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Director, Cooperative Extension
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension The CES Director is a senior executive leader who must work closely with 15 County Extension Directors, four Associate Directors, 10 Academic Unit Heads, Directors of three research / policy centers, two Associate Deans in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), the Director of the Arizona Experiment Station (and affiliated research centers), the Associate Vice President for Finance, Administration and Operations, and Development, Alumni, Advocacy and Corporate Relations. They must liaise with peers in other UArizona colleges, federal and state personnel, agricultural producers and commodity groups, external advisory committees, UArizona administrators, 4-H (and other youth programs), and other CES stakeholders throughout the state. Under the direction of UArizona Government and Community Relations, the CES Director may be required to represent the CES to elected and appointed officials in five tribal nations and county, state, and federal government.
As the vital contributor to the communities in which it serves and a visible ambassador of UArizona throughout the state, the CES has more than 400 employees and nearly 2,500 volunteers delivering Extension programs that serve Arizona’s private and public sectors.
UAHS- Office of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Design, test, and implement evaluation projects for grants, programs, and departments. Design data collection tools and protocols. Lead data collection and reporting for grant-funded projects. Collect data through interviews, surveys, and focus groups with staff, people we serve, community members, and stakeholders. Analyze both quantitative and qualitative data from internal and external sources. • Establish and adapt electronic application and evaluation systems to measure shortterm and long-term impacts in collaboration with other offices and departments. • Use inferential and descriptive statistics to analyze data and generate reports of the results.
Posting numbre: req7852
The University of Arizona The University of Arizona's Office of Societal Impact is announcing an upcoming job posting for the position of Societal Impact Group (SIG) Director for the Department of Education Title III HSI STEM grant, "Culturally Responsive Engagement, Articulation and Research" (CREAR). This position will be posted soon! To be notified once this position is live, please email the contact below.
CREAR aims to dismantle barriers to a STEM education, moving Latinx students and students from low-income households from enrollment through degree completion to STEM employment or graduate study. The SIG Director will administer the arm of CREAR programming that aims to advance the STEM pathways as Societal Impact Group learning communities based on the model of First Year Interest Groups (FIGs). This role will be responsible for developing the structure for these learning communities, gaining buy-in from key stakeholders, working with college administrators to identify how to blend this program with their existing college goals and activities, collaborating with units to launch a FIG like structure that is customized for our university's culture and systems, managing staff, and coordinating with internal and external stakeholders. The salary for this position will depend on experience.
For additional information about this position or to be notified once the posting is live, please contact CREAR Project Manager, Brooke Moreno (email@example.com).
Admissions Professional I, College of Public Health
Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health seeks an Admissions Coordinator to develop and implement strategies to support the college enrollment objectives. This position will serve as point of contact for prospective students navigating the application and admissions process. The position will assist students in their successful matriculation into the institution. This position will also maintain student admissions databases and collaborate on retention initiatives.
Recruitment Professional I, College of Public Health
Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health The Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health seeks an Admissions Recruiter to develop, implement, and manage admissions recruitment strategies for prospective College of Public Health undergraduate and graduate students. This position will work collaboratively with academic departments to achieve their enrollment objectives, as well as design and coordinate admissions outreach activities to attract diverse and qualified student applicants. Position requires occasional travel and to work occasionally on evenings and weekends.
Sports Program Coordinator
Campus Recreation Coordinator is a full-time position (12 month) that assists with the development and administration of a comprehensive competitive and recreational sports program, providing effective day-to-day supervision and implementation of programs and services within the Sports Division.
Business Manager, Campus Recreation
Campus Recreation Campus Recreation (CREC) is looking for an individual to join our dynamic team. The ideal candidate would be someone who enjoys detailed financial and analysis work, interacting with a variety of people and can thrive in a fast-paced environment. The Business Manager will be working closely with Campus Recreation’s staff, managing the day-to-day operations of the department. The position is also responsible for training, developing, and providing support to department staff across all CREC’s programs, as well as serving as the department liaison to University of Arizona’s Financial Services. Additionally, the Business Manager will assist in managing, controlling and coordinating accounting, budgeting, and other financial or related functions to ensure financial integrity of the department. The Business Manager is responsible for the direct supervision of two full-time professionals and student employees within the Campus Recreation’s Administration and Finance area.
HR Assistant III, Campus Recreation
Campus Recreation The HR Assistant will be responsible in assisting Campus Recreation’s (CREC) HR Generalist II by providing administrative and Human Resources (HR) support to the operation of the department.
Post-Doctoral Research Associate - Stakeholder Engagement in Environment & Natural Resources Governance
Udall Center (University of Arizona) The Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy at the University of Arizona announces a postdoctoral position to focus on stakeholder engagement in environmental and natural resources governance. Stakeholder engagement is at the cornerstone of environmental and natural resources governance. Yet, it is often characterized by institutional deficiencies, inequities in practice, inadequate benchmarking, and a lack of measurable outcomes. This position offers the opportunity to explore stakeholder engagement across a number of efforts underway at the Udall Center, including local green infrastructure and urban greening projects, the use of novel geospatial tools in federal natural resources engagement processes, and governance practices in the Colorado River Basin, among other research topics. In addition, there is considerable room for the postdoctoral researcher to design and implement their own research initiative under this broad umbrella of stakeholder engagement in environmental and natural resources governance. The Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy is a university-wide research center that is the intellectual home for interdisciplinary, stakeholder-based policy research and outreach. As such, the Udall Center’s charge is to advance cross-cutting inquiry and connect diverse policy research efforts and researchers, gain increasing external support for policy research, and deliver measurable public impact. The Environmental Policy Program at the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy engages in applied research and outreach on public policy topics relating to economic development, environment, public health, public lands, and energy transitions and extends to such themes as social justice, gender equity, human well-being and quality of life, Indigenous entrepreneurship, and energy and renewables.
Nutrition Counselor (Part Time)
University of Arizona The University of Arizona (UArizona), Campus Health Service’s (CHS) is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Nutrition Counselor. This position will provide nutrition counseling for UArizona students and support other nutrition- related services, campus-wide collaborations, events, and outreach programs.