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USU Blanding is seeking applicants for an Early Education Teacher position. This full-time position (Teacher, Early Childhood II) will allow Jr. Aggies Academy to enroll more children, better meet accreditation requirements, and benefit the students by having a consistent teacher. The Early Education Teacher would train and supervise other teaching assistants in their classroom and others to sustain high quality care. This position wil also alleviate some duties that the Director may have, and would be able to be left in charge should the Director be absent.
Position Start Date: April 1, 2023
The Utah State University Admissions Office seeks an energetic student-oriented individual to join our Events Team. The Event Programmer (Program Coordinator I) will be primarily responsible for large-scale recruitment events hosted on- and off-campus by the Admissions Office (attendance ranges from 300-1500 prospective students and their families). This position requires excellent interpersonal, logistical and organizational skills as the candidate will work with prospective students, parents, counselors, USU departments, vendors, venues and other community members.
Recruitment at USU is a team effort. The successful candidate will be instrumental in creating meaningful experiences with USU that impact a student’s decision to enroll. Event attendance increases the likelihood that a student chooses USU and is a crucial enrollment management indicator. This position will assess event metrics, explore ways to innovate, and build relationships among all USU campuses, departments and colleges. The candidate must be a self-starter, work well both independently and in a team.
This position allows for flexibility in the work schedule and can accommodate slight variations to traditional business hours. Occasional evening and weekend work is required.
The Utah State University Admissions Office seeks an energetic student-oriented individual to join our Operations Team. The Assistant Director of Recruitment Operations reports directly to the Director of Recruitment Operations within the Admissions Office and assists them in carrying out the responsibilities of their team. The Assistant Director oversees all programming for new students including campus tours, on- and off-campus events for the Admissions Office.
This position plays an integral role in the overall recruitment and enrollment efforts for Utah State University, and is part of the Admissions Office leadership team. As a member of the leadership team, responsibilities include leading a team, providing recommendations on trends, and executing the vision and mission of the University.
The Housing Custodian will help students succeed by providing a clean, sanitary, and comfortable living environment.
Utah State University is seeking qualified applicants for a 12-month Athletic Training Residency position. Position will oversee the day to day operations of a Division 1 Programs; football, gymnastics, track and field, and volleyball. Will work on a daily basis with Athletic Trainers, Team Physicians and Team Physical Therapist.
Must be NATABOC certificated and eligible for state licensing in Utah. This will be a 12-month position at $1,850 per month.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures at Utah State University invites applications for an Adjunct Instructor position in Spanish beginning August 1st, 2023. The course is part of the Utah Bridge Program and is designed as an advanced language pathway for high school students who have passed the AP Language and Culture exam. This individual reports to the WLC department head.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures at Utah State University invites applications for an Adjunct Instructor position in Portuguese beginning August 1st, 2023. The course is part of the Utah Bridge Program and is designed as an advanced language pathway for high school students who have passed the AP Language and Culture exam. This individual reports to the WLC department head.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures at Utah State University invites applications for an Adjunct Instructor position in German beginning August 1st, 2023. The course is part of the Utah Bridge Program and is designed as an advanced language pathway for high school students who have passed the AP Language and Culture exam. This individual reports to the WLC department head.
The Department of World Languages and Cultures at Utah State University invites applications for an Adjunct Instructor position in French beginning August 1st, 2023. The course is part of the Utah Bridge Program and is designed as an advanced language pathway for high school students who have passed the AP Language and Culture exam. This individual reports to the WLC department head.
The Youth Program Assistant works under the direction of the Program Coordinator to provide logistical coordination and facilitation for the youth programs held on the USU campus. The position will help with aspects of coordination, facilitation and assistance with various youth program events and work as a team member to assist all related program activities and special events.
The Youth Program Assistant will use discretion and independent judgment as well as exceptional customer service in the performance of program and event related activities. Youth Program Assistants will need to have exceptional organization skills and work well in a high paced environment. Team members will be required to work weekends and holidays when program groups are on campus.
Event Services will arrange for the incumbent to attain required certifications including food handler's permit, USU golf cart permit, USU driver training, Minors on Campus training, and CPR/First Aid certifications following the hiring process. A background check will be conducted on all finalists.
*The job requires working evenings, including Friday evenings, and weekends.
The Program Assistant works under the direction of the Program Coordinator. This position will assist the Program Coordinator in preparing various logistical arrangements for the Summer Citizens Program and client programs. Duties include multi-level planning, correspondence including typing, copying, emailing, and mass mailings, research for travel, website support, instructor management/abstract system support, database management, and other activities related to event management and administration.
Work schedule will be 10-20 hours during the school year and 40 hours during the Summer (May - July). Primarily work hours will be 8am -5pm M-F, however schedule will vary with project and activity schedules and will include some travel.
USU Eastern in Price, Utah is accepting applications for part-time bus drivers with Class B (or better) and Class B no air brake restrictions/with passenger endorsement.
The Office of Global Engagement is seeking a Study Abroad Systems Coordinator and Advisor (Program Coordinator I) to administer and promote study abroad opportunities at Utah State University (USU). The coordinator serves as the primary administrator for the study abroad data management system (Terra Dotta), compiles reports and analyzes data, works closely with staff, students and faculty throughout the study abroad process, and coordinates study abroad outreach efforts.
The Office of Global Engagement includes Study Abroad (USU faculty-led, student exchange, and direct programs), International Student and Scholar Services, International Undergraduate Admissions, and International Programs (cooperation agreements, contracts, and grants with international institutions; and hosting international visiting scholars and delegations). The Office of Global Engagement currently has twelve benefited employees, one Graduate Teaching Assistant, and several part-time non-benefitted wage hourly employees, and sponsors the International Student Council and several other international student associations. The Study Abroad team currently consists of the director, two advisors, and a student peer advisor.
Review of applications will begin in early March 2023, and posting will remain open until the position is filled. Anticipated start date is May 1, 2023.
The Development Officer I/Associate Director of Development (Development Officer II) for the Blanding Campus (assigned to the University Wide team) is responsible for the qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift prospects. The position will work with donors to link their passions with Utah State University and determine the appropriate gift vehicles, including cash, securities, real property and other. The position will be hired at one of two levels - please see the Qualifications section below.
Reporting to the Senior Director of Development for University Wide, the position will participate in strategy development for the Blanding campus and is responsible for solicitation strategies specific to that campuses goals. The individual can mentor less experienced team members and sets an example by their leadership, collaboration, and interaction with colleagues, university partners and community members. Building and maintaining an effective working relationship with the Associate Vice-President of the Blanding campus is key to success and growth for this position.
The Development Officer/Associate Director of Development reviews research reports and information from the Prospect Analytics and Research team on assigned donors and prospects. The individual plans trips and contacts donors to set appointments for visits. They build relationships for the University with donors by presenting the case for philanthropic support and engagement opportunities, and follows up with correspondence, phone calls and additional visits as appropriate to close gifts.
This position is highly collaborative with other colleagues and works closely with University and Foundation leadership. This position also requires extensive public contact with high-level alumni, donors and volunteers. Travel is required.
If hired as an Early Intervention service provider, you will be trained to play a key role in the South East Early Intervention Program, serving children birth to three with disabilities and/or developmental delays in Emery, Carbon and Grand counties. We seek someone who will be a reflective and collaborative provider with an understanding of early child development, and a passion for working on behalf of the healthy development of children and their caregivers. Your home office will be located on the Utah State University Eastern campus in Price with access to campus amenities.This position may be between 75% - 100% time depending on program needs and the candidate selected.
South East Early Intervention Program (SEEIP) operates under Utah State University’s Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice (IDRPP). SEEIP is one of 14 early intervention programs of the Utah Department of Health and Human Services Baby Watch Early Intervention Program.
To learn more about the mission and values of the IDRPP or of Utah Baby Watch Early Intervention, visit https://idrpp.usu.edu and https://health.utah.gov/cshcn/programs/babywatch.html.
USU full time benefits include choice of medical & dental plans, 22 days paid vacation leave, 12 days of accrued sick leave, 13 paid holidays, 14.2% contribution to annual gross earnings 401(a) retirement plan, 50% USU tuition waiver for employee and immediate family. See USU Benefits Website for full details (https://www.usu.edu/hr/benefits/index)
Utah State University's School of Teacher Education and Leadership (TEAL) seeks candidates for a Lecturer position in Instructional Leadership. We are looking for a creative, visionary, and energetic faculty member for our innovative online principal preparation programs (Administrative/Supervisory Concentration and M.Ed. in Instructional Leadership). Responsibilities will include: teaching (online), service to the university, community, and field, and program coordination. Applicants should have demonstrated K-12 school leadership experience.
This position will be physically located at the USU main Campus in Logan. This is a 1.0 FTE, term appointment, 12-month Fiscal year position.
Review of applications will begin March 20, 2023, and continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 2023, depending on the availability of the selected candidate.
Inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Amanda Taggart at 435-797-1474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Under direction of the Resource & Recovery Manager, the Lab Gas Coordinator (Coordinator Service II) is responsible for lab gas deliveries, pickup, and data entry to track lab gas cylinders around campus. The employee will build relationships with those around campus to provide excellent customer service and help fulfill their needs with Lab Gas. They work as a member of the Resource and Recovery team and will help other areas of the department to accomplish goals.
- Half Tuition for Employees and Dependents
- 14.2% Retirement Contribution
- 13 Paid Holidays
- 12 days of accrued Sick Leave
- 12 days of accrued Vacation Leave
- And more
The Department of Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education (ASTE) in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences at Utah State University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Technology & Engineering Education at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 1, 2023. This position is an academic-year (nine-month) appointment with opportunities for summer employment. The role statement for this position will consist of approximately 70% teaching, 25% research, and 5% service, and will include teaching responsibilities in the undergraduate Technology and Engineering Education program and the related graduate programs. This faculty position is located at the Logan, Utah campus of Utah State University.
Anticipated start date is August 1, 2023.
Smart Foodscapes Project – Internship Program (2 Positions)
We are seeking applicants, age 14+, to assist our Research and Education teams in creating more sustainable rangelands for beef production systems.
The Utah State University (USU) Extension Create Better Health (SNAP-ED) program is a comprehensive 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 Utah County 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.