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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The individual chosen will be responsible for developing, communicating, and strengthening the brand image of the Shingo Institute, a program in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University.
This position will provide general custodial and maintenance services for the USU Kaysville Education Center, USU Davis County Extension offices, and USU Botanical Center buildings. This is a part-time, non-benefited position.
The Management Department of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University invites applications for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level to support and strengthen our programs in Human Resource Management. This academic-year (nine-month) faculty position will receive ample resources to support the development and maintenance of programs of excellence in both teaching and research. The position begins in Fall 2022.
Faculty in the Huntsman School of Business are also expected to provide leadership in their respective programs and to make meaningful contributions to the academic and professional communities. Salary is competitive and based on the candidate's qualifications and experience. Summer teaching and research grants may also be available. An excellent benefits package includes retirement programs, life, medical, dental, and disability insurance.
This is an hourly full-time, two-year temporary position working under the direction of the University Marketing and Communications (UMAC) Art Director. Its primary responsibility is to support the UMAC design team by taking their creative work into production and managing the team's digital assets. The ideal candidate will have an excellent Adobe Creative Cloud working skill set, and a willingness to become technically expert within Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, and Lightroom. The candidate will also have a comprehensive understanding of visual communication principles, as well as a basic understanding of marketing and advertising design.
As Design Production Coordinator you will:
- Spearhead the production components of all materials created by the UMAC design team.
- Ensure all digital files are properly prepared and archived.
- Be a creative leader within UMAC, i.e., offering solutions to digital asset management, as well as creative and production processes.
This position involves rare plant surveys and monitoring across the State of Utah to assist with prioritization of conservation plans and actions. Our team is responsible for tracking Utah's rare plants and maintain the database and information that is kept to assure the preservation of our natural botanical heritage. Assistance with written reports also expected.
USU Extension in Grand County is seeking a creative and positive person to work as a program and staff assistant to Extension faculty. Hours will be Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm in the USU Extension office in Grand County. This is a full-time benefited position. Applicants should be able to work well independently and in a team. Some evening and weekend work may be necessary.
The Jr Aggies Academy Caregiver position will consist of engaging children in learning and play activities. Time will be spent among the children, playing and providing learning opportunities and help with language development. The Child Caregiver will also provide for children's everyday needs such as, feeding, cleaning and helping with rest times. These positions are on the Blanding campus.
This position is for Fall Semester and beyond.
Do you want Flexible hours? A great culture? Real opportunities for advancement?
University Catering creates and serves at events for a wide array of groups in Cache Valley with a major emphasis on the campus community. Events happen at all times of the day and can range from weddings to conferences, staff meetings to Presidential inaugurations, and summer cookouts to Christmas parties.
As a catering server, you would help us to create and serve at all these different types of events. We have great opportunities for advancement and developing real skills.
We need your help to keep University Catering an uplifting and innovative place to work.
On-Campus ACA Variable Position.
US Work Authorization is REQUIRED.
Pay ranges from $7.75 to $8.50 depending on experience.
Meals are provided with most shifts.
We are seeking technicians to assist with vegetation surveys in sagebrush-steppe and mixed conifer-aspen forests in Spanish Fork, Utah. Surveys will assist with research examining the response of wildlife to fire and cattle density. Technicians may also have the opportunity to assist with camera trapping.
Sampling will occur over two periods: May 17 - June 18 and July 19 - August 20. One technician is needed for each sampling period. Technicians will work 40 hours/week, with weekends off. Preference will be given to technicians who are available for both sampling periods. Applicants who are not available for a full sampling period but are interested in working for a week or two are also welcome.
Custom Fit (CF) Training specialist will work directly under the CF Regional Coordinator. They will oversee most of the administrative and operational activities for the Moab region CF Program in Grand County. Responsibilities will also extend into Carbon, Emery, and San Juan Counties in Southeastern Utah. As CF Specialist they conduct industry job/training needs analysis and establishes training agreements to address those needs. Plans and designs performance-based training for companies and industries located primarily in the Moab area. They will coordinate with instructors to develop and deliver the training which is identified in customized training plans. They Custom Fit industry project and training records to comply with state and institutional requirements, processes, procedures, & reporting.
In addition, the specialist may oversee all educational workshops and other events offered by the Center and its partners that provide management training to small business owners in the area. The specialist works closely with other regional CF specialists and directors from around the State and coordinates relevant activities internally within Utah State University's colleges and departments.
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 may change each semester but are mostly evenings on Monday through Thursday. Must be available to work Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
The Crop Physiology Laboratory at Utah State University has an opening for Postdoctoral Research Fellow I with background in controlled environment crop physiology and production. https://caas.usu.edu/labs/cpl/.
This position is funded by three sources:
1) A NASA grant that seeks to improve food production on Mars https://cubes.space/
2) A USDA grant that seeks to improve the efficiency of horticultural lighting on Earth https://www.hortlamp.org/
3) A consortium of growers who seek to optimize quality of botanical medicines from crops in the genus Cannabis.
Estimated start date for these positions is August 1, 2021.
Utah State University's Department of Plants, Soils and Climate seeks applications for a full-time 9-month tenure-track faculty position in Weed Science at the Assistant Professor level. Responsibilities of this position are 65% research, 30% teaching and 5% service. The successful candidate is expected to teach integrated weed management at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and build an externally funded nationally and internationally recognized research program relevant to the management of weeds in agronomic crops, horticultural crops, and natural landscapes.
Responsible for all administrative tasks pertaining to SBDC/CF Department Functions.