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Athletic Trainer II Chico
Chico State Athletics is currently inviting applications for two certified athletic trainers. Working independently, under general oversight of the Head Athletic Trainer, these positions perform the full range of athletic training functions serving our 13 NCAA Division II sponsored sports. Responsibilities include sport coverage, injury prevention, evaluation management and rehabilitation. Coordination with other staff athletic trainers to insure adequate coverage of all sports and administrative tasks related to the position are also requirements of the position. Chico State Athletics has a proud tradition of academic and athletic excellence, sponsoring 13 varsity sports, competing as a NCAA Division II institution as a member of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). For more information about the department, you may visit our Web site at
Financial Aid Advisor (Student Services Professional II) Chico
The Financial Aid & Scholarship Office (FASO) is looking for someone who loves working with students, advising, collaborating, and coordinating with campus, state, and federal partners. Financial Aid advisors help students access higher education and uplift the trajectory of many students and families in California. This position will help FASO deliver millions of dollars to our students annually by coordinating internal campus awards, stipends, and fee waivers, including Cal Vet fee waivers and other Veteran’s benefits. The advisor in this role is responsible for assisting students participating in a Study Abroad or Exchange program. Financial Aid can be a critical component of funding a study abroad experience, and it can be complicated to navigate. Our work affects the whole student life cycle, from recruitment and retention to graduation. We set students up for success. The work is student-centered, interesting, challenging, and rewarding. It all happens in a fun, collegial, and collaborative environment. If this resonates with you, come join our team and be part of the future of Chico State Financial Aid!
Basic Needs Coordinator (Student Services Professional III) Chico
Working independently, under general direction of the Basic Needs Director, the Basic Needs Coordinator is a position within Basic Needs, in the Division of Student Affairs. The Coordinator works with students that are experiencing poverty and the complex student situations that surround those who lack basic needs, the most significant barrier to academic success. The Coordinator collaboratively facilitates the safe, day-to-day operations of the Hungry Wildcat Food Pantry and pro-actively assists in the coordination of other related department, safety, grant and partnership programs. The Coordinator creates and develops a sustainable community of students, staff, parents, alumni, volunteers, agencies, groups, businesses, institutions and foundations in support of the operations of the Pantry and the development of case managed services for wellness, retention and the graduation of students. This work includes analysis of needs, and the use of planning, interviewing and counseling techniques. The Coordinator will compile reports and analyze data in conjunction with the Basic Needs Director to improve programming and services. Additionally, the Coordinator is responsible for recognizing specific program needs and for collaborating with campus and community service agencies to develop recommendations and implement program services for improving student engagement and success. The purpose of this position is to assist students in making timely progress toward their degree objectives.
Administrative Support Assistant (Administrative Support Assistant II - 11/12) Chico
This position provides a full range of moderate to complex secretarial and front-line administrative support for WellCat Services (WCS), WellCat Counseling Center, WellCat Prevention, and WellCat Safe Place. This position works relatively independently with general instruction provided by Director WellCat Counseling Center or designee. Incumbent is often the first person to interact with a student in crisis, requiring immediate assessment and response. This position interacts with students, staff, and faculty, over the phone, by email, and in person, including victims and survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, students seeking information on substance misuse prevention, and those interested in positive mental health behaviors. As such, this position requires excellent judgment and strong interpersonal skills to respond appropriately to sensitive, complex, and confidential situations. Administrative support includes, but is not limited to: answering phones and interacting with students, staff, and faculty in various WCS office and clinic spaces; supporting directors, managers, and administrators within WCS; event coordination; organization of common workspaces; processing student payroll; creating and tracking orders for office and other supplies; reconciling and preparing financial data; preparing correspondence and reports; tracking and maintaining referrals; scheduling appointments; and maintaining informational databases, including electronic medical record systems. Incumbent will also assist with the development and implementation of effective procedures to coordinate the operations of the front office and systematize office procedures and facilitate cross-training with equivalent positions. This position processes a large volume of electronic medical records and correspondence, which requires specialized software, as well as a high level of accuracy and confidentiality.
Human Resources Specialist - EDI (Administrative Analyst/Specialist-Exempt I) Chico
Chico State is seeking candidates to fill our HR Specialist – Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion position in the Human Resources Service Center. The successful candidate will be instrumental in building strong relationships across campus, developing innovative strategies to enhance the diversity of our applicant pools, and educating our community on topics such as Equity in the Hiring Process and Avoiding Bias in Hiring. In this position you will perform a variety of administrative, analytical, and strategic operational duties. Responsibilities include analyzing campus employee demographics and retention data to identify trends and opportunities for improvement as well as leading, facilitating and teaching community members on a variety of EDI topics. If you are passionate about fostering an inclusive environment and driving positive change, we encourage you to apply.
Study Abroad and Exchange Advisor (Student Services Professional II) Chico
Under general supervision of the Study Abroad and Exchange (SAE) Coordinator, the Study Abroad and Exchange Advisor performs moderately complex professional student services work in International Education and Global Engagement (IEGE). The Study Abroad and Exchange Advisor communicates and collaborates daily with prospective, current and past study abroad (and away) participants, as well as performs as the lead advisor with affiliate Study Abroad program providers. Assignments typically include a wide variety of professional student services and program activities including, but not limited to, advising students in individual and group settings, student recruitment, program outreach and student support services.
Administrative Assistant to Assistant Director of Facilities & Projects (Administrative Support Assistant II) Chico
Under the general instruction of the Associate Director of Facilities and Projects in University Housing (UH), incumbent will provide clerical and program support related to facilities operation services (capital projects, maintenance, custodial, and grounds). Incumbent directly supports two staff members (Assistant Director for Facilities and Projects, Manager of Custodial and Grounds) and indirectly supports facilities staff members. Day-to-day work is performed relatively independently with general instructions except for new assignments.
Lead Plumber Chico
Under general supervision, the Lead Plumber works with and is in charge of a small group or crew of skilled Plumbers and semi-skilled assistants involved in completing the work outlined in CSU Classification and Qualification Standards (Standard) for the Plumber classification series. In addition to Plumber duties, the Lead Plumber has the additional responsibilities of providing lead work direction to several journey-level crafts workers and semi-skilled assistants, laying out and coordinating the work flow for jobs, and preparing materials lists and ordering supplies for jobs. This position spends the majority of time working as a skilled plumber, but has ancillary lead work and project planning responsibilities.
Facilities Project Supervisor Chico
Under the general supervision of the Associate Director Facilities and Projects, the Facilities Project Supervisor is responsible for supervising and coordinating work of one or more small groups or crews consisting of skilled multi-trade crafts workers and assistants. This position is a working supervisor who is skilled in one or more trades, including foundation work, interior and exterior walls, framing and ceilings, roofing, installation of insulation, HVAC and plumbing systems; electrical maintenance and repair work including work on low voltage control systems. The Facilities Project Supervisor coordinates and supervises the work of crews primarily involved in the construction and renovation of various facilities and structures, in addition to maintenance and repair on projects. The incumbent also provides comprehensive technical project leadership; acts as a liaison with customers; coordinates job estimates; and ensures supplies and materials are available for jobs.
Lead Building Service Engineer Chico
Working independently, under general supervision, the Lead Building Service Engineer provides leadership in all facets to the Building Services Engineer(s) and Refrigeration Mechanic(s); giving work direction and training for the BSE/Refrigeration Mechanic staff and student employee staff, including the installation, operation, preventive maintenance and repair of mechanical systems related to heating, ventilating, air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, energy management, electronic controls, power, water and sewer systems and equipment as related to HVAC and/or Mechanical systems throughout University Housing. The Lead BSE is distinguished by the additional responsibilities of providing lead work direction to multiple and diverse journey-level crafts workers and semiskilled assistants, laying out and coordinating the work flow for jobs, and preparing materials lists and ordering supplies for jobs. The Lead BSE spends the majority of time working as a Building Service Engineer or in related HVAC trade while performing lead work coordination and project planning responsibilities for a work crew and typically is not overseeing the work of multiple work crews.
Residence Life Coordinator (Student Services Professional II) Chico
The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) staff are responsible for broad residential community oversight, educational programming, and facilities management. Day-to-day work is performed independently, however incumbent also serves as a member of the Residence Life team comprised of the Associate Director for Residence Life, five Residence Conduct Coordinator (RCC) staff, five RLC staff, the Senior Coordinator for Leadership and Development, the Senior Coordinator for Conduct and Compliance and the Hub Program Coordinator. CSU, Chico has an on campus student housing population of approximately 2,200 students. RLCs provide educational programs, customer service, counseling referrals, and crisis response. Incumbents deal with complex, sensitive situations, incumbent must use sound professional judgment and successful counseling techniques to effectively interact with college-age students. The RLC position co-supervises 6-18 Resident Advisors assigned to a given community. They also directly supervise the students employed at service desks. Additionally, the RLC position has overall advisory and leadership responsibility for Community Council.
Building Service Engineer Chico
Working independently, under general supervision, Building Service Engineers perform maintenance and repair work on a wide range of heating, ventilating, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical, refrigeration, air conditioning, water systems and auxiliary equipment. Incumbent will operate, test, adjust, and calibrate, boiler, air conditioning machinery, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, and/or microprocessor control instruments. Building Service Engineers monitor building systems data, adjust systems accordingly and respond to service requests to adjust airflow, temperature and humidity balances for individual rooms, building areas or buildings. The duties include testing and chemically treating boiler, condenser, and cooling tower water and water from other systems, as well as maintenance, inspection, diagnoses and emergency repairs for systems. Building Service Engineers may need to solder, braze or weld pipe in underground vaults or in mechanical rooms. Incumbent will regularly use features of building automation systems to diagnose and troubleshoot problems in the HVAC systems and adjust to optimize energy conservation, and may maintain logs of maintenance and repairs, using manual and computerized record-keeping systems, and provide instruction and/or work with semi-skilled or unskilled assistants. Duties also include swimming pool maintenance, and work on bearings, shafts, seals, rings and electrical wiring and installation of central system parts, gages, valves and pipes. This position requires the application of journey-level skills in one or more of the applicable trades. Incumbents are expected to rotate through various shift assignments at the central plant to fill in for Operating Engineers on a relief basis as needed.
Advancement Project Specialist (Administrative Analyst/Specialist-Exempt I) Chico
Under the general direction of the Associate VP for University Advancement, this position is responsible for creating and and executing a wide variety of projects, events and ongoing processes that support the fundraising and overall missions of University Advancement. These responsibilities include the independent oversight and management of the University Foundation Board of Governors as an entity and by assisting individual board member needs. Responsibilities include agenda preparation, research and data analysis for board members, and policy and procedure research analysis and implementation. In support of donor cultivation and stewardship, analyze policies and procedures to recommend state-of-the-art donor event strategies to strengthen long-term relationships; research venues, plan, manage,and fully execute cultivation events, both in-state and out-of-state; prepare written summaries that serve as background for executive meetings. Provide oversight and coordination of division-wide projects that enhance and support the administration of the division's various responsibilities, including human resources, budget and finance, and administration. This position operates in a collaborative environment and must possess the skills to work closely with a variety of groups and individuals. Knowledge of methods and techniques of effective project management is preferred. The scope of duties are varied and multifaceted and require independent execution therefore attention to detail is essential.
Residence Conduct Coordinator (Student Services Professional III) Chico
The Residence Conduct Coordinator (RCC) staff are responsible for the daily functions of a student conduct curriculum and policy accountability. RCCs will meet with students who have violated a University Housing policy outlined in the "University Housing Policy Guide." Day-to-day work is performed independently, however incumbent also serves as a member of the Residence Life team comprised of the Associate Director for Residence Life, five Residence Conduct Coordinators (RCC), five Residence Life Coordinators (RLC), the Senior Coordinator for Leadership and Development, Senior Coordinator for Conduct and Compliance, and Hub Program Coordinator. CSU, Chico has an on-campus student housing population of 2,400. The RCC's primary responsibility is adjudicating conduct cases; additionally they provide conduct related programming, customer service, resource referrals, and crisis response. Incumbents deal with complex, sensitive situations, and must use sound professional judgment and successful counseling techniques to effectively interact with college students. This position also co-supervises 6-18 Resident Advisors. This is a live-in position that emphasizes student development as well as community management. The Residence Life staff is on-call 24 hours a day, however, actual working time is varied and flexible and opportunity for adequate time off is available. May include late night, early morning, and weekend commitments as situations dictate/require.
EEO/DHR/Title IX Investigator (Administrator I) REVISED Chico
Interested in exploring a unique career path that combines your legal expertise and passion for higher education? Chico State is looking to hire an EEO/DHR/Title IX Investigator. This involves investigating complaints on discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and Title IX violations. Apply now and join us in making a meaningful impact on a very special campus.
Recreational Sports Team Leaders (Casual Workers, multiple sports) Chico
The Recreational Sports Coach reports to the Director of Recreational Sports and is supervised by the Sport Club Coordinator. Incumbent is responsible for providing a safe, educational environment for skill development, sportsmanship and tactical knowledge acquisition of an assigned team. The Chico State Sport Club Program provides students the opportunity to participate in competitive sports against other intercollegiate teams and represent Chico State, as a means to enhance their collegiate experience and provide a vehicle for a well-rounded education through physical, social, and leadership development. Casual Workers are paid on an hourly basis and are not eligible for benefits, sick leave, vacation leave, personal holiday or shift differential. Incumbents are not eligible to earn permanent status in the Casual Worker classification.
Intermittent Bus Driver (Heavy Equipment Operator/Bus Driver) Chico
This intermittent position will operate buses for campus related activities as needed, up to a maximum of 1,000 compensated hours per fiscal year. Incumbent may be required to perform manual labor associated with the use of equipment.
Hourly Interpreter (Hourly Interpreter) REVISED 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.