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  • The Department of Computer Information Systems in the College of Business may hire temporary faculty from an applicant pool from time to time. The teaching load and course assignments are determined by the Department Chair. Instructors may be hired for fall, spring and/or summer term in a given academic year. Applications will be accepted throughout the calendar year. Hiring decisions are normally made during the late spring and throughout the summer for fall semester, during fall semester for spring semester, and during spring semester for the summer term.
  • The Colorado Natural Heritage Program (CNHP) of Colorado State University seeks a Database and Web Developer to design and support natural resource-based databases for CNHP clients, assist in the administration and maintenance of existing online databases, and work closely with others at CNHP to develop data products and improve data services. The position will play a pivotal role in expanding CNHP’s online data delivery tools through web programming technologies. This is a full-time position. The incumbent will have the opportunity to collaborate with CNHP staff and partners to develop proposals for grants and projects to ensure continued funding of their position. CNHP provides a flexible work environment to support work-life balance with excellent benefits and CSU is dedicated to taking care of faculty and staff by providing a wide range of benefits that promote health, financial security, and overall well-being. The University also offers many perks to eligible employees – from educational benefits and work-life programs to discounts and deals. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States by the employment start date; CNHP will not sponsor a visa for this position.
  • The Department of Human Development and Family Studies seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in obtaining non-tenure track teaching positions within the CSU Early Childhood Center working with young children between the ages of 6 weeks to 6 years. ECC teachers adhere to the mission, policies, and procedures of the ECC as well as State of Colorado licensing requirements and NAEYC accreditation standards while implementing a Reggio Emilia-inspired approach. These are full-time,12-month appointments with competitive salaries and full benefits including health insurance, paid vacations, and 9 free credits of CSU tuition per year. The role of a Classroom Teacher is to work with a Mentor Teacher to provide management of the classroom and guidance of Assistant Teachers. The role of a Mentor Teacher is to provide management of the classroom, supervision of intern and practicum students, and guidance of Classroom Teachers and Assistant Teachers.
  • The Director of Communications has primary leadership responsibilities for creating and implementing a strategy to advance the College’s brand through strategic communications including the college’s marketing, internal and external communications, public and media relations, website content, social media content, print and digital media. This position will be responsible for supervision, strategic alignment and coordination of communications staff in the college. The director will be a visionary leader who will skillfully craft the college’s messaging and storytelling efforts. They will be an individual who takes initiative and develops trust and confidence within the College of Agricultural Sciences, across campus, and among CSU’s external constituencies. They must uphold the utmost professional discretion, as they will often have to work with sensitive and confidential information. They will be expected to interface with a breadth of internal and external partners to develop networks, promote the CAS/AES brand and build mutually beneficial strategies. This position will also possess the demonstrated ability to independently plan, implement, manage and execute multiple projects simultaneously, and effectively coordinate teams and leverage support across reporting lines. They will have the energy, drive and enthusiasm to think strategically, to solve problems creatively and to recognize and seize opportunities quickly. This individual will thrive in an often changing, dynamic, customer-service oriented environment where they will have a high degree of flexibility and accountability.
  • Facilities Management is seeking individuals with demonstrated commitment to creating an inclusive learning and work environment. Facilities Management values the ability to work effectively with all members of the campus community with diverse backgrounds. The Trades Manager functions as an upper-level manager reporting to the Associate Director for Operations. The position shares the responsibility for the overall delivery of all services carried out by Operations. The position requires strong leadership skills, mechanical aptitude, managerial skills, and excellent communication abilities. This position will plan, prioritize, schedule, assign, supervise, evaluate and participate in the work and direction of the Operations team; lead in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities; supervise maintenance operations, establish the strategic direction, and long range plans for improvements, responsible oversight and coordination of all major and minor maintenance project related tasks, and will work collaboratively with project managers, planners, and other university officials to prioritize maintenance backlog and future projects since the position will assist in the development of an accurate and current deferred maintenance database and facility condition index file. This position will ensure maintenance personnel are efficiently and effectively performing preventative/planned maintenance activities while satisfying a myriad of reactive service requests from the campus community. This position will interface with a variety of campus partners, customers and contractors to meet customer needs and goals. The Trades Manager will have a wide-ranging knowledge of infrastructure maintenance, repair programs, and technologies, as well as projects related to buildings and structures, mechanical systems and equipment, plumbing systems and fixtures, building automation systems and devices, electrical systems and devices, fire protection/suppression systems, security and access systems and devices, conveyance systems, and other related equipment used by employees and contractors in order to optimize short- and long-term costs for asset integrity and sustainability.
  • 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 Veterinary Pathology 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 Veterinary Pathology 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 Colorado State Forest Service at Colorado State University is hiring several temporary full-time staff positions to assist with coordination and data collection for our research and monitoring fieldwork projects. The term of the position is seasonal and of variable length, typically April through October 2021, with potential for extension dependent upon funding. Positions will be hired periodically as funding and work needs require throughout the field season, ranging in responsibility levels from field crew technicians to assistant crew leaders and crew leaders. The position duties are approximately 65 to 85% conducting fieldwork and 15-35% project management, coordination, and supervision of field crew technicians. These positions are focused on supporting our field data collection efforts, but there are ample opportunities to grow and work on diverse tasks at the interface of research and management to achieve all facets of the CSFS’s mission of healthy and resilient forests.
  • 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.
  • The Department of Human Development and Family Studies, HDFS, seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in obtaining a temporary (i.e., time-limited) research position. These positions include interaction with the Principal Investigator as well as other research assistants. These individuals 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.Recruitment, screening, and testing of human volunteers ranging from 0-95 years of age. 4.Exercise testing and training of human volunteers. 5.Survey testing of human participants. 6.Data collection and subsequent analysis using custom computer programs. 7.Data entry and management of electronic data records. 8.Statistical analysis. 9.Training other personnel in data collection and analysis. 10.Supervision of the activities of undergraduate and graduate student research assistants. 11.Handling of tissue/blood samples. 12.Participate in professional development opportunities as appropriate. 13.Write reports, check documentation, maintain inventory, maintain critical data, insure compliance with grant criteria, supervise administrative support staff.
  • The Department of Human Development and Family Studies, HDFS, seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in obtaining a temporary (i.e., time-limited) research position. These positions include interaction with the Principal Investigator as well as other research assistants. These individuals 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.Recruitment, screening, and testing of human volunteers ranging from 0-95 years of age. 4.Exercise testing and training of human volunteers. 5.Survey testing of human participants. 6.Data collection and subsequent analysis using custom computer programs. 7.Data entry and management of electronic data records. 8.Statistical analysis. 9.Training other personnel in data collection and analysis. 10.Supervision of the activities of undergraduate and graduate student research assistants. 11.Handling of tissue/blood samples. 12.Participate in professional development opportunities as appropriate. 13.Write reports, check documentation, maintain inventory, maintain critical data, insure compliance with grant criteria, supervise administrative support staff.
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