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Working knowledge and experience with training and education systems and programs * Working knowledge of, and experience with, DoD Operational level command and control * Proficient in Microsoft ...
HBI has been training and educating America's home construction workforce for more than 40 years. Our proven business model has helped countless individuals create long-term career opportunities
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... education/training, key skills, location and often contractual requirements. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual ...
At least 2 years of experience in teaching, training, or coaching within an educational programming setting in diverse settings and communities * Must live in Colorado * Experience working with ...
Designs and develops interactive training programs (outsourced or in-house), educational aids and materials for corporate, compliance, and other training * Actively researches curriculum needs and ...
Longmont, CO
... training for new and existing SmartLab Facilitators (teachers), that embody best practices and SmartLab principles. * Conduct remote coaching sessions individually and with small groups of educators
Complete the Colorado Shines education training hours * Have experience working with children 0-3 years old * Are open to guiding your colleagues, and be guided by them in turn * Are eager to partner ...
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  • Colorado State University and the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands are seeking applicants for the Land Rehabilitation and Maintenance (LRAM) Light Equipment Operator/Work Crew. This position conducts soil stabilization and vegetation management activities in support of the LRAM component of the Army’s Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) Program at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, by utilizing light equipment and hand tools such as tractors, mowers, straw blowers, hydro-seeders, skid-steers, shovels, root rakes, pickaxes, brush axes, and chainsaws.

    Work will be on-site at Schofield Barracks and its associate sub-installations, Oahu, Hawaii. Schofield Barracks was established in 1908 to provide mobile defense of Pearl Harbor and the entire island. Located 20 miles from Honolulu on the plateau or "central valley" of Oahu between the two volcanic mountains that comprise the island, the nearly 18,000-acre installation is home to the U.S. Army Garrison, Hawaii.
  • We seek a motivated and organized individual to conduct research and manage a grant under the Irrigation Innovation Consortium (IIC) at Colorado State University, Fort Collins. CO.

    This position will support the IIC in its partnership with CSU’s Agricultural Research, Development, and Education Center (ARDEC) to upgrade hydrologic infrastructure, conduct research, demonstrate irrigation technologies, and perform outreach activities at the ARDEC facility in Fort Collins. This position is supported by a CSU multi-year Water Plan Grant from the Colorado Water Conservation Board.
    This position is highly interdisciplinary and requires collaboration with a diverse range of partners including irrigators and producers, CSU and UNL faculty researchers, ARDEC management and staff, technology innovators and industry representatives.
  • The Department of Agricultural Biology at Colorado State University (CSU) seeks a dynamic and highly motivated scientist with expertise in data science for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor faculty position for Spring or Fall 2023. This 9-month position is 60% research, 30% teaching, and 10% service appointment.

    Agriculture is facing increasing challenges from climate change, pest outbreaks and resource constraints. Many solutions to these challenges depend on the ability to generate, analyze, and interpret large, complex data sets. The selected candidate will build an innovative, internationally recognized, and extramurally funded research program in agricultural biology that leverages advances in data science to better understand and improve agricultural systems. The program can leverage data at any scale (sequencers, sensors, satellites, etc.), using and/or developing novel methods based on machine learning, mechanistic modeling, phenomics, or other approaches.

    This position was created as part of a new initiative to provide training opportunities and curriculum in data science for the next generation of agricultural scientists and leaders. The selected candidate will develop and teach new graduate and undergraduate courses on data science in agriculture and train students capable of bridging the gap between the generation, analysis, and interpretation of big data in agriculture.
  • The Senior Coordinator for Student Athlete Mental Health ("Senior Coordinator") at Colorado State University coordinates a comprehensive approach to supporting student athletes as they navigate their lives and sport with the intent to maximize their functionality to the highest levels in their personal, academic, and athletic experiences.

    Student athletes have diverse needs. They have the same developmental tasks, stressors, transition difficulties, and risks as other Colorado State University students. In addition, they face pressures related to athletic performance, time and life balance, and, maintaining the personal and academic standards expected of them as representatives of Colorado State University.

    The Senior Coordinator position is a fundamental collaboration between the CSU Health Network and the Athletic Department to provide mental health services for student athletes. The position will utilize the resources and services available to all students but specifically addresses the need to have a staff person on site that understands the culture, climate, rigors, and challenges of student athletes. Providing specialized counseling support for athletes is emerging as a best practice to quickly assess and respond to the needs of athletes as they enter and develop in their programs.

    The vision is to develop and implement a continuum of services for the student athletes that increases positive performance, resiliency, coping strategies, stress management, and early identification of mental health and substance use difficulties. As well as providing direct service that includes assessment, counseling and referral to more intensive services as needed.

    This position works collaboratively with CSU Athletics, CSU Health Network Services (including Health Education and Prevention Services, Counseling Services, DAY Programs, Psychiatry, and Primary Care) in addition to other Student Affairs and University staff.

    This is a 12-month, full-time, exempt, Administrative Professional position reporting directly to the Director of Counseling Services, CSU Health Network. The position also has a reporting line with the Senior Associate Athletic Director (AD) for Health and Performance. This position requires travel and/ or varied work hours to include some nights and weekends.
  • The position will exist primarily to provide carpentry labor including steel stud framing, setting of hollow metal jambs and frames, sheetrock hanging, and all other carpentry associated duties such as the layout and framing of metal and wood stud walls, soffits, chases, and ceilings in commercial and institutional projects. Includes the installation of vapor barriers, building wrap, and the insulation of new and existing walls as well as the setup and tear down of required containments. The position also responsible for hanging of drywall for commercial and institutional remodel projects. Use of specialized finishing tools such as banjo and bazooka for finishing drywall jobs. Repair and replace stucco and plaster. Texture matching and spraying. Containment for demo and sanding.
  • The Mental Health Counselor – Academic Year (Part-Time) position provides mental health counseling for Colorado State University students. The position involves mostly brief, solution-focused individual therapy, group therapy, and daytime on-call counseling services in a high-volume, integrated healthcare facility. This position works in collaboration with CSU Health Network Medical Services. It may involve the provision of supervision and campus outreach depending upon agency need.

    Unlicensed staff will receive clinical supervision; however, supervision for all types of master’s degrees is not guaranteed. Licensure is expected within the first two years of employment. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Academic Year Counseling Services.

    This position works a set weekly schedule, with a defined number of hours (32-40) per week during the academic year. This position is not required to work during the CSU summer term. Academic year staff return the week prior to the first week of classes in fall semester in order to attend a week-long orientation and training. This position is benefits eligible, accrues sick leave, but does not accrue annual leave. The full-time, 9-month salary is $38,813/$24.88 an hour (master’s degree, unlicensed) and $45,301/$29.04 an hour (master’s degree, licensed; or PhD, either unlicensed or licensed); salary will be adjusted by the number of hours worked per week.
  • The College of Liberal Arts Dean’s Office hires part-time Instructors to teach courses for the Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts major. Courses to be taught include research methods, documentary film as a liberal art, world literature, and senior capstone seminars.
  • Colorado State University is seeking a Quality Assurance (QA) Manager to support the CSU Quality Assurance Program and assure that CSU is in full compliance with institutional and federal Good Practice (GXP) policies and regulations, on behalf of the Institutional Official (the Vice President for Research) and the Provost. The QA Manager maintains systems and infrastructure required for compliance with GXP activities. This position requires strong knowledge of process and analytical development, clinical pharmaceutical and biologic manufacturing, non-clinical laboratory processes, and knowledge of non-GXP and GXP quality requirements for pharmaceuticals, devices, biologics, and other regulated categories.

    This position is responsible for overseeing GXP research quality assurance across Colorado State University (CSU) colleges, institutes, laboratories, and departments. This position ensures planning, coordination, management, and establishment of processes and procedures to assess and monitor the conduct and quality of GXP activities conducted at CSU The person in this position will focus on continuous improvement projects using approved tools, design control, and validations to ensure efficiency and adherence to federal, state, and local regulations, along with industry guidelines, and applicable CSU policies and procedures.

    Reviews, interprets, applies, and provides key guidance on a variety of regulations or guidance documents, including (but not limited to):
    FDA/EPA GLP
    FDA GCP
    FDA GMP
    CFR 21 Part 11
    Gamp5
    ISO 9001:2008
  • The position will involve working with an international team of researchers, led by Dr. Michael Manfredo and Dr. Tara Teel, on a project involving a global survey of human values toward nature and wildlife. The survey is being conducted across multiple countries and world regions, including North America, Latin America, Europe, and Australia, with an interest in expanding to Asia and Africa as well. Findings from this project are intended to inform biodiversity conservation and human-wildlife coexistence efforts worldwide. The position may also include work on other conservation social science research projects.

    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/.

    The position will begin in early 2023. The initial appointment is for one year, with the possibility of extension based on performance and availability of additional funding. There is a strong preference for the postdoc to be based physically at CSU’s campus in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.
  • The position will involve working with an international team of researchers, led by Dr. Michael Manfredo and Dr. Tara Teel, on a project involving a global survey of human values toward nature and wildlife. The survey is being conducted across multiple countries and world regions, including North America, Latin America, Europe, and Australia, with an interest in expanding to Asia and Africa as well. Findings from this project are intended to inform biodiversity conservation and human-wildlife coexistence efforts worldwide. The position may also include work on other conservation social science research projects.

    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/.

    The position will begin in early 2023. The initial appointment is for one year, with the possibility of extension based on performance and availability of additional funding. There is a strong preference for the postdoc to be based physically at CSU’s campus in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.
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