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The Sexual Assault & Anti-Violence Information (SAAVI) Office seeks to hire a full-time (40 hours a week) Therapist. The SAAVI office provides safe and confidential counseling and advocacy services to ANYONE at Utah State University who has been impacted or has questions about sexual assault, rape, dating or domestic violence, stalking, bullying, hate crimes, and hazing.
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a Home and Community Department/4-H Youth Programs faculty position. This is a non-tenure track, 12-month, fiscal-year appointment. Extension faculty develop, provide, evaluate, and coordinate research-based educational programs for youth and adults. Extension faculty also recruit, train and supervise volunteer leaders and serve as a liaison between local clientele, other resource agencies, and Utah State University administrators, faculty, and programs. Extension faculty have Grand County, departmental, and University responsibilities. An office will be provided at the Grand County Extension Office in Moab, Utah.
We welcome candidates with knowledge in one or more home and community and/or 4-H youth program areas, appropriate to the county assignment, including, but not limited to:
Home and Community:
- Economic development
- Community resources
- Workforce development
- Entrepreneurship/business development
- Family and consumer sciences
- Positive psychology and solution-focused mental health
- Suicide prevention
- Food preservation and safety
- Diabetes education
- Gerontology or human development
- Housing education
- Finance education
4-H Youth Programs:
- Youth development
- 4-H Project areas: civic leadership, citizenship, healthy living, computer science, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), etc.
- Volunteer management development
- Non-profit fundraising
We are especially interested in candidates that are well versed in using online educational platforms (e.g. Canvas) to develop and deliver clientele-focused programming related to home and community and/or 4-H youth programs.
The estimated start date for this position is March 1, 2021.
More information about Utah State University Extension and the Home and Community Department can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvXITaFAltE&feature=youtu.be
More information about 4-H programs can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vJ5Ab-uTDk
The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University is accepting applications for a part-time administrative staff appointment for Career Advisor. Applications are being taken immediately, and the position is available January 2021. Salary will be commensurate with experience.
The incumbent is responsible for working directly with graduate students to provide individual and group career development services for the Master of Human Resources Program at Jon M Huntsman School of Business. This position will report to the Program Administrator of the MHR Program. This position can be done remotely.
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a County Extension faculty, tenure track position. Extension faculty develop, implement, evaluate, and coordinate research-based educational programs to enhance quality of life for youth and adults. Extension faculty also recruit, train and supervise volunteer leaders and serve as a liaison between local clientele, other resource agencies, and Utah State University administrators, faculty, and programs. This Extension position includes both Grand County and university responsibilities. An office will be provided at the USU Extension office in Moab. Rank will be commensurate with experience, qualifications, and current rank. Appointment opportunities include Extension Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure track).
A master’s degree is required. Estimated start date is March 1, 2021.
This is a paid internship opportunity. The successful individual for this position will become a member of the heavy equipment and trucking (HETR) training programs within the Professional Career and Technical Education (PCTE) Division in Blanding, Utah.
Important Note: This position is in Blanding. Once selected, this individual will need to be enrolled in the Diesel Technology Program Courses at Eastern in Price and work toward the Diesel Technician-Certificate of Completion. Special permissions will be given for the student/intern to attend courses via video/web/conferencing or online from Blanding. Most lab portions will be taught in Blanding at the HETR shop/field (some lab portions may require occasional travel to Price). Satisfactory attitude, grades and attendance will be required to participate in this paid internship.
This Program Coordinator serves as a resource for students from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds and works collaboratively within the Inclusion Center, Division of Student Affairs, and campus community to support the mission and function of the Center. The coordinator provides extensive programming, outreach and education on campus; assists students, staff, faculty, alumni and community members who access the space and services of the Center; advises student organizations; supervises work-study students, interns, and volunteers; assists with administration of the Center including program assessment and evaluation; makes referrals.
The Child Care Assistant Teacher will work with the Early Care and Education Center Teachers and Program Coordinator to instruct children at the childcare center located at USU Brigham City Regional Campus. Professional training will be required as part of this position.
This is a non-benefited position.
Facilities Service Representative (part-time) helps keep campus buildings in clean and orderly condition by performing the responsibilities outlined below.
Reporting to the Sr. Director of Stewardship and Donor Engagement, the Director of Events is responsible for overseeing events for donors and alumni. The Director makes recommendations for innovative events for USU donors and alumni, takes initiative to plan and execute events and projects in a professional manner, collaborating with Stewardship & Donor Engagement team members, USU Event Services, vendors, and others. Events include physical or virtual events with the purpose of showing appreciation and engaging donors to further Advancement’s mission of providing a gratifying donor experience.
The Director of Events will oversee all aspects of event planning, including but not limited to: making recommendations for engaging opportunities that build on USU’s mission at all levels, developing invitations, requesting and refining guest lists, working with vendors, coordinating staff, assuring post-event data is captured, and assuring all levels of the event experience reflect USU’s excellence. The Director will operationalize Advancement’s tiered event support plan and collaborate with units to provide support for donor-related events.
AmeriCorps is a National Service program that supports direct service to meet important community needs. AmeriCorps is an equal opportunity program and we seek to provide reasonable accommodations for application and service.
Position is Monday through Friday with some weekend and evening work required. Begins February 2021.
Applications are now being accepted for a 12-month term (until 450 hours filled, approximately 8.5 hours/week) AmeriCorps position with the Utah State University (USU) Permaculture Initiative, coordinated by USU Extension Sustainability. The AmeriCorps Permaculture Initiative Assistant will work with a variety of audiences primarily via education and outreach. Permaculture is a design framework guided by ethics and principles, mimicking the diversity, functionality and resilience of natural ecosystems.
To increase involvement with the USU Moab permaculture garden and affiliated Moab Bee Inspired Gardens - and understanding of permaculture design - by university faculty, students, facilities staff, Grand County residents, and tourists.
Permaculture is a design process mimicking the diversity, functionality and resilience of natural ecosystems. The principles and practices are drawn from traditional ecological knowledge of indigenous cultures combined with modern scientific understanding and technological innovations. Permaculture design provides a framework helping individuals and communities develop innovative, creative and effective strategies for meeting basic needs while preparing for and mitigating the projected impacts of climate change.
Compensation includes a bi-monthly stipend of approximately $166 (for a total of $4000 for the 12-month period), and an education stipend of $1,638.89 upon successful completion of the 450 hour commitment. Student Loan Forbearance & Payment of Interest Accrued during the position term. Permaculture training included in/near Moab.
On Campus ACA Variable hours
Housing Services is seeking a cabinet maker/carpenter to assist with cutting out, building, install, and make repairs to cabinet and counter tops. This position is temporary/seasonal with the potential to become permanent. This job will go from January 19, 2021 through June 30, 2022, is full time, and the hours are Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm. Minimum 3 months directly related work experience in cabinets or related trade. Pay will be $10.50 - $14:00 per hour depending on experience.
Valid Utah driver’s license to perform essential job responsibilities, such as driving university vehicles and transporting materials. Must be able to pass a background check.
Join the Largest Student Employer on Campus, Dining and Event Services!
Pay starts at $8.00 per hour with performance-based raises. We work around most schedules, including athletics...and if that's not good enough, each shift worked gets a free meal!
Multiple positions available, no experience necessary. Position begins in January 2021 and continues through Spring 2021 semester.
The Department of Computer Science, in the College of Science at Utah State University, invites applications for up to two Assistant Professor positions at the Logan campus. This is an academic year (nine-month), tenure-track position. The relative weights assigned to domains of responsibility are 50% in research or creative endeavors, 40% in teaching, and 10% in service. The department is interested in strengthening and expanding its focus in Software Engineering, Security, Cloud Computing, Robotics, Human Computer Interaction, and Data Science, but strong applicants in other areas may be considered.
The anticipated start date is August 2021.
Chemistry & Biochemistry Department is seeking a Biochemistry Lab Manager to help with ordering, organization, maintenance, and budgeting of projects aimed at determining the structure and function of newly discovered bacterial immune systems, that include two novel CRISPR systems.
The position requires a general understanding of life science, microbiology, and chemical methodologies, as responsibilities will include making chemical stocks, maintaining specialized equipment, and helping with experiments where needed. Making chemical stocks, maintaining specialized equipment, and helping with experiments where needed. Helping budget for, organize, prepare for, and run two week-long summer camps for high-school students.
This position is funded until 2025, and then ongoing as funding allows.
Applications are now being accepted for various classroom teaching aide positions at Edith Bowen Laboratory School for the 2020-2021 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.
The Office of Health Equity and Community Engagement works to promote health and wellness throughout Utah. Through utilizing the Extension model and cross-sector partnerships, our office is bridging the gap between public health and the broader community. Our vision is to create a healthier Utah by empowering local communities to develop innovative solutions to their most urgent public health concerns. We use the community-based participatory research model in our projects to ensure that solutions meet local needs. Our projects, such as the Tribal Rural Opioid Initiative, the Master Health Volunteer Program, and the Well Connected Communities initiative have increased local community engagement in health and wellness issues and have expanded local capacity to meet significant health needs.
We are looking for an AmeriCorps Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA) in order to expand our impact across the state. This year-long position involves fundraising, volunteer management, and long-term strategic development planning.
The Teacher Aide II position will requires a well-organized individual with past leadership/coordinator experience, who will be able to provide high quality service for people with disabilities. This position is responsible for coordinating part of our day program and related transportation services.
The Garfield County Office of Utah State University Extension seek a qualified individual who would be responsible for providing enriching afterschool clubs for students. Instructor positions are available at all three Garfield County Sites (Bryce Valley, Escalante, and Panguitch). We need educators to teach a variety of subject matters; such as, but not limited to Sewing, STEM, Cake Decorating, Music, Art, Etc. Instructor may teach 4+ days a week depending on program needs and instructor availability. Instructors need to be available from 3:00-6:00 on days they are teaching
M-Th and 12:00-1:30 p.m. Friday.
Pay is based on qualifications- starting at $8 up to $12
Support the goals and vision of Utah State University Maintenance Department by carrying out repairs and modifications to campus equipment and facilities that will improve safety, quality, and productivity and prolong the useful life of University assets.
Under the general direction of USU Emergency Management, plan and implement the process of contacting and interviewing individuals who have been infected with COVID-19, identifying close contacts that they may have unknowingly exposed, and providing those contacts with the information needed to monitor their own health and prevent the continued spread of the illness.