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add to favorites Director, Research Coordinator, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate Full Time - Real Estate 694 0
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Columbia University in the City of New York is currently seeking applications for a Director, Research Coordinator, Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate. Columbia Business School seeks a Research Coordinator to assist Business School faculty in conducting academic research and special projects for the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate. Current Paul Milstein Center projects include proposing policy solutions to the foreclosure and housing crisis and investigating the functioning of the mortgage and credit markets. For more detailed information about the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate, visit http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/realestate. For information on our current research, visit http://www4.gsb.columbia.edu/realestate/research/housingcrisis. The candidate will take an active role in qualitative and quantitative research and analysis projects from conception through publication, coordinate information management, develop teaching materials and work with all levels of faculty and staff in a collegial and exciting academic environment. This position provides an exciting opportunity to gain academic and business research experience with a special focus on fields such as economics, finance, psychology, sociology, statistics and mathematics and would be ideal preparation for a PhD program or other graduate study. In fact, within the last four years, Research Coordinators at the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate have left this position to attend PhD programs at Harvard, Kellogg, New York University, Stamford and Columbia University. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.columbia.edu
add to favorites Dean - College of Fine and Applied Arts Full Time - Art/Media/Design 672 0
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The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Champaign, Illinois is seeking a Dean - College of Fine and Applied Arts. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts. The University strongly encourages nominations of, as well as applications from, women and minorities. The Dean, the chief executive officer of the College of Fine and Applied Arts, provides creative and effective leadership in the planning and implementation of the campus' research, teaching, and public engagement missions. The Dean is a visionary leader who partners with the College's faculty, students, and staff to advance creative practice and scholarship and the significant role they play in today's multifaceted and multidisciplinary world. The Dean is an advocate for the College in the context of a research-oriented, internationally recognized, Iandgrant university. The ideal candidate will possess strong administrative, budgetary, fundraising and leadership skills and a demonstrated commitment to undergraduate, graduate, and professional education, public engagement, and affrrmative action. Candidates whose backgrounds are in a university setting should hold a terminal degree and have a distinguished record of teaching and scholarly or research accomplishments. Candidates whose backgrounds are in a professional setting should have a distinguished record of professional accomplishments and demonstrate an appreciation for scholarly achievement and a familiarity with the academic enterprise. The candidate must have a proven record of achievement, commensurate with an appointment at the rank of fulI professor. The Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts is a University of Illinois senior administrator, who serves as a member of the Council of Deans and reports to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost. Compensation and start date for this full-time, twelve-month administrative appointment are negotiable; preferred starl date is August 16,2012. The College comprises the Schools of Architecture, Art and Design, and Music; the Departments of Dance, Landscape Architecture, Theatre, and Urban and Regional Planning; and the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, the Krannert Art Museum, and Japan House. On a campus of approximately 43,000 students, the college has 194 tenure-system faculty members, a large professional staff, and 840 graduate and 1,800 undergraduate students. The College offers baccalaureate, advanced certificate, master and doctorate degrees in academic and professional studies. Founded in 1867, the University of Illinois is located in Urbana-Champaign and is a world leader in research, teaching, and public engagement, distinguished by the breadth of its programs, academic excellence, and internationally renowned faculty. Illinois faculty and alumni have earned 22 Nobel Prizes and include 147 members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering. They have also been awarded Pulitzer Prizes and Olympic medals, have orbited the earth, and led and founded intemational corporations. Additional information about the University may be obtained from its website, www.illinois.edu. The University has retained Isaacson, Miller, to assist in recruitment for this position. To ensure full consideration, nominations and applications, including cover letter and vita, and contact information for references, must be received by February 15,2012, however, the search may remain open until a qualified candidate is identified. Nominations and applications should be sent to: Sheryl Ash or Liz Yago Isaacson, Miller 263 Summer Street Boston, MA 022l0 617-262-6500 Email: 4433@imsearch.com Electronic submission of materials to 4433@imsearch.com is preferred. Illinois is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity.. www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu
add to favorites Video Producer (Marketing Content Producer) Full Time - Marketing/PR/Ad 670 0
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The University of Southern California's (USC) chool of Cinematic Arts is seeking a Marketing Content Producer to join its Communications team. This position will be responsible for conceptualizing and creating content for publicity and marketing purposes, and will include all aspects of the process from writing copy and scripts, to overseeing all stages of pre and post video and broadcast productions. The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of the School's existing divisions and programs, as well as established relationships with SCA staff and faculty. This position will also be responsible for creating and managing all budgets and overseeing scheduling within the SCA Communications Office. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Assistant Vice President, Schools and Programs Full Time - Fundraising/Dev 627 0
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University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois is seeking an Assistant Vice President, Schools and Programs. Assistant Vice President, Schools and Programs: Works directly with schools and deans as well as units and program directors to coordinate overall development efforts to support schools, units and program areas more effectively. Coordinates resources and activity. Creates best practices and implements an execution-oriented University advancement program. Leads and manages the creation and implementation of strategy for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and gift closure of the priority individual major and principal gift prospects in coordination and collaboration with ARD staff, Schools and Programs leadership, Trustees and other volunteers. Works with the Schools and Programs leaders, ARD staff, faculty, Trustees, philanthropists and other volunteers to create a comprehensive, multi-year strategic advancement plan. Directs the implementation of the plan to meet annual and long-term goals. Uses programmatic components to engage potential donors and create opportunities for donor support. Conceptualizes communications and outreach activities to promote, cultivate and recognize top donors. Directs, monitors and evaluates the implementation of a comprehensive Schools and Programs communications plan. Serves as a key spokesperson for Schools and Programs and its initiatives as needed. Builds relationships with prospective donors, Trustees, other volunteers and University leaders through visits, events, correspondence and regular calls. Solicits gifts and negotiates complex gift discussions. Oversees all fundraising efforts in collaboration and coordination with ARD. Serves as a lead strategist or University Relationship Manager (URM) for a pool of top prospective donors on behalf of and for the benefit of the entire University. Coordinates with departments in ARD to maximize mutually beneficial fundraising results and report on them. Actively sets a professional example for staff leadership of other strategic priorities of the University. Manages budget and staff to execute these responsibilities in an efficient, timely and cost-effective manner. Seeks opportunities for professional development that will enhance job performance. Performs other duties as assigned. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobopportunities.uchicago.edu
add to favorites Complaint Resolution Officer Full Time - Legal/Paralegal 626 0
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UC San Diego in San Diego, California is seeking a Complaint Resolution Officer. Hiring Salary Range $61,929.00 to $76,592.00 The Complaint Resolution Officer (CRO) reports to the Title IX Officer/Director of the Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination (OPHD). Under general direction, the CRO assumes major responsibility for responding to complaints of harassment and discrimination, exercising independent judgment in the intake, informal resolution, and formal investigation of complaints and in establishing strategies for the resolution of identified problems. The CRO independently provides impartial consultation, conflict resolution, and problem solving in response to complaints and inquiries received from members of the campus community and affiliates, including faculty, staff, students, parents, and UCSD Healthcare employees. The CRO makes recommendations to the Director, or, where appropriate, directly to campus administrators or other individuals, and may recommend changes to procedure to insure institutional equity and fairness. The Complaint Resolution Officer also trains management and supervisory personnel regarding the interpretation of University non-discrimination policies and the University’s obligations under those policies. In addition, the CRO develops, implements, coordinates and evaluates education programs regarding discrimination issues for the entire campus community, including programs satisfying the state-mandated sexual harassment prevention training for supervisors. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.ucsd.edu/apply/jobs/
add to favorites Associate Director of Communications Full Time - Marketing/PR/Ad 624 0
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Associate Director of Communications. BASIC FUNCTION: Reporting directly to the director of communications and special projects, the associate director oversees written and electronic communications for Columbia College (CC) and The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) events, projects and programs. The associate director will serve as a communications adviser to Central Projects and Programs special events team and to other Student Affairs units, as required by the director of communications and special projects. The associate director will be a partner in conceptualizing, proposing, and executing communications strategies as they relate to events, branding, public relations, internal communications, and digital and online communications and will also play a lead role managing projects for the dean of student affairs in order to adequately advertise events and services, promote key messages, achieve organizational goals, and influence target audiences. A. Event Communications. Manage the communications aspect of special events for the Dean of Student Affairs Office, including deans' initiatives (receptions, lunches, and meetings), dinners, ceremonies, and other events as assigned. Working with the director of communications and special projects, develop communications strategy, assist in communications meetings, and identify communications priorities. Serve as a member of a team which produces written and electronic communication for divisional events and activities such as Class Day, Family Weekend, and Family Orientation. B. Programmatic Support. Supports communications needs of Student Affairs programs, including strategic planning, writing, editing, design, and production. Examples include marketing materials, scripts, programs, presentations, branding, media outreach, and overall communications approach. Provides guidance and, where appropriate, approval. Establishes relationships with Student Affairs staff to create efficient processes and build consistent communications practices and design across units. Supports and reinforces Student Affairs brand and style guidelines. C. Dean's Office Communications and Publications. Assist with dean of student affairs mailings, email, and other internal and external communications efforts, including the production of divisional newsletters and other publications, as assigned. Responsible for keeping department website up to date and reflective of accurate event information. D. Internal Communications. With guidance from director of communications and special projects, oversees internal communications for Student Affairs. Performs research, develops strategy, and implements tactics to ensure informed and engaged staff across Student Affairs units. Develops plan that incorporates numerous and innovative touch points including print, online, face-to-face, and multi-media. Partners with human resources and other units to assess needs and manage comprehensive internal communications plan across Student Affairs. Supports initiatives such as divisional retreats and meetings, staff orientations, and trainings. Manages internal communications calendar and ensures accurate, frequent, and appropriate communications. E. Other: Perform other related duties as assigned. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer - USC Health Full Time - Fundraising/Dev 591 0
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Behind every patient success is the dedication of a unique team of skilled and talented individuals who help make the Keck Medical Center of the University of Southern California (USC) one of region's premier medical facilities. As a member of the USC health care team, you will help build upon the university's exceptional expertise in patient care as well taking advantage of our excellent compensation package that could include shift and weekend differentials, online rewards-based scheduling, and generous educational benefits. Come be a part of a world-class health care facility and an important member of the Trojan family. Reporting directly to the Senior Vice President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for USC Health, with organization-wide responsibilities, the Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer (CSBDO), in coordination with HSC Senior Leadership, is responsible for the development and execution of a Clinical Strategic Plan, Business Development, Capital Project Management and Clinical Affiliation oversight for the Medical Center. The position guides strategy formulation and supports planning for program implementation across the clinical enterprise by developing dynamic, multi-year projections, based on an understanding of clinical trends, new research directions, and fiscal limitations. The Medical Center Planning and Business Intelligence unit researches market opportunities identifies potential merger, acquisition or affiliation opportunities and evaluates new clinical programs. The CSBDO provides leadership with timely information relevant to strategic issues confronting the organization. In support of strategic priorities that minimize risk and maximize return on investment resources, the CSBDO directs Business Development/Physician Relations. The position works with leadership to develop ambulatory and outreach strategies that increase market strength through patient referrals in support of clinical enterprise initiatives. Finally, the CSBDO manages clinical affiliation relationships of the Health Sciences, including Children's Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA), Huntington Hospital, Hollywood Presbyterian and future partners. This is a senior level, executive position in a demanding, prestigious academic medical center environment, and is a highly interactive and inclusive position with direct and continuous interaction with the USC Hospital Chief Executive Officer, CEO of USC Care, Joint Contracting Officer, Clinical Department Chairs, and Dean of the Keck School of Medicine. The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values Diversity. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.usc.edu
add to favorites Associate University Counsel Full Time - Legal/Paralegal 590 1
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Georgetown University in Washington DC is seeking applications for an Associate University Counsel. Georgetown University seeks an attorney for the position of Associate University Counsel to provide responsive and comprehensive general legal services to the University community. The Associate Counsel will support the University’s investment, advancement and financial affairs functions and will handle international and corporate matters. Candidates must have at least seven years of experience as a practicing attorney, with extensive and broad-based experience in handling and managing employment, litigation and commercial matters. Candidates must possess a law degree from an ABA-accredited law school, a strong academic record, demonstrated first-rate legal acumen and problem-solving abilities and top-notch oral and written communication skills. D.C. bar membership or eligibility is required. Founded in 1789, Georgetown University is the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit university. Today, Georgetown is a major international research university that embodies its founding principles in the diversity of its students, faculty and staff, our commitment to justice and the common good, our intellectual openness and our international character. Georgetown offers a comprehensive compensation package. Interested parties can find out more information, including where to submit a resume, by visiting www.georgetown.edu/working.html “Jobs at Georgetown University.”
add to favorites COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS/SOUTH BAY & SAN FERNANDO VALLEY Full Time - Non-Profit 588 0
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Under the supervison of the Director of Community Organizing, the Community Organizer is responsible for the development of Neighborhood Action Councils(NAC's) composed of residents who live in the surrounding neighborhoods using a Relationship Based organizing model that builds on the gifts and talents of residents. The Community Organizer must have the capacity to help residents in NAC's develop deep personal bonds and form a cohesive group that meets wekly. After the group relationships are formed, residents will begin to develop and implement proojects in their neighborhood that immprove their quality of life. The Community Organizer must have the capacity to support resident efforts, assist in the development, design and implementation of community participation and outreach to parents, school, community based organizations, public agencies and business organizations throughout the target communities. POSITIONS AVAILABLE: 1 in the South Bay Area 1 in the San Fernando Valley Area(Pacoima and Panorama City) For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://www.opportunityknocks.org
add to favorites Genetic Counselor - Norris Oncology Services Part Time - Office 573 1
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Behind every patient success is the dedication of a unique team of skilled and talented individuals who help make the Keck Medical Center of USC one of region's premier medical facilities. As a member of the USC health care team, you will help build upon the university's exceptional expertise in patient care as well taking advantage of our excellent compensation package that could include shift and weekend differentials, online rewards-based scheduling, and generous educational benefits. Come be a part of a world-class health care facility and an important member of the Trojan family. The Genetic Counselor is responsible for conducting cancer genetic intake on patients appropriate for genetic counseling/testing, conducts cancer and mutation risk and analysis and calculation. The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Dispatcher/Telephone Operator Part Time - Office 569 0
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Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island is seeking a Dispatcher/Telephone Operator. Provide basic office support to the Office of Safety and Security. Communicate with security officers and supervisors via the telephone and over the department radio system. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://careers.providence.edu
add to favorites Assistant Director, Gift Processing and Financial Reporting Full Time - Fundraising/Dev 555 0
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Columbia University in the City of New York is seeking an Assistant Director, Gift Processing and Financial Reporting. Reporting to the Senior Associate Director of Advancement Services, the Assistant Director is responsible for providing managerial and executive level support to the advancement services team and the External Relations office for all gift processing and financial reporting work, including developing and maintaining relationships with the department's external stakeholders and acting in a leading role in the senior associate director's absence. Main responsibilities include: maintaining the integrity of gift records, preparing campaign and other financial reports, establishing new gift accounts, managing a pledge reminder process and managing the work of one staff member. Responsibilities include: 1. Reviews gifts associated with Major Gifts Dept and submits to gift administrator for processing 2. Coordinates the creation of new gift accounts through Financial Planning and UDAR 3. Ensures that all new accounts are entered in system of record and the paperwork is properly filed for internal tracking 4. Oversees the reconciliation of gift entry data and daily financial reports 5. Prepares campaign reports and slides 6. Maintains the integrity of gift records by reviewing daily gift reports, web gift reports, and additional daily gift reports provided by the University's development office 7. Prepares letters, mail merges and other correspondence 8. Coordinates the recording of major pledges ($25K+) in the system of record 9. Oversees the claiming of all wired gifts and stock gifts for the Business School, including researching intent and coordinating donors and recipients 10. Audits all pledge payments from major gift prospects to ensure that money is properly allocated and the gift is acknowledged 11. Schedules and coordinates the preparation and signing of quarterly pledge reminder letters for major gifts 12. Acts as liaison for various research centers and academic programs, specifically managing their pledge reminder and renewal process 13. Follows-up on pledge reminders via email and phone calls to ensure that all payments are submitted 14. Ensures that pledge reminder recipients are properly coded in the system of record for reporting purposes 15. Creates miscellaneous memos to help transfer funds related to event sponsorship 16. Provides logistical support where needed for External Relations events For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.columbia.edu
add to favorites HR Specialist Full Time - Human Resources 550 0
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The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown L.A. and is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is. The Keck School of Medicine is in search of a Human Resources Specialist. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites USC Roski School of Fine Arts Part Time - Office 549 0
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University of Southern California's Roski School of Fine Arts invites applications and nominations for a Part-time Instructor to teach FAIN330 Ideas in Intermedia. The successful candidate is an experienced practicing artist or accomplished scholar who is committed to teaching on the undergraduate level. The position includes teaching a lecture/discussion course to art majors, art minors, and other students from across the university. FAIN 330 Ideas in Intermedia is a rotating topics course that offers a current and relevant theory and discussion to students each semester. The ideal candidate will propose subject matter, title, description and syllabus for this lecture course, plus readings, lectures, screenings, and discussion. The proposed course should provide historical context, criticality and experimental connections between media, theory and production. All part-time instructors must attend approximately two faculty meetings and two orientation sessions per semester. USC strongly values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity employment. Women and men, and members of all racial and ethnic groups, are encouraged to apply. All applicants must be eligible for employment in the United States. Application deadline: November 1 or until filled. Applicants must complete a two?part application process: (1) electronic application to the University, via the USC online system, by clicking on the links on the bottom or top of this page and a (2) Hard-copy Application to the Roski School of Fine Arts, including an application letter indicating how the candidate would approach the responsibilities listed above including teaching philosophy and proposed topic(s); images of professional work/samples of scholarly work; CV; and names and contact information for three references; two sample course syllabi; and images of student work if applicable. Please mail the Roski Application in hardcopy form to: Nazeli Hosik Office Manager Roski School of Fine Arts University of Southern California Watt Hall Room 104 Los Angeles, CA 90089-0292 For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Web Editor Full Time - Web/Info Design 545 1
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Salary Range: $30.80 - $37.00/hr University of Southern California's (USC) Viterbi School of Engineering is seeking a Web Editor to join its Communications and Marketing team and will report to the Executive Director of Communications and Marketing. The Web Editor holds the primary responsibility for all front-end web-based content for the USC Viterbi School. As such, the highest priority is participating in content generation so proficiency and experience in writing and producing affiliated web content (stories, data graphics, multimedia, video, etc.) is fundamental. Backend proficiency at Viterbi is robust and the Web Editor will work closely with our programmers and digital communications specialist to develop clear, seamless, user interface (UI) experiences regardless of the touchpoint. Heavy emphasis will be placed on mobile platforms. Unlike typical "webmaster" positions, the Web Editor possesses virtually all of the same responsibilities, but with a strong focus placed on 1) editorial skills and 2) end user interface design. Writing, storytelling, and editing over multiple platforms and channels are critical tasks that the coding, technical and UI design literacy are in the service of. The Web Editor will manage all existing digital communications platforms including but not limited to e-newsletters, email marketing, display-based environmental graphics and copy, School website, unique campaign sub- and micro sites, and social media. JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES - Maintain editorial responsibility of all School-level (viterbi.usc.edu) web content. Coordinate with all sub-sites managed by departments and other units. - Periodically review all other web content of the departments, units, research institutes and centers for accuracy, timeliness, and editorial consistency. - Spearhead, manage vendors and collaborate with Viterbi IT on a site-wide UI redesign. - Pitch, develop and write stories for both print and digital outlets. Edit and copy edit content. - Front and back end maintenance of all social media outlets affiliated with the School. Develop and maintain web presence on multiple platforms including an aggressive push on mobile devices. - Analyzes, designs, implements and maintains technical solutions and multimedia content and systems for the School's online presence. Communicates and consults with faculty and staff to determine and define web needs and functionality. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Project Manager Full Time - Software/QA/dba 537 0
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The University of Southern California's Preventive Medicine is seeking a Project Manager to join its team. This position is responsible for managing all components of the development and evaluation of Virtual Sprouts: Web-Based Gardening Games which is an interactive and simulated version of the First Lady's Organic Garden in a game-based environment that will target subjects from low income, minority populations in Los Angeles, including children ages 8 to 11, their parents, other family members, teachers and the community. Virtual Sprouts will serve as a highly engaging and innovative research education program to improve PreK-12 research career opportunities and the community's understanding of the health science advances in obesity and nutrition that are supported by NIH-funded clinical and basic research. Duties include developing, coordinating and managing project activities and timelines; designing and implementing project protocols, templates and procedures; assisting with collection, analysis and display of data in charts, tables or other formats; working with higher education institutions in professional development activities and participatory action research; and writing/editing reports, briefs, research papers and other materials. The project manager should be familiar with and be able to articulate project goals and motivate the project team. This position supervises project staff and collaborates with doctoral students and project stakeholders. This position reports to the Principal Investigator and interacts with consultants and others. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Art Director Full Time - Art/Media/Design 536 1
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The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Champaign, Illinois is seeking a Art Director. The Art Director develops and maintains the visual and aesthetic identity and standards of the University Press and oversees the recruitment, training, and management of work assigned to professional design staff, interns, and independent contractors. This position provides professional expertise and keeps current with design trends. Other duties and responsibilities include: Duties: 1. Oversee all design aspects of the manuscript-to-book/journal process for annual output of approximately 120 new book titles and approximately 30 journals. Balance conceptual, aesthetic, technical, and managerial demands; grasp the arguments of academic and trade publications and interpret the content in an appropriate way when coming up with cover and interior design concepts and art directing the work of other designers. 2. Oversee financial aspects of Design Department management, including control of the design budget and allocation of resources. Work closely with the EDP and production managers regarding list management, schedules, and strategic planning. 3. Recruit, train, and supervise staff designer, freelance designers, and design interns. Oversee and monitor freelance graphic services as needed. 4. Balancing expertise and collaboration, communicate, plan, consult, and negotiate with Press colleagues, University of Illinois purchasing department, and outside vendors to obtain the best possible results. Successfully communicate design considerations to nondesigners. 5. Consult with academic authors about their preferences for cover art and design treatment of text, illustrations, and covers and jackets. Advise authors on art preparation. 6. Formulate, implement, and interpret policies and procedures related to design. 7. Ensure that appropriate and consistent layouts or thorough type specifications are provided to the compositor and followed. Maintain and periodically refresh a library of format interior designs to meet a range of manuscript requirements. 8. Oversee typesetting for design-intensive books. 9. Identify and purchase suitable art and permissions for book jackets and covers. Ensure that covers are provided to the printer in electronic form with graphics files in place. 10. Work with Marketing colleagues to schedule advance design of covers as needed for two seasonal catalogs, satisfying the demands of the cover committee, authors, strict permissions requirements, and strict deadlines. 11. Provide preliminary castoffs and, as needed, rough design sketches for complex or design-intensive projects, to be used in obtaining production estimates. 12. Review and assess manuscripts and art programs prior to transmittal to editing. 13. Keep abreast of developments in relevant computer technology and software applications. Select software and hardware for purchase for design staff. 14. Design approximately 5 book interiors and 15–20 covers per year. 15. Update art guidelines and checklists as needed and maintain these on the Press’s Web site. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: http://illinois.edu/
add to favorites Facilities Manager Full Time - Education 534 0
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The University of Southern California (USC), founded in 1880, is located in the heart of downtown L.A. and is the largest private employer in the City of Los Angeles. As an employee of USC, you will be a part of a world-class research university and a member of the "Trojan Family," which is comprised of the faculty, students and staff that make the university what it is. USC's Roski School of Fine Arts is seeking a Facilities Manager to join its team. The Facilities Manager will manage the maintenance, renovation, allocation and utilization of space and equipment for the USC Roski School of Fine Arts. The University of Southern California values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Part-Time Lecturer Part Time - Office 512 0
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The Stark Program at USC School of Cinematic Arts from time to time has need of film and television industry professionals to teach classes. The University of Southern California is an Equal Opportunity Employer that Values Diversity. USC values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity in employment. Women and men, and members of all racial and ethnic groups, are encouraged to apply. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.usc.edu
add to favorites Production & Facilities Manager Full Time - General Labor 511 1
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Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois is seeking a Production & Facilities Manager. Under the direction of the Director & Associate Dean, the Production & Facilities Manager will administer and oversee all aspects of the Theatre Conservatory production season as well as related academic areas and facilities. Responsibilities of the Production & Facilities Manager include development and maintenance of annual production calendar, oversight of the production staff and budget and coordination and safety of all production facilities and equipment. Working with the Assistant to the Director, this position is responsible for all aspects of budgeting, scheduling, purchasing, hiring, etc., related to the production season. The Production & Facilities Manager will supervise stage management and front of house operations for all productions including hiring of outside stage managers. She or he will assign and supervise all staff for auditions and productions, including freelance designers, stage managers, assistant stage managers, assistant directors, house managers, ushers and technical crews. For further information and to apply to this job visit the following link: https://jobs.roosevelt.edu
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