service both inside and outside the university. BSOS-Criminology & Criminal Justice http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74112 2019-10-08T12:05:01-04:00 2019-10-08T12:05:03-04:00 Archives and Digital Curation Assistant Director and Lecturer The iSchool at the University of Maryland (http://ischool.umd.edu) seeks a full-time professional-track Archives and Digital Curation Assistant Director and Lecturer. This person will serve in a 50% capacity Assistant Director role in the Digital Curation Innovation Center, DCIC (see http://dcic.umd.edu), and in a 50% capacity Lecturer role in the iSchool, teaching 3 classes per academic year. This person will contribute to the DCIC Center’s experiential learning and enrichment programs and also teach archives and digital curation courses in the College. The DCIC’s mission is to be a leader in digital curation research and educational fields, and foster interdisciplinary collaborations using Big Records and Archival Analytics with public, industry, and government partnerships. The DCIC’s goals are to sponsor interdisciplinary projects that explore the integration of archival research data, user-contributed data, and technology to generate new forms of analysis and historical research engagement, particularly in the arenas of social justice, human rights, and cultural heritage. In addition, the DCIC pursues Cyberinfrastructure for the curation and management of digital assets at scale. Founded more than 50 years ago with a specific commitment to advancing social justice, the College enrolls over 1,300 students in five degree programs: Ph.D. in Information Studies, Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), Master of Information Management (MIM), Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction (HCIM), and Bachelor of Science in Information Science (InfoSci). Faculty members across these programs take advantage of our interdisciplinary environment through their teaching and collaborative research. These programs are offered in the classroom at College Park and Shady Grove campuses, online, and in blended formats. Many members of our faculty hold joint or affiliate appointments with other campus units, including Anthropology, Business, Education, Engineering, English, Geographical Sciences, Journalism, Survey Methodology, Public Health, the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), and the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS). Position Duties/Responsibilities: As Assistant Director, the incumbent reports to the Director of the Digital Curation Innovation Center (DCIC). Assistant Director Responsibilities: ?Directing student teams working on DCIC research projects (in collaboration with the DCIC director). ?Organizing DCIC conferences, workshops, seminars, and other events in collaboration with appropriate College staff. ?Developing and coordinating student technology seminars. Teaching and Service Responsibilities: ?Teaching three courses per academic year, mostly or entirely in the Archives & Digital Curation Specialization. ?Focusing on course topics such as archives & digital curation implementation, policy and ethics, appraisal, arrangement, description, access, digital preservation, and computational treatments of archival holdings. ?Participating in the academic life of the College. INFO-College of Information Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70822 2019-06-17T14:47:03-04:00 2019-06-17T14:47:07-04:00 Assistant, Associate or Full Professor The Counseling Psychology Program at the University of Maryland is seeking applications for (a) Open rank (Assistant, Associate or Full Professor) and (b) Associate Professor positions with leadership, research, and teaching expertise in psychotherapy, vocational psychology, health (including health disparities), diversity, intersectionality, or other areas of inquiry in counseling psychology. These positions will begin August 2020. EDUC-Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73868 2019-09-30T10:21:04-04:00 2019-09-30T10:21:06-04:00 Instructional Faculty/Lecturer The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is looking to hire an instructional faculty member who will work with our bright and enthusiastic ECE students. We are looking to hire instructional faculty both at the lecturer level and senior lecturer level – depending on the individual's level of experience. The Electrical and Computer Engineering department is expanding, and has a rapidly growing student body. Responsibilities: During each fall and spring semester, we anticipate that the lecturer will teach up to four sections involving programming and digital logic design. (This could involve multiple sections of the same course). The lecturer may also decide to participate in curriculum development or to become involved in the department's vibrant research community via research grants. Opportunities for summer and winter teaching for additional pay are also available. ENGR-Electrical & Computer Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74658 2019-10-28T13:44:26-04:00 2019-10-28T13:44:30-04:00 Educational Specialist-TS Central The Educational Specialist will report directly to Associate Director of UM-Talent Search Central. The Educational Specialist is responsible for recruiting, advising and assisting with college admissions, financial aid and other college readiness activities. The position will involve outreach and recruitment in the target community. The program will involve public relations and marketing to the target audience. Data entry and management will be required. UGST-Academic Achievement Programs http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75287 2019-11-22T09:35:57-05:00 2019-11-22T09:35:58-05:00 Post-Doctoral Associate The Teaching and Learning Transformation Center (TLTC) at the University of Maryland invites applicants for a Post-Doctoral Associate to support the center’s research agenda. The TLTC provides pedagogical development consultations and programming and serves instructors, teaching assistants, and peer mentors at the University of Maryland. The postdoc will design and implement mixed-methods research that improves teaching at the University of Maryland and supports undergraduate and graduate student academic achievement. The primary areas of focus for the next year will include studying active learning classrooms, peer mentorship, faculty learning communities, and student evaluations of teaching. There will be opportunities for the Postdoctoral Associate to pursue research projects in other topics related to higher education teaching and learning. We are particularly interested in candidates with experience conducting research that promotes equity and the advancement of instructors and students from underrepresented groups. The position will require maintaining active research projects under the supervision of the Director of Research, including design, data collection, data cleaning, data analysis, and preparation for reporting, publications and presentations. In addition, the position will be expected to contribute to grant-writing and administrative duties in support of the TLTC’s general operations as needed. To apply for this position, you will need to submit the following documents: a cover letter; a curriculum vitae; two (2) writing samples; a list of three (3) professional references including names, addresses and telephone numbers. For best consideration, apply by January 10, 2020. SVPAAP-Teaching and Learning Transformation Center http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69678 2019-05-10T08:38:22-04:00 2019-05-10T08:38:22-04:00 MSP Data Projects Graduate Assistant One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Smith School is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Business Week, and The Wall Street Journal. This Graduate Assistant (GA) position involves providing the MS Office of Career Services with administrative and research assistance. The GA will: -Manage a variety of data collection, entry and analysis projects -Distribute and analyze a variety of survey results -Create data visualizations to graphically present findings -Manage LinkedIn groups and establish connections -Update student accounts in Hire Smith system -Manage programming attendance records, point calculations and analysis -Maintain a data diary that tracks when each data project or data refresh has been completed. -Other duties as assigned -Edit, proofread and format a variety of documents created in Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Forms, Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel Additional Responsibilities -Participate in weekly team meetings -Create various documents and electronic information using Microsoft and Google Suite -Create statistical tools and reports using spreadsheets -Manage, organize, and update relevant data using excel applications and Google Drive -Research and investigate information to enable strategic decision-making -Any other tasks as needed Total of 10 hours per week for a 12-month term of January 2019-December 2019. BMGT-Dean-Career Management http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73163 2019-09-04T10:04:23-04:00 2019-09-04T10:04:24-04:00 Faculty Specialist The University of Maryland Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) seeks to hire a Faculty Specialist with training in quantitative methods and experience analyzing empirical data. The successful candidate will work with multidisciplinary teams on research projects that quantify and evaluate job performance, aptitude, and readiness for training or work. Duties will include research, data analysis, and administrative tasks, in that order. Duties will include, but are not limited to, tasks such as: ● Managing and organizing data collected by the team; ● Quality control of data received from partners and consultants; ● Data cleaning and data aggregation; ● Statistical data analysis with R and/or SPSS; ● Quantitative measurement creation and validation; ● Other research design and data collection, management, and analysis tasks as needed; ● Administrative tasks include organizing meetings, taking detailed minutes, coordinating schedules, as well as assisting in the preparation of project plans and schedules, status reports, briefings, and technical reports. This is a full-time position with benefits. The position is available immediately, and the start date is flexible. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The initial appointment is for one year, with the opportunity for renewal thereafter. We especially encourage applications from women and members of minorities that are underrepresented in science. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74306 2019-10-14T14:54:53-04:00 2019-10-14T14:54:55-04:00 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Asian American Studies The Asian American Studies Program at the University of Maryland, College Park seeks applicants for the Calvin J. Li Fellowship in Asian American Studies. This position is renewable for up to two years. The Calvin J. Li Fellowship is intended to support a recent PhD with expertise in the issues facing second-generation children/adolescents of immigrants to the United States. A focus of the fellowship program is research on how children of parents from Asian backgrounds navigate identity, family, community, and life in the United States. Successful applicants might focus on the intersectionality of racial/ethnic, gender, or other social identities, challenges facing second-generation youth, racial and ethnic representation, acculturation, transnationalism, family dynamics, or closely related topics. The Li Fellow will teach at least one class during each semester of the academic year for the Asian American Studies Program related to their research. In addition, the Li Fellow will present their research to the University community through public lectures and, in particular, will distill research for a lay audience through a community-based lecture that will be coordinated by the Asian American Studies Program in conjunction with local Asian American community organizations and held in a local, off-campus location. The successful applicant is expected to work closely with a core or affiliate faculty member in the Asian American Studies Program and is expected to take an active role in dissemination of research related to the children of immigrants through traditional and new media outlets. The fellow will have ample opportunities for participating in research, writing and developing their own research questions, for seeking additional training and consultation, and for presenting his/her research findings at national conferences. Asian American Studies at the University of Maryland is a program of study that draws upon the experiences of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans to explore critical questions about identity, representation, and power. Through a focus on Asian American communities, students learn about how racial categories are constructed, how groups are represented, and how power shapes social, political, and historical dynamics. The varied experiences of Asian Americans highlight a complex racial positioning that reflects both privilege and marginalization. As a predominantly foreign born group with members that hail from many different places, the experiences of Asian Americans also tell us much about how migration and transnationalism affect identity and belonging across diverse social, political and economic arenas. The Asian American Studies Program is housed in the Office of Undergraduate Studies and offers 10-15 classes each semester taught by the program’s three core faculty and numerous affiliate and part-time lecturers. For more information about the Asian American Studies Program visit www.aast.umd.edu. UGST-Asian American Studies Program http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74966 2019-11-08T16:37:20-05:00 2019-11-08T16:37:22-05:00 Compensation Analyst This position is a subject matter expert regarding all aspects of staff compensation. As a UHR Consultant to assigned areas of the campus regarding Compensation and Classification, the incumbent performs professional level work in the administration, development and maintenance of job evaluation and compensation programs which support the University’s effort to attract, retain and motivate high-quality, mission critical talent. As the campus implements a new Human Capital Management system, this position will play a key role in helping to shape progressive compensation practices. VPAF-University Human Resources http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75457 2019-12-02T16:29:40-05:00 2019-12-02T16:29:42-05:00 Academic Counselor The Academic Counselor is responsible for providing general administrative and operational assistance to the Associate Director in implementing activities and services in accordance with the McNair grant. Travel is an integral part of this position. For example, the Academic Counselor is responsible for: o Assisting with recruitment activities. o Assisting with planning and conducting workshops. o Advising students on graduate school preparation (e.g. admissions, financial aid, course selection etc.) and matters related to graduate school and doctoral study. o Maintaining accurate records on advising caseload, student attendance sheets for all activities, and other pertinent records that demonstrate student compliance with activities. o Assisting with planning for the Summer Research Institute. o Planning summer graduate school visits and related trips. o Assisting with organizing the summer closing banquet. o Designing appropriate forms to document and assess student performance. o Assisting with preparing annual performance reports. o Representing the program in the absence of the Associate Director. o Performing other administrative duties as assigned by the Associate Director and/or Director. UGST-Academic Achievement Programs http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74809 2019-11-01T16:40:36-04:00 2019-11-01T16:40:38-04:00 Data Warehouse Architect The Data Warehouse Architect will report directly to the Director, Business Intelligence and Decision Support within the Division of Information Technology (DIT). This is an opportunity to join a unit whose mission is to contribute to the strategic initiative of improving data- driven decision- making on campus. The Data Warehouse Architect will be responsible for the hands on work related to the design, implementation and maintenance of a new Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) and data platform. This includes using a variety of cloud- based technologies, establishing best practices and procedures for enterprise data warehousing, contributing to ETL implementations, implementing data quality controls, and ensuring data is well structured to facilitate analysis and reporting. The emphasis of this position is the technical hands--on activities for the creation and evolution of a new EDW and data platform using cutting edge cloud based technologies such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). The candidate for this role will have the ability to both be a visionary as well as have the technical acumen to implement a scalable, well structured data platform consisting of a Data Warehouse, Data Lake, and a variety of supporting tool sets. Of utmost importance is the ability to assess UMD’s existing data landscape and contribute to a strategy for improving data access and usability. The Data Architect will need to be able to persuade and lead others to think critically to make decisions about the direction of the overall data platform. Prior successful data warehouse implementations and experience are essential. Clear communication, leadership skills, collaborating with non-technical stakeholders, and the ability to make critical decisions are a requirement to be successful in this position. DIT-EE-University Decision Support http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75360 2019-11-25T13:08:13-05:00 2019-11-25T13:08:16-05:00 Post-Doctoral Associate The Department of Geographical Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park is a leader in integrated research on the coupled human and physical dimensions of global change, remote sensing, and Geospatial Information Science. The Department of Geographical Sciences is seeking applicants for a postdoctoral research position to work in Dr. Laura Duncanson’s research group, focusing on lidar remote sensing for forest ecology. The research project is funded by a new NSF grant which seeks to develop an Institute for Biodiversity Forecasting. This project brings together ecologists, environmental engineers, data scientists, and conservation stakeholders to determine optimal ways to integrate novel data sources to make near term forecasts for biodiversity at a global scale by addressing changes in (1) species’ abundance and geographic distribution, (2) community structure, and (3) ecosystem function. This position will focus primarily on the structural aspects of the wider project, using NASA’s GEDI data to explore relationships between forest structure and biodiversity at a global scale. The position will involve the processing and interpretation of NASA GEDI waveform lidar products, as well as exploration of other data streams that may aid in linking forest structure and function (e.g. Landsat, ICESat-2, OCO). This will be a minimum two-year position and involve working toward a larger proposal with the wider project team. BSOS-Geography http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70147 2019-05-24T14:48:45-04:00 2019-05-24T14:48:47-04:00 Open Rank The Department invites applications for tenure–track faculty positions to begin Fall 2020. The rank is open to Professor, Associate Professor or Assistant Professor. The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Maryland has a strong research orientation, with an award winning interdisciplinary faculty and an internationally renowned doctoral program. Department faculty regularly consult with the highest level of government and nongovernment agencies on policy-based research at the national, state and local level. To learn more about our department, see www.ccjs.umd.edu. The University is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and in the world. The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice is additionally committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community. BSOS-Criminology & Criminal Justice http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73540 2019-09-18T14:34:01-04:00 2019-09-18T14:34:03-04:00 Assistant Professor The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park, invites applications for multiple tenure-track faculty positions. Applicants should have a demonstrated record of research achievements and publications in one of the following areas: a) Machine learning algorithms and applications with methodologies from signal processing, computer vision, and/or optimization; b) Internet of Things (IoT) broadly defined, including hardware/software methodologies of scalable, secure and resilient infrastructure for connected smart devices, data analytics, edge and cloud computing; and c) Quantum information processing and technology, particularly with a focus on applications at the intersection of engineering and physical science. The tenure-track appointments are expected to be at the Assistant Professor level, although more senior candidates with outstanding records of research achievements may be considered. Successful applicants will be expected to maintain active research programs and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Electrical and Computer Engineering. ENGR-Electrical & Computer Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74521 2019-10-23T13:01:16-04:00 2019-10-23T13:01:20-04:00 Hourly Student Worker Provides administrative/clerical support to the Business Office. 1. Assists with large filing projects and coordinating confidential personnel files 2. Manages confidential information and data (shredding) 3. Runs errands to various campus constituents (occasionally) ARHU-English http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75127 2019-11-15T16:51:14-05:00 2019-11-15T16:51:15-05:00 Lecturer The University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism is seeking a director to lead its Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism. Funded by the university and an endowment from the Povich Family and other supporters, the Povich Center produces outstanding public programs, sponsor and facilitate research related to sports journalism and serve the college and university community. The director will teach sports journalism courses and may be eligible for designation as a “Professor of the Practice” or a tenure-track faculty position, depending on education and experience. Essential Duties include: ? Hiring and management of staff and center ? Expanding Merrill College’s sports journalism curriculum ? Raising funds to sustain and grow the center ? Fostering relationships with professional news outlets. JOUR-Philip Merrill College of Journalism http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69585 2019-05-09T14:40:25-04:00 2019-05-09T14:40:26-04:00 Associate Research Scholar The Management and Organization (M&O) department at the Robert H. Smith School of Business has a non-tenure track opening for an Associate Research Scholar beginning in Fall 2018. We seek candidates with a deep commitment to doing research; setting strategy and creating projects and programs; administratively executing such strategy, projects, and programs; working heavily with grant funded programs, applying for grants and related funding, and teaching courses mainly in strategy, entrepreneurship, and self-leadership. Incumbent will teach courses mainly in the M&O department, and will conduct research and provide service mainly within the Ed Snider Center for Enterprise and Markets at the Smith School. The Robert H. Smith School of Business (www.rhsmith.umd.edu) is recognized as one of the world’s leading business schools for its strong track record in both research and teaching. One of 12 colleges and schools at the University of Maryland, College Park, the Smith School offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, executive MBA, MS, PhD and executive education programs, as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is also known for a highly collaborative culture at the faculty as well as student levels. Within the business school, the M&O department is particularly proud to be viewed as one of the strongest departments. We expect our new hire to help make an already strong M&O department and the OB group in particular even stronger. Research excellence serves as the foundation of the M&O department (http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/management). M&O faculty provide leadership to management and related fields; several M&O faculty are Fellows and hold/have held leadership positions in the Academy of Management (including a past Dean of Fellows and three Past Presidents, and current President of the Academy of Management), the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and other professional organizations; several hold editorships and editorial board appointments on prestigious academic journals. M&O has a vibrant PhD program, which is getting stronger each year. M&O faculty also believes in teaching excellence. Over the last several years, M&O faculty have earned some of the highest teaching ratings in the school. Housed in the Robert H. Smith School of Business, the vibrant and growing Ed Snider Center promotes free enterprise and markets by researching what makes individuals, organizations and markets flourish; educating thought leaders and influencers; and partnering with executives to apply the Center’s research to real world challenges. The Center is named after international sports and marketing visionary, Ed Snider, who is particularly well known for his founding of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team. Given the Smith School’s location in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area, faculty and staff at Smith enjoy not only a strong institutional environment but also the pleasures of living in a vibrant and leading global city which is very cosmopolitan, rich in world-class museums and the performing arts, architecturally delightful, full of greenery with the beautiful Potomac River flowing right through the city, within one to two hours of driving distance from not only beaches but also ski slopes, and home to some of the country’s best public and private schools. BMGT-Management & Organization http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75539 2019-12-06T09:53:36-05:00 2019-12-06T09:53:37-05:00 Data Modeler The Data Modeler will report directly to the Business Intelligence Manager, University Decision Support (UDS) within the Division of Information Technology (DIT). This is an opportunity to contribute to a strategic initiative to improve data-driven decision-making on campus. The Data Modeler will be responsible for requirements gathering and data modeling (conceptual, logical and physical) to support the creation of a new Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) and data platform. This includes conducting user interviews, facilitating data modeling sessions, writing business and technical requirements, maintaining data models in ERWin, creating DDL and DML scripts as needed and documentation. The Data Modeler will collaborate with the DSS team on a day-to-day basis and receive technical guidance from the Data Warehouse Architect. This position will provide a great opportunity for an ETL or data integration developer to learn the fundamentals of dimensional modeling. A thorough knowledge of database management systems, general data warehousing and data management principles, processes and best practices is required. The data modeler must have strong command of the SQL query language. The position also requires a solid understanding of data integration as the data modeler will be expected to provide detailed technical instructions to the ETL developers for the loading of the data warehouse. It is also critical that the data modeler is able to guide non-technical stakeholders through requirements gathering and design sessions. Clear communication, demonstrated organizational skills, the ability to collaborate with non-technical stakeholders, create clear and concise technical documentation, and make critical decisions are requirements to be successful in this position. DIT-EE-University Decision Support http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72092 2019-07-26T11:55:07-04:00 2019-07-26T11:55:08-04:00 Post-Doctoral Associate The Department of Geographical Sciences at University of Maryland, College Park is seeking a highly self-motivated Postdoctoral Researcher (non-tenure position) to work on lidar remote sensing research and applications in Dr. Laura Duncanson’s research group. This research is funded by NASA’s Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) and will involve work between UMD and NASA GSFC in the generation and validation of a North American boreal forest aboveground biomass map using NASA’s ICESat-2 data. This position will be focused on cutting-edge lidar algorithm development, and self-motivated applicants with problem solving skills who work well in large groups are particularly encouraged to apply. Experience with lidar data processing is highly desirable, and coding experience is essential. This position will involve processing large volumes of satellite data, and fusion of ICESat-2 and Landsat. The postdoctoral researcher will assist in developing empirical models linking boreal field plots to airborne lidar data, lead the application of forest biomass models to ICESat-2 datasets, and conduct product validation following established protocols. The position will also include travel to meet with the wider team (including researchers from NASA’s GEDI and ICESat-2 science teams at UMD, NASA GSFC, and UT Austin, as well as the Pacific Forestry Centre in Victoria, British Columbia). Salary and benefits are highly competitive. The researcher will be located at the University of Maryland at College Park. Limited travel in support of field cal/val campaigns may also be required. Our Department of Geographical Sciences is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and in the world. BSOS-Geography http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74196 2019-10-09T16:18:55-04:00 2019-10-09T16:18:58-04:00 Visiting Assistant Professor The Department of Germanic Studies in the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Maryland, College Park invites applications for a 3-semester faculty appointment in German beginning January 20, 2020. This position is not on the tenure track. Area of specialization is open; however, applicants with interests in migration studies, critical race studies, literary multilingualism, and/or critical language pedagogy are especially encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the Department’s academic and extracurricular programs; to pursue an active research agenda; to teach 2 courses a semester at the undergraduate and MA levels; to engage in departmental service such as program assessment and mentoring of MA students; and to play a dynamic role in curriculum development through the creation of new courses. Candidates should exhibit a strong commitment to working with a diverse student population. Individuals from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. The successful candidate will also receive a budget for moving expenses and research travel. ARHU-School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75459 2019-12-03T00:03:54-05:00 2019-12-03T00:03:55-05:00 Coordinator This is a 12-month, 0.80 FTE appointment, renewable annually and contingent on available funds. The position will facilitate activities for the Agriculture Law Education Initiative (ALEI), a collaboration among the University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at College Park, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in Baltimore, and the School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. This position works closely with the ALEI Working Group and Media Team and Leadership Committee. AGNR-Agricultural & Resource Economics http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70902 2019-06-18T15:58:00-04:00 2019-06-18T15:58:03-04:00 Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor The School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation at the University of Maryland is pleased to announce a search for one faculty position at the level of Associate Professor or Professor and at least one tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor. The individuals selected for these positions will provide innovative instruction and impactful scholarship, creative, and/or professional work in support of the pre-professional and accredited professional degree programs in architecture. We seek individuals with focused intellectual approaches to architecture and urbanism grounded in buildings, cities, landscapes, and building practices, that integrate knowledge from diverse fields and disciplines to solve the pressing problems of today and tomorrow. The successful candidate will teach architectural design studios at a variety of levels in the curriculum. The candidate should be prepared to demonstrate promise and/or accomplishments in architectural, urban, and/or interior design. Evidence of achievement shall be a portfolio of built work, un-built projects and/or speculative designs. We embrace the concept that innovative thinkers and designers seek to understand practical and theoretical subject matter in ways that go beyond the traditional disciplinary frameworks. In addition to design studio, we seek colleagues who have demonstrated scholarly, creative, and/or professional promise and/or accomplishments in one or more of the following areas: Building Systems Integration: The ability to integrate building technologies into design studios and professional degree coursework with particular emphasis on building structures, methods and materials of construction, and sustainable systems. Design and Climate Change: The ability to engage salient issues of architecture and urbanism such as urban design, patterns of settlement, resilience, and sustainability as they are impacted by climate disruption. Social Justice: The ability to engage issues of equity, affordable accommodations, community based design processes, and diversity through architectural and urban strategies. Design & Media: The ability to offer critical and innovative insights into design processes, design thinking, and evolving design media. Located just seven miles from the heart of the nation’s capital, the University of Maryland is the flagship campus of the state’s higher education system and a top-ranked public research institution. The School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation, Maryland’s Built Environment School offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Architecture, as well as graduate programs in Community Planning, Historic Preservation, and Real Estate Development, more than a dozen dual-degree masters programs, an interdisciplinary PhD program in Urban and Regional Planning and Design, and is home to the National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education and the Environmental Finance Center. The Architecture Program has a national reputation for design excellence in building craft, urban design, and sustainability as evidenced by the award-winning Integrated Design studio and Advanced Technology course sequence; numerous honors in the arena of urban design; HUD Affordable Housing competition; and many other citations. Since the foundation of the School over fifty years ago, design excellence grounded in technical competence has occupied a central place within the curriculum and intellectual life of the Program. It is envisaged that the successful candidate will provide leadership and direction in one or more of the areas listed above as we proceed beyond our jubilee year. ARCH-Architecture Program http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73912 2019-10-01T10:03:36-04:00 2019-10-01T10:03:37-04:00 Faculty Specialist The University of Maryland Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) seeks to hire a Faculty Research Specialist in System Engineering (FRS) to work on a project exploring the application of software systems incorporating artificial intelligence to a broad range of customer applications. The FRS will work with a team of specialists in software engineering, artificial intelligence, human computer interfaces, and subject matter knowledge. The team will determine customer requirements based on investigation and modeling of existing workflows and problems, model the workflow and potential approaches, build software solutions, test those solutions against the customers’ problems, and assist the customer to integrate the solutions into their workflow, with special attention to issues of teamwork between humans and the computer. This is a full-time position with benefits. The position is available immediately, and the start date is flexible. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The initial appointment is for one year, with the opportunity for renewal thereafter. We especially encourage applications from women and members of minorities that are underrepresented in science. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74673 2019-10-28T16:13:02-04:00 2019-10-28T16:13:07-04:00 Open Rank The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Maryland seeks multiple appointees at the assistant, associate, or full professor level(s) who will develop distinguished research and teaching programs in one or more of the following areas: agricultural economics, environmental economics, resource economics, development economics, applied microeconomics, or related fields. The appointee is expected to develop an exemplary research program that serves the public interest at the state, national, or international level, and teach in the Department’s instructional programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The appointee will typically teach two courses per year. The position is a nine month tenure‐track or tenured position, with rank and salary commensurate with the candidate’s record. Candidates at the associate professor or professor level must have a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching, research, and publication. AGNR-Agricultural & Resource Economics http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75308 2019-11-22T13:57:29-05:00 2019-11-22T13:57:31-05:00 Live Production Coordinator The Live Productions Coordinator will work as a member of the Broadcasting & Production Unit within the Maryland Athletic Department and report to the Director, TerpVision & Video Operations. The Live Production Coordinator will work individually and as part of a team to execute the production of Maryland Athletics broadcasts for the Big Ten Network Plus (BTN+), in addition to supervising DV Sport Replay Operations. This role will help to facilitate the scheduling, set-up, and execution of Maryland’s BTN+ programming. This will include identifying talented students, training them, and establishing procedures for the broadcast of games in conjunction with BTN+. The Live Productions Coordinator will work alongside the Assistant Director of Live Productions to facilitate all operations of the Big Ten Network Student U Program and will train student staff on all Student U equipment and assist with scheduling of events. Collaborates with the Big Ten Network to ensure all events are up to broadcast standards. The other primary responsibility of this position will be to identify, staff, train, and execute the assignments of DV Sport replay for Maryland Athletics. This position will maintain, transport and care for all DV Sport Equipment. The Live Production Coordinator will also train and schedule the student team to execute home video exchange as required by the Big Ten Conference; Schedule and monitor care of coaches' video equipment. The Live Production Coordinator will assist the Director of TerpVision and Video Operations with Video Board Productions; assist with producing content for Terpvision video board shows (highlight videos, feature, etc.). The Live Production Coordinator will work with all units of Broadcasting and Production department and any outside production companies and contractors with any projects outside of essential duties along with performing any duties as assigned. PRES-ICA-Support Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69680 2019-05-10T08:41:51-04:00 2019-05-10T08:41:52-04:00 Graduate Assistant (Web Development) Do you live in your text editor? Are you always on the lookout for a killer new Javascript library on npm? The Joint Quantum Institute is seeking a Javascript developer to join our science communication team. The GA will primarily help build a web application aimed at explaining quantum physics to informal learners. Support for this position is through an NSF Advancing Informal STEM Learning program. This 20-hour-per-week position has a flexible schedule. CMNS-Physics-Joint Quantum Institute http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73165 2019-09-04T10:07:42-04:00 2019-09-04T10:07:45-04:00 Research Associate The Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) at the University of Maryland is seeking one or more Postdoctoral Research Associates for several projects on assessing job-related skills and cognitive abilities for various U.S. government clients. Most projects concern aptitude and proficiency for technical areas like cybersecurity, web development, or data science. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74313 2019-10-14T16:05:16-04:00 2019-10-14T16:05:17-04:00 Assistant to the Executive Director The Assistant to the Executive Director reports to the Executive Director of the Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) and manages all aspects of the Office of the Executive Director (ED), as well as coordinating and executing strategic business and research development activities as needed by ARLIS leadership. Primary duties include coordinating customer relations, business development, and strategic outreach activities; arranging and managing meetings and conferences that may include high-ranking government, industry, and/or international visitors; controlling the daily and long range schedules of the ED and other ARLIS leadership when required; coordinating activities; coordinating complex domestic and international travel schedules and related activities for the ED; and drafting/editing correspondence that includes confidential classified and unclassified material. This position will also take and write meeting minutes and research, harvest, and compile background information on potential clients and stakeholders developed by ARLIS leadership. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74991 2019-11-11T15:11:58-05:00 2019-11-11T15:12:04-05:00 Professor and Director The Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health (MIAEH) at the University of Maryland, College Park, invites applications and nominations for the position of Professor and Director, a 12-month appointment. This is a national search seeking an innovative leader who, alongside our Dean, Dr. Boris Lushniak, values our Institute’s mission to promote and protect the health and well-being of our region and world through excellence in environmental and occupational health research, scholarship, practice and education. MIAEH is one of the only Institutes on the UMD campus to offer academic degrees, including the Master of Public Health, Master of Science, and Doctorate in Environmental Health Sciences. MIAEH’s eight diverse, full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty examine environmental health through a broad array of lenses, including environmental determinants of infectious disease, occupational health, molecular biology, climate change, environmental justice, food safety, policy, global health, and environmental epidemiology. Faculty are nationally and internationally recognized scholars who hold leadership positions in professional organizations and state commissions. The Institute has several professional track faculty and postdoctoral fellows, and ~25 graduate students, and contributes several courses for the Public Health Science B.S. degree program and its 1000 student majors. MIAEH supports several faculty laboratories, including a total of 4000 sq.ft. of clinical research and laboratory space, and hosts the campus’ Exposome Small Molecule Core Facility. The MIAEH faculty annual extramural research funding averaged ~$4 million/year over the last four years. MIAEH faculty are engaged with school/university research centers, such as the USDA-funded Center of Excellence, CONSERVE, Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices, the Maryland Center for Health Equity, Maryland Population Research Center, Maryland Prevention Research Center, and Herschel S. Horowitz Center for Health Literacy. The Institute’s academic and laboratory facilities are housed in the School of Public Health. RESPONSIBILITIES: The Director provides strategic leadership to advance the research, teaching, service, and practice missions of the Institute and School. The Director will work closely with MIAEH faculty, students and staff, the Dean’s Office, and other campus leaders to: 1) ensure excellence in academic programs, curriculum development, and general operations, 2) lead the faculty in pursuing research grants and contracts, 3) facilitate faculty and student participation in interdisciplinary research programs and service activities, 4) expand MIAEH collaborations with academic, research, community, government and industry partners, 5) provide fiscal management and oversight of Institute operations, and 6) working with the SPH Director of Global Health Initiatives and Global Health Advisory Committee, be ready to provide management support for a future campus-wide Global Health B.S. degree program. Additionally, the Director serves as a member of the School’s senior leadership team, as unit head of one of six academic units, and represents the Institute to students, faculty, administrators, the profession, and the general public. APPLICATION: For full consideration, applicants should submit a cover letter describing their interests, qualifications, and current research; a curriculum vitae; and contact information for three references. Applications will be held in confidence until finalists are invited to campus. References will not be contacted without the consent of the candidate. If you have any questions, please email Dr. Barbara Curbow, Chair of the Search Committee at bcurbow@umd.edu. Please indicate “MIAEH Institute Director Search” in the subject line of email correspondence. SPHL-Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74208 2019-10-10T09:41:34-04:00 2019-10-10T09:41:37-04:00 Associate/Full Professor in Teacher Education The Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership (TLPL) in the College of Education at the University of Maryland, College Park seeks to appoint an Associate or Full Professor who focuses on teacher education research and practice. Candidates should have experience in PK-12 schools as a teacher or administrator, a doctorate in education or a related discipline, and a record of research, teaching and service commensurate with expectations for associate or full professor rank at the University of Maryland. This includes a record of scholarly publications in leading refereed journals and respected professional outlets, demonstrated evidence of teaching effectiveness, and service to institution and the profession. The department is committed to increasing diversity of our departmental community as well as the greater campus community. We embrace diversity in multiple forms including identity, background, and theoretical and methodological orientations and opinions. The department encourages faculty to work across divisions and specializations. Faculty members in the Department frequently engage in scholarship at the state, national, and international levels and in institutional research centers. To capitalize on our existing efforts and to move them forward, TLPL seeks a colleague who engages with the complexities of teacher education research and practice by: a) Leading a collaborative research agenda with a scholarly focus on exploring issues, challenges, and opportunities that exist as higher education engages in teacher education. Possible research foci could include: programmatic/curricular issues in teacher education, teacher education and social justice, teacher education policy, evaluation of innovations in teacher education, and school/university/community partnerships in service of teacher education and professional development; b) Providing leadership for TLPL’s efforts to revitalize its cross-division doctoral specialization on teacher education and professional development, including arranging for mentoring of faculty colleagues and graduate students in research on teacher education and on being a teacher educator; and c) Collaborating with colleagues on programmatic efforts in teacher education using powerful models of teacher education, induction, and professional development relevant to our local school districts. EDUC-Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74814 2019-11-01T17:00:11-04:00 2019-11-01T17:00:12-04:00 Lecturer The Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Undergraduate Program is searching for two Professional Track (PTK) faculty to teach undergraduate courses in the new major, advise/mentor undergraduate students, and continue to develop the new undergraduate curriculum in neuroscience on campus. One appointment will be made in the Department of Biology and one appointment will be in the Department of Psychology. Professional duties will be divided between the Neuroscience Undergraduate Program and the home department. Start dates will range from summer 2020 to fall 2020. This position description is for the position in the Department of Biology. Please see the separate posting for the position in the Department of Psychology as they may also be of interest. This is a 100% position for 9 months/year with benefits. Additional summer/winter teaching may also be available. Title and rank for initial appointment will be based on experience. Initial contract length is 1 year with future renewable contracts for longer periods (up to 5 years). Professional Track Faculty titles at University of Maryland include Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, and Principal Lecturer. Professional track faculty positions do not count toward or lead to tenured or tenure-track positions at University of Maryland, but they do include a promotion ladder. Professional track instructional faculty play a crucial role in the academic life of the Neuroscience Program and in the participating departments, both in the classroom and in serving as leaders in innovative undergraduate teaching and learning. The commitment of the academic units to undergraduate education has been recognized through numerous awards to faculty and lecturers for their teaching accomplishments and recognized by the University with various awards. CMNS-Biology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75383 2019-11-26T13:21:03-05:00 2019-11-26T13:21:04-05:00 Business Manager II This position’s primary responsibility is to provide CISESS with both pre-award and post-award management. Pre-award activities include assisting faculty in the development, preparation, and submission of proposals. The Manager ensures all proposals meet agency and university guidelines and deadlines and those proposals are entered and routed in a timely manner for further review. Post-award activities include detailed reconciliation of assigned projects, preparing budget reports, preparing adjustments and corrections for assigned projects for further review and approval in order to meet project goals and federal requirements. CMNS-Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70149 2019-05-24T14:53:14-04:00 2019-05-24T14:53:17-04:00 Web Developer Are you interested in joining a vibrant software technology organization that is expanding and emerging as a leader in the field of data visualization? Look no further… The CATT Laboratory is the leading transportation information analysis, visualization, and user interface design laboratory in the country. Our products and services are used by thousands of public safety agencies, state and local departments of transportation, public officials, and consultants every day. We provide an integrated product suite of situational awareness tools for emergency managers, and also provide leading edge data analytics products for transportation planners and consultants. These products and services are rapidly changing the way governments do business and make important decisions. We receive hundreds of gigabytes of transportation data every day ranging from traffic accident information to real-time traffic speed and flow information. Transportation data may describe how effective a road is during rush hour or the impact of a work zone on traffic congestion. Our clients use our software to analyze the transportation data in order to generate insights used in research, planning, and operations. We’re passionate about transportation as much as we’re passionate about building great software. We care about building usable, stable, and secure software that can handle large amounts of concurrent users analyzing lots of data on a daily basis. We use cutting edge tech to build and maintain our software. We have a mature development process and use industry best practices to ensure that we build the best software possible. This is an agile environment, so we have stand-ups, retrospectives, sprint planning meetings, and Kanban boards. Our team is composed of program managers, technical leads, full-stack developers, scrum masters, testers, administrators, DBAs, interns, and customer support. Our lab located in College Park near the University of Maryland and it’s easily accessible by metro, bus, car, and bike. So, you’ve made it this far. Great! If you’re interested in working with a team that builds software used every day to help improve road networks and reduce congestion across the United States, you want to make an impact to the way people analyze and visualize traffic data, and you’re interested in working with people that are passionate about what they do, apply now! We strive to cultivate a diverse team because we believe that different perspectives build better products, so we encourage people of all backgrounds to apply. Candidates will work with developers, DBAs, and interns to design, develop, test, deploy, and maintain web-based software applications. Candidates will utilize their knowledge, skill, and experience to create stable, secure, and reliable data analysis and visualization applications. In addition, applicants will learn new skills and stay current with industry best practices and upcoming technologies. Candidates will perform code reviews to ensure that code base modifications from other developers are free of bugs and follow the lab’s coding standards. Candidates will also have the opportunity to mentor undergraduate and graduate interns. Essential duties and responsibilities: Build and maintain user interfaces and data visualizations based on designs from our UX team. Work on web-based software that interacts with internal and external web services. Document processes, design decisions, and software architecture. Maintain existing software as needed. Work with members of the QA team to ensure software is tested thoroughly. Conduct code reviews. Understand, refine, breakdown, and estimate backlog items. Participate in our support team rotation. Participate in Agile ceremonies such as standups and retrospectives ENGR-Civil-Center for Advanced Transportation Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73597 2019-09-19T16:32:09-04:00 2019-09-19T16:32:14-04:00 Assistant Vice President, Enterprise Resource Planning The Assistant Vice President, Enterprise Resource Planning (AVP/ERP) position is an exciting opportunity to help lead the University’s Enterprise Project team in a multi-year implementation of an enterprise solution at the forefront of cloud technology, shaping the ERP landscape for one of the largest and highest-ranked land-grant universities in the nation. The AVP/ERP, under direction of the Project Director and Executive Sponsors, provides strategic direction for one of the most visible and complex initiatives and projects being undertaken by the University of Maryland, College Park. This position is responsible for successfully managing the day to day processes of the team specifying, procuring, and implementing the new Human Capital Management and Student Information systems. The incumbent will be expected to conduct this Enterprise Project with the highest level of security, availability, and performance. The AVP/ERP will direct the work of several University employees, consultants and vendor resources to deliver critical administrative systems with full authority for the execution and delivery of project objectives and deliverables. DIT-Division of Information Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74543 2019-10-24T00:01:40-04:00 2019-10-24T00:01:41-04:00 Research & Assessment Analyst - Department of Resident Life Department Information The Department of Resident Life serves a highly diverse population of approximately 12,500 undergraduate students living in traditional residence halls, apartments, and suites including some public/private partnership apartment communities. About 46% of all resident students are enrolled in twelve living-learning programs covering a wide array of academic areas. Resident Life employs a diverse workforce of 88 full-time and graduate staff members and about 600 undergraduate student staff members. The Department values respectful, equitable, and inclusive practices and actively seeks candidates who can represent and serve the diversity of persons who live and work in the University of Maryland’s residence halls. The University of Maryland campus is located in the greater Washington, DC metro area just eight miles from downtown DC and 30 miles from Baltimore, MD. Additional information about the Department of Resident Life is available at www.reslife.umd.edu. General Description of Duties The Research and Assessment Analyst works collaboratively with the Director for Research and Assessment in planning and implementing research and assessment projects for the Department of Resident Life and the Division of Student Affairs. A successful candidate will need to perform two primary functions: (1) the technical and administrative skills needed to conduct projects and (2) the interpersonal skills needed to train and engage staff in practical implications of assessment. This position participates in each phase of the research/assessment process from project development to presentation of results. Typical projects include assessment of student learning outcomes; surveys to measure satisfaction, program and staff evaluation; and special projects related to department or division goals. ? Develop quantitative and qualitative data collection methods, e.g., web-based and pencil/paper questionnaires and focus groups. ? Ensure ethical practices and rigorous assessment standards are maintained for projects, and when appropriate submit applications to the Internal Review Board (IRB). ? Coordinate and manage projects, train staff, track and respond to project issues, and oversee data collection procedures. ? Perform data management responsibilities including manipulation of datasets using Excel and Access, preparation of datasets for data analysis, and analyzing data using SPSS and/or R. ? Engage staff in writing and assessing student learning outcomes, with the goal to enhance student learning and improve practice. ? Produce reports and presentations tailored for a variety of audiences. ? Supervise and train undergraduate staff in assessment procedures, analysis, and reporting. ? Serve as an assessment consultant or represent the department on campus committees. ? Assist the Director for R&A in other tasks as necessary. Salary and Benefits Starting salary in the mid to upper $50s depending on candidate’s combination of skills, education, and experience. Comprehensive benefits package available including tuition remission. www.uhr.umd.edu/benefits VPSA-RL-Director Salary/L&A http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75141 2019-11-18T11:10:08-05:00 2019-11-18T11:10:09-05:00 Sr. Linux/UNIX Administrator To serve as a senior-level system administrator for a multi-tiered enterprise-level Linux/UNIX platform infrastructure both local to the University campus and within cloud resources. Work with the university’s academic, research, and administrative communities to identify opportunities to provide support for solutions. Assist in the design and implementation of processes involving the creation, installation, modification, integration, and configuration of Unix/Linux operating systems, hardware, application and utility software, and network services in support of this environment both locally and in the cloud. DIT-SSOBS-Platform, Data & Application Admin http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69613 2019-05-09T15:17:37-04:00 2019-05-09T15:17:39-04:00 Assistant/ Associate/ Full Professor The Department of Finance at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park seeks to hire finance faculty at the assistant, associate and/or full professor level to begin Fall 2019. The successful applicant will be expected to conduct top-level scholarly research, deliver high-quality teaching, and perform service. He/She is expected to teach courses to undergraduate, MBA, MS, and Ph.D. students. One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Robert H. Smith School of Business is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, M.S., Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as Business Week, Financial Times, U.S. News & World Report, and The Wall Street Journal. About Us For more information about the University of Maryland, please visit www.maryland.edu.For information about the Robert H. Smith School of Business, visit our Web site at www.rhsmith.umd.edu. For more information about the Department of Finance visit our website at http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/finance. BMGT-Finance http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75545 2019-12-06T12:17:28-05:00 2019-12-06T12:17:30-05:00 Lecturer The Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Undergraduate Program is searching for two Professional Track (PTK) faculty to teach undergraduate courses in the new major, advise/mentor undergraduate students, and continue to develop the new undergraduate curriculum in neuroscience on campus. One appointment will be made in the Department of Psychology and one appointment will be in the Department of Biology. Professional duties will be divided between the Neuroscience Undergraduate Program and the home department. Start dates will range from summer 2020 to fall 2020. This position description is for the position in the Department of Psychology. Please see the separate posting for the position in the Department of Biology as they may also be of interest. This is a 75% FTE 9 month position with benefits, leaving open the opportunity for up to 25% research, administrative duties, or additional teaching during the academic year. Additional summer/winter teaching may also be available. Title and rank for initial appointment will be based on experience. Initial contract length is 2 years with future renewable contracts for longer periods (up to 5 years). Professional Track Faculty titles at University of Maryland include Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, and Principal Lecturer. Professional track faculty positions do not count toward or lead to tenured or tenure-track positions at University of Maryland, but do include a promotion ladder. Professional track instructional faculty play a crucial role in the academic life of the Neuroscience Program and in the participating departments, both in the classroom and in serving as leaders in innovative undergraduate teaching and learning. The commitment of the academic units to undergraduate education has been recognized through numerous awards to faculty and lecturers for their teaching accomplishments and recognized by the University with various awards. BSOS-Psychology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72236 2019-07-31T10:53:16-04:00 2019-07-31T10:53:17-04:00 Lecturer Applications are invited for part-time adjunct Lecturers. We seek bioengineering professionals with an interest in teaching one or two courses a year for our Professional Master's Program in Bioengineering. We are currently in need of instructors that can teach the following list of courses though we are always looking for excellent instructors to teach any of our other Program courses, listed at https://advancedengineering.umd.edu/bioengineering. In addition to the 10-course Professional Masters, the Program offers a 4-course Certificate for professional development. ? Gene Editing and Synthetic Biology* ? Physiology for Bioengineers ? Medical Imaging and Image Processing ? Biomedical Device Development This non-tenure-track position will come with a stipend on a per-course basis and is ineligible for health benefits. *Ideally, an instructor for this course would begin Fall 2019. If interested, please submit an application for teaching this course 8/2/2019 to begin teaching 8/26/2019. ENGR-Fischell Department of Bioengineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74999 2019-11-11T15:45:38-05:00 2019-11-11T15:45:40-05:00 Financial Coordinator The University of Maryland, Division of Vice President of Administration and Finance (VPAF) seeks dynamic Financial Coordinator professional to join their team. This position acts as a shared financial resource for the division and as lead for all university business and financial system transactions for supported units. Reporting to the Director of Business and Financial Services, the Financial Coordinator will coordinate a full range of administration and financial activities involving budgeting, purchasing, travel, invoice processing, department fee reimbursement vouchers and transfers, data tracking and reporting utilizing university financial and business data systems. The incumbent works closely with units across the division to convey financial information clearly and accurately. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent financial and communication skills and a track record of working independently and in teams to deliver solid outcomes successfully. VPAF-Finance Administration http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75489 2019-12-04T10:44:00-05:00 2019-12-04T10:44:02-05:00 Assistant Dean for Development III, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences The Assistant Dean for Development III will serve as a major gifts officer and unit manager on behalf of the University of Maryland for the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences and for University Relations/Development. This individual will be responsible for the identification of potential major-gift donors. They will identify and engage regional development markets in collaboration with development colleagues, and maintain development travel schedules. This person will initiate first alumni contact for the dean, faculty, and other administrators, and coordinate with all development staff and gift stewardship activities with donor relations. The Assistant Dean for Development III will work closely with the Office of Gift Planning, Corporate and Foundation Relations office, Annual Giving, Leadership Annual Giving, Regional Giving team, and the Alumni Association on strategies for donors related to those areas. Further, they will coordinate strategic development events, and develop a major gifts pipeline to build a qualified prospect base for the school. This person will serve as a liaison between the faculty, staff, students, and potential supporters (individual corporations and foundations). Similarly, they will also serve as a liaison among the faculty and staff of the assigned unit(s) and/or project(s), and for University Development. The Assistant Dean will also serve as a member of the Dean’s senior staff for the college. They will supervise and manage the marketing and communications programs for the unit including strategic planning, branding, and outreach. In collaboration with Dean, this individual will identify new members and generally manage activities of the College’s Board of Visitors and Alumni Board. The position requires the availability to work evenings and weekends. Significant travel is required (60-70% of time with 20-30% out of the immediate area). VPUR-Development http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70929 2019-06-19T09:38:59-04:00 2019-06-19T09:39:01-04:00 Assistant, Associate or Full Professor The Special Education Program at the University of Maryland is seeking applications for an open rank Assistant, Associate or Full Professor with expertise in intensive academic and/or behavioral interventions for students with, or at risk for, severe or persistent learning and/or behavioral needs. This is an open rank tenure-track or tenured position scheduled to begin August 2020. Candidates should have strong or excellent training; evidence of high quality research and, depending on current rank, evidence of an established research program that has received external funding; interest in collaborative research within and across traditional disciplinary boundaries; and teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels. The expectation is that the candidate will affiliate directly with the highly ranked special education program within the Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education (CHSE). There is also ample opportunity to collaborate with other communities and research centers on campus, including the Language and Literacy Research Center, the Neuroscience and Cognitive Science Program, the Maryland Language Science Center, and the Maryland Neuroimaging Center. EDUC-Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73950 2019-10-02T10:35:24-04:00 2019-10-02T10:35:27-04:00 Communications Specialist The Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE) at the University of Maryland is in search of an individual to promote its research and increase its visibility. The individual is expected to interact with CALCE research staff, develop brief articles highlighting CALCE research activities and accomplishments, as well as create promotional materials highlighting CALCE capabilities and impact in a manner that will provide measurable increase in funded research and sponsorships. The individual will be responsible for creating electronic newsletters, developing print media, improving and supporting the CALCE web site, assisting with CALCE event planning and advertising, writing and issuing press releases, arranging and managing press interactions and alumni relations, creating and nurturing a CALCE identity on social media, as well as other activities to measurably improve CALCE communications and the CALCE brand. The successful candidate will be one who is highly proactive, has a strong ability to take the initiative in designing and implementing a holistic communication strategy, is an excellent communicator and a natural team player. Prior successful track record as a communications specialist is a strong plus. This position requires some degree of interaction and coordination with the communications teams in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Clark School of Engineering. ENGR-Mechanical Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74705 2019-10-29T16:24:37-04:00 2019-10-29T16:24:38-04:00 Faculty Specialist Applications are invited for a Faculty Specialist at the University of Maryland Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research (IBBR) in Rockville, MD. The Faculty Specialist will be involved in research projects involving engineering of vaccine candidates and characterization of immune responses in support of a multi-disciplinary, multi-PI, NIH-funded structure-based vaccine design research program. The overall goal is to design optimal recombinant antigens to principal neutralizing determinants and characterize the immunological responses to those determinants. The Faculty Specialist will be expected to independently design and apply molecular biology and biochemical tools for the expression, characterization, and testing of responses particularly in the study antibody-antigen and receptor interactions with a specific focus on enveloped-based viruses. The successful candidate will be able to generate purified recombinant vaccine antigens and recombinant antibodies using mammalian expression systems. The candidate will also perform rigorous biochemical analyses of the antigens including examining their interactions with both cellular receptors and antibodies to key antigenic sites. The antigens will be used for in vivo studies, requiring the individual to analyze serum responses using established biochemical and cell-based assay techniques. The individual will also facilitate general operation of the laboratory. IBBR (www.ibbr.umd.edu) is a premier research institute focused on the structural and quantitative biological characterization of complex protein structure/function relationships and bio-molecular engineering and testing of novel products or platforms targeting prevention or treatment of conditions of human disease and intervention. IBBR operates state-of-the-art facilities located in the heart of the biotechnology corridor in Rockville, Maryland. The Institute is a joint research enterprise between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and has an outstanding group of scientists and engineers with long-standing track records in basic and translational research. SVPAAP-Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75314 2019-11-22T14:21:45-05:00 2019-11-22T14:21:47-05:00 Assistant Athletic Trainer The Assistant Athletic Trainer will work under the medical supervision of the head team physician and is responsible for the day-to-day sports medicine/athletic training operations for assigned sport(s); to include prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of student-athletes; pre-participation physicals; maintaining medical records; monitoring insurance claims; daily interaction and communication with coaching staff, team physicians, athletic trainers and administration; attending team practices and events; manage functional movement assessments, corrective exercises and injury prevention programming. Collaborate with Strength and Conditioning, Nutrition and Mental Health providers and assist the Director of Athletic Training with other administrative duties as assigned. PRES-ICA-Support Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69682 2019-05-10T08:45:18-04:00 2019-05-10T08:45:19-04:00 Graduate Assistant, Website Content and Project Management The English Department is seeking a graduate assistant to serve as the Project and Content Coordinator for the redesign of the department’s website and the creation of an intranet. This position requires project management and research skills, experience writing web-based content, and technical savvy. While programming and database skills are useful underpinnings, this position will not have responsibility for programming or website design. Duties will include but are not limited to: Content Coordination ? Producing new and reimagined written and graphic content ? Analyzing existing content for potential streamlining ? Conducting benchmarking and research for content development ? Conducting content inventories and ensuring synchronization Project Coordination ? Gathering, analyzing, and reporting on stakeholder requirements ? Researching potential solutions (e.g. commercial Intranet) and producing recommendation reports ? Attending meetings, taking minutes, and following up on action items ? Tracking deadlines and reminding stakeholders of tasks and due dates ? Meeting with stakeholders to gather information and share project progress ? Updating project management system and maintaining documentation The ideal candidate will be available for 20 hours/week during spring and summer 2019. Depending upon performance and project status, the position may be renewed for the 2019-2020 academic year. (Please note: the deadline for spring 2019 tuition remission has passed, but the graduate assistant will be eligible for tuition remission beginning summer 2019, and beyond if employment is continued.) ARHU-English http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73289 2019-09-09T09:03:59-04:00 2019-09-09T09:04:01-04:00 Program Manager, Paving, Masonry & Metals Incumbent will establish work priorities for both contractual and in-house labor; develop and manage contracts according to Procurement rules and protocol; establish program priorities, provide financial forecasts, track budgets, and solicit appropriate funding. Incumbent will conduct programmatic field inspection to identify deficiencies and establish priorities within program parameters. Position will be responsible for preserving the character and historical quality of properties. Position will respond to emergencies in areas of responsibility. Based on inspection and client-driven requests, incumbent will establish plans, scopes of work, schedules, and cost estimates. Incumbent will assess impacted systems/areas for hazardous material content and coordinate testing/abatement as required. Incumbent will develop specifications for preventative maintenance and facilities renewal. Incumbent will provide technical support to architects, engineers, clients, coworkers, and other affiliated agencies. VPAF-FM-O&M-Contract Construction http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74351 2019-10-15T15:37:10-04:00 2019-10-15T15:37:11-04:00 Assistant/Associate/Full Professor The University of Maryland College of Information Studies (UMD iSchool) (http://ischool.umd.edu) invites applications for an open rank tenure-track or tenured position focused on pursuing novel, innovative, and impactful research that examines the changing roles and landscape of libraries of all types in the increasingly interconnected, dynamic, diverse, and information-rich world. We encourage applicants who exhibit deep understanding of the social dimensions and issues, and employ data-driven analyses that shape and ensure societal relevance of libraries. We also seek applicants who leverage data and digital technologies in and via libraries to empower and advance communities. Successful candidates will conduct research and teaching that either center on or strongly align with libraries. We seek a candidate whose work complements and extends the iSchool’s existing theoretical and methodological traditions in library-related research. The iSchool particularly seeks candidates whose scholarship and interests focus on one or more of the following areas: ● use of computational methods and data visualization to increase and demonstrate large-scale impact of libraries on society ● democratizing discovery and civic and economic engagement in and via libraries ● libraries as platforms for crisis intervention and community resilience ● models of libraries that support sustained improvements in community health and decreased health disparities ● building, management, and deployment of technologies for and in libraries ● emerging roles of libraries that reflect cross-functional, interdisciplinary, or cross-institutional leadership. Candidates with interests in other library-related topics are also encouraged to apply. INFO-College of Information Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72382 2019-08-07T08:55:00-04:00 2019-08-07T08:55:01-04:00 MSP Graduate Assistant One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Smith School is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Business Week, and The Wall Street Journal. This Graduate Assistant position involves providing the MS Office of Career Services with coaching, administrative and research assistance. High level student interaction and an opportunity to make a difference and impact the careers of others. This is a paid position, including tuition remission and health benefits. Total of 10 hours per week for a 9-month term of August 2019 - May 2020. Coaching Responsibilities 1. Provide in-person resume and cover letter reviews to specialty master’s population 2. Lead small-group coaching sessions 3. Participate in meetings, panels, workshops and team activities 4. Take notes on each student interaction and update in HireSmith Administrative Responsibilities 1. Manage the BMGT099 registration process and serve as Teaching Assistant 2. Participate in weekly update meetings 3. Event coordination and support 4. Create various documents and electronic information using Microsoft Suite 5. Manage, organize, and update relevant data using Excel applications and Google Drive 6. Coordinate the promotion of workshops, events and job opportunities 7. Research and investigate information to enable strategic decision-making 8. Any additional tasks as assigned BMGT-Dean-Career Management http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74225 2019-10-10T14:31:45-04:00 2019-10-10T14:31:46-04:00 Assistant Professor The Department of Anthropology, University of Maryland, anticipates hiring a tenure track assistant professor for August 2020. The Department of Anthropology is known for its strong theoretical emphasis and is nationally recognized for its applied methodological focus. Our faculty expertise center on three main core programs of focus—health, heritage, and environment. We have a demonstrated commitment to documenting, preserving and transmitting the knowledge of the past, as well as to illuminating and confronting the challenges of the present. Anthropology is unique at the University of Maryland because of our ability to teach smaller than average class sizes, which encourages the development of strong student-faculty mentoring relationships. We have five degree programs—BA/BS, MAA, MAA/MHP, MPS (CHRM) and Ph.D., and we continue to attract the best and brightest students. Qualifications include a Ph.D. in anthropology with specialization in the human dimensions of environmental change. The candidate must demonstrate an active research agenda with publications, field experience, extramural funding, and teaching excellence. The Department is seeking a candidate with expertise in ecological or environmental anthropology, whose research focuses on the impacts of environmental change on peoples and communities across multiple spatial and temporal scales. Quantitative or modeling skills are essential. The ability to integrate qualitative approaches is also desired. Research on coupled natural and human systems is of particular interest as is cultural heritage, human health, and environmental justice. Successful applicants must show a strong theoretical and methodological focus and be able to work in an interdisciplinary setting. The candidate must demonstrate an engagement with issues of diversity and inclusion and we invite candidates to explain how they incorporate these issues into their scholarship and teaching. The successful candidate will serve as a role model for students, and contribute to the Department’s commitment to diversity. The department welcomes applicants who can contribute to the development and implementation of a new interdisciplinary BS degree in Anthropology and are committed to our efforts to create a climate that fosters the growth and development of a diverse student body. The candidate is expected to teach courses in their area of interest at the undergraduate to graduate levels, a quantitative and statistical methods course on the graduate level, as well as established courses. Geographic area and sub-discipline are open. For best consideration, apply by October 27, 2019. BSOS-Anthropology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74841 2019-11-04T16:13:34-05:00 2019-11-04T16:13:35-05:00 AV Specialist The AV Specialist works within the Academic Technology & Innovation team to drive learning innovations through institutional-wide initiatives. This individual will work directly with the campus community to support classroom technology and facilitate AV operations in formal and informal learning spaces. The AV Specialist reports to the Manager of AV Systems and Classroom Support, who is responsible for daily operations and maintenance of approximately 335 instructional technology classrooms. The specialist is responsible for assisting faculty users and local department staff with instructional technology infrastructure. This position provides technical support that ensures the proper operation, maintenance, monitoring, testing and repair of complex networked AV equipment and control systems. The specialist will also be required to load programs on to Crestron control processors, touch panels, routers, audio DSPs (Crestron and others) and Crestron peripherals to support instructional technology classrooms. S/he will also review requirements and help to design classroom AV systems, build/install new classroom AV systems, perform tests and pilot installations of viable technologies. S/he will produce needed documentation. DIT-ATI-Learning Technology Strategy (LTS) http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75397 2019-11-27T00:01:26-05:00 2019-11-27T00:01:28-05:00 Assistant Coordinator for Prevention and Response Campus Advocates Respond and Educate (CARE) to Stop Violence is the confidential campus resource for those who have been impacted by sexual misconduct and relationship violence. The Assistant Coordinator (AC) will contribute to the development and oversight of interactive prevention education curricula for issues of sexual and relationship violence. The AC will also provide direct counseling services, client advocacy, and crisis intervention to primary and secondary victims of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment. The AC will help train Masters of Social Work (MSW) interns and undergraduate Peer Advocates. The AC will assist in the development of inclusive prevention education curricula for students, faculty and staff, and historically underserved or marginalized communities. The AC will assist in crisis intervention duty coverage, as needed, which includes some evening and weekend hours. -The Assistant Coordinator (AC) will contribute to the development and oversight of inclusive and interactive prevention education curricula for issues of sexual and relationship violence. -The AC will provide direct counseling services, client advocacy, and crisis intervention to primary and secondary victims of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment. -The AC will help train Masters of Social Work (MSW) interns and undergraduate Peer Advocates. -Other duties as assigned. VPSA-UHC-Mental Health Sum http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70151 2019-05-24T15:23:32-04:00 2019-05-24T15:23:33-04:00 Technical and Proposal Writer (Transportation) The Maryland Transportation Institute (MTI) is searching for a Technical and Proposal Writer who, based on inputs from MTI-affiliated centers, labs and faculty, can develop complex government and private sector technical reports and proposals that are well-written, accurate, responsive, and reflect customer-specific themes. The MTI is an umbrella for multiple transportation-focused research centers at the University of Maryland. The MTI was established, in part, to bring together multidisciplinary research groups on campus to encourage collaboration and innovation. The Technical and Proposal Writer will work with MTI-affiliated faculty members to write and develop technical reports and proposals, maintain the proposal development schedule, and work with MTI Research and Outreach Coordinator and lead PIs to organize proposal efforts. The Technical and Proposal Writer will be responsible for editing technical report, papers and other MTI publications, interpreting sometimes complex materials from principal investigators, and helping to craft a cohesive message that meets RFP requirements. The Technical and Proposal Writer will report to the Assistant Director of the MTI, and will work with the Director, other faculty, and students affiliated with the MTI. The position does not require travel; however, it may occasionally require working long hours, including evenings and weekends, to support project reporting and proposal efforts as needed. The selected candidate will be responsible for the following: ? Provides professional editing assistance to MTI faculty and ensure that their project deliverables and reports meet or exceeds the writing quality standards of project sponsors. ? Assists MTI PIs in proposal development. Write and edit proposals by assembling information from multiple sources (e.g., PIs and co-PIs; MTI-affiliated centers, labs, faculty; MTI subcontractors, partners); ? Works with MTI Research and Outreach Coordination in facilitating proposal concept by identifying and clarifying opportunities and needs; studying requests for proposal (RFPs); attending proposal strategy meetings. ? Ensures high quality presentation of technical reports, data, and proposals by evaluating text, graphics, and binding; coordinating printing. ? Maintains quality results by developing and using uniform MTI proposal and report templates; following technical and proposal writing standards including readability, consistency, and tone, while remaining in the sponsor guidelines for reports and proposals. ? Improves technical report and proposal writing results by evaluating and re-designing processes, approach, coordination, and boilerplate; implements changes. ENGR-Civil-Maryland Transportation Institute (MTI) http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73612 2019-09-20T13:04:57-04:00 2019-09-20T13:04:59-04:00 Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor The Fischell Department of Bioengineering at the University of Maryland, College Park invites applications for multiple tenured or tenure-track faculty positions. Candidates will be considered at all academic ranks and across all areas of bioengineering. We seek individuals with a track record of achievement; high potential to develop an innovative, collaborative research program; and commitment to excellence in graduate and undergraduate education. The department believes that diversity and inclusivity enhance our mission to educate and empower the next generation of bioengineers, enabling development and translation of biology-based knowledge to address societal grand challenges. All faculty joining the department benefit from generous compensation and start-up packages. Junior faculty are further supported with a formal mentoring program. The department also has a suite of unique seed grant programs to encourage collaborations within the university and with nearby institutions. ENGR-Fischell Department of Bioengineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74565 2019-10-25T08:50:25-04:00 2019-10-25T08:50:27-04:00 Security Engineer The Security Engineer reports directly to the Director, Infrastrastructure Services Engineering. The Infrastructure Services Engineering group is responsible for designing the platform, network, and collaboration systems that the University of Maryland relies on. The Security Engineer is responsible for understanding security requirements, industry best practices and current system designs. Responsible for identifying gaps or areas for improvement, and making recommendations for how to improve the overall security posture of service offerings. The Security Engineer will be involved in all stages of the service life-cycle both working to improve initial service/system designs from an architectural and administrative standpoint, as well as making similar improvements to existing production services. The Security Engineer is expected to be analytical and follow a risk-based approach and be able to effectively gather information about complex network and system configurations and prioritize improvements accordingly. The Security Engineer will need to work closely with system and network administrators, managers, DIT Security staff, and additional stakeholders in order to do this, so communication skills, both written and verbal, are very important. The Security Engineer will be responsible for prototyping and testing new solutions, and will take part in, and sometimes lead, the hands-on activities associated with security enhancements. Assists Director, Infrastructure Services Engineering in developing and maintaining security improvement plans for the group. Documentation and presentation skills are a critical component of this position. Design documents will contain diagrams, purpose statements, stakeholder requirements, test plans, required personnel and hardware resources, cost estimates and schedules. Presentation skills are required to present designs, market solutions to stakeholders, and to provide training to operations staff to medium sized groups (<20). Presentations may involve public speaking, utilization of current technology tools such as video clips and social networks and/or written communications. DIT-EE-Infrastructure Services Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75146 2019-11-18T14:19:38-05:00 2019-11-18T14:19:41-05:00 Director of Administrative Services This position is critical to the functioning of the Enrollment Management unit reporting directly to the Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management and supporting all areas of the unit to include central Enrollment Management, Undergraduate Admissions, and Financial Aid. This position is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the unit specifically in the areas of Human Resources, Business Operations (Budget, Finance, Accounting, and Procurement). Oversee all administrative, financial and personnel functions for the Office of Enrollment Management. Manage hiring and HR functions; serve as advisor to the Associate Vice President and senior leadership of EM on matters concerning administrative services and university fiscal and budget policies, oversee accounts, business services. Oversee team responsible for Human Resources and budget processes. SVPAAP-Enrollment Management http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69634 2019-05-09T16:03:14-04:00 2019-05-09T16:03:17-04:00 Professor and Executive Director The Brain and Behavior Insititute is a large, interdisciplinary, campus-wide research consortium including over 200 affiliated faculty members in approximately 45 departments across seven Colleges and Schools (College of Agriculture & Natural Resources; College of Arts & Humanities; College of Behavioral & Social Sciences; College of Computer, Mathematical, & Natural Sciences; College of Education; the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and the School of Public Health). The Executive Director will be expected to build upon the BBI’s established base to foster and integrate groundbreaking research and educational activities; work with departments, colleges and other partners to build neuroscience on both campuses; and to lead a research group that exemplifies scientific and technological excellence. SVPAAP-Sr VP Academic Affairs & Provost http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74378 2019-10-17T11:06:05-04:00 2019-10-17T11:06:07-04:00 Donor Relations Coordinator, Athletics Reporting to the Senior Director of Donor Relations for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, the Donor Relations Coordinator will assist with efforts to effectively steward major gift and leadership level annual donors. This individual will be responsible for implementing stewardship events, activities, and initiatives for Intercollegiate Athletics donors. VPUR-Development http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75023 2019-11-12T09:18:22-05:00 2019-11-12T09:18:24-05:00 Training Manager for Policy and Prevention The Training Manager for Policy & Prevention supports, informs and develops the University’s efforts to provide training, education and awareness programs designed to create and maintain a learning and working environment free from discrimination and harassment, including sexual misconduct. The Training Manager for Policy & Prevention is responsible for the following: (1) developing and presenting training to students, faculty and staff on the University’s Non-Discrimination Policy and Procedures and Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures, as well as other related policies and procedures supporting non-discrimination at the University; and (2) co-chairing and coordinating, with the University Health Center's Assistant Director for Campus Advocates Respond and Educate to Stop Violence (CARE), the activities of the campus-wide Sexual Assault Prevention Committee (SAPC), charged with implementing the University’s comprehensive sexual assault prevention plan. The Training Manager for Policy & Prevention will oversee completion of required programming activities within the sexual assault prevention plan; work with the Director and Title IX Coordinator to ensure continued University compliance with federal and state laws related to non-discrimination and sexual misconduct training and prevention programming; work collaboratively with diverse campus stakeholders to develop and execute an overall implementation strategy for the sexual assault prevention plan, and identify and develop educational and awareness events and initiatives for the campus community; promote awareness of Office of Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct (OCRSM) through written materials, presentations, online communication and participation in campus-wide events; in partnership with the Sexual Assault Prevention Committee (SAPC), conduct on-going audits of existing training program materials on campus, and ensure program components are in compliance with federal and state law, and meet best practice standards; and respond to requests for training, campus-wide. PRES-Office of Civil Rights & Sexual Misconduct http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/58450 2018-03-08T11:45:08-05:00 2018-03-08T11:45:09-05:00 Software Engineer and Application Developer The University of Maryland’s Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (CATT) encompasses several research projects that are supported by a combination of user fee revenue and grant funding. One of these programs, the Capital Wireless Information Net (CapWIN), continues to pursue technical development to expand its user base among public safety and transportation agencies throughout Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. To support this effort, CapWIN requires a computer programming resource to add features to its mobile data software solutions, including PC and handheld-based solutions. ENGR-Civil-Center for Advanced Transportation Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75509 2019-12-04T15:25:12-05:00 2019-12-04T15:25:14-05:00 Coordinator, Ph.D Program The Coordinator will support the Smith Doctoral Programs. This support will focus on overseeing administrative programmatic activities of the program. BMGT-Dean-PhD http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71215 2019-06-28T00:04:13-04:00 2019-06-28T00:04:15-04:00 Assistant Professor (Soil Chemistry) The Department of Environmental Science and Technology at the University of Maryland located in College Park, Maryland seeks candidates for a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor in soil chemistry. The position is 60% research and 40% teaching. The successful candidate is expected to establish an externally funded, nationally and internationally recognized research program in environmental soil chemistry, with an emphasis on employing fundamental chemistry approaches to soil systems across various scales in the landscape. The overall research goal of this position is to develop a premier basic soil chemistry program that will integrate theoretical, experimental, and modeling approaches. Possible areas of research scholarship could include interactions of organic and inorganic compounds with soils; the chemistry and dynamics of soil organic matter; or redox chemistry in soils. The successful candidate will provide leadership and partner with faculty in the department, college, and university to use novel and advanced instrumentation to address fundamental and applied research questions of soil chemistry. The successful candidate will secure extramural funding, publish in top-tiered journals, advise graduate students, and collaborate with colleagues in other academic, state, and federal institutions. Teaching responsibilities of this position will include an undergraduate course in soil chemistry and a graduate level course in advanced soil chemistry. Additional opportunities are available to develop and teach or co-teach new courses with faculty in the department. AGNR-Environmental Science & Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74029 2019-10-04T12:53:31-04:00 2019-10-04T12:53:33-04:00 Agent Associate (RAS Specialist) This position is located at the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology at the UMBC Columbus Center in Baltimore, MD. The University of Maryland Sea Grant College Extension Program is seeking an extension specialist for a multi-region project on the commercial production of Atlantic salmon using recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS). The successful candidate will provide direct support for salmon RAS production in the Central, North Atlantic and Mid Atlantic Sea Grant regions (as well as work with the newly formed National Coordinated RAS Network (NCRN). Extensive travel will be required for extension and project oversight duties and conference/meeting attendance. This position will report directly to the Maryland Sea Grant Extension Leader and to the Lead Principal Investigator of the NCRN. The position will also have responsibilities coordinating efforts between lead institutions in three states (Maine, Maryland, and Wisconsin). AGNR-UME-Sea Grant Extension http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74758 2019-10-30T17:05:05-04:00 2019-10-30T17:05:07-04:00 Program Manager, Hate-Bias Response & Advocacy Hate-Bias Response & Advocacy in the Office of Diversity & Inclusion (ODI) is responsible for providing resources to help create a culture of belonging and engage in restorative community building to further the University’s commitment to diversity and inclusion excellence. In addition, this unit administers the Hate-Bias Response Program (HBRP). Hate-Bias Response Program provides coordinated support services to individuals impacted by hate-bias incidents. HBRP also provides hate-bias trainings and preventive education; and manages the hate-bias report log and form. <br> The Program Manager, Hate-Bias Response & Advocacy will be a part of the Hate-Bias Response & Advocacy team and responsible for providing trauma-informed counseling and advocacy for people who have experienced hate-bias incidents. The Program Manager will conduct preliminary assessments (i.e., interviews, resource-needs analysis) for individuals reporting hate-bias incident. In addition, this position will maintain and update the hate-bias reporting database, the hate-bias log and incident form. This position will develop curriculum based on best practices and adult learning principles for campus constituents; and will deliver trainings around hate-bias and restorative practices. The Program Manager will execute and manage events such as restorative circles, meetings and discussion to provide a space for addressing incidents of hate-bias on campus (or elsewhere) that directly impact the University community. The Program Manager will compile data, write reports, analyze trends in the metrics. This position reports directly to the Director of Hate-Bias Response & Advocacy. PRES-ODI-Hate Bias Response & Advocacy http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75321 2019-11-22T15:19:19-05:00 2019-11-22T15:19:20-05:00 Associate Athletic Trainer The Associate Athletic Trainer will work under the medical supervision of the head team physician and is responsible for the day-to-day athletic training services for Football, to include prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of student-athletes; pre-participation physicals; inventory management of supplies and equipment; maintaining medical records; completing required insurance claims; daily interaction and communication with coaching staff, athletic trainers, and administration; attending team practices and events; supervising assistant athletic trainers and students; and injury prevention programming. Assist the Senior Associate Athletic Trainer for Football with other duties as assigned. PRES-ICA-Support Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70027 2019-05-22T16:25:54-04:00 2019-05-22T16:25:55-04:00 Assistant Director of the University Health Center for Behavioral Health The Assistant Director of the University Health Center for Behavioral Health provides the leadership, management, and clinical support for the University Health Center’s Behavioral Health Service and oversees a multi-functional service model to support the mental health of 41,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The position is 50% leadership/management and 50% clinical. Also serving as Assistant Director, University Health Center, the position contributes to the overall leadership of the University Health Center. VPSA-UHC-Mental Health Sum http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73331 2019-09-10T12:06:29-04:00 2019-09-10T12:06:31-04:00 Faculty Assistant Applications are invited for a Faculty Assistant position at the Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research (IBBR)/University of Maryland in Rockville, MD. Duties include cloning and recombinant protein expression in bacteria and yeast, as well as purification of proteins. Experience with mammalian cell culture is preferred. Duties also include use of analytical instrumentation such as flow cytometer, plate reader, and mass-spec, recording and documenting results, maintaining lab environment, and ordering supplies and materials. IBBR (www.ibbr.umd.edu) is a premier research institute focused on the structural and quantitative biological characterization of complex protein structure/function relationships and bio-molecular engineering and testing of novel products or platforms targeting prevention or treatment of conditions of human disease and intervention. IBBR operates state-of-the-art facilities located in the heart of the biotechnology corridor in Rockville, Maryland. The Institute is a joint research enterprise between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and has an outstanding group of scientists and engineers with long-standing track records in basic and translational research. SVPAAP-Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69663 2019-05-10T08:16:32-04:00 2019-05-10T08:16:33-04:00 English Instructor ? Conducting individualized instruction ? Assisting in the development of instructional materials ? Maintaining records of students’ progress and attendance ? Conducting mid-term and final examinations ? Grading examinations, quizzes, and assignments ? Assisting in preparing research reports ? Performing other duties as assigned UGST-Academic Achievement Programs http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72725 2019-08-20T09:20:43-04:00 2019-08-20T09:20:45-04:00 Faculty Assistant The successful individual will be appointed in the Department of Animal and Avian Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park. The Faculty Assistant will work under Dr. Tom E. Porter’s supervision. Our long-term goal is to define novel genetic and molecular mechanisms regulating growth and body composition in chickens. The Faculty Assistant will work on one or more of three projects funded by competitive federal grants. The first project is to define the mechanisms regulating the chicken’s production of its own growth hormone and the effects of its own growth hormone on meat production and feed efficiency in broiler chickens. Our specific objectives are to (1) characterize effects of premature growth hormone production resulting from corticosterone (CORT) injection into the incubating eggs on the growth performance of broiler chickens, (2) determine the effect of CORT injection on metabolic indicators, hormone levels, and gene expression in broiler chickens, and (3) identify key mechanisms within the growth hormone system of chickens. The second project is to elucidate the molecular regulatory mechanisms that control changes in metabolic pathways that occur in the liver of broiler chickens around the time of hatching. Our specific objectives are to (1) define effects of delayed feeding on expression of metabolic mRNA and regulatory miRNA in the liver of broiler chickens, (2) confirm miRNA regulation of mRNA targets, and determine effects of specific miRNA on hepatic lipolysis and lipogenesis, and (3) identify DNA-binding proteins that regulate expression of critical miRNAs during the metabolic switch at hatching in broiler chickens. The third project is to define the mechanisms underlying the differences in egg production among individual turkey hens within a flock. Our specific objectives are to (1) define the influences of estrogen and thyroid hormone on responsiveness of pituitary gonadotrophs to GnRH and GnIH in low egg-producing hens (LEPH) and high egg-producing hens (HEPH), (2) characterize effects of estrogen and thyroid hormone on responsiveness of F1 granulosa and small white follicle cells to gonadotropins in LEPH and HEPH, and (3) identify transcription factor proteins and miRNA that regulate important differentially expressed genes within the HPG axis of LEPH and HEPH. Additional information is available at http://ansc.umd.edu/people/tom-e-porter. The individual will be expected to independently conduct whole animal and cellular and molecular studies, coordinate sample collection and analysis, conduct data and sample analyses (isolation and culture of cells, production of recombinant plasmid and viral vectors, analysis of mRNA and hormone levels, and perform intracellular signaling assays), perform statistical analysis of data, and prepare results for presentation at scientific meetings and publication in scientific journals. Additional duties will include reading scientifically relevant literature, writing manuscripts for publication in scientific journals, assisting Dr. Porter in preparing extramural grant submissions, interacting with departmental administrative and business office personnel, and supervision of undergraduate and graduate students. Light lifting of vendor supplies is to be expected. AGNR-Animal & Avian Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74249 2019-10-11T11:31:49-04:00 2019-10-11T11:31:50-04:00 Assistant Professor in French and Francophone Studies The Department of French and Italian in the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at the University of Maryland invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor with a specialization in 19th-century French and Francophone literatures/cultures and expertise in Digital Humanities beginning August 2020. The successful candidate will be expected to teach four courses per year and play a key role in program development and interdisciplinary collaboration with scholars in Digital Humanities within and beyond SLLC. ARHU-School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74895 2019-11-06T11:16:29-05:00 2019-11-06T11:16:30-05:00 Coordinator of Administration Acts as an intermediary for the Chair of the Department of Physics and the Director of Faculty Affairs and External Relations, and serves as the public information, event, and communication coordinator for the Department of Physics. CMNS-Physics http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75415 2019-11-27T12:25:40-05:00 2019-11-27T12:25:41-05:00 Coordinator for Web Development Department Information The Department of Resident Life serves a highly diverse population of approximately 12,500 undergraduate students living in traditional residence halls, apartments, and suites including some public/private partnership apartment communities. About 46% of all resident students are enrolled in twelve living-learning programs covering a wide array of academic areas. Resident Life employs a diverse workforce of 88 full-time and graduate staff members and about 600 undergraduate student staff members. The Department values respectful, equitable, and inclusive practices and actively seeks candidates who can represent and serve the diversity of persons who live and work in the University of Maryland’s residence halls. The University of Maryland campus is located in the greater Washington, DC metro area just eight miles from downtown DC and 30 miles from Baltimore, MD. Additional information about the Department of Resident Life is available at www.reslife.umd.edu. General Description of Duties Under the supervision of the Manager for Creative Services, the Coordinator for Web Development serves as a member of the Department’s Creative Services Office and provides direct assistance and support for web, digital, and online projects. The position will lead and manage the transition and re-design of the department websites to the Drupal Content Management Systems (CMS). Primary responsibilities include the management, conceptualization, design, analysis, maintenance, accessibility, and continuous improvement of the department website, email marketing, and other digital properties. This position serves as the digital expert for the department; the position will lead all the digital marketing efforts (website management, email marketing, google analytics, and other digital initiatives) for the department with responsibility for developing and managing an innovative “digital-first” strategy that supports strategic priorities in recruitment, retention, alumni outreach, and digital fundraising. The position will collaborate with internal stakeholders to design and produce engaging digital elements that support the educational mission of the department; assists in developing and executing strategic digital marketing plans to engage current and prospective students and families; manages digital marketing for residence hall communities; utilizes the online project management system to coordinate and track projects; plans, produces, hires, trains, and supervises undergraduate student assistants; and manages the departmental visual identity and creative asset library. Remuneration The starting salary for this position is in the mid $50,000s. Benefits include tuition remission, retirement programs, health insurance, and annual and sick leave. VPSA-RL-Director Salary/L&A http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70155 2019-05-24T16:09:45-04:00 2019-05-24T16:09:46-04:00 Assistant/Associate/Full Professor University of Maryland, invites applications for one open-rank tenure-track faculty position in Information Systems, starting Fall 2019. We are seeking candidates with a strong commitment to high-quality research and evidence of ability to conduct impactful work publishable in top journals. We would also expect the faculty member to play a key role in the Department’s academic programs at the Doctoral, Master’s and Undergraduate levels, in terms of teaching and leadership. The DO&IT faculty at the University of Maryland (http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/doit/) is a vibrant group actively engaged in theoretical and applied research spanning information systems, operations management, management science, and statistics. The Smith School is a recognized leader in management research and education, with nationally ranked MBA, MS and undergraduate programs, as well as a strong doctoral program. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Business Week, and Wall Street Journal. The Department houses two research centers actively involved in research and teaching – Center for Health Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS) and the Center for Digital Innovation, Technology and Strategy (DIGITS). The incumbents will be expected to teach courses, conduct research, and perform service. BMGT-Decision, Operations & Information Technologies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73624 2019-09-20T16:49:12-04:00 2019-09-20T16:49:13-04:00 Manager The Manager of the Business Support team is responsible for supporting existing services and providing new services related to payroll, human resources, and other business offices. The Manager leads a team of software engineers (junior to senior) and performs a range of managerial duties including interviewing, hiring, terminations, salary adjustments, mentoring, coaching, performance review, and staff development. The position manages the day-to-day development activities and is responsible for the associated tasks within the software development life cycle, including project management, planning, coordination, testing, documentation, and ensuring the quality of deliverables. The Manager is expected to provide consistent and clear written and verbal communications, monitor individual and team progress, and proactively address schedule issues as necessary. At times, this position requires hands-on software development to complete initiatives on time. As a member of the leadership team, the Manager will provide progress briefings as needed, serve as a backup to the Associate Director, participate in activities to fulfill the department’s mission, and perform other duties as assigned. DIT-EE-Software Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74575 2019-10-25T11:23:45-04:00 2019-10-25T11:23:48-04:00 Director of Security In coordination with the Executive Director, VP of Research and other appropriate UM offices, responsible for the development and implementation of national security-related security policies, procedures, standards, training, and methods for identifying and protecting personnel, information, sensitive operations, material, and facilities from such threats as compromise, unauthorized disclosure, espionage or sabotage. Responsible for the interpretation and implementation of NISPOM, ICD (Intelligence Community Directives), NIST, contractual (DD-441/DD-254) and government sponsor security requirements for use in an academic/RDT&E setting. Responsible for the development and dissemination of written policies and standard operating procedures for UARC and university operations related to personnel and facility security for classified and government sensitive operations. The incumbent will coordinate information security with the UARC Director of Technology and other appropriate campus cybersecurity personnel. Act as an advisor to the Executive Director of ARLIS, VP Research and VPR leadership, the university President, the Chancellor, and the Board of Regents on matters relating to national security operations. Develop and facilitate personnel security indoctrinations, special briefings (e.g. – courier) and debriefings. Develop and administer regular training and awareness programs necessary to build and sustain a culture that values the importance of security and emphasizes adherence to applicable practices and procedures. Develop and implement outreach programs to ensure campus research personnel understand national security requirements when soliciting and undertaking classified and sensitive government research contracts/agreements. Responsible for personnel security clearances for multiple customers to include generation of forms, timely submission, tracking progress and management reports on the status of clearances. Develop and implement required insider threat, OPSEC, and visitor control programs per DoD and IC directives. Responsible for all the classified and controlled/CUI document control functions including acceptance, monitoring, reproduction, couriering, destruction, etc. Develop long-range goals using new advances in security techniques and technologies. Manage, track, and audit requests for access to government systems including JPAS, e-QIP, eFCL, and USG computer/network accounts (e.g. – SIPRNet). Responsible for developing, hiring, training, and supervising ARL-IS guard force; ensuring adequate protection and monitoring of facilities per NISPOM and ICD requirements. Default Search Committee Dept http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75175 2019-11-19T11:57:24-05:00 2019-11-19T11:57:26-05:00 Associate Director for Sponsored Programs Compliance and Cost Analysis The Associate Director (A.D.) reporting to the Director for Sponsored Programs Accounting and Compliance is responsible for analyzing and determining compliance and cost oversight associated with contracts and grants awarded for sponsored research activities. The Associate Director will provide supervision and leadership to the Assistant Director for Cost Accounting and the Assistant Director for Compliance. Specifically, the A.D. will: -Provide guidance on high risk and complex financial compliance issues for compliance team; -Manage cost and compliance teams and associated activities directly; -Ongoing review and revision of campus post award sponsored research policies & guidelines; -Monitor and Assess Risk using Data analytics and Internal Control Testing; -Create sponsored research policies, procedures, and guidelines in accordance with relevant Federal and State regulations; -Establish guidelines and conduct periodic internal reviews of high-risk department processes and transactions; -Prepare pertinent external audit and review documentation for Director as needed; -Partner with subject-matter experts for the development and delivery of sponsored programs compliance-related training and new internal control systems. -Provide overall strategic and project management plan to complete backlog of projects for Cost Accounting service center and effort reporting requests from campus. -Ensure there is cost training and knowledge transfer between the cost and compliance teams as needed. VPR-Sponsored Programs Accounting and Compliance http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74386 2019-10-17T13:49:58-04:00 2019-10-17T13:50:01-04:00 EEO Specialist Reporting to the Director and Title IX Coordinator of the Office of Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct (OCRSM), the incumbent is the University’s investigator primarily for cases of race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, marital status, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, religion including but not limited to allegations of discrimination and harassment, with a moderate level of complexity, submitted by students, faculty, staff, and persons who otherwise are subject to the University’s Non-Discrimination policy. The primary responsibility of this position is to investigate complaints alleging discrimination on the bases of sex, harassment, and retaliation as defined by University policy, to include violations of Title IX and other discrimination on the basis of sex, including cases of hostile environment. The incumbent will work closely with the Director and the Senior EEO Investigator within OCRSM using a team approach to address complaints. When a complaint is filed and deemed appropriate for investigation by the Director and/or Senior Investigator(s), the investigator will conduct a prompt and thorough investigation, which includes: interviewing complaints and respondents; identifying and interviewing witnesses; gathering and securing relevant documentation; and identifying other information that would be relevant and aid in conducting a fair and unbiased investigation. Additional responsibilities include working with the Senior EEO Investigator to resolve complaints through early resolution and voluntary agreement of the parties, when appropriate. The position requires significant writing and analysis, as well as implementation of trauma informed interviewing techniques, and on-going data management using the office data/case management system. As needed, the incumbent will assist the OCRSM Training Coordinator and/or Senior EEO Investigator to conduct training, develop campus programming and outreach, and engage in other duties as assigned. PRES-Office of Civil Rights & Sexual Misconduct http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75037 2019-11-12T13:24:34-05:00 2019-11-12T13:24:35-05:00 Assistant Research Professor The Maryland Robotics Center (MRC) at the University of Maryland, College Park, has an opening for a Professional Track (non-tenure track) Assistant Research Professor with primarily research responsibilities as well as some teaching responsibilities. We seek multiple dynamic, forward-thinking, and highly qualified individuals whose expertise fits into, but is not limited to, the following: Autonomy as applied to sensors and actuators, controls, planning, and the understanding of the basis for autonomous robots; new biological insights into complex kinematics and enabling mechanisms of air, ground, underwater systems; miniature autonomous robotic systems; design, fabrication, and testing of novel robotic platforms (e.g., soft robotic systems, miniature robotic platforms, and robotic platforms based on multifunctional structures and/or sustainable power); computer vision and perception for autonomous robots in challenging environments (e.g., underwater, highly cluttered natural scenes); cooperative and collaborative control of swarms of autonomous robots. The position will have teaching responsibilities central to the Master of Engineering in Robotics Program (http://www.robotics.umd.edu/engr) and will generally involve teaching 2-3 courses per year (teaching load can be determined according to candidate’s expertise and interest). ENGR-Institute for Systems Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/67079 2019-02-05T08:57:50-05:00 2019-02-05T08:57:51-05:00 Lecturer Position Summary/Purpose of Position: The Real Estate Development Program in the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, the Colvin Institute of Real Estate Development and the Center for Smart Growth Research and Education, periodically hires qualified professionals to teach in an adjunct capacity, typically teaching one semester and one course a year, but occasionally two courses and/or two courses a year. The Program offers a Certificate and a Master of Real Estate Development at the Graduate Level and a 5-course minor at the Undergraduate level. Successful candidates will demonstrate teaching potential and evidence of achievement and experience in their area of expertise that will help advance and complement the Programs’ educational mission. ARCH-Real Estate Development http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75513 2019-12-05T08:31:49-05:00 2019-12-05T08:31:50-05:00 Facilities Performance Mechanic Under general supervision of the Facilities Performance Group Operations Manager, the Facilities Performance Mechanic is assigned on a daily basis to maintain and repair utility meters, HVAC, lighting, electrical, building automation and devices that acquire data from these systems. The mechanic will review and ensure operational readiness of new and existing electro-mechanical systems and complete checkout of these systems as needed. The mechanic will also develop skills to use computers and mobile devices to program, operate, test and calibrate the electrical and HVAC metering devices use by the Facilities Performance Group to measure campus energy usage and system performance. VPAF-FM-E&E-Facility Performance http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71239 2019-06-28T15:04:39-04:00 2019-06-28T15:04:39-04:00 Lecturer, Writing Programs The Academic Writing Program and the Professional Writing Program at the University of Maryland, College Park, seek lecturers for the fall 2019 semester. Both the Academic Writing Program and Professional Writing Program are housed in and administered by the Department of English, and these programs are responsible for the courses that meet the university’s two Fundamental Studies Writing requirements. The Academic Writing course teaches students how to participate thoughtfully, critically, and persuasively in academic conversations, while Professional Writing courses teach the research, analysis, writing, and language skills that students will need in their lives beyond the classroom. Lecturers are directly responsible for teaching each 19-student class assigned to them. They design and teach interactive class lessons that help students learn how to plan, develop, compose, and revise each major writing project, and they grade and respond to student writing (at least five major projects per semester, each returned within two weeks of submission). Lecturers hold weekly office hours (at least one hour each week per each course being taught) and respond in a timely fashion to student questions and concerns. First-time lecturers are issued a standard syllabus and writing assignments for the course, which they are able to adapt in order to build on the experiences and expertise they bring to the particular course. Lecturers also participate in their respective writing program’s day-long professional development day before the semester begins and attend weekly (AWP) or biweekly (PWP) mentoring sessions with the program director or administrative fellows. Appointment Terms: Lecturers in the English department are initially appointed to semester-long contracts for up to two courses during their first two regular semesters of employment. Lecturers are observed in the classroom at least once during their first two semesters of teaching, they meet at least once with the director or faculty fellow to examine grading and responding practices, and they compose brief reflections on student mid-semester and end-of-semester evaluations. Upon satisfactory review in the first two semesters, lecturers are eligible for additional courses and longer-term contracts ARHU-English http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74040 2019-10-04T16:48:14-04:00 2019-10-04T16:48:15-04:00 Education Policy Faculty The Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership is searching for a tenure-track, open-rank faculty position in Education Policy. Located in the Washington, DC-Baltimore corridor, the University of Maryland, College Park, is the flagship research university and a land grant institution committed to rigorous research, quality teaching and informed public service. The Department is deeply committed to equity and excellence, embraces a broad range of theoretical and methodological orientations, values collaborative research and encourages faculty to work across divisions and specializations. The Department also supports the development and dissemination of policy-relevant research and school improvement initiatives through the Maryland Equity Project. The Department seeks candidates who can enhance our Education Policy program, help integrate this program with our Minority and Urban Education program, enhance our expertise on urban education reform and support students in conducting applied quantitative or mixed-methods research. EDUC-Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74772 2019-10-31T09:57:33-04:00 2019-10-31T09:57:37-04:00 Associate Professor/Professor The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Faculty Appointment in International Development, Economic and/or Security Policy (Associate or Full Professor) The School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, College Park seeks to appoint an Associate or Full Professor in the International Policy field, starting in Fall 2020. Candidates should have expertise in International Security, International Economic Policy, International Development or International/Global Governance. Candidates with interdisciplinary work, and whose work may range across one or more of these areas, are especially encouraged to apply. Disciplinary background should be in the areas of or closely related to public policy, economics, international relations or political science. Candidates should have an outstanding record of research, teaching and service commensurate with expectations for a senior associate or full professor rank at a highly ranked public policy program. This includes a superior record of scholarly publications in leading refereed outlets, policy engagement and impact, teaching effectiveness, and institutional service. The successful candidate will help build the School’s new undergraduate major, teach in its highly ranked graduate program, direct doctoral dissertations, and help students gain practical experience in the policy world. They will also be expected to serve on mentoring committees for junior professors in their fields. Application materials should include a letter of interest describing qualifications, a curriculum vitae, contact information for at least three references, and three recent publication or writing samples. Women and members of minorities whose hiring would enhance the School’s diversity are especially encouraged to apply. To apply, visit http://www.tztianfu.com, locate the position announcement and apply online. Materials sent outside of the online system cannot be accepted. Questions concerning the application process may be addressed to Katharine Zang, at kzang@umd.edu. Review of applications will commence on December 1, but the position will remain open until filled. Prospective applicants are urged to contact the search chair, Professor Susan W. Parker, swparker@umd.edu, at any time with any questions. PLCY-School of Public Policy http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75330 2019-11-25T00:06:16-05:00 2019-11-25T00:06:16-05:00 Account Clerk II The IREAP Account Clerk II will be under general supervision, perform moderately complex accounting, clerical or bookkeeping tasks to support procurement activities, accounts payable/receivable, inventory, travel and payroll. The accounting clerk will process payroll actions as needed, including visa actions. Process procurement requests for goods and services. Prepare travel arrangements and process travel approval and expense statements. CMNS-IREAP-Inst Res Elec & Applied Phys http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70060 2019-05-23T10:54:34-04:00 2019-05-23T10:54:35-04:00 Summer Graduate Assistant Position is for a full-time summer Graduate Assistantship in the Department of Aerospace Engineering. Responsibilities include: ? Assist with curriculum development of courses focused on ethics, student development, and leadership; ? Assist with improving current student programs and developing new student programs focused on retention initiatives; ? Assist with recruitment and marketing initiatives, including summer programs and outreach to high schools and middle schools; ? Assist with assessment projects, including survey design, distribution, and analysis; ? Respond to undergraduate email account dedicated to general undergraduate program inquiries. ENGR-Aerospace Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73397 2019-09-12T08:52:37-04:00 2019-09-12T08:52:38-04:00 Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition The English Department of the University of Maryland, College Park, invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in Rhetoric and Composition with a specialization in Digital Cultural Rhetorics, which includes the examination of how cultural identities—such as race, ethnicity, disability, or sexuality—shape digital texts, performances, and networks and/or how technology, software, social media, and geopolitical contexts influence representations and experiences of people from historically marginalized communities. Diversity, inclusion, equity, and access drive the mission of the English Department, and we seek candidates whose research, teaching, and service have prepared them to contribute to and advance this mission. Within their applications, candidates are asked to summarize their leadership efforts and past or potential contributions to diversity; contributions might include leadership in teaching, mentoring, research, or service towards building an equitable and diverse scholarly environment and/or increasing access or participation of individuals from historically underrepresented groups. For advanced assistant professor applicants, WPA experience is welcomed. Upon earning tenure, the person hired for this position would join the rotation of Language, Writing, and Rhetoric faculty who serve in fixed terms as administrators of the Academic Writing Program, Professional Writing Program, and/or Writing Center, which collectively serve over 7,000 students in writing classes and over 4,000 students in tutoring sessions each semester and were honored by the Conference on College Composition and Communication with the 2017 Writing Program Certificate of Excellence. The University of Maryland is located in College Park, eight miles from the heart of Washington, DC, offering its faculty access to world-class library and archival facilities, an array of cultural institutions, and culturally and linguistically diverse communities. ARHU-English http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75183 2019-11-19T14:22:44-05:00 2019-11-19T14:22:46-05:00 Project Manager The Project Manager (PM) will work with the Administrative Modernization Program (AMP) team to develop and manage the work flow process for all AMP projects to which they are assigned. The PM will be responsible for overseeing the AMP process from a given project’s inception, through charter development, and until all project deliverables have been completed. The PM will help define and follow standard operating procedures for successful project planning and completion, define and follow standards of quality for project planning and project deliverables, track and account for all aspects of projects (including budgeting and managing of expenses), review and approve project plans and timelines prior to final approval, and provide support to maintain tracking tools. Finally, the PM will provide high level administrative support to AMP leadership, generating reports and presentations when needed, etc. SVPAAP-Sr VP Academic Affairs & Provost http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69666 2019-05-10T08:21:12-04:00 2019-05-10T08:21:13-04:00 Graduate Research Assistant The communications graduate assistant supports the communications programs of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and its Maryland Transportation Institute, providing both general administrative support and execution of specific communications projects. This 12-month appointment entails 20 hours of work per week and may require occasional evening hours for events. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assists the communications coordinator in the execution of strategic communications for the department as a whole and the Maryland Transportation Institute specifically, including: *Researching and writing department and institute announcements for the web *Creating content for social media *Completing routine web edits and monitoring edits from others to ensure alignment with template and style guide *Editing content developed by the communications coordinator *Organizing and cataloging photos *Managing digital signage *Formatting and distributing newsletters *Developing and refining media lists *Supporting media events *Monitoring and reporting on web, social media, and newsletter analytics ENGR-Civil-Maryland Transportation Institute (MTI) http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72805 2019-08-22T10:38:49-04:00 2019-08-22T10:38:50-04:00 Resident Director Department Information: The Department of Resident Life serves a highly diverse population of approximately 12,500 undergraduate students living in traditional residence halls, apartments, and suites including some public/private partnership apartment communities. About 46% of all resident students are enrolled in twelve living-learning programs covering a wide array of academic areas. Resident Life employs a diverse workforce of 88 full-time and graduate staff members and about 600 undergraduate student staff members. The Department values respectful, equitable, and inclusive practices and actively seeks candidates who can represent and serve the diversity of persons who live and work in the University of Maryland’s residence halls. The University of Maryland campus is located in the greater Washington, DC metro area just eight miles from downtown DC and 30 miles from Baltimore, MD. Additional information about the Department of Resident Life is available at www.reslife.umd.edu. Position: The Resident Director (RD) is a live-on, full-time position requiring approximately 40 hours per week in the office and evening activities. The Resident Director is responsible for planning, organizing and directing community development, staffing functions, student conduct processes, and administrative details for up to 700 residents in one or more residence halls. The RD directly supervises a highly diverse undergraduate, part-time paraprofessional staff of 8-16 Resident Assistants (RAs) and potentially 1-2 undergraduate, part-time Staff Assistants. Most RDs advise a hall or area council. The RD is entrusted to guide the development of students and connect classroom learning to a residence hall setting. RDs participate in the Resident Director overnight duty rotation and respond to a variety of complex and/or emergency situations after business hours. Conditions of Employment - The Resident Director is a 12-month, live-in position. - Although the position requires approximately 40 hours per week, the nature of the position, at times, necessitates unpredictable workweeks including nights and weekends, and some weeks requiring more than 40 hours). - The nature of the position requires that the Resident Director live on campus in a furnished, assigned apartment located within the hall/area of responsibility. - The Resident Director position is provided the same holidays as other full-time Department of Resident Life community staff. Exceptions to this schedule may be made upon the mutual agreement between the Resident Director and their Community Director. - Resident Directors will be required to rotate into the after business hours, duty system during all break periods, including holidays and summer. Resident Directors rotate in the duty system by side of campus during the academic year. Resident Directors must remain within a certain distance of campus while on duty. Remuneration The starting salary for this position is in the mid $40s. Benefits include tuition remission, retirement programs, and health insurance. Resident Directors are provided 22 days of annual leave, 14-15 paid holidays, 15 days of sick leave and 3 days of personal leave each year. This is a twelve-month, live-in position with a furnished apartment. VPSA-RL-Director Salary/L&A http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74265 2019-10-11T16:04:09-04:00 2019-10-11T16:04:11-04:00 Agent (Wildlife Management Specialist) This is a State Specialist position located at the Wye Research & Education Center in Queenstown, MD. The Wildlife Management Specialist is responsible for planning, organizing, developing, implementing, and evaluating educational programs for Maryland agricultural and forest landowners, communities and citizens. Specifically, this position will provide leadership and delivery of educational programming related to wildlife management, wildlife damage and control methods of both game and non-game species in the rural and urban environments of Maryland. The Specialist will facilitate partnerships with university colleagues, local, state and federal agencies, elected officials, landowners and environmental groups in developing wildlife management practices, control methods, and damage assessment tools. The Specialist is expected to be part of the AGNR and UME faculty team as well as provide leadership for Wildlife related programs within the Environmental and Natural Resource Focus Area, one of four UME strategic programming initiatives. It is the responsibility of the Specialist to work intentionally and collaboratively to increase the visibility and reach of Extension programs through education designed to meet the needs of diverse audiences. The Specialist will interpret and disseminate the latest research findings using a variety of delivery and communication strategies appropriate for the intended target audience, including but not limited to workshops, classes, demonstration projects, webcasts, social media, publications, mass media and community coalitions. The faculty member will be on track for tenure and promotion to a higher rank in accordance with University policy and UME tenure guidelines within a timeframe defined. The Specialist will report to the Assistant Director and Program Leader of the Environmental and Natural Resource Program. AGNR-UME-Wye REC http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74922 2019-11-07T08:13:02-05:00 2019-11-07T08:13:02-05:00 Student A Student position is available immediately at the University of Maryland Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research (IBBR-Shady Grove) in Rockville, MD. Student will provide general clerical support to IBBR’s Business Office and Events Department. This may include data entry, filing, collating, photocopying, maintaining document organization, and other duties as assigned. Assist Events Department with marketing initiatives, data collection and mailing lists along with preparation, planning and day-of support for conferences, symposiums, workshops, and seminars. Flexible schedule of 10-20 hours/week , Monday- Friday with occasional early mornings/late evenings based on events. IBBR (www.ibbr.umd.edu) is a premier research institute focused on the structural and quantitative biological characterization of complex protein structure/function relationships and bio-molecular engineering and testing of novel products or platforms targeting prevention or treatment of conditions of human disease and intervention. IBBR operates state-of-the-art facilities located in the heart of the biotechnology corridor in Rockville, Maryland. The Institute is a joint research enterprise between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and has an outstanding group of scientists and engineers with long-standing track records in basic and translational research. SVPAAP-Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75432 2019-12-02T00:06:25-05:00 2019-12-02T00:06:26-05:00 Executive Sous Chef Reporting to the Production Manager/Chef, the Executive Sous Chef assists in the managing of all culinary and back of the house operations for a multi unit dining facility and commissary operation with yearly revenues over six million dollars. VPSA-DS-South Campus http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70402 2019-06-04T12:05:58-04:00 2019-06-04T12:05:59-04:00 Graduate Assistant for Web Development and Communications The Office of Undergraduate Studies (UGST) graduate assistant will work to design and maintain web pages and databases for selected UGST websites. Individual will be working closely with UGST staff and other UGST units on campus. The graduate assistant will gain experience in program coordination, communications, database development, web development, web page design and website architecture. In addition, as a member of the Office of Undergraduate Studies, the graduate assistant will attend and assist as needed with campus-wide programs sponsored by UGST, perform other related duties as assigned, and will post 20 hours per week. UGST-Undergraduate Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73626 2019-09-20T17:01:06-04:00 2019-09-20T17:01:08-04:00 Full Prof or Associate Prof with tenure The Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA is recruiting to fill an endowed position by Brin Family Foundation, with start dates on or after July 1, 2020. Outstanding mid-career and senior candidates in theoretical computer sciences across all sub-fields are encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will also be considered for joint appointments with the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS), a multi-disciplinary research institute. Exceptional candidates with possible focuses on advancing fundamental understanding and theoretical development related to Quantum Computing, Machine Learning, Data Science, Cybersecurity, and Artificial Intelligence are being sought. Applicants working at the boundary of computer science and related disciplines are also encouraged to apply, and may be considered for joint positions with other departments or institutes on campus. A candidate should indicate in their cover letter if they might be interested in such a joint appointment. The department is committed to building a diverse faculty pre-eminent in its missions of research, teaching, and service to the community, and it especially encourages applications from women and underrepresented minorities. In addition, candidates who have experience engaging with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students and contributing to a climate of inclusivity are encouraged to discuss their perspectives on these subjects in their application materials. Interested candidates should apply on-line at http://www.tztianfu.com in order to receive consideration. Search under Faculty for position #125319. The review of applications will begin on October 15, 2019, and applicants are strongly encouraged to have complete versions of their materials – including a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, research and teaching statements, and recommendation letters from at least four references – uploaded by that date for full consideration. Candidates will be prompted when submitting application to submit all information for their references. Questions can be directed to the faculty recruitment committee at: brinchairsearch@cs.umd.edu. The Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland is consistently ranked among the top-15 nationally. It is one of the largest departments in the country, with approximately 55 full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty covering a wide variety of research areas and over 295 doctoral students drawn from top undergraduate programs nationally and internationally. In 2019, the department moved into its new state-of-the-art facility, the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering. Additional information about the Department of Computer Science and UMIACS is available at http://www.cs.umd.edu and at http://www.umiacs.umd.edu. To learn more about the Iribe Center, please visit: https://iribe.umd.edu/. CMNS-Computer Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74612 2019-10-25T15:20:34-04:00 2019-10-25T15:20:35-04:00 Construction Quality Assurance Coordinator The position will be responsible for assisting the department Lead QA Manager in implementing and monitoring construction QC/QA best practices for successful delivery of construction projects at UMD College Park and UMD Service Center schools. Projects will consist of multiple, small and large-scale construction projects. Assist On-Site Construction Reps in the field and perform inspections/reporting in their absence. Help ensure that CM/GC’s develop proper project quality control programs that incorporate UMD and project specified standards. Responsible for quality assurance administration, design review, inspection and testing efforts for projects during construction and close-out phase. Update project assignments, work schedules and provide weekly project updates. Provide oversight of project commissioning efforts. Assume the QA Manager duties in their absence. Assume Warranty Administrator duties in their absence. Promote and monitor site and personnel safety. VPAF-FM-P&C-Technical Support http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73463 2019-09-13T16:35:04-04:00 2019-09-13T16:35:05-04:00 Student The student helper will work with ITF staff to rear and maintain Black Soldier Fly colonies including both wild type and genetically manipulated lines. Duties will include cleaning of rearing equipment and cages, collection of life stages, screening for visual markers, data collection and record keeping, supply inventory and ordering. IBBR (www.ibbr.umd.edu) is a premier research institute focused on the structural and quantitative biological characterization of complex protein structure/function relationships and bio-molecular engineering and testing of novel products or platforms targeting prevention or treatment of conditions of human disease and intervention. IBBR operates state-of-the-art facilities located in the heart of the biotechnology corridor in Rockville, Maryland. The Institute is a joint research enterprise between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and has an outstanding group of scientists and engineers with long-standing track records in basic and translational research. SVPAAP-IBBR-Self-Supporting Activity http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74408 2019-10-18T12:33:12-04:00 2019-10-18T12:33:13-04:00 Senior Business Manager The University Of Maryland Department Of Public Safety is under the division of Vice President of Administration and Finance (VPAF). Public Safety is a professional law enforcement organization that employs over 125 dedicated men and women. These individuals provide a complete array of law enforcement and related services to our community of approximately 80,000 members, which includes a student population of approximately 40,000. Public Safety is looking for a Senior Business Manager to join their team. Besides our sworn police officers, UMPD employs over 85 Student Police Aides who perform a wide variety of security and related tasks including patrolling the campus on foot and bicycle, providing walking escorts, working as contract security, and providing traffic direction and control at special events. UMPD also employs 65 Security Operations Center Monitors who monitor 500 security cameras throughout the UMCP campus and within the City of College Park. The University of Maryland Department of Public Safety at College Park is also the only non-county organization State-wide to operate a full service 911 Emergency Communications Center. Under the supervision of the VPAF Business and Financial Director, the Senior Business Manager is responsible for managing a full range of business and financial services including financial reporting, budgeting, invoicing, procurement, travel, cost accounting for special event service rates and fees. Generally supervises administrative assistants, accounting clerical positions and/or graduate financial students. VPAF-Public Safety http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75057 2019-11-13T13:14:44-05:00 2019-11-13T13:14:45-05:00 Graduate Assistant The primary responsibility of the Graduate Assistant in the ECE Undergraduate Office (ECE-UGO) is to provide academic advising support to undergraduate students majoring in electrical and computer engineering. This will include updating academic records, answering advising inquiries (email, online advising forms, and in-person), conducting group advising, and meeting with students for in-person advising as needed. Additionally, the Graduate Assistant will be responsible for advising incoming students during summer and winter orientation programs, assisting with related administrative matters, helping coordinate and execute various procedures and events related to academics and student activities, participating in recruitment and outreach activities, help staff the ECE-UGO front desk, and other related duties as assigned. Assistants are required to work normal University operating days throughout the year. ENGR-Electrical & Computer Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/67185 2019-02-07T15:43:16-05:00 2019-02-07T15:43:17-05:00 Project Manager The University of Maryland Fischell Department of Bioengineering is seeking a faculty specialist to serve as project manager for the National Science Foundation (NSF) – funded Engineering For US All (E4USA) project. Anticipated employment Duration: January 2019 through January 2022 Responsibilities Include: Serving as the primary point of contact for the planning and implementation of the Engineering For US All (E4USA) project ? Coordinating with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that communication and all logistical aspects of the project are successfully completed ? Defining roles and responsibilities for the project ? Create and maintain a timeline of deliverables for the duration of the project ? Communicate timely information regarding deliverables to all stakeholders ? Coordinating and developing content for reports to be delivered to NSF and other stakeholders ? Scheduling and documenting the outcomes of all meetings, including interactions with E4USA partner schools ? Ensuring that online and technical communication is current and accurate ? Supporting curriculum development, assessment, and research teams in E4USA with administrative tasks, such as IRB documentation and other required forms ? Assisting with the recruitment of high schools ? Completing other administrative duties, as assigned ENGR-Fischell Department of Bioengineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75517 2019-12-05T09:59:30-05:00 2019-12-05T09:59:31-05:00 Project Coordinator Under the direction of the Assistant Director of Finance and in collaboration with the PIs and research staff, the Project Coordinator is responsible for supporting the research and financial activities in the management of research projects at the Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence & Security (ARLIS) and Security & Intelligence at MD (SIM). The Project Coordinator provides support in the areas of Project Management, Research and Finance, as well as performing other duties as assigned. S/he needs to be comfortable working both independently and in a team in a fast paced environment, utilizing MS Office skills and sponsored project support experience to coordinate post-award activities such as project initiation, staffing of research tasks, monitoring spending plans, performing account reconciliations, and coordinating the preparation of status reports. The Project Coordinator will support and/or coordinate the planning of meetings and events with various relevant stakeholders. S/he will work with members of the Project Management, Research and Finance teams as required to prepare reports, budgets, realignments, and documentation required for post-award management. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71246 2019-06-28T16:04:34-04:00 2019-06-28T16:04:35-04:00 Manager, Satellite Campuses This position will assist the Director with all operations for the Robert H. Smith School of Business in Van Munching Hall (VMH) and all of the satellite locations including but not limited to Facilities (maintenance, repairs, renovation/construction, housekeeping, furniture, occupancy listing/floor plans, etc.), Telecommunications (including data jacks, Voice over IP-VoIP desk phones and cell phones), Safety & Security (alarm systems, ID Card Access, Keys, etc.) The incumbent will support and assist with all aspects of the Smith Operations department including, but not limited to, problem solving and trouble shooting, customer service, security, user support services, event logistics/setup and ticketing system for all services/requests. Additionally, the incumbent will learn all aspects of the Event Management Scheduling (EMS) system to oversee and support all non-academic scheduling/reservations including, but not limited to setting up accounts, edits and changes to system information, preparing and distributing reports, and troubleshooting. The position will have primary staffing responsibility and support for the satellite campus at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC. The incumbent will work three-(3) days at the Reagan Building, two-(2) days at Van Munching Hall, and may be required to work at the BioPark as needed or requested for special requests/events. A flexible work schedule will be required as this position may be scheduled for early mornings, late evenings or weekend shifts as needed or requested. BMGT-Dean-Smith Operations http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74055 2019-10-07T00:04:59-04:00 2019-10-07T00:05:00-04:00 Post-Doctoral Associate JIFSAN, a joint program of the University of Maryland and the U.S. FDA, is seeking a Post-Doctoral Associate to collaborate with U.S. FDA Scientists from the Office of Regulatory Science, on research focused on characterizing engineered nanoparticles in foods. The successful candidate will work with FDA Scientists at the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition in College Park to develop methods to extract, detect and quantify engineered metallic nanoparticles in foods by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. Duties: ? Develops a method to isolate ENPs from food matrices. The candidate may use extraction techniques such as microwave digestion and followed by ENP characterization by single particle ICP-MS. ENPs should be characterized by size distribution, particle number and concentration in the food. ? Develops a data evaluation tool / technique to quickly process large spICP-MS datasets including estimated measurement uncertainty. ? Operates and maintains all scientific instrumentation. AGNR-Dean-Joint Inst for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74787 2019-10-31T16:19:15-04:00 2019-10-31T16:19:15-04:00 Contract Administrator The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) seeks a Contract Administrator for the Office of Research Administration and Advancement (ORAA). This position reports to the Vice President for Administration and has responsibility for research administration functions for UMCES. This includes contract and grant proposal review and submission, award negotiations and administration, assisting faculty and staff with management and administration of awards throughout their life cycle. The successful candidate will also analyze sponsored awards for compliance and consistency with federal and state laws and regulations. This position is a contingent II, contract position for at least one year. UMCES- Center for Environmental Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75332 2019-11-25T00:06:18-05:00 2019-11-25T00:06:20-05:00 Innovation Manager Physical Sciences Within UM Ventures-College Park, The Innovation Manager will identify and review university inventions for commercial potential through direct interaction with university scientific, licensing, and intellectual property staff. This position will research, develop, and author non-confidential marketing summaries for a broad variety of physical science and engineering based university technologies. The Innovation Manager will assist with the development of marketing strategy and direction for technology commercialization projects and will function as part of an interdisciplinary team ensuring the university optimizes and protects its inventions, materials, technologies, discoveries, and innovations. The Innovation Manager reports to the Director of Licensing. VPR-Office of Technology Commercialization http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70127 2019-05-24T13:48:43-04:00 2019-05-24T13:48:44-04:00 Post-Doctoral Associate The High-speed Aerodynamics and Propulsion Laboratory at the University of Maryland, College Park has an open post-doctoral position in high-speed flow measurement. The position will involve the development and calibration of various sensors and diagnostic techniques (e.g., pressure, heat-flux, and optical diagnostics) for use in hypersonic wind tunnels at UMD and potentially at other locations. Particular emphasis is to be placed on high-frequency measurements. The appointment will be in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, full-time, for at least one year, with the possibility of renewal pending satisfactory performance and funding. Remuneration will be competitive and based on qualifications. The expected start date is July/August 2019, contingent upon funding approval. ENGR-Aerospace Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74629 2019-10-25T16:48:30-04:00 2019-10-25T16:48:31-04:00 Executive Chef Reporting to the Assistant Director, responsible for all culinary operations in a high volume kitchen open up to 20 hours per day with yearly revenues in excess of 15 million dollars. Duties include overseeing, ordering products, inventory control, staff training, quality and quantity control, development, evaluation, scheduling and supervision of culinary staff. Serves as a member of the units' leadership team and works collaboratively with the managers of the unit and with culinary leadership of other units. VPSA-Dining Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75205 2019-11-20T09:30:19-05:00 2019-11-20T09:30:21-05:00 GA - MLAW’s Law and Society Minor Description: MLAW’s Law and Society Minor is an academic minor in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS) for upper level students enrolled in any major at UMCP. More information is available at http://mlaw.umd.edu. In fall 2019, MLAW enrolled its sixth cohort of 75 students in each program. The students in L&S will be exploring the relationship between law and society through a series of required and elective courses and an internship. This GA position serves as the point person for one 3 credit course per semester that includes discussion sections, and two courses per semester without discussion sections. The courses will be taught by faculty from BSOS and the Carey School of Law for MLAW students. Responsibilities also include providing administrative assistance and event support to MLAW Programs. BSOS-Dean-MLAW Programs http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69669 2019-05-10T08:25:16-04:00 2019-05-10T08:25:17-04:00 MS Accounting Graduate Assistant One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Smith School is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Business Week, and The Wall Street Journal. This Graduate Assistant position involves providing the MS Accounting Office of Career Services with coaching, administrative and research assistance. High level student interaction and an opportunity to make a difference and impact the careers of others. This is a paid position, including tuition remission and health benefits. Total of 10 hours per week for a 12-month term of August 2018-August 2019. Coaching Responsibilities 1. Provide in-person resume and cover letter reviews to MS Accounting population 2. Lead career development workshops and/or small-group coaching sessions 3. Participate in meetings, panels, workshops and team activities 4. Take notes on each student interaction and update in Master Student Tracker 5. Provide individual coaching to students as needed on career skills such as networking and interviewing Administrative Responsibilities 1. Participate in weekly update meetings 2. Create various documents and electronic information using Microsoft Suite 3. Create statistical tools and reports using spreadsheets 4. Manage, organize, and update relevant data using excel applications and Google Drive 5. Coordinate the promotion of workshops, events and job opportunities 6. Research and investigate information to enable strategic decision-making 7. Any other tasks as needed BMGT-Dean-Career Management http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72921 2019-08-27T10:53:07-04:00 2019-08-27T10:53:08-04:00 Graduate Assistant - Counselor/Advisor Pre-College Programs is seeking innovative, student-oriented candidates to encourage, engage and excite students. Successful candidates must be able to provide a rich counseling and academic program to high school students. Specific responsibilities include: Counsels and advises students on career possibilities and post-secondary opportunities. Works on an individual and group basis with students to provide social and personal counseling. Help program students to complete post-secondary admissions applications and financial-aid forms. Plans and coordinates workshops and activities for students, parents and schools. Monitors and manages student records according to program specifications. Assist in organizing, developing, implementing, and administering social, educational, and service-learning programs/activities for Upward Bound Programs’ participants. Deliver student recruitment and informational sessions for grant-determined school district population, parent/student events, and community stakeholders. Assist with developing and implementing academic year and summer residential programming in compliance with federal guidelines as outlined in grant. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with school district, community partners, and campus and University-wide offices. Understand and articulate unit polices and federal grant guidelines in oral and written communication. UGST-Pre-College-Program in UG Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74269 2019-10-11T16:17:20-04:00 2019-10-11T16:17:21-04:00 Assistant / Associate / Professor The Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD) (https://www.mse.umd.edu) is embarking on a substantial expansion by seeking outstanding individuals for multiple tenured/tenure-track faculty positions in the areas of: (1) advanced microscopy that pushes the boundaries of materials characterization; (2) additive manufacturing of metals and composites, (3) materials for advanced and quantum computing, (4) materials for extreme environment in energy and defense systems, (5) computational materials science, and (6) applied experimental physics on emergent materials. We seek candidates who can contribute to the excellence and diversity of the academic community through vibrant teaching, research, and service efforts. ENGR-Materials Science & Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74926 2019-11-07T10:36:57-05:00 2019-11-07T10:37:00-05:00 Full Stack Engineer ● This position will be the focal point of our systems integration of computer, storage and networking in UMIACS. They will work closely with the technical staff to administer and operate the Institute's technical capacity to meet the dynamic systems requirements for our faculty, labs and centers. ● Required to support our workload management software and its cluster integration. ● Will be responsible for our virtualization stack of both open source and commercial virtualization platforms. ● Supporting our open source or commercial data storage systems. ● Contribute to supporting our help desk infrastructure with operational hours overseeing the desk. CMNS-Institute for Advanced Computer Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75434 2019-12-02T10:02:35-05:00 2019-12-02T10:02:36-05:00 Animal Import/Export Coordinator This is an essential position in the Department of Laboratory Animal Resources (DLAR). Working independently with minimal supervision, the Animal Import/Export Coordinator will manage the procurement, import and export of laboratory animals following applicable protocols and standard operating procedures, maintain a database for tracking animals, perform all activities related to the animal sentinel program, coordinate and provide animal care services and provide technical support for research animals, assist with training programs, provide veterinary supportive care as directed by a veterinarian, and conduct other tasks as assigned in support of laboratory animal research. Species supported include, but are not limited to, rodents, rabbits, reptiles, amphibians, song birds, barn owls, ferrets, and swine. The incumbent will work in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, industry standards governing animal research (NIH/OLAW/AAALAC), University guidelines, departmental procedures, and all safety procedures according to University standards and standard operating procedures (SOPs). This essential position supports the animal care program and occasionally requires attendance on weekends, holidays and during emergency conditions, such as inclement weather and power failure. Additional weekday overtime work may occasionally be required. VPR-Laboratory Animal Resources http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70419 2019-06-05T09:41:37-04:00 2019-06-05T09:41:37-04:00 Wind Tunnel Manager The Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel is a state-of-the-art low speed wind tunnel that has been actively involved in aerodynamic research and development since 1949. Through more than 2200 tests, the GLMWT has helped collect data on a wide variety of aerodynamics challenges. From airplanes to automobiles and bobsleds to building structures, we have a wide-range of experience addressing diverse aerodynamic designs. Under guidance from Wind Tunnel Director and Assoc Director, this position will participate in and serve as lead in Wind Tunnel test operations. Additionally, this position will lead the development and implementation of new testing capabilities, as well as the improvement of existing systems. The position will also play a pivotal role in business development initiatives by assisting in proposal writing and responding to potential user inquiries. This individual will also be familiar with all aspects of facility maintenance, manage scheduling, assist the team in planning the direction of laboratory initiatives, and take a primary role in the implementation of adopted plans. ENGR-Aerospace Wind Tunnel http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73686 2019-09-23T14:57:34-04:00 2019-09-23T14:57:36-04:00 Assistant Research Scientist The University of Maryland Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) seeks to hire an Assistant Research Scientist to work on projects that involve applying psychology knowledge and methods to security or intelligence problems and domains. For instance, the scientist may work on social influence and how to counteract disinformation; computational linguistic methods of detecting individual differences, such as personality; selection and performance appraisal of individuals in cyber security jobs; and detecting and mitigating insider threat and building insider trust. Duties: ? Work with multidisciplinary teams of research scientists (e.g.,data scientists, linguists, psychologists, computer scientists) to design and carry out research ? Review and synthesize existing literature ? Prepare applications and maintain records for the Institutional Review Board (IRB) ? Direct and conduct data collection in a variety of settings and using a variety of methods ? Train faculty research assistants and undergraduate assistants ? Analyze data qualitatively and quantitatively, such as applying established and new analysis methods to novel data sets ? Develop new analysis methods and design methods, such as for deploying detection measures for possible insider threat in the field ? Prepare presentations, reports, and scholarly publications related to research This is a full-time position with benefits. The position is subject to the availability of funding. The applicant must have an interest in building expertise in and conducting research in applied psychology. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70135 2019-05-24T14:06:27-04:00 2019-05-24T14:06:29-04:00 Summer Instructor - LIFT The Pre-College Programs LIFT Academy is seeking innovative, student-oriented candidates to encourage, engage and excite students during our 2019 Summer Program. Successful candidates must be able to provide a rich curriculum with project-based learning to high school students. Specific responsibilities include teaching key concepts in a variety of formats: hands-on, direct instruction, group work and one-on-one with students; teaching daily in areas of expertise and providing a presentation platform for students at the culmination of their enrichment course; taking part in weekly staff meetings, to occur after every Friday session and coordinating with the LIFT Staff to ensure smooth classroom operations. UGST-Pre-College-Program in UG Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73468 2019-09-16T09:24:42-04:00 2019-09-16T09:24:44-04:00 Graduate Academic Counselor Under the direction of the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School with a high level of engagement and cooperation with the Director of the University Counseling Center and the Director of the University Health Center, the Academic Counselor is responsible for providing case management services for graduate students who are experiencing issues and challenges in their academic program. The Academic Counselor will serve as a central point of contact for graduate students and program staff and faculty, providing information and referral services as well as guiding students who are experiencing difficulties that impact their education and research progress. The Academic Counselor is the key staff person integrating academic and counseling support resources. Duties will include communicating to graduate students, staff and faculty the availability of support services; fielding referrals of individuals facing challenges; coordinating review and response to documentation provided by health professionals in connection to the Leave of Absence policy; recommending and coordinating strategies and solutions; and appropriate handling or referring of cases of graduate students. The Academic Counselor will also oversee and coordinate general wellness programs for graduate students and is responsible for outreach to students and various campus partners on these topics. Provides individual consultations as necessary and appropriate. This position works closely with the Graduate School, departments and programs, the University Counseling Center, the University Health Center, the BETA (Behavioral Evaluation & Threat Assessment) Team, and other campus and community resources to identify and refer as early as possible students whose behavior suggests the need for counseling or other academic support services. GRAD-Graduate School http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74440 2019-10-21T10:59:50-04:00 2019-10-21T10:59:52-04:00 Coordinator (ROTA) Under the general supervision of the Assistant Director and Program Leader for UME’s Family and Consumer Sciences program (FSNE), the Project Coordinator will work to implement the goals of the Rural Opioid Technical Assistance (ROTA) grant. The Project Coordinator will provide administrative support, project coordination, and operational support for the grant project. The goal of the grant project is to increase the capacity of communities to address the growing opioid epidemic in rural Maryland. This will be accomplished through a multi-prong strategy to include: 1) Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) curriculum; 2) Botvin Lifeskills (evidence-based programming) for youth and parents/ caregivers; and 3) Technical Assistance and Training for opioid prevention and treatment information. The Project Coordinator will work with faculty and staff in UME to develop a web-based content management platform with resources for rural residents, and support for local practitioners. AGNR-UME-Family and Consumer Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75083 2019-11-14T09:33:30-05:00 2019-11-14T09:33:31-05:00 Post-Doctoral Associate A postdoctoral researcher is sought to assist in research activities focusing on understanding the impacts of the quantitative frameworks used to probabilistically assess natural hazards on (re)insurance markets and policies. Probabilistic assessments of natural hazards serve as the starting point for risk assessments and subsequent risk-informed decisions. The quantitative assessment frameworks used for various natural hazard groups (e.g., coastal, fire, seismic, precipitation, and inland flooding hazards) have been developed and researched in relative isolation, leading to significant differences in the way in which the respective hazard assessments are performed. Initially, this project will focus on (1) examining the fundamental conceptual and practical differences in frameworks used to assess a range of natural hazards, and (2) exploring and quantifying how these differences are the result of or have led to differences in regulatory risk tolerances and (re)insurance markets. This project will also identify opportunities to learn and transfer knowledge across natural hazards-centric engineering, policy, and actuarial disciplines with the goal of improving and bringing consistency across hazards. ENGR-Civil-Maryland Transportation Institute (MTI) http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/68131 2019-03-15T11:10:56-04:00 2019-03-15T11:10:57-04:00 Front End Drupal Developer The Robert H. Smith School of Business’ Office of Marketing Communications is looking for a qualified Front-End Drupal Developer to join our team on a temporary basis. This role will be responsible for helping build the consumer side of our web applications. The Front-End Developer will be responsible for: -Designing different page templates based on a newly developed kitchen sink -Implementing these new templates throughout the larger Maryland Smith website -Migrating content into these new templates in an expedient manner -Active contributions to all UI/UX decisions -Helping formulate an effective, responsive de BMGT-Dean-Office of Communications http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75532 2019-12-05T16:41:37-05:00 2019-12-05T16:41:38-05:00 Assistant Dean for Development II, School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation The Assistant Dean for Development II will serve as a major gifts officer and unit manager on behalf of the University of Maryland for the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and for University Relations/Development. This individual will be responsible for the identification of potential major gift donors. They will identify and engage regional development markets in collaboration with development colleagues, and maintain development travel schedules. This person will initiate first alumni contact for the dean, faculty and other administrators, and coordinate with all development staff and gift stewardship activities with donor relations. The Assistant Dean for Development II will work closely with the Office of Gift Planning, Corporate and Foundation Relations office, Annual Giving, Leadership Annual Giving, Regional Giving team, and the Alumni Association on strategies for donors related to those areas. Further, they will coordinate strategic development events, and develop a major gifts pipeline to build a qualified prospect base for the school. This person will serve as a liaison between the faculty, staff, students, and potential supporters (individual corporations and foundations). Similarly, they will also serve as a liaison among the faculty and staff of the assigned unit(s) and/or project(s), and for University Development. The position requires the availability to work evenings and weekends. Significant travel is required (60-70% of time with 20-30% out of the immediate area). VPUR-Development http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71595 2019-07-12T09:41:48-04:00 2019-07-12T09:41:49-04:00 MLAW Faculty Assistant MLaw Programs and the University of Maryland College Park is seeking a recent law graduate to work full-time as a Faculty Assistant. This position will work with MLAW staff and teaching faculty in the undergraduate MLAW Programs in College Park —Law and Society Minor & Justice and Legal Thought Living-Learning Program. The faculty assistant will work primarily on the College Park campus, with the occasional required travel to the Carey School of Law campus in Baltimore. This position will begin on August 1, 2019 and continue through June 30, 2020. This position reports to Dr. Robert Koulish, Director of the Law and Society minor, UMCP Justice and Legal Thought Program and Lecturer in Law at UM Carey Law. Essential Duties: ? Work with undergraduate students to help them with an understanding of legal concepts and theories, and judicial processes. ? Truncate court cases for MLAW classes. ? Help undergraduate students gain skills in legal writing. ? Conduct legal research to assist faculty. ? Help undergraduate students learn research skills. ? Hold office hours and workshops as needed; these can be virtual office hours occasionally. ? Attend classes in College Park as requested ? Assist law faculty teaching MLAW courses in spring 2019 including Professors Van Alstine and Singer. ? Meet with teaching faculty and MLAW staff as needed. ? Assist with development of experiential activities for students, including trips, internships, and guest speakers/lecturers. ? Serve as the main point of contact for event logistics ? Provide guidance to undergraduate student workers in the MLaw office and student leaders ? Provide administrative support to the MLaw office and staff as needed ? Other duties as assigned. BSOS-Dean-MLAW Programs http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74087 2019-10-07T14:40:38-04:00 2019-10-07T14:40:44-04:00 Webmaster and Multimedia Specialist This position is a 12-month staff Position shared between ANSC and ENST. Responsibilities include: overall responsibility for the design and maintenance of the departments website and faculty web pages. Additional responsibilities include creation of multimedia (audio/video/photographic) content, and the design & layout of departmental print media. The staff member will also provide print management services to the department as well as A/V support for distance learning and video conferencing. AGNR-Animal & Avian Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74793 2019-11-01T00:05:02-04:00 2019-11-01T00:05:04-04:00 Network Operations Engineer The University of Maryland Network Operation Center (NOC) is responsible for monitoring and managing the network. This position is necessary to monitor, detect, analyze, trouble-shoot and resolve network outages. This position will also report issues and follow escalation procedures for both internal and vendor escalations. This is a globally accessible, high availability, fast paced and business critical 24×7 environment. DIT-SSOBS-Operations & Field Support http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75351 2019-11-25T10:40:16-05:00 2019-11-25T10:40:17-05:00 Scientific software developer' Scientific software developer The Hidden Symmetries and Fusion Energy project is seeking a scientific software developer to join our team. Our multi-institution initiative, funded by the Simons Foundation, is working to build a mathematical and computational foundation for the design of stellarators for magnetic plasma confinement. Our team is highly multidisciplinary with experts in physics, mathematics, and computer science, specializing in areas such as magnetohydrodynamics, dynamics, numerical optimization, and scientific computing. The role of the new software developer in this project will be to develop and maintain SIMSOPT (Simons Optimization code), the team’s computational tools for stellarator optimization. Further information about the Hidden Symmetries project can be found at https://hiddensymmetries.princeton.edu SIMSOPT is expected to build on the accomplishments of the stellarator design code STELLOPT. The central responsibility of the software developer will be to develop the SIMSOPT software infrastructure, providing interfaces to multiple physics codes and optimization libraries. As part of this work, the new developer will be expected to incorporate testing frameworks and write code documentation. The project may also include modernization of some existing physics codes, for example integrating new boundary element solvers written by other team members. The work will evolve as new code components are developed by other members of the Hidden Symmetries collaboration. The location for the position is flexible, but it would be based at one of the collaboration’s member institutions, such as the University of Maryland (College Park) or Princeton University. Regardless of the location at which the software developer is based, he or she will collaborate with members of the Hidden Symmetries team at multiple institutions. Applicants should provide a cover letter describing their interest in the position, a resume/CV, and contact information for two people who can act as references. Also, as an example of previous work, applicants should submit the source code (or a link to it) for a software application they have written (uploaded as the supplemental document 1). For full consideration, applications should be submitted by the end of January 2, 2020. Questions can be directed to Matt Landreman (mattland@umd.edu). Applications should be submitted through www.tztianfu.com. CMNS-IREAP-Inst Res Elec & Applied Phys http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74641 2019-10-28T09:24:22-04:00 2019-10-28T09:24:23-04:00 Faculty Specialist Applications are invited for a Faculty Specialist in the Department of Geographical Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. The research specialist will be involved in research projects focusing on large scale agricultural system modeling to address issues associated with crop production, soil quality, and nutrient and water management. Specifically, the selected candidate will work on: a) implementing and improving in-house algorithms to produce spatial input databases required for model implementation; b) modifying and optimizing the existing modeling framework to improve its performance; c) interpretation, analysis and uncertainty assessment of model outcomes; d) publishing peer-reviewed research in journals; and e) involving in development of web based decision support tools. Applications should include a personal statement of background and experience relevant to the position, a signed, dated Resume/Curriculum Vitae, and names and addresses (including e-mail) of 3 references. For best consideration applications should be submitted no later than November 15, 2019 but the search will continue until a suitable candidate is appointed. Applications from women and minorities are particularly sought. The University of Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. Further information on departmental research programs can be found at http://www.geog.umd.edu. BSOS-Geography http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75267 2019-11-21T10:38:05-05:00 2019-11-21T10:38:06-05:00 GIS and Geography Information Specialist This is a full-time permanent librarian position in the Research Commons with responsibility for GIS and Geospatial data, maps and liaison services to the Department of Geography. The librarian in this position is a forward-focused individual who will continue to grow the Libraries’ GIS and Spatial Data Center and services program, helping to develop the strategic direction of these services in the Research Commons. Through consultations, workshops, and other programming, the Geospatial Specialist Librarian will build relationships in order to support researchers’ geospatial data literacy needs, leveraging emerging technologies that enhance access to data, and assist researchers with data-intensive forms of research and scholarly expression. They will be an expert in applying geospatial concepts and techniques to the research agendas of faculty and students, will manage the geography and maps collections, maintaining strong relationships with faculty and students, and will enhance curricula and research innovation across the University relating to spatial and visual thinking. The Geospatial Specialist Librarian will also support internal Libraries needs by providing workshops and training support to liaison librarians and other library staff. The successful candidate will also serve as a subject liaison librarian to the Department of Geography. LIBR-Libraries http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69675 2019-05-10T08:34:17-04:00 2019-05-10T08:34:18-04:00 Graduate Student Hourly Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center seeks graduate student to support the Research Scientist in Assisting in the writing and editing of research reports, scientific paper and proposals. CMNS-Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73018 2019-08-29T11:15:16-04:00 2019-08-29T11:15:17-04:00 HOURLY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT - CRUSTACEAN AQUACULTURE ASSISTANT The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) seeks to hire an undergraduate assistant who is diligent, hard-working, and interested in the area of aquaculture and aquaculture engineering, specifically in shrimp culture. He or she will be expected to work independently and collaboratively under supervision and will need to be able to produce reports. Good communication skills are a priority. UMCES- Center for Environmental Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74275 2019-10-11T16:27:11-04:00 2019-10-11T16:27:13-04:00 Agent This position is located at the University of Maryland Extension office in Wicomico County (Salisbury), Maryland. The Extension Agriculture Educator is responsible for planning, organizing, developing, implementing, and evaluating Extension educational programs for the agricultural community. Specifically, this position will provide leadership and delivery of educational programming related to fruit and vegetable growers, commercial horticulture, and general agronomy. This includes production, harvesting, packing, and marketing as well as good agricultural practices, food safety, and other sustainability issues. The position will conduct applied research that supports the educational program. The Educator will facilitate partnerships with local and state agencies, elected officials, communities, landowners, residents, and industry and environmental groups in developing economic opportunities while protecting, as well as advocating for a science-based, responsible approach to handling the state’s natural resources. The faculty member will be on track for tenure and promotion to a higher rank in accordance with University policy and UME tenure guidelines within a timeframe defined. AGNR-UME-Wicomico http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74941 2019-11-07T16:23:48-05:00 2019-11-07T16:23:49-05:00 Senior Designer The University of Maryland seeks an experienced, versatile and creative Senior Designer to join the team in University Creative. This person will imagine, coordinate and develop a variety of high-priority and high-profile visual communications, including recruitment publications, branding campaigns, special event packages, microsites, HTML emails, online features, and other products to meet the university’s marketing and communications needs. This position also serves as a senior project manager and designer for high profile university campaigns and projects. The Senior Designer assists the associate director and executive director of University Creative with budgets, resource allocation, staff assignments, scheduling and vendor relations for marketing and campaign initiatives. The outstanding candidate will be a problem solver, a strategist, a team player and an innovator who enjoys having no two days look alike. University Creative is committed to high-quality design, efficient service, and client satisfaction. Well-qualified candidates for this position will exhibit outstanding creativity, design expertise and the ability to organize and schedule multiple assignments. They will also have excellent communication skills and the ability to give technical advice and guidance to campus clients preparing project plans and budgets. The applicant is required to submit a portfolio that demonstrates exceptional skill and creativity in typography, layout, color, form, and composition along with all application materials. Applicants must provide 3 PDF samples of their work or a portfolio link. VPUR-Strategic Communications http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75440 2019-12-02T13:15:22-05:00 2019-12-02T13:15:24-05:00 Team Leader & Utility Specialist Under general supervision of the Housekeeping Services Zone Supervisor in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center (CSPAC), the Team Leader provides leadership necessary to accomplish the Housekeeping Team Cleaning Program responsibilities within approximately 250,000 GSF of campus buildings. Leads/supervises 5 to 10 Housekeepers, and performs a variety of Housekeeping utility tasks in CSPAC. VPAF-FM-B&LM-Building Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70730 2019-06-14T11:30:22-04:00 2019-06-14T11:30:23-04:00 Faculty Assistant The Juntti Lab at the University of Maryland is seeking a research technician. The lab studies the neuroscience and evolution of social behavior using cutting-edge technologies in molecular genetics, neuroanatomy, computer vision, pharmacology, and more. Our model is the family of cichlid fish, which exhibit fascinating and variable social behaviors. We regularly use CRISPR and transgenesis to test mechanisms that regulate these interactions. We’re looking for a motivated and organized candidate who will collaborate in the design and execution of experiments, and will facilitate operations in the lab. See our lab website for more information about cichlids and us: biology.umd.edu/scott-juntti The position is available beginning Summer of 2019. CMNS-Biology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73732 2019-09-24T13:02:03-04:00 2019-09-24T13:02:06-04:00 Director, Systems Engineering Education Program The Director, Systems Engineering Education Program has the responsibility, with the assistance of the ISR Faculty through the ISR Education Program Committee and under the guidance of the ISR Director, for technical leadership, strategic planning, and administration to fulfill the ISR education mission. Today that mission includes the Master of Science in Systems Engineering (MSSE) Program, undergraduate capstone course, special topics courses, the university’s INCOSE student division, and student recognition programs. In the future, the mission may include a Ph.D. program in Systems Engineering and an undergraduate minor program. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include: - Overseeing the MSSE program as Graduate Director (daily operations and the admission process); - Oversee the lecturer/instructor and teaching assistant appointment process; - Collaborating with other academic departments on systems engineering content in programs and creating joint programs (e.g., joint BS in an engineering domain/MSSE); - Strategic planning for future education mission activities and assessing all activities to ensure continual improvement of the program; - Developing and implementing strategies that recruit students; advising MSSE students until they find a permanent academic and research advisor; - Collaborating with the ISR faculty on development and teaching of future courses; - Recruiting and mentoring adjunct faculty; - Reporting the status of education activities; obtaining advice and council on the education program from the ISR external systems engineering advisory group; - Working with alumni, industry, and government to provide scholarships, mentors, and other investments for the education activities; - Advising the INCOSE student division participating in INCOSE activities and events at international and local levels to benefit the ISR; - Teaching one or two courses a year; - Delivering seminars and lectures on systems engineering. ENGR-Institute for Systems Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75353 2019-11-25T10:55:42-05:00 2019-11-25T10:55:46-05:00 Agent (Extension Specialist FCS) The faculty member will be responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of statewide education programs related to family and community health initiatives on resiliency, well-being, mental, and behavioral health within the University of Maryland Extension (UME). Specifically this position will provide leadership and delivery of educational programming related to mental and behavioral health programs for youth, adults, families, and communities. The Specialist will serve as a resource for UME to identify and communicate critical statewide and national issues in mental/behavioral and community health, assist with community needs assessment, and conduct program evaluation and applied research related to these priorities. The Specialist is expected to be a part of the AGNR and UME faculty team(s) with the intent to conduct interdisciplinary work. Collaboration with the School of Public Health, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, the 1890 Land-Grant partner, is highly encouraged. The faculty member will be on track for tenure and promotion to a higher rank in accordance with University policy and UME tenure guidelines within a defined time frame. The Specialist will report to the Assistant Director and Program Leader of the Family and Consumer Sciences Program AGNR-UME-Family and Consumer Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70140 2019-05-24T14:19:17-04:00 2019-05-24T14:19:19-04:00 Assistant Professor, DO&IT One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Robert H. Smith School of Business is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Bloomberg Business Week, and The Wall Street Journal. This position will teach in the area of Decision Operations and Information Technologies at the undergraduate and graduate level. The position will teach courses, conduct research and perform service. This position will teach courses at the following locations: University of Maryland College Park, 7699 Mowatt Lane, Van Munching Hall, College Park, MD 20742 University of Maryland Shady Grove, 9630 Gudelsky Drive, Rockville, MD 20850 University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business Washington DC - Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center - Concourse Level, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20004 University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business, BioPark, 801 West Baltimore Street, Masters Programs Office: Building 2, Suite 100 Baltimore, MD 21201 BMGT-Decision, Operations & Information Technologies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73471 2019-09-16T09:54:29-04:00 2019-09-16T09:54:30-04:00 Development Writer The Office of Development and Alumni Relations at the Robert H. Smith School of Business seeks a part-time development writer to manage the donor acknowledgment process and create compelling narratives for impact reporting. The successful candidate must be a self-starter and will be responsible for writing, mailing and recording all donor correspondence in addition to playing an important role in the department with regards to impact reporting and providing original content for the school’s annual report. Duties include: Developing and editing correspondence templates. Segmentation, mailing and recording of donor correspondence. Conducting stakeholder interviews and writing compelling content for personalized impact reports and the school’s annual report. Providing copywriting support for publications and other correspondence as needed. The successful candidate will have the ability to ensure the style, formatting and brand remain consistent across all communications. They will contribute to the success of the overall fundraising goals by ensuring donors are acknowledged in an appropriate and timely manner, and will assist in creating materials for development officers to use in the field, chiefly the annual report. This is a highly collaborative environment and the candidate will be required to build strong relationships within the department and school, demonstrating effective communication skills with development officers, student staff, school leadership and peers alike. The schedule is flexible and limited to 20 hours/week. It reports to the director of donor relations. BMGT-Dean-Development http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74459 2019-10-21T15:29:59-04:00 2019-10-21T15:30:00-04:00 Faculty Assistant The Bruns lab at the University of Maryland, College Park is seeking a Post-Doctoral Research Associate to study the ecology and evolution of infectious disease in natural plant populations. The lab uses a combination of field, laboratory, and theoretical approaches to understand the ecological and evolutionary impacts of disease in natural populations. Empirical studies utilize anther-smut disease (Microbotryum), a sterilizing pollinator vectored fungal disease as a powerful model system. The primary focus would be investigating the evolutionary dynamics of age-specific disease resistance, including the role of ecological feedbacks. The project will involve field transmission experiments, comparative inoculation studies, experimental evolution, and the development of evolutionary theory. The post-doc will also have the opportunity to develop an independent research project relating to host-pathogen evolutionary ecology. CMNS-Biology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75117 2019-11-15T11:56:30-05:00 2019-11-15T11:56:32-05:00 Postdoctoral Research Associate The Women’s Empowerment: Data for Gender Equality (WEDGE) project, led by Sonalde Desai and Feinian Chen, focuses on women’s economic empowerment in the developing world. This project, funded by the Hewlett Foundation, is housed at the University of Maryland. Post-doctoral scholars are expected to have a firm grasp of the relevant literature, develop and test new measures, and engage in independent and collaborative research. In addition, they will be expected to participate in the creation of a community of scholars engaged in these issues. Applications should be submitted electronically via www.tztianfu.com. The following application materials are expected: 1. A curriculum vitae. 2. A cover letter (500-750 words) explaining the applicant’s suitability for the job. 3. Statement of research interests. 4. List of references. Letters will only be solicited for short-listed candidates. BSOS-Sociology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69199 2019-04-29T11:31:20-04:00 2019-04-29T11:31:21-04:00 Instructional Electronics Shop Manager The A. James Clark School of Engineering is seeking a dynamic, hands-on leader to spearhead the operations of the newly formed Instructional Electronics Shop (IES). The IES Manager will manage the IES and support the operations of the Innovation Labs in the new A. James Clark Hall. This position will serve as the electronics expert for the Clark School’s technical operations group. They will aid faculty and students in the realization of student projects by creating a safe, advanced electronics assembly and test capability. Additionally, they will support research activities across the campus by working with researchers to help design and then fabricate components for various applications. The IES Manager will oversee approximately 6 technical fellows (undergraduate students). The IES Manager’s responsibilities include: - IES equipment and for developing, documenting, optimizing standard operating procedures and workflows. - Safety procedures, maintenance schedules, and for tracking equipment depreciation. - Being an expert user on the advanced electronics testing and assembly equipment. - Training, scheduling, mentoring and qualifying students and faculty on various systems and equipment. - Optimize IES operations by implementing and evaluating software solutions to ensure efficient workflow. - Coordination and support academic course and extracurricular projects that utilize the IES - Manufacture and fabricate parts, assemblies, testing and research apparatuses. - Availability to works shifts from 11am to 8pm. - In addition to the IES, the IES Manager will provide oversight on each of the electrical prototyping labs in other spaces. - Report to the Director of Technical Operations and be responsible for the execution of the Director’s strategic plan for the electronics spaces in the College of Engineering. - Interviewing and hiring student staff to help support the IES and related activities. - Work with students, faculty, and staff in outreach activities. ENGR-Engineering Information Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75535 2019-12-05T23:39:08-05:00 2019-12-05T23:39:09-05:00 Financial Aid Counselor The Financial Aid Counselor, under the direction of the Assistant Director, provides financial aid services to students on a wide basis. The Financial Aid Counselor will conduct student need analysis, perform federal verifications and packaging of student aid, certify federal loan eligibility, provide financial aid counseling, make professional judgment decisions regarding student aid eligibility and facilitate problem-solving with students and parents. Incumbents in this job classification will interact with specific outside agencies to facilitate the student eligibility process and they are accountable for ensuring compliance with federal regulations. Must be comfortable speaking to large groups of students and parents. Must have strong organization and time management skills. Must have excellent customer service skills, and be dedicated to providing consistent, high-quality customer service to meet the needs of our diverse clientele. SVPAAP-EM-Student Financial Aid http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/71771 2019-07-16T14:05:52-04:00 2019-07-16T14:05:53-04:00 Post Doctoral Associate Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Associate position within the new Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices at the University of Maryland. This Institute is housed within the brand new A. James Clark Hall on the College Park campus. The Institute has active collaborations with the FDA, Children’s National Medical Center, the University of Maryland, Baltimore, among many other Institutions. The position is within the laboratory of William E. Bentley, whose research thrusts are broadly in synthetic biology and metabolic engineering with specific interests in redox-mediated metabolic control. Candidates will engineer biological networks, including those involving cell-cell signaling as well as those that interface with microelectronic devices. Duties include cloning vectors for recombinant protein expression and metabolic control. Duties also include use of analytical instrumentation such as optical, fluorescence, and confocal microscopes, flow cytometer, plate reader, potentiostat, anaerobic chamber, and mass-spec, recording and documenting results, preparing research manuscripts, maintaining lab environment, and ordering supplies and materials. ENGR-Fischell Department of Bioengineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74098 2019-10-07T17:16:32-04:00 2019-10-07T17:16:34-04:00 Program Director of Business Development This position will direct and oversee business development and strategic communication for NFLC and serve as a member of the Center’s Executive Committee. The purpose of this position is to identify and pursue opportunities to promote the mission of the NFLC, including federal, state, and local grants, contracts, and partnerships, and handle all aspects of proposal development. The position will also develop and execute a comprehensive communications strategy, encompassing web and social media presence and outreach activities. As a member of the Center’s Executive Committee, this position will participate in the governance and leadership of the Center. ARHU-National Foreign Language Center http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74798 2019-11-01T09:07:02-04:00 2019-11-01T09:07:03-04:00 Research Engineer in Interdisciplinary Intelligence and Security Research The Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS), based at the University of Maryland College Park, was established in 2018 under the auspices of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (USDI) to be a strategic asset for research and development in social systems, autonomy and augmentation, and advanced computing. One of only 14 designated Department of Defense University Affiliated Research Centers (UARCs) in the nation and the only UARC focused on supporting the intelligence community, ARLIS conducts both unclassified and classified research spanning from basic to applied system development and works to serve the US Government as an independent and objective trusted agent. ARLIS research is driven by a cadre of research scientists and engineers, faculty research specialists and project engineers, further supported by senior University of Maryland faculty and a consortium of university partners. Research is typically conducted through interdisciplinary teams of e.g. social scientists, computer scientists, psychologists, linguists, cognitive neuroscientists, applied mathematicians, political scientists, policy analysts, and systems engineers. ARLIS is actively seeking research engineers (in the full, Associate, and Assistant ranks) to commit effort on ARLIS projects. Research engineers conduct independent research, combining scientific discovery with excellence in engineering practice, design, and development. The typical research engineer candidate may have fewer peer-reviewed publications due to past experience in industry or US Government but has demonstrated experience building systems and delivering solutions to a defined customer. Exceptional candidates in all areas related to the ARLIS’s current research trajectories will be given serious consideration, particularly those with experience in multiple areas. These include: ? Computational social science (including agent-based modeling and simulation, social media analysis, behavioral economics, game theory, predictive modeling); ? Artificial intelligence, including computer vision, natural language processing, human language technologies, multimodal sense-making, and other AI/ML based systems; ? Human-machine interface (to include augmented and virtual reality [AR/VR]), human-systems integration, and augmenting human performance; ? Computational neuroscience and its links with machine learning and artificial intelligence; ? Data science, data creation/curation, data fusion, visualization, analytics, and decision support; ? Industrial security, including supply chain illumination and risk assessment; and ? Software engineering, static/dynamic software analysis, formal methods, applied mathematics, systems verification and validation, metric development, testbed design, and trusted AI. Salary is dependent on experience, qualifications, and hiring level. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73866 2019-09-30T09:28:25-04:00 2019-09-30T09:28:26-04:00 Director, Annual Giving The Director of Annual Giving provides leadership for creating, implementing and evaluating a year-round fundraising program whose purpose is to build a long-term base of support for the University of Maryland (UMD). This position is responsible for an annual donor and revenue goal and will lead and execute UMD’s annual plan by utilizing a comprehensive strategy. The fundraising plan will aim to build and engage our constituencies based upon industry best practices and in concert with the UMD culture. This critical work includes multi-channel direct marketing activities to acquire, re-activate, retain, and upgrade annual donors. The Director will create and manage a multidimensional appeal schedule that utilizes a variety of mediums (i.e. electronic solicitation, direct mail appeals, telemarketing, giving days and crowdfunding) to communicate with potential and current donors. This person will coordinate, manage, and assess all direct-response fundraising efforts for annual giving, special projects, and campaigns. Additionally, the Director will work across Development functions to execute integrated multi-channel strategies, utilizing targeted messaging, and audience segmentation. The Director is responsible for analyzing the results of data trends to drive strategic planning of annual giving fundraising efforts. This is a leadership role that will be active and collaborative across central and unit-based teams, deploying resources in smart, innovative ways that maximize results and grow UMD’s base of annual support. VPUR-Development http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74646 2019-10-28T10:36:03-04:00 2019-10-28T10:36:06-04:00 Financial Coordinator This position provides financial and proposal-related support for the department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE). The Financial Coordinator is responsible for post-award management, compliance, and proposal development of Laboratory for Physical Sciences (LPS)/Maryland Procurement Office (MPO) and other assigned awards. The Coordinator will be directly responsible for day-to-day processing, monitoring and analysis of all program-related transactions, including monitoring expenditures, reconciling monthly financial statements, generating monthly reports, reviewing grant proposal guidelines and assuring compliance of budgets. This position requires the highest level of confidentiality, attention to detail and deadlines, and professional interaction as a liaison between ECE, sponsors, and UMD central offices. The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland serves as the catalyst for high-quality research, innovation, and learning, delivering on a promise that all graduates will leave ready to impact the Grand Challenges (e.g., energy, environment, security, and human health) of the 21st century. The Clark School is dedicated to leading and transforming the engineering discipline and profession, to accelerating entrepreneurship, and to transforming research and learning activities into new innovations that benefit millions. ENGR-Electrical & Computer Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75282 2019-11-22T00:02:36-05:00 2019-11-22T00:02:37-05:00 IT Clinical Informatics Manager This position provides support, oversight and direction for the IT infrastructure of the UHC, inclusive of Sports Medicine. This position will oversee support for hardware and software network systems. Oversees and provides maintenance, monitoring and acquisition of electronic inventory control system to manage UHC/Sports Medicine’s electronic equipment. Clinical Informatics Specialist/Supervisor, with their staff, assists in maintenance of the Health Center/Sports Medicine’s electronic medical record (EMR) system. Performs website and intranet maintenance and development as needed. Evaluates and recommends software, interfaces and other applications to improve the efficiency and quality of care for the UHC. This position will oversee monitoring the condition of servers on and determine ways to resolve any issues related to this specialized equipment. Analyzes, and develops technical documentation standards and procedures for all databases and the HC intranet. Oversees data security and privacy assurance for the Health Center/Sports Medicine. Conducts staff training on security and various program applications. The position is considered essential during campus related emergency conditions. Education (include licenses, certifications, etc.): BA or BS in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, or related field. Advanced degree desirable. Experience: Five years of progressive experience in a medical setting. High level of proficiency with medical information systems. Experience with security policy development, security education, network penetration testing, application vulnerability assessments, risk analysis and compliance testing is preferred. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation), interpersonal and consultative skills. Knowledge of NIST publications and best practices of servers and desktop security, policies and procedures is preferred. Knowledge of common computer applications & software systems usable in a network environment. Extensive knowledge of current & older Windows operation systems and its applications. Knowledge of SQL, MySQL and Linux, preferred. Ability to perform website and web application development as necessary. Ability to set-up, configure, troubleshoot and install new & existing computer systems & peripherals for staff in offices, laboratory, pharmacy, and radiology. Ability to work in a team setting and manage priorities of multiple internal clients. Skilled at multitasking, and able to work with a positive attitude. VPSA-UHC-Computer Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69677 2019-05-10T08:36:57-04:00 2019-05-10T08:36:58-04:00 Student Administrative Support Assistant, Center for Global Business The student worker will be providing administrative support for the Center for Global Business. Projects will include a data analysis of undergraduate and graduate study abroad students, Salesforce updates, and design work for marketing fliers, posters, and other outreach efforts. Occasional event support will also be provided. BMGT-Ctrs-Center for Global Business http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73093 2019-09-03T09:02:48-04:00 2019-09-03T09:02:49-04:00 Faculty Specialist The Department of Geographical Sciences at the University of Maryland (UMD) is a leader in integrated research on the coupled human and physical dimensions of global change, remote sensing, and Geospatial Information Science. The Department invites applications for a Faculty Specialist position. Salary and benefits are highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. A bachelor’s degree in geographical sciences, environmental science, agronomy, food security, agricultural economics, or a related field is required. Preference will be given to candidates with master’s degree and/or several years of experience. The Department is seeking a highly self-motivated Professional Track Faculty Specialist with good communication and organizational skills who enjoys working in a team environment. Applicants should have an interest in agriculture and food security; be capable of both independent research and working with a dynamic research team from various backgrounds; and be open to a flexible work schedule with the ability to work on a quick deadline. Applicants should have excellent writing skills with the ability to summarize inputs from a wide range of information sources into concise and summarized text targeted for a broad audience. The primary responsibility of this position is to support the GEOGLAM Crop Monitors (www.cropmonitor.org), particularly the Crop Monitor for Early Warning, an operational program monitoring and reporting global cropland conditions in countries at risk of food insecurity in partnership with international agencies/organizations involved with food security and agricultural monitoring. Roles will include drafting text for monthly food security bulletins and special reports covering current events impacting agriculture in collaboration with food security analysts from partner agencies; researching current agricultural conditions and food security reports; researching food security issues and policy; compiling and editing bulletins and reports. Applications should include a personal statement of background and experience relevant to the position, including research, a signed, dated Curriculum Vitae, several writing samples, and the names and addresses (including e-mail & phone numbers) of 3-5 references. For best consideration applications should be submitted no later than October 11th, but the search will continue until a suitable candidate is appointed. For questions about the position, please contact Christina Justice, Senior Faculty Specialist, justicec@umd.edu. Applications from women and minorities are particularly sought. The University of Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. Further information on this position and on academic and research programs of the Department may be obtained from the address above and can be found at http://www.geog.umd.edu. BSOS-Geography http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74294 2019-10-14T13:43:25-04:00 2019-10-14T13:43:27-04:00 Assistant Professor, Couple & Family Therapy The Department of Family Science, School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park seeks a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor in Couple and Family Therapy (CFT) to join a dynamic department with family science, maternal and child health, and couple and family therapy programs. Candidates should be able to (1) develop an externally funded research program, (2) teach and mentor undergraduate and graduate students, (3) be an active participant, with other CFT faculty, in the oversight and management of the CFT Program, and (4) play a central role in developing the Department’s research and service initiatives with community partners. SPHL-Family Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74943 2019-11-08T00:03:44-05:00 2019-11-08T00:03:45-05:00 Data Warehouse Architect The Data Warehouse Architect will report directly to the Director, Business Intelligence and Decision Support within the Division of Information Technology (DIT) and will work closely with the Director of Research Systems and Integration who will lead projects to meet the objectives of SB1052. The chosen candidate will work with the University of Maryland Baltimore’s and the University of Maryland College Park’s technical and functional users in the areas of finance, research administration and compliance to create new data structures with initial concentration on creating a combined data structure to satisfy the reporting requirements for the NSF HERD survey. This position will contribute to strategic initiatives of SB1052 by creating combined reporting for the two campuses, which will improve data- driven decision--making for senior leadership. The Data Warehouse Architect will be responsible for overseeing the design, implementation and maintenance of new data structures that can be consumed by both organizations within their respective Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW). This includes using a variety of cloud--based technologies, establishing best practices and procedures for enterprise data warehousing, contributing to ETL implementations, implementing data quality controls, and ensuring data is well structured to facilitate analysis and reporting. The emphasis of this position is the technical hands--on activities for the creation and evolution of a new EDW and data platform using innovative cloud based technologies such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). The candidate for this role will have the ability to both be a visionary as well as have the technical acumen to implement a scalable, well-structured data platform consisting of a Data Warehouse, Data Lake, and a variety of supporting tool sets. Of utmost importance is the ability to assess existing data landscapes and develop a strategy for combining similar data from multiple sources. The Data Architect will need to be able to persuade and lead others to think critically to make decisions about the direction of the overall data platform. Prior successful data warehouse implementations and experience are essential. Clear communication, leadership skills, collaborating with non-technical stakeholders, and the ability to make critical decisions are a requirement to be successful in this position. DIT-EE-University Decision Support http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75455 2019-12-02T15:45:55-05:00 2019-12-02T15:45:56-05:00 Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Programming The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business is seeking an experienced professional, dedicated to customer service, to fill the role of Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Programming within the Office of Career Services. One of 13 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Smith School is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. The school is consistently ranked among the world’s top business schools by leading business publications such as Business Week, Financial Times, Economist and the Wall Street Journal. The Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Programming, in the Office of Career Services provides innovative career coaching and programming for Smith School of Business undergraduate students to enhance student career readiness, engagement, outcomes and satisfaction through one-on-one coaching sessions and career programming events. Serves as primary OCS Advisor/Liaison with Smith Undergraduate Student Association (SUSA) executive board and approximately 25 SUSA-affiliated student clubs and organizations. Creates, coordinates, and manages a variety of OCS career programming events ranging in size and scope (e.g., industry mash-ups, alumni panels, networking events, employer resume reviews, company treks, and signature SUSA/club events). Collaborates with student clubs, employers, and faculty as appropriate to plan successful, well-attended joint career programming and employer events. Primary presenter/facilitator for student club career programming (e.g., resume and cover letters, networking, etc.) requests. Manages OCS Undergraduate online and social media presence to increase student engagement and utilization of OCS services, programming and recruiter opportunities. Oversees student marketing and event interns to manage OCS undergraduate team marketing, social media and event planning. BMGT-Dean-Career Management http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70808 2019-06-17T12:55:02-04:00 2019-06-17T12:55:04-04:00 Assistant Professor or Associate Professor The International Education Policy Program at the University of Maryland, College Park is seeking applications for an Assistant or Associate Professor with research and teaching expertise in comparative and international education. The position is tenure-track or tenured and is scheduled to begin August 2020. The International Education Policy (IEP) Program seeks applicants who have (a) an earned doctorate in comparative and international education or related field; (b) expertise in one or more of the following areas: education in emergencies; gender and development; international exchange; globalization; and neoliberalism; (c) solid publication record (or demonstrated potential to publish); (d) international development project experience; (e) experience and commitment to excellence in teaching and working with students from diverse backgrounds and especially those from groups historically underrepresented in higher education; and (f) a successful record (or demonstrated potential) of contract and grant procurement, and external research funding. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in comparative and international education, maintaining an active research agenda, advising graduate students, serving on doctoral dissertation committees, and providing service and leadership to the program, department, college, university, and community. EDUC-Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74800 2019-11-01T09:59:53-04:00 2019-11-01T09:59:54-04:00 Academic Advisor The School of Public Health has approximately 2500 students, of which over half represent diverse racial and ethnic groups throughout four majors. The School of Public Health is currently ranked #22 according to U.S. News and World Reports. The School has experienced incredible growth over the last several years. It is an exciting and vibrant community made up of faculty, staff and students who are passionate about public health. The School seeks an Advisor to share in this passion and to support a wide range of duties in the SPH Center for Academic Success and Achievement (CASA). This position provides direct support and advising to our student-athletes in the School. This job requires superb attention to detail as this person works closely with athletics to ensure students are adhering to Big 10 policies and procedures while making progress toward their degree. Other duties include but are not limited to: coordinating the school-wide benchmark process, presenting workshops on applying for graduate/professional school, teaching UNIV100 (freshman transition course) and overseeing college processes such as senior audits and study abroad. Additionally, this person will work collaboratively and creatively both internally and externally across campus. SPHL-School of Public Health http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75356 2019-11-25T11:17:29-05:00 2019-11-25T11:17:31-05:00 Senior Marketing Coordinator The Office of Strategic Communications seeks a Senior Marketing Coordinator to manage overall operation functions for the unit. Some of the operational duties include: managing financial transactions and budgets, reports and monitoring, space management, coordinating department-wide meetings, updating website content, and being a liaison to the Division of University Relations Human Resources Department. This individual will also provide support for large events such as Homecoming and Maryland Day, as well as assist with advertising and other activities within the department. Additionally, the Senior Marketing Coordinator will serve in a project coordinator capacity for 2-3 major partners of Strategic Communications. This responsibility includes day-to-day oversight of all meetings, deliverables, timetables, and related information for each project. They will also be asked to assist in other areas within Strategic Communications as it relates to those partnerships, including gathering information and providing reports. The Senior Marketing Coordinator must demonstrate the ability to provide seamless, high-quality service. This position will administratively support the Chief Marketing Officer and supervise student employees. VPUR-Strategic Communications http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70146 2019-05-24T14:46:54-04:00 2019-05-24T14:46:55-04:00 Assistant/Associate/Full Clinical Professor/Professor of the Practice/Lecturer, Finance The University is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and in the world. One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Robert H. Smith School of Business is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and The Wall Street Journal. The Department of Finance at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park seeks to hire Non-Tenure Track Professional Faculty. Rank is open. The appointments will be at the level of lecturer, Professor of the Practice, or Assistant, Associate, or Full Clinical Professor. The starting date will be in August 2019. Applicants are expected to develop and teach high quality courses to undergraduates, MBA, and specialty masters students, to engage with the appropriate business communities, and to help with aspects of program administration such as admissions, student advising, and placement. The mix of these responsibilities differs across the ranks and can vary over time. Candidates for the Professor of the Practice position are expected to have the greatest external visibility while candidates for the Lecturer position are expected to have a primary focus on course delivery and development and assist with program administration. BMGT-Finance http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73515 2019-09-17T13:36:07-04:00 2019-09-17T13:36:12-04:00 Assistant Professor The University of Maryland, College Park seeks to build on its existing strengths in Integrated Pest Management, risk assessment, and biotechnology by hiring a tenure-track faculty member in the Department of Entomology. We seek candidates doing outstanding work in the area of pesticide safety, including traditional, organic, and genetic engineering, environmental impacts, regulatory issues, human health effects, or related topics. The appointee will be expected to build a nationally prominent, robustly funded research program, teach, and develop a strong Extension program. The successful candidate will also serve as the State of Maryland’s Pesticide Safety Education Coordinator. This position is at the Assistant Professor level. However, exceptional candidates at the Associate or Full Professor levels will be considered. The University of Maryland Entomology Department has internationally recognized strengths in basic and applied ecology, genetics, genomics, evolutionary biology, and integrated pest management. Existing campus programs in the geographical sciences, earth and atmospheric sciences, and computational biology complement these strengths. The Department of Entomology plays a leading role in the NSF-funded Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, which provides unique opportunities to engage in collaborative interdisciplinary research and training, and is closely aligned with the Insect Transformation Facility on our Shady Grove campus. Faculty collaborate extensively with NIH, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Smithsonian and other local agencies. The University’s proximity to Washington, D.C. offers diverse opportunities for partnerships with governmental and non-profit organizations and research groups. Candidates should submit through eJobs@umd.edu as a single PDF the following materials in this order: 1) Short cover letter describing qualifications, 2) Curriculum vitae, 3) Summary of research, extension, and teaching experience and goals, and 4) Contact information for three people from whom letters of recommendation can be requested. Electronic submission of application through the University’s web page (www.tztianfu.com) is required. CMNS-Entomology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74507 2019-10-22T17:05:43-04:00 2019-10-22T17:05:44-04:00 Post Doctoral Scientist The Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology (IMET) is a joint University System of Maryland research institute capitalizing on the strengths of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES), the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), and the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB). IMET’s mission is to study the biology of coastal marine biosystems and ensure their sustainable use, as well as explore marine-derived systems to improve human health. IMET has a diverse faculty and graduate student body and is eager to attract an equally diverse applicant pool for this position. More information about IMET can be found at www.imet.usmd.edu. IMET seeks a post-doctoral scientist who is self-motivated, dedicated, and career-oriented. S/he would be required to work independently in a collaborative effort to use a draft blue crab genome to understand hormone driven processes such as metabolism and reproduction. The project will involve wet bench experiments to confirm gene expression as well as informatics work in a UNIX environment. UMCES- Center for Environmental Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75125 2019-11-15T16:39:30-05:00 2019-11-15T16:39:31-05:00 ETL Developer The ETL Developer will report directly to the IT Principal Engineer (Data Warehouse Architect) in the Decision Support Services (DSS) unit within the Division of Information Technology (DIT). This is an opportunity to join a newly formed unit (DSS) and contribute to a strategic initiative to improve data-driven decision-making on campus. The ETL Developer will be responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of a new ETL process to support the creation of a new Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) and data platform. This includes using cloud-based technologies, establishing best practices and procedures for ETL development, implementing ETL processes, and documentation. The ETL Developer will collaborate with the DSS team on a day-to-day basis and receive technical guidance from the Data Warehouse Architect. The emphasis of this position is the technical hands-on activities for the creation and evolution of a new ETL process. Of utmost importance is the ability to select and implement the appropriate ETL or ELT techniques and storing all data as structured files for subsequent usage in a data warehouse or Big Data analysis; prior successful ETL implementations and experience are essential, as is SQL experience. Clear communication, demonstrated organizational skills, and the ability to collaborate with non-technical stakeholders, create clear and concise technical documentation, and make critical decisions are requirements to be successful in this position. DIT-EE-University Decision Support http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69568 2019-05-09T14:20:55-04:00 2019-05-09T14:20:57-04:00 Associate Research Scholar The Management and Organization (M&O) department at the Robert H. Smith School of Business has a non-tenure track opening for an Associate Research Scholar beginning in Fall 2018. We seek candidates with a deep commitment to doing research, working heavily with grant funded programs, applying for grants and related funding, and teaching courses mainly in strategy and entrepreneurship. Incumbent will teach courses mainly in the M&O department, and will conduct research and provide service mainly within the Ed Snider Center for Enterprise and Markets at the Smith School. The Robert H. Smith School of Business (www.rhsmith.umd.edu) is recognized as one of the world’s leading business schools for its strong track record in both research and teaching. One of 12 colleges and schools at the University of Maryland, College Park, the Smith School offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, executive MBA, MS, PhD and executive education programs, as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is also known for a highly collaborative culture at the faculty as well as student levels. Within the business school, the M&O department is particularly proud to be viewed as one of the strongest departments. We expect our new hire to help make an already strong M&O department and the OB group in particular even stronger. Research excellence serves as the foundation of the M&O department (http://www.rhsmith.umd.edu/management). M&O faculty provide leadership to management and related fields; several M&O faculty are Fellows and hold/have held leadership positions in the Academy of Management (including a past Dean of Fellows and three Past Presidents, and current President of the Academy of Management), the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and other professional organizations; several hold editorships and editorial board appointments on prestigious academic journals. M&O has a vibrant PhD program, which is getting stronger each year. M&O faculty also believes in teaching excellence. Over the last several years, M&O faculty have earned some of the highest teaching ratings in the school. Housed in the Robert H. Smith School of Business, the vibrant and growing Ed Snider Center promotes free enterprise and markets by researching what makes individuals, organizations and markets flourish; educating thought leaders and influencers; and partnering with executives to apply the Center’s research to real world challenges. The Center is named after international sports and marketing visionary, Ed Snider, who is particularly well known for his founding of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team. Given the Smith School’s location in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area, faculty and staff at Smith enjoy not only a strong institutional environment but also the pleasures of living in a vibrant and leading global city which is very cosmopolitan, rich in world-class museums and the performing arts, architecturally delightful, full of greenery with the beautiful Potomac River flowing right through the city, within one to two hours of driving distance from not only beaches but also ski slopes, and home to some of the country’s best public and private schools. BMGT-Management & Organization http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75537 2019-12-06T00:03:53-05:00 2019-12-06T00:03:55-05:00 Food Service Aide I Under direct supervision, provides routine assistance in the preparation and serving of food, sanitation, and/or kitchen maintenance. VPSA-Dining Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72080 2019-07-25T16:38:48-04:00 2019-07-25T16:38:49-04:00 Research Safety Specialist This part time (24 hours per week) position serves as a Research Safety Specialist within the Office of Research Safety at the University of Maryland, College Park campus. The Office of Research Safety includes Biosafety, Radiation Safety, Laboratory Safety and Scientific Diving Safety. This position reports directly to the UMD Manager, Laboratory Safety/Chemical Hygiene Officer (CHO) or his/her designee, at the UMD College Park campus, and works under his/her supervision. Laboratory Signage Program Management: Serve as the point of contact within the Office of Research Safety for management and maintenance of the campus’ laboratory hazard warning signage. Maintain laboratory signage current when requests for changes are received. Make requested changes, update university databases, post signage on campus laboratory entrances and address questions and resolve issues. Laboratory Fume Hood Certification Program Management: Manage the ESSR Fume Hood Certification Program for the university campus. Coordinate fume hood certification vendor access to campus laboratories, maintain databases current, review documentation, and maintain oversight of contracts. After training, be able to conduct fume hood certification when needed. Biological Safety Support: As directed and under supervision, support the University’s biosafety program by coordinating programs that may include annual inspection and certification of biosafety cabinets and autoclaves. Radiation Safety Support: As directed and under supervision, conduct radiological surveys including decommissioning of radioactive material laboratories, perform delivery of radioactive material packages, and distribute and collect of occupational and environmental dosimetry. Research Laboratory Safety Services: As directed and under supervision, provide research safety support (phone, web/email, and in-person) to the research community at College Park. This may include assisting with laboratory inspections, posting appropriate laboratory safety signage, assisting with laboratory exposure monitoring, reviewing eyewash and safety shower compliance programs, drafting safety related communications and documents, supporting the campus Compliance Officer Program, assisting with a Prescription Safety Glasses/Lab Coats program, supporting a chemical inventory system for high risk materials and systems (high hazard chemicals, toxic gas cabinets, alarm systems, etc.), assisting with a Green Labs initiative and developing and maintaining Near-Miss/Lessons-Learned Communications. UMD BioRAFT Safety Management System Support: Provide support to the use of the UMD BioRAFT Safety Management System for submission, approval and tracking of research within laboratory spaces. Other duties as assigned: Maintain strong working relationships with the key stakeholders at the College Park campus; keep the CHO and ESSR subject-matter program leads updated on emerging challenges, opportunities, and needs for support. Perform other research safety duties as assigned. VPAF-Environmental Safety, Sustainability & Risk http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74185 2019-10-09T13:57:04-04:00 2019-10-09T13:57:07-04:00 Assistant Professor The Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research (IBBR) and the University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) Department of Entomology invite applications for a tenure-track faculty position in the area of arthropod vectors of disease. The position will be based at the IBBR campus in Rockville, Maryland, with a tenure home in the Department of Entomology. The appointee will be expected to build a nationally prominent, robustly funded research program and to oversee the University of Maryland Insect Transformation Facility, an international authority and resource for insect genetic modification technologies located at IBBR. CMNS-Entomology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75458 2019-12-03T00:03:54-05:00 2019-12-03T00:03:54-05:00 Multi-Trades Chief II-Carpentry Under general supervision, provides support to the campus in all aspects of the maintenance, repair, and renovation of structural systems. As assigned, functions in an on-site lead capacity over small crews, to assist with building maintenance and renovation work at multiple sites throughout campus including demolition and construction of ceilings, walls, and partitions; and basic electrical, plumbing, and HVAC work. Performs miscellaneous demolition and site clearance including removal of debris. Completes both renovation and maintenance structural work tasks. VPAF-FM-O&M-Renovation Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70897 2019-06-18T15:22:05-04:00 2019-06-18T15:22:07-04:00 Faculty Assistant An hourly, one year appointment, Faculty Assistant position is available at the University of Maryland Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research in Rockville, MD. This position will assist in molecular biology approaches such as gene cloning and related techniques. IBBR (www.ibbr.umd.edu) is a premier research institute focused on the structural and quantitative biological characterization of complex protein structure/function relationships and bio-molecular engineering and testing of novel products or platforms targeting prevention or treatment of conditions of human disease and intervention. IBBR operates state-of-the-art facilities located in the heart of the biotechnology corridor in Rockville, Maryland. The Institute is a joint research enterprise between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology and has an outstanding group of scientists and engineers with long-standing track records in basic and translational research. SVPAAP-Institute for Bioscience & Biotechnology Research http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73909 2019-10-01T09:10:11-04:00 2019-10-01T09:10:13-04:00 Associate Director of Research and Operations The Associate Director of Research and Operations will manage all aspects of sponsored research administration (including all pre and post-award activities), the front office business services (procurement/purchasing, travel, reimbursements,document retention), and the facilities management for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. ENGR-Civil & Environmental Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74670 2019-10-28T16:10:58-04:00 2019-10-28T16:11:00-04:00 Open Rank The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics seeks an appointee at the assistant, associate, or full professor level who will develop a distinguished program of applied research and public education and outreach (Extension). As a department within the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at a land grant university, we have a responsibility to conduct applied research and provide research‐based information to audiences at the federal, regional, state, and local levels. Examples of issues of current importance to Maryland and our department include (but are not limited to): agricultural policy, food and nutrition policy, environmental policy, climate change, energy, coastal and marine resources, agricultural and food industry organization, food safety, risk management, resource‐based industries, and water quality, among others. The appointee will provide leadership in designing, coordinating and implementing applied research projects, including collaborative work with other faculty members and/or graduate students in support of those programs, and will disseminate research results through scholarly journal articles, extension publications, and presentations to both academic, policy, and stakeholder audiences. The appointee will typically teach one course per year in the department. The position is a nine‐month, tenure‐track or tenured position at the assistant, associate, or full professor rank with rank and salary commensurate with the candidate’s record. AGNR-Agricultural & Resource Economics http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75288 2019-11-22T10:25:56-05:00 2019-11-22T10:25:56-05:00 Graduate Assistant, Program Coordinator The GA Program Coordinator works within the Academic Technology & Innovation team to drive learning innovations through institution-wide initiatives. This individual will work directly with the Classroom Technology teams to support classroom technology AV upgrade projects and support other team initiatives. The Program Coordinator reports to the Classroom Technology Engineer, who is responsible for AV design and upgrades of approximately 335 instructional technology classrooms. The coordinator is responsible for assisting the Classroom Technology team with AV scope development, AV inventory, data management, procurement, contractor coordination, tracking project timelines, tracking project costs, etc. DIT-ATI-Learning Technology Strategy (LTS) http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69679 2019-05-10T08:40:26-04:00 2019-05-10T08:40:27-04:00 MSP Senior Graduate Level, Graduate Assistant One of 12 schools and colleges located on the University of Maryland, College Park campus, the Smith School is a recognized leader in management research and education for the global economy. A comprehensive business school, Smith offers undergraduate, full-time and part-time MBA, Executive MBA, PhD, and non-degree executive education programs as well as outreach services to the corporate community. The school is consistently ranked among the top business schools by leading business publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Financial Times, Business Week, and The Wall Street Journal. This Graduate Assistant position involves providing the MS Office of Career Services with coaching, administrative and research assistance. High level student interaction and an opportunity to make a difference and impact the careers of others. This is a paid position, including tuition remission and health benefits. Total of 10 hours per week for a 12-month term of January 2019 - December 2019. Coaching Responsibilities 1. Provide in-person resume and cover letter reviews to specialty master’s population 2. Lead career development workshops and/or small-group coaching sessions 3. Participate in meetings, panels, workshops and team activities 4. Take notes on each student interaction and update in HireSmith Administrative Responsibilities 1. Participate in weekly update meetings 2. Event coordination and support 3. Create various documents and electronic information using Microsoft Suite 4. Manage, organize, and update relevant data using excel applications and Google Drive 5. Coordinate the promotion of workshops, events and job opportunities 6. Research and investigate information to enable strategic decision-making 7. Any additional tasks as assigned BMGT-Dean-Career Management http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73164 2019-09-04T10:06:18-04:00 2019-09-04T10:06:21-04:00 Faculty Specialist The University of Maryland Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) seeks to hire a Research Assistant to work on new projects in computational linguistics, natural language processing, and/or computational social science. Projects include support and development of advanced human language technology (including automatic speech recognition and cross-language information retrieval); automated personality trait identification from social media in languages other than English; and detection of emotion and deception in online profiles. The specialist may support the development of a social media data collection and natural language processing (NLP) pipeline; the development of algorithms for data processing and analysis; and the development of GUIs, websites, and survey platforms. The research assistant is expected to take an active role in developing and advancing the research projects, working closely with other specialists. Where relevant, the research assistant will assist on publication or reports for clients. The specialist will be responsible for some administrative tasks. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74309 2019-10-14T15:51:49-04:00 2019-10-14T15:52:00-04:00 Project Coordinator The Coordinator provides project management to the Dean’s office within the School of Public Health. In this role, the coordinator oversees all internal and external events, conferences, and symposiums within SPH and across UMD; manages the compilation and tracking of data required for accreditation; gathers information and data for strategic projects and new initiatives; manages parking for the 6 departments and School; coordinates diversity programs; and manages resource guides for school operations. SPHL-School of Public Health http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74985 2019-11-11T13:10:12-05:00 2019-11-11T13:10:14-05:00 Agent Associate (Prince George's County) This is a 12 month, term appointment. The full-time position is part of the Food Supplement Nutrition Education program (FSNE) conducted by the University of Maryland Extension. The educator will deliver nutrition education programs to low income residents in Prince George’s County with emphasis on reaching food supplement (stamp) recipients. The position will be housed at the Prince George’s County Extension office in Clinton, MD. Responsibilities Include: ? Plan and conduct nutrition education programs for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants in Prince George’s County. ? Collaborate with local food assistance programs to develop and distribute nutrition information. ? Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with community organizations to plan, implement, and evaluate programs and seek new partnerships to deliver nutrition education programs, with a focus on multi-level interventions as depicted in the Socio-Ecological Model. ? Use FSNE evaluation instruments to conduct program assessment and report formative, process, and outcome evaluation data. ? Attend FSNE staff development programs and participate in monthly conference calls. AGNR-UME-Family and Consumer Sciences http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74206 2019-10-10T09:16:01-04:00 2019-10-10T09:16:01-04:00 Immunologist The Jewell Research Lab in the Fischell department of Bioengineering at the University of Maryland (UMD) – College Park has an opening for a permanent, full-time Staff Immunologist. The lab’s projects are funded by 5 R01 and R01-equivalent awards from the NIH and US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), as well as grants from leading foundations and biotech companies. These sources support translational work on cancer and autoimmune disease, as well as basic studies of the immune system that leverage unique features of biomaterials and nanotechnology as tools. The individual recruited to fill this position will provide research leadership and immunological expertise, working closely with Dr. Jewell to drive the lab’s research forward. This role will involve designing and leading research projects, authoring grants, developing new technical capabilities and research models, disseminating research in high impact papers and at conferences, contributing to trainee development, and generally functioning as a senior researcher to enable fore-front research and translation. The minimum starting salary is $80,000-$100,000/year, but this range may be higher for more senior candidates, commensurate with experience. The position also include a competitive benefits and retirement package offered by UMD, including retirement, tuition waivers for immediate family members, and a formal career advancement track that offers numerous opportunities for promotion and career development. Flexibility to pursue research in personal areas of interest, lead grants, direct new research thrusts, and participate in career growth activities will be encouraged. ABOUT THE JEWELL LAB The goal of the Lab is to harness nanotechnology and biomaterials as tools to study immune function, and to exploit these materials for potent, selective immunotherapies targeting cancer and autoimmunity. We use engineered materials ranging from degradable polymers, to lipids, to self-assembled materials. Our work involves materials synthesis and characterization, cell and pre-clinical animal models, and research with human patient samples through projects we lead at the VA Medical Center. These efforts draw on a vibrant group of 16 postdocs, students, and support staff, integrating tools from immunology, engineering, medicine, and chemistry. For more info visit jewell.umd.edu The Jewell Lab consists of more than 2000 ft2 of research space in the state-of-the-art A. James Clark Hall. Some of the specialized equipment in the lab includes a dedicated flow cytometer, LED fluorescence dissection microscope, fully automated video fluorescence microscope with cell incubation system, laser diffraction particle analyzer, high-speed preparative-scale centrifuges, programmable robotics, and instruments for microfabrication. The Jewell Lab also contains a dedicated ABSL-2 and BSL-2 cell culture facility, as well as multiple dedicated rooms in the newest campus vivarium, established in Clark Hall in 2019. The resources above are in addition to more than 20 core instruments housed in the department’s BioWorkshop core facility, including multiple flow cytometers, histology suite, high-content plate reader, and others. Also housed in Clark hall is a translational suite in the vivarium that offers IVIS, PET/SPECT/CT, Doppler imaging, and other pre-clinical tools. Numerous additional core facilities are available to support research, including a variety of cores for biological, genomic, structural, and molecular characterization. Research in the Jewell lab is also enabled by the lab’s formal connections to the Greenebaum Cancer Center, U.S. Dept. of VA, and University of Maryland Medical School. Additionally, UMD is located near top research and funding agencies including NIH, DoD, and NSF. This proximity provides unique opportunities for research, funding, and networking. ENGR-Fischell Department of Bioengineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74810 2019-11-01T16:40:43-04:00 2019-11-01T16:40:46-04:00 Assistant Director of Development, Corporate and Foundation Relations The Assistant Director of Development, Corporate and Foundation Relations, is responsible for conducting and managing development activities with corporations and foundations under the supervision of the Senior Director, Corporate Relations. These development activities will focus approximately 30% of the time on fundraising for the ACES program (Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students), with 70% of the position’s time focusing on providing fundraising assistance in corporate and foundation relations to all areas of the university, including other cybersecurity programs such as MC2 and MaGIC. In response to evolving needs and opportunities, this individual will develop subject matter expertise in targeted, specific areas, such as cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, augmented reality, virtual reality, and quantum. The Assistant Director will strengthen relationships with current and prospective funders, solicit gifts, steward gifts, and oversee fundraising events. The Assistant Director will also work collaboratively with the Director of the ACES program. On behalf of corporations, the Assistant Director may be responsible for liaising across campus regarding topics including recruiting, sponsored research, executive or employee training, intellectual property and “tech transfer”, and all manner of philanthropic donations. This position requires the ability to travel and to attend evening and weekend events and programs. VPUR-Corporation/Foundation Relations http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75361 2019-11-25T13:14:20-05:00 2019-11-25T13:14:21-05:00 Graduate Assistant The Office of Research Administration (ORA) supports the research community of University of Maryland, College Park. A training and development graduate assistant will assist with administrative aspects of training for ORA, including: ? Preparing copies of training materials ? Assisting with the management of training registrations ? Maintaining training records, including feedback forms, student records, billing records, and other data ? Day-of class preparation, including transporting training supplies and setting up the classroom ? General office tasks, including support for the reception desk and other duties as assigned VPR-Research Administration http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70148 2019-05-24T14:51:42-04:00 2019-05-24T14:51:43-04:00 Java Developer Are you interested in joining a vibrant software technology organization that is expanding and emerging as a leader in the field of data visualization? Look no further… The CATT Laboratory is the leading transportation information analysis, visualization, and user interface design laboratory in the country. Our products and services are used by thousands of public safety agencies, state and local departments of transportation, public officials, and consultants every day. We provide an integrated product suite of situational awareness tools for emergency managers, and provide leading edge data analytics products for transportation planners and consultants. These products and services are rapidly changing the way governments do business and make important decisions. We receive hundreds of gigabytes of transportation data every day ranging from traffic accident information to real-time traffic flow information. Transportation data may describe how effective a road is during rush hour or the impact of a work zone on traffic congestion. Our clients use our software to analyze transportation data in order to generate insights used in research, planning, and operations. We’re passionate about transportation as much as we’re passionate about building great software. We care about building usable, stable, and secure software that can handle large amounts of concurrent users analyzing lots of data. We use cutting edge tech to build and maintain our software. We have a mature development process and use industry best practices to ensure that we build the best software possible. We work in an agile environment, so we have stand-ups, retrospectives, and sprint planning meetings. Our team is composed of program managers, technical leads, full-stack developers, scrum masters, testers, administrators, DBAs, interns, and customer support. Our lab is in College Park near the University of Maryland and it’s easily accessible by metro, bus, car, and bike. So, you’ve made it this far. Great! If you’re interested in working with a team that builds software used every day to plan improvements for road networks across the United States, if you want to make an impact on the way people analyze and visualize transportation data, and you’re interested in working with people that are passionate about what they do, apply now! We strive to cultivate a diverse team because we believe that different perspectives build better products, so we encourage people of all backgrounds to apply. Candidates will work with full time developers, DBAs, and interns to design, develop, test, deploy, and maintain software applications. Candidates will utilize their knowledge, skill, and experience to create stable, secure, and reliable data processing applications. In addition, applicants will learn new skills and stay current with industry best practices and upcoming technologies. Candidates will perform code reviews to ensure that code base modifications from other developers are free of bugs and follow the lab’s coding standards. Candidates will also have the opportunity to mentor undergraduate and graduate interns. Essential duties and responsibilities: Create new functionality to enhance our products. Write code to interact with SQL and NoSQL databases such as PostgreSQL and HBase. Work on software that interacts with internal and external web services. Maintain existing software as needed. Use other JVM-based languages such as Clojure, Kotlin, and Groovy where applicable. Document processes, design decisions, and software architecture. Work with members of the QA team to ensure software is tested thoroughly. Conduct code reviews. Understand, refine, breakdown, and estimate backlog items. Participate in our support team rotation. Participate in Agile ceremonies such as standups and retrospectives ENGR-Civil-Center for Advanced Transportation Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73585 2019-09-19T14:44:48-04:00 2019-09-19T14:44:50-04:00 Director The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) seeks a Director of Information Technology to manage its information technology efforts. The Director of Information Technology is housed within the office of the Dean of AGNR in support of the academic, extension, and research missions of the college. The Director of Information Technology will serve as a trusted advisor and be responsible for the operational planning, infrastructure strategy and roadmap, execution of core technologies that aligns with the broader IT and campus IT strategic plans. The Director maintains a decentralized computing and network infrastructure and provides leadership for efficient College-wide networking, academic and administrative computing. AGNR-CIT-Information Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74531 2019-10-23T15:42:09-04:00 2019-10-23T15:42:10-04:00 Software Technical Program Manager Serves as a Software Technical Program Manager for the Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory. This position is a technical project lead overseeing multiple agile software development teams working on 5--10 concurrent projects ranging from rapid turnaround hotfixes to major platform launches. Primary responsibilities include leading development teams in our agile development culture, coordinating with clients, and creating and maintaining project plans. This position is also responsible for interviewing and hiring full-time and part-time staff. ENGR-Civil-Center for Advanced Transportation Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75137 2019-11-18T09:50:07-05:00 2019-11-18T09:50:09-05:00 Talent Acquisition Coordinator The University of Maryland, College Park has an exciting and unique opportunity for an experienced Talent Acquisition Coordinator. This position provides recruiting support for the Division of Administration and Finance, and coordinates employment and promotional processes by working with leaders and candidates to ensure efficient employment operations. The Division of Administration and Finance develops and maintains the University’s infrastructure and services to help support the University’s mission of education, research, and public service. The Division consists of seven departments to include: Community Engagement; Environmental Safety, Sustainability, and Risk; Finance; Public Safety; Procurement and Strategic Sourcing; Real Estate; and University Human Resources. From keeping the campus clean and safe to promoting environmental sustainability, Administration and Finance organizations play an integral role in campus operations and contribute greatly to the community experience at the University of Maryland. Under the supervision of the VPAF’s Talent Acquisition Manager, the Talent Acquisition Coordinator is responsible for full life-cycle recruiting, managing the full range of services including position and posting development, search coordination, onboarding and off-boarding, records and employee movement, learning, and compliance. The Talent Acquisition Coordinator is the public face of the Division during the recruiting process, so they must ensure positive candidate experiences from the initial application to the final on-boarding process. VPAF-University Human Resources http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69591 2019-05-09T14:44:45-04:00 2019-05-09T14:44:46-04:00 Post-Doctoral Associate The Johnson lab (http://life.umd.edu/biology/plfj/) at the University of Maryland, College Park is recruiting a postdoctoral fellow in population genetics. Current topics of interest include: 1. Dynamics of adaptive immune system diversity in microbes (e.g., CRISPR) and vertebrates (e.g., T cells) 2. Methods to infer contamination in ancient DNA 3. Mutation rate evolution Our group is theoretical/computational but collaborates with experimentalists to ensure relevance to biological problems. The new postdoc will be encouraged to work on established projects within the lab as well as develop new projects of mutual interest. CMNS-Biology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75542 2019-12-06T10:10:05-05:00 2019-12-06T10:10:06-05:00 Assistant Dean The Assistant Dean supports the Dean with financial operations of the Robert H. Smith School of Business with a consolidated budget of $90+ million. The position will provide strategic development, direction and implementation of all business operations and financial policies, practices and procedures. Oversee the Financial Management and Budget at the direction of the Dean. The Assistant Dean advises the Dean on the financial impact of strategic development and growth of new initiatives at the school. This position provides direction and implementation of all business operations and financial policies, practices and procedures. This position will manage the day-to-day cash flow forecasting, expense reimbursements, vendor payments, procurement, contracts, grants, etc. using procedures that are transparent and compliant with policies of UMD and USM. Work with the CFO of UMD and other campus officials on the College Budget. BMGT-Dean-Office of Finance & Accounting http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72217 2019-07-31T08:47:31-04:00 2019-07-31T08:47:32-04:00 Graduate Systems Analyst The focus of the Graduate Systems Analyst (GSA) is the development, advancement and maintenance of the graduate admissions, recruitment, enrollment and current student support mission of the University’s Graduate School. Primary responsibilities include project support/software development and implementation, requirements gathering, process and workflow support, issue resolution, and training. The GSA independently provides operational assistance to GS staff and the schools/departments in their use of the graduate admissions, CRM, recruitment and review systems and is responsible for processing application fee waivers. As a member of the Graduate Technology Team, the GSA maintains awareness of new applications, technologies, and skills in order to recommend changes in current technology, process, workflows and/or functional designs of Graduate School systems. The GSA troubleshoots problems by utilizing appropriate resources, identifying, and resolving issues independently and communicates both proactively and reactively with campus staff and faculty as well as graduate student applicants. GRAD-Graduate School http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75487 2019-12-04T09:28:50-05:00 2019-12-04T09:28:51-05:00 Manager, Enterprise Data Management The Manager, Enterprise Data Management within the University Decision Support unit at the Division of Information Technology (DIT) at the University of Maryland, College Park, leads key data initiatives focused on the management and use of the university's Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) and associated processes. This individual understands end-to-end master data processes and flows and uses that knowledge to implement data management functional solutions, in concert with owners of the data in other business areas. The Manager - Enterprise Data Management ensures data integrity and compliance by leading the team performing data quality, data profiling, data validation, administering and maintaining the master data tables with database administrator assistance. This individual also performs root-cause analysis on data related system problems and recommends or executes corrective action. Working with the Data Architect and associated data engineers, the Manager - Enterprise Data Management recommends ways to strengthen data integrity, quality, and availability of data through the EDW. This individual collaborates with Data Stewards to ensure appropriate data training and support is available for the effective use of data within the EDW. The Manager - Enterprise Data Management collaborates with the Data Architect, Data Modeler, ETL Engineers, IT Infrastructure teams, Data Stewards, Data SMEs and appropriate business teams in the creation and implementation of new or revised designs that affect data sets for the EDW. This manager also leads the team that conducts testing and validation to troubleshoot issues related to master data and the EDW. The Manager - Enterprise Data Management is a key contributor to the advancement of business intelligence (BI) and analytics capabilities for the University of Maryland, College Park. As the gatekeeper of our University’s most sensitive data, it is critical that the person in this position enforce and adhere to all data access, usage and security policies established by the University and the Division of IT. DIT-EE-University Decision Support http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70911 2019-06-18T16:44:48-04:00 2019-06-18T16:44:49-04:00 Minority and Urban Education Faculty The Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership is searching for a tenure-track, open-rank faculty position in Minority and Urban Education (MUE). Located in the Washington, DC-Baltimore corridor, the University of Maryland, College Park, is the flagship research university and a land grant institution committed to rigorous research, quality teaching, and informed public service. The Department is deeply committed to equity and excellence, embraces a broad range of theoretical and methodological orientations, values collaborative research, and encourages faculty to work across divisions and specializations. The Department also supports the development and dissemination of policy-relevant research and school improvement initiatives through the Maryland Equity Project. The MUE program is dedicated to improving opportunities for individuals and groups who are educationally and socioeconomically marginalized at the intersections of race/ethnicity, gender, social class, culture, and language through research, teaching, policy, and practice. Using critical and justice-oriented frameworks, MUE addresses macro- and micro-level socio-political contexts that impact schools and communities in urban areas and seeks strategies for community empowerment and educational transformation. EDUC-Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73949 2019-10-02T10:25:15-04:00 2019-10-02T10:25:16-04:00 Business Manager The Business Manager is a part time (20 hours per week) position responsible for the financial operations and personnel management for a small academic department that values teamwork and cooperation. Financial Operations include: performing payroll and budgetary duties; developing and creating department budgets in accordance with UMD and state budgetary guidelines; maintaining expense and income tracking systems, preparing quarterly income and expense reports for the Chair to review operational, personnel, and programmatic budgets; monitoring expenditures and initiating transfer of funds; reconciling monthly financial statements and making adjustments; reviewing grant proposal guidelines and assuring compliance of budget with guidelines; generating annual budget reports with 3 to 5-year projections/forecasts; approving and managing departmental related travel and purchases in the Elf and Kuali systems; and ensuring compliance for all financial matters with all ATHU, UMD, and State policies and procedures. Personnel Management includes: creating and monitoring new student fellowship awards; initiating appointment contracts and processing payroll for all departmental employees (faculty, graduate teaching assistants, hourly students, and outside consultants); responding to employee, college, campus inquiries for benefits; training department personnel on systems as necessary (such as PHR); grant reporting requirements/systems and procedures. The business manager will also support management of the department's physical facilities, classroom scheduling, and will provide other administrative support to the department office as needed. ARHU-Women's Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74683 2019-10-29T08:59:24-04:00 2019-10-29T08:59:25-04:00 Research Scientist The Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS), based at the University of Maryland College Park, was established in 2018 under the auspices of the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (USDI) to be a strategic asset for research and development in social systems, autonomy and augmentation, and advanced computing. One of only 14 designated Department of Defense University Affiliated Research Centers (UARCs) in the nation and the only UARC focused on supporting the intelligence community, ARLIS conducts both unclassified and classified research spanning from basic to applied system development and works to serve the US Government as an independent and objective trusted agent. ARLIS research is driven by a cadre of research scientists and engineers, faculty research specialists and project engineers, further supported by senior University of Maryland faculty and a consortium of university partners. Research is typically conducted through interdisciplinary teams of e.g. social scientists, computer scientists, psychologists, linguists, cognitive neuroscientists, applied mathematicians, political scientists, policy analysts, and systems engineers. ARLIS is actively seeking research scientists (in the full, Associate, and Assistant ranks) to commit effort on its projects. Exceptional candidates in all areas related to the ARLIS’s current research trajectories will be given serious consideration, particularly those with experience in multiple areas. These include: ? Psychological and brain sciences, including neuroscience, human cognition, individual differences, and social psychology; ? Social influence and disinformation, detection and mitigation of insider threat, industrial/organizational psychology, and teamwork and group dynamics; ? Computational social science (including agent-based modeling and simulation, social media analysis, behavioral economics, game theory, predictive modeling); ? Human-machine interface (to include augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), human-systems integration, and augmenting human performance; ? Artificial intelligence, including computer vision, natural language processing, human language technologies, multimodal sense-making, and other AI/ML based systems; ? Data science, data creation/curation, data fusion, visualization, analytics, and decision support; ? Industrial security, including supply chain illumination and risk assessment; and ? Software engineering, static/dynamic software analysis, formal methods, applied mathematics, trusted AI, metric development, testbed design, and systems verification and validation. Salary is dependent on experience, qualifications, and hiring level. VPR-Applied Research Lab for Intelligence & Security http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75310 2019-11-22T13:59:32-05:00 2019-11-22T13:59:37-05:00 Assistant Athletic Trainer The Assistant Athletic Trainer will work under the medical supervision of the head team physician and is responsible for the day-to-day sports medicine/athletic training operations for assigned sport(s); to include prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation of student-athletes; pre-participation physicals; maintaining medical records; monitoring insurance claims; daily interaction and communication with coaching staff, team physicians, athletic trainers and administration; attending team practices and events; manage functional movement assessments, corrective exercises and injury prevention programming. Collaborate with Strength and Conditioning, Nutrition and Mental Health providers and assist the Director of Athletic Training with other administrative duties as assigned. PRES-ICA-Support Services http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69681 2019-05-10T08:44:07-04:00 2019-05-10T08:44:07-04:00 Graduate Assistant (Resident Director - Fraternity & Sorority Life) Overview: Provide live-in oversight of a University-owned Fraternity or Sorority Chapter House, working for the Department of Fraternity & Sorority Life (DFSL) and assisting the alumni Advisors and House Corporation members primarily in maintaining the house and secondarily in supporting the operation of the undergraduate chapter in the facility. Responsibilities include: ? Participate in Fall and Spring intensive training and retreats as well as weekly RD staff meetings, and monthly DFSL staff and House Director staff meetings. ? Meet with and reach out to chapter officers and alumni, attend chapter and House Corporation meetings and maintain a visible presence with these stakeholders. ? Oversee facilities and administrative tasks (in coordination with chapter and alumni), such as check-in and check-out, room inspections, key management, maintenance reporting, monitoring kitchen staff and housekeeping staff performance, roster and access management, etc., ensuring that the facility is maintained as a positive living/learning environment. ? Participate in DFSL staff activities and retreats as well as other Student Affairs and University professional development opportunities throughout the year. ? Attend all Greek community-wide events such as Homecoming, Greek Week, Chapter Awards Night, as well as events hosted by the local chapter. ? As a highly visible campus staff member, always act in a manner in keeping with the standards of DFSL and as a role model to your chapter and the greater University community. ? Participate in a regular On-Duty cycle as one of 13 Resident Directors. This involves staying on campus and doing regular walking tours from 10 pm Thursday night to 8 am Monday morning. Duty is done by two RD's each weekend, not including closed/all hands available dates. ? Fulfill special staffing assignments, assisting in specific areas such as council and group advising, assessment, facilities management, special events, judicial affairs, training, hazing and sexual assault prevention teams, etc. ? Average of 20 hours per week plus extra hours which may be associated with the Residential/Live-in responsibilities, from August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020. VPSA-Fraternity and Sorority Life http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73288 2019-09-09T08:54:50-04:00 2019-09-23T15:27:12-04:00 Assistant and/or Associate Professor The Department of Geographical Sciences at the University of Maryland (UMD) is a leader in integrated research on the coupled human and physical dimensions of global change, remote sensing, and Geospatial Information Science. The Department invites applications for two faculty positions at either the tenure-track Assistant Professor or the tenured Associate Professor rank. These positions are expected to start in Spring 2020 or Fall 2020. We are seeking the most outstanding candidates, with a track record of publications and awarded grants appropriate to rank. The successful candidates will advance the excellence in our research and teaching in the cutting-edge geographic sciences with regards to social science aspects of Human Dimension of Global Change (HDGC). To complement existing strengths in the department, we expect the successful candidates to have expertise in the areas of human geography and interdisciplinary studies across economics, geography, management, and systems analysis. It is desirable for the candidate to have proven expertise in integrated modeling or in linking physical and socioeconomic data in theoretically informed ways to address pressing questions on the human dimensions of global change. Applications should include a personal statement of background and experience relevant to the position, including research, teaching and service activities, a signed, dated Curriculum Vitae, reprints of selected peer-reviewed publications, and names and addresses (including e-mail) of 3-5 references. BSOS-Geography http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74321 2019-10-15T00:02:03-04:00 2019-10-15T00:02:04-04:00 Assistant Professor The School of Public Health at the University of Maryland, College Park invites applications and nominations for an Assistant Professor tenure-track position in the Department of Health Policy and Management with the appointment effective as of August 2020. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching, research and service activities. We seek candidates with expertise in health equity or health disparities in the context of health care delivery, health care access and quality, or health care management. Successful candidates will have a track record or strong potential to 1) develop an independent research agenda with extramural funding; 2) develop and teach graduate and undergraduate courses; 3) advise and mentor students; 4) supervise master’s theses and doctoral dissertations; and 5) participate in service projects that address the school’s mission of advancing a better state of health. The Department conducts scholarship in health services research, health policy, healthcare management, and health equity. The Department’s mission is to improve population health and achieve health equity in the community, in the state of Maryland and nationally by training future leaders and pursuing excellence in research and service. The Department is connected to the Maryland Center for Health Equity, the Center on Aging, and has access to an abundance of data resources, including Maryland All-Payer claims data, Maryland Medicaid data, and National Medicare claims data. The department also benefits from strong campus resources, including the Maryland Federal Statistical Research Data Center and the Maryland Population Research Center. The Department includes a PhD program, four Master’s programs and two certificate programs. The School of Public Health is accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) and is located on the flagship campus of the University of Maryland in College Park. SPHL-Health Policy and Management http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74992 2019-11-11T15:13:01-05:00 2019-11-11T15:13:03-05:00 Communications Manager The Communications Manager, in close collaboration with the Assistant Dean for Communications, manages the communications programs for a portfolio of departments and units at the A. James Clark School of Engineering. This position works to strengthen and advance the identity and reputation of the Clark School and its departments/units, as well as promote and maintain a favorable perception among general, academic, industry, and government audiences. In addition, the Communications Manager supports partner offices within the Clark School to help ensure that development, recruitment, and partnership goals are more efficiently achieved. The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland serves as the catalyst for high-quality research, innovation, and learning, delivering on a promise that all graduates will leave ready to impact the Grand Challenges (e.g., energy, environment, security, and human health) of the 21st century. The Clark School is dedicated to leading and transforming the engineering discipline and profession, to accelerating entrepreneurship, and to transforming research and learning activities into new innovations that benefit millions. ENGR-Dean-Engineering Communications http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74224 2019-10-10T14:22:52-04:00 2019-10-10T14:22:55-04:00 Assistant Professor The Department of Anthropology is known for its strong theoretical emphasis and is nationally recognized for its applied methodological focus. Our faculty expertise center on three main core programs of focus—health, heritage, and environment. We have a demonstrated commitment to documenting, preserving and transmitting the knowledge of the past, as well as to illuminating and confronting the challenges of the present. Anthropology is unique at the University of Maryland because of our ability to teach smaller than average class sizes, which encourages the development of strong student-faculty mentoring relationships. We have five degree programs—BA/BS, MAA, MAA/MHP, MPS (CHRM) and Ph.D., and we continue to attract the best and brightest students. The Department of Anthropology, University of Maryland, invites applications for the position of tenure-track assistant professor (at any level within the rank) for August 2020. Qualifications include a Ph.D. in anthropology with specialization in medical anthropology and global health, and a demonstrated commitment to interdisciplinary research collaborations and publicly engaged scholarship. Attention to issues of social and structural inequalities is welcome, as are candidates with experience working with social scientists and public health scholars. Geographic area is open and candidates whose interests expand our current offerings are especially encouraged to apply. Successful candidates will have an active research agenda with refereed publications; a history of federal, local, or foundation funding; and a proven record of teaching excellence. Candidates are expected to maintain an active research profile in the anthropology department as well as our interdisciplinary medical anthropology and global health program. Candidates are also expected to have a commitment to teaching and mentorship at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including working with students and groups from underrepresented backgrounds. We particularly seek candidates who can concretely discuss how their scholarship, teaching, and public engagement work contribute to principles of diversity, inclusion, and social justice. BSOS-Anthropology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74831 2019-11-04T12:52:14-05:00 2019-11-04T12:52:15-05:00 Salesforce (TerpEngage) Enterprise Architect The University of Maryland, College Park (UMD) is seeking a Salesforce Architect. This position is assisting with developing the full application architecture and developing solutions that translates business requirements into functioning software systems, services and solutions. The Salesforce Solution Architect will be expected to work with the UMD Salesforce project team and UMD clients to gather requirements and develop the Salesforce solutions based on business needs with robust documentation. The Salesforce Solution Architect will require a strong knowledge of application development, database design, systems implementation and crafting technical solutions to complex business needs. The best candidates will be a highly technical professional experienced in data architecture/database programming and web application development. Candidates should have extensive development experience with the Salesforce platform. The Salesforce Solution Architect will be expected to engage with clients and crucially understanding key client needs. He/she will be comfortable in crafting, proposing and presenting Cloud solutions at senior levels. DIT-Division of Information Technology http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75386 2019-11-26T13:38:11-05:00 2019-11-26T13:38:13-05:00 Post Doctoral Associate Applicants are sought for three post doctoral scholar positions in STEM Education. The post doctoral scholars will work with an interdisciplinary team at the University of Maryland, College Park. ENGR-Civil-Maryland Transportation Institute (MTI) http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/70150 2019-05-24T15:03:07-04:00 2019-05-24T15:03:08-04:00 Post-Doctoral Associate The High-speed Aerodynamics and Propulsion Laboratory at the University of Maryland, College Park has an open post-doctoral position in the measurement of high-altitude (~100 kft) flow disturbances and particulates. The position will involve the development of measurement payloads employing sounding-balloon and possibly high-altitude-glider platforms, with instrumentation that may include (but not necessarily be limited to) hot- and cold-wire probes, microphones, and particulate counters. The applicant will be expected to calibrate the instruments, design the instrumentation payload and integrate it with the flight platform, perform measurements (as part of a larger launch team), analyze the gathered data, and summarize in reports and scholarly publications. The position may require extended overseas travel to Europe and/or South America. As part of the position, the applicant may also have the opportunity to work on additional side projects involving instrumentation and experiments in hypersonic wind tunnels. The appointment will be in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, full-time, for at least one year, with the possibility of renewals pending satisfactory performance and funding. Remuneration will be competitive and based on qualifications. The expected start date is July/August 2018, contingent upon funding approval. ENGR-Aerospace Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/73598 2019-09-19T16:35:22-04:00 2019-09-19T16:35:23-04:00 Full Prof or Associate Prof with tenure The Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA is recruiting to fill multiple endowed positions by Capital One, with start dates on or after July 1, 2020. Outstanding mid-career and/or senior candidates are encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will also be considered for joint appointments with the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies (UMIACS), a multi-disciplinary research institute. Exceptional candidates in Machine Learning, Data Science, and Cybersecurity are being sought. Applicants working at the boundary of computer science and related disciplines are also encouraged to apply, and may be considered for joint positions with other departments or institutes on campus. A candidate should indicate in their cover letter if they might be interested in such a joint appointment. The department is committed to building a diverse faculty pre-eminent in its missions of research, teaching, and service to the community, and it especially encourages applications from women and underrepresented minorities. In addition, candidates who have experience engaging with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students and contributing to a climate of inclusivity are encouraged to discuss their perspectives on these subjects in their application materials. Interested candidates should apply on-line at http://www.tztianfu.com in order to receive consideration. Search under Faculty for position #123708. The review of applications will begin on October 15, 2019, and applicants are strongly encouraged to have complete versions of their materials – including a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, research and teaching statements, and recommendation letters from at least four references – uploaded by that date for full consideration. Candidates will be prompted when submitting application to submit all information for their references. Questions can be directed to the faculty recruitment committee at: capitalonesearch@cs.umd.edu. The Department of Computer Science at the University of Maryland is consistently ranked among the top-15 nationally. It is one of the largest departments in the country, with approximately 55 full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty covering a wide variety of research areas and over 295 doctoral students drawn from top undergraduate programs nationally and internationally. In 2019, the department moved into its new state-of-the-art facility, the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering. Additional information about the Department of Computer Science and UMIACS is available at http://www.cs.umd.edu and at http://www.umiacs.umd.edu. To learn more about the Iribe Center, please visit: https://iribe.umd.edu/. CMNS-Computer Science http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/74558 2019-10-24T16:48:37-04:00 2019-10-24T16:48:39-04:00 Research Coordinator The Research Coordinator for the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park works with Principal Investigators (PIs) through the development, submission, award, execution and close out of sponsored projects. The Coordinator advises faculty on all elements and procedures required for proposal preparation, development, and submission and on appropriate expenditures, award specific terms, and regulations. The Coordinator also obtains and follows solicitation instructions for the preparation of the proposals and prepares proposal budgets, gathers information to support the proposed costs, and completes all required sponsor cost proposal forms. The A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland serves as the catalyst for high-quality research, innovation, and learning, delivering on a promise that all graduates will leave ready to impact the Grand Challenges (e.g., energy, environment, security, and human health) of the 21st century. The Clark School is dedicated to leading and transforming the engineering discipline and profession, to accelerating entrepreneurship, and to transforming research and learning activities into new innovations that benefit millions. ENGR-Mechanical Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75145 2019-11-18T12:59:03-05:00 2019-11-18T12:59:05-05:00 Sr. Business Process Consultant The senior analyst acts as the analysis lead for campus-wide enterprise projects which impact multiple essential campus-wide processes. They work directly with campus leadership to provide analysis and recommendations on critical project decisions. The ideal candidate will have experience with organizational change, the ability to work in a complex environment and experience presenting to senior level administrators. Activities will include business requirements, facilitation, data analysis, and the development of recommendations briefs. In addition, the senior analyst will support and advise project leadership when needed. DIT-Enterprise Planning and Continuous Improvement http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/69617 2019-05-09T15:26:35-04:00 2019-05-09T15:26:36-04:00 Software Developer The Modeling and Optimization Consortium within the Center for Enivronmental Energy Engineering (CEEE) at the University of Maryland is conducts research in the field of HVAC&R modeling and optimization. This research is a combination of analytical and experimental efforts. The research is funded by more than 30 HVAC&R manufacturers/OEMs worldwide. Engineering software is the best form of technology transfer and allows for immediate technology transfer to the researchers in these organizations. This in turn adds value to these organizations and ensures continued research funding. The primary purpose of this Software Developer position is develop meaningful and user-friendly graphical-user-interfaces for complex engineering algorithms and calculations to facilitate the overall technology transfer. ENGR-Mechanical Engineering http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/75552 2019-12-06T14:59:43-05:00 2019-12-06T14:59:44-05:00 Mixed Reality Technical Artist The Mixed Reality Technical Artist combines their skills in digital content creation with a technical understanding of mixed reality development. You will apply your skills in a university research environment to take ownership over the digital asset creation and front end development of mixed reality applications. Principal Responsibilities and Tasks ● Create quality art assets for research team requirements ● Develop front end user experience and integrate digital assets into Unity applications ● Capture, produce, and edit virtual reality camera footage ● Assists in strategic planning teleconferences, conferences, and meetings associated with improving the program. ● Help make decisions about obtaining new equipment and software CMNS-Institute for Advanced Computer Studies http://www.tztianfu.com/postings/72244 2019-08-01T00:03:57-04:00 2019-08-01T00:03:59-04:00 Assistant Professor The University of Maryland, College Park, invites applications from historians of the Roman Imperial and Late Antique Mediterranean worlds within the broad geographical zone that extends into Asia, Africa, and Europe. While specialization is open, preference will be given to scholars whose work engages with the diversity of the Roman and late antique worlds in such areas as ethnicity, gender, or identity. In addition to exceptional scholarly promise, the successful candidate will demonstrate excellence in teaching and will be able to teach broadly in the history and culture of the ancient and late antique periods. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate lecture courses and upper-level undergraduate seminars as well as graduate seminars on specialized topics; advising graduate students; and engaging in curriculum development. Applications should include a letter of application with a brief statement of current and future research and teaching interests, CV, email addresses of three reference providers, and an article-length writing sample. For best consideration, please ensure that all application materials are uploaded by October 1, 2019. The University of Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. This search is contingent upon the availability of funds. ARHU-History 在线高清中文字幕电影