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1Day Receptionist Part time.
Location: Columbia, MD 21044
Classified Day Receptionist Part time. Busy mental health practice in Bel Air is seeking candidates, for part time receptionist position. Hours are 10-4 Monday through Thursday. Training is provided. Computer proficiency is required. Please fax resume with salary requirements to 410-569-6500  Read More
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Classified KENNEL HELP WANTED Part time, mature dependable person. Call Forest HIll Vet CLinic at 410-838-6788 or email resume to ForestHillVet@hotmail.com  Read More
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3Child Development Instructor 201
Location: Oceanside, CA 92056
Classified Child Development Instructor 2018

MiraCosta College

To view the full job posting and apply for this position, go to: https://jobs.miracosta.edu

Discipline or Department: Child Development/Early Childhood Education
Position Type: Full-time Faculty
Hourly Rate or Monthly Salary:

Closing Date:

First Screening Date: Open until Filled. Submission deadline for 1st screening of applications is Tues., Feb. 13, 2018.

Basic Function and Other Details:
POSITION AVAILABLE:
MiraCosta College's Child Development Department invites applications for a full-time (10 months per year), tenure-track faculty position beginning in August, 2018. The ideal candidate will share MiraCosta's commitment to educating its racially and socioeconomically diverse student population. Principle responsibilities include teaching a variety of child development courses, both on-ground and online. The person selected will share leadership roles with other full-time instructors in developing curriculum, in using culturally responsive pedagogical techniques, and in coordinating the overall program.

BACKGROUND:
The Child Development Department includes both Child Development and Education. Students take courses to build skills for success in the workplace, in preparation for transfer as child development majors, and to fulfill general education requirements. Our department currently consists of four full-time faculty members, with one of those faculty members responsible for directing our Child Development Center, which is connected to our main child development classroom and is used by students in our classes for observations, curriculum implementation, service learning, and student teaching. We are committed to maintaining a strong connection between our college courses and our lab school (Child Development Center), as well as to providing students with a learning experience that includes high expectations, inclusive classroom practices, and a high degree of professionalism.

MiraCosta was designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) as well as a military-friendly organization, reflecting the responsibility the college has to the educational attainment and economic well-being of the surrounding community. MiraCosta currently enrolls approximately 20,000 students, the majority of whom are from racially minoritized populations. In the Child Development Department, 47% of the students are Latinx, 5% Asian-American, 5% African-American, 7% multiracial and 35% white. The successful candidate will join a campus that provides a robust offering of culturally responsive events, including speaker series dedicated to heritage month events through the Social Justice and Equity Center, and is committed to closing equity gaps.

To view the Child Development Department website, go to www.miracosta.edu/Instruction/ChildDevelopment

MiraCosta College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to providing an educational environment that affirms and supports diversity in its faculty, staff, and administration, and promoting an environment of inclusion. The college's commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is expressed in the policy found at http://www.miracosta.edu/officeofthepresident/board/downloads/3400BP-Diversity-Equity-Inclusion-Adopted4-6-16.pdf.

Representative Duties:
(E = essential job function)

Duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Teach a variety of child development courses, including both online and on-ground courses. (E)

2. Integrate the latest research and utilize a variety of culturally responsive teaching strategies to promote student learning and student success. (E)

3. In close cooperation with other faculty in the department, provide leadership in curriculum development, program review, and mentoring of associate faculty. (E)

4. Advise students about program requirements and facilitate student acquisition of certificates, degrees, and teaching permits. (E)

5. Assist in recruiting students and promoting the child development program through participation in college and community events, student clubs, and educational outreach.

6. Participate in articulation with high schools and transfer institutions.

7. Work with other child development faculty to maintain certification programs and coordinate student internships.

8. Work with the Child Development Advisory Committee to serve the needs of the community and update the curriculum.

9. Coordinate local and state grants, and participate on local and state committees related to services and/or advocacy for children and families. (E)

10. Participate in institutional service and collegial governance (e.g., governance councils, advisory committees, working conditions committees, ad hoc committees, task forces, and standards groups); and active involvement in department and/or program functioning (e.g., serving on hiring committees, faculty evaluation, and department meetings). (E)

11. Participate in the development, assessment and evaluation of student learning outcomes (SLOs). (E)

12. Participate in the tenure review process as described in the "Criteria for Evaluation" at http://www.miracosta.edu/administrative/hr/downloads/CriteriaForEvaluation.pdf.

Minimum Qualifications:
To be eligible for this position, you must meet and provide evidence of the following minimum qualifications:

1. Master's degree in Child Development (CD); Early Childhood Education (ECE); Human Development; Educational Psychology with a specialization in CD/ECE; Home Economics/Family and Consumer Studies with a specialization in CD/ECE; or Human Development and Psychology (an approved comparable degree at MiraCosta College); OR

2. Bachelor's degree in any of the majors listed above AND a Master's degree in Bilingual/Bicultural Education; Educational Supervision; Elementary Education; Family and Consumer Studies; Family Life Studies; Life Management/Home Economics; Psychology; Social Work; or Special Education; OR

3. the equivalent. Applicants who do not possess the EXACT degree major(s) listed above must attach an equivalency narrative and supporting documentation at the time of application. Instructions can be found at http://www.miracosta.edu/administrative/hr/downloads/Equivalency_009.pdf; OR

4. a fully satisfied, lifetime California Community College credential authorizing instruction in the appropriate subject matter; AND

5. sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.

Desirable Qualifications:
1. Recent, successful experience teaching at the college level, as well as experience working in programs for young children and/or families.

2. Experience or familiarity with student and program learning outcomes development and assessment.

3. Ability to design and assess culturally responsive curriculum and teaching pedagogy related to student learning needs.

4. Demonstrated success in helping students from historically underrepresented and/or marginalized groups, nontraditional students, speakers of other languages, and students with learning disabilities.

5. Experience collaborating with faculty or community leaders in programs or initiatives that are specifically designed to help historically underrepresented students achieve their educational goals.

6. Commitment to work closely with child development center staff on program issues and the integration of theory and practice.

7. Experience with online teaching and pedagogy.

8. Demonstrated leadership and advocacy in the field of early childhood education, and active participation in local and statewide child development communities.

9. Knowledge of the system of regulations regarding employment and credentialing of early childhood and elementary TK-grade five.

10. In addition to being well qualified to teach, additional abilities and interests in contributing to other professional pursuits at the College, such as: instructional innovation, second language ability, sponsoring clubs, new program development, student success initiatives, and community outreach.

11. Ability to communicate professionally and clearly, both orally and in writing; experience writing grant reports, program review, student learning outcomes reports, etc., preferred.

12. Evidence of a strong commitment to teach and remain current in the field of early childhood education.

13. Demonstrated commitment to the community college mission of providing instruction to students of diverse abilities, interests, and cultural backgrounds.

14. Commitment to examine, reflect, and modify instructional, relational, and classroom and counseling practices to more effectively engage and support disproportionately impacted student populations with a goal of closing equity gaps (see Student Equity website at http://www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/studentequity/index.html).

15. Ability to contribute to the mission of the college.

Licenses and Other Requirements:

Working Hours: WORKLOAD AND OTHER EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION: This position is a 10-month, 176 day contract. The standard contractual work week for this position is forty (40) hours consisting of thirty (30) hours of instructional time, curriculum development, preparation and student evaluation (contact hours and preparation hours). The remaining time will consist of five (5) student hours (of which at least two (2) hours must be designated office hours), and five (5) institutional service hours. The person selected for this position will be assigned a Faculty Service Area (FSA) in Child Development/Early Childhood Education and will be subject to assignment to any district facility during any hours of operation. Adherence to all District policies and procedures is expected.
Type of Benefits: SALARY AND BENEFITS: For current salary schedule and salary class descriptions, go to http://www.miracosta.edu/administrative/hr/downloads/SalaryScheduleAndSalaryClassDescrip2017-18.pdf. MiraCosta College offers a comprehensive package of benefits, which includes employer-paid medical, dental, and vision plans for employee and dependents; $100,000 employee life insurance; and other optional coverages. Faculty members are also covered under the California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS).

Special Instructions to Applicants: APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Apply and submit application materials online at https://jobs.miracosta.edu. Once you're in the online system, we strongly advise you to read the information on "How to Apply" and the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) before starting the application process.

Complete application packets submitted through the online system by Tuesday, February 13, 2018, will be included in the first screening. Additional applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

Submit the following documents directly in the online system:

1. a completed MiraCosta College Application for Academic Employment;

2. a cover letter addressed to the Selection Committee discussing your strengths and weaknesses as they apply to the desirable qualifications and representative duties stated in the position announcement;

3. teaching philosophy statement (attach this to the "Other Document 1" link), addressing questions such as

a. What do you feel are the best strategies for supporting students who have been historically marginalized?

b. What role should faculty play in student success?

c. Think of the most successful class you have taught. What were the key factors in creating that success, particularly for Black/African-American, Latinx, and Native-American students?

d. Describe how your teaching approach has changed over the years. Provide examples of what motivated the change(s);

4. a curriculum vitae or resume summarizing your educational background and experience;

5. three recent letters of recommendation (must be dated and signed). Letters need not be confidential. If you already have letters of recommendation in your possession, you may attach them yourself when attaching the other required documents in the online application system. If you would prefer, or if your letter writers would prefer to submit a confidential letter, you can enter their names and e-mail addresses in the online system, and the system will send an e-mail requesting them to submit a letter of recommendation via our online system. IMPORTANT: The system will NOT e-mail your letter writers until you have completely finished applying and receive a confirmation number from the system. Therefore, if you use this option, it is recommended that you finish applying at least 7 days prior to the closing date so that your letter writers have enough time to submit their letters. NOTE: Entering your letter writers' names and email addresses in order for them to receive an email generated by the system is a separate step from just listing them in the "References" section of the Application for Academic Employment;

6. two sample syllabi, written by you, for two of the following courses: children in a diverse society, children with special needs, infant/toddler, child/family/community, or any curriculum course (art, music, math/science, language/literature, or program planning);

7. a sample syllabus, written by you, for a core child development course (child growth & development; or child, family & community). Attach this to the "Other Document 2" link.

8. a sample exam, written by you, for a course taught recently;

9. Transcripts. a. Transcripts of ALL college degrees/coursework needed to qualify for this position; unofficial or legible copies are acceptable but must indicate that the degree(s) has been conferred, if applicable. A diploma will not be accepted in lieu of transcripts. An equivalency narrative and supporting documentation must be submitted at the time of application if (i) you do not possess the EXACT degree major(s) listed in the Minimum Qualifications section or (ii) your qualifying degree will not be awarded before the position begins. (View the instructions for equivalency requests at http://www.miracosta.edu/administrative/hr/downloads/Equivalency_009.pdf.)

If your qualifying degree is in progress but will be conferred BEFORE the position begins in August 2018, then you must also include a written statement from your adviser indicating the anticipated degree CONFERRAL date.

All degrees and units used to satisfy the minimum qualifications must be from postsecondary institutions accredited by an accreditation agency recognized by either the U.S. Department of Education or the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation. If your degree/coursework is from a college or university anywhere outside of the United States, you must submit a detailed evaluation from a professional evaluation agency. A partial list of agencies can be found at http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf. Transcripts or translations in English still require the evaluation to show the U.S. equivalence of your degree.

b. If needed to meet the minimum qualifications, a copy (front and back) of your fully satisfied, lifetime California Community College credential authorizing instruction in the appropriate subject matter.

NOTE: When you "APPLY FOR THIS POSTING," you will eventually be asked to answer the additional question(s) listed below. Your answers will appear toward the bottom of the application form.

-- MiraCosta College is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to diversity. We strive to be a model for equity and inclusion, effectively supporting students from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds who possess a range of abilities, academic preparation, and life experiences. Please describe what qualifications and/or experiences have prepared you to contribute to the fulfillment of the College's goals for equity and inclusion.

-- What experience, certification, or professional development do you have in teaching online? Attach documentation, if applicable.

-- Provide examples of ways you connect theory and practice, and utilize experiential learning, in your teaching (e.g., working in or with a lab school, having students implement activities in a lab school, assigning service learning, mentoring students who are enrolled in internship courses).

-- Briefly describe your accomplishments in curriculum development (e.g., course outlines written) and collaboration (e.g., clubs, committees, grants).

Individuals with qualified disabilities who need accommodation with any aspect of the application and/or interview process should contact Human Resources at 760.795.6854 at least five days prior to the closing date.

The screening and interview committee will review application materials two to five weeks following the closing date. Applicants selected for interview will be contacted by phone; those not selected will be notified by e-mail. For interviewees, the selection process will include a panel interview, as well as possible teaching demonstration and written exercise. Interview candidates coming from out of state or over 300 miles away will be reimbursed for travel expenses up to $500 for both initial and final interviews.

Human Resources Contact Information:
jobs@miracosta.edu or 760.795.6854

About MiraCosta College
The MiraCosta Community College District is one of California's 112 public community colleges. The district includes the communities of Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Cardiff, Olivenhain, Leucadia, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, and parts of Carmel Valley.

MiraCosta offers associate degrees, university-transfer courses, career-and-technical education, certificate programs, basic-skills education, and lifelong-learning opportunities that strengthen the economic, cultural, social, and educational well-being of the communities it serves.

The district consists of three campus sites and a robust online education program. The Oceanside Campus, serving about 12,000 credit students, has been located since 1964 on a panoramic 121-acre hilltop site with views of the ocean and mountains. The San Elijo Campus is located in Cardiff, 17 miles south of Oceanside, on 48 acres below the bluffs overlooking the San Elijo Lagoon Reserve. The San Elijo Campus opened in September 1988, and now attracts about 3,000 credit students. The Community Learning Center in downtown Oceanside hosts about 4,000 students in the college's noncredit classes including English as a Second Language, the Adult High School Diploma Program, and other tuition-free, noncredit classes as well as some college credit classes.


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4Assistant Adjunct Professor of E
Location: Oakland, CA 94613
Classified About Mills College:
Located in Oakland, California, in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College is a liberal arts college for women and gender non-binary students, with graduate programs for all genders. Consistently ranked one of the top master's universities and one of the best value colleges in the West by U.S. News & World Report, Mills also has been named one of the Best Colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review. The Mills experience is distinguished by small, interactive classes, one-on-one attention from exceptional faculty, a culture of creative experimentation, and cutting-edge interdisciplinary learning opportunities which empower students to make a statement in their careers and communities. As one of the most diverse liberal arts colleges in the country, we have a strong record of academic success with first-generation students, students of color, Latinx students, LGBTQ students, and other underrepresented students. Mills College has recently become a Hispanic Serving Institution. Applicants with expertise and experience in supporting and promoting success for Latina/o students are encouraged to apply.

Mills College encourages diversity in hiring and particularly welcomes applications and nominations from women, gender non-binary individuals, and minorities. Mills College seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice and our desire to maintain the excellence of our faculty. In so doing, we offer our students not only the opportunity to learn about varied disciplines but to engage with diverse perspectives and ways of knowing and learning. For more information, please visit http://www.mills.edu.

Job Description:
The Ethnic Studies (ES) Program located within the Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (RGGS) Department invites applications for a full time Assistant Adjunct Professor position in Latino/a/x Studies and/or Chicana/o/x Studies to begin August 1, 2018. This is a one year position that may be renewable with a salary of $60,000.
The successful candidate will have substantial teaching experience, a proven track record of mentoring and working with Latinx students, and a proven track record of community-based social science research. The successful candidate will utilize an intersectional analysis of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class and nation in their research and teaching.

The Assistant Adjunct Professor will be responsible for teaching five courses per year plus departmental service and student advising. Teaching will include: two undergraduate courses in Latina/o/x Studies, Research Methods with Communities of Color, Introduction to Ethnic Studies and one course in candidate's area of specialization. Ability to teach a course on race, gender and criminal justice or health and wellness particularly welcomed. This position includes academic advising as well as serving as the faculty advisor to the Latinx Student Alliance and the Undocumented Student Union. The Assistant Adjunct Professor will also work with students to coordinate Latinx Heritage Month events and undertake other departmental duties as assigned.

The ES Department recognizes that effective learning includes hands-on experience, and we provide co-curricular and community-based learning opportunities. The successful candidate will have the capacity to supervise student community engaged learning projects in local Latina/o/x communities.

Requirements:

* ABD or Ph.D. in Ethnic Studies or related discipline

* Demonstrated engagement with Latino/a/x, Chicano/a/x Studies and/ or Ethnic Studies as a discipline

* Experience teaching a variety of courses in Comparative Ethnic Studies and Latina/o/x Studies at the undergraduate level

* Participatory pedagogy that promotes active and transformative learning

* Excellent written and oral communication skills

* Ability to work with a diverse and dynamic student population

* Proven track record of community-based social science research
Additional Information:
This is full-time exempt position. Salary is $60,000 per year, and includes an excellent benefits package including medical/dental/vision/life/LTD insurance, 12 sick days and 10 paid holidays annually. Staff members also receive free admission to campus events, use of the pool, fitness center, and tennis courts. Tuition remission is also available after an introductory period. Voluntary benefits include: 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending account, pet insurance, long-term care insurance and legal-assistance insurance.

Mills College does not permit discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, race, religious creed, color, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, age, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. For more information on Mills' non-discrimination policy, please go to http://www.mills.edu/administration/administrative_offices/policies/nondiscrimination.php

Application Instructions:
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a letter outlining teaching and research interests, and supporting materials relevant to teaching experience including teaching evaluations. Applicants should also provide the names, addresses, and email contacts for three professional references. No letters of reference should be submitted at this time. Application review will start June 1, 2018; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Please note that this position is not eligible for sponsorship of employment visas. For further information, please contact Dr. Ajuan M. Mance, Search Committee Chair.

To apply, visit http://mills.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=98046


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5Systemwide DHR & Title IX Compli
Location: Long Beach, CA 90802
Classified Job Title: Systemwide DHR & Title IX Compliance Officer
Job ID: 1013492
Location: Downtown Long Beach
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Job Code 3306
Job Grade Range A
Department EEO & WHISTLEBLOWER

Chancellor's Office Statement

Join our team at the California State University, Office of the Chancellor, and make a difference in providing access to higher education. We are currently seeking experienced candidates for the position of Systemwide DHR & Title IX Compliance Officer. The CSU Chancellor's Office, located on the waterfront adjacent to the Aquarium of the Pacific in downtown Long Beach, is the headquarters for the nation's largest and most diverse system of higher education. The CSU Chancellor's Office offers a premium benefit package that includes outstanding vacation, health, and dental plans; a fee waiver education program; membership in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS); and 14 paid holidays a year.

Salary

Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Position Information

The California State University, Office of the Chancellor, is seeking a Systemwide DHR & Title IX Compliance Officer to provide oversight, training, technical assistance, leadership, and guidance with respect to institutional efforts to coordinate systemwide compliance with California State University (CSU) policies/procedures and federal and state laws/regulations in support of CSU's goal to create, maintain, and sustain a safe and diverse community that fosters inclusive excellence.

These state and federal laws and regulations include, but are not limited to, Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation (DHR) and civil rights laws including the California Equity in Higher Education Act; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX); the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA), which amends the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Campus Crimes Statistics Act, commonly known as the Clery Act, under its Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act provision (Campus SaVE Act); Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; and whistleblower protected disclosure and retaliation complaints.

The incumbent will be responsible for planning and implementing various systemwide initiatives, programs, and projects geared toward ensuring best practice compliance with applicable laws and fair process in related complaint and investigation processes on CSU's 23 campuses and at the Chancellor's Office.

Responsibilities

Under the general direction of the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Equal Opportunity/Title IX Compliance, the Systemwide DHR and Title IX Compliance Officer will:
-Maintain expertise in all subject areas related to state and federal laws and regulations involving DHR, Title IX, VAWA, whistleblower compliance, CSU policies and procedures, best practices, and investigative strategies;
-Maintain, monitor, and update appropriate confidential databases, and internal and external shared information websites relating to DHR, Title IX, whistleblower, VAWA, and other related subjects, ensuring campus Title IX Coordinators and DHR Administrators have access to training and resources necessary for systemwide compliance;
-Proactive thought leader, facilitator and change maker;
-Provide expert consultation to CSU administrators and staff;
-Design and participate in CSU programs and strategic initiatives relating to DHR, Title IX, VAWA, and whistleblower compliance;
-Work collaboratively and in consultation with all campus, Chancellor's Office, and community partners, including but not limited to Human Resources, Faculty/Academic Affairs, Office of General Counsel, Business and Finance, Intercollegiate Athletics, University Police, and Student Affairs/Student Services (including but not limited to student services divisions with responsibilities for student health, international students, women/men's centers, LGBT students, housing, athletics, student clubs/organizations, and fraternity/sorority life), to assess the effectiveness of system and campus efforts to address and prevent discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence and stalking in all University programs. Recommend strategies and solutions, as appropriate, to campuses, administrators, and executives;
-Coordinate CSU's compliance with state and federal legal, statutory and regulatory requirements
related to DHR, Title IX, VAWA, whistleblower complaints, and CSU Executive Orders 1095 - 1098 Revised (and any successor or related executive orders);
-Act as Chancellor's Office Human Resource Division representative on California State Auditor work groups related to audit compliance management;
-Provide assistance, guidance and collaborative consultation and support to all campuses regarding gender equity in all University programs, including athletics (participation, scholarships/financial aid, and athletics benefits);
-Consult with CSU administrators and university counsel on the implementation of systemwide policies and procedures;
-Develop and implement systems to monitor effectiveness of policies, procedures, and practices in areas of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, stalking, whistleblowing, and whistleblower retaliation;
-Compile and analyze information, statistics, and data/records regarding trends, training, complaints, investigations and findings, outcomes, and discipline, pertaining to DHR, Title IX, VAWA, and whistleblower compliance. Prepare reports on the number, nature, and disposition of such complaints, identifying patterns, if any, and making recommendations to resolve them and increase/improve prevention efforts, if needed;
-Provide full-spectrum advice, guidance, technical assistance, support, feedback and training to
CSU's 23 campuses and the Chancellor's Office in responding to, and investigating allegations of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, stalking, whistleblowing, and whistleblower retaliation;
-Create templates, handbooks, and other materials to facilitate systemwide compliance with all DHR, Title IX, VAWA, whistleblower laws, regulations, policies and procedures;
-Ensure that all systemwide executive orders, policies and procedures are compliant with current state and federal laws and regulations, and all 23 CSU campuses are consistently implementing these executive orders, policies and procedures with guidance derived from best practice principles;
-Serve as primary systemwide liaison for, trainer of, advisor to, facilitator of, and support for all 23 campus DHR Administrators and Title IX Coordinators, their deputies, and other campus administrators involved in implementing related policies and procedures, and those involved in handling, investigating, and resolving DHR, Title IX, VAWA and whistleblower complaints;
-Coordinate with other state and federal agencies and institutions regarding compliance, related policies and best practices, and represent the CSU at government and legislative hearings, as well as analyze and report on pending new state and federal legislation with potential impact on CSU;
-Participate in onboarding training programs for incoming DHR Administrators, Title IX
Coordinators, Whistleblower Administrators, investigators, student conduct administrators and other CSU administrators and staff;
-Represent CO Human Resources Division on Clery Act Interdepartmental Work Group;
-Oversee and coordinate system communications regarding all aspects of systemwide DHR, Title IX, VAWA and whistleblower compliance efforts;
-Develop and maintain strong collaborative and collegial relationships with all 23 campuses, the
Chancellor's Office, community partners, and other institutions, agencies, and government officials;
-Provide timely updates and reports to the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Human Resources, General Counsel, and others as requested. The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Equal Opportunity, Title IX and Compliance will supervise the Systemwide DHR and Title IX Compliance Officer and is responsible for the incumbent's performance evaluation;
-Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

This position requires:
-Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a related field.
-Minimum of five years of experience in human resources and/or Title IX compliance or an
equivalent combination of education and experience.
-Demonstrated understanding and/or experience in successful development and implementation of educational and training programs designed to address primary prevention of discrimination/harassment/retaliation, sexual violence, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, stalking and whistleblower compliance.
-Ability to travel extensively throughout the State of California.
-Travel outside of normal business hours.
-Ability to work independently with limited direction and guidance;
-Strong knowledge of state and federal DHR, whistleblower, Clery Act, VAWA, and Title IX
laws and regulations in employment and/or education environments;
-Must have demonstrated customer service orientation experience and be able to work effectively as part of a team;
-Strong understanding and/or experience in the successful development and implementation of
educational and training programs designed to address primary prevention of discrimination,
harassment, retaliation, whistleblower compliance, sexual misconduct (including sexual
violence/harassment/assault), domestic/dating violence, and stalking for a variety of constituencies including students, faculty, staff, government officials, and community partners;
-Demonstrated working knowledge of and ability to interpret federal and state employment and
discrimination laws, regulations, guidelines, and best practices; as well as experience with DHR,
Title IX and whistleblower compliance management;
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to exercise extraordinary tact,
diplomacy, discretion, professionalism, and judgment in decision making and higher level
communications;
-Demonstrated ability to set strategic direction, design and implement effective strategic plans
and programs;
-Excellent problem-solving and conflict resolution skills;
-Demonstrated ability to foster, establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with diverse constituencies;
-Sound reasoning, analytical, conflict resolution, and problem-solving skills, including the ability
to integrate a broad range of information sources, analyze them and apply the knowledge to the
area being appraised along with the creation of appropriate supporting documentation;
-Strong skills in analyzing policy issues, CSU policies and procedures, other directives, and
related federal and state laws and regulations to form solid recommendations for consultations
with CSU administrators and employees;
-Demonstrated ability to exercise independent and mature judgment, maintain objectivity and
fairness, and safeguard confidential and sensitive information on all work assignments;
-Excellent planning and organizational skills along with the ability to manage multiple high
priority tasks simultaneously, set priorities that accurately reflect the importance of job
responsibilities under changing business conditions, and consistently meet mandatory deadlines
while ensuring high standards of service;
-Demonstrated ability to make oral presentations to individuals or groups to enhance
understanding of applicable policies or procedures;
-Ability to gather, assemble, analyze and evaluate facts, evidence, data and other information in order to draw reasonable and fair conclusions, make sound decisions, and assure the creation of clear and concise investigation reports;
-Superior skills in collaboration, change management, and consensus building;
-Ability to conduct legal research;
-Ability to use a computer with word processing, spreadsheets, and other business software to
prepare work papers, reports, memos, summaries, and analyses and perform own clerical work.

Preferred Skills:
-Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an accredited American Bar Association institution or Doctorate or Master's
Degree with five years experience in a closely related field.
-Working knowledge of the structure, programs, policies, and procedures of the CSU.
-Administrative experience in higher education.
-Experience working in a unionized higher education environment.

Application Period

Resumes will be accepted until June 6, 2018 or until job posting is removed.

How To Apply

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Equal Employment Opportunity

The university is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, color, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, National origin, sex, sexual orientation, covered veteran status, or any other protected status. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified applicants with disabilities who self-disclose by contacting the Senior Human Resources Manager.

E-Verify

This position requires new hire employment verification to be processed through the E-Verify program administered by the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (DHSUSCIS)' in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA).

If hired, you will be required to furnish proof that you are legally authorized to work in the United States.

Mandated Reporter Per CANRA

The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.

Conflict of Interest

The duties of this position will include participation in decisions that may have a material financial benefit to the incumbent. Therefore, the selected candidate will be required to file Conflict of Interest Form 700: Statement of Economic Interest when they first occupy the position, and on an annual basis, complete ethics training within 6 months of appointment, and attend this training every other year thereafter.

Background

The Chancellor's Office policy requires that the selected candidate successfully complete a full background check (including a criminal records check) prior to assuming this position.


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6Associate Director of the Center
Location: University Park, PA 16802
Classified Associate Director of the Center for Security Research and Education

Penn State's Center for Security Research and Education (CSRE) is seeking an Associate Director. CSRE is a collaborative effort by multiple Penn State colleges, campuses, and research institutes to promote interdisciplinary research, education, and outreach in the area of security. CSRE defines security broadly to include threats from any source to homeland, national, and global security; the underlying causes of these threats; strategies and techniques for prevention and consequence management; and the effects of security measures on individual liberties. The Associate Director is responsible, under the supervision of the Director (a full-time faculty member), for helping plan and execute CSRE's full agenda. The position is located in State College, PA. Primary duties include, but are not limited to: developing, organizing, and executing activities designed to bring together and support Penn State faculty from diverse disciplines with potential to do collaborative research around security-related topics; overseeing execution of the CSRE seed grant program; facilitating and coordinating security-themed grant proposals and providing support for externally-funded grant projects; organizing and executing University-wide and public educational events; developing and overseeing affiliate faculty, fellows, student, and other programs essential to CSRE's mission. The Associate Director plays a critical role in helping CSRE fulfill its mission as a premier University sponsor of interdisciplinary security-related programs and should have a well-developed appreciation for the higher education environment. A Master's degree is required and a Ph.D. or other terminal degree with research in a security-related field is preferred, along with management or leadership experience in a higher education environment, a security-related field, or both. The successful candidate must be a creative and critical thinker who can drive strategic initiatives to completion and use superior problem solving, organizational, and project-management skills across academic disciplines. In addition, the candidate needs strong interpersonal skills to interact in a team environment and with a variety of stakeholders both within and outside the University, to include faculty, administrators, staff, staff, students, government and industry leaders, and the public. The candidate should have excellent written and oral communication skills. The ability to travel regionally, nationally, and internationally is required. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver`s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. This is a non-tenure track, academic position. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for two years from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/79104

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.


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7HR Management, Behavioral Scienc
Location: New London, CT 06320
Classified The United States Coast Guard Academy has an opening for a Behavioral Sciences or Leadership Lecturer. Please see our website http://www.cga.edu/jobs for a complete job description and application instructions.


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8Plan Review Manager, Facilities
Location: Berkeley, CA 94720
Classified Job Title:
Plan Review Manager, Facilities Services - (0484U) - #24940

Job ID:
24940

Location:
Main Campus-Berkeley

Full/Part Time:
Full-Time

Regular/Temporary:
Regular

Department
Facilities Services

About Berkeley

The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world's most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley's culture of openness, freedom and acceptance-academic and artistic, political and cultural-make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.

Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.

Departmental Overview

Facilities Services aspires to maintain a campus that is conducive to excellence in learning and research. We strive to continuously improve facility services for the campus community in partnership with clients and staff.

Responsibilities

Provides comprehensive plan review(s) on a wide variety of campus construction projects ranging from very small Tenant Improvements through complex new construction and infrastructure replacement projects and provides expert level plan review within technical areas of expertise such as Electrical, Plumbing/Mechanical and Infrastructure. Reviews plans for proposed projects and previously submitted plans for compliance to code and campus standards. Issues permits after the completion of a successful plan review.
May review and inspect all building exterior access projects for compliance with all Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements, state and local requirements, and act in coordination with the campus' Access Compliance Officer to confirm alignment with the expectations of that office as applicable.
Coordinates with Inspector of Record (IOR) on small and complex general construction projects, coordinating the activities of other campus inspectors within areas of technical expertise, and "special inspectors" as required by California code of Regulations Title 24. Works with inspectors and subject matter experts to resolve conflicts between disciplines, competing standards, codes or specifications.
Administers Permit Center, including intake of plans and related customer service functions, issuance of permits once plan review is complete, and issuance of Certificates of Occupancy once projects are complete and have submitted required close-out documents. Oversees mandated document retention and archiving.
Coordinates and supports plan reviews and inspections with State/Campus Fire Marshall.
Provides written documentation of all plan reviews and inspections performed, including daily reports, weekly updates and other reports as required to keep various project participants informed as necessary. Prepares analysis on deficiencies and conflicts during plan review for supervisors and managers.
Reviews and inspects construction projects and confirms compliance with all applicable codes, plans and specifications, campus standards, and acts in the capacity of deputy to the Director of Inspection Services and the Campus Building Official. Conducts both onsite inspections and plan review to ensure compliance.
Maintains required certifications and membership in plan review and inspection trade association(s) for the purpose of ensuring continuity of interpretations of applicable codes.Must maintain certification as International Code Council California Building Plans Examiner.

Required Qualifications

Expert knowledge of California Building Codes, and the Campus Construction Design Standards.
Expert knowledge/skills in providing comprehensive plan review services including the most complex improvement projects as well as code applications for replacement, repairs and upgrades of campus facilities, with particular emphasis on area of technical expertise.
Expert ability to review, evaluate, and advise project management on level of project completeness as it applies to application for progress payments submitted by contractors.
Expert verbal and interpersonal communications skills including skill to work effectively with a variety of constituents.
Expert organizational and analytical skills, including skill in problem recognition, avoidance and resolution.
Expert skills in effectively meeting budget and time constraints.
Skills to use computers and other electronic media to complete project documentation of all inspections, project progress, and equipment accounting and digital photography of the work in progress.

Education/Training:
Bachelors degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training. Certification in a specialty skilled trade required.

Licenses or certifications, if any:
Possession of a certificate as International Code Council California Building Plans Examiner is required within 12 months of employment. Possession of ICC certification as a Building Inspector, Fire Inspector, Electrical Inspector, Plumbing Inspector, Mechanical Inspector or California Access Specialist (CASp) are highly desirable.
Possession of a valid class C California Driver's License is required.

Salary & Benefits

The annual salary for this position is $86,600 - 132,000.

For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:

http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/compensation-and-benefits/index.html

How to Apply

Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.

Driving Required

A valid driver's license and DMV check for driving record is required.

Conviction History Background

This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
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Equal Employment Opportunity

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights as an applicant see: http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf
For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct

To Apply, visit:
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9Faculty Position in Chemistry
Location: Berkeley, CA 94720
Classified University of California, Berkeley
Department of Chemistry
Faculty Position in Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley invites applications for a tenured faculty position at the associate/full professor level with an expected start date of January 1, 2019 in the broadly defined field of chemical biology. A Ph.D. or equivalent degree in chemistry or a related field is required at the time of application, as well as demonstrated leadership in chemical biology through published papers, peer-reviewed grant support, invited lectures at national and international meetings and universities, and recognition through awards.

All applicants should submit a cover letter, an updated curriculum vitae, and a succinct summary of future research plans and past teaching experience. Additionally, please provide contact information for three to five references. We will only contact your referees if you are a finalist for the position, and we will seek your permission before doing so. Applications should be submitted electronically through our web-based system at:
https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/apply/JPF01609

All recommendation letters will be treated as confidential per University of California policy and California state law. Please refer potential referees, including when letters are provided via a third party (i.e., dossier service or career center), to the UC statement on confidentiality (http://apo.berkeley.edu/evalltr.html) prior to submitting their letters.

The deadline for receipt of application material is July 2, 2018. Please direct questions to Lauren Nakashima (ltnakashima@berkeley.edu).

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status.

For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct.

UC Berkeley is committed to diversity in all aspects of our mission and to addressing the family needs of faculty, including dual career couples and single parents. The Department of Chemistry is interested in candidates who will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity in higher education through their teaching, research, and service.


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10Assistant Professor in Higher Ed
Location: San Diego, CA 92110
Classified Assistant Professor in Higher Education
University of San Diego

Location: San Diego, CA, US

Organization Name: School of Leadership and Education Sciences

Department/School Description:
The Department has a multi-disciplinary faculty that works with mid-career students with a broad array of professional backgrounds who seek to deepen their understanding of and capacity for leadership in a variety of organizational contexts. The faculty working with MA and PhD students in the higher education area aim to develop self-aware, culturally competent, globally informed graduates who are able to maintain faith, courage and authenticity in the midst of increasing pressure across all higher education sectors.

Detailed Position Description:
The Department of Leadership Studies seeks a faculty member (tenure track, open rank) to teach, conduct research, and advise students primarily in the Higher Education Leadership area. The position could begin Fall 2018 or Spring/Fall 2019.

Job Requirements:
The faculty is especially seeking candidates with a demonstrated commitment to promoting social justice, as evidenced by the research questions they explore and/or their experiences working with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. Preference will be given to candidates who have demonstrated research skills and the ability to articulate a coherent research agenda, as well as experience in the area of student affairs or related areas in higher education.

The ideal candidate for this position will have: 1) an earned doctorate from a nationally recognized university in Higher Education, College Student Personnel, Student Affairs or area related to Student Affairs, or Education/Educational Leadership; 2) a record of (or clear potential for) scholarly research and publications; 3) evidence of successful teaching using alternative pedagogies and learning technologies appropriate for mid-career professionals at the post-secondary level; 4) evidence of the ability to make contributions in terms of supervising dissertations, master's theses and action-research projects; and 5) evidence of the ability to teach courses in higher education leadership and, ideally, inclusive of K-12 education.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach and mentor students in both masters and doctoral courses in Leadership Studies, chair doctoral dissertation committees, chair MA Action Research projects, participate in program development and university service. Summer and international teaching opportunities are generally available.

Additional Details:
Persons offered employment must successfully complete a pre-employment background check.
They also will be required to provide official education transcripts for degree verification purposes. Serious candidates are encouraged to request official transcripts to help expedite the hiring process.

The University of San Diego is an equal opportunity employer and is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. Candidates from underrepresented and underserved groups are encouraged to apply.

The University of San Diego offers a very competitive benefits package, to include medical, dental, vision, a 12% retirement contribution given to you by the University (with three-year vesting period), and access to on-campus Fitness Centers. Please visit the benefits section of our website to view all the perks and benefits that USD has to offer. USD: Human Resources: Benefits

The University of San Diego is a smoking and tobacco-free campus. For more information visit www.sandiego.edu/smokefree

How To Apply: To apply, go to https://usdebsprod.sandiego.edu, search for IRC28283 and apply as an applicant.

All applicants should submit a letter of interest, CV and a personal statement that includes, among other things, evidence of their commitment to promoting diversity. In short, the personal statement should help the faculty identify candidates who have the professional skills, experience, and/or willingness to engage in activities that will advance USD's campus diversity and equity goals.

Submit application materials and the names and contact information for three references.

Questions may be directed to Emma Mackey, Executive Assistant, Department of Leadership Studies(emackey@sandiego.edu, 619-260-4637).

The search committee will begin reviewing applications after June 30, 2018 and continue to review new applications until the position is filled.


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11Associate Director, HR, Provost
Location: Philadelphia, PA 19104
Classified Associate Director, HR, Provost Centers

University Overview
The University of Pennsylvania, the largest private employer in Philadelphia, is a world-renowned leader in education, research, and innovation. This historic, Ivy League school consistently ranks among the top 10 universities in the annual U.S. News & World Report survey. Penn has 12 highly-regarded schools that provide opportunities for undergraduate, graduate and continuing education, all influenced by Penn's distinctive interdisciplinary approach to scholarship and learning.

Penn offers a unique working environment within the city of Philadelphia. The University is situated on a beautiful urban campus, with easy access to a range of educational, cultural, and recreational activities. With its historical significance and landmarks, lively cultural offerings, and wide variety of atmospheres, Philadelphia is the perfect place to call home for work and play.

The University offers a competitive benefits package that includes excellent healthcare and tuition benefits for employees and their families, generous retirement benefits, a wide variety of professional development opportunities, supportive work and family benefits, a wealth of health and wellness programs and resources, and much more.

School/Center Overview
The Office of the Provost provides direction on all facets of the University's academic mission, including education, faculty, research, online learning, global initiatives, admissions, athletics, student life, and arts and culture. The Provost's Center aggregates programs and offices designed to support University operations, including: the Office of the Provost, the Office of the Vice Provost for Research and its reporting departments (Penn Center for Innovation, Environmental Health and Radiation Safety, University Laboratory Animal Resources, and Regulatory Affairs), the Office of the Chaplain, the Graduate Student Center and Family Resource Center, the Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics, College Houses and Academic Services, New Student Orientation, the Office of Student Conduct, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the University of Pennsylvania Press, and all of the University's arts organizations (Penn Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art, Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Arthur Ross Gallery, and University Art Collection). It also includes interdisciplinary academic centers and institutes that are more appropriately housed centrally than in an individual school, including the Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter, the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, the Center for Neuroscience and Society, the Penn Institute for Urban Research, the Center for Teaching and Learning, Kelly Writers House, and Weiss Tech House. http://provost.upenn.edu/

Duties
Reporting the Senior Director, HR, Provost Centers, act as HR Generalist supporting assigned departments/centers. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, handle recruitment activities from review of requisition, through posting, assisting with review of applicants and interviewing process, through hiring process of finalist; act as back-up Affirmative Action Compliance Officer for assigned areas; assist with on-boarding new staff; provide advice to supervisors regarding performance issues; participate in organizational development, assist with implementation; develop and deliver training programs; act as back-up for other Provost Center HR staff.

Qualifications
A Bachelor's Degree and 5 or more years of increased responsibility in the HR field or equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Experience as an HR Generalist with emphasis in employee relations a must. Experience in recruitment, compensation and organizational development strongly preferred. Must have knowledge of related federal laws and regulations and strong oral and written communications skills.

Apply online at https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/37285

Penn adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.


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12Director of Development, Institu
Location: Philadelphia, PA 19104
Classified Director of Development, Institute of Contemporary Art

University Overview
The University of Pennsylvania, the largest private employer in Philadelphia, is a world-renowned leader in education, research, and innovation. This historic, Ivy League school consistently ranks among the top 10 universities in the annual U.S. News & World Report survey. Penn has 12 highly-regarded schools that provide opportunities for undergraduate, graduate and continuing education, all influenced by Penn's distinctive interdisciplinary approach to scholarship and learning.

Penn offers a unique working environment within the city of Philadelphia. The University is situated on a beautiful urban campus, with easy access to a range of educational, cultural, and recreational activities. With its historical significance and landmarks, lively cultural offerings, and wide variety of atmospheres, Philadelphia is the perfect place to call home for work and play.

The University offers a competitive benefits package that includes excellent healthcare and tuition benefits for employees and their families, generous retirement benefits, a wide variety of professional development opportunities, supportive work and family benefits, a wealth of health and wellness programs and resources, and much more.

School/Center Overview
The Development and Alumni Relations organization at the University of Pennsylvania is one of the premier development organizations in the world.

Penn's Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) team members benefit from an exceptional work environment where professional excellence and individual pride in achievement are grounded in a strong institutional commitment to integrity and collegiality as we strive for collective success. For talented and innovative individuals, a career at the University of Pennsylvania offers the chance to be part of an exceptionally exciting environment at the nation's first university.

We seek talented individuals who will constitute a community that draws on the strength that comes with a substantive institutional commitment to diversity. Diversity is prized at Penn as a central component of our mission and helps create an educational and working environment that best supports the University's commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and scholarship.

Penn's commitment to achieving eminence through diversity is ultimately a commitment to creating a more vibrant university so that our employees will be both stimulated and empowered to shape a better world. http://darrecruiting.upenn.edu/why-choose-penn/about-dar

Duties
The Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania believes in the power of art and artists to inform and inspire. The ICA is free for all to engage and connect with the art of our time.

Founded in 1963 by the visionary dean of the school of architecture, Holmes Perkins, who wanted to expose students to what was 'new and happening' in art and culture, ICA has developed an international reputation as a preeminent venue for contemporary art and culture. A non-collecting museum, ICA is also one of the only kunsthalles in America. As part of the University of Pennsylvania, our artist-centric program is complemented by the intellectual rigor of a premier academic institution.

Since our founding, ICA exhibitions have aimed to bring under-recognized artists to the attention of the broader world. This was true in 1965 when we organized Andy Warhol's first ever solo museum show, helping propel him to superstardom; when we presented early shows of artists like Laurie Anderson, Richard Artschwager, Vija Celmins, Karen Kilimnik, Charles LeDray, Barry Le Va, Glenn Ligon, Robert Mapplethorpe, Agnes Martin, Damian Ortega, Pepon Osorio, Tavares Strachan, and Cy Twombly; and it remains true today.

It is this continued commitment to both accessibility and risk-taking that prompted New York Times art critic Roberta Smith to declare ICA 'among the most adventuresome showcases in the country where art since 1970 is concerned…'

Reporting to the Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and the University's Director of Development for Arts and Culture, the Director of Development is responsible for the overall fundraising activities of ICA at the University of Pennsylvania. The Director of Development will conceptualize, plan, and execute a program of fundraising in support of exhibitions, programs, membership, and special projects with an emphasis on major gift work, corporate and foundation relations and Board development.

The Director of Development will be an integral part of the Institute of Contemporary Art's administrative team, interacting closely with the director, Advisory Board, and senior administrative staff, promoting their active involvement in the fundraising process and coordinating the use of their time and energies to secure maximum results. All phases of the development plans and their execution; will be conducted in collaboration with the University's central development and alumni relations department to ensure maximum integration of effort and mutually reinforcing relationships. The Director of Development will also be responsible for directly supervising three professional staff members: a Major Gifts Officer, a Development Staff Writer, and an Administrative Assistant.

Specific Job Duties:
Secure ICA's philanthropic goals by:
Planning and executing marketing and development efforts for ICA's campaign 'Encounter the Unexpected' within Penn's 'Power of Penn' campaign,
Coordinating with central University campaign planning
Devising and executing appropriate strategies for obtaining major gifts, grants, and sponsorships, with ICA and DAR partners as appropriate
With ICA Director, developing fundraising strategy for Advisory Board members
Analyzing data on potential funding sources (individuals, government agencies, corporations, foundations);
Establishing effective effective procedures for sustaining donor interest and cultivating new gift and sponsorship opportunities.
Conceptualizing and executing annual ICA benefit
Organizing and overseeing the work of volunteers and professional and support staff
Evaluating an appeal to a particular donor in terms of size of gift, timing, and method of giving,
With ICA Director, executing lead gift solicitations for ICA
With Development and Alumni Relations colleagues, developing strategy for major gifts to benefit ICA
Supervising the writing, preparing and supervising grant and sponsorship proposals
Working with ICA leadership team to develop institutional plans and set priorities in relationship to physical and financial planning and the development process.

Lead and direct a staff to achieve optimum results by:
Communicating financial and key performance indicators and results to staff members
Establishing priorities and goals for all staff.
Managing staffing needs and identifying areas for organizational development updates or changes
Guiding the talent identification and professional development needs, processes and outcomes within the entire unit in line with the University's diversity and inclusion priorities
Setting clear performance expectations and holding staff accountable for outcomes through frequent feedback and coaching
Ensuring open communications among team members, engaging in team building efforts and holding regular staff meetings that embrace and support the group's diversity
Inspiring and motivating staff to achieve optimum results

Qualifications
BA/BS and 7-10 years of fundraising experience required, preferably within an arts related institution or a university. Able to appreciate and speak fluently about contemporary art. Proven record of successful development experience in a well-established and recognized non-profit institution. Thorough familiarity with the fundamental strategies of major gifts fundraising, including campaign planning and management. Knowledge of, or, experience in, government grant writing (e.g., IMLS, NEA, PCA, NEH, etc.) and solicitation of corporate and media sponsorships helpful. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Generous, flexible, open-minded, able to value difference Ability to inspire and move people to a desired action. Computer savvy cross-platform and excellent MS Office as well as multi-database experience.
Familiarity with programs and nomenclature of design, both graphic and video. Familiarity with and embrace of social media and emerging digital technologies, including but not limited to crowdsourcing funds and converting followers to supporters.
Understanding of data collection and sorting. Ability to create and communicate metrics that are organization-specific.
High motivation and a capacity for hard work within the context of an intensely goal-oriented environment. Ability to function independently, yet relate comfortably to a centralized framework for fundraising. Valid driver's license required.

Special Requirements
Background check required after a conditional job offer is made. Consideration of the background check will be tailored to the requirements of the job.

To apply, visit https://jobs.hr.upenn.edu/postings/37209

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13Vice President for Administratio
Location: Washington, DC 20005
Classified Vice President for Administration and Finance
Inviting Nominations, Applications and Inquiries

The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), located in Washington, D.C., is seeking a dynamic, innovative, collaborative leader as its next Vice President for Administration and Finance.

The Vice President serves on AASCU President Mildred García's Executive Leadership Team and confers with and coordinates administrative activities of the other Team members. Under the general direction of President García, the Vice President serves as the chief operations officer, providing strategic and operational leadership for all administrative and business functions of the association. This person provides day-to-day management and coordination of all operations and carries full signatory authority at the direction of the President. The following functions report to this position: Human Resources, Finance and Accounting, Information Technology, and Facilities.

The Vice President ensures the smooth and cost-effective operation of the association and its business processes, establishing and maintaining communications with all internally established committees and working groups. In addition, this position acts as the association's Affirmative Action Officer and Grievance Officer. This position is also responsible for reviewing and approving the recruiting and hiring process. The Vice President, through direction of the President, provides support to AASCU membership and serves as the primary contact with the association's legal counsel.

To support and enhance AASCU's role, the Vice President for Administration and Finance will have a passion for the mission of public higher education and a high-energy, service-oriented philosophy; and will be an agile, team-oriented professional with a track record of inspiring leadership, strong commitment to collaboration and, ideally, success in non-profit financial management at an institution of higher education or a national membership organization.

The candidate should have a strong knowledge of established management principles and practices and their application; techniques and procedures used in program development; and developing, reporting and evaluating programs. S/he will have a history of relationship-building with multiple constituencies and demonstrate an ability to support the organization and its members.

More details about this opportunity, including required qualifications and desired skills and experience, can be found at http://www.aascu.org/career-opportunities/. The optimal start date for this position is August 1, 2018.

Academic Search, Inc. will assist AASCU in their efforts to fill this position. Applications should consist of a substantive cover letter addressing the qualifications listed in the link above; a curriculum vitae; and a list of five professional references with full contact information, including the working relationship with each (references will not be contacted without the explicit permission of the candidate). Applications, nominations and expressions of interest can be submitted electronically, and in confidence, to AASCUVPAF@academic-search.com.

The position is open until filled, but only applications received by June 16, 2018 can be assured full consideration. Confidential discussions about this opportunity may be arranged by contacting Nancy Suttenfield at nds@academic-search.com or Jay Lemons at jay@academic-search.com.

AASCU is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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14Programmer Analyst -Administrato
Classified Programmer Analyst -Administrator


Title Position Reports To: Manager of Financial Systems

JOB SUMMARY:

Application development - full project life cycle (analysis, development, testing, and support). Candidate must be able to perform the duties required to accomplish full life cycle development. Phases include requirement development, analysis and design, coding and testing. Applications range from academics to financial.

RESPONSIBILTIES & DUTIES:

Daily support of current application software such as general ledger, accounts receivable, purchasing, human resources, etc.

Meets with end users to initiate or respond to requests for new program development or modifications to existing software.

Analyzes intention of requests and formulates best methodology to apply to problem, factoring in variables such as time, system resources, impact on other systems, technical ability of end user, etc.

Performs coding, testing and debugging of application program changes.

Perform other duties as assigned by Manager, Director or CIO.

REQUIREMENTS:

Minimum of two years' experience in computer programming.

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or comparable experience in related technical field.

Universe database experience - Including any Pick variety desired but not required.

Web Development languages a plus - Java, Python, LAMP and or UNIX skills a plus.

Excellent verbal & written communication skills

Able to work in team oriented environment

Ability to collaborate, assess and evaluate needs as presented by University Management.

EDUCATIONAL/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related technical field, or equivalent training, and/or experience.

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15Instructional Designer
Classified Instructional Designer

Title Position Reports To: Director

JOB SUMMARY:

The Instructional Designer will apply knowledge of current learning science, best practices in instructional design, and technology skills to support faculty in developing high-quality online and blended learning experiences. They will ensure that course projects meet or exceed quality standards and that development is completed on schedule. They will design and deliver training to enhance faculty knowledge of and enthusiasm for online learning pedagogies and practices. The ideal candidate will have college-level teaching experience and experience with faculty support and/or development.

RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:

Work with faculty and departments to design and create engaging, interactive learning

activities for online, blended, and web - enhanced courses.

Manage the development of online and blended courses from conceptualization through

launch. Ensure that courses meet or exceed quality standards, development is

completed on time and Adelphi distance learning policies are adhered to.

Provide pedagogical and technical support to faculty and recommend active learning

strategies that employ a range of modalities, and address diverse abilities and

backgrounds.

Collaborate with FCPE colleagues to develop services and programs that support

teaching and learning online and on campus.

Provide backup-support to mission critical FCPE services such as one-to-one

consultations on educational technology application or teaching strategies.

Develop and conduct faculty development experiences (e.g. self - guided tutorials, online

tutorials, other multimedia materials, etc.) to support faculty use of instructional design

concepts.

Research and evaluate new instructional technologies, LMS plugins, and educational

applications. Stay current on the latest technology tools and trends and provide quality

assurance and testing of instructional technologies, as needed.

Ensure accessibility standards that have been established for online courses and programs are being met.

Other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

Knowledge and application of current learning theories and instructional design

strategies in both classroom and online environments.

Experience using Learning Management Systems (Moodle preferred.)

Ability to work with faculty one-on-one in a collaborative and supportive manner.

Excellent organizational, problem - solving, and project management skills including the

ability to juggle multiple tasks and meet deadlines.

Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.

Familiarity with emerging technologies and their use in an instructional environment and

ability to learn new technologies quickly and to teach them to others.

Experience with Windows and Macintosh computer environments.

Experience advancing faculty instructional expertise (teaching institutes, training,

consulting, workshops, online resources, etc.)

Skill developing and implementing training and support for faculty, staff, and students in

the use of instructional technologies.

Facility in interpreting faculty and student needs and providing instructional support and

materials to address those needs.

Experience with a variety of presentation and authoring software (Adobe Suite, Google

Apps). Experience with data visualization and mapping software.

Experience with quality-assurance and compliance review rubrics such as Quality

Matters.

Proficiency with educational video production, web - conferencing, podcasting, graphics,

etc.

Excellent written, oral, and visual communication skills.



EDUCATIONAL/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor's Degree required Master's Degree in Instructional Design, preferred.

Educational Technology, Online Learning, or closely related field.

One to three years experience designing college-level courses.

One to three years college teaching experience (face-to-face and online/blended.)

Experience advancing faculty instructional expertise (teaching institutes, training,

consulting, workshops, online resources, etc.)

Skill developing and implementing training and support for faculty, staff, and

students.

Facility in interpreting faculty and student needs and providing instructional support

and materials to address those needs.

Experience with a variety of presentation and authoring software (Adobe Suite,

Google Apps.) Experience with data visualization and mapping software.

Experience with quality-assurance and compliance review rubrics.

Proficiency with educational video production, web-conferencing, podcasting, graphics, etc.

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16Sr. Instructional Technologist
Classified Sr. Instructional Technologist

Title Position Reports To: Director

JOB SUMMARY:

Senior Interactive Learning Designer leads a small team to provide outstanding support and

professional development for Adelphi University faculty. Supervises Interactive Technologist,

Interactive Learning Designer and the Learning Technology Commons Coordinator to ensure faculty

needs are met regarding the institution's learning management system and all related educational

technologies supported by the University. Provides strategic planning and oversight of FCPE

Development Lab, Learning Technology Commons, and FCPE Production Studio.

RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:

Research, evaluate, and recommend interactive educational technologies, materials and

applications in high impact educational practices.

Recommends space planning for the Learning Technology Commons, Development Lab and

Production Studio.

Collaborate with faculty, IT, libraries, and other departments to evaluate, improve and innovate with regard to university wide instructional technologies.

Liaise with the School of Education's Ed Technology Program and oversee graduate assistants in the Learning Technology Commons.

Provide instructional design strategies and pedagogical support across disciplines.

Consult with faculty on best practices for the use of educational technologies across all modalities (face-to-face, hybrid and online environments).

Assist faculty in the development of online or hybrid course designs.

Develop and conduct FCPE workshops on learning management systems (Moodle), instructional tools (hardware and software), and innovative uses of technology in teaching and learning.

Serve on University and faculty committees that relate to the advancement of faculty, educational technology, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Supervise learning technology commons coordinators and instructional technologists.

Oversee instructional media development team and projects.

REQUIREMENTS:

Ability to be organized and pay attention to detail.

Ability to prioritize workload according to volume, urgency, etc.

Excellent communication skills and teaching skills.

Thorough knowledge of educational technologies, learning management systems, and

online/hybrid teaching best practices.

Knowledge of current trends in technology, multimedia and education.

EDUCATIONAL/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

Master's Degree in Educational Technology or related field. Plus 5 years experience in educational

technology support in higher education, applied knowledge of educational media production, and the

development and design of online/hybrid coursework. The ability to collaborate with different

personalities, diverse populations and faculty across disciplines.

POSITION(S) SUPERVISED: Instructional Technologist, Educational Media Producer (PT), Learning Technology Commons Coordinator (PT)

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17Event Services Manager
Classified Event Services Manager

Entry Level
This position has competitive benefits including Tuition Remission for the employee, spouse and dependent children. Salary $38,000

Title Position Reports To: Associate Director of Operations and Event Services

JOB SUMMARY:

Responsible for overseeing and facilitating all aspects of event planning for campus locations serviced by the office of Auxiliary and Event Services. The position is responsible for event coordination that includes room sets, technical management and oversight of audiovisual requests within Event Services and the locations it provides service to. The position is responsible to support the educational, social, cultural interests of the university that meets the event needs of the students while facilitating their development.

RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:

Ensure your clients are contacted in a timely manner to complete proper set up diagrams and notifications for their events.

Responsible for making planning decisions to best suit customer needs by creating functioning floor plans, setting the proper atmosphere and affectively dealing with ongoing last minute changes and problems.

Responsible for overseeing and managing other Event Managers clients during your shift.

Manage the daily operations through effective planning, staff training, leadership, communication, follow up and the ability to be responsive to our customers.

Analyze and solve problems individually and as part of a team of Event Managers.

Develop and execute a maintenance schedule for all A/V equipment.

Develop a departmental A/V staff that can provide billable services.

Develop and conduct A/V training for Event Service management and staff - all being fully knowledgeable on the set up, operation and breakdown of equipment.

Coordinate special A/V rentals for necessary events

Responsible for managing and servicing summer conference groups and camps.

Perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS:

This is a service-oriented position that requires an individual that can manage constant interaction with members of the campus community and guests to the campus

Ability to work with peers in an open office environment

Ability to prioritize workload according to volume, urgency, etc.

Requires knowledge of sound, lighting, and projection component operations as well as having proficiency in meeting presentation technology

Requires working knowledge of EMS and Meeting Matrix event software

Physical requirements:

Sitting, walking and standing for long periods of time.

Must be able to work nights and weekends as needed and directed.

Able to reach, bend, pull, push, and lift up to 50 lbs.

EDUCATIONAL/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

Minimum of two years event service experience working with audiovisual components in a similar setting such as a higher education facility, conference center and or hotel.

Bachelor's Degree

POSITION(S) SUPERVISED:

Student staff

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18Dean, Academic Affairs - English
Location: San Francisco, CA 94103
Classified SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Posting Number: 0180119

Position Title: Dean, Academic Affairs - English, Communication, & World Languages

Filing Deadline
(All postings close at 4:00 PM): 06-21-2018

Job Type: Administrative - Dean

Examples of Duties:

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Academic Responsibilities/Curriculum & Instruction
1. Serve as the educational leader of the English, Communication Studies, and World Languages and Cultures departments by providing leadership on innovative student learning, student support, and program development.

2. Provide operational oversight and promote accountability and leadership in the development and review of program offerings, scheduling of classes, and teaching assignments based on student and community needs.

3. Maintain an understanding of current ideas, research, technology, and practices pertaining to areas of responsibility through study and participation in professional organizations.

4. Provide leadership to assist department chairs and faculty with the development of course offerings of distance, hybrid, and in-person courses including facilitating grant applications for areas of responsibility.

5. Monitor enrollment patterns, faculty workloads and hours across disciplines, cost/benefit information, employment and other critical data to identify class schedule opportunities, issues, program development and needed changes.

6. Cooperate with the department chairs in facilitating and overseeing the resolution, where possible, of student complaints.

7. Plan and conduct regular meetings with School personnel; promote a team effort; communicate relevant College deadlines, policies, procedures, applicable regulations of outside agencies, and other matters of interest or compliance to department chairs, faculty, classified staff and students.

8. Work with department chairs in finding resources to develop opportunities, programs and needed changes that enhance student success.

Planning & Development
9. Work directly with all School faculty including department chairs and faculty coordinators to prioritize program review requests for resource allocations.

10. Provide leadership to department chairs and faculty in their assessment of student learning outcomes as they relate to courses and programs.

11. Engage with department chairs, faculty and classified staff to assess new technologies and software to improve pedagogy and learning outcomes, increase opportunities for student access, and enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the work environment.

12. Prepare annual School goals, participate in planning activities, and facilitate completion of goals to ensure all accreditation, State and federal criteria concerning academics are followed.

13. Work with deans, department chairs, faculty and classified staff to plan and implement all activities required for program accreditation.

14. Coordinate efforts with the District's Marketing Department to implement a marketing and promotion plan for the School.

Budget/Fiscal Management
15. In compliance with District guidelines, recommend, implement, and monitor multiple budgets for assigned areas to ensure that the School of English, Communication, and World Languages remains fiscally sound and is operated within its allocated budget.

16. Oversee the allocation of the School's Academic Departments' equipment and supplies funds.

Liaison/Relationships with Community
17. Aligned with the District and School mission and goals, participate in community activities and professional organizations that foster student diversity.

18. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with area high schools, colleges, universities, and business and community-based organizations that promote and benefit the School's education programs.

Educational Leadership
19. Support department chairs, faculty and classified staff by working with administration to ensure resources and opportunities are allocated for their training and professional development that promotes teaching excellence and high standards in specified skills.

20. Work with instruction and student services deans, department chairs, faculty and classified staff to strengthen collaboration between instruction and student services to promote student success.

Personnel
21. In accord with District policies, contracts, and procedures, supervise and evaluate assigned faculty, including department chairs, faculty coordinators and classified staff; review and approve documents/forms necessary to effectuate assignments and pay of personnel under their supervision, i.e. assignment forms, time sheets, leave of absence forms, etc.

22. Review Tenure Review Committee recommendations for faculty tenure promotion, non-promotion, and dismissals for final approval to the Chancellor and the Board of Trustees.

23. In accord with District policies, contracts, and procedures, manage the professional conduct of assigned department chairs, faculty, and classified staff and collaborate with Employee Relations in resolving employee disciplinary matters; where resolution is not reached at the departmental level, serve as the administrative grievance officer in employee discipline processes.

General Responsibilities
24. Promote a work culture aligned with the College's mission to promote the delivery of customer service, innovation, and quality services to students, employees, and the community.

25. Serve on District and state-wide committees as assigned including participating collegiality on CCSF Participatory Governance committees.

26. Attend Board of Trustees' meetings; make presentations and submit reports and action items related to areas of responsibility.

27. Perform additional administrative duties and services as requested and assigned.

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19Dean, Academic Affairs - Health,
Location: San Francisco, CA 94103
Classified SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Posting Number: 0180120

Position Title: Dean, Academic Affairs - Health, PE, & Social Services

Filing Deadline
(All postings close at 4:00 PM): 06-21-2018

Job Type: Administrative - Dean

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Academic Responsibilities/Curriculum & Instruction
1. Serve as the educational leader of the Administration of Justice/Fire Science, Child Development & Family Studies, Health Education, Older Adults, Physical Education & Dance departments by providing leadership on innovative student learning, student support, and program development.

2. Provide operational oversight and promote accountability and leadership in the development and review of program offerings, scheduling of classes, and teaching assignments based on student and community needs.

3. Maintain an understanding of current ideas, research, technology, and practices pertaining to areas of responsibility through study and participation in professional organizations.

4. Provide leadership to assist department chairs and faculty with the development of course offerings of distance, hybrid, and in-person courses including facilitating grant applications for areas of responsibility.

5. Monitor enrollment patterns, faculty workloads and hours across disciplines, cost/benefit information, employment and other critical data to identify class schedule opportunities, issues, program development and needed changes.

6. Cooperate with the department chairs in facilitating and overseeing the resolution, where possible, of student complaints.

7. Plan and conduct regular meetings with School personnel; promote a team effort; communicate relevant College deadlines, policies, procedures, applicable regulations of outside agencies, and other matters of interest or compliance to department chairs, faculty, classified staff and students.

8. Work with department chairs in finding resources to develop opportunities, programs and needed changes that enhance student success.

Planning & Development
9. Work directly with all School faculty including department chairs and faculty coordinators to prioritize program review requests for resource allocations.

10. Provide leadership to department chairs and faculty in their assessment of student learning outcomes as they relate to courses and programs.

11. Engage with department chairs, faculty and classified staff to assess new technologies and software to improve pedagogy and learning outcomes, increase opportunities for student access, and enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the work environment.

12. Prepare annual School goals, participate in planning activities, and facilitate completion of goals to ensure all accreditation, State and federal criteria concerning academics are followed.

13. Work with deans, department chairs, faculty and classified staff to plan and implement all activities required for program accreditation.

14. Coordinate efforts with the District's Marketing Department to implement a marketing and promotion plan for the School.

Budget/Fiscal Management
15. In compliance with District guidelines, recommend, implement, and monitor multiple budgets for assigned areas to ensure that the School of Health, PE, and Social Services remains fiscally sound and is operated within its allocated budget.

16. Oversee the allocation of the School's Academic Departments' equipment and supplies funds.

Liaison/Relationships with Community
17. Aligned with the District and School mission and goals, participate in community activities and professional organizations that foster student diversity.

18. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with area high schools, colleges, universities, and business and community-based organizations that promote and benefit the School's education programs.

Educational Leadership
19. Support department chairs, faculty and classified staff by working with administration to ensure resources and opportunities are allocated for their training and professional development that promotes teaching excellence and high standards in specified skills.

20. Work with instruction and student services deans, department chairs, faculty and classified staff to strengthen collaboration between instruction and student services to promote student success.

Personnel
21. In accord with District policies, contracts, and procedures, supervise and evaluate assigned faculty, including department chairs, faculty coordinators and classified staff; review and approve documents/forms necessary to effectuate assignments and pay of personnel under their supervision, i.e. assignment forms, time sheets, leave of absence forms, etc.

22. Review Tenure Review Committee recommendations for faculty tenure promotion, non-promotion, and dismissals for final approval to the Chancellor and the Board of Trustees.

23. In accord with District policies, contracts, and procedures, manage the professional conduct of assigned department chairs, faculty, and classified staff and collaborate with Employee Relations in resolving employee disciplinary matters; where resolution is not reached at the departmental level, serve as the administrative grievance officer in employee discipline processes.

General Responsibilities
24. Promote a work culture aligned with the College's mission to promote the delivery of customer service, innovation, and quality services to students, employees, and the community.

25. Serve on District and state-wide committees as assigned including participating collegiality on CCSF Participatory Governance committees.

26. Attend Board of Trustees' meetings; make presentations and submit reports and action items related to areas of responsibility.

27. Perform additional administrative duties and services as requested and assigned.

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20Deputy Director of Student Disab
Location: Chicago, IL 60637
Classified Deputy Director of Student Disability Services

The University of Chicago, one of the nation's preeminent institutions of higher education, invites applications and nominations for the position of Deputy Director of Student Disability Services. This position provides an exceptional leadership opportunity for a collaborative, innovative, and experienced professional to support University-wide operations of Student Disability Services so that all students can fully participate in the life of the University and to help ensure that the University is in compliance with relevant laws and best practices for assisting students with disabilities.

The University is seeking a dynamic and responsive Deputy Director to work strategically and cooperatively within a dedicated team environment committed to enhancing the services provided to driven and highly talented students at all levels of the University. The Deputy Director must have demonstrated experience managing accommodations in a higher education setting; a proven ability to evaluate and interpret disability documentation to implement reasonable accommodations; a strong understanding of the legal and technological changes and developing best practices in the field; an excellent track record of establishing and managing effective work relationships with students, parents, faculty, staff, and community resources; and a deep affinity for the University's academic mission.

Position Summary

Reporting to the Director of Student Disability Services, the Deputy Director of Student Disability Services works collaboratively with students and staff across the University to determine and implement reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. The Deputy Director will help lead and manage services, support, and accommodations for students with disabilities and helps to remove barriers so that all students can fully participate in the life of the University. The Deputy Director employs knowledge of current disability services best practices and strategies and works as a resource to campus partners. In collaboration with the Director, the Deputy Director will actively engage in planning initiatives, assessing services, and representing Student Disability Services within the UChicago community.

Principle duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Provides thought leadership, oversight for various aspects of the Student Disability Services office, and strong support for the goals developed by the Director allowing her to focus on strategic initiatives.
Conducts intake interviews; provides effective communication to students about the student disability accommodation process and resources on campus; and refers students to other appropriate services.
Conducts trainings for staff to insure adequate knowledge of accommodating students.
Leads the development, implementation, maintenance and improvement of systems to effectively and efficiently provide texts in alternate formats.
Collects, verifies, and maintains disability documentation and other relevant information; analyzes and interprets students' diagnostic psycho-educational assessments/scores; and forwards all disability documentation to appropriate clinicians for independent review, as necessary.
Provides policy and assistance in implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitations Act to faculty, staff, and administrators.
Ensures the effective implementation of accommodations for students, including: insuring note-takers have been assigned for eligible students in a timely manner; insuring proctors have been assigned, rooms have been reserved, and the academic unit has obtained exams for students with special exam arrangements, arrangements have been communicated to all pertinent parties in a timely manner; communicating with instructors, advisers, deans of students, deans and medical personnel regarding the implementation of accommodations and services, as necessary.
Determines eligibility for services and appropriately communicates information about disability accommodations and services.
Oversees provision of auxiliary aids and services, including materials in alternate formats, interpreters, and adaptive technology, etc.
Collaborates with IT, the Library and academic divisions on the placement of adaptive technology; and provides students with resources related to disability issues and accommodation needs.
Collaborates with medical consultants, IT services, University Library Systems, College Housing, Facilities Services, Parking and Transportation, College Programming Office, Environmental Health & Safety and University of Chicago Police Department, Legal Counsel, vendors, area deans of students, faculty, other academic appointees, and other administrators.
Provides technical assistance to faculty, staff, administrators and liaises with other higher education institutions; networks with disability agencies and other community organizations providing services to students, including but not limited to: Chicago Lighthouse, Chicago Hearing Society, CAIRS and Caption First.
Documents communication and events by writing and filing interview notes; assists with the development of policies and procedures which reflect best practices among peer institutions; updates Student Disability Services website; maintains student-tracking database; contributes data for the annual and other reports when necessary.
Supervises a Program Coordinator; hires and supervises student worker staff; provides appropriate student employee development opportunities; establishes job standards and expectations.
Assists the Director in managing the budget, monitoring and reconciling accounts, processing payroll, and preparing financial and/or administrative reports.
Represents Student Disability Services on University-wide committees and at events.

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree in a relevant field preferred; concentration in higher education, disability services, rehabilitation, counseling or related field highly preferred.
Minimum of three years, full-time, progressively responsible work experience in disability services or a related field required.
Prior experience in an educational or university setting is required.
Knowledge of disability accommodations and best practices in the provision of services to students with disabilities in a college setting is required.
Familiarity with available software and assistive technologies is required.
Prior experience working with learning communities specifically designed for students with disabilities is required.
Knowledge of best practices and innovations in the field is preferred.
In-depth knowledge of the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act is required.
Demonstrated experience communicating effectively in various forms with diverse populations.
Supervisory experience is preferred.
Excellent written and oral communication skills are required.

The University of Chicago

The University of Chicago is one of the nation's leading institutions of higher education and research. Campus and Student Life (CSL) is comprised of several departments that serve the University's 16,000 college, graduate, and professional school students, as well as the campus community more broadly. CSL is importantly charged with the dual task of supporting all students in the University, graduate and undergraduate, and managing multiple campus departments and services that serve the entire campus community. CSL's programs and services focus on supporting student academic success, providing opportunities for personal growth and leadership development, developing community and engagement through the residential housing and dining program, and in areas such as artistic expression, spiritual exploration, and athletic competition. The University of Chicago community includes approximately 6,000 undergraduates and 10,000 graduates, professional, and other students and there are over 300 recognized student organizations working together to create a vibrant and dynamic student life.

The University of Chicago is located in the Hyde Park/South Kenwood neighborhood, a racially and economically diverse residential community of 43,000 people on the shores of Lake Michigan, about fifteen minutes south of downtown Chicago. To learn more about the university click here http://www.uchicago.edu/

Application Procedure and Timeline

The University of Chicago has partnered with Keeling and Associates, LLC (K&A) in this search process. Applications should include a cover letter clearly addressing the position requirements, and resume/curriculum vitae and must be sent, preferably in PDF format, to recruiting@KeelingAssociates.com. The subject line of the email should read "UChicago - Deputy Director, SDS."While the review of applicants will continue until the appointment is made, the first review of materials will begin immediately. All applications received by June 23, 2018, will receive full consideration.

Confidential inquiries and nominations should be addressed to Dr. Jan Walbert, Vice President and Senior Consultant for Executive Search, Keeling & Associates, at jwalbert@KeelingAssociates.com.

The University of Chicago does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or veteran status, and does not discriminate against members of protected classes under the law.




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