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The SAAVI office (http://www.usu.edu/saavi/) seeks to fill a part-time position up to 20 hours a week for an advocate specialist. The SAAVI office provides safe and confidential counseling, advocacy, and information to ANYONE at USU who is a survivor of or has questions about sexual assault, rape, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, hate crime, hazing, etc.
Percent of Time: Up to 20 hours a week
Advertised Salary: Minimum $10 per hour, commensurate with experience
The Sorenson Legacy Foundation Center for Clinical Excellence is hiring a pediatric occupational therapist who will provide evidenced-based services to youth and engage with other providers in the Sorenson Center to provide interdisciplinary services.
Responsible for the general maintenance, preventive maintenance, and general upkeep of the Housing Facilities Buildings. Oversee planning and preparation, and completion of work orders and to ensure all the buildings are safe, reliable, and well maintained.
The Business Assistant will work in the College of Science Business Services Team and serves in the department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. The successful applicant will work closely with the department head, business manager, faculty, staff, and the College of Science financial officer and Business Services team to provide accurate and timely financial reporting and transactions. This position may be filled as a Business Assistant I or Business Assistant II depending on the knowledge and experience of the applicant.
Part time summer help preparing paper work for fair and working during fair.
Genetic Lab Technician will be assisting in getting DNA extration. Will be checking the PCR reations.
Minimum $12-15/hr. depending on experience.
The Aviation Technology program at USU includes Bachelor of Science degrees in Professional Pilot and Maintenance Management. The Aviation Technology program prides itself in applying cutting-edge technology with exceptional training to produce the best quality of pilots and technicians the industry needs. Professional Pilot graduates receive all Federal Aviation Administration certifications and are trained to be commercial pilots. Students are trained in Diamond Aircraft with glass cockpits and the latest instrument and navigation technology. USU's Regional Jet Flight Simulator gives students hands-on experience in flying a commercial airliner.
USU also offers a nine-week private pilot summer program for those who seek to jump-start their career goal before the semester starts. Students in the Aviation Technology – Maintenance Management major will complete the courses required for the FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) licenses. They will also have coursework in aviation law, human factors in aviation safety, and management. Management and communications courses are incorporated into the program to provide essential business skills.
Employment opportunities for graduates in Maintenance Management include positions with major airlines as maintenance technicians, maintenance supervisors, fixed-base operators, maintenance directors, repair station managers, FAA inspectors, aircraft and component manufacturers, and aerospace manufacturers. Degree completion in this program prepares graduates for all FAA required licensing evaluations.
Dining Services has open positions at the Junction. Hiring for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner positions for both dish room and serving stations.
U.S. Work Authorization is required. On Campus ACA Variable hours
This is a part-time, non-benefited, ACA variable position. This individual will provide math tutoring to students with math learning challenges. Tutoring will be mainly for, but not limited to, MATH 0990, MATH 0995, MATH 1050, MATH 1051, and STAT 1040/1045.
The position is located within the USU Southwest Region (in or near the communities of Beaver, Bicknell, Cedar City, Delta, Ephraim, Junction, Kanab, Nephi, Panguitch, Richfield, and St. George). The tutor can be located at any of our 11 Southwest Centers. Most of the tutoring will be done via Zoom.
The Theatre Stage/Tech Crew is responsible to clean and organize the inventory props used by the Theatre Department in various off-campus storage areas. Other duties as assigned.
Senior Research Technician in the Select Agent laboratory for the Institute of Antiviral Research (IAR). Ensures completion of both in vivo and in vitro antiviral studies as well as the continued operation of the Select Agent (SA) laboratories.
The Dolores Dore Eccles Center for Early Care and Education includes five classrooms/programs: Infants, Toddlers, Junior Preschool, Senior Preschool, and KinderCare serving children from approximately 6 weeks through 6 years old. The Center serves two primary purposes:
- To provide and maintain a safe, nurturing, and developmentally appropriate learning environment for young children in the context of establishing mutually supportive partnerships with families.
- To afford a meaningful learning experience for university students earning academic credit in early childhood education and other related disciplines through on-site teaching and mentoring.
The early childhood Teacher Aid is a full time (100% FTE) non-exempt position. The general work schedule is Monday through Friday with varying hours from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM and occasional evenings. It is expected that this position will work cooperatively and supportively with the assigned Lead Teacher to provide a safe, nurturing, and developmentally appropriate environment for young children.
Laboratory/Research technician may involve field work in locations other than the Logan Campus/Utah.
This is an open position so that students can gain experience when jobs are needed in individual faculty and center labs.
The Fruit Harvester will harvest peaches and apples at the Kaysville Research Farm.
The College of Science has an opening for a full-time Business Assistant. This position is part of the Business Services Team for the college and focuses on travel, human resources, scholarships, and other financial services. The position is located within the College of Science Dean’s Office and will report to the college business manager.
Upward Bound TRIO High School Advisor - Upward Bound serves first generation, low-income, academically disadvantaged high school students to help them develop the skills needed to become successful college students. By assisting selected participants in the development of appropriate educational goals, guiding them in decision-making, directing them to resources that provide assistance in making career and academic major choices, and providing opportunities to develop social skills, cultural competence, study skills, and writing skills.
2 positions - One at San Juan High School and one at Red Mesa High School
This position assists the Director in development and coordination of the day-to-day operational and administrative functions of the Ecology Center, including the graduate degree programs in Ecology, which are offered through 6 departments in 3 colleges and currently enroll about 130 students, and the interdisciplinary graduate specialization in Climate Adaptation Science, which is offered through 10 departments in 5 colleges and currently enrolls up to 20 students per cohort.
Position serves as principal liaison between graduate students, faculty, staff, and Ecology Center-affiliated and Climate Adaptation Science program-affiliated departments and colleges. Duties include but are not limited to management of the Ecology Center and Climate Adaptation Science program websites; marketing/advertising of all Center programs; management of fleet, research properties, working groups, seminar series, equipment, space use, keys, workshops, socials, and contacts. Assist Director with development, analysis, and implementation of Center’s strategic plan; coordinate and create reports for All-Hands and other stakeholder meetings.
This position will assist in collecting data for the USDA National Forest Service's National Visitor Use Monitoring Program.
You will be compensated for your travel time, but this this position requires that you use your personal vehicle to travel to and from survey locations. Some survey locations are on rough roads in remote areas, so a high clearance vehicle is preferred but not required. Free housing options are available.
This is an entry-level position collaborating with major gift officers to develop and adjust fundraising goals and strategies, both annual and long-term. Reports on fundraising progress towards goals and identification of new prospects. Conducts research and analysis on individuals, corporations, and foundations that are prospects for significant financial support, or who can help to advance the university in other ways (e.g., through influence or volunteer activity).
Reactive and responsive to requests from university staff; is also proactive in expanding the pool of potential prospects and bringing to the attention of the development staff those that offer the greatest promise of return. Creates, manages and updates constituent records in the alumni donor database, actively seeking to maintain data integrity. Assists with developing and implementing best practices and database processes. This position must meet the highest standards of confidentiality, quality, accuracy, and timeliness.
Incumbents in the News Coordinator (Public Media Specialist I) position will be responsible for crafting written communications used to support public relations initiatives for the university; coordinating online media monitoring; and gathering, identifying, and promoting university programs.