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To prevent, care for, and rehabilitate athletic injuries and direct assigned areas of responsibility. The Athletic Trainer II will work primarily with the Women’s Basketball team. Other team assignments will be made as needed.
Site Coordinator will be primarily responsible for recruiting, training, and matching volunteer mentors to referred youth. Also ensure meaningful family and youth activities through monthly activities and service learning projects. Site Coordinator will also be responsible for monitoring mentoring matches and with implementation of monthly activities including; group mentoring activities, 4H After-school clubs and Family Night Out events.
The Area Coordinator (Residence Director II) is a full-time, live-out, professional staff member of Residence Life. The Area Coordinator (AC) is responsible for a comprehensive student development program within the Family Housing Communities comprised of approximately 700 apartments housing approximately 1400 residents. The AC is responsible for supervision of an Assistant Area Coordinator, up to 14 Resident Assistant positions, an Office Manager, and office Receptionists as well as the overall development of supportive living/learning environments, promoting diversity and fostering community, and addressing conduct issues and policy enforcement. Responsibilities also include management of the laundry facilities, community spaces, and an area office. The Area Coordinator reports to the Associate Director of Residence Life.
- Salary range: $35,600 - $44,000 (12-month working agreement).
- Live-on option available. If opting to Live on, a furnished two-bedroom apartment would be provided. This is valued at $600/month, $7,200 annually, includes all utilities and would be a taxable fringe benefit. The salary offered would reflect $7,200 less in the salary amount that was offered.
- Excellent University benefits package: medical, vision, dental, and life insurance plans; TIAA retirement program; 50% tuition reduction.
- Reserved parking stall.
- Opportunities for professional development.
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USU Dining Services are seeking people that are willing to Create an Excellent College Experience and provide excellent service to all customers. We are searching for people that are willing to go the extra mile and be a strong, dedicated employee and be willing to continually grow and adapt to a fast work environment.
By applying for this position you will be considered for the Catering Kitchen Staff at Utah State Dining Services. Current shifts are morning 6am-1pm and afternoon 12pm-6pm.
We work with your schedule.
Free meal for every day you work.
Fun co-workers and atmosphere.
Fun employee parties.
Work on campus near classes and housing... and did we say a free meal?
The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University is accepting applications for a full-time Career Specialist. Applications are being taken immediately and the position is available June 2022. The Career Specialist is responsible for working directly with students and faculty to provide individual and group career development services for Huntsman School students. This position will report to the Director of the FJ Management Center for Student Success. The individual will assist in the creation, implementation, execution, and evaluation of a comprehensive career development program, and must demonstrate world-class customer service. Salary will be commensurate with experience.
Utah State University seeks an individual to represent Utah Crop Improvement Association in central and southern Utah and assist in the seed certification program and in the management of the Sustainable Ag Education (SAGE) Center in Sanpete county. The department will hire the successful applicant at the Research Technician II or III level, commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Upward Bound Office Assistant will perform a range of basic office support duties; including performing routine clerical, data entry, and/or word processing, and knowledge of key social media platforms, technology tools, and graphics. Assistant will work with UB director and program coordinator to complete tasks relating to the Upward Bound program. There will be times when assistant will need to assist with UB activities outside of the office. This is part-time; 15-19 hours a week, $15 an hour position.
Utah State University is seeking a qualified individual to serve as a recruiter and outreach specialist in our Kaysville area. This dynamic individual will engage the community and be a presence in the local area as a representative of USU Kaysville. They will have a strong recruiting role to help build programs. This will include meeting with local organizations, businesses, and educational institutions, as well as attending promotional events. They will oversee activities on our campus related to educational opportunities and help out with daily operations of our campus. They will also have oversight over social media campaigns and outreach. This is a great opportunity for an outgoing, upbeat, and positive personality.
The Marketing Assistant supports the mission at the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter by representing Swaner on social media and other online platforms. This individual will be able to create a cohesive online system that supports our environmental education and conservation programs. In addition to marketing responsibilities, this individual will be willing and able to support the team as needed in a variety of areas. Must be highly organized, flexible, detailed, team-oriented and have excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
Utah State University's Division of Student Affairs is hiring a full-time CARE Manager in the Connect Assist Refer Empower (CARE) Office. CARE Managers are non-clinical higher education case managers who work with the Connect Assist Refer Empower (CARE) Team and Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) to support students and maintain a safe campus community.
CARE Managers provide direct support for students experiencing significant difficulties which have affected their well-being and/or ability to successfully function at the University. The CARE Manager assists students in navigating the Utah State University systems, resources, and policies. CARE Managers meet with students to provide one-on-one support, assess resource needs, asses for risk to themselves or others, and connect them with resources (on-campus or in the community).
The CARE Manager reports to the Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards (Chair of the CARE Team). Please note: This is a non-clinical position and licensure is not required. However, experience in mental health counseling or social work is strongly preferred and our office will support employees seeking licensure.
The Catalog and Curriculum Coordinator (Coordinator SR) analyzes university and degree requirements and provides problem analysis and resolutions for end users. As a Coordinator you will collaborate with academic departments, faculty, and staff to ensure accuracy of data requirements and content. As a member of the Catalog and Curriculum team, you will also participate in the development and enhancement of online applications. This position reviews curriculum submissions and enters the information in the student information system (Banner), assists in the resolution of catalog and degree audit system issues, and participates in the preparation and delivery of systems training for the university community.
The Biology Tutor will assist students with tutoring needs for BIOL 3060 at the USU Brigham City Campus. Candidates must have demonstrated expertise in the academic discipline to be considered and have taken a Biology course respective to their tutoring area.
Reporting to the Assistant Athletic Director for Development, the Athletics Events Coordinator (Program Coordinator I) is responsible for overseeing the planning and execution of the Athletics Department events. Events include physical or virtual events with the purpose of supporting the mission, vision and priorities of USU Aggie Athletics. The Coordinator will oversee all aspects of event planning including event purpose, strategic design of event and outcomes, logistics for pre and post event, and assuring all levels of the event experience are successful.
The Department of Campus Recreation within the Division of Student Affairs at Utah State University seeks a positive, collaborative and dynamic individual to join our team as our Recreation Facilities Custodian. Reporting directly to the Facility Operations Manager, the Recreation Facilities Custodian is directly responsible for the daily operations of facility cleaning and preventative maintenance. This individual will be a key team member of the Campus Recreation Department, which provides aquatic programs, club sports, fitness/wellness, intramurals, outdoor recreation, special events, extramurals, summer camps, and collaborative programs.
The Department of Aviation and Technical Education in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences at Utah State University (USU) offers a non-tenure track, twelve-month faculty position as a Lecturer in the Trucking/CDL content area. As part of USU's land grant mission to make academic programs accessible throughout the state, this position will be physically located at the USU Blanding Statewide Campus in Blanding, Utah.
The program prepares individuals for careers in Trucking/CDL. With skills in Trucking/CDL and possibly coupled with heavy equipment operating skills, or other industry credentials where a CDL is needed, a student will have an opportunity for employment in this industry.
Estimated start date will be in July or August of 2022.
The position will conceptualize, plan, produce, edit, deliver, and archive videos, photography, and audio content to support external outreach activities. The Multimedia Specialist reports to the Executive Director of the Research Communications Team in the Office of Research. This classification may train and guide student and/or volunteer staff.
The Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence is hiring a Behavior Technician in the Behavior Support Services Clinic. This position involves working as a member of a team providing direct patient care to individuals with developmental disabilities who engage in severe problem behavior (e.g., aggression, self-injury). The behavior technician will provide direct patient care under the supervision of a doctoral-level licensed mental health professional.
The post-doc will join a multi-institution NSF project focused on predicting the effects of climate change and variability on population dynamics of the invasive annual grass Bromus tectorum across western North America (https://bromecast.wixsite.com/home). Our goal is to determine the relative value of data on genetic variability, physiological tolerances, demographic rates, and interspecific interactions for ecological forecasting at the regional scale.
The project combines genetic sequencing with four intensive common garden experiments and over forty less intensive distributed experiments. This position, in Peter Adler’s lab at Utah State University (https://qcnr.usu.edu/labs/adler_lab/), will lead synthetic data analyses and modeling studies based on all these different data sources. The successful applicant will work closely with Mevin Hooten (https://mhooten.github.io/) and Jesse Lasky (http://www.personal.psu.edu/jrl35/psu/index_JRL.html) and their respective post-docs. The position is funded for two and a half years at a salary of $52,000 per year and can begin as early as Sept. 1, 2022.
The College of Natural Resources’ Business Services Team seeks a Business Manager II to manage and coordinate the business operations of the college. Incumbent will oversee activities such as budget preparation and control, personnel administration, and financial management of service centers, contracts and grants. The Business Manager II reports to the College’s Financial Officer and will work closely with the executives, faculty and staff in the College. This position may supervise, train and guide other Business Services Staff.
The Classroom Facilitator works with Interactive Video Conferencing (IVC) and Zoom instructors and students to ensure a beneficial learning environment. This is a part-time, non-benefited position (10 - 25 hours/week) located at the Salt Lake Center. Applicants must be available and willing to work late afternoons and evening. Hours will vary by semester typically from 4:00-10:30 pm. Friday night and Saturday morning shifts may be required. This position reports to the Director of Technology in Salt Lake. This is an ACA variable position.