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Work as member of a team to assist with the setup, operation, and striking of audiovisual and other technical event related equipment in event spaces in multiple buildings including the Taggart Student Center, Eccles Conference Center, University Inn (5th Floor), David B. Haight Center, West Stadium Center, and other indoor and outdoor spaces.
The Housing Custodian will help students succeed by providing a clean, sanitary, and comfortable living environment.
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.
4-H After School is a grant funded program designed to help youth enjoy enriching club activities in out of school time. Club leaders instruct groups of youth through various curriculum over the school year.
The Department of Geosciences at Utah State University (USU), Logan, invites applications for an academic-year (9-month), tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Solid Earth Geohazards, anticipated to begin August 2023. Qualified applicants may be considered at the Associate level. We seek candidates who conduct innovative, interdisciplinary, and quantitative investigation of Earth processes that contribute to geologic hazards. Disciplinary expertise may include but is not limited to neotectonics, paleoseismology, geodesy, structural geology and lithospheric deformation, and subduction-zone geohazards.
On-Campus ACA Variable position. Laboratory/Field/Research technician may involve work in locations other than the Logan Campus/Utah. This is an open job posting used for specific jobs necessitated by individual faculty and center labs. Please only apply if a faculty or a supervisor has instructed you to do so.
Dr. Peter Adler (Utah State University) seeks research assistants to help implement and monitor a series of experiments focused on understanding how climate change will affect the trajectory of the cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion in the Intermountain West.
The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (http://www.mae.usu.edu/) at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant and Associate Professor levels. Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering, or closely related fields. Candidates will be considered at either the assistant or (untenured) associate professor level. The positions are tenure-track academic year (funded for 9-months) appointments. Although candidates in all areas of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering will be considered, preference may be given to those with demonstrated expertise in experimental combustion and propulsion (including atmospheric and space applications, small-sat propulsion, green-energy propulsion), or theoretical and computational hypersonic flow (including shock influenced chemical reaction in propulsion and boundary layers, hypersonic ionization, and non-equilibrium high-enthalpy flow). In addition to a clear research focus, successful applicants will also have a strong background in engineering fundamentals and will be expected at a minimum to: 1) develop a significant externally funded research program that includes a strong record of peer-reviewed publications and graduate mentorship, 2) effectively teach undergraduate and graduate courses, and 3) actively participate in assigned department and university duties, and demonstrate leadership in relevant technical societies.
Assist in, learn about, and/or perform general cabinetry work in the maintenance, repair, and construction of Housing facilities. Incumbents apply entry level (apprentice level) skills in conjunction with following instructions, technical knowledge and following established guidelines to accomplish assigned tasks. Incumbents work as part of a team, with direct supervision from a senior technician, to complete assigned projects.
Driver for the Aggie Shuttle on USU Campus. NO Commercial Driver licensing needed to start. Commercial Driver Licensing Training available equipment in the future, drive shuttle routes, work campus events. Excellent work environment, great student or retiree position. US Work Authorization is required.
The Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department at Utah State University (USU) seeks applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in the area of Composite Materials and Structures. Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering, or closely related fields. The positions is a tenure-track academic year (funded for 9-months) appointment. By collaborating with other faculty and local industry, the successful candidate will help the department of the newly established Center for the Design and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials.
In addition to a clear research focus in composite materials and structures, successful applicants will also have a strong background in engineering fundamentals and will be expected at a minimum to:
- develop a significant externally funded research program that includes a strong record of peer-reviewed publications and graduate mentorship,
- effectively teach undergraduate and graduate courses, and
- actively participate in assigned department and university duties, and demonstrate leadership in relevant technical societies.
The Environmental Biogeochemistry and Paleolimnology Lab at Utah State University led by Dr. Janice Brahney is seeking a full-time laboratory technician.
Our group researches the effect of climate change and direct anthropogenic disturbances on aquatic ecosystems. We analyze water, sediment, soil, organism, and atmospheric dust samples for elemental composition and occasionally work with algae and zooplankton (https://janicebrahney.weebly.com). Example projects include in the role of dust in fertilizing primary and secondary production in lake systems, the role of glacier recession and phenology on nutrient status and community composition in mountain lakes and rivers, paleolimnologic reconstruction of impaired lake systems, climate change impacts on catchment processes, the influence of beaver ponds on C, N, P, and metal cycling, plastic pollution, and contaminant transport through the atmosphere. The technician will also work with and assist associated faculty and their students in the Quinney College of Natural Resources who require the use of the facilities.
Salary is commensurate with experience. More information can be found here: https://www.usu.edu/hr/compensation/index. Benefits include health (medical and dental) insurance and a retirement plan to which the university contributes an amount equal to 14.2% of your gross salary, immediately vested and without requiring employee contributions.
The position has a start date of July 1, 2022 and will be initially for one year with the intention for the technician to stay on a long term basis. The position will be hired at either Level II or Level III - see below for qualifications.
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.
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
Part time diagnostician to support the diagnostic helpline (email, phone, walk-in) horticulture consultations.
The purpose of this part-time position is to help conduct innovative research on food selection by livestock.
The successful candidate will perform custodial and other miscellaneous duties to ensure that buildings are attractive, sanitary, and safe environments for students, staff, and public. They will follow daily, weekly, and monthly cleaning schedules for classrooms, kitchens, office areas, bathrooms, storage areas, and entrances. They will also direct other employees and oversee work activities for the purpose of ensuring assignments are completed in a safe, proper, and timely manner.
USU Police is currently seeking a Part-Time Utah State University Police Officer. The Interview Process will not begin until January 2022
The Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences (ADVS) at Utah State University (USU) is seeking applicants for an Assistant or Associate Professor. This is a 9-month (academic year) tenure-track faculty position in Ruminant Nutritional Physiology. The successful candidate will contribute to the Research (60%), Teaching (35%), and Service (5%) missions of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (CAAS) at USU. A candidate with a basic knowledge of the conditions that affect production agriculture in the western U.S. is preferred. Estimated start date is August 1, 2022.