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The 4-H JMG and STEM Program Assistance will be responsible for supporting the implementation of the Junior Master Gardener program and STEM outreach for Utah 4-H. The program assistant will support 4-H Faculty and disseminate program information to 4-H and afterschool professionals throughout the state of Utah.
- Must be able to work effectively with and take direction from 4-H Staff
- Must have access to reliable transportation
- Flexible Schedule
The USU Department of Biological Engineering seeks an energetic, collaborative team player skilled in marketing and communication, stakeholder engagement, and team building to facilitate the department’s goals.
The Crop Physiology Laboratory at Utah State University has an opening for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with background in controlled environment Cannabis physiology and production. https://caas.usu.edu/labs/cpl/.
Incumbents in the Postdoctoral Fellow position are provided the opportunity for advanced academic preparation and research training often under the guidance of a supervising faculty mentor. Postdoctoral appointments are temporary by nature and are designed to develop the postdoctoral scholar as an independent researcher and to enhance their professional skills in academia. Positions are typically subject to the availability of funds.
The position is available immediately.
The Department of Physics of Utah State University invites applications for a two-year postdoctoral research position in theoretical high energy and gravitational physics, broadly understood. Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to, string theory, quantum field theory and black hole physics. The position will start in September 1, 2022.
Candidates should be in possession of a PhD in Theoretical Physics or related disciplines. They should be highly motivated individuals with strong research credentials and a proven track record of previous contributions to the field. They should possess strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to work in a research team environment. Previous experience in analytic computation software is desirable. Teaching opportunities at the upper undergraduate or graduate levels may be available.
Members of the theoretical high energy physics/gravity physics group at Utah State University include Maria J. Rodriguez, Charles Torre, Oscar Varela and James Wheeler. The group maintains close links with the Department of Mathematics.
Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2021. Applications will be considered until the position is filled.
Further inquiries should be addressed to Oscar Varela (Oscar.email@example.com).
The Garfield County Office of Utah State University Extension is seeking a qualified individual who would be responsible for providing enriching afterschool clubs for students. Instructor positions are available at all three Garfield County Sites (Bryce Valley, Escalante, and Panguitch). We need educators to teach a variety of subject matters; such as, but not limited to Sewing, STEM, Cake Decorating, Music, Art, Etc. Instructor may teach four or more days a week depending on program needs and instructor availability. Instructors need to be available Monday-Thursday 3:00pm-6:00pm (days they are teaching) and 12:00pm-1:30pm on Friday.
Pay is based on qualifications - positions start at $8.00/hour up to $12/hour.
The Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism is hiring four research assistants to assist with several visitor use monitoring and management projects throughout Utah. Specific duties include conducting on-site surveys with outdoor recreationists at various outdoor recreation access points (trailheads, forest roads, lakes/reservoirs, boat ramps, etc.) throughout National Forests, National Parks, National Monuments as well as at state parks throughout Utah. The data collected through the survey efforts will be used by the USDA National Forest Service, the National Park Service, and Utah State Parks to track visitation patterns and trends, estimate visitors' economic impact, evaluate the condition of outdoor recreation settings and outdoor recreation infrastructure.
The Family Resident Assistant (RA) is a full-time student single parent or spouse team (of which at least one spouse is a full-time student) who lives among, and interacts with, their peers in FHC. The RA is a member of the Residence Life Staff and actively participates in the development of a comprehensive Residence Life program. The RA is appointed for a specific contract year. Individuals should not apply for or accept a position if they cannot commit to the entire or remaining contract year (RAs should only give notice to leave at the end of each semester or summer). Reappointment is contingent upon successful job performance, requisite academic progress, favorable supervisory review by applicable professional staff, and the on-going needs of the overall Housing system.
The RA position, due to its live-in nature, requires willingness to be called into service at any time of the day or night in order to meet residents' needs as they arise. The RA will function as a peer resource, mentor, and advisor to residents. Therefore, availability, consistency, and interpersonal skills are of the utmost importance.
The RA is expected to serve as a role model and abide by all University and Housing policies. Furthermore, the RA is expected to adopt the goals of maintaining a safe, secure and comfortable living/learning environment. As a role model and a programmer, the RA is further fulfilling the University's mission for education and service. The RA is expected to maintain high academic standards and continuing full-time student status.
For more information please see the Job Description posted on http://usu.edu/housing/apply
All applicants must complete the application form found at https://forms.gle/HgT2oyi4UnsxPqa38.
Upward Bound serves first generation, low-income, academically disadvantaged high school students to help them develop the skills needed to become successful college students. By assisting selected participants in the development of appropriate educational goals, guiding them in decision-making, directing them to resources that provide assistance in making career and academic major choices, and providing opportunities to develop social skills, cultural competence, study skills, and writing skills. Office located in Blanding, Utah.
- (12-15 hours per week maximum X 36 weeks) Academic school year.
- Hourly - $18.31 hour Depending on education.
- Monday-Thursday 2:00 - 5:00 PM (flexible)
Under the direction of the Supervisor, the Study Hall Mentor will provide assistance to assigned student-athletes and help with:
- Schedule planning
- Setting goals
- Navigating Canvas
- Finding resources on campus
The Salt Lake County Office of Utah State University Extension seeks qualified individuals who would be responsible for providing enriching afterschool clubs for students. Clubs typically run 1.5 hours a day for 10 weeks. (There are 3 x 10 week long periods in this program). We need educators who have skill or are willing to learn skills in a variety of subject matters; such as, but not limited to Sewing, STEM, Cake Decorating, Music, Art, Etc. Each club required 2.5 hours/day/week and Educators can teach multiple clubs a week.
USU is accepting applications for candidates to tutor TRIO Talent Search participants in academic subjects such as English, math, science, foreign language, and study skills, as well as standardized test preparation, and assisting with financial literacy workshops and high school orientations.
These are part-time positions on an 'as needed' basis. Multiple positions are available at Grand County, Monticello, San Juan, Whitehorse, Monument Valley, and Red Mesa High schools
The USU Create Better Health (SNAP-ED) nutrition education program teaches nutrition lessons and cooking skills to low-income adults and youth who are Food Stamp eligible. Utah State University Extension Create Better Health nutrition education program in Beaver County is seeking a qualified individual to work part-time (20 hours per week depending on available grant funding) teaching nutrition and cooking skills to limited income adults and youth who are Food Stamp eligible. Familiarity with Food Stamp procedures and food distribution sites is desirable. Successful applicants will be required to recruit the clients they teach.
USU Retail Dining
Apply now for Fall employment. Please apply with resume and Fall 2021 Class Schedule (if student).
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USU Retail Dining is accepting applications for the following areas: Taco Time, Subway, Blue WOK, Scotsman, Ibis, Steeped (Starbuck's), The Quickstop, Luke’s Café on the Quad, Shaw’s 88 Kitchen and Noni's. Location of hire will be based on final interview, requests may be considered.
On-Campus ACA Variable Hours
US Work Authorization is REQUIRED.
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 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.
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.
The research group of Dr. Zhongquan (Charlie) Zheng (https://engineering.usu.edu/mae/faculty/charlie-zheng/index) in Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for a post-doctoral researcher position. The position is for one year, with possible renew for multiple years depending on performance and available funding. Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering, or closely related fields. Candidates must demonstrate experiences and quality publications in computational fluid dynamics (CFD), including but not limited to, immersed-boundary methods, reduced order modeling, wall-modeled large-eddy simulation, and flow control modeling with neural-network algorithms. In addition to a clear research focus, a successful applicant will also be expected to assist Dr. Zheng in mentoring graduate and undergraduate research assistants in the group, developing externally funded research programs, and participating in activities in professional societies. Anticipated start date is July 2021.
We seek an energetic, collaborative team player skilled in operating, maintaining, and managing biological engineering laboratory equipment and instrumentation to facilitate the department’s goals.
Two Undergraduate Technicians are needed to evaluate a water resources exhibit named Decisions Downstream at the Natural History Museum of Utah. The Technicians will conduct surveys with museum visitors to evaluate their experience and understanding of water resources decision-making. Students will be trained to administer surveys to museum visitors.
Successful applicants should have an interest in or willingness to learn about art-science exhibits, general public education, public surveys for external evaluation, and/or water resources decision-making.
Additional desired skills include: valid Utah driver’s license to perform essential job responsibilities, such as driving university vehicles and transporting materials, the ability to work independently, and a friendly demeanor with the public. Technicians may also help with data analysis, project synthesis, and paper writing, if desired.
On-Campus ACA Variable Hours
US Work Authorization is REQUIRED
This individual will work in the Aggie Tech Department of the Campus Store. The individual will be expected to:
*Be available to work Summer semester as well as Fall and Spring semesters.
*Be available to work 15 to 25 hours per week, be at work on time, and stay until the end of shifts.
*Be well-groomed and professional in appearance and conversation.
*Take the required training from various technology companies to become proficient in talking to customers about products.
*Learn how to use the Campus Store Point-of-Sale system and cash registers to correctly carry out transactions.
*Keep sales floor clean, re-stocked, and organized.
*Take the necessary training to become a certified Apple Service Technician.
*Take and pass the University required testing to drive a University vehicle.
*Perform any other tasks required by supervisor and/or Student Lead.
*Have the ability to lift 40 pounds, kneel, bend, reach above the head to lift products from tall shelves.
*Have prior knowledge of computers and technology products. This is helpful, but not required.