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. Faculty -------- Mathematics. Teaching associate. MS in mathematics and experience teaching at the post- secondary level; high level of computer literacy and experience with "Mathematica" required. Security-sensitive position. Available Aug. 21. Paul M. Weichsel, 244-7311. Closing date: April 20. Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. Assistant professor. PhD in psychology, sociology or related field; experience in designing, conducting and administering multi-disciplinary research projects dealing with the human dimension of environmental issues. Available Aug. 21. Joyce Canaday, 333-2771. Extended closing date: April 30. Sociology. Head. Must have a tenured faculty appointment in Liberal Arts and Sciences; strong record of scholarship and dedication to excellence is essential. Available Aug. 20. Jesse G. Delia, 333-1350. Closing date: April 25. Academic Professional ---------------------- Accounting. Program coordinator. MA required with 3-5 years' experience in external relations with various university constituencies. Available July 1. Andrew D. Bailey, 333-2451. Closing date: April 20. Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. Associate director of development. BA/BS required; 2 years' relevant experience in fund raising or in related corporate/non-profit setting. Available immediately. Lynette L. Marshall, 333-9355. Closing date: May 10. Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. Director of development. BA/BS required; 3-5 years of fund-raising experience, preferably at a public university. Available immediately. Lynette L. Marshall, 333-9355. Closing date: May 10. Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. Marketing specialist. BA/BS in marketing or related field is required; experience with promotional campaigns, especially direct response and knowledge of word processing, database and spreadsheet software are required; ability to attend to details on large projects, to work with others and to take on leadership role on projects are required. Available July 1. Gail Snowdon, 333-4780. Closing date: May 15. Athletics, Division of Intercollegiate. Assistant varsity coach, track and field/cross country, women. BA/BS required, MA preferred; knowledge of NCAA rules; proven ability to select and recruit highly skilled student athletes at the Division I level preferred; extensive experience in endurance events as either athlete or coach. Available immediately. Karol Kahrs, 333-2875. Closing date: May 3. Chemical Sciences. Media/communications specialist. BA/BS in graphic design; 5 years' experience in the graphic design field; experience in the use of multiple computer platforms and a wide range of computer graphics programs. Available May 13. Stephen G. Sligar, 333-5070. Closing date: April 29. Computing and Communications Services Office. Research programmer. BA/BS or higher with at least 2 years' experience; experience with PC, Mac, Unix and networking required. Available immediately. Joyce McCabe, 333-8794. Closing date: May 15. Counseling Center. Specialist in education, paraprofessional program. MA in psychology, social work, counseling, community health or other related programs. Available July 1. Theresa Rhodes, 333-8360. Closing date: May 3. Counseling Center. Program coordinator, intergroup relations. MS or PhD in education; or MS or PhD in sociology, speech communication or related academic area; or PhD in counseling, clinical, or community psychology or human development; or MS in social work or doctorate in social work. Available July 1. Theresa Rhodes, 333-8360. Closing date: May 16. Crop Sciences. Visiting research specialist in agriculture, corn breeding and pathology. BS in agriculture or related area, experience with field plot design, plot planning, harvesting and pollinations, and data entry and analysis is required. Available May 1. D.A. Lee, 333-9479. Closing date: April 29. Crop Sciences. Senior research specialist in agriculture, weed science. BS in agriculture or related discipline is required, MS desired; experience with principles of weed management, crop production, and with operation of crop production implements required. Available May 1. D.A. Lee, 333-9479. Closing date: April 29. Electrical and Computer Engineering. Research programmer. BS and 2 years' experience; database programming skills include knowledge and experience in the use of Microsoft Access required. Available immediately. M. Tracy, 333-9699. Closing date: April 26. Electrical and Computer Engineering. Computer-assisted instruction specialist. BS and experience in the use of computer application software in publishing and communication. Available immediately. T.N. Trick, 333-4345. Closing date: April 18. Entomology. Research specialist in life sciences. BS in biology, molecular biology or biochemistry and 1 year's experience. Available May 1. Hugh Robertson, 333-0489. Closing date: April 22. ERIC Clearinghouse. Visiting research information specialist. MA in library science, education, child or human development or related field. Available May 21. Dianne Rothenberg, 333-1386. Closing date: April 25. Foundation, UI. Manager of records services. BA/BS with 3-5 years' supervisory experience and 3-5 years' records-management experience required (MLS or CRM certificate preferred). Available July 1. Ronald Hermann, 244-0471. Closing date: May 10. Psychology. Research specialist in behavioral science, (50 percent appointment). MA or BA/BS in relevant field (child development, early childhood education, psychology); experience and skill communicating with young children. Minimum $11,000. Available immediately. Kevin Miller, 333-4724. Closing date: April 22. Public Affairs. Assistant to the associate chancellor for public affairs. BA/BS with 5 years' experience in providing administrative support; or advanced degree with 3 years' experience. Available May 13. Search committee, 333-5010. Closing date: May 1. Rehabilitation Education Services. Coordinator of assistive communication and information technology. MS in engineering, computer science or related field and 3 years' experience in adaptive computer technologies. Available Sept. 21. Nancy Mansfield, 333-4602. Closing date: May 31. Social Work. Training coordinator, Chicago. MA in social work, and at least 10 years' post-MSW practice; 5 years' experience working with children and families; 2 years' experience supervising professional staff; 2 years' experience working with graduate schools of social work. Available immediately. Search committee, 333-2260. Closing date: April 19. Supercomputing Applications, National Center for. Senior research programmer. MA required, PhD preferred; experience in sonification and digital audio synthesis beyond the master's degree may be used in lieu of the PhD, depending on nature and depth of experience; 4 years' digital sound-synthesis experience. Available immedi-ately. Staff Resource Center, search #4976, 244-4117. Closing date: April 29. Staff ------- 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.