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The Business Assistant II will support the Vice President of Business and Finance and Auxiliaries in the areas of purchasing, hiring, travel and P-cards. These positions will specialize in human resources, hiring, payroll, and deposits. The successful candidates are expected to know and understand the University and State of Utah policies for approved procurement practices. These positions will also support the purchasing, travel and Purchase card processes in the Transaction Center. Must have a positive attitude, have excellent customer service skills, pay attention to details and be a team player.
There are two positions available. One position will be 40 per week, the second position will be 30 hours per week.
Incumbents in the Staff Assistant position perform a variety of administrative support, marketing,and/or secretarial duties for the WashingtonCounty office of Utah State University Extension. This is a temporary one year position.
This position is located in Hurricane, Utah.
The Landscaper position is responsible to provide direction and technical skills, as a member of the LOAM team, to maintain an aesthetic and safe exterior environment at Utah State University. Coordinates the landscape maintenance activities and responsibilities in assigned area. Assists the Manager in planning, personnel issues, budgeting, customer service, and other duties as needed.
The BDAC Game Management will work the front desk of Bunnell Dmitrich Athletic Center (BDAC) checking patrons in and helping with general use of the BDAC. The successful applicant will be assigned to work at various BDAC activities such as concerts, student activities and student athletic events.
Utah State University's Aggie Creamery is housed in the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Sciences and is part of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences. The Creamery consists of two areas commonly referred to as, the Dairy Products Laboratory and Aggie Ice Cream.
Incumbents in the Coordinator Senior series use knowledge and related experience to coordinate production functions for the Aggie Creamery. Incumbents initiate, complete, and facilitate the use of the Dairy Product Laboratory for teaching, research, industrial trials, and production of products produced for the Creamery, and other functions as assigned.
This position is an on-floor coordinator with a scope that includes, but is not limited to, the production of high-quality food products that conform to customer expectations and meet all University, State & Federal food safety laws and regulations. Ensures the safety of Creamery personnel, scheduling, and conformity to University policies and procedures.
Coordinator III will Administer the development, implementation, maintenance, and utilization of the Learning Management System (LMS). Responsible for the employee experience and technical support of the LMS and training offerings. Supports and coordinates training and development team member activities related to courses, programs, coaching, and related initiatives. with the LMS. Handle training logistics such as pre-and post-class communications, registration and attendance. Support various e-learning projects as needed.
This position reports to the Associate Training and Development Director. This classification has no supervisory responsibilities.
Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics (JEL Code Q1). This is a nine‑month tenure‑track position with a 50:45:5 division of effort between teaching, research, and service, starting August 1, 2021. There are opportunities, primarily through successful grant writing, to augment salary beyond the nine-month base salary.
The Institute for Social Science Research on Natural Resources (ISSRNR) seeks to hire a Program Assistant II to support the work of ISSRNR Resources and its affiliated faculty in the Department of Sociology, Social Work & Anthropology. Applicants should be able to work well independently, be highly organized, and have good communication skills both verbally and in writing. The position has two primary dimensions: 1) Research Support and, 2) Growing the Institute.
This is a 9-month position with the potential for extension, pending future funding. Work can be on-campus or remotely to begin, with an expectation of working on-campus starting March 1, 2021.
The Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University are hiring a Pediatric Occupational Therapist. This is a part-time, .75% FTE, exempt position. The Up to 3 Early Intervention program is an in home pediatric program, which strives to provide quality, evidence-based therapy services in a nurturing & supportive natural environment.
We are looking for a dynamic, creative and committed Occupational Therapist to join our interdisciplinary teams 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.
Assists in and learns about, or performs general work in the efficient maintenance, repair, and installation of campus heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and equipment. Accomplishes this by applying skills in conjunction with technical knowledge and following instructions and established guidelines. Works as a member of a team under supervision, as needed, on projects or assignments and continually seeks opportunities for education.
If the applicant qualifies as an Apprentice, the applicant will be enrolled into DOL approved apprenticeship program and must be willing to complete the classroom trainings and on the job trainings required to complete the apprenticeship program.
Works closely with Extension specialists and the Produce Safety Program Manager from the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food to develop outreach and education materials and organize trainings related to the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act Produce Safety Rule. This is a temporary, part-time position with flexible scheduling. Funding for this position runs through June 30, 2021.
The Compliance Officer I assists in the facilitation of the Research Integrity and Compliance (RIC) office functions and operations. This includes supporting the Director of the RIC by providing first-line responses to questions and concerns for campus researchers pertaining to compliance; managing the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training mandates from NIH< NSF and USDA-NIFA and coordinating the Conflict of Interest and Export Control programs for all researchers.
In the short term, the successful candidate will work remotely, but as conditions allow and working on campus returns to normal, this will be an in-person, at Logan campus position.
The Social Media Specialist will work with the Southwest Region Director of Students in creating and posting information to social media platforms. Preference will be given to applicants residing in the Southwest Region of USU Statewide Campuses and Centers (Beaver, Bicknell, Cedar City, Delta, Ephraim, Junction, Kanab, Nephi, Panguitch, Richfield, St. George).
This is a part-time, non-benefited ACA variable position.
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a part-time 4-H Youth Programs staff position to assist USU Extension Faculty with programming and coordinating efforts specific to agriculture and animal science throughout the state, as well as marketing and promotion for Utah 4-H. Work space will be provided at the Utah 4-H State Office on campus in Logan, Utah, and some work may be done remotely.
We welcome candidates with knowledge in one or more agriculture, animal science, and/or 4-H youth program areas. We are especially interested in candidates that are organized, creative, and well versed in marketing and content creation.
The estimated start date for this position is March 1, 2021. Hours are flexible to work with class schedules.
More information about Utah State University Extension and 4-H Programs can be found here: https://extension.usu.edu/utah4h/who-we-are
Biological Engineering department seeks an energetic, collaborative team player skilled in organization, public communication, and resource utilization to facilitate the department’s goals.
Conduct Battelle Developmental Inventory (standardized evaluation) with children under 3 years old in family homes. During COVID evaluations will be completed impart through interview using zoom and impart through face-to-face testing at our clinic site.
Experience conducting assessments is very helpful, experience working with young children who have disabilities or delays a big plus. Must be able to develop and maintain relationships with families referred to the program. Hired applicant(s) must complete BDI evaluation training and pass off requirements, Baby Watch CSPD certification, Driver's Awareness Training, Sexual Harassment Awareness Training, and background check.
The Applied Sciences, Technology and Education (ASTE) department in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (CAAS) at Utah State University invites applications for a nine-month, non-tenure-track Family and Consumer Sciences faculty member at the Lecturer level to begin in August 2021. Candidates for this position must have an earned master’s degree in Family and Consumer Sciences, or another closely related field.
Estimated Start date is August 1, 2021
The term appointed Lecturer position will be 95% teaching and 5% service.
The Applied Sciences, Technology and Education (ASTE) department in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences at Utah State University invites applications for a nine-month, tenure-track Technology Engineering Education faculty member at the Assistant/Associate Professor level to begin in August 2021. Additional summer months may be available. Candidates for the position must have earned an Ed.D. or Ph.D. degree in Technology and Engineering Education, Career and Technical Education (CTE), Secondary Teacher Education, or closely related.
Estimated start date is August 1, 2021.
The Tenure Track Assistant/Associate Professor position will be approximately 70% teaching, 25% research, and 5 % service.
Reporting to the Executive Director of Career Services, the Employer Relations Manager networks with employers here in Utah and across the country to inform them about USU's students and why they should hire at Utah State University. In addition, they facilitate information sessions and other recruiting events to encourage face-to-face interactions between employers and students.
Hours are typically 8am-5pm with occasional early/late times for career fairs and special events.
Review of applications will begin two weeks from posting date.
Utah State University Moab (USU Moab) offers a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Light Duty Manufacturing & Fabrication Apprenticeship Program Assistant II position. As part of USU’s mission to make its academic programs accessible throughout the state, the position at the USU Moab Regional Campus supports CTE programs and students in the Moab community and the surrounding areas. The Light Duty Manufacturing and Fabrication Apprenticeship Program Assistant supports the USU Moab CTE Coordinator II in maintaining compliance with U.S. Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship 29 CFR 29.5 Standards of Apprenticeship in the administration of local apprenticeship placement with industry partners. Welding is a critical skillset in light duty manufacturing and fabrication that is a focus of placements with industry partners in oil pipeline, outdoor product development, and automotive repair career fields. However, the Program Assistant II will also lead efforts to develop new apprenticeship placements in maintenance and building rehab, and niche areas of workforce demand and innovation in fabrication and light duty manufacturing that arise from the local needs of Moab’s unique economy. The Program Assistant II position works with USU and community entities within USU Moab’s service area to identify local industry partners to host student apprentices, register eligible apprenticeship host sites with the U.S. Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship and State of Utah Office of Apprenticeship, and serve as a liaison between CTE Department and Moab Regional Campus administration, faculty, and USU Moab students who are participating in Light Duty Manufacturing and Fabrication Apprenticeship Certification programs (Welding, etc.), and/or community members serving on the Welding and Fabrication Advisory Committee and as apprentice sponsors. The position requires coordination with key stakeholders in small business development in the community (Small Business Development Center, etc.) and stakeholders invested in short term intensive training programs and workforce development training (Director of USU Eastern’s Center for Workforce Development, etc.). An additional key function of the Light Duty Manufacturing and Fabrication Apprenticeship Program Assistant position is to recruit students to the program and process and manage applications for review.
Funding is available for this position until August 2022; continuation of the position is contingent upon funding.
Position is located in an office environment. Program Assistant II will travel to local industry partner and apprenticeship sponsor sites.