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Incumbents in the Academic Advisor position advise prospective, current, and former students. Incumbents advise and assist students in the development of academic plans and class schedules. Additionally, incumbents assess academic level, attend to student academic inquiries, assist in the resolution of individual academic problems, and advise on academic program changes. Incumbents also prepare students’ graduation applications for Dean approval in DegreeWorks and assist students with semester-by-semester planning in preparation for declaring a major.
The purpose of the Rural Online Initiative (ROI) program is to provide Utah's rural workforce and businesses with specialized training for online opportunities in remote employment, freelance work, and online commerce. The primary duty of the Program Coordinator Senior is to oversee the operational planning, establishment, execution, and evaluation of the ROI program statewide. Incumbents oversee fiscal, operational, administrative, and human resources management of the program; serve as principal point of representation for external constituencies on operational matters; and provide day-to-day technical/professional guidance and leadership as appropriate to the area of expertise.
For more information about USU Extension's ROI program, please visit: https://remoteworkcertificate.com
The ASPIRE NSF Engineering Research Center (ERC) at Utah State University (USU) has an immediate opening for a Research Engineer with power electronics experience. The position will provide engineering support to a wide range of research and development projects with government and industry sponsors and academic partners. Topic areas include high power electric vehicle charging systems, electric and hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle, bus and truck development, wireless charging systems for electric vehicles, battery management systems, grid-tied power converters, grid integration of renewable energy and energy storage, micro-grid management, cybersecurity for EV charging and micro-grid systems, and embedded and cloud software development and deployment associated with the above systems.
The Journeyman Plumber performs complex work in the efficient installation, maintenance, remodeling, and repair of the University hydronic and plumbing systems on assigned buildings. Accomplishes this by applying journeyman skills in conjunction with advanced technical knowledge and the ability to analyze and understand unique project requests. Works as a member of a team on various projects or assignments.
The Residence Director (RD) is a full-time (10-month), live-in professional staff member of Residence Life. Living on campus is an essential function of the RD position.
The RD is responsible for the overall development of a supportive living/learning community, policy enforcement and resident conduct, supporting students of concern, and promoting diversity and fostering community within the residence halls. Emphasis is placed on staff development and mentoring, and a high degree of contact with residents. The RD participates in on-call rotation which includes weekends and some holidays. The RD reports to the Director of Residence Life.
We will be hiring two RDs for two separate communities:
1) South Campus Community – Comprised of four, coed, apartment-style residence halls, housing approximately 430 residents. The RD is responsible for supervision of area office receptionists, office manager and up to 12 RAs, as well as development of three, living-learning communities: Native American Learning Community (NALC), Global Village, and Engineering House.
2) Mountain View Community – Coed, community-style residence hall, housing approximately 350 residents. The RD is responsible for supervision of area office receptionists, office manager and up to 9 RAs, as well as development of the Outdoor Adventures theme program.
The Department of Campus Recreation within the Division of Student Affairs at Utah State University seeks a positive, collaborative, and dynamic individual to join our team as our Coordinator of Marketing (Marketer II). Reporting directly to the Assistant Director of Adventure Programs and Marketing, the Coordinator of Marketing will develop and manage all marketing and communication activities designed to effectively promote the programs and services of the department. The incumbent will also manage the departments technology resources including computer operations, software, websites, and social media platforms. This individual will be a key team member of the Campus Recreation Department, which provides aquatic programs, club sports, fitness/wellness, intramurals, outdoor recreation, special events, extramurals, and collaborative programs.
This position involves rare plant surveys and monitoring across the State of Utah to assist with prioritization of conservation plans and actions. Our team is responsible for tracking Utah's rare plants and maintain the database and information that is kept to assure the preservation of our natural botanical heritage. Assistance with written reports also expected.
The Postdoctoral researcher will work with Dr. Goodridge and the National Federation of the Blind in their last year of the NSF awarded SABER grant. They will be responsible to collect and analyze qualitative and quantitative data and develop publications. They will be expected to lead a team of undergraduate researchers as well as graduate researchers to help do the same. They will help in the development of grant to continue this research enterprise forward and will be expected to help write the proposal that will seek funding to do so.
The Program Coordinator will support the Office of Health Equity and Community Engagement and its grant programming by planning and coordinating day-to-day fiscal, administrative, and operational activities. This position is based in Salt Lake City, but due to COVID restrictions will be primarily remote work at this time. This position is .75 FTE and is contingent upon funding.
The Program Coordinator will report to the Office Director and will coordinate with other office staff in their duties, including supervision of students, hourly employees, and volunteers.
The Department of Aviation and Technical Education in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences at Utah State University (USU) offers a non- tenure track, nine-month faculty position as a Professional Practice Instructor, or Professional Practice Assistant Professor of Welding Technology. The relative weights for this position is 95% teaching and 5 % service. As part of USU's land grant mission to make academic programs accessible throughout the state, the position will be physically located at the USU Eastern Campus in Price, Utah.
Assist Extension Agents for 4-H, Agriculture, Horticulture and FCS with programming as needed. Various responsibilities and tasks based on need and office schedule. Assist in managing social media content and accounts.
This position is located in Logan, UT.
Utah State University (USU) invites applications for an Office of Equity Investigator (AA/EO Specialist SR). The Investigator participates in activities and efforts to build and sustain a safe and equitable campus that is free from discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including sexual harassment, pregnancy, childbirth, or pregnancy-related conditions), national origin, age, genetic information, sexual orientation or gender identity/expression, disability, status as a protected veteran, or any other status protected by university policy or local, state, or federal law. This includes investigating alleged violations of Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. The Investigator will report to the Office of Equity Director and will be based at the main campus in Logan, Utah. The Investigator will be expected to travel frequently to other USU locations.
The Investigator will conduct initial reviews and complete investigations involving faculty, staff and students at USU. This process will include conducting a preliminary review of the complaint, making determinations concerning the necessity of a formal investigation, interviewing relevant individuals, and reviewing documents or other evidence. The Investigator will be expected to understand which issues are appropriate for them to resolve independently and which issues need to be referred to the Office of Equity Director or the University's Title IX Coordinator.
The Investigator will work as a member of a talented and collaborative team that fosters a university-wide culture characterized by equity and inclusion, along with an investigation process rooted in equity, fairness, and respect.
Lab Animal Technician I will perform husbandry and care functions for research animals, while carefully following facility standard operating procedures with minimal supervision.
Receive and process emergency calls from the public requesting police, fire, medical, security or other emergency services. Gather essential information from callers and dispatch the appropriate first responders to the scene. Must be organized, adept at multi-tasking, level-headed, and trustworthy. Expected work hours will include Weekdays, Weekends, Holidays Day/Swing/Grave Shifts. Part-Time Hours up to 28 per week.
The President’s Office at Utah State University is accepting applications for an experienced and professional Staff Assistant III. This position will report to the Assistant to the President, requires excellent organizational, interpersonal and communications skills, and will perform various functions and responsibilities critical to the smooth operation of the President’s Office.
The Up to 3 Early Intervention program in the Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University is an in home pediatric program in northern Utah which strives to provide quality, evidence-based therapy services in a nurturing & supportive natural environment.
We are looking for a dynamic, creative and committed Speech Language Pathologist to join our interdisciplinary therapy team comprised of speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, behavior analysts, child development specialists, behavior technicians, vision and hearing therapists as well as autism specialists. The successful applicant will provide individual services to children under the age of 3 with developmental delays/disabilities including symptoms of autism and their families.
"Requires travel and services to families living in areas of Cache, Rich and Box Elder Counties. While Covid restrictions are not in place, services are provided virtually."
The Landscaper will be responsible for maintaining campus grounds, weeding, litter pick-up, mowing, pruning, and irrigation. May work with a variety of landscapes including: flowers, trees, sod, etc. This is variable hourly employment, so schedules may be flexible and vary. Hours per week will not exceed 29. On-Campus ACA Variable Position. US Work Authorization is REQUIRED.
Dining Services seeks applicants for the Junction, Dishwasher. Junction Dishwasher needed to work 11:30-3pm Monday-Friday.
Culinarian I is a full time benefited position at USU - Blanding Campus. Hours may vary from daytime to evening hours and weekends as needed. The successful applicant will assist cafeteria staff with food prep, customer service and cleaning of kitchen and cafeteria. This position also helps with the periodic cleaning of dormitories.
Incumbents in the Teacher, Early Intervention positions provide service coordination and developmental education to both families and children with specific disabilities in their homes, community, virtual visits using zoom and/or classroom settings in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) regulations. Incumbents are required to follow the IDEA regulations and program’s responsibility.
The Teacher, Early Intervention reports to the Division Director or Program Coordinator. The position does not have supervisory responsibilities.