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Senior Office Assisant Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Perform routine clerical and administrative support functions with primary emphasis on ticket sales and customer service for Sports and Recreation. Use good judgment regarding set policies and procedures. Provide excellent customer service to a wide variety of customers. Work requires independent handling of operational matters and excellent customer service to a wide variety of customers.
Academic Advisor Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Provide academic and career advising for students in and prospective student recruiting for the Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences baccalaureate programs and other programs within the College of Engineering. Assist students with their course schedules, degree schedules and the transferring of credits from other universities/colleges. Evaluate previous coursework regarding degree requirements for the GMES Department undergraduate programs and other COE undergraduate degree programs.
Program Coordinator Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Applied Computing and Computer Science departments are actively seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to fill the role of Program Coordinator. This position will be responsible for managing two grants, the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS) and National Research Traineeship (NRT) DataSENSE, within the academic domains, ensuring seamless coordination and efficient execution of program activities. The Program Coordinator will play a crucial role in overseeing the successful implementation of the grants, fostering collaboration among faculty, students, researchers, and external partners. Review of applications will begin on May 6, 2024. The position of Program Coordinator will be soft funded, with financial support from external grants. These grants come with predetermined end dates; however, the Program Investigators anticipate a continuous cycle of grant applications to ensure the sustained success and growth of the programs. This opportunity offers the Program Coordinator a chance to gain hands-on experience managing budgets, tracking expenditures, and ensuring fiscal responsibility in alignment with the requirements of external grants.
Senior Research Engineer Scientist 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.
Senior Office Assistant Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Front line position for the Student Financial Services Center. Responsible for daily receipt and deposit of amounts received for the University. Perform customer service duties as it relates to student financial aid, cashiering, and billing. Exercise judgement relative to established department policies and procedures.
Senior Office Assistant Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Provide administrative support for Equal Opportunity Compliance and Title IX and the Academic and Community Conduct Office
Assistant Manager, Memorial Union and Business Support Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Memorial Union and Business Support Assistant Manager manages, plans, and oversees events within and associated with the Memorial Union. They are instrumental in meeting with clients to identify and plan for event needs including coordinating set-up, tear-down, technology, and catering requirements. The Assistant Manager also conducts building inspections to ensure that cleanliness and safety standards are being met while providing excellent customer service to a wide variety of customers.
Logistics and Project Manager Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Manager of Logistics and Project Management is a 12-month, full time position responsible for coordinating multiple logistical operations and projects for the department, ensuring an efficient housing operation that maximizes satisfaction for students. Responsibilities include direct management and oversight of the comprehensive front desk system in the university’s residence halls, ensuring the students are provided an exceptional customer service experience and that the facility is presenting an image consistent with the university. This position will assist with similar projects including the management of the Quad Core Fitness Centers in the halls, supervision of the Operations Assistants who provide facility support, and assist with summer conference planning. Additionally, they will partner with multiple departments in the residential living experience to assess the services that impact the living-learning experience for our students. This position will work closely with their Assistant Director colleagues who are responsible for leading assignment processes and will provide secondary functional support as needed in supporting these operations throughout the year.
Assistant Director of Housing Operations and Assignments Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Assistant Director of Housing Operations/Assignments, as a member of the Residence Education and Housing Services team, applies a student development focus to managing residence hall campus occupancy to ensure all operations intentionally promote student growth. With student development as its focus, this position is a champion of efficiency and organization in managing the campus occupancy and is responsible for all aspects of housing contracts, applications, assignments, and billing for campus housing operations for the residence halls. Additionally, this person partners with the Associate Director in the continued implementation of our housing management software and collaborates with IT and ISS to maximize its utilization to improve efficiency for our operations and students.
Assistant Women's Soccer Coach Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Assist the Head Women’s Soccer Coach in overseeing the direction of the Varsity Women’s Soccer program at the NCAA Division II level. This includes duties such as recruitment, practice/game preparation, practice/game implementation of coaching principles, fund raising, promotions, public and alumni relations and other areas assigned by the Head Women’s Soccer Coach. Must be able to make an immediate positive impact on the program. Additional duties include teaching activity classes in the KIP department.
Executive Director, Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts is the largest performing arts venue in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, primarily serving the public in the Keweenaw region of Houghton, Keweenaw, Baraga, and Ontonagon counties. The center is part of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) and includes oversight of programming in two theaters, a visual arts gallery, and a large public lobby. The director reports to the VPA department chair and will work closely with faculty and staff of the VPA department to provide artistic leadership and business management for the overall function of the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. The director will implement the strategic plan of the center, participate in university and community partnerships and outreach, and lead fund-raising efforts and grant-writing related to the Presenting Series and other activities of the Rozsa Center. The director will supervise staff in all operational roles in the center including production, marketing, guest services, rentals, ticketing, concessions, and general administration.
Essential Education Experience Manager Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Essential Education Experience (E3) is a vital component of Michigan Tech’s new general education program, titled Essential Education. These experiences are meant to help prepare our students for an ever-changing, dynamic, and diverse world. These active, hands-on experiences are expected to expand interaction with the greater society (beyond self) and allow for connections among general education courses. These experiences will increase social awareness, global understandings, or cultural competencies through experiential learning. Michigan Tech is looking for a visionary builder to work with the faculty and staff of Michigan Technological University in implementing and further developing what will become a signature component of Michigan Tech’s new essential education program. We are looking for a dreamer and doer who understands how to build a variety of hands-on student experiences in our communities, both locally and around the world, experiences that allow students to put their learning into practice in benefiting communities near and far.
Office Assistant Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
This position will support the College of Computing with outstanding customer service support and tasks related to the overall smooth operation in the college. The Dean’s Office represents the academic units within the college and this position will positively represent these areas.
Research Associate Off Campus
Develop, instrument, set up, execute, track, and document vehicle testing through data collection, interpreting, and reporting results using a multitude of sensors, instruments, and controllers for applications including propulsion, drivability, safety, ADAS, and connected & automated vehicles (CAVs).
Pre-Award Associate Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Pre-Award Associate counsels, advises, and assists faculty and staff with proposal and budget development for externally funded projects.
Collections Strategist Librarian Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The Collections Strategist Librarian serves in a dynamic role responsible for the development, management, and assessment of the library's collections. This position is crucial in supporting the university's teaching, learning, and research activities. Reporting to the Library Director, the Collections Strategist Librarian will collaborate with library units, faculty, and other stakeholders to ensure that the library's collections are relevant, diverse, and accessible. The ideal candidate will embrace the constant transformation of the library environment, seizing opportunities for professional development and growth to stay at the forefront of the field.
Assistant Research Engineer - IT Support Michigan Tech Research Institute (Ann Arbor, MI)
Provide general support and administration of MTRI computer networks and systems. Provide computer software development support to research and development programs. Act as initial point of contact for the MTRI IT help desk. Support and maintain MTRI cyber security infrastructure. The position is based at MTRI in Ann Arbor, MI (www.mtri.org).
Cook Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
Responsible for the proper preparation and production coordination of all hot and cold menu items as assigned by supervisor.
Software Developer Main Campus (Houghton, MI)
The CTT is looking for a Software Developer with a customer driven focus and who is passionate about their craft and excited to build software. This position provides a self-motivated candidate the opportunity to demonstrate their software development skills within a cross-functional team of software engineers, civil engineers, technical writers and administrative staff to design, program, test, document, and maintain our software. We support and maintain multiple products so there are considerable opportunities for personal and professional growth. The ideal candidate is results-driven and adept at converting system requirements and specifications into sound technical solutions. PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a remote position. It requires working in-office in Houghton, MI.

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