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The Research Development Division of the Office of Research at Utah State University (USU) is seeking applications for an External Funding Coordinator (Program Coordinator III) to support the development of large, high-dollar proposals in identified strategic research areas. This position will be responsible for tracking Federal funding priorities and developing/maintaining a central database of faculty research strengths in order to support the positioning of researchers to rapidly respond to new funding opportunities. The External Funding Coordinator will assist with the promotion of priority limited submission opportunities and support resulting proposals. This position will also contribute to the development and implementation of targeted, intensive training programs to enhance researcher preparedness for application to high-profile funding opportunities.
The External Funding Coordinator position will be challenging and requires a high-energy, self-starter with excellent technical writing and oral communications skills as well as a superior attention to detail. This position will report to the Director of Research Development.
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
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Utah State University is seeking applications for a tenure track faculty position at the assistant professor level. Applicants with experience may be considered at the associate or full professor ranks. Candidates should have expertise in space systems engineering in areas such as: 1) Space based electro-optical or RF sensors systems, 2) Space weather sensor systems, or 3) Spacecraft systems engineering (small satellites, spacecraft instrumentation, space mission design).
This is an academic year (9 month) funded position. Formal evaluation of the applications will begin on November 15, 2022. The anticipated start date is January 1, 2024 or August 1, 2024.
The Office of Events and Catering is a growing department whose primary function is to ensure that events hosted at Utah State University Exceed Expectations. The primary purpose of the Catering and Scheduling Associate (Coordinator III) is to be the first point of contact for scheduling Catering events using the Caterease software system and become the Caterease process subject matter expert. The secondary purpose is to be office support including account reconciliation. The department will train on the use of the Caterease software.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) in the College of Engineering at Utah State University (USU) is committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment. We warmly invite applications from candidates of all backgrounds for our tenure-track (or tenured) faculty position(s) in Transportation Engineering. It is expected that one or two position will be filled at the Assistant Professor or Associate Professor levels; however, outstanding candidates at the Full Professor level may also be considered. The anticipated start date is August 2024.
For the faculty position(s), targeted areas of research and teaching within transportation engineering include, but are not limited to, the following: transportation electrification, transportation systems analysis, traffic operations, transportation network modeling, connected and autonomous vehicles, traffic signal systems, public transportation, shared mobility, freight transportation or goods movement, human factors, resiliency, cyber-physical systems, computational data science, digital twins, smart cities, societal and environmental impacts, and sustainable transportation systems. An ideal candidate will possess interests and skills that complement existing departmental and institutional strengths—in transportation electrification, traveler behavior, active transportation, transportation data analysis, traffic safety, transportation planning, land use planning, and outdoor recreation—and contribute to addressing 21st-century transportation challenges related to infrastructure, sustainability, and equity.
The CEE Department at USU benefits from affiliation with several transportation related centers, programs, and partners. The CEE department’s Utah Transportation Center has been a part of several University Transportation Centers funded by the US Department of Transportation, most recently the Mountain Plains Consortium. USU houses the Utah Local Technical Assistance Program center for transportation technology transfer. A National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center for transportation electrification—Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification (ASPIRE)—is headquartered at and led by USU. The Utah Department of Transportation is also a close research partner, having supported USU faculty with more than $1.5 million in research funding over the last 5 years.
The search committee will begin considering applications on November 15, 2023. For full consideration, applications should be submitted prior to that date. Questions about this position can be directed to the search committee chair, Patrick Singleton (email@example.com).
The Department of Wildland Resources invites applications for the integral role of Smart Foodscapes Program Assistant (Program Assistant II) to lead communication activities among investigators, extension personnel, educators, and advisory board members of a USDA-NIFA multidisciplinary and multi-state project. This role will also provide administrative support for the Smart Foodscapes Program and work with faculty for effective operations.
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The successful candidate will understand and work within the parameters of the department mission and governing values. Enforce state, local and university laws, ordinances and regulations and perform community service activities. Complete accurate incident reports. Protect the campus and campus citizens through a proper balance of foot, bike, and vehicle patrol.
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.
The Executive Education Lead (Education Specialist Lead) will report to the Executive Director of the Shingo Institute. This position has responsibility for the delivery of executive education within the Shingo Institute. The Lead will work directly with affiliates and facilitators to continuously improve the quality of delivery. The Lead will be responsible for facilitator recruitment, onboarding, and training. This position will also ensure that workshops are designed to best fit the delivery medium, either face-to-face or virtual. The Executive Education Lead will collaborate with the Shingo Institute staff to develop strategies for growing the executive education product lines within the Institute.
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.
The Associate Director/Director of Corporate and Foundation Development provides university-wide guidance and coordination of all solicitations of corporations and foundations. The position is responsible to maintain strong institutional relationships with corporations and foundations while maximizing philanthropic gifts to various units of campus including statewide campuses.
Reporting to the Associate Vice President (AVP) of Corporations and Foundations, the Associate/Director of Corporate and Foundation Development works closely with relevant unit development officers, Deans and Unit Directors throughout the Statewide system to provide support, strategy and overall coordination of proposals, sponsorships, and requests for support including in-kind gifts. In addition, the Director position will have personal contact, proposal submission and closed-gift goals.
As an Associate Director/Director within the corporations and foundations team, the position is responsible to build collaborative relationships with unit-based development staff, key university leadership and donors. An overarching goal of the position is to build strong institutional relationships with corporate and foundation donors that are long term focused to maximize philanthropic support for the university over time independent of specific funding projects.
Candidates will be hired into this position at either the Associate Director (Development Officer II) or Director (Development Officer III) level based on individual qualifications and experience. This position requires extensive public contact with high level corporate and foundation donors as an ambassador of the University. Travel and evening and weekend work are required
The Department of Wildland Resources (WILD) (https://qcnr.usu.edu/wild/) in the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources (https://qcnr.usu.edu/) at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for the position of Department Head and Professor. This is a full-time, 12-month appointment on the Logan Campus, starting July 1, 2024.
We are seeking candidates with high potential for academic leadership and a strong commitment to interdisciplinary terrestrial ecosystem science and to the departmental mission to advance the understanding and stewardship of wildland ecosystems and the services they provide. The successful candidate will bring vision, innovation, and expert administration to a thriving academic unit of 27 faculty located at the main Logan Campus, at Statewide Campuses, and at several extension locations. This candidate will build on a long legacy of excellence in research, teaching, and extension and will nurture the Department’s existing synergies with the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station, USU Extension, the US Geological Survey Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, and the campus-wide Ecology Center.
Research, extension, and education are central to USU’s land-grant mission and core to departmental activities, with high levels of integration and collaboration across these domains. Public lands and their management are critical to the state of Utah and to departmental research, extension, and outreach. The Department has productive working relationships with federal and state partners such as the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forage and Range Research Lab, Poisonous Plant Research Lab, and National Wildlife Research Center; the US Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station; and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. High-impact basic and applied research emphasizes terrestrial ecology, including the ecology and management of wildlife, forests, and rangelands, conservation biology, and climate change adaptation. Extension programs span wildlife, rangeland, and forest management; urban forestry; and wildland fire management. The Department prepares undergraduate and graduate students for a wide range of careers managing and conserving natural resources. With approximately 300 undergraduate students and 80 graduate students, it delivers undergraduate degrees in Conservation and Restoration Ecology, Forest Ecology and Management, Rangeland Ecology and Management, and Wildlife Ecology and Management, and MS and PhD degrees in Ecology, Forestry, Range Science, and Wildlife Biology. Undergraduate programs are accredited by the Society of American Foresters and the Society for Range Management, ensure wildlife students meet the relevant USA Federal Government’s Office of Personnel Management requirements for employment, and are aligned with the Society for Ecological Restoration. Award-winning faculty and a shared core undergraduate curriculum across all departmental majors produce program graduates with unusually well-integrated training. The highly sought-after graduate programs attract students from across the country and internationally who pursue careers in academia, federal and state agencies, and non-profit organizations.
Application review begins December 4, 2023 and continues until the position is filled. Queries about the position may be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Claudia Radel (email@example.com).
The Utah State University Department of Wildland Resources and the Ecology Center are seeking applications for a full-time, 9-month tenure-track faculty position in movement ecology. The position, to be filled at the Assistant Professor level, will be 50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service.
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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 Wasatch 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.
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 Staff Assistant II will be responsible for providing the first impression of USU to prospective students and their parents. The successful applicant must be friendly and enjoy working with students, detail oriented, self-motivated, organized, and able to work in a fast-paced office as a selfless team member.
The Department of Veterinary Clinical and Life Sciences (VCLS) in the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), at Utah State University (USU) is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team as a Postdoctoral Fellow II. Currently, the USU CVM participates in a “2+2” program with the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University and the broader Washington – Idaho – Montana – Utah (WIMU) Regional Program in Veterinary Medicine that provides instruction to 30 students in each class cohort. However, in 2022 the State of Utah approved establishment of a full 4-year DVM degree program at USU with the goal of admitting its inaugural class of 40 students in the fall of 2025 and host a class of 80 veterinary students beginning in the fall of 2026.
This position offers multiple opportunities for professional development in instruction, curriculum design, and innovative teaching methods. Applicants with an interest in the development of innovative teaching methods and resources are strongly encouraged to apply. The qualified applicant will have the option to engage in scientific research under the direction of faculty in VCLS.
This is a two-year position, in a full-time (12-month) appointment, with the potential for further extensions.
This position is eligible for excellent benefits including: 13 paid holidays, earn 22 days of paid leave and 12 days of sick leave per year, 50% tuition reduction for employees and dependents, competitive health benefits packages, and a generous contribution into your retirement. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2023-2024
Helping with the day to day trouble tickets for Housing Technology.
Hours: M-F 9am - 5 pm, some weekends may be required. 15 hours minimum per week during the school year in blocks of at least 2 hours at a time; full-time option may become available during the summer.
Must provide available work schedule with 2 hours minimum availability.
Department of World Languages and Cultures (WLC) at Utah State University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Japanese.
For this teaching-centered faculty position, we seek to hire an individual with experience in teaching, research and professional practice. This position is located on the Logan campus, but will also provide instructional support to USU’s statewide students and campuses. The individual will report to the WLC department head.
The anticipated start date is August 1, 2024.
The Department of Social Work at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for a tenure-track, nine-month, appointment 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, substance use and misuse, criminal justice, rural social work practice, or other areas of expertise that further the USU land grant mission.
This appointment, in the USU Department of Social Work, has a start date of August 1, 2024. This tenure-track position has a role assignment of 50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service.
The Department of Social Work at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for an Assistant Professor (tenure track or clinical). The position is located at the Uintah Basin campus in Vernal, Utah. Utah State University’s Social Work Department envisions a world where social work graduates are leaders in social change – serving individuals, families, groups, and communities in the pursuit of social justice and the enhancement of the quality of life for all persons. Our programs aim to prepare generalist and advanced generalist social workers to advocate for vulnerable populations and work toward the establishment of societies free from poverty, violence, oppression, and discrimination. As a Community-Engaged Department, we value faculty who recognize the strengths and expertise in their communities and are effective at engaging community partners as co-educators in training of our students.
Position: This is a nine-month appointment with USU’s social work programs (MSW and BSW degrees) beginning August of 2024.
Tenure-track positions have a role assignment of 65% Teaching, supervising, and advising; 25% Research; and 10% Service. Tenure-track positions are renewed annually during the probationary period assuming acceptable performance of the role assignment.
Clinical-track positions have a role assignment of 90% Teaching, supervising, and advising; and 10% Service. Clinical-track positions are renewed annually, assuming acceptable performance of the role assignment.
The Sr. Director of Development-Gift Planning (Development Officer SR) provides overall guidance and management of the planned giving program and team. She/he is responsible for the acquisition of philanthropic planned gifts and evaluating gift planning officer performance. The Sr. Director enhances the performance of other fundraisers by helping them develop planned giving and complex gift competencies, providing feedback and perspective on their fundraising approach/methods, coaching them to realize their optimal performance and objectives, and traveling with gift officers to assist donors in achieving their philanthropic goals. She/he will identify planned giving prospects to help achieve USU advancement’s goals.
As a development leader on the USU development team, the Sr. Director of Development-Gift Planning is highly collaborative, committed to a culture of excellence, demonstrates advanced fundraising competencies and helps lead USU’s sustained fundraising success and growth. The Sr. Director of Gift Planning reports to the AVP of Central Development.
This position requires extensive public contact with high-level alumni, donors and volunteers. Travel is required.
The Department of Environment and Society (ENVS) (https://qcnr.usu.edu/envs/), in the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources (QCNR) (https://qcnr.usu.edu/) at Utah State University (USU), invites applications for a broadly trained scholar in recreation resource management and nature-based tourism in the tenure-track position of Assistant Professor. We are especially interested in candidates who will broaden existing department strength in Recreation Resource Management. This full-time (nine-month) faculty position is based at USU’s Moab Statewide Campus (https://statewide.usu.edu/moab/) in Moab, Utah, where ENVS currently has a cluster of three other faculty. This is a faculty position with teaching as the primary role but with opportunity for an active research program. The position will start August 2024.
Review of applications begins December 8, 2023.
For further information contact Dr. Roslynn McCann, Search Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.