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Incumbents in the Data Analyst series collect, evaluate, and prepare research and/or other complex statistical data. Incumbents prepare statistical and narrative reports and recommendations, and participate in the analysis and interpretation of data as appropriate. Incumbents develop, maintain, and ensure quality control of databases and may assist in the development and implementation of measurement systems.
The Data Manager/Analyst provides critical support to the Associate Vice President, directors, managers, and faculty at Utah State University Eastern, Price (USUE Price). The primary purpose of this position is to advance the delivery of meaningful data analytics in support of the goals of USUE Price and Regional Campuses. This position is responsible for effective gathering, analysis, and reporting of data so that actionable insights can be identified and implemented.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
It is imperative that the Manager have excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to act with tact and discretion. Additionally, the Manager must be able to communicate with people from various backgrounds and cultures. It is important that the Manager be energetic, dynamic, motivated, responsible, a leader, and a problem solver. The Manager should also be autonomous, hardworking, well organized, and take initiative without direct supervision. The Manager must be able to brainstorm and collaborate well with administrators, faculty, and other colleagues across multiple campuses. The Manager must complete assignments and balancing multiple tasks at one time, without direct supervision. It is also important that the Manager be comfortable with ongoing assessment and change.
The head women’s volleyball coach is responsible for the overall development and advancement of a competitive athletic program, in consultation with the Director of Athletics, demonstrating high moral and ethical behavior and good sportsmanship. The head coach must operate within budget to meet team needs and enforce rules pertaining to the university, student conduct, and governing rules and regulations.
The Department of Environment and Society seeks an experienced and highly professional staff assistant to work in a team-based environment. This individual will assist the department head with administrative tasks, support daily office operations, and work directly with faculty and other staff. The position requires excellent interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to balance multiple projects and deadlines, and the desire and capacity to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a productive team. Hours are M-F, 8 am to 5 pm.
This position is responsible for planning, organizing and coordinating conferences and events. Specific responsibilities include: planning logistics for meeting space, audiovisual equipment, food functions, parking and other services as needed; developing and managing conference registration systems and conference abstract systems; creating budgets and final financial statements; managing and tracking conference revenue and expenses; coordinating conference marketing and evaluations; working with clients and building/maintaining client relationships.
Conferences may be held both on the USU Logan campus as well as various off-campus locations with an average of 10 trips per year ranging from 2 to 8 days. During conferences working more than 40 hours per week may be required as well as working occasional nights and weekends. May supervise one part-time staff member and perform other duties as assigned. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Event Services.
The Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University seeks qualified candidates for the position of Head of the Department of Theatre Arts with a start date of July 1, 2020. We particularly invite candidates who combine several important characteristics:
- Demonstrated capabilities for consultative leadership, strategic management, and administration at the university level.
- An ability to build consensus among faculty and staff.
- An ability to function as an effective advocate for the department, faculty, staff, and students to the university administration and as an ambassador of the theatre arts to the wider community.
- The ability to lead the faculty in the design, delivery, and assessment of curriculum, including the ability to lead the department’s response to trends in the profession.
- Experience working in professional theatre and/or a strong record of theatre scholarship.
- Demonstrated record of fundraising success.
- The ability to administer a department budget.
- Strong listening, spoken, and written communication skills.
- Commitment to diversity.
- The ability to teach in one of the programs of the department.
Housed in the Caine College of the Arts at USU, the Department of Theatre Arts has a long history of well-established and highly regarded programs. The new department head can expect to play a key role in positioning the department and the college among the major arts institutions in the nation. The department offers BA, BFA, and MFA degrees. The new department head will join a vital local and extended arts community, which includes the university-owned Lyric Repertory Company, a professional summer theatre. Located in Cache Valley, beautifully nestled in the mountains of northern Utah, the university sits adjacent to the Cache National Forest. The valley is a prime destination for outdoor recreation including skiing, hiking, biking, and camping.
Applications are now being accepted for a 12-month term (until 450 hours filled, approximately 8.5 hours/week) AmeriCorps position with the Utah State University (USU) Permaculture Initiative, coordinated by USU Extension Sustainability. The AmeriCorps Permaculture Initiative Assistant will work with a variety of audiences primarily via education and outreach. Permaculture is a design framework guided by ethics and principles, mimicking the diversity, functionality and resilience of natural ecosystems.
Compensation includes a bi-monthly stipend of approximately $144 (for a total of $3,455 for the 12-month period), and an education stipend of $1612.43 upon successful completion of the 450 hour commitment. Student Loan Forbearance & Payment of Interest Accrued during the position term. Permaculture training included in/near Moab.
Schedule-Position is Monday through Friday with some weekend and evening work required. Begins January 2020.
Utah State University seeks a proactive, forward thinking, and thoughtful coordinator to serve under and assist the Director of Emergency Management in University wide emergency management and preparedness. Under the leadership of the Director of Emergency Management and Planning will assist with: develop plans for the response to and preparedness for incidents and events at the University, USU Eastern, USU Blanding and its Regional Campuses (occasional travel to these campuses will be required); develop, organize, and administer the University Emergency Response Plan; review, coordinate, and update information requirements contained in the University Emergency Response Plan; coordinate with University safety and risk management functions for programs, interventions, and operations specified within the University Emergency Response Plan.
The Program Coordinator will work with the Utah Regional Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (URLEND), a federally funded training program for health care and related professionals. The URLEND Program Coordinator will oversee the day-to-day activities with the URLEND program, including coordinating with faculty, staff, and trainees across URLEND partner states.
The URLEND program is focused on increasing the capacity of professionals in health care and related disciplines who will provide family-centered, culturally-competent interdisciplinary care to youth with disabilities and their families. URLEND is funded through a grant from Maternal and Child Health Bureau to the University of Utah with a subcontract to USU. Faculty and trainees from five states (Utah, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and North Dakota) participate in the URLEND program. Each year approximately 35 URLEND trainees participate in the program. The URLEND program faculty include approximately 20 professionals across the partner states. URLEND is overseen by two Co-Directors – one at the University of Utah and the other at USU.
The Nursing Department currently has a full time opening for an Academic Advisor – Senior for the 100% online RN to BSN completion program.
The chosen candidate will advise students in matters such as pre-registration, general education, major requirements, and articulation of transfer credit. The position will also help build a positive culture around the nursing programs, including engagement through student activities and opportunities. The position will be a critical part of the department providing input into both student and program needs. The advisor can expect to spend 80% of their time advising students, 10% student recruitment activities and events, 5% providing input to and involvement in departmental decisions, and 5% consulting and communicating with the Logan BSN and Statewide campus advisors. There may be an estimated 100-150 Associate Degree-prepared nursing students to advise. Communication with many these students may require video conferencing and/or phone calling rather than face-to-face, as students from throughout Utah will apply to the program. This position will be located on the Logan campus.
The Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department at Utah State University seeks applicants for a full-time academic-year Professional Practice Assistant Professor (non-tenure track). The primary responsibilities are developing and teaching application-based and introductory courses in mechanical engineering. Duties include instruction and curriculum development in materials science, instrumentation, manufacturing, or introduction to mechanical engineering courses as assigned by the department head. In addition, the successful candidate will mentor student capstone design teams that have projects matching the candidate’s area(s) of expertise in designing, testing and building projects. Active participation in additional undergraduate curriculum development, as assigned, is also expected. The position requires an M.S. or Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering or a closely related field, and a broad range of knowledge in mechanical engineering topics. Industrial and/or research laboratory experience is highly desirable. This position has an anticipated start date of August 1, 2020.
WebAIM seeks to make the web more accessible to people with disabilities. WebAIM is a proud component of the USU Center for Persons with Disabilities. One of our most popular services is website accessibility evaluation. As a web accessibility specialist, you will inspect client web pages (aided by our WAVE evaluation tool), document the accessibility barriers you find, explain their impact on users, and recommend strategies for remediation. Our team doesn’t actually fix our clients’ sites; instead, our goal is to educate and empower our clients to build more inclusive websites themselves.
This position will assist in collecting data for the USDA National Forest Service's National Visitor Use Monitoring Program.
USU is currently hiring a simulation and skills lab assistant to assist in providing instruction to USU nursing students. The position is located at the Logan campus. This is a non-benefited, ACA Variable position.
The University Honors Program requires an experienced and highly professional program assistant to work with students, faculty, and staff in a team-based environment. The program assistant provides both broad programmatic support and primary administrative assistance for the director, including professional writing and communication, calendar and meeting coordination, event planning, database and records management, and maintenance of the Honors Program’s web and marketing presence. This individual must skillfully balance careful attention to daily operational details with sustained engagement in long-term strategic initiatives, with the expectation of excellence in both areas. The position requires excellent interpersonal, communication, and professional writing skills, web and some marketing and/or basic design skills, the ability to balance multiple projects and deadlines, and the desire and capacity to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a productive team.
Incumbents in the Event Tech series assist with the audiovisual needs in event spaces in multiple buildings including the Taggart Student Center, Eccles Conference Center, University Inn (5th Floor), David B. Haight Center, West Stadium Center, Spectrum, and other indoor and outdoor spaces for University and public events including the setup, operation, and striking of audiovisual and other technical event related equipment. In addition, incumbents in this series provide advisement and technical support. Incumbents work as a member of a team to complete tasks.
The Event Tech Representative reports to and receives direction from the Event Tech Supervisor who reports to the Director. The Event Tech Representative may train and guide hourly employees.
This highly detailed, customer service oriented, individual is assigned to coordinate exam accommodations across all USU courses; to assist with the creation of accessible course materials; to assist with note taking accommodations; to provide support for front office reception; and to participate in the supervision of student staff. The coordinator interacts daily with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that the university meets its legal obligation to provide students with accommodations. The legally required accommodations coordinated by this position are complex, highly time sensitive, and must be effectively provided with the utmost professionalism and confidentiality. A qualified candidate must demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to manage a complex process with attention to detail, computer proficiency, and an ability to work independently and as part of a professional team.
The School of Accountancy in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University invites applications for a nine-month, non-tenure-track faculty position at the Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, or Principle Lecturer rank in the specialization of Taxation to begin in Fall 2020. The 9-month faculty position salary is competitive and based on the candidate's qualifications and experience. An excellent benefits package includes TIAA/CREF retirement programs, life, medical, dental, and disability insurance.
The primary responsibility of the Volunteer Coordinator is to support the Extension Programs in three areas: volunteer recruitment and training, participant recruitment/retention and supporting important partnerships with the USU Botanical Center. This position will focus on supporting full time Extension staff in educator training, community involvement, camps, field trips, and teen leadership. This position will work closely with teen and adult volunteers/mentors and help design and provide volunteer training. USU Extension Programs focus on the areas of: STEM, Healthy Living, Civic Engagement and Water Quality. Typical work hours will include some evenings and weekends.
Postdoctoral Fellow at Utah State University: Microbial Ecology of Flowers
The Schaeffer Lab (www.robertnschaeffer.com) in the Department of Biology at USU is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow. The fellow will be expected to contribute to ongoing projects in the lab on the community and evolutionary ecology of floral-associated microbiomes, including those associated with both applied and natural systems. Considerable flexibility will be extended to the fellow however on the design and implementation of their project. Candidates interested in developing research involving one or more of the following areas are encouraged to apply: chemistry of floral rewards, plant-pollinator interactions, plant mating system evolution, and/or sustainable food production. The fellow will also have ample opportunity to both mentor and collaborate with undergraduate and graduate students.
The start date for the position is flexible, however sometime during Spring 2020 is preferred. The position offers a competitive salary and benefits, with an initial appointment of one year. A second year of funding is available to extend the position pending satisfactory performance. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Driver for the Aggie Shuttle on USU Main Campus. Commercial Driver licensing is required, however training is available. Drive shuttle routes, charter for campus departments, must be willing to work campus events. Applicant must be 21 years of age. Excellent work environment.