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Residence Life Coordinator Huntsville, AL
The Residence Life Coordinator is responsible for directing the daily operation of a Housing area (One to Two residence halls and/or campus apartments 500 to 900 beds). The essential functions of this position include the supervision of student staff, programming, crisis intervention, and student conduct. The Residence Life Coordinator also oversees the departmental efforts in various areas including, but not limited to campus-wide desk operations, summer camp, conference, and orientation operations, and co-advising department supported student organizations. This position has a live on requirement and provides support and assistance to students through serving in a campus wide duty rotation during the academic year, summer, and holidays.
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. This position 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.
Security Systems Administrator Huntsville, AL
The Security Systems Administrator will be responsible for managing the day-to-day functionality, and efficiency of complex security systems, including the campus security camera system within a matrix and complex enterprise environment. This involves technology-based analysis of business practices, processes and problems; developing solutions which may involve process design, data and information architecture, software deployment and policy or procedural changes; creating specifications for systems to meet requirements; validating requirements against needs; designing details of automated systems; planning and executing unit integration and acceptance testing, tune system performance, may develop training materials for system implementation. May lead cross-functional teams to solve complex business or systems issues. Responsible for maintaining overall health of security systems to include servers, video recorders, cameras, access control, etc. Serve as main point of contact with external and internal vendors and project managers. Assist with the design of security design standards for UAH. Will work together with other security technicians to determine latest technological systems to ensure the most current and comprehensive system is in place to support safety and security of the staff and assets. The position ensures confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the University’s critical security resources. Must be able to provide recommendations on the most efficient and scalable solutions to continuously improve the security and safety of the systems to enhance campus safety and security as the University continues to grow and expand.
Research Associate I (step 2) Huntsville, AL
SERVIR, a joint effort of NASA and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) enable the use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies for improved societal decision-making in five focus regions in Africa, Asia, and South America. The SERVIR Science Coordination Office (SCO) at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center is seeking to hire a Research Associate I to support with research, data analysis, and science coordination related to SERVIR’s air quality service development. At the end of the fellowship, the SERVIR fellow will present findings to the SERVIR team and submit a research paper. The fellow will receive regular guidance, tasks, and feedback from a mentor at the SERVIR Science Coordination Office (SCO). This is structured as a 1-year position with a possibility of a 1-year extension. The SERVIR Science Coordination Office at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama is collaborating with the University of Alabama in Huntsville to provide SERVIR hubs with direct science support, and science and technical coordination. SERVIR is active in Eastern & Southern Africa, West Africa, Hindu Kush Himalaya, Lower Mekong, and Amazonia. SERVIR hub institutions provide a key interface between the needs of SERVIR regions and the potential use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies and also provide critical technical support to regional and national governmental institutions.
Research Associate I (step 2) Huntsville, AL
SERVIR, a joint effort of NASA and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) enable the use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies for improved societal decision-making in five focus regions in Africa, Asia, and South America. The SERVIR Science Coordination Office (SCO) at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center is seeking to hire a Research Associate I to support SERVIR’s curriculum development initiative. The fellow will work independently and as part of the NASA-university partnership team to support the development of a curriculum highlighting the use of NASA SERVIR tools and services for implementation in university classrooms around the world. The fellow will receive regular guidance, tasks, and feedback from a science mentor at the SERVIR Science Coordination Office (SCO). This is structured as a 1-year position with a possibility of a 1-year extension. The SERVIR Science Coordination Office at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama is collaborating with the University of Alabama in Huntsville to provide SERVIR hubs with direct science support, and science and technical coordination. SERVIR is active in Eastern & Southern Africa, West Africa, Hindu Kush Himalaya, Lower Mekong, and Amazonia. SERVIR hub institutions provide a key interface between the needs of SERVIR regions and the potential use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies and also provide critical technical support to regional and national governmental institutions.
Research Associate I (step 2) Huntsville, AL
SERVIR, a joint effort of NASA and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) enable the use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies for improved societal decision-making in five focus regions in Africa, Asia, and South America. The SERVIR Science Coordination Office (SCO) at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center is seeking to hire a Research Associate I to support initiatives in SERVIR-Mekong with generating impact-oriented fact sheets, metrics tracking, documentation, science reporting, and communication. The fellow will receive regular guidance, tasks, and feedback from a mentor at the SERVIR Science Coordination Office (SCO). This is structured as a 1-year position with a possibility of a 1-year extension. The SERVIR Science Coordination Office at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama is collaborating with the University of Alabama in Huntsville to provide SERVIR hubs with direct science support, and science and technical coordination. SERVIR is active in Eastern & Southern Africa, West Africa, Hindu Kush Himalaya, Lower Mekong, and Amazonia. SERVIR hub institutions provide a key interface between the needs of SERVIR regions and the potential use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies and also provide critical technical support to regional and national governmental institutions.
Academic Advisor Huntsville, AL
The Academic Advisor will serve as a full-functioning academic advising professional who serves as a resource for College of Science students, faculty, staff, and community.
Regional Autism Network Coordinator Huntsville, AL
The Regional Autism Network Coordinator will be responsible for assisting individuals/families, current and prospective students, faculty, and staff, who are seeking information, and referral services for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and for directing multiple responses to these needs. He/she will be responsible for providing programmatic collaboration and support. Other responsibilities will include, administrative support and developing/maintaining social media platforms, organizing fundraising efforts, and maintaining confidential records for the College of Education and the Department of Mental Health.
Director, Benefits and Employee Services Huntsville, AL
The Director of Benefits and Employee Services is a critical member of the HR leadership team and is responsible for the development and implementation of services relating to the University’s comprehensive fringe benefits program for all employees and retirees.
Principal Research Scientist III Huntsville, AL
The Principal Research Scientist III will be involved in design and development, as well as leading team activities of research and development, across ITSC in Technology Strategy and Software Engineering.
Assistant Athletic Trainer Huntsville, AL
The Assistant Athletic Trainer will assist the Head Athletic Trainer in the development, instruction and management of all aspects of the sports medicine program including assessment, training, instruction, documentation, inventory management, provide medical coverage for teams as assigned with primary coverage of women's soccer (fall), women's basketball (winter), and women's lacrosse (spring).
Assistant Coach, Men's Lacrosse Huntsville, AL
The Assistant Coach of Men's Lacrosse will assist the Head Lacrosse Coach in team management and administration and to reinforce the athletics department and university goals.
Research Associate II (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Research Associate II will provide remote sensing and GIS expertise focused on the development of products, models, and other tools supporting disaster preparedness, risk reduction, mitigation, response, and/or recovery. The candidate for this position should have some hands-on experience through education or past work in land surface remote sensing in the visible, near-infrared, and infrared, and applications of synthetic aperture radar. The incumbent should have some familiarity with meteorological concepts and common types of Earth science hazards/disaster scenarios including severe storms, heavy rainfall, and flooding, tropical cyclones, fires, and/or earthquakes. The candidate will be expected to support the analysis of various data sets supporting broader research and application objectives, and to contribute to disaster response activities as needed.
Research Associate II (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Research Associate II will provide remote sensing and synthetic aperture radar expertise focused on the development of products, models, and other tools in particular to support ongoing funded research related to disaster preparedness, risk reduction, mitigation, response, and recovery. The candidate for this position is expected to 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 incumbent should have some familiarity with meteorological concepts and common types of Earth science hazards/disaster scenarios, including severe storms, heavy rainfall, and flooding, tropical cyclones, fires, and/or earthquakes. The candidate will be expected to support the analysis of various data sets to complete research objectives, and to contribute to team disaster response activities as needed.
Senior Residential Facilities Manager Huntsville, AL
Under general direction of Director of Housing & Residence Life, this position will provide oversight for the preventive maintenance and repair of all residential properties, which include University-owned residence halls, rental houses, and the Bevill Center. This individual shall have some budgetary responsibility and record-keeping duties.
Office Assistant Huntsville, AL
The Office Assistant will support the day-to-day operations of the Housing and Residence Life department, providing support for central office staff colleagues, student personnel, contractors, and customers (internal and external).
Plumber I Huntsville, AL
The Housing Plumber I primary purpose is the repair and maintenance of various plumbing equipment, fixtures, and appliances in the plumbing infrastructure of the UAH Housing unit.
Research Assistant IV Huntsville, AL
The Research Assistant IV will provide engineering support, computer science or general administrative support to the technical lead for research projects in the areas of flight hardware systems, including but not limited to aircraft, spacecraft, launch vehicles, rotorcraft, and ground vehicles.
Computer Scientist I Huntsville, AL
The Computer Scientist I will be involved in software design, development, and analysis in computational endeavors across ITSC.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant III (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Postdoctoral Research Assistant III will assist the PI in understanding magnetic reconnection in the dayside and nightside magnetosphere using a combination of satellite, radar, and imager observations.

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