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The Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL) at Utah State University (USU) seeks a Postdoctoral researcher (Postdoctoral Fellow II) to advance cyberinfrastructure that supports large scale, reproducible hydro-logic modeling. The selected applicant will work under the guidance of Dr. David Tarboton as part of a team of faculty, researchers, students and software engineers to advance the functionality of HydroShare and linked computing platforms for collaborative modeling as part of the Cooperative Institute for Research to Operations in Hydrology (CIROH) and Institute for Geospatial Understanding through an Integrated Discovery Environment (I-GUIDE). Applicants should have experience in hydro-logic modeling and an interest in advancing modeling methodology and the data and information systems supporting hydro-logic modeling to improve collaboration around and reproducibility of modeling results. This position requires a commitment to applying FAIR (find-ability, accessibility, interoperability, and re-usability) Data Principles and addressing the challenges associated with applying these principles in large scale modeling. This is intended as a two year position, with renewal in the second-year contingent on performance and funding.
The "Facilities Service Representative I" performs a variety of entry level unskilled and semi-skilled duties as needed to assure proper cleaning and routine maintenance of county facilities to maximize a healthy, safe, pleasant, and functional environment. The position works as a member of a team to complete tasks and will work under the close to general supervision of the Maintenance Technician Lead.
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (NEHMA) seeks a Curator of Exhibitions specializing in modern and contemporary American Art preferably with an emphasis on art and artists of the western United States. The Curator (Curator III) will work under NEHMA’s Executive Director in a team-based environment to curate ambitious exhibition projects and advance NEHMA’s national reputation as a leading academic museum, with a commitment to the study of art within our campus, K-12 schools, and local communities. This position requires the study, interpretation, scholarship, and publication of NEHMA’s collection in an academic environment that is collaborative and integrates with disciplines across campus.
The part time (25% -10 hours per week) Research Assistant (RA) will assist with the coordination of harm reduction and naloxone trainings provided to service industry businesses (restaurants, bars, motels, etc.) in the Salt Lake region. The RA should have experience or interest in conducting research on substance use disorders, harm reduction, or opioid overdose prevention. The RA will assist with on-site training, curriculum updates, outreach, and educational training sessions under the supervision of the program director. In addition, the RA will assist with the coordination of harm reduction training events and program evaluation.
This position is eligible for hybrid work within the state of Utah.
Join the USU Extension Create Better Health (SNAP-ED) program and be a part of a comprehensive initiative dedicated to supporting low-income individuals and families. We offer direct education focusing on basic nutrition, culinary skills, and physical activity, catering to both youth and adults in both online and face-to-face settings, contingent upon current conditions. Collaborating closely with community partners, we aim to enhance healthy food access and physical activity opportunities (PSE work) within communities. Furthermore, we extend our outreach and educational efforts through various social media platforms, acting as influencers in these spaces.
We are seeking a qualified individual in Salt Lake County to work part-time (approximately 20 hours per week, subject to available grant funding) with a specific focus on implementing complementary program elements for the refugee population, as mentioned above. Reporting program progress and impacts is integral to this role. Preferably, candidates should have familiarity with SNAP procedures and local community food distribution sites.
- Develop and maintain partnerships with relevant agencies to effectively implement the program.
- Engage and educate clients, ensuring alignment with federal guidelines and program objectives.
- The role involves adherence to grant policies, protocols, and procedures integral to SNAP-ED's grant-funded status.
This role requires a proactive approach in engaging partners and clients, coupled with a commitment to meeting federal guidelines. The SNAP-ED program operates within the framework of grant funding, making adherence to policies, protocols, and procedures essential.
If you're passionate about making a positive impact in the community, have the necessary qualifications, and are committed to promoting health and nutrition education, we encourage you to apply.
This position is eligible for hybrid work within the state of Utah.
The Utah State University Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice EmployAbility Clinic seeks a qualified individual to join our team. The USU EmployAbility Clinic is dedicated to finding consumer-driven employment and teaching pre-employment skills to increase greater self-sufficiency and a higher quality of life for individuals with disabilities. This is an hourly position.
The Utah State University (USU) Political Science Department invites applications for a full-time, renewable Lecturer position in U.S. Government and Politics, commencing August 1, 2024. This is a nine-month academic-year position based at our USU Tooele campus in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. Promotion to Senior and Principal Lecturer is possible. We welcome candidates specializing in any subfield of U.S. Government and Politics. USU is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity within the ranks of its faculty.
The Aviation Technology program at USU includes Bachelor of Science degrees in Professional Pilot and Maintenance Management. The Aviation Technology program prides itself in applying cutting-edge technology with exceptional training to produce the best quality of pilots and technicians the industry needs.
Professional Pilot graduates receive all Federal Aviation Administration certifications and are trained to be commercial pilots. Students are trained in Diamond Aircraft with glass cockpits and the latest instrument and navigation technology. USU's Regional Jet Flight Simulator gives students hands-on experience in flying a commercial airliner. USU also offers a nine-week private pilot summer program for those who seek to jump-start their career goal before the semester starts. Students in the Aviation Technology – Maintenance Management major will complete the courses required for the FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) licenses. They will also have coursework in aviation law, human factors in aviation safety, and management. Management and communications courses are incorporated into the program to provide essential business skills. Employment opportunities for graduates in Maintenance Management include positions with major airlines as maintenance technicians, maintenance supervisors, fixed-base operators, maintenance directors, repair station managers, FAA inspectors, aircraft and component manufacturers, and aerospace manufacturers. Degree completion in this program prepares graduates for all FAA required licensing evaluations.
Come join the Facilities Team at USU Blanding to help keep the campus beautiful! As a Facilities Service Representative, you will help clean and maintain building areas of the campus. The position works as a member of a team to complete tasks and will be trained by the Facilities Team leadership, even if you do not have experience and are willing to work. As a benefited Facilities Service Representative at USU, you will receive full benefits such as: 13 paid holidays per year, 12 vacation days per year, 12 days of sick leave per year, excellent health and dental insurance, long-term and short-term disability insurance, tuition reduction benefits, and 14.2% of gross income paid into a personal retirement account. See more at https://www.usu.edu/hr/compensation/calculator.
This position will be hired as a Facilities Service Representative I or II depending on qualifications and duties assigned. Please see the Qualificiations section below. We look forward to talking with you about our Facilities Team's opportunity!
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 Aquatics. Reporting directly to the Assistant Director of Intramurals & Youth Programs, the Coordinator of Aquatics is responsible for the development, coordination, implementation, and daily operations of all aspects of the Utah State University aquatic programs, and special events. 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 on-campus position will help you develop new skills in building cleaning like using cleaning equipment and products. Help full-time employees with projects in the Taggart Student Center. Start at $11.00 per hour with opportunities for raises! About 20 hours per week, Mon-Fri, 5pm to 9pm and 9pm to 1am shifts available. Saturdays as needed.
The Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences at Utah State University is seeking applicants for a Supervisor I. This position will assist the management of personnel and operation of the small-animal laboratory animal core within the Institute for Antiviral Research (IAR). The successful candidate will help oversee the daily operations, management, and staffing of animal studies. This person will also ensure the smooth and efficient functioning of the animal facilities and associated laboratories (BSL2, BSL3, and Select Agent) and the safe use of equipment and facilities. The Supervisor I reports to the Laboratory Manager, Director of IAR and IAR Faculty/Principal Investigators (PI)s. The position supervises and trains student technicians and full- and part-time technical staff on animal care and experimentation.
The Sponsored Programs Office is looking for a motivated, dynamic, highly organized individual to join our team as a Proposal Analyst. The Proposal Analyst provides support for the development, review, and submission of proposals for externally funded grants, contracts, and other agreements across the University.
This position is telework eligible within the state of Utah. Telework outside of the state of Utah is subject to review and approval by the University prior to a job offer being extended.
Incumbents in the Utility Equipment Operator series operate a variety of heavy equipment including front end loaders, backhoes, track-hoes, dozers, road-graders, and fork lifts. Incumbents dig underground electrical, water, and steam lines, and prepare sites for projects. Incumbents install, maintain, and repair underground and culinary water systems.
Must be willing to be on call year round, including some weekends and holidays.
Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS; https://www.usu.edu/aggiewellness/mental-health) is seeking a Staff Therapist to serve as the Multicultural Specialist. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who thrives in a collegial work environment that values collaboration, inclusion, and trust. This is a full-time, benefited, 12-month position on the USU-Logan campus. The preferred start date is August 1, 2024, but it is negotiable.
The Multicultural Specialist (Clinician I, II, or Psychologist) will have an emphasis on serving underserved and minoritized students. This position will also work closely with the CAPS Director to assist the center’s ongoing efforts to remove barriers for access, strengthen the center’s ability to serve all students, and create a strong sense of belonging for all center staff and trainees.
The Multicultural Specialist is expected to provide individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, supervision and training, outreach, single-session therapy, and triage consultations. While direct therapeutic services are not offered to staff or faculty, USU CAPS provide consultations to various departments, administrators, faculty, and staff across USU system in order to address and support the mental health of USU students. Providing supervision and training to undergraduate or graduate trainees is a possibility if desired. Various professional development opportunities will be available, and clinical supervision will be provided if needed for licensure.
Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities.
The purpose of the Home and Communities Extension Program and Communications Coordinator position is to play a major role in the development and leadership of the newly formed Home and Communities Extension Department statewide. This Program and Communications Coordinator position (Program Coordinator II) is responsible to plan and coordinate the day-to-day fiscal, administrative, and operational activities of Home and Communities Extension.
The Home and Communities (H&C) Extension Department headquarters may be located in either Cache and/or Box Elder counties. This position located at the USU H&C Extension Director’s Office at Utah State University College of Agricultural Sciences. The H&C Extension Department consists of County Extension Faculty with Family and Consumer Sciences, Health and Wellness, HEART (Health, Extension, Advocacy, Research and Teaching) Initiative, ROI (Rural Online Initiative) and Economic Development assignments statewide. There are approximately 35 faculty within this Department and these faculty are housed in County Extension offices in 28 counties.
This full time (salary) position has a regular schedule of Monday-Friday; however, some overnight travel, evening, and weekend work may be required. Ability to travel as required – Must have access to transportation. Job offer contingent upon successfully passed background check.
This position reports to the Director of Home and Communities Extension/State Program Leader of Family and Consumer Sciences.
This position classification may train and direct hourly/student employees, and/or volunteers.
Event Services is a growing department whose primary function is to assure the events hosted by Utah State University, “Exceed Expectations”. The Program Coordinator III position is responsible for the success of conferences both on the campuses of Utah State University as well as off campus locations by managing the Conference team that will be coordinating these events.
The National Center for Agricultural Literacy (NCAL) at Utah State University is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as a Researcher for NCAL. This is a 12-month, non-tenure track position to begin January 2024, and is within the Applied Sciences, Technology, Education Department. Candidates must have an earned Master’s degree in agriculture, agriculture education, or a closely related field.
The National Center for Agricultural Literacy provides support to National Agriculture in the Classroom programs in all 50 states and territories, through curriculum development, professional development, website development and maintenance. The National Center develops K-12 classroom resources to address agricultural literacy outcomes and educational standards. Using research and evaluation design methodologies, NCAL conducts research and provides tools for measuring agricultural literacy outcomes and program effectiveness. Professional development is provided in face-to-face and online settings, in order to strengthen the collaboration, communication, and capacity of agricultural literacy programs.
The Utah State University Admissions Office seeks energetic student-oriented individual to join our Recruitment Team. The Regional Admissions Specialists is primarily responsible for recruitment efforts within an assigned territory. This position requires excellent interpersonal and organizational skills as the candidate will work with prospective students, parents, counselors, USU departments, and other constituents.
Recruitment at USU is a team effort. The successful candidate will be instrumental in recruiting targeted student populations, exploring and identifying potential growth markets, and building relationships among all USU campuses and colleges. The candidate must be a self-starter, work well both independently and in a team.
This is a part-time (maximum of 29 hours per week) position and allows for flexibility in the work schedule.
The required work location for this position is Oregon, Washington, California or the Boise, Idaho area.
The Biology Tutor will assist students with tutoring needs for BIOL 3060 at the USU Brigham City Campus. Candidates must have demonstrated expertise in the academic discipline to be considered and have taken a Biology course respective to their tutoring area.