The Office of Academic Human Resources, Suite 420, 807 S. Wright St., maintains the listings for faculty and academic professional positions. More complete descriptions are available in that office during regular business hours. Any other information may be obtained from the person indicated in the listing.
Accountancy. Faculty, rank open (3-5 positions). PhD (or dissertation
in progress), demonstrated teaching effectiveness, strong research potential
commensurate with position sought. Available Aug. 21, 1997. Andrew Bailey,
333-2451. Closing date: April 30, 1997.
Business Administration. Faculty, rank open, (2 or more positions). PhD must be completed or near completion; demonstrated excellence in business-to-business marketing, marketing and technology, and database marketing. Available August 1997. James Hess, 333-4160. Closing date: Oct. 15.
Community Health. Visiting assistant professor. PhD in rehabilitation, specialty areas of counseling, services or psychology preferred; ABD candidates will be seriously considered. Available immediately. Paul Leung, 333-1970. Closing date: July 15.
Educational Psychology. Visiting instructor. Teaching experience at the university level, advanced degree and expertise in course content. Available fall 1996. Terence Tracey, 333-2245. Closing date: July 1.
Library. Assistant engineering librarian for digital services and assistant professor of library administration. MA in library science from an ALA-accredited library school or equivalent; at least 2 years' post-MLS experience in science or engineering reference services in an academic or special library; online database and CD-ROM searching experience; experience with database software development in a Microsoft Windows environment. Minimum $29,000. Available July 21. Allen Dries, 333-5494. Closing date: July 3.
University High School. Physical education teaching associate (2 positions). BA/BS in physical education or any field with extensive sports and/or sports coaching background; knowledge of health education and sports physiology. Security-sensitive position. Available Aug. 19. Linda Bruns-Wise, 333-2870. Closing date: July 12.
Admissions and Records. System engineer. BA/BS; 2-4 years experience
in computer-related fields; formal training in Netware support; experience
as a network administrator; familiarity with a broad range of application
software for Intel-based machines; familiarity with campus networking environments,
include TCP/IP and IPX protocols; experience providing and managing technical
support functions. Minimum $28,000. Brian L. Wallen, 333-6383. Closing date:
Admissions and Records. Assistant to the director, recruitment of African-American students. BA/BS and 1 year's relevant experience. Minimum $21,000-22,000. Available Aug. 5. Tammie Bouseman, 333-0302. Closing date: July 10.
Alumni Association, UI. Editor, U of I Magazine (Chicago). BS in journalism or related field required; minimum 3 years' experience in like position; strong managerial, personnel and communications skills critical; knowledge of desktop publishing software; thorough understanding of printing and prepress processes; must be published writer and an accomplished copy editor and proofreader. Available immediately. Dorothy Dilorio, email@example.com, (312) 996-6569. Closing date: June 28.
Alumni Association, UI. Editor, U of I Magazine (Urbana). BS in journalism or related field required; minimum 5 years' experience in like position; strong managerial, personnel and communications skills critical; knowledge of desktop publishing software; thorough understanding of printing and prepress processes; must be published writer and an accomplished copy editor and proofreader. Available immediately. Robert Heldman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 333-1472. Closing date: June 28.
Animal Sciences. Visiting research animal scientist. BA/BS (MA preferred); 3 years' working experience in beef cattle industry; demonstrated ability to develop and teach programs for professional and lay audiences. Available immediately. Dan Faulkner, 333-1781. Closing date: July 12.
Athletics, Division of Intercollegiate. Assistant to the associate director. MA or equivalent professional degree in a related field and 4 years' experience. Available immediately. Tom Porter, 244-0016. Closing date: June 24.
Capital Programs. Network analyst. BA/BS in computer science, information systems, business management or other relevant field; at least 3-5 years' experience with personal computer and/or networked environment (Windows NT Server), along with business management analysis, system development and/or maintenance/support experience; knowledge of multiple platforms and operating systems required. Minimum $35,000-45,000. Available immediately. Joseph Vitosky, email@example.com, 244-8518. Closing date: July 8.
Computing and Communications Services Office. Research programmer. BA/BS and at least 2 years' experience is required. Available immediately. Joyce McCabe, 333-1637. Closing date: June 17.
Cooperative Extension. Extension specialist, 4-H/Youth. PhD in education or a discipline related to human resource development; experience conducting youth education programs; evidence of creativity and innovation in designing and implementing effective education programs for youth and adults in nonformal settings. Available Sept. 1. Carol Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org, 333-9288. Closing date: July 12.
Counseling Center. Network analyst, (50 percent appointment). BA/BS and 2 years' relevant experience. Available Aug. 1. Theresa Rhodes, 333-8360. Closing date: July 5.
Crop Sciences. Research specialist in agriculture (molecular biology). BS in appropriate discipline such as biology, biochemistry, microbiology, genetics, animal sciences or crop sciences; laboratory experience in molecular biology required; experience with molecular biological techniques such as DNA and RNA isolation and analysis, molecular cloning and/or PCR. Available July 1. D.A. Lee, 333-9479. Closing date: June 21.
Educational Research, Bureau of. Visiting director, research opportunities office (50 percent, 1-year appointment). MA or PhD; experience with writing and editing reports, announcements and proposals; experience with proposal development; general familiarity with federal agencies, foundations and other sources of funding; familiarity with university and other resources for fund-raising. Available immediately. Lizanne DeStefano, 333-8520. Closing date: July 1.
Electrical and Computer Engineer. Engineering teaching lab specialist. BS (MS preferred) in electrical engineering or equivalent field; experience in integrated circuit fabrication and device characterization required; experience with UNIX, DOS, Excel and HTML. Available immediately. J.J. Coleman, 333-2555. Extended closing date: July 15.
Executive Development Center. Program manager, (1-2 positions.) BA/BS in business, education or related field; minimum 5 years' management or other appropriate experience; experience in continuing education, professional development, corporate sales or equivalent; knowledge of needs of executive education in a corporation; experience in accounting/budgeting. Available immediately. Kathleen Zanotti, email@example.com, 333-4552. Closing date: July 1.
Executive Development Center. Resource and policy analyst. BA/BS in business or related area; 3 years' experience in higher education administration. Available immediately. Virginia Waaler, firstname.lastname@example.org, 333-4552. Closing date: July 1.
Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center. Process evaluation specialist. MS in engineering or scientific discipline and knowledge of and extensive experience in the area of membrane applications such as UF, RO and electrodialysis, and with process development; must have industrial plant exposure, possess good communication skills, be familiar with waste management and pollution prevention concepts and techniques. Minimum $30,000-33,000. Available July 15. Human Resources Office, 333-8940. Closing date: June 24.
Liberal Arts and Science, College of. Staff assistant. MA (preferably in a liberal arts and sciences or related discipline), or a BA/BS plus at least 2 years' prior work experience exhibiting administrative abilities required. Available July 1. Staff assistant search committee, 333-1350. Closing date: June 19.
McKinley Health Center. Health educator, nutrition education. Must be a registered dietitian and possess an MA in nutrition, health education or a related field; 2 or more years' experience in individual and group nutrition education and experience with eating disorders preferred. Available immediately. Jerry Ogbudimkpa, 333-2711. Closing date: July 26.
Music. Program coordinator, (50 percent appointment). MA in music preferred; BA/BS in music required; 2 years' experience in concert scheduling, performance experience as pianist/accompanist, and experience teaching music at post-secondary level required. Available Aug. 21. Don V Moses, 244-2676. Closing date: July 1.
Planning and Budgeting, University Office for. Resource and policy analyst. MA in an area of specialization that provides a strong background in data collection and assessment, statistical analysis and information management; at least 3 years' professional experience; knowledge and experience in information technology and management information reporting; experience in use of database applications, particularly in a microcomputer environment. Available immediately. Judith McCoy-Lindauer, 333-6600. Closing date: July 19.
Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Visiting specialist in education. BA/BS (MA preferred) in a science, computer science, education or related field; Macintosh, Internet and networking experience is required; experience in proposal preparation is required. Available immediately. Staff Resource Center, #5070, email@example.com, 244-4117. Closing date: July 8.
Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Visiting senior research programmer. MA required, PhD preferred in engineering, computer science or related field; 2-4 years' relevant experience include graphics programming in C and/or C++, include a knowledge of GL, OpenGL and graphics algorithms; use of visualization packages such as AVS, Explorer or IDL. Available immediately. Staff Resource Center, #5071, firstname.lastname@example.org, 244-4117. Closing date: July 12.
Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Research Programmer (specializing as an industrial consultant for J.P. Morgan). BA/BS required, preferable in computer science, business, finance or a closely related field, with a computer background; 2-4 years' high performance computing and communications application within commercial/business discipline; broad training in high performance computing and communication technologies is essential. Available immediately. Staff Resource Center, #5080, email@example.com, 244-4117. Closing date: July 15.
Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Program Manager. BA/BS; 4-8 years' experience in business management, specifically related to technical project management, personnel supervision and development; project management; strong project and personnel management techniques; strong presentation and interpersonal communication. Available immediately. Staff Resource Center, #5081, firstname.lastname@example.org, 244-4117. Closing date: July 15.
Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. System engineer. BA/BS in computer science, electrical engineering or related field; training in management and support of individual technologies such as UNIX system administration; 2 years' relevant experience. Available immediately. Staff Resource Center, #5082, email@example.com, 244-4117. Closing date: July 15.
Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Research programmer (specializing as an industrial consultant focusing on business applications). BA/BS required in business, finance, math, statistics, computer science or closely related field; broad training in high performance computing and communication technologies; 2-4 years' high-performance computing and communications applications within commercial/business discipline is essential; 1-2 years' high performance computing and communications consulting. Available immediately. Staff Resource Center, #5083, firstname.lastname@example.org, 244-4117. Closing date: July 15.
Vice Chancellor for Research. Assistant or associate vice chancellor for research. BA/BS required, MS preferred; thorough knowledge of University Financial and Administrative Systems and minimum of 5 years' experience in university administration. Available immediately. Kate Wood, 333-0034. Closing date: June 28.
Personnel Services Office, 52 E. Gregory Drive, Champaign, conducts open and continuous testing for civil service classifications used on campus.
More information is available by calling 333-2137.