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Grant Development Coordinator Marquette, MI 49855
Assist faculty, staff, and students in their search for funding sources with a primary emphasis on rural health care initiatives; adhere to University, agency and federal (OMB Circulars) policies in development of proposal elements including all text components and budget; assist with organization and submission of grant proposals to varied funding agencies; assist with post-award management of sponsored projects including financial tracking and reporting, technical/progress reporting and project closeout; deliver training sessions across campus relating to funding; build relationships across campus and within regional health care communities for funding efforts.
Assistant Professor Marquette, MI 49855
The Assistant Professor is a campus-based, tenure-track position open to individuals specializing in phytochemistry, pharmacognosy, natural products, analytical chemistry or plant biochemistry. The Assistant Professor has an active role in the new Medicinal Plant Chemistry program. Teaching assignments may include the capstone courses in this program (CH420/CH421), the medicinal plant chemistry seminar courses, and other courses dependent on departmental needs. Expectations also include establishing a research program related to some aspect of plant chemistry that would actively involve undergraduates. Appropriate levels of departmental and university service are a part of the position's responsibilities. This is a campus-based position. The Department of Chemistry has seventeen full-time faculty and offers undergraduate degrees in ACS-certified chemistry, biochemistry, forensic biochemistry, and medicinal plant chemistry. Further information about the department can be found at Northern Michigan University, with 7,900 students and 177 degree programs, is located along the shore of Lake Superior in the vibrant, historic city of Marquette, consistently named a top spot in the nation to raise a family, vacation, and enjoy an excellent quality of life. See more at
Ast Greco-Roman Wrestling Cch Marquette, MI 49855
Assist the Head Greco-Roman Coach with all assigned duties associated with the Greco-Roman Wrestling Program.
Assistant Professor Marquette, MI 49855
The Department of Psychological Science at Northern Michigan University invites applications for a tenure track appointment at the Assistant Professor level in Applied Behavior Analysis. The position will start in August, 2021. This is a campus-based position. This position consists of teaching 12 credit hours per semester, which include practicum courses for supervision of students training to become Board Certified assistant Behavior Analysts or Board Certified Behavior Analysts. Courses to be taught will include applied behavior analysis courses that are part of an approved BACB verified course sequence. Courses may also include those offered for the general psychology curriculum. In addition, the position will include coordination of a verified course sequence and 5-10% local or regional travel for practicum supervision. The faculty member will be required to advise students, engage in scholarly work, and participate in departmental and university service activities. The Department of Psychological Science includes facilities for human and animal research, and has extensive equipment for behavioral and neuroscience studies. The department houses the Behavior Education Assessment and Research (BEAR) Center. The BEAR Center provides Applied Behavior Analysis services for those with Autism and other disorders and serves as a training ground for behavior analysis students. NMU provides research startup funds in addition to opportunities to reduce teaching loads for scholarly or other projects. Support for applying for external funding is provided by NMU's Grants and Research Office. Additional information about the Department of Psychological Science may be found at
Instructor-TAS Marquette, MI 49855
Develop and teach undergraduate courses for the Electrical Line Technician Program. Course topics that will be taught include: Fundamentals of Electricity, Electrical Formulas, Line Electrician Field Practice, Applied Electricity for Lineperson, Electrical Line Safety, Construction Standards, and Truck Driving. Additional responsibility include assessment of student learning outcomes, student advising, committee assignments, course development, professional development, application of laptop computers in the learning environment, service to the department and university with selective program leadership responsibilities, participation in extra-curricular service opportunities, program of scholarship, and perform other assignments per departmental needs. This is a campus-based position.
Asc Dir-Facilities/Htng Plant Marquette, MI 49855
Direct all aspects associated with the operation and maintenance of the university heating plant and its steam and condensate distribution systems. Perform design, bidding, and construction administration services for construction and maintenance projects.
Assistant Professor Marquette, MI 49855
This position will be responsible for teaching, scholarship, and service respectively in the fields of Clinical Laboratory Science and Diagnostic Genetics. Areas of emphasis will include immunohematology, clinical chemistry, molecular diagnostics but individuals with experience in other CLS disciplines are encouraged to apply. Course assignments will be in both undergraduate and graduate programs. Responsibilities will include: teach (traditional and online courses), participating in curriculum development, scholarly activities, student advisement and recruitment, collaboration with clinical affiliated hospitals, as well as service and professional duties.
Assistant Professor Marquette, MI 49855
This position teaches undergraduate and graduate courses (MS level) in one or more exercise science areas. Other responsibilities include advising undergraduate students and research projects in the Sports Science program, advising graduate students in the Exercise Science master's program and directing master's level graduate theses. This position works with other faculty on the maintenance/supervision of the Exercise Science Laboratory, developing/maintaining a personal program of research and scholarship, and participating in departmental and university committees. This is a campus-based position.
Temporary Food Service Worker I or II Marquette, MI 49855
This is a posting for part-time temporary positions which are used to supplement and augment the regular NMU workforce. The Food Service Worker I position is primarily responsible for service aspects of food lines and cleaning. The Food Service Worker II position is primarily responsible for food preparation and cooking. The length of hire might vary from 1 day to 4 months. Food Service Worker I rate of pay $12.70; Food Service Worker II rate of pay $13.95.