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Lead Teacher - (Early Childhood Master Teacher) - Children's Campus San Francisco
Under the direction of the Director, the Head Teacher is responsible for providing high-quality, responsive, and enriching caregiving and education that is in alignment with the Children’s Campus philosophy and mission. The incumbent plans and implements an environment that is rich with relational experiences and hands-on inquiry experiences designed to support the development of a range of social, emotional, self-help, language, literacy, cognitive and motor skills for individuals and groups of children that are aligned with the California State Foundations for Early Learning (Infant, Toddler, and Preschool). The Head Teacher engages in a highly reflective teaching practice that is grounded in child observation and documentation, which informs the planning of learning experiences and the learning environment. The incumbent mentors and trains other classroom staffing including Teachers, Teacher Assistants, and SF State students.
Coordinator of Financial Work Programs - (Student Professional Service IV) - Student Financial Aid San Francisco
Under the leadership of the Associate Director of Financial Aid and the Executive Director of the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement (ICCE), the Student Employment Program Coordinator works independently to administer and coordinate the LAEP program, College Corps Program, Federal Work Study, DREAM Service Incentive Grant Program and Campus Stipends. The coordinator is responsible for awarding students, coordinating financial aid, reconciling funds, and coordinating the program across multiple campus departments, included but not limited to, Financial Aid, Career Services, ICCE, Accounting, Payroll, Service-Learning, Campus Departments and Human Resources.
Digital Content Specialist (Information Technology Consultant - Career) - Marketing & Enrollment Management San Francisco
Under direction from the Director of Brand and Marketing, and in close collaboration with the Lead Digital Communications Specialist, the Digital Content Specialist helps promote the University’s work through the institution's digital presence. The Digital Content Specialist, will collaborate with our marketing and creative teams to optimize our website content and implement effective SEO techniques to improve our online visibility and user experience. They will be responsible for maintaining the integrity and accuracy of our website content, analyzing website traffic through Google Analytics 4 (GA4), and ensuring that our website ranks favorably in search engine results. You will partner closely with the marketing team and will influence the success of campaigns and programs based on data. You will have experience not only building out reports and dashboards, but also experience providing recommendations and actionable insights to the team. You will be highly motivated, a self-starter, and have experience working cross-functionally to get the data you need to be successful. The Specialist also ensures content is in compliance with SFSU’s web policies, accessibility, and other standards with an emphasis on the university’s content management system, branding, and enrollment marketing goals. Works collaboratively with college web producers, other departments across campus, and partners with IT web staff to administer web content policy. To be effective in this role, they must have a strong eye for effective website design and a strong ear for well written, SEO-driven content. The Specialist has a strong desire to continuously improve on what they’ve crafted and is always looking for new opportunities and ways to repurpose, reuse, and recycle content.
SF State College Corps Program Lead (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt I) - ORSP/ICCE San Francisco
The College Corps Program Lead is responsible for the day-to-day-operations of the grant-funded #CaliforniansForAll College Corps program. The purpose of this initiative is to build the next generation of civic leaders by engaging college students in meaningful community service. Through College Corps, the Program Lead will advance three primary goals: engage college students in meaningful service opportunities that build leadership skills and civic responsibility; help students from diverse backgrounds graduate college on time and with less debt; support the work of community based organizations focused on key local priorities (K-12 education, food insecurity, and climate action).
Human and Animal Protections Specialist (Administration Analyst/Specialist Exempt II) - ORSP San Francisco
The Human and Animal Protections (HAP) Specialist in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) oversees the work of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). The incumbent is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Human & Animal Protections (HAP) unit in ORSP which includes performing a variety of administrative, technical and analytical duties to support the needs of the SFSU research community, while ensuring compliance with Federal, State, CSU and campus policies and procedures.
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. **This is a full-time in-person position**
Graphic Designer (Graphic Designer II) - Strategic Marketing & Communications San Francisco
The Graphic Designer/Photographer will play a pivotal role in the Strategic Marketing and Communications Office at San Francisco State University (SF State). This individual will be responsible for conceptualizing, designing, and executing visually compelling graphic content and photography that showcases the diverse and dynamic campus community, its events, achievements, and academic programs. The person in this position plays a crucial role in maintaining the university's brand image through high-quality design and photography that resonates with various stakeholders, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and the general public. This position requires a keen eye for detail, creativity, technical proficiency, and the ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced environment.
Lead Admissions Counselor - (Student Service Professional III) - Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment San Francisco
Reporting to the Director of Undergraduate Admissions & Recruitment, the Lead Admissions Counselor is a lead student advisor in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment by providing complex and multifaceted admissions advising and coordination for the admission evaluation for both transfer and first-year applicants to the University. The incumbent provides a secondary level of advising to new students above the admission counselor level, when more nuanced and creative approaches are necessary. The incumbent’s skill level enables them to provide lead work in the area of admissions, related to staffing, training, and planning for the SSP II Admission Counselors. The incumbent builds on knowledge of California Title V, CSU eligibility requirements, and SFSU policies to support the staff by offering specialized training on admissions and transfer credit policies and procedures, and handling challenging and unique student, parent, staff, and faculty interactions. The incumbent supports the Director in processing special action admission requests involving complex and/or multifaceted student concerns. The incumbent provides in depth guidance to CSU ineligible applicants to assist them to become eligible, student-focused customer service and staff leadership by demonstrating effective listening, availability and timely responses to all inquiries
Instructional Designer in Academic Technology - (Information Technology Consultant - Career) - Academic Technology San Francisco
Academic Technology (AT) at San Francisco State University provides a wide array of service and programming that directly support teaching, learning, and academic excellence in the University. AT’s diverse technology teams combine innovation with great customer service to deliver a holistic approach to academic technology services. AT offers employees a flexible and supportive environment to grow and thrive as they make a difference in a public education environment.
Registered Nurse - (Registered Nurse III) - Student Health Services San Francisco
The Registered Nurse (RN) III performs and manages professional nursing care and health maintenance services for Student Health Services (SHS) under the general supervision of the Nurse Clinic Manager. The incumbent directly and indirectly provides patient care by using independent decision-making, judgment, and initiative to perform general and specialized nursing functions, and to plan, organize, direct, and oversee the work of others.
Educational Specialist (Associate, Academic & Institutional Studies II) - Office of Research & Sponsored Programs/Special Education San Francisco
The California Deafblind Services (CDBS) Educational Specialist serves as one of three statewide project experts in the education of infants, toddlers, children, and young adults who are deafblind. The Educational Specialist builds local and regional capacity for service delivery systems through the development, implementation and evaluation of technical assistance and training activities. In coordination with the CDBS Family Engagement Specialist and members of the CDBS Network of Family Support Providers, the Educational Specialist provides culturally responsive services to families of children who are deafblind. The Educational Specialist represents CDBS at local, regional, state-wide, and national meetings and conferences. The Educational Specialist serves as a content resource to families, public and private schools, and public and private agencies.
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.
Conference & Event Services Coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) - Housing, Dining & Conference Services San Francisco
Working in a team environment and led by the Conference & Event Management Specialist, it is the primary responsibility of the Conference & Event Services Coordinator to plan, promote, administer & organize the business for Conference & Event Services (CES) department and the division of Housing, Dining, & Conference Services (HDCS). All work and responsibilities entail ensuring that contractual obligations are met and superior customer service is provided while striving to meet financial goals.
Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health (Critical Public Health) San Francisco
The Department of Public Health offers an exciting opportunity for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Critical Public Health.
Assistant Professor, Dept of Physical Therapy (Adult Neurologic Physical Therapy and related areas) San Francisco
The Department of Physical Therapy offers an exciting opportunity for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Adult Neurologic Physical Therapy and related areas.
Undergraduate Biology Labs Coordinator - (Instructional Support Technician III) - Biology Department, College of Science & Engineering San Francisco
The Undergraduate Biology Labs Coordinator independently coordinates the comprehensive technical and instructional support for three general biology laboratory courses which involve a great diversity of laboratory exercises applicable to multiple curriculum programs. The duties of this role include optimizing laboratory procedures and providing technical and instructional support to instructors and students; creating lab curriculum including troubleshooting current exercise protocols and constructing new lab exercises; maintaining and repairing technical and scientific laboratory equipment; managing procurement and inventory management for the labs; and preparing materials, supplies, and equipment for classes.
Police Captain - (Administrator III) - University Police San Francisco
Reporting administratively through the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management (SAEM), the Division of Campus Safety (DCS) is comprised of Parking and Transportation and the University Police Department (UPD). The UPD is comprised of the Field Operations Division, Services Division, and Special Operations Division that collectively provide twenty-four hours per day, year-round professional police, and security services to the campus community, ensuring for a safe and professional environment. Under the general supervision of the Assistant Vice President for Campus Safety & Chief of Police, the Captain will serve as second-in-command to the Chief of Police and provide leadership, management, administrative support, and motivation to 3 of the divisions that comprise UPD: Field Operations, Services, and Special Operations. The captain will manage and supervise the Lieutenants and oversee the day-to-day operations of the Police Department, and various divisions within Campus Safety. It is critical for the person holding this position to create and maintain an anti-racist culture for the San Francisco State University community; one that is reflected in the policies and protocol of the Division of Campus Safety.
Assistant Professor of Management San Francisco
Assistant Professor of Management
Associate Director of Creative Services (Administrator I) - University Communications San Francisco
The Associate Director of Creative Services at San Francisco State University is a key leadership role within the University's Strategic Marketing and Communications office. Reports to the Director of M&B, this position focuses on overseeing the creative development and execution of various marketing and communication projects while emphasizing project management expertise. The individual in this role will collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that the University's brand message is effectively communicated through a wide range of marketing materials and initiatives.
Assistant Professor, Child & Adolescent Development (Dev. Science: Birth - Adolescence) San Francisco
The Department of Child & Adolescent Development offers an exciting opportunity for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Development Science - Birth to Adolescence.

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