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The ASPIRE NSF Engineering Research Center (ERC) at Utah State University (USU) has an immediate opening for an Embedded Systems Engineer. This individual is responsible for software development to control and manage systems for applications that support the electric vehicle infrastructure industry. These systems may include: in-ground static and dynamic wireless charging applications, microgrid control and smart devices, battery packs and power inverters, light and heavy-duty vehicle charging integrations, and DC fast charge stations. The Embedded Systems Engineer will be involved in exciting new technology and deployments both at the USU research lab and at demonstration partner sites.
We are seeking a motivated individual who is passionate about social media to join our marketing team as a Marketing Assistant – specializing in social media. In this role, the assistant will help develop and execute relevant social media campaigns and create shareable content and deliverables to support greater brand awareness and engagement. The assistant needs to understand the social media sphere, both the big-name platforms and developing niches, to be able to craft captivating, interesting, and timely content to effect viral engagement. The position is on campus, works 10-20 hours a week and ACA variable. Social Media, Photography, Videography
Incumbents in the Landscaper series install, repair, and maintain the landscaping and grounds on the USU Eastern campus, including snow removal.
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a part-time USU Extension and USU 4-H Youth Programs program assistant position to help USU Extension Faculty organize and conduct two or more Mustang Camps the summer of 2022. Work space will be provided at the Utah 4-H State Office on campus in Logan, Utah, and some work may be done remotely.
We welcome candidates with knowledge in one or more agriculture, animal science, and/or 4-H youth program areas. We are especially interested in candidates that are organized, creative, and well versed in marketing and content creation.
The estimated start date for this position is flexible with an approximate start date of January 3, 2022. The position will end upon the completion of the funding grant in September of 2022. Hours are flexible to work with class schedules.
More information about Utah State University Extension and 4-H Programs can be found here: https://extension.usu.edu/utah4h/who-we-are
More information about Mustang Camps can be found here: https://extension.usu.edu/utah4h/events/mustang-camp
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The Team Leader Facilities II works under the direction of a Facilities Area Coordinator to oversee a portion of the unit area and to clean/maintain building areas on the University campus to maximize a healthy, safe, pleasant and functional environment. The successful applicant will lead the work of a team under general supervision, or work independently to complete tasks.
Computer Support Specialists (Computer Technician Lead) will support the daily technical performance for customers across USU's main campus and sites located throughout the state of Utah. Provide technical support to customers via telephone, email, in-person and other electronic means. Consult with customers to determine hardware, software or other functional computer specifications to meet the customers technology needs, including desktop, laptop, printers, handhelds, and software. Maintain accurate documentation of support requests and actions taken to ensure timely and accurate issue resolution.
To comply with PCI Data Security Standards and regulations, this position is contingent upon the successful completion of a credit and background check.
Yurt Host is a student/hourly position designed to help facilitate the usage of the Blind Hollow Backcountry Ski Yurt. The position will mainly focus on customer service, trail breaking and yurt upkeep. This position is very physically demanding. This is not a guide position. While we provide advice hosts will not be guiding groups.
The Museum Technician will provide ongoing care and documentation to a collection of artifacts, specimens, and/or artwork for a specified University museum, gallery, or library in accordance with relevant state and federal laws and regulations and University policies and procedures.
Under general supervision of the Executive Director for the USU Museum of Anthropology, the incumbent will serve as a NAGPRA & Cultural Policy Museum Assistant charged with supporting all operational-level aspects of the Museum’s Repatriation and Cultural Policy functions and reporting. The incumbent will perform analytical studies on a variety of policies, projects, programs and issues in support of the Museum’s Repatriation obligations, set forth by the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) of 1990, and in line with the Museum’s strategic mission. The incumbent will assist in the development of a Native American Advisory Council. The incumbent will also support research of new, pending, and changing systems, programs, and guidelines related to relevant Federal regulations, international legal instruments, and codes of professional practice, as well as the Museum’s own Cultural Policy issues including—but not limited to—international restitution, research access, loans, acquisitions, and traditional care.
The incumbent will assist the MOA in drafting outside correspondence and preparing for consultation on all issues of Repatriation and Cultural Policy, to communicate Museum activities in these areas to and from Campus and USU executives, advisory committees, faculty, managers, staff, and students, as well as tribal members, tribal governments, lineal descendants, government officials, and the general public. The incumbent will assist the MOA in policy and program planning, development and administration, and in interpreting, monitoring and analyzing information regarding policies and procedures, and providing consultative services regarding general management to department administrators. The incumbent will also prepare indices of available literature relating to collections for use by students and other researchers, performs routine maintenance such as accessioning, filing, loans, exchange and data management, and answers requests for identification and information from other institutions, descendant communities, scientists, and other stakeholders. Additionally, the incumbent will also respond to requests for reproduction and/or in-person and virtual use of media collections in collaboration with Collections and Registration staff.
This person will perform diverse activities, including curatorial activities, in support of museum operations. Assist MOA in using advanced operational concepts and campus objectives to resolve highly complex issues related to Repatriation and matters of Cultural Policy. Regularly assists on issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. The Museum Technician does not have the decision-making authority of a Curator.
The USU’s Restoration Consortium is a centralized hub for research, education and outreach related to ecosystem restoration at USU. The restoration.usu.edu‘hub’ houses information on restoration courses, certification programs, publicly available resources, events and activities, and opportunities for education, research, internships, and employment in restoration related fields. The Restoration Consortium serves as an important point of contact with external restoration partners and stakeholders and offers courses that are open to enrolled USU students as well as non-matriculated professionals and non-USU students wishing to learn more about ecosystem restoration.
The Restoration Consortium Director (Program Coordinator II) will be responsible for the day-to-day operational, educational, and marketing tasks that will directly support, enhance, and draw attention to Utah State University’s growing restoration program. The responsibilities of the Director are expected to evolve over time as the program develops, but initial responsibilities include developing and coordinating the curriculum, developing collaborative relationships with industry professionals, ensuring that learning objectives are consistent with workforce development needs, facilitating workshops and short-courses and attracting positive public attention to the program. This position is a three-quarter-time position and the successful candidate could have the opportunity to work full-time via external grants, restoration projects, teaching short-courses or workshops.
USU Blanding is accepting applications for candidates, including peer tutoring candidates, to tutor in academic subjects such as English, math, statistics, science (esp. biology and chemistry), and test preparation. These are part-time positions, on an as-needed basis. Two positions are available for Spring semester 2022.
Coordinate after school club programming at one of four sites in Juab County including: Red Cliffs Elementary School, Mona Elementary School, Nebo View Elementary School & Juab Innovation Center, and Eureka Elementary School.
The Department of History at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for a Temporary Assistant Professor of US History, with specialization in the history of psychology and/or sexuality. This is an academic-year, one-year term appointment, renewable for up to three years, at USU’s main campus in Logan. The faculty member will be responsible for teaching six courses per year, in both online and face-to-face delivery formats. Courses will include both graduate and undergraduate courses in the history of psychology, an undergraduate course in the history of sexuality, and a large-enrollment survey of American History. These courses will be cross-listed with the Department of Psychology and the Center for Intersectional Gender Studies, who are contributing to the funding of this position. The successful applicant may expect an annual salary of $42,500 plus benefits as well as the opportunity to apply for departmental funds to present at a professional conference. The anticipated start date of the position is August 2022.
The Department of Psychology at Utah State University seeks candidates for a full-time, term-faculty, lecturer position to support the teaching mission of the Master of Education program in School Counselor Education. This position will be focused on teaching within this graduate level program only. Applicants with teaching experience in higher education and using different instruction modalities (online, face-to-face, asynchronous) are desired, but all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. The preferred candidate will fulfill the following experiences: serving those with mental health concerns; serving individuals within the K-12 school setting; and/or serving individuals with physical, cognitive, and intellectual disabilities with co-occurring mental health concerns.
Located on the main campus in Logan, Utah, this is a 1 FTE, nine-month academic year position. Review of applications will begin December 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 1, 2022.
If you have questions about the position please contact the search committee chair, Dr. Jessica Koltz (435-797-1250; Jessica.Koltz@usu.edu).
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The School Counselor Education Program, located in Utah State University’s Psychology Department, offers a nationally accredited M.Ed. program of study in Psychology, under AAQEP accreditation which qualifies graduates for professional licensure in School Counseling. The program is specifically designed to train individuals for school counseling positions in K-12 public and private schools in elementary, middle, and high school settings. Graduates of the program also find placement in academic advisement centers located in public and private colleges and universities. Current availability of school counseling positions in Utah and the US are high and the need for mental health professionals within school settings is critical at this time. Training in the design and implementation of school-based counseling and comprehensive guidance programs is a priority. Specific coursework is formulated to train students in a broad range of skills including career development and college and career readiness; behavior and educational assessment and intervention; ethical, legal and professional standards; individual and group counseling for diverse populations; and consultation in the schools. Current enrollment in the M.Ed. program is 174 students, located across the state of Utah. Instruction is delivered via a broadcast format utilizing technology interface and via face-to-face format.
4-H Afterschool Site Coordinator - Elementary, Iron County. This position will be responsible for supporting young adults to mentor youth in grades 4-5 who are participating in the 4-H YFP after school program.
Utah State University's ASPIRE ERC is a leading research center to advance the development of the electric vehicle infrastructure industry. ASPIRE has an immediate opening for a Lead Engineer (Research Engineer Principal) for wireless charging applications. The successful candidate for this position will be central to applications development and will provide advanced engineering support and leadership on major research projects. This position will be responsible for laying out timelines for wireless charging applications, working with center leadership to identify standards and design recommendations for new technology, and will manage installation efforts at multiple program sites. The Lead Engineer will also be responsible for guiding our skilled engineering team to accomplish project directives and meet schedule and budget constraints.
The primary responsibility of the Youth Program Coordinator is to support the Extension Youth Program efforts in three areas: volunteer recruitment and training, youth participant recruitment/retention, and seeking donations (financial and in kind). Extension’s signature youth program is the 4-H Club, additional programs include but are not limited to: educator training, school enrichment, camps and teen leadership. This position will work closely with teen and adult volunteers/mentors, provide volunteer training and oversight, and build the overall capacity to meet community needs and statewide priorities. This is a full-time position with full benefits in Davis County, UT. USU Extension Youth Programs focus on the areas of: STEM, Agriculture, Healthy Living, Civic Engagement and Communicative/Expressive Arts.
The Recruiter II serves as the lead for USU Uintah Basin’s recruiting efforts. The successful candidate will coordinate with the campus administration, student services team and the Statewide System to develop a strong vision and strategic plan that achieves enrollment goals for USU’s campuses in the Uintah Basin.
Assists in and learns about, or performs general work in the efficient maintenance, repair, and installation of campus heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and equipment. Accomplishes this by applying skills in conjunction with technical knowledge and following instructions and established guidelines. Works as a member of a team under supervision, as needed, on projects or assignments and continually seeks opportunities for education.
If the applicant qualifies as an Apprentice, the applicant will be enrolled into DOL approved apprenticeship program and must be willing to complete the classroom trainings and on the job trainings required to complete the apprenticeship program.
The Financial Aid Office at Utah State University is committed to removing financial barriers to higher education through exceptional student experience. We empower students to afford college through our student advocacy, outstanding service, and strong engagement in professional and career development. Within this context, the Financial Aid Operations Coordinator (Supervisor I) will assist the Associate Director by directing and advancing the efforts, solutions, and innovations of the operations team.
Facilities Service Representatives clean and maintain building areas on the University campus to maximize a healthy, safe, pleasant and functional environment. The successful candidate(s) will work as a member of a team, under supervision, to complete tasks. Multiple positions and shifts available!
- Half Tuition for employees and Dependents
- 14.2% Retirement Contribution
- 12 Paid Holidays
- 12 days of accrued Sick Leave
- 12 days of accrued Vacation Leave
- And more