THE UNIVERSITY OF
THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION
CLASSIFIED JOB OPENINGS
September 15, 2008
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 09-24-08
Applications (no emails, please) must be received in the Office
of Human Resource Administration by 4:30pm on the application deadline date.
Inquiries may be directed to the Office of Human Resource Administration,
C94 L528, (94), Dining.
C94 L528, (46), Dining.
Education Finance Office Preaudit Clerk, ACT/NEA, (160), General Accounting.
(UNION CORRECTION): Clinical
Psychiatric Nurse Specialist (URI), UNAP L5019, (118), Health
September 15, 2008
The following listing includes openings for faculty positions and
various professional and executive/administrative staff positions. Resume, cover letter and other requested
documents should be sent to the named search committee chair, req #, URI, PO
Associate Research Professor, NUFAC,
(107466), Environment & Life Sciences. Position is
part-time (21 hours per week) and is limited to six months with extension
contingent on funding. Conduct economic and community development extension and
outreach research on issues germane to the missions and programs of the College
of the Environment & Life Sciences.
Develop and maintain a focused extension research and outreach agenda
related to community and economic development aspects of CELS programs. Required:
Ph.D. in community planning or closely related field, and a demonstrated
working knowledge of economic and community development and governmental
structure and dynamics. Preference will be given to candidates with experience
at local, state and federal levels and with a successful record of publications
and teaching experience. Submit (no emails or faxes, please) a resume
and cover letter postmarked by
Assistant Coach, Women's Softball, NUNC,
(New), Women's Softball. Under the direction of the head coach, assist with the
successful administration of the women's softball program, including teaching,
motivating, evaluating and recruiting qualified high caliber student-athletes. Required:
Bachelor's degree; experience coaching women's softball at the high school,
college or semi-professional level; proven leadership ability and
organizational skills in a softball program; excellent communication and
interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to teach, motivate, and
evaluate student-athletes; computer proficiency,
including ability to maintain recruiting and fundraising databases; willingness
to be involved in the local softball community; knowledge of NCAA rules and
regulations as they apply to recruitment and player eligibility. Preferred: Division I softball playing
experience; experience recruiting student-athletes; pitching background.
Appointment subject to NCAA violation report clearance and the successful
completion of NCAA rules certification exam. Submit (no emails or faxes, please)
a resume and cover letter postmarked by
PTAA, (108574), Industrial & Systems Engineering.