Careers

Expression of Interest

Loading...

Current Opportunities

Position Location Closes
Landscaper I Huntsville, AL
The Landscaper I, under the direct supervision of Landscaper III, will perform a variety of basic-level landscape functions to maintain and improve UAH grounds and landscape.
Learning Resource Center Specialist - College of Nursing Huntsville, AL
The Learning Resource Center Specialist (LRCS) has the responsibility for day-to-day operations and scheduling of the Learning & Technology Resource Center (LTRC) under the supervision of the LTRC Executive Director (ED). The LTRC includes clinical practice laboratories, highly technical simulation equipment, and laboratories, and accompanying technology for these units. This responsibility includes assisting the ED, greeting & assisting LTRC users, setting up clinical and simulation laboratories, recommending and ordering supplies, cataloging and tracking supplies & equipment, supervising student workers, collaborating with the ED, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Landscaper III Huntsville, AL
The Landscaper III, under the general supervision of the Landscape Supervisor, will be responsible for the leadership and guidance of other Landscapers and provides high-level proficiency and skills regarding a wide array of technical landscape functions to ensure proper installation and maintenance of UAH grounds and landscape.
Housing Custodian Huntsville, AL
The Housing Custodian is responsible for custodial duties in assigned areas of the University of Alabama in Huntsville Housing & Residential Life. This position reports to the Senior Housekeeper and may work under Sr. Residential Facilities Manager. All duties are to be performed in accordance with organizational beliefs and values. Regular attendance is an essential function of the job. All established safety rules and regulations must be followed and personal protective equipment must be worn when performing job duties requiring their use. Will be an active participant in following applicable safety rules and regulations including necessary training and drills.
OLLI Program Manager 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 events, and trips each year to its members drawn from the Greater Huntsville area. The OLLI Program Manager position will provide leadership for the OLLI program, including program development, day-to-day operations, and overall management. The incumbent must have strong professional oral and written communication skills, be able to manage multiple responsibilities, maintain confidential information, provide excellent customer service, follow all guidelines and management requirements, provide general technical support, demonstrate success in volunteer management, and perform well in a team environment.
HVAC Technician II Huntsville, AL
The HVAC Technician II 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.
Plumber II Huntsville, AL
The Plumber II performs all duties required in the repair, installation, and servicing of plumbing systems.
Research Scientist II Huntsville, AL
The Research Scientist II will be involved in research and development across ITSC, including Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and creating 3D and CAD geometry.
Research Associate II Huntsville, AL
The Research Associate II will provide support for SERVIR science activities at its planned regional hub for Central America. The position will be located at the National Space Science & Technology Center in Huntsville, Alabama, but will support activities domestically and internationally, including travel.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.

More Jobs 41


Please note, job openings are posted for a minimum of three (3) business days and may be removed from the job posting board and filled any time after the minimum posting period has ended.


In compliance with federal regulations, UAH mandates that all employees must be fully vaccinated unless approved for a medical, disability, or religious exemption.


AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER OF
MINORITIES/FEMALES/VETERANS/DISABLED