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  • The position of Mental Health Counselor - Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Focus provides mental health services for Colorado State University students. Responsibilities include the support of alcohol and other drug treatment services, general clinical services, graduate training, and some outreach programming.
     
    This position reports to the Director of Specialty Counseling Services and serves as a staff member in Drugs, Alcohol, and You (DAY) Programs.
  • The Department of Psychology and other research centers within the department and funded research grants within the department seek applications throughout the academic year from individuals who are interested in Research Associate positions. The open positions may be temporary or special assignment. Annual terms and reappointment may depend on performance and/or the continued availabilty of funding. Psychology department research positions are in the areas of Applied Social and Health, Cognitive, Cognitive Neuroscience, Counseling and Industrial/Organizational psychology. Research centers within the department include the Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research, the Colorado Injury Control Research Center, and the Institute for Applied Prevention Research, which is a Diversity Program of Research and Scholarly Excellence and is an umbrella group for a number of centers including Tri-Ethnic and CoAMP. Research Associate applicants must hold a B.S. degree in an appropriate disciplince. A minimum of one-year work experience is preferred. Qualifications for Research Associate I are less than 3 years of professional, post-baccalaureate experience. Qualifications for Research Associate II are more than 3 years of relevant professional experience for an individual with a Bachelor’s degree or a Master’s degree and no other significant professional experience. Qualifications for Research Associate III are individuals with a Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of work-related experience or a Master’s degree with at least 2 years experience. Individuals with a Ph.D. who have no additional experience may also be appointed to this position. Qualifications for Research Associate IV are individuals with a Bachelor’s degree and 10 years of work-related experience, or a Master’s degree with more than 5 years of experience. Individuals holding a Ph.D. who have at least 2 years experience may also be appointed to this position.
  • The Research Associate III will work in close coordination with Dr. Schultz and other researchers focused on climate adaptation as part of Colorado State University’s (CSU) Climate Adaptation Partnership (CAP) for Policy Innovation and Research Coordination. The CAP works to foster collaborations among CSU researchers and center leaders that work on climate adaptation with two core emphases: 1) supporting interdisciplinary research efforts to address the complex challenges of climate adaptation and 2) building connections among researchers and policymakers to facilitate the application of climate adaptation research in policy venues. The CAP was formed in 2020 as is led by Dr. Courtney Schultz (Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship) and Dr. Leisl Carr-Childers (Department of History). The CAP is establishing itself as the go-to entity on campus for climate adaptation researchers and policymakers who are interested in tackling the challenges of adaptation. 
    We seek an innovative research associate to join our team to lead interdisciplinary team publications on climate adaptation and apply to funding opportunities with the CAP team for future interdisciplinary research projects and institutional development of the CAP as an organization. The focus of this position is on research coordination and team publications, rather than new data collection, unless additional research funding is obtained by the incumbent. Team peer-reviewed publications will broadly focus on climate adaptation and require coordinating writing with co-authors from disparate disciplines (policy, history, ethnic studies, engineering, atmospheric sciences, agriculture, fire ecology, etc.).  The incumbent will be tasked with taking a largely independent role in conducting these activities, in coordination with members and collaborators of the CAP (see https://www.research.colostate.edu/cip/cap/). Depending on interest, the incumbent may take on small teaching and advising assignments or other activities, as the opportunities within the research groups of the CAP members are rich and diverse. Post-doctoral scholars may negotiate some time to support publishing on their past research.  
    There are several members of the CAP team who could advise the incumbent, depending on the incumbent’s interests and areas of focus. Candidates are encouraged to apply if their research interests align with the focal areas of the CAP, but they must be prepared to lead interdisciplinary team publications. Focal areas include climate adaptive land management, fire management, agriculture, water management, and related studies on climate adaptation pathways, policies, or strategies.  
    This is a one-year position with possibility of extension depending on funding availability.  
  • The Department of Chemistry seeks applications from individuals who are interested in obtaining postdoctoral fellow research experience in the areas of analytical, biological, chemistry education, inorganic, materials, organic, or physical chemistry. A detailed description of the department and information on specific faculty research programs within the department are available on the department website at: http://www.chem.colostate.edu/.
  • The department accepts applications on an ongoing basis from individuals who are interested in obtaining research positions within the department in laboratories in the areas of Prion Biology research. The open positions may be temporary or special assignment and may be for limited time periods. This is an open pool, and applications will be forwarded to open positions as they become available. 
     
    Research Associate positions are available in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology in the area of Prion Biology research. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in microbiology, biology, molecular biology, biochemistry or a closely related field. 
     
    These positions include interaction with the Principal Investigator as well as other research assistants. The individual will be part of a team of researchers completing a federally funded research project and will have a broad range of responsibilities which may include but are not limited to: 
    1.General lab organization and ordering of supplies. 
    2. Management of records associated with compliance with Human or Animal Institutional Review Board protocols and guidelines. 
    3. Data collection and subsequent analysis using custom computer programs. 
    4. Data entry and management of electronic data records. 
    5. Statistical analysis. 
    6. Training other personnel in data collection and analysis. 
    7. Supervision of the activities of undergraduate and graduate student research assistants. 
    8. Physiological experiments with animals. 
    9. Handling of laboratory animals and tissue/blood samples. 
    10. Participate in professional development opportunities as appropriate. 
    11. Write reports, check documentation, maintain inventory, maintain critical data, and insure compliance with grant criteria.
  • The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance seeks full time or part time, temporary or special Music Instructors to provide collaborative piano support to ensembles, instrumental majors, and/or vocal majors in CSU’s School of Music, Theatre and Dance, and in administrative roles coordinating special programs. Applicants are added to the pool list throughout the calendar year. Hiring decisions are made during the late spring and early summer for fall semester, during the early fall semester for spring and during the spring semester for the summer term.
  • A full-time appointment for a qualified GIS Specialist (Research Associate I) position is available with CEMML and duty-stationed on Guam in compliance with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Mariana Islands Training and Testing Biological Opinion of 2015 and the Navy-funded Project Statement of Work that implement regional biosecurity measures to prevent introduction and promote control and management of invasive species. In fulfillment of these objectives, the GIS Specialist will develop, maintain, and provide GIS data and maps, conduct geospatial analyses, manage mobile geospatial data collection apps and other GPS and desktop GIS applications, and conduct basic statistical analyses of biological data.

    This position requires excellent interpersonal skills, collaboration, flexibility, and diplomacy, in coordinating with project proponents and managers, as well as Navy Installation GIS Managers.

    Relocation expenses may be available; conditions apply. 

    Beginning Monday, August 16, 2021, Colorado State University has mandated vaccinations against COVID-19. Faculty and staff are required to submit their vaccine status or declare an exemption.  More information about the vaccination mandate can be found on the CSU COVID-19 Information & Resources site here:  

    https://covid.colostate.edu/pandemic-preparedness-team-broad-guidance-for-all-summer-and-fall-2021-activities/
  • Research Associate I, II or III positions are available in the Department of Clinical Sciences, in the area(s) of animal health, infectious disease, cancer, orthopedics, and reproduction. These positions include interaction with the Principal Investigator as well as other research assistants. The individual will be part of a team of researchers completing a federally funded research project and will have a broad range of responsibilities.
     
    The successful candidate must be legally eligible to work in the U.S. at time of application; the Clinical Sciences department will not provide visa sponsorship for these positions.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as: 10 to 25-ton dump trucks, dozers, motor graders, front-in loaders, vibratory compactors, scrapers, forestry mowers (FECON), track hoes, agricultural tractors, and backhoes for the purpose of completing Land Rehabilitation and Maintenance (LRAM) projects. Primary functions are soil stabilization and vegetation management on Army lands. This position will also require tracking and preparing monthly and quarterly reports.

    Beginning Monday, August 16, 2021, Colorado State University has mandated vaccinations against COVID-19. Faculty and staff are required to submit their vaccine status or declare an exemption. More information about the vaccination mandate can be found on the CSU COVID-19 Information & Resources site here, https://covid.colostate.edu/pandemic-preparedness-team-broad-guidance-for-all-summer-and-fall-2021-activities/
  • Operate heavy equipment such as: 10 to 25-ton dump trucks, dozers, motor graders, front-in loaders, vibratory compactors, scrapers, forestry mowers (FECON), track hoes, agricultural tractors, and backhoes for the purpose of completing Land Rehabilitation and Maintenance (LRAM) projects. Primary functions are soil stabilization and vegetation management on Army lands. This position will also require tracking and preparing monthly and quarterly reports.

    Beginning Monday, August 16, 2021, Colorado State University has mandated vaccinations against COVID-19. Faculty and staff are required to submit their vaccine status or declare an exemption. More information about the vaccination mandate can be found on the CSU COVID-19 Information & Resources site here, https://covid.colostate.edu/pandemic-preparedness-team-broad-guidance-for-all-summer-and-fall-2021-activities/
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