Careers

Expression of Interest

Loading...

Current Opportunities

Position Location Closes
Career Coordinator II Huntsville, AL
The Career Coordinator II assists in the logistical and operational aspects of the career development program including campus-based outreach activities and career coaching with students and alumni. The coordinator also assists in identifying both experiential learning opportunities and permanent degreed positions for students and alumni.
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.
Staff Assistant Huntsville, AL
The Student Success Center Staff Assistant provides primary office support for the Student Success Center staff and its programs. The position will also provide guidance for the front desk and assist the Director with day-to-day operations, purchasing, and budget tracking.
Computer Scientist I Huntsville, AL
The Computer Scientist I will be involved in software design, development, and analysis in computational endeavors across ITSC.
Research Scientist II Huntsville, AL
The Research Scientist II will be involved in software design and development and engineering projects for various customers.
Academic Advisor I Huntsville, AL
The Engineering Academic Advisor supports academic advising of undergraduate engineering students and prospective students (includes advising, recruitment, retention, and admissions). This position also supports outreach activities for K-12 students and for local and regional community colleges as well as day to day operations of the office.
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.
Network Engineer I Huntsville, AL
The Network Engineer I is an entry level technical member responsible for the planning, implementation and ongoing administration/maintenance of various wired and wireless network infrastructure components managed by OIT. This position utilizes a basic understanding of both theoretical and practical IT network administration concepts to achieve specific technical objectives within the context and confines of university policies and established industry standards. Incumbents must be able to analyze problems, effectively communicate proposed solutions and work independently.
Junior Contracts & Grants Admin Huntsville, AL
The Junior Contract Administrator is an entry-level professional position and is responsible for providing entry-level support to the sponsored research community by preparing and submitting proposals, monitoring sponsored research award actions, database entry of awards, subawards, and subcontract data and payments, when applicable.
AMSTI Secondary Math Specialist Huntsville, AL
The Secondary Math Specialist will engage in educator instructional coaching and support, facilitate professional learning, collaborate with other specialists in the development of professional learning opportunities for regional teachers to grow their content knowledge and pedagogy.
Research Associate IV (step 2) Huntsville, AL
The Research Associate IV will provide information systems expertise and network management to the Cybersecurity Team supporting Army G6. The incumbent will also provide analysis and risk mitigation to reduce network intrusion and enhance the security of military systems and mentorship junior level and entry-level employees.
Research Scientist V (step 4) Huntsville, AL
The Research Scientist will provide geospatial and information technology assistance and specialization for the Inter-Agency Implementation and Advanced Concepts Team (IMPACT) in the Earth Systems Science Center. The candidate will be expected to work on data science issues in research and operational frameworks.
Title IX/EEO Coordinator Huntsville, AL
Reporting to the President, the Title IX/EEO Coordinator is a key administrator in the University’s Title IX and EEO compliance efforts and commitment to providing a learning and working environment free of discrimination, sexual discrimination, sexual misconduct, and gender-based harassment and discrimination. The Title IX/EEO Coordinator oversees and coordinates compliance efforts across multiple units of the campus community, providing guidance on current and emerging legislation and regulations related to Title IX, EEO, and oversight for the timely review and investigation of all reports of prohibited conduct.
Research Associate IV Huntsville, AL
SERVIR is a NASA and USAID joint program that enables the use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies for improved societal decision-making in SERVIR regions. The SERVIR Science Coordination Office (SCO) at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center is seeking to collaborate with UAH to provide SERVIR hub technical and science coordination. SERVIR is active in Amazonia, West Africa, Eastern and Southern Africa, Hindu Kush Himalaya, and Southeast Asia, and is expected to grow to other parts of the world in the near future. The SERVIR portfolio of products is designed and based around the needs of SERVIR regions. The portfolio is rapidly growing with increasing numbers of science applications being developed, and training conducted, to meet the needs of SERVIR regions. 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 key technical support to regional and national governmental institutions. The regional science coordination leads provide expertise and assess needs related to science areas and regional goals in SERVIR regions.
Research Associate I (step 4) Huntsville, AL
The Research Associate I will provide digitization support for Army technical documentation. Analysis and evaluation of Army technical documentation for completeness and accuracy, and mentor undergraduates regarding military support.
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.
Research Assistant VI (step 1) Huntsville, AL
The Research Assistant VI will provide support to the manufacturers, government agencies, and other agencies and organizations in the areas of business, operational, and supply chain management. Support the sustainment and growth of the UAH Office for Operational Excellence through the successful completion of assigned projects.
Custodian Huntsville, AL
The Custodian is a key member of UAH Facilities & Operations department, which is responsible for the planning, design, construction, renovation, maintenance, and repair for each of the University’s 90+ buildings and 500 acres. As a Custodial Worker I, the employee's primary responsibility is maintaining the cleanliness of the University's buildings. The employee’s duties will be performed (choose one) full-time during second shift (2:00 PM - 10:45 PM).
Custodian Huntsville, AL
This employee is a key member of UAH Facilities & Operations department, which is responsible for the planning, design, construction, renovation, maintenance, and repair for each of the University’s 90+ buildings and 500 acres. As a Custodial Worker I, the employee's primary responsibility is maintaining the cleanliness of the University's buildings. The employee’s duties will be performed full-time during second shift (2:00 PM-10:45PM)
Custodian Huntsville, AL
This employee is a key member of UAH Facilities & Operations department, which is responsible for the planning, design, construction, renovation, maintenance, and repair for each of the University’s 90+ buildings and 500 acres. As a Custodial Worker I, the employee's primary responsibility is maintaining the cleanliness of the University's buildings. The employee’s duties will be performed full-time during second shift (2:00 PM-10:45 PM).

More Jobs 32


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.


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