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Pharmacy Technician - (Pharmacy Technician) - Student Health Services San Francisco
Under the supervision of the Licensed Pharmacist, the Pharmacy Technician performs a variety of technical and administrative functions in support of pharmacy operations, including the non-discretionary tasks associated with the processing and dispensing of prescriptions. Must possess and maintain a license as a registered pharmacy technician through the California Board of Pharmacy.
Per Diem Nurse Practioner - (Per Diem Non Exempt Healthcare) - Student Health Services San Francisco
The Per Diem Nurse Practioner (NP) per forms and manages physical examinations, orders, and reviews tests; evaluates, plans, and provides primary care predominantly for the college students with common illnesses, injuries, seeking contraceptive care and needing health maintenance. The Nurse Practioner collaborates with and guides the actions of Medical Assistants and Registered Nurse and some ancillary staff. The Burse Practioner enables improvement of both individual and team effectiveness by supporting the development and implementation of sustainable practices and protocols that foster student success and reflect the best of college health.
Senior Director, Business Operations - (Administrator II) - Facilities Services San Francisco
The Senior Director, Business Operations serves as an essential role in the success of the department by developing and implementing strategic organizational initiatives and strategically partnering with department administrators and campus entities to drive business initiatives and strategic planning. The incumbent will take the lead in the development, implementation and the continuous improvement of processes and procedures needed for the execution and delivery of the department’s services to the campus community. To ensure the department’s services are aligned and complementary to the goals and objectives of the department and the University, the incumbent oversees the department’s budgets, general administration, personnel administration, and customer service operations.
Financial Aid Accountant (Accountant I) - Trust & Special Project Accounting San Francisco
This position performs professional accounting function independently for Federal, State, Local, Non-Profit Funded financial aid programs; and assist in trust fund and special projects accounting as well as Legal and GAAP closing.
Laborer - Estuary & Ocean Science Center San Francisco
Under direct supervision, the Laborer is responsible for on-site cleaning, maintenance and grounds keeping duties at The Romberg Tiburon Center. Duties include, but are not limited to Custodial assistance, set-up & breakdown for events at The Bay Conference Center, labor assistance for facilities, grounds maintenance and security system arming and/or disarming.
Building Service Engineer San Francisco
The Building Service Engineer is distinguished by the independent and ongoing performance of maintenance and repair work on a wide range of heating, ventilating, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, refrigeration, air conditioning, and water systems. The Building Service Engineer performs work on complex heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning and other mechanical systems. Position makes decisions based upon sound maintenance practice. Preventive Maintenance (PM) Day-Shift Accommodated Building Service Engineer: Performs specific Cleaning, Inspection, Testing and Formalized-Reporting of HVAC systems equipment. This specific position makes decisions based on sound preventive maintenance industry methods and practice and on individual experience and training.
Building Service Engineer - (Facilities Services - Mechanical Maintenance) San Francisco
The Building Service Engineer is distinguished by the independent and ongoing performance of maintenance and repair work on a wide range of heating, ventilating, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, refrigeration, air conditioning, and water systems. The Building Service Engineer performs work on complex heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning and other mechanical systems. Position makes decisions based upon sound maintenance practice.
Front Desk Operations Specialist - (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Non-Exempt) - Bursar's Office San Francisco
Reporting directly to the University Bursar and serving as a key member of the Bursar's team, this position's primary responsibility is ensuring organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the administrative operations. The incumbent is responsible for planning and coordinating the day-to-day activities of the front office ensuring proper coverage at all times; which will include the leading/supervising of the student workers and providing customer support direction to cashiering staff. The incumbent performs a wide range of administrative and analytical duties and complex professional student services. Incumbent is required to use initiative and judgment in analyzing information and determining a course of action within the specifications of standard practice and established procedures. The incumbent is responsible for: • Supervision of the Bursar Call Center • Oversight of online ticketing system • Provide functional and operational support of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions and other Bursar's Office Applications • Website & LCD Content Maintenance • Webmaster for the Bursar's Office • Social Media communications administrator • Coordination of on-campus events with department partners • Special Projects as assigned by the University Bursar Working with the management team, the position also contributes to the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies and practices. This position assists the Associate Bursar and the University Bursar in staff training, identifying problems, and making recommendations for resolutions.
Senior Budget Analyst - (Senior Budget Analyst) - Budget Administration & Operations San Francisco
The Budget Senior Analyst (referred to as the incumbent) independently performs responsible, technical, and analytical budget analyses and provides consultative budget services as well as related work required to administer the University's budget for campus constituents. The responsibilities include aspects of the Budget Transfer Request (BTR) process, Labor Cost Distribution (LCD) position management for planning budgetary cloud solution (PBCS) costs, and university budget functions. The incumbent is responsible for administering BTR, instructing and overseeing campus E-track position data, reviewing and correcting the LCD tape, Position Management in Planning Budget Cloud Solution (PBCS), and university budget services for campus partners. The position involves extracting, analyzing, and implementing technical (sometimes confidential) and administrative budget-related information.
Groundsworker - (Groundsworker) - Facilities Services San Francisco
Under the direct supervision of the Grounds Supervisor, the primary responsibility of the Groundsworker is to plant, cultivate, fertilize, water; rake leaves; remove weeds; remove debris; maintain lawns; prepare and treat soils for planting; utilize and maintain tools, supplies and equipment; trim and prune trees, shrubs, and hedges; and erect tree supports. The Groundsworker may operate and perform minor maintenance on small power-operated equipment. They may also assist in sprinkler repair or nursery functions; and provide work direction to students or unskilled assistants.
Manager, Custodial Services - (Administrator I) - Facilities Services San Francisco
The Manager, Custodial Services is responsible for the strategic planning, development and implementation of custodial programs and services to maintain cleanliness of designated Campus Buildings. This position provides leadership, direction, and management for the Custodial Services work unit with up to 40 custodial staff, in addition to custodial leads.
Custodian - (Custodian) - Facilities Services 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.
Supervising Building Service Engineer - (Supervising Building Service Engineer) - Faculties Service San Francisco
The Supervising Building Service Engineer primarily is responsible for supervising and working with one or more groups or crews of skilled and semi-skilled workers involved in the installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of mechanical systems including heating, ventilation, refrigeration, air conditioning, swimming pools, library retrieving system (LRS), and equipment throughout a campus.
Customer Service Center Coordinator - (Administrative Support Coordinator II) - Facilities Services San Francisco
The Facilities Customer Service Center is the primary point of contact for customer inquiries related to Facilities Services and operates 365 days a year. The Customer Service Center Coordinator facilitates the coordination and operational work associated with service center. As the first point of contact, the incumbent is responsible for receiving, dispatching, and coordinating routine and emergency service requests from the campus community as it relates to skilled trades, custodial, grounds and contractors in a multi-campus environment. The incumbent plays a key role in ensuring customers have a positive experience; assisting efficiently and in a timely manner. Incumbent is required to use appropriate judgment and discretion in assessing the request/problem/emergency, while concurrently working in collaboration with the Facilities Services operational units to advance to resolution. The incumbent possesses a knowledge of the physical plant and utilities infrastructure. The incumbent will multi-task, inputting data, probing, providing solutions, and navigating through various operational systems to track service issues. The incumbent participates in the Service Center's daily workflow to ensure that all daily processes are completed at the close of each business day.
Financial Aid Specialist - (Accountant I) - Bursar's Office San Francisco
The Accountant I performs a wide range of accounting and analytical duties. This position requires extensive and thorough knowledge of policies and procedures related to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and Financial Information Record Management System (FIRMS). The position is primarily responsible for the generation of routine financial reports and analysis based on GAAP and FIRMS. The incumbent is required to use initiative and judgment in analyzing information and determining a course of action within the specifications of standard practice and established procedures. The incumbent is responsible for the accurate configuration and set up the of Student Financials system to ensure accurate and proper recording of financial transactions. Must be able to research, examine, compile, compose, and present financial data in a clear and concise manner for conformance to established policies and procedures and GAAP/FIRMS reporting requirements. The incumbent must be able to interpret State & Federal regulations and campus policies; and develop and recommend internal control procedures. The incumbent must be able to communicate effectively and resolve issues related to the setup/configuration of the CS-Student Financials system, CFS system-wide and FIRMS. Responsibilities and duties range from data analysis, cash and bank accountreconciliation and managing various programs – such as OneCard financial activities, thirdparty billing, dishonored checks, waivers, and fee deferments of the Bursar’s Office. The incumbent will provide technical support, and reports directly to the Associate Bursar-Student Accounts.
Refund Specialist - (Accountant I) - Bursar's Office San Francisco
The Accountant I performs a wide range of accounting and analytical duties. This position requires extensive and thorough knowledge of policies and procedures related to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles tGMPJ. The incumbent is required to use initiative and judgment in analyzing information and determining a course of action within the specifications of standard practice, policies and established procedures. The incumbent must be able to research, compile, compose, and present information in a clear and concise manner required to fully satisfy reporting requirements. The incumbent must be able to interpret State & federal regulations and campus policies; develop and recommend internal control procedures. The incumbent must be able to communicate effectively and resolve issues related to setup/configuration of the CS Student Financial system, CFS system wide and FIRMS. Responsibilities and duties range from refund data analysis, processing all University refunds, including, Student Refunds, Housing refunds, College of Extended Learning refunds, Third Part Contract refunds, Franchise Tax Board, Perkins, Short Term Loans, Stipend and Departmental refunds, responsible for identifying overpayments according to Title V refund regulations and campus policies, review and process Return to Title IV funds, research returned refund checks and Electronic Fund Transfers, reconciliation and reporting of various month end processes with in the Bursar’s Office, and other activity areas related to student financial services. The incumbent will provide technical support to various departments on campus, Bursar’s Office Staff, Operations Analysts and Accountant I. The incumbent reports directly to the Associate Bursar—Student Accounts.
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.
Custodian - (Custodian) - Facilities Services 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.
Academic Office Coordinator - (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt I) - Department of Special Education, Graduate College of Education San Francisco
Independently and in collaboration with the Department of Special Education Chairperson, this position provides continuous analysis, evaluation, and implementation of the departmental policies and practices across all academic programs. Duties include: coordinating and monitoring office support staff; developing, coordinating, and initiating operational procedures; evaluating and analyzing data to make informed recommendations and decisions regarding fiscal administration of funds, administrative and operational practices for faculty and staff; and initiating and maintaining documentation for a wide range of inventories, budgets, and academic planning, and administrative developments. This position handles various special projects and grant project awards, including trust funds, federal research funds, UCorp Funds, personnel preparation projects, intern programs, student conferences, creativity awards, etc., each with a separate budget account.
Financial Analyst - (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II) - Lam Family College of Business San Francisco
Looking for a Financial Analyst who is comfortable with a high degree of administrative autonomy to manage General Fund, Trust and University Corporation/SF State Foundation accounts for the Lam Family College of Business.

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