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  • The Director of Research Communications oversees all aspects of marketing, communications, and public relations for Colorado State University’s OVPR. This individual will report directly to the Vice President for Research (VPR) and the Vice President for University Communications (VPUC) and serve as a member of the leadership team of both units. The Director of Research Communications is responsible for all internal and external communication, outreach, and promotional efforts for the OVPR. The director provides leadership, guidance, management, and coordination in the administration of marketing, communications, and public relations efforts. This position will be responsible for strategic alignment and coordination of communications staff throughout the OVPR division. Within the OVPR, the Director of Research Communications provides oversight to and management of web activities and engagement with branding efforts statewide; develops strategy for an evolving off campus communications plan; and works cooperatively with communications personnel in the Center for Healthy Aging and the Energy Institute and with the Communications and Events Manager in the OVPR. Per a reporting line to the VPUC and role as a member of the University Communications teams, the Director of Research Communications collaborates with other division and college communicators, including the UC PR team, to brainstorm, produce, and disseminate strategic research communications, aligning the priorities of the OVPR and the priorities and goals of the entire university. The Director serves as a point person for media relations related to CSU research, writes op-eds and talking points for the OVPR leadership, and works with the internal partners and media to pitch and place content originated by OVPR and/or highlighting CSU research. The Director of Research Communications also sits on the Editorial Board of the CSU magazine, advising the Editor of the magazine on research-focused content and helping to facilitate development of related story content. The Director will also advise the magazine team on potentially relevant content for STATE magazine that aligns with the CSU System’s goals and messaging. Also at the System level, the Director works closely with the team that has built and maintains the CSU Global Mapping Project, an interactive, overlay-based map of the state and the world that highlights CSU research, engagement and achievements for a variety of virtual and in-person audiences.
  • The primary duties of this half time position are to: * Instruct graduate-level online courses in the Ski Area Management Program * Manage and administer the graduate certificate in Ski Area Management
  • The Department of Statistics seeks applicants throughout the academic year from individuals who are interested in obtaining postdoctoral research experience in the area of statistics and related areas. Individuals in those positions are expected to conduct a program of research in collaboration with one or more faculty members in the Department of Statistics and to teach a limited number of courses. A teaching load of one to two courses per semester is expected. The open positions may be temporary. Annual terms and reappointment may depend on performance and/or the continued availability of funding. A detailed description of the department is available on our department web page http://www.stat.colostate.edu/
  • Temporary or Special part-time or full-time Research Associate positions at Level I or II may become available throughout the year in Western Colorado Research Center with locations near Grand Junction, CO or Hotchkiss, CO.
  • Several Teaching Aide positions are available in the Professional Veterinary Medical program at Colorado State University which will support the program’s Foundations in Clinical Practices course. The individuals will be required to assist in the instruction and evaluation of veterinary students in the performance of physical, ophthalmologic, dermatologic, cardiologic, and pain assessment exams of small animals. They must help to evaluate these student exams in a clinical setting. They are expected to implement the guidelines set in the student syllabus. All positions are temporary and are not benefit eligible. Positions are for one semester with the potential of continuing the following semester. Hours worked are approximately 2-6 hours per week depending on the employee’s schedule as well as the need for clinical educators for the courses for that semester. The course runs approximately 8-9 weeks per semester and there is a 2-3 hour orientation at the beginning of each semester as well as a one hour introduction class period that aides are required to attend. Hours preparing outside of the class environment will be paid. Hourly wage for these positions is $18.00-$25.00/hour depending on experience and no benefits. Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
  • 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 Bacteriology 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 Bacteriology 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 Evaluation Associate supports the STEM Center’s growing evaluation activities by planning, leading and conducting multiple, simultaneous, multi-year STEM-related education research and evaluation projects for a variety of stakeholders both on and off campus. This position plays a key role providing evaluation support for grant programs in Colorado and across the United States. This position is also responsible for coordinating the data collection, analysis, and reporting of key data to help program stakeholders and the STEM Center team measure progress toward long-term goals. The individual in this position will report to the STEM Center Director and the Senior Evaluator, but is expected to operate independently, using professional training and experience to apply judgement in determining appropriate methods to use in order to make sound decisions. Remote work is negotiable depending on the experience of the candidate. This is a part-time, 50%, position that is grant funded and contingent upon continued grant funds.
  • The Department of Clinical Sciences at Colorado State University seeks applications for a 12-month Tenure-Track or a 12-month Non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in Equine Theriogenology. Candidates will be considered for both Tenure-Track and Non-Tenure Track unless a preference is indicated in the cover letter. Applicants may specify the rank (Assistant Professor or Associate Professor) for which they wish to be considered. Opportunities for promotion and advancement are similar for both the Tenure and Non-Tenure faculty series. Salary range for Assistant Professor is $110,000 to $125,000 and the salary range for Associate Professor is $130,000 to $155,000. Salary, rank and start-up packages will be commensurate with the qualifications of the applicant. The Equine Theriogenology faculty position will be housed at the Equine Reproduction Laboratory (ERL) located on the Foothills Campus of Colorado State University. The Equine Reproduction Laboratory has a long and storied history in the field of horse reproduction. The cornerstones of the program have always been dedicated basic and applied research, outstanding education for undergraduate, graduate and veterinary students, world class continuing education courses, and superior clinical service. We are looking for an exceptional individual that understands the value of this tradition, thrives on collaboration and can provide a vision and leadership for the future. The Equine Reproduction Laboratory has state-of-the-art facilities and a strong clinical caseload. The unit has 2 ACT board-certified and 1 ACT (honorary) faculty, 3 DVM Residents, 2 Equine Breeding Farm Interns and an exceptional support staff. The ERL has close collaborations with the Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Equine Teaching and Research Center, Department of Animal Sciences, Translational Medicine Institute, Colorado Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Infectious Disease Research Center, and the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University.
  • The IT Support Specialist will deliver timely technical support and expertise for approximately 150 users in multiple locations distributed across campus. This person will deliver exceptional customer service to track and resolve problems, brought forward via multiple channels, including a help desk system, email, phone, and in-person requests. Day to Day Support for computing resources and systems will also include: managing the client ticketing system; asset and lifecycle management; service support (software licensing and transition, system, device and backup support); vendor interaction/warranties; product purchasing; end-user training/education; on-site/remote customer support, and other duties as assigned. This position will also contribute to University Advancement’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion by providing an excellent and equitable experience for all employees, regardless of their background, position, or prior technological experience. This is a 12-month full-time appointment and reports to the Network Administration Manager. Much of the division of University Advancement is currently working remotely, but we anticipate returning to in-person operations for the Fall 2021 semester. At this time, remote work and flexible work arrangements will be available to UA employees.
  • The IT Support Specialist will deliver timely technical support and expertise for approximately 150 users in multiple locations distributed across campus. This person will deliver exceptional customer service to track and resolve problems, brought forward via multiple channels, including a help desk system, email, phone, and in-person requests. Day to Day Support for computing resources and systems will also include: managing the client ticketing system; asset and lifecycle management; service support (software licensing and transition, system, device and backup support); vendor interaction/warranties; product purchasing; end-user training/education; on-site/remote customer support, and other duties as assigned. This position will also contribute to University Advancement’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion by providing an excellent and equitable experience for all employees, regardless of their background, position, or prior technological experience. This is a 12-month full-time appointment and reports to the Network Administration Manager. Much of the division of University Advancement is currently working remotely, but we anticipate returning to in-person operations for the Fall 2021 semester. At this time, remote work and flexible work arrangements will be available to UA employees.
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