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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 4 - July 14. 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 3 female team leaders. Job offer contingent upon successfully passed background check.
This position is responsible for producing compelling content that strategically communicates the goals and vision of the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services (EEJCEHS). The Director of PR and Marketing (Public Relations Specialist III) reports directly to the Dean of EEJCEHS and will (1) strategically lead and advocate for communicating the goals and successes of EEJCEHS to the University, the state, the nation, and the world; and (2) effectively supervise the EEJCEHS Public Relations and Marketing team on creative communication projects. Applicant must have a flexible work schedule for projects that go beyond the typical workday.
This position is eligible for excellent benefits including: 13 paid holidays, earn 12 days of paid leave and 12 days of sick leave per year, 50% tuition reduction for employee and spouse, competitive health benefits packages and a generous contribution into your retirement. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2022-2023
Job offer is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.
Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter is seeking educators to act as camp leads during Summer Camp 2023 (May through August). Educators will lead and assist in a wide variety of educational programs that take place both on the Swaner Preserve and in the EcoCenter. Educators will utilize experiential, inquiry, and place-based pedagogy to provide meaningful nature-based camp experiences to youth entering Kindergarten through 8th grades in half-day and full-day week-long camps.
American Sign Language Interpreter
The College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) at Utah State University (USU) and Utah Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (UVDL) invites applications for a full-time, fiscal year (12-month),non-tenure track, clinical assistant professor position in veterinary clinical pathology. This is a one-year temporary position that is renewable annually for up to two additional years, depending upon continued need and funding availability. Applications received by February 15, 2023 will be considered in the initial evaluation process, and candidate review will continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is March 1, 2023.
The UVDL (https://www.usu.edu/uvdl/) is a cooperative effort led by the USU CVM (https://vetmed.usu.edu/) and the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF; https://ag.utah.gov/) to provide diagnostic veterinary services to, not only veterinarians and producers in the state of Utah, but also the surrounding Intermountain region and numerous public and private research entities. The UVDL is accredited by the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD), and offers competitive diagnostic services in clinical pathology, anatomic pathology, molecular biology, serology, bacteriology, virology, and parasitology. Public and private research endeavors supported by the UVDL include but are not limited to studies involving infectious diseases, toxicology, animal molecular genetics, reproductive biology and development, nutrition and growth biology, and cloning and stem cell biology.
The successful applicant will join a team at the UVDL main laboratory branch in Logan, Utah, which includes one board-certified clinical pathologist (not including this position), five board-certified anatomic pathologists, one research scientist, one quality assurance manager, anatomic pathology residents, graduate students, laboratory technicians, and administrative support staff.
The UVDL clinical pathology laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation (Sysmex XN-1000V, DiaSys 910R-VET, and Immulite 2000) and staffed by an ASCP-certified medical technologist. Clinical pathology services include automated hematology, clinical chemistry, and endocrinology as well as manual cytology, fluid analysis, and urinalysis. Caseload submissions are diverse and range from food and companion animals to laboratory animals and wildlife. The clinical laboratory is also dedicated to educating current and future veterinarians, and does so through pre-clinical teaching to Year 2 veterinary students, clinical training to resident and graduate students, and also continuing education to practitioners sponsored by the USU CVM, the Cache Valley Veterinary Practitioners Association (CVPA), and the Utah Veterinary Medical Association (UVMA).
USU Blanding is seeking applicants for a Program Assistant III to support the NASNTI (Native Americans Servicing Non-Tribal Institutions) II Grant. Incumbents in the Program Assistant series perform a combination of program-related and/or administrative functions that support community, social, instructional, and/or research programs; and/or coordinate people, events, or facilities.
This is a grant-funded position contingent on funding.
The Department of Wildland Resources (WILD) in the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources at Utah State University seeks applicants for an Assistant Professor of Wildland Fire. The role statement for the position consists of 80% extension, 10% teaching, and 10% service, and will be based in Logan, Utah on the USU campus, with an anticipated (but negotiable) start date of July 1, 2023. This is a fiscal-year (12-month) position.
The successful applicant is expected to bring substantial expertise from outside academia, and the position may be filled as a Tenure-Track or Professional Practice Assistant Professor position. The Tenure-Track Position will be 0.8 FTE, and the successful applicant will be encouraged to write grants to support an additional 0.2 FTE salary. The Professional Practice position will be 1.0 FTE. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Job Posting Flyer
For full consideration, application must be received by March 10, 2023.
The mentor is responsible for working with student - athletes who are experiencing academic difficulties and/or have newly matriculated to Utah State University. 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 own learning.
Utah State University’s Department of Plants, Soils and Climate seeks applications for a full-time 9 month tenure-track faculty position as a Controlled-environment agriculture Assistant Professor. The successful applicant of this research (55%), teaching (40%), and service (5%) position will develop a nationally and internationally recognized, extramurally funded research program that integrates basic and applied science to develop and optimize controlled environment production systems for high value crops. Teaching is a vital part of this position, and the successful applicant will teach courses in whole-plant physiology and production of high value vegetables.
Areas of emphasis could include the development of technologies and cultural practices that facilitate water recycling and improve water use efficiency, increases in efficiency of production or improvements in product quality, optimization of mineral nutrition using hydroponics and soilless substrates, optimization of production with CO2 enrichment, energy efficient sources for heating and cooling, advanced lighting technologies, and the identification and selection of novel high-value crops with relevance to Utah producers. This position offers the opportunity to cooperate with our 40-year legacy of NASA-funded research on food production for deep space missions, which has direct implications for closed-system food production on Earth.
Estimated start date is August 1, 2023. Reviews will begin Feb. 28, 2023 but applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled
The USU Athletics Academic Coordinator (Student Success Advisor) will support the academic needs of student-athletes in assigned sports and assist in the day-to-day operation of Student-Athlete Academic Services (SAAS). Sports will be assigned upon hiring.
The Academic Coordinator (Student Success Advisor) assists student-athletes with academic progress in areas including academic study skills and learning strategies; educates student-athletes on NCAA, conference, and institutional eligibility requirements; and, in conjunction with campus advisors, guides student-athletes on course and major selection and career planning. The Academic Coordinator meets with student-athletes on a regular basis to monitor academic progress and review eligibility status. Additionally, the Academic Coordinator will provide detailed reports and updates to coaches, compile semester grade/eligibility reports, and assist with the preparation of each assigned team’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) and Graduation Success Rate (GSR). The Academic Coordinator participates in recruiting activities, orientation, and SAAS events.
This position reports to the Director for Student-Athlete Academic Services.
The Classroom Facilitator works with Interactive Broadcast instructors and students to ensure a beneficial learning environment. This part-time, non-benefited position works in Kaysville, UT. The position hours and days are daytime shifts with some occasional evening shifts.
Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is seeking a Staff Therapist 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. Currently, CAPS-Statewide has four therapists each serving their respective campuses (Brigham City, Salt Lake City, Price, and the Uintah Basin), as well as other USU-Statewide students that don't have access to a physical USU campus or education center. This position will be based out of the USU-Blanding campus and primary interactions with other CAPS colleagues will be maintained remotely through Zoom, email, or phone.
The primary responsibility for this position is to serve USU-Blanding students (mainly Navajo and Native American students), faculty, and staff, and the successful candidate will also collaborate with other CAPS Statewide therapists to provide services to the entire USU Statewide system. Main duties include mental health services and outreach to students, consultation with faculty and staff, and professional training to masters and undergraduate students. Staff therapists 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, and social-economic status.
As part of a 5-year federal grant, we are hiring a Fatherhood Education Coordinator (FEC) to serve the Duchesne/Uintah counties and surrounding areas in-person, as well as virtually throughout the state. The Fatherhood Education Coordinator will be responsible for implementing family life education programming targeted to justice-involved fathers. Programming promotes father involvement, effective co-parenting, and successful reentry. “Justice-Involved” includes, but is not limited to, fathers within the Department of Corrections, County Jails, Adult Probation and Parole, Addiction Recovery, etc. This position will be a wage-hourly, non-benefited position. Continued employment is contingent upon on-going grant funding. The Fatherhood Education Coordinators must have a strong desire to strengthen the roles of justice-involved fathers. Curriculum-based courses will be taught virtually and in-person in partnership with correctional facilities and adult probation & parole offices in the listed geographical area and throughout the state. Requirements include reliable transportation to get to partnership venues and a quiet home/workspace from which to facilitate online classes. Fatherhood Education Coordinators will be expected to work independently, remotely, and as a team.
Utah State University, through its membership in the Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (SWCASC), seeks a postdoctoral researcher (Postdoctoral Fellow II) as part of the National Climate Adaptation Science Center’s Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program.
Utah State University's Department of Physics in the College of Science is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher (Postdoctoral Fellow II):
The Atmospheric Waves Experiment (AWE) is the first dedicated NASA mission to investigate global gravity waves (GWs) properties in the upper atmosphere and their impacts on the ionosphere-thermosphere-mesosphere (ITM). An Infrared imager (Advanced Mesospheric Temperature Mapper or AMTM) will operate onboard the International Space Station during two years, measuring the intensity of selected spectral lines of the hydroxyl (OH) emission layer, around 87 km altitude. The raw image data will be processed to derive the mesospheric temperature, and to measure GW parameters with a near-global coverage. The AWE science objectives are: 1. to quantify the seasonal and regional variabilities and influences of GWs near the mesopause (~87 km altitude), 2: to identify the dominant dynamical processes controlling GWs, 3: to estimate the wider role of GWs in the ITM. The USU Physics department will host the AWE Science Operations Center (SOC).
Temporary position starting in November 2023.
Three years, with the possibility of continuing depending on funding.
The SBDC Business Consultant & Outreach (Business Consultant, Senior) works directly with the SPARC Director/SBDC Regional Director to create an outreach plan to impact the businesses using programs under the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Industry Certifications and Workforce Skills Training, Custom Fit, STIT, and Manufacturing Extension Service in Grand County, and the Four Corners Region. This position is budgeted for three years, but may be longer contingent upon funding.
Estimated start date is January 1, 2023.
Utah State University's Department of Physics in the College of Science is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher (Postdoctoral Fellow II).
The Antarctic Gravity Wave Imaging Network (ANGWIN) is a cooperative effort of six international Antarctic programs to collect continent-wide gravity wave (GW) measurements. The network capitalizes on existing optical and radar measurement capabilities around the Antarctic continent and at the South Pole. Utah State University operates several infrared (IR) all-sky mesospheric OH (hydroxyl) imagers, and Advanced Mesospheric Temperature Mapper (AMTM) instruments, to develop unprecedented resources for studying GW properties on a continental scale. ANGWIN represents a novel opportunity for the international Antarctic research community to work together producing "high impact" science well above that which can be achieved individually.
The main research goals for this project are:
- Further investigate the characteristics, sources and regional variability of GWs and quantify their impacts (fluxes) over Antarctica,
- Investigate the occurrence, global structure and variability of prominent mesospheric planetary waves (PWs) and their effects on GWs over Antarctica,
- Continue and enhance our international ANGWIN collaboration by involving other institutions and measurement capabilities to advance Antarctic mesospheric research.
Temporary position starting in September 2023 or earlier.
2 years, with the possibility of continuing depending on funding.
Simulated Veterinary Client to participate in the Clinical Communication Program at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Utah State University. The class occurs most Thursdays from 8-12 in March and April. Please check schedule before applying.
The CTE & Workforce Skill Training Coordinator & Outreach (Program Coordinator I) works directly with the SPARC Director & CTE Director to create an outreach plan to impact the programs under the program requirements: Trucking & Heavy Equipment, Industry Certification and Workforce Skills Training, Custom Fit, and Short Term Intensive Training (STIT) in San Juan County, Grand County, and the Four Corners Region. This position is budgeted for one year, but may be longer contingent upon funding.
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.