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Under general direction and guidance, the Certified Flight Instructor provides leadership and direction for flight students in Logan, Utah. Incumbent serves as a mentor to flight instructors and students alike; assists to ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs), Training Course Outline, and USU operational procedures in the training of students; maintains continuous education, follows all operating procedures, and meticulously completes assignments. In addition to assisting with other assignments from chief and assistant chief flight instructors.
Instructors will be hired at a FULL TIME BENEFITED position.
The Programmer/Analyst Senior (SR) for the Office of Analysis, Assessment & Accreditation is the programming lead for business intelligence and analysis in the unit. They develop and administer the system configuration and development plan and function independently to analyze, evaluate, specify, and maintain information systems (both hardware and software) to meet unit objectives. They design, manage, and lead independent programming solutions for complex problems according to technical specifications and AAA system implementation.
Working within a team environment the employee will coordinate the marketing of products sold, and services offered through Aggie Print, a service auxiliary of Utah State University. Activities include; Customer service (inside and outside sales), marketing strategies, University visual identity knowledge, various accounting duties (invoicing, filing, etc.) and miscellaneous tasks associated with PDP.
The Department of Economics and Finance in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business invites applications for an open position as a non-tenure track Lecturer of any rank, or a Professional Practice Professor of any rank in the area of finance.
This is a nine-month teaching position with an anticipated starting date of January 1, 2022 or August 1, 2022.
The Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism is hiring four research assistants to assist with several visitor use monitoring and management projects throughout Utah. Specific duties include conducting on-site surveys with outdoor recreationists at various outdoor recreation access points (trailheads, forest roads, lakes/reservoirs, boat ramps, etc.) throughout National Forests, National Parks, National Monuments as well as at state parks throughout Utah. The data collected through the survey efforts will be used by the USDA National Forest Service, the National Park Service, and Utah State Parks to track visitation patterns and trends, estimate visitors' economic impact, evaluate the condition of outdoor recreation settings and outdoor recreation infrastructure.
The Tribal & Rural Opioid Initiative (TROI) Resource Center works to promote health and wellness in tribal and rural communities 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 in tribal and rural communities in Utah. This year-long position involves volunteer management, community education development, and research.
Applicant information. https://americorps.gov/about
The Equine Education Center Farm Manager position is a full-time, benefited position located primarily at the Skaggs Family Equine Education Center in Wellsville, Utah. The successful applicant will be responsible for managing the programs diverse horse herd consisting of nearly 100 University owned horses including beginning riding horses, advanced riding horses, research animals, breeding stallions, brood mares and foals. The manager is also responsible to maintain the physical facilities consisting of the indoor and outdoor arena, 3 stall barns, stallion barn, and classroom building. All landscaping, horse care, equipment maintenance, and snow removal are also overseen by the manager. Occasional Weekend and Holiday work is required.
Incumbents in the Academic Advisor Supervisor role provide strategic direction, implement initiatives, and generally oversee advising activities for major exploration in the Office of University and Exploratory Advising (UAEA). This role is key in adding meaning to the major exploration experience as students optimize their educational experiences and achieve their dreams, goals, and potentials.
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.
This role will supervise 4-7 professional positions.
The Academic Advisor Supervisor reports to the Executive Director for University and Exploratory Advising. This classification supervises other Academic Advisors and student employees.
The Family Resident Assistant (RA) is a full-time student single parent or spouse team (of which at least one spouse is a full-time student) who lives among, and interacts with, their peers in FHC. The RA is a member of the Residence Life Staff and actively participates in the development of a comprehensive Residence Life program. The RA is appointed for a specific contract year. Individuals should not apply for or accept a position if they cannot commit to the entire or remaining contract year (RAs should only give notice to leave at the end of each semester or summer). Reappointment is contingent upon successful job performance, requisite academic progress, favorable supervisory review by applicable professional staff, and the on-going needs of the overall Housing system.
The RA position, due to its live-in nature, requires willingness to be called into service at any time of the day or night in order to meet residents' needs as they arise. The RA will function as a peer resource, mentor, and advisor to residents. Therefore, availability, consistency, and interpersonal skills are of the utmost importance.
The RA is expected to serve as a role model and abide by all University and Housing policies. Furthermore, the RA is expected to adopt the goals of maintaining a safe, secure and comfortable living/learning environment. As a role model and a programmer, the RA is further fulfilling the University's mission for education and service. The RA is expected to maintain high academic standards and continuing full-time student status.
For more information please see the Job Description posted on http://usu.edu/housing/apply
All applicants must complete the application form found at https://forms.gle/HgT2oyi4UnsxPqa38.
If hired as an Early Intervention provider, you will 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. You will administer assessments and participate in the team determination of a child’s eligibility for Early Intervention services. You will conduct in-person or virtual visits to families in their home or in the community, providing strategies and activities to guide parents in promoting their child’s growth and development. We seek someone who will be a collaborative and reflective provider with an understanding of global child development, infant mental health, 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.
South East Early Intervention Program (SEEIP) operates under Utah State University’s Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice (IDRPP). SEEIP is one of 15 early intervention programs of the Utah Department of Health’s Baby Watch Early Intervention Program.
To learn more about the mission and values of the IDRPP or of Baby Watch Early Intervention, visit https://idrpp.usu.edu and https://health.utah.gov/cshcn/programs/babywatch.html.
The Sorenson Center for Clinical Excellence is seeking a part-time center receptionist. The position will welcome and assist Sorenson Center clients either at the general information desk or in one of the four specific clinics within the Sorenson Center. Receptionists are expected to give directions, answer service or building related questions, provide proper paperwork to clients, take payments from clients, and maintain medical records. Positions start as soon as possible.
Hours: We are hiring for an 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. shift for Monday through Friday. Schedule may be subject to change, including evening hours (5-8:30pm) on occasion.
The EcoHost/Interpretive Naturalist position staffs the front desk and public areas of the EcoCenter during the hours that the center is open. This person acts as the face of Swaner by greeting and assisting guests and orienting visitors to the EcoCenter and Preserve. This person will engage guests, answer questions, lead tours, facilitate interpretive nature programs for guests, and attend to the general upkeep of the EcoCenter and exhibits. They will also help with traveling exhibits hosted in the space, special events, and youth education as needed.
This position is part-time (7-21 hrs/week) and hours will regularly fall on weekends and occasionally on evenings.
The Utah Public Radio (UPR) News Director oversees news production and content for Utah Public Radio news team. Hires, trains, and supervises staff reporters, producers, and student interns. Takes lead role in assigning coverage for new stories; and covers and prepares news stories for broadcast. Manages website, UPR app, and social media accounts. Occasionally serves as a Special Projects Manager, overseeing the production of content, project budget, and marketing. This position reports directly to the UPR station managers.
The College of Engineering Advising Center (COE) is seeking to hire an academic advisor to assist students in the development of academic plans and class schedules as well as assess academic level, attend to student academic inquiries, assist in the resolution of individual academic problems, and advise on academic program changes. The advisor also prepares students’ graduation applications for the Dean’s approval and assists students in semester-by-semester planning in preparation for declaring a major. The Academic Advisor reports to the Associate Dean. This classification may supervise student employees.
The USU Create Better Health nutrition education program teaches nutrition lessons and cooking skills to low-income adults and youth who are Food Stamp eligible.Utah State University Extension Food Sense nutrition education program in Weber is seeking a qualified individual to work part-time (20 hours per week depending on available grant funding) teaching nutrition and cooking skills to limited income adults and youth who are Food Stamp eligible. Familiarity with Food Stamp procedures and food distribution sites is desirable. Successful applicants will be required to recruit the clients they teach.
Upward Bound serves first generation, low-income, academically disadvantaged high school students to help them develop the skills needed to become successful college students. By assisting selected participants in the development of appropriate educational goals, guiding them in decision-making, directing them to resources that provide assistance in making career and academic major choices, and providing opportunities to develop social skills, cultural competence, study skills, and writing skills. Office located in Blanding, Utah.
- (12-15 hours per week maximum X 36 weeks) Academic school year.
- Hourly - $18.31 hour Depending on education.
- Monday-Thursday 2:00 - 5:00 PM (flexible)
As a social media assistant, you will be a key part of promoting USU Moab. You will use social media to regularly engage our community, current students and potential new students with the information they need. The ultimate goal of this position is to increase awareness of the impact that USU Moab has on our students and our community. Required technology will be provided.
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a position in 4-H Extension Youth Programs in Davis County. This is a faculty, tenure track, 12 month position (95% Extension and 5% Service). Extension faculty develop, implement, evaluate, and coordinate research-based educational programs to enhance quality of life for youth and adults. Extension faculty serve as a liaison between local clientele, other resource agencies, and Utah State University administrators, faculty, and programs. This Extension position includes state wide responsibilities providing leadership in the area of K-12 teacher and school collaborations, homeschooling, nontraditional audiences, and military programing. An office will be provided at the USU Extension Office in Kaysville, in Davis County.
Appointment opportunities include Extension Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure track). A master's degree is required.
Estimated start date is January 1, 2022.
Under the direction of the Supervisor, the Study Hall Mentor will provide assistance to assigned student-athletes and help with:
- Schedule planning
- Setting goals
- Navigating Canvas
- Finding resources on campus
The Mail Services Tech III will come to understand and perform all operations of the Distribution Center effectively and efficiently, including processing bulk mail, maintaining office tasks, sorting and delivering mail, and assisting student employees. They will work as part of a team to accomplish daily tasks and projects in a timely and efficient manner and provide excellent customer service to the campus community.