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  • Colorado State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences is conducting an internal search for the position of Assistant Dean for Community Engagement. This position will work to advance the College’s goals to increase collaboration with communities for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity. This position will provide oversight and support to the College’s Extension programs and ongoing community partnerships. The position will play a key role in advancing the College’s vision and strategic plan in leading and shaping future initiatives and programs. The position reports directly to the Dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences and will work closely with the College’s Executive Committee and Cabinet, Communications Office, Development Office, the Dean’s Engagement Advisory Committee, and faculty, students, and staff. The Assistant Dean for Community Engagement in the College of Health and Human Sciences is a .30FTE appointment as part of a 9-month faculty position. The successful applicant will have a strong work ethic, a willingness to serve in a broad variety of roles as needed and be dedicated to the mission of the College and the University. Specifically, the Assistant Dean should be prepared to: • Play a leadership role in advancing the College’s strategic vision for community engagement and help evaluate and refine that vision for maximal impact. • Provide oversight and serve as Dean’s liaison to the Engagement Advisory Committee. • Implement and lead college-level initiatives related to community-engaged work and develop and lead new initiatives. • Advise the Dean and College Executive Council on issues related to community engagement. • Work with the Dean, Development staff, and Associate Dean for Research to develop proposals and seek new funding for community engaged projects. • Collaborate with faculty and staff to advance the College’s strategic vision for community engagement. • Represent the College externally and throughout the University as the College’s lead for community engagement activities. • Collaborate with college and unit leadership, and T&P committees to promote guidelines and benchmarks for engaged scholarship. • Participate as a member of the College Executive Council and Administrative Cabinet, as well as performing other duties not listed above to support the various functions of the Dean’s Office.
  • The Department of Physics seeks applications from individuals who are interested in Research Scientist/Scholar I, II, III and Senior positions within the department which are temporary or special appointments for the 2019-2020 academic year. A detailed description of the department and Research Scientist/Scholars are available on the department web page
  • When a position becomes available, the Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures hires non-tenure track Instructors/Professors from this applicant pool. Such Instructors/Professors may be hired for the fall, spring, and/or summer term in a given academic year. They are hired to teach courses in language acquisition, linguistics, literature and culture in one or more of the following languages: American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Russian, and Spanish. Applicants are added to the pool list throughout the calendar year. Hiring decisions are typically 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 individual in this position will report to the CIRA Assistant Director and provide financial and administrative support to CIRA Staff. Specifically, the individual in this position will perform as a financial and administrative generalist and during times of high work volume or absences, will provide back up to administrative team members. The individual in this position will provide a high level of customer service by interacting with others in a polite and professional demeanor through e-mail, voicemail, telephone conversations, and face-to-face interactions. The individual in this position will work both independently and as a part of the CIRA Administrative team, and use Kuali Financial System (KFS), Kuali Research (KR), and other university systems to perform daily duties.
  • The Department of Journalism and Media Communication hires part-time instructors to teach courses in print & electronic journalism, video production, computer-mediated communication, public relations, technical/specialized communication, and related areas.
  • An Environmental Geographic Information System (GIS) Specialist (Research Associate II) position is available with the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands to be assigned in Fort Collins, CO to provide support for CEMML’s environmental GIS projects.
  • Position: The Department of Philosophy at Colorado State University invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Professor Philosophy with a specialization in East Asian Philosophy. The successful candidate will be appointed untenured and at the rank of Assistant Professor. This is a full-time, nine-month, entry-level, tenure-track appointment to begin August 17, 2020. Area of Specialization (AOS): East Asian Philosophy. Area of Competence (AOC): Open, but the Department currently has coverage in Ethics (including Applied Ethics), Japanese Philosophy, and Indian Philosophy. The Department prefers to hire a candidate who can complement these existing strengths. PhD in hand by August 17, 2020, publications or evidence of strong research and scholarly promise, relevant language competence in AOS, and evidence of excellence in teaching is required. Teaching load currently is 4 courses per academic year (2 courses per semester) and includes teaching introductory and upper-division courses in East Asian philosophy and religion. Graduate-level teaching and advising are required, as are the usual undergraduate advising and committee work.
  • A Botanical Program Manager position (Research Associate III Special) is available with the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands, to be assigned at Pohakuloa Training Area, (PTA), Hawaii. This position oversees the botanical resources monitoring and management program at PTA, including regulatory compliance for over 20 species of plants listed as threatened or endangered under the federal Endangered Species Act, as well as additional rare native species and plant communities. PTA is a 133,000-acre Army training facility located on Hawaii Island at 2,500-8000 feet elevation in the saddle region between Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa volcanoes. Position is contingent upon funding for continued CSU support for natural resource management on PTA. The Botanical Program Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the Botanical Program at PTA to include protocol/project planning, design, and implementation, supervision of up to 10 personnel, development of annual and quarterly performance goals for self and personnel, report writing and data analysis, and support to NEPA and US Fish and Wildlife consultations. The Botanical Program Manager develops and implements protocols that meet rigorous scientific standards for monitoring threatened and endangered species (TES) as well as other at-risk taxa, evaluating management effectiveness or testing management alternatives. Comprehensive protocols address TES conservation targets, sampling designs and data collection methods; TES threat management/abatement related to pests and disease, fire, invasive plants and plant predators; and genetic conservation for TES including propagule collection, storage, propagation and outplanting. The Botanical Program Manager reports directly to and is supervised by the CEMML Senior Program Manager and works closely with the Ecological Data Program staff and the CEMML Principal Investigator. The position is part of a management team and works with other managers to ensure coordination among program areas at PTA. Relocation allowance is available.
  • 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.
  • The National Park Service – Water Resource Division provides service-wide program management and specialized advice and assistance to parks in the protection and management of water resources. This position will provide technical expertise in the investigation of groundwater resources in various park units. The person hired will collect, analyze, and interpret hydrogeologic and hydrologic data as needed by the Water Resources Division of the National Park Service. Desired start date is April 1, 2020 and end date of position is estimated to be September 30, 2020; renewable based on funding.
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