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Exec Dir, Res Fiscal Affairs 440900 - Vice President for Research Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Executive Director of Research Fiscal Affairs reports directly to the Vice President for Research and Economic Development and is a member of the division’s management team. The Executive Director of Research Fiscal Affairs provides advice and day to day support to the Vice President for Research and Economic Development on the financial and human resource operations of Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development (ORED) and the Division of Research as a whole. The Executive Director participates in the development of strategies to develop research opportunities, to encourage and support research activities and to enable investment in research opportunities.
Assistant / Associate Extension Professor 191000 - Geosystems Research Institute Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Provide leadership within the Extension program in Geospatial Sciences and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Assistant Director, Career Center 300100 - Career Center Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This position is under the joint administrative supervision of the Associate Director of Career Services. The Assistant Director position will assist in performing and coordinating activities related to the programs, events, and services of the Career Center. Responsible for on-campus recruiting activities, job postings, and career advisement/development activities for students and alumni. Duties and responsibilities may change as programs are added and/or enhanced or as needs dictate.
Police Officer 470900 - Police Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Performs a variety of police duties in enforcing laws, rules, and regulations to protect lives and property associated with the university.
Extension Agent 019200 - Extension Delta Region Northwest MS Area
The Extension CHangE Agent will identify and organize information regarding clientele needs and assess the relevance, significance, timeliness of identified needs in consultation with the County Extension Coordinator and the Program Manager; develop an annual plan of work and measurable goals in collaboration with the AIM for CHangE Executive Director, Program Manager, and the Regional Extension Coordinator to assure programming responds to local needs. This includes accountability to county stakeholders, demonstrate sensitivity to key social, economic, and public issues, develop excellent relationships with education, regulatory, and service organizations whose missions are relevant to the goals of program AIM. The Extension Agent will participate in local and state professional and civic organizations.
Program Coordinator, B2B 042000 - Division of Business Research Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Program Coordinator manages the MSU B2B RR entrepreneurial training program to help veterans and spouses start new businesses. This position reports to the Director of the Boots to Business Revenue Readiness program and is performed at the Mississippi State University, Starkville Main Campus location.
Office Associate 019217 - MSU Extension- Desoto County Desoto County
Performs a variety of basic to complex office support and/or secretarial duties for a specified unit/department, which require a range of skills and knowledge of organizational policies and procedures.
Programmer Analyst (JAVA) 192900 - nSPARC Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The National Strategic Planning & Analysis Research Center (NSPARC) at Mississippi State University invites applications for a Programmer Analyst (JAVA). The successful candidate provides assessment and programming support to the analytic staff in modeling, designing, developing, coding, maintaining, and testing of software.
Technical Writer 192900 - nSPARC Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The National Strategic Planning & Analysis Research Center (NSPARC) at Mississippi State University invites applications for a Technical Writer. The successful candidate will, under general supervision, write, edit, and coordinate news releases, feature stories, reports, brochures, and web content for publication. They would also collect, research, and analyze available data and literature and verify copy with appropriate departments.
Resident 183900 - CVM Pathobiology/Population Med Dep Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This residency at Mississippi State University is a 3 year clinical program which completes the requirements for certification in large animal internal medicine as defined by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. The resident will rotate between the food animal medicine & surgery service (80% time) and equine medicine (20% time). The resident will focus on providing clinical, hospital based service while learning through interaction by way of consultation with clinical specialists (DACVIM, ACT, MPH, DACVPM). The successful applicant is encouraged to tailor his/her program to their interests. Time is allotted to pursue specialized clinical training in related areas of medicine such as anesthesiology, surgery, theriogenology, clinical pharmacology, and ambulatory (equine & food animal). The food animal clinic annual case load is 1000-1200 cases/year (beef 60%, dairy 30%, small ruminants 10%) and ambulatory is 1000 trips/year (40% equine, 40% beef cow/calf and 20% dairy/small ruminants).
Intern 184000 - CVM Clinical Science Department Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The internship in equine medicine and surgery at Mississippi State University is a 12 month clinical program which will include participation in equine surgery, theriogenology, field service, and emergency care. The internship will focus on providing clinical, hospital based service while learning through interaction by way of consultation with clinical specialists in diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology. pathology, and ophthalmology. Opportunity to rotate through one or more of these disciplines or field services can be arranged with consent from participants.
Assistant Professor 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Mississippi State University (MSU) Libraries seek applicants for the position of Assistant Professor (Acquisitions Librarian). This tenure track position collaborates with relevant personnel and units in order to provide leadership and vision for the Libraries’ Acquisitions Department. This position reports to the Coordinator of Electronic Resources.
Media Specialist 320100 - General Library Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Reporting to the Coordinator of the Digital Media Center, this position will oversee and promote Library’s Digital Media Center multimedia lab, the TV and One Button Studios, assist in video production and video editing for the Library, work with the Digital Media Center mixed reality lab and be an active, integral part of the Digital Media Center staff
Sample Receiving Technician 183900 - CVM Pathobiology/Population Med Dep Main Campus - Starkville, MS
To provide technical assistance to students, clinicians, researchers, and clients concerning any requirements necessary when submitting samples for diagnostic analyses, to train other employees who work in the Sample Receiving area; and to serve as the primary liaison for CVM when working with outpatient clients submitting samples.
Resident 184000 - CVM Clinical Science Department Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The ophthalmology program at Mississippi State University is excited to offer a residency training program.
Intern 184000 - CVM Clinical Science Department Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Neurology/Neurosurgery (NNS) Internship at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine consists of advanced clinical training in medical and surgical aspects of canine and feline neurology. There will be opportunities for the intern to consult on neurologic cases in small animals, large animals and occasionally wildlife and exotic species. The internship will consists of 75% commitment to the NNS and 25% to the small animal emergency/critical care service.
Associate Research Professor / Research Professor and Director 013200 - Delta Research and Extension Center North MS Area, Northwest MS Area, Stoneville, MS
This position is a 100% Research appointment with Mississippi State University (MSU) located at the Delta Research and Extension Center (DREC) in Stoneville, MS. The incumbent will conduct research in irrigated crop production and lead a multi-disciplinary team of scientists engaged in research and technology transfer in irrigated crop production. The Mississippi River Valley Alluvial Aquifer (MRVAA) Water Center is focused on conducting research and providing information on issues surrounding water use for agriculture and natural resources in the Lower Mississippi River Basin. The MRVAA Water Center is a collaboration between MSU and USDA-ARS. The primary function of this position will be to develop, coordinate, and implement research programs pertaining to irrigation of agronomic crops in the Mississippi Delta. The incumbent will work as part of a multidisciplinary and multiagency team involved in water use in agricultural systems. The incumbent will be expected to develop and maintain close working relationships with producers and the various aspects of the agricultural industry including commodity groups, governmental agencies, stakeholders, USDA-ARS scientists, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station (MAFES) researchers, MSU Extension specialists, Extension agents, and others. This interaction ensures that irrigation research programs are focused on the most pressing needs of stakeholders. The incumbent should have experience in irrigated row crop agricultural production and demonstrated excellence or potential in research, extramural grant writing, and publication.
Project Manager 012200 - Social Science Research Center Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This individual will serve as a Vroom “ambassador” promoting the work of Vroom across Mississippi to a wide array of programs, stakeholders, communities within the context of child developmental health. We are looking for an experienced project manager to lead this early childhood community education effort. This new position will build upon existing partnerships and create new partnerships, and find innovative ways to promote early learning within families and the community within the state of Mississippi. We anticipate this person to work in concert with other aligned work and projects at of the Family & Children Research Unit of Mississippi State University’s Social Science Research Center.
Resident 184000 - CVM Clinical Science Department Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Diagnostic Imaging Residency at Mississippi State University is a three year, clinical based program designed to educate residents in the art and science of diagnostic and interventional imaging. The program provides a post-DVM individual with educational experience in both small and large animal diagnostic imaging, under the supervision of Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Radiology, preparing them for ACVR board certification. Residents also complete a Master's degree during the program. Learning objectives for the residency follow those established by the ACVR and include detailed studies in applied gross anatomy, pathophysiology, physics of radiology, radiation biology and safety, alternate imaging, special procedures and critical image analysis and differential diagnosis in all modalities available. Successful residents will have the opportunity to pursue career goals in teaching, research, clinical service or specialty practice. A certificate of Residency Training is presented after successful completion of the 3 year program.
Instructor 031100 - Biological Sciences Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This is a full-time, 9-month, non-tenure-track faculty position under the supervision of the department head.

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