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Research Associate V (step 3) Huntsville, AL
The Research Associate V will provide the program with senior-level expertise in the Unreal Engine and Unity to support the Army Research Lab.
Research Engineer III (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Research Engineer III will be responsible for analyzing and reverse engineering embedded system computer architectures. The architectures will be virtualized and included in a larger high-fidelity system model and simulation. This is a rewarding position providing the ability to create new tools and simulation platforms for different types of critical cyber-physical systems.
HVAC Technician I Huntsville, AL
The HVAC Technician I will perform 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. Duties are performed during the second shift (Monday-Friday, 2:45 PM-11:30 PM)
Research Associate II (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Cave Bio Lab at The University of Alabama in Huntsville seeks a Research Associate II for an NSF-funded project on the development, integration, and application of environmental genetics and genomics for studying biodiversity in groundwater ecosystems. This project will integrate traditional and environmental DNA sampling with genomic approaches (UCEs and RADseq) to identify patterns and drivers of groundwater biodiversity, ascertain the impacts of anthropogenic threats, develop best practices of the application of eDNA in groundwater ecosystems, and explore the intersection of eDNA and genomics for ecological and evolutionary inference. The candidate for this two-year position will play a central role in 1) specimen collection, identification, and curation; 2) environmental DNA sampling; 3) ii) genetic/genomic and eDNA metabarcoding data generation and analyses, 4) undergraduate student mentoring; 5) education and outreach activities; and 6) preparing presentations, reports, publications, and other materials. The candidate for this position should have some hands-on experience through education or past work in the generation and analysis of population genetic and genomic datasets and familiarity with the application of environmental DNA for biodiversity monitoring. The candidate will be expected to support the analysis of various data sets supporting broader research and application objectives, and to contribute to educational and outreach activities as needed.
Research Engineer I (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Research Engineer I will perform funded research with government (national, state, and local) industry and university organizations. The incumbent will perform computer-related tasks to support modeling, networking, and systems engineering.
Research Assistant IV (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Research Assistant IV will perform the day-to-day laboratory operations and develop a process for the expansion of stem cells in US-assisted bioreactors. Based on the job’s description as a research assistant, the successful candidate will receive a professional development opportunity in hMSC production and RNA sequencing that can improve the applicant’s skills and knowledge in the world of regenerative medicine. The position will be done under the monitoring and supervision of Dr. Anu Subramanian.
Electrician I Huntsville, AL
The Electrician I will perform skilled work in the installation, repair, and maintenance of all electrical equipment, appliances, and circuitry.
Research Scientist III (step 3) Huntsville, AL
The Research Scientist III will provide systems administrator expertise for the Army AvMC G6 VDI, Splunk, and SCCM Deployment.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant II (step 3) Huntsville, AL
The Postdoctoral Research Assistant II will be working for a NIH funded R01 project that seeks to understand conversion of stem cells into chondrocytes. She/he will collaborate closely with scientists and engineers of diverse backgrounds (bioinformatics, synthetic biology, immunology, chemical, and biomedical engineering) in global research institutes.
Research Associate II (step 2-3) Huntsville, AL
A Research Associate position is available immediately in the area of cartilage tissue engineering with pluripotent cells with the Cell and Tissue Bioengineering Laboratory (CBTL) at the University of Alabama-Huntsville (UAH). The research will be conducted under the direct supervision of Dr. Anu Subramanian and is funded by the National Institutes of Health aiming to develop assistive technologies with low-intensity-ultrasound. The CBTL laboratory is located in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at UAH. The ideal candidate will be responsible for the isolation of induced pluripotent stem cells from somatic cells, mesenchymal stem cells from bone marrow aspirates, develop differentiation protocols, characterization of cell types, and develop tissue analogs using low-intensity-ultrasound. The NIH-R01 funded project also involves using RNASEQTM to monitor chondrogenesis of mesenchymal stem cells under a variety of conditions. The research associate will also be expected to manage the laboratory operations/purchasing and work with graduate students. The Research Associate is also expected to assist with grant management, grant accounting oversight, and also grant reporting. This position is eligible to receive benefits as per UAH policy.
Patrol Night Watch Lieutenant Huntsville, AL
The University of Alabama in Huntsville’s Police Department aims to provide a safe and secure campus for all members of the university community through best-in-class technological and physical infrastructure, proactive assessment and analysis, and a caring team of professionals dedicated to upholding the university’s values with the highest degree of conscientiousness. Under the general direction of the police chief with a direct report to the police captain, the Night Patrol Watch Lieutenant serves as an integral member of the Police leadership team, providing management for all of the police functions for the University while serving as the night patrol watch lieutenant. To include performing administrative, supervisory, and technical staff functions in support of the Police Chief and Captain. This position will direct and coordinate the work of major elements of police duties and or support activities. The night patrol watch lieutenant oversees overall deployment planning, incident and crisis issues, supervisory and line training, and scheduling for the night shift. This is a management position at the university that, in addition to leading a work unit, leads and supervises staff directly, assist with the hiring, provides coaching, training, and mentoring, manages performance, and determines future staffing needs. This position plays a vital role also in the University’s commitment to diversity and inclusion efforts, recruitment and hiring, and developing goals for ongoing guidance, and training in supervision, leadership, personnel evaluation, and tactical response. This position is also responsible for establishing an emphasis on campus and community engagement for an increased community policing focus for the night shift.
Principal Research Scientist I (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Principal Research Scientist I will perform duties in observational astronomy, astronomical optics, and manage a variety of projects in the Center for Applied Optics.
Circulation Desk Coordinator Huntsville, AL
The Circulation Desk Coordinator will coordinate library stacks maintenance procedures, including weeding, shifting, shelf-reading, managing stacks inventory, and triggering formal searches for items reported lost. The incumbent will assist in training new student workers and assigning duties to them as needed, as well as supervise one staff member. The candidate will provide customer service at the User Services desk to patrons seeking to check out and return materials, pay fines, navigate campus, and inquire about library policies, and perform budget reconciliation duties. Serves as the Building Emergency Coordinator, maintaining the library’s Building Emergency Action Plan. Overseeing building safety and security, including tracking and reporting maintenance issues. This position also oversees after-hours reference transactions and participates in assigned library outreach activities. Perform other duties as assigned.
Research Scientist II (step 2) Huntsville, AL
The Research Scientist II will focus on the study of high-energy solar phenomena driving space weather dynamics using Hinode data. The function of the position is to support the mission by analyzing Hinode data, in combination with complementary measurements from Marshall sounding rockets and external observatories, to study sources of energy release and transport.
Research Associate I (step 2) Huntsville, AL
Under the supervision of Professor Shanhu Lee for research in laboratory kinetics experiments of multicomponent aerosol nucleation, the Research Associate will participate in the the design of experimental apparatuses. Duties also include the execution of laboratory experiments of nucleation from natural and anthropogenic precursors using high-resolution time-of-flight chemical ionization mass spectrometers (HrTOF-CIMS) and state-of-the-art aerosol instruments, and publication/presentation of scientific findings. The initial contract is one year, with a possible extension for additional one or two years, depending on the performance.
Assistant Coach, Track & Field Huntsville, AL
The Assistant Coach is responsible for assisting the Head Coach with the management, administration, teaching and instruction of all activities related to UAH Track & Field program and exercises to include the direct supervision of teaching, instruction, recruiting, training, and coaching student-athletes participating in the sport.
Transportation Program Manager Huntsville, AL
The Transportation Program Manager will be responsible for multiple and varying programmatic assignments in support of a two-way partnership between the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Research Director of the Office of Public Transportation in a highly complex environment. This position will manage the day to day training responsibilities for the Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP), and coordinate with 30 regional agencies, and 150 agencies who primarily serve the elderly, and disabled transportation program initiatives. This program will build capacity, and empower transportation officials at all levels to benefit from RTAP’s workforce transportation development and training, technical assistance, technology transfer services and information exchange for successful management, operations and maintenance of the transportation structure. This position will be based out of Montgomery Alabama. This is a grant funded position and subject to the continued availability.
Annual Giving Officer Huntsville, AL
The Annual Giving Officer is responsible for designing and implementing all annual giving components of the University's development program. The Annual Giving Officer implements strategies for identifying, cultivating, and successfully soliciting individuals, corporations, and foundations for annual gifts to support the University. This position is responsible for managing University-wide, college-specific, or unit-directed fundraising initiatives, leading the development of mailed and emailed marketing materials as well as any electronic fundraising platforms, educating students on the importance of being engaged and supportive alumni, and soliciting a medium-sized portfolio of leadership annual giving prospects. The Annual Giving Officer must be an excellent communicator, writer, and experienced fundraising/marketing professional.
Research & Economic Development Assistant Huntsville, AL
The Research & Economic Development Assistant will provide the Vice President for Research & Economic Development Office administrative, professional, and technical assistance in the management and growth of the UAH research enterprise in support of the mission of the University.
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.

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