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Campus Architect Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Overall administration of the University architectural planning, design, and construction projects, including new buildings or renovations. Responsible for managing small in-house design projects and managing consultants and University staff on large projects. Responsible for updating and implementing periodic updates to the Campus Master Plan working with other members of the University Campus Community and outside consultants. Working with the University Sr Administration and other Facility Management peers manage and maintain data on the University building space and condition. Advise and make recommendations to the AVP Facilities Management, the Director of Planning & Construction, and other members of the University community on all aspects of architectural design, construction, life safety, and code compliance in pursuit of the University objectives.
Facilities Coordinator Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Assist with the oversight of custodial and maintenance services for campus buildings, including providing administrative and technical support for the department. Primary responsibilities will include assisting with staff work assignments, project scheduling, contractor procurement, and the hiring, development, and supervision of custodial and maintenance staff, including full-time and part-time bargaining unit employees, student workers, and temporary employees.
System Administrator, Research Computing Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Michigan Technological University’s Information Technology department is seeking applicants for a system administrator focused on research computing infrastructures. Infrastructure will include single and multi-node GPU computer clusters, faculty research desktops, as well as some legacy systems still in production. This critical role will support research computing needs across campus. You will become part of a culture that empowers employees, treats them with respect, and encourages innovation and open communication.
Research Engineer Advanced Power Systems Research Center (Near Houghton County Airport)
Pursue, plan, organize, and conduct research, and development and testing activities with emphasis on advanced mobility and energy topics. Project applications may include vehicle propulsion systems, vehicle controls, connected and autonomous vehicles, alternative energy, etc. Activities may include experimental, analysis, or simulation tasks. Pending a candidates experience level, participate in competitive technical research grant proposals, technical publications and presentations, guide and train undergrad and graduate students.
Testing Center Manager Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Michigan Tech Testing Center is committed to creating a safe, accommodating, quiet environment where all students can excel. The Testing Center Manager is responsible for the efficient and secure administration of various exams including accommodated course-based exams, make-up exams, placement exams, and sponsored exams. This role involves coordinating test schedules, managing testing center staff, and ensuring a controlled and fair testing environment. The Testing Center Manager implements and enforces strict security protocols to maintain the integrity of testing materials and is often involved in troubleshooting technical issues related to testing software and equipment. Additionally, the Testing Center Manager interacts with students, faculty, and staff, to provide excellent customer service by addressing inquiries, offering information about testing procedures, and resolving any issues that may arise. The Testing Center Manager plays a critical role in maintaining compliance with university policies, industry standards, and legal regulations related to test administration. The manager also keeps abreast of advancements in testing technology and best practices to continually improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the testing center.
Research Scientist I – Applied Mathematician/Statistician Michigan Tech Research Institute (Ann Arbor, MI)
MTRI (www.mtu.edu/mtri) is seeking highly motivated, intellectually curious, professional statisticians, mathematicians, and engineers interested in developing new tools and applications of statistical signal processing, sequential planning, and optimization. Specifically, this position involves supporting customer-driven research needs from both government and commercial sponsors. The role involves collaboration with senior engineers and scientists to research, design, and evaluate new cutting-edge tools for application to remote sensing. A successful candidate will have a solid background in pure and applied mathematics and/or statistics and a desire to apply theory from these fields to a broad range of remote sensing and sensor modalities. In addition, an ideal candidate would have prior experience writing scientific software to investigate the efficacy of the proposed techniques.
Compensation Analyst Remote
As a Compensation Analyst for MTU you will play a crucial role in designing, implementing, and administering the university's compensation programs. This position offers a unique opportunity to lay the foundation and contribute to the success of a vibrant academic community and a growing Human Resources team while ensuring fair and competitive compensation practices.
Campus Electrical Engineer Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Overall administration of the campus electrical system, including high and low voltage. Ensure system compliance with NEC and other pertinent code requirements to provide a safe and dependable electrical system for the University. Work with in-house personnel and outside consultants as necessary to coordinate projects, changes, and expansion of the system. Design and manage small electrical projects or coordinate with outside consultants for larger projects to properly modify the existing system as required. Advise and make recommendations to the AVP Facilities Management, the Director of Planning & Construction, the Director of Energy Management, and other members of the University personnel on all aspects of electrical engineering, electrical construction, life safety, and code compliance in pursuit of University objectives.
Assistant Director of Housing Operations and Independent Living Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Assistant Director of Housing Operations, as a member of the Residence Education and Housing Services team, is responsible for being a transformational property manager in leading a thriving Daniell Heights/shared house community and assisting students in transitioning to independent living. This position is a champion of leading efficient logistical operations, ensuring precise organization as a property manager in overseeing all administrative functions of the campus apartments and houses, including contracts, tenants, applications, assignments, occupancy, and billing. This position will ensure their operational approach prioritizes assisting students to successfully transition to independent living by creating educational initiatives that successfully prepare students for the transition, provide guidance to help students establish agency in exploring solutions, and connect them with supportive resources.
Associate Controller, Michigan Tech Fund Lakeshore Center (Houghton, MI)
The Associate Controller Michigan Tech Fund is responsible for the day-to-day accounting duties of the Michigan Tech Fund (“Fund”), a nonprofit foundation that supports Michigan Technological University (“University’). The Associate Controller is an integral part of the Financial Services and Operations (“FSO”) department at the University and reports to the Executive Director of FSO/Controller. Duties of the Associate Controller include supervising cashiering and accounts payable functions, reconciling all investment and bank accounts, pledge receivable accounting, and preparation of fiscal year-end workpapers.
Director of Global Campus and Continuing Education Lakeshore Center (Houghton, MI)
Michigan Technological University’s Global Campus is an initiative launched in 2021 that makes the possibility of earning an online graduate degree or certificate available to a broader range of students, including working professionals and career changers. MTU Global Campus is committed to enhancing opportunities for nontraditional students and industrial partners. The Global Campus team provides strategic direction to develop and drive an online and continuing education strategy to ensure the university meets nontraditional and online education needs through evolving learning modalities, helping professionals remain competitive in the marketplace, and helping industrial partners access skilled employees. The Director of Global Campus and Continuing Education is responsible for the operations of the global campus, directly managing staff (admissions, marketing, support services) and financial management (invoicing/payments). This “hands on” working role involves close collaboration with academic departments, faculty, and staff to oversee online degree and non-credit programs. The Director evaluates and suggests innovative concepts, technologies, and delivery modes for online learning, ensuring the quality of online courses and compliance with accreditation and regulatory standards. Additionally, they act as the contact for marketing and corporate partners.
Operations & Compliance Coordinator Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Operations & Compliance Coordinator position requires a student-oriented, self-starting, critical thinker with a keen attention to detail. In addition to serving as a member of the Financial Aid team, this position will monitor and interpret best practices and legislative updates from state, federal, and other agencies and organizations. This position will make recommendations and advise the Director of Financial Aid as needed in order to ensure compliance within policies and procedures. This position will require applicants to have a genuine interest in promoting student success.
Business/Training Support Specialist Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Center for Technology & Training is seeking a Business/Training Support Specialist to help elevate our trainings (transportation (roads and bridges) and environmental programs) and support our business activities. This position provides a self-motivated candidate with an opportunity to help develop new training materials and bring a fresh outlook to existing training materials. They provide support for events from start to finish – organizing events and working with both internal and external subject matter experts, processing registrations and payments, Zoom management, providing virtual and on-site event support, customer communications, and more. The Business/Training Support Specialist is also a key member of our financial team that reconciles event payments and periodically processes payroll. They will also work collaboratively with faculty, staff, students, and clients to complete project goals and to ensure that services are consistent with the mission of the center and the university.
Senior Research Engineer- Environmental Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
This position will serve as an advocate and technical resource for communities and utilities that manage environmental infrastructure (water, sewer, and storm systems). The position will lead the development and delivery of training and technical support services in the environmental infrastructure domain for the Center for Technology and Training. The position requires a bachelor's degree in civil or environmental engineering with a focus on drinking water or wastewater. Candidates must have strong experience working with regulators, utilities, and communities with a variety of environmental issues. •PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a remote position. It requires working in-office in Houghton, MI.
Senior Research Scientist/Engineer Translational Health Engineering Research Center (Grand Rapids, MI)
The Translational Health Engineering Research Center (THERC) at Michigan Technological University in West Michigan seeks to create, expand and accelerate research activities that improve the health of Michiganders. This will be accomplished by establishing a nationally visible research hub, promoting on- and off-campus collaborations with industry, researchers, and clinicians, and creating an environment that enhances external funding. THERC will be part of Michigan Tech’s Health Research Institute (HRI), which is comprised of 59 members from 14 academic departments across campus. We are a thriving, cooperative research community that sponsors activities to improve community health, graduate fellowship programs, a faculty mentoring program, and several social and networking events throughout the academic year. HRI is seeking a Senior Scientist or Engineer to join our interdisciplinary organization. We look forward to welcoming an exceptional researcher who is willing to build new collaborations, drive innovation, and lead an externally funded research program. Affiliation with academic departments is available to qualified candidates. Priority will be given to those in health-related computational research areas including, but not limited to bioinformatics, data analytics, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and medical image processing. The ideal candidate is a self-starting, driven researcher with a desire to develop a sustainable research program that includes contributing expertise to other labs at Michigan Tech and those located in Western Michigan.
Director of the Translational Health Engineering Research Center (THERC) Translational Health Engineering Research Center (Grand Rapids, MI)
The Translational Health Engineering Research Center (THERC) at Michigan Technological University in West Michigan seeks to create, expand and accelerate research activities that improve the health of Michiganders. This will be accomplished by establishing a nationally visible research hub, promoting on- and off-campus collaborations with industry, researchers, and clinicians, and creating an environment that enhances external funding. THERC will be part of Michigan Tech’s Health Research Institute (HRI) that is comprised of 59 members from 14 academic departments across campus. We are a thriving, cooperative research community that sponsors activities to improve community health, graduate fellowship programs, a faculty mentoring program, and several social and networking events throughout the academic year. HRI is seeking a Senior Scientist or Engineer to be Director of THERC and join our interdisciplinary organization. The Director of THERC will lead the growth of the center through the hiring and mentoring of active researchers. In addition to directing the center, we seek an exceptional researcher who is willing to build new collaborations, drive innovation, and lead an externally funded research program. Affiliation with academic departments is available to qualified candidates. Priority will be given to those in health-related computational research areas including, but not limited to bioinformatics, data analytics, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and medical image processing. The ideal candidate is a self-starting, driven researcher with a desire to lead a world-class research center and develop a sustainable research program that includes contributing expertise to other labs at Michigan Tech and those located in Western Michigan.
Instructional Designer Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Instructional Designer will work closely with CTL and campus colleagues to support Michigan Tech’s instructional team in the design and development of quality online and blended courses that support the effective use of current and emerging technologies and align with best practices. The instructional designer will work to enhance the faculty’s pedagogical understanding of technology in online environments and serve as an advocate for quality online and blended course environments on campus. They will leverage their design and development expertise with new or updated online and blended courses using the Canvas learning management system (LMS) and associated educational technologies as appropriate.
Head Women's Soccer Coach Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Head Women’s Soccer Coach will oversee the direction of the Varsity Soccer Program at the NCAA Division II level. Duties of the position include areas such as recruitment, scheduling, practice/game preparation, budget management, fund raising and promotion. The coach works in a collaborative fashion with the Athletic Department and serves in a leadership role to enhance the internal and external visibility and recognition of the Michigan Tech Women’s Soccer Program.
IT Security Analyst Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The IT Security Analyst position is responsible for the day-to-day monitoring of University systems for intrusion, log management, vulnerability management, endpoint compliance, management of day-to-day security threads, and enforcing day-to-day IT security policy. The individual will also provide security analysis and design assistance to other IT units and investigate security incidents. This position requires technical skills along with the ability to collaborate with internal customers and vendors. You will become part of a culture that empowers employees, treats them with respect, and encourages innovation and open communication.
Assistant Research Engineer – Software Developer Michigan Tech Research Institute (Ann Arbor, MI)
The Assistant Research Engineer will work as a software developer in support of a variety of scientific and research programs. The position is based at MTRI in Ann Arbor, MI (www.mtri.org).

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