Click column header to sort
USU is currently hiring non-benefited teachers to provide clinical instruction to USU nursing students beginning August 15, 2022. The review of applicants will begin July of 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
ACA Variable Position, US Work Authorization is Required
Eastern Mail and Motor Pool provides mail, motor pool, and surplus services to the Utah State University Eastern campus. The position of Coordinator of Service II will provide customer service and support in all areas of our service. This position will perform clerical services, forklift operations, mail sorting, and freight delivery. This position will also assist in the motor pool with vehicle reservations and be responsible for other duties as assigned. The Coordinator of Service II should have excellent customer service skills, be detail-oriented, have computer skills, prioritize safety, and be a critical thinker. This is a full-time, benefited position with a requirement of 40 hours per week.
USU Extension in San Juan County is seeking a creative and positive person to work as a staff assistant to the San Juan County Extension office and faculty. Hours will be Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm at the USU Extension Office located in the San Juan County Courthouse in Monticello, UT. This is a 35 hour per week, benefited position. Applicants should be able to work well independently and in a team. Some evening and weekend work may be necessary.
Working with the Assistant Athletic Director for Video Operations, the Digital Streaming Specialist (Multimedia Specialist I) is responsible for all aspects of live video production and daily needs including coaches video and creative content.
This position oversees and is responsible to ensure all cameras, staffing, and equipment is ready prior to the event. Duties include, but are not limited to, live video productions of home athletic events, coaches’ shows, and press conferences. Additional responsibilities will include editing creative content, manage student staff, help maintain various social media accounts, research upgrades in editing software and hardware, attend developmental conferences, and general office duties as assigned. Must have a creative and innovative technical mind, be self motivated, and must be very resourceful.
Research Assistant needed for 10-15 hrs / week for the summer 2022 semester commitment to work with a communication studies faculty member on data analysis and grant writing for a health communication research project. The project is focused on understanding the stigma experiences of people with substance use and/or mental illness when they seek emergency care.
- Starting date: June 6th, 2022
- Preferences: Social science research background
- Pay $15/hour up to a maximum of 60 hours.
- US Work Authorization required.
Catering and Event Services is a growing department that's primary function is to assure the events hosted by and clients coming to Utah State University Exceed Expectations. The primary purpose of the Catering and Reservations Associate (Coordinator II) is to be the first point of contact for those who are scheduling Catering events through the Caterease software system. The secondary purpose is to be a support for the Event Services Reservation Team and Event Coordination Team.
Utah State University is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Track & Field Coach - Sprints & Horizontal Jumps
The primary duty of this position is to support the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice (IDRPP) with the coordination and implementation of projects related to employment, secondary transition, and community integration and access for people with significant disabilities. This position reports to the Director of Research and Training. 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 (USU) has received funding to start an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Research Center (ADRC) and is seeking an exceptional and motivated Postdoctoral Fellow (Postdoctoral Fellow II). The ADRC focuses on research, supportive services, and training a dementia competent workforce. It is housed within the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services. The center is Directed by Dr. Beth Fauth, a Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) and a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America.
Candidates for this two-year fellowship (with opportunities for renewal) should have existing research experience in Alzheimer’s or related dementias; the position, however, is purposefully designed to be flexible. Research interests and expertise in mild cognitive impairment, family or formal care, and other related areas as well as basic research, prevention, and/or intervention foci are welcome. A key goal of this fellowship is to advance the fellow’s own line of inquiry and to collaborate with faculty and doctoral students at USU and across the state. Thus, the ideal candidate would be interested in applying their own skills and interests to a diverse team of faculty in HDFS, Psychology, Kinesiology and Health Sciences, and related fields.
Interest in collaborating on secondary data also is a key area of focus for this position. For example, the Cache County Study on Memory in Aging (over 5,000 individuals) and the subset of those with dementia (over 900) have approximately 12 – 15 years of information on an array of dementia risk factors including genetic, health, nutritional, medication and psychosocial variables. Stored biological samples and linkage with the Utah Population Database (at the University of Utah), further expands available data (see work by Dr. JoAnn Tschanz, Psychology). Other data available through Dr. Yin Liu (HDFS) assess Daily Stress and Health for dementia family caregivers. Other national datasets (working with Dr. Liu) focus on health and well-being across adulthood and later life, such as the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS), the National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS) and the National Study of Caregiving (NSOC), and the Health and Retirement Study (HRS).
In sum, we seek to promote the fellow’s existing line of inquiry and foster new collaborations. We will be supportive of the candidate building new skills with Dr. Fauth and faculty partners with the goal of conducting innovative research that supports the mission of the center.
The postdoctoral fellow will have access to a statistician as well as other grant and institutional supports from the Office of Research Services, a unit within the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services.
If you have questions about the position please contact the search committee chair, Dr. Elizabeth Fauth (435-797-1989; firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Environmental Biogeochemistry and Paleolimnology Lab at Utah State University led by Dr. Janice Brahney is seeking a full-time laboratory technician.
Our group researches the effect of climate change and direct anthropogenic disturbances on aquatic ecosystems. We analyze water, sediment, soil, organism, and atmospheric dust samples for elemental composition and occasionally work with algae and zooplankton (https://janicebrahney.weebly.com). Example projects include in the role of dust in fertilizing primary and secondary production in lake systems, the role of glacier recession and phenology on nutrient status and community composition in mountain lakes and rivers, paleolimnologic reconstruction of impaired lake systems, climate change impacts on catchment processes, the influence of beaver ponds on C, N, P, and metal cycling, plastic pollution, and contaminant transport through the atmosphere. The technician will also work with and assist associated faculty and their students in the Quinney College of Natural Resources who require the use of the facilities.
Salary is commensurate with experience. More information can be found here: https://www.usu.edu/hr/compensation/index. Benefits include health (medical and dental) insurance and a retirement plan to which the university contributes an amount equal to 14.2% of your gross salary, immediately vested and without requiring employee contributions.
The position has a start date of July 1, 2022 and will be initially for one year with the intention for the technician to stay on a long term basis. The position will be hired at either Level II or Level III - see below for qualifications.
The Instructional Designer I position works within a team of designers to provide faculty and staff support for educational technologies; create, write, and maintain instructional materials; assist with the quality assurance and accessibility of course content; and provide group and one-on-one consultation and training.
Utah State University seeks an accomplished and collaborative nurse educator to join our nursing faculty at the USU Campus located in Moab, Utah. The successful candidate will have a solid background in nursing education and a demonstrated ability to work effectively within teams. Primary duties are teaching (90%) and service (10%).
This is a non-tenure track, nine-month academic year position at the Professional Practice Instructor or Professional Practice Assistant Professor level beginning August 1, 2022. Review of applicants will begin April 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. This position is not eligible for remote work.
- Excellent benefit package with generous 401(k)
- Moab, Utah, offers academic and cultural opportunities without the stresses of urban life
- Be part of a large, nationally recognized University while living in a rural area; Utah State University is one of Utah’s ten largest employers
- May be eligible for financial assistance toward RN to BSN and MSN programs
- Generous professional development support
- Potential teaching flexibility to accommodate one day per week in clinical employment
- Employee Wellness program
If you have questions about the position please contact the search committee chair, Connie Wilson (435-260-0153; email@example.com).
The Multimedia Coordinator (Multimedia Specialist I) is responsible for the promotional and gameday experience video content for the Utah State athletics department with primary emphasis on football. Duties will include overseeing student assistant work and schedules, creating intro videos for gameday, filming home events, obtaining b-roll for internal and external use, managing footage archive and deliver footage for media requests.
Additional duties include coordinating, setup, capturing, production, and distribution of a wide variety of projects involving video, photo, and motion graphics. This will include weekly highlights and hype videos, recruiting visits, interviews, and various social media videos used for internal and external use.
This position will also have decision-making authority on creative content posted to USU’s various social media platforms during normal working hours, plus evenings and weekends.
Reporting directly to the Vice President for Legal Affairs and General Counsel and representing Utah State University (“USU”), attorneys in USU’s Office of General Counsel advise on a variety of complex legal matters affecting higher education and USU. Consistent with skills and interests, this associate general counsel position will advise on topics such as public records requests and management, policy development and advisement, hearing and grievance processes, state and federal regulatory requirements, and other matters assigned by the General Counsel. In carrying out these duties, this position may also advise cross-functional committees and task forces.
This position will be based in Logan, but responsibilities may involve service to all campuses and centers in the University system.
This position is eligible for hybrid telework within the state of Utah, subject to USU’s policy and procedures. Telework outside of the state of Utah is subject to review and approval by the University before a job offer is extended.
Incumbents in the Academic Advisor position advise prospective, current, and former students. Incumbents advise and assist students in the development of academic plans and class schedules. Additionally, incumbents assess academic level, attend to student academic inquiries, assist in the resolution of individual academic problems, and advise on academic program changes. Incumbents also prepare students’ graduation applications for Dean approval in DegreeWorks and assist students with semester-by-semester planning in preparation for declaring a major. This is an on campus position at the USU Eastern campus in Price, Utah.
The position is supervised by Director of Advising, Student Orientation, and Transition Services who will also conduct performance evaluations.
Seasonal labor helping in efforts on the Kaysville Research Farm primarily in apple, peach, and cherry orchards.
The Utah State University (USU) Extension Create Better Health (SNAP-ED) program is acomprehensive program that helps low-income individuals and families by providing direct education on basic nutrition, cooking skills and physical activity to youth and adults both online and face-to-face (as situations allow); collaborates with community partners to improve healthy food access and physical activity opportunities within communities (PSE work); provides outreach and education through social media platforms.
USU Extension Create Better Health program in Wasatch is seeking a qualified individual to work part-time (20 hours per week depending on available grant funding) providing complementary elements of the program (mentioned above). Reporting program progress and impacts is an essential part of this work. Familiarity with SNAP procedures and local community food distribution sites is desirable. Successful applicants will be required to recruit agencies they partner with, recruit clients they teach, and follow federal guidelines. SNAP-Ed is a grant funded program and adherence to policies, protocols and procedures are essential.
Continuation of employment is based upon need, performance, and available funding (funding is grant funded). Work under County Extension supervisors. Must follow Create Better Health (SNAP-Ed) policies and procedures.
The ASPIRE research center at Utah State University is recruiting high school and community college students interested in internships in the areas related to electrified transportation systems. Opportunities exist for both summer and school year work. Successful candidates will have exciting opportunities to work with college students and advisors from a wide range of disciplines including engineering and social sciences.
Utah State University (USU) invites applications for a Supportive Measures Specialist (Student Success Advisor) in the Office of Equity. Reporting to the Equity Director, the Supportive Measures Specialist will advise a diverse population of individuals who have experienced sexual misconduct or discrimination, or who are involved in an Office of Equity investigation. The Supportive Measures Specialist will be responsible for using trauma-informed principles while working to implement university supportive measures.
USU is currently hiring non-benefited teachers to provide clinical instruction to USU nursing students beginning August 1, 2022. Review of applicants will begin July of 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.
ACA Variable Position, US Work Authorization is Required