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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.
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) Revised 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.
2022-23 Part-Time Lecturer Pool – Department of Media Arts, Design, and Technology Chico
The Media Arts, Design, and Technology Department in the College of Communication and Education is collecting application materials for a pool of part-time lecturers with positions available as determined by need during the 2022-23 academic year. The department has need for applicants who can teach an introduction to audio production and an upper division sustainable design course. Appointments from the part-time pool are temporary and often made just prior to the start of the academic term.
Registration & Customer Service Representative (Administrative Support Assistant II) REVISED Chico
Under general direction, the Registration and Customer Service Representative position provides customer service and registration assistance for all Professional & Continuing Education (PCE) programs. This position performs a wide range of moderately complex PeopleSoft registration tasks; processes fee payments; provides engaging customer service to students, faculty, and other PCE stakeholders; and provides administrative support for PCE management. Day-to-day work is performed relatively independently with general direction except for new assignments.
Women's Lacrosse Team Leader 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.
Recreational Sports Team Leader (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.
Budget Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist-EI) REVISED Chico
Working independently, under the supervision of the Assistant Vice President of Advancement Administration, the Administrative Analyst/Specialist provides a wide range of specialized administrative responsibilities in support of University Advancement’s financial and administrative operations. This includes, but is not limited to, serving as the division’s administrative liaison to the University’s Human Resources Service Center, Budget and Financial Services Office, the University Foundation Board of Governors, and Research Foundation's Accounting Services. Additionally, duties include overseeing the unit's budget, preparing financial reports and projections, reconciling revenue and expense, including grant and foundation accounts, developing and maintaining policies and procedures, as well as planning and facilitating events.
Director of Clinical Services (Administrator II) Chico
The Director of Clinical Services advises, guides and supports the WellCat Health Center (WCHC) at the executive level with proactive personnel management and the setting and management of goals and objectives for the department. Under the general direction of the VP of Student Affairs, the Director of Clinical Services plans, directs and provides oversight for the clinical operations of the WCHC, which includes both direct and indirect supervision of more than 30 health care professionals including physicians, mid-level health care providers, technicians, phlebotomists, x-ray technicians, pharmacists, health educators, and ancillary health care professionals. The Director of Clinical Services may also oversee administrative support staff, student assistants, and interns. In addition, this position has direct responsibility for the collaborative assessment of student health care needs, the development of clinical programs and policies, management of a clinical budget, and compliance with all state and federal regulations related to clinical care and licensing. The Director of Clinical Services works closely with the Director of Administrative Services in administering the Human Resource and Administrative operations of the agency. In addition, the Director of Clinical Services actively participates in planning for and meeting criteria required for health center accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).
Office Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) Chico
Working independently, under general direction of the Director, incumbent performs a wide-range of administrative support functions for the Career Center and Student Employment Office. Duties include coordinating the general day-to-day clerical operations for the department, and using independent judgment to interpret and apply department, campus and university policies, procedures, and guidelines, to prepare financial reports, monitor budgets, coordinate events and marketing activities, as well perform human resources functions.
Executive Director of University Housing (Administrator III) Chico
California State University, Chico (Chico State) seeks a committed, resourceful, and collaborative leader for the position of the Executive Director of University Housing (Executive Director). Reporting to the Associate Vice President (AVP) for Student Support Programs within the Division of Student Affairs, the Executive Director will provide visionary leadership for undergraduate University Housing, Residential Life, Housing Facilities, and Campus Residential Dining, a unit generating approximately $22 million in annual revenue.
Administrative Support Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) REVISED Chico
Working independently under general supervision of the Department Chair, incumbent provides essential frontline administrative support, continuity and stability to the Geography and Planning Department. Incumbent oversees daily operations, maintains and reconciles the operating expense budget, student employee payroll, miscellaneous Foundation and grant budgets, performs course scheduling, processes curriculum changes for BA, minor and certificates, provides work lead direction to student employees, works closely with Geography majors and minors to assist with course registration and sets up advising appointments.
Police Officer Cadet or Police Officer Chico
POLICE OFFICER CADET: The Cadet is a non-sworn officer in a trainee capacity. Incumbents attend a Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certified academy to develop the minimum qualifications necessary to assume a position as a sworn Police Officer. Upon successful completion of the required P.O.S.T. training within the required time frame and the discretion of management, the Police Officer Cadet may be appointed to the classification of Police Officer on a probationary basis. POLICE OFFICER: Under general supervision, Police Officers will look out for the welfare of the entire University, working closely with all University departments, utilizing a strong understanding of all laws including search and seizure, and probable cause; will patrol, respond to and handle incidents involving violations of law or campus regulations; will conduct thorough criminal investigations; testify in court; provide general information and assistance to the public; and apply progressive police principles and best practices. This position will communicate and interact effectively with students, staff, faculty and community members with varied backgrounds and lived experiences. And also, create and maintain trust, legitimacy, credibility and collaboration with the campus community.
2022-23 Part-Time Lecturer Pool - School of Social Work Chico
The School of Social Work in the College of Behavioral & Social Sciences is collecting application materials for a pool of part-time lecturers with positions available as determined by need during the 2022-23 academic year. Appointments from the part-time pool are temporary and often made just prior to the start of the academic term.
Brand Experience Specialist (Public Affairs/Communications Specialist III) REVISED Chico
The Brand Experience Specialist under general direction is the project manager to oversee the University’s visual and narrative identity implementation. This position is responsible for a comprehensive University brand portal, stakeholder relations with internal and external partners, project management for the implementation of the brand in physical and digital spaces, and significant writing, editing, and design support in collaboration with campus partners to bring projects from idea to delivery. The Brand Experience Specialist reports to the Executive Director of University Communications and collaborates closely with graphic designers and content producers.
Scholarship & Endowment Coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt I) REVISED Chico
Reporting to the Donor Relations and Stewardship Manager, the scholarship and endowment coordinator will administer endowed and other scholarship and award funds in collaboration with the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office (FASO), and the endowment accountant. This coordinator will work closely with development officers, college departments and various campus units to ensure that funds are administered according to donor intent and in compliance with University policies.
2022-2023 Part-Time Lecturer Pool - Multicultural and Gender Studies Chico
The Department of Multicultural and Gender Studies in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences is collecting application materials for a pool of part-time lecturers with positions available as determined by need during the 2022-23 academic year. Appointments from the part-time pool are temporary and often made just prior to the start of the academic term.
Farm Director (Administrator III) RE-POSTED Chico
The Farm Director will oversee operations and develop opportunities for Chico State agriculture students, faculty, staff, and our local agricultural industry. The Farm Director, as a member of the COA’s leadership team, reports to the Dean of the College. The Farm is fundamental to the University’s strategic priority toward resilient and sustainable systems. An overarching goal is for the Farm to be a living laboratory for our students and the faculty, and a center of excellence for education and training in agriculture. Work closely with the current Farm Administrator during a transition period (less than one year) and assume full administrative responsibilities thereafter. Meet regularly with the farm advisory committee and other stakeholders to discuss Farm operations and development. Fully support the COA’s academic programs, experiential learning, and research opportunities. Diversify and solidify funding sources through industry partnerships and research collaborations. Initiate and cultivate collaborations with faculty and programs across campus. Develop and implement forums and events featuring local, regional, national, and global speakers.

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