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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.
Creative Lead - (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II) - Race, Empowerment, and Justice San Francisco
The Creative Lead is a key role within the Narrative Change Project of the AACARES Project and reports to the Director of Innovations. This position focuses on overseeing the creative development and execution of creative projects while emphasizing project management expertise. The individual in this role will collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that the Narrative Change Project’s deliverables are effectively disseminated and involve community engagement through a wide range of workshops, events and materials.
Clerical & Administrative Support Opportunities San Francisco
SF State is seeking dedicated individuals interested in Clerical and Administrative positions. The appointments vary in classification, salary, and length (not exceeding 180 days, depending on classification) and provide varying levels of general office, clerical, and secretarial support for students, faculty, and/or staff. This pool will be used to notify interested applicants when new Clerical and Administrative opportunities become available. Sign up here to indicate your interest in full-time or part-time temporary, emergency hire roles (no more than 180 day appointments).
Assistant Professor, Community Health (School of Nursing) San Francisco
The School of Nursing offers an exciting opportunity for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Community Health.
Government and Community Relations Liaison (Confidential Administrative Support II) - Office of the President San Francisco
Reporting directly to the Chief of Staff, The Presidential Aide for Government and Community Relations provides strategic, logistical, legislative, program management support, and administrative support for the Office of Government & Community Relations (G&CR), SF State NAGPRA Program, & Office of the President. The incumbent reconciles invoices, credit card statements, and reimbursements, prepares requisitions for the Office of the President, and assists in managing Government and Community Relations & SF State NAGPRA Program projects. Additionally, this position plans and coordinates events, orders supplies, and schedules meetings with SF State staff, elected officials, Tribal Leaders, and community members.
University Controller (MPP/Administrator III) - University Accounting Services San Francisco
Reporting to the Vice President & CFO for Administration & Finance, the University Controller provides management and administration of SF State’s stateside accounting and financial reporting including day-to-day operations of University Accounting Services; evaluates accounting and compliance practices to ensure they are current, effective and efficient; collaboratively leads the department and campus stakeholders through the annual accounting cycle including year-end processes; and leads the campus in implementing new accounting requirements, financial system upgrades, and internal controls.
Internship Coordinator (Associate, Academic, and Institutional Studies - Exempt III) - School of Social Work San Francisco
The School of Social Work Internship Coordinator serves in an administrative and educational capacity, and undertakes administrative studies of considerable complexity.
CoSE Senior Budget & Fiscal Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt II) - Dean's Office, College of Science & Engineering San Francisco
The College of Science & Engineering (CoSE) Senior Budget & Fiscal Analyst provides comprehensive fiscal oversight, accountability of usage of funds, and timely reconciliations of financial transactions involving both traditional instructional expenses and equipment/lab related transactions, as well as lead work to fiscal staff. CoSE is one of the largest colleges on campus currently serving over 7,000 majors. The CoSE Business Office manages the college’s Budgetary, Fiscal & Human Resources operations to provide support to our faculty, staff and students, so that top-quality teaching, learning and research activities can be carried out.
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.
Conservation and Restoration Coordinator (Associate, Academic and Institutional Studies II) - Office of Research and Sponsored Programs/San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve San Francisco
The Conservation and Restoration Coordinator (CRC) for the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) acts as the NERR’s point person for activities related to the stewardship, conservation, restoration, and resilience of the San Francisco Bay Reserve and the SF estuary. The Conservation and Restoration program engages community members, tribes, students, funders, regulatory and resource agencies, conservation organizations, and NOAA/OCM with the SF Bay NERR field sites and other SF Estuary sites and partner organizations through projects and programs to advance the resiliency of the region’s estuarine natural resources and their benefits to the region’s communities. The position requires leadership, creativity, networking, strong interpersonal skills, and collaboration. This position also serves on advisory committees on the regional, state, and national level. The CRC attends the weeklong annual NERR systemwide meeting, aligns and collaborates with the NERRS stewardship coordinators from the other 29 reserves and NOAA Office for Coastal Management, and guides the direction of the above activities at the SF Bay NERR. The CRC is expected to raise grants funds to add support for the position and for other NERR staff and students.
Community Desk Residential Coordinator (Head Resident II) - Residential Life San Francisco
Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Directors of Residential Education (First Year Experience or Continuing Students & Retention), and lead by the Area Coordinator, the Community Desk Residential Coordinator (CDRC) is a full-time, live-in position that oversees the Community Desk operations in a specific community. CDRCs assist in the overall design, implementation, and daily administration of the Residential Education program for a specific residential community.
Employee and Labor Relations (ELR) Advocate (Confidential Administrative Support III) - Office of Human Resources San Francisco
Under the general direction of the Director of Employee and Labor Relations, the incumbent will perform key responsibilities, which include contract administration, conducting meetings with union officials regarding grievances as well as writing grievances responses on behalf of the campus. The incumbent will serve as the primary conduit between the department, colleges, and union representatives. The incumbent will also conduct investigational interviews and provide training to campus leadership. Occasional travel may be required.
Project Coordinator - (Adminitrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II) - Race, Empowerment, and Justice San Francisco
Under the general supervision of the Executive Director of the AA CARES Initiative, the incumbent is responsible for organizing and performing a variety of administrative and lead duties in support of the day-to-day operations and special programs of the AA CARES Initiative. This position provides team oriented, efficient and effective support to the AA CARES Initiative; serves as the front-line staff in the daily activities of the office; acts as primary contact to coordinate budgetary and fiscal matters and work-related engagements for the Project Director; implements administrative regulations and policies; gathers data, works with and coordinates various research projects with the Executive Director. Coordinates the project operations and personnel matters; onboards new hires; and assists and serves as liaison between the faculty and campus community
Advising Coordinator (Student Services Professional III) SOAR Trio - Office of Research and Sponsored Programs San Francisco
Student Outreach and Academic Retention Student Support Services in Health Sciences TRIO (SOAR) is an academic support program within the Student Resource Center (SRC) in the College of Health and Social Sciences (CHSS). SOAR holistically engages at-risk students participating in the program by supporting their path towards academic, career and personal success. The incumbent will work minimally with 120 and up to 165 low-income and/or first-generation college students or students with a self reported disability every academic year, herein referred to as “participants,” and will range from first time freshmen to seniors and transfer students in health science majors in CHSS. The position reports directly to the SOAR Program Director and functions under general supervision but with a high degree of autonomy utilizing incumbent’s knowledge of college, campus, and TRIO policies and procedures when making judgments to conduct academic advising, counseling, staff & intern training, program orientation, grant annual reporting and application assistance, coordination of one or several SOAR dedicated HSS 110 courses, and the design, coordination, and delivery of activities that promote a sense of belonging and assist with academic progress, academic performance, and ultimately facilitate graduation.
IT Service Desk Coordinator (Information Technology Consultant - Foundation) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
Reporting to the Director of Service Management the Service Desk Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day operation of the Information Technology Service (ITS) Service Desk. The Service Desk Coordinator is responsible for hiring, training, scheduling, and mentoring help desk student technicians; ensuring service desk coverage for in person and phone support; managing the ticketing system queue and ensuring incoming tickets are assigned to the proper groups; and providing tier 1 support for incoming incidents and requests.
Research Assistant (Research Technician II - Non-Exempt) - Office of Research and Sponsored Programs/Estuary and Ocean Science Center San Francisco
The molecular biology lab seeks to hire a part time technician with experience in molecular biological techniques including: DNA extraction, PCR, gel electrophoresis, fluorometric DNA quantification, sanger sequencing, and library preparation for high-throughput DNA sequencing. They will assist with training graduate students with a variety of laboratory based analyses, perform general laboratory maintenance and administrative duties as needed, and occasionally handle preserved or live aquatic micro-invertebrates while using a microscope. The role may also include occasional local travel for assistance collecting marine/ estuarine aquatic microorganisms for study.
Housing & Business Applications Analyst (Analyst Programmer - Career) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
The housing and business applications analyst performs systems analysis, configuration, development, programming, documentation and support for business applications including the resident and property management platform, campus commerce platform, and custom integrations into other SF State applications.
Technical Project Manager (Information Technology Consultant - Career) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
The Technical Project Manager will provide imaginative, thorough, and practicable solutions to a wide range of problems. Using technical experience and training, the incumbent works with all the Information Technology Services departments and functional divisions during the course of managing projects, with an emphasis on projects incorporating technology to support student success, teaching, learning, and research.
Assistant Professor, Art History, School of Art San Francisco
San Francisco State University, School of Art is seeking to add a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Art History beginning August 2024 to its faculty. We seek a colleague with teaching and research interests in the fields of Latin American and Latinx/e art history and/or African American art history from the 19th century to the present. We are seeking qualified candidates who can contribute, through their research, teaching, and/or service, through diversity, to the excellence of the academic community
Assistant Professor, Studio Art Practice, School of Art San Francisco
San Francisco State University, School of Art offers an opportunity for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Art Practice beginning August 2024. Keeping with the prevalent direction of the field, we seek a colleague who works across disciplines in their studio practice and teaching. Preferred candidates have ability to teach foundation courses which may include any combination of, but are not limited to sculpture, ceramics, photography, painting and drawing, printmaking, and textiles. Especially welcome are candidates with an expanded practice that embraces innovation. Candidates must demonstrate potential for professional growth in their specialty area(s) through exhibitions, critical reviews, awards, grants, and residencies.

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