Click column header to sort
Spanish speaking graphic designer/video editor. This part-time graphic design project will create and/or provide timing for videos in Spanish as part of a parenting education project. Videos include content around typical child development topics as well as trauma. We will be using the Doodly program, among others.
The Customer Service Coordinator ensures that Facilities operations are efficient and customer work requests are taken accurately, promptly and courteously using discretion. They use customer service skills to answer telephones, review and prepare incoming and outgoing correspondences, assist visitors, and resolve and/or refer a range of customer problems and inquiries in a way that meets and exceeds customer expectations.
The Department of Psychology at Utah State University seeks candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the Combined Clinical/Counseling Psychology program. A counseling specialization is required. Research areas that focus on children, parenting, and/or families are desired, although applicants will be considered broadly across innovative areas that complement that of existing Combined Program faculty.
Located on the main campus in Logan, Utah, this is a 1 FTE, 9-month academic year position. Review of applications will begin October 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 1, 2022. This position is eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
If you have questions about the position please contact the search committee chair, Dr. Melanie M. Domenech Rodríguez (435-797-3059; Melanie.Domenech@usu.edu).
The Department of Kinesiology and Health Science at Utah State University (USU) seeks an Assistant Professor to serve as a Health and Wellness Extension Specialist. We are seeking applicants with research and teaching expertise in health education and promotion with a focus on current public health issues (e.g., mental health and wellness, suicide prevention, physical inactivity, and other public health crises). Expectations for this position include a 65% role assignment in Extension to develop and extend statewide outreach education and applied research on health/wellness topics, coordinate programs with Extension county faculty, and conduct research. There is also a 30% teaching role assignment in a Masters of Public Health (MPH) program and a 5% role assignment in service.
The position will be housed on the USU Logan Campus and includes statewide responsibilities. This is a 12-month, tenure-track, full-time benefited position beginning July 1, 2022. Review of applicants will begin November 10, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. This position is eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Steve Hawks (435-797-5101; email@example.com).
This Grant and Contract Officer will provide pre-award expertise in the preparation, review, approval and submission of sponsored program proposals and assistance with various sponsor agreements. This position will provide support to administrative staff and faculty. The position will be a resource in the development of grant and contract applications including federal and non-federal grant proposals, subcontracts, Just-in-Time requests and non-competing continuation applications. This position will coordinate with investigators, department, and business services staff in the development of all proposals and will serve assigned departments as the expert on pre-award regulations, procedures, and application guidelines. This includes all sponsor types (federal, non-federal, and private).
This position requires critical thinking skills, problem recognition and problem solving ability, independent analysis, strong attention to detail, keen organizational skills, the ability to communicate in a positive tone with a clear message in oral and written communication, the ability to exceed customer service expectations, and willingness to learn about the sponsored research field.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) and the Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL) at Utah State University (USU) invite applications for a tenure eligible faculty position in Groundwater Engineering. We anticipate hiring at the tenure track Assistant Professor level, but exceptional candidates at the Associate or Full Professor levels may also be considered. We seek candidates whose research will generate data-driven, collaborative, sustainable, and holistic solutions to water quantity, quality, and management problems involving groundwater, in the face of growing population, aging infrastructure, changing climate, and changing societal values. This position will build on USU’s existing strengths in water resources and environmental engineering. We are committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion and welcome applicants that share these values. This position will be a 9-month, tenure track, academic appointment with an anticipated start date of August 2022.
We seek candidates who can significantly contribute to scholarship and teaching in the broad topical area of groundwater engineering. The successful candidate must have a strong understanding of subsurface hydrology, the physics of groundwater flow and transport, modeling of groundwater flow, and/or remote sensing of groundwater. Research areas for the successful candidate may include, but are not limited to, local and regional-scale groundwater dynamics, surface water-groundwater interactions, impact of climate variability on groundwater resources, and/or subsurface transport of groundwater contaminants. As part of the UWRL, the successful candidate’s research should have application in addressing groundwater problems in the state of Utah. Candidates must articulate a vision for and show how their research and teaching will: 1) yield data-driven, collaborative, sustainable, and holistic solutions; 2) leverage existing strengths at USU in hydrology, hydraulics, hydroinformatics, water resources management, geotechnical engineering, irrigation, water quality, and environmental engineering; and 3) improve CEE and USU capabilities to solve interdisciplinary water problems now and in the future. We seek candidates who promote diversity in education and research and have experience with a variety of collaboration, research, teaching, and curricular perspectives.
Formal evaluation of the applications will begin on October 25, 2021 and the search will continue until the position is filled.
Further inquiries should be made to:
Jeff Horsburgh, PhD
Search Committee Chair
The office University and Exploratory Advising (UAEA) seeks a Staff Assistant III. This role serves as the student and advisor experience specialist - managing the effective completion of advising activities and supporting the Executive Director, Academic Advisor Supervisor, Advisors, and Peer Advisors. The candidate in this role will be engaged in processes and interventions designed to help students persist, declare a major, and graduate. Our desired candidate will set a friendly, helpful tone in working with students, colleagues, and stakeholders. This role is 75% time (30 hours per week) and supervises the student employees managing the activities of the reception desk.
The goals of UAEA are to:
- Increase persistence and retention of exploring/undecided students utilizing meta-majors to engage in a meaningful major exploration experience centered in student strengths, interests, goals, and values.
- 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.
The Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science at Utah State University invites applications for a 9-month, tenure-track faculty position (55-60% research, 35-40% teaching, and 5% service) at the Assistant Professor level with research and teaching interests in the area of human nutrition and public health.
The anticipated start date is August 2022. Reviewing of candidates will begin November 17, 2021.
The Department of Social Work at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for a tenure-track, nine-month, position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Located at the USU flagship campus in Logan, Utah, this position is part of department, college, and university wide clusters of searches designed to foster interdisciplinary scholarship and creative activity, and to increase curricular and research coverage of areas that reinforce USU’s institutional priorities around justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The Department of Social Work at USU actively pursues social justice and empowerment for all, and especially historically marginalized groups and individuals, through education, research, and community engagement. Thus, the Department of Social Work seeks to hire an individual whose research uses a social justice lens to study one or more of the below areas: culturally-responsive practice with Latinx communities, substance use and misuse, criminal justice, rural social work practice, or other areas of expertise that further the USU land grant mission.
This is a tenure-track position with a role assignment of 50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service. The start date is August 1, 2022. This position will be supported with startup funds related to research, travel, and technology.
The Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence is hiring an individual who is fluent in Tigrinya and can interpret written and oral information in a health care setting.
Utah State University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering invites applications to fill a tenure track faculty position in the broad area of structural engineering. It is expected that this position will be filled at the Assistant Professor level; however, outstanding candidates will be considered at other levels. Applicants should have expertise in one or more of the following areas related to structural engineering: high performance computing, numerical modeling, application of artificial intelligence/machine learning in civil engineering, community resilience, systems engineering, hazard analysis and mitigation, non-destructive evaluation, soil-structure interaction, earthquake engineering, bridge engineering, experimental testing and hybrid structural analysis, and innovative civil engineering materials research. Professional registration and prior academic or practical experience are also desirable. This is an academic-year (9-month) position with the anticipated start date of August 2022.
The structural engineering group at Utah State enjoys significant collaboration and shared interests in several research areas. These include natural and human-caused hazard analysis, infrastructure resiliency, earthquake engineering, and non-destructive testing and evaluation. The CEE Department also has unique experimental equipment and facilities, such as the Systems, Materials, and Structural Health (SMASH) Laboratory, which contribute to cutting-edge studies both in the laboratory and in the field. The successful applicant will contribute significantly to both the research and teaching efforts within the department and across the broader university community.
The search committee will begin considering applications on November 1, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, applications should be submitted prior to that date.
WebAIM seeks to make the web more accessible to people with disabilities. WebAIM is a proud component of the USU Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice. One of our most popular services is website accessibility evaluation. As a web accessibility specialist, you will inspect client web pages (aided by our WAVE evaluation tool), document the accessibility barriers you find, explain their impact on users, and recommend strategies for remediation. Our team doesn’t actually fix our clients’ sites; instead, our goal is to educate and empower our clients to build more inclusive websites themselves.
Caine College of the Arts Production Services is looking for Technicians with experience and interest in supporting live productions.
Hours Flex with performance support needs with more work hours being available later in the semester as performance groups become prepared to perform.
Please use the required cover letter to specifically address how you would be a good fit for this job. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Dining Services Custodial Position for the Junction Dining Hall. This is an On-Campus ACA Variable Hours position.
USU Eastern's Automotive Technology program is looking for an Automotive Lab Assistant.
Tutors will work with student-athletes one-on-one or in a small group setting to review and better understand course material.
The Athletic Trainer II will work primarily with the Softball team to prevent, care for, and rehabilitate athletic injuries and direct assigned areas of responsibility. Other team assignments will be made as needed.
The Brigham City Region of USU is seeking a qualified Network Systems Specialist to oversee our dynamic distance education system and infrastructure. This technologically based individual will ensure that our interactive video conference system (IVC) operates seamlessly. They will be in charge of computer hardware, software, and components for teaching stations, computer labs, and works stations. With a positive can-do attitude, they will see that server systems, displays, and communications occur flawlessly. As a member of a great team of individuals, they will affect positive educational opportunities and transform lives through their service.
Under the general direction of the USU Eastern GEAR UP Director or GEAR UP Advisor: works one-on-one or in small groups with graduating high school seniors and families/guardians and first-year student GEAR UP (GU) students to provide mentoring and academic assistance. Addresses the needs of diverse learners; serves as a positive role model; and interacts with students, families/guardians, faculty/staff, and/or administration in a professional manner. Travels to and from high schools within Carbon and Emery counties to serve graduating high school students and prepare them for their first year of college. Attends staff meetings and annual training at the GEAR UP home office at Utah State University Eastern. Annual travel opportunities to a statewide, regional and/or national GEAR UP conference for professional development purposes may occur, if funding is available. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required for special events; such as National GEAR UP Week, National Senior College Signing Day, USU Eastern Leadership Summit, professional development opportunities, or to contact students and families/guardians.
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) is a federally-funded grant program whose goal is to increase college awareness for underrepresented students and their families/guardians, and to help students develop the skills and preparation necessary to complete high school and attend college.
Hiring is contingent on completion of a successful background check. This position falls under USU's Title IX "Responsible Employee" designation and is required to report any disclosures of sexual harassment or sexual violence to the USU Title IX Coordinator and/or appropriate school district/school authority. Furthermore, Utah law requires any public or private citizen to report child abuse or neglect to the nearest peace office, law enforcement agency, or office of the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS).
Note: Employment is grant-funded and may be discontinued at any time.
USU Housing Maintenance Laborer is responsible for assisting in replacing hot water heaters, changing out furnace filters, light bulbs, smoke alarm batteries, turning over apartments, and some plumbing issues in residence halls.