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  • Research Associate I, II or III positions are available in the Department of Clinical Sciences, in the area(s) of animal health, infectious disease, cancer, orthopedics, and reproduction. 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. The successful candidate must be legally eligible to work in the U.S. at time of application; the Clinical Sciences department will not provide visa sponsorship for these positions.
  • The Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture at Colorado State University (CSU) seeks to hire a tenure-track faculty member at the assistant professor level to study Arboriculture and Urban and Community Forestry. The 9-month tenure track appointment (35% research, 30% teaching, 25% Extension, and 10% service and outreach) begins as soon as August 2020. Teaching responsibilities include Hort 321 (Nursery Production & Management), Hort 464 (Arboriculture), and Hort 466 (Urban & Community Forestry). The successful applicant will be the curator of the on campus arboretum (with over 1,100 different taxa represented), work closely with campus landscape planners and community urban foresters, and participate in extension activities of relevance to Colorado stakeholders. Mentoring undergraduate students in the Nursery & Landscape Management concentration and the Urban and Community Forestry minor as well as advising graduate students are part of the position´s mentoring responsibilities. We are seeking PhD-level applicants with expertise in arboriculture and urban forestry to establish a nationally recognized, externally funded research program. Candidates with a research focus that aims to understand or improve the sustainability of woody plants in stressful urban environments are encouraged to apply. The research focus of the successful candidate is expected to address applied issues relative to arboriculture and/or urban and community forestry topics to enhance the well-being of humans. Examples of potential areas of research include but are not limited to: woody plant production, the effect of trees on environmental and human health, hazard tree assessment, hazard tree management, development of innovative tree care practices, and tree, soil, and water management practices to increase resource use efficiency or post-transplant care. The position will have outstanding department support, strong research infrastructure, and access to collaborative opportunities within CSU, with CSU Research Centers throughout the state and produce industry stakeholders and growers. The CSU main campus sits at the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains one hour north of metro Denver, and offers excellent access to transportation, all outdoor interests, and a wide cross-section of the horticulture industry and trade organizations.
  • Colorado State University Extension and Garfield County are seeking an agriculture professional with the experience and skills to lead a diverse and inclusive agriculture, horticulture, natural resource and youth agriculture program. The person will have a proven track record of developing and managing volunteers, building program capacity, creating innovative programming opportunities, and fostering both internal and external collaboration and teamwork. The Extension Agent will be an effective communicator with the experience and skills to engage with a variety of people and groups. The Garfield County Colorado Master Gardener program and volunteers will be under this individual’s guidance. The individual in this position works as a member of the local county Extension team and as a local representative of Colorado State University.
  • Colorado State University invites applications for a two year, full-time, 24-month position as Post-Master’s Fellow with the CSU Health Network. Each year of the fellowship will offer a different specialized training focus, in order to provide Fellows with the flexibility to work in a variety of settings. The Post-Master’s Fellowship requires graduation from an accredited master’s program in Counseling or Social Work and completion of an internship or field placement at a university counseling service or equivalent clinical experience. The program is designed to meet partial requirements for licensure in the state of Colorado. The Fellowship begins August 1, 2020 and concludes July 31, 2022. Fellows will be paid $36,279 per year plus a benefits package.
    The Post-Master’s Fellowship at the CSU Health Network is designed to prepare individuals for a staff position in a university counseling service, with particular emphasis on social workers or counselors wishing to work at universities that have integrated their mental health and medical services. The training of clinically skilled, ethical, self-aware, and culturally competent mental health professionals is central to our mission.
    A primary focus of the fellowship is the consolidation of clinical skills, to prepare Fellows for licensure and independent practice. In the first year of the fellowship, Fellows will obtain specialized training in the treatment of issues related to alcohol and other drug use through the DAY Programs. During this year, they will work with both mandated and voluntary students as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team. The Fellow’s clinical hours will be divided between facilitation of psycho-educational workshops, national best practice programs such as BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students), individual therapy with a focus on Motivational Interviewing, harm reduction groups, and participation in the DAY Program’s multidisciplinary treatment teams (Back on TRAC and OTC). Back on TRAC is the first treatment model of its kind, adapting components of the “Drug Court Model” for college students who are at risk of being separated from the university due to substance use. OTC is another innovative program, designed for working with students who are in need of substance use treatment but require a less rigorous program. Fellows may also work with group and individual clients through General Services, and provide crisis and triage services during a weekly shift as a member of our OCC (On Call Counseling) team.
    In the second year of the fellowship, Fellows will work primarily in General Services, where they will have the opportunity to provide individual/group therapy, and initial consultations (intakes). Fellows also will obtain the training needed to function effectively in a Behavioral Health setting. Fellows will develop skills in brief intervention, assessment, and crisis intervention during a weekly Behavioral Health (BH) shift as part of a collaborative, multidisciplinary medical team. BH often provides opportunities for Fellows to work with students who are uncomfortable with traditional counseling services, so Fellows may also have the opportunity to work with students from more diverse backgrounds during this component of their training.
    Fellows also are expected to commit to the development of cultural competence through self-examination and participation in university-based outreach and prevention services for both the general student population and underrepresented groups on campus. The CSU Health Network has a strong commitment to multiculturalism and has solid working relationships with the various Diversity Programs and Services Offices on campus.
    CSU offers full benefits which include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, retirement programs and more. The University’s Commitment to Campus benefits program offers a wide range of programs, discounts and special benefits available to eligible faculty and staff. For more detailed information about CSU benefits, Colorado State University, and Fort Collins, you can visit,, and
  • 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.
  • Tenured and tenure-track faculty members in the Department of Chemistry at Colorado State University contribute to the educational mission through three defined areas of contribution: teaching, research, and service. As part of the position, faculty will develop and maintain an internationally recognized research program, actively participate in undergraduate and graduate courses as assigned by the department chair, participate in service deemed appropriate by the department chair, including department and university governance, continue to develop her/his own scholarly activities, and adhere to the responsibilities of the faculty as delineated in the faculty/staff manual.
  • 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 Mentor Teacher is to provide management of the classroom, supervision of intern and practicum students, and guidance of Classroom Teachers and Assistant Teachers. The role of a Classroom Teacher is to work with a Mentor Teacher to provide management of the classroom and guidance of Assistant Teachers.
  • This position exists to assist the Custodian III in delivery of custodial services to building occupants by serving in the capacity of a work leader directing and monitoring the work of a crew of up to 15 Custodian I’s.
  • Instructors are hired (as needed) for a single semester to teach introductory (and occasionally upper-division) courses in Geography. Instructors are hired as non-tenure track faculty appointments.
  • The Department of Mathematics seeks applications throughout the year from individuals who are interested in a non-tenure track assignment. Applications will be reviewed when a vacancy occurs. Instructors are hired on a part-time basis each semester which is determined by departmental instructor need, student enrollment numbers, and funding. Non-tenure track Assistant Professor assignments typically last up to a 9 month period or more, and can be either part-time or full-time, depending on the needs of the department. These positions will teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses.
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