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The Registrar's Office at Utah State University is looking for a highly qualified, customer-service oriented person. This person will work with students, faculty, staff, and others to provide expertise and guidance on Registrar's Office and University service, policies, and procedures. This is a full time position.
The position requires the performance of a wide range of administrative support duties at the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter that relate to the operation of the center and its environmental education and conservation programs. Some of the responsibilities will be routine, although the qualified applicant will be able to handle out-of-the-ordinary projects and problems as they arise. Hours will be regular business hours. Some evening/weekend work will be necessary. This is a full time benefited position.
The Staff Assistant must be highly organized, personable, flexible, and team-oriented. They should have excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
Dr. Peter Adler (Utah State University) and Dr. Matt Germino (USGS) seek experienced field ecologists to implement a series of experiments focused on understanding how climate change will affect the trajectory of the cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion in the Intermountain West.
Two positions are available: one stationed in Logan, Utah with Adler’s research group, and the other stationed in Boise, Idaho with Germino’s research group.
These are temporary (two year), full‐time positions. Positions will begin between May and July, 2021.
Dr. Peter Adler (Utah State University) and Dr. Matt Germino (USGS) seek experienced field ecologists to help implement and monitor a series of experiments focused on understanding how climate change will affect the trajectory of the cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion in the Intermountain West.
Two positions are available: one stationed in Logan, Utah with Adler's research group, and the other stationed in Boise, Idaho with Germino's research group. These are seasonal, hourly positions (Minimum $12, commensurate with experience) for the period June-September, 2021.
The review date will be March 1, 2021.
The Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence is a interdisciplinary health center located on USU's campus and is currently seeking a part-time clinic receptionist to support several service lines in the Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence.
In total 19 hours per week. 7 hours must be completed between Tuesdays, from 8am-12pm, and Wednesdays, from 4pm-7pm. Remaining 11 hours can be completed in alternative times throughout the workweek.
Come join our HR Team as a Human Resources Compensation Specialist I to work with the Compensation Specialist II on our Compensation and Classification team. You will serve as a resource to staff throughout the University by interpreting policies and procedures, advising and recommending solutions, and providing guidance to ensure compliance with human resources policies and procedures. You may also collect and analyze data to determine program effectiveness and recommend changes and improvements in policies, procedures and practices.
Our staff are dedicated to a positive customer experience and are empowered to engage employees so they can contribute their strongest personal talents to achieving the mission of the University.
We support and encourage rather than judge, criticize, and critique. We value diversity and have high expectations of performance and values. We believe in maintaining an open-minded approach to problem-solving, conflict management, and decision-making. Our staff members are team players who excel at building trusting relationships with customers and co-workers. We strive for a reputation of integrity. If you desire to work in such an environment and meet the qualifications, we welcome your application!
The Gift Planning Officer (Development Officer III) will identify planned gift prospects and lead qualification and gift aquisition strategies of planned gift prospects to meet individual, unit, and overarching goals. Build relationships with and inspire the confidence of donors and their legal and financial advisors. Meet with stakeholders to think strategically and creatively through the gift planning process helping USU stakeholders and investors reach their philanthropic goals.
This position is highly collaborative with other development colleagues, and works closely with university and foundation leadership. The Gift Planning Director/Officer enhances the performance of other fundraisers by helping them develop planned giving and complex gift competencies, providing feedback and perspective on their fundraising approach/methods, coaching them to realize their optimal performance and objectives, and traveling with gift officers to assist donors in achieving their philanthropic goals. She/he will identify planned giving prospects and aquire gifts to help achieve USU advancement’s goals.
The Director/Officer of Gift Planning is highly collaborative, committed to a culture of excellence, demonstrates advanced fundraising competencies and helps lead USU’s sustained fundraising success and growth. The Gift Planning Director/Officer reports to the Sr. Director of Gift Planning.
This position requires extensive public contact with high-level alumni, donors and volunteers. Frequent travel is required.
We are looking for someone to work full time on a USGS-NDOW funded project examining mountain lion-wild horse interactions in southeastern Nevada. The research assistant will be responsible for data management, ground-truthing predation sites, and maintaining a remote camera array across two sites. Project has potential to be used for an MS program at Utah State University.
HOURS: Flexible, approximately 40 hrs/week
LOCATION: Caliente, Nevada
Ability to carry and lift 40 pounds
In cooperation with the San Juan School District and the Utah Navajo Health Services (UNHS), Utah State University Blanding offer a position as a primary instructor for the CNA programs at Montezuma Creek and Monument Valley. The program will enroll the maximum number of students as regulated by the state accreditation agency -- Utah Nursing Assistant Registry (UNAR) at each location.
Instruction is to be provided two mornings each week at Montezuma Creek HS and another two mornings per week at Monument Valley HS. The UNAR curriculum will be used. This is a temporary, 15-week appointment. UNAR accreditation standards will be followed in the hiring of the primary instructor.
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a County Extension faculty, tenure track position. Extension faculty develop, implement, evaluate, and coordinate research-based educational programs to enhance quality of life for youth and adults. Extension faculty also recruit, train and supervise volunteer leaders and serve as a liaison between local clientele, other resource agencies, and Utah State University administrators, faculty, and programs. This Extension position includes both Wasatch and Summit Counties and university responsibilities. An office will be provided at the USU Extension office in Heber City, county seat of Wasatch County.
Estimated start date is April 1, 2021.
Rank will be commensurate with experience, qualifications, and current rank. Appointment opportunities include Extension Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure track). A master’s degree is required.
The position requires knowledge of horticulture, urban water conservation, and natural resources related to the growing needs and changing demographics of the county. We welcome candidates with diverse interests and experience related to horticulture and natural resources.
The successful candidate will work with Utah State University Biology faculty and graduate students at the Uintah Basin campus in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management Green River District Vernal Field Office (VFO) to conduct field work in the Uintah Basin of Northeastern Utah to monitor raptor nesting success.
The Raptor Crew assesses raptor nesting success throughout the VFO district by visiting known nests, recording evidence of nesting, identifying prey remains near the nest, recording habitat characteristics (including invasive plants), and recording local disturbances. Crew members will also be responsible for collecting genetic samples (fecal material and feathers) using sterile technique. Crew members may have the opportunity to band nestlings for a few days during the season.
Four positions are available and funded for no more than 29 hrs/wk for 13 weeks, May 10th-August 4th. Preference will be given to qualified Utah State University students. Preference will also be given to applicants that can be present during the entire field season, and particularly those that can start on-time. Please indicated whether you can begin on May 10th or not in your application materials. Compensation will be $12.50/hr for crew members. No housing is provided with this position. The duty station for these positions is Vernal, Utah.
Technicians will make field observations of wildlife or vegetation according to protocol, collect data, and enter data. They may also aid the crew lead in preparing a report. They will collaborate with teammates and the crew lead to collect and assemble a high-quality data set in an efficient manner. Fieldwork may require strenuous hiking (up to 15 miles per day off-trail in rough terrain), work in adverse weather conditions, and irregular hours. Work may be conducted in a team setting or independently. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until all positions are filled.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Along with the online application, please attach the following documents combined into a single pdf:
- A cover letter, including a summary of why you are seeking this position
- A current resume
- The names, titles, contact information, and relationship to the applicant for two professional references (not family members or personal references)
- Unofficial transcripts
The Utah Farmers Market Network/USDA FMPP grant team is seeking a Diversity Assistant-Environment and Society to spend 10-15 hours per week working with our coordinator to create a diversity, equity and inclusion initiative with farmers markets in Utah.
The Staff Assistant will work under the direction of the Workforce Education Department Office Manager. They will help manage day-to-day operations of the Workforce Education Department at the USU Eastern campus in Price, Utah following established policies and procedures.
This temporary position (less than 3 months) will assist in collecting social science data for the National Park Service in the Escalante District of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
The Field Research Assistant-temporary research position will work for several weeks in late April through mid-May 2021. Field Research Assistants will spend most of the position duration camping in remote backcountry settings and on days off, will have opportunity to return to Escalante, UT where WiFi access and services are available.
Multiple positions available.
In cooperation with the San Juan School District and the Utah Navajo Health Services (UNHS), Utah State University Blanding offer a position as a part-time, non-benefited clinical instructor for the CNA programs at Montezuma Creek and Monument Valley. The clinical instructor will supervise clinical experiences and supplement instruction, as needed. The program will enroll the maximum number of students as regulated by the state accreditation agency -- Utah Nursing Assistant Registry (UNAR) at each location.
The clinical instructor will support the primary instructor in providing CNA instruction two mornings each week at Montezuma Creek HS and another two mornings per week at Monument Valley HS. The UNAR curriculum and model for clinical experience placement will be followed. This is a temporary, 15-week appointment. UNAR accreditation standards will be followed in the hiring of the clinical assistant.
The purpose of this position is to coordinate the Army Wounded Warrior Youth Camp in partnership with youth camp leaders and community volunteers. The camp is scheduled for July 19 through July 23, 2021. The Camp Coordinator will work to recruit youth leaders, camp participants, and adult volunteers. This person will provide training to the youth leaders and the adult volunteers as well as coordinate all the camp logistics including camp workshop lessons, activities, and travel.
The Coordinator will start in early February and will work 29 hours per week. The week of the camp will be 40 hours. This is a grant funded position that lasts through August of 2021.
The Army 4-H STEM Club Program is located at the Dugway Proving Grounds. The coordinator does not need to live on base. There are three primary purposes for the program:
- To empower CYS staff and volunteers in delivering experience-based STEM programming to military youth
- To create a stronger collaboration between Dugway and local and state 4-H STEM programming
- To provide military youth with engaging STEM experiences that will encourage STEM interest and involvement in the future
The program coordinator will oversee the day-to-day running of the program and assist with training Dugway Proving Ground Child and Youth Services staff and youth interns. Additionally, the coordinator will purchase supplies, recruit youth interns, and provide programmatic support as needed to implement STEM clubs.
This is a part-time (20 hours/week) grant funded position from February through August 2021.
This full-time, one-year AmeriCorps VISTA service position is hosted by the Public and School Partnership (PSP) and is based at Green Canyon High School in North Logan, UT. VISTA Members are placed in local schools to help improve and implement programs that support student academic success and attendance, college and career readiness, parent engagement, student experience, and intervention strategies. Additionally, at Green Canyon High School, the VISTA will help develop and pilot career development lessons. *Internship credit may be negotiated for university students (negotiated between student and university).
AmeriCorps VISTA is a National Service program. All AmeriCorps VISTA positions are full-time for one year, as mandated by the Corporation for National and Community service. Successful completion of a one-year service term qualifies all VISTA members for either an education award of $6345 or a cash stipend of $1800 (direct deposit). The pay, a living stipend, is $1102 per month.
The anticipated start date for this position is March 15, 2021, but is not limited to this start date.
- $1102/month living stipend
- Mileage reimbursement for work-related travel
- Paid personal and medical leave
- Upon completion of one-year service term, choice of Education Award for loans or tuition ($6345) OR Cash Award ($1800)
- Paid professional development opportunities
- Internship credit can be negotiated for university students (must be negotiated by the student directly with the university)
*AmeriCorps VISTA members, despite full-time work hours, are considered National Service volunteers, and sponsoring organizations are not required to provide health care due to the voluntary nature of the national service program.
The purpose of this position is to coordinate the Air Force Summer Camp Program in partnership with youth interns and community volunteers. The main piece of the program is Take FLIGHT Camp which is a day-camp that is provided over 4 days from July 6th through the 9th, 2021. Take FLIGHT Camp will be filled with interactive experiences for youth to have Fun with science and technology. Youth will learn and experience Leadership and understand the importance of being connected to and caring for I (self) and We (others). Activities and games will help youth Grow resilience, develop a Healthy mind and body, and discover that Tomorrow is "built by me".
Hours vary between generally between 5 and 10 hours/week depending on the week's workload. The week of the camp will be 40 hours.
This is a grant funded position that lasts from April 5 through August 13 of 2020.
- April 5 – April 30 (4 weeks) @ 5 hrs./wk.
- May 3 – July 2 (9 weeks) @ 10 hrs./wk.
- July 6 – July 9 (1 week) @40 hrs./wk.
- July 12 – August 13 (5 weeks) @5 hrs./wk.
Incumbents in the Staff Assistant position perform a variety of administrative support and/or secretarial duties for a specified department or program. This is a temporary 1 year assignment.