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The Chief of Police (hereafter referred to as Chief) serves as a primary resource and advisor to the University on matters related to law enforcement and is responsible for the comprehensive operations of the University's Police Department. The Chief leads and directs all functions of the University Police Departments on the Logan and Eastern campuses, with the goal of providing a peaceful and safe environment for the University community. This position reports to the Executive Director of Public Safety.
Review of applications will begin on March 15, 2022, and will continue until the position is filled.
Part time diagnostician to support the diagnostic helpline (email, phone, walk-in) horticulture consultations.
The HVAC Senior serves as a coordinator for projects, directs teams as assigned by Foreman, and performs complex maintenance, repair, and installation of campus controls heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. The successful candidate will accomplish this by applying journeyman skills and a positive attitude in conjunction with advanced technical knowledge, the ability to analyze and understand unique project requests or customer concerns, and established leadership skills. Must have advanced controls abilities in programming, troubleshooting, and design of new energy saving programs.
Spanish speaking graphic designer/video editor. This part-time graphic design project will create and/or provide timing for videos in Spanish as part of a parenting education project. Videos include content around typical child development topics as well as trauma. We will be using the Doodly program, among others. This position is telework eligible within the state of Utah.
The Writing Center seeks to fill a vacancy for fall, spring, and/or summer semesters on the Uintah Basin Campus. The successful applicant will be expected to perform both face-to-face tutoring as well as on-line live tutoring via http://distance.usu.edu/tutoring/.
Up to 3 Early Intervention at the Institute for Disabilities Research, Policy and Practice at USU is hiring evaluators (5-20 hr/wk) to administer the Battelle Developmental Inventory 2NU standardized evaluation to children under 3 years old. Up to 3 will provide training to administer and score the BDI 2NU. The evaluation is conducted in person at one of the Up to 3 offices or at a family’s home if requested. Work schedule is flexible.
The Director of Multimedia Operations (Mutlitmedia Specialist Lead) is a crucial member of the Production Services team, working closely with the Caine College of the Arts (CCA) leadership, faculty, staff, and students. The successful candidate will provide professional multimedia services, audio engineering, video streaming, editing, and technical operations support to the College, including the Art + Design, Music, and Theatre Arts departments, as well as outside clients. The Director of Multimedia Operations reports to and assists the CCA Associate Dean/Director of Production Services. The Director of Multimedia Operations will work to ensure the smooth execution and accomplishment of strategic goals and daily operations of Caine College of the Arts Production Services (CCAPS) department. They will provide leadership, supervision, training, and oversight to all parts of CCAPS multimedia operations.
The Director of Multimedia Operations is a hands-on professional with supervisory oversight of technician support for events. The ideal candidate will have experience working within digital audio and video spaces in the arts, managing key product integrations and technical operations. The individual will understand the specific and specialized needs required for successful technical operation for arts-related events. In addition, the right team member will have a positive, collaborative attitude, make informed decisions, and build strong relationships across the College and the community.
The purpose of this part-time position is to help conduct innovative research on food selection by livestock.
Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS; https://www.usu.edu/aggiewellness/mental-health) is seeking a staff psychologist to join our energetic, professional, experienced, and good-natured team. This a full-time, benefited, 12-month position on the USU-Logan campus.
We are also planning to open another search for a master's level position, and one of these positions will be a generalist and the other will have a multicultural focus. The multicultural position will specifically focus on identifying and supporting underserved and minoritized students. This position will also work closely with the CAPS Director to address the training and support for inclusion and multiculturalism among CAPS therapists and the center operation.
Both generalist and multicultural positions are 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 clinical and non-clinical consultations to various departments, administrators, faculty, and staff across USU system in order to address and support mental health of USU students. Clinicians 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.
Receive and process calls from the public. Gather essential information from callers and dispatch the appropriate public safety personnel to the scene. Must be organized, adept at multi-tasking, level-headed, and trustworthy. Expected work hours will include Nights, Weekends, Holidays Day/Swing/Grave Shifts. Part-Time Hours up to 28 per week.
The Utah State University (USU) Extension Create Better Health (SNAP-ED) program is a comprehensive program that helps low-income individuals and families by providing direct education on basic nutrition, cooking skills and physical activity to youth and adults both online and face-to-face (as situations allow); collaborates with community partners to improve healthy food access and physical activity opportunities within communities (PSE work); provides outreach and education through social media platforms.
USU Extension Create Better Health program in Tooele is seeking a qualified individual to work part-time (20 hours per week depending on available grant funding) providing complementary elements of the program (mentioned above). Reporting program progress and impacts is an essential part of this work. Familiarity with SNAP procedures and local community food distribution sites is desirable. Successful applicants will be required to recruit agencies they partner with, recruit clients they teach, and follow federal guidelines. SNAP-Ed is a grant funded program and adherence to policies, protocols and procedures are essential.
The Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education (COMDDE) at Utah State University is seeking a part time (20 hours per week) Speech-Language Pathologist to fulfill a Clinical Fellowship Year. Hourly wage will be commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the person hired. The position will terminate on completion of the Clinical Fellowship Year.
USU Eastern Upward Bound is a federally funded grant program designed to encourage post-secondary preparation of high school students who are from low-income families and are first-generation college bound students. We serve 60 high school students from Grand, Emery and Carbon counties. During a six-week summer program, 30 Upward Bound students experience intensive academic, cultural and social expansion while living in the residence halls at USU Eastern.
The residential team leader will help supervise 4-6 high school students throughout the week and overnight in the residence halls. They will act as mentors and supervisors to the participants of the Upward Bound Summer Program. The summer program will begin approximately June 22- July 5 and extend to approximately August 13. Team Leaders will be asked to come for two days of some training before the start of the program – dates to be determined once all parties are hired.
The successful candidate will also have the opportunity and responsibility to accompany the Upward Bound students on various adventures, and will be required to attend our end of the year trip. This year we will be going to Glenwood Springs, CO. All expenses for these trips are included in your compensation and will not cost you anything. All food and housing is included for the duration of the six-week summer program.
We are seeking 5 female team leaders. Job offer contingent upon successfully passed background check.
The Department of Aviation and Technical Education in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences at Utah State University (USU) offers a non- tenure track, nine-month faculty position as a Professional Practice Instructor, or Professional Practice Assistant Professor of Welding Technology. The relative weights for this position are 95% teaching, and 5 % service. As part of USU's land grant mission to make academic programs accessible throughout the state, the position will be Physically located at the USU Statewide Campus in Moab, Utah. Estimated start date is July 1, 2022
Academic year contract (contract), with two additional months possible.
USU Moab is seeking a dynamic, knowledgeable, and experienced candidate to provide students entry-level skills to enter careers in welding, as well as opportunities within careers related to design and fabrication, utilizing metal. With skills in welding, machining, bending, and materials testing, program completers will be ready for entry level positions in outdoor power recreation equipment, energy resource collection and distribution, manufacturing, construction, and robotic control processes.
This full-time, one-year AmeriCorps VISTA service position is hosted by the Public and School Partnership (PSP) and is based with Athletics United in Logan, UT. Athletics United offers affordable access to athletics and learning services to refugee and immigrant youth and their families. The goal of this VISTA position is to assist Athletics United in building capacity and implementing sustainable systems and programming, assisting program staff in raising awareness for Athletics United in the community and beyond and by identifying and securing funding through local donations, partnerships, and grants. The VISTA member will also assist Athletics United staff in developing sustainable policy and training systems to foster a safe, healthy, supportive environment for all program participants.
AmeriCorps VISTA is a National Service program. All AmeriCorps VISTA positions are full-time for one year, as mandated by the Corporation for National and Community service. Successful completion of a one-year service term qualifies all VISTA members for either an education award of $6345 or a cash stipend of $1800 (direct deposit). The pay, a living stipend, is $1150 per month.
Anticipated start date is April 11, 2022, pending successful candidate placement in this position. Start date may be pushed back until successful candidate placement occurs.
University Advancement has a current opportunity for either a Director (Development Officer III) or Senior Director (Development Officer SR) of Development for the College of Science who provides overall guidance and management of the college/unit major gifts program and team. They are responsible for the college/unit overall acquisition of philanthropic gifts and evaluating gift officer performance. The employee enhances the performance of other fundraisers by helping them develop fundraising competencies, providing feedback and perspective on their fundraising approach/methods and coaching them to realize their optimal performance. This position, which reports to the Associate Vice President of Collegiate Development, is the key liaison to the college/unit dean or director. As a development leader on the USU development team, the Director/Senior Director of Development is highly collaborative, committed to a culture of excellence, demonstrates advanced fundraising competencies and helps sustain USU’s fundraising success and growth through their leadership. This position requires extensive public contact with high-level alumni, donors and volunteers. Travel is required. The Qualifications Section denotes the differences between the Director and Senior Director levels.
Understand and work within the parameters of the department mission and governing values. Enforce state, local and university laws, ordinances and regulations and perform community service activities. Complete accurate incident reports. Assure a prompt response to calls for service. Protect the campus and campus citizens through a proper balance of foot, bike, and vehicle patrol. Must be able to work shift work and be on call at times.
We seek a curious, self-motivated, and enthusiastic Postdoctoral Fellow I who is interested in watershed nutrient cycling. The successful candidate will be involved in a collaborative NSF Critical Zone Network project aimed at measuring dust from source to sink areas. The candidate will contribute to ongoing research quantifying the biogeochemical and ecological consequences of dust deposition to remote mountain ecosystems. The postdoc will use watershed models and detailed dust composition data to determine the fate of dust nutrients in watersheds. Review of applications is ongoing and the position will remain open until filled.
This position is teleworkeligible 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.
Overview of the project: The research project explores the STEM identity development of refugee youth. You can learn more about the project here: https://www.informalscience.org/investigating-development-stem-positive-identities-refugee-teens-physics-out-school-time-experience. We are looking for a research assistant to help with data collection, transcription, translation (Swahili-English) and data analysis.
Utah State University Moab (USU Moab) offers a Career and Technical Education (CTE) program coordinator position (Program Coordinator II). As part of USU's mission to make its academic programs accessible throughout the state, the position will be physically located at the USU Moab Center in Moab, Utah and support the surrounding areas.
Under the direction of the Associate Vice President for Moab Campus and in collaboration with the Aviation and Technical Education Department Head, the CTE program coordinator plans, implements, and evaluates USU Moab CTE programs offered for university credit and non-credit, short-term, and workforce related training. The position works with internal and external entities within USU Moab's service area to align CTE training programs offerings with high priority needs as defined by industry advisory committee input. The position prioritizes and allocates CTE training resources by planning high school to post-secondary pathways. The CTE program coordinator provides faculty support and actively develops and promotes strategic growth initiatives; creates industry partnerships and work-based learning placement opportunities; supports local and state data requests/reporting requirements for the Grand County area; and works with CTE faculty on spending priorities for departmental programs.