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University Marketing & Communications is looking for a motivated and dependable student worker who will assist in creating, editing, and delivering engaging video content. We are looking for a videographer who has video production experience, is attentive to detail, and is open to feedback and collaboration.
This position would report to our Digital Journalist and work amongst the Strategic Communications team to help enhance the visual storytelling ability of the university.
Applications are now being accepted for classroom teaching aide-RtI Teaching Aide at Edith Bowen Laboratory School.
We prefer 6 hours a day but we are willing to work with your school schedule.
Do you thrive on learning and implementing new technologies and using them to ensure users have the tools and resources needed to be successful in their positions?
Do you enjoy evaluating, managing, and configuring desktop management systems such as Intune, JAMF and group policies to make desktop management and support more efficient, effective, supportable and secure?
Would you like to understand the business needs of the university community and ensure technology tools meet their needs in the classroom and workspaces, while ensuring the security of their data and that of the university?
Come and help us grow and improve the IT Service Desk through technology, training and implementation of standards, policies, and procedures, while helping us stay ahead of changing environments and technology as our IT Service Desk Systems & Application Administrator. This position will be hired as either a Systems Administrator level I, II or III based upon qualifications and duties assigned. Please see the Qualifications section below.
The Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences at Utah State University (USU) is seeking applicants for a 12-month (fiscal year) tenure-track faculty position in Food Animal Production that will contribute to the Extension (70%), Teaching (25%), and Service (5%) missions of the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (CAAS) at USU. The successful candidate will be responsible for statewide educational and service programs that support small acreage or small-scale animal production operations (e.g., annual gross cash farm income <$350,000), focusing on livestock meat production, such as beef cattle, sheep, goats, and swine. These programs and support services should address needs in managing animal health, welfare, nutrition, and reproduction, as well as managing farm operations (e.g., sustainable practices, waste handling, new technologies, and operation scaling). The successful candidate will also develop programs and engage in outreach to help these producers meet growing market demands through fostering innovation, promoting entrepreneurship, creating value-added products, and expanding niche markets for the livestock industry. In addition to conducting educational outreach programs through traditional channels such as seminars, workshops, one-on-one consultations, Extension Fact Sheets, and bulletins/handbooks, newer methodologies should be utilized, such as distance education (e.g., interactive video conferencing) or electronic/social media (e.g., blogs, webinars, developing and expanding online learning courses/tools, etc.) to broaden the impact and reach of Extension training. The incumbent will be expected to remain current with innovations relevant to food animal production – particularly livestock – including interpretation of original research involving reproduction, breeding/genetics, nutrition, management, economics, etc., and determine how such novel information applies to small-scale Utah agricultural animal producers.
Excellence in teaching and mentorship is highly valued at USU. The successful candidate will be expected to teach ADVS courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, such as ADVS 5080/6080 Beef Cattle Management and ADVS 1100 Small Scale Animal Production. The teaching assignment will be determined based on the department's needs and the successful applicant's expertise. The candidate will also be expected to provide undergraduate and graduate students with opportunities for experiential learning via the candidate’s Extension programming and/or research activities.
The candidate will also be expected to be involved in service activities for the department, college, and university, as well as external opportunities at the national and international level within their field.
Anticipated start of May 1st, to be negotiated with the candidate.
The Team Leader Facilities III works under the direction of a Manager to coordinate and direct the activities in a unit/area of facilities maintenance services to ensure University facilities are properly cleaned and maintained; maximizing a healthy, safe, pleasant, and functional environment. Activities include personnel assignment, training and management, quality assurance, and inventory control.
Incumbents in the Landscaper series install, repair, and maintain the landscaping and grounds on the USU Eastern campus, including snow removal. The Landscaper II reports to a Landscaper Lead. This classification may train and guide student and/or hourly employees.
Utah State University Libraries seeks a collaborative, flexible, and user-centered instructor for the temporary (one year) position of Liaison Assistant. Reporting to the Head of Learning & Engagement Services, this person will primarily work with the liaison librarian team supporting teaching and learning in a variety of disciplines. Sessions rely on a variety of teaching methods, including discussion, one-on-one consultations, active learning, and demonstrations.
We welcome applicants with a range of experiences, including those new to the profession. Salary is a minimum of $49,000, with excellent benefits. Review of applications will begin on December 13th and the position will remain open until filled. The anticipated start date is January 2024.
The Beenome100 Project is an exciting new initiative to provide over 100 reference-quality genome assemblies, annotations and post-annotation resources for bee species representing each of the major taxonomic groups in the United States. We are seeking a Bioinformatics Data Wrangler (Researcher III) to provide post-annotation resources for the Beenome100 Project, in collaboration with the i5k Workspace@NAL project (https://i5k.nal.usda.gov/). The incumbent will add capacity to both projects to:
- Generate new shared datasets for the project, to be displayed and disseminated at the i5k Workspace@NAL (e.g. population genomic tracks, protein alignments from related species, etc).
- Manually review, and if needed, update gene predictions relevant to social evolution or other target fields of the Beenome100 project.
- If desired, author peer-reviewed publication(s) or conference presentation(s) on topics relevant to the project.
Preferred start date is Spring 2024 with an initial 1 year term renewable upon satisfactory performance. Review of applications will begin January 2, 2024, and will continue until the position is filled.
This position is telework eligible within the state of Utah. Telework outside of the state of Utah is subject to review and approval by the University prior to a job offer being extended.
Utah State University seeks a talented full-time Assistant Professor and State Extension Specialist in Food Safety. The position will be academically housed in the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences. The position is offered as a 0.917 full-time equivalent 12-month tenure-track Assistant Professor rank with a split appointment of 70% Extension, 25% Teaching, and 5% Service. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating and conducting extension activities and programming addressing the processing and manufacture of safe food in Utah, especially as related to the meat and dairy industries to support the state’s major commodity producers. The successful candidate will be assigned to teach online courses in the area of food safety and toxicology that support the Food Science and Master of Food Safety and Quality programs, and mentorship of MFSQ students in applied practice experiences. Utah State University encourages all faculty to participate in professional service to the department, college, institution, and profession.
Proposed start date is July 1, 2024
The Caine College of the Arts at Utah State University seeks a professional practice assistant professor to teach motion design in our Graphic Design Master of Arts Program. This is an academic-year (9-month), term appointment position to begin August of 2024.
USU currently has a thriving graphic design program housed within the Department of Art and Design that offers competitive Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Master of Arts (MA) and Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degrees, with current graduates securing employment with leading design studios, agencies and organizations across the US.
USU’s graphic design program is also proud to host the Hashimoto Communication Arts Seminar, one of oldest and strongest visiting designer/artist programs in the country. The seminar is over 50-years old and hosts over 15 lecturers and visiting designers/artists from across the US each year.
USU’s Graphic Design Master of Arts degree concentration is a three-semester program extension of a BFA in Graphic-Design that focuses on the use of emerging technology to explore contemporary forms of time-based visual expression. Students will focus on design strategies for film, broadcast and advertising, digital media/film theory, narrative story-telling and advanced studies in two-dimensional and three-dimensional motion design methodology and technology. The program is open to all applicants with a BFA, or equivalent, in graphic design. Program acceptance will be limited to 10 students.
The application review process will begin on January 15th 2024. Application submissions will be open until position is filled.
The Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence is seeking a part-time Client Care Representative to serve within the Behavioral Health Clinic with a primary focus on the Marriage and Family Therapy and Housing and Financial Counseling division. The individual will be responsible for clinic operations in the Marriage and Family Therapy division as well as fulfill clinic reception duties including welcoming and assisting clients by answering phones, scheduling appointments, providing proper paperwork to clients, taking payments from clients, and maintaining medical records across the Behavioral Health Clinic. Positions start as soon as possible.
Hours: 20 hours per week between 8:00 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Schedule will be set with successful applicants within the hiring process and may be subject to change. Priority will be given to applicants with availability on Monday and Wednesday evenings (i.e.., 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.).
$14.00 per hour
The successful individual for this position will become a part-time member of the Heavy Equipment and Trucking training programs and will be essential for the dynamics of the programs. This individual will need a wide range of skills that pertain to the safe operations of the USU Blanding Campus Heavy Equipment and Trucking program within Professional Career and Technical Education. The individual accepting this position must be able to change duties several times in a day. The individual needs to be safety minded and able to follow instructions with minimum supervision.
The Office of Global Engagement at Utah State University invites applications for the Director of International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS). The ISSS Director (Program Coordinator) oversees compliances with U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Department of State to enable Utah State University (USU) to sponsor international students and scholars to study and/or engage in collaborative academic endeavors. The ISSS Director leads the development and implementation of policy, procedures, and infrastructure to support international students and scholars with a comprehensive pool of resources. This position will be hired at either the Program Coordinator III or Program Coordinator Senior level per qualifications listed below.
This position is eligible for hybrid work within the state of Utah.
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is seeking an innovative, collaborative and experienced professional to provide strategic leadership to USU Inclusion Centers at the main campus in Logan, Utah and USU Eastern in Price, Utah. The Director will work under the leadership of the Vice President for the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Job responsibilities will include taking the lead in executing the vision and mission of the Inclusion Centers which includes and is not limited to supporting students’ academic, personal, professional, social and cultural engagement to enhance student success and a sense of belonging. Other responsibilities will include supervision of staff and financial stewardship. This position is based in Logan, Utah.
USU Aviation Technology is seeking a candidate for a position that focuses upon Airfield Management in Price, Utah. This position requires an individual who will oversee all aspects of managing the operations of the Carbon County Airfield, including coordination with Carbon County officials (FAA Airport Manager), the Federal Aviation Administration, airport maintenance personnel, dispatching, using airfield landing and navigational aids, implementing airfield safety procedures, inspections, bird monitoring, maintaining records, and applying knowledge of weather information to safely and efficiently manage airfield operations. In addition, this position will assist with managing the Fixed Base Operations (FBO) with other team members at the Carbon County Airport.
This is a 12-month, full-time, benefited position available immediately. The successful candidate for the position below will demonstrate experience in some aspects of airfield operations, and the ability to work harmoniously with colleagues, within and across departments, the local county officials, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and will contribute to program development, assessment and growth in the department. Review of applicants will begin December 1, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.
Project ECHO is a knowledge sharing platform used to disseminate information from centers of learning and expertise to more rural and underserved areas. This position is for a Program Assistant III to help the Project Coordinator facilitate ECHO sessions with topics of substance abuse, mental health, early intervention topics and many more. This person will also work on marketing (including social media) and ensure fidelity and proper functioning of the program under the direction of the Project Coordinator. This position may be between 30 - 40 hours per week depending on program needs and the candidate selected.
Non-exempt positions are eligible for excellent benefits including: 13 paid holidays, earn 12 days of paid vacation leave and 12 days of sick leave per year, 50% tuition reduction for employees and dependents, competitive health benefits packages and a generous contribution into your retirement. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2023-2024.
The EmployAbility clinic at USU's Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice is seeking a motivated and energetic individual to administrate and provide services in the EmployAbility program. The EmployAbility clinic is a program designed to support people with disabilities in all stages of meaningful integrated employment. The successful candidate will have experience in working with people with disabilities from teenage to adulthood.
Exempt positions are eligible for excellent benefits including: 13 paid holidays, earn 22 days of paid vacation leave and 12 days of sick leave per year, 50% tuition reduction for employees and dependents, competitive health benefits packages and a generous contribution into your retirement. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2023-2024.
Position for Spring 2024 Semester
This role involves supporting operations at the Utah State University Eastern Center in Price as a classroom facilitator.
This opportunity offers flexibility, aligning work hours with the academic schedule while providing valuable experience at the Utah State University Eastern Center. Applicants are encouraged to specify their availability for efficient consideration during the application process.
- Location: Utah State University Eastern Center, Price
- Work Hours: Vary based on demand, scheduled between 7:30 AM-10:45 PM, Monday to Friday, with occasional Saturdays from 7:30 AM to 12:00 PM.
- Schedule Basis: Aligned with the IVC class schedule, with an additional 15 minutes before each class.
- Weekly Hours: Up to 19 hours per week, adaptable according to the semester's requirements.
- Eligibility: Open to both students and non-students; work-study students are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Employment Type: ACA variable position.
Note: Applicants must provide availability details for consideration.
The Maintenance Team Supervisor (Supervisor I) will oversee, coordinate, and lead the day-to-day activities of the Taggart Student Center including supervising employees. The Maintenance Team Supervisor will set goals for performance and deadlines, organize workflow, ensure that employees understand their duties and designated tasks, monitor employee productivity, and provide constructive feedback.
The Maintenance Team of the Taggart Student Center Operations Department maintains and repairs building mechanical systems, finishes, and equipment, etc. to maximize a healthy, safe, pleasant, and functional environment. The Maintenance Team performs "handyman" type of work not custodial or building cleaning though the Maintenance Team may be asked to help the Custodial Team on occasion. The Maintenance Team Supervisor reports to and receives direction from the Director of the Taggart Student Center and supervises full-time and hourly employees.
The Department of Veterinary Clinical and Life Sciences (VCLS) in the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) at Utah State University (USU) is seeking applicants for a fiscal year, tenure track or professional practice Assistant or Associate Professor of Veterinary Clinical Skills Instruction position with the assignment of 70% teaching, 25% research and 5% service (for tenure-track); or 95% teaching and 5% service (for professional practice). The anticipated start date is July 1, 2024. Review of applications will begin January 1, 2024, and continue until position has been filled.
This candidate will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of veterinary professionals by providing them with the practical knowledge and skills to excel in their careers. The candidate is expected to design, develop, and deliver hands-on clinical skills and reasoning courses in the new Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree curriculum; to develop and implement innovative teaching methodologies, assessment tools, and evaluation criteria to measure veterinary students’ clinical skills proficiency; and to contribute to other curriculum activities associated with their expertise. Courses to be developed include skills such as physical examinations, diagnostic procedures, surgical techniques, and anesthesia management.
Currently, the USU CVM participates in a “2+2” program with the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University and the broader Washington – Idaho – Montana – Utah (WIMU) Regional Program in Veterinary Medicine that provides instruction to 30 students in each class cohort. However, in 2022 the State of Utah approved the establishment of a full 4-year DVM degree program at USU with the goal of admitting its inaugural class of 40 students in the fall of 2025 and supporting a class size of 80 veterinary students in subsequent years. This position offers multiple opportunities for professional development in instruction, curriculum design, and innovative teaching methods. Applicants with an interest in the development of innovative teaching methods and resources are strongly encouraged to apply. The qualified applicant will have the option to engage in scientific research.
This position is eligible for excellent benefits, including 13 paid holidays, 22 paid vacation days/year, a 50% tuition reduction for employees and dependents, competitive health benefits packages, and a generous contribution to retirement. In addition, up to 4 days/month may be used for consulting work. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2023-2024
Utah State University is a premier land- and space-grant institution committed to excellence, access, and inclusion. It is located in Logan, Utah, in the heart of Cache Valley in Northern Utah. The area is known for its outdoor recreation opportunities.