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University Marketing & Communications is looking for a creative and dependable individual to assist with the creation of photo content. We want an individual with proven experience, that is attentive to detail and has a creative eye. This position will report to our Director of Video and Imaging and work on a team of talented creatives.
As a photo assistant, you will provide grip support on shoots to the lead photographer and occasionally photograph events and scenery on campus.
To be considered, applicants MUST provide:
- Cover letter -- include links to photo portfolio/gallery of work (instagram is okay)
- Resume -- include references
Successful applicant will perform essential law enforcement and community service functions during special events only. Examples of events include, all sporting events, University sponsored community and student activities, where security may be needed or requested by USU Eastern. Successful candidate will have to live within 15 minutes response time from Utah State University Eastern due to call outs.
The Director/Senior Director of University-Wide Development reports to the Associate Vice President of Central Development. The Director/Senior Director of University-Wide Development will travel to visit USU prospects and link their passions with Utah State University’s priorities and initiatives. This includes soliciting major gifts of $25,000 or more; recruiting alumni/donors for committee positions, advisory and fundraising boards, and other volunteer opportunities. Additionally, the Director/Senior Director serves as a liaison to university-wide programs including, but not limited to: Student Life, USU Libraries, Honors Program, Art Museum and USU regional campuses.
The Director/Senior Director of University-Wide Development organizes and implements a major gifts development program university-wide initiatives and is responsible for solicitation strategies specific to his/her goals. Further, they are expected to manage volunteers and travel nationwide, with the expectation of making around 150+ visits per year. As an experienced team member, the Director/Senior Director will supervise the University-Wide fundraising team and is expected to lead by example and offer assistance, mentorship and training in effective fundraising practices to new or less experienced members of the team.
The Biology Tutor will assist students with tutoring needs for various Biology courses 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.
The Department of Plants, Soils, and Climate at Utah State University seeks a full-time Organic Outreach Coordinator to oversee the development and implementation of a new Organic Farming Extension and Education program in Utah. This is a full-time (40 hr/week), non-faculty, 12-month position, with an excellent benefits package. The position is fully funded for four years with the possibility of renewal.
The goal of the new Organic Farming Extension and Education program is to promote organic farming and help farmers convert to USDA Certified Organic status. This will be done via an organic grower mentor program, interactions with community partners, and extensive training and outreach. The Organic Outreach Coordinator will fully manage the program through clear communication and leadership. The Coordinator will assist with the development of organics training materials such as factsheets, website and social media content, and will conduct surveys on the needs of the organic industry. Opportunities to interface with the USU Student Organic Farm and assist in the development and teaching of a new course in organic gardening will also be available.
The Department of Plants, Soils, and Climate (PSC) at Utah State University (USU) seeks applicants for a fiscal-year, 11-month tenure track faculty position in vegetable production. The successful candidate will be expected to establish an Extension and research program related to vegetable crop production systems in Utah reflecting Utah State University’s land grant mission. The position will have a role assignment of 70% Extension, 25% research, and 5% service.
The vegetable industry in Utah spans large, commercial onion and melon farms to intensive, small-acreage, direct-market producers. Production of vegetable crops in controlled environments, such as high tunnels and greenhouses, has also been increasing in the state. Adapting to the ever-increasing limitations of water, land, climate, and urbanization to maintain farm sustainability and viability are key challenges. USU is seeking an individual to provide leadership and support for Extension outreach and applied research that will meet these, and other emerging needs of Utah’s vegetable producers.
The Department of Plants, Soils, and Climate presents many collaborative opportunities across disciplines to meet production horticulture needs, as well as through longstanding relationships in Applied Economics, Environmental Engineering, Biology departments at USU, and the statewide Cooperative Extension system.
Review of applications will begin September 15, 2023, but applications will be accepted and fully considered after that date until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is January, 2024.
The USU Tooele Campus seeks a qualified anatomy tutor. The successful applicant will operate within Tooele Student Services, serving primarily as a tutor for students taking the Anatomy class on our campus. Tutors are expected to conduct their sessions 100% from the Tooele Campus (no remote from home). Exact hours will be assigned by the supervisor based on courses taught during the semester. Schedule will include mostly evenings.
- Fall 2023 Semester, August 28 – December 16
- Potential to continue for other semesters
The USU Tooele Campus seeks a qualified STATs Tutor. The successful applicant will operate within Tooele Student Services, serving primarily as a tutor for students taking all STAT classes. Tutors are expected to conduct their sessions 100% from the Tooele Campus (no remote from home). Exact hours will be assigned by the supervisor based on student needs and courses taught during the semester. Schedule will be primarily in the evenings.
- Fall 2023 semester, August 28 - December 16, 2023
- Potential to continue for other semesters
Support the goals and vision of Utah State University Eastern Maintenance Department by carrying out repairs and modifications to campus equipment and facilities that will improve safety, quality, and productivity and prolong the useful life of University assets
Applications are now being accepted for classroom teaching aide positions at Edith Bowen Laboratory School. This position may include the following: Teaching Aide, RtI Teaching Aide, SPED Teaching Aide, SPED One on One Teaching Aide.
We prefer 6 hours a day but we are willing to work with your school schedule.
Perform essential law enforcement and community service functions to help the department meet its mission to protect life and property, to provide the campus community with a peaceful and safe environment. This is a part-time position consisting of evening and weekend hours.
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. Daytime availability a plus.
USU is currently hiring non-benefited teachers to provide clinical instruction to USU nursing students beginning August 15, 2023. Review of applicants will begin August 5, 2023, and will continue until the position is filled.
ACA Variable Position, US Work Authorization is Required.
The Utah Manufacturing Extension Service at Utah State University is seeking individuals to help with the onboarding of new and current Utah manufacturers. This will include helping manufacturers register, create, and update their individual and company profiles, along with training them in how to use CONNEX™ UTAH. Individuals will also help manufacturers in their search for new supply chain opportunities along with the ability to perform outreach and marketing services to other suppliers. This position will be based out of the Logan Utah campus, telework eligible within the state of Utah.
The Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Education & Professional Learning (Associate Director) will work under the leadership and supervision of the Vice President for the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. This position works to build, align, connect, and assess synchronous/asynchronous institutional education that meets high impact learning objectives and outcomes, and in alignment with the USU Roadmap to Inclusive Excellence as well as USU Aggie Action 2028 Strategic Plan. The person in this position will also be expected to implement, facilitate, and assess educational initiatives and ongoing learning opportunities for all USU campuses in collaboration with academic colleges and administrative units, provide guidance on professional learning, content, convene workshops, and facilitate community dialogues and town halls that promote inclusive excellence and increase a system-wide sense of belonging.
Utah State University’s Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education (COMDDE) invites applications for a Clinical Assistant Professor. We are hiring 2 positions with a start date of August 2024, there is availability for one position to start January 2024 depending on candidate's availability.
The successful candidate will be a member of the Speech Language Pathology Clinical Education team supervising undergraduate and graduate students in clinical service delivery across the lifespan. While the focus area within speech-language pathology is open, candidates with expertise in working in settings focused on cognitive communication disorders and/or pediatric feeding disorders are particularly encouraged to apply.
The new clinical assistant professor will join a vital group of 44 faculty and staff in audiology, deaf education, and speech-language pathology. The position is located on USU’s main campus in Logan, Utah, a Carnegie-recognized R1 Institution of Higher Education. This position is not eligible for remote work. This position is a full-time, non-tenure track, nine-month, academic-year appointment.
Review of applications will begin September 15, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.
Inquiries may be directed to the committee chair, Jamie Mecham (435-797-5531 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Utah State University’s Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education (COMDDE) invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) Deaf Education beginning August 2024.
The emphasis of this position is research. The new hire will establish a thriving research program in the area of LSL Deaf Education and pursue collaborations within and outside the department. Opportunity will exist to collaborate with a new, tenure-track faculty hire in our audiology division with expertise in early childhood hearing as well as to collaborate with other researchers in the College on issues of health equity. In addition to research, the new hire will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Deaf Education as well as offer institutional and professional service.
We value individual differences of every person and provide an equitable experience for our students, clients, staff and faculty members. Our aim is to foster an environment of belonging within our department where individual contributions are respected and supported while we work toward achievement of individual and collective goals. COMDDE seeks applicants who share this vision, wish to join a thriving department, and seek to help our students, colleagues, and communities flourish.
The new assistant professor will join a vital group of 44 faculty and staff in audiology, deaf education, and speech-language pathology. The position is located on USU’s main campus in Logan, Utah, a Carnegie-recognized R1 Institution of Higher Education. This position is not eligible for remote work. This position is a tenure-track, nine-month, academic-year appointment.
Review of applications will begin September 15, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.
Inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Lauri Nelson (435 797-8051; email@example.com).
The Department of Public Safety at Utah State University seeks a proactive, forward thinking, and thoughtful leader to become the Director of Emergency Management to oversee the University's emergency management. Director-level leadership experience in a complex, diverse organization and the capacity to develop collaborative community and institutional relationships is essential.
Under the leadership of the Executive Director of Public Safety, the Director of Emergency Management will: develop plans for the response to and preparedness for incidents and events at the University, USU Eastern, and its Statewide Campuses (occasional travel to these campuses will be required); develop, organize, and administer the University Emergency Response Plans; review, coordinate, and update information requirements contained in the University Emergency Response Plans; coordinate with University departments functions for programs, interventions; and operations specified within the University Emergency Response Plan.
The Carpenter Journeyman assists or serves as a coordinator for projects, assists or directs teams as assigned by Foreman, and performs carpentry work in the maintenance, repair, and construction of campus facilities on assigned locations. The candidate accomplishes this by applying acquired skills and positive attitude in conjunction with advanced technical knowledge, the ability to analyze and understand unique project requests or customer concerns, and established leadership skills.
- Half Tuition for Employees and Dependents
- 14.2% Retirement Contribution
- 13 Paid Holidays
- 12 days of accrued Sick Leave
- 12 days of accrued Vacation Leave
- And more
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