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Information Writer 2 (494678) Main Campus - Academic University Marketing - 104840 Staff - Full-Time
Full Time // Mon-Fri 8:15am - 5pm // CWA grade CN 29
Asst Dir of Creative Services (494385) Main Campus - Administration Athletic-Market & Promotn - 104950 Staff - Full-Time
Exciting opportunity in Athletics for an Assistant Director of Creative Services. The position will work on creating and implementing a strong visual brand for the University of Toledo Athletic Department, with an emphasis on increasing awareness, attendance and revenue. This position is a voice of the University Athletic Department and directly communicates UT Athletics media and marketing materials to the general public and with a great degree of autonomy.
Associate Director of Athletic Development (493860) Main Campus - Administration Athletics-Developmt - 104940 Staff - Full-Time
Exciting opportunity in Athletics Development to directly impact the success of the department through the relationship-building process with donors and ticket holders. • Manage the Rocket Fund (annual giving program). Identify, cultivate, solicit and close gifts. Assist with the design and implementation of annual Rocket Fund campaign plans and calendar. Evaluate prospects for RF/annual gifts/ Rocket Fund Legacy/ President’s Club/ Leadership level gifts. Assist in the management and coordination of the department’s premium seating programs. Basketball/ Savage Arena: Sale of Men’s and Women’s basketball premium seat opportunities including Suite, Loge, Club, courtside and lower bowl premium seating inventory. Football/Glass Bowl: Sale of Glass Bowl Suite, Stadium Club and outside premium seating inventory • Identify prospects. Work in collaboration with the Aspire group on the assignment of prospect calls/visits. Track and direct all activity with the assistance of the ticket office and ticket system, as well as the UT Foundation with the assistance of the gift processing. Emphasis is on the growth of premium seating revenue and ticket counts, generating new business. • Maintain a prospect pool of mid-level special/major gift prospects ($1K-$25K range). Identify, cultivate, solicit, close and steward these prospects. In collaboration with Assoc.. A.D. and Deputy A.D. work on prospect identification and discovery calls/visits.
Licensing Associate (495039) Main Campus - Administration Technology Transfer - 100720 Staff - Full-Time
The Licensing Associate is responsible for technology case management including identifying, evaluating, and licensing patentable inventions made by University researchers.
Clinical Dietician 1 (494992) Health Science Campus Hospital Clinical Dieticians - 109770 Staff - Part-Time
Looking to join a great clinical nutrition group within a university healthcare environment? The dietitian will provide medical nutrition therapy to both inpatients and outpatient settings. Duties will include assessment of nutrition status, development of care plans, follow up, education. Part time | First Shift
Postdoctoral Fellow (494853) Main Campus - Academic Pharmacology - 102290 Staff - Full-Time
A Postdoctoral Fellow position, supported through Dr. Amit K. Tiwari’s funding is available in the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics at the University of Toledo, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. With their expertise in synthetic chemistry, cancer biology, molecular pharmacology, and bioanalytical analysis, the candidate will contribute to our anticancer drug discovery and development program. Performing complex experiments in a new area of cancer therapeutics and drug discovery will require a highly-trained individual, preferably with a minimum of research training and a track record of publication, who is able to think critically throughout the design, execution and failure of the experiments. Candidates should have substantial experience in synthetic chemistry and be comfortable performing in vivo experiments. It is essential that the candidate is a team player who is comfortable working with and training graduate students and technicians in Dr. Tiwari's laboratory. Specifically, he/she will train graduate students in chemical synthesis, drug discovery and molecular techniques in coordination with Dr. Tiwari. Along with the assigned graduate student, this individual will assist with all PK and PDX efficacy studies, data analysis as part of these studies, and optimization of lead molecules for future pre-clinical development. Moreover, he/she will be responsible for maintaining cell lines for in vitro studies as well as ordering all the reagents and animals needed for the proposed study. Additionally, the fellow will be responsible for data analysis, manuscript preparation, and assisting the principal investigator as needed
Assistant Professor - Communication (494837) Main Campus - Academic Communication - 101140 Faculty - Regular
The Department of Communication at the University of Toledo invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Communication. The successful candidate must have an earned Ph.D. by time of appointment in Communication or a related field. We are looking for a candidate with a research and teaching specialty in strategic communication. The ideal candidate will have expertise in some combination of the following: public relations, digital strategy, media studies, market research, social media, public policy, information systems, and organizational behavior. In addition to teaching basic communication courses, possible courses include Public Relations Theory, Public Relations Campaigns, Public Relations Case Studies, Media Communication and Society, Consumer Culture, social media, Digital Publishing, and Organizational Communication. Additionally, we are seeking a candidate who can help shape and modernize the curriculum and add relevant courses based on their expertise. The new hire will also be involved in the PRSSA student chapter on campus. Preferred qualifications also include experience mentoring first-generation and under-represented minority students
Sr Entpr HC Appl Admin (494065) Health Science Campus Hospital Lab-Admin - 109380 Staff - Full-Time
The Senior Enterprise Healthcare Applications Administrator is an expert on enterprise healthcare applications and will work in collaboration with the healthcare informatics team in an outpatient and/or inpatient healthcare applications systems to develop, implement, maintain, support, and evaluate healthcare applications supported by the Information Technology department. This position will lead major healthcare applications project development, design and implementation, maintenance and problem solving of healthcare applications issues. The Senior Enterprise Healthcare Applications Administrator also has leading responsibilities in healthcare applications training/education of end users and customer service.
Budget Analyst (494717) Main Campus - Administration Office Of Bud/Plan - 106280 Staff - Full-Time
Assist in development of the annual operating budget, maintain position control, and provide analytical support to the campus community.
Hall Director, Fraternity & Sorority Life (494524) Main Campus - Student Affairs Res Hall Admin - 103750 Staff - Full-Time
This position: 1. has a direct impact on the safety of students living in university housing through the communication of policies and procedures to students and parents, utilizing best practices as it relates to facility management, serving in the Professional staff on-call duty rotation, as well as advising Village/Resident Advisers in their on-call duty responsibilities. 2. Direct impact on student retention by managing student conflict, adjudicating student conduct cases, providing care to individuals needing personal counsel, and making referrals to various campus resources (i.e. Title IX office, Counseling Center, Success Coaches, etc.). 3. Responsible for providing leadership with hall programming and Living Learning Community efforts. 4. Responsible for providing training, supervision, advising, and evaluation to paraprofessional staff who have daily contact with students. 5. Creates a culture of learning and engagement for students by applying student development theories and learning outcomes within student involvement to promote students’ academic and personal success. 6. Responsible for taking on a leadership role with summer camps and conferences, including summer staff management, providing customer service to guests, linen distribution, etc.
Licensing Associate (494133) Main Campus - Administration Technology Transfer - 100720 Staff - Full-Time
The Licensing Associate is responsible for technology case management including identifying, evaluating, and licensing patentable inventions made by University researchers.
Senior Research Associate (Department of Medicine) (494233) Health Science Campus College Medicine - 107570 Staff - Full-Time
Under the general direction of the Principal Investigator, the Senior Research Associate serves as an independent researcher using state-of-the-art proteomics capabilities to investigate the pathogenesis of disease within a multi-scholar research environment. Provides leadership and responsibility for key outcomes related to method development for Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometric analyses of proteins, lipids and other metabolites as well as MALDI imaging of proteins, lipids, and other metabolites. This position is responsible for designing and performing experiments independently, identifying research pitfalls, supervising junior researchers and trainees, managing the laboratory, preparing drafts of manuscripts for publication, actively participate in the preparation of grant applications to help fund the research as well as maintain laboratory protocols including IRB, IACUC, and Biosafety. This will require independent judgment and decision making on a regular basis.
Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant Studies (.8 PA Studies/.2 Clinic) (493949) Health Science Campus College College of Medicine 3 Faculty - Regular
This position will be posted on PAEA, Indeed and Healthcare Job Postings.
NYSP Camp Counselor (493818) Main Campus - Student Affairs Student Affairs - 103650 Staff - Temporary
NYSP Sports CounselorJob Duties (description): • Provide leadership (instruction/coaching) through sport related games and activities for campers ages 9-16 • Ensure the safety of Campers and Camp Activities in accordance with the UToledo Rec Emergency Action Plan. • Inspect all NYSP equipment and facilities, report all unsafe conditions and/or equipment to the Assistant Director, Programs & Leadership Development. • Assist on-shift Lifeguards with supervision and safety of campers while in the natatorium. • Assist with the chaperoning of campers on off-campus field trips. • Assist with the management and enforcement of the camp disciplinary policy and procedures. • Other Duties as assigned by the UToledo Recreational Services Professional Staff or The Division of Student Affairs. • HAVE FUN!
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosciences (493402) Health Science Campus College College of Medicine 3 Faculty - Regular
The position is for an independent, grant-funded researcher using molecular, cellular, or systems approaches to address fundamental questions relevant to the nervous system. This faculty member's research should complement or extend existing basic science and translational research interests in the Dept. of Neurosciences, including synaptic physiology, neural development, plasticity of adult human cortex, intraneuronal signaling and trafficking, and mechanisms of neurological disorders. The position also entails training medical, graduate and undergraduate students.
Dir of Risk Mgmt & Insurance (493007) Main Campus - Administration Risk Management - 110510 Staff - Full-Time
The Director of Risk and Insurance (DRM) will support the evolution of UT’s Risk Management (ERM) framework through the development and deployment of risk management tools and practices, as well as governance processes.
Medical Assistant (492518) Health Science Campus Hospital Ambulatory Staffing Pool - 109580 Staff - Full-Time
UTMC is offering a hiring bonus to recruit new talent to the hospital. New hires are eligible for a $6,000 signing bonus. Also qualified to be able to receive Crisis Pay up to $20 extra hourly.
Medical Assistant - Geriatrics & Nephrology (495010) Health Science Campus Hospital CCC Geriatric Clinic - 113050 Staff - Full-Time
UTMC is offering a hiring bonus to recruit new talent to the hospital. New hires are eligible for a $6,000 signing bonus. Also qualified to be able to receive Crisis Pay up to $20 extra hourly.
Regional Enrollment Mgr I (495052) Main Campus - Administration Undergraduate Admission - 103180 Staff - Full-Time
Regional Enrollment Manager
Systems Support Analyst, Research (494885) Main Campus - Administration Research & Sponsored Programs - 107920 Staff - Full-Time
The primary duties of this position are the implementation and support of research administration software (RAS) systems.

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Last Updated: 1/30/23