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University Budget Analyst (Budget Analyst) Chico
The University Budget Office is seeking a collaborative individual who enjoys detailed analysis, financial reporting and creative problem solving. This position will work with leaders and campus constituents to help develop budgets, allocate revenue/expenses, prepare reports, research and analyze data. The ideal candidate will be forward thinking, readily open to change, and able to work independently as well as part of a team. We offer a competitive benefits package which includes: sick leave, 2 weeks of paid vacation per year, low or no cost health/vision/dental insurance, CalPERS Retirement, tuition fee waiver, and 14 paid holidays.
Academic Publications Editor (Public Affairs/Communications Specialist II) Chico
The Academic Publications Editor is responsible for creating and maintaining large-scale, complex publishing projects, administered by Academic Publications & Scheduling Services (APSS), including the University Catalog and Academic Calendar. Working independently, under broad guidelines, this position is responsible for complex production activities which requires applying advanced editorial and communication skills to make decisions that will impact the final product and publications. In addition, this role is responsible for high-level communications with the President's Office, Cabinet, and other key campus constituencies. Additional responsibilities include administration of content management systems such as the campus Directory, and maintaining the APSS websites.
Lead Salesforce Developer (Analyst/Programmer-Expert) RE-POSTED Chico
The Lead Salesforce Developer performs analysis, application development, systems/data integration, data management, system administration, and end user support/training for the Salesforce/TargetX ecosystem (AKA Chico State 360), the campus portal, and other similar integrated systems. As an expert-level position, the incumbent works independently on the most complex problems and work assignments and possesses advanced and comprehensive technical knowledge, and has an advanced understanding of software management and support methodologies. The incumbent is also responsible for performing lead duties and providing supervisory oversight for a small team of developers. This requires task assignment/delegation, monitoring work, code review, project management, leading team meetings/planning, and other similar team coordination. The incumbent utilizes strong organizational and communication skills. Incumbent is required to adhere to CSU and campus policies, standards, and procedures related to information technology support, information security, change control, desktop, server and application standards, accessibility standards, applications and web development standards, vendor access requirements, training, and more. Incumbent is expected to become familiar with and support campus compliance efforts for respective areas.
Career Advisor (Student Services Professional II or III) Chico
Under general supervision of the Director, the Student Services Professional II or III/Career Advisor performs moderately complex professional student service work including developing and facilitating workshops, seminars, and presentations throughout campus, on resume writing, interview skills, job market trends, and job search strategies in response to a variety of needs and concerns of individual students, student organizations, administration, and faculty. Working pro-actively in a team environment, the Career Advisor develops, implements, and facilitates programs that encourage and support student efficacy and success and is responsible for advising students in the seven colleges. Responsibilities include comprehensive and independent student advisement and guidance in individual and group settings involving career planning and related issues. This position requires the application of professional skills and knowledge related to career planning, counseling, and judgment to recommend solutions to problems and changes in program procedures. Additionally, incumbent assists with administrative planning and program management to provide quality programming and performs other duties as assigned.
Student Organization Program Coordinator (Student Services Professional IV) Chico
The Program Coordinator in Student Organizations and Leadership Education (SOLE) operates under the general supervision of the Director of Student Life and Leadership (SLL). The incumbent oversees all facets of the University Recognized Student Organization program and serves as a Chair of the campus-wide Wildcat Welcome (new student welcome) committee. This position conducts workshops and training in club management, event planning, recruitment, leadership development, and access to campus resources; ensures compliance with policies, procedures, and laws, and provides guidance and training to recognized student organizations and their staff or faculty advisors. Chico State is at the heart of a college town rich with history. The City of Chico is a community that offers reasonably priced housing, good schools, charming neighborhoods, and a place to play with plenty of outdoor recreation options. A creek flows through nearby Bidwell Park and right into the middle of campus and our small-town feel lets you say goodbye to long commutes and crowded spaces. The warmth and dedication of those who teach, study, and work here is a genuine expression of the joys of the Chico Experience.
Executive Outreach Manager (Administrator I) Chico
Reporting to the Assistant VP for Advancement Administration, The Executive Outreach Manager is responsible for outreach to alumni, friends, and patrons of the university – initiating philanthropic relationships. This position will focus on identifying and engaging new donors, assessing new donor prospects for giving capacity/affinity, and transitioning donor prospects to a development officer for gift solicitation. This position also supports the development team in planning, providing support for Giving Day and crowdfunding initiatives, and by supporting development officers with events and programming. Finally, this position will provide active donor stewardship by writing thank you letters, making phone calls, and coordinating other donor recognition efforts. This position reports to the Assistant VP for Advancement Administration.
Graphic Designer (Graphic Designer II) Chico
Under general direction of the Executive Director and the Senior Graphic Designer, the incumbent identifies and develops project-based and long-term concepts and strategies to promote the University brand by using research, experience and consensus, reaching targeted audiences through print and/or digital media. Examples of design work includes, but is not limited to: Chico Statements, Inside Chico State, Annual Report, Web, Marketing and Promotional pieces in addition to advancement and campaign related publications and web sites, as well as Tower Society and Chico Experience Week collateral. This position is also responsible for assisting in the daily activities of University Communications, as well as managing design and monitoring the existing and emerging visual communications projects in the department.
Content Producer (Public Affairs/Communications Specialist II) Chico
The content producer serves as a project lead and primary content creator on key communications initiatives serving University Advancement, University Communications, and the University. This position involves significant writing and editing, as well as collaboration with designers, multimedia creators, and campus partners to bring projects from idea to delivery. The content producer will consult with and execute on strategies developed by the University Communications leadership team to advance the University’s reputation, enrollment growth, and philanthropic support.
Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant (Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant) Chico
Under general administrative and medical direction of the Lead Physician, and using established standardized procedures and processes, the Nurse Practitioner works within the established scope of practice, providing a wide range of primary health care services to eligible students, including assessment, diagnostic, preventative and health maintenance services; and regularly performs health education and participates in health promotion activities. Typical responsibilities include: conducting physical examinations; diagnosing, treating, and managing illnesses and injuries; ordering tests and interpreting the results; and counseling patients on preventive care. This position may be assigned to either primary care or the acute care clinic. The scope of practice is established in writing by the supervising physician and is limited to those functions that the physician determines the Nurse Practitioner is competent to perform. Competency is determined based on the supervising physician's assessment of the Nurse Practitioner's capabilities, education, training, and experience.
Maintenance and Project Support Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist NE) Chico
Working independently, under general supervision of the Manager of Customer Support, the Maintenance and Project Support Analyst performs a wide range of general and specialized administrative and technical support for Facilities Management and Services (FMS). FMS is a large, complex department consisting of approximately 230 employees working various shifts and providing diverse administrative and operational services campus wide. Incumbent is expected to build and maintain positive working relationships with a diverse group of vendors, staff, managers, and members of the campus community to ensure quality service delivery and customer satisfaction.
Payroll/Customer Service Assistant (Administrative Support Assistant II) Chico
Working independently under general supervision of the Manager of Budget & Finance, this position performs a full range of moderately complex clerical and administrative support duties for Facilities Management and Services (FMS). Day to day duties include preparing staff and student payroll for processing, monitoring and tracking personnel and financial information, reconciling financial data, preparing reports and projections. Day to day work is performed relatively independently with general instructions, except for new assignments. Facilities Management and Services is a large, multifaceted, department consisting of approximately 240 +/- employees working various shifts and providing diverse administrative and operational services campus wide.
Painter (Painter) Chico
Under general supervision of the Manager of Building Maintenance, the incumbent is responsible for providing the full range of skilled work in the painting, finishing and maintaining of a wide variety of interior and exterior surfaces and structures. The incumbent is expected to perform all work in accordance with established safety procedures while maintaining a safe and clean work environment. May also provide instruction and lead direction to unskilled and semi-skilled assistants. Facilities Management and Services (FMS) is a large, multifaceted department consisting of approximately 135 employees working various shifts and providing diverse administrative and operational services campus wide.
Industrial Hygienist & Environmental Program Manager (Administrator I) Chico
Under the general direction of the Director of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS), the Industrial Hygienist/Environmental Programs Manager manages industrial hygiene programs on Campus. The University has a highly diverse range of activities including ergonomics, asbestos, lead, respirable crystalline silica, wildfire smoke, chemical labs, medical, custodial, and maintenance activities. As such, the incumbent must work with numerous departments to determine potential for chemical exposures, protections, and programs which ensure employee and student safety. The incumbent will also manage numerous environmental programs, including but not limited to, air permits, storm water, indoor air quality, and the Spill Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plan. Given the diversity of the programs, the complexity of the University's structure, and the ever changing nature of the work, the incumbent must be able to change tasks easily, be comfortable working on program development and documentation, and be at ease working with people at all levels of the University. In the course of duties incumbent will use health and safety monitoring equipment and will work in labs or environments where chemical, biological, and physically hazards may be present. In addition, the incumbent will also develop and deliver training related to their programs of responsibility and support the Emergency Operations Center as needed. The Industrial Hygienist/Environmental Programs Manager carries out their work with considerable freedom, frequently acting as the EHS representative working with departments to resolve complex problems. Work is reviewed to ensure it is meeting the broad technical objectives for compliance with agency policies and regulations, and meeting the Campus Community's needs. The incumbent is expected to independently render technical decisions or effectively recommend decisions to controversial issues that impact policy, public relations or budgetary considerations.
Administrative Support Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) Chico
Working independently under general supervision the Administrative Support Coordinator (ASC) will aid the CSU CalNAGPRA Project Manager in work under the purview of the California Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (CalNAGPRA). This work is sensitive and the ASC should be a good listener, respectful, willing to learn, and communicate well, both in verbal and written formats. The ASC will perform a variety of moderately complex clerical duties in support of the CSU system wide CalNAGPRA efforts. Responsibilities include maintaining the CSU CalNAGPRA Project Manager's calendar, coordinating travel arrangements, planning and scheduling in-person and virtual meetings, conducting data entry, generating and processing documents, overseeing project budgets and tracking expenses, creating and managing filings systems to track and archive sensitive information and communications, serves as the primary point of contact for general inquires, and assists as needed with departmental activities. Additionally, the ASC oversees the office and performs other duties as assigned.
WellCat Safe Place Advocate/Administrator (Administrator I ) Chico
Under the general direction of the Executive Director of WellCat Services, incumbent will manage the WellCat Safe Place department, prioritizing the administration and utilization of the prevention education, training, and services related to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking with the goal of reducing these crimes in our campus community. The incumbent will address departmental, divisional, and campus-wide practices, policies, and procedures that affect individuals impacted by domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking. The incumbent will counsel, assist, and accompany victims of sexual violence and serve as their advocate. The incumbent will also develop and provide training to students on sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. The incumbent will be responsible for oversight and supervision of Coordinator of Advocacy Services and student employees.
Library Technology Specialist (Information Technology Consultant-Expert) RE-POSTED Chico
Under the direction of the Library Dean, the Information Technology Consultant oversees the Library Systems Unit, providing lead work direction and project management of technology related library projects. This dynamic position works as part of a team to implement library initiatives as well as independently to complete assigned tasks. Tasks include improving technology efficiencies, keeping up with and evaluating library technology trends, setting priorities for library technology implementation, and ensuring library systems are updated and maintained. Serves as the work lead for the Library Systems Unit encompassing library hardware and software and the library website. Serves as the administrator for several Library Systems and works with other library units to ensure proper configuration. Acts as a liaison to campus for IT related projects. As an expert-level position, the incumbent works completely independently on the most complex problems and work assignments. The incumbent possesses advanced and comprehensive knowledge as they analyze, develop, integrate, and support systems and technology-based solutions to meet the users' needs.
Finance and Administration Manager (Administrator I) Chico
The Finance and Administration Manager is responsible for the financial management and human resource administration for Professional & Continuing Education (PCE). Incumbent is also responsible for ongoing development and implementation of business process improvements and the effective and efficient operation of the unit.
2022-23 Part-time Lecturer Pool - Department of Information Systems, Finance, and Accounting Chico
The Department of Information Systems, Finance, & Accounting in the College of Business is collecting application materials for a pool of part-time lecturers with positions available as determined by need during the 2022-23 academic year.
Procurement Card Technician (Accounting Technician I) Chico
California State University, Chico challenges students and staff to “Do and Dare.” Dare to embark upon your next journey with us! We are seeking a Procurement Card Technician to join our team. The Procurement Card Technician performs financial record keeping support for Facilities Management and Services (FMS). Responsibilities include compiling and reviewing information for routine and non-routine financial reports, maintaining and reconciling procurement-card transactions, entering adjustments, transfers, and other transaction data, as well as maintaining and tracking accurate financial information for the department.
Full-Time Counselor (Academic Year Student Services Professional, Academic-Related) Chico
The WellCat Counseling Center at California State University, Chico is seeking a full-time (non tenure-track) Academic Year Counselor with an anticipated start in August 2022. This position is classified as a Student Services Professional, Academic-Related.

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