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Administrative Support Pool Chico
Chico State is seeking individuals interested in short-term temporary Clerical and Administrative staff positions. Are you interested in exploring a career with Chico State? Are you a retiree wishing to remain engaged in the workforce? This may be a great option for you. The appointments vary in classification, salary, and duration and provide varying levels of general office and clerical support for students, faculty, and/or staff. The primary goal of the applicant pool is to provide immediate staffing support services to the campus community. The pool will be used to notify interested applicants when new Clerical and Administrative opportunities become available. Short-term temporary opportunities (full-time, part-time, and intermittent) will not exceed 180 days. Individuals appointed to short-term temporary positions are not eligible to gain permanent status nor are they eligible for benefits unless the actual hours worked meet the eligibility requirements for medical benefits under the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA).
ERP PeopleSoft Developer (Analyst/Programmer - Expert) Chico
This position provides on-going technical and analytic support, and programming for the campus Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) application (e.g. PeopleSoft), also known as the Common Management System (CMS). Additionally, this position will coordinate and implement system modifications, create documentation and participate in strategic planning of system enhancements. At the Expert level the incumbent works independently under general direction on the most complex problems and assignments and is expected to possess extensive expertise with ERP architecture and programming. The incumbent provides expert technical support, coordination, implementation, and testing of system modifications. Incumbent will develop code, create documentation, and participate in CSU wide strategic planning of system enhancements. The primary focus of this position is advanced and comprehensive program analysis, code development, administration and support of the Common Management System (CMS)/PeopleSoft (PS) Human Capital Management (HCM)/Campus Solutions (CS) software applications.
Registered Nurse (Registered Nurse I) Chico
Under the direct supervision of a physician or similar practitioner or higher-level Registered Nurse, incumbents perform standard nursing care duties following established procedures and protocols, including observing, interpreting, recording and reporting patients’ symptoms, reactions, and behaviors. This is a first-level registered nursing position requiring minimal experience for entry to the classification and involving limited administrative responsibilities. Unlike the Licensed Vocational Nurse, the Registered Nurse I (RN I) is able to independently perform the full range of nursing care and assessment. WellCat Health Center (WCHC) is both an outpatient acute care and primary care clinic, staffed by Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Registered Nurses who provide medical care to students enrolled in the University in accordance with policies set by the Board of Trustees of California State University. An in-house licensed pharmacy, federally certified laboratory and x-ray department complement the services available. The mission of WellCat Health Center is to assist each student with their diverse healthcare needs in order to facilitate academic success and personal growth. In order to achieve this we believe that diversity is critical and we promote awareness and understanding, we value differences as well as commonalities and promote respect and personal interactions. We strive to build a healthy community of learning and fairness marked by mutual respect and commit ourselves to fostering an atmosphere of equity and inclusion.
Athletics Communications Coordinator (Public Affairs/Communications Specialist II) Chico
The Athletics Communications Coordinator works in conjunction with the Senior Athletics Communications Coordinator (SACC) to serve as the primary communications unit for the intercollegiate athletics department. The Athletics Communications Coordinator reports to the Director of Athletics and takes lead work from the SACC. The incumbent works as part of the media relations office for Athletics, managing all athletics communications practices including daily web updates, press releases, printed and digital materials, social media platforms, video, photo, and other multimedia content. The media relations office is also responsible for providing statistical coverage for all athletic events as well as the collection and dissemination of this statistical information.
Foster Youth Program Specialist (Student Services Professional III) ON-CAMPUS ONLY Chico
Under the general direction of the Foster Youth Program Coordinator, the Foster Youth Program Specialist will coordinate services for foster youth and unaccompanied homeless youth and serve as a central campus contact. The incumbent will be relied upon to provide insight and recommend solutions to unique and sometimes sensitive issues, and is expected to independently and collaboratively resolve complex problems through use of highly developed communication skills and personal contact.
Human Identification Laboratory Technician (Instructional Support Technician III) Chico
This position carries the responsibility of forensic case management, casework, field response, and laboratory/research/instructional support. The successful candidate is expected to support the ongoing operations of the Human Identification Laboratory and provide instructional support for undergraduates and graduate students working with the laboratory. The successful candidate should also demonstrate the ability to conduct forensic anthropological research and grant activities and to assist in ongoing training programs for state first responders. In addition, the successful candidate should also demonstrate a commitment to and/or experience in promoting and fostering a working environment that is supportive of individuals from diverse backgrounds. The IST Ill maintains contracts, chain of custody, and curation of human remains that are part of active law enforcement cases, including those from the FBI, police departments, sheriff-coroner's departments, the Department of Defense's POW/MIA Accounting Agency, and the National Parks Service. Ensures confidentiality and security for each case. Schedules and coordinates lab teams for search and recovery efforts for law enforcement agencies. Coordination of these efforts occurs during regularly scheduled work week hours but also includes weekends, evenings, and holidays. Enforces security measures for laboratory. Responsible for managing and storing Level 1 data. Responsible for overseeing (24-hour, seven days a week) services for pathological and biohazardous and pathological waste handling, storage, and disposal, and human and animal skeletal and tissue remains. Maintains 24/7 refrigeration units, maintains environmental controls, and coordinates backup power for freezers, heaters, and ovens. Schedules and performs maintenance on equipment for the laboratory. Additionally, this position is responsible for curation of human (-1,100) and animal remains (-2,000) and tissues as well as anthropological case specimens.
Technology Training Specialist (Information Technology Consultant-Career) RE-POSTED Chico
Working relatively independently under the general direction of the Director of Technology Equity and Inclusion, the Technology Training Specialist works collaboratively with the units of the Division of IT to implement the delivery of contextually rich, engaging, equity-focused, and objective-driven technology training. They design and deliver training using approaches tailored to specific end-user groups, including instructor-led training, webinars, online computer-based learning, drop-in labs, and web-based resources. This position will ensure ongoing training strategy is executed to sustain technical system updates using the most effective and efficient methodologies for Chico State staff, faculty, and students. The incumbent will conduct needs assessments and design, develop, test, deliver, and evaluate technology training programs for various software packages and University business applications. Additionally, the incumbent will partner with IT Stakeholders to determine type/level, technology, topics, and roll-out schedule for Training, Communications, Change Management, etc. Responsibilities also include evaluating the effectiveness of the training and performance support materials. This position is responsible for developing strategies and technologies that leverage digital media to instruct and educate users across the organization. The delivery experience will include delivering classes for specialized end-user groups (i.e., executives, admins, staff, etc.). This position will also provide performance support post-implementation to end users, work with the IT communications team to develop effective communication interventions, and oversee vendor-delivered training in support of the Division of IT.
Marketing Cloud Developer (Analyst/Programmer-Career) REVISED Chico
Working independently under direction of the Senior Director of Enterprise Applications, the Marketing Cloud and Experience Administrator is a member of the Customer Engagement Team in the Enterprise Applications Department, and they will work closely with the Customer Engagement Lead, Analyst/Programmer, and IT Consultants. The person in this position will be someone with excellent technical and communication skills who can interface directly with internal stakeholders to understand their needs in order to administer and enhance the system accordingly. The Marketing Cloud and Experience Administrator is responsible for day-to-day activities in Marketing Cloud and Design and user experience in the Experience Cloud (Community Cloud). In Marketing Cloud this person will lead the design and maintenance of Marketing Cloud including journeys, automation, data extensions, synchronization, and audit trail monitoring. This person will also lead activities in Experience Cloud to improve the experience for students and other stakeholders. This includes implementing new design features, improvements, and customizations, as well as configuring Lightning Components, Experience Cloud components, and digital experiences. Incumbents at the expert level work almost completely independently on the most complex problems and work assignments.
Information Security Risk Analyst (Information Technology Consultant - Career) RE-POSTED Chico
Do you have a passion for Information Technology? Do you have the desire to learn and grow into an exciting career in cyber security? Consider applying to join our dynamic team as an Information Security Risk Analyst! An ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of how to identify cyber risks and vulnerabilities in our campus IT environment, and leveraging industry best practices and security frameworks to mitigate them. As a member of our dynamic team, an ideal candidate will be responsible for managing Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) tools, documenting and managing risk assessments, and providing the necessary training for end users in support of state and locally mandated cyber and information security obligations. By recommending and following GRC best practices, you will provide Chico State risk owners with an accurate and understandable view of cyber risk posture through data-driven practices that incentivize areas to do what is right to keep our campus community and its IT systems safe from compromise. In addition to maintaining GRC operations, an ideal candidate will oversee and coordinate access control responsibilities that grant and revoke access to Chico State's PeopleSoft environment, as well as provide support for third-party vendors who are contracted to support our IT systems. As an Information Security Risk Analyst, you will be joined by a strong community of highly talented, creative, and supportive colleagues who share a tremendous dedication for Information Technology and desire to position Chico State to continuously secure its infrastructure. Join us!
Director of Adaptive Dispute Resolutions (Administrator II) RE-POSTED Chico
Our Equal Opportunity and Dispute Resolution unit is looking for a new member to join their team of professionals! In this position, you will implement restorative justice practices in a meaningful environment, support our students and staff who have experienced harm, and serve as a core member of our retention team. This position will have the opportunity to help develop and take ownership of this new restorative and adaptive resolution program. The ideal candidate will have exceptional communication skills, conflict resolutions skills, and the ability to practice empathy and patience. Come be a part of a team that strives to enhance the value of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion on our campus! We offer a competitive benefits package which includes: sick leave, 24 days of paid vacation per year, low or no cost health/vision/dental insurance, CalPERS Retirement, tuition fee waiver, and 14 paid holidays. Join us!
Regional Director of Philanthropy (Administrator II) RE-POSTED Chico
The Regional Director of Philanthropy reports directly to the Vice President for University Advancement. The Regional Director of Philanthropy is responsible for planning and implementing individual, multi-year, major gift fund-raising efforts in the assigned region. The fundamental responsibility of this position is major gift fundraising including prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies in support of major/capital gifts and secondly in support of annual leadership gifts of $1,500 or more from prospects in the assigned territory. Additionally, responsibilities include managing a portfolio of 75 donors and prospects on a part-time basis averaging 19 hours per week and providing front-line fund-raising leadership. Incumbent is expected to work in close collaboration with other Development Officers and with central advancement staff in Prospect Research, Scholarships, Planned Giving, and the Annual Fund. This position is expected to secure $500,000 annual gift revenue through a combination of cash, pledge commitments, gift-in-kind, and planned gifts.
Hourly Interpreter (Hourly Interpreter) RE-POSTED Chico
Under general supervision, the Hourly Interpreter provides ASL interpreting services to facilitate communication most often in a classroom or related instructional settings and activities for persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. Assignments may involve technical or specialized subject matter and vocabulary. Individual assignments may vary based on the specific skills of the interpreter and the needs of the students or other consumers. More difficult tasks may involve interpreting technical or specialized subject matter and vocabulary, which require using specialized signs, accommodating consumer request for varied language preferences, and interpreting fast spoken material. Specific complexity and skill factors include type of interpreting or communication system needed, difficulty or unique nature of the subject matter and vocabulary, speed of interpreting required, and number of deaf or hard-of-hearing consumers served simultaneously.
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.