The Black Faculty and Staff Association at the University of Notre Dame strives to aid in the recruitment and support of talented Black faculty and staff across the University community. As a part of this effort, we have listed some currently open positions and we encourage you to apply for any and all that are of interest to you. If you apply for a position, please let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office of Financial Aid
The Financial Aid Assistant Director (FinAid AD) analyzes financial aid applications and other confidential information in order to determine the amount and packaging of an aid award to the applicant; advises students and parents about costs, financial aid policies, procedures, programs, funding limitations and options; and responds to appeals. The FinAid AD manages one or more of the department’s program elements performing assignments with limited instruction (e.g., audit & compliance, production & operations, federal loan programs, state grant programs, student employment, satisfactory progress, graduate aid, etc.) or oversees one or more functional areas, such as reporting. The FinAid AD maintains awareness of the University’s strategic enrollment goals and collaborates as needed with others in the division and evaluates results to ensure that anticipated outcomes are achieved. The FinAid AD may lead a department team or committee or serve on a divisional team or committee. This position requires advanced knowledge of federal, state, and institutional financial aid regulations and policies with the ability to apply that knowledge to the completion of complex assignments. Special emphasis will be given to applicants who demonstrate excellence in compliance, efficient use of technology, communications, and customer service.
Human Resources Consultant
The Office of Human Resources is dedicated to making Notre Dame the workplace of choice for our faculty and staff and do so in a variety of ways. We sharpen their potential by offering world class learning programs. We take care of our employees by offering an unparalleled benefits package designed to maximize their wellness and well-being. Working at Notre Dame will forever change your life because working at Notre Dame isn’t just a job. It’s being part of a family. We’re a family that strives for excellence and accountability in everything we do. We are also a family where we value each employee’s gifts and contributions.
A Human Resources Consultant is responsible for providing guidance and support to University leadership and employees of designated divisions or colleges on strategic initiatives impacting their organization and people, and identifying HR issues that will help achieve business goals and objectives (strategic planning). They inform and work with colleagues in HR’s Centers of Expertise (COE) about these issues so that appropriate solutions can be designed. You will be a change leader as well as a trusted adviser to leaders, and a coach to employees and managers. We are the curators of Notre Dame’s culture.
Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab
The Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab is part of the Technology Ethics Center. The Lab serves as the primary vehicle through which the Center engages with technology companies, policymakers, and advocacy groups on critical technology ethics questions. The Program Manager will work closely with the Director of the Lab, with other Lab staff and faculty, and with the Director and faculty of the Technology Ethics Center to implement a strategic plan for the Lab and coordinate the Lab’s many projects and activities. In particular, the Program Director will work with the Director of the Lab to design and complete projects relating to technology ethics, producing relevant outputs including policy statements, white papers, best practices statements, and other publications. The Program Manager will engage faculty affiliated with the Technology Ethics Center, industry and government experts, and other organizations working in areas relevant to the Lab’s projects.
Pulte Institute for Global Development
The Associate Director independently oversees a portfolio of large and complex projects within the Pulte Institute for Global Development’s (Pulte) Innovation and Practice (IP) Division. This includes a full range of professional level work that includes project management, providing and assessing technical inputs, finance, coordination, administrative support and oversight for Pulte and research programs that requires processing and translating complex research findings into practice and policy. The Associate Director supports effective implementation of externally-funded projects in the IP Division (the IP Division connects cutting-edge Notre Dame faculty research to help solve global development challenges) and serves as a critical link between Pulte, faculty/students, implementation partners, and funding agencies by providing technical assistance, budgeting, communication, and identifying supplemental technical resources as needed, and other general program support. The Associate Director plays a significant role in the financial management and reporting of the Pulte Institute’s grant-funded budgets, and will work closely with colleagues in the Pulte Institute and the Keough School of Global Affairs to ensure financial and reporting compliance for external grants. The Associate Director will assist in developing proposals for funding organizations, helping to expand the overall IP portfolio in line with the Pulte strategic plan and developing financial resources to support individual faculty needs. This includes independently identifying, researching, writing, and budgeting proposals for grants and project work funded by federal agencies, corporations, and foundations. This position will formulate program strategies and goals, direct long-term planning and develop policies and procedures related to projects and in support of the Division.
The Program Manager independently oversees a portfolio of moderately complex projects within the Pulte Institute for Global Development’s (Pulte) Innovation and Practice (IP) Division. This includes a full range of professional level work that includes project management, finance, coordination, administrative support and oversight for the Pulte Institute and research programs that requires processing and interpreting moderately complex issues. The Program Manager supports effective implementation of externally-funded projects in the IP Division (the IP Division connects cutting-edge Notre Dame faculty research to help solve global development challenges) and serves as a critical link between Pulte, faculty/students, implementation partners, and funding agencies by providing budgeting, logistics, communication, identifying technical resources as needed, and other general program support. Of particular note are a number of projects incorporating Information Technology and Democracy & Governance principles. The Program Manager also assists in the financial management and reporting of the University-funded and grant-funded budgets, and will work closely with others within the IP Division and Pulte more broadly.
Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Specialist
The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Specialist will support Notre Dame’s role in the USAID-funded, Greater Internet Freedom (GIF) project. This project will increase the capacity of civil society and independent media, in as many as 40 countries annually where USAID works for three years on internet freedom issues relevant to country contexts. The Activity will link local actors to regional and global expertise and dialogues in the internet freedom community, broadening that community to include voices and concerns from local civil societies and to bring global expertise and best practices to the local level. USAID, through this activity, seeks to advance internet freedom in the countries where it works by ensuring that digital security capacities; data awareness; and activism on behalf of an open, interoperable, reliable, and secure internet are available, adaptive, and integrated into the operation of independent media and civil society.
The Law School - Dean's Office
Faculty Administrative Assistant
The Faculty Administrative Assistant provides administrative support to law faculty and administrators by performing a variety of general office duties, such as, prepare manuscripts for print quality using designated software programs; prepare correspondence, class materials and legal briefs; compose letters of recommendation for students; maintain class attendance records; assist with travel arrangements and prepare travel and expense reimbursement requests for faculty; function as a faculty-student liaison; assist student research assistants; answer and screen incoming calls; serve as backup support for faculty assistants; and greet visitors and students. On occasion, this position will assist with planning special projects, such as commencement and faculty conferences.