Plan, coordinate and supervise on-site functions. This includes project safety, scheduling, engineering, material control and may provide day to day direction of onsite administration staff and engineers.
Teach clinical and/or didactic counseling courses, advise students, and provide program/school service primarily in the Counselor Education and Supervision Doctoral Program (Counselor Education track) and as needed in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Masters Program.
The successful candidate will perform administrative support functions including, but not limited to, copying, calendar, travel, expense reports, ordering and managing of office supplies, and word processing.
The Assistant Professor will have responsibilities to teach graduate and undergraduate courses; supervise speech-language pathology graduate student clinicians; contribute to school with research/scholarship and service.
In addition to building and externally funded research program in advanced manufacturing, the successful applicant will be expected to direct graduate and undergraduatee student research in their area of expertise.
The Assistant Professor will teach courses in undergraduate and/or graduate programs in Nursing. Involvement with research and scholarly activities is expected along with participation in School, College and University service.
Provides information and answers routine questions of patients regarding their disease, including preventive health maintenance topics such as diet, weight, smoking and topics related to medical specialty, with basic recommendations.
The Assistant Prosecuting Attorney provides coverage for his/her assigned court as well as backup coverage for other courts; he/she will review and prepare cases, subpoena necessary witnesses for hearings, oversee discovery compliance, prepare and file motions, respond to motions, and meet with victims/witnesses/officers.
Applicants will establish a strong, externally funded research program related to polymer rheology, direct M.S. and Ph.D. students, teach graduate and undergraduate classes, and contribute to the functioning of the department, college, and university through service on committees and participation in departmental activities.
Teach clinical and/or didactic counseling courses, advise students, and provide program/school service primarily in the Counselor Education and Supervision Doctoral Program (Counselor Education track) and as needed in the School Counseling Masters Program.
Teach courses within his/her discipline, actively contribute to department and university service, and engage in academic research. She/he must be able to teach courses in the evening, on the weekend, or online.
The Executive Assistant (EA) to the Chair of Psychiatry will have a multifaceted position serving as the major support person to the Chair and the senior point person for projects initiated by the Chair.