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The Health & Wellness Prevention Coordinator is an 11-month position (August 1, 2021-June 30, 2022) assisting in the coordination of HEART programming with USU Extension and HEART Faculty in 3 Utah counties (Carbon, Emery, and Grand). This position has three part-time openings; one will be located in Carbon County (office located in Price, UT), one in Emery County (office located in Castle Dale, UT) and one will be located in Grand County (office located in Moab, UT) at the USU Extension offices.
This position allows for some remote work (e.g., work from home), in addition to in-person events with youth, teachers, and parents. The Health & Wellness Prevention Coordinators will support the administration of a local grant to help prevent youth vaping/e-cigarette use in Carbon (1 position), Emery (1 position), and Grand (1 position) counties. The prevention coordinators will provide logistical, organizational, and implementation support for the daily activities of the grant administration, including activity planning, training, implementation of events/activities, budgeting, and data reporting. Under direction from the Project Director, the prevention coordinators will develop a parent prevention training/curriculum, advance key relationships with community partners, provide program promotion and implementation of teacher and youth training/activities, data tracking, and reporting.
The successful Family Life Educator (FLE) candidates will teach relationship skills in-person in and around Utah/Salt Lake Counties. There may also be some virtual teaching. These are grant-funded positions that will teach during daytime and afternoon/evening hours, as well as some Saturdays in Utah/Salt Lake Counties and surrounding areas when needed. The successful candidates will be responsible for coordinating with Department of Workforce Services (DWS) sites, local community partners and possibly some high schools. These positions will require some travel (mileage paid), a flexible schedule, and occasional evening hours. These positions are contingent upon ongoing grant funding and will support approximately 20 hours per week.
The Management Department of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University invites applications for a tenure track faculty position at the Assistant Professor level to support and strengthen our programs in Human Resource Management. This academic-year (nine-month) faculty position will receive ample resources to support the development and maintenance of programs of excellence in both teaching and research. The position begins in Fall 2022.
Faculty in the Huntsman School of Business are also expected to provide leadership in their respective programs and to make meaningful contributions to the academic and professional communities. Salary is competitive and based on the candidate's qualifications and experience. Summer teaching and research grants may also be available. An excellent benefits package includes retirement programs, life, medical, dental, and disability insurance.
This is an hourly full-time, two-year temporary position working under the direction of the University Marketing and Communications (UMAC) Art Director. Its primary responsibility is to support the UMAC design team by taking their creative work into production and managing the team's digital assets. The ideal candidate will have an excellent Adobe Creative Cloud working skill set, and a willingness to become technically expert within Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, and Lightroom. The candidate will also have a comprehensive understanding of visual communication principles, as well as a basic understanding of marketing and advertising design.
As Design Production Coordinator you will:
- Spearhead the production components of all materials created by the UMAC design team.
- Ensure all digital files are properly prepared and archived.
- Be a creative leader within UMAC, i.e., offering solutions to digital asset management, as well as creative and production processes.
The Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education at Utah State University invites applications for a non-tenure track (term) appointment in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) at the Clinical Assistant Professor level. The successful candidate will be a member of the SLP Clinical Education Program team supervising undergraduate and graduate students in clinical service delivery across the lifespan. This position will involve significant college and university level inter-professional education (IPE) opportunities.
This is a 1 FTE, nine-month academic year position beginning January 2022. Review of applications will begin August 1, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.
Inquiries may be directed to the committee chair, Jamie Mecham (435 797-5531 or email@example.com).
The Athletic Trainer II will work primarily with the Men's Basketball team to prevent, care for, and rehabilitate athletic injuries and direct assigned areas of responsibility. Other team assignments will be made as needed.
The Director of the Career Design Center provides leadership and vision within the University and with employer partners. The Director will be an individual that is innovative, forward thinking, and can contribute positively to a unit going through a redesign process to create a newly reimagined center - integrating the center in to the academic and student life of the institution. The Director will coordinate with academic departments, faculty, and programs to align principles of career readiness and design with strategic academic program development and more effective student completion.
The Director performs complex tasks in the areas of: strategic planning, budgeting, supervision/management of exempt and non-exempt staff, grant writing, fundraising, program management, as well as fostering and growing relationships with the university, employers and other community constituents.
Review of applications will begin two weeks from posting date.
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.
USU Extension in Grand County is seeking a creative and positive person to work as a program and staff assistant to Extension faculty. Hours will be Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm in the USU Extension office in Grand County. This is a full-time benefited position. Applicants should be able to work well independently and in a team. Some evening and weekend work may be necessary.
The Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence is seeking a part-time clinic office support receptionist. The position will welcome and assist Sorenson Center clients either at the general information desk or in one of the four specific clinics within the Sorenson Center. Receptionists are expected to give directions, answer service or building related questions, provide proper paperwork to clients, take payments from clients, and maintain medical records.
Hours: We are hiring for a primarily 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. shift for Monday through Friday. Schedule may be subject to change, including evening hours (5-8:30pm) on occasion.
The Department of Campus Recreation within the Division of Student Affairs at Utah State University seeks a positive, collaborative, and dynamic individual to join our team as our Coordinator of Outdoor Programs. Reporting directly to the Assistant Director of Adventure Programs and Marketing, the Coordinator of Outdoor Programs is responsible for the collaboration, development, coordination, implementation, and daily operations of all aspects of the Utah State University Outdoor Program consisting of the challenge course, climbing wall academic classes, and supporting the Assistant Director in all other programs related to Outdoor Programs: Alternative Programs, Non-credit Classes, Retail, Rentals, Adventure Trips, and General Operations. This individual will be a key team member of the Campus Recreation Department, which provides aquatic programs, club sports, fitness/wellness, intramurals, outdoor recreation, special events, extramurals, and collaborative programs.
The successful Family Life Educator (FLE) candidate will teach relationship skills virtually and in-person primarily in Salt Lake County. This is a grant-funded position that will teach during daytime and afternoon/evening hours, as well as some Saturdays. The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating with several Department of Workforce Services (DWS) sites, local community partners and possibly some high schools. This position will require some travel (mileage paid), a flexible schedule, and some evening hours. We are accepting applications for a 30 hrs/wk benefited position. Compensation for this position will be $32,760.00 per year at .75 FTE/30 hours per week, plus excellent benefits including retirement, paid annual leave, educational discounts, etc. See full benefits information here: https://hr.usu.edu/benefits/newemployee.
*This position will be reviewed starting 7/28/2021, and will remain open until filled.
Incumbents in the Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant position provide primary care and treatment to patients in a health care clinic. Incumbents assess patient status; implement interventions to modify symptoms; and develop, implement, and evaluate patient care plans to enhance and improve outcomes.
General Primary Care and Women's Health experience
Provides general assessment, evaluation, treatment, and referral for physical and mental health patients.
Obtains history of present illness utilizing assessment by medical assistant and interview skills.
Reviews past medical history as appropriate.
Develops differential diagnosis and evaluation plan.
Orders and interprets clinical laboratory data in an accurate and cost-effective manner.
Develops final diagnosis and treatment plan appropriate to problem.
Educates patient about diagnosis; answers questions in a professional and courteous way.
Provides medical follow-up/monitoring services for patients.
May train and guide nursing and support staff.
May provide case management and coordinate outreach and follow-up services with patients.
Practices safety, environmental, and/or infections control methods.
Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
100 % time Academic Year, 75% time Summer
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program (GEAR UP) is a federally funded grant working with middle and high school students to increase enrollment and success in higher education.
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.
The Program Assistant II supports the goals of the Office of Research by managing administrative, personnel, business, event, and program support for the Research Communications Team and its programs. Successful incumbents will have the opportunity to grow and develop skills and responsibilities according to their strengths and interests.
The successful candidate will perform custodial and other miscellaneous duties to ensure buildings are attractive, sanitary, and safe environments for students, staff, and public. 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. ACA Full-time position
This position is for Fall Semester and beyond.
Do you want Flexible hours? A great culture? Real opportunities for advancement?
University Catering creates and serves at events for a wide array of groups in Cache Valley with a major emphasis on the campus community. Events happen at all times of the day and can range from weddings to conferences, staff meetings to Presidential inaugurations, and summer cookouts to Christmas parties.
As a catering server, you would help us to create and serve at all these different types of events. We have great opportunities for advancement and developing real skills.
We need your help to keep University Catering an uplifting and innovative place to work.
On-Campus ACA Variable Position.
US Work Authorization is REQUIRED.
Pay ranges from $7.75 to $8.50 depending on experience.
Meals are provided with most shifts.
The Department of Kinesiology and Health Science at Utah State University (USU) seeks a Program Coordinator III at the USU Logan Campus to direct the lifetime activity program. The director will lead a comprehensive lifetime activity program that promotes an active and healthful lifestyle using physical activity and practice-based learning. There are over 10,000 students enrolled each year in this program and a more detailed description of the program is below.
The director of the lifetime activity program reports to the department head. This position classification may train and direct other employees, hourly/student employees, volunteers, and/or graduate students.
Lifetime Activity Program Description
The lifetime physical activity program provides a multi-faceted learning experience for students that promotes physical, social, and emotional benefits of physical activity. It is the mission of the lifetime physical activity program to teach both theoretical and practical components of a variety of exercise/performance activities such that they will bring enjoyment and demonstrate the importance of maintaining health and wellness throughout the course of a lifetime. The program serves the USU student body and is a fundamental component of the departments overall mission. The program offers 1-credit physical education activity classes with over 5,000 students per semester. Additionally, there are over 68 different 1-credit activity courses offered with more than 50 instructors participating.
Specifically, the goals of the Lifetime Physical Activity Program are:
- To encourage a lifetime of fitness through the teaching of mechanical, physiological, and nutritional principles.
- To teach other pertinent knowledge such as historical and cultural foundations, rules, and strategy.
- To create an environment that fosters a sense of emotional satisfaction, physical accomplishment, and social interaction for its participants.
- To provide students with high-quality instruction specific to the course material so that they may learn skills that will improve the quality of their lives
A list of the 1-credit lifetime activity courses (PE) taught at USU may be found here: https://catalog.usu.edu/content.php?catoid=12&navoid=3068&filter%5Bitem_type%5D=3&filter%5Bcpage%5D=50&filter%5Bonly_active%5D=1&filter%5B3%5D=1&print=&contract
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.