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The primary duty of this position is to support the Institute for Disability Research, Policy & Practice (IDRPP) Research and Training Division with data collection, management, and analysis, including assisting with writing up research findings for publication in journals and technical reports. This position will also involve assistance in grant writing and execution. This position may also have opportunities to help in the design and delivery of trainings and in developing new programs. This position reports to the Research and Training Division Director and may involve providing training and guidance to graduate and undergraduate students, student employees and others as assigned. This position is telework eligible within the state of Utah.
USU full time benefits include choice of medical & dental plans, 22 days paid annual leave, 12 days of accrued sick leave, 14.2% contribution to annual gross earnings 401(a) retirement plan, 50% USU tuition waiver for employee and immediate family, and much more. See USU Benefits Website for full details (https://www.usu.edu/hr/benefits/index).
The Custodian will be responsible for cleaning university buildings, vacuuming, trash removal, dusting, recycling, restroom maintenance, light-bulb replacement, etc. Starts at $11.00/hour.
This is an On-Campus ACA Variable Hourly position. Will work at least 20 hours/week with opportunity to work more hours during holidays.
The Anthropology Program at USU seeks a Temporary Assistant Professor in Biological Anthropology for a non-tenure-track, one-year (9 month, academic year), full-time appointment beginning August 1, 2023. We seek applicants with a strong record of research, publication, and the integration of their research interests with teaching. The successful applicant will teach a 3/3 course load (online and face-to-face courses) including introduction to Biological Anthropology, Perspectives on Race, and Osteology. Other courses will be determined based upon department needs and candidate interests. Review of applications will begin on May 15, 2023 and continue until the position is filled.
Responsible for cleaning the following airport buildings; FL9, FL9A, FL10, FL13, J2 and J5, removing all debris, and keeping all areas inside and out neat and tidy. This position is part-time, not to exceed a total of 30 hrs. per week.
Utah State University (USU) is seeking a qualified applicant for Graduate Assistant Coach in Women’s Basketball. This is a 12-month appointment with the opportunity of renewal after the first year. USU is a NCAA Division I institution.
The Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence and the Psychology Department seek candidates for a Psychologist position. Applicants must have experience in evaluating individuals for Autism and other developmental disorders. The hired individual will have a faculty appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Psychology and serve as a member of the School Psychology Program faculty.
Located on the main campus in Logan, Utah, this is a 1.0 FTE, term appointment, 12-month fiscal year position. Review of applications is ongoing and will continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2023, although this is negotiable.
Inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair, Sara Boghosian, email@example.com or (435) 797-0926.
Daily delivery driver as well as assisting in the production, packaging and storage of dairy products. Assisting in the cleaning & sanitation of dairy processing equipment, utensils and operational rooms. Set up and preparation of equipment and area for next days production.
- Part Time less than 29 hours per week as scheduled.
- Shift starts at 7am until finished up to 29 hours per week.
- No holidays or weekends.
The USU Student Media Business and Projects Coordinator will oversee business and projects under the direction of the USU Student Media Program Coordinator III. This position will assist in managing experiential learning aspects of student media publishing, broadcasting, and marketing to support student editors, staff and the overall mission of the organization and university.
Aggie Ice Cream Sales Lead! All Shifts/Positions: $$$ New starting wage !! $14.00/hr.
Manage up to 12 employees at a time. Manage opening/closing shifts. Experience with counting tills and money, helping customers with concerns and products.
General experience opening/closing store, cashiering, scooping, stocking, rotating ice cream, cleaning, helping customers, handling details, large groups and vendor orders.
Be part of the Aggie Ice Cream team!! Must have an outgoing personality and excellent customer service skills. Management experience preferred but not required. Must have a current food handlers permit.
The English Department at Utah State University invites applicants to apply for a full-time 9-month, postdoctoral teaching fellowship in Technical Communication and Rhetoric located at the Logan Campus. The start date for this position is August 2023. This is a one-year position with the possibility of renewal.
The successful candidate will join a vibrant department committed to equity, diversity, and inclusivity in teaching and research. Postdocs are fully integrated in departmental culture and participate in monthly professional development sessions grounded in critical pedagogies. Our land-grant university receives national recognition for its support of undergraduate research, and postdocs play a key role in mentoring students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Postdocs will receive mentoring from department faculty that can help them prepare for future professional development.
Review of applications will begin on May 1st and continue until the position is filled.
Dr. Peter Adler (Utah State University) and Dr. Matt Germino (USGS) are seeking experienced field ecologists to help implement and monitor a series of experiments focused on understanding how climate change will affect the trajectory of the cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) invasion in the Intermountain West.
The positions are stationed in Boise, Idaho with Germino's research group. These are seasonal, hourly positions (Minimum $13, commensurate with experience). As of 03/30/2023 applications are being accepted and reviewed.
USU Blanding Campus is accepting applications for candidates to serve as counselors/tutors to participants in the 2023 College Launch Summer Program. This 4-week comprehensive programs offer assistance to first-generation and/or low-income students in academic subjects such as Math, science, STEM, and study skills. Counselors are required to live in the residence hall and will mentor and tutor participants on a daily basis. Room and board will be provided along with a salary of $3,500 for the four weeks. College Launch works with high school seniors. Summer employment begins May 27, 2023 and continues through June 24, 2023.
Part time custodial position will be off campus at the CTE Buildings in the Creekveiw Shopping Center. This position consist of keeping campus buildings in clean and orderly condition by performing the following duties: sweeping, mopping, scrubbing and vacuuming dorms, classrooms, hallways, stairs, restrooms and office spaces. Empties trash containers and cleans carpets, walls, and windows. Reports to supervisor concerning needed repairs to lighting, doors, and plumbing systems. Cleans snow and debris from sidewalks and building entrances. Other duties as assigned.
The Department of Wildland Resources (WILD) in the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources at Utah State University (USU) seeks applicants for a Professional Practice Extension Assistant Professor in Urban Forestry. The position will be based in the USU Extension Office in Kaysville, Utah, in Davis County, which is also the location of the USU Botanical Center and Utah’s largest Arboretum. The anticipated (but negotiable) start date is August 1, 2023. The emphasis for the position is 90% Extension, 10% Service.
This is a non-tenure track, fiscal-year (12-month), 1.0 FTE position. Key areas of expertise will include urban and wildland-urban interface forestry, arboriculture, disease and risk management, water-wise landscaping, greenspace management, and horticulture.
Potential applicants with specific questions are welcome to contact the search committee chair, Dr. Nicki Frey, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Air Quality Scientist ((Researcher II, III, SR, or Lead) will conduct atmospheric research at Utah State University's Bingham Research Center, focusing on air quality in Utah's Uinta Basin. This work will include developing, maintaining, and applying 3-D photochemical air quality models. It will also involve field and laboratory work, including collecting samples, maintaining analytical equipment, and processing and analyzing data. The successful applicant will participate in writing reports and peer-reviewed publications, developing project plans (including grant writing), and engaging with local government and industry stakeholders to establish relationships, cooperate in project execution, and share research results. Funding for this position is available through an ongoing appropriation from the Utah legislature (50%), an agreement with local government (25%), and external grants and contracts (25%).
This position will be filled at either the Researcher II, III, SR, or Lead level. Salary will be commensurate with job level and experience, and compensation will also include USU’s generous benefits package. Salary grades and ranges are available at https://www.usu.edu/hr/compensation/job-descriptions and https://www.usu.edu/hr/compensation/salary-grade-table, respectively. Opportunities to teach and to become affiliated with an academic department (as research faculty) may arise but are not guaranteed. The Bingham Center is located at Utah State University's campus in Vernal, Utah. The successful applicant will live in the Uinta Basin and work at the USU campus in Vernal.
Applications will be reviewed starting May 1st, 2023 and will be considered until the position is filled. We encourage those from all backgrounds and communities to apply and are committed to having a team with diverse life experiences and abilities.
Assists in and learns about, or performs general work in the efficient maintenance, repair, and installation of campus heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and equipment. Accomplishes this by applying skills in conjunction with technical knowledge and following instructions and established guidelines. Works as a member of a team under supervision, as needed, on projects or assignments and continually seeks opportunities for education.
If the applicant qualifies as an Apprentice, the applicant will be enrolled into DOL approved apprenticeship program and must be willing to complete the classroom trainings and on the job trainings required to complete the apprenticeship program.
Come work for us this Summer!
- FREE Meals
- $12.00 per hour starting wage Plus $2 per hour end of Summer Bonus for eligible employees
- Great Work Environment & Social Atmosphere
- Continue Employment in the Fall with Regular Opportunities for Pay Increase
- Excellent Employee Recognition Program
- Conveniently on Campus near classes and housing
- Work around class schedules & support you as a student first
- Get paid to make lifelong friendships with people of diverse backgrounds and fields of study
Your application will be considered for a position working in all Dining operations & positions. This includes The Hub, All Cafes, Convenience Stores, Bakery, Catering, and Residential Dining Halls at Utah State University. Location of hire will be based on final interview, request may be considered. Positions range from Prep Cooks and Bakers to Cashiers and Baristas.
USU Dining is seeking people that will Create an Excellent College Experience and provide quality service to all customers. We are searching for candidates that will go the extra mile to be a strong, dedicated employee and will continually grow and adapt to a fast work environment.
The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services seeks an experienced database administrator to work as an essential member of the technology services team to provide technical expertise in the design, implementation, and maintenance, support of college business applications—Electronic Medical Health Records (EMR), Student Records—and respective databases. The database administrator ensures logical data models are mapped effectively and efficiently into physical data models that take advantage of the characteristics of the database management systems (DBMS) used by the college and is responsible for technically administering and supporting multiple databases and applications that run college-wide business processes.
This position will manage databases and applications that house sensitive information in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) as appropriate.
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 employee and spouse, competitive health benefits packages and a generous contribution into your retirement. View more information here: Summary of Benefits 2022-2023
Job offer is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check.
Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) operates three 12-week field seasons over the course of the year. The spring season is dedicated to development of Crew Leaders through formal training and project work, as well as preparing for our large summer and fall field seasons.
During our summer and fall field seasons Utah Conservation Corps mobilizes multiple 5-person field crews out of three field offices (Logan, Moab, and Cedar City) to address a diversity of conservation efforts on Utah public lands with federal, state, indigenous, and non-profit partners . Crew project work may include habitat restoration, re-vegetation, fence building, trail construction & maintenance, invasive plant removal, forest fuels reductions & other fire mitigation work, habitat surveying, native seed collection, and more.
Service performed by Utah Conservation Corps crews address program goals related to conservation of public lands and member development. UCC crews and project work may focus on specialized objectives. Recent examples of this specialized work include a bike crew (crew members use bikes as their only mode of transportation to/from project sites), and accessibility surveying in the National Forest sites (providing opportunities for people of all abilities to serve and recreate).
The UCC Field Coordinator is responsible for providing direct leadership and support to UCC field crews and working as part of the UCC field staff team to provide seasonal trainings and logistical coordination. The Field Coordinator is an integral member of UCC field operations, ensuring that UCC crews are adequately trained and prepared to perform high quality conservation service in a positive, safe, and productive environment.
The Field Coordinator is expected to provide leadership in support of UCC's overarching and crew-specific programmatic goals. Support of field crews and operations may include but will not be limited to: working with crews at their project sites, being in the field for multiple days in a row, assisting in training crew leaders and members, performing project site visits, managing logistics, maintaining tools and equipment, working in the field office, and assisting with crew member recruitment efforts.
This position involves frequent travel, camping, irregular hours, and a varying weekly schedule. The Field Coordinator must have strong leadership and communication skills, flexibility, capacity for self-direction, a passion for conservation work, and a desire to provide mentorship to emerging conservation leaders. The Field Coordinator works under the supervision of the Regional Coordinator.
Career opportunity for a knowledgeable financial professional to support the business operations of the School of Teacher Education and Leadership. Successful incumbent will have the ability to have a positive impact on faculty, staff, and students by overseeing a small, professional business services team and supporting the finances, personnel administration, contract/grants of this dynamic academic unit.