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The Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences at Utah State University is seeking to fill a full-time (9 month) tenure-track Assistant Professor position in our Food Science program. The role for this position is 50% research, 45% teaching, and 5% Service. Applicants must have a PhD in Food Science or related area. Candidates will be expected to establish an extramurally funded and nationally recognized program of research that complements or expands existing departmental research in the area of Food Science.
The department is interested in candidates with experience and interest in the sustainability of post-production food systems including processing, packaging, safety, distribution, energy use and waste handling with interest in working with interdisciplinary teams to identify and implement science-driven solutions to problems related to food.
The proposed start date is August 1, 2023
The Executive Director of the Sponsored Programs Office (SPO) at Utah State University (USU) reports to the Vice President for Research (VPR) and leads the operations and management of SPO, including oversight of administrative processes for pre-award activities, award management, closeout, and compliance with Federal and other relevant regulations for sponsored research, grants and contractual agreements. Working arrangement options include full time in-office, full or part-time telework, or flexible telework.
Be a part of USU in Brigham! We are looking for new members to join our team that supports local students! This position works with Interactive Broadcast instructors and students to ensure a beneficial learning environment. A typical shift is spent greeting students and community members that come to campus, troubleshooting basic technology needs, and ensuring that the building is prepared for the next day’s classes. This part-time, non-benefited position works in Brigham, UT. The position hours and days may change each semester but are mostly evenings on Monday through Thursday.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHaSS) at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for a founding Director of the newly created Heravi Peace Institute (HPI). Applicants will be considered at the rank of tenured Associate or Full Professor, in a social sciences or humanities discipline, or—depending on credentials and experience—as an advanced Professional Practice (non-tenure track) rank. Reporting to the Dean of the college, the Director will also be appointed to a faculty position (associate or full professor) in an academic department within the College. Rank and status are dependent on the Director’s qualifications and experience. For this hybrid administrative-faculty position, we seek to hire an individual with a proven track record of excellence in leadership, teaching, research and/or praxis in peace and/or transformative conflict. The ideal candidate will demonstrate success in fundraising, grant-writing, and public outreach. This position is located on the Logan campus, with the responsibility to make Institute programming accessible to USU’s statewide students and campuses. The Director will confer with a faculty advisory board who will provide ideas, opinions, and feedback. This is a fiscal-year position with an anticipated start date of August 2023.
Part-time, on campus job with an extremely flexible schedule! Event Staff is responsible for working as a team as well as solo, to ensure that events hosted by USUE run smoothly. Come in during your spare time to help prepare for events or sign up to work scheduled shifts/events.
The Sponsored Programs Office is looking for a motivated, dynamic, highly organized individual to join our team as a Grant and Contract Officer. This position will have a meaningful impact on faculty, staff, the development of our office, and will have the opportunity for significant professional development and career advancement within our office. This position is currently available for telework, standard work hours will be 8am-5pm.
The Grant and Contract Officer (GCO) position will provide support for the submission, administration, negotiation, processing, and close out of grants, contracts, and other agreements for sponsored research projects across the University. The GCO will follow established processes and procedures and provide expertise, oversight, and support to assigned colleges, departments, faculty, principal investigators, and project staff. The GCO serves as the primary point of contact on matters related to their assigned sponsored projects and will be proficient in compliance monitoring and reporting, uniform guidance interpretations, contracting and negotiation, and sponsor relationships.
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 Lecturer, or Professional Practice Assistant Professor of Plumbing. The relative weights for this position is 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 Eastern Campus in Price, Utah.
This position is a non-tenure track academic-year (nine-month) appointment plus 2 months of summer funding budgeted for this position. An additional month of salary may be available based upon external funding sources and/or departmental opportunities. The primary role assignment is teaching and the successful candidate will teach undergraduate career and technical education courses to students pursuing Plumbing certificates and degrees with a focus upon southeast Utah. The major focus of this position is to build stackable pathways in a 2+2+2 model with concurrent enrollment, focused Plumbing training, culminating in technical education certificates, and further stackablity into AAS and BS degrees based upon industry needs. The target is to provide opportunities for students and to develop a skilled Plumbing workforce in Southeast Utah. All faculty members are also expected to make positive contributions to the University through a service role.
Estimated start date is January 1, 2023.
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 Lecturer, or Professional Practice Assistant Professor of Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC). The relative weights for this position is 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 Eastern Campus in Price, Utah.
This position is a non-tenure track academic-year (nine-month) appointment plus 2 months of summer funding budgeted for this position. An additional month of salary may be available based upon external funding sources and/or departmental opportunities. The primary role assignment is teaching (95%) and the successful candidate will teach undergraduate career and technical education courses to students pursuing HVAC certificates and degrees with a focus upon southeast Utah. The major focus of this position is to build stackable pathways in a 2+2+2 model with concurrent enrollment, focused HVAC training, culminating in technical education certificates, and further stackablity into AAS and BS degrees based upon industry needs. The target is to provide opportunities for students and to develop a skilled HVAC workforce in Southeast Utah. All faculty members are also expected to make positive contributions to the University through a service role (5%).
Estimated start date is January 1, 2023.
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 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.
An opening for a Mandarin language teacher assisting iPACE for second language learning activities including curriculum development within the iPACE program at USU. iPACE is an international partnership in agriculture, climate & environment, which encourages cooperation through exchange programs with Asian partner universities. iPACE collaborates with USU 4H program and Taiwan's NCHU Language Center to design community courses with the learning-by-doing concepts embedded in these courses. The program provides practical and hands-on experience to help students learn Chinese language and culture
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a Maintenance Technician position with the Bastian Agricultural Center. Incumbents in the Maintenance Technician series maintain and repair equipment, machinery, appliances, utilities, buildings, facilities, fixtures, and systems at the Bastian Agricultural Center in South Jordan, Utah. The scope of duties may be highly diversified depending upon the needs of events, programs, etc.
Utah State University is searching for an Assistant/Associate Professor to develop and teach courses related to agricultural systems technology. The program is looking to focus on Agricultural Systems Technologies (e.g., Agricultural Processing & Automation, Geospatial Technology for Agriculture, Environmental & Resource Management, Agricultural Machinery & Technology, Agribusiness, and Agricultural Operations). This is a tenure-track teaching position with a 9-month appointment. The successful applicant will reside in the Department of Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education (ASTE). The position will be filled no later than August 1, 2023, as classes will begin on August 28, 2023. This position will be approximately 65% teaching, 30% research, and 5% service.
Utah State University’s School of Teacher Education and Leadership (TEAL) invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in the science of reading (SOR), beginning August 2023. Reviews of applications will begin January 1, 2023 and continue until the position is filled. This position is not eligible for remote work.
This position is a nine-month, academic-year appointment with the opportunity for summer employment. The position is located on USU’s main campus in Logan, Utah. The ideal candidate will be a promising researcher and an expert teacher educator capable of using a variety of delivery modalities (face-to-face, hybrid, online, and web broadcast). This faculty member is expected to teach undergraduate, master’s and doctoral science of reading courses. In addition, faculty members in the science of reading have opportunities to collaborate on research projects with other state-appointed science of reading colleagues, as well as collaborate with colleagues in the practicing profession. The new tenure-track Assistant Professor will join a vital group of more than 35 faculty in TEAL – 28 located on the Logan campus and 7 on Statewide campuses.
Using an extensive knowledge base in theoretical and practice-oriented research, TEAL nurtures a vision of effective, equitable educational experiences for all students and seeks to provide leadership in the science of reading. Such leadership includes excellent teaching and practical, empirical research. TEAL seeks applicants who share this vision and welcome the opportunity to join a strong program to make contributions at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Inquiries may be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Nicole Pyle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science at Utah State University invites applications for a 9-month, tenure-track faculty position (60% teaching, 35% research and 5% service) at the Assistant Professor level with teaching and research interests in the area of dietetics, human nutrition and public health.
Estimated start date is August 1, 2023
The USU Salt Lake Center wants you to join their dynamic team of Classroom Facilitators. Classroom Facilitators contribute their talents to staff, faculty, and students to achieve the mission of the University. This is a non-benefited position with a daytime schedule that allows for a great work/life balance. We have 2 positions open with the hours Mon-Fri from either 8:00 am-12:00 pm or 11:00 am- 4:00 pm (5 hours/day, 25 hours/week). Classroom Facilitators work with Interactive Video Conferencing (IVC) and Zoom to ensure a beneficial learning environment. Candidates must have a basic knowledge of computers, but additional training will be provided.
If you desire to work in a great team environment and meet the qualifications, we welcome your application.
The Utah State University Department of Wildland Resources and the Ecology Center are seeking applications for a full-time, 9-month tenure-track faculty position in quantitative population ecology. The position, to be filled at the Assistant Professor level, will be 50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service.
We seek an innovative scholar who develops and applies state-of-the-art quantitative approaches to advance empirical and theoretical understanding of fundamental and applied questions in population ecology. Specific themes of interest include development of new inferential techniques within maximum likelihood, Bayesian, or information theoretic-based frameworks, demography, spatial or movement ecology, conservation biology, trophic interactions, biological invasions, and the ecology and management of exploited populations. We are especially interested in candidates keen to develop research in the Intermountain West that will complement existing research programs in the Quinney College of Natural Resources and the Ecology Center in population and community ecology, wildlife ecology and management, disease ecology, environmental assessment and monitoring, restoration ecology, landscape and population genetics, physiological ecology, and ecological forecasting. Integrating with the department’s established researchers will be easiest for candidates with an interest in both applied and theoretical problems, experience operationalizing research for species restoration, conservation, or management, and/or the ability to translate modeling approaches across the plant-animal boundary.
Please contact the search committee chair, Peter Adler (email@example.com) with questions. Review of applications begins December 5, 2022. Anticipated start date: August 1, 2023.
For additional information see position flyer HERE
Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS; https://aggiewellness.usu.edu/logan/mentalwellness) is seeking therapists to provide individual therapy to students at a university counseling center and be part of a friendly and energetic team of interdisciplinary mental health professionals. These are part-time, non-benefited temporary positions on the USU-Logan campus for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023. Positions are flexible in terms of clinical hours. We are hiring counselors to maintain between 8 and 29 clinical hours per week. Clinicians hired to join our team 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.
The CRM Systems Administrator reports directly to the Senior CRM Systems Administrator within Admissions and works closely with the other members of the Admissions data team (Systems Administrator and Student Data Manager). The CRM Systems Administrator oversees specific projects within the CRM, as assigned, and serves as the first point of contact and support for the following USU offices: School of Graduate Studies, Colleges, and Concurrent Enrollment. Key components to this position are attention to detail, consistency, and customer service.
Utah State University (USU) invites nominations and applications for post-doctoral fellows in the Human Development and Family Studies department (HDFS). Multiple positions are available. Post-doctoral fellows will have access to multiple large data sets from diverse relationship education programs. The purpose of the postdoctoral fellowship is to prepare the fellow to assume research, Extension, faculty, and leadership positions in Relationship Education science, practice, and policy.
The fellows will play a key role in the execution of research studies of relationship education programs. See HealthyRelationshipsUtah.org. The relationship education programs include courses for individuals who are single, dating, married, divorced and remarried. Venues include high schools, jails, community agencies, etc. USU also administers and evaluates Utah’s online divorce education program, which is required for divorcing parties with children. See divorce.usu.edu. The fellows will also help evaluate the efforts of the Utah Marriage Commission, which includes podcasts, relationship assessments, and online courses. See StrongerMarriage.org.
The initial review of applications will commence in November 2022 and will continue until all fellowships are filled. Start dates are negotiable. The fellowships are initially funded at .75 FTE. Additional .25 FTE may be considered depending on productivity and funding. Remaining FTE may also be filled by teaching courses and/or working on other department projects, if desired. Fellowship will last for two years, with the option to extend depending on productivity and funding.