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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.
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.
Groundsworker - Grounds Maintenance/Grounds Housing, 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.
Lead Groundsworker - (Grounds Housing, Facilities Services) San Francisco
Under the direction of the Grounds Operations Manager, the Lead Groundsworker provides working supervision to grounds staff for the performance of general gardening, grounds maintenance, utility services and landscape installation for the Housing facilities. Performs general gardening, grounds maintenance and utility services for Housing facilities.
Technology Support Analyst (Information Technology Consultant - Career) - Academic Technology San Francisco
Academic Technology (AT) offers a complementary and comprehensive service portfolio to faculty, students, staff and academic organizations in direct support of teaching, learning and academic excellence at SF State. AT service teams interact daily with each other and with campus constituents to holistically assess and proactively respond to the broad needs of Academic Affairs— and the specific needs of colleges, departments, faculty and students— as they relate to instruction and, increasingly, research and discipline-specific needs. The unit has also played a leadership role in a broad range of campus-wide IT initiatives, partnering with ITS to ensure that outcomes serve the strategic needs of Academic Affairs and aptly support our faculty, students, staff and programs.
Laborer - Laborer Housing San Francisco
Under the direct supervision of the Associate Director of Housekeeping, it is the primary responsibility of the Laborer to move heavy objects, assist the grounds and maintenance in unskilled tasks and clean assigned areas of the properties managed by Facilities Services.
Facilities Maintenance Mechanic - Maintenance Housing San Francisco
Under the direct supervision of the Facilities Project Supervisor, it is the primary responsibility of the Facilities Maintenance Mechanic to perform a variety of skilled preventive and general maintenance, repair, construction, and renovation work on the properties managed by Facilities Housing.
Executive Director of Fundraising (Administrator III) - University Development San Francisco
The Executive Director of Fundraising is a member of the senior management team in the University Development Office. The Executive Director of Fundraising will oversee and comanage school and college development staff in addition to carrying his/her own portfolio of donors and prospects. The incumbent will develop and provide leadership and direction to a high performing team of college based and University wide fundraisers and help craft overall program strategy in the planning, coordination, and implementation of fundraising for his/her assigned units. The Executive Director will create an environment that enhances communication and encourages collaboration among the fundraisers and will carry responsibilities to foster a strong ongoing and productive relationship with other areas of Advancement.
Associate Director, Lam Family College of Business (Administrator I) - University Development San Francisco
The Associate Director of Development for the Lam Family College of Business (LFCoB) plans, organizes, and implements the College’s leadership gifts fundraising program. The Associate Director builds relationships with prominent alumni and other potential funders to secure gifts of $5,000 -$100,000 and above. The Associate Director works closely with the Senior Director for Development and the Dean of the College of Business to increase philanthropic support for key fundraising priorities in both undergraduate and graduate business programs. Coordinates with the Senior Director to engage with department chairs and faculty to build and deepen relationships that will help support the College. A key focus of this position will be to expand the major gift pipeline and grow the major and principal gifts program for the College of Business and Graduate Program.
Facilities Maintenance Mechanic - Facilities Services (Maintenance Housing) San Francisco
Under the direct supervision of the Facilities Project Supervisor, it is the primary responsibility of the Facilities Maintenance Mechanic to perform a variety of skilled preventive and general maintenance, repair, construction, and renovation work on the properties managed by Facilities Housing.
Facilities Worker II - (Facilities Services - Mechanical Maintenance) San Francisco
Under general supervision of the Manager, Fire and Life Safety, the Facilities Worker II independently performs a wide range of complex semiskilled and basic skilled facilities and systems maintenance, repair and renovation work. Incumbents must be able to perform basic trade work in three or more trades; analyze and troubleshoot problems across multiple trade functions; and perform necessary repairs independently. The incumbent will maintain records and retrieve data related to work performed using manual and/or computerized record‐keeping systems; prepare standard reports; and consult and work with other trades workers. The Facilities Worker II is trained in specific trade tasks which require a broader knowledge in several trades and a basic knowledge of theories, codes, procedures and general trade practices in applicable trade areas. Incumbents work under the direction of a skilled crafts worker on the more complex, trade‐ related assignments.
Facilities Project Supervisor - (Facilities Services - Estuary & Ocean Science Center) San Francisco
This position serves as the on-site facilities supervisor responsible for the short and long-term planning, coordination and maintenance of the buildings and 36 acres of property at EOS-Romberg Tiburon Center. The facilities supervisor is responsible for the oversight of major and minor construction projects, service vendors, and supervision of on-site university facilities staff.
Executive Assistant to the Dean (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) - College of Ethnic Studies San Francisco
The Dean of Ethnic Studies is looking for a multi-tasking individual to manage of the Deanʻs calendar on Outlook, juggling short term and long term planning, organizing events, prioritizing tasks, problem solving, responding to emails, screening phone calls and emails, general and confidential correspondence, scheduling conference Zoom calls, and setting internal deadlines. Consults with the Dean on sensitive issues that arise and plays a pivotal role in the resolution of challenging situations.
Degree Progress Graduation Specialist (Student Services Professional II) - Office of the University Registrar San Francisco
The Degree Progress Graduation Specialist is responsible for advising, counseling, and performing complex tasks related to updating degree progress reports, processing applications, and awarding degrees to undergraduate students at SF State. This position provides academic assessment and analysis for undergraduate students attempting to complete Title 5, California State University (CSU) and SF State graduation requirements.
CoSE Fiscal Operations Specialist (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Non-Exempt) - Dean's Office, College of Science & Engineering San Francisco
The CoSE Fiscal Operations Specialist provides essential and critical analytical and administrative support to the fiscal operations in the College of Science & Engineering (CoSE), comprised of nine on-campus departments, several on-site centers and two off-site centers. The COSE Business Office manages and monitors account activities in annual state allocated general funds, trust funds and University Corporation funds, and reconciles transactions generated by start-up faculty, college office, laboratories and stockrooms, and COSE departments and centers. The Finance Team in COSE provides professional administrative support to various stakeholders within and outside of COSE so that high-quality teaching and research can be carried out as intended. This position collects, reviews, monitors, and maintains a broad range of fiscal related data for the Dean’s Office as well as assisting with basic office and administrative duties, and assists in checking and reviewing 80+ procurement card monthly reports.
Senior Director of Development for the College of Science and Engineering (Administrator II) - University Development San Francisco
San Francisco State University seeks a Senior Director of Development for the College of Science & Engineering (CoSE) to plan, organize and implement the College's major and principal gifts fundraising program. The Senior Director builds relationships with prominent alumni and other potential funders to secure gifts of $25,000 - $1M and above. CoSE is entering an exciting phase as it starts construction of a new Science building and this presents a phenomenal opportunity to partner deeply with the Dean and Faculty to participate in a focused mini capital campaign to raise funds to equip the fully funded building.
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.
Automation and Cloud Infrastructure Administrator (Operating Systems Analyst - Expert) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
The incumbent, reporting to the Senior Director of Cloud and Systems Services and working under the direction of the Infrastructure Lead Architect, will serve as the expert-level hands-on administrator for Linux based services, automation, and emerging Public Cloud infrastructure technologies.
Lecturer Pool, Clinical Lab Sciences San Francisco
This a pool of part-time lecturers for the department to draw on as necessary. All appointments made from this recruitment are temporary part-time assignments.
Lecturer, American Indian Studies San Francisco
This a pool of part-time lecturers for the department to draw on as necessary. All appointments made from this recruitment are temporary part-time assignments.

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