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Full consideration deadline: 11/12/2023 by 11:59 PM, MT
Desired Start Date: 01/02/2024
The One Health Institute Associate Director is a full-time, twelve-month administrative professional leadership position that reports to the OHI Director. The Associate Director may select to have an affiliate faculty appointment in an appropriate college and department. We seek an individual with working knowledge of the One Health concept who is committed to collaboration, networking, and team building.
CSU’s Colleges of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Agriculture Science, Health and Human Sciences, Natural Resources, Engineering, and Natural Sciences, along with Schools of Global and Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) and Public Health, provide a fertile basis for the development of change-making programs in One Health—i.e. collaborative and interdisciplinary studies in human, animal, and environmental health. Colleges of Business, Liberal Arts, and Engineering round out the capacity to develop and implement real-world solutions for current and future global issues. A large number of state and federal governmental agencies, including CDC, USDA APHIS, USDA NWRC, NPS, USGS, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and others, are located in the Northern Colorado area, providing an internationally unique opportunity to develop large collaborative programs of real, global-strength and significance. Nongovernmental stakeholders, including industry/producer groups, are also key constituents in this endeavor.
This newly created position will be responsible for supporting One Health initiatives at CSU. This will include assisting the director in developing strategic partnerships, alliances and collaborations both on and off-campus; developing internal and external advisory boards; coordinate activities across campus and community; taking responsibility for representing the University through networking and professional collaboration with external constituents, industry stakeholders, schools and organizations; and developing resources for programmatic growth and sustainability. This position will assist the Director of OHI and other OHI staff in administering and developing CSU OHI research, teaching, and service programs, and will be part of the OHI leadership staff.
Full consideration deadline: 11/19/2023 by 11:59 PM, MT
Desired Start Date: 12/04/2023
OHI is seeking a research associate data specialist who is a highly motivated and collaborative individual and capable of independent reasoning. The successful candidate will be meticulous, detail-oriented, and familiar with large, collaborative ecology/biology projects that require data organization in relation to analysis and project success. They will play a critical role in securing the integrity, accuracy, and reliability of metadata across multiple collaborating laboratories. The data specialist will work closely with faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, and students to implement and maintain data quality standards, execute precise quality control processes, collection and collation of data collected by multiple groups, development of SOPs relating to data ownership and management, and contribute to the improvement of the data management system.