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Entry-level Assistant Professor (Communication Studies). This is a tenure-track teaching position.
Performs testing and sampling of various portions of the campus-wide water distribution system. Maintains an adequate, safe, and continuous water service that can be utilized as efficiently and effectively as possible, with a minimum of inconvenience to the University community. Tests backflow prevention devices and follows relevant codes to ensure cross connection control implementation. Ensures water quality standards of the water distribution system as well as campus swimming pools are met. Maintains and operates campus water softeners, DI, and RO systems. Works as a member of a team on various projects or assignments.
The primary duty of this position is to support the Institute for Disability Research, Policy and Practice - Research and Training Division to develop and conduct training for disability adult service providers. This position reports to the Research and Training Division Director and has no supervisory responsibilities. This position is telework eligible in the state of Utah.
We seek a Program Assistant Sr to join the Ecology Center and provide support for the university-wide interdisciplinary Climate Adaptation Science (CAS) specialization.
The Program Assistant Sr will assist primarily in coordination of the educational, research, engagement, and administrative activities of the CAS program, which includes faculty and students from 5 colleges (Science, Natural Resources, Agricultural and Applied Sciences, Engineering, and Humanities and Social Sciences). The program enrolls MS and PhD students and features internships with government agencies, industry, and NGOs, meetings to foster exchange among scientists, policymakers, managers and other stakeholders and rightsholders, and collaborative team science.
We seek a proactive and detail-oriented person with education in a field related to climate adaptation science (e.g., geography, climate science, ecology, environmental social science, water science, or other social, physical, or natural science) and some work experience, sensitivity to the situation of graduate students, and excellent organizational, teamwork, and communication skills.
The position is 0.5 FTE (20 hours per week) and is eligible to go up to full-time (40 hours per week) based upon grant funding. More information is available on the CAS program website: https://www.usu.edu/climate-adaptation/
An NSF-funded postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Robert Schaeffer (Department of Biology, Utah State University). Field work in support of the project will be conducted at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (Gothic, Colorado) in collaboration with Dr. Rebecca Irwin (Department of Applied Ecology, North Carolina State University).
This project will explore if and how microbes affect cooperation vs. conflict in species interactions using animal pollination of plants and the microbes that reside in floral nectar as a model system. The project will use a combination of field experiments and controlled behavioral observations among a community of wildflowers, floral visitors, and their microbes in the Rocky Mountains. The main goals are to characterize (1) drivers of nectar microbial community structure; (2) how nectar microbes influence floral phenotypes and behaviors displayed by floral visitors; and (3) how microbes and visitor behaviors affect plant reproduction.
The anticipated start date for this position is 4/1/23; however, the official start is negotiable.
The Campus Lab and Simulation Coordinator (Program Coordinator) collaborates with the Program Director, Campus Clinical Coordinator, Nursing Department Sim, Lab, and Clinical Coordinator, faculty, and staff to identify, develop and implement clinical skills and simulation-based activities. The Coordinator will plan, implement, and evaluate skills and simulation-based learning experiences. This position encompasses high-fidelity, high-technology, and procedural skills simulations.
This position offers opportunity for growth and career development and may be filled by a Program Coordinator I or Program Coordinator II depending on the knowledge and experience of the applicant. Refer to the “Qualifications” section below for specific details. Applicants hired at the Program Coordinator II level must possess higher-level skills and abilities, and will be expected to complete tasks requiring a greater level of scope and complexity, as determined necessary by the hiring committee.
The Business Manager will provide financial and human resources direction to various areas of Facilities and assists in business operations of the Facilities department. Incumbents will oversee and assist in such financial activities as budget preparation and control, accounts receivable, journal entries, and various reconciliation processes. Incumbent will also assist department managers in human resources administration.
The Utah Assistive Technology Program seeks a motivated part-time temporary employee to assist in spreading the word about rent relief in Salt Lake County. It is anticipated that this work will last until December 2022.
The part-time Event Operations positions work under the direction of the Assistant Director of Venues. The successful candidate will use discretion and independent judgment in the performance of venue and event related activities completing assigned duties in a timely manner and in accordance with the division's standards. The work hours for this position are flexible and will require some night, weekend, and holiday hours as needed.
4-H Mentoring is a program that serves youth between the ages of 9-15 that have been identified as individuals who could benefit from one-on-one mentoring services. The program works primarily with at-risk youth who often come from low-income households. The program offers mentoring, weekly clubs, and monthly family events for program participants. This position will support overall program operations and the site coordinators who operate the program.
The position requires travel to our Orem office, local schools, 4-H events in Utah County, and the homes of 4-H members in the Provo area. A reliable form of transportation is necessary. The hours for this position are flexible. It will be approximately 15 hours a week. This position is telework eligible within the state of Utah.
Eastern Mail and Motor Pool is located on the Utah State University, Eastern campus in Price Utah and offers mail, motor pool, and surplus services to the campus community. We are currently looking for a part-time motor pool attendant to help clean and service our vehicles. This position is 20 hours a week and work hours are negotiable.
Student Financial Support 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 Student Services Coordinator serves a critical role in guiding students and families through the federal aid application and payment processes, auditing and completing student files for application review, and analyzing reports and accounts to maintain university compliance with federal regulations.
- Full-time, in-person position at the Logan Campus. This is not a tele-work position.
- Audit and finalize student files for application review.
- Analyze reports and monitor accounts to maintain university compliance with federal regulations.
- Guide students and families through the federal aid application and payment processes.
The Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education department invites applications for a part-time ASL Lab Assistant.
On-Campus ACA Variable Hours.
US Work Authorization required.
Student Financial Support 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 Programmer/Analyst I serves a critical role in data researching, data mining, report writing and serving as a strong collaborator with internal and external partners in order to regularly evaluate and improve accuracy, processes, and student success. The successful candidate will have technology and organizational skills, as well as the ability to prioritize competing needs and effectively manage change and unanticipated challenges.
The Utah State University (USU) Extension Create Better Health (SNAP-ED) program is a comprehensive program that helps low-income individuals and families by providing direct education on basic nutrition, cooking skills and physical activity to youth and adults both online and face-to-face (as situations allow); collaborates with community partners to improve healthy food access and physical activity opportunities within communities (PSE work); provides outreach and education through social media platforms; works as an influencer on social media platforms.
USU Extension Create Better Health program State Office is seeking a qualified individual to work full-time providing complementary elements of the program (mentioned above). Reporting program progress and impacts is an essential part of this work. Familiarity with SNAP procedures and local community food distribution sites is desirable.
Successful applicants will be required to recruit agencies they partner with, recruit clients they teach, and follow federal guidelines. SNAP-Ed is a grant funded program and adherence to policies, protocols and procedures are essential.
- Continuation of employment is based upon need, performance, and available funding (funding is grant funded).
- Work under County Extension supervisors.
- Must follow Create Better Health (SNAP-Ed) policies and procedures.
- Must be able to speak, teach classes and report in English and Spanish
The Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence (SCCE) is seeking a Compliance Assistant to support the privacy and security needs of the center. The Compliance assistant will provide support in adhering to relevant privacy and security regulations in healthcare including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). The individual reports to the SCCE Compliance Officer.
Hours: 20 hours per week between 8am-5pm Monday-Friday.
Wage: $14.50-$16.50 Per hour
Tutor positions are open to currently enrolled students and community members who would like to serve in a tutoring capacity while positively representing the institution. A tutor will provide individual and small group tutoring to students in a walk-in tutoring center. A tutor will help students who enroll in mathematics or life and physical science courses to understand the course material and learning objectives. A tutor will assist them in concept development, problem solving, and study skills. A tutor should have the essential characteristics of professionalism, skill-sets in subject area, and ability to devote adequate time to the position.
As our qualified instructors move into other industry segments, we need more top-tier CFI's to join our mission in developing the industry's safest and most capable new pilots. Applicants must be driven individuals that are dedicated to providing the highest level of ground and flight training, while working to improve Utah State University aviation program.
Perform a wide variety of warehouse duties in order to maintain a clean, organized, and efficient inventory management area for USU Housing.
Part-time on campus job with extremely flexible schedule, free food and awesome coworkers! Perfect for students or anyone looking to supplement their income in their spare time. Join USU Eastern Dining and Event Services!
- Starting pay begins at $9.00 an hour and is commensurate with experience.
- Performance-based raises will be given upon evaluation