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Bus Driver$18.00/hr starting rate + more for proven experience.Sign-on Bonus up to $3,000Student Transportation of America is growing! We ar ...
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Rocket - Littleton, CO
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Clean Harbors - Fort Morgan, CO
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Soar Autism Center - Lakewood, CO
Soar Autism Center seeks a *Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) *to enhance our interdisciplinary team, dedicated to *providing exceptio ...
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BioLife Plasma Services - Loveland, CO
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UCHealth - Steamboat Springs, CO
Description Location: UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center Main Hosp, US:CO:Steamboat SpringsDepartment: YVMC Central SupplyFTE: PRN, 0.0, ...
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Clean Harbors - Sterling, CO
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USAA - Colorado Springs, CO
Why USAA?Let s do something that really matters.At USAA, we have an important mission: facilitating the financial security of millions of U. ...
Posted 5/21/2024
COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY - Fort Collins, CO
Posting Detail InformationWorking TitleBotanical Monitoring Specialist - Pohakuloa Training Area, HawaiiPosition LocationPohakuloa Training ...
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Student Transportation of America - Montrose, CO
Bus Driver$18.00/hr starting rate + more for proven experience.Sign-on Bonus up to $3,000Student Transportation of America is growing! We ar ...
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EVRAZ North America - Avondale, CO
Job DescriptionJob DescriptionAt EVRAZ, our strength starts with our people! As a team we collaborate to solve problems, contribute ideas an ...
Posted 5/19/2024
Data Entry Direct - Denver, CO
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UPS - Glenwood Springs, CO
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USAA - Colorado Springs, CO
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AB Staffing Solutions - Broomfield, CO
AB Staffing Solutions is seeking a School Services Special Education Teacher for a local contract job in Broomfield, Colorado.Job Descriptio ...
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J. Kent Staffing - All cities, CO
Summary/Company Overview:Our client, a non-profit in the educational field is hiring Program Assistants. This position is entry-level and is ...
Posted 5/20/2024
EVRAZ North America - Denver, CO
Job DescriptionJob DescriptionAt EVRAZ, our strength starts with our people! As a team we collaborate to solve problems, contribute ideas an ...
Posted 5/19/2024
UCHealth - Lone Tree, CO
Description Location: UCHealth Lone Tree Health Center, US:CO:Lone TreeDepartment: Lone Tree Health CenterFTE: Full Time, 1.0, 80.00 hours ...
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  • The Associate Director of University Housing is responsible for fostering an environment conducive to both personal and professional growth for students, and achieving the objectives of a successful University Housing program that connects to the academic mission of CSU. This position oversees the day-to-day aspects of a comprehensive residential program across all residential communities. Primary responsibilities include: supervision of 5 FTE Assistant Directors, partnering with the Director of University Housing to create and lead a vision for student engagement, residential curriculum & partnerships, student behavior, student support, and diversity, equity, inclusion, & social justice. In addition, the Associate Director serves in an on-call rotation. The Associate Director will carry out their responsibilities under the supervision of the Director of University Housing.

    The Associate Director of University Housing must be well-organized and able to work well under pressure with multiple and consistently changing deadlines. To be successful in the position, the Associate Director must have excellent interpersonal communication, organization, administrative skills and demonstrated experience with taking initiative. In addition, the Associate Director will need a strong ability to establish and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with multiple constituents including campus offices, students, staff, faculty members and various other community groups.

    In addition, experience working with diverse individuals such as non-traditional aged, religiously diverse, gender, international, people with disabilities, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender, and persons of color is essential to be effective in the Associate Director position.
  • The Financial and Accounting Analyst provides professional, comprehensive guidance in developing and executing fiscal strategies, policies and procedures in support of the overall strategic missions of CSU, CVMBS, and DMIP including the department programs, pre and post-award contract and grant activities, etc. Specifically this involves budget development and implementation; oversight, guidance and direction for fiscal operations and management; and extensive knowledge of compliance requirements for federal OMB Uniform Guidance, university and state fiscal rules, sponsor requirements, donor intentions and other rules and regulations as applicable.

    The position works in conjunction with the DMIP accounting and administrative team, and reports to the Financial & Accounting Manager. DMIP’s mission is to develop strong knowledge and understanding of the oversight environment and to assist with the development of best practices which enable effective, accurate management of the financial policies, processes, and activities. Effective communication skills are required to articulate financial management plans, policies, and practices to the faculty, staff, and other personnel. Successful execution requires extensive communication, coordination, and collaboration across many levels of the University.
  • The School of Education seeks applications between July 1, 2023 – June 30, 2024, from individuals who are interested in securing temporary instructor positions within the Higher Education Leadership program for the 2023-2024 academic year. 

    Instructors teach hybrid courses (using video conferencing and synchronous learning technologies) in areas of their expertise and are hired periodically for fall, spring, and/or summer term, contingent upon enrollments and need. Reappointment may depend upon performance and the availability of funding.

    Detailed descriptions of the School and its faculty, programs, and courses are available on the web page at http://soe.chhs.colostate.edu/. Please contact program coordinator for any instructional opportunities.
  • With a commitment to the principles of equity and inclusive excellence, Colorado State University (CSU) and the College of Agricultural Sciences invite nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences.

    As a national leader in agriculture higher education, CSU seeks a visionary and transformational leader who will represent CSU as a flagship university in agriculture innovation and who will enhance and strengthen the College’s commitment to global excellence in agricultural research, education, extension, outreach and engagement. As part of its Land Grant University heritage, it is expected that the Dean, in collaboration with the College faculty, will develop the connections and vision to strengthen the College and University’s reputation as a national and international leader in areas related to food safety, food security, wellness and economic prosperity through the sustainable use of natural resources. The Dean will provide leadership for building and enhancing strategic partnerships and collaborations with units across campus and multiple key external stakeholders. As the chief advocate and spokesperson for the College, both on campus and with external partners and stakeholders, the Dean will exemplify and model the University’s commitment to access, equity, and inclusion; articulate, champion and communicate the strategic vision and key priorities of the College of Agricultural Sciences; emphasize, nurture and foster the diverse and multi-faceted contributions of all faculty, staff, and students; and engage with both value-added agriculture enterprises as well as traditional agriculture production groups. The Dean’s Office is the focal point of connecting University expertise and research with application to the agriculture industry.
  • The Flint Animal Cancer Center (FACC) at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital is a world leader in veterinary oncology. Its mission is to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer in pet animals, translating research and knowledge to benefit people with cancer. Members of the FACC faculty are housed in a variety of departments across the college and university, including the Clinical Sciences, Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences, and Microbiology Immunology and Pathology Departments.

    The FACC has a robust clinical, teaching, research, and outreach program. The FACC houses more than a dozen internationally recognized research programs that investigate animal and human cancers. The FACC clinic has cared for companion animals with cancer for nearly four decades with cutting-edge diagnostic capabilities and treatment modalities as part of a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, clinical service of medical, radiation, and surgical oncology and an integrated clinical trials service. The FACC clinical trials service is one of the largest in the country, averaging more than twenty trials a year. The FACC also trains future veterinary oncologists and oncology researchers in a variety of accredited programs.

    The Director of the Flint Animal Cancer Center is a unique position that will lead the research, administrative, and service sectors of the Center. The Director’s responsibilities will broadly include leadership and vision for the center, oversight of teaching and clinical service programs, administrative commitments, and faculty support. The position may participate as a faculty member in an appropriate department with the option of participating in clinical service work, research, mentorship, education, or teaching.

    The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience leading a large team with varying interests and disciplinary expertise. The Director must be able to connect with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders, provide vision for the future, and facilitate the FACC’s future growth. The Director will foster existing and new relationships with internal, external, and international partners, and widely promote the capabilities of the FACC. The Director will be passionate about training the future generation of researchers and clinicians and able to sustain and grow opportunities for the Center.

    Effort Allocation:
    • Administrative/Outreach/Development – 75%
    • Research/Teaching – 15% (negotiable)
    • Clinical Service – 10% (negotiable)

    The Director of the FACC is offered as a 12-month administrative professional leadership position. The Director may select to have a faculty affiliate appointment in an appropriate college and department. Desire to maintain an active research program is feasible not required.

    The Director of the FACC will report to the Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) or the Dean's designee.

    Moving expenses and sign-on bonuses are negotiable to eligible individual.

    This position will remain open until filled. 

    Click Here to View Position Prospectus
  • The Department of Psychology accepts applications throughout the academic year from individuals who are interested in Instructor positions within the department. Open positions will be non-tenure track assignments. Annual terms and reappointment may depend on performance and/or the continued availability of funding. Instructors will teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in the areas of Applied Social and Health, Cognitive, Cognitive Neuroscience, Counseling or Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
  • Colorado State University and CEMML is hiring an archaeologist to support the Cultural Resources Program at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Washington.

    Under the direction of the JBLM Cultural Resources Program Manager (CRPM), the archaeologist will have a wide range of responsibilities, which may include, but is not limited to:
    • Background research (archival and historic) inclusive of historic topographic maps and aerial imagery.
    • Development and implementation of archaeological and historical research designs.
    • Logistical coordination and planning of archaeological surveys.
    • Serve as a field crew member or lead field efforts as Crew Chief on reconnaissance, pedestrian, and intensive pedestrian surveys augmented by shovel testing and in the documentation and recordation of pre-contact and historic archaeological sites.
    • Assist in National Register eligibility testing of archaeological and historic resource sites.
    • Participate in assessing archaeological resource sites for listing on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and assist the JBLM Architectural Historian in built environment assessments.
    • Perform archaeological monitoring of known sites in training and range areas and during construction activities or training exercises.
    • Work with Global Positioning System (GPS) units and Geographic Information System (GIS) operations.
    • Complete NRHP forms, Traditional Cultural Property forms, and HABS/HAER/HAL forms as needed.
    • Development of historic contexts generally and individual project historic contexts specifically.
    • Draft sections of technical reports, author technical reports, and conduct Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) of peer technical reports.
    • Implementing dig permits, co-use permits, and other administrative procedures.
    • Collections care and management.
    • Database management.
    • Support the CRPM with tribal consultation and coordination.
    • Support the CRPM with State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) consultation and coordination.
    • Interaction and outreach with internal/external staff, officials, and the public.
    • Work in a structured work environment with established lines of authority, procedures, and protocols.
    • When implementing fieldwork, work independently, be a part of a team, or supervise a team of archaeologists and/or field technicians; sometimes in inclement weather and/or in rough terrain carrying field equipment.
    The position location is at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM). JBLM is located in western Washington, approximately 9 miles south-southwest of Tacoma and encompasses 413,714 acres; 90,283 acres at the joint base and 323,431 acres at the Yakima Training Center in eastern Washington.

    The installation is home of the Army’s I Corps, the primary unit on JBLM Main, and the U.S. Air Force 62d Air Lift Wing, the primary unit on JBLM-McChord Field, along with over 350 tenant units supported by the 627th Air Base Group. The mission of JBLM is to provide state-of-the-art training and infrastructure, responsive quality of life programs, and fully-capable mobilization and deployment operations for Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines.

    The JBLM Cultural Resources Program supports mission readiness and sustainability training by ensuring compliance with federal and state laws as well as DoD and Army regulations and policies. The Cultural Resources Program manages three main areas: historic buildings and landscapes, archaeological sites, and tribal consultation. Currently, the department manages 8,075 historic resources and 473 archaeological sites.

    To learn more about JBLM, installation history, and the cultural resource program visit https://home.army.mil/lewis-mcchord/,
    https://home.army.mil/lewis-mcchord/about/history, and
    https://home.army.mil/lewis-mcchord/index.php/my-Joint-Base-Lewis-Mcchord/all-services/public_works-environmental_division/cultural-resources.

    Work location is dependent on the needs of the partner/project/role. In some instances, positions may require staff to be fully in-person. In other instances, hybrid or remote arrangements may be possible.
  • The Department of Biology seeks applications from PhD level scientists who are interested in obtaining temporary or special research positions at the Research Scientist/Scholar level.

    Some Research Scientist/Scholar positions may have the option to work remotely, but this will vary between the faculty labs within the department. Contact the individual faculty and their labs to learn more.

    Detailed descriptions of the research programs of the individual faculty are available on the department web page: http://www.biology.colostate.edu/faculty.
  • The Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University (CSU) seeks to hire a full-time Cloud Architect to engage in collaborative research and development with the Weather Information and Applications Division (WIAD) of the National Weather Service (NWS) Meteorological Development Laboratory (MDL) in Silver Spring, MD. The individual in this position will work on WIAD’s Impact-based Decision Support Services (IDSS) Management System (IMS) project, which will create for the NWS a set of nationally consistent and operationally supported tools for IDSS. The individual in this position also will work on the NWS Chat 2.0 project which is an essential part of the communications between NWS Forecast Offices and Core partners during critical weather events.

    Specifically, the individual in this position will report to the Virtual Laboratory (VLab) Technical Lead and help design, develop, test, and refine the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud architecture of IMS. IMS is an enterprise system with many facets and consists of browser-based graphical user interfaces as well as a web-based API. IMS is being adapted to run within the AWS cloud architecture and the individual in this position will direct, architect and implement that cloud migration. The individual in this position must possess experience in architecting AWS systems for high resilience and high availability with fast failover capabilities. The current architecture includes a container based system that the individual in this position will migrate to Kubernetes. They will guide junior members of the project team in technical matters and participate in twice-weekly development discussions, and semi-annual in-person meetings in Silver Spring. The individual in this position may assist development or provision of project-related presentations.

    This position requires a NOAA Common Access Card (CAC) ID badge for computer access and therefore is open ONLY to citizens of the United States and lawful permanent residents in possession of a physical USCIS “Green Card.” This position is located in a federal facility in Silver Spring, MD and requires the ability to pass a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) Tier 1 federal background check for building access. The office will be in Silver Spring; however, the option exists to work remotely from a home/office. Periodic, in-person coordination meetings in Silver Spring and other locations will be required, and travel to attend those meetings will be paid by the project.

    This position will be classified Research Associate II or III according to the credentials of the finalist selected for hire as follows:
    • For position title Research Associate II: Bachelor’s Degree in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field PLUS 3-4 years of relevant work experience –OR– Master’s Degree in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field experience PLUS up to 2 years of relevant work experience.
    • For position title Research Associate III: Bachelor’s Degree in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field PLUS 5 or more years of relevant work experience –OR– Master’s Degree in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field PLUS 2 or more years of relevant work experience –OR– Ph.D. in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field.

    CSU recognizes the importance of supporting its employees as they balance their career, personal and family life, and that employees must be able to recharge, feel protected in their employment, and take the time they need to improve their overall productivity and health. Faculty, Administrative Professional, and other Non-Classified Staff are provided with paid and unpaid leave benefits to support them and their family and enhance financial security. Paid time off accrual rates for full-time employees = 16 hours of annual leave per month and 10 hours of sick leave per month. Employees also receive paid time off for 11 legal holidays, jury duty, and bereavement leave. CSU’s Commitment to Campus offers employees a healthy work-life balance through a wide variety of programs, discounts, and special benefits. This includes Employee Study Privilege (nine free credits per year available through CSU, CSU Global, CSU Online Plus, and University of Northern Colorado), Family Tuition Scholarship Program (50% reduction in tuition), Discounted Veterinary Care, Wellness Membership Discounts, Volunteers in Public Schools Leave Program, Athletic Ticket Discounts, and much more! Visitwww.facultyandstaff.colostate.edu to learn more about working at CSU. This information is a summary of commonly used leaves and is not all inclusive of benefits offered at CSU.
  • The Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University (CSU) seeks to hire a full-time Cloud Architect to engage in collaborative research and development with the Weather Information and Applications Division (WIAD) of the National Weather Service (NWS) Meteorological Development Laboratory (MDL) in Silver Spring, MD. The individual in this position will work on WIAD’s Impact-based Decision Support Services (IDSS) Management System (IMS) project, which will create for the NWS a set of nationally consistent and operationally supported tools for IDSS. The individual in this position also will work on the NWS Chat 2.0 project which is an essential part of the communications between NWS Forecast Offices and Core partners during critical weather events.

    Specifically, the individual in this position will report to the Virtual Laboratory (VLab) Technical Lead and help design, develop, test, and refine the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud architecture of IMS. IMS is an enterprise system with many facets and consists of browser-based graphical user interfaces as well as a web-based API. IMS is being adapted to run within the AWS cloud architecture and the individual in this position will direct, architect and implement that cloud migration. The individual in this position must possess experience in architecting AWS systems for high resilience and high availability with fast failover capabilities. The current architecture includes a container based system that the individual in this position will migrate to Kubernetes. They will guide junior members of the project team in technical matters and participate in twice-weekly development discussions, and semi-annual in-person meetings in Silver Spring. The individual in this position may assist development or provision of project-related presentations.

    This position requires a NOAA Common Access Card (CAC) ID badge for computer access and therefore is open ONLY to citizens of the United States and lawful permanent residents in possession of a physical USCIS “Green Card.” This position is located in a federal facility in Silver Spring, MD and requires the ability to pass a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) Tier 1 federal background check for building access. The office will be in Silver Spring; however, the option exists to work remotely from a home/office. Periodic, in-person coordination meetings in Silver Spring and other locations will be required, and travel to attend those meetings will be paid by the project.

    This position will be classified Research Associate II or III according to the credentials of the finalist selected for hire as follows:
    • For position title Research Associate II: Bachelor’s Degree in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field PLUS 3-4 years of relevant work experience –OR– Master’s Degree in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field experience PLUS up to 2 years of relevant work experience.
    • For position title Research Associate III: Bachelor’s Degree in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field PLUS 5 or more years of relevant work experience –OR– Master’s Degree in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field PLUS 2 or more years of relevant work experience –OR– Ph.D. in computer science, software engineering, or a related technical field.

    CSU recognizes the importance of supporting its employees as they balance their career, personal and family life, and that employees must be able to recharge, feel protected in their employment, and take the time they need to improve their overall productivity and health. Faculty, Administrative Professional, and other Non-Classified Staff are provided with paid and unpaid leave benefits to support them and their family and enhance financial security. Paid time off accrual rates for full-time employees = 16 hours of annual leave per month and 10 hours of sick leave per month. Employees also receive paid time off for 11 legal holidays, jury duty, and bereavement leave. CSU’s Commitment to Campus offers employees a healthy work-life balance through a wide variety of programs, discounts, and special benefits. This includes Employee Study Privilege (nine free credits per year available through CSU, CSU Global, CSU Online Plus, and University of Northern Colorado), Family Tuition Scholarship Program (50% reduction in tuition), Discounted Veterinary Care, Wellness Membership Discounts, Volunteers in Public Schools Leave Program, Athletic Ticket Discounts, and much more! Visitwww.facultyandstaff.colostate.edu to learn more about working at CSU. This information is a summary of commonly used leaves and is not all inclusive of benefits offered at CSU.
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