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Breckenridge, CO
Excellent training and professional development * Referral Program Seasonal Full Time roles are ... College degree in education The budgeted range starts at $54,000 - $60,000. Actual pay will be ...
Denver, CO
Associates Degree or Advanced Post-Secondary Education Preferred: * 2+ years of experience in a patient facing, education/training and/or highly advanced customer service role * Health related ...
... education and economic empowerment classes and external partners. · Coordinate and oversee ... Includes development of program strategy, policy, guidelines, and standards, training and ...
College degree in business, industrial and labor relations, insurance, education or related discipline. * Demonstrated skills in training, influencing others, group/individual presentations and ...
Are you a highly skilled trainer and presenter? * Are you experienced in developing training ... Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Education, or related field Masters Degree in Psychology, Social ...
City of Westminster, CO
All curriculums and training procedures are approved and certified by the State of Colorado. Prior experience in law enforcement, fire or EMS or related first responder experience is required
The NCPS's activities and offerings include education and clinical training in psychedelic therapies for clinicians, caregivers, and peer guides, regulatory and policy advocacy, developing clinical ...
Colorado Springs, CO
... 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 ...
Vail, CO
Excellent training and professional development * Referral Program Seasonal Full Time roles are ... High School education or equivalent, with at least 6 months childcare experience or study preferred
Primoris Renewable Energy (PRE) is seeking an Entry-level Training and Information Coordinator for ... College degree and/or previous experience in Administration, Education, Construction, or related ...
Colorado Education and Training Jobs      
  • 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 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University (CSU) is seeking applications for Research Scientists. Positions with specific areas of research could include:
    -Biomedical engineering
    -Communications and signal processing
    -Computer engineering
    -Controls and robotics
    -Electromagnetics and remote sensing
    -Lasers and photonics

    NOTE: Applicants must obtain a PhD degree in an appropriate discipline related to Electrical and Computer Engineering by the proposed start date. These positions have the possibility of renewal depending on performance and availability of funds.
  • Based out of the Mountain Campus this position will be responsible for developing, implementing, performing, and plan preventive and ongoing electrical-related maintenance programs for a wide variety of Mountain Campus equipment. The Mountain Campus Maintenance Mechanic will also coordinate and assist the work of subcontractors when outsource contracting is necessary due to expertise, schedule conflicts, or internal labor shortages. Occasional general maintenance and environmentally related duties will be performed independently and collaboratively with other HDS Facilities and MountainCampus staff.

    This position will be based at the CSU Mountain Campus with limited Wi-Fi and no cell service. On-site live-in work is required for scheduled shifts year-round. Work hours/days will need to be flexible based on business needs but will include possible weekends, holidays, overtime hours. Housing will be provided on the Mountain Campus year-round. No pets are allowed at the Mtn Campus.
  • The Assistant Director provides leadership, vision, and supervision of three comprehensive membership and customer service areas comprised of the Student Recreation Service Center, Check In Desk, and Equipment Desk. The Assistant Director also provides leadership, vision, and management for facility scheduling and usage of the Student Recreation Center, two auxiliary facilities (Moby Complex and South College gym), and the Intramural Fields (31 acres) that support department programs and services. The Assistant Director is committed to promoting Campus Recreation values of community, inclusion, integrity, and development by creating an inclusive environment in the Student Recreation Center via customer services and communications to a diverse University community.

    The Assistant Director is responsible for membership management, recruitment and retention, and communication as well as serving as the departmental expert, manager, and accountability partner for use of the Innosoft Fusion software. The Assistant Director establishes relationships and works with other areas within the Department, the Division of Student Affairs, throughout the University, and with external groups independently as well as in conjunction with CSU Conference & Events Services Office to facilitate members' and guests’ experiences at the Student Recreation Center.
    The Assistant Director is responsible for recruitment, selection, and direct supervision of the full-time professional Member Services Coordinator. The Assistant Director serves as primary backup to the Member Services Coordinator, who recruits, selects, and directly supervises 40 student Member Services Assistants and 4 student Member Services Managers. Member Services staff are student hourly employees who work as a team to operate the Student Recreation Center Service Center, Check In Desk, and Equipment Desk with responsibilities that include monetary transactions, software management, conflict resolution, customer service delivery and recovery, and emergency response during the 116+ hours of Student Recreation Center weekly operations.
    The Assistant Director serves as an expert and resource for the Campus Recreation customer service protocol, memberships and access, recreation software Innosoft Fusion, and facility scheduling. This position is the primary liaison to all academic departments and student support offices such as INTO, Upward Bound, TRIO, Alumni Association, RamCard Office, Osher Institute, and Conference & Event Services for access to the Student Recreation Center.

    Some weekend hours dependent on programmatic offerings, University calendar, area requirements, or department/university events are required. This position is on-call to respond to personnel and building emergency situations.
  • Collaborates with faculty members on field and laboratory aspects of research projects including all phases of vineyard, greenhouse, winery, and laboratory work including data collection and analysis. Coordinate and support activities of students conducting research in viticulture and enology at WCRC. Maintain inventory and order supplies and equipment needed in the field and laboratory. Participate in grower meetings and collaborate with faculty members to maintain liaison with all segments of the grape and wine industry. Collaborate with research faculty on issues important to viticulture and enology. Some evening and weekend work may be required. This position reports to and is evaluated by the Viticulture Program leader. The supervisor is also supportive of usage of the employee student privilege toward pursuit of a graduate degree relevant to the position. Read more here: https://registrar.colostate.edu/employee-study-privilege/.

  • This position exists to distribute animals, materials, equipment, food stuff, and other supplies to all LAR buildings. Repair, maintain, and make modification to moveable equipment. Transport animals and biohazard materials between CSU campus facilities, vendors, corporate sponsors, and collaborating institutions. Perform various custodial job duties for LAR facilities.
  • Temporary part-time or full-time Postdoctoral Fellow positions may become available through the year in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences. Fields of research include but are not limited to: Crop breeding and genetics; Soil ecology; Soil health; Agroecology; Microbiome Science; Biogeochemistry.
  • The Environmental Services General Labor position supports the Department of Housing and Dining Services/Facilities and other auxiliaries by providing general manual labor duties to include custodial, maintenance, materials management, movable asset, and customer service to maintain the requirements of physical properties and equipment. This is a general maintenance position that requires strenuous general labor. The primary focus is to gain experience in the repair and maintenance of multi-unit residential or light commercial facilities while providing a safe and clean living and learning environment for students, staff, and University guests.

    Note to Applicants: This posting will be filling several positions.
  • Research Associate I, II, or III positions available in biomedical sciences laboratories studying the role of selected molecules on biological processes in vivo or in vitro.

    The successful candidate must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. at time of application; the Biomedical Sciences department will not provide visa sponsorship for these positions.
  • Research Associate I, II, or III positions available in biomedical sciences laboratories studying the role of selected molecules on biological processes in vivo or in vitro.

    The successful candidate must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. at time of application; the Biomedical Sciences department will not provide visa sponsorship for these positions.
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