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The Department of Mathematics & Statistics at Utah State University invites applications for a 9-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position with a starting date of August 1, 2020. The research area for this position is broadly within geometry, topology, algebra, number theory, and mathematical physics. We seek a candidate who enhances the strengths of our existing Differential Geometry, Computer Algebra, and Mathematical Physics (DGCAMP) group.
The Department of Computer Science, in the College of Science at Utah State University, invites applications for up to two Assistant Professor positions at the Logan campus. These are academic year (nine-month), tenure-track positions. The relative weights assigned to domains of responsibility are 50% in research or creative endeavors, 40% in teaching, and 10% in service. The department is interested in strengthening and expanding its focus in Machine Learning, Computer Security, Software Engineering, Quantum Computing, and Human Computer Interaction, but strong applicants in other areas may be considered. The anticipated start date is August 2020.
Utah State University is seeking a Network Engineer to join the USU IT organization in architecting, updating, and deploying efficient, effective, scalable, maintainable, highly available network architectures, services, and systems.
This position offers top-tier benefits and work-life balance in Utah's best mountain valley. Selected benefits include: 22 Days of annual leave, 12 paid holidays, 14.2% retirement contribution: instantly vested, no matching required, non-taxable communications stipend, tuition discounts, substantial professional equipment budget, etc.
Utah State Extension is hiring a Coordinator of Programs in the Grand County Extension Office in Moab, UT. Candidates need to have a positive attitude and excellent work ethic as this position will keep the office open and work closely with the public, extension staff, and assist in facilitating and or teaching various extension programs.
Utah State University Extension offers competitive pay and an excellent benefits package that includes paid vacation and sick leave, 12 paid holidays, generous retirement account contribution, and many other benefits.
4-H After School Club Instructor for Nephi, UT.
The Curriculum Developer will convert storyboards and designs into online course materials using Adobe Captivate. 15-20 hours per week. ~$12.00 per hour, commensurate with experience.
The Utah State University (USU) Rehabilitation Counseling program (RCP) seeks to hire a tenure-track assistant professor with experience in psychiatric rehabilitation or mental health counseling and assessment. This is a full-time, academic year, 9-month position with the opportunity for summer employment dependent on the availability of funds. Review of applicants will begin November 15th, 2019 and continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 2020.
The highly qualified candidate will be expected to collaborate with university and community professionals, build a strong research identity, and teach courses in the Master’s of Rehabilitation Counseling program. In addition to serving those with mental health concerns, special consideration would be given to applicants with a history of serving individuals with physical, cognitive, and intellectual disabilities with co-occurring mental health concerns, support structures for families, and serving the community.
Utah State University's School of Teacher Education and Leadership (TEAL) offers a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor position. We are looking for a creative, visionary, and energetic faculty member for our innovative program in elementary education. Responsibilities will include: teaching (including teaching broadcast, online, and/or face-to-face); scholarship; collaborative program coordination; management of clinical partnerships for field placements; supervising students in the field; and service to the university, community, and field. The role assignment is 70% teaching, 20% research, and 10% professional service (3-3 teaching load). Applicants should have teaching and scholarly interests in one of the following areas: elementary literacy/language arts, elementary science education, elementary mathematics education, or differentiation and assessment of learning. This position will be physically located at USU's Salt Lake City education center. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 1, 2020.
Utah State University's School of Teacher Education and Leadership (TEAL) offers a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor position. We are looking for a creative, visionary, and energetic faculty member for our innovative program in elementary education. Responsibilities will include: teaching (including teaching broadcast, online, and/or face-to-face); scholarship; collaborative program coordination; management of clinical partnerships for field placements; supervising students in the field; and service to the university, community, and field. The role assignment is 70% teaching, 20% research, and 10% professional service (3-3 teaching load). Applicants should have teaching and scholarly interests in one of the following areas: elementary literacy/language arts, elementary social studies, elementary science education, elementary mathematics education, or differentiation and assessment of learning. This position will be physically located at the USU Eastern Campus in Price. Review of applications will begin November 1, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 1, 2020.
The Department of English at Utah State University (USU) invites applications for a position as a nine-month tenure-track Assistant Professor in Folklore Studies beginning August 2020. We seek applicants who will serve as outstanding scholars and teachers in the field. The ideal candidate will be prepared to pursue an active and engaged research agenda, to teach undergraduate and graduate classes on a variety of topics in Folklore Studies, to work closely with the Fife Folklore Archives, to foster an inclusive and supportive learning environment, and to actively mentor graduate students.
Our new hire will join a vibrant and interdisciplinary department committed to diversity and inclusivity and recognized for its focus on social justice. Our faculty members are leading scholars and committed teachers.
The Senior Director of Strategic Communications is responsible for pursuing progressive and bold strategies that strengthen the reputation of Utah State University, USU Advancement, Alumni Relations and the USU Foundation. The Sr. Director is responsible for developing and guiding marketing and communication activities that generate favorable interest with the news media, donors, alumni, local communities and other constituents to achieve organizational goals. The Sr. Director develops a clearly defined marketing and communications strategy that supports USU’s mission and helps the advancement division, including the USU Alumni Association, cultivate a philanthropic culture of excellence, show the impact of philanthropy, and tell donor stories.
With input from advancement’s leadership, campus administrators and donors within every constituency, the Sr. Director must effectively drive implementation and deliver results through a myriad of fast-paced marketing and communication activities. Such deliverables include, but are not limited to, strategic communication planning and execution, branding, marketing, media monitoring and measurement, content generation and management through print, broadcast, web and social channels. The Sr. Director is integral to fostering relationships that build the USU Advancement’s and the USU Alumni Association’s visibility and impact. This position is part of the Advancement Leadership team and reports directly to the Vice President of Advancement.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at Utah State University invites applications from candidates for a tenure-track faculty position in Geotechnical Engineering. The successful candidate's expertise is expected to be complementary to the research and teaching activities of the geotechnical engineering faculty in the CEE Department. In addition, the successful candidate will have the ability to perform interdisciplinary research with other research groups including those within USU's CEE Department (Transportation, Structural, Hydraulic Structures, Environmental, Irrigation, and Water Resources). As we strive to hire the best candidate, we will consider candidates with any research interest. However, we have identified the following research and teaching topics as areas for potential collaboration in the CEE Department: deep foundations, soil-structure interaction, surface erosion and local scour. It is expected that this position will be filled at the Assistant Professor level; however outstanding candidates will also be considered at the ranks of Associate and Full Professor. Review of applications will begin on January 20, 2020. This is an academic-year (9 month) appointment with an anticipated start date of August 1st, 2020.
Inquiries about this announcement may be made to: Dr. Laurie McNeill, Interim Department Head,Civil and Environmental Engineering Tel: 435-797-1522 firstname.lastname@example.org
USU Eastern in Price, Utah is accepting applications for temporary part time bus drivers with Class B (or better) and Class B no air brake restrictions/with passenger endorsement.
Utah State University's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering invites applications to fill a tenure track faculty position in the broad area of structural engineering. The structural engineering group at Utah State enjoys significant collaboration and shared interests in several research areas. These include transportation engineering, earthquake engineering, non-destructive testing and evaluation, and experimental studies both in the laboratory and in the field. The successful applicant will contribute significantly to both the research and teaching efforts within the department and across the broader university community. It is expected that this position will be filled at the Assistant Professor level; however outstanding candidates will be considered at other levels.This is an academic-year (9-month) appointment with an anticipated start date of August 1st, 2020. The search committee will begin considering applications on December 1, 2019, and continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, applications should be submitted prior to that date.
Inquiries about this announcement may be made to Marvin W. Halling, PhD, PE, SE, F.ASCE Search Committee Chair Professor, Structural Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Ph: 435-797-3179 email@example.com
Caine College of the Arts Production Services (CCAPS) seeks a highly motivated and skilled professional to serve as a Production and Gallery Technician. Supervised by the Director of CCAPS and working with other CCAPS and CCA personnel, the Production and Gallery Technician assists with all work done in CCA venues, including the galleries. With particular responsibility for maintaining a safe working environment and safe work procedures for all full- and part-time faculty, staff, and student workers.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) and the Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL) at Utah State University (USU) invite applications for a cluster hire of three positions at the Assistant Tenure Track or Associate Professor levels. We seek candidates whose convergent research will generate data-driven, collaborative, sustainable, and holistic solutions to water quantity, quality, and management problems in the face of growing population, aging infrastructure, changing climate, and changing societal values. These are academic-year (9 month) appointments with an anticipated start date of August 2020.
We seek candidates who can significantly contribute to scholarship and teaching in the broad topical areas of water resources engineering, environmental engineering, and/or hydraulic engineering. Successful candidates must articulate a vision for and show how their research and teaching in one or more of the areas below will: 1) yield data-driven, collaborative, sustainable, and holistic solutions; 2) leverage existing strengths throughout USU in hydrology, hydraulics, hydro informatics, water resources management, irrigation, water quality, and environmental engineering; and 3) improve CEE and USU capabilities to solve interdisciplinary water problems now and in the future. Areas of work may include:
- Development of a new generation of hydrologic models that integrate biological, chemical, and physical processes across natural, built, and agricultural landscapes.
- Ground and surface water hydrologic research focused on quantity, quality, and conjunctive management. This may include storm water management, wastewater reuse, and fate of environmental toxins and emerging contaminants.
- Development of data and information systems that advance data-intensive approaches to solving water problems, including data science and machine learning applications in water resources management, smart infrastructure, and sensing systems.
- Quantifying and forecasting water usage in food, energy, transportation, and other systems that consider changes in population, land use, and societal values.
- Water-environment sustainability, including current and future impacts to water infrastructure due to changing climate; infrastructure hydraulic monitoring, risk analyses, failure modes, rehabilitation, and design; urbanization; and data science of hydraulic infrastructure.
- Societal risk and hazard mitigation of water systems, including natural and man-made risks, hazards, and disasters with a focus on sustainable water-environment development strategies and community livability.
- Managing hydropower, irrigation, water rights, or water supply in the Intermountain West.
To promote transdisciplinary and convergent research, we encourage team applications from groups of up to three candidates, which may include dual career partners. Each applicant must apply individually but articulate in their individual 3-page research statement how some or all of their research integrates with the other team members.
Inquiries about this announcement may be made to:
Jeff Horsburgh, PhD
Search Committee Chair
A review of applications will begin in early November and will continue until all three positions are filled.
The Program Assistant (Conference Assistant) works under the direction of the Program Coordinator (Conference Coordinator/Event Planner) to manage multiple conferences and events on and off campus.
The Religious Studies program in the History Department at Utah State University seeks a scholar of Judaism / Jewish Studies for a full-time, continuing position as a Lecturer. This is a non-tenure track academic year appointment beginning August 2020. Area of specialization is open. This position is designed with a primary emphasis on teaching and secondary emphasis on service in the Religious Studies program, and will be located on the university’s main campus in Logan. The lecturer will be responsible for teaching eight courses per year, with 3 each in the fall and spring and 2 in the summer, in a combination of face-to-face and online instruction. In addition to upper-division courses in their area(s) of expertise, candidates must be able to teach Introduction to Religious Studies (World Religions), Introduction to Judaism, and courses that contribute to the History curriculum.
Review of applications will begin November 1, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.
Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Associate Vice President (AVP) of Collegiate Development serves as a key member of the leadership team and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting the collegiate-focused fundraising programs at Utah State University. The AVP is responsible for all fundraising activity supporting the college and academic program units. The AVP will foster an engaged work environment and inspire a shared vision by strategically aligning effort and resources and promoting trust among major gift officers and college stakeholders. He/she must have a proven record of building and managing results-focused teams with a leadership style that inspires others to improve their effectiveness and develop as leaders and fundraisers. As the leader of Collegiate Development, the AVP will take an active role in attracting talented fundraisers to the organization and will invest in the professional development and mentorship of the entire team. The AVP will collaborate with executive leadership, peers, and partners within the organization and across the University to advance the strategic priorities of Utah State University. In addition, the AVP will serve as a key member of the Principal Gift Workgroup and will assist and lead major gift solicitations. This position requires travel.
Successful applicant will be responsible for extracting environmental DNA (eDNA) from filters and using qPCR to detect target aquatic species in water samples using established protocols.
$15/hr., 20- 30 hours per week, Fall semester.