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Financial Aid Counselor - (Student Services Professional III) - Student Financial Aid San Francisco
The financial aid counselor is responsible for counseling students, applicants and parents on all aspects of the financial aid process; determining and monitoring students' eligibility for federal and state financial aid programs; and assuming major program responsibilities for one or more financial aid programs.
Senior Director of Development, Lam Family College of Business (Administrator II) - Development Office San Francisco
Reporting to one of two Executive Directors of Development, the Senior Director of Development of the College of Business supervises the Associate Director of Development and plans, organizes, and implements the College’s major and principal gifts fundraising program. The Senior Director works closely with the Executive Director, the Associate Vice President for Development, and the Dean of the College to increase philanthropic support for key fundraising priorities in both undergraduate and graduate programs and affiliated centers and institutes. S/He builds relationships with prominent alumni and other potential funders to secure gifts of $25,000 to $1 million and above. The Senior Director will have the opportunity to secure support for scholarships, endowed chairs, and programmatic initiatives, including the Lam-Larsen Initiatives and Centers, an innovative set of programs, research projects, workshops, speaker events, and other activities designed to have a transformational impact on the thousands of students, faculty, and staff of the Lam Family College of Business and across San Francisco State University. Many of these activities are interdisciplinary and are developed in partnership with businesses, industry/professional associations, nonprofits, and local, state, or federal government organizations.
Admissions Counselor (Student Services Professional II) - Undergraduate Admissions & Recruitment San Francisco
The Admissions Counselor coordinates admissions and enrollment processes for domestic students in compliance with Title 5 standards, California State University (CSU), and San Francisco State University (SFSU) admissions and enrollment policies including advising, counseling and guidance regarding the undergraduate admissions process to prospective applicants, undergraduate applicants, and returning SFSU students.
Financial Aid Counselor - (Student Services Professional II) - Office of Student Financial Aid San Francisco
Reporting to the Director of the Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA), the Financial Aid Counselor counsels students and parents on federal, State and University financial aid policies and procedures, reviews student/parent documents with financial aid application to determine eligibility and award financial aid to qualified students; assumes responsibility for one or more specialized programs; reviews student/parent appeals and administers professional judgement on a case-by-case basis; and conducts financial aid workshops both on and off campus.
Director of the Student Health Center - (Administrator III) - Student Health Services San Francisco
The Director of Student Health Services (SHS) supports the academic mission of the University by providing vision, leadership, strategic direction, and evaluation of various services offered by SHS in support of students and enhances their capacities to be active, engaged, and successful learners. The Director works closely with the Associate Vice President regarding mission, goals and programs, outreach services, staff development, budget, personnel, resource management, assessment, sustainability, and overall direction of SHS. The mission of SHS is to provide accessible and cost-effective quality medical care for all registered students at SF State. SHS strives to work with students to enhance lifelong health and wellness, facilitate retention and graduation, and reduce systematic health disparities related to human and cultural diversity. By providing accessible quality healthcare services, SHS strives to create an environment for all students to learn the skills to manage their own health and become informed future healthcare consumers.
Stop AAPI Hate Education Equity Program Lead - (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II) - College of Ethnic Studies San Francisco
Under the general supervision of the AARI Co-Executive Director, the SAH Educational Equity Program Manager provides program leadership of strategic nature through program and organizational unit planning activities and the analysis, development, and evaluation of highly complex programs with broad impact. Work duties involve, but is not limited to, supervising and training research assistants, student workers, and interns; delegating work and ensuring project end-deliverables; strategic planning; stakeholder communications; creating infrastructure processes for the program; and leading day-to-day operations of the program.
Assistant Director for Continuing Students & Retention (Administrator I) - Residential Life San Francisco
The Assistant Director of Residential Education and Continuing Student Retention performs duties to lead the Residential Education and Leadership team within the Residential Life Department, specifically in the Residential Communities that house continuing students. This position is tasked with the responsibility of visioning and leading the Residential communities that house all continuing, transfer, and non traditional students.
Network Analyst (Network Analyst - Career) - Information Technology Services San Francisco
Reporting to the Director of Network Services, the Network Analyst is responsible for hands-on support of SF State’s enterprise-wide data communications network, the underlying network infrastructure, the network hardware and the management tools which monitor these devices. The incumbent will design, install, configure, upgrade, monitor, and support multivendor network solutions. This position is responsible for supporting the network wired, wireless, and network infrastructure components. The incumbent shall interact with stakeholders in different departments across campus, throughout the CSU as well as with vendors. This position participates in CSU-wide committees on network, wireless and security topics.
Research Lab and Field Analyst (Research Technician I) - Office of Research and Sponsored Programs/Estuary and Ocean Science Center 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 experience with real-time continuous monitoring of water quality. Required - BSc in scientific area and experience working in the field, at sea and in a chemical laboratory setting. CA Drivers license.
Associate Director of Service Management (Administrator II) - Information Technology Services - Service Management San Francisco
The incumbent shall play an active role in guiding the ITS endpoint management function. In this capacity, the incumbent shall provide project leadership and subject matter expertise to the Endpoint Management team that administers and supports Windows and Apple systems. The incumbent shall work with the Endpoint Management team to develop and implement endpoint management infrastructure, security policies, and wide scale application and OS deployments.
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.
Residential Coordinator for Residential Education (Head Resident II - Non-Exempt) - Residential Life (Anticipated Recruitment for AY 24/25) San Francisco
Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Directors of Residential Education (First Year Experience or Continuing Student Retention), and lead by the Area Coordinator, the Residential Coordinator for Residential Education (RCRE) is a full-time, live-in position that assists students in their social and intellectual development and their pursuit to degree attainment. RCREs assist in the overall design, implementation, and daily administration of the Residential Education program for a specific residential community. Populations of these communities vary and can be in excess of 1,200 residents.
Sexual Violence Prevention Education & Case Manager (Student Services Professional IV) - Division of Student Life/SAFE Place San Francisco
Under the general supervision of the SAFE Place Manager, the incumbent will be responsible for the development and implementation of sexual violence prevention education on campus. Additionally, this position will serve as a bridge to and work closely with the Basic Needs Stability Coordinator to provide services for students experiencing domestic and intimate partner violence locate safe and immediate on and off campus housing. Other partners that this position will work closely with includes the Dean of Students Office, Food+Shelter+Success, Housing, Dining, & Conference Services; Associated Students; First Year Experience Committee; Veteran’s Services, Disability Programs & Resource Center, Career Services & Leadership Development, and the Case Management Team within the Division of Student Life (DOS).The incumbent will facilitate outreach, education, and trainings for the campus community to increase the visibility of the SAFE Place and housing security resources, implement sexual assault prevention, and promote health equity, social justice, cultural humility, and diversity concepts. The incumbent will also provide strategic and holistic case management to any student needing housing, food, or financial support during a crisis that overlaps with SAFE’s mission. This position will be a non-mandated reporter position to provide strategic support to SAFE
Basic Needs Coordinator with Housing Emphasis (Student Services Professional III) - Food + Shelter + Success San Francisco
Under the general supervision of the Director for Basic Needs Initiatives, Basic Needs Coordinator with Housing Emphasis provides a range of support services and advocacy in relations to basic needs services and support, with an emphasis on facilitating navigation of housing stability for students. With a strategic focus on students facing economic or basic needs challenges, as well as students with historical graduation equity gaps the Basic Needs Coordinator is responsible for the planning, coordination, daily operations, and evaluation of a range of one on one, group, consultation, and advocacy services to support students seeking basic needs support, specific though not exclusively to housing stability support. This position also coordinated the support for all student participating in SFSU’s emergency housing program “Gator Crisis Housing”.
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.
Basic Needs Stability Coordinator (Student Services Professional III) - Food + Shelter + Success San Francisco
Reporting to the Director of Food+Shelter+Success, the Basic Needs Stability Coordinator, works with students to explore safe and affordable housing and food stability options, coordinates and implements the HOPE Response Team, and explores crisis resources in a way that promotes dignity, minimizes marginalization, advances Graduation Initiative 2025, and focuses on closing the educational equity gap for an ethnically and culturally diverse student population. The incumbent assesses student situations and provides helps identify on-campus resources to refer students for case management, problem solving, and support.
Program coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) - Office of Research and Sponsored Programs/Biology San Francisco
Administrative support for student training grants including purchasing, stipends, travel and safety logistics, planning activities and logistics, report preparation. Interacting closely with PI, staff, and others in projects and University positions.
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.
Stop AAPI Hate Youth Program Lead - (Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II) - College of Ethnic Studies San Francisco
The Youth Program Manager serves as the Program Manager for SAH’s Youth Campaign. The Program Manager assesses, formulates, and evaluates 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. Additionally, the role serves as a key contact for the Youth Program; develops programming; supervises and oversees coordinators; teaches and mentors high school student interns and manages projects throughout the year. The Program Manager works with minors, meeting weekly with coordinators and interns. The Program Manager reports to and conducts biweekly check-ins with Director, Interim Project Director and the eventual SAH Youth Program Director.
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.

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