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This temporary position (less than 3 months) will assist in collecting social science data for the National Park Service in the Escalante District of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
The Field Research Assistant-temporary research position will work for several weeks in September 2021. Field Research Assistants will spend most of the position duration camping in remote backcountry settings and on days off, will have opportunity to return to Escalante, UT where WiFi access and services are available.
Multiple positions available.
Applications are now being accepted for various classroom teaching aide positions at Edith Bowen Laboratory School for the 2021-2022 school year. These positions may include the following: Teaching Aide, RtI Teaching Aide, SPED Teaching Aide, SPED One on One Teaching Aide.
This position is a solid 6 hours per day and attendance is required during entire shift. This is a non-benefited position. Hours for this position are 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Positions will begin approximately August 16, 2021
Custom Fit (CF) Training specialist will work directly under the CF Regional Coordinator. They will oversee most of the administrative and operational activities for the Moab region CF Program in Grand County. Responsibilities will also extend into Carbon, Emery, and San Juan Counties in Southeastern Utah. As CF Specialist they conduct industry job/training needs analysis and establishes training agreements to address those needs. Plans and designs performance-based training for companies and industries located primarily in the Moab area. They will coordinate with instructors to develop and deliver the training which is identified in customized training plans. They Custom Fit industry project and training records to comply with state and institutional requirements, processes, procedures, & reporting.
In addition, the specialist may oversee all educational workshops and other events offered by the Center and its partners that provide management training to small business owners in the area. The specialist works closely with other regional CF specialists and directors from around the State and coordinates relevant activities internally within Utah State University's colleges and departments.
Kill site technicians will investigate kill sites from collared mountain lions for a PhD student's research project. The kill site technician will be located in various sites in Utah, but home base is Millville, Utah.
The Classroom Facilitator works with Interactive Broadcast instructors and students to ensure a beneficial learning environment. This part-time, non-benefited position works in Kaysville, UT. The position hours and days may change each semester but are mostly evenings on Monday through Thursday. Must be available to work Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Up to 3 Early Intervention is seeking 1-2 evaluators (10-20 hr/wk) to administer the Battelle Developmental Inventory 2NU (BDI 2NU) standardized evaluation with children under 3 years old. Training is provided to learn to administer the BDI 2NU. A fluent Spanish speaker is preferred but not required. These evaluations are conducted in person in our center or in family’s homes.
Experience conducting assessments is very helpful, experience working with young children who have disabilities or delays a big plus. Must be able to develop and maintain relationships with families referred to the program. Applicant must complete USU’s Driver's Awareness Training, Sexual Harassment Awareness Training, and a successful background check. Applicant will be supported to complete the Baby Watch Early Intervention Certification.
The primary duty of this position is to support the Center for Persons with Disabilities (CPD) Research and Training Division with data collection, management, and analysis, including assisting with writing up research findings for publication in journals and technical reports. This position may also have opportunities to help in the design and delivery of trainings, and in developing new programs and grant applications. This position reports to the Research and Training Division Director and has no supervisory responsibilities.
The Crop Physiology Laboratory at Utah State University has three openings for Postdoctoral Research Fellow I with background in controlled environment crop physiology and production. https://caas.usu.edu/labs/cpl/.
These positions are funded by three sources:
1) A NASA grant that seeks to improve food production on Mars https://cubes.space/
2) A USDA grant that seeks to improve the efficiency of horticultural lighting on Earth https://www.hortlamp.org/
3) A consortium of growers who seek to optimize quality of botanical medicines from crops in the genus Cannabis.
Estimated start date for these positions is August 1, 2021.
Utah State University's Department of Plants, Soils and Climate seeks applications for a full-time 9-month tenure-track faculty position in Weed Science at the Assistant Professor level. Responsibilities of this position are 65% research, 30% teaching and 5% service. The successful candidate is expected to teach integrated weed management at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and build an externally funded nationally and internationally recognized research program relevant to the management of weeds in agronomic crops, horticultural crops, and natural landscapes.
What do we offer?The Campus Store is at the heart of USU-we bleed blue. We are passionate about everything Aggie. We cheer on our sports teams, we take pride in the accomplishments of the University and our students. We love Homecoming and Graduation and connecting with other Aggies that are spread around the world. We strive to foster a culture of teamwork and leadership development in a positive, people-focused environment. We look for people who can grow, think, dream, and create. Our culture thrives by embracing diversity and rewarding imagination. We utilize customer service skills, basic sales techniques, and product knowledge to connect customers with the right product and drive sales. We help you prioritize your education by working with you and your class schedule. We are hiring for Permanent and Seasonal employment for the 2021-22 school year. Positions start as early as mid-July.
Tutor positions are open to currently enrolled students and community members who would like to serve in a tutoring capacity while positively representing the institution. A tutor will provide individual and small group tutoring to students in a walk-in tutoring center. A tutor will help students who enroll in mathematics or life and physical science courses to understand the course material and learning objectives. A tutor will assist them in concept development, problem solving, and study skills. A tutor should have the essential characteristics of professionalism, skill-sets in subject area, and ability to devote adequate time to the position.
Responsible for all administrative tasks pertaining to SBDC/CF Department Functions.
The Systems Admin in the Shingo Institute of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University is charged with overseeing and working with the disparate technologies of the Institute under the direction of the Operations Director. This position will work within the systems and constraints of the Utah State University IT function while also building and customizing unique solutions for the Institute. The Systems Admin will be responsible for the day-to-day IT work.
The primary mission of the Aggie Chocolate Factory (ACF) is to support learning, research, and outreach activities related to cacao and chocolate production.
The ACF Production Manager (ACFPM) supports the primary mission of the ACF and is responsible for managing the production of the ACF including daily operations, production management, and staffing. The ACFPM ensures the smooth and efficient functioning of the ACF and the safe use and maintenance of equipment and facilities.
The ACF provides facilities for students to learn and experience production operations in a bean-to-bar factory. It is also important for the ACFPM to provide a work environment where employees can learn and practice a range of skills that will be of benefit in their future activities and careers. Similar to a production manager at a small aggressive start-up business the ACFPM is expected to perform many different tasks with an enthusiastic entrepreneurial flare. The ACFPM will report directly to the ACF Director.
The "Teen Spheres of Influence" is a Utah State University 4-H grant funded program (3 years), designed to enhance teen leadership in existing youth councils (4-H youth councils, Youth City Councils, Student body officers, etc.). We are looking for a part time Program Coordinator with the responsibilities to coordinate program efforts, facilitate purchase and finance tracking, gather and tabulate evaluation data, and assist with curriculum and training. This position will be working with 4-H staff statewide, as well as four program specific regional Coordinators and program administration. This position will be based in the Salt Lake area.
The Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence is seeking a part-time clinic receptionist to serve the Behavior Support Services division. The individual will welcome and assist Sorenson Center clients seeking Behavior Support Services including answering service or building related questions, providing proper paperwork to clients, taking payments from clients, and maintaining medical records. Position starts August 1st.
Hours: Work hours will be 15-20 hours a week scheduled between 1-5pm Monday-Friday
The Aviation and Technical Education department seeks an Education Specialist to assist with the stackable degree programs within the department (i.e. General Technology AAS, and Technology Systems BS). The individual will prepare relevant presentations and materials, update department website pages, work with CAAS and University Marketing initiatives, and may organize, deliver, and/or facilitate a class related to technical education programs. This position is located in Logan or Brigham City. Final job title determination will be dependent upon the qualifications of selected candidate for the position.
This position is for Temporary Field Technician in the Henry Mountains desert foothills, for approximately one or more months of work in August and September. It is for a research project focusing on rangeland ecology, specifically, the effects of herbivores on plant communities in rangelands that are heavily managed for livestock production. This work is in collaboration with Utah State University and the Bureau of Land Management.
The Development Officer is responsible for the qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift prospects. She/he/they will work with donors to link their passions to the College of Science priorities and determine the appropriate gift vehicles, including cash, securities, real property and other.
The incumbent will participate in strategy development for the college development team and is responsible for solicitation strategies specific to his/her/their constituents and goals. The development officercan mentor less experienced team members and sets an example by his/her,their leadership, collaboration, and interaction with colleagues, university partners and community members. Building and maintaining an effective working relationship with the dean/director is key to success and growth as a Development Officer.
The Development Officer reviews research reports and information from the Prospect Analytics and Research team on assigned donors and prospects. She/he plans trips and contacts donors to set appointments for visits. She/he/they builds relationships for the University with donors by presenting the case for philanthropic support and engagement opportunities. She/he/they 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.
The Utah Agricultural Experiment Station is looking to hire a Supervisor for the Sheep/Goat unit located on the South Farm in Wellsville, UT. The individual will report to the South Farm Manager and will be a part of the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station farm managers team. This is a 12 month, full time, exempt position, with USU benefits.