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1Administrative Aide (PT) TownConfidential
Classified Administrative Aide (PT) Town of Windsor Town Clerk's Office Great opportunity for someone with customer service skills, strong attention to detail, ability to accurately verify data and record official documents. 20 hrs.wk (Wed.Thrs.Fri.) Visit townofwindsorct.com/human resources/ for details. EOE/AA  Read More
Published on: 02/22/2018
Published in: The Journal Inquirer
 
2Kitchen Manager: SeekingREIN'S N. Y. STYLE DELI
Classified Kitchen Manager: Seeking talented and enthusiastic kitchen production manager. Primary responsibilities include oversight of kitchen production, staff management with focus on teamwork and communication, while maintaining food quality, sanitation and policy standards. Food Service /Restaurant exp. req'd; related degree preferred; FT 12pm - 8pm. Must have some peak business period availability (Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays) to be considered. Seeking reliable individuals with solid work ethic, pride in achievement; dependable transportation essential. Competitive wages, benefits. Apply in person, Rein's Deli, 435 Hartford Tpke., Vernon, CT  Read More
Published on: 02/22/2018
Published in: The Journal Inquirer
 
3SERVERS: Weekday and weekendREIN'S N. Y. STYLE DELI
Classified SERVERS: Weekday and weekend nights LINE COOKS: FT/PT, days and nights. $13 - 15/hr based on skills and experience. First year incentive bonus up to $1,500. Benefits. Applicants must have some weekend and holiday availability to be considered. Apply in person, Rein's Deli, 435 Hartford Tpke., Vernon, CT  Read More
Published on: 02/22/2018
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4Direct Support Professional 1Bridgewell
Bridgewell Mission: 'Connecting People with Possibilities'
Inspired by the values of caring and respect, together we guide individuals with disabilities and other challenges to achieve and enjoy their highest quality of life and personal growth.
Summary: The Direct Support Professional 1 will provide support and assistance in Level 1 residential programs. Staff will provide support to individuals who need daily intervention, supervision and skills training in activities of daily living while managing within a home environment and in the community. Individuals may require physical assistance or accommodation.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


* Provide support and assist individuals with skills training in all activities of daily living.


* Create opportunities and provide support to individuals to make decisions in order to develop their skills and foster independence.
* Provide services to individuals according to DDS, DMH, MassHealth, HUD, DPH, CARF and all applicable regulatory standards, as well as Bridgewell policies and procedures.
* Provide support and assist individuals with all medical, clinical and financial needs.
* Transport and accompany individuals as needed to and from medical, recreational and other activities outside the program.
* Maintain required documentation according to DDS, DMH, MassHealth, HUD, DPH, CARF and all applicable regulatory standards as well as Bridgewell policies and procedures.
* Assist individuals with accessing resources and recreational opportunities in the community.
* Administer medications according to MAP regulations, as applicable.
* Maintain core training certifications including CPR/FA, OSHA, CPI, MAP and Driver Safety.
* Maintain additional mandated certifications and trainings as required by the program.
* Develop positive relationships with guardians, family members and other stakeholders.
* Other duties as assigned.

Required Education/Experience:


* Must have a high school diploma or GED. Associates or DSP Certification Preferred.
* A minimum of 1 year of experience working with people with developmental or psychiatric disabilities preferred.
Required Skills/Knowledge:


* Excellent written and oral communication skills so that writing of required documents is clear and articulate.
* Excellent organizational and problem solving skills.
* Valid driver"s license and minimum of one year of driving experience.
* Computer literacy to include ability to use proficiently Microsoft products and web based applications used by the agency.
Physical Demands:


* While performing the duties of this job, employee is frequently required to climb stairs.
* Must be able to lift a minimum of 30 pounds.
* The employee must be able to drive a vehicle and regularly meet driving record requirements of the agency.
* Must have a normal range of eyesight with or without corrective lenses.
* Must have a normal range of hearing with or without corrective equipment.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
Requires acceptable CORI results according to Bridgewell policy.
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Posted on: 02/22/2018
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5PRESIDENT
Classified PRESIDENT
LOS ANGELES CITY COLLEGE

The Board of Trustees invites applications and nominations for the position of President of Los Angeles City College. The Board is seeking a well-qualified candidate with strong grounding in academic and student services programs and a thorough understanding of the primary mission of the community college, which includes transfer and vocational education, as well as basic skills preparation and community service programs. The College seeks a visionary president to lead the campus into the next decade. The candidate must thoroughly understand the role of an urban community college and the dynamics within the multi-cultural community it serves.

Minimum Qualifications
A master's degree or advanced degree of at least equivalent standard from an accredited college or university. The required degree must be completed at the time of filing an application.
Two years of successful full-time experience in a senior leadership position in education, business, industry or government, preferably as a college or university administrator.
A sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of district faculty, staff and students.

Salary
The current salary range is $191,197 - $236,860 annually. Employee benefits include 15.5 paid holidays and 24 days paid vacation annually, comprehensive medical/hospital, dental, and vision care plans, and a $50,000 group life insurance policy.

FILING AN APPLICATION
To review the full brochure and to apply for this position, applicants are required to file the application using web-based software to create an applicant profile account, allowing documents to be saved and uploaded as attachments. The application address is https://laccd.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=6&id=359.

All applicants must submit the following:
1. A completed LACCD application.
2. A current resume of professional experience, educational background, and other pertinent information.
3. A letter of application of no more than six pages. Address in this cover letter how your skills and experiences have prepared you to successfully meet each of the challenges and issues identified by LACC faculty, staff, and students at a recent Chancellor's Forum. (details can be found at LACCD application address listed above)
4. Copies of transcript(s) (official transcripts will be required if selected for an interview).
5. A list of eight references with business and home telephone numbers, including two supervisors, two subordinates (including one support staff member), two faculty, and two community members.

The search committee will begin reviewing applications after March 2, 2018; however, late applications may be accepted until the position is filled. To be considered in the first reading, applications must be submitted by 4:30 pm on March 2, 2018.

For additional information, contact LACCD Human Resources at (213) 891-2290; ssaha@email.laccd.edu

For confidential inquiries or to forward nominations, contact search consultants Community College Search Services:
Dr. Eva Conrad at eva.e.conrad@gmail.com; 805-660-1527
John Romo at romo.islay1814@gmail.co; 805-698-7987

LACCD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
www.laccd.edu; www.lacitycollege.edu


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6Director, Graduate Student Profe
Classified Director, Graduate Student Professional Development Program

The University of California, Santa Barbara, invites applications for the position of Graduate Student Professional Development Program Director (Job # JPF01207), to start March 1, 2018 or later.

Under general direction from the Graduate Division Dean and Assistant Dean, the Graduate Student Professional Development Program Director will have primary responsibility for providing the vision, strategic planning, and leadership for a campuswide program focused on the professional development of graduate students leading to careers both within and outside of academia. The Director is responsible for establishing and maintaining a co-curricular professional development curriculum that follows the graduate student lifecycle and actively engages graduate students throughout their enrollment at UCSB. The professional development program will provide graduate students with the key skills they need before completing their degrees. These include communication, academic development, leadership and professionalism, career preparation, and other metaprofessional skills.

The Director manages the daily operations of the Graduate Student Resource Center (GSRC) from which professional activities are coordinated. In collaboration with the Assistant Director, the Director also oversees the operation of the UCSB GradPost (online information blog for graduate students), develops a comprehensive annual budget for the Career & Professional Development unit, and drafts an annual report for submission to the Graduate Dean. This position includes the possibility of teaching a graduate course in professional development.

The Director is responsible for the hiring, supervision, and evaluation of an Assistant Director, a Graduate Writing Specialist, a .25 FTE Academic Program Coordinator, and 4 graduate student peer advisors who focus on specific support areas (funding, writing, professional development, and international graduate students). Additionally, the Director provides support and coordination of services with other personnel in the GSRC, including a Graduate Career Counselor and 3 other graduate student peer advisors, in collaboration with campus partners (e.g. Career Services; Graduate Division's Admissions, Diversity, & Outreach unit). The Director fosters a working environment which promotes enthusiasm for meeting the objectives of the GSRC. The Director also facilitates productive collaborations across campus that promote graduate student professional development and serves as an advocate for graduate student needs.

On behalf of the Dean, the Director manages other major activities and events that support the successful professional and academic development of graduate students including:

The campus response to calls for graduate student proposals to extramural funding agencies (e.g., the Fulbright U.S. Student Program)
Annual major Graduate Division academic activities including New Graduate Student Orientation, Grad Slam, the Beyond Academia Conference, and other special events.

Applicants must possess at least a Master's degree and have experience in developing curriculum and managing programs within higher education. Excellent writing and communication skills (to academic and general audiences) are essential.

Salary commensurate with experience.

Applicants should submit to https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF01207 : (1) cover letter, (2) curriculum vitae, and (3) provide names of at least three references, to be contacted only with your written approval. If you have any questions, please email Dr. Robert Hamm at robert.hamm@graddiv.ucsb.edu . For primary consideration, all materials should be received by February 8, 2018, although the position remains open until filled.

The Division is interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching, 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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7Associate Director
Classified Regis University

Associate Director

Department: Residence Life & Housing (RESH)

Position Category: Staff

FTE: 1.0

Schedule: Monday -Friday 8:30am 5:00pm Evenings and Weekends, as needed On-Call for Residence Life & Housing

Will driving be required?: Yes

If temporary, list start date:

If temporary, list end date:

Requested start date for this position: 05/21/2018

Pay Rate: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience

Benefits Eligible: Yes

Campus Location: Northwest Denver

Full-time or Part-time: Full-Time

Posting Number: 201101102

Job Summary:
Under the general supervision of the Director of Housing & Residence Life, the Associate Director of Residence Life is a senior leadership position that leads the office in creating an inclusive residential program and manages all aspects of the Residence Life & Housing student development efforts. The Associate Director implements the strategic vision and direction for student development programs in the residence halls and apartment housing while making recommendations on related policies. This is a live-off position with high-level emergency and crisis response duty responsibilities. This position has the authority to act, make decisions, and interpret policy as the Director of Housing & Residence Life in the Director's absence from campus.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervision & Management
" Responsible for the direct hiring, training, supervising, advising, development, and evaluation of Residence Life Coordinators (4).
" Indirectly supervise 50 to 60 paraprofessional Lead Resident Assistants, and Resident Assistants, Community Assistants, Lead Desk Assistants, and Desk Assistant Staff.
" Develop, implement, and support opportunities for professional development, learning, and professional organization involvement
" Ensure staff have a professional development plan that incorporates and encourages best practices and new programming models for student learning.
" Oversee design, implementation, and assessment of student staff selection process.
" Oversee design, implementation, and assessment of student staff residential training curriculum.
" Identify crisis prevention training needs; develop training modules and facilitate training sessions for all Residence Life staff.
" Ensure all university training requirements are met for all live-in/on staff members.
Residential Education & Student Development
" Oversee development and management of the residential curriculum and the Living and Learning community programs and initiatives for the residence halls and apartment housing
" Facilitate the creation of an inclusive residential environment, ensuring that all values of diversity and social justice are included in all aspects of Residence Life training, development, and curriculums.
" Collaborate with the other Student Affairs departments and various Academic Affairs units to develop the execution of the Residential Curriculum Model.
" Oversee the development and management of the Living and Learning Community program, including the recruitment of faculty and oversight of programming and assessment in collaboration with Academic Affairs.
" Lead efforts in the management, tracking and updating of all reports of students of concern within the residence halls and apartment housing. Work closely with the Residence Life Coordinators, Resident Assistants, and Peer Minsters to identify and track students of concern.
" Assist with tracking/facilitating adjudication issues and conflict resolution that arises in the residence halls and apartment housing in conjunction with the Director of Housing & Residence Life. Serve as a hearing officer when deemed necessary by the Director of Residence Life, Director of Student Conduct, and/or Dean of Students.
" Assist the Director with the development policies and procedures that provide timely and comprehensive response to physical, psychological, and medical emergencies twenty-four hours per day
" Serve as the on-call position to assist, support, and advise Residence Life staff in all emergency and crisis situations; serve as emergency responder and perform assignment tasks in case of housing emergencies (as deemed necessary by the Director). The situations usually occur on campus on evenings and weekends, as well as during the typical work day.
" Coordinate, analyze, and provide reports on all residential education aspects for the Residence Life & Housing Assessment Plan to ensure student learning outcomes are being met.
" Participate in all Residence Life programs, orientation programs, admissions events, and campus specialty days/weekends.
Leadership & Administration
" Utilize analytical results and data to design, develop and implement innovative and effective programs and services
" Ensure that all values of diversity and social justice are included in all aspects of living on-campus.
" Coordinate staff manual revisions and oversee the dissemination of policy and protocol updates and changes.
" Work closely with the Housing Occupancy Coordinator to develop residential policies and procedures that are supportive and inclusive of all students.
" Manage the coordination of Summer Housing and Summer Conference Programs
" In collaboration with the Director, assist in the establishment and implementation of short- and long-range department goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitor and evaluate program effectiveness; effect changes required for improvement.
" Serve as liaison to the Office of Residence Life with administrative units in Student Affairs, Auxiliary Services, other faculty and staff affiliated with student success on university retention initiatives
" Oversee development of materials and forms for the operations of Residence Life programs and processes.
Fiscal Resource Management
" Manage budgets related to daily operations for Residence Life as it relates to residential education.
" Provide input and assist in the preparation of the Residence Life & Housing annual budget analysis and preparation
" Create funding strategies with the residential education budgets that promote fiscal responsibility and support university and fiscal rules and policies
" Assist the Director of Housing and Residence Life in planning for the allocation of resources relating to physical improvements of residential communities.
Other Duties and Responsibilities
" Serve on university committees on an as needed basis.
" Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned by the Director of Housing and Residence Life.

Minimum Qualifications:
" Masters degree in college student personnel, higher education administration or related field from an accredited four-year institution of higher education
" Five years of relevant experience, with at least three being in a professional and supervisor level, in a comprehensive on-campus housing operation within higher education.
" Experience in supervision of full-time and/or graduate level staff.
" Direct experience working with college students.
" Demonstrated ability to work with faculty and academic affairs.
" Experience working in an ethnically and culturally diverse environment.
" Demonstrated management experience in the development and training of Residence Life staff.

Preferred Qualifications:
" 5 years of progressively responsible Residence Life experience within a comprehensive residence life system in a higher education setting.
" Increasingly responsible experience as a leader in Student Affairs.
" Experience with assessment, strategic planning and implementation or new initiatives and organizational change.
" Experience with Title IX and Campus Security Act regulations
" Experience working with Living and Learning Communities
" Experience working in a Residential Curriculum Model
" Experience with Higher Education software, specifically, StarRez, Colleague, and/or Maxient

About Regis:
Regis University, inspired by its Jesuit Catholic heritage, has been committed to academic excellence, personal development and community engagement since its founding in 1877. Regis provides values-based education at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission: A Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Its motto, Men and Women in Service of Others, describes the purpose of Jesuit education: to form men and women who use their knowledge in the unselfish service of others. Regis is composed of five colleges: the College of Contemporary Liberal Studies, Regis College, College of Computer & Information Sciences, College of Business & Economics, and Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, which includes the schools of pharmacy, physical therapy and nursing.
Beyond its historic campus in Northwest Denver, there are Regis campuses in Thornton, the Denver Tech Center and in Colorado Springs. Regis currently serves about 10,000 students in online and campus environments and has been ranked as a top school in the Western Region for 20 consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report.

UA EEO Statement:
This statement is intended to indicate clearly that the University is morally committed to the principles of nondiscrimination that we want to do this rather than just have to by law.

In accordance with its Jesuit Catholic mission, Regis University is committed to maintaining a humane atmosphere in which the civil rights of every individual are recognized and respected. Regis University does not unlawfully discriminate in either the provision of educational services or in employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, creed, ancestry, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by local, state, or federal law. Within this context, Regis University does reserve the right to give employment preference to persons who demonstrate by word and practice a commitment to the Universitys mission and educational goals.

Close Date:

Open Until Filled: Yes
(Positions may remain open until we have an adequate applicant pool or the close date listed, whichever occurs first. Please consider applying for positions as soon as possible)

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Ideal Start Date is May 2018. Provide Personal Mission Statement and how it relates to your work in Residence Life and Student Affairs in a Higher Education setting. Review of Applications will begin February 16, 2018.

To apply, visit: https://jobs.regis.edu/


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8Assistant Director
Classified Regis University

Assistant Director

Department: Events and Conference Services

Position Category: Staff

FTE: 1.00

Schedule: Monday- Sunday Dependent on Event and Conference offerings

Will driving be required?: Yes

If temporary, list start date:

If temporary, list end date:

Requested start date for this position: 02/26/2018

Pay Rate: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience

Benefits Eligible: Yes

Campus Location: Northwest Denver

Full-time or Part-time: Full-Time

Posting Number: 201101110

Job Summary:
This Assistant Director of Events and Conference Services provides leadership and management of the university's Conference Services operations at all locations. This unit generates revenue for the institution from its facilities when they are not in use for the primary purpose of educating students. The position's responsibilities include selecting and leading the staff of Conference Services and identifying and securing an expanding customer base to increase the return on the university's investment in its facilities.

Manage the Conference Services operations at all locations through planning, organizing and controlling the systems and processes required to effectively develop a sustainable growth in revenue through a mix of recurring and new clientele.

Key qualities include:

* excellent and professional communication across all mediums;

* the ability to multi-task effectively;

* personable, consistent and results-oriented approach to human resources;

* genuine relationship-building skills;

* motivation to achieve win-win outcomes;

* outstanding client relations & customer service; and

* passion for delivering on the details that creates memorable events and reliable delivery on commitments.

In concert with other campus departments, student workers, contractors and vendors, the Events & Conference Services department is flexible, team-oriented and provides the type of service and dedication to excellence that earns respect and repeat business. The Assistant Assistant Director will ensure that all safety protocols, local and company health department regulations, human resource policies, and Regis University standards and expectations of conferences and events are consistently met.

Hours may vary to include some evening, holiday and weekend times according to the event scheduling.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:
30% Managing and coordinating all summer camps and conferences: handling all proposals, contract negotiations, logistics, and overseeing the invoicing in addition to being the main point of contact for the groups. This also includes managing all of the inter-departmental logistics with Housing, Phys Plant, ITS, Campus Safety, Bon Appetit, and other departments as needed.
25% Financial Responsibility; Monitor the financial viability of the operation through participation in the universitys annual budget process for both revenue and expenditure and the careful analysis of variances from budget and the investigation and implementation of the appropriate corrective action. Oversee the credit and collection of the units accounts receivable.
25% Execution of daily operations including creating and implementing policies and procedures for events on campus, as well as planning, coordinating, publicizing and implementing all large and high-profile meetings, events, camps, and conferences on campus.
The Assistant Director oversees the Events Coordinators who oversee and handle the day-to-day operations of logistics for all other events. Negotiate and prepare all contracts for on-campus Conference Services events with both internal and external clients. This includes screening potential clients to ensure they meet the appropriate non-profit status.
Negotiate and coordinate with Facilities Services as well as external vendors for services required by clients to meet their facility requirements.
15% Attracting, hiring, training and retaining talent for the ECS team Interview, select, orientate, train, review and discipline Conference Services staff in both units as required.
5% Performs other duties as necessary to support the needs of the Department and the Universitys mission.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelors degree in hospitality, event management, business, or other related degree; or a 2-year degree in the same disciplines. Three years of directly related Conference & Events management.
Skills and Abilities:
Excellent supervision and guidance skills.
Creative, innovative and self-motivated worker who can work with minimal supervision.
Ability to work on campuses and with vendors with a wide variety of people and personalities and respond gracefully and professionally in high-pressure situations.
Quick learner who possesses the ability to work on their own and come up with solutions to problems and/or limitations. The position also demands that the individual have the ability to determine the course of action to be taken when developing and implementing policies and procedures that involve a diverse group of people and various moral implications.
Be able to lift or carry 25-40 lbs.
Language and Communication Skills:
Ability to negotiate contracts with vendors and clients.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
Comfort with public presentations, technology, hosting meetings (with customers and student groups), and writing memos and reports.
Ability to work and perform in fast-paced, stress-filled environment because of the nature of event planning and management.
Physical: Often are required to carry or lift heavy items up to 40lbs in support of events across campus.
Lifting & Carrying: Frequent moving of tables, chairs, signage, boxes, furniture, boxes and other items to support events across campus.
Body Positions: Sitting for extended periods of time in meetings, in vehicles for travel/appointments, moving across campus.
Body Movements: Standard body movements required of public speakers. Must enter and exit buildings for meetings, lunches, and appointments. See above for additional information.
Hand Use: Writing, telephone, fax, computer, other office equipment; greeting and shaking hands.
The sense of Touch: See above.
Hearing: Must be able to hear over the telephone (this is a primary mode of communication) and at information meetings and private appointments.
Vision: Must be able to use audiovisual materials, help design marketing collateral and web pages and observe individuals.
Mathematics:
Ability to prepare invoices.
An understanding of spreadsheets and budget reports.
Budget management skills are highly desirable.
Computer Skills:
High comfort level with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Publisher and Adobe Reader information.
Ability to issue RFPs for technical solutions, assess responses and negotiate contracts
Quickly learn computer programs.
Preferred:
o Ability to navigate social media and to use computer systems such as Banner, Datatel, Colleague, etc.
o Experience with R25 or 25Live Scheduling, or other event scheduling software.
Remembering: Must recall vast amounts of sometimes technical information, policies, and procedures.
Language Ability: Must have clear speaking for public speaking and group/individual meetings. Must have clear writing ability for all written communications.
Reasoning/Knowledge:
Sound judgment in complex and arduous situations.
Ability to develop a business plan and execute same.
Understanding of the elements of providing exceptional customer service, problem-solving and ability to administer and execute several programs simultaneously.
Understanding of the structure of a University, its constituents, the needs of a campus community, the resources and requirements of the surrounding community with regards to events, and the flow of information within a University structure.
Understanding of the development level and needs of college students.
Ability to respond to emergency situations.
WORKING CONDITIONS: This position will work inside in an office environment and the classrooms as well as traveling across campus most days to manage event spaces and events. This position will also travel to extension campuses and meetings off-site as needed

Preferred Qualifications:
5 years of upper management experience in high volume campus, hotel, conference center or other large event venues. Experience working in an academic setting, ideally in events. Comprehensive meeting planning skills. Masters Degree.

About Regis:
Regis University, inspired by its Jesuit Catholic heritage, has been committed to academic excellence, personal development and community engagement since its founding in 1877. Regis provides values-based education at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission: A Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Its motto, Men and Women in Service of Others, describes the purpose of Jesuit education: to form men and women who use their knowledge in the unselfish service of others. Regis is composed of five colleges: the College of Contemporary Liberal Studies, Regis College, College of Computer & Information Sciences, College of Business & Economics, and Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions, which includes the schools of pharmacy, physical therapy and nursing.
Beyond its historic campus in Northwest Denver, there are Regis campuses in Thornton, the Denver Tech Center and in Colorado Springs. Regis currently serves about 10,000 students in online and campus environments and has been ranked as a top school in the Western Region for 20 consecutive years by U.S. News & World Report.

UA EEO Statement:
This statement is intended to indicate clearly that the University is morally committed to the principles of nondiscrimination that we want to do this rather than just have to by law.

In accordance with its Jesuit Catholic mission, Regis University is committed to maintaining a humane atmosphere in which the civil rights of every individual are recognized and respected. Regis University does not unlawfully discriminate in either the provision of educational services or in employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, creed, ancestry, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, physical or mental disability, or any other characteristic protected by local, state, or federal law. Within this context, Regis University does reserve the right to give employment preference to persons who demonstrate by word and practice a commitment to the Universitys mission and educational goals.

Close Date:

Open Until Filled: Yes
(Positions may remain open until we have an adequate applicant pool or the close date listed, whichever occurs first. Please consider applying for positions as soon as possible)

Special Instructions to Applicants:

To apply, visit: https://jobs.regis.edu/


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9Director of Disability Services
Classified Director of Disability Services for Students

Texas Woman's University, a distinguished coeducational public university, invites applications and nominations for the position of Director, Disability Services for Students
(DSS). The Director will provide essential new insight, vision, and leadership in creating a more cohesive university-wide effort towards supporting an equitable and accessible campus environment. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of student advocacy; staying current with legal and technological changes; implementing cutting edge approaches; and engaging campus stakeholders with a strong vision to redefine access for a diverse and growing student population.

Position Summary

The Director of Disability Services for Students is responsible for the overall leadership, vision, management, and program direction for Disability Services for Students (DSS) on the Denton, Dallas, and Houston campuses. This position provides departmental, divisional, and institutional leadership to support the University in efforts to create equitable access to learning. The Director supervises all staff in DSS, serves as a disability subject matter expert for the University, coordinates appropriate accommodations for students in the classroom and in the use of facilities in order to provide equal access to educational opportunities at TWU.

The Director provides counseling and guidance to assist students with disabilities in their transition and adjustment to the University, accepts and reviews disability documentation, and determines appropriate accommodations in the classroom and other campus activities. This involves administrative responsibilities for successfully leading a comprehensive program to ensure access for students with disabilities, including response to changing needs and developing best practices.

Duties and Responsibilities

Serves as the primary knowledge expert on disability services and helps establish priorities for the University.
Develops and implements communications focusing on the department's services and programs for students with disabilities.
Responsible for developing and maintaining policies and procedures (i.e. determining eligibility, provision of accommodations, interpreting services, testing center, etc.), priorities, and long-range goals for the implementation and coordination of a comprehensive program of services to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
Designs all programs and services within the framework of state and federal regulations, currently accepted learning theories, best practices in the profession and available financial resources.
Evaluates, verifies, and interprets documentation from various professionals (physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, neurologists, etc.) to determine eligibility for services.
Supervises, hires and evaluates all staff in the department; directs and assigns duties and responsibilities, establishes job standards, and expectations.
Provides new students with orientation to disability services within the higher education environment by providing information regarding services, resources and channels for requesting and acquiring assistance.
Advocates for students as needed regarding possible solutions to academic barriers resulting from disabilities.
Provides disability-related advising, counseling, support and advocacy to students.
Leads programmatic efforts focused on skill development (self-advocacy, time management, communication, etc.) and academic success of students with disabilities and tracks/monitors progress
Provides interpretation and assistance in implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitations Act to faculty, staff, and administrators.
Builds associations and manages relationships between the University and community resources.
Advises students, faculty, and departments on appropriate and recommended reasonable accommodations.
Acts as a mediator between faculty and students for disability-related grievances.
Responsible for the overall budget for the department; reviews and approves expenditures; responsible for all aspects of fiscal operations for DSS.
Responsible for all DSS testing operations.
Provides training and consultation to faculty and departments on disability awareness, reasonable accommodations, and Universal Design.
Builds associations through participation in professional organizations and professional development activities and facilitates professional development among DSS staff.
Assures and maintains an effective case management system including case tracking, review and analysis.
Responsible for the acquisition, maintenance, and coordination of the use of adaptive equipment and software.
Collaborates with the Office of Technology on the placement of adaptive technology.
Collaborates with state agencies who provide services to individuals with disabilities.
Collaborates with designated university committees in response to and investigations of any formal complaints made by students with disabilities regarding discrimination.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Ability to plan, direct, and evaluate a complex operation, using human resources, time, funds, and other resources for the accomplishment of long-term and short-term goals of the institution.
Proven ability to evaluate and interpret disability documentation to implement reasonable accommodations.
Ability to professionally and appropriately manage sensitive and confidential information.
Knowledge of various diagnostic assessments commonly utilized to identify limitations experienced by individuals with disabilities preferred.
Understanding and experience with assistive and accessible information technologies, including best practices.
Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with students, parents, faculty, staff, and the public.
Ability to present comprehensive evidence-based information to administration, faculty, staff, and student groups.
Ability to provide effective representation of disability accommodations and support service issues in the campus community.
Ability to provide administrative guidance within area of responsibility, providing direct training and supervision as needed.
Ability to apply budgetary and fiscal planning techniques within financial constraints.
Ability to organize work effectively, conceptualize and prioritize objectives, and exercise independent judgment based on an understanding of organizational policies and activities.
Ability to integrate resources, policies, and information for the determination of procedures, solutions, and other outcomes.
Ability to communicate effectively in various forms with diverse populations.
Ability to use a personal computer and other office equipment including University related software and email.

Required qualifications:

Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, Disability Studies, or related field required.
At least five years of post-graduate related administrative and/or counseling experience.
At least five years of related professional experience with increasing responsibility, including management or partnership with programs and services for students with disabilities.
Experience interpreting and applying applicable state and federal laws, and regulations pertaining to disabilities including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Knowledge of disability issues and best practices in the provision of services to students with disabilities in a college setting.

About TWU

Texas Woman's University, with over 15,000 students, occupies a notable position in higher education as the nation's largest university primarily for women. Established in 1901, TWU is a doctoral/research-intensive public university, which emphasizes the liberal arts and sciences as well as specialized and professional studies in business, nursing, health sciences, and education. TWU graduates more new health care professionals than any other university in Texas. TWU operates three campuses: Houston, Dallas, and the main campus in Denton (population 115,000), located 40 miles north of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. This metroplex, the nation's fourth largest urban center, has world-class museums, orchestras, opera, ballet, theatre companies, as well as an array of professional and collegiate sports venues. To learn more about TWU, visit: http://www.twu.edu.

Application Procedure and Timeline

Texas Woman's University has partnered with Keeling & Associates, LLC, in this search process. Applications should include a resume and a letter of interest and must be emailed to recruiting@keelingassociates.com. The subject line of the email should read "TWU-Director, DSS."A confidential review of applications will begin on March 26, 2018 and all materials submitted by that date will receive full consideration.

Confidential nominations, expressions of interest, and requests for conversations about the position prior to application are welcome and should be directed to Dr. Jan Walbert, Vice President and Senior Consultant for Executive Search, at jwalbert@keelingassociates.com.

Texas Woman's University strives to provide an educational environment that affirms the rights and dignity of each individual, fosters diversity, and encourages a respect for the differences among persons. Discrimination or harassment of any kind is considered inappropriate.

Texas Woman's University is committed to equal opportunity in employment and education and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national or ethnic origin, veteran's status, genetic information or against qualified disabled persons.

All positions at Texas Woman's University are deemed security sensitive; background checks are conducted on applicants considered for employment. TWU is a "Tobacco Free Campus."



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10Assistant Dean of Students and D
Location: Berkeley, CA 94720
Classified Job Title:
Assistant Dean of Students and Director, Center for Student Conduct (0319U) #24509

Job ID:
24509

Location:
Main Campus-Berkeley

Full/Part Time:
Full-Time

Regular/Temporary:
Regular

Department
Dean of Student Centers

About Berkeley

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

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

Departmental Overview

The Berkeley campus community is committed to maintaining an environment that encourages personal and intellectual growth and has established rules of conduct intended to foster behavior consistent with a civil, educational setting. This position will play a critical role within the Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students (AVC/DoS) team. The AVC/DoS team, within the Division of Student Affairs, provides essential programs, services and resources for the co-curricular student experiences of UC Berkeley undergraduate and graduate students. The AVC/DoS team includes: Public Service Center, Center for Student Conduct, ASUC Student Union, Career Center, New Student Services, Student Affairs Case Management, Student Legal Services, and PATH to Care. The AVC/DoS team engages students in public service and service learning, career development, student organizations and sponsored fraternity and sorority chapters, facilitates student leadership development, career development, and adjudicates both academic and non-academic misconduct allegations through the Student Code of Conduct.

Responsibilities

The Assistant Dean and Director of the Center for Student Conduct is part of a dynamic team as a member of the Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students leadership team. This position is responsible for the Center for Student Conduct processes, is the campus expert in student conduct codes, policies and regulations, represents campus leadership, and partners with community stakeholders focused on student conduct issues.

This position oversees the staff that investigates and adjudicates alleged incidents of student misconduct (academic and non-academic) at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels both on and off campus. The Assistant Dean/Director serves as the campus expert on conduct related matters, and follows trends and regulatory changes that may impact campus practices. The Assistant Dean/Director provides critical information and education to stakeholders, and drives policy, program and process changes campus-wide.

The scope of this position is broad, impacting the entire UC Berkeley campus, community, and law enforcement. The Assistant Dean/Director is responsible for developing system improvements, new policies and procedures, and delivering effective education and outreach programs that support a learning environment. The Assistant Dean and Director provides leadership and manages special projects as assigned that have broader implications for the AVC/DoS team and student life.

Required Qualifications

Expert level knowledge of student conduct systems and processes across a variety of higher education institutions.
Expert level knowledge of the intersection of Title IX and student conduct processes and procedures.
Thorough understanding of Federal, state, and local laws (such as VAWA, Clery Act, FERPA), policies, ordinances, and legislation that impact, or have potential to impact students and institutions of higher education.
Significant experience writing, interpreting and revising university policies.
Trauma informed training.
Thorough knowledge of Student Affairs and Student Life.
Excellent political acumen demonstrated by the ability to successfully navigate complex networks of relationships, and to work with a high level of multicultural competence and sensitivity in achieving departmental and division-wide goals.
Outstanding communication skills demonstrated by the ability to interact comfortably with a wide range of diverse people, including professional staff, students, faculty, parents, system-wide colleagues, community partners, and media. Ability to write clearly and concisely in different audience-appropriate styles.
Excellent organizational skills as demonstrated by the ability to balance numerous demands, evaluate competing priorities, and adjust planning, as needed.
Exceptional critical thinking skills demonstrated by the ability to analyze information, evaluate results, and facilitate resolution of difficult challenges, including the ability to handle issues of complex and extreme political sensitivity.
Superior judgment. Ability to demonstrate balanced judgment. Exceptional discretion.
Capacity to simultaneously engage multiple issues of very significant legal, policy and operational complexity with an unusually large and diverse number of constituencies.
A strong student-centered philosophy.
Strong leadership skills demonstrated by the ability to teach, influence, and inspire others to take action based on vision and strategic objectives. Effective personnel management and supervisory skills.
Understanding of campus climate and multicultural issues.
Ability to make and stand behind unpopular decisions.
Strong counseling skills essential to mediate conflict, problem-solve, and respond appropriately to concerns.
Strong program and process management skills including strategic planning, risk management, and change management.
Ability to create cross-campus partnerships and collaborations with other colleagues, demonstrates administrative and political acumen to work closely with staff in other offices that provide services to students.
Master's degree in higher education administration, student services, social work or advanced degree in a related field and/or equivalent years of experience. Significant experience in student conduct work and/or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

Salary & Benefits

Salary is commensurate with experience. Hiring range is $87,100 - $105,200/annually.
For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:

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

How to Apply

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

Other Information

To be considered, please submit application materials no later than March 1, 2018

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.

Mandated Reporter

This position has been identified as a Mandated Reporter required to report the observed or suspected abuse or neglect of children, dependent adults, or elders to designated law enforcement or social service agencies. We reserve the right to make employment contingent upon completion of signed statements acknowledging the responsibilities of a Mandated Reporter.

Equal Employment Opportunity

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

To Apply, visit:
https://jobsprod.is.berkeley.edu/psp/jobsprod/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=24509&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1



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11Associate Vice Provost for Acade
Location: Camarillo, CA 93012
Classified Associate Vice Provost for Academic Programs and Planning

California State University Channel Islands is the newest campus of the California State University, the largest system of public higher education in the United States. The institution is innovative, student centered, and committed to graduating students with its Four Pillars: a) international and b) multicultural perspectives; c) integrative approaches; and d) community engagement. CSUCI currently serves 7,000 students, and at its full capacity the campus will serve 15,000 students (www.csuci.edu).

Founded in 2002 and located midway between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles and 10 minutes from the Pacific Ocean, CSUCI offers 25 undergraduate majors, ten graduate degrees, a joint doctorate in educational leadership, and a variety of certificate and teaching credential programs. CSUCI is an Hispanic-Serving Institution that takes special pride in the diversity of its students and its community, and the collegial faculty-staff-student interactions which have characterized the institution since its beginning. The current student body is 50% Hispanic, 49% Pell Recipient, and 59% first-generation college students. Over half of CSUCI's undergraduates are transfers from community colleges. CSUCI is deeply committed to serving and developing all of its students.

The Associate Vice Provost for Academic Programs and Planning (AVP-APP) reports to the Provost and is an integral member of the Provost's academic leadership team. The AVP-APP directly oversees Academic Support; Academic Programs and Planning; Undergraduate Studies; Mission Based Centers; and the Santa Rosa Island Research Station and acts on behalf of the Provost in his absence. The AVP-APP works closely in a decision-making capacity with the Provost, Associate Vice Presidents, Deans, program chairs, and faculty. In this capacity and with the Provost and Deans, the AVP-APP meets regularly with the department chairs to discuss program implementation and planning, student enrollment management, academic support services, space utilization, budget issues, and equipment and supplies. The AVP-APP assists with day-to-day management responsibilities and long-range planning efforts; provides guidance and advice to the Provost on policy matters and improvements and currency of academic programs; ensures the proper implementation of academic policies and procedures; promotes research, scholarship and creative activities; supports effective utilization of fiscal resources and development and advancement activities; assists with divisional budget development and management activities; serves as a member of the Provost's management team and represents the Provost on committees, councils, and formal/informal management sessions; and oversees and carries to completion projects assigned by the Provost. A full listing of the qualifications and duties of the position can be found in the profile under "Current Searches" at www.academic-search.com.

Requirements include an earned terminal degree; eligibility for appointment at the rank of Professor; a commitment to the University's mission and the success of its diverse students, faculty, and staff; and significant and successful leadership experiences appropriate to serve as the AVP-APP.

The University is being assisted by Academic Search, Inc. Applications should consist of a substantive cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and a list of five professional references with full contact information. No references will be contacted without the explicit permission of the candidate. Applications, nominations, and expressions of interest can be submitted electronically, and in confidence, to:
CSUCI-AVP-APP@academic-search.com.

The position is open until filled but only applications received by April 12, 2018 can be assured full consideration. Confidential discussions about this opportunity may be arranged by contacting consultants Ann Die Hasselmo at Ann.Hasselmo@academic-search.com and Chris Butler at Chris.Butler@academic-search.com.

California State University Channel Islands is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status or protected veteran status.


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12Executive Director - CSU, Chico
Location: Chico, CA 95929
Classified Executive Director
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICO RESEARCH FOUNDATION

California State University, Chico Research Foundation invites applications and nominations for the position of Executive Director for the Research Foundation. The Executive Director reports directly to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, collaborates closely with the Board of Directors, the Vice Presidents of Business and Finance and Advancement, and supports the mission, values, and priorities of the Academic Plan within the context of the University's Strategic Plan for the Future.

As a non-profit self-supporting 501(c) (3) auxiliary organization of CSU, Chico, the Research Foundation supports the entrepreneurial arm of the University. The Research Foundation Executive Director provides leadership in enacting a collaborative vision that ensures the service to campus units is executed responsibly to meet the institutional needs. The Research Foundation supports the administration of over 500 grants, contracts, and programs with annual revenues of about $50 million between both the Research and University Foundations. The Research Foundation provides contracted financial and administrative services to the University Foundation, which is Chico State's philanthropic organization. The Research Foundation employs approximately 190 benefited employees along with roughly 500 part-time and student employees through the various externally funded projects. The Research Foundation Administrative team includes Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology staff all under the supervision of the Executive Director.

Position Description
The Executive Director is responsible for providing leadership and vision for a wide range of auxiliary operations, which support the University's mission. The Executive Director shall establish the Research Foundation as a modern service organization that effectively supports its clients and collaborates well with other administrative units. The Executive Director develops and implements policies and strategies to ensure the continued financial strength of the CSU, Chico Research Foundation, streamlines practices, builds strong teams, and facilitates collaborative relationships within and between units.
The Executive Director for the Research Foundation duties and responsibilities:

* Responsible for the leadership and management of the Research Foundation Administration team. Leads staff in the development and implementation of short- and long-range plans and other activities that align the Research Foundation with the University's vision and mission.

* Oversees the management of the organization, including the development of the annual budget for Board approval, and prudently manages the organization's resources within budget guidelines according to Research Foundation and CSU policies, current bylaws, and regulations.

* Coordinates all activities pertaining to Board of Director meetings, including the development of present and future plans to support the University.

* Supports operations and administration of the Board of Directors by advising and informing Board members,
interfacing between the Board, staff, and the University, and supporting the Board's oversight of the organization.

* Facilitates property acquisitions and management services for the University to meet its mission.

* Oversees the full range of administrative and business support services to grants, Centers, and other
projects/departments of the University as needed.

* Oversees the development, implementation, and fiscal management of Research Foundation operations while
providing a fresh perspective that assists in innovation and trends that effectively serve its customers.

* Takes a leadership role in combination with multiple constituencies and diverse groups of people to create a shared vision that is aligned with the University's mission.

* Communicates with and provides information, advice and counsel to the Board of Directors and its committees in the creation of policies, programs, and strategic direction of the organization.

* Maintains official records and documents and ensures compliance with federal, state, and local laws and
regulations.

* Provides Research Foundation Administrative Directors with the resources and support to ensure best practice, compliance, and empowerment for their Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology teams.

* Maintains effective risk management/insurance programs.

* Works collaboratively with, and provides support to, the Associate Vice President of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to accomplish mission, ensure accountability, and foster efficiency in all endeavors.

* Maintains positive relationships with staff, clients, board members, funding agencies, donors, university managers, project directors, and community constituents.

* Oversees gift and trust administration services for the University Foundation, as well as accounting, employment, and other business services, according to the provisions of the service contract between the two foundations.

* Interfaces and networks with other like entities in the California State University (CSU) system and nationally.

Required Qualifications

* Bachelor's Degree.

* Strong evidence of effective leadership skills.

* Demonstrated experience as an effective member of a management team.

* A minimum of five years of management experience working with large scale and multi-faceted business operations.

* Demonstrated awareness and understanding of the importance of compliance with applicable laws and regulations in operating non-profit foundations.

* Knowledge of financial and management accounting methods for non-profits.

* Demonstrated expertise in areas of budget development, financial planning, and forecasting.

* Knowledge of federal and state grant and contract processes.

* Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability and willingness to share information with diverse audiences.

* Knowledge of the latest analytical techniques to promote data-driven planning and decision-making.

Preferred Qualifications

* Demonstrated successful leadership in higher education.

* Demonstrated commitment to diversity through leadership, active planning, allocation of resources, and
accountability.

* Demonstrated ability to increase the value and performance of non-profit processes.

* Demonstrated ability to build and maintain effective teams.

* Demonstrated commitment to the principles of shared governance and transparency.

* Demonstrated ability to work well with stakeholders with diverse interests and goals.

* Experience generating and allocating resources in support of a unit's goals, mission, and professional activities, including responsibility for a complex budget.

* Advanced degree and/or certifications.

The University
California State University, Chico is the second-oldest campus in the 23-member CSU system, the nation's largest public university system. Founded in 1887, Chico State enrolls approximately 17,500 students and offers more than 230 graduate and undergraduate programs through its seven colleges and five schools. The campus consistently ranks as one of the best regional public universities in the Western United States and is the only CSU campus to have earned a favorable rating in all five categories of the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard, which rates universities on affordability and value. Its mission includes a broad commitment to environmental sustainability, public service, and community engagement throughout the 12-county North State region, where the campus is located. The University was named a federal Hispanic-Serving Institution in 2015.

As a university that educates students from a variety of ethnic, cultural and international backgrounds, we value and seek a diverse faculty, staff, and administration. Chico State welcomes applicants who are knowledgeable about and interested in working within a cross-cultural learning environment.

Applications
Applicants should submit a CSU, Chico Research Foundation application, complete and current resume, as well as names, addresses, and telephone numbers of up to five (5) references. A cover letter of interest should indicate how an applicant's qualifications relate to the required qualifications and responsibilities of the California State University, Chico Research Foundation Executive Director. Applicants should briefly articulate their leadership philosophy and explain why they aspire to this position.

Review of applications will begin March 5, 2018 and continue until the position is filled. As a condition of employment candidates will have to submit official, sealed transcripts. Upon a conditional offer of employment, candidates will have to submit to a confidential background check and Live Scan fingerprinting. All information obtained will be strictly confidential.

Link to Application
For a full position description and application:
http://www.csuchico.edu/rfdn/human-resources/employment-opportunities.shtml

Application Submission
Applications and nominee information should be emailed to: rfhrjobs@csuchico.edu

Salary
Salary Range: $117,500 - $150,000. This position includes options for health, vision and/or dental insurance; employer contributions to a 403(b) retirement plan (beginning year 2); employer-paid life and disability insurance; and vacation, sick leave, and holidays. This is a full-time 12-month management position. The individual selected for this position will begin employment prior to June 1, 2018. This position is exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

CSU, Chico Research Foundation employs only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. The University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Americans with Disabilities Act employer. Additional information about the University may be viewed online http://www.csuchico.edu/about/chico-facts.shtml and Research Foundation information is available at http://www.csuchico.edu/rfdn/.

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The CSU, Chico Research Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, color, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, National origin, sex, sexual orientation, covered veteran status, or any other protected status. It is the Research Foundation's policy to hire only United States citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States. All new employees must provide proof of identity and authorization to work. Prospective applicants with a disability may request and receive reasonable accommodation during the application and selection process.


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13Adjunct Faculty - Head Womens Wa
Location: Fremont, CA 94539
Classified Ohlone College

Adjunct Faculty - Head Womens Water Polo

Position Description
Ideal Candidate Statement:
Ohlone College seeks to employ faculty members who have a passion for teaching and learning and a strong commitment to the missions and ideals of the community college. We are looking for excellent teachers who are student-oriented in their approach and dedicated to student success. An ideal candidate will be skilled in generating student engagement in learning. Innovative teaching strategies are encouraged at Ohlone, including collaborative learning and the active use of technology. Continuous professional development is highly valued. We are looking for faculty with enthusiastic interest in curriculum and instructional improvement through ongoing critical thinking about student learning outcomes in courses and programs.

The ideal Ohlone faculty member will have strong leadership skills and an interest in active participation in college-wide activities. Excellent communication skills with students, staff and faculty peers are essential. We are looking for faculty who are flexible in their work and adaptable to change. Ohlone prides itself as a Learning College with the motto of A World of Cultures United in Learning and we are looking for faculty who embrace diversity in serving students of varied backgrounds and learning styles. The College is committed to environmental sustainability and looks to all employees to support this important goal.

Position:
Under the direction of the Dean of Kinesiology, Athletics, and Broadcasting, perform all duties normally expected of a community college head coach including the following:
1. Recruitment of players, scheduling contests, plan and supervision of practices, games and travel, assist in hiring assistant coaches, maintain positive relationships with all feeder programs, prepare budgets, conduct fundraising activities, adhere to district, conference and CCCAA regulations, and teach Athletic, Kinesiology, Physical Education, and/or Health classes designed to support the department and enhance women's Water Polo.
2. Coaching and teaching assignments not to exceed 67% in any single semester.

Initial salary placement information is available via the United Faculty of Ohlone (UFO) contract in article 8.9.1. The contract is available at http://www2.ohlone.edu/org/ufo/htmlPages/contract.html.


Desirable Qualifications:
Masters Degree in physical education or related field with two years of head coaching intercollegiate womens water polo.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties for this position include the standard instructional responsibilities for one or more classes in the Kinesiology and Athletics Department: teaching, grading, meeting with students (formal office hours are not required), class roster management and timely submission of grades.

Minimum Qualifications:
1. BA Degree and two years of professional Water Polo coaching experience OR AA Degree and six years of professional Water Polo coaching experience*
*NOTE: IF YOU DO NOT MEET MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AS STATED, A COMPLETED EQUIVALENCY FORM WITH ALL RELATED DOCUMENTS MUST ACCOMPANY THE APPLICATION OR YOUR PACKET WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Note: This form is available at http://www.ohlone.edu/org/hr/jobs/jobapplications.html

2. Evidence of sensitive to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.

For minimum qualification requirements, please visit http://extranet.cccco.edu/Divisions/AcademicAffairs/InstructionalProgramsandServicesUnit/MinimumQualifications.aspx.

Starting Salary Range:
Salary Range Hourly Lecture: $70.84 - $86.11; Hourly Lab: $60.82 - $73.93 DOE

Posting Detail Information
Posting Number:

Number of Vacancies: 1

Desired Start Date:

Position End Date (if temporary):

Close Date: 2/28/2018

Open Until Filled: No

Equivalency:
If you do not meet minimum qualifications as stated, a completed equivalency portfolio with all related documents must accompany the application or your packet will not be considered. The equivalency form could be found on our website at: http://www.ohlone.edu/org/hr/jobs/docs/equivalencyform-forfacultycandidatestocomplete.pdf

Foreign Transcripts:
Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from a certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached with the application and submitted by the filing deadline. Here is a list of approved services: http://www.ohlone.edu/org/hr/forms/docs/evaluationofforeigndegrees.pdf

Benefits Statement:

Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986:
Applicants selected for positions will be required to provide identification and employment eligibility as outlined in the federal Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986.

District Statement:
A multi-campus single community college district, Ohlone College is located in the southern portion of the San Francisco Bay in California; serving 12,000 students per year. The District has a main campus in the City of Fremont and a newly constructed campus in the City of Newark. Ohlone College is an ethnically diverse institution that promotes innovation and continuous improvement in departments and divisions. The College is named for the native population living in the area when Mission San Jose was founded. The Fremont campus is located just south of the historical Mission. The Newark Campus is located near Interstate 880 and emphasizes programs in health, environment, and technology.

EEO Statement:
The District is strongly committed to the principles of equal opportunity and to hiring qualified staff who reflect the diversity of our community. The District encourages a diverse pool of applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age (40 or over), medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, disability, military and veteran status, pregnancy/childbirth/breastfeeding or related medical condition or any other protected basis in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. The college encourages applications from all qualified applicants.

If you have a disability and are in need of special services, equipment, or facilities in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources office at: (510) 659-6088.

Conditions of Employment:
Offers of employment are contingent upon Governing Board approval. Employment with Ohlone Community College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements. All new employees are required to submit official transcripts and proof of freedom from tuberculosis. In addition you will be required to provide identification and employment eligibility as outlined in the federal Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986. Pre-employment tests and/or medical examinations may be required. Ohlone Community College does not sponsor H1B visas. Employees must sign the Oath or Affirmation of Allegiance and submit fingerprints for CA Department of Justice clearance.

To apply, visit: https://employment.ohlone.edu


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14Vice President, Academic Affairs
Location: Fremont, CA 94539
Classified Ohlone College

Vice President, Academic Affairs/Deputy Superintendent

Position Description:
Ideal Candidate Statement:

The ideal candidate for this position is an experienced leader with a clear, focused commitment to teaching, learning and academic excellence to promote student success. This candidate is a creative, visionary leader who will inspire staff, students and the community. The candidate is an innovative thinker who seeks original and effective solutions to problems and is a critical thinker with outstanding interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. The candidate is highly ethical, trustworthy, credible, and is respectful of diverse views and opinions. The candidate is flexible and inter-culturally competent and is a person whose leadership style is collegial, approachable, and accessible on campus and in the community. The candidate is able to delegate responsibility and authority while maintaining accountability. This seasoned professional fosters cohesion and a sense of working together for the good of the College and is committed to the effective use of technology within academic and administrative environments.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:
The Vice President, Academic Affairs has primary leadership responsibilities for planning, implementing and coordinating the educational programs of the College. In assuming these responsibilities, the Vice President must work closely with all Academic Division Deans, other administrators, and members of the faculty. While the managerial functions related to curriculum and instruction rest with the Deans, the Vice President serves as a leader in long-term planning of educational programs, assuring quality of instruction, selection and development of a distinguished faculty, and furthering the Strategic Plan, the Educational Master Plan, and the goals and objectives of Ohlone College.

The Vice President, Academic Affairs will serve as advisor to the President/Superintendent in matters related to curriculum and instruction, faculty selection, assignment, development, and retention.

The Vice President, Academic Affairs will be the primary link between the academic staff and the Vice President, Administrative Services in all budgetary matters related to instructional programs. The Vice President, Academic Affairs will work with the Vice President, Student Services in all matters related to the coordination of instructional programs and student services.

The Vice President, Academic Affairs will be accountable for achievement of college goals and objectives within the scope of Academic Affairs as set forth in the Colleges Strategic Plan, and for assessing and meeting the educational and vocational needs of citizens of the District.

The Vice President, Academic Affairs will be responsible for relationships with the wider educational and occupational community, particularly the public schools of the District, the higher education institutions to which Ohlone students transfer, and to the employers within the District. Working with the Academic Deans in planning, conducting, and evaluating instructional programs, the essential qualification of the Vice President is leadership.

Job Description Summary:
Under the direction of the President/Superintendent, the Vice President, Academic Affairs serves as the chief academic officer of the College and is responsible for educational policy and academic programs. This includes Program and Services Review and improvement, accreditation and self-evaluation, assessment of student learning and advancement of student success, academic personnel decisions, budget development, enrollment management, fiscal accountability, program and curriculum development, and the encouragement and improvement of teaching and learning


Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
The Vice President, Academic Affairs will have:

Knowledge and experience in Student Learning Outcome (SLO) design, development, implementation, and assessment;
Knowledge of computers and computer applications that support management systems and business office functions;
Knowledge and experience in curriculum development and innovation;
Knowledge of the State and Federal codes, statutes and regulations that govern California Community College instruction, student support, auxiliary, and other student learning programs, including those relevant to the role of the Faculty Senate in issues of participatory governance;
Knowledge and experience in accreditation, self-evaluation, and service on an accreditation evaluation team;
Ability to embrace the mission and values of the College and to focus on the good of the College as a whole.

Essential Duties:
ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
The Vice President, Academic Affairs:

Serves as assigned acting President/Superintendent in the absence of the President/Superintendent;
Provides strong, dynamic academic and administrative leadership, fosters a collegial environment which encourages scholarship, teaching, and learning excellence;
Possesses the vision to guide the Colleges academic programs into the future;
Understands and appreciates the mission of California Community Colleges and is able to relate it to all constituencies; aids in making decisions consistent with the mission and goals;
Advocates and promotes quality instruction, student success, integrated planning, and Student Learning Outcomes to meet the educational needs of students in a diverse community college environment;
Leads and supervises the work of the Executive Dean of Academic Affairs and the Academic Division Deans, assures oversight by the Deans for academic facilities;
Works with the instructional staff in the development of educational programs, including the maintenance of standards and the evaluation of faculty;
Plans, in coordination with other administrators and faculty, the schedule of classes to meet student needs;
Provides leadership and oversight for enrollment management strategies, initiatives and efficiencies;
Provides oversight of assessment of Student Learning Outcomes;
Serves as the college Accreditation Liaison Officer;
Works effectively with community groups, educational entities, business, industry, and government and legislative bodies to develop partnerships which result in improved service to students and to the community;
Provides innovative and successful academic leadership and vision in instruction and program development in basic skills, transfer, vocational developmental and non-traditional programs;
Provides guidance to, and receives recommendations from the Faculty Senate and other representative organizations regarding the planning, implementation and review of academic programs, services, activities and related matters;

Participates in the planning of new facilities for the purposes of instruction and student services;
Drive and support the college-wide effort to implement the Guided Pathways framework;
Supervises the Executive Dean of Academic Affairs in the development of community education, distance learning, and college initiatives;
Acts as the officer in the recruitment and selection of faculty, and to recommend to the President/Superintendent the employment of those selected;
Understands and promotes the role and use of technology in the instructional environment;
Reviews grant opportunities and supports applications for new grants; oversees implementation of grants within the Academic Affairs area;
Represents the District as the Chief Instructional Officer at state meetings and conferences, serves as District representative on committees, commissions, and other activities, makes presentations at meetings, workshops and events as assigned;
Participates in open sessions of the Board of Trustees and in closed sessions as needed;
Prepares, submits, and monitors the annual budget for areas of responsibilities;
Trains, supervises, evaluates, and directs the work of assigned personnel;
Completes other duties as assigned by the Superintendent/President.

Education and Experience:
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
The Vice President, Academic Affairs will possess:
A Masters degree from an accredited institution;
Five years of senior administrative level leadership and experience in higher education;

Three years teaching experience in higher education with a demonstrated student-centered philosophy of education;
Demonstrated commitment to academic quality and standards;
Demonstrated skill in respectful, sensitive communication with people who are diverse in their cultures, languages and abilities; and demonstrated sensitivity and ability to work with the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds of members of the College community, including those with disabilities.
Proven experience in and commitment to participatory governance with meaningful involvement of all constituent groups.

*If you believe your background is equivalent to the minimum qualifications, please provide an explanation on a separate page.

Preferred Qualifications:
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
The desired qualifications for this position are:
An earned doctorate from an accredited institution;
An understanding of the California Community College mission, its educational and financial issues, the laws and regulations of California, and the changing role of community colleges;
Demonstrated experience with strategic planning, strong fiscal management linking resource allocation to planning and priorities (including data-driven decision-making) and leading the ongoing efforts of the College to meet accreditation standards;
Demonstrated record of fiscal responsibility and accountability utilizing enrollment management in schedule planning;
Demonstrated advocacy for and addressing the needs of underprepared students;
Background of supporting efforts in environmental sustainability;
Demonstrated experience in academic and Career Education (CE) programs and services;
Demonstrated support for faculty and staff development;
Demonstrated ability to work effectively and cooperatively with diverse constituents within a participatory governance environment;
Demonstrated support for and encouragement of faculty and student scholarship;
Experience in a union environment.

Salary Range:
$160,477 - $204,817 per year

Posting Detail Information:
Posting Number:

Number of Vacancies: 1

Desired Start Date:

Position End Date (if temporary):

Close Date: 3/22/2018

Open Until Filled: No

Foreign Transcripts: Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from a certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached with the application and submitted by the filing deadline.

Benefits Statement:
Ohlone offers a competitive benefits package. Employee pays for health benefits from salary. Below is a list of some of our offerings:

1. Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, EAP and LTD
2. Membership in Public Employees Retirement System Candidates hired on or after January 1, 2013 are subject to restrictions imposed by PEPRA)
3. Contribution to O.A.S.D.I. (Social Security)
4. Paid vacation
5. Paid sick leave
6. Paid holidays and district-paid floating personal days
7. Longevity pay step increase based on your years of service
8. IRS Section 125 Flexible Medical Spending Plan
9. 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan (employee contributes)
10. 403(b) Tax Shelter Annuity Plan (employee contributes)

*Benefits will be prorated for positions less than 100%

Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986:
Applicants selected for positions will be required to provide identification and employment eligibility as outlined in the federal Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986.

District Statement:
A multi-campus single community college district, Ohlone College is located in the southern portion of the San Francisco Bay in California; serving 12,000 students per year. The District has a main campus in the City of Fremont and a newly constructed campus in the City of Newark. Ohlone College is an ethnically diverse institution that promotes innovation and continuous improvement in departments and divisions. The College is named for the native population living in the area when Mission San Jose was founded. The Fremont campus is located just south of the historical Mission. The Newark Campus is located near Interstate 880 and emphasizes programs in health, environment, and technology.

EEO Statement Summary:
Ohlone College does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability, or disabled veteran status in providing educational services and programs, or in the employment process, pursuant to Federal and State statutes and regulations pertaining to unlawful discrimination.

Conditions of Employment:
Offers of employment are contingent upon Governing Board approval. Employment with Ohlone Community College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements. All new employees are required to submit official transcripts and proof of freedom from tuberculosis. In addition you will be required to provide identification and employment eligibility as outlined in the federal Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986. Pre-employment tests and/or medical examinations may be required. Ohlone Community College does not sponsor H1B visas. Employees must sign the Oath or Affirmation of Allegiance and submit fingerprints for CA Department of Justice clearance.

To apply, visit: https://employment.ohlone.edu


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15Director of Library Technology a
Location: Fresno, CA 93740
Classified Job Title: Director of Library Technology and Collection Management
Job ID: 13440
Full/ Part Time: Full Time
Job Code: 3312
Department: Library Services
To apply, please visit: https://wsx.fresnostate.edu/x/?k=hrjov1&v=13440

Overview:
As the center of campus intellectual discovery, the Henry Madden Library at Fresno State promotes teaching, learning, research, and scholarly communication at the University by integrating the Library with campus student success programs and instruction. One of 23 libraries in the California State University System, the Library holds over 1.2 million volumes, comprising print and electronic monographs and serials, and is a Federal Document Depository. The Library's mission is to inspire excellence in teaching, learning, and scholarly activities.

Position Summary:

The Director of Technology Services and Collection Management reports to the Dean of Library Services and serves as a member of the library's senior leadership team which plans library-wide services, facilitates operations, and resolves issues. The Director is primarily responsible for developing strategic directions for managing access to physical and virtual collections and digital services and isresponsible for overseeing all aspects of theTechnology Services and Collection ManagementDivision including materials in all formats, electronic resources management, collection development and collections budget management, and cataloging in all formats.The Director also leads this division in meeting library and digital scholarship needs and ensuring the continued implementation of technologies that serve teaching and research at Fresno State. The Director also overseesand provides infrastructure supportto promote the Fresno State Digital Repository (FSDR) as an integrated tool in scholarly communication and research throughout the University.

As a leader, the Director will foster an environment where strategic and well-informed risk taking is encouraged. As a member of the Library Leadership Team, this person is responsible for library-wide planning and policy making. The incumbent works with other library leaders to shape strategic directions for the Henry Madden Library.

Qualifications:

EDUCATION

Master of Library Science (MLS) or equivalent from an American Library Association accredited program or international equivalent.

EXPERIENCE


* Five (5) years or more of substantial Technical Services/Collections/IT management experience in an academic or research library.
* Five (5) years of progressively responsible management and supervisory experience.
* Experience with successfully developing, managing, and completing large complex projects in a library or similar environment.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES


* Ability to oversee technical services, institutional repository, systems experts, and collections management processes in the full range of subjects at Fresno State.
* Professional experience that includes the management of resources and personnel in an academic or research library setting.
* Commitment to representing the library and participating in the development of California State University (CSU) policies and maintenance of the new consortia and local system.
* Demonstrated ability to conduct critical analysis and apply knowledge about: scholarly research and communications; information technologies; and information discovery systems.
* Understanding of digital library preservation and curation concepts, policies, and best practices.
* With colleagues, monitor current standards and explore emerging technologies to more effectively support the organization of and access to library resources.
* Knowledge of budget planning and forecasting and demonstrated ability to prepare and manage annual reports, budgetsand planning.
* Demonstrated understanding of scholarly communications issues and new models that are shaping the future of academic publishing.
* Substantial and successful working experience and demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of cataloging standards, tools, and resources (MARC21, RDA, AACR2, FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) conceptual model,Library of Congress - Program for Cooperative Cataloging Policy Statements (LC-PCC-PSs), Bibframe, Linked Data,Library of Congress Classification System, ClassWeb, Library of Congress Subject Headings, Cataloger's Desktop, and MARC Edit.)
* Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in working with other (non-MARC) metadata schema (e.g., Dublin Core, EAD, TEI, MODS, and METS.)
* Demonstrated knowledge of authority control and its role in current (MARC21) library catalogs and institutional repositories with vision of its future role with the Linked Data environment of the Semantic Web.
* Demonstrated successful experience of managing workflow of at least one area of Technical Services, such as acquisitions, monographic cataloging or serials cataloging, or electronic resources management.
* Ability to coordinate projects for non-MARC metadata from our digital collections and establish and document relevant policies and procedures to ensure efficient workflows for all library content.
* Knowledge of current issues and trends in collection strategies, collection management, copyright, and preservation facing academic and research libraries.
* Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written).
* Strong decision-making skills and the ability to work under pressure.
* Proven expertise with current technologies, platforms, and products that support library information technology.
* Commitment to fostering a diverse workplace, building a diverse workforce, and supporting staff professional development at all levels.
Preferred Qualifications

* Successful experience supervising librarians.
*


* Experience leading initiatives in resource description at a library-wide, system-wide, or regional level.
* Experience preparing statistics and reports to help administrators and groups make data-informed decisions.


* Significant experience working in or having a management role in acquisitions and/or cataloging.
* Experience working with electronic resources management systems (ERMS)
* Successful experience in assessment and evaluation of research libraries' collections
* Experience assessing and negotiating licenses for online resources.
* Experience working with general and specialized vendors, publishers, and approval plans.
* Experience working in a collective bargaining environment.
* Experience working with Alma.



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16Section Chair Restorative Denti
Location: Los Angeles, CA 90024
Classified Section Chair - Restorative Dentistry

The University of California Los Angeles, School of Dentistry invites qualified applications for the chair position in the Section of Restorative Dentistry.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a full-time position to lead a vibrant and well-established section. The position will be a tenured/ tenure-track position. The Section of Restorative Dentistry plays an integral role in the delivery of comprehensive patient care, practice management and dental education at the predoctoral and postdoctoral levels. The Section coordinates the core preclinical and clinical courses pertinent to the restoration of form, function and esthetics of teeth, ranging from direct and indirect restorations, morphology and occlusion to esthetic dentistry. In addition, the Section offers advanced training programs in General Dentistry (AEGD), Advanced Esthetic & Restorative Dentistry. Along with other advanced clinical training program in the section, there is ample opportunity for professional growth and development.

The Chair, as the leader of the unit, promotes quality and interdisciplinary instruction and mentoring, fosters basic and clinical research productivity that positively impacts the School and beyond; and applies expertise in innovative ways that benefits collaborators across campus, the community and the discipline.

The responsibilities of the Chair include accomplishing the priorities set by the Dean and the school based on the strategic plan. The Chair has responsibility for the overall administration and leadership of the academic section, including planning and goal setting, financial stewardship, personnel management and development, oversight of postdoctoral and DDS educational programs, and support of school and university service missions.

The successful candidate will possess a DDS/DMD, or equivalent doctoral degree by the date of hire, and have an outstanding record of accomplishment in the field of dentistry and an understanding of key aspects of dental education. Individuals should have established excellence in clinical dentistry and have demonstrated administrative effectiveness; an international reputation of scholarship and teaching effectiveness; an ability to interact effectively with faculty members, administrators and students; and a commitment to diversity in higher education. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. The candidate should be eligible for licensure in California.

Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, statement of interests and goals, and names of three references to Steven Shaevel, Academic Personnel Director, via UCLA Recruit:
https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF03508

The position of Chair, Section of Restorative Dentistry is also open to applicants for a non-tenured position. To apply for the non-tenured position, apply via UCLA Recruit:
https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/apply/JPF03467

The University of California seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives and ways of knowing and learning.

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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17Director, LGBT Resource Center
Location: Los Angeles, CA 90024
Classified About the LGBT Resource Center
For over 20 years, the Center has worked to improve campus climate for the entire UCLA LGBTQ community and to provide affirming campus environments for students to explore their sexual and gender identities. The Center supports the need for a space for LGBTQ students, staff, and faculty to flourish; additionally, this support confirms the institutional commitment to providing advancements in LGBTQ policy change (i.e. integration of preferred name into university databases and ID cards, creation of gender inclusive restrooms on campus, and advancement of UC system-wide LGBTQ data collection via new student applications).

Mission
The UCLA Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center (the Center) is the crossroads of the LGBTQ community at UCLA, providing a comprehensive range of education and advocacy services supporting intersectional identity development. We foster unity, wellness, and an open, safe and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, transgender, queer, asexual, questioning, and same-gender-loving students, faculty, staff, alumni, their families, and the entire campus community.

Reporting Relationship and Position Concept
The LGBT Campus Resource Center Director assumes direct responsibility for the LGBT Resource Center, and serves a vital, pivotal role in the administration of the Center and the development of the Center's programs, policies, and practices. The Director oversees daily operations including web site and supervision of full-time and student staff, develops and promotes the LGBT Center's events and activities, advises students and student groups, and provides support, education, and advocacy on the UCLA campus regarding sexual orientation and gender identity issues. The Director maintains and updates community relations resources, and develops and implements strategies to educate current and prospective students, faculty, and staff about the lives, culture, and concerns of LGBT people at UCLA.

Under the general direction of the Dean for Students, the Director acts with a high degree of autonomy. The Director trains, and provides day-to-day supervision of staff, students, interns, and volunteers.

Supervision
The Center's professional staff consists of a Director, Assistant Director, Program Coordinator, and Operations Coordinator. The Center also employs 14 undergraduate and graduate student interns and an additional 17 student volunteers to staff the Center. These student employees have individual job responsibilities and attend weekly student staff meetings designed to enhance areas of leadership and professional development. Through working at the Center, all student employees gain proficiency in office skills and conflict resolution. Some of the internship-specific competencies that interns learn include social media, group facilitation, program planning, and facilities management skills.

Budget
The Center has a budget of approximately $500,000 from three main fund sources (student services fees, state general funds, and donor funds).

Application Instructions
Applicants must submit their qualifications via UCLA's Career Opportunities website at https://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu Reference position #27313
Direct URL Link: https://ucla.in/2GEbzHy

Benefits
UCLA offers a comprehensive benefits package, including an average of three weeks' vacation per year; an average of 12 days per year sick leave; 12 paid holidays per year; health, dental and optical benefits; life insurance; disability insurance; the University of California Retirement Plan with 5 year vesting and various voluntary UC Savings Plans. There are also special programs and privileges available, such as accessibility to cultural and recreational programs, athletic events, and the University Credit Union.

The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy - http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct


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18Associate Director of Sustainabi
Location: Oakland, CA 94607
Classified Associate Director of Sustainability (hospitals/labs/zero waste/procurement)

University of California Office of the President

Requisition Number: 20180029

Appointment Type: Staff - Career

Personnel Program: MSP

Work Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm

Percentage of Time: 100

Organizational Area: Chief Operating Officer - Energy & Sustainability

Location: Oakland, CA

Posting Salary: Grade 24--$75,600 to $115,000 (Minimum to Midpoint)

Position Summary:
Under minimal general direction of the Director of Sustainability, the Associate Director for Sustainability is responsible for overall management of major elements of the system-wide sustainability program, including the development and implementation of actions plans for zero waste, sustainable water systems, environmentally preferable procurement, greening research laboratory operations, and greening UC's medical centers. The incumbent is also responsible for managing select programs and projects in support of the Carbon Neutrality Initiative, especially those related to medical centers and to procurement. These assignments are expected to evolve as the sustainability program grows and develops. Sustainability by its nature cuts across divisions, departments, and disciplines. Management responsibilities are complex and variable depending on the topic and assignment and will range from having sole responsibility, to being the managing team leader, to being key support for departmental and division leadership.

The Associate Director for Sustainability develops and implements system-wide strategies to achieve the University of California's system-wide sustainability goals in collaboration with other UC Office of the President (UCOP) staff and campus stakeholders. Working with system-wide working groups focused on implementing UC sustainability goals, the incumbent develops business cases for programs, conducts financial analysis, collaboratively coordinates strategic planning efforts, develops and implements system-wide financing and grant programs, and develops strategic partnerships with private, public, and nonprofit stakeholders.

The Associate Director for Sustainability monitors and analyzes sustainability-related state and federal legislation and regulations in the areas of waste, water, procurement, and healthcare facility requirements in particular. The incumbent leads efforts to establish, update, and implement University policy in these areas. The incumbent also creates and monitors sustainability performance metrics.

The Associate Director for Sustainability must have knowledge and experience in all aspects of sustainability, especially in carbon neutrality, zero waste, water conservation, sustainable procurement, and greening healthcare facilities, in order to act as a resource to UC's campuses, medical centers, and national laboratories. The incumbent must develop and maintain a working knowledge of the ratings, rankings and certifications that underpin the requirements in the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices, and must keep current on sustainability trends, issues, and best practices. The Associate Director for Sustainability conducts independent research, analysis, coordination, and reporting on a wide variety of issues relating to sustainability, and prepares and presents reports to campus leadership, UCOP leadership, and other groups as required on evolving issues and guidelines in UC sustainability initiatives. The incumbent serves as a liaison with administrators and staff at UCOP, the campuses, medical centers, national laboratories, and governmental agencies. The position also connects campus sustainability efforts to the educational and research mission of the University.

Special Conditions of Employment:
Travel
Travel outside of normal business hours

Other Special Conditions of Employment:
Successful completion of a background check is required for this critical position.

Job Close Date: 2-23-2018

Duties

Duty 10: Provides expertise and strategic guidance to support campuses in their development of action plans for areas including zero waste, sustainable water systems, environmentally preferable procurement, greening research laboratory operations, and greening UC's medical centers.

In coordination with campus stakeholders, develops and implements strategic actions plans for systemwide activities that enable campuses to achieve goals for zero waste, sustainable water systems, environmentally preferable procurement, greening research laboratory operations, and greening UC's medical centers.

Manages select programs and projects in support of the Carbon Neutrality Initiative, especially those related to medical centers and to procurement initiatives.

Identifies, develops, and facilitates implementation of complex system-wide initiatives and projects.

Working with system-wide working groups and other stakeholders, conducts financial analysis and develops business cases for programs.

Develops and implements system-wide financing and grant programs.

Leads development of applications for systemwide sustainability-related grants and advises individual campuses on sustainability-related grant applications.
Function:Program Management
Percent: 60

Duty 20: Acts as a subject matter expert and resource to support UC Policy on Sustainable Practices and other new sustainability initiatives as they are developed.

Keeps current on sustainability trends, issues, and best practices.
Provides strategic leadership and support for select sustainability working groups.

Creates and monitors sustainability performance metrics.
Maintains a working knowledge of the ratings, certifications, and
regulations that underpin guidelines in the UC Policy on sustainable Practices, including:
- Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System
- Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council rating system
- Zero Waste Facility Certification
- Healthy Hospitals Initiative
- The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating systems
Function:Policy Implementation
Percent: 30

Duty 30: Represents the UC system at conferences and presentations regarding efforts and achievements in sustainability.

Develops strategic partnerships with private, public, and nonprofit
stakeholders to support sustainability initiatives.

Prepares and presents training sessions and workshops for UC campus staff on sustainability topics.

Develops and maintains professional relationships with campus and OP stakeholders.

Connects campus sustainability efforts to the educational and research mission of the University.
Function:Outreach and Partnerships
Percent: 10

Job Requirements
Master's degree in business administration or sustainability management, or a closely related field.

Minimum of 10 years of experience and demonstrated knowledge in the area of environmental sustainability management and policy, specifically in the areas of climate action, water management, zero waste, sustainable procurement, and greening healthcare facilities.

Demonstrated experience starting new sustainability initiatives.

Demonstrated experience in developing business cases for sustainability programs.

An understanding of organizational behavior and cultural transformation.

Change management skills and experience.

Leadership Skills: Proven ability to foster collaborations across diverse constituencies in a large organization and inspire confidence and motivate groups to collectively meet common objectives. Strong experience in participatory leadership.

Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and represent the University at all levels of the organization, systemwide, and to external organizations.

Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain working relationships at all levels of the organization, across campuses and with external institutions and agencies.

Superior communication skills - written, verbal and interpersonal.

Demonstrated program and project management skills.

Excellent leadership and facilitation skills.

Ability to prioritize workload, and identify resources to perform the responsibilities of this position.

Demonstrated knowledge of general sustainability concepts and best practices, especially including zero waste, water management, sustainable procurement, greening healthcare facilities, greenhouse gas emissions reporting protocols, all LEED rating systems, etc.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, database programs and management.
Required

Related experience in higher education.

Related experience in healthcare organizations.

LEED accredited professional.

International Society of Sustainability Professionals - Certified Sustainability Professional.
Preferred

How to Apply
For complete job description and application instructions, visit: https://jobs.ucop.edu

About us
The University of California, one of the largest and most acclaimed institutions of higher learning in the world, is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and public service. The University of California Office of the President is the corporate headquarters to the ten campuses, five medical centers and three Department of Energy National Labs and enrolls premier students from California, the nation and the world.

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, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status.


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19Associate Director of Sustainabi
Location: Oakland, CA 94607
Classified Associate Director of Sustainability (green building/climate action/transportation)

University of California Office of the President

Requisition Number: 20180030

Appointment Type: Staff - Career

Personnel Program: MSP

Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm

Percentage of Time: 100

Organizational Area: Chief Operating Officer - Energy & Sustainability

Location: Oakland, CA

Posting Salary: Grade 24--$75,600 to $115,000 (Minimum to Midpoint)

Position Summary:
Under minimal general direction of the Director of Sustainability, the Associate Director for Sustainability is responsible for overall management of major elements of the system-wide sustainability program, including the development and implementation of actions plans for climate change, green building, sustainable transportation, and student engagement. The incumbent is also responsible for managing select programs and projects in support of the Carbon Neutrality Initiative, especially those related to climate action planning, green building, sustainable transportation, and student engagement. These assignments are expected to evolve as the sustainability program grows and develops. Sustainability by its nature cuts across divisions, departments, and disciplines. Management responsibilities are complex and variable depending on the topic and assignment and will range from having sole responsibility, to being the managing team leader, to being key support for departmental and division leadership.

The Associate Director for Sustainability develops and implements system-wide strategies to achieve the University of California's system-wide sustainability goals in collaboration with other UC Office of the President (UCOP) staff and campus stakeholders. Working with the growing network of campus sustainability officers and with system-wide working groups focused on implementing UC sustainability goals, the incumbent develops business cases for programs, conducts financial analysis, collaboratively coordinates strategic planning efforts, develops and implements system-wide financing and grant programs, and develops strategic partnerships with private, public, and nonprofit stakeholders.

The Associate Director for Sustainability monitors and analyzes sustainability-related state and federal legislation and regulations in the areas of climate change, green building, and sustainable transportation requirements in particular. The incumbent leads efforts to establish, update, and implement University policy in these areas. The incumbent also creates and monitors sustainability performance metrics.

The Associate Director for Sustainability must have knowledge and experience in all aspects of sustainability, especially in carbon neutrality, green building, sustainable transportation, and student engagement, in order to act as a resource to UC's campuses, medical centers, and national laboratories. The incumbent must develop and maintain a working knowledge of the ratings, rankings and certifications that underpin the requirements in the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices, and must keep current on sustainability trends, issues, and best practices. The Associate Director for Sustainability conducts independent research, analysis, coordination, and reporting on a wide variety of issues relating to sustainability, and prepares and presents reports to campus leadership, UCOP leadership, and other groups as required on evolving issues and guidelines in UC sustainability initiatives. The incumbent serves as a liaison with administrators and staff at UCOP, the campuses, medical centers, national laboratories, and governmental agencies. The position also connects campus sustainability efforts to the educational and research mission of the University.

Special Conditions of Employment:
Travel
Travel outside of normal business hours

Other Special Conditions of Employment:
Successful completion of background check is required for this critical position.

Occasionally may need to work in excess of a standard work schedule.

Job Close Date: 2-23-2018

Duties

Duty 1: Provides expertise and strategic guidance to support campuses in their development of action plans for areas including climate change, green building, sustainable transportation, and student engagement.

In coordination with campus stakeholders, develops and implements strategic actions plans for systemwide activities that enable campuses to achieve goals for green building, sustainable transportation, and student engagement.

Manages select programs and projects in support of the Carbon Neutrality Initiative, especially those related to climate action planning, green building, sustainable transportation, and student engagement.

Identifies, develops, and facilitates implementation of complex system-wide initiatives and projects.

Working with system-wide working groups and other stakeholders, conducts financial analysis and develops business cases for programs.

Develops and implements system-wide financing and grant programs.
Function:Program Management
Percent: 60

Duty 2: Acts as a subject matter expert and resource to support the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices and other new sustainability initiatives as they are developed.

Keeps current on sustainability trends, issues, and best practices.

Provides strategic leadership and support for select sustainability working groups.

Creates and monitors sustainability performance metrics.

Maintains a working knowledge of the ratings, certifications, and regulations
that underpin guidelines in the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices, including:
- The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating systems
- The Climate Registry's reporting protocol
- Presidents' Climate Leadership Commitment reporting requirements
- Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System
- Bicycle Friendly Universities
Function:Policy Implementation
Percent: 30

Duty 3: Represents the UC system at conferences and presentations regarding efforts and achievements in sustainability.

Develops strategic partnerships with private, public, and nonprofit stakeholders to support sustainability initiatives.

Prepares and presents training sessions and workshops for UC campus staff on sustainability topics.
Develops and maintains professional relationships with campus and OP stakeholders.

Connects campus sustainability efforts to the educational and research mission of the University.
Function:Outreach and Partnerships
Percent: 10

Job Requirements
Master's degree in business administration or sustainability management, or a closely related field.

Minimum of 10 years of experience and demonstrated knowledge in the area of environmental sustainability management and policy, specifically in the areas of climate action, water management, zero waste, sustainable procurement, and greening healthcare facilities.

Demonstrated experience starting new sustainability initiatives.

Demonstrated experience in developing business cases for sustainability programs.

An understanding of organizational behavior and cultural transformation.

Change management skills and experience.

Leadership Skills: Proven ability to foster collaborations across diverse constituencies in a large organization and inspire confidence and motivate groups to collectively meet common objectives. Strong experience in participatory leadership.

Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and represent the University at all levels of the organization, system-wide, and to external organizations.

Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain working relationships at all levels of the organization, across campuses and with external institutions and agencies.

Superior communication skills - written, verbal and interpersonal.

Demonstrated program and project management skills.

Excellent leadership and facilitation skills.

Ability to prioritize workload, and identify resources to perform the responsibilities of this position.

Demonstrated knowledge of general sustainability concepts and best practices, especially including greenhouse gas emissions reporting protocols, all LEED rating systems, climate action planning, green building, sustainable transportation, student engagement, etc.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, database programs and management.
Required

Related experience in higher education.

LEED accredited professional.
Preferred

How to Apply
For complete job description and application instructions, visit: https://jobs.ucop.edu

About us
The University of California, one of the largest and most acclaimed institutions of higher learning in the world, is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and public service. The University of California Office of the President is the corporate headquarters to the ten campuses, five medical centers and three Department of Energy National Labs and enrolls premier students from California, the nation and the world.

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, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status.


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Location: Oakland, CA 94619
Classified FULL-TIME TERM FACULTY POSITION -Mathematics

Holy Names University invites applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty position in the Division of Math & Science to begin Fall Semester 2018. Teaching responsibilities for this position include college level and developmental math, including Probability and Statistics (Math 60), Calculus I and II, (Math 11 and 12), Mathematical Reasoning (Math 7), Pre-calculus (Math 1) and Algebra 1 and 2 (Math A and C). As a member of the Holy Names University faculty, the successful candidate is expected to teach assigned courses in accordance with relevant academic policies; to participate in faculty governance and outreach; to serve on Departmental and University-wide committees; and to engage in scholarship resulting in the production, reorganization, refinement,dissemination or creation of works that advance knowledge in one's field. Administrative tasks such as curriculum development and program assessment may also be assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS
Ph.D. in Mathematics, Mathematics Education or a related field, by time of appointment; Preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching Math and Developmental Math. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated aptitude and passion for teaching developmental courses and engaging a diverse population with student-centered,inquiry-based curricula and other innovative pedagogy.

UNIVERSITY DESCRIPTION
Holy Names University, a Catholic liberal arts coeducational University, emphasizes excellent teaching within small class settings to a diverse student body. Located on 60 wooded acres in the Oakland hills overlooking San Francisco Bay, the site provides ready access to the cultural, business, and educational resources of the San Francisco Bay Area.

APPLICATION PROCESS
Review of applicants will begin February 15th, however, applications will be considered until the position is filled. To apply, submit an application letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, official transcripts of all academic work, and 3 letters of reference with the Holy Names University faculty application to:
hr@hnu.edu

Please note that at least one reference letter must come from a faculty member who has observed and is very familiar with the candidate's teaching.


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