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Contract & Grant Specialist I, II, III, or Senior 031900 - Chemistry Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Provides administrative and technical guidance and support to faculty and staff seeking outside funding for research, public service, and special sponsored institutional projects. Researches and interprets relevant regulations, guidelines, and standards. Prepares and reviews proposal budgets and oversees the processing of contracts and grants.
Instructor I and Lab Coordinator 031900 - Chemistry Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The position is for a full-time, 9-month, non-tenure track instructor to teach online and/or face-to-face methods courses in Chemistry.
Assistant Teaching Professor 051300 - TeacherEd&Leadership (TEAL) Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Teaching undergraduate and graduate online courses and advisement of a variety of courses in Elementary Education, Educational Leadership, Special Education, Secondary Education, and Teacher Leadership.
Intermittent Worker 313208 - Meridian - Physician Assistant Meridian Campus - Meridian, MS
The Intermittent Worker with support the Physician Assistant Studies Program. Employees hired into Intermittent positions are limited to working no more than 720 hours per fiscal year.
Administrative Assistant I 051700 - Department of Kinesiology Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Provide administrative support in and coordinate the administrative function of a large and complex division, department or unit.
International Student Advisor 113300 - International Education Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The International Student Advisor advises the international student segment of the University's population through immigration document issuance and counseling and assists with transitional needs to the University.
Instructor I or II 052700 - Department of Music Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Department of Music, in partnership with the Starkville-Oktibbeha School District, seeks an energetic, collaborative, and artistic candidate to build a thriving, dynamic applied secondary violin studio at Mississippi State University, while serving as a teacher-educator in the Starkville-Oktibbeha School District String Program. The successful candidate will assume this role at an exciting time in the department with new facilities, strong enrollment, a strong relationship with the University administration, and planned growth in curriculum and community relations. The new non-tenure-track Instructor of Music is expected to serve the Starkville-Oktibbeha School District String Program in multiple K-12 settings and bring an innovative and energetic perspective to teaching secondary violin, a collaborative approach to chamber music coaching and performance, and a collegial spirit to department and university service. It is also desired that the candidate has proven success conducting and administering a university orchestral program. The successful candidate will have a research and/or creative agenda, and will bring that dedication to our students at the undergraduate and graduate level. We seek a colleague that values inclusion, diversity, respect, and equity, and will infuse those values into all aspects of their departmental and community interactions. The position is considered a 9-month non-tenure-track line with required 6-week summer stipend for school district-only responsibilities (July 15-August 15 and May 15-May 31).
Campus Transit Bus Operator (Intermittent) 730100 - Transportation Main Campus - Starkville, MS
To drive a campus transit bus to transport passengers around Starkville/MSU area.
Campus Paratransit Driver 730100 - Transportation Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Campus Paratransit Driver is responsible for transporting people with special needs, such as the elderly or those with disabilities. They drive special equipped vehicles designed to help people with various needs in nonemergency situations.
Police Corporal 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.
Custodian I or Custodian II 185900 - CVM Facilities Engineering Main Campus - Starkville, MS
To perform duties necessary for the routine cleaning and upkeep of buildings.
Postdoctoral Associate 031100 - Biological Sciences Main Campus - Starkville, MS
A postdoc position is available in the Dapper Lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at Mississippi State University. The Dapper Lab uses empirical, theoretical, and computational approaches to study the evolution of reproductive traits. To learn more about our work, visit: www.amy-dapper.com
Extension Agent 019466 - MSU Extension- Stone County Stone County
Responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation. and evaluation of a comprehensive education program in 4-H youth development. The Extension Agent serves as a member of a statewide team to determine effective programming priorities and delivery methods.
Extension Agent 019370 - MSU Extension- Tippah County Tippah County
Responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation. and evaluation of a comprehensive education program in 4-H youth development. The Extension Agent serves as a member of a statewide team to determine effective programming priorities and delivery methods.
Extension Agent 019305 - MSU Extension- Benton County Benton County
Responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive education program in agriculture and natural resources, community leadership development, and 4-H youth development. The Extension Agent serves as a member of a statewide team to determine effective programming priorities and delivery methods.
Extension Agent 019302 - MSU Extension- Alcorn County Alcorn County
Responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation. and evaluation of a comprehensive education program in 4-H youth development. The Extension Agent serves as a member of a statewide team to determine effective programming priorities and delivery methods.
Extension Agent 019309 - MSU Extension- Chickasaw County Chickasaw County
Responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation, and evaluation of a comprehensive education program in Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences in Chickasaw and Clay Counties. The Extension Agent serves as a member of a statewide team to determine effective programming priorities and delivery methods.
Postdoctoral Associate 031100 - Biological Sciences Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Gout lab (https://sites.google.com/view/goutlab/home) is hiring a postdoctoral researcher in computational biology to work on two NIH-funded projects in collaboration with the Vermulst lab at University of Southern California (USC). The first project (1R01AG083065) is focused on the potential role of transcription errors on the formation of amyloid and prion-like proteins. The second project is about temporal control of mitochondrial mutagenesis (1R01AG075130-01). The postdoc will be based in the Department of Biological Sciences at Mississippi State University, in Starkville, MS (USA) and will collaborate extensively with the Vermulst lab at USC.
Business Manager I 013600 - Ctr 4-H Youth Development Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Manages and coordinates the business operations of a department/unit. Performs duties required to maintain and administer departmental budgets; administers staff policies and/or procedures; compiles reports; performs administrative procedures.
Postdoctoral Associate 191001 - Northern Gulf Institute Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The postdoctoral research associate will contribute to an ONR sponsored research project that examines air-sea-wave processes that relate to momentum flux variability in the tropical cyclone environment. The successful candidate will conduct and analyze numerical sensitivity modeling experiments utilizing the Navy’s coupled tropical cyclone modeling system and other coupled modeling systems to verify against field observations to identify momentum exchange processes that influence tropical cyclone intensity change. The postdoc will be based at the Northern Gulf Institute at Mississippi State’s campus and have access to MSU High Performance Computing Collaboratory supercomputing servers to conduct experiments. Funding is available for 18 months with opportunity for extension. Funds for conference travel are included. Anticipated start date of August 2024 with some flexibility.

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