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WebAIM seeks to make the web more accessible to people with disabilities.WebAIMM is a proud component of the USU Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice. One of our most popular services is website accessibility evaluation. As a web accessibility specialist, you will inspect client web pages (aided by our WAVE evaluation tool), document the accessibility barriers you find, explain their impact on users, and recommend strategies for remediation. Our team doesn’t actually fix our clients’ sites; instead, our goal is to educate and empower our clients to build more inclusive websites themselves.
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 (25 hours/week) located at the Salt Lake Center. Hours are Mon-Fri from 11:00am-4:00 pm. This position reports to the Director of Technology in Salt Lake. This is an ACA variable position.
USU Blanding is accepting applications for candidates, including peer tutoring candidates, to tutor in academic subjects such as English, math, statistics, science (esp. biology and chemistry), and test preparation. These are part-time positions, on an as-needed basis. Four positions are available for Fall Semester 2022.
4-H Mentoring is a program that serves youth between the ages of 9-15 that have been identified as individuals who could benefit from one-on-one mentoring services. The program works primarily with at-risk youth who often come from low-income households. Youth are matched one-to-one with a volunteer adult mentor. This position will work with youth and families in central/west Provo, UT.
The position is a combination of at-home and in-person work. There is local travel to our Orem office, local schools, 4-H events in Utah County, and the homes of 4-H members in the Provo area. A reliable form of transportation is necessary.
The hours for this position are flexible. It will be approximately 15 to 20 hours a week. Multiple events are planned and implemented by site coordinators on a monthly basis, typically during the week or Saturday morning/afternoon.
The CHaSS Dean’s Office is seeking applications for a Staff Assistant II. This position requires a highly professional and experienced staff assistant to work in a team-based office environment, requiring a high level of confidentiality. This individual will primarily assist the college development officers with fundraising operations; but also assist with administrative tasks, clerical support, and day-to-day college-wide operations. This is a full-time position Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
The Veterinary Medicine Lab Assistant (Lab Technician II) is for instructional laboratory support for lab classes in the School of Veterinary Medicine (non-research).
The School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) is seeking an out-going, service oriented, self-motivated individual ready to be a part of a great team. This person will provide support to the SVM Sr. Programs Coordinator, students in the SVM program, as well as faculty and staff. They will help with specific SVM classes and labs as well as assist the SVM Willed Body Program. The start date for this three-quarter time, benefited position is planned to be August 1, 2022.
The Transforming Communities Institute (TCI) in the Department of Social Work in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for a Researcher I. Drawing on strengths and assets, TCI collaborates and engages with stakeholders to transform communities through research, professional education and training, advocacy, and action to build strong, resilient, and inclusive communities.
In 2021, TCI underwent a re-envisioning process to ensure relevancy and maximum impact in Utah communities and, as a result, developed a new mission, vision, and five-year strategic plan. Thus, the TCI seeks to hire an individual who will play a major role in the expansion of TCI and the implementation of the five-year plan.
Position: This is a full-time, temporary two-year appointment within the Transforming Communities Institute in the Department of Social Work, beginning August 1, 2022 at the Logan campus. Limited remote work is possible.
For additional benefit information, please see https://www.usu.edu/hr/files/benefits/Benefits_Summary.pdf
The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (http://www.mae.usu.edu/) at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for two tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant and Associate Professor levels. Applicants must have a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering, or closely related fields. Candidates will be considered at either the assistant or (untenured) associate professor level. The positions are tenure-track academic year (funded for 9-months) appointments with an anticipated start date of January 2023. Although candidates in all areas of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering will be considered, preference may be given to those with demonstrated expertise in experimental combustion and propulsion (including atmospheric and space applications, small-sat propulsion, green-energy propulsion), or theoretical and computational hypersonic flow (including shock influenced chemical reaction in propulsion and boundary layers, hypersonic ionization, and non-equilibrium high-enthalpy flow). In addition to a clear research focus, successful applicants will also have a strong background in engineering fundamentals and will be expected at a minimum to: 1) develop a significant externally funded research program that includes a strong record of peer-reviewed publications and graduate mentorship, 2) effectively teach undergraduate and graduate courses, and 3) actively participate in assigned department and university duties, and demonstrate leadership in relevant technical societies.
This part-time (10-20 hours/week), non-benefited position is housed at the USU Orem Center and reports directly to the Orem Center Manager. The goal of this position is to facilitate Interactive Video Conferencing (IVC); proctor tests; aid students with their tech needs, and provide customer service over the phone and in person to USU students. Applicants must be flexible and willing to work mornings, afternoons, or evenings.
The Sponsored Programs Accounting Supervisor (Accountant III) provides Grant and Contract Post-Award fiscal and administrative support to USU’s campus community and external funding partners. They ensure regulatory compliance with federal, state, local, private, other states, and international policies, as well as Utah State University Policies & Procedures. They supervise three or more Sponsored Programs Accounting (SPA) personnel and work closely with them to assist with issues and workloads, ensure compliance, and resolve problems. They provide training to SPA employees and campus departments. They meet with and provide regular reporting to the SPA Manager regarding status of awards and any issues in your area. They accept various assignments to assist in the operation and accountability of the department.
The Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences at Utah State University is seeking a Laboratory Technician II to perform PCR-based and serologic assays on samples of animal origin. Serve as a backup for other technicians in the Utah Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (UVDL).
Utah Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) is a State and Federal program geared towards assisting local and rural road agencies by providing training, technical assistance, and technology transfer services to help them maintain their roadway systems. The LTAP Coordinator (Coordinator II) is is a part time position with suggested work hours from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm, four days a week. Hours would need to be a minimum of 20 per week. Summer work shifts could be minimalized upon request. Shifts and total hours are negotiable. Benefits may be available depending on USU policies. This position is primarily responsible for supporting the workshop element for Utah LTAP. It involves interacting with a variety of city, county, and state agency personnel as well as limited number of private industries and professional organizations. Telework may be an option a couple days per week, this will be determined with the supervisor as needed.
The Agricultural Systems Technology & Education Department at Utah State University seeks an experienced and highly professional Research Technician to work in a multi-faceted, team-based environment. This position will work with closely with one faculty member helping support Extension and research work. The Extension role encompasses two programs:
- AgrAbility of Utah -- a program designed to help farmers and ranchers with disabilities remain in agriculture
- Agricultural Environmental Quality Extension program -- addressing manure management, water quality, and air quality issues in agriculture.
The research program examines nutrient cycling in agricultural systems. The Extension program duties include developing and conducting educational and outreach activities, website maintenance, and the development of factsheets. The research program duties include supervision of student workers, coordination of data collection, sample analyses, purchasing of supplies, and assistance with data analyses. The position requires excellent interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to balance multiple projects and deadlines, and the desire and capacity to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a productive team.
Up to 3 Early Intervention is seeking a motivated, efficient, committed, detail-oriented educator to provide coordination of services to families. The service coordinator (Teacher, Early Intervention) coordinates all aspects of Up to 3 with individual families and also connects them to community resources. They ensure appropriate assessment, services and program processes and regulations are provided to families. Because a portion of the communities we serve require services in languages other than English, fluency in Spanish and English is a preferred qualification. This is a full-time, exempt benefited employee position and can be between 75% - 100% FTE depending on program needs and the candidate selected. There are two service coordination positions available.
The Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education at Utah State University is seeking a term appointment at the rank of Professional Practice Instructor or Lecturer in the Deaf Education program. The successful candidate will have a background in ASL instruction.
Located on the main campus in Logan, Utah, this is a non-tenure track position and is .75 FTE for nine months during the academic year beginning August 2022. Review of applications will begin April 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. This position is not eligible for remote work.
Inquiries may be directed to the committee chair, Lauri Nelson (435-797-8051 or email@example.com).
Career opportunity for a knowledgeable licensed professional to support the USU Eastern Cosmetology faculty in a part-time, non-benefited (Adjunct) staff position. The candidates will need to possess the ability to positively impact students and work well with staff and faculty as a member of the Cosmetology program team. Candidates will also need to be able to use digital platforms like email and search engines as well as basic computer skills. In addition, they will need to be willing to learn (through on-the-job training) the Cengage digital teaching and grading platforms. This will be done in conjunction with their teaching, supervising, and mentoring responsibilities. The Cosmetology program will hire multiple adjunct /staff positions, specifically Nail Instructors and Cosmetology/Barbering Instructors. Varying hours and responsibility for individual positions.
This position will be physically located at the USU Eastern Campus in Price. The review of applications will begin approximately July 11, 2022. The anticipated start date is August 1, 2022
Finishes Technicians perform general painting preparation and application techniques to maintain, repair, and finish USU Facilities, as well as assist with floor covering preparation and application as needed. They work as a member of a team under limited supervision on various projects or assignments. There are two openings. The positions will be hired at either Apprentice or Journeyman level - please see qualifications section.
Be a part of USU in Brigham! We are looking for new members to join our team that supports local students! This position works with Interactive Broadcast instructors and students to ensure a beneficial learning environment. A typical shift is spent greeting students and community members that come to campus, troubleshooting basic technology needs, and ensuring that the building is prepared for the next day’s classes. This part-time, non-benefited position works in Brigham, UT. The position hours and days may change each semester.
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. Successful applicants will be required to recruit the clients they teach.
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 Davis and Weber 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.