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Payroll Coordinator (Administrative Support Assistant II) Chico
Working independently under general supervision of the Manager of Budget & Finance, this position performs a full range of moderately complex payroll and administrative duties for Facilities Management and Services (FMS). Responsible for maintaining a high level of confidentiality while performing day to day duties include preparing staff and student payroll for processing, monitoring and tracking personnel and financial information, reconciling financial data, preparing reports and projections. Contacts involve coordinating and working with individuals at all levels within the organization, and may include providing training to all levels in payroll procedures. Facilities Management and Services is a large, multifaceted, department consisting of approximately 220 +/- employees working various shifts and providing diverse administrative and operational services campus wide.
Network Manager (Network Analyst-Expert) REPOSTED Chico
This position is responsible for overall research, strategic planning, design, management, installation, on-going analysis, administration, and development of the campus local and wide area networks (voice and data). This position also has lead responsibilities providing work assignments to the networking team and supervising the progress of assigned tasks.
Administrative Support (Administrative Support Coordinator II) Chico
This position, working independently under general direction, is responsible for performing essential duties for the Department of Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing (MMEM) at Chico State, and organizes and oversees the activities of the department while fielding questions from prospective students, parents and the general public. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, processing and assisting with tasks related to budget, travel, purchasing, office/administrative/faculty/student support, course scheduling/enrollment/reporting, student hiring and payroll processes, and event scheduling.
Administrative Support (Administrative Support Coordinator II) Chico
Working independently under general direction, this position provides essential front-line support in the College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Construction Management (ECC) dean's office, as well as general support to the college's seven academic departments/programs, three technician shops, two student success centers, 100+ instructional faculty, 20+ support staff and administrators, and 2400 majors. This position provides continuity and stability within the college by serving as a resource for students, staff, faculty, administrators, and visitors. The ASC coordinates critical processes related to curriculum and retention/tenure/promotion (RTP) for faculty, and supports the administrative needs of the tech shops and the Engineering Student Success Center (ESSC). The ASC supports the Dean, Associate Dean, AA/S, and PA/CS with daily office functions including, but not limited to: student payroll, purchasing, travel, event support, class scheduling and faculty workload.
Director of Campaign Initiatives and Advocacy (Administrator II) REVISED Chico
Do you have a passion for education and supporting the people and programs that make Chico State special? We are seeking a dynamic and results-oriented leader to join the University Advancement team. As Director of Advancement Initiatives and Campaign Administration, your administrative and people skills will play a vital role in planning, building and implementing the next campaign for Chico State. Working with Advancement staff, campus leaders, and frontline fundraisers, you’ll be instrumental in helping to strengthen Advancement infrastructure to support the entire division. To accomplish this goal, you will work closely with all departments of University Advancement and use your strong administrative and fundraising skills to succeed. The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced, dynamic team and excels at both independent and collaborative work, creative problem-solving, and strategic relationship building.
AVP of Enrollment Management (Administrator III) Chico
Under the general direction of the Vice President for Student Affairs, the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management serves as a member of the Vice President for Student Affairs leadership team and provides administration and leadership to Enrollment Management Services departments: Academic Advising Programs, Financial Aid and Scholarship Office, Office of Admissions, and Office of the Registrar. The AVP is directly responsible for managing the strategic enrollment management plan and is expected to exercise significant judgment in the development and implementation of administrative policies and procedures relating to University, CSU, state, and federal laws, mandates, and priorities. Overall strategic enrollment planning and integration requires building close working relationships with Student Affairs, Provost's Academic Council, department chairs, Institutional Research, Information Resources, and the University Budget Office. The AVP is a key collaborator to develop and maintain student information and document management systems, constituent relationship management systems, vendor software integration, and institutional data security, analysis, and reporting. The AVP is a member of the Enrollment Management Advisory Committee, University Budget Committee, and the Graduation Initiative 2025 Advisory Team focused on student success, retention, and graduation, and is the enrollment planning and reporting officer to the CSU Chancellor's Office; consults with and advises executive management and administration on divisional strategy and accomplishing divisional objectives, and critical and sensitive issues; coordinates development of plans and assessment procedures including program evaluation and review, outcomes measures for the division, and preparation of annual reports; and performs other duties as assigned.
Director of Special Projects (Administrator I) Chico
Under general oversight the Director, 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 Director, 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.
FSA Program Coordinator (Student Services Professional III) Chico
The department Student Life & Leadership is looking for a Coordinator to work with our Fraternity & Sorority Affairs Program. We want someone who loves to advise organizations, coordinate events, and help enrich the future of our students and the Chico State Greek Community! This position will include a range of responsibilities including: advising Greek Organizations, overseeing Greek recruitments, event planning, program administration, budget, and compliance. The ideal candidate will have good communication and follow through, be detail-oriented, enjoy working with college students, and understand the importance and value of Fraternities and Sororities. If this sounds like you, come join our team today and be a part of enriching the college experience at Chico State!
Office Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) Chico
Working independently under general supervision, the Office Coordinator has the lead responsibility for coordinating the administrative and clerical functions of the College of Agriculture (COA). Incumbent provides support to the Dean, Associate Dean, Program Coordinator/Chair (PC), Administrative Analyst/Specialist (AA/S), External Relations Director, Student Success and Retention office, lab support staff, and approximately twenty full-time and twenty part-time faculty. Duties include preparing and maintaining course schedules and curriculum updates and changes, monitoring and reconciling operating expense budget, processing and reconciling monthly student payroll for student assistant/work study students, preparing contracts for instructional support students, and coordinating office technology.
Capital Project/Accounts Receivable Technician (Accounting Technician III) Chico
Working independently, under direction of the Manager of Budget & Finance, the Capital Projects and Accounts Receivable Technician provides journey-level record-keeping support including monitoring, compiling, reviewing, reconciling and reporting financial transactions for Facilities Management and Services (FMS). Incumbent will perform technical record-keeping tasks related to campus minor and major capital projects and work orders, consistent with standard practice and established guidelines. Incumbent will verify support documents, record costs, answer questions, maintain billing information in the Common Maintenance Management System (CMMS), and review transactions in the Common Financial System (CFS) for accuracy. Working with the department Budget & Finance Manager, Director of Business Operations, and various project managers, incumbent will maintain accuracy of project budgets, process purchase requisitions, verify chartfield strings, process invoices and change orders. Incumbent also assists with maintenance and operation of integrated financial systems and/or other types of records management systems, such as the Common Maintenance Management System (Web TMA) and PeopleSoft, used by the department, and/or CSU, Chico to monitor information. Additionally, incumbent will perform general support duties for the department's Customer Service Center such as answering phones and serving as backup to receptionist, as needed. Facilities Management and Services (FMS) is a large, complex department consisting of approximately 220+/- employees working various shifts and providing diverse administrative and operational services campus wide.
Marketing and Communications Coordinator (Public Affairs/Communications Specialist III) Chico
Do you want to work with the most impassioned group of alumni in the California State University system? Chico State’s department of Alumni Engagement is looking for a strategic, creative thinker to enthusiastically market our events and promote the accomplishments of our 183,000+ alumni around the world. As the second-oldest campus in the CSU, our Wildcats go way, way back, and you’ll work closely with grads across generations and our small team to keep alumni connected to each other and the University while building even greater affinity for Chico State. With a strong marketing and writing background, this individual will be responsible for the development of a comprehensive, goal-driven strategy that includes digital communications, social media, storytelling, printed and promotional materials, and events support.
Data Scientist - Lead (Research Technician III) REVISED Chico
Reporting to the Senior Director of Institutional Research and Strategic Analytics, this position requires significant lead experience since they will be leading a team of Research Technicians in delivering actionable data making it easier for analytics and policy makers to quickly access and utilize data as knowledge in managing academic and operational functions. They will participate in ensuring data integrity and providing accurate, timely, and relevant data for internal use, mandatory state and federal reports, and external agencies, data exchange groups, and others as necessary. The incumbent will develop relationships and work closely with cross functional teams to create structured and reliable data sets which will allow the extraction of data. The Data Scientist develops, supports, and maintains simple to complex business intelligence queries and reports while partnering with stakeholders to define deliverables. This role will support the Senior Director of IRSA and campus constituents by bringing data sources together and using the necessary machine learning and AI tools, statistical and/or predictive modeling techniques.
Continuous Improvement Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist I) Chico
The Process Evaluation and Continuous Improvement team is looking for someone who loves identifying areas for improvement, analyzing processes, and working cross-collaboratively to drive positive change. Come be a part of our new Project and Change Management Office in our central Division of IT. The successful candidate will collaborate with various departments, helping to shape the future of our institution and contribute to our ongoing commitment to excellence. Previous Lean Six Sigma, change management, or business analyst work a plus!
Health Education Specialist (Student Services Professional III) Chico
Working independently, under general direction of the CAPE Administrator, the Health Education Specialist performs complex professional student services work. The Health Educator is responsible for leading the health and wellness promotion efforts for campus and cultivating a campus environment in which students feel educated and empowered to make healthy and responsible choices that contribute to their overall personal and academic success. Additionally, they serve as the Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Coordinator, developing and implementing strategies that target awareness, prevention, and treatment of the misuse of alcohol and other substances based on best practices and assessment of students challenged by alcohol and drug use. This program is committed to providing evidence-based educational programs and services that raise campus awareness about health and wellness, alcohol, drug and other substances.
Assistant or Associate Professor Position Department of Computer Animation and Game Development Chico
The Computer Animation and Game Development Program in the College of ECC at California State University, Chico is seeking a Game Development tenure-track faculty beginning August, 2024. We seek a candidate with experience in the game industry as well as a deep understanding of the game development process, Unity, Unreal, Agile Development, and iterative development.
Assistant Professor Environmental Science Education Chico
The Department of Science Education in the College of Natural Sciences at California State University, Chico is seeking an Assistant Professor of Environmental Science Education beginning Fall 2024. The minimum education requirement for this position is a terminal degree in Science Education with a Master’s in Environmental Science or a terminal degree in Environmental Science with emphasis in science education research.
2023-24 Part-Time Lecturer Pool Department of Science Education Chico
The Department of Science Education in the College of Natural Sciences is collecting application materials for a pool of part-time lecturers with positions available as determined by need during the 2023-24 academic year. Appointments from the part-time pool are temporary and often made just prior to the start of the academic term.
Police Dispatcher (Police Dispatcher I) REPOSTED Chico
Under general supervision, the Police Dispatcher provides essential dispatch communications critical to CSU, Chico Police Officers in the field; provides updated information in response to calls for service, routine and emergency situations, both on and off campus within immediate jurisdictional area; provides information to students, faculty, staff, campus departments and the general public in person and via telephone or other means of electronic communication; maintains records relating to all law enforcement and police department files. Work involves the use of automated/computerized dispatch and police information systems and databases to input and retrieve data. Incumbents are required to work independently, react quickly, and demonstrate good judgment and discretion in stressful situations. Provide records maintenance relating to all law enforcement and police department files.
EEO/DHR/TItle IX Investigator (Administrator I) Chico
The Title IX unit is looking for a new member to join their team of professionals! In this position, you will get to investigate potential civil rights violations, analyze evidence, and resolve employee and student concerns. You will also get to gain experience gathering evidence, interviewing diverse people regarding matters important to them, and develop writing and analytical skills. Come be a part of our team, working to prioritize the value of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in our practices. You will also have the opportunity to be a core member of our retention team, providing an avenue for fair, impartial, and timely resolution of civil rights-related complaints. The ideal candidate will have the ability to listen empathically, communicate with people from diverse backgrounds and abilities, have strong comprehension, writing, attention to detail, analytical skills, and the desire to work collaboratively in a team environment. 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.
Administrative Support for CORH and LANC (Administrative Support Coordinator II) Chico
Working independently under general direction, of the department chairs, incumbent works independently providing essential front line administrative support to the Comparative Religion and Humanities (CORH) Department and the Languages and Cultures (LANC) Department, providing continuity and stability to the departments. Duties include administrative support for: department budgets; curriculum, enrollment and scheduling; faculty appointment and recruitment and provides lead work direction to student assistants. Incumbent acts as the first point of contact for the department, providing customer service to students, visitors and the campus community at large.

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