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The Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence and the Psychology Department seeks 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. This position is eligible for H-1B visa sponsorship.
Located on the main campus in Logan, Utah, this is a 1 FTE, 12-month fiscal year position.
Review of applications will begin December 1, 2021 and will continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2022.
Inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Gretchen Peacock. (435 797-0721; email@example.com).
Reverse mortgage counselors assists seniors who seek to convert equity in their homes into income. The role of the reverse mortgage counselor is to:
- Educate clients about the features of reverse mortgages, the appropriateness of a reverse mortgage, and other financial options that might meet the client's needs;
- Provide guidance and resources to enable the client to make an informed decision; and
- Provide ongoing support to the client throughout the process.
This position is contingent upon ongoing funding.
The Data and Voice Technician (Telecommunications Technician, Senior) will perform and fully document IT infrastructure "Moves, Adds, and Changes" to meet contractor, student, faculty, and staff needs for voice and data connections, including telephone handsets, voicemail, and edge data infrastructure. Work independently on assigned projects. Work with clients and customers. Maintain and organize flow of materials and work area. Complete work orders as assigned through the IT Service Desk, Team Manager, and/or Project Managers.
Reporting to the Sr. Director of Strategic Communications, the Social Media Manager (Marketer II) will develop, execute and measure integrated, multichannel social media campaigns that support Utah State University’s fundraising, stewardship and alumni engagement activities. The position is responsible for managing the USU Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations social media presence and maximizing visibility and audience engagement, while continuously measuring, reporting and improving performance.
This is a highly visible and incredibly significant role. The person in this position will need to be able to create original content for both organic and paid distribution that produces results. This role requires the creativity to produce engaging content, as well as the ability to think strategically, analyze and act on insights from post performance. Skills and experience must extend far beyond the ability to share a link and post a photo.
To be successful in this role, the Social Media Manager must ensure that social media messaging is on strategy — building affinity for Utah State University and the Alumni Association, deepening our relationship with our audience, and reaching users in meaningful and engaging ways — and be able to effectively explain the purpose and intended outcome behind social media campaigns.
The ideal candidate should possess a mix of multimedia content creation expertise and analytical skills, enjoy bringing new ideas to the table, have a creative eye, be up to date on social and digital trends, and thrive in a collaborative environment. From producing dynamic Instagram Stories and taking original Instagram photos, to writing engaging content for Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin, we're looking for someone who is experienced with placing the right content on the appropriate channels, keeping it organized and making it sing.
This position will oversee a part-time student worker with the title of Visual Content Creator.
The Development Officer is responsible for the qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major gift prospects. The candidate will work with donors to link their passions to the college priorities and determine the appropriate gift vehicles, including cash, securities, real property and other.
The candidate will participate in strategy development for the USU Swaner Preserve & EcoCenter as well as the University Wide Fundraising team and is responsible for solicitation strategies specific to their proposals and goals. The Development Officer can mentor less experienced team members and sets an example by their leadership, collaboration, and interaction with colleagues, university partners and community members. Building and maintaining an effective working relationship with the dean/director is key to success and growth as a Development Officer.
The Development Officer reviews research reports and information from the Prospect Analytics and Research team on assigned donors and prospects. The candidate plans trips and contacts donors to set appointments for visits. The candidate builds relationships for the University with donors by presenting the case for philanthropic support and engagement opportunities. The candidate follows up with correspondence, phone calls and additional visits as appropriate to close gifts.
This position is highly collaborative with other colleagues and works closely with University and Foundation leadership. This position also requires extensive public contact with high-level alumni, donors and volunteers. Travel is required.
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. This position 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 efforts and resources, and promoting trust among major gift officers and college stakeholders. Candidate 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 head 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 assist/lead major gift solicitations. This position requires travel.
Utah State University is committed to nurturing and empowering all of our students. To assist with the challenges facing some students, the Assistant Director - Diversity Outreach (Program Coordinator II) will assist students in navigating the higher education system by providing support, resources, and direction in understanding Utah State. The successful candidate will work closely with students and their families to navigate the admissions process, review financial assistance offered and assist students through their first-year of enrollment at Utah State University.
As a member of the recruitment team, the successful applicant will coordinate recruitment activities to identify and contact prospective diverse and first-generation students across the USU System, provide them with information about the University, and facilitate their enrollment. The successful candidate must possess excellent communication skills in order to provide outstanding customer service over the telephone, in email correspondence, and in person to students and their parents.
The Up to 3 program is seeking part time employees to help with classroom activities, set up, clean up, and overall classroom functioning for children under three with disabilities. Must be available Monday and Wednesday 9:00 am to 2:30 pm year round.
On-Campus ACA Variable Hours, US Work Authorization is required. Work location will be in Logan Utah.
The Shingo Institute is looking for a video editor to join our team. The video editor role consists of managing material such as camera footage, dialogue, sound effects, graphics and special effects to produce a final video product. You’ll work closely with the events and marketing manager and the client relation manager to create appealing and high quality educational and promotional videos.
USU is currently hiring part-time clinical teachers to provide clinical instruction to USU nursing students on a part-time basis for supervision of clinical rotations related to the USU COVID-19 initiatives located on the USU Logan campus only. This is a non-benefited, ACA Variable position.
The Salesforce Systems Administrator is responsible to administer the physical and cloud infrastructure at the Shingo Institute, a program of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business.
USU is currently hiring a non-benefited teacher to provide clinical instruction to USU nursing students. The position is currently open in Tooele. This is an ACA Variable position.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics, in the College of Science at Utah State University, invites applications for a Professional Practice Assistant Professor position at the Logan campus of Utah State University with a start date of August 1, 2022. The position is an academic year (nine-month) non-tenure track appointment with the possibility of summer teaching for additional compensation. Outstanding performance in the position can lead to promotion to Professional Practice Associate Professor and subsequently to Professional Practice Professor.
This position is part of a faculty cluster hire in USU’s College of Science, and we seek applicants with demonstrated capacity to contribute to USU’s justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) missions and goals while also contributing to excellence in USU’s education mission. The successful applicant would join the College of Science’s JEDI Collaboratory, a thematic mentoring and collaboration network.
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.
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USU Retail Dining is accepting applications for the following areas: Taco Time, Subway, Blue WOK, Scotsman, Ibis, Steeped (Starbuck's), The Quickstop, Luke’s Café on the Quad, Shaw’s 88 Kitchen and Noni's. Location of hire will be based on final interview, requests may be considered.
On-Campus ACA Variable Hours
US Work Authorization is REQUIRED.
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Multiple positions available, no experience necessary. Position begins in August 2021 and continues through June 2022.
The Classroom facilitator will be working at the Utah State University Eastern center in Price. Hours vary depending on need and will be scheduled anytime between 7:30 AM-10:45 PM Monday through Friday, and occasional Saturdays 7:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Hours are scheduled according to the IVC class schedule, plus 15 minutes before any class time. Hours will be up to 19 hours per week and will change with each semester.
This position is for students and non-students. Work study students are encouraged to apply.
This is an ACA variable position.
The primary function of the TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Academic Support Mentor is to provide guidance and support to USU Blanding TRIO Student Support Services students based on their unique academic developmental needs. Candidates will mentor students in study cycle strategies, financial literacy and online tutoring in order to increasing student retention and graduation rates. Two (2) positions are available.
The Department of Biology (www.biology.usu.edu) invites applications for a full-time, 9‐month tenure‐track Assistant Professor position (50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service) in Microbial Ecology.
This position has an anticpated start date of 1 August 2022.
The Department of Biology (www.biology.usu.edu) invites applications for a full-time, 9‐month tenure‐track Assistant Professor position (50% research, 40% teaching, and 10% service) in Insect Ecology.
This position has an anticpated start date of 1 August 2022.