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Communications Officer Lewisburg, PA
Bucknell University's office of Public Safety is seeking a third shift Communications Officer. This person will perform a full range of duties in a 24 hour communication center to include answering routine and emergency telephone and radio calls, dispatching officers, providing information, fire/intrusion monitoring, use of NCIC and JNET criminal/traffic computers and monitoring all incoming camera video.
Assistant Professor of Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies Lewisburg, PA
The Department of Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies at Bucknell University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor beginning August 2023.
Laboratory Director, Biology Lewisburg, PA
The Biology Department at Bucknell University is seeking a Laboratory Director to join its team! Among other things, the Laboratory Director will be responsible for teaching 4 to 5 lab sections each semester, prepares lab material and equipment, and supervises both graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants. This is a full-time, 10-month, exempt, benefits eligible position.
University Quantitative Support Specialist Lewisburg, PA
Bucknell University is seeking a Quantitative Support Specialist who will report to the Associate Director for Student Learning Support in the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC). They will work closely with the staff of the TLC, departments on campus that offer courses needing quantitative support, an SLS Faculty Fellow for Quantitative Support, and the Associate Provost for Transformative Teaching and Learning. The primary activities of this position are offering individualized assistance with quantitative concepts to students; supporting the work and professional development of peer tutors and study group facilitators in introductory quantitative courses; and leading workshops for students. Learner-centered work with students includes one-on-one and small group tutoring, building and conducting workshops to help students build stronger foundational quantitative skills, and collaborating on the training and supervision of a corps of peer tutors. The person in this position may have the opportunity to teach a quantitatively-focused course periodically. This position will have a flexible start date no later than August 1, 2023. This position is donor-funded through May, 2027, and is renewable pending additional funding. It is a priority for Bucknell to secure funding to ensure that students receive ongoing support in this area.
Community Director Lewisburg, PA
The Office of Residential Education commits to providing intentional and deliberate educational experiences for students that support the academic mission of the University. Placing students at the forefront and giving them ownership of their Bucknell experience, Residential Education cultivates an intentional student experience that advances individual transformation. The Community Director position is a 12-month, live-in appointment reporting to the Director of Residential Education and is on a team comprised of six Community Directors. The Community Director supervises approximately 10-20 Residential Advisers and oversees the daily operations of one or more residential areas. With building community as a priority of a Community Director’s work, this position is responsible for developing educational opportunities in an environment that enhances student learning and growth in areas including academic success, campus and community engagement, social justice and inclusion, personal development and leadership & professional development. As live-in professionals, Community Directors are considered first responders and will serve in an on-call rotation to assist with crisis management, intervention and emergency response. The Community Director assumes leadership over an assigned Residential Education initiative such as Appreciation and Recognition, Diversity and Inclusion, Operations, Assessment and Programming, RA Selection, or RA Training. Additionally, the Community Director actively participates in and supports all initiatives of the Office of Residential Education and the Division of Student Affairs.
Accounting Manager, Grants Lewisburg, PA
Reporting directly to the Assistant Controller within the Finance Office, the Accounting Manager for Grants will be responsible for financial compliance, monitoring, and reporting of federal, state, local and private grants and contracts. The Accounting Manager for Grants will work closely with both the Finance Office and the Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP). This position will also work with the Provost’s office and the College Deans, each of which has responsibilities in the grants process. This position will be considered for scheduling flexibility to work in a hybrid capacity based on staffing and business needs.
Tenure-Track position in Latinx Studies with a focus on Afro-Latinx issues and Social Movements Lewisburg, PA
The Latin American Studies Program at Bucknell University invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Latinx Studies to begin in July 2023. The disciplinary field is open. We seek a scholar whose research involves Afro-Latinx populations who identify as having roots in territories across the Americas, including the Caribbean. Special consideration will be given to candidates working on contemporary social movements whose actions critically address issues related to race, ethnicity, citizenship status, class, or gender. Ph.D. is required at the time of employment.
Tenure-track, Assistant Professor in Health, Community and Climate Change Lewisburg, PA
Bucknell University's Department of Geography and the Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences invites applications for a tenure-track, assistant professor position in Health, Community, and Climate Change to begin August 2023. The successful candidate will be an interdisciplinary environmental health specialist whose research and teaching focus on the ways social and environmental systems drive differential health outcomes at multiple scales. The candidate will study the relations of community health with global climate change, such as exploring the disproportionate health impacts as a result of environmental racism and racial capitalism. We encourage applicants whose scholarly work focuses on critical, decolonial, and anti-racist approaches to human-environmental phenomena.

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