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USU is currently hiring teachers to provide clinical instruction to USU nursing students. Positions are located at the Logan campus. This is a non-benefited, ACA Variable position.
The Program Analyst for the Analysis, Assessment, & Accreditation department performs simultaneous and interconnecting activities in support of information technologies within the department. This includes organizing and leading in the development, design, and maintenance of solutions for complex applications across multiple critical systems and ensuring that all projects are completed within time and cost constraints.
Understand and work within the parameters of the department mission and governing values. Enforce state, local, and university laws, ordinances, and regulations and perform community service activities. Complete accurate incident reports. Assure a prompt response to calls for service. Protect the campus and campus citizens through a proper balance of foot, bike, and vehicle patrol.
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 Wayne 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.
Ambassador will dependably teach Create Better Health basic nutrition, food safety, food money budgeting, and educate about physical activity to groups of low-income individuals and families eligible to receive SNAP benefits. They will provide community outreach to agencies and organizations in targeted areas with the purpose of motivating participants to develop healthier habits for themselves and their families. This includes policy, systems and environment, (PSE) work. Requires regular travel within assigned county and district. Occasional travel to state trainings will also be required. Continuation of employment is based upon need, performance and available funding. This position works under County Extension supervisors and must follow Create Better Health (SNAP-Ed) policies and procedures.
USU Eastern Upward Bound seeks a site coordinator who is sensitive to educational, economic, social and cultural diversities unique to Upward Bound students. The site coordinator will be located within GRAND COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL and will work with Upward Bound students during and/or after school.
The advisor will help to identify students who meet UB eligibility criteria, especially those who are low-income, first-generation, those who have potential for completing high school and entering postsecondary education, and those who are considered higher risk. They will also help determine if the student has the motivation or interest in improving his/her academics, and willingness to pursue a postsecondary degree.
The academic advisor will provide supplemental support services, such as academic advisement, career guidance, financial aid counseling, tutoring, and other motivational and intervention strategies. They will ensure that participants are familiar with educational opportunities and aware of financial aid and scholarship options. They will help with all necessary applications.
The UB advisor will be expected to become personally familiar with each participant, know and understand his/her academic and non-academic needs, and exert every effort to help the participant find satisfactory solutions leading to success. Counseling support will continue throughout the duration of time the participant is enrolled.
UB coordinators and school counselors will collaborate to ensure that academic, motivational, career guidance, and college planning needs of participants are met. They will work closely with teachers, counselors and administrators in tracking student needs and progress.
This position is aiding in the research objectives of the Kaysville Agricultural Experiment Station in Kaysville, UT.
The Housing Custodian will help students succeed by providing a clean, sanitary, and comfortable living environment.
This custodial position requires working through the Summer months. This position is ACA variable. Part-time or full-time work is between the hours of 7-3:30 pm and some Saturdays. We will accommodate time off.
Direct Support Professionals provide care for people with disabilities. We are hiring for both our Day and Summer Programs.
- Our Day Program runs M-F, 9 am-3 pm. Morning driving routes begin at 7:30 am and afternoon routes begin at 3 pm.
- Our Summer Program runs M-F 11 am-5 pm. Morning driving routes begin at 10 am and afternoon routes start at 5 pm.
The position runs a wide range of conservation programs focused on managing and restoring the 1200 acre Swaner Preserve, while supporting community partnerships.
The program coordinator also collaborates with other team members on related education, outreach, and volunteer programs at the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter, including those detailed below. This position requires some evening and weekend work and reports to the Director of Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter.
We are hiring three seasonal research technicians to assist with forest fire ecology research. Technicians will work on several research projects, including post-fire regeneration monitoring in the Brian Head fire (UT), surveying experimental seedling enclosures, and documenting post-fire regeneration in numerous remote sites across Utah and Arizona. This position is based out of Logan, UT with transportation to field sites provided. The field season will begin in mid-May and continue through the end of August. This position is up to 40 hours per week, with fieldwork typically done on a schedule of eight 10-hour days with six days off. During fieldwork trips, crews will camp in the field. All food and group gear (cook wear, stoves, etc.) will be provided, but technicians will need to provide their own personal camping gear (tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, etc.). Field work will include documenting GPS locations and measuring trees and plot-level attributes. In addition to the $12/hour salary, all food is also provided during research trips.
USU Eastern Upward Bound is a federally funded grant program designed to encourage post-secondary preparation of high school students who are from low-income families and are first-generation college bound students. We serve 60 high school students from Grand, Emery and Carbon counties. During a six-week summer program, 30 Upward Bound students experience intensive academic, cultural and social expansion while living in the residence halls at USU Eastern.
The residential team leader will help supervise 4-6 high school students throughout the week and overnight in the residence halls. They will act as mentors and supervisors to the participants of the Upward Bound Summer Program.The summer program will begin approximately June 22- July 5 and extend to approximately August 13. Team Leaders will be asked to come for two days of some training before the start of the program – dates to be determined once all parties are hired.
The successful candidate will also have the opportunity and responsibility to accompany the Upward Bound students on various adventures, and will be required to attend our end of the year trip. This year we will be going to Glenwood Springs, CO. All expenses for these trips are included in your compensation and will not cost you anything. All food and housing is included for the duration of the six-week summer program.
We are seeking 2-3 male team leaders. Job offer contingent upon successfully passed background check.
The Department of Journalism and Communication at Utah State University’s main campus in Logan invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Public Relations who will be excited to join a growing department. This is a nine-month tenure-track position with an initial start date of August 1, 2021.
SEASONAL TECHNICIAN needed for a variety of field projects studying rangelands across the intermountain west.
Position runs from early May to the end of August 2020. Work will be based in Logan, UT. In May-June, sites are spread throughout Utah, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington. In July-August, work will be based out of Soda Springs, ID. Work will primarily consist of 4 days on 3 days off although this may vary depending on the type of work needed. Transportation between Logan, UT and field sites will be provided and be part of the work time period. Technicians are responsible for their own housing between work periods and while conducting lab work in Logan, UT.
Conference Services is one part of the overarching USU Event Services department. We handle numerous conferences throughout the year, many of which repeat annually. The task of the registration assistant is to assist the Registration Coordinator with answering phone calls and emails with registration questions, taking registration payments and preparing registration materials for on and off-site conferences.
The Custodian will be responsible for cleaning university buildings, vacuuming, trash removal, dusting, recycling, restroom maintenance, light-bulb replacement, etc. This is an On-Campus ACA Variable position. Starts at $8.50/hour!
USU is currently hiring non-benefited teachers to provide clinical instruction to USU nursing students. Positions are currently open in Moab and Blanding. This is an ACA Variable position.
Seeking two fish ecology technicians to assist with scientific field research investigating the movement patterns of Rio Grande Silvery Minnow in a contemporary fragmented river in New Mexico using raft-based mobile PIT-tag antennas.
Dates of employment: March 20, 2020 - April 9, 2020
USU Moab is seeking a dynamic, knowledgeable, and experienced instructor to teach in the automotive program in Grand County. The successful candidate would teach automotive classes in several ASE areas, following NATEF standards, in a certificate and in an AAS degree program. Estimated start date for this position is August 1, 2020.
USU Moab is a well-established campus in Grand County. The USU Moab campus offers an array of career and technical education programs (Certificates and AAS) and selected baccalaureate and graduate degrees. Moab is a small, safe, and diverse community in the high plateau region of Eastern Utah. Moab is in the heart of Utah’s famous national parks and access to some of the best outdoor recreational resources in the American West. A drive north leads to the cities of the Wasatch Front, Salt Lake City International Airport, and some of the country’s best ski resorts and mountain scenery. Grand Junction, Colorado is approximately 90-minutes to the northeast.
The Department of Aviation and Technical Education in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences at Utah State University (USU) offers a non-tenure track, .92 FTE (11-month) Professional Practice Instructor of Fabrication Technology (term-appointment). As part of USU's land grant mission to make academic programs accessible throughout the state, this position will be physically located at the USU Moab Statewide Campus in Moab, Utah. The program prepares individuals for careers in design, fabrication, and advanced manufacturing process that utilize metal, composites, and plastics. With skills in welding, machining, bending, and materials testing, program completers will be ready for entry level positions in outdoor power recreation equipment, energy resource collection and distribution, manufacturing, construction, and robotic control processes. The estimated start date for this position is August 1, 2020.
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 4th-August 5th. 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 $12.50/hr. and Crew lead compensation will be $15.00/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 2019 and continue until all positions are filled.