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Utah State University Extension invites applications for an Executive Director and Extension 12 month, tenure track or professional practice faculty position. The Executive Director is expected to provide overall leadership for all aspects of the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter. In addition to being an administrator, Extension faculty develop, implement, evaluate, and coordinate research-based educational programs to enhance quality of life for youth and adults. Extension faculty also recruit, train and supervise volunteer leaders and serve as a liaison between local clientele, other resource agencies, and Utah State University administrators, faculty, and programs. This position reports directly to the Director of the Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Department. This Extension position includes university responsibilities and is based in Park City. An office will be provided at the Swaner EcoCenter in Park City, Summit County, Utah.
The position requires knowledge of areas such as ecology, environmental education, and museum operations, and must have a proven track record of leadership and administration as well as experience in grant writing and fundraising. We welcome candidates with diverse interests and experience related to these areas.
Rank will be commensurate with experience, qualifications and current rank. Appointment opportunities include Extension Assistant or Associate Professor (tenure track), or Professional Practice Extension Assistant Professor (non-tenure track). A Master's degree is required for Extension Assistant or Associate ranks. A Bachelor's degree and substantial professional experience is required for the Professional Practice Extension Assistant Professor
The estimated start date for this position is February 1, 2024.
As part of the benefit package with this position there is potential for housing in an 896 square foot three bedroom and two bath historic farmhouse located approximately 1 mile from the EcoCenter. The house is located at the Swaner farm, a site used by the organization for a number of other uses. This house is owned by Utah State University and is potentially available for the Executive Director to live in as a taxable benefit.
The Technology Design and Technical Education Department at USU Blanding campus seeks a proactive, well-organized, and service-driven individual to join our dynamic team of faculty and staff dedicated to delivering comprehensive technical education programs. These programs encompass Trucking/Commercial Driver License, Heavy Equipment, Building Construction, Engineering Drafting and Design, and Welding.
This part-time, hourly position primarily focuses on marketing programs and student recruitment, alongside a range of administrative responsibilities. The ideal candidate will handle call management, greet visitors, address email inquiries, and provide guidance on the listed technical education programs. Additionally, they will execute administrative tasks supporting community engagement, social initiatives, instructional endeavors, and research programs. This involves coordination of people, events, or facilities.
Moreover, the selected candidate will actively contribute to program marketing, engage in activities promoting student enrollment, resource management, and aid in student retention efforts. The role may encompass additional assigned duties as needed.
The Chemistry and Biochemistry Department at Utah State University seeks applicants for a Staff Assistant II position. The successful applicant for this position will perform a variety of administrative support and/or secretarial duties.
Position: Part-Time Office Support for TRIO Upward Bound Program at USU Eastern Campus, Price, Utah
- Monitoring and tracking grant budgets
- Maintaining compliance records for grant objectives
- Tracking student interactions with grant personnel
- Planning events, travel, and ordering supplies
- Scheduling meetings and documenting minutes
- Creating and managing student databases (Excel, BLUMEN)
- Assisting with project reports and Department of Education Annual Performance Reports (APR)
- Providing clerical support as required
Note: This is a grant-funded position, and continued employment is subject to funding availability. (Continuing through 08/2027)
Edith Bowen Laboratory School is looking for an Office Assistant to work in the main office. Typical week is 10:45am – 12:30 pm (8-10 hours per week).
The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services business services team is seeking a motivated and detail-oriented individual to join us as a Business Assistant III. The Business Assistant will provide transactional support to departments within the college. The position requires excellent interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to balance multiple projects and deadlines, and the desire and capacity to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a productive team. Review of applications will begin November 27, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.
This position is eligible for excellent benefits including: 13 paid holidays, earn 12 days of paid leave and 12 days of sick leave per year, 50% tuition reduction for employee and spouse, competitive health benefits packages and a generous contribution into your retirement. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2023-2024
Up to 3 Early Intervention is seeking a motivated, efficient, committed, detail-oriented educator to coordinate services to families. The Service Coordinator (Teacher, Early Intervention) coordinates all aspects of Up to 3 with individual families and also connects them to community resources. They ensure appropriate assessment, services and program processes and regulations are provided to families. Because a portion of the communities we serve require services in languages other than English, fluency in Spanish and English is a preferred qualification.This position reports to the Division Director or Program Coordinator and does not have supervisory responsibilities. This is a full-time, exempt benefited employee position and can be between 75% - 100% FTE, depending on program needs and the candidate selected. This position would coordinate services for children in Box Elder County. Applicants who are interested in a temporary hourly service coordinator position can apply here. Applicants who are interested in a temporary hourly service coordinator position can apply here.
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.
The College of Engineering at Utah State University seeks a Grant & Proposal Coordinator (initially at ¾ time with potential to become full time depending on workload) to assist in the initiation of grant proposals to various local, state, and federal funding agencies. The position will work closely with the Sponsored Programs Office to help faculty throughout the College of Engineering start their proposal in the grant submission system (Kuali Research), as well as work with Business Services to assist with the proposal budgets. The selected individual's job responsibilities relate to the beginning of the life-cycle of sponsored grants and ensuring the proposal is meeting sponsor requirements and deadlines. Successful candidates will have a working knowledge, or become very familiar with various granting agencies and their respective submission portals, requirements, and procedures. This position will not work on the development or writing of the proposals themselves, but rather coordinating with faculty and other Grant Writers and proposal development staff to assist with an increased volume of sponsored activities through the initiation and submission stages. Excellent communication skills and customer service are critical and necessary.
The Dean's office in the Huntsman School of Business currently has a full time opening for an Academic Advisor.
The chosen candidate will advise in matters such as pre-registration, general education, major and minor requirements, and articulation of transfer credit. The position will also help build a total Huntsman School experience, including the development of a culture of student ownership of their education, engagement through inside-the-classroom and outside-the-classroom opportunities, and the transition to meaningful careers. Selected candidate will work closely with the assigned academic department and the Dean's office.
The Assistive Technology (AT) Coordinator (Engineering Technician III) is a full-time, non-exempt, benefited position located in Uintah County, under the supervision of the Utah Assistive Technology Program within the Institute for Disability Research, Policy, and Practice at Utah State University.
Job Location: 2574 W 500 N #2, Vernal, UT 84078
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm with a 1-hour lunch
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.
This position is with Utah State University's Bingham Research Center at the USU Vernal campus. Staff at the Bingham Center conduct a variety of environmental and natural science research projects. The successful applicant will work with Bingham Center scientists and technical staff to prepare proposals for research funding and draft other research documents. The position also involves general project support, including website maintenance, data management, and other tasks as assigned.
This is a part-time/hourly position. The hourly wage will depend on experience, with a minimum of $20 per hour. The hours are flexible, and may range from 15-29 hours per week.
The "Student Services Coordinator I" position is a new position within Student Financial Support. This position is responsible for assisting with a variety of federal student aid and institutional scholarship strategy enhancements. The position will help to implement institutional procedural changes related to the 24-25 FAFSA and institutional aid administration. This is a two-year, benefited position with position duration beyond two years contingent upon funding.
The successful applicant must be friendly and enjoy working with people (staff and students). They should also be accurate and detail oriented, self-motivated, organized, and able to work in a fast-paced office as a selfless team member. This is an on-campus position in Logan.
As a full-time, benefitted employee of USU, you will receive 13 paid holidays annually, 12 days of annual vacation, 12 days of annual sick leave, 14.2% of gross income paid into a retirement account, excellent health and dental insurance benefits, tuition assistance, and more. Please see https://www.usu.edu/hr/benefits/index for all benefits available as a USU Employee.
The Occupational Safety Officer (OSO) works under the direction of the Executive Director of the USU Environmental Health & Safety Department.
The OSO (Env Health & Safety Officer) focuses on hazards in the work environment to develop and implement strategies and training to minimize hazards and injuries. The OSO supports the USU EH&S Departments' goal of fostering a strong culture of safety across the entire campus. In addition to the primary OSO duties, this position will also serve as the primary back-up for the Biological Safety program.
As a full-time, benefitted employee of USU, you will receive 13 paid holidays annually, 22 days of annual vacation, 12 days of annual sick leave, 14.2% of gross income paid into a retirement account, excellent health and dental insurance benefits, tuition assistance, and more. Please see https://www.usu.edu/hr/benefits/index for all benefits available as a USU Employee.
Assists in and learns about, or performs general work in the efficient maintenance, repair, and installation of campus heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and equipment. Accomplishes this by applying skills in conjunction with technical knowledge and following instructions and established guidelines. Works as a member of a team under supervision, as needed, on projects or assignments and continually seeks opportunities for education.
Assists in and learns about, or performs general work in the efficient maintenance, repair, and installation of campus heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and equipment. Accomplishes this by applying skills in conjunction with technical knowledge and following instructions and established guidelines. Works as a member of a team under supervision, as needed, on projects or assignments and continually seeks opportunities for education. Applicant will be enrolled into DOL approved apprenticeship program and must be willing to complete the classroom trainings and on the job trainings required to complete the apprenticeship program.
The goals of the advisors in FJ Management Center for Student Success are to:
Increase persistence, retention, and graduation rate of business students through personal advising relationships that focus on student strengths, interests, goals, and values.
Assist students in finding experiential learning experiences that best fit their career goals.
Create an inclusive advising environment where student identities are recognized and valued, implicit and unconscious bias are continually discussed among the team, and employees are making intentional progress on the Intercultural Development Continuum.
Implement best practices from the Complete College America Purpose First initiative.
Align academic advising training and development with the Appreciative Advising framework and core competencies from the National Academic Advising Association: The Global Community for Academic Advising (NACADA).
Update processes and practices to align with Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) for Academic Advising Programs.
The work is organized to promote student success while creating community, promoting equity, and simplifying systems and processes.
This role will supervise 5-11 professional positions.
The Academic Advisor Supervisor reports to the Director of the FJ Management Center for Student Success. This classification supervises other Academic Advisors and student employees.
The Department of Wildland Resources (WILD) in the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources (QCNR) at Utah State University (USU) seeks applicants for an Assistant Professor to serve as the Extension Specialist in Urban Forestry for Utah. The position will be based on the main USU campus in Logan, Utah, and will also have access to the USU Extension Office at the USU Botanical Center in Kaysville, Utah, which houses Utah’s largest Arboretum. The anticipated (but negotiable) start date is August 1, 2024. The emphasis for the position is 90% Extension, 10% Service. The position may be filled as: 1) A tenure-track Assistant Professor for a fiscal year reduced FTE (0.83 FTE or 10 months) position, with the successful candidate encouraged to write grants to support an additional 0.17 FTE. This position would require a PhD. Candidates in a PhD program who are ABD may be hired at the rank of Instructor if conferral of degree is expected within the year. 2) A Professional Practice Assistant Professor at 1.0 FTE. This position would require a M.S. degree and extensive professional work experience related to urban forestry. In either appointment, the salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, and is anticipated to be between $60,000 and $80,000. A basic annual operations budget will also be provided and can be augmented through grantwriting. Key areas of expertise will include urban and wildland-urban interface forestry, arboriculture, disease and risk management, water-wise landscaping, greenspace management, and horticulture. We anticipate that the person in this position may also be involved in urban planning efforts which consider broad social access to tree cover and carbon sequestration issues related to urban forestry. The incumbent will be encouraged to collaborate with research and Extension faculty in the Departments of Wildland Resources (particularly extension specialists in forestry and wildland fire) and Environment and Society in QCNR and the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences. The incumbent will coordinate with local, state, and federal agencies to identify and implement programs such as Utah Forestry Fire and State Lands urban forestry initiatives, Utah Division of Water Resources conservation programs, U. S. Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forest Program, and other programs that address urban climate change issues, and the inclusion of under-served communities through urban planning. We request a cover letter, a complete CV, and names and e-mail addresses of three professional references. The position is open until filled, but application review will begin Monday, February 5, 2024. Potential applicants with specific questions are welcome to contact the search committee chair, Dr. Nicki Frey, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ASPIRE center, headquartered at Utah State University, is seeking a talented Technical Writer to join our dynamic team. This role will play a vital part in facilitating effective communication within our Engineering Research Center as well as the State of Utah's Electrified Transportation Initiative, bridging the gap between complex technical research and external stakeholders. The Technical Writer will be responsible for creating, editing, and maintaining documentation that conveys the scientific and engineering research findings, technologies, and achievements of ASPIRE to a wide range of audiences. These include documents for proposals, project reports, public relations and marketing, community engagement, and annual reports to NSF and the State of Utah. This position is an excellent opportunity for an experienced writer who is passionate about science and engineering and thrives in a collaborative, interdisciplinary research environment.
This position is eligible for hybrid work within the state of Utah.
The ASPIRE Center, headquartered at Utah State University, is seeking a highly creative and motivated Graphic Designer (Graphic Designer SR) to join our dynamic team. As a Graphic Designer, you will play a vital role in visually communicating our research, innovation, and impact to a diverse audience. You will be responsible for creating visually compelling and engaging design materials that effectively convey the ASPIRE mission and research activities, including the State of Utah's Electrified Transportation Initiative.
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.
The ASPIRE Center, headquartered at Utah State University, has an immediate opening for a Director of Marketing and Communications (Marketer SR). The Director will play a pivotal role in strengthening and expanding the ASPIRE brand and shaping how stakeholders and the public engage in the vision of an electrified future in transportation. The Director will be responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive public relations and marketing strategies that foster awareness, engagement, ongoing stakeholder relationships, and support for ASPIRE's vision. The role will have an initial emphasis on the State of Utah and its Electrified Transportation Initiative, with additional support across the ASPIRE Center.
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