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Assistant Vice President of Special Projects (Administrator II) On-Campus Applicants Only Chico
The Assistant Vice President of Special Projects 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, and the broader Chico/Butte County community. The Assistant Vice President of Special Projects demands both short- and long-term vision, necessary for decision-making which will affect how Chico State's B&F Division serves and supports the campus now and in the future. This position handles internal B&F process improvements, cross-divisional campus special projects, CSU system enhancements, and public external representations, as assigned by the VPBF. In all instances, a high level of integrity and professionalism is inherently necessary in order to successfully carry out this role.
Coordinator of Housing Services (Student Services Professional III) Chico
Under general direction of the Associate Director for Administration the responsibilities of this position will focus on four core functions: Prospective Resident Services, Current Resident Services, Parent Services, Marketing Services, and Conference Services. The incumbent will be relied upon to provide insight, leadership, direction, and coordination to areas of responsibility as well as UH and campus community. Will recommend solutions to unique and sometimes sensitive issues, as well as independently and collaboratively resolve complex problems through the use of highly developed communication skills and personal contacts. Work may include late night, early morning, and weekend commitment as situations dictate/require.
Administrative Support Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) Chico
This position, under general supervision will: - Support the chair of the Department on the CSU, Chico campus; - Work independently to provide essential front-line administrative support to department's faculty and students; - Provide oversight of daily operation; - Maintain confidentiality of personnel matters; Other duties include administrative, faculty and student support, advisory board and student organization support and public contact.
Analyst/Programmer (Analyst/Programmer-Career) Chico
As a career-level position, the incumbent works relatively independently and possesses the experience to be fully proficient in performing most of the work assignments. The primary responsibility of this position is to Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) data from various systems and form the data that may be useful for the user and organizational information (reporting) needs. Data Services is an organization under Office of Institutional Research (IR) and the Division of Information Technology (IT). Data Services serves organizations across the campus including Business and Finance, Human Resources, and Student Services in their data and reporting needs. Data Services may also participate in CSU system-wide data initiatives requiring both collaboration and alignment or our data, tools, and techniques used as they develop. Data Services utilizes several different programming languages and tools and knowledge from other systems is often transferable. The current data warehousing and reporting tools are IBM InfoSphere (Metadata), Data Stage (ETL), and both Cognos Analytics and Tableau for business intelligence (BI). This position is primarily focused upon the efficient use of ETL and the data warehouse design and may evolve as the business changes. Data Services uses programming languages/scripts/syntax such as SQL (Oracle and Microsoft SQL), Python, Java, and C#. Data Services incorporates data from multiple sources, conducts the data model design, interviews and interacts with clients, and supports the university with learning, research, and business operations. Tools and programming change over time, requiring the incumbent to update skills and tools through training and knowledge transfer.
Office Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) Chico
Under general administrative direction of the Director of Administrative Services WCHC, this position will perform a variety of complex administrative duties as well as clerical functions to support the mission of the WCHC. This position will be responsible for a wide variety of WCHC project activities including their initiation, execution, coordination, implementation, and evaluation. In addition, this position will serve as the Lead for the Health Information Management (HIM) department of the WCHC.
Administrative Support Assistant (Administrative Support Assistant II) Chico
Under general instruction, this position provides administrative support for the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Student Support Services (SSS), the Foster Youth Program/PATH Scholars and the Dream Center. Incumbent provides direction to front desk student employees, preparing staff and student payroll, ordering office supplies, preparing print requests, room and appointment scheduling, uses various platforms (social media, email, announcements) to deliver messages to our students and provides front line contact for all EOP, SSS, FYP/PATH, Dream students, applicants, the campus, and general public.
Associate Director, MESA Program (Student Services Professional III) Chico
Working independently, under the general direction of the Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Sciences Program Director (MESA), the Associate Director assists with the recruitment and retention of MEP students. Incumbent mentors and coaches students, providing guidance, in one-on-one and group settings, of a highly complex nature, where guidelines and policies may not exist; develops student success plans that are multifaceted and cross interdisciplinary lines; conducts student orientation activities; oversees tutoring program (5-6 Tutors); serves as the MEP advisor to student organizations; maintains, tracks and manages statistics related to MEP program and prepares relevant reports and supplementary materials; conducts day-to-day administrative functions for the MEP office; conducts outreach activities; and develops creative solutions to support economically disadvantaged students, pursuing post-secondary education.
Director of Adaptive Dispute Resolutions (Administrator II) Chico
The mission of the Equal Opportunity and Dispute Resolution (EODR) office is to ensure that the University’s implementation of equal opportunity and other compliance laws promotes and furthers the University’s priority of equity, diversity, and inclusion. EODR is charged with providing vision, leadership, and support to the University as it works to achieve its goal of being a welcoming and caring campus where all members of the University family belong. As part of the EODR office, the Director of Adaptive Dispute Resolutions will develop, implement, and manage an Adaptive Resolution program built on the theory of restorative justice for bias incidents or other Title IX/DHR based harm. The will develop and ensure delivery of proactive preventative education programs intended to reduce incidents of Title IX and DHR related harm. Provide supportive measures for individuals involved in bias or other Title IX/DHR matters.
Marketing & Communications Coordinator (Public Affairs/Communication Specialist III) Chico
Working independently, under the general direction of the Executive Director of University Public Engagement (UPE), the Marketing and Communications Coordinator develops, coordinates, and facilitates the implementation of marketing campaigns, branding, and public and campus messaging for University Public Engagement (UPE) with a primary focus on Chico Performances, North State Symphony, and Commencement. Incumbent develops marketing and public relations strategies and materials to successfully promote UPE, Chico Performances, and North State Symphony with a goal of selling tickets and creating a positive public image in support of the mission and business models of UPE and its arts presenting projects. Incumbent serves as the Production Coordinator of the Chico Performances and North State Symphony season brochures and sales campaigns. The position crafts and supports commencement communication working with UPE communicators and campus wide communicators directing communication to graduates, parents and patrons, community, and media. Incumbent develops positive working relationships with external and internal stakeholders, such as patrons, artists, artists' representatives, community media outlets, donors, corporate sponsors, independent contractors, university staff and faculty, and works collaboratively with the UPE management team, to achieve marketing, sales, development, and engagement goals for the department.
Office Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) Chico
Working independently under the general supervision of the Director of Admissions, incumbent is responsible for coordinating administrative support functions for the Office of Admissions. Incumbent also maintains department budget information, monitors and reconciles financial data, and prepares monthly budget reports. Additional responsibilities include supervision of student employees, coordination of personnel functions, maintenance of student payroll records, and support for department events and travel. The Office of Admissions consists of approximately 25 total professional employees of various classifications (including MPPs, SSPs, ASCs, and Evaluators) and an additional 20 student employees in various roles.
Director of Student Conduct, Rights & Responsibilities (Administrator II) Chico
Under the general supervision of the Associate Vice President (AVP) for Student Support Services, the Director of Student Conduct, Rights, and Responsibilities (SCRR) will oversee/direct the office of SCRR. The Director oversees and conducts student disciplinary hearings, facilitates grievance proceedings, adjudicates student disciplinary referrals involving violations of Title 5, California Code of Education, conducts Title IX/Discrimination, Harassment & Retaliation (DHR) conduct hearings for incidents involving students, and oversees all conduct proceedings related to Title IX. Incumbent works collaboratively and effectively with students, faculty, staff, parents and the public. The Director will work collaboratively with SCRR staff on the development and implementation of policies and procedures for the department.
Office Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) Chico
Working independently under general supervision of the Director of WellCat Counseling Center (WCCC), provides wide-ranging administrative support, including maintaining budget records, fiscal oversight and budgetary analysis, payroll preparation and oversight, human resource documentation, and providing lead work direction and supervising student employees. 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. Administrative support projects often involve coordinating, prioritizing, and monitoring through their completion with accountability for end results and work performed by others.
Public Affairs/Communication Specialist (Public Affairs/Communication Specialist II) Chico
Working independently under general supervision, incumbent is primarily involved directly in developing, writing and/or editing a variety of print or electronically-based communication materials for CME and its department and programs, as well as coordinating related public affairs, media, community relations and marketing activities. Incumbent is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with relevant internal and external constituents to ensure that the public and College alums receive relevant, timely, and positive information about the university and its programs. as well as other specific responsibilities relative to the ongoing management of communication materials on the College web-site. Additionally, the incumbent provides a variety of administrative support for the College of Communication and Education (CME) Dean, Associated Dean, Senior Assistant to the Dean, staff, faculty and students for outreach, philanthropy, and marketing efforts. This position independently coordinates CME events, the CME scholarship process time line, tracks and reconciles CME University Foundation Project budgets and expenditures. Incumbent also provides support to Development with fundraising activities, researching potential donors, maintaining a tracking system for major donor prospects and suspects, donor stewardship, event management, support of travel plans and maintaining the Development annual budget.
Public Affairs/Communication Specialist (Public Affairs/Communication Specialist III) Chico
Working independently, under general direction of the Dean of the College of Behavioral & Social Sciences (BSS), this position is responsible for leading, planning and executing a comprehensive and effective external relations program that supports and enhances long-term objectives and increases the visibility of BSS. These responsibilities include public relations, marketing communications, community outreach, digital marketing and event activities, including, but not limited to: fundraising and friend-raising events. Responsibilities include professionally and strategically working with BSS staff, faculty, students, stakeholders, volunteers, and sponsors to coordinate events, scholarships, and publications. Incumbent is responsible for all BSS events, with broad visible impact, with duties including, but not limited to: initiation, execution, implementation, logistics, marketing, evaluation, and budget tracking. The scope of duties are varied and multifaceted and may require off-campus travel and evening/weekend hours to attend meetings and/or coordinate events.
Executive Assistant to the Chief of Staff (Confidential Administrative Support II) Chico
Working independently under general supervision, the incumbent serves as the Executive Assistant and advisor to the Chief of Staff, handling issues of complex, confidential, and sensitive nature. The incumbent provides executive administrative support, logistics support, operational support, and communications support to the Chief of Staff. The incumbent works closely with Vice Presidents, Associate Vice Presidents, and the CSU, Chancellor's Office. The incumbent serves as the primary point of contact for the Chief of Staff with the University's internal stakeholders (faculty, staff, students) as well as external stakeholders (government agencies, universities and schools, and community organizations and leaders). The essential duties require the incumbent to interpret and apply complex operating policies and procedures, perform research, prepare reports with recommended courses of action, make in­depth analytical studies and investigations which may have broad impact, and make recommendations for changes in policy or procedures. The incumbent is also responsible for immediate problem solving, using independent, practical, and thorough judgment in solving urgent issues in the President's Office.
Financial Aid Advisor (Student Service Professional III) Chico
Under general direction, the Financial Aid Advisor performs complex Student Services professional work characterized by independent student advisement and guidance in individual and group settings. Using an integrated student service model, the Financial Aid Advisor independently counsels and advises a widely diverse population on complex federal, state, and institutional financial and student-related matters. Responsibilities include program planning and development, overall management and compliance of assigned programs, coordinating with outreach and committee functions, as well as directing the program-related work of the financial aid analysts and student employees.
Associate Registrar (Administrator II) Chico
Under general direction of the University Registrar, the Associate Registrar is responsible for planning, prioritizing, and overseeing the functions of the Academic Publications & Scheduling Services; the Assistant Registrar for Records, Registration, and Communications; and the Assistant Registrar for Graduation Advising, Degree Audit Programming, and Articulation units under the Office of the Registrar. This position provides leadership, direction and serves as key contact for the Office of the Registrar. The Associate Registrar participates in planning activities, assessment of goals and initiatives, supports the strategic plan for Enrollment Management Services, and ensures high quality customer service within the Office of the Registrar.
WellCat Safe Place Advocate/Administrator (Administrator I) Chico
Under the general direction of the AVP of Student Support Programs, 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.
Student Organization Assistant Program Coordinator (Student Services Professional II) Chico
Under the general supervision of the Director of Student Life and Leadership (SLL) and with work lead direction from the Student Organization Program Coordinator, incumbent plans, coordinates and completes work objectives, as directed; assists in the advising and coordination of 200 or more recognized University Student Organizations, and Student Life and Leadership (SLL), implements leadership programs; represents SLL and assists with various orientation and promotional events, including pre/post event coordination of equipment, facilities, outdoor spaces, materials, etc., assuring events are conducted in compliance with time, place, manner, and freedom of speech concerns on campus; conducts workshops, provides guidance and compliance training to members of University recognized student organizations; provides technical/functional direction to student paraprofessionals assigned to the Student Life office; reviews issues related to organizational or individual violation of campus policies, assists in the evaluation and recommendation for individual or club discipline and assists with the planning and implementation of Wildcat Welcome activities. Completes special projects, as assigned.
Administrative Support Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) REVISED Chico
Working under general supervision, incumbent performs a full range of moderate to complex clerical work assignments in support of Social Work programs including the Bachelor's of Social Work (BSW), Master's of Social Work (MSW), Social Work Field, and Distributed Learning Programs. Incumbent will serve as the key contact for students, staff, faculty, and visitors, maintain office equipment and supplies, serve as the back-up for the S4 database which houses all of the Social Work Field Placements, process student payroll, schedule appointments, take meeting minutes, complete travel requests and claims in both Concur and CSE, coordinate meeting space, compose reports and correspondence, and maintain information in paper and electronic forms, including the use of database applications. Incumbent will assist with tracking, spending, and reconciliation of Professional Development money. Incumbent will exercise some control over both the technical and administrative aspects of the work. Objectives may be set for the position, but the incumbent works independently. The methods of performing tasks are frequently left to the judgment of the employee with the supervisor giving occasional instruction or advice on decisions.

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