CAS Job Opening: Accounting and Grant Assistant
The Center for Asian Studies encourages applications for an Accounting and Grant Assistant. This position will facilitate the accounting and financial management of University and grant-funded projects for the Center for Asian Studies (CAS) and Teaching East Asia (TEA). The Assistant takes a major role in communicating with CU’s Office of Contracts and Grants, Sponsored Project Accounting, the International Tax Consultant, Procurement Service Center, CU Risk Management, CU Foundation, and various funders, to ensure grant compliance. This position also works with Principal Investigators to coordinate monthly financial reconciliation of expenditures and annual budgets on existing accounts and grants and to prepare annual financial reports to funders. Additionally, the Assistant will serve as the primary liaison for various HR tasks and responsibilities.
CAS Job Opening: Climate and Society in Asia Instructor
The Center for Asian Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a non-tenure track part-time teaching faculty position in Asian Studies. As part of a new curricular partnership with the College of Engineering, we seek an Asianist to develop and teach new interdisciplinary undergraduate classes on climate and society in Asia, and help build a broader Asian Studies curriculum around this topic. The successful candidate will have expertise in both climate science and Asian area studies.
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