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OLLI Marketing and Design Specialist Huntsville, AL
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) exists to meet the intellectual and social needs of adults, age 50 and over, through a rich and varied program of lifelong learning. OLLI offers in-person and online non-credit courses, lectures, cultural and social events, and trips each year to its members from the Greater Huntsville area. The OLLI Marketing and Design Specialist will provide graphic design services, marketing assistance, and general logistical support to the OLLI program. The incumbent must have strong professional written and oral communication skills, be able to manage multiple responsibilities, follow all guidelines and management requirements, provide technical support and perform well in a team environment. This position requires autonomy and independence with the ability to use sound judgment with respect to Business operations.
Staff Assistant Huntsville, AL
The Staff Assistant will support the Office of Career Services and serve a diverse set of stakeholders ranging from students, faculty, staff, alumni, corporate partners, etc. by providing administrative support to the day-to-day operation of the department.
Admissions Counselor Huntsville, AL
The Admissions Counselor is a member of the professional recruiting team that energetically and enthusiastically pursues and implements the recruiting and enrollment goals of the university. The incumbent represents and interprets UAH accurately and persuasively to prospective students, parents, school officials, school counselors, teachers, alumni as well as UAH faculty, staff, and students.
Senior Program Coordinator Huntsville, AL
The Senior Program Coordinator will manage and oversee Center and Contract/Grant equipment and miscellaneous purchases. The Senior Program Coordinator will also oversee maintenance of SWIRLL facility as well as coordinate site visits.
Research Engineer I (step 2) Huntsville, AL
The Research Engineer I provides junior-level LAN server administration and risk management for the G6. Provide Tier 2 Help Desk support for the Army AvMC G6, including infrastructure planning and implementation. Mentor entry-level IT personnel regarding G6 infrastructure support.
Custodian Huntsville, AL
The Custodian is a key member of the UAH Facilities & Operations department, which is responsible for the planning, design, construction, renovation, maintenance, and repair of each of the University’s 90+ buildings and 500 acres. As a Custodian, the employee's primary responsibility is to maintain the cleanliness of the University's buildings. The employee’s duties will be performed full-time within the first shift hours (5:00 AM - 1:45 PM).
Senior Planned Giving Officer Huntsville, AL
The Office of Development, a department within the Division of University Advancement, at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), is accepting applications for a full-time (30 hours per week) Senior Planned Giving Officer. The Senior Planned Giving Officer will report to the VP for University Advancement and will support the VP in oversight of the Planned Giving Program.
Police Officer Huntsville, AL
The Police Officer, with moderate supervision, is responsible for the protection of life, property, and facilities of the University community through the proper administration and enforcement of regulations and laws in conformance with standard law enforcement practices in an institution of higher learning. These duties may involve an element of personal danger.Police Officers regularly conduct criminal investigations, perform searches and seizures, arrest offenders, present criminal cases to prosecutors for prosecution into district and municipal courts, respond to medical and other emergencies, write moving traffic violations and assist other local law enforcement agencies.
Custodian Huntsville, AL
The Custodian is a key member of the UAH Facilities & Operations department, which is responsible for the planning, design, construction, renovation, maintenance, and repair of each of the University’s 90+ buildings and 500 acres. As a Custodian, the employee's primary responsibility is to maintain the cleanliness of the University's buildings. The employee’s duties will be performed full-time within the first shift hours (5:00 AM - 1:45 PM).
Residence Director Huntsville, AL
The Residence Director (RD) is responsible for the programming and administrative management of a co-educational residential community ranging in size from 229 to 416 residents. This position has on-call responsibilities and answers to emergency situations.
Digital Marketing Specialist Huntsville, AL
The primary function of the Digital Marketing Specialist will be to manage, maintain and create content for UAH social media channels, implement digital marketing plans, and manage internal communication channels. This individual will work to develop strategies that drive engagement, achieve the University’s student recruitment goals, attract faculty and staff, increase private gifts, generate income for various programs and build relationships with stakeholders across campus.
University Writer/Copy Editor Huntsville, AL
The University Writer/Copy Editor performs marketing, public relations, and media outreach related to the University of Alabama in Huntsville, in consultation with the Assistant Vice President in the Office of Marketing and Communications (OMC). The position serves the University’s broader community and its constituencies in support of the University’s strategic goals. The University Writer/Copy Editor establishes and maintains strong working relationships with the University administration, college deans, department chairs, and individual faculty, staff, and members of the media.
Research Associate III (step 2) Huntsville, AL
The Research Associate III will provide land surface remote sensing, synthetic aperture radar, and GIS expertise focused on research & development activities supporting the identification of impacts from natural disasters, including earthquakes, landslides, and land surface change, wildfires, severe weather, floods, and other hazards, in support of NASA activities, including the NASA Earth Science Applied Sciences Disasters Program. The ideal candidate for this position will have extensive experience with synthetic aperture radar (SAR), and extensive visable/near-infrared remote sensing experience. The candidate will be expected to support a team focused on disaster response, risk, and resilience activities that include novel and innovative research that culminates in peer-reviewed publications and near real-time application outcomes.
Research Associate II (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Research Associate II provides land surface remote sensing, synthetic aperture radar and GIS expertise focused on research & development activities supporting the identification of impacts from natural disasters, including earthquakes, landslides, and land surface change, wildfires, severe weather, floods, and other hazards, in support of NASA activities, including the NASA Earth Science Applied Sciences Disasters Program. The ideal candidate for this position should have experience with applications of synthetic aperture radar and should have hands-on experience through education or past work in land surface remote sensing. The candidate should have familiarity with meteorological concepts and common types of Earth science hazards/disaster scenarios. The candidate will be expected to support a team focused on disaster risk, resilience, response, and recovery activities that include novel and innovative research that culminates in peer-reviewed publications and near real-time application outcomes.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant III (step 2) Huntsville, AL
The Postdoctoral Research Assistant III will assist the PI in analyzing and interpreting data from the Fermi Gamma-Ray Burst Monitor instrument.
Procurement Officer I Huntsville, AL
The Procurement Officer I will be responsible for the acquisition, at optimum balance of cost, quality, and supplier services, of all materials and services necessary for the University's operating needs, in accordance with University policies and State and Federal laws. Become knowledgeable about market conditions and trends, formulating short and long-term strategies to ensure quality and continuity of supply while minimizing total cost. Interview prospective suppliers, process requisitions, issue purchase orders, and maintain vendor files.
Public Safety Telecommunicator Huntsville, AL
The Public Safety Telecommunicator is employed in The University of Alabama in Huntsville Police Department Emergency Communications and Operations Center and dispatches personnel based on seven-digit calls and 911 calls. Under general supervision, the Public Safety Telecommunicator independently performs specialized and essential specialized work in receiving and dispatching accurate information to appropriate emergency responders during, at times, highly stressful and intense situations. Work involves responsibility for the operation of specialized radio utilizing multiple channels and frequencies in a 911 center. Position requires fast, efficient, and accurate receiving, dispatching, and processing of calls and messages from and to appropriate vehicles and personnel. Employees work with considerable independence, subject to instructions or orders to meet special operating circumstances or emergencies. The incumbent will effectively and efficiently communicate between campus law enforcement headquarters, campus police officers in the field, parking officers, student assistants, other university departments and personnel, and outside agencies. These interactions require tact, discretion, and confidentiality. Work is performed in a communications center without windows. Incumbent often works fast-paced in a harried work atmosphere, sometimes confronted by disturbing or stressful call situations. Work is essentially sedentary with occasional walking, bending, lifting of objects under 25 pounds, or minimal physical activities. Work requires the ability to sit for extended periods of time, to operate multiple personal computers and transmitters/receivers, and to perceive and or discriminate colors, sounds, depth, and texture. Work requires continuous repetitive arm/hand movement.
Accountant I Huntsville, AL
The Accountant I will perform accounting for the University's expenditures, as well as the University Foundation's revenue, expenditure, and transfer accounts. In addition, the position acts in assisting the Associate Director of Accounting and Financial Reporting.
HVAC Technician II Huntsville, AL
The HVAC Technician II is a key member of the UAH Facilities & Operations department, which is responsible for the planning, design, construction, renovation, maintenance, and repair of each of the University’s 90+ buildings and 500 acres. The HVAC Technician II performs the duties necessary to properly maintain University Energy Management Control Systems, HVAC systems, refrigeration systems, boilers, pumps, cooling towers, and related controls. The individual ensures that office, classroom, and research environments are comfortable and appropriate for the assigned purpose of the facility.
Assistant Director, Residence Life Huntsville, AL
The Assistant Director, Residence Life will provide the day-to-day oversight of all student activities within the residence halls. Primary responsibilities include: providing residential support, ensuring quality programming, serving as the department's primary judicial officer, promoting overall student wellness

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