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This position consists of full-time employment through Utah State University's Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Science department. Duties include routine goat husbandry, goat kidding and neonatal care, along with data management and record keeping for research projects with livestock. Must be willing and able to work weekend/odd hours during lambing and kidding season February - July. Experience with livestock animals is necessary. Kidding/lambing experience is necessary. Overall knowledge of goat and sheep physiology and care is necessary. Laboratory experience is preferred. Excellent communication, data management and ability to coordinate studies is preferred.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the College of Science at Utah State University invites applications for a Lecturer beginning as early as fall semester 2022. This is a 9-month non-tenure-track position at the Logan campus. The role assignment for this position is: 90% teaching and 10% service. Preferred applicants will have already obtained a Ph.D. in Chemistry or Biochemistry. Applicants with an MS degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry and significant university level teaching experience may also be considered. Teaching duties will include teaching general chemistry and organic chemistry courses as well as organic chemistry teaching laboratories during the academic year. Serving on assigned department and College of Science committees is also expected. Applicants should be able to provide evidence of proficiency in teaching, the ability to serve as a mentor and advisor to students, undergraduate and graduate student teaching assistants, and the ability to work productively and cooperatively with colleagues. This faculty position is affiliated with a College of Science cluster hire to enhance justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) efforts in science and mathematics disciplines https://www.usu.edu/science/faculty-staff/jedi-stem.
Daily delivery driver as well as assisting in the production, packaging and storage of dairy products. Assisting in the cleaning & sanitation of dairy processing equipment, utensils and operational rooms. Set up and preparation of equipment and area for next days production.
Part Time less than 29 hours per week as scheduled.
Aggie Ice Cream Sales Lead! All Shifts/Positions: $$$ New starting wage !! $14.00/hr. + TIPS!!!
Manage up to 12 employees at a time. Manage opening/closing shifts. Experience with counting tills and money, helping customers with concerns and products.
General experience opening/closing store, cashiering, scooping, stocking, rotating ice cream, cleaning, helping customers, handling details, large groups and vendor orders.
Be part of the Aggie Ice Cream team!! Must have an outgoing personality and excellent customer service skills. Management experience preferred but not required. Must have a current food handlers permit.
The Custodian will be responsible for cleaning university buildings, vacuuming, trash removal, dusting, recycling, restroom maintenance, light-bulb replacement, etc. Starts at $11.00/hour.
This is an On-Campus ACA Variable Hourly position. Will work at least 20 hours/week with opportunity to work more hours during holidays.
The Aggie Chocolate Factory is seeking applicants to work as a cashier. Work hours are ours will be Mon – Fri 9 AM - 7 PM, Sat 11 AM – 7 PM.
Must be able to work during Thanksgiving week and some holidays.
The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum is looking to hire a Gift Shop/Front Desk Clerk, who will assist with admissions, memberships, and all things pertaining to the museum’s gift shop.
The Paleontology Technician at the Prehistoric Museum will work with the Curator of Paleontology, Chief Preparator, and Collections Manager on a Bureau of Land Management grant-funded project to prepare, conserve, and house fossils from the museum’s Price River #2 quarry. PR-2 is a prolific site in the Cedar Mountain Formation, from which the holotype of the ankylosaur Peloroplites and an unnamed sauropod dinosaur were excavated. Over 1000 elements have been prepared from the site, with a number of bones still left to be prepared. The primary goal of this grant is to rehouse sauropod and ankylosaur bones from the site in archival storage jackets, and a majority of this internship will be devoted to rehousing previously prepared specimens. The technician will also assist with preparation of fossils from the quarry and digitization of quarry maps, field notes, and lab notes. The technician will also have the opportunity to join museum field expeditions in eastern and central Utah, assuming adequate progress is made towards the objectives of the grant.
**One position is available for 12 weeks, 40 hours/week, preferably between June 1 and August 24, 2022. Start and end dates are flexible, but this internship must be completed by September 31, 2022. Compensation will be $15/hour. Housing is available in a campus dormitory for $100/week from June 1 – August 24. This position will be based in Price, Utah.**
Multiple positions are available to work with Utah State University Wildland Resources faculty in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management Vernal Field Office (VFO) to conduct field work in the Uintah Basin of Northeastern Utah to:
- Perform Threatened & Endangered plant surveys
- Assess changes in T & E plant population densities
Botany Crew Interns will support the management mandate of the VFO to monitor Threatened & Endangered plant populations. Known populations will be visited and known specimens will be monitored. Additional unmapped specimens within known populations will be marked with UTMs. Work proposed here will generate spatial data of plant localities and provide a comparison to assess whether populations have changed since previous surveys.
Positions are funded for no more than 29 hrs/wk for 14 weeks each, May 9th-June 30th or August 12th. Preference will be given to qualified Utah State University students. Preference will also be given to applicants that can be present during the entire field season. Crew member compensation will be $15/hr. and Crew lead compensation will be $17.00/hr. No housing is provided with this position. The duty station for these positions is Vernal, Utah.
Interns will make field observations of wildlife or vegetation according to protocol, collect data, and enter data. They will collaborate with teammates and the crew lead to collect and assemble a high quality data set in an efficient manner. Work may be conducted in a team setting or independently. Review of applicants will begin 1 April 2022 and continue until all positions are filled.
The admissions and communications assistant position at the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) is a student/hourly position designed to assist SGS staff in achieving marketing, recruitment, and administrative objectives. This position works closely with the SGS marketer and the SGS admissions officers and will provide support in a wide variety of areas including events, digital content creation, strategy and planning, internal and external communications, survey research, data management, and graphic design.
- Flexible hours (10-25 per week based on interest and availability).
- Flexible tasks (you’ll have a lot of say in the kinds of responsibilities you’d like to try or take on).
- Telework eligible but at times will be required to work in the office
- Occasional work on weekends and outside of the typical 8-5 workday.
- Hourly wage starts at $14.00/hour.
USU Eastern in Price, Utah is accepting applications for a part-time bus driver & motor pool assistant with Class B license or better, no air brake restrictions/with a passenger endorsement. Utah State University Eastern Motor Pool buses service athletic teams, student activities, and faculty/staff events.
This position reports directly to the Box Office Manager and works in a collaborative environment with CCA faculty and staff, other University groups, and USU students and patrons.
This job posting is specifically for the 2022 Summer Season. If you will not be in Logan for the summer, please do not apply to this job posting. Position will start in April and can extend into Fall 2022 semester.
All Shifts - $$$ New starting wage !! $12.00/hr. + TIPS!!!
Be part of the exciting environment & team at Aggie Ice Cream, outgoing personality and excellent communication skills are required. Experience preferred but not required. Able to obtain a food handlers permit if hired.
Within the Office of Analysis, Assessment & Accreditation, and under the direction of its Executive Director, the Outcomes and Assessment Specialist (Data Analyst SR) serves as a primary resource for the University’s academic program assessment activities. They track, evaluate, and support program assessment efforts at the departmental level; provide support and training to college and departmental faculty and administrators undertaking these assessment activities; integrate assessment activities and results with regional (NWCCU) accreditation standards and processes; disseminate information and best practices among university constituents and stakeholders; and manage and maximize the benefit of the university’s IDEA/Campus Labs Student Ratings of Instruction system.
Reporting to the Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel, this attorney advises the University’s academic and administrative units on a variety of legal matters with a focus on employment law, including, ADA, federal and state nondiscrimination laws, wage and hour laws, privacy laws, workplace safety, and other areas assigned by the General Counsel or their designee. This position provides legal support for public record requirements and requests. This position may advise cross-functional committees and task forces.
This position is part of the Office of the General Counsel, which represents Utah State University. This position is based in Logan, but responsibilities may involve service to all campuses and centers in the University system.
This position is eligible for hybrid telework within the state of Utah, subject to USU’s policy and procedures.
The Event Assistant works under the direction of the Event Coordinator. This position will assist the Event Coordinator in preparing various logistical arrangements for conferences and events. The position requires assisting with logistical coordination, registration, data entry, financial management, and administrative tasks. Accurate logistical coordination for a conference and or event is crucial. Job duties include but are not limited to: abstract creation and management, speaker coordination and management, venue coordination, communication with conference/ event registrants, onsite service, and any miscellaneous tasks or assignments delegated by the Event Coordinator. While the Event Assistant is primarily assigned to assist a designated Event Coordinator, Event Assistants may work with other Event Coordinators as needed.
- 20-25 hours per week during the semesters. Hours can increase during the event seasons.
- Event Assistants can work with the Event Coordinator to accommodate class schedules but are expected to primarily work Monday to Friday between 8 am to 5 pm. Depending on conference and or event schedules, the Event Assistant should expect to work some evenings and weekends throughout the year. Ability and availability to travel is required for some conferences and or events.
This key hotel position is responsible for staffing and acting as a front desk agent answering phones, registering guests, accepting payments, and providing outstanding customer service. This is an On-Campus ACA Variable Position
This key hotel position is responsible for staffing and acting as a front desk agent during the overnight shift from 11:00 pm to 7 am, answering phones, registering guests, accepting payments, and providing outstanding customer service. This is an On-Campus ACA Variable Position
We invite applicants for two nine-month, one-year, Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows in Communication Studies positions in the Department of Communication Studies & Philosophy at Utah State University with a start date of August 1, 2022. This position is renewable for up to three years, contingent upon funding and performance.
Review of applicants begins March 28, 2022, and continues until the position is filled.
Any further questions, contact Dr. Sydney O’Shay at Sydney.Oshay@usu.edu
The Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences at Utah State University invites applications for a 9-month academic year, non-tenure track appointment as an Equine Lecturer. The role assignment for this position is 95% teaching and 5% service.
Estimated start date is August 1, 2022