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Forester 080200 - Forest Operations Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This position, within the Forest & Wildlife Research Center (FWRC), will manage and perform a variety of tasks in support of the research, teaching, demonstration, recreation, and revenue functions of university forestlands and facilities.
Laboratory Technologist 183900 - CVM Pathobiology/Population Med Dep Main Campus - Starkville, MS
To assist in the diagnostic microbiology area of the Department of Pathobiology and Population Medicine.
Agricultural Technician 080200 - Forest Operations Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Responsible for upkeep of grounds and seasonal mowing for FWRC, which includes Forest Products Complex, Acorn Building, the Blackjack Facilities, and Dorman Lake. Will help with daily functions at the Forest Operations shop, that include but are not limited to motor pool repair, equipment operation and upkeep, light construction and building maintenance, as well as special projects assigned to Forest Operations by the Dean’s Office. This position will answer directly to the Grounds, Maintenance, and Equipment Coordinator of Forest Operations.
Admissions Counselor I 411200 - Office of Admissions & Scholarships Houston, TX
The function of the Admission Counselor is to represent Mississippi State University to prospective students, parents, alumni, faculty, and staff. The Admission Counselor’s foremost responsibility is one of public relations, with this position focusing on the recruitment of freshman students to Mississippi State University.
Associate Athletic Director, Men's Basketball 890107 - Athletics - Men's Basketball Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Assists the head coach with all aspects of the daily operation of the basketball program.
Senior Director, Men's Basketball Strategy 890107 - Athletics - Men's Basketball Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Assists the head coach with all aspects of the daily operation of the basketball program.
Men's Basketball (Fellow) 890107 - Athletics - Men's Basketball Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Men’s Basketball Fellow will serve as a full-time employee of Mississippi State Basketball while learning under the guidance of the Head Coach and staff. This is a non-coaching position.
Cheesemaker 010208 - Custer Dairy Processing Plant Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Process raw materials to make cheese.
Client Services Assistant 051800 - T.K. Martin Ctr for Tech & Disab Main Campus - Starkville, MS
To provide client support to individuals and entities seeking services from the T.K. Martin Center and to provide administrative support to the psychological and applied behavior analysis program area of the center.
Asst Dir, Mon, Comp & Oper 012102 - Human Sciences- Early Childhood Harrison County
The Assistant Director of Monitoring, Compliance, & Operations serves as the administrative and operational leader of a group of Centers and works collaboratively with the Director to build a culture of excellence and accountability and ensures the operation of safe and healthy environments that meets required licensing and Head Start Performance Standards. The Assistant Director of Monitoring, Compliance, & Operations is responsible for ensuring that data is effectively used to drive decision-making throughout the organization. He or she serves on the organization’s Senior Leadership Team and is accountable for both ensuring that the data being used in the program is both accurate and timely, and that the data is effectively utilized and integrated by the management team to drive program quality and maintain confidentiality of program at all times. The Assistant Director of Monitoring, Compliance, & Operations oversees the management and implementation of the Head Start program’s data system application for tracking, reporting and analyzing information about children and families. S/he is responsible for training staff on the use of data, providing technical support and troubleshooting for users, insuring the accuracy of data, and reporting and analyzing information. In addition, the Assistant Director of Monitoring, Compliance, and Operations is expected to serve as a positive ambassador for the program.
Veterinary Assistant 184200 - Animal and Emergency Referral Center Rankin County
To assist the veterinary care team in provision of animal care and treatment for a wide range of animals used in search, teaching and/or client-owned animals.
Intern 183900 - CVM Pathobiology/Population Med Dep Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This internship at Mississippi State University is a 12-month clinical program. The intern will rotate between the surgery & medicine (food animal) and theriogenology (all species) services in house, and also the ambulatory service (large animal, including equine), with approximately equal time spent on each service. The internship provides training in clinical, hospital based service through interaction with clinical specialists (DACVIM, DABVP (Food Animal), 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, 2 diplomates of the American College of Theriogenologists, 1 diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Food Animal), 2 clinical faculty professors, 2 clinical instructors, and 4 support staff. The food animal in house clinic annual case load is 1,200-1,500 cases/year (beef 60%, dairy 30%, small ruminants 10%), and ambulatory makes 1000 trips/year (40% equine, 40% beef cow/calf and 20% dairy/small ruminants).
Medical Technologist 183900 - CVM Pathobiology/Population Med Dep Main Campus - Starkville, MS
To perform a variety of diagnostic analyses and procedures on specimens from all animal species.
Postdoctoral Associate 191000 - Geosystems Research Institute Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The selected candidate will join a large, multi-disciplinary project that seeks to develop engineered technology and computer algorithms that increase sustainability in row crop production systems. Our team includes faculty and researchers drawn from the Geosystems Research Institute at Mississippi State University (MSU), the MSU Department of Computer Science and Engineering, and the United States Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Research Service (USDA – ARS). Specific to the role of the postdoctoral associate will be supporting continued development of a robotic system for monitoring soil carbon and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in agricultural landscapes. The associate will be expected to work with both uncrewed ground vehicles (UGV) and uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAV) in a collaborative robotics system. Collected data will then be used in conjunction with machine learning (ML) models to perform field-scale soil carbon sensing and monitoring. This position is located at the main campus of Mississippi State University near Starkville, Mississippi, USA. Remote candidates and telework candidates will not be considered. This research is funded by the USDA-ARS; the position is contingent upon continued funding. • Interdisciplinary and collaborative research environment • Applied engineering in a real world setting • Opportunity to contribute to vital research to quantify and mitigate climate change • Opportunity to work with cutting-edge technologies in machine learning and robotics
Admissions Counselor I 411200 - Office of Admissions & Scholarships Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The function of the Admission Counselor is to represent Mississippi State University to prospective students, parents, alumni, faculty, and staff. The Admission Counselor’s foremost responsibility is one of public relations, with this position focusing on the recruitment of freshman students to Mississippi State University.
Chief Information Officer 330200 - Office of the CIO Main Campus - Starkville, MS
The Chief Information Officer (CIO), reporting to the Provost and Executive Vice President, serves as a strategic advisor to the executive team at Mississippi State University. As a key partner to the Provost/EVP this person will enable IT strategy execution, coordination across transformation initiatives, and stakeholder alignment and change leadership across the university to support transformational initiatives resulting in short-term and long-term value. Crucial to this role will be an exceptional ability to form relationships with all stakeholder and university leadership, deep expertise in “running IT as a business” process, improvement, agility, and communication skills. The CIO will provide leadership, management, planning, and overall direction to a broad IT team while working collaboratively across departments to achieve the university’s strategic goals. This executive must drive organization stability, anticipate and respond to change, and promote innovation, build relationships, support a diverse and inclusive environment, and leverage the talent and commitment of the Information Technology Services (ITS) organization, executive team, and staff. The CIO must think broadly and creatively about all aspects of delivering IT services, will lead and drive improvements to the ITS organization, and will facilitate IT governance across the university. This position holds a seat on the university’s Executive Council and chairs the university’s Information Technology Council.
Data & Analytics (Fellow) (Athletics) 890121 - Athletics - Ticket Office Main Campus - Starkville, MS
This fellowship is designed to provide experience in all aspects of business analytics in the Department of Athletics and Bulldog Club. The objective of the fellowship is to help the individual learn all aspects of athletic business analytics, including ticketing and donation reporting, database querying, dashboard creation and CRM management. This position will report to the Assistant Athletic Director of Analytics and Business Strategy.
Assistant Equipment Manager (Olympic Sports) 890118 - Athletics - Equipment Room Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Assist in all aspects of the equipment operation for various Olympic sports including, but not limited to, receiving, inventory, issuance, use, and maintenance of equipment according to established policies and procedures.
Sample Receiving Technician 183100 - CVM MVRDL Rankin County
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.
Director of Physical Therapy Services 890119 - Athletics - Sports Medicine Main Campus - Starkville, MS
Responsible for the delivery of physical therapy services to all sports. Assist the Associate AD/ Sports Medicine in athletic training needs for football and other sports as needed. Perform other administrative duties as assigned by the Associate AD/Sports Medicine. Must be a dual credentialed physical therapist and certified athletic trainer or hold an ABPTS certification in sports physical therapy.

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