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Academic Counselor (Student Services Professional III) - Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning San Francisco
This position reports directly to the Director of the center and functions under general supervision. The Academic Counselor is responsible for providing consistent, accurate, complex, academic counseling services to a cohort of undergraduate students. Working independently, the counselor will provide individual and group counseling that requires the use of counseling techniques to facilitate major and career exploration, evaluate academic interests, and set goals to facilitate student success, persistence and degree completion in a timely manner. In addition, the incumbent will independently lead, develop, plan, implement and evaluate Undergraduate Advising Center projects.
OneCard/Gatorpass Specialist (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Non-Exempt) - OneCard Office San Francisco
The One Card/Gator Pass Specialist provides administrative and technical support for the OneCard and Gator Pass program. The Specialist functions as a key student/customer support representative for the OneCard/Gator Pass program. This position provides students, staff, and faculty with accurate information about various aspects of the programs in person and by phone and email. The incumbent performs fundamental analysis and troubleshooting of issues to determine the need for escalation to the OneCard lead.
Metro Sophomore Retention Project Lead (Student Services Professional III) - ORSP/Metro College Success Program San Francisco
This position is part of a Stupski Foundation grant-funded project to improve the retention of Metro’s sophomores (4th semester) transitioning into their junior (5th semester) year. Sophomores are second-year students and those entering their Junior year without having sixty units of credit or undeclared. The Metro Sophomore Retention Project Lead position provides ongoing services that are consistent, accurate, and complex to resolve Metro students’ problems for which there are no existing guidelines and precedents. He/she will work with students individually and in groups to lead workshops and provide one on one consultation to help with major exploration, academic interests, learning tools, and campus life enhancement. This position will also identify and address registration holds and provide comprehensive educational and career advisement for students who are approaching or are on academic probation. Also, the incumbent will independently lead, develop, plan, implement, and evaluate student success-related projects to promote retention and graduation.
Research Lab and Field Analyst (Research Technician I) - ORSP/EOS San Francisco
Research technician required for biological oceanographic lab. based at Tiburon, CA. Technician will independently conduct fieldwork on boats and in marshes, be capable of using analytical instrumentation (e.g. fluorometer, nutrient autoanalyzer, mass spectrometer, water quality sondes) and incubations with stable isotopic tracers, and conduct data synthesis for presentations and reports. Ideally, have familiarity with mass spectrometers for tracer isotopic studies. Required - MSc in scientific area and experience working in the field, at sea and in a chemical laboratory setting. CA Drivers license.
Campus Rec Coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) - Campus Recreation San Francisco
Under the general supervision of the Associate Director of Campus Recreation, the Campus Rec Coordinator will serve in the 118,700 Square-foot Mashouf Wellness Center (MWC) that opened in 2017. The incumbent oversees and supervises intramural sports, sport club programs for the campus, and special events, building capacity for a strong student life program that engages students and assists with their learning and development outside of the classroom. Additionally, the incumbent administers a summer kids camp program. Areas of oversight include, but are not limited to, program development, promotions, program management and supervision, and program risk management. The position works directly with a variety of student employees and sometimes interns
Network Analyst Expert (Network Analyst - Expert) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
The Network Analyst role is critical to maintaining the network uptime. This includes managing all networking hardware (including: Alcatel-Lucent switches/routers, PAN firewalls, Aruba WAPs, and GlobalProtect VPN), and troubleshooting & resolving issues as quickly as possible.
Graduation Specialist/Academic Advisor (Student Services Professional II) - Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning San Francisco
The Graduation Specialist provides consistent, accurate, moderately complex, academic advising services to undergraduate students. This role is a shared advising position working with the Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning and one of San Francisco State’s colleges. The Graduation Specialist works under general supervision to deliver individual and group advising with a focus on upper division students and those who are close to graduation.
Academic Counselor, Generalist (Student Services Professional III) - Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning San Francisco
The Academic Counselor provides comprehensive academic counseling to help undergraduate students achieve their academic, personal and career goals. The role is responsible for delivering general advising services, providing advising at new student orientations, participating in student retention and graduation initiatives, and offering academic success workshops. The Academic Counselor also assists students in exploring, affirming, and declaring into a major, identifying strengths and interests, and overcoming academic and personal challenges. Additionally, the Academic Counselor helps students understand SF State’s general education and graduation requirements and college-based and university-wide policies and procedures. The incumbent independently leads, develops, plans, implements, and evaluates advising-related projects that support student success, retention, and timely degree completion.
Program Lead (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt II) - College of Extended Learning San Francisco
The Program Lead reports to the Assistant Dean of the College and provides direction and leadership in the development and growth of SF State's College of Extended Learning programs. The Program Lead is required to assess, formulate, and evaluate the impact of recommended or implemented policies from a strategic and operational perspective. Work requires regular participation in planning and development activities and, as required, independent determination of methods to meet programmatic or administrative goals.
Research, Outreach, and Instruction Librarian San Francisco
San Francisco State University’s J. Paul Leonard Library is a busy, teaching-oriented institution supporting a community of 25,000 students as well as faculty and staff. Our university is part of the 23-campus California State University system, and we are seeking applicants for a Research, Outreach, and Instruction Librarian who will work collaboratively with other librarians to cultivate partnerships with faculty and to develop and deliver services that support the university’s teaching, learning, and research activities. Our library recently transitioned to a team-based approach to liaison work, in which teams of liaison librarians work together to support specific colleges. Our current vacancy is on the team that works with the College of Ethnic Studies and the College of Liberal and Creative Arts.
Operations Analyst/Receptionist (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Non-Exempt) - Office of Human Resources San Francisco
The Human Resources Receptionist is the front-line customer service agent who plays a vital role in the execution of the Human Resources’ mission; to be a valued, strategic, and operational partner to our campus constituents.
Hourly Police Dispatcher (Police Dispatcher II) - University Police Department San Francisco
The Police Dispatcher is a specialized classification within police departments which provides essential dispatch communications and records maintenance. Dispatchers are responsible for maintaining effective and efficient communications between campus law enforcement headquarters, campus police officers in the field, outside emergency and law enforcement agencies, and the public. Incumbents in this position receive, record and dispatch general and emergency information quickly, clearly, and accurately. Incumbents at this level typically have a higher degree of accountability for the dispatch and records functions.Their assignments typically involve providing lead work direction to other dispatchers and/or other public safety support staff and/or performing more complex and diverse functions in support of public safety programs. They often participate in the development of operational procedures and protocols related to dispatch functions.
Mental Health Case Manager (Student Services Professional, Academic Related I) - Counseling & Psychological Services San Francisco
Under the general supervision of the Director of Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), the Mental Health Case Manager is responsible for the provision and documentation of mental health assessments, crisis management, triage, critical incident debriefing, and case management of SF State students seeking services for acute and long term mental health disorders, and for emotional challenges that impact their ability to function on campus. The Mental Health Case Manager is also responsible for the development and maintenance of an accessible database of current community resources and referral processes, and the coordination of health care and welfare services by SF State clinicians, campus resources, and community mental health resources including San Francisco General Hospital’s Psychiatric services.
Sergeant (Sergeant) - University Police Department San Francisco
Under the direction of a commanding officer, the Police Sergeant performs supervisory duties to include, but are not limited to, making work assignments, monitoring and reporting work activities, and providing on the job training, mentoring and assistance to subordinates. Police Sergeants plan, assign, coordinate and supervise assigned staff on a shift, task force or unit on a regular basis; develop, implement and enforce campus and department policies, procedures, and regulations within the assigned area of responsibility; provide on-the-job training, development and evaluation to assigned staff; may assume command in the absence of the superior officer and assist in administrative duties; participate in the development and implementation of department policies and procedures; act as team leader on a particular investigation task force or project ( e.g. critical response unit, special evidence discovery and evaluation team, field training, defensive tactics instruction, crime prevention and community relations programs); assume the role of designated Watch Commander or Officer in Charge; and provide specialized training and assume a leadership role on special reaction teams (e.g. sexual assault or emergency medical).
Corporal (Corporal) - University Police Department San Francisco
Under general direction, the Corporal performs a variety of general law enforcement duties. Work assignments typically require the incumbent to exercise independent judgment and action. Incumbents typically perform general law enforcement work that includes some or all of the following: patrolling campus buildings and grounds on foot or vehicle; maintaining order; enforcing laws, rules and regulations; apprehending and processing violators; initiating police action; preparing and presenting oral and written reports; providing assistance to campus personnel, students and the public in public safety matters; and serving as the lead or senior member on a campus patrol operation. The Corporal rank is distinguished from the Police Officer by the regular, ongoing assignments of one or more of the following: assignment as a team leader, assistant watch commander or patrol agent responsible for leading a shift and providing direction to officers in the field. The Corporal performs special assignments on a regular, ongoing basis including, but not limited to: Field Training Officer (FTO), investigator/detective, crime prevention specialist, and/or community relations specialist. The person holding this position is considered a “mandated reporter” under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
Operations and Events Technician (Performing Arts Technician, Non-Exempt) - College of LIberal and Creative Arts San Francisco
The Operations and Events Technician will oversee the more technical aspects of audio production for events supported by the College of Liberal & Creative Arts Operations team.
Administrative Support Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator I) - Mathematics San Francisco
The Mathematics Administrative Support Coordinator (ASC) is responsible for operating and maintaining the efficiency of the department through providing services and support to faculty, staff and students. This position is a public face of the department and requires the ability to assist people in a friendly and competent manner at all times. The primary duties include interaction with office staff, faculty, students, and community; clerical support including managing the main office, office assignments, textbook inventory and math library; student payroll, training, and supervision; event planning; and supervising repair of resources.
Biology Seawater Technician (Equipment Technician II, Specialized Equipment) - Biology San Francisco
The Department of Biology is proud of its reputation in actively engaging students from diverse backgrounds in scientific discovery. The Seawater Technician position in the Department of Biology at San Francisco State University will be responsible for caring for both the equipment and animals located in the seawater room in Hensill Hall. The care of the equipment includes the installation and maintenance of racks, tanks, filtration systems, pumps, plumbing, temperature controllers, and any additional devices necessary for aquaria to properly function. The care of the animals includes maintaining water quality, acquiring and/or collecting organisms and their food, feeding organisms, and record keeping and reporting on animal health and feeding.
Instructional Designer (Information Technology Consultant, Career) - College of Extended Learning San Francisco
Join our team of higher education professionals and put your design skills to work developing innovative online degree completion and other programs for San Francisco and the Bay Area. You will play a key role as part of this new team dedicated to online instructional excellence at the College of Extended Learning and have the opportunity to collaborate with other instructional designers across the University. We hope you will join San Francisco State University in its mission to increase access to higher education and promote social justice in our communities and at our workplace, where you find competitive salaries and excellent benefits.
Custodian San Francisco
Under direct supervision, the Custodian’s primary responsibility is to maintain all campus buildings in an acceptable cleanliness, to clean and sanitize assigned areas, restroom facilities, common/public spaces. Work includes sweeping, mopping, waxing and polishing floors, shampooing and vacuuming carpets, cleaning windows and glass surfaces as directed, removal of trash from buildings and rearranging furniture in classrooms as directed.

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