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Project Manager 193300 - International Institute Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This position will lead and/or support the implementation of international research development projects housed in the International Institute and funded by agencies such as USAID, USDA and American Councils. The international research development projects vary based on the scope of work outlined in the grant documents. For example, these projects may be agricultural, educational, or community-based projects. It is expected that the person hired for this position may travel to foreign countries 2-3 times per year for periods of 12-20 days per visit. This position will report directly to a deputy director of research development in the International Institute located at MSU. There will be frequent contact with agencies, organizations, or individuals that are partners on projects. Foreign language skills are not required. There are several ongoing projects with the expectation for new projects to emerge; therefore, duties and responsibilities will be fluid as each project commences given both partner capacities and current operations. These are time limited projects, and this position is contingent upon continued funding. The position shall also assist in the research and partnership development functions of the unit as time allows.
Project Coordinator 192500 - Research Curriculum Unit Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Provide coordination and support for a variety of projects, production schedules, and events for RCU staff and clients.
Assistant Professor 182000 - Department of Comparative Bio Scien Main Campus - Starkville, MS
We invite applications for the position of Assistant Professor specializing in metabolomics research at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University. This exciting opportunity offers the chance to join our dynamic faculty and contribute to cutting-edge biomedical and veterinary science through innovative metabolomics research.
Intern 183900 - CVM Pathobiology/Population Med Dep Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This internship at Mississippi State University is a 12 month clinical program beginning July 1, 2024 and ending June 30, 2025. The intern will rotate between the surgery & medicine (food animal) and theriogenology (food), both in house, and ambulatory services. The internship will focus on providing clinical, hospital based service while learning through interaction by way of consultation with clinical specialists (DACVIM, DACT, MPH). The program is designed to prepare the individual for a residency in a corresponding discipline or entry into private practice. The program is directly supported by 2 diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 3 diplomates of the American College of Theriogenologists, 4 clinical faculty professors, and 3 support staff. The food animal clinic annual case load is 1,500-1,800 cases/year (beef 60%, dairy 10%, small ruminants 30%) and ambulatory is 1,300 trips/year (40% beef cow/calf and 20% dairy/small ruminants). As a specialty intern, duties will be specific to only food animal species (except emergency). Additionally, the intern will be expected to participate in didactic teaching (sophomore, junior, and senior).
Laboratory Technician 011900 - Biochem,MolBio,Entmology&Plant Path Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Laboratory Technician who will, in the lab, prepare insect traps in the lab for several invasive insect pest survey programs and assist with sample and specimen preparation, arthropod zoo care, and perform miscellaneous other duties. The Technician will also assist student workers with lab activities.
Research Associate I 191000 - Geosystems Research Institute Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This position focuses on the collection and utilization of data derived from laboratory and field settings to assess vegetation and water quality management issues in natural areas. The Research Associate is expected to engage and work individually or as part of a team with other scientists, stakeholders, and students. The role of the Research Associate will be to assist with grant writing, data collection and analysis related to research efforts, and assist with data dissemination. This position has funding for 2 years.
Event Services Associate 490505 - Event Services Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Assistant with Special Event setups on and off campus.
Accounts Payable Specialist 470100 - Procurement & Contracts Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Responsible for assisting with the various payable functions to include processing of invoices, direct pay vouchers and procurement card transactions.
Sound Technician 540100 - Colvard Student Union Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Work involves the installation, operation, modification, maintenance, and repair of a variety of sound devices and audio equipment in regards to facilities and special events.
Fan Experience Fellow (Athletics) 890122 - Athletics - Marketing Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Provide support for the Fan Experience unit to develop strategies to create a premier fan experience at Mississippi State.
Bulldog Club (Fellow) 890133 - Athletics - Bulldog Club Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Bulldog Club is the fundraising organization supporting Mississippi State Athletics. This fellowship is designed to expose the individual to all aspects of collegiate athletic fundraising, including strategic fundraising techniques, donor stewardship, customer service, game day operations, event coordination, and Paciolan software management. The individual must be highly organized and driven with exceptional oral and written communication skills.
Defensive Football (Fellow) 890105 - Athletics - Football Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Defensive Football Fellow will serve as a full-time employee of Mississippi State Football while learning under the guidance of the Head Coach and the Defensive Coordinator. This is a non-coaching position.
Offensive Football (Fellow) 890105 - Athletics - Football Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Offensive Football Fellow will serve as a full-time employee of Mississippi State Football while learning under the guidance of the Head Coach and the Offensive Coordinator. This is a non-coaching position.
Coordinator 048800 - Dean of Business Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Performs and or coordinates a variety of associated administrative, fiscal, and staff support activities for the Dean's office including knowledge of budget administration and control, equipment, facilities, and inventory control record keeping, database management information-gathering projects and tasks. Coordinates and facilitates meetings, program functions, and / or special events, as appropriate.
HVAC Mechanic II 313100 - Meridian Operation & Maintenance Meridian Campus - Meridian, MS
Repairing, maintaining, altering, and installing heating, ventilating, and air conditioning units and combination heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems.
Clinical Services Coordinator 184000 - CVM Clinical Science Department Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Provides consultation and referral services for the Animal Health Center.
Instructor I - Geography 034900 - Geosciences Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The position is for a full-time, non-tenure track instructor (9-month appointment). The successful candidate will teach three or four courses per semester not to exceed eight total courses per nine-month period. These courses include World Geography, Physical Geography or other introductory courses in geosciences. In addition, the preferred candidate will coordinate the Physical Geography laboratory sections. The duties include making sure the graduate teaching assistants are prepared to facilitate the labs and preparing laboratory instructions and materials. Summer teaching opportunities for additional pay may be available, yet summer employment is not always guaranteed.
Instructor I - Meteorology 034900 - Geosciences Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The position is for a full-time, non-tenure track instructor on a nine-month appointment. The successful candidate will teach up to four distance learning course sections per semester, with a maximum of eight course sections over the nine-month period. The primary responsibility entails teaching meteorology courses to online students enrolled in the Broadcast and Operational Meteorology Program. These courses include, but are not limited to, physical meteorology, thermodynamic meteorology, satellite and radar meteorology, numeric weather prediction, and other courses that align with the candidate’s specialization. The possibility of teaching meteorology courses face-to-face at the Starkville campus also exists. Summer teaching opportunities for additional compensation may be available, though summer employment is not guaranteed.
Administrative Assistant I 020103 - Gulf Coast Community Design Center MS Gulf Coast
Provide administrative support in and coordinate the administrative function of a large and complex division, department or unit.
Research Technician 080300 - FWRC-Wildlife,Fisheries&Aquaculture Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This externally funded position, with continuation contingent upon availability of funding, is through the Mississippi State University QuEST Laboratory (in collaboration with the USDA-ARS Honey Bee Breeding, Genetics, and Physiology Unit). The successful candidate will be supervised by Dr. Garrett M. Street (Mississippi State University) and collaborate with Dr. Elizabeth M. Walsh (USDA-ARS). The successful candidate will work closely with co-investigators across both institutions as well as the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) program and Geosystems Research Institute (GRI) at MSU to carry out the project.

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