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  • The Residence Director is responsible for fostering an environment for students conducive to both personal and professional growth and achieving the objectives of a successful University Housing program that connects to the academic mission of CSU.This position coordinates and administers all aspects of a University Housing program in one residence hall/residential complex, possibly including the development and support of a Residential Learning Community and/or Themed Community.

    Responsibilities associated with this student-centered position may include the following: creating connections and implementing student learning strategies within a residence hall/residential complex of approximately 400-900 students, based on a curricular approach; selecting, training, supervising and evaluating graduate and undergraduate student staff; coordinating a Residential Learning Community (RLC) with staff, students, and faculty; mentoring students related to academic success; developing and nurturing student leaders; advising student organizations; developing and implementing learning opportunities; adjudicating student conduct hearings; providing individual assistance to students, including supporting students of concern; coordinating summer housing operations; and other duties as assigned.

    The selected candidate will be well-organized and able to work well under pressure with multiple and consistently changing priorities. To be successful in this position, the Residence Director must have excellent interpersonal and written communication, organizational skills, supervision skills and experience with taking initiative. In addition, the Residence Director will need a strong ability to establish and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with multiple constituents including campus offices, students, staff, faculty members and various other community groups. An expressed and demonstrated commitment to diversity & social justice and student development is critical for this position.

    In addition, experience working with diverse individuals such as non-traditional aged, religiously diverse, gender, international, people with disabilities, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender, and persons of color is essential to be effective in the Residence Director position.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to advise, coordinate, and fund-raise for intercollegiate livestock judging activities, provide undergraduate animal science instruction, assist with Colorado youth extension and livestock judging programs, and be active in the recruiting programs of the College of Agricultural Sciences. Courses to be taught include the existing Introduction to Livestock Evaluation and Advanced Livestock Evaluation. Involvement in the Department is expected and teaching other potential courses depending on the skills and interests of the candidate. The successful applicant will have access to College of Agricultural Sciences teaching herds, flocks, livestock facilities and extension programs to help facilitate longevity of the livestock judging program. The position also has the support resources to foster the success of the program. These resources include, but not limited to, Livestock Judging Endowment and graduate student (assistant coach) contributions. Students interested in livestock judging at Colorado State University also have opportunity to apply for academic scholarships funded through an allocation by the University’s Board of Governors. The CSU main campus is located in close proximity to a wide cross-section of livestock production systems (i.e., beef cattle and sheep operations ranging from seedstock to growing and finishing). The campus sits at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Northern Colorado and offers excellent access to many venues for outdoor interests, air transportation, and the Denver Metro Area, which includes several national animal agriculture organizations and facilities, most notably, the National Western Stock Show. 


  • The Philosophy Department invites applications for part-time instructors to teach courses in philosophy, logic, and religious studies. These are non-tenure track positions. These are part-time, 10 hour-per-week positions.
  • The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) at Colorado State University (CSU) is seeking an Associate Director of Equine Clinical Services. This position will be responsible for operations within the Johnson Family Equine Hospital (JFEH) and the Equine Reproduction Laboratory (ERL). The JFEH is a newly built, state of the art regional primary and global tertiary care referral center for equine veterinary services. The ERL utilizes leading-edge reproduction techniques and has served the equine industry for more than 45 years. The JFEH and ERL are major pillars of our CSU Veterinary Health System (VHS) which includes our medical, clinical, diagnostic, continuing education, and other health service operations within CVMBS. The JFEH is located on the CSU South Campus, adjacent to the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH), Diagnostic Medical Center and Translational Medicine Institute, which comprise the Veterinary Health Complex (VHC). The ERL is located on the CSU Foothills Campus. This juxtaposition of educational, research and service facilities provide a unique opportunity to advance veterinary and allied professions. Additional growth plans from the VHS Executive Leadership Team include a primary care facility and educational complex, which are in early development. Other components of the master plan include evolution of the current small animal VTH into a tertiary care clinic and the development of indoor and outdoor spaces that support a greater sense of community and wellbeing. The Associate Director of Equine Clinical Services is expected to play a significant role during this exciting next phase of growth, with the opportunity to significantly impact our future direction and will be critical in maintaining the premier reputation of Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences as a top-tier institution. We are seeking a dynamic, innovative, service-oriented individual with excellent communication skills to fill this role.
  • The Department of Construction Management at Colorado State University seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in obtaining non-tenure track teaching positions within the department.
  • This position is to support research interests in Dr. Daniel Gusstafson’s lab primarily in screening the activity of drugs in cell line models of human and canine cancer. The individual in this job will carry out experiments primarily in tissue culture systems but some animal studies may be required.
  • The School of Music, Theatre, and Dance may seek full time or part time, temporary Theatre Design Instructors to teach a variety of courses including introductory and advanced set/scenic design, lighting design, computer-assisted design/drawing, and design special topics classes. Mentoring of design practicum students expected. 
     
    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.
  • The Administrative Assistant II is a critical resource person for the university and is expected to understand the complex, sensitive nature of situations and be able to explain and apply the appropriate University, School, and program procedures to varying situations. Although the functions may vary slightly from one department to the next, the expectation is that the position will be proficient in all areas and will be able to independently balance fluctuating demands on a daily basis.

    This position serves as a significant support and resources for team members in coordinating meetings and events, including scheduling, space, catering, travel, A/V, registration, confirmation, and other needs. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
    • Reallocate procurement card transactions
    • Assist with purchasing requests
    • Prepare, process, and close travel documents
    • Collect, record, and present data
    • Greet visitors and callers
    • Receive and distribute packages and mail
    • Assist with office maintenance

    Colorado State University looks for applicants with a combination of knowledge, skills, abilities, and personal traits that include:
    • Strong work ethic
    • Commitment to diversity and inclusion
    • Productivity
    • Professionalism
    • Customer focus
    • Teamwork and collaboration skills
    • Problem-solving and critical thinking skills
    • Technical skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Communication skills
    • Ability to Multitask
    • Organization skills
    • Detail Oriented

    This Administrative Assistant II position results in a campus-wide Eligible List that will be utilized to fill positions for various departments across the Colorado State University campus. Once we have completed our comparative analysis (i.e. pre-employment assessment(s)) and established our eligible list of candidates, we begin to refer the top six scoring candidates to department(s) for an interview. The State of Colorado (our governing body) allows us to send a candidate to three different departments/interviews in effort to obtain a job offer. If you decline an offer, our office removes you from the eligible list, and moves on to refer the next candidate in line. This eligible list is typically active for up to six months.
  • This position exists to provide clinical laboratory support to the VTH primarily by operating and maintaining laboratory equipment, performing appropriate and necessary calibrations and quality control checks to insure accuracy of results, implementing manual methods, diagnosing and investigating errors and taking action to correct or refer, computing, recording and reporting results. The work involves the areas of Sample Accessioning, Chemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, Urinalysis, Immunohematology, and Fluid analysis/Cytology.
    The level of technical and physiologic understanding gained through a formal medical technology program is necessary to appropriately evaluate patient results for validity and determine whether a corrective action is required prior to reporting the results.
    This position may be required to step into any laboratory testing situation and complete any laboratory task as a float position between the various sections in Clinical Pathology in order to relieve the working supervisor and other staff from laboratory testing. This position may also be involved with other non-technical activities such as laboratory communication via Clinical Pathology newsletters and emails.
  • This position exists to provide clinical laboratory support to the VTH primarily by operating and maintaining laboratory equipment, performing appropriate and necessary calibrations and quality control checks to insure accuracy of results, implementing manual methods, diagnosing and investigating errors and taking action to correct or refer, computing, recording and reporting results. The work involves the areas of Sample Accessioning, Chemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, Urinalysis, Immunohematology, and Fluid analysis/Cytology.
    The level of technical and physiologic understanding gained through a formal medical technology program is necessary to appropriately evaluate patient results for validity and determine whether a corrective action is required prior to reporting the results.
    This position may be required to step into any laboratory testing situation and complete any laboratory task as a float position between the various sections in Clinical Pathology in order to relieve the working supervisor and other staff from laboratory testing. This position may also be involved with other non-technical activities such as laboratory communication via Clinical Pathology newsletters and emails.
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