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The staff assistant position requires the performance of a wide range of administrative support duties at the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter that relate to the operation of the center and its environmental education and conservation programs. This individual must be versatile and well organized with a knowledge of administrative systems, and a zest for running an infallible office system. The person in this position will work 20 hours per week on a pre-defined schedule, although there is some flexibility in the layout of those hours.
The Center for Sustainable Electrified Transportation (SELECT) at Utah State University (USU) has an immediate opening for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the areas of power systems and power electronics applied to transportation electrification. Primary research topics of interest include power balance and demand response strategies to optimize grid loading with EV charging, communications and control of microgrid components at EV charging hubs, machine learning in microgrid control, cybersecurity for microgrid systems, and software development and deployment at microgrids. Additional topics include grid tied power electronics and controls for EV charging and distributed energy resources.
Utah State University (USU) Libraries seek a collaborative, innovative, and service-oriented professional to serve as the Fife Folklore Archives (FFA) Curator within the Libraries' Special Collections & Archives unit. The FFA Curator is responsible for developing, preserving, and providing access to the Libraries' folklore collections, with a focus on the Intermountain West. The curator will actively engage university and community partners to acquire new materials and promote the collections through instruction, exhibition, programming, and outreach. The anticipated start date is May 15, 2020.
The FFA is one of the largest repositories of American folklore in the United States. Established in 1972, the Archives comprise an integral part of USU's cultural heritage resources. The Fife Folklore Archives is named for folklorists Austin E. and Alta S. Fife, Utahans who helped shape the field of folklore and worked to preserve the folk expressions of the American West. The FFA is home to more than seventy collections, including ethnographic collections, student fieldwork collections, and Austin and Alta Fife's fieldwork collections. The FFA also is the home to the historical American Folklore Society Manuscript Collection.
Reporting to the Unit Head for Special Collections & Archives, the position is a 12-month, tenure track faculty appointment with rank as Assistant Librarian.
The Library is especially interested in promoting an environment of diversity and excellence throughout the institution and welcomes candidates committed to fostering diverse and inclusive environments.
Under the direction of the Associate Vice President/Deputy AD - External Affairs and the Associate Athletic Director of Development, this position is responsible for assisting in all aspects of athletic development operations (Aggies Unlimited), including, but not limited to: annual giving, major gifts, planned gifts, endowments, and special events. The position also provides primary support for the Associate Vice President/Deputy AD - External Affairs.
Duchesne County, USU Extension office in Duchesne is accepting applications for a Staff Assistant position. This position provides support to the Extension Agriculture Agent, FCS Agent, and 4-H Coordinators by overseeing the smooth, efficient operation of the USU Extension office in Duchesne County. Successful applicant will be expected to use discretion and have exemplary customer services skills to manage a wide range of administrative duties including resolving issues in a professional manner. This position is a 75% time benefited Staff Assistant position (approximately 30 hours/week). The position is contingent upon continuous funding from Duchesne County, need, and performance of duties.
Oversee the Citation Appeals Process, complete the daily deposit and assist customers in the front office.
This position is a 75% time benefited position.
This position will support the Payment Solutions (Blackboard Transact, PayPal, Clover, etc) hardware and software currently used on campus.
- Be a member of the TAESE team, working together to provide documents that are professional and pleasing.
- Proof and edit documents to ensure they meet correct grammar, capitalization, and punctuation standards.
- Provide oversight and leadership regarding the design and production of publications for TAESE programs and clients.
- Provide office support.
- Provide travel support services to the TAESE team.
The Department of Art + Design at Utah State University is conducting a search for a nine-month tenure-track, Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting position.
The Drawing and Painting emphasis area at USU promotes experimentation with a variety of materials and methods. Our rigorous program rewards students for hard work and encourages them to grow artistically. The Drawing and Painting professors are extremely talented artists as well as effective teachers, and they are dedicated to giving students individual attention and mentoring. Our program offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Drawing and Painting. We are part of the Department of Art + Design which is accredited by NASAD and offers a BA in Art History, a BS and a BFA in Art Education, Ceramics, Graphic Design, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, and a BID in Interior Design.
Review of applications will begin February 10, 2020 and the position will remain open until filled with an anticipated start date of August 1, 2020.
This position is responsible for the greeting and welcoming of guests at Utah State University events in a professional manner, along with other duties.
This will be an ongoing search.
This position is responsible for assisting with the maintenance of the Human Resource Information System (HRIS) associated with the collection, retrieval, accessibility, and usage of employee information for Human Resource planning and activities. As an HRIS Analyst, you will consult with partners and business stakeholders to define data needs and provide solutions, as well as collaborate in the planning, design, development, testing, and deployment of new applications and enhancements. Title and salary will be commensurate with the successful candidate's education and experience.
The Psychology Department in the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services at Utah State University seeks qualified candidates for the position of Academic Advisor Senior. We particularly invite candidates who combine several important characteristics:
- Take initiative.
- Maintain confidentiality.
- Be accountable.
- Behave ethically.
- Be honest and trustworthy.
- Demonstrate a strong work ethic.
- Be inquisitive.
- Be detail oriented.
- Be self-motivated.
- Efficiently manage multiple tasks.
- Be a team player.
- Be committed to improving USU.
The Academic Advisor Senior will be responsible for providing direct advising to students, preparing for advising sessions and record keeping, data retrieval, analysis and application, supporting the college and university, supporting the psychology department, involvement in committees, attending professional development to stay up-to-date with information and best practices, as well as other duties as assigned by the department or college.
The multicultural coordinator will primarily be responsible for conducting needs assessments, fostering public relations, conducting marketing and increasing public awareness of three related statewide programs to diverse multicultural populations, rural and urban communities, and schools statewide of three related statewide programs. This position is contingent upon continued funding. The successful applicant will:
- Conduct outreach and marketing to multicultural communities statewide
- Enhance public awareness and foster relationships with schools
- Conduct needs assessment, data analysis and evaluation activities
- Work with transition and college age students with disabilities
- Determine grant opportunities and assist with grant writing
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) published the Sage-grouse Habitat Assessment Framework (HAF) – Technical Reference 6701 which identified the tools and processes to help the BLM and its partners develop a landscape approach in the greater sage-grouse (C. urophasianus; sage-grouse) conservation initiatives. The HAF fills the need for a multiple-scale, sage-grouse habitat assessment tool that can be easily integrated into the BLM landscape monitoring approach. The HAF establishes indicators to determine the status of sage-grouse habitat needs at multiple scales for seasonal habitats. Because the HAF assesses habitat needs at multiple scales, various datasets and the input of multiple partners will be needed for the analysis and assessment completion. Implementation of the BLM Resource Management Plans (RMP) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) Land Use Plan (LUP) sage-grouse amendments will require the BLM and USFS to complete a HAF (Third Order) seasonal habitat home range descriptions for populations that inhabit Utah’s SGMAs and the overlapping BLM and USFS Priority and General Habitat Areas in Utah. Completion of the HAF will require extensive monitoring at multiple spatial scales. Currently, the BLM field offices in Utah will be primarily responsible for monitoring microhabitat characteristics (4th Order HAF).
Under the direction of the Associate Athletic Director of Development, the Assistant Athletic Director of Development will oversee the day-to-day operations of Aggies Unlimited annual giving, special events, stewardship, premium seating, parking and suites while also serving on the External Leadership Team for USU Athletics. The Assistant Athletic Director of Development will promote revenue generation and encourage philanthropic engagement to support the student-athlete experience.
This position will serve in a leadership role by managing the Assistant Director of Development and interns.
The Department of History at Utah State University invites applications for a one-year (with the potential of being renewable for up to three years) position as a postdoctoral teaching fellow in the history of the United States. Subfields of interest include the history of science and medicine, religious history, and historical methods. Fellows will be responsible for teaching a 3-2 load. To be eligible, candidates must have completed a doctoral degree in history between December 2016 and December 2019. The successful fellow may expect an annual salary of $40,000 plus health benefits, office space, computer, moving expenses, and library privileges. In addition, fellows may apply for departmental travel funds. Review of applications begins February 1, 2020, and continues until position is filled.
Position start date: August 1, 2020.
The Facilities Service Representatives clean and maintain building areas on the university campus to maximize a healthy, safe, pleasant and functional environment. The successful candidate(s) will work as a member of a team, under supervision, to complete tasks.
The successful candidate will work with Utah State University Biology faculty and graduate students at the Uintah Basin campus in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management Green River District Vernal Field Office (VFO) or the Ashley National Forest (ANF) to conduct field work in the Uintah Mountains or the Uintah Basin of Northeastern Utah to monitor raptor nesting success.
The Raptor Crew assesses raptor nesting success throughout the VFO district or the ANF by visiting known nests, recording evidence of nesting, identifying prey remains near the nest, recording habitat characteristics (including invasive plants), and recording local disturbances. Crew members will also be responsible for collecting genetic samples (fecal material and feathers) using sterile technique. Crew members may have the opportunity to band nestlings up to 3 days during the season.
This position is funded for no more than 29 hrs/wk for 14 weeks, May 4th-August 5th. Preference will be given to qualified Utah State University students. Preference will also be given to applicants that can be present during the entire field season. Compensation will be $12.50/hr for crew members and $15/hr for crew leads. No housing is provided with this position. The duty station for these positions is Vernal, Utah.
The intern will make field observations of wildlife or vegetation according to protocol, collect data, and enter data. They will collaborate with teammates and the crew lead to collect and assemble a high-quality data set in an efficient manner. Fieldwork may require strenuous hiking (up to 15 miles per day off-trail in rough terrain), work in adverse weather conditions, and irregular hours. Work may be conducted in a team setting or independently. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until all positions are filled.
The Department of Geosciences at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for an academic-year (9-month), tenure-track Assistant Professor position with teaching as the major role, with a start date of August 1, 2020. The position is located at the USU-Eastern Campus, the second largest residential campus at USU, and it includes the opportunity for research mentoring of undergraduates and statewide USU Masters-degree students in the Applied Environmental Geoscience program. We seek candidates who conduct innovative teaching at the introductory level and geoscience research in areas that may include: geoscience education, online and distance learning, and physical and historical geology that can take advantage of eastern Utah's regional geology. This includes but is not limited to sedimentology, stratigraphy, paleontology, paleoecology, dinosaur research, geoarcheology, Quaternary geology, Mesozoic geology, petrology, economic geology, and field geology.
This position requires an experienced and highly professional administrative assistant to the Dean and coordinator of special projects and events to work in a team-based environment for the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services. This individual will assist the Dean, Associate Deans and Department Heads with administrative support and daily operations. In conjunction with the Dean, this person will direct special projects and events. This position requires strong organizational and project management skills with the ability to see the “big picture” while managing the small details. This person will create and maintain systems that enhance organizational efficiency in partnership with the Dean.