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USU's Technology Transfer Services (TTS) offers a unique opportunity for the successful candidate to gain in-depth experience with university technology transfer and technology commercialization. Tech Transfer Analysts work closely with TTS staff on a part-time basis, providing support for invention assessments and technology marketing. The experience is intended to enhance TTS's understanding of the commercial potential of inventions and technologies while providing Tech Transfer Analysts with a valuable educational experience.
The Utah Forest Institute at Utah State University is seeking a full-time (or part-time, depending on candidate preference) technical analyst to start during the summer of 2021. Applications will be reviewed starting June 30th, with applications being considered immediately and until the position is filled. The Utah Forest Institute is housed in the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources at Utah State University.
The Program Coordinator II will function as one member of a team of highly motivated, collaborative and dedicated professionals whose primary responsibility is to serve as a resource and advocate for students from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds. The Coordinator provides extensive programming, outreach and education on campus; assists students, staff, faculty, alumni and community members who access the space and services of the Center; advises student organizations; supervises work-study students, interns, and volunteers; assists with administration of the Center including program assessment and evaluation; makes referrals.
The Inclusion Center at Utah State University serves Indigenous, LGBTQIA+, Multicultural, Disabled and Neurodiverse, and Nontraditional Students. The following programs are sponsored through the IC: Adult Learner Program, Indigenous Program, Gender and Sexuality Program, Multicultural Program, Women and Gender Program. In addition, the following student clubs are advised through the Inclusion Center: Asian Student Association, Black Student Union, Disabled and Neurodiverse Student Association, Latinx Student Union, Native American Student Council, Nontraditional Student Association, Perspectives, Polynesian Student Union, and Queer Student Alliance.
USU Extension in San Juan County is seeking a creative and positive person to work as a staff assistant to the San Juan county Extension office and faculty. Hours will be Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm at the USU Extension Office located in the San Juan County Courthouse in Monticello, UT. This is a 3/4th time benefited position. Applicants should be able to work well independently and in a team. Some evening and weekend work may be necessary.
The Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education at Utah State University invites applications for one tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level (depending on qualifications) with the division of audiology beginning August 2022. Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, maintaining a strong program of research, and participating in department and university service. The successful candidate will join a dynamic audiology program committed to interdisciplinary collaboration and person-centered care for individuals across the lifespan.
This is a 1 FTE, nine-month academic year position with a flexible start date of either August 2021, January 2022, or August 2022. Review of applications will begin July 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.
Inquiries may be directed to the committee chair, Brittan Barker (435 797-0434 or email@example.com).
Under the general direction of the USU Eastern GEAR UP Director or GEAR UP Advisor: works one-on-one or in small groups with graduating high school seniors and families/guardians and first-year student GEAR UP (GU) students to provide mentoring and academic assistance. Addresses the needs of diverse learners; serves as a positive role model; and interacts with students, families/guardians, faculty/staff, and/or administration in a professional manner. Travels to and from high schools within Carbon and Emery counties to serve graduating high school students and prepare them for their first year of college. Attends staff meetings and annual training at the GEAR UP home office at Utah State University Eastern. Annual travel opportunities to a statewide, regional and/or national GEAR UP conference for professional development purposes may occur, if funding is available. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required for special events; such as National GEAR UP Week, National Senior College Signing Day, USU Eastern Leadership Summit, professional development opportunities, or to contact students and families/guardians.
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) is a federally-funded grant program whose goal is to increase college awareness for underrepresented students and their families/guardians, and to help students develop the skills and preparation necessary to complete high school and attend college.
Hiring is contingent on completion of a successful background check. This position falls under USU's Title IX "Responsible Employee" designation and is required to report any disclosures of sexual harassment or sexual violence to the USU Title IX Coordinator and/or appropriate school district/school authority. Furthermore, Utah law requires any public or private citizen to report child abuse or neglect to the nearest peace office, law enforcement agency, or office of the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS).
Note: Employment is grant funded and may be discontinued at any time.
The USU Create Better Health (SNAP-ED) nutrition education program teaches nutrition lessons and cooking skills to low-income adults and youth who are Food Stamp eligible. Utah State University Extension Create Better Health nutrition education program in Wayne County 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. Familiarity with Food Stamp procedures and food distribution sites is desirable. Successful applicants will be required to recruit the clients they teach.
The EcoHost position staffs the front desk and public areas of the EcoCenter during the hours that the center is open. This person acts as the face of Swaner by greeting and assisting guests and orienting visitors to the EcoCenter and Preserve. This person will engage guests, answer questions, lead tours, facilitate interpretive nature programs for guests, and attend to the general upkeep of the EcoCenter and exhibits. They will also help with traveling exhibits hosted in the space, special events, and youth education as needed.
This position must be proficient in Spanish in order to assist and interact with Spanish-speaking guests to the EcoCenter.
This position is part-time (7-15 hrs/week) and hours may regularly fall on weekends and occasionally on evenings.
This full-time, one-year AmeriCorps VISTA service position is hosted by the Public and School Partnership (PSP) and is based at Legacy Junior High School in Layton, UT. VISTA Members are placed in local schools to help improve and implement programs that support student academic success and attendance by providing effective, sustainable support programs and services to students. This will be done by developing and coordinating systems that track student progress and by utilizing data findings to develop and coordinate support programs and services for students who are identified as “off track” in the Summit Learning Management System. In these ways, the VISTAs at this site will serve as “Legacy Success Coordinators.”
AmeriCorps VISTA is a National Service program. All AmeriCorps VISTA positions are full-time for one year, as mandated by the Corporation for National and Community service. Successful completion of a one-year service term qualifies all VISTA members for either an education award of $6345 or a cash stipend of $1800 (direct deposit). The pay, a living stipend, is $1102 per month.
*Internship credit may be negotiated for university students (negotiated between student and university).
Anticipated start date is August 16, 2021, pending successful candidate placement in this position.
On-Campus ACA Variable Hours
US Work Authorization is REQUIRED
This individual will work in the Aggie Tech Department of the Campus Store. The individual will be expected to:
*Be available to work Summer semester as well as Fall and Spring semesters.
*Be available to work 15 to 25 hours per week, be at work on time, and stay until the end of shifts.
*Be well-groomed and professional in appearance and conversation.
*Take the required training from various technology companies to become proficient in talking to customers about products.
*Learn how to use the Campus Store Point-of-Sale system and cash registers to correctly carry out transactions.
*Keep sales floor clean, re-stocked, and organized.
*Take the necessary training to become a certified Apple Service Technician.
*Take and pass the University required testing to drive a University vehicle.
*Perform any other tasks required by supervisor and/or Student Lead.
*Have the ability to lift 40 pounds, kneel, bend, reach above the head to lift products from tall shelves.
*Have prior knowledge of computers and technology products. This is helpful, but not required.
The Aggie Chocolate Café Manager (ACCM) will coordinate the production of food items that
uses and highlights Aggie Chocolate. The ACCM will prepare a variety of foods and ensure that
quality and cost standards are consistently attained. The ACCM also supports the primary
mission of the ACF to support learning, research, and outreach activities related to cacao and
Utah State University Extension invites applications for a County Extension faculty, 12 month, tenure track position. Extension faculty develop, implement, evaluate, and coordinate research-based educational programs to enhance quality of life for youth and adults. Extension faculty also recruit, train and supervise volunteer leaders and serve as a liaison between local clientele, other resource agencies, and Utah State University administrators, faculty, and programs. This Extension position includes university responsibilities and is based in Garfield County with some crossover in providing assistance to the bordering county of Kane County in the area of Natural Resources and Livestock Production. Reciprocally Kane County faculty will provide Horticulture expertise in Garfield County. Additional responsibilities for this position include managing the USU Panguitch Research Farm https://uaes.usu.edu/farms/panguitch-research
An office will be provided at the USU Extension office in Panguitch, county seat of Garfield County.
The position requires knowledge of range management, livestock production (especially beef cattle), production agriculture (alfalfa and grass hay), and 4-H agriculture programs (Jr. Livestock). We welcome candidates with diverse interests and experience related to these areas.
Rank will commensurate with experience, qualifications and current rank. Appointment opportunities include Extension Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure track). A master's degree is required.
The estimated start date is July 1, 2021
The Marketer for the School of Graduate Studies will be responsible for developing and implementing marketing and communication strategies for the School of Graduate Studies.
These will include: Creating and executing marketing plans, campaigns and projects for the School of Graduate Studies, with a focus on recruiting new graduate students and communicating with current students; writing marketing copy for the School of Graduate Studies for a wide variety of outlets; working with marketers and other personnel in the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost.
The Marketer will also be responsible for ongoing communication between the School of Graduate Studies and current graduate students, faculty mentors, and Graduate Program Coordinators. The Marketer will oversee a number of part-time student employees.
The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services at Utah State University invites applications for two tenure track positions at the Assistant Professor level to join the internationally recognized Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences (ITLS). We seek applicants whose work lies at the intersection of the Learning Sciences and Instructional Technology. We specifically encourage applications from individuals who bring scholarly and applied expertise in areas including:
- design of or with emerging technologies such as media design, learning environment design, and/or instructional design
- research methodologies, including, but not limited to learning analytics/machine learning, multimodal learning analysis, and/or community-engaged research
- a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion as it relates to learning, technology and design
Successful candidates will, by the time of appointment, have (1) a doctorate in Learning Sciences, Instructional Technology, Information Sciences, Educational Psychology, or other closely related fields and (2) have demonstrated excellence or the potential for future excellence in research and teaching.
Located on the main campus in Logan, Utah, this is a 1 FTE, 9-month academic year position. The role assignment for this position is 50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service. Review of applicants will begin September 15, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 1, 2022.
The successful candidate is expected to develop a cutting-edge research program, supervise undergraduate and graduate students, and teach graduate and undergraduate courses delivered face-to-face, broadcast, and online. Candidates will have expertise in relevant theories, technologies, or methods and be prepared to teach existing course offerings in the department. The successful candidate will also propose innovative new courses that will serve the needs of our student population at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Successful candidates will be receptive to opportunities for collaboration within the department, college, or university.
Inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Mimi Recker (435 797-2692; firstname.lastname@example.org).
The successful applicant will be a grounds keeper for the Utah State University Uintah Basin Vernal Campus. They will work with the landscaper to make sure the lawns and flower beds are aesthetically pleasing.
The grounds keeper works under the direction of the Vernal landscaper. The incumbent uses discretion and independent judgment in performance duties by completing assigned duties in a timely manner and in accordance with University standards.
This is an ACA Variable position.
The EcoHost position staffs the front desk and public areas of the EcoCenter during the hours that the center is open. This person acts as the face of Swaner by greeting and assisting guests and orienting visitors to the EcoCenter and Preserve. The EcoHost will engage guests, answer questions, lead tours, facilitate interpretive nature programs for guests, and attend to the general upkeep of the EcoCenter and exhibits. They will also help with traveling exhibits hosted in the space, special events, and youth education as needed.
This position is part-time (7-15 hrs/week) and hours may regularly fall on weekends and occasionally on evenings.
The Department of Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences at Utah State University is seeking a Professional Practice Assistant/Associate Professor as a veterinary anatomic pathologist. This is a full-time non-tenure track position with diagnostic (75%), teaching (20%), and academic service (5%) responsibilities. Estimated start date is July 1, 2021.
The Utah Water Research Laboratory at Utah State University invites applications for two Postdoctoral Researchers in the area of collaborative, reproducible hydrologic modeling and hydrologic information systems. The researchers will work under the guidance of Drs. David Tarboton and Jeffery Horsburgh with a team of faculty, researchers, students, and programmers to advance cyberinfrastructure that supports large scale collaborative, reproducible hydrologic modeling. Specific research opportunities include improving flood inundation predictions and mapping based on high resolution digital terrain analysis, urban flooding, quantifying impacts on water availability in response to land use and land cover changes in continental scale models (Parflow, WRF-Hydro/National Water Model). The selected candidate will work on and assist the principal investigators in the management of multiple NSF projects, including, but not limited to HydroShare (www.hydroshare.org), HydroFrame (hydroframe.org) and the Urban Flooding Open Knowledge Network (ufokn.com).
Applicants should have experience in hydrologic modeling and an interest in advancing modeling methodology and the data and information systems supporting hydrologic modeling to improve collaboration, reproducibility and findability, interoperability, accessibility and reusability (FAIR principles) of results and addressing the challenges associated with applying these principles in large scale modeling. Each position will be funded for one year, with anticipated extension to a second year following demonstrated progress on agreed objectives. Application review will begin May 14, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled.
The Utah State University Extension 4-H in Salt Lake City is placing 50 refugee youth into summer internship work. 40 refugee youths with a wage of $10.00 an hour for internship work and 10 youths from past internship to move into leadership roles to mentor other youth in the program and receive a wage of $10.50 per hour.
The Interns will be placed closely to their choice of selection of job interest from their initial application form. The youths will be placed in employers such as after school programs, community centers, libraries, recreation departments, senior centers and other related work places.
Each employer will have different job responsibilities and job policies the interns will need to follow. To ensure a successful internship the interns will attend four mandatory pre-internship training sessions.
To be pre-approved you must meet the following qualifications:
- They must be refugee or some other qualifying immigrant.
- The qualify for TANF funding (this is federal family assistance money)
- Focus on teens Age 16-19
Please contact Lhaksam Choedon (801) 859-1958 to be approved.
The Registration Assistant will assist the Registration Coordinator in all aspects of event and conference registration. Hours: Monday-Friday, between 8:00 am-5:00 pm. May include some evening and weekend hours as needed with prior notification. Weekly hours will be between 10 to 28 hours. The work schedule will be determined on a weekly basis.