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Public Health Research Associate College of Science & Engineeri
The Public Health Research Associate is responsible for assisting with the management and coordination of research activities of a project focused on improving access to community-based services for justice-involved individuals. Responsibilities include daily project activities assigned by the Project Coordinator, including but not limited to, working with field staff, implementing an intervention, recruiting participants, collecting data, performing basic data analysis, and participating in report and manuscript preparation. This is a grant-funded, part-time, temporary position.
Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Tuba/Euphonium College of Fine Arts
The TCU School of Music seeks a talented performer and teacher to lead the growing tuba/euphonium studio as an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice (full-time, non tenure-track).
Assistant Professor of Saxophone and Director of Jazz Studies College of Fine Arts
This full-time faculty position is on-campus and in-person. The Assistant Professor for Saxophone and Director of the Jazz Studies program will teach studio saxophone at the undergraduate, graduate and artist diploma levels, maintaining a high-quality saxophone studio through teaching and performing. In addition to the studio, they will direct the Jazz Studies program and conduct Jazz Ensemble I. They will continue/expand professional performance to achieve national and international visibility. Additional responsibilities could include teaching secondary areas according to the needs of the School as defined by the Director of the School of Music and participating in departmental activities, including solo and collaborative performing, and other activities appropriate for a faculty member at a major research university.
College of Science and Engineering-Assistant Professor of Biology College of Science & Engineeri
TCU seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Biology. A PhD degree in the area of Biology and two-years of post-graduate research experience (e.g., post-doctoral training, government, or industrial research) are expected. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in teaching, research, and service as follows: 1) contribute to existing courses and develop upper-level undergraduate/graduate courses in their area of expertise; 2) maintain an active research program that involves undergraduate and graduate students (MS and PhD) and has the potential for extramural funding; 3) serve on departmental committees and advise undergraduate Biology majors.
Mixed Reality Simulation Specialist Medical School
The Mixed Reality (MR) Simulation Specialist will support the development and lead the implementation and delivery of simulation and modeling technology within the Burnett School of Medicine at TCU. The MR Simulation Specialist serves as technical lead for experiential learning activities that incorporate simulation and modeling modalities such as, but not limited to, virtual reality, augmented reality, hybrid simulators, computerized models, manikins, and part task trainers. The MR Simulation Specialist serves as the technical support to learners, faculty and staff prior to, during, and after learning activities. The MR Simulation Specialist will report to the Manager of Simulation Operations and has specific responsibilities for logistical planning, testing, set-up, operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of all simulation assets, particularly software and peripherals, but also hardware and other related equipment. The MR Simulation Specialist will construct, implement and deliver education and training to faculty and staff for respective simulation modalities and will support faculty, staff, and learners during learning activities, including asynchronous activities.
Equipment Operator AVC Facilities
The Equipment Operator is responsible for maintaining landscape and hardscape by operating commercial landscaping equipment.
Horticultural Assitant AVC Facilities
The Horticultural Assistant is responsible for maintaining landscape and hardscape by planting, weeding, trimming landscape and operating landscaping equipment.
Pump Technician AVC Facilities
The Pump Technician works independently and with other plant personnel to perform preventative and routine maintenance tasks. This position is responsible for troubleshooting issues, repairing failures on equipment, pumps, and fountains on campus. This position also monitors the water chemistry used in heating and chilled water systems with a daily analysis report for proper treatment. All tasks will be performed while supporting the policies, goals, and objectives of the University.
Postal Assistant AVC Facilities
The Postal Assistant (Temporary) transmits communications by distributing and dispatching mail.
Costume Technician College of Fine Arts
TCU Department of Theatre invites applications for a part-time Costume Technician. The department seeks applicants that are skilled in costume construction, tailoring, alterations, repairs, millinery and basic shoe repairs. They should be proficient using domestic and industrial sewing machines, sergers, blind hemmers and industrial irons. This position will be supervised by and work closely with the Theatre TCU Costume Studio Manager. The Costume Technician will support Theatre TCU’s Costume Studio in constructing new costumes and altering rented, borrowed or stock costumes for theatre productions. The Costume Technician will also provide support to students as needed in completion of projects related to Theatre TCU productions and theatre coursework.
Program Coordinator (Center for Real Estate) M.J. Neeley School of Business
The Program Coordinator for the TCU Neeley School of Business Center for Real Estate will be responsible for program planning/implementation and administrative/departmental support. This role will work to build, grow, and enrich the Center while increasing the global reputation and ranking of the Neeley School of Business Real Estate programs through the establishment of an Advisory Board, graduate/undergraduate outreach initiatives, and coordination of industry events.
Administrative Support Assistant - Institute of Behavioral Research College of Science & Engineeri
The Administrative Support Assistant is responsible for supporting department by responding to customers, providing information, receiving, and processing data.
Associate Director of Compliance - Athletics Athletics
The Associate Director of Compliance will oversee all aspects of the initial eligibility process for all sports, including but not limited to tracking and troubleshooting NCAA Eligibility Center status, TCU Admissions process, and initial eligibility waivers. The position will also manage and monitor camps/clinics, local sports clubs, and official visit approvals. Other duties include assisting the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and compliance staff with name, image, and likeness monitoring and education; conduct and employment of athletics personnel; and vetting of IAWP. The position will be a member of the TCU Office of Athletics Compliance and will report directly to the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance. Applicants must have a commitment to and responsibility for adhering to all TCU, BIG 12 Conference and NCAA rules and regulations.
Coordinator of Marketing & Communications VC Marketing and Communication
The Marketing & Communications Coordinator is responsible for strategically utilizing a variety of marketing and communications tools to advance the AddRan College of Liberal Arts brand, messaging and visibility among key audiences in alignment with the university’s strategic plan and parent brand. The primary role of the Coordinator is to develop and implement tactics that result in increased awareness, visibility and enhanced reputation for AddRan College and, by extension, TCU.
High School Campus Coordinator College of Education
The High School Campus Coordinator assists Texas high school students in under-served communities to realize their dream of attending college by advising students with college admissions, financial aid, and scholarship applications; coordinating information with high school staff at the student’s school. They will be assigned to a Tarrant To and Through (T3) partner campus, where they will work with and supervise a team of first and second-year high school college advisers.
Administrative Assistant-Writing Center Vice Provost
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support by coordinating activities, supporting programs and facilitating department objectives.
Director Ranch Management and Associate/Professor of Professional Practice College of Science & Engineeri
The Director Ranch Management is responsible for planning and effectively directing all aspects of the TCU Ranch Management Program, including providing the best service to students, alumni, the industry, the public, and TCU.
Administrative Assistant - Graduate Academic Activities Office M.J. Neeley School of Business
Administrative Assistant in the Graduate Programs office of the Neeley School of Business is responsible for providing administrative support by coordinating activities, supporting programs, and facilitating department objectives.
High School College Advisor College of Education
The High School College Advisor assists Texas high school students in underserved communities realize their dream of attending college by advising students about college admissions, financial aid, and scholarship applications; and coordinating information with high school staff at the student’s school.
Administrative Program Specialist - Registrar's Office AP Enrollment Mgmt
The Administrative Program Specialist is responsible for providing program support to the Registrar’s office by facilitating program goals and objectives and providing specialized program support for students, department, and colleges particularly in the area of transfer credit and articulation.

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