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Director of Adaptive Dispute Resolutions (Administrator II) REPOSTED 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 get to 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 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.
Director of Project and Change Management (Administrator II) REPOSTED Chico
The Division of Information Technology is seeking an experienced, reliable, self-motivated Director of the Project and Change Management Office (PCMO) to join our dynamic team! This position will work closely with the Vice President, Associate Vice President, project managers, IT staff and campus colleagues. The director of PCMO will raise awareness of change management by working with key IT leaders CSU, Chico leaders and stakeholder. This position will also develop, design and deliver system wide training to promote the value and understanding of change management. As a member of the DOIT management team this position must demonstrate strong leadership, supervision, organizational, planning and mentoring skills. In addition, this position must have superior written and oral communication skills, and represent CSU, Chico in a highly professional manner. We offer a competitive benefits package which includes: Sick leave, 24 paid vacation days per year, low or no cost health/vision/dental insurance, CalPERS Retirement, tuition fee waiver, and 14 paid holidays. Come be a part of our Wildcat family today!
Associate Vice President of Information Technology (Administrator III) Chico
The Division of Information Technology is seeking an experienced, reliable, self-motivated Associate Vice President to join our dynamic team! This position will work closely with the Vice President, President, partners, clients, and staff. The AVP of IT will represent the Vice President and the Division of IT across campus and within the CSU system. This key leadership role requires someone who can oversee the operational responsibility for the IT Division, someone with excellent leadership, organizational and conflict management skills and who is task-oriented, communicative, professional, and capable of prioritizing tasks. 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. Come join our Wildcat family and be a part of something great!
Coordinator, Center for Technology Equity (Administrative Analyst/Specialist-EI) Chico
Working independently, under the general supervision of the Director, Technology Equity & Inclusion (TEIN), the Coordinator, Center for Technology Equity is responsible for ensuring that the Chico State community have equal access to technology as well as the training necessary to navigate digital tools with the aim to improving enrollment, retention, student success, and graduation objectives at Chico State. This position will assist in leading the creation and facilitation of a one-stop shop in partnership with campus stakeholders and will guide access to a comprehensive technology ecosystem in support of in classroom and out of classroom activities. This position will have a firm understanding of the inclusive/equitable technology needs of students, staff, and faculty. Designing and developing a structure to deliver high quality services in digital literacy, connectivity, devices, technology training, and hardware/software tools is required of this position. The coordinator will perform both functional and administrative tasks to ensure functionality and efficiency of center operations. The ability to be a link and guide for the students of Chico State on their educational journey is paramount to success of this position.
Analyst/Programmer (Analyst/Programmer-Expert) REPOSTED Chico
Working independently, under general direction of the Assistant Vice President for Advancement Services, Planned Giving and Annual Fund, the Analyst/Programmer manages the complete software development process from conception to deployment as a full-stack developer. This will include analysis, design, development, integration, testing, documentation and supports systems and technology-based solutions to meet the users’ needs including web applications, associated databases, and related enterprise systems. These systems, complex software processes, and reports execute independently and/or as part of a larger, mission-critical, information system. Oracle databases are utilized and Authentication/Authorization can vary depending upon program and end-user requirements (designs have utilized Active Directory, LDAP, CAS, Shibboleth, as well as Database Role Providers). Oracle Apex is used for application development with many applications in production. The incumbent will utilize several different languages and tool-sets. The primary tool-set utilized for web application development is Microsoft Visual Studio with a Model-View-Controller (MVC) software pattern in the programming language of C# (C-Sharp). The incumbent will also provide on-going technical support to end users and colleagues. Incumbents at the expert level work almost completely independently on the most complex problems and work assignments. Advancement Services and Annual Fund is responsible for coordinating and helping the University Advancement Division regarding technology, resources, and services to support learning, research, and general business operations of the university. Advancement Services and Annual Fund will help with any data reporting, application development, vendor 3rd party maintenance and integrations between applications within the Division.
2023-24 Part-Time Lecturer Pool - Department of Anthropology Chico
The Anthropology Department in the College of Behavioral and Social Science is collecting application materials for a pool of part-time lecturers with positions available as determined by need during the 2023-24 academic year. We seek to fill Anthropology courses level 100 through 400 and internships in our four subfields: Archaeology, Biological, Cultural and Museum Studies. Appointments from the part-time pool are temporary and often made just prior to the start of the academic term.
Associate Director of Administration (Administrator II) Chico
Under general direction of the Executive Director of University Housing (UH), the Associate Director of UH Administration is responsible for directing the financial activities and operations of the Administration unit in University Housing. This position supervises a 7-9 person staff, works with parents and students to resolve housing-related issues, and plays a major role in the move-in/move-out process for students in the residence hall. The Associate Director recommends or establishes financial strategies, objectives, policies, and modifications for existing policies or new programs, and works with other managers, across functional lines, to effect process improvement. Additionally, incumbent has overall responsibility for marketing University Housing "Chico Preview Day" and "Choose Chico" day events. The Associate Director is responsible for planning, developing, managing, monitoring, and maintaining budgets of approximately 38 million dollars including: department’s Dormitory Revenue Fund, the Building Maintenance and Equipment Reserve account, as well as the Meal Plan Trust, and has signature authority for all department operations. UH financial operations include; purchasing, occupancy management, marketing, information systems, conference programs, and food service contract administration. All management staff in University Housing demonstrate a commitment to the University Housing living experience which enhances the educational and social experiences of the residential student population. Incumbent will be asked to articulate and translate the department's mission, values and diversity statement into programs and services for which this position has direct responsibility.
Sr Coordinator for Leadership and Engagement (Student Services Professional IV) ON-CAMPUS ONLY Chico
Working independently, under general direction of the Associate Director for Residence Life, the Senior Coordinator of Leadership and Engagement will perform highly complex professional student services work in individual and group settings, reviewing the most difficult individual, group or organizational problems, developing and recommending courses of action, and implementing proposed solutions. The incumbent develops, recommends, and implements comprehensive processes for the CSU, Chico residential life program which serves a residence population comprised of approximately 2,300 students. This position has broad high-level decision making authority which affects the long-term success of the residential life program. The incumbent works independently, takes initiative, and contributes broadly to the mission, vision, and values of the University Housing department, while assisting the Associate Director with departmental planning efforts and operational oversight. The incumbent is responsible for dealing with sensitive and complex issues in their assigned areas and is part of a 24-hour emergency on-call rotation. Primary duties include: Lead work direction of five Residence Life Coordinators (SSP Il) and the HUB Program Coordinator (SSPIII). Oversight of all academic and theme-based communities, Community Development curriculum, and University Housing mail room. Direct supervision of 3 Student Assistants and indirect supervision of 170 student employees.
Administrative Support Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) ON-CAMPUS ONLY Chico
Working independently under the general supervision of the Department Chair, incumbent oversees the administrative functions and clerical operations of the Department of Anthropology, maintains and reconciles the department budget, and provides support to the Department Chair, tenure track faculty, lecturers, teaching associates and lab staff.
Equipment Systems Specialist (Equipment Systems Specialist-Career) ON CAMPUS ONLY Chico
The Equipment Systems Specialist supports the College of Humanities and Fine Arts (HFA) and the Department of Music and Theatre (MUTA) Recording Arts audio/recording studios/spaces and directly related computer and equipment needs (digital or analog). The incumbent will work closely with the Associate Dean to research, purchase, install, update, format, and administer the computers and audio/recording studio and equipment and software that HFA currently owns. The incumbent will be responsible for providing technical support and pertinent research/consultation, including the installation, maintenance, software updates, modification, preventative maintenance, and repair of equipment (if possible), products and/or systems (digital or analog) owned by the College of Humanities and Fine Arts/MUTA directly utilized in Recording studios and associated spaces. Technical System may be electromechanical or computerized (e.g., computer and peripheral equipment, telecommunications and network devices, digital and analog audio and video equipment and related transmission equipment and systems) and typically are integrated with or interconnected to larger systems.
Information Security Analyst (Information Technology Consultant-Carrer) REPOSTED Chico
Under general direction of the Information Security Officer, the Information Security Analyst researches, develops, implements, and maintains security systems to ensure protection of University systems and the confidential information in the custody of the University. The incumbent will participate in risk assessments and technical audits to identify potential risks and help design protections against identified risks. The Information Security Analyst works collaboratively with technical and non-technical members of the University community to review business processes, implement security policies, document procedures, and design best practices related for the protection of sensitive information assets. The incumbent will assist with incident responses, investigations, and reporting. The incumbent will advise departments on institutional policies, regulatory compliance, and security best practices, providing training as necessary. The incumbent will assist with the maintenance and expansion of the security awareness and training program, providing frequent training sessions. The Information Security Analyst contributes to the development, implementation, and maintenance of security standards, practices, and procedures.
Lead Salesforce Developer (Analyst/Programmer-Expert) REPOSTED 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.
Director, Academic Personnel Labor Relations (Administrator II) Chico
Do you enjoy working on a variety of tasks each day? Are you interested in finding solutions to create a collegial, positive work environment for university faculty? Do you want to work with a wide array of colleagues, including college deans, faculty, and professional staff? If a variety of fast-moving tasks each day appeals to you, please come join a collaborative, good-humored team of faculty personnel professionals at California State University, Chico. In this position, you will get to investigate academic personnel employment-related matters, evaluate collective bargaining grievances, manage relationships with employee unions, advise administrators on academic personnel issues, and help coordinate the path for international faculty to receive their H1-B status as their first step towards a permanent residency. The ideal candidate will possess strong oral and written communication, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills, a strong legal or labor relations background, and an ability to interpret policies and collective bargaining agreements and work both autonomously and collaboratively. 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.
Marketing Cloud Developer (Analyst/Programmer-Expert) Chico
Enterprise Applications is seeking an experienced, reliable, self-motivated Marketing Cloud Administrator. This position will work closely with University Communications, outside consultants, our internal Salesforce team, and the rest of our talented Enterprise Applications team to implement and maintain our new Marketing Cloud instance. This project is a strategic initiative for the University and is intended to significantly enhance our enrollment and retention efforts and improve student success. Information Technology is a growing division that faces new challenges as it evolves, and Enterprise Applications focuses on the building blocks of applications and tools that improve the productivity of employees across the campus. This position requires someone who is task-oriented, communicative, professional, and capable of prioritizing tasks in a fast-paced environment. The daily tasks will include a range of responsibilities including planning and coordinating projects, participating in business process analysis, building and maintaining stakeholder relationships, technical configuration and troubleshooting, and collaborating with other technical teams on architectural decisions. 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. Join our team and be part of this amazing Chico State family!
Assistant Professor Position in the College of Agriculture – Animal Science Program Chico
The Animal Science Program at California State University, Chico, is seeking an assistant professor, tenure track, that has a passion for hands-on undergraduate education. Our educational program is closely integrated with our University Farm, an 800-acre living laboratory of diversified agriculture. Position start date is Fall 2023.
Assistant Professor Position in the Department of Sociology Chico
The Sociology Department in the College of Behavioral & Social Sciences at California State University, Chico is seeking an assistant professor of sociology beginning Fall 2023. Areas sought: social psychology, medical sociology, and applied sociology
Assistant or Associate Professor Position in School of Nursing Chico
The School of Nursing in the College of Natural Sciences at California State University, Chico is seeking an Assistant or Associate Professor beginning Fall 2023.
Assistant or Associate Professor Position– Master in Public Administration Chico
The Political Science and Criminal Justice Department in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences at California State University, Chico is seeking an assistant or associate professor to teach in the Master's in Public Administration program beginning August 17, 2023. Candidates with experience or an interest in teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in any of the following are especially welcome: health policy/health administration, criminal justice, or the intersection of the two.
Assistant Program Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs (Student Services Professional II) Chico
We are seeking a new member to join our team in the Student Life and Leadership department at California State University, Chico! In this exciting role, the candidate will get to work directly with students and student leaders and introduce them to the opportunities found in joining a fraternity or sorority on a college campus. The successful candidate will become a part of the collaborative team that is Student Life and Leadership, as well as the strong partnership with the lead programmer in Fraternity and Sorority Affairs. This position works directly with student participants and leaders in Greek life, as well as advising colleagues, student support colleagues, community organizations and national level organizations. The ideal candidate has knowledge of Greek life operations, a passion for student development, and excellent collaborative and partnership skills. 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.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Mechanical or Mechatronic Engineering or Advanced Manufacturing Chico
The Department of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing in the College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Construction Management at California State University, Chico is seeking an Assistant or Associate Professor of Mechanical or Mechatronic Engineering or Advanced Manufacturing beginning Fall 2023.

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