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Employment – Current Opportunities

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Digital Initiatives Librarian Library Collections
Butler University Libraries seeks a Digital Initiatives Librarian to lead our efforts to create access to the University’s unique collections and resources, ensuring that these materials are easily discoverable by the Butler University community and the public. This new position is the result of the Libraries’ commitment to improving and broadening the scope of our digital collections which currently include resources from the Libraries’ Special Collections and University Archives as well as departments across campus. The Digital Initiatives Librarian will provide expertise to the Libraries on evolving digital asset management and digital preservation best practices and will work collaboratively with library colleagues and others to help create and sustain digital collections, policies, and workflows.
Assistant Professor in the PA Program Physician Assistant
Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences invites applications for a full-time, 12-month, didactic, tenure-track, assistant professor in the Master of Physician Assistant Program in the Department of PA Studies. Responsibilities may include classroom and lab instruction, small group case-based discussion, course management, simulation development, student advisement and mentoring, program and college committee service, community service, and scholarship.
Associate Director for Institutional Equity – Civil Rights/Title IX Investigator Diversity Equity & Inclusion
The Associate Director for Institutional Equity - Civil Rights/ Title IX Investigator reports to the Director for Institutional Equity/Title IX Coordinator and serves as a member of the DEI Leadership Team. This individual has the primary responsibility to independently conduct investigations into allegations of discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, relationship (dating) violence, and stalking involving University community members. Acts as a neutral party and provides an unbiased fact-finding report. Additionally, they will serve as a Panelist and Advisor in Title IX cases and assist in the division's civil rights and Title IX educational and awareness efforts for the university community.
Postdoctoral Researcher Pharmaceutical Sciences
Gulsevin Lab. at Butler University Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (www.gulsevinlab.org) has an open postdoctoral researcher position for individuals with an interest in the development and application of cutting-edge methods for the modeling of membrane-binding proteins and peptides. This is a full-time position, and the starting date is in August 2024. In this position, you can apply your programming and biophysics/computational bioinformatics knowledge to develop new computational tools while learning more about Rosetta and machine-learning-based structure prediction and design methods. As a RosettaCommons member lab, our group belongs to a large scientific community that poses many learning and collaboration opportunities. You will have the chance to work closely with student researchers and mentor them through their research efforts while receiving individualized mentorship. The postdoctoral researcher selected for this role will design, organize, and conduct research in the fields of computational chemistry and structural biology with a specific focus on membrane proteins and their interactions with cell membranes and peptides. The successful candidate will be responsible for the development and application of software and computational tools for the modeling of interactions between membrane proteins and peptides and their membrane partners. These studies will combine traditional and machine-learning-based methods, which will provide the opportunity to learn and apply different tools and algorithms to solve important problems in structural biology. In addition to the research duties, the postdoctoral researcher will summarize the scientific findings of their studies and publish results in research journals; assume general responsibility for scientific operations of the laboratory, including maintenance of the software used in the laboratory; and provide supervision and guidance to junior technicians, students, and researchers.
Business Advisor, Indiana Small Business Development Center ONB Ctr for Bus Excellence
The Business Advisor at the Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC) is a dynamic role focused on providing direct support and counsel to small businesses within an eight-county region, including the Indianapolis metropolitan area. The Business Advisor will be responsible for advising and guiding small businesses in various stages of development, conducting training sessions, and tracking client progress using the Neoserra Client Management System (CMS). This role demands compliance with both federal Small Business Administration (SBA) standards and the standards set by the State of Indiana Economic Development Corporation, host of the ISBDC network.
Business Advisor, Indiana Small Business Development Center (part-time) ONB Ctr for Bus Excellence
The Business Advisor at the Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC) is a dynamic role focused on providing direct support and counsel to small businesses within an eight-county region, including the Indianapolis metropolitan area. The Business Advisor will be responsible for advising and guiding small businesses in various stages of development, conducting training sessions, and tracking client progress using the Neoserra Client Management System (CMS). This role demands compliance with both federal Small Business Administration (SBA) standards and the standards set by the State of Indiana Economic Development Corporation, host of the ISBDC network.
Associate Director of Butler Community Engagement - Alumni Relations Univ Advance
Butler University is seeking an Associate Director of Butler Community Engagement. This position is responsible for the development and execution of community engagement and relationship-building plans on behalf of Butler University. This includes but is not limited to alumni, family, friends, and donors. This role exists to: 1. Support the strategic development and execution of programming in communities (regional and MBA) that engage constituents with the greatest propensity to give of their time, talent, and treasure. 2. Support philanthropic efforts by overseeing the programming and strategy for the annual Giving Circle program and grant submission process. 3. Develop relationships with key constituents that further Butler’s objectives related to student success and fundraising for urgent student needs.
Disability Specialist Disabled Student Services
The position determines appropriate accommodations for students and provides individualized case management and direct support to students with disabilities under the applicable legal mandates and guidelines. This position also creates and implements programming and initiatives to help increase disability awareness across campus.
Assistant General Counsel for Contracts and Risk Management Legal
The Assistant General Counsel for Contracts and Risk Management ensures thorough review of all contracts in which the University is a party and effective risk management for the University by collaborating with key risk stakeholders.
Assistant Coach - Softball PT Softball-Women
Butler University Athletics is looking to hire a part-time assistant softball coach.
Administrative Specialist - LSB Graduate Programs Masters in Risk Mgmt
The Lacy School of Business Administrative Specialist for Graduate Programs provides general support for various graduate programs. This support includes timely and accurate communication to current and prospective graduate students, managing a number of graduate program events, assisting with student group activities, organizing course schedules, helping with registration matters, and providing general data entry and administrative support to the department as needed.
Assistant Coach - Women's Soccer PT Soccer-Women
Butler University Athletics is looking to hire a part-time Assistant Women's Soccer Coach.
Associate Director of Foundation Relations Univ Advance
The Associate Director of Foundation Relations provides support for all Office of Foundation Relations activities, including grant prospecting, proposal submissions, grant stewardship, and reporting. Emphasis is on grant activities generated from the Office of the President and grant opportunities supporting University strategic priorities of $1 million or more.
Assistant Professor in Accounting Accounting, ABT, Statistics
The Lacy School of Business at Butler University seeks applications for a tenure-track assistant professor faculty position in Accounting. We are especially interested in applicants with a strong focus on Auditing. The position start date is August 2024, and the standard teaching load is nine credit hours per semester with release time made available based on research productivity. A willingness and ability to teach online is also expected. We welcome applicants with prior experience to apply.
Lecturer and Foundational Course Director in the Pulliam School of Journalism and Creative Media Journalism
The Eugene S. Pulliam School of Journalism and Creative Media in the College of Communication at Butler University invites applications for a nine-month Lecturer in the Critical Communication and Media Studies (CCM) major with an expected start date of August 2024. The position is a three-year appointment with the possibility of renewal. The successful candidate will also serve as the College of Communication Foundational Course Director who will oversee college required courses including a public speaking course COM 101 (Rhetoric and the American Democratic Tradition), COM 215 (Speech for Business, which is required of all majors in the Lacy School of Business), and SW 266 (Media Literacy). The successful candidate will teach these courses and classes in the CCM major including courses in their area of expertise from an inclusive pedagogical perspective. The typical teaching load at Butler University is 12 credit hours a semester, and this position will come with three credits of release each semester for serving in the role of Foundational Course Director.
Assistant Director - Financial Aid Fin Aid Admin
The Assistant Director - Financial Aid is a key ally to support students before, during, and after their time at Butler University. The Assistant Director counsels students and families from the initial financial aid application as a prospective student, through the renewal financial aid process to maintain eligibility from varying aid sources, to educating students and parents about responsible borrowing and repaying their loans after Butler.
Infrastructure Systems Analyst Information Technology Exec
Butler University’s Information Technology department is currently seeking a passionate and skilled Infrastructure Systems Analyst who is eager to join a team that values education, collaboration, innovation, and fun. The Analyst will be involved with Butler’s enterprise infrastructure technology at all levels, including virtualized compute environment, backup and storage systems, wired and wireless networks, and associated applications.
Groundskeeper Campus Grounds
Butler University seeks a groundskeeper for our Indianapolis campus. The Groundskeeper role is a necessary position in the operations department to maintain and keep the campus grounds in order.
General Maintenance Worker Operations
Under general direction of the Structures Supervisor, the General Maintenance Worker repairs cabinets, counters, shelves, tables and miscellaneous furniture; replaces and repairs doors, closures and locks; alters and repairs a variety of building structures such as walls, partitions, doorways, windows and frames, stairways, masonry and roofs. Installs window glass and screens, applies wall and floor covering materials in addition to installing and repairing ceramic and other types of tile. May make routine electrical, plumbing and mechanical repairs when that work is integral to the repairs or installation. Helps guide the work of less experienced workers.
Facilities Service Tech I Operations
Under direct supervision of the T.E.M.P. shop supervisor, performs semi-skilled and skilled maintenance duties in a variety of trade areas that may include plumbing, electrical, HVAC, data communication, fire alarms, campus utilities, building automations systems, swimming pool operations, preventative maintenance, and event staffing. Assignments may include service/diagnosis, repair/replace, new install, preventive maintenance, construction of some minor projects, or other trades based on knowledge and skill level.

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