University of Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

Institution Info

4 Active Postings

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Institution Type:

Public, 4-year

Institution Size: < 30,000 Students

Active Job Postings

  • Senior Director of Advancement (PRN25744B)

    Administrative

    University of Utah Health seeks a dynamic, collaborative fundraising professional to serve as the Senior Director of Advancement (SDOA) and seek philanthropic support for the identified priorities of the School of Medicine (SOM), in addition to University of Utah Health’s new building for the medical school. The new medical building complex will serve as the heart of campus, welcome healing,…

    Salary Range:
    $126,000 - $136,000
  • Assistant Director (PRN25642B)


    The Office of Orientation & Transition is hiring for an Assistant Director who will focus on New Student Orientation. This position will have the opportunity to impact the development of undergraduate student leaders and aid in the orientation, transition, and retention of a variety of student populations, including first-year and transfer students. Core Values of the office include: Embrace and…

    Salary Range:
    $42,000 - $46,000
  • Assistant Director (PRN25642B)

    Administrative

    The Office of Orientation & Transition is hiring for an Assistant Director who will focus on New Student Orientation. This position will have the opportunity to impact the development of undergraduate student leaders and aid in the orientation, transition, and retention of a variety of student populations, including first-year and transfer students. Core Values of the office include: Embrace and…

    Salary Range:
    $42,000 - $46,000
  • Event Post

    Resident Director

    Housing/Residence Life

    We are seeking a minimum of three RDs to join our team for the 2021 academic year. The University of Utah will seek highly qualified candidate through TPE as well as outside of TPE. Priority review date for this position is February 10, 2021.

    The Resident Director for Residential Education (RD) position is a 12 month, full-time, live-in, professional…

    Salary Range:
    $37,229 - $37,229
    Additional Compensation
    1. Full University benefit plan: • Immediate 14.2% University contribution to 401k retirement plan • Health and dental insurance options • 50% tuition after 6 months of employment 2. Minimum two bedroom apartment (furnishings available), which includes all utilities and internet 3. $1,200 in professional development funds (pending budget approval due to COVID expenses) 4. Partial meal plan when dining service is in session 5. Partial moving expense coverage
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  • Like our sponsoring organizations, ACUHO-I and NASPA, TPE shares the heartbreak and outrage felt by our student affairs colleagues as we all mourn the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless other Black people killed because of racism and hate. We acknowledge that these tragedies reflect long-standing racial injustice within our nation. We also recognize that our Black colleagues are exhausted and scared, and need space to grieve. Finally, we know that privilege and oppression exist everywhere - in our communities, on our campuses, and amongst our profession.

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