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Office Associate 019300 - Extension Northeast Region Verona, MS
Performs a variety of basic to complex office support and/or secretarial duties for the North MS Research and Extension Center, which require a range of skills and knowledge of organizational policies and procedures.
Instructor 036900 - Mathematics & Statistics Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Teaching and service in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. (INTERNAL RECRUITMENT ONLY)
Chemical Hygiene Officer 493002 - Environmental Hlth & Safety Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Chemical Hygiene Officer reports to the Director of Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) and is part of the EH&S team serving the faculty, staff and students of MSU. The primary function of this position is to maintain the University’s laboratory safety program. Program maintenance includes ensuring compliance with applicable federal, state and local requirements as well as promoting best practices for a safe working environment for faculty, staff and students within campus teaching and research laboratories.
Coordinator, Ctr for Stud Act 540103 - Student Union-Cntr for Student Actv Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Coordinator for Programs in the Center for Student Activities is responsible for the co-advising the New Maroon Camp, a student transition program that happens prior to classes starting each Fall. Further, the Coordinator for Programs will advise Dance Marathon, a fundraising organization for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, oversee marketing for the Center for Student Activities, and assist in the day to day duties of the CSA.
Coordinator 011900 - Biochem,MolBio,Entmology&Plant Path Main Campus - Starkville, MS
A staff member who will be responsible for coordinating, scheduling, and implementing invasive and endangered species outreach activities for the Mississippi Bug Blues Outreach Program. Also, may require occasional field work, and creation insect related outreach materials, and makes outreach visits to classrooms, fairs, and garden shows across the Mississippi.
Assistant Professor 038100 - Philosophy & Religion Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Assistant Professor, tenure track position begins August 16, 2020. AOS: Value Theory (broadly construed); AOC: Feminist Philosophy and /or issues at the intersection of Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law. Ph.D. in Philosophy required by time of appointment. 3/3 teaching load. We seek a philosopher with a promising research program who will achieve excellence in teaching undergraduate Philosophy courses to a diverse student body. The successful candidate will be actively engaged in recruiting students (especially pre-law students) to the Philosophy major. The Department of Philosophy and Religion at Mississippi State is a research-active group of faculty at a Carnegie "Very High Research" land-grant institution.
Program Assistant, PGM 041600 - Professional Golf Management Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The function of the position is to assist the Director and staff in administering the PGA Golf Management program. The PGA Golf Management program must follow accreditation standards for the University as well as the PGA of America.
Instructor/Coordinator 051700 - Department of Kinesiology Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Instructor/Coordinator will teach sport management courses and assist in the formation of the Research Institute for Sport Convergence (RISC).
Project Manager 053700 - NRTC-Nat'l Research Ctr Blindness Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Project Manager supports the planning, implementation, and tracking of specific project activities and specified deliverables for two large 5-year projects. Primary responsibilities include assisting with implementing a detailed work plan, maintaining a schedule for all project deadlines, managing logistics, and collecting and compiling program evaluation and other relevant data. The major objective of the position is to ensure that all planned grant activities occur seamlessly and within the specified timelines.
Senior Systems Analyst & Team Leader 460100 - Enterprise Information Systems Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Coordinates use of all resources required to develop and maintain software systems supported by Enterprise Information Systems. Develops, implements, monitors, and executes project plans for the design, development, and installation of systems, databases, and application software. Performs work independently under general direction. Provides strategic and tactical planning support for the development of project plans and the maintenance of university information systems. Apply systems analysis and design techniques to solve problems, increase systems performance, and enhance user productivity. Design, develop, configure, and implement programs and procedures to meet defined project scope and objectives. Coordinates with users to facilitate project development and to ensure effective system usage.
Associate Dean and Associate Professor or Professor (INTERNAL APPLICANTS ONLY) 028800 - Dean of Architecture,Art, & Design Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Associate Dean reports directly to the Dean and is responsible for providing leadership, management, and accountability for the academic and student affairs areas of the College. The main areas of responsibility include oversight of the CAAD academic affairs needs such as student requests, concerns, and petitions, as well as faculty and student needs such as mentoring, recruitment, student guidance, and support with the policies and procedures related to student and academic needs. The Associate Dean serves as the liaison between the university administration and the college, and will be responsible for providing essential support for necessary university reporting on academic outcomes, including institutional effectiveness, academic program performance reporting, student success, and other related areas. The Associate Dean also works in conjunction with the directors and department heads in the College in providing support for our faculty and students within the academic mission of the college. This will be a 50/50 job share with the applicant's home unit.
Fitness Coordinator 411505 - Sanderson Center Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The primary function of the Fitness Coordinator is to assist the Associate Director of University Recreation in carrying out a comprehensive program of recreational activities and services, specifically fitness activities. This includes program development, fiscal management, and supervision of personnel administering those programs.
Recruiting and Scholarship Assist 060700 - Electrical and Computer Engineering Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Supervise, coordinate and direct all aspects of recruiting undergraduate and graduate students, maintaining student records and administration of scholarships and graduate fellowships for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) while exhibiting a high degree of job knowledge, professional judgement and communication ability. This position reports to both the ECE Undergraduate and Graduate Program Coordinators.
Extension Agent I 019344 - MSU Extension- Lowndes County Lowndes 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.
Research Associate 080300 - FWRC-Wildlife,Fisheries&Aquaculture Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture is seeking a full-time position of a research associate to assist with field and laboratory research aimed at developing a spatially explicit and more comprehensive decision guideline for stakeholders pursuing sustainable management of agro-ecosystems for both bioenergy production and for ecosystem services.
Office Associate 013100 - Poultry Science Main Campus - Starkville, MS
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.
Research Program Manager 080300 - FWRC-Wildlife,Fisheries&Aquaculture Various locations in Mississippi
The Gulf of Mexico coast is an ecologically-, socially-, and economically-valuable region of the U.S., with deeply-rooted human history, a thriving seafood and coastal recreation industry, and some of the most ecologically important coastal landscapes in the nation. The Gulf Coast Region already has a strong conservation foundation that can be further strengthened by implementing a strategic approach to conservation that supports broader ecological functions of Gulf systems, while incorporating critical social and economic values and future threats in a multi-criteria evaluation framework. The Strategic Conservation Assessment project was funded by the Gulf Ecosystem Restoration (Restore) Council in 2015 and aims to develop a land conservation toolkit that provides science-based conservation planning support for Restore Council member agencies and other conservation organizations in prioritizing land conservation strategies, opportunities, and projects in the Gulf Coast Region.
Administrative Assistant I 020100 - School of Architecture Jackson, MS
Provide administrative support in and coordinate the administrative function of a large and complex division, department or unit.
Campus Transit Bus Operator (12 month) 730100 - Transit Services Main Campus - Starkville, MS
To drive a campus transit bus to transport passengers around campus.
Assistant Professor 013900 - Prairie Research Unit Monroe County
Candidates are sought to provide aggressive leadership in the development and implementation of a nationally-recognized research program addressing Mississippi’s beef cattle industry and an effective and innovative teaching program in Animal and Dairy Sciences. The successful candidate is expected to secure extramural funding, conduct research, publish results, actively participate in undergraduate and graduate teaching and advising, and maintain regional and national visibility in the academic profession. The goals are to develop relevant research-based information on beef cattle production to serve stakeholder needs and effectively educate and academically advise undergraduate and graduate students in Animal and Dairy Sciences. The successful candidate is expected to develop a collaborative, applied, multidisciplinary research program for beef cattle related to new and existing production practices and systems. Research focus on breeding and genetics, reproductive physiology, forage-based ruminant nutrition, and/or sustainable production practices is needed and would be considered appropriate for this position. Current research assets support both cow-calf and stocker systems research opportunities. Numerous collaborative research and teaching opportunities exist with faculty at other MSU locations throughout the state. The successful candidate will be provided office space at the Prairie Research Unit.

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