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This position is responsible for keeping the campus swimming pools well maintained, disinfected, and free from hazards. Maintains and operates campus water softeners, DI, and RO systems. Works as a member of the Water Quality team on various projects or assignments.
The National Aquatic Monitoring Center (aka the "Bug Lab") is hiring a part time lab technician starting as soon as you are able to. The Bug Lab is a joint partnership between Utah State and the Bureau of Land Management that focuses on the bio-monitoring of freshwater resources throughout the Western U.S. using aquatic macro-invertebrates. We are seeking a detail-oriented student who can work 15-20 hours a week. Your work schedule will be extremely flexible once you are trained. Training usually takes about a week or so, depending on your availability.
Dr. Courtney Flint’s lab at Utah State University is looking for a temporary part-time research assistant to help with English to Spanish translations and Spanish language needs related to the NSF-funded Intermountain West Transformation Network (Grant # 2115169). The project is investigating community wellbeing, food security, and urban-rural connections. The team will be working in the Yakima Basin, Washington, US. To ensure that the project efforts include as many community members, including Spanish-only speakers is integral.
This project would pay $16/hour and would require a variable number of hours each week. Job position would last until Fall 2023.
Utah State University is partnering with Central Utah Water Conservancy District and the Colorado River Authority of Utah to develop an Agriculture Demonstration, Research, and Implementation Program (AG-DRIP). The goal of this program is to work with water users and managers in the Colorado River Basin portion of Utah to improve irrigation management and build agricultural resiliency to drought and water scarcity.
The goal of the program is to develop an implementation program to engage, enable, invest, innovate, validate, and adapt agricultural water optimization practices in the Colorado River Basin.
The objectives of the program are:
- engaging water users and managers to build trust and partnerships for the program,
- enabling water users and managers through onsite evaluations, education materials, and a hands-on education facility to discover and prioritize improvements that achieve their irrigation management goals,
- investing in demonstration projects at individual farms and irrigation companies to learn, improve, innovate, and develop opportunities to reduce consumptive use, and
- validating the success of efforts by helping water users and managers evaluate their data, identify challenges, and make corrections as needed to ensure success and achievement of goals.
The implementation program will be for water users at the farm level and water managers at the irrigation company level. It will initially include seven major tasks aimed at enhancing farm and water company resiliency to drought and to helping prepare for possible curtailment by beginning to measure water use, improving water management, and developing and implementing irrigation management plans. These tasks can and will be adjusted over time.
The program will involve working with a large number of farmers (25 new farms each year) and water managers (5 new irrigation companies each year) to:
- Develop irrigation management plans with water users and managers,
- Demonstrate sensor-based irrigation and water management,
- Evaluate water measurement methods for effective potential water demand programs.
The program coordinator will oversee all research, demonstration, implementation, and outreach components of the AG-DRIP program. The program coordinator may train and direct full-time benefited employees as well as hourly employees, graduate students, and/or volunteers for the Ag-DRIP program.
This position is budgeted for 1 year, but may be longer contingent upon funding.
Opioid and substance misuse among youth continues to be a public health issue and there is currently an unmet need for additional education and outreach efforts to address risk and protective factors in youth and families in Salt Lake County. USU Extension in Salt Lake County is building its capacity to meet these needs by providing tailored workshops and evidence-based programs to students and their parents. Hiring a Prevention Program Coordinator II that works under the direction of Dr. Lisa Schainker will create opportunities for USU Extension to provide leadership and create county-wide impact around this important health issue. This position is funded for three years and may be longer contingent upon funding. Estimated start date is June 15- July 1, 2023.
Incumbents in the Mechanic position perform skilled work to maintain, repair, and sustain the safe and functional status of university, state, and federally owned motor vehicles.
Reporting and Supervisory Responsibilities: incumbents will report to the Motor Pool Manager.
Utah State University (USU) is seeking a dynamic, knowledgeable, and experienced candidate for a faculty position as a Lecturer or Professional Practice Assistant Professor in the Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) program at the USU Eastern Campus in Price, Utah. This position is a non-tenure track, academic-year (nine-month) appointment with the possibility of additional compensation for summer months depending on summer work responsibilities, enrollment, and available funding.
Estimated Start date is August 1, 2023.
The primary role assignment is teaching (95%). Within the teaching role, the successful candidate will serve as the director of the Peace Officer Academy and will provide leadership, vision, and management for the Academy, including training, certification, special projects, and support services. The faculty member will provide direction, oversight, and approval for education and training programs and activities, Academy budgets and expenditures, overall operations, reporting systems, facility and resource development, and administrative actions. This position also represents the Academy and USU in various capacities in local, state, regional, national, and international law enforcement arenas. The additional role assignment is service (5%), and the successful candidate will be expected to provide meaningful service to the department, campus, university, the profession, and the community.
The Department of Technology, Design and Technical Education in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences will provide direct oversight for the faculty position and for the Peace Officer Academy operations as part of the technical education certificate offerings in southeastern Utah. The Peace Officer Academy and the faculty member will maintain connection and coordinate with the Criminal Justice program in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The Criminal Justice program provides stackable degree opportunities for students completing POST programs.
The Department of Technology, Design, and Technical Education (TDTE) at Utah State University (USU) is seeking two (2) full-time, dynamic, knowledgeable, and experienced candidates for two faculty positions as a Lecturer or Professional Practice Assistant Professor, Behind the Wheel – CDL, at the USU Eastern Campus in Price, Utah. This position is a non-tenure track, fiscal-year (twelve-month) appointment.
The role assignment is 95% teaching and 5% service.
Estimated start date is August 1, 2023.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Utah State University invites applications for the position of Lecturer at the Brigham City campus of Utah State University (USU) with a preferred start date of August 1, 2023 (with an option to defer start until January 1, 2024). The position is an academic year (nine-month), non-tenure track appointment with the possibility of summer teaching for additional compensation. Outstanding performance can lead to promotion to Senior Lecturer and subsequently to Principal Lecturer.
The Department has over 45 faculty members, including more than 35 on the Logan campus and 10 on statewide campuses. This position will be based on the Brigham City campus to serve as a university and department ambassador to students in that campus service region (primarily Box Elder, Weber, and Davis Counties).
The Paleontology Technician at the Prehistoric Museum will work with the Curator of Paleontology, Chief Preparator, and Collections Manager on a Bureau of Land Management grant-funded project to prepare, conserve, and house fossils from the museum’s Price River #2 quarry. PR-2 is a prolific site in the Cedar Mountain Formation, from which the holotype of the ankylosaur Peloroplites and an undescribed sauropod dinosaur were excavated. Over 1000 elements have been prepared from the site, with a number of bones still left to be prepared. The primary goal of this grant is to rehouse sauropod and ankylosaur bones from the site in archival storage jackets, and a majority of this internship will be devoted to rehousing previously prepared specimens. The technician will also assist with mechanical preparation of fossils from the quarry.
*One position is available for 10 weeks, 40 hours/week. Flexibility in hours/week and length of the position is available; for example, the technician may spread the work out over 13 weeks for approximately 30 hours/week. Start and end dates are flexible, but this position must be completed by September 30, 2023. Compensation will be $15/hour. Housing is unavailable for the technician this year. This position will be based in Price, Utah.
USU Extension seeks to hire a qualified individual to coordinate the 4-H youth program in Duchesne County. Incumbents in the 4-H Program Coordinator position plan and coordinate the day-to-day fiscal, administrative, and operational activities of the Duchesne County 4-H program. This may include but is not limited to planning day camps, developing educational activities, volunteer recruitment and orientation, traveling with youth to statewide events and general data and fund management for Duchesne County 4-H.
The 4-H Program Coordinator I will report to the Agriculture Extension Faculty position in Duchesne County and the State 4-H Director. This classification may train and direct hourly/student employees and volunteers.
We are seeking a motivated, creative individual to maintain and grow a social media community for the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice. The successful candidate will increase the awareness of the Institute for Disability at USU and its events, network with agencies, and provide information and resources to multiple audiences. They will communicate appropriately about disability issues and will ensure everything they publish is accessible to people with disabilities.
This position requires a thorough knowledge of social media networks, applications and trends. It also requires a solid understanding of analytics to help drive strategy and measure success. The successful candidate will craft and implement multimedia posts to engage audiences online, share information on the Institute’s website, create growth both in quantity and quality of followers, and expand awareness. They will develop hashtags to help promote and identify the Institute’s projects and events.
The specialist should be knowledgeable about industry tools like scheduling services, photo and video editing software, use of stock photos, etc. They should be willing to contact people to clarify information or ask for supporting material. The specialist will be expected to provide quarterly status reports, work independently, and communicate effectively with other members of the team.
Utah State University (USU) in beautiful Logan, UT is looking to hire a Staff Assistant III for the Office of Academic Belonging & Learning Excellence. This position supports the Executive Director of Academic Belonging & Learning Excellence within the Student Achievement Collaborative. This position will work 32 hours per week (80% time), 12 months a year.
As a USU employee you will receive excellent health and dental insurance, long-term and short-term disability insurance, retirement, and tuition reduction benefits. See more at https://www.usu.edu/hr/compensation/calculator.
The Director - GEAR UP (Program Coordinator SR) has primary responsibility for ensuring the success of the USU STARS! GEAR UP project. USU STARS! GEAR UP is a federally funded program designed to help students prepare for and succeed in college. GEAR UP starts working with students in 7th grade, then follows those same students up through their first year out of high school. Schools and community partners have teamed up to provide services to students, parents, and educators to increase academic rigor, knowledge of financial aid, and enrollment and success in higher education. More information on the USU STARS! programs can be found at our website: http://utahstars.usu.edu/. This position is contingent upon funding and a successful background check.
Utah State University Institute for Disabilities Research, Policy & Practice (IDRPP) is seeking a Program Assistant III to join the Technical Assistance for Excellence in Special Education (TAESE) program.
As a member of our team, you will assist with conference and event coordination and implementation, and design and produce graphics for conferences, events, and professional development activities.
For over 40 years, TAESE's mission has been to improve results for infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities by working in partnership with and increasing effectiveness of state and local special education agencies. TAESE is a close-knit team of professionals who are passionate about helping states and districts improve systems; we collaborate, communicate, and work and play well together. If you want to have purpose in your work and have fun doing it, please apply!
Non-exempt positions are eligible for excellent benefits including: 13 paid holidays, earn 12 days of paid vacation leave and 12 days of sick leave per year, 50% tuition reduction for employees and dependents, competitive health benefits packages and a generous contribution into your retirement. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2022- 2023.
The College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is seeking an out-going, service oriented, self-motivated individual ready to be a part of a great team. This position will have career growth opportunities as a Program Assistant II while providing primary support to the CVM Office of Student Services (OSS), students in the CVM program, prospective students, as well as faculty and staff. Facilitate the day-to-day operations of the OSS, to include course planning and scheduling; student support with recruitment, admissions, matriculation, registration, financial aid; as well as plan and implement a wide array of internal and public-facing events. Support the organization and efficiency of the College by aiding functional units such as the Office of Student Services (OSS), the Office of Academic Programs, the Department of Veterinary and Clinical Life Sciences, IT, Outcomes Assessment, Advancement and Development, and others as needed and assigned.
Utah State University (USU) invites nominations and applications for a significant leadership position as Associate Vice President & Chief Campus Administrator of Utah State University Eastern Comprehensive Regional College (USUE). Located in Price, Utah, the Utah State University Eastern is a residential campus within the statewide system of Utah State University. Utah State University is a Carnegie doctoral 'high research' institution, and Utah's land-grant and space-grant University. Founded in 1888, USU is the oldest and largest public residential campus in Utah. The university enrolls approximately 17,000 students at its main campus in Logan, including 2,600 graduate students. Another 11,000 students enroll in USU courses available at 30 statewide locations, international programs, and through online offerings. Utah State University is one of the top twenty land-grant universities in the nation in the receipt of federal research funding, and overall research funding in the last fiscal year exceeded $335 million.
The Associate Vice President of USUE reports directly to the Vice President of Statewide Campuses of Utah State University and is a member of the Statewide Campus Administrative Council. The ideal candidate will possess administrative experience commensurate with the executive responsibilities associated with a free-standing residential campus, including an NJCAA governed athletics program. The selected individual will be capable of supporting innovative and diverse educational delivery methods; be knowledgeable about a wide range of academic disciplines; and be able to build on the strong community support system that exists. The Associate Vice President will be expected to foster new partnerships throughout the region; to appreciate, value, and promote a diverse student and faculty community; and to demonstrate an appreciation for and commitment to the land-grant mission of the University. We are seeking candidates with excellent communication skills and a passion and ability to inspire achievement in others.
The incumbent will provide leadership for staff and students; promote the innovative growth of teaching, research, and supportive infrastructure; enhance and extend university and community collaboration, value the importance of alumni relations and promote advancement and fund-raising. It is imperative that the Associate Vice President have the skills to represent the needs of the regional campus effectively to many constituencies.
The position is available July 1, 2023 or at a time convenient to the selected candidate. Application review will begin mid-June 2023 and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a letter describing their qualifications for the position and a statement regarding their vision of the role and responsibilities for the Associate Vice President of Utah State University Eastern – Price Comprehensive Regional College. A resume/current curriculum vitae and contact information for a minimum of five references should be included.
To apply, go to: https://hr.usu.edu/jobs/
Nominations and inquiries should be sent to:
Search Committee: Associate Vice President of Utah State University-Eastern
Office of the Vice President of Statewide Campuses
5105 Old Main Hill
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-5100
Come join our Early Intervention Team as a Teacher, Early Intervention for the Up to 3 Early Intervention Program where you will make a difference in the lives of children and their families by addressing child behavior concerns through the Pyramid Model!
The Up to 3 Early Intervention Program is part of the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice at Utah State University. We are an in-home pediatric program in northern Utah whose mission is to promote the development of children under the age of 3 who have a disability or a developmental delay through quality, evidence-based therapy services in a nurturing & supportive natural environment. As part of our team, you will have the opportunity to coach parents, facilitate groups, and provide strategies that will help children meet developmental goals. Our preference is for a full-time position but will consider two part-time positions for the appropriate applicant (between 50% - 100% time). This position will be based on the USU-Logan Campus with a workspace at the IDRPP. Exempt positions are eligible for excellent benefits including: 13 paid holidays, earn 22 days of paid vacation leave and 12 days of sick leave per year, 50% tuition reduction for employees and dependents, competitive health benefits packages and a generous contribution into your retirement. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2022-2023
The Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences at Utah State University is seeking applicants for a Research Technician III. This position will assist the management of personnel and operation of the small-animal laboratory animal core within the Institute for Antiviral Research (IAR). The successful candidate will help oversee the daily operations, management, and staffing of animal studies. This person will also ensure the smooth and efficient functioning of the animal facilities and associated laboratories (BSL2, BSL3, and Select Agent) and the safe use of equipment and facilities. The Research Technician III reports to the Director of IAR and IAR Faculty/Principal Investigators (PI)s. The position supervises and trains student technicians and full- and part-time technical staff on animal care and experimentation.
Reporting to the Campus Store Associate Director, the Order Fulfillment (OF) Supervisor (Supervisor I) is responsible for the supervision and operation of the OF department, maintaining a high level of customer service, as well as meeting budget and operation requires set by Campus Store administrators.