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1Sterile Processing Tech, ChicagoPresence Health
City: Chicago
Requisition ID: 52210
Location: Presence St Mary Chicago

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The Sterile Processing Technician I under general supervision performs all duties involving the decontamination, cleaning, assembly and sterilization of ancillary department instruments, packaging/sterilization of supplies according to established guidelines. Distributes, sets up, and cleans patient care equipment.


* Providing sterilization services and is responsible for picking cases and supporting the operative team.

* Receives sorts, inspects, decontaminates and cleans all instrumentation and equipment according to established procedure. Removes damaged instrumentation needing repair from service and arranges for service and/or recommends replacement.

* Loads and operates automatic washer/disinfector and/or automatic cart washer according to established procedures and applicable safety regulations. Some manual cleaning may be necessary.

* Loads and operates sterilization equipment according to established procedures and safety regulations. Maintains accurate sterilization records, maintaining all service reports and monitoring records related to sterilizers.

* Performs all cleaning duties in department as needed, and maintains the department according to established guidelines and regulations, free of safety hazards.

This document represents the major duties, responsibilities, and authorities of this job, and is not intended to be a complete list of all tasks and functions. Other duties may be assigned.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and/or Experience

High School diploma or equivalent required.

One year SPD or related work experience preferred.

Computer Skills

Must be proficient with Windows-style applications.

Knowledge of an MMS (material management system), and Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Outlook, Word) is preferred.

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2Cook, St. Joseph Medical Center,Presence Health
City: Joliet
Requisition ID: 52204
Location: Presence St Joseph Med Joliet

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The Cook must be able to perform a variety of functions and tasks pertinent to the production, service, and distribution of foods to patients, employees, and catered services at the specified times. Maintains high quality standards in all aspects of production and service.


* Prepares from standardized recipes large-scale food production for patients, cafeteria, guests and catering clients according to established forecasts within specified timeframes. Ensures that food service is provided correctly to patients and employees making use of patient menus, recipes, dietary restrictions, garnishing instructions and portion charts.

* Prepares, serves and stores food in a safe and sanitary manner ensuring all safety and sanitation procedures are followed in accordance with Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) principles.

* Utilizes all products in a cost effective manner preparing only to the forecasted level. Monitors food production and makes adjustments throughout the shift to ensure minimal product waste.

* Demonstrates an ability to work effectively with peers, supervisors and managers as a member of the team and establishes collaborative and supportive relationships. Cross trains in various cook positions and assists in the proper training and orientation of new staff.

* Follows established policies and procedures for all aspects of the job being performed. Follows the assigned cleaning procedures and cleaning schedules.

This document represents the major duties, responsibilities, and authorities of this job, and is not intended to be a complete list of all tasks and functions. Other duties may be assigned.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and/or Experience

High school diploma or equivalent required

1-3 years of experience preferred

Culinary arts training preferred

Computer Skills

General office computer skills required.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

Illinois Department of Public Health Food Services Sanitation Certification required, City of Chicago certification required for all facilities located in Chicago. Sanitation certifications must be secured within 6 months of hire.

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3Home Health Nurses, Joliet AreaPresence Health
City: Joliet
Requisition ID: 52202
Location: Presence Home Care Joliet

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Come join our team of dedicated home care professionals focused on providing compassionate, quality care to patients in the Joliet area!

Presence Home Care Chicagoland has served our community for over 30 years, allowing patients to receive services in the most comfortable environment, their homes! Presence Home Care offers competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package as well as an individualized orientation program that combines e-learning, classroom learning, and hands-on training. We have full time and part time opportunities available throughout our Cook County service area.


The Home Health Nurse is a Registered Professional Nurse (RN) that practices within the scope of the Illinois Nurse Practice Act to ensure the delivery of comprehensive, high quality, individualized nursing care, based upon knowledge and experience, the nursing process and leadership skills. Uses the principles of community health nursing and the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation, to provide care to patients in their homes in accordance with the physician's medical plan of treatment. Collaborates with managers, physicians and other clinical disciplines in making decisions regarding patient's care, coordinates family involvement in the assessment/treatment and continuing care of the patient, and delegates tasks to competent and appropriate caregivers.


* Assesses each patient's biophysical, psychological, environmental, self-care, educational and discharge planning needs based on age and developmental status.

* Develops a prioritized and outcome directed plan of care to assigned patients as necessary.

* Performs clinical and technical aspects of care in accordance with established policies, procedures, standards of practice and within limits of the Illinois Nurse Practice Act.

* Utilizes assessment skills during contact with patients to detect changes in status and initiates appropriate interventions.

* Evaluates the effectiveness of nursing interventions by performing ongoing assessments and reassessments of patient problems, conditions and treatments. Modifies the plan of care focusing on age and developmental status.

This document represents the major duties, responsibilities, and authorities of this job, and is not intended to be a complete list of all tasks and functions. Other duties may be assigned.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and/or Experience

Graduate of an accredited nursing program required. One year of medical-surgical nursing experience required.

Home Health experience preferred.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

Registered Nurse with a current Illinois License required. Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required. Valid driver's license, access to a vehicle and proof of auto insurance required.

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4Open Level Professor Position in
Open Level Professor Position in Materials

The Materials Department in the College of Engineering at the University of California, Santa Barbara, is seeking applications for a tenured or tenure-track faculty position in the broad area of Electronic, Optoelectronic or Quantum Materials. The position may be at the Assistant, Associate or Full Professor level.

Candidates should demonstrate the ability to develop a leading research program in experimental materials science, with primary consideration on the synthesis, processing or characterization of Electronic, Optoelectronic or Quantum Materials that exhibit new functionality or physical behavior with the potential for technological application. It is expected that the candidate would demonstrate potential for integrative and collaborative research with the broader Materials community at UCSB, which has a longstanding reputation for collaborative research in advanced materials.

Appointment would be effective July 1, 2019 or later. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in a science or engineering field by the time of the application.

Applications consisting of a Curriculum Vitae, a statement of teaching goals and philosophy (1- page limit), a brief statement of research interests (3-page limit), an optional cover letter, and the names and addresses of three references, should be submitted online at:

Please apply by March 15, 2019 for primary consideration; however, the position will remain open until filled.

The Materials Department is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching, professional visibility and service.

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

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5Assistant/Associate/Full Profess
Classified Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering) AD-1710-00
United States Coast Guard Academy

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Hiring Agency:
United States Coast Guard

(USD) 85,023.00 to $145,905.00

Position Title:
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering) AD-1710-00

Open Period:
02/08/2019 to 03/14/2019


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Duty Location(s):
1 in New London, CT, US

For More Info:
David Johnson, 860-444-8358

Who May Apply:
This vacancy is open to U.S. Citizens and non-Citizens. Hiring restrictions may apply to certain Non-U.S. Citizens.

Security Clearance Required:
Q Non-sensitive

Duration Appointment:
This is a tenure track position and this is the initial 3 year appointment.

Marketing Statement:
The Academy offers B.S. degrees in nine academic majors: Naval Architecture-Marine Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Cyber Systems, Marine-Environmental Sciences, Operations Research-Computer Analysis, Management, and Government; the Academy is staffed with over 100 full-time civilian and military faculty. The attractive riverside campus is home to a nationally representative and diverse student body of about 1,000. The U.S. Coast Guard Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Visit for more information.

The U.S. Coast Guard Academy prides itself in maintaining, developing, and promoting a community of inclusion that embodies a representative cross section of the population of the United States. It is our belief that gender, racial, ethnic, and religious diversity are critical to the professional and personal development of future Coast Guard Officers as well as the entire academic and professional community at the Academy.

The Academy is located near the shoreline of southeastern Connecticut, midway between New York and Boston, and is within commuting range of regional as well as other national colleges and universities in the CT/RI/MA tristate area.

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Relocation Authorized:

Travel Required:
Not required

This is a tenure-track 10 month per year appointment.

Applicants should be committed to outstanding undergraduate teaching leading to a Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. Duties include teaching a range of courses in the Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Program. The successful candidate is expected to demonstrate professional growth and will ultimately teach at the senior design level. Tenuretrack position responsibilities also include scholarship and other professional development activities, academic advising, participation in leadership and professional development activities with students outside of class, and service to the Academy.
Additional compensation may be available if the selectee requests and is selected for summer employment.

Competitive candidates will have an earned doctorate in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, Ocean Engineering or a closely related field from an accredited university. Doctoral students are encouraged to apply and must provide a letter from their thesis committee chair specifying their anticipated degree completion date.

Qualifications and Evaluations
FOREIGN EDUCATION: Education completed in foreign colleges or universities may be used to meet the requirements. You must show proof the education credentials have been deemed to be at least equivalent to that gained in a conventional U.S. education program. It is your responsibility to provide such evidence when applying. For further information on the evaluation of foreign education, refer to the U.S. Department of Education's website at click here.

When including education on your resume, report only attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of the announcement.

All application material must be submitted by the closing date.

An earned doctorate, or ABD status in Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering, Ocean Engineering, or a closely related field. If doctoral degree is pending, evidence that all requirements for the doctorate will be completed on or before July 21, 2019.

In addition to education to be qualified, the candidate must have:

* Experience in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering academic setting - such as teaching or research or

* Experience in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering professional practice.

Experience in some or all of the following areas, with ship design application, will be considered favorably: ship structures and materials, marine engineering, modern hydrodynamics and hydrostatics methods. A demonstrated commitment to strong undergraduate teaching, student-centered learning, and classroom effectiveness is highly desired. Other factors that will be considered favorably include: contributions through professional societies, underway (i.e., at sea) experiences, and/or a Professional Engineers License in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. Candidates should possess a record demonstrating strong teamwork skills and a desire to work in a diverse and collaborative environment. A record of student leader development, role modeling, and public service will be considered favorably. Classroom experience teaching and mentoring diverse student populations and/or experience promoting diversity and inclusion in academic and/or professional settings is highly valued.

This position will be filled as a tenure-track position.

DHS offers an attractive benefits package, that may include: health, dental, vision, life, and long-term care insurance; retirement plan; Thrift Savings Plan [similar to a 401(k)]; Flexible Spending Account; Employee Assistance Program; personal leave days; and paid federal holidays. Other benefits may include: flexible work schedules; telework; tuition reimbursement; transportation subsidies; uniform allowance; health and wellness programs; and fitness centers. (Please view the full job listing at the website below to see the full list of benefits for this position.)

How to Apply:
Applicants must submit all of the required information or their application will not be considered.
Applications must be sent electronically via email to:

To view the full job posting, and apply for the position, please visit:

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6Dean of Instruction
Location: Barstow, CA 92311
Classified Dean of Instruction
Barstow Community College

Salary: $88,236.00 - $118,081.00 Annually
Location: BARSTOW, CA
Job Number: 00123
Closing: 4/8/2019 5:00 PM Pacific

Under the direction of Vice President, Academic Affairs, plan, organize, administer, develop and evaluate the programs, projects and activities of assigned instructional area(s)/department(s). Provide leadership for faculty and staff in program development and offering quality educational services for College students, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel.

Provide leadership for program development and review; work directly with faculty to plan for curriculum development, additions, modifications, and deletions; set priorities for resource needs; provide program analysis and multi-year instructional plans and participate in strategic and long-range instructional planning for the District. E
Promote, communicate and facilitate partnerships with leaders in the private and public sectors, regulatory agencies and in educational agencies to determine needs for new courses, services and/or programs. E
Plan, organize, develop, review and evaluate the programs, activities and/or curriculum of assigned programs and/or services that meet accreditation/industry standards. E
Determine and fulfill needs for other college sites and centers regarding instructional programs and services; provide for proper staffing of classes; administer and evaluate courses and assigned instructional staff. E
Confer with others regarding ideas for program improvement. E
Manage enrollment and its relationship to resource allocation, scheduling, and productivity in meeting student needs. E
Develop the area budget and manage financial resources consistent with District policy and sound financial management principles. E
Evaluate, approve and process requests for field trips, conference attendance, textbook selection, supplies, equipment orders, independent study, credit by exam, course waivers and other student petitions. E
Work cooperatively with other administrators and staff to coordinate programs and services to meet student needs; resolve conflicts and issues within the area and among departments. E
Organize and participate in District committees. E
Evaluate faculty, managers and classified staff in Academic Affairs accordance with proper management practices and implement articles of collective bargaining agreements, if applicable. E
Maintain current knowledge of new developments and innovations in community colleges and higher education in general; recommend changes to maintain relevance of area programs and to meet student and community needs. E
Communicate with faculty, administrators and staff by holding regular meetings to facilitate planning and collegial decision-making and to keep staff informed about issues and projects for the overall College instructional programs. E
Support and work with the appropriate staff in the use and security of assigned facilities, equipment maintenance and compliance with health and safety regulations. E
Support, implement and promote compliance with the District's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Plan in all aspects of employment and education; encourage cultural and ethnic diversity in staffing, curriculum, programs and services. E
Make presentations as necessary to various groups within the District, community and State. E
Accurately interpret applicable laws, regulations and collective bargaining contract provisions. E
Promote and deliver programs and services that enhance student success. E
Perform related duties as assigned.

Higher education in community colleges, including the mission of the California Community Colleges
Adult learning theory and learning styles
Evaluation methods
Enrollment management
Collective bargaining agreements
Multiple methods of instruction
Curriculum development and course articulation
Budget preparation and control
Principles and practices of administration, supervision and training
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy
District organization, operations, policies and objectives
Oral and written communication skills
Information technology systems and solutions
Policies and objectives of assigned program and activities
California Education Code and Title 5

Plan, organize, develop and evaluate the programs, activities and curriculum of program areas
Develop and modify curriculum to meet student and community needs
Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with faculty and staff, students and community members.
Work effectively with students, faculty and staff from multi-cultural backgrounds and promote access and equity
Train, supervise and evaluate personnel
Present a positive image of the College in the community
Read, interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures
Maintain current knowledge of program rules, regulations, requirements and restrictions
Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action
Meet schedules and timelines
Plan and organize work
Work cooperatively and coordinate projects with other administrators and staff to offer effective services to students
Understand the needs of the overall instructional program and participate with the management team to set goals and priorities for the College
Organize and chair meetings, lead workshops, facilitate group discussions and involve faculty and staff, goal setting and decision-making
Organize multiple projects and carry out required project details throughout the year
Evaluate and support faculty in staff recommendations for program improvements and/or new program efforts
Identify resources and develop grant or special project applications
Understand learning theories and styles
Develop strategies to address academic rigor

Demanding office environment

Sitting at a keyboard for extended periods of time, carrying boxes and other registration materials, bending at the waist, lifting objects weighing up to 14 pounds, and hearing and speaking to exchange information and make presentations.

Minimum Qualifications
Master's degree from an accredited college or university and One year of administrative experience, formal training, internship, or leadership in a related area and three years of post-secondary teaching experience.

A full-time, 12-month, certificated management position. Indexed to placement on the Administrative and Management Salary Schedule at a range 17. This position is subject to evening hours and weekends.

The District provides an excellent health and welfare package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance and income protection. Current employer contribution not to exceed $17,300 per year. Enrollment in the State Teachers Retirement System (STRS) is available.

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7Mental Health Counselor (Grant F
Location: Barstow, CA 92311
Classified Mental Health Counselor
Barstow Community College

Salary: $57,397.00 - $95,889.00 Annually
Location: BARSTOW, CA
Job Number: 00122
Closing: 3/25/2019 5:00 PM Pacific

Under the direction of an administrator, the Mental Health Counselor provides leadership in mental health intervention to students in order to promote emotional health, student success and retention. Provides psychological intake, assessment, crisis intervention, personal counseling/psychotherapy, case management, consultation and referral services. The responsibilities of the Mental Health Counselor include, but are not limited to: Assessing the mental health needs of students and providing brief therapy; implementing comprehensive programs and services designed to facilitate the well-being of students; collaborating with campus faculty, staff and administrators; and providing resources and referrals with off campus organizations to meet the needs of students.

Provide personal short-term and crises counseling services to students with emotional, social, learning, and career issues
Provides violence risk assessment of, and psychological counseling to, at-risk students
Participates as a member of the Barstow Community College "Crisis Intervention Team"
Provide individual and group therapeutic services; facilitates group therapy sessions
Serves as a consultant to faculty and staff on psychological factors and problems which may influence the behavior, motivation, and learning process of students
Develop student, faculty and staff educational resource materials
Develops and makes presentations in classrooms and other venues to promote positive mental health
Assists the area of Student Services and Counseling in managing students requiring disciplinary attention
Works with various campus departments to develop student, faculty and staff training/workshops and present educational program to promote personal, interpersonal and psychological health
Provide referrals for students that utilize college and community support services
Develop and implement preventive, educational and outreach programming to students who are often marginalized
Respond to mental health emergencies on the main campus, State Street and Fort Irwin
Develop and demonstrate a multicultural awareness and contribute to cultivating an inclusive, diverse, and respectful college community
Represents the Counseling Department on college wide committees and at community and professional meetings as needed
Maintains students' charts in accordance to State, County and quality assurance guidelines
May provide supervision of clinical hours for interns
Establishes working relationships with other staff, and public and private agencies emphasizing continuity of student care outside of the Student Mental Health Center
Serves on other campus, county, region and statewide teams, as needed
Makes mandated reports, as needed, to outside agencies
Provides reports to management and provides updates related to services and activities
Adheres to the standards of the Privacy Act of 1974, {U.S.C. § 552A} as amended; maintains and enforces all aspects of confidentiality of client information (FERPA and HIPPA)
Collaborates with psychiatry and other mental health services in the community to ensure the continuity of appropriate and necessary care
Serves as a liaison to community-based services providing mental health-related services for purposes of effective referrals

Minimum Qualifications

A master's degree from an accredited graduate school or program in Counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, guidance counseling, Social Work; Marriage, Family, and Child counseling; Marriage and Family Therapy; Couples and Family Therapy; Psychology; Clinical Psychology; Counseling Psychology; or Counseling with an emphasis in either marriage, family, and child counseling or marriage and family therapy.

Two (2) years of increasingly responsible, professional experience in a college setting or clinical experience in a social work setting or in rehabilitative counseling
May be required to complete a minimum of six (6) hours of supervision training or coursework within sixty (60) days of the commencement of supervision of ASWs, or interns, for licensure, and complete the minimum required training every two-year renewal period thereafter.
May require a valid California driver's license

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: May be acquired through education, training, and/or experience. Knowledge of: Principles of psychotherapeutic techniques, procedures, and trends in individual and group therapy and counseling, psychotherapy, and prevention strategies; Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disabilities, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse; Criteria for clinical diagnosis of emotional and mental disturbances as well as normal and abnormal emotional and mental development to include growth, development, and living relationships; Local community resources and various community services programs; Pertinent local, state and federal rules, regulations and laws; and District policies, rules and procedures. Ability to: Assess and evaluate clients' individual, social and behavioral problems, and determine the needs, services and appropriate treatment methods of clients, and initiate the most effective course of action; Make recommendations based on observations and interviews; Provide clinical supervision and train, assign and review work of assigned subordinate staff; Assess and prioritize multiple tasks, projects and demands; Develop clear, concise, and comprehensive case records and documentation; Work with various social, economic, and ethnic groups in a tactful and effective manner; Relate effectively and positively with assigned clients to establish trust and rapport; display empathy; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, supervisors, students and clients, community partners, and others contacted in the performance of required duties; Effectively represent the District in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other District staff, and governmental agencies; Operate a personal computer utilizing a variety of standard software including electronic medical records; Safely operate a motor vehicle.

WORK DIRECTION, LEAD AND SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: May provide clinical supervision to interns to facilitate licensure; and work direction to student and short-term employees and/or other departmental staff as needed and/or required.

Full-time, ten-month contract plus 18 days beyond the length of the academic year at the option of the District. Placement on the Certificated Salary Schedule commensurate with education and experience plus 10% for the 18 extra days. Requires 40 hours per week of direct service day and/or night hours as assigned, plus other full-time staff responsibilities such as committee assignments, liaison assignments and other assignments as determined by contractual agreement and/or the assigned academic administrator.

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8Executive Director of Research,
Location: Berkeley, CA 94720
Classified Executive Director of Research, Teaching, Learning & Chief Academic Technology Officer (0669U)
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 acceptanceacademic and artistic, political and culturalmake 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

Departmental Overview
The Executive Director of Research, Teaching, Learning (ED-RTL) & Chief Academic Technology Officer (CATO) is the strategic leader who provides vision and direction for teaching and research support services focusing on pedagogy and technology across the campus. The position reports to both the Vice Chancellor of Undergraduate Education (VCUE) and the Assistant Vice Chancellor for IT & Deputy Chief Information Officer (AVC IT & DCIO). UC Berkeley is experiencing a renewed focus on teaching and learning excellence with the implementation of our new strategic plan (, and this position has the high-level oversight of ensuring that students and faculty are supported in the cross-section of research, teaching, learning, and technology.

The areas that report to the ED & CATO are: Academic Innovation Studio, Center for Teaching & Learning, Digital Learning Services, Education Technology Services, KALX radio station, Research IT, and RTL Projects Development & Operations. The position oversees approximately 75 FTE and an annual spend of $13 million. This is an unique and broad portfolio, and the new ED & CATO will have the opportunity to lead comprehensive services to support the University's mission and strategic plan.

The ED & CATO will be the primary IT liaison between the academic community and teaching and research technology. The role builds strong partnerships and supports shared governance with academic units, including the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, IST, Student Affairs, Registrar, and other teaching and research units to set the goals and metrics for success in the university's academic engagement initiatives. The ED & CATO also represents Berkeley as a key conduit to the rest of the UC system and the higher education community to develop and advocate for policies and programs to support our efforts in research and teaching.


* The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Academic Innovation Studio (AIS) - CTL partners with faculty to inspire, enrich, and innovate Berkeley's collective practice and pursuit of teaching excellence. CTL provides services and programs to advance best practices in all aspects of curriculum, instruction, and assessment, and sharing knowledge of evidence-based, student-centered, and outcomes-guided pedagogy. The AIS is a hub for rich, intellectually engaging, interdisciplinary conversations and connections, bringing instructors, researchers, and academic support staff together to advance their teaching, learning and research. ed teaching, high-performance computing, data science, to digital literacy. The AIS and CTL work closely together to provide essential support, training, ideas, and inspiration for all levels of instruction across the campus and curriculum.

* Educational Technology Services (ETS) - ETS enhances and supports the UC Berkeley academic experience by providing essential, responsive and innovative technology services. ETS provides the following services 1) Learning Spaces (General Assignment classroom technology and computing labs) 2) Lecture capture 3) Video Production and AV Special Events recharge services.

* Research IT (RIT) - RIT provides high performance computing (HPC), research data management, research application development, and data analysis tools. They also offer consulting on grant proposal development and data management plans. Finally, Research IT works with campus centers, colleges, and other units to build collaborative communities of researchers and IT professionals.

* Digital Learning Services (DLS) - DLS provides support for schools and colleges and individual faculty members to create high quality online content to support the residential education on campus as well as online self-sustaining degree programs and MOOCs. It offers a series of grants to faculty along with free consultations to support this work. DLS also supports enterprise level digital teaching and learning service to the campus including, bCourses (the learning management system that supports 40,000 students and 4,000 individual courses), online course evaluations (delivers over 150,000 individual evaluations per semester to over 34,000 students), and online testing and academic integrity tools (Gradescope and Turnitin).

* KALX Radio - KALX Radio is UC Berkeley's award-winning, 500-watt radio station, broadcasting over the air at 90.7FM and on the internet. Its broadcast signal reaches Alameda, San Francisco, Marin, and parts of San Mateo counties. KALX is staffed by over 200 volunteers and is on the air to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week, reaching 40,000-45,000 listeners per week.

Strategic Leadership of RTL Portfolio

* Manages the strategic direction of the RTL's units (ETS, CTL, DLS, RIT, Dev/Ops, KALX) to ensure that resources are appropriately leveraged to support teaching and research pedagogy and technology.

* Responsible for oversight, management and operations of the campus enterprise services and programs provided through the respective units (e.g. Berkeley Research Computing, bCourses, GA Classroom support, Instructional Improvement Grants, Digital Pedagogy Fellows, etc.).

* Leads inclusive and comprehensive prioritization process to determine the appropriate use of personnel (~65 FTE along with UG and Grad students) and funding (~13M).

* Launches, sponsors, and staff's strategic technology programs that further campus' academic and operational goals.

* Initiates and leads change, by modifying and altering existing procedures and methods.

* Interacts with senior leadership regarding controversial situations, customer negotiations, and/or influencing and persuading other senior level managers.

Campus and UC Leadership and Representation

* Leverages the activities of RTL units to both lead and support strategic initiatives that focus the campus teaching and research mission.

* Regularly advises senior management and leaders on matters of significance in these areas.

* Represents and consults with key constituents such as deans and chairs, Academic Senate committees, individual faculty and students and administrative partners to assess needs and set strategic direction and opportunities.

* Represents and communicates pedagogy, and research and teaching technology needs to the campus community by sponsoring forums, chairing advisory boards, and serving on appropriate campus committees such at the Information Research and Teaching Technology Committee (RTLTC), Technology Leadership Group (ITLG) and Campus Committee on Classroom Policy and Management (CCCPM)

* Serves on the UC wide committees (e.g. Systemwide Library and Scholarly Information Committee, Educational Technology Leadership Committee, Research IT Committee

Leadership in Higher Education

* Actively publishes in research & teaching pedagogy and technology focused publications and presents at key national and regional meetings (e.g. EDUCAUSE Review, Coalition for Networked Information Annual Meeting, etc.)

* Represents Berkeley and UC on institutional and organizational boards.

Required Qualifications

* Exceptional communication, interpersonal, and political acumen to interact with a range of constituents - from faculty to campus and international educators and software developers.

* Demonstrated ability to set strategy and lead high performing organizations to achieve performance goals.

* Demonstrated effectiveness in the management of resources to meet organizational goals.

* Clearly understands the needs and concerns of the user groups in the organization and applies knowledge to better meet those needs.

* Requires in-depth knowledge of the functional area, business strategies, and the department's goals.

* Requires knowledge of policies and procedures and ability to determine a course of action based on these guidelines.

* Demonstrates ability to carry out extremely complex assignments requiring expert knowledge of key business principles and practices.

* Requires extensive and in-depth knowledge of Information Technology principles, theories, and concepts to manage functional area(s) and provide solutions in the instructional technology domain.

* Experience leading wide range of technology, programs, and/or services with broad impact to teaching, learning, and/or research at an organization

* Understands and values diversity and the importance of inclusion as demonstrated through a commitment to apply and incorporate the differences, complexities, and opportunities that diversity brings to an organization and ability to work with a dynamic diverse faculty, staff and students.

* Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training required. Master's, Ph.D., advanced degree preferred.

* Significant number of years of progressively responsible experiences in the higher education sector preferred.

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

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

Application review will begin in May 2019.

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.

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:
For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:

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9Executive Director, Randall Lewi
Location: La Verne, CA 91750
Classified University of La Verne

Executive Director, Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research

Job Description Summary:
The University of La Verne is a private not-for-profit university founded in 1891 located in La Verne, California. The core values that we live by are Ethical Reasoning, Diversity and Inclusivity, Lifelong Learning, and Community and Civic Engagement.

If you're passionate about these values, join us at University of La Verne!

Reporting directly to the Provost, The Executive Director will have a commitment to the University of La Verne's mission of holistic student learning and community-engaged education, and be passionate about the Center's bold vision to position the University as a regional leader in wellness education, physical and mental health evaluation, and sustainability and well-being programming and research.
The Executive Director collaborates with constituencies across campus to develop, implement, and assess programs related to health, nutrition, food systems sustainability, and well-being with an emphasis on prevention and advocacy among students. The Executive Director will also collaborate with faculty to promote and prioritize health and food systems-related research projects. The incumbent will also provide strategic direction and administrative oversight over the center and expand and manage new and existing external community partnerships in ways that impact the greater surrounding region.

Specific Duties:

* Work with faculty on research associated with the Center.

* Responsible for grant writing to further the mission and programs of the Center.

* Both on campus and in the surrounding communities, the Executive Director will function as the voice of wellness and well-being while working to build and maintain an effective network of community partnership.

* Serve as Community Partner Liaison by maintaining relationship and agreements with community partners; connect partners with our faculty for external research opportunities.

* Collaborate on ongoing program development for the Center with other University units.

* Participate on the Presidents Health Advisory Council (PHAC). Chair the Faculty Research Council to select and support proposals for research.

* Participate in other University committees.

* Supervise the Lewis Center Coordinator.

* Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

* A terminal degree in public health, nutrition, mental health, health education, or a related field.

* Must have a record of research and scholarship appropriate to the rank of Associate or Full Professor.

* Must have a proven track record of effective leadership, management, staff development, and coalition-building.

* Demonstrate an understanding of the health needs and access issues of underserved populations of Inland Southern California.

* Possess extensive knowledge across disciplines on current health and food systems issues.

* Must be a passionate and articulate voice on health, sustainability, and well-being topics.

* Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

* Must have experience writing grants.

Preferred Qualifications:

Location: La Verne Central Campus

Special Instructions:
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link:

Institutional Profile
Located in Southern California, the University of La Verne offers a distinctive and relevant educational experience to a diverse population of students, preparing them for successful careers and a commitment to lifelong learning across the liberal arts and professional programs. The academic units of the not-for-profit university include the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and Public Management, the LaFetra College of Education, and the College of Law. The university offers both undergraduate and graduate programs, including degree programs tailored for working adults. The university's central campus is located 30 miles east of Los Angeles in the historic Old Town section of La Verne, a city with a population of approximately 35,000 at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. The university also has eight regional campuses throughout California and the College of Law campus in Ontario, California. The university is classified as a Carnegie Doctoral Institution with moderate research activity. Core values are reflected throughout all curricular and co-curricular programs, its emphasis on close professor-student interaction, personal support of its students, and its diversity.

The University of La Verne prides itself in being reflective of the diversity of Southern California. Approximately 80 percent of its nearly 8,500 students come from diverse backgrounds and the U.S. Department of Education has designated the university as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). With 80,000 alumni, the university fulfills a critical community function in educating students from underserved populations, many of whom are the first generation in their family to attend college.

The University of La Verne is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employment or employees on any basis prohibited by state and federal law. University of La Verne hires and promotes individuals based on their qualifications and is consistent with applicable state and federal laws, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, disability, medical condition a or sexual orientation

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10Assistant/Associate Professor -
Location: Los Angeles, CA 90024
Classified Assistant/Associate Professor - Clinical Track
Division of Advanced Prosthodontics

The University of California Los Angeles, School of Dentistry invites qualified applications for a fulltime Assistant/Associate Professor - Clinical track position in the Division of Advanced Prosthodontics.

The UCLA School of Dentistry invites applications for a fulltime, nontenure track faculty position at the level of Health Sciences Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor or Assistant/Associate Professor (clinical track) in the Division of Advanced Prosthodontics. This full-time position is available immediately and the search will remain open until the position has been filled. Applicants must possess: (1) a DMD/DDS degree from an institution accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) or equivalent, (2) a certificate in Prosthodontics from an institution accredited by CODA, and (3) be board certified or board eligible in Prosthodontics.

In addition to the qualifications described above, a California dental license (or be eligible to obtain) is preferred. A track record of scholarly activity and outstanding patient care is desirable, as well as demonstration or likely commitment to diversity-related teaching/research/service. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. An opportunity for parttime intramural private practice will also be available.

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching statement, and the names and contact information for three professional references to Steven Shaevel, Academic Personnel Director, via UCLA Recruit

Clinical track position:

UCLA seeks candidates whose experience, teaching, research, or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. 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: UC Nondiscrimination & Affirmative Action Policy.

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11Director, Equity and Diversity
Location: Northridge, CA 91330
Classified Director, Equity and Diversity

CSUN's Commitment to You
CSUN is committed to achieving excellence through teaching, scholarship, learning and inclusion. Our values include respect for all people, building partnerships with the community, and encouragement of innovation, experimentation and creativity. CSUN strives to cultivate a community in which a diverse population can learn and work in an atmosphere of civility and respect. CSUN is especially interested in candidates who make contributions to equity and inclusion in the pursuit of excellence for all members of the university community.

About the University
One of the largest universities in the country, California State University, Northridge (CSUN) is an urban, comprehensive university that delivers award-winning undergraduate and graduate programs to nearly 40,000 students annually and counts more than 330,000 alumni who elevate Southern California and beyond. Since its founding in 1958, CSUN has made a significant and long-term economic impact on California, generating nearly $1.9 billion in economic impact and more than 11,700 jobs each year. The LAEDC recognized CSUN as its 2015 Eddy Award winner for its positive economic impact. Serving more students on Pell Grants than any other institution in California, CSUN is also a social elevator and one of the most diverse universities in the country. CSUN ranks 13th in awarding bachelor's degrees to underrepresented minority students and seventh in bachelor's degrees to Latino students, serves the 13th largest Jewish student population, and enrolls the largest number of students who are Deaf and hard-of-hearing of any U.S. state university. The journal Nature recently named CSUN a Rising Star for scientific research, and the NSF ranks CSUN in the top five nationally among similar institutions for graduates who go on to earn doctorates in the sciences. CSUN is where individuals rise. And through them, so does Greater Los Angeles and beyond.

Reporting to the Chief Diversity Officer, and the President on matters of Title IX, the Director of Equity and Diversity is responsible for providing leadership in the administration of a comprehensive range of university services, policies, and procedures in support of a working and learning environment free of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. The director provides leadership, consultation, and direction to achieve a positive and vigorous campus nondiscrimination and equal opportunity program that goes well beyond the fulfillment of basic regulatory and procedural requirements to one with emphasis on fulfilling the equity, fairness, and diversity goals of the University. This position supports the advocacy efforts of the President, Vice Presidents, faculty, staff and in particular, the Chief Diversity Officer in the University's ongoing commitment to equity and diversity. The Director of Equity and Diversity provides strategic oversight and day-to-day work direction to employees in the Office of Equity and Diversity and oversees the receipt and processing of complaints, issues, and concerns from faculty, staff, students, and/or outside agencies involving allegations of harassment, discrimination, and/or retaliation. The director serves as the campus American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator; the campus Title IX Coordinator and the Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation (DHR) Administrator, in addition to serving on committees, boards, or councils.

A master's degree, or a combination of a four-year Bachelor's degree plus relevant experience; demonstrated evidence of at least five years experience in equity and diversity, human resources, higher education administration, public administration, or equivalent; knowledge of and ability to interpret federal and state laws regarding civil rights, discrimination, harassment, retaliation and affirmative action; strong knowledge of Title IX regulations and related federal and state laws, gender discrimination, sexual violence, and sexual harassment; knowledge of case law, university policy, trends, and issues affecting higher education; demonstrated record of accomplishment of overseeing and conducting sensitive investigations, reviewing investigation reports, and exercising judgment in making findings regarding whether violations of non-discrimination, sexual violence, or sexual harassment policy or law have been committed; ability to handle and maintain highly confidential information with discretion, sensitivity, and good judgment; effective interpersonal and communication skills building credibility and unity around sensitive and complex issues; ability to advise and consult on sensitive matters related to harassment and discrimination; demonstrated ability to convey sensitive information in written reports; demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills at management level; results-oriented with proven ability to design and manage effective administrative processes; job related experience demonstrating commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion; strongly preferred to have earned a Juris Doctorate and have work experience in a higher education institution; experience in a collective bargaining environment in a university setting desired; knowledge of CSU/California EEO policies, procedures and regulations is desirable.

Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule
Salary is commensurate with knowledge, skills, and experience. The university offers excellent fringe benefits.

General Information
This position is a "designated position" in the California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. The successful candidate accepting this position is required to file Conflict of Interest forms subject to the regulations of the Fair Political Practices Commission. This position is a sensitive position as designated by the CSU. A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. Additionally, 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.

Effective Date of Appointment: As soon as position is filled.

How To Apply
Candidates should apply by completing the CSUN on-line application at and must attach a cover letter that addresses the qualifications above and a current resume, including names of three professional references. Note -- internal candidates should apply through the portal by accessing the View Job Openings/Apply link on the Human Resources/Employee pagelet. Review of applications begins April 2, 2019. The position will remain open until filled. For more detailed information on the application and hiring process, please visit the following link:

Equal Employment Opportunity
CSUN is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, and disability. Our nondiscrimination policy is set forth in CSU Executive Order 1096. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose by contacting Recruitment Services at 818-677-2101.

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122019-20 RJI Scholars Program
Location: Oakland, CA 94613
Classified 2019-20 RJI Scholars Program

Applications deadline: February 28, 2019

Liberating knowledge requires that we rethink and jettison some core practices and beliefs that are central to how research is usually carried out, even in progressive disciplines. Research justice offers an exciting opportunity to do just that by developing research praxis driven by those who are most affected by the phenomena we investigate.

Julia Chinyere Oparah, Provost and Dean of the Faculty,
RJI Director and Professor of Ethnic Studies

Research Justice at the Intersections (RJI) is an interdisciplinary research group that fosters social justice-oriented research and groundbreaking critical analysis.

The RJI Scholars Program offers 8-12 competitively selected scholars the opportunity to engage in a critical reading and writing group during one academic year. RJI Scholars meet approximately biweekly during two academic semesters to share and comment on works in progress. Fall 2019 meetings are scheduled biweekly on Fridays 1-3pm; Spring TBD. Scholars will have an opportunity to present their work during brown bag lunches.

The RJI Scholars Program is open to:
Scholars whose research examines the intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, and/or nation, and who are interested in exploring ideas related to a research justice framework in their work.
Must hold a PhD or equivalent terminal degree, from any discipline.
May come from any country (please note Mills College is not able to provide legal advice or assistance regarding visas).
Must be in residence in the Bay Area from September 3 through December 6, 2019 and January 27 through April 24, 2020. Applications for one semester will also be considered.

In addition to participation in the biweekly reading and writing seminars, RJI Scholars receive:
Mills College library card, which provides access to over 60 electronic databases, 40,000 journal titles and 140,000 ebooks
Designated office space
Scholars will have an opportunity to present their work during brown bag lunches
Opportunity to recruit Mills College student research assistant(s)
Mills College email address (upon request)
Internet access
Access to Mills fine arts events
Access to Mills Faculty/Staff Computer Lab
Access to Faculty/Staff Lounge and Library Group Study Rooms
Fees waived for use of Mills recreational facilities
Option of purchasing meal card

Please note
RJI Scholars are neither compensated nor receive housing accommodation.
There will be a $200 fee for accepted scholars.
Scholars from the global south may apply for a fee waiver on the application. This will not affect your application status.

Apply here: 2019-20 RJI Scholars Program Application
Application deadline: February 28, 2019
Questions? Contact Dr. Sheila Lloyd, Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Faculty Affairs

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13Director of Development - Major
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

Job Description:

The Office of Institutional Advancement (OIA) is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors that support the strategic initiatives of Mills College. Current strategic priorities include student scholarships, maintaining preeminence in the arts, encouraging leadership for women in the professions, as well as advancing women in science, technology and research. OIA consists of individual giving programs such as annual, major, and planned gifts as well as foundation and corporate relations. Advancement Services and Alumnae Relations are also parts of OIA.

The College is recruiting for a Director Development who will focus on raising major gifts. Reporting directly to the Vice President for Advancement, this position is one of two Directors of Development charged with securing major gifts. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

* Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospective donors in the Bay Area and in the Los Angeles/Orange County regions, focusing on large gifts of $25,000 or more. Provide proper linkage between donor interests and College giving opportunities.

* Manage solicitation of assigned individual donors. Develop plans for cultivation of potential donors; develop and manage volunteers; personally solicit gifts from donors; create and maintain contact between prospects and the College; create opportunities for donor and College interaction.

* Travel regularly to donors in assigned regions, building and maintaining a robust Mills presence in Southern California. Coordinate fundraising activities in the region with OIAs relevant regional Alumnae Relations activities.

* Working with the Development Assistant, ensure that donor contacts are recorded in the database.

* Assess and develop major gift giving potential in support of the College; meet with other staff regarding research and strategy development.

* Meet or exceed specific targets for donor visits/interactions, portfolio moves management, and secured gifts.

* Perform other responsibilities as necessary.



* Bachelors degree and demonstrated success in fundraising or comparable skills.

* Minimum of five (5) years experience in development/advancement with a preference for at least two years of experience in major gift fundraising, preferably at an institution of higher education.

* Direct or comparable experience in personal solicitation and making initial contacts with new prospects preferred and/or proven ability to build an effective and donor-relevant case on behalf of an institution.

* Ability to strategize large gift solicitations, analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.

* Ability to utilize volunteers effectively.

* Ability to work cooperatively with others and maintain an effective donor-centric approach towards all persons contacted during the course of job performance.

* Ability to establish and maintain effective and productive working relationships within a proudly diverse institution.

Additional Information:

This is a full-time, exempt position with an FTE of 1.0. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes an excellent benefits package including medical/dental/vision/life/LTD insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with college-matching after 6 month qualifying period, 22 days of vacation per year, 12 sick days and 17 paid holidays (subject to annual review). 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: pet insurance, long-term care insurance, legal-assistance insurance, cellular provider discounts and computer hardware discounts.

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

All positions are subject to a background check. Prior to the first date of employment, an applicants background check must be cleared.

Application Instructions:

To apply, submit the following documents at

* Employee Application

* Resume

* Cover Letter specifying job title and

* Contact Information for 3 References

Please note that you can only upload 6 "Other" documents. You can consolidate multiple pages/documents into one file upload. The file size limit for each upload is 10Mb.

Review of applicants will begin immediately; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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14International Student Advisor
Location: Oakland, CA 94618
Classified International Student Advisor

San Francisco

The International Student Advisor aids the Director of International Student Affairs and Programs (ISAP) to internationalize the CCA student body and adapt to the needs of the international community. ISAP is an integral part of a dynamic Student Affairs division and works closely with Enrollment Services, Academic Affairs, and other partners. The International Student Advisor provides a burgeoning international student population with advice regarding immigration matters and their nexus with academic, administrative, personal, and financial concerns. S/he partners with others to provide a holistic approach to facilitating international student acculturation and retention; and s/he serves as a resource for students, staff, and faculty with regard to international student issues. The International Student Advisor manages SEVIS-based activities, ensuring consistency and accuracy of information between Workday Student and SEVIS.JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

International Student Advising / Government Compliance (60%)
ISAP Administration : Serve as Designated School Official (DSO). Advise degree-seeking international students on immigration matters and maintaining status; assist departments, faculty and staff with questions concerning federal F-1 regulations. Work closely with the Director and Assistant Director of the office with all SEVIS-based activities involving F-1 non-immigrant students; manage SEVIS required data and international student information in Salesforce and Workday Student to ensure compliance with federal SEVIS data requirements. Serves as lead for processing student personal information updates.

Lead for Admitted Students : Serve as the ISAP liaison to the International Admissions office in all matters pertaining to the I-20 process for newly deposited F-1 students. Partner with the Assistant Directors of International Admissions with new student preparation for arrival at CCA (e-newsletters, instructional emails, Skype events). Serve as lead staff member for initial file review for all new student I-20 preparation, including the management of special processes for Summer Start students.

Student Advocacy and Retention (30%)
First-Years and Other Undergraduates: Focus on undergraduate policies and populations (with a particular emphasis on first-years) so the Director and Assistant Director can focus on graduate students. Collaborate with the Housing Coordinator for the First Year Community and the Academic Advising First Year Specialist to plan and deliver programming to support first year international students.

Employment Authorization for Current Students and Alumni: Advise F-1 students regarding work authorization. Partner with Assistant Director and Career Development for the organization and delivery of informational workshops, and advise students on the complexities related to the application processes for immigration benefits. Support Assistant Director with ongoing immigration advising and record-keeping compliance in SEVIS for CCA alumni on Post Completion Optional Practical Training (OPT).

International Student Adjustment: Provide important resources for international students to adjust to an American culture that is probably diverse in different ways than their home cultures. Help establish a student culture in which diversity is encouraged and where students learn to respect differences, take responsibility for their actions, and exercise leadership. Work to support a college-wide learning environment that acknowledges diversity and utilizes diverse tools and thought to raise awareness for how and what we learn.

Events and Programs: In conjunction with other ISAP staff, develop and deliver orientation programming for incoming international and exchange students. Serve as key ISAP leader with New Student Orientation program, Commencement, student fairs, and other events. Attend events/programming, such as art exhibitions, international and multicultural events, Residence Life programs.

Student Affairs General (10%)
Student Emergencies: Follow student affairs emergency protocols and manage response to mild to moderate risk-level student emergencies (missing students, physical health issues, victims of certain crimes) as determined by the ISAP Director. Respond to more serious student emergencies under the guidance of the Director or Student Affairs senior leadership.

Diversity: Take an increasing role in preventing and responding to incidents of harassment, discrimination, and misconduct as determined by student affairs senior leadership; this may include serving as a conduct officer or intake officer.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Director.


Bachelor's degree required.

Previous professional experience in a student services program area or in a related field; experience ideally should give evidence of competence in an international program-related area. Experience with the development, planning and implementation of orientations, workshops, and programs for international/multicultural students in an academic setting are required.

Must be able to meet the requirements of being approved as a Designated School Official (DSO) by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). SEVIS DSO experience is strongly preferred. At minimum, basic experience with and working knowledge of complex federal laws, regulations, procedures, forms, and practices from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) pertaining to F students and dependents is expected.

Effective verbal/written/interpersonal communication skills required. Ability to: interpret and apply program rules and regulations; take initiative and resourcefulness in planning work assignments and in implementing long-range program improvements; collect, compile, analyze and evaluate data and make verbal/written presentations based on these data; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with faculty, administrators, student organizations, private/public agencies and others in committee work and student advising contacts; acquire knowledge of the overall operation, functions and programs of the campus. Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff and students and to plan and coordinate activities/events for large and small groups is required. Familiarity with and ability to apply technological innovations to office operations is required. Experience using and supporting Workday Student or similar ERP software preferred. Previous experience in living/studying abroad and proficiency in a second language highly encouraged.

San Francisco
Additional Locations
Application Instructions
Applicants are required to attach a cover letter and resume. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Recommended document file formats are Word or PDF. If there are multiple attachments, we recommend compressing/zipping your files into a zip format file. There is also a place in the application for you to provide a link to large documents. Please submit an application form for each position for which you believe you are qualified. Applications are not kept on file for future positions.

Application Deadline
For staff positions, screening begins immediately and continues until the position is filled.

EEO Statement
As an educational and cultural institution, California College of the Arts has a responsibility to provide access and opportunities for all people, with special attention to supporting groups historically underrepresented in higher education.

We believe that a culturally diverse campus is integral to academic excellence, and our student, faculty, staff, and trustee bodies should reflect the diverse world in which we live, with attention to race, ethnicity, religious creed, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and ability.

California College of the Arts is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from individuals who will contribute to its diversity.

Please address any questions to

To apply, visit

Founded in 1907, California College of the Arts (CCA) is an independent art college with 21 undergraduate programs in architecture, design, fine arts, visual studies, and writing. The college also has graduate programs in architecture, comics, curatorial practice, design, design strategy, film, fine arts, visual and critical studies, and writing. Through these programs, the college has created a dynamic and interdisciplinary environment. Diverse cultural perspectives enrich the CCA community and the college believes that continuing to expand the horizons of the students and faculty is essential to achieving its educational objectives. With campuses in Oakland and San Francisco, CCA currently enrolls 1,950 full-time students.

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15Associate Dean of Students (Sacr
Location: Sacramento, CA 95817
Classified Job Title: Associate Dean of Students (Sacramento and San Francisco)
Department: Student Life - Admin/Student Advising
Campus: Sacramento
Posting Number: 201301571P
Full or Part Time: Full Time
Number of Months: 12
Work Schedule: Work performed during standard business hours Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm. Additional hours may be required to meet business needs, deadlines, or respond to crisis, or student of concern issues. Travel required between campuses, including attending meetings or events on the Stockton campus
Open Date: 03/08/2019
Open Until Filled: Yes
Special Instructions to Applicants: For first consideration please apply before April 5, 2019.

Primary Purpose
Reporting to the Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, the Associate Dean of Students is responsible for the coordination of Student Life services on the Sacramento and San Francisco campuses that complement and enhance the mission of the University. In concert with the appropriate administrators, the Associate Dean works to orchestrate key Student Life Divisional and individual campus areas including crisis management, student activities, health services and counseling, student conduct, diversity, and the development of a safe, healthy, strong educational and social environment for the Pacific community. Works collaboratively with students, local Deans, Campus Directors, faculty, administrators, parents, and alumni to create vital and engaged campus communities that integrate student learning, growth, and development.

Essential Functions
1. Working with the appropriate campus administrator(s), the Associate Dean of Students will support students on the Sacramento and San Francisco campuses by coordinating services with the following units, departments, and offices: Student Leadership and Involvement, Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), the Center for Community Involvement, Student Success Coaches, Conduct and Community Standards, Services for Students with Disabilities, Intercultural Student Success, Residential Life and Housing, and Crisis Management and Response.
2. Gain applicable knowledge that leads to synergies, encourages seamless practices, and unifies support services provided by the Division of Student Life, Academic Affairs, faculty, and other University partners on all three campuses.
3. Coordinates and assists in the development and implementation of Student Life policies, procedures, and programs in order to provide efficient and effective services that support the Sacramento and San Francisco campuses and the overall mission of the Student Life Division.
4. Establish and integrate the Sacramento and San Francisco campuses into the existing Dean on Call after-hours response protocol. Logs incidents and creates oral and written reports using student information technology for the Associate Vice President/Dean of Students, Campus Director(s) and local Deans. Participates in weekly Dean on Call meetings.
5. Working with the McGeorge Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship and Diversity Initiatives and the Dugoni Director of Admissions, coordinates the Sacramento campus Center for Inclusion and Diversity; organizes professional, student staffing, and offers training on diversity and inclusion on the Sacramento and San Francisco campuses with consultation from three-campus leadership and partners.
6. Builds campus community by developing robust co-curricular experiences for Sacramento and San Francisco students and works collaboratively with off campus/external diversity organizations and initiatives.
7. Provides support for existing campus student life activities/programs and assists in the coordination of the registration, recognition, and programming of student clubs and organizations on the Sacramento and San Francisco campuses in accordance with Student Life policies and procedures.
8. Collaborates in the summative assessment of services and programming on the Sacramento and San Francisco campuses. Uses results to recommend ongoing improvements and appropriate changes, new interventions, or services. Conduct planned benchmarking of best practices to ensure strong evidence-based services and programs through regular consultation with the Division of Student Life's Office of Assessment and Planning.
9. Plans and assesses educational programming designed to prevent high-risk student behaviors and comply with state and federal regulations including but not limited to Title IX, the Clery Act, and The Drug Free Schools and Communities Act.
10. Works in consultation with designated campus stakeholders, supports and organizes the student conduct review (adjudication) process on the campuses to resolve alleged student conduct violations, including administrative and board review hearings. Ensures procedural protections, fundamental fairness, and access for all parties. Serves as a Student Conduct and Community Standards Officer.
11. Coordinates with Campus Directors and appropriate Deans to provide leadership and direction in times of crisis response and intervention. Informs and updates appropriate administrators of emergency situations including, but not limited to, the Vice President for Student Life, the Vice President for Business and Finance, and the AVP/Dean of Students, and the respective Campus Directors.
12. Assists academic leadership and faculty in the accreditation process for academic programs; prepares associated reports and collects and analyzes collection of data that facilitate the accreditation process.
13. Participates and assists in coordinating emergency preparedness and response on individual campuses by serving on the Pacific Alert Team and the Bias Response Team.
14. Develops and implements policies and protocols to ensure compliance with local, state, and/or federal agencies as related to the programs and services within the offices including all documentation required for Clery reporting.
15. Serves as a committee member on University, individual campus, and Student Life committees, as appointed.

This position serves as a Campus Security Authority (CSA) as outlined by the Clery Act. CSAs have federally mandated responsibilities to report crimes that are reported to them.

Minimum Qualifications

* Master's degree or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

* Five (5) years' post degree experience in Student Affairs or related field.

* Experience designing and managing comprehensive Student Life services with diverse students enrolled in professional, graduate, and undergraduate programs.

* Demonstrated ability in student programming, managing student crises and concerning behaviors.

Preferred Qualifications

* Doctoral Degree or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

* Seven (7) years' experience in Student Affairs in Higher Education and related field.

Knowledge, Skill, and Abilities:

* Familiarity with, and support of, the goals, vision, and ethos of student-centered education.

* Positive attitude and proven ability to interact effectively with students, faculty, staff, administrators, parents, and alumni.

* Strong operational and business management skills are essential; must have the ability to develop and implement key performance metrics and foster a climate of data decision making from knowledge of best practices in Student Life.

* Demonstrated ability to communicate a strong leadership vision to broad group of campus and community constituents.

* Demonstrated ability to analyze and present complex issues to diverse individuals and groups.

* Experience working with a diverse university community and possess a commitment to equity and inclusion.

* Excellent communication skills including the ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing; possess the ability to listen to all points of view build consensus, and inform others of policies and decisions.

* Experience in program planning, implementation, and administration, including management of budgets and personnel.

* Working knowledge of relevant laws and polices (FERPA, Title IX, Clery Act, Violence against Women Act (VAWA), and ongoing legislation).

* Strong organizational skills to work independently and to prioritize workload under the pressure of competing assignments and dynamic deadlines.

Physical Requirements
The physical demands described here are representative but not definitive of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Requires extended periods of sitting and repetitive hand/wrist motion while using computer keyboard and phone. Occasional standing, walking, climbing stairs, bending, stooping and reaching. Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds.

Work Environment/Work Week/Travel:
Work is primarily performed in a standard office environment. Work performed during standard business hours Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm. Additional hours may be required to meet business needs, deadlines, or respond to crisis, or student of concern issues. Travel required between campuses, including attending meetings or events on the Stockton campus.

Valid driver's license required. Incumbent must also be able to meet the University's fleet rules and be eligible to drive for University business. The University and its insurance carrier reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record.

Hiring Range
Commensurate with experience, exempt

Background Check Statement
Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must pass a criminal background check.

AA/EEO Policy Statement
University of the Pacific is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer dedicated to workforce diversity. In compliance with applicable law and its own policy, Pacific is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff and does not discriminate in its hiring of faculty and staff, or in the provision of its employment benefits to its faculty and staff on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, sex/gender, marital status, military and veteran status, sexual orientation, medical condition, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, or mental or physical disability.

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16Senior Leader HR Manager
Location: Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Classified Senior Leader HR Manager
Office of Provost/EVC

Job #: 1908575

Full Time; Career
Starting Salary Range: $65,000-90,000/Annually. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

UCSC strives to embrace diversity in all its forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened & productive environment.

Involves recommending, developing, implementing, administering, coordinating, and/or evaluating Human Resources policies, labor contracts, statutes, programs and procedures covering several of the following: recruitment, compensation, employee relations, labor relations, payroll, benefits, welfare programs, training and development, visa procurement, inter-location transfers, and employee services.

Under the general direction of the Campus Provost/Executive Vice Chancellor's (CP/EVC) Chief of Staff, the incumbent manages the human resources processes necessary for the CP/EVC and Chancellor to recruit, on-board, develop and review members of the campus's Senior Leadership Team. The Senior Leadership Team is comprised of Deans, Vice Provosts, the University Librarian, and Vice Chancellors.

The position requires project management skills to guide concurrent processes to successful conclusions, including the ability to plan and execute logistics, and provide staff support to Chairs and committees through senior leader recruitment and review processes. The incumbent must have an understanding of the importance of policies, and their interpretation, in order to guide committee chairs working with faculty, staff, students and affiliates through the politics of senior leader recruitments. The incumbent will develop and guide evolution of the campus's leadership on-boarding, and executive development programs. Researching best practices, formulating recommendations, and implementing programs, through partnership with Office of the President and the campus's staff human resources and academic personnel offices are key to successful outcomes. The incumbent will also perform compensation analysis and prepare senior manager items for Presidential and Regental review with support from the Executive Compensation Team, at the UC Office of the President.

As the campus Chief Academic Officer and Chief Operations Officer, the Campus Provost/Executive Vice Chancellor (CP/EVC) is responsible for providing vision and guidance to campus senior leaders as they work to fulfill our campus mission and attain our strategic goals.

The CP/EVC works closely with the Chancellor to engage campus leadership and faculty in the creation of a vibrant academic and research vision, infuse an entrepreneurial spirit to the creation of new sources of revenue, provide focused leadership to support student success, assuring a campus commitment to serving first-generation college students and a diverse student population. The CP/EVC provides leadership in the areas of the campus academic, capital, enrollment and financial planning, policy analysis, and fiscal administration; creating a vision for faculty, student and staff programs that engage and support the campus.

The CP/EVC organization is dynamic, with priorities and issues that evolve and change daily. The team is committed to collaboration, the use of digital tools to create efficiencies, in the moment reprioritization and creating a collegial, optimistic and forward-facing environment.

As representatives of the CP/EVC, all members of the immediate staff are expected to model the UC Santa Cruz Principles of Community in their interactions with senior leaders, faculty, students and staff at all levels of the organization, with colleagues throughout the UC system and in their interactions with agencies, organizations and individuals outside of the UC system.

Qualifications include:

* Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training.

* Possesses advanced analytical, active listening and critical thinking skills to conduct analysis and develop recommendations, demonstrating organization and problem-solving skills.

* Demonstrated ability to implement Human Resource procedures that align with policies and best practices.

* Demonstrated ability to create partnerships and to work collaboratively across organizational lines.

* Knowledge of human resources technical tools, concepts, policies, and procedures including employment practices, labor relations, salary administration, training and other areas of human resources as well as organizational initiatives relating to and / or affecting human resources.

Selected candidate will be required to pass a pre-employment criminal history background check.

Position is open until filled. Initial Review Date: 03-06-19

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To ensure review of application materials by the hiring unit, they must be submitted ON OR BEFORE the initial review date (IRD) via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site @ A computer is available at the UCSC Staff Human Resources Office located at Scotts Valley Center. The Scotts Valley Center is located at 100 Enterprise Way, Suite E100, Scotts Valley, CA 95066. To learn more or to request disability accommodations, call 831-459-2009. Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service at 800-735-2922. The University of California, Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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17International Career Coach
Location: Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Classified International Career Coach
Student Success

Job #: 1908651

Full Time; Career
Starting Salary: $60,000/Annually

UC Santa Cruz strives to embrace diversity in all its forms; it strives to be an inclusive community that fosters an open, enlightened & productive environment.

Involves planning, developing, and implementing programs, activities, counseling, and advising, focused on students' career development. Works with students, alumni, and / or potential employers.

Provides leadership for service, program and resource development to enhance the quality and quantity of personalized services for UCSC international students. Working closely with Career Center leadership, manages relationships and advances collaborations with the faculty and staff of academic departments including Global Engagement, and other selected departments with key linkages to international students to ensure their access to premium services that address their exclusive needs. Provides direct delivery of career coaching services and programs designed specifically to address the unique career needs of international students in all disciplines.

Working closely with the Assistant Director for Employer Relations, serves as a contact for employers who want to foster stronger relationships with international students / faculty. Activities and responsibilities can involve targeted outreach, interactions during employers' recruiting trips, visiting employers on site, and discussing employers' needs during Information Sessions, Career Fairs, and other events.

Serves as project lead, working collaboratively with the International Student and Scholar Services Office, Graduate Division and Academic Departments (including those in the Silicon Valley Center) to deliver programming that provides appropriate professional development.

The UCSC Career Center is aligned with the Division of Student Success. The mission of the Career Center is to Prepare students for what they want to do with their lives by developing relevant career skills. The Center provides comprehensive campus-wide career services to current undergraduate and graduate students and alumni. It is the central resource for everything career related from part-time employment and internships to graduate school or professional employment. Services include career coaching, career and part-time job and internship listings, on-campus interviews, support for networking with Alumni and other professionals, a computer lab, graduate school application support, workshops, courses, and special events such as the Multicultural Career Conference, the Graduate and Professional School Fair and Job and Internship Fairs.

Qualifications include:

Advanced degree in counseling, education, student affairs, business or similar field desired and/or equivalent experience/training.

Advanced knowledge of career development theories, adult development theory, counseling processes, career coaching techniques, career decision making, learning styles, and job search techniques.

Advanced knowledge of needs assessment theory, processes, and practice; workshop and program design.

Strong ability to design and modify computer applications to meet program needs, problem identification, presentation skills, verbal communication, written communication, and organization skills.

Strong ability to work with people from diverse cultures.

Candidates selected for an interview will be asked to give a 15 minute presentation on career planning to the selection committee on the day of the interview.

For full consideration for an interview: applicants will be asked to provide a narrative response to the question(s) below when submitting the on-line application for this position.

1. This position will develop and conduct career and life planning workshops, career and graduate school advising sessions, and student action plans for international undergraduate, and graduate students. Describe your related experience/abilities, providing specific examples.

2. This position will be responsible for providing support for the career development of diverse populations, especially international students. Describe, in detail, your related experience.

3. What advising/counseling techniques would you use to assess international students during their career development?

4. Provide examples of establishing and cultivating relationships with corporations and other organizations related to career services for students and alumni.


This position requires passing a pre-employment criminal history background check. Selected candidates cannot begin work until passing their background check. Please note: Time required to complete this process may vary and can be lengthy.

Position is open until filled. Initial Review Date: 04-14-2019

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or before the initial review date (IRD) via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site @ A computer is available at the UC Santa Cruz Staff Human Resources Office located at Scotts Valley Center. The Scotts Valley Center is located at 100 Enterprise Way, Suite E100, Scotts Valley, CA 95066. To learn more or to request disability accommodations, call 831-459-2009. Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service at 800-735-2922. UC Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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18Program Advisor
Location: Stanford, CA 94305
Classified Stanford University Job Opening Announcement
Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE)

Working Title: Program Advisor
Business Title: Student Services Officer 1
VPUE Unit: Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP)
Job Code: 7501
Classification: F
Status: Full-time, exempt, continuing

Heralded as a hub of undergraduate innovation, the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) creates and sustains meaningful interactions between students and faculty both within and outside the classroom. As a team member of VPUE, you have a unique opportunity to advance and support programs that touch and enhance the lives of every undergraduate student at Stanford.

The Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) within VPUE is seeking a Program Advisor responsible for managing and coordinating several functions including advising, outreach/publicity, enrollment management, student services, orientation, visa support, and data collection and reporting for the Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP). The Program Advisor is a critical member of BOSP's Student and Academic Services team, a dynamic and collaborative group that exercises a high degree of independence and judgment in solving problems, executing and completing projects, interacting with colleagues and managers throughout the University, as well as faculty, students, and parents. The Program Advisor will be expected to maintain knowledge of BOSP's partnerships, priorities, and activities.

Your responsibilities include:

* Providing multifaceted advising to students interested in pursuing overseas studies opportunities.

* Serving as program coordinator for a portfolio of study abroad opportunities available through BOSP.

* Developing and implementing promotion and outreach strategies for assigned programs.

* Coordinating and managing orientation programming for students enrolled in BOSP programs.

* Managing the student application process for the assigned portfolio of BOSP programs.

* Serving as primary point of contact for individual students and overseas colleagues during the pre-departure phase of the student abroad experience.

* Collecting and analyzing data from multiple sources, prepare basic application and enrollment reports.

* Flexibility in completing any other assigned duties.

To be successful in this position, you will bring:

* A Bachelor's degree and one year of relevant experience, or combination of education and relevant experience.

* Strong written and verbal communication skills.

* Basic computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office Suite.

* Basic analysis and problem solving skills.

* Strong customer service skills.

* Relevant computer systems/technology experience.

* The ability to learn and understand compliance with legal, financial, and university policies and external regulations.

In addition, preferred credentials include:

* Meaningful experience studying, living, or working outside of the United States.

* Prior experience working in a student-facing higher education office or organization.

About the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) and the Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP)

The mission of the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) is to partner with Stanford faculty, staff, and students to produce and educate knowledgeable, engaged citizens and creative, confident leaders for our future world.

The Bing Overseas Studies Program (BOSP) offers Stanford undergraduates the opportunity to study abroad while remaining enrolled at Stanford and is considered an integral part of the Stanford curriculum. The demographic breakdown of BOSP participants closely mirrors that of the entire Stanford population. Approximately 50 percent of each graduating class studies abroad on a BOSP program during their undergraduate career at Stanford.

*-Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of his or her job.

Why Stanford is for You
Imagine a world without search engines or social platforms. Consider lives saved through first-ever organ transplants and research to cure illnesses. Stanford University has revolutionized the way we live and enrich the world. Supporting this mission is our diverse and dedicated 17,000 staff. We seek talent driven individuals to impact the future of our legacy. Our culture and unique perks empower you with:

* Freedom to grow. We offer career development programs, tuition reimbursement, or course auditing opportunities. Join a TedTalk, film screening, or listen to a renowned author or global leader speak.

* A caring culture. We provide superb retirement plans, generous time-off, and family care resources.

* A healthier you. Climb our rock wall, or choose from hundreds of health or fitness classes at our world-class exercise facilities. We also provide excellent health care benefits.

* Discovery and fun. Stroll through historic sculptures, trails, and museums.

* Enviable resources. Enjoy free commuter programs, ridesharing incentives, discounts and more!

How to Apply
If you're ready to work for an organization that nurtures diversity, respect, professional development and a comfortable work-life fit, we invite you to explore this opportunity and apply online. To be considered, please submit a cover letter and resume along with your online application. Your one-page cover letter should briefly describe your background and experience relevant to administrative work and student advising, highlighting your rationale for working in an internationally oriented office.

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Location: Stockton, CA 95207

The Board of Trustees of the San Joaquin Delta Community College District is seeking a transformational results-driven leader dedicated to our College and to our students' success. The Superintendent/President is the chief executive officer of the District and reports directly to an elected seven-member Board of Trustees.

For complete information regarding the position and application procedures, please visit:

For inquiries and questions about the process, please contact:

Benjamin T. Duran, Ed. D.
President, PPL Inc.
(209) 761-0534;

Jim Riggs, Ed. D.
Vice President, PPL Inc.
(209) 559-6550 ;

Pam Walker, Ed. D.
Senior Associate, PPL Inc.
(916) 768-8565,

Compensation is competitive and negotiable, commensurate with background and experience. Fringe benefits include medical, dental, and vision for employee and their dependents, and life insurance for the employee at the District's sponsored rate. This position is eligible for CalPERS or CalSTRS retirement.

Application Deadline: April 15, 2019 @ 8:00 PM, PST

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20Senior Director of Marketing and
Location: Stockton, CA 95211
Classified Job Title: Senior Director of Marketing and Branding
Department: Office of Marketing and Communications
Campus: Stockton
Posting Number: 201301577P
Full or Part Time: Full Time
Number of Months: 12
Work Schedule: Work performed during standard business hours, overtime expected to meet deadlines. Light travel may be necessary.
Open Date: 03/13/2019
Open Until Filled: Yes
Special Instructions to Applicants: For first consideration please apply before April 17, 2019.

Primary Purpose
Reporting to the executive director of marketing and communications, the senior director of marketing and branding will be responsible for defining an optimal brand position and strategy for University of the Pacific, and developing, executing, managing and measuring its effective implementation across the institution.

In collaboration with the associate vice president of marketing communications and executive director of marketing communications, the senior director will be the chief brand champion for Pacific, responsible for building consensus behind effective execution of the brand's visual and voice expressions across the organization, and ensuring that long-term investments in marketing efforts are optimized to sustain the brand.

The senior director of marketing and branding will have direct experience in brand management, a deep understanding of brand development and execution, and the demonstrated ability to build consensus and momentum with diverse groups across the university.

The senior director of marketing and branding will also have demonstrated experience in development and execution of effective marketing and communications strategies in other industries than higher education and be able to apply those skills and talents to their portfolio of work.

Essential Functions
1. Analyzes Pacific's brand in the market and develops a brand strategy and position that increases awareness and support of University of the Pacific, its schools and programs.
2. Operates with high level of autonomous decision making and knows how to effectively collaborate with senior leaders to seamlessly advance university with important constituencies.
3. Cultivates and manages relationships with leadership and marketing professionals in the schools and units to drive effective university brand and marketing strategies and plans that build enrollment, increase donor and alumni participation, retain students and employees, and expand external support.
4. Leads and directly supervises marketing director, whose direct reports include marketing professionals from the School of Computer Science and Engineering, College of the Pacific, the Career Resource Center, the Conservatory of Music, and University College.
5. Leads strategy to communicate with Pacific's key stakeholders and manages staff to develop cross-channel, integrated marketing plans that consider owned and paid media, earned media, social media, digital media and influencer marketing.
6. Partners with Enrollment Management and Graduate School leadership on the university's marketing and branding to provide guidance and support to undergraduate and graduate recruitment and retention efforts.
7. Serves as a member of the Marketing and Communications leadership team and partners closely with fellow team members, including creative services, digital communications, internal communications and media relations, to build and execute integrated campaigns that are part of the long-term brand strategy.
8. Measures and reports on performance of all university branding and marketing campaigns; oversees staff in refining and updating plans. Oversees marketing budget and spend, and makes budget recommendations each fiscal year.
9. Monitors market trends and competitors to identify opportunities for Pacific's positioning; uses existing data and conducts research to complete annual SWOT analysis to inform Pacific's branding and marketing strategy.
10. In partnership with AVP marketing and communications and executive director, convenes and leads 3-City Integrated Marketing Committee monthly, planning annual agendas, speakers, and programs. Develops feedback loop to measure results.
11. Performs other duties as assigned or requested.

Minimum Qualifications

* Bachelor's degree in business, marketing or related field; 10-plus years of experience in strategic marketing, branding or related field.

* Deep understanding of and experience with defining an organization's optimal brand position and strategy, and developing, executing, managing and measuring its effective implementation.

* Excellent at fostering collaborative professional relationships and building consensus.

* Demonstrated ability to make independent decisions and exercise sound professional judgment.

* Demonstrated experience working in complex, matrixed organizations.

* Demonstrated ability to cultivate strong relationships with senior leaders, administrators, deans, faculty, staff and student leaders and others throughout and outside the university.

* Demonstrated ability and maturity to work with sensitive information and use discretion.

* Proven ability to develop and execute an integrated marketing strategy with metrics for success.

* Strong research and analytical skills to forecast and identify trends and challenges.

* Demonstrated experience managing a diverse staff and creative team in a high-volume, fast-paced environment.

* Strong ability to express ideas and concepts concisely to a broad range of audiences who possess varying degrees of understanding.

* Excellent customer service skills with focus on exceptional follow-through.

* Proven ability to work effectively and collaboratively managing multiple priorities while maintaining adherence to deadlines and budgets.

* Demonstrated experience being resourceful, taking initiative, and being a committed team player with a goal-oriented attitude.

* Excellent writing, editing and presentation skills; clear and articulate communicator who can translate complex technical ideas easily.

* Computer proficient in Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite products.

* Positive attitude and proven ability to work successfully with diverse populations and demonstrated commitment to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion.

* Exceptional organizational skills, detail-oriented and strong ability to multi-task and work on a cross-functional team.

* Proficiency to build and manage high-performance, highly collaborative teams.

* Ability to provide mentorship, coaching and feedback in a constructive manner.

Preferred Qualifications

* Advanced degree preferred.

* Experience in higher education, education, academic or non-profit setting highly desired.

* CRM experience very helpful.

Physical Requirements
The physical demands described here are representative but not definitive of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Requires long periods of sitting and work at computer keyboard using repetitive hand and wrist action. Occasional walking, standing, and infrequent stooping, bending, kneeling and reaching above head. Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds.

Work Environment/Work Week/Travel:
Work is primarily performed in a standard office environment. Work performed during standard business hours, overtime expected to meet deadlines. Light travel may be necessary.
Valid driver's license required. Incumbent must also be able to meet the University's fleet rules and be eligible to drive for University business. The University and its insurance carrier reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record.

Hiring Range
Commensurate with experience, exempt

Background Check Statement
Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must pass a criminal background check.

AA/EEO Policy Statement
University of the Pacific is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer dedicated to workforce diversity. In compliance with applicable law and its own policy, Pacific is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff and does not discriminate in its hiring of faculty and staff, or in the provision of its employment benefits to its faculty and staff on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, sex/gender, marital status, military and veteran status, sexual orientation, medical condition, pregnancy, gender identity, gender expression, or mental or physical disability.

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