THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND
THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION
CLASSIFIED JOB OPENINGS
August 11, 2009
PLEASE NOTE: The University in many instances must give preference to civil service candidates on a list or qualified union members with seniority. (Classified positions fall under the State's Civil Service System, and primarily include the University's service/maintenance/dining positions, clerical support positions, nurses, and various technical/para-professional positions. Please continue to the Non-Classified Job Openings section to view faculty and various administrative/professional positions.)
Application deadline date 08-16-09
Applications (no emails,
please) must be received in the Office of Human Resource Administration by
4:30pm on the application deadline date. ***SEPARATE
APPLICATIONS & RESUMES MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR EACH POSITION FOR WHICH YOU
Inquiries may be directed to the Office of Human Resource Administration, 80 Lower College Road, Kingston,
RI 02881 or (401) 874-2416 or by faxing your application to (401) 874-5741.
(REPOST): Senior Word Processing Typist, ACT/NEA, (New), Office of Admission. Salary Range: $23,445-$25,339 (ACADEMIC YEAR SALARY). SHIFT: 8:30am to 4:30pm. DAYS OFF: Sat & Sun. There is not a list of eligibles for this position. LIMITED: 5/22/10 (FUNDING). Reduced work year (August to May). Applicants must produce a certificate of proficiency (not older than 18 months) for typing (40wpm) at the time of application. Refer to Req# 12631
Application deadline date 08-20-09
Technical Staff Assistant, ACT/NEA, (New), CCE Special Programs. Salary Range: $36,324-$40,634. SHIFT: 8:30am to 4:30 pm. DAYS OFF: Sat & Sun. There is not a list of eligibles for this position. LIMITED: 6/30/10 (FUNDING). Refer to Req# 12632
Clinical Laboratory Scientist, C94 L528, (123), Health Services. Salary Range: $36,090-$40,423 (ACADEMIC YEAR SALARY). SHIFT: 10am to 6pm. DAYS OFF: Sat & Sun. There is not a list of eligibles for this position. LIMITED: 5/22/10 (FUNDING). Reduced work year (August to May). Refer to Req# 12634
Clinical Laboratory Scientist, C94 L528, (97), Health Services. Salary Range: $36,090-$40,423 (ACADEMIC YEAR SALARY). SHIFT: 12Noon to 8pm. DAYS OFF: Sat & Sun. There is not a list of eligibles for this position. Reduced work year (August to May). Refer to Req# 12635
(CANCELLATION): Motor Equipment Operator, C94 L528,
(502), Facilities Services. Refer to Req# 12624
NON-CLASSIFIED JOB OPENINGS
August 11, 2009
The following listing includes openings for faculty
positions and various professional and executive/administrative staff
Resume, cover letter and other requested documents should be sent to the named search committee chair, req #, URI,
PO Box G, Kingston, RI 02881.
Assistant Professor, Organic Chemistry, AAUP Acad, (106466), Chemistry. This is a tenure-track appointment beginning Fall of 2010. Teach courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; advise students at the undergraduate and graduate levels; conduct research in the area of organic chemistry; participate in department and university committee assignments. Ph.D. in chemistry or closely-related field required by time of appointment. Post-doctoral or industrial experience preferred. Demonstrated commitment to the effective teaching of organic chemistry at both the undergraduate and graduate levels required. Must demonstrate the likelihood to develop an externally-funded research program. The research area is open to any area of organic chemistry. Submit (no emails or faxes) a vita, a description of research plans, required startup costs, a statement of teaching philosophy, and have three letters of recommendation sent by 10-09-09 to: William B. Euler, Search Chair, Refer to Req# 12583
Clinical Assistant Professor, Nursing, NUFAC, (106589), Nursing. This is a three-year, non-tenure, full-time academic year appointment for the Fall of 2009. Potential for renewal of position dependent upon student enrollment and funding. Classroom and clinical teaching at the undergraduate level; student advising and service on college committees; participate in the development and implementation of an alternative track for a diverse student population; participation in scholarly activities to promote the goals of the college. Required: Master's degree in nursing and eligibility for RN licensure in Rhode Island; strong, recent background in clinical nursing practice; commitment to baccalaureate education and the mission of the College of Nursing; excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Preferred: Experience in classroom and/or clinical teaching at the baccalaureate level; PhD in nursing or related field; demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations. Applications will be reviewed beginning 08-24-09, and the process will continue until the position is filled. Submit (no emails or faxes) updated resume, cover letter and contact information for three references to: Laurie M. Lauzon Clabo, Search Chair, Refer to Req# 12601
Research Associate IV, PSA/NEA, (107396), Physical Therapy. Salary Range: $58,870-$74,315 (salary to be prorated for PT schedule). Position is part-time (20 hrs/wk) and is limited to 06/30/2010. Responsible for a variety of training and development activities specific to funded training grants. Develop the training curricula for designated areas, including the assessment instruments. Work closely with graduate students, staff, faculty and external consultants on sponsored training projects with the RI Developmental Disabilities Council. Provide formative and summative reporting to funding agency, both in writing and verbally. Seek external funding. Act on behalf of the PI as required, including representing the PI at meetings (e.g., meetings with various departments of state government) to seek new contracts. MA in adult education or closely-allied discipline and four years of experience related to developing, implementing and administering adult training programs required, or Ph.D. in adult education or closely-allied discipline. The following are also required: licensure as a physical therapist in Rhode Island; experience in the field of developmental disabilities, specifically with Developmental Disabilities Councils; proven experience in writing funding proposals and in program evaluation; record of publications in the field of developmental disabilities; ability to work both independently and as part of a team; ability to attend and participate in off-campus training activities; excellent interpersonal, presentation, verbal and written communicatin skills; ability to collect and analyze data. Submit (no emails or faxes) a resume and cover letter postmarked by 08-24-09 to: Susan E. Roush, Search Chair, Refer to Req# 12563
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