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The Facilities Service Representative is an important member of the Utah State University Moab team responsible for ensuring a healthy, safe, pleasant and functional environment for students, staff and visitors. The successful candidate will clean and maintain facilities and care for the grounds including the permaculture garden on the USU Moab campus. On-the-job training in permaculture maintenance is an exciting opportunity for skill development. Work will be performed both independently and as a member of a team under general supervision to complete tasks. NOTE: The position is temporary, ending four months prior to moving to new campus location (anticipated end date of April 30, 2021) with the opportunity for growth as new positions in the maintenance of mechanical and sustainable systems in the new facility become available for application.
The Office of Research seeks applicants for the position of Business Manager I. The Business Manager I will be instrumental in providing business support and financial management to the assigned units. They will oversee activities such as budget preparation and control, human resources administration, accounts payable, accounts receivable, contract and grant accounting, cashiering, and/or auxiliary enterprises
Assist the program director of the office of Health Equity & Community Engagement in completing grant-funded objectives and promoting evidence-based health and wellness programming, outreach, and education across all counties in Utah. This includes serving as an office manager.
This position will be directly linked to Opioid prevention efforts, as well as broad health and wellness programming. Knowledge and experience in health promotion and prevention are preferred, but exceptional organizational skills, excellent interpersonal communication abilities, and the ability to manage diverse and competing responsibilities in a self-directed manner are essential. This includes coordinating with faculty and staff in counties across Utah and may require rural travel approximately one to three times per month to participate in grant-related events, such as team meetings, an annual health and wellness summit, or other activities. Experience with federal grant writing and reporting is preferred. Experience managing staff is required.
The coordinator will serve as a point of contact for multiple grant projects, and report to the director in ensuring key grant objectives have been achieved, properly evaluated, and reporting requirements have been met. This position will report to Assistant Professor of Health and Wellness and Office of Health Equity and Community Engagement Director, Sandra Sulzer.
For the purposes of grant-related activities, this role will oversee deliverables of Extension and allied faculty, as well as partner with the project evaluator to manage grant-related outputs. Given the dynamic nature of the work, some flexibility in work schedule can be negotiated with the supervisor upon hire, though the position will be physically located in Salt Lake City. Nights and weekends may be required for special events or community outreach activities.
Please address your experience with the responsibilities and minimum/preferred qualifications, as well as why you are interested in this position, in a 1-2 page cover letter. Please also attach a 2-5 page sample of professional writing from a previous position. More information on how to submit these documents is available in the "Required Documents" section of the posting.
This position is contingent upon funding.
This is a tenure track position in the Department of Languages, Philosophy & Communication Studies at Utah State University. We invite applications for an Assistant Professor position of Health Communication in our Communication Studies program.
Initial deadline for this ongoing search will be September 29, 2019.
Full-time, academic year (9-month), tenured associate professor or professor rank, Karen Haight Huntsman Endowed Professorship, beginning Fall 2020. All areas of business and economics scholarship/teaching will be considered, with a specialization in accounting preferred. A fully competitive benefits package includes TIAA/CREF, and life, medical, dental, and disability insurance.
Under the direction of the After School Club Director of Edith Bowen Laboratory School, the Manager is responsible to carry out the staff daily activities, discipline, program procedures and policies, and any other program needs. The Manager should be aware of and carry out the principal’s academic desires as it relates to response to interventions and children’s needs. The Manager should direct and lead with positive leadership characteristics with educators, principals, and site staff.
About USU Edith Bowen Laboratory School
The mission of the Edith Bowen Laboratory School at Utah State University is to ensure high levels of learning for all elementary students, by providing a positive and engaging learning environment using effective evidence-based practice; to mentor pre-service teachers through instruction and classroom-based experiences; and to review, conduct, implement, and disseminate educational research.
The hours for this position are Monday, Tuesday-Thursday 2:45pm-6:00pm; Friday 12:30pm-6:00pm
4-H Mentoring Assistant Site Coordinator - Orem, UT
The Production Assistant will be responsible for data entry and assisting with the production of printing, screen printing, and embroidery.
The Club Sports Program is an integral part of the Campus Recreation Program at Utah State. The Club Sport Program compliments the University’s intercollegiate athletic programs, Intramural activities, and physical education course offerings. The program is administered by the Campus Recreation Department, which offers professional guidance to the teams within the Club Sport Program. Each team is formed, developed, governed and administered by the student membership of that particular team working with the Campus Recreation Department. The key to the success of this program and each team is student leadership, interest, involvement, and participation.
Salary is dependent upon budget and commensurate with experience.
Working under the direction of the Testing Center Manager, the Evening and Weekend Testing Coordinator manages the Logan campus testing center during evening and weekend hours to ensure the testing center runs smoothly, efficiently, and securely. This is a 32 hour per week position. Work hours are Monday-Friday 4pm-9pm and Saturdays 8am-3pm.
Animal Dairy & Veterinary Sciences is seeking a .75-time Research Technician for Nutritional Genomics and Growth Biology. The position will be under the direction of Dr. Kara Thornton, Assistant professor. The position will start as soon as a suitable candidate is identified.
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 and 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.
Shifts available: Sunday - Thursday 3:30 pm – 12:00 am
Utah State University is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Softball Coach.
Facilitators are an important part of the staff at USU-Tooele because they provide assistance to Interactive Video Broadcast instructors and students to ensure a beneficial learning environment. Our facilitators greet our students with a smile, are eager to assist, and are trained to provide technology support to our instructors. This part-time, non-benefitted position is housed on the Tooele Campus. The position hours and days may change each semester.
First shift (Day) = 18 hours
Monday- 12:30 – 3:45
Tuesday- 11:30 – 4:30
Wednesday- 12:30 – 3:45
Thursday- 11:30 – 4:30
Friday- 1:00 – 2:30
Second Shift (Night) = 10 hours
Tuesday- 4:45 – 9:45
Thursday- 4:45 – 9:45
Incumbents in the Staff Assistant II position perform a variety of administrative support and/or secretarial duties for the Taggart Student Center Department to support department work in the Taggart Student Center, Eccles Conference Center, University Inn (5th Floor), David B. Haight Center, West Stadium Center, Spectrum, and other indoor and outdoor event spaces. Incumbents often work as a member of a team to complete tasks.
The Staff Assistant II is distinguished from the Staff Assistant I in that incumbents in the II level are expected to possess the knowledge and experience to perform more complex and technical tasks. This classification may provide non-business support directly to staff.
The Staff Assistant II reports to and receives direction from the Director. The Staff Assistant II may train and guide less senior full time and hourly employees.
The Development Officer is responsible for the qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift prospects. She/he will work with donors to link their passions to the college priorities and determine the appropriate gift vehicles, including cash, securities, real property and other. There are four positions available, one each in College of Agriculture, Emma Eccles Jones College of Education & Human Services, College of Engineering and College of Science. In the cover letter, applicants must indicate their college of preference, but they will not be excluded from consideration for the other positions.
She/he will participate in strategy development for the college development team and is responsible for solicitation strategies specific to his/her portfolio and goals. The development officercan mentor less experienced team members and sets an example by his/her leadership, collaboration, and interaction with colleagues, university partners and community members. Building and maintaining an effective working relationship with the dean/director is key to success and growth as a Development Officer.
The Development Officer reviews research reports and information from the Prospect Analytics and Research team on assigned donors and prospects. She/he plans trips and contacts donors to set appointments for visits. She/he builds relationships for the University with donors by presenting the case for philanthropic support and engagement opportunities. She/he follows up with correspondence, phone calls and additional visits as appropriate to close gifts.
This position is highly collaborative with other colleagues and works closely with University and Foundation leadership. This position also requires extensive public contact with high-level alumni, donors and volunteers. Travel is required.
Utah State University is seeking an Equine Assistant Manager. This is a full time, 12-month position. The successful applicant will work under the direction of the Farm Manager. The successful candidate must be willing to work flexible hours including some holidays and weekends.
Utah State University has three seven-year multi-million dollar Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program (GEAR UP) grants from the U.S. Department of Education to significantly increase the number of students who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education. As part of this national initiative, GEAR UP at Utah State University is providing academic preparation services to students and their families in partner school districts serving low-income communities.
The Assistant Program Coordinator (temporary) will act as a student mentor to oversee Year 7 students (college freshmen) associated with the GEAR UP program. The position covers an 8 week period of time from September 16, 2019 to November 10, 2019.
The successful applicant will regularly meet with students, parents, faculty, staff, and other GEAR UP officials to help students succeed at their chosen college/university academically and socially by providing the students with all the resources necessary.
This position will be working with first-year college students at Utah State University, Weber State University, and some Salt Lake City area schools.
Employment is contingent upon funding and a successfully passed background check.
The Office of Global Engagement at Utah State University seeks a highly motivated, organized, and customer-service oriented person to support International Student and Scholar Services, International Undergraduate Admissions, and Study Abroad. The Global Engagement Coordinator manages the front office, supervises student employees, manages records and reports, advances special projects, and coordinates projects between program teams.
The Department of Environment and Society (ENVS) at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for the tenure-track position of Assistant Professor with expertise in geospatial science of environment and society. This tenure-track, full-time (nine-month) position is based at the USU main campus in Logan. The relative emphasis for the position is 50% research, 40% teaching/advising, and 10% service. The position will start August 2020.