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International Academic Advisor and Retention Specialist (Student Services Professional II) Chico
Under general supervision of the AVP of International Education & Global Engagement, with work direction from the International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) Coordinator, the International Academic Advisor and Retention Specialist supports international student enrollment, retention, transition to university life and American academic culture, student development and degree or certificate program completion, as well as program assessment support for international students. The primary work processes are assigned tasks that typically follow well-established work procedures and guidelines.
2022-23 Part-Time Lecturer Pool - Concrete Industry Management Program Chico
The Concrete Industry Management Program in College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Construction Management is collecting application materials for a pool of part-time lecturers with positions available as determined by need during the 2022-23 academic year. Successful candidates will be able to teach a range of courses related to the concrete industry and its management principles. The programs curriculum is intended to prepare professionals for the concrete industry who have strong fundamental knowledge of concrete technology, management, safety, and business administration along with teamwork and life-long learning skills. California State University, Chico is seeking faculty who are competent in their field, collaborative with colleagues and staff, and committed to student success. Appointments from the part-time pool are temporary and often made just prior to the start of the academic term.
Staff Council Office Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) 10/12, REPOSTED Chico
Staff Council (STAC) at California State University, Chico, champions for staff and serves the local community through service projects. STAC plans events to create a positive impact on staff culture and morale, seeks out and responds to ideas and suggestions, and helps recognize staff. STAC also raises funds and collects items for impactful service projects. View examples of STAC events and activities at https://www.csuchico.edu/stac/. This position is the sole support for the Office of Staff Council and has July and January off. This position assists the executive board with the development, progression, management, and conclusion of programs and projects initiated by the board and membership to achieve the mission of Staff Council. Staff Council conducts numerous service and recognition programs throughout the year.
Team Leader - Cheer Club (Casual Worker) 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.
EOP Admissions Specialist (Student Services Professional II) Chico
This position performs moderately complex professional student service work and activities under general supervision. Responsibilities include academic monitoring and student advising, supervision of student employees, and admissions application coordination. This is a task oriented position within a fast paced office with many deadlines. The incumbent will provide support to applicants as they apply for admission to EOP and the University. Additionally, this individual will also perform some outreach/recruitment activities which may require some travel. The incumbent will prepare materials and present information in one-on-one and group settings, to students, stakeholders and community organizations. The incumbent will maintain, track and evaluate statistics and information, prepare reports and correspondence and perform day-to-day duties promoting the program's mission. The incumbent will need to be sensitive to academically and culturally disadvantaged non-traditional students and their families. The EOP Admissions Specialist will need to multi-task and prioritize their work in accordance with the needs of the office.
2022-2023 Assistant Coach Pool (all sports) – Intercollegiate Athletics Chico
Chico State Athletics is collecting application materials for a pool of Assistant Coaches with positions available as determined by need during the 2022-23 academic year. Appointments are non-tenured and renewable annually dependent upon satisfactory performance, budget considerations, enrollment, and programmatic need.
Instructional Technology (Information Technology Consultant-Career) ON-CAMPUS ONLY Chico
Under general direction of the Academic Technology Officer, the incumbent will provide technical and pedagogical support for faculty using campus-standard academic technology including, but not limited to, the Learning Management System (Canvas and/or Blackboard Learn), Zoom, Kaltura, Google and other software such as web browsers, Microsoft, and media applications (graphics, video, etc). The ITC will consult with faculty, providing trouble-shooting, training and instructional design. The ITC will works with faculty in designing, developing, and integrating academic technology wisely into courses using various modes of instruction (in-person, hyflex, ChicoFlex, fully online). The ITC uses the CSU Quality Learning and Teaching (QLT) rubric and offers other best practices in the following areas: accessibility, diversity, equity, inclusion, student engagement, and closing equity gaps. The ITC will support equal opportunity practices, providing culturally-competent professional development for faculty to improve student learning outcomes where applicable with technology. The ITC will also develop tutorials, step-by-step guides and videos on how to use academic technology tools in the teaching and learning environment. Responsibilities include collaboration and teamwork with faculty, TLP staff, TLP student assistants, IT's Learning Technologies, Faculty Development and the campus community in general. The ITC will work with faculty face-to-face, by phone and in online environments such as Zoom, to accomplish training, consultation, and support of current and emerging technologies.
Police Sergeant (Sergeant) On-Campus Applicants Only Chico
Working independently, and along with other Officers and University Police Officials this position is responsible for ensuring the protection and public safety of CSU, students, faculty, staff, property, and members of the general public who visit our campus by conducting departmental and law enforcement duties.
Senior Philanthropy Officer (Administrator II) Chico
Reporting to the Senior Director of Philanthropy | Colleges and Units, and in close consultation with the appropriate college deans, the Senior Philanthropy Office is responsible for planning and implementing individual, multi-year, major gift, and annual leadership giving fund-raising efforts for the colleges. This position is responsible for the identification, qualification, cultivation, and solicitation of prospective and current donors. The successful candidate will be a hands-on major gift and annual leadership gift officer with demonstrated fund-raising experience and capable of handling a portfolio of 150 + suspects and prospects. In addition to front-line fundraising, the director will collaborate with fellow Philanthropy Officers, outreach coordinators and central advancement staff in prospect research, stewardship, and the annual fund. This position expected to secure a minimum of $1.5 million in gifts through a combination of cash, in-kind and bequest gifts.
Administrative Support Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) Chico
Working independently under general supervision of the Director, provides wide-ranging administrative support covering the general day-to-day operations for the Cross-Cultural Leadership Center. Duties are performed with independence and responsibility for interpretation and implementation of the unit's policies, procedures, and guidelines. Independent judgment in determining whether an activity or issue is within the campus and University policies, procedures, and guidelines is necessary. The incumbent is often evaluated on the end results of his/her work assignments and the assignments of others.
Associate VP for Facilities & Capital Projects (Administrator III) Chico
The AVP for Facilities & Capital Projects/Executive Facilities Officer requires a combination of dynamic leadership, exceptional communication and team-building skills, creative and strategic thinking, and a bias for planning & problem-solving. This is a boundary-spanning role which links all divisions across campus, the CSU system, major design and construction partners, and the broader community. The position demands both short- and long-term vision, necessary for decision-making which will affect how Chico State's physical master plan serves and supports the campus now and in the future. 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.
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 (Nurse Practitioner) 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.

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