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The Department of Biology (www.biology.usu.edu) invites applications for a full-time, 9‐month tenure‐track Assistant Professor position (50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service) in Microbial Ecology.
This position has an anticpated start date of 1 August 2022.
The Department of Biology (www.biology.usu.edu) invites applications for a full-time, 9‐month tenure‐track Assistant Professor position (50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service) in Insect Ecology.
This position has an anticpated start date of 1 August 2022.
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.
The College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, along with the Aviation and Technical Education department, are looking for a Business Assistant I or II. The successful candidate’s primary responsibilities include Business Services office support, human resource functions, equipment management, and proposal development assistant.
This position can be based in Blanding, Moab, or Price. Working remotely can be evaluated.
Work with a fast paced team setting up and taking down chairs, tables, and stages for various events.
This position will direct the fiscal management and delivery of business services for the Quinney College of Natural Resources (QCNR). The position shares a coordinated reporting line to the Dean of Natural Resources and the Executive Director of Budget & Planning. The Financial Officer Senior must be an organized, efficient person with strong leadership skills who cultivates effective working relationships within the organization, is an excellent time manager, and maintains an open-minded approach to problem solving and decision-making.
The Human Research Protections Staff Assistant is integral to the smooth functioning of Utah State University’s Human Research Protection Program (HRPP). The Institutional Review Board (IRB) (the largest part of USU’s HRPP) is responsible for ensuring that all research conducted by Utah State University faculty, staff, and students which involves human subjects is conducted ethically, in line with legal requirements, and with adequate protections in place for research participants. This is done by having all research with human participants submitted for review and approval before it can begin. The HRP Office and IRB seeks a detail-oriented, organized, and energetic candidate to serve as the front-line point of contact for all matters related to human research protections. This is a full-time, benefited, non-exempt position.
To apply, please submit a current resume (no more than two pages) outlining your relevant experience and qualifications. Also submit a short cover letter (no more than one page), which explains how the experience listed in your resume demonstrates your ability to successfully perform the responsibilities outlined below.
Juab County Extension, located in Nephi, Utah is looking for a detail-oriented, highly organized staff assistant. The hours for this position are 7am-6pm Monday-Thursday with an hour lunch and regular breaks.
Utah State University invites applications for the position of Program Coordinator II - Assistant Director of Outreach and Education in the Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism (http://extension.usu.edu/iort/). The successful candidate to fill this position will play a leadership role in developing and maintaining partnerships with individuals, agencies, and other entities to which the Institute can or does provide services. The Institute provides individual landowners, city and county governments, state and federal government, and non-profit organizations with data, information, and insights on how best to provide for and manage outdoor recreation opportunities within the state.
The Department of Aviation and Technical Education in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences is seeking a Program Coordinator to work in the Community Health Worker Program. This is an exempt, benefited full-time salaried position. Funding is available until June 2022. The hire term is 12 months.
Position is located in San Juan County, UT. The office environment is work-from-home (telework) with the potential of an office environment at learning centers or UNHS clinics in Monument Valley, Montezuma Creek or Blanding. Community Health Certificates – San Juan County - Program Coordinator will travel regularly to industry partner and apprenticeship sponsor sites in Monument Valley and Montezuma Creek and teach out of Montezuma Creek and Monument Valley regional learning centers.
The estimated start date is as soon as possible.
Events at USU are an important part of USU culture. Join our team and help Parking and Transportation make these events memorable for all attendees.
Parking Enforcement officers facilitate parking for faculty, staff, students and visitors to USU's Logan campus. Benefits include a flexible work schedule, great team environment, and proximity to USU campus.
The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University is accepting applications for a 12-month, full-time, non-tenure track, administrative staff appointment to support the Huntsman Scholar Program and Undergraduate Recruiting. Applications are being taken immediately. Salary will be commensurate with experience. The position will report to the Associate Dean for Student & External Affairs.
The Huntsman Scholar Program brings together outstanding students with incredible teachers for a rigorous, one-of-a-kind undergraduate business education program. Students participate in a curricular and co-curricular experience across four years, with a program of study focused on academic rigor, critical thinking, and mentoring to provide a solid understanding of markets and the nature of business enterprise. The program is led by an executive director, and supported by an academic director and faculty mentors. Multiple faculty teach in the program. The program comprises approximately 400 students.
The Huntsman School also accepts high-ability freshmen directly into the Huntsman School. The undergraduate recruiting effort has yielded a 292 percent increase in first-time freshmen directly admitted into the Huntsman School over the past decade.
The position requires an understanding of higher education programs, proven experience in program leadership and management, ability to lead people, and passion for engaging with students.
Utah State University is seeking qualified applicants for a 12 month Athletic Training Residency position. Position will oversee the day to day operations of a Division 1 Football program. Will work on a daily basis with Athletic Trainers, Team Physicians and Team Physical Therapist.
Must be NATABOC certificated and eligible for state licensing in Utah.
This will be a 12 month position at $1,800 per month.
Assist Edith Bowen Laboratory School Child Nutrition Director with preparation, serving and cleaning up of school lunch for K-6 elementary students every school day for the 2021-2022 school year. Dependability and reliability are a must.
Role of an Academic Mentor
The mentor is responsible for working with students who are experiencing academic difficulties or need guidance with remediation of academic success skills. The mentor’s role is to serve as a supportive resource for student-athletes and provide them with tools and resources to help them mitigate their identified challenges. Mentoring helps student-athletes learn fundamental academic success skills that can help them become more effective at self-regulating their learning. Mentors have contact with student-athletes only during scheduled sessions.
This is a great part-time position for a student or someone looking for a few hours a week. We are open Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, and we try to be flexible to account for your school or personal schedule. We have 2 locations, in the TSC and the main location. You would be helping with customer service; taking orders, talking on the phone and answering emails, cash register, as well as working with production to complete orders.
Utah State University Extension is seeking a qualified and motivated individual to produce online educational content for non-credit, community education programs as an Instructional Designer I. The majority of work involves working with subject-matter experts and other design professionals to create online courses. Course topics are wide-ranging and may include personal development, relationship education, personal finance, pesticide safety, and gardening, etc. The position is a portfolio-building opportunity that provides experience in audio/video editing, animation, and interactive video production. It also involves organizing, updating, and structuring course content into a learning management system and fulfilling additional tasks that fall within the scope of online education.
Estimated start date is September 1, 2021
The purpose of the Remote Online Initiative (ROI) program is to prepare Utah’s workforce with remote work training. The Master Remote Work Leader (MRWL) certificate course provides specialized training on best practices and core skills for effectively developing remote work environments and managing hybrid-remote and fully distributed employees. These core skills help to ensure Utah's business leaders are prepared for success through the adoption and application of remote work as a modern workplace practice. This program effort will also support business continuity and long-term recovery from natural disasters and economic shocks to ensure Utah communities continue to be globally competitive.
The primary duty of the Program Coordinator II position is to conduct day-to-day program delivery related to outreach and education for the MRWL course (e.g., online training sessions, recruitment and outreach meetings, etc.) across the following counties: Utah, Summit, Wasatch, Davis, Morgan, Salt Lake, Tooele, and Weber. This position will also provide 1-on-1 advising and coaching to program participants both in-person and through virtual communication platforms.
Estimated start date is August 23, 2021. Position funding is secured for 3 years and contingent on continued funding.
This position reports to the Program Manager of the ROI program.
For more information about USU Extension’s ROI program, please visit: https://remoteworkcertificate.com
The Coordinator Service II for the Marketplace will facilitate and supervise the maintaining of the service area of the Marketplace Dining Hall for afternoon and evening service. Of added importance is running the closing shift to ensure that food is handled in a safe manner, the entire area is clean, and the operation is prepared for the following day.
The employee should promote and exemplify Dining Services’ Mission of “Creating an Excellent College Experience” as well as our PREDICT Core Values.