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Compliance coordinator supports the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services privacy and security needs specifically in healthcare, Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA), HITECH, and associated privacy and security regulations.
The compliance coordinator will report to the SCCE Privacy & Security Officer.
The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering has a need for someone to organize and host the weekly Aerospace Technical Interchange Meeting.
This Office Assistant position will provide office and financial support to the Business Services grants team for the Statewide Campuses Department. The successful candidate will initiate, complete, and perform financial functions as assigned. The Office Assistant will be highly organized, possess strong computer skills, and demonstrate excellent communication skills with colleagues, supervisors, and grant personnel.
This is currently a part-time, non-benefited position and will be based at the Logan and/or Price campus working an average of 20-25 hours per week.
Price Campus is seeking a Director to direct the cast members of the play All My Sons.
USU Blanding is accepting applications for candidates to tutor ETS participants in academic subjects such as English, math, science, foreign language, and study skills, as well as standardized test preparation, and assisting with financial literacy workshops and high school orientations. These are part-time positions, on an 'as needed' basis. Multiple positions are available at Grand County, Monticello, San Juan, Whitehorse, Monument Valley, Red Mesa High schools, and during summer programs.
The primary function of the TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Academic Support Mentor is to provide guidance and support to USU Blanding TRIO Student Support Services students based on their unique academic developmental needs. Candidates will mentor students in study cycle strategies, financial literacy and online tutoring in order to increasing student retention and graduation rates.
Two (2) positions are available.
USU Blanding Campus has an open position for a Nurse Tutor. We are seeking an RN to tutor first and second year nursing students. This position is a part-time position.
The Equipment Operator III performs complex work maintenance, repair, and installation of all underground culinary, sewer, stormwater, and main irrigation water systems including the operation of heavy equipment. The Equipment Operator III accomplishes this by applying journeyman skills in conjunction with advanced technical knowledge and the ability to analyze and understand unique project requests. Must be willing to be on call year round, including some weekends and holidays. Must also be willing to work Monday through Friday.
The Public & School Partnership, based out of the USU Center for Persons with Disabilities, is hiring for its Project Director position. The person in this position plans, coordinates, and oversees all day-to-day fiscal, administrative, and operational activities of the organization, and she/he reports directly to the Department Head of the Center for Persons with Disabilities. The Project Director will be in charge of a team of 5-6 office staff/personnel, over 35 AmeriCorps VISTA members, and at least 20 community, university, school-based partnerships.
Tutor positions are open to currently enrolled students and community members who would like to serve in a tutoring capacity while positively representing the institution. A tutor will provide individual and small group tutoring to students in a walk-in tutoring center, or virtual appointment over a web-conferencing program.
A tutor will help students who enroll in mathematics or life and physical science courses to understand the course material and learning objectives. A tutor will assist them in concept development, problem solving, and study skills. A tutor should have the essential characteristics of professionalism, skill-sets in subject area, and ability to devote adequate time to the position.
We are happy to announce 1 new open position with the Public & School Partnership’s AmeriCorps VISTA program, based at the Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University in beautiful Cache County, Utah!
We are looking for dedicated, organized professionals who have experience or are interested in working in a unique service-oriented setting that combines the best the university and local community have to offer. Program Coordinators will work directly with the Project Director, office staff, VISTA Leaders, and VISTA members to ensure program, VISTA member, and service site success. PSP’s Program Coordinators are truly the glue that holds the organization together; therefore, applicants expressing a desire to remain in the position for a few years are preferred.
What you will gain as a Program Coordinator with PSP’s AmeriCorps VISTA program:
First, USU provides amazing benefits. Second, PSP encourages the pursuit of professional development opportunities and is often able to provide resources to attend conferences, workshops, and other activities that contribute to the success of the employee as it relates to the position. Also, you’ll gain invaluable experience supporting and collaborating with university, school, and local nonprofit and business partners that will prepare you to work in a variety of fields. Last, but never least, working with PSP guarantees you’ll work with a diverse, supportive, fun group of professionals!
This position is full-time, benefited, salary-based positions through Utah State University. Salary is grant-contingent and is therefore non-negotiable. Some monthly travel required – work-related mileage reimbursement provided.
The Advising Assistant will serve as the general advisor for the USU Southwest Region. This person will advise prospective, transfer, and current students, including answering questions about degrees, admission, financial aid, registration, etc. S/he will report directly to the Southwest Region Lead Advisor.
This is currently a part-time, non-benefited position, but has the potential to develop into a full-time benefited position contingent on available funding.
It is located within the USU Southwest Region (in or near the communities of Beaver, Bicknell, Cedar City, Delta, Ephraim, Junction, Kanab, Nephi, Panguitch, Richfield, and St. George).
Classroom facilitator will ensure the classroom is correctly set up for instructor to teach.
The Health & Wellness Coordinator is a 2.5 year position (September 1, 2020-August 31, 2022) assisting in the coordination of HEART programming with HEART Faculty in 3 Utah counties (Carbon, Emery, and Weber). This position is located in Davis County at the USU Extension - Kaysville Office.
The Health Extension: Advocacy, Research, and Teaching Initiative, also known as HEART is a new pilot initiative through Utah State University Extension. This cutting-edge, 4-year pilot program is aligned with National Cooperative Extension's recently instituted essential focus area in health and wellness. HEART serves as a model of how Extension can join community partners to better address the health and wellness needs in our state. HEART brings unique academic resources into the community, partnering locally and nationally to address the opioid epidemic and other pressing public health issues.
For more information, please visit our website here: https://extension.usu.edu/heart/
The Extension Assistant will assist in covering for Extension Agents for 4-H, Agriculture, Horticulture and FCS with programming as needed as well as assist in managing social media content and accounts. Various responsibilities and tasks are based on office needs and schedule.
The Moab Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Custom Fit (CF) Director oversees all of the administrative and operational activities of the Moab SBDC and CF programs in Grand, and San Juan Counties in Southeastern Utah.
RE-ADVERTISE: FTE has updated to 50%
Incumbent in the Teacher, Early Intervention position provide service coordination and developmental education to both families and children with specific disabilities in their homes, community, 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 Classroom Facilitator will work at the Utah State University campus in Moab. Hours may vary depending on need, and will be scheduled anywhere between 7:30 AM to 10:30 PM Monday through Friday, and Saturday 7:30 AM to 1:00 PM, and other times as assigned. Hours will be less than 28 hours per week, and may change each semester. This position reports to the Director of Students. This is an ACA variable position.
The Assistant Fire Marshal I insures the safety of the campus through performing fire code inspections of all buildings under the jurisdiction of the USU Fire Marshal's Office through enforcement of the international fire code. Works independently under the direction of the fire marshal. Relies on experience and judgement to plan and accomplish goals for the fire marshal unit.
Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is seeking a Staff Psychologist (Psychologist I) to join our energetic, professional, experienced, and good natured staff to serve USU-Statewide Campuses. Utah State University continues its tradition of land-grant outreach by delivering quality education to students across the state. As part of this mission, USU provides access to various student services to the 31 USU-Statewide Campuses and education centers. CAPS has expanded its capabilities to meet the mental health needs for the Statewide Campuses. This position will be based in two offices - the USU-Salt Lake City campus and the USU-Tooele campus, and primary interactions with other CAPS colleagues will be maintained remotely through Zoom, email, or phone.
Responsibilities will include providing mental health services and outreach to USU-Statewide university students, consultations with USU-Statewide faculty and staff, and professional training to doctoral and undergraduate students when possible. Psychologists at USU-CAPS are also expected to be keenly sensitive to issues of diversity and social locations such as: gender, culture, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, disability, social-economic status, etc.