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1WAREHOUSE
Classified WAREHOUSE



POSITION



Full
and Part-Time


Second
shift, possible Saturdays. Pallet Jack, Forklift & RF gun
experience req'd.


Slip
machine & railcar receiving experience helpful. Must be neat,
organized, detail oriented, able to work independently and with a
team in a faced paced setting.


Must
be able to lift 40 lbs. Respectively. Competitive pay &
benefits. Pre-employment physical required.


~

Email
resume


mcasey@Miltons

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Published on: 03/10/2020
Published in: The Sun Chronicle
 
2ROOFERS: EXP'D To wor
Classified ROOFERS:
EXP'D

To
work on all types of roof systems. Apply in person: 436 Whittenton
St., Taunton, MA btwn. 8am-3 pm M-F, or call # ~~ 508-823-9956 ~~  Read More
Published on: 03/11/2020
Published in: The Sun Chronicle
 
3Sports Cards
Classified Sports
Cards


Internet
Business

Seeking
driven, organized long term candidate to join our team to perform
data entry, limited warehouse work & various duties in a fast
paced office environment. FT, M-F, 9-5; $16-$17/hr. 401K, Medical.
Email resume to

nicole@4sharpcorners.comJust
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Published on: 03/11/2020
Published in: The Sun Chronicle
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4PT LAUNDRY
Classified PT
LAUNDRY

HELP



Sun.
2-9, Mon 5-9, Fri 1-9, Add'l. Hours avail. Must be able to
multi-task & have good people skills.


Will
work alone.

Starts
$12/hr.

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Published on: 03/12/2020
Published in: The Sun Chronicle
 
5RESIDENTIAL
Classified RESIDENTIAL

SUBSTANCE

USE
TREATMENT PROGRAM




Residential
Substance use facility seeking

2
Full-Time


Counselors

1
Full-Time


Day
position

1
Full-Time


position

(Requires
more flexibility with hours,


including
some evenings)




Experience
with substance abuse and/or mental health clients is required.
Full-time duties include individual and group counseling, client
supervision, case management. Minority candidates are strongly
encouraged to apply.




LADC,
CADAC, experience preferred; B.A. required.





AA/EOE
Employer


Non-smoking
incentives




Please
send


resumes
to:





North
Cottage


Program
Inc.

69
East Main Street

Norton,
MA 02766

E-Mail
resume to:

lisajo@

northcottage.com




Fax
resume to:


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Published on: 03/13/2020
Published in: The Sun Chronicle
 
6Deputy Chancellor
Classified THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Invites Applications & Nominations for Deputy Chancellor

THE POSITION
As higher education professionals and advocates, community colleges play a significant role in transforming the lives of students. Our community colleges provide the most affordable, accessible, and high-quality higher education and workforce training available in the country.

Our district is searching for a Deputy Chancellor with a passion to lead and serve students who reflect the rich tapestry, history and future of the Los Angeles region. We know first-hand that what we do as community college educators is transformative, and that education provides the best opportunity for the social and economic mobility of students and, in turn, our communities - an impact that lasts for generations.

The Deputy Chancellor reports to Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez and is the senior academic administrator who serves as the Chancellor's lead executive responsible for the day-to-day operations of the District. In the absence of the Chancellor, the Deputy Chancellor serves as Acting Chancellor.

The candidate must have strong administrative and enrollment management experience.
The successful candidate will have strong grounding in academic and student services programs and a thorough understanding of the primary mission of the community college, which includes transfer and career and technical education, workforce development, as well as basic skills preparation, adult education and community service programs.

The candidate must be an astute and experienced administrator with a demonstrated expertise in the complexities of higher education that impact community college finances and operations, including collective bargaining, federal and state programs, and grants administration, philanthropy and fundraising, and legislation.

The following units currently report to the Deputy Chancellor: Educational Programs and Institutional Effectiveness; Workforce and Resource Development; Communications and External Relations; Internal Audit; District Safety and Emergency Services; and serves as the lead administrator to the Community College Bureau of the County of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
At least five years of successful full-time experience as an administrator (college president, CEO or equivalent) in accredited institutions of higher education.
Experience working with complex budgets; shared governance, collective bargaining environments.
Teaching experience is desirable and excellent communication skills are essential.
Experience working with populations (faculty, staff, students, and community) of diverse ethnic, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
A results-oriented collaborator, who promotes a culture of inquiry, innovation and evidence, and aligns plans and implementation efforts to measurable objectives.
Experience in California public higher education, including knowledge of State and federal governance and the political process, and knowledge of accreditation standards.
Earned doctorate from an accredited institution.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
A Master's degree or advanced degree of at least equivalent standard from an accredited college or university.
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.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITY:
To be successful in the position, the Deputy Chancellor must have:

1. Knowledge, experience and full understanding of the higher education landscape, the role of an urban community college and the dynamics within the multi-cultural communities it serves.

2. A commitment to and relevant experience in advancing diversity, equity and inclusion policies, practices and programs.

3. Knowledge and experience in developing, implementing and maintaining effective business and administrative systems in an institution of higher education, including: budget development and administration; employment and personnel services; computing, communications and information management; technology, and facilities and property management.

4. Knowledge and experience in developing and implementing effective enrollment management plans, preferably in a multi-college environment.

5. Experience in academic management, college finance and personnel, including enrollment management, preferably at the level of college president, senior executive or equivalent.

6. Knowledge of applicable business and financial policies, regulations and practices at the community colleges, California Community Colleges.

7. Knowledge of applicable laws, rules and regulations governing the California Community Colleges, as well as educational policy issues facing the community colleges such as Guided Pathways, Dual Enrollment, Baccalaureate degrees, the new Student-Centered Funding Formula and AB 705 implementation.

8. Influence and resourcefulness to pave the way for ongoing student access and success by forging partnerships with outside entities, including K-12 school districts, four-year colleges, community-based organizations, and employers. These partnerships will focus on helping large numbers of students, including those from historically underserved and low-income populations.

9. Demonstrated ability to: analyze and, where necessary, improve the internal procedures and flow of work within the administrative units of a district; coordinate the development of appropriate documentation regarding district business practices and procedures; develop and implement effective communication practices and protocols.

10. Demonstrated skill as a supervisor, including the ability to set goals. Exercise good team building and coaching skills as a supervisor; identify the knowledge and skills needed by the staff to be successful, and provide for on-going training and development.

11. Demonstrated skill as an effective writer and speaker.

Salary
The annual salary will be negotiated at the time of the offer of employment. 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.

Timeline
To be considered in the first reading, applications must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, 2020. The position is open and late applications may be accepted until the position is filled.

Filing an Application
To be considered for this position, applicants are required to complete 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/search.aspx?site=6&c=laccd

All applicants must submit the following:
1. A completed LACCD application.
2. A letter of interest of no more than 5 (five) pages addressing how your skills, education and experiences have prepared you to successfully meet the responsibilities of this position.
3. A current curriculum vitae/resume of professional experience, educational background and other pertinent information.
4. The names of eight (8) professional references with business and home telephone numbers, including two supervisors, two subordinates (including one support staff member), two faculty, and two community members.
5. Copies of transcript(s) (official transcripts will be required if selected for an interview). Documentation from an approved foreign transcript evaluator is required for degrees received from other countries. For a list of approved foreign transcript evaluation agencies, please go to the Commission on Teacher Credentialing: http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl635.pdf

Official transcripts will be required if selected for an interview.

Employment is contingent upon verification of qualifications. LACCD reserves the right to modify and/or withdraw this position at any time.


All confidential inquiries and/or nominations should be directed to:
Dr. Mercedes C. Gutiérrez
GUTIERMC4@EMAIL.LACCD.EDU
(213) 891-2227

ADA Notice
Applicants and nominees who believe they are covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) who require accommodation during any part of the interview or selection process must submit a written request with documentation at least three business days prior to the date of need of the accommodation.

EEO Non-Discrimination Notice
It is the Los Angeles Community District's policy to ensure that all qualified applicants for employment and employees have full and equal access to employment opportunity and are not subjected to discrimination in any program or activity of the District on the basis of actual or perceived ethnic group identification, race, color, naturalization, ancestry, religion, creed, sex (including gender-based sexual harassment), gender identity and expression, pregnancy, marital status, cancer-related medical condition of any employee, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, or veteran status.

The Board of Trustees commits the District to vigorous EEO in all aspects of its academic and classified employment programs, including recruitment, selection, assignment, retention, promotion, and transfer. The District strives to achieve a workforce that reflects the diversity of the state's population and is welcoming to all persons from all other groups protected from discrimination to ensure the District provides an inclusive educational environment. Such an environment fosters cooperation, acceptance, democracy and free expression of ideas.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Andra Hoffman, President
Steven F. Veres, 1st Vice President
Dr. Gabriel Buelna, 2nd Vice President
Mike Fong
Ernest H. Moreno
Scott J. Svonkin
David Vela
Alfredo Gama Salmeron, Student Trustee

DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION
Francisco C. Rodriguez, Ph.D., Chancellor
Melinda A. Nish, Ed.D., Interim Deputy Chancellor
Ryan M. Cornner, Ed.D., Vice Chancellor, Educational Programs and Institutional Effectiveness
Laurence B. Frank, J.D., Interim Vice Chancellor, Workforce and Resource Development
Carmen V. Lidz, M.S., Vice Chancellor/Chief Information Officer
Albert J. Román, D.P.A., Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Jeffrey M. Prieto, J.D., General Counsel
Rueben C. Smith, D.C.Sc., Chief Facilities Executive

www.laccd.edu
An Equal Opportunity Employer


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7Director of Development for East
Classified Director of Development for Eastern US

The American University in Cairo seeks an experienced and ambitious major gifts fundraiser to help achieve a successful $100M Campaign and maintain the continued success of the University.

About The American University in Cairo
Founded in 1919, The American University in Cairo (AUC) is a leading English-language, American accredited institution of higher education and a center of intellectual, social and cultural life of the Arab world. Its community of 5,500 undergraduate and 970 graduate students, 38,000+ alumni, parents, faculty and staff, trustees, and other generous sponsors represent more than 60 countries. AUC stands as a crossroads for the world's cultures and a vibrant forum for reasoned argument, spirited debate and understanding across the diversity of languages, facilities and human experiences. Dedicated to excellence and upholding the principles of academic freedom, the University builds a culture of leadership, lifelong learning, and continuing education and service among its graduates. AUC is committed to making significant contributions to Egypt and the international community in diverse fields.

According to AUC's President Report for 2018-2019, AUC was ranked 395th in the 2020 QS World University Rankings, making it among the top 1.5% of universities worldwide. It offers 36 undergraduate, 44 master's and two PhD programs rooted in a liberal arts education that encourages students to think critically and find creative solutions to conflicts and challenges facing both the region and the world. The University also offers a globally recognized professional community-based education in English to meet the needs of the dynamic Egyptian and broader regional economies.

AUC's educational assets include the largest English-language academic library collection in Egypt, three modern theaters, and 15 cross-disciplinary research centers. The University's modern, 260-acre New Cairo campus constitutes a visionary investment in the future of Cairo, Egypt and the region -- a state-of-the-art facility for advanced research, innovative teaching, lifelong learning and civic engagement.

The University, in addition to Cornell University and MIT, was one of the 3 American universities selected to launch three Centers of Excellence in Egypt, partnering with public universities and promoting research, scholarships, and innovation in water, agriculture, and energy. The project is funded by the United States Agency for International Development and conducted in collaboration with Egypt's Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

Chartered and accredited in the United States and Egypt, AUC is an independent, not-for-profit, equal opportunity institution. AUC is led by President Francis J. Ricciardone, 12th President of the American University in Cairo, who began his term on July 1, 2016.

About Philanthropy at The American University in Cairo
The philanthropic capacity of United States' Eastern coast plays a significant role in AUC's commitment to furthering its reach as a global research university. In this context, AUC is seeking a Director of Development for Eastern US (DOD) to serve as AUC's leading frontline fundraiser in Eastern United States. The DOD will cultivate, solicit, and expand AUC's donor prospect portfolio in the Eastern United States, with the highest concentration of donors and priority area being the Tri-state area.

In 2019, about 76% of gifts to the University were made by Alumni and students, 20% were from Friends and Parents, and about 4% were from Foundations, Organizations, and Corporations. Of these contributions, about 76% were restricted funds, 22% were Endowed funds, and 2% went towards the AUC Fund.

Centennial Campaign: A New Century of Impact
AUC is currently in the midst of their Centennial Campaign, with the goal of raising $100 million. The campaign has raised over 85 percent of its target to date. As AUC kicked off its centennial year in 2019, the University reflected on its last 100 years as a global University and its major plans for their next century, which include:

Global Experience
Through the campaign, the University seeks to provide a global experience not only for Egyptian students, but for international students as well. The University recruits top international faculty who bring an array of experience and expertise that enrich the work of every member of the AUC community. It also creates opportunities for students to explore and understand the world through research, internships, service opportunities and studying abroad.

Centennial Scholarships
Continuing its legacy of being a beacon for talented students regardless of their background, AUC has created centennial scholarships, which will give the most deserving students access to an AUC education.

By creating centennial scholarships, the University ensures that students from all walks of life--refugees, international students, athletes, students from populations that are unrepresented in their field--are able to get the high-quality education they deserve. This brings more perspectives and voices to the campus community and allows the University to become a generator of innovative, collaborative solutions.

Creative Incubator
AUC will continue to serve as an incubator for arts and creativity through launching the Tahrir Cultural Center at the Tahrir Square campus, revitalizing the University's role as the fountainhead of cultural activity in Cairo's Khedivial-era downtown. Both the Tahrir Square and the New Cairo campus will continue to host debates and performances, workshops and exhibits, public lectures and community programs.

Creating a Vision for Tomorrow
Embracing new initiatives, the centennial campaign will launch El Mostakbal, The Middle East Looking Forward initiative -- a three-year project to examine the paramount socioeconomic, political and security issues in the Arab world and the Middle East region. Through this initiative, the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy will lead a research and policy program that includes a multi-track series of workshops, conferences and publications that assess the challenges and opportunities facing the Arab world and offer concrete policy recommendations that touch every aspect of life in our region.

The Power of Giving
With the introduction of the centennial campaign, AUC aims to foster a stronger culture of philanthropy among the AUC community with the goal of increasing participation. This can be achieved through the AUC Fund and the Give 100 campaign, giving the AUC community the opportunity to give 100 units of their country's currency to the AUC Fund. All proceeds will count toward the campaign total and will support scholarships for students with financial need. Gifts to AUC can support a number of areas including: Named Spaces Opportunities, Scholarships, Fellowships, Professorship, Research, Awards, Faculty and Staff Development Funds, Diplomas and Certificates and Distinguished Visiting Professors.

About the Position
The Director of Development for Eastern US (DOD) will be based in AUC's Manhattan office and report to Vice President, Bruce Flessner. The DOD will focus efforts on the Eastern Coast of the United States, an area which holds significant funding potential. S/he will solicit major gifts across the Eastern US, in the context of helping to complete the Centennial Campaign, and beyond. S/he will manage an initial portfolio of approximately 150 major donors and major donor prospects in the Eastern United States. The DOD will work collaboratively with New York and Cairo-based colleagues in Major Gifts.

The successful candidate will bring an entrepreneurial mindset and is expected to work well independently and collaboratively within a team environment, and with people of diverse backgrounds, cultures, and nationalities in a centralized framework of fundraising.

Key Responsibilities
Manage and develop a portfolio to generate significant contributions to the campaign:

* Cultivate, solicit, and close major, and capital gifts from a select portfolio of 150+ prospects and donors

* Build and expand the engagement of AUC's leadership prospect pool; identify strategies and opportunities to align prospects with various University priorities as a key component of the comprehensive campaign

* Attain an annual visit goal and achieve annual personal and team revenue goals

* Partner with colleagues in Gift Planning, Annual Fund, and Parent Giving to maximize contributions and ensure clear communication in the cultivation and solicitation process

* Create strategies to introduce AUC to potential foundation prospects, as well as work with Board members and University leadership on solicitation strategies for AUC's highest rated prospects

* Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of AUC's strategic priorities and goals

* Create opportunities to engage alumni, parents, volunteers, faculty and staff members in the cultivation and solicitation of current and potential donors

Key Qualifications

* 7-10+ years of development experience with a track record of identifying, cultivating, soliciting, closing and stewarding major gifts, preferably in a higher education environment

* Experience soliciting 6-figure gifts, 7-figure gifts preferred

* Record of success and desire to travel and secure meetings with donors

* Exceptional interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills, with the ability to interact with a wide range of constituents including sophisticated, high net worth donors

* Self-starter with a resourceful and entrepreneurial spirit and an ability to act decisively

* High degree of integrity, initiative, and professionalism as well as sound judgment

* Global awareness and interest in international affairs

* Strong technical skills, particularly a comfort with relational databases and prospect management systems

* Campaign experience preferred

* Understanding and belief in the mission of The American University in Cairo, and ability to represent the University to potential donors

* Ability to travel frequently along the Eastern US, with a priority in the Tri-state area

* Work evenings/weekends as appropriate

All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Please email your cover letter and resume in confidence to: AUCairo@developmentguild.com

Suzanne Battit
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PRINCIPAL
Development Guild DDI

For more information about The American University in Cairo, please visit https://www.aucegypt.edu/home
For more information about Development Guild DDI, please visit https://www.developmentguild.com/current-searches/


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8ASSESSOR'S CLERK TOWN OFConfidential
Classified ASSESSOR'S CLERK TOWN OF WINDSOR LOCKS: FT, benefits, Bargaining Unit position. 35 Hours/week. Salary: $43,792.48 w/ certification per contract *6,000 less without certification of AAT certification or CCMAI. Minimum education requirement: high school diploma or equivalency and 4 years' experience in moderately complex office work requiring computer literacy. Non exempt position. CCMA classes IA & IB req'd. CCMA I pref'd. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Word, Excel. Applications online www.windsorlocksct.org submitt to the: Town of Windsor Locks Human Resources Department, or mail to US postal Service 50 Church Street, Windsor Locks, CT 06096. EOE, AA.  Read More
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9Associate Vice President, Financ
Location: Northridge, CA 91330
Classified Associate Vice President, Financial Services (8803)

Description:

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

About the University
California State University, Northridge seeks a visionary, strategic, thoughtful, and collaborative leader for the position of Associate Vice President of Financial Services (AVP). The AVP will be a key partner with campus senior leadership in developing a comprehensive fiscal program aligned with the campus mission.

At CSUN we aspire to continually grow as an inclusive, cooperative community! Every employee is vital in advancing student success and providing exemplary service to all stakeholders. We foster an environment of success, both for our students and our employees. We have a relentless passion for celebrating diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as being an employer of choice. You will also have the opportunity to realize your own personal goals and be recognized for the work you do, and enjoy the unique value the CSUN community can offer. If this sounds like you, you've come to the right place. Learn more: https://www.csun.edu/about-csun.

About the Division
The Division of Administration and Finance provides essential services to students, faculty, staff, and the external community in university fiscal operations, in building, grounds and infrastructure construction and maintenance, in police services, risk management, intercollegiate athletics, performing arts operations, and Human Resources administration.

We provide innovative, quality service while adhering to the highest professional standards and principles of being user-friendly, effective, efficient and compliant with appropriate laws and regulations.

Responsibilities
The Associate Vice President (AVP) reports to the Vice President for Administration and Finance and CFO and is responsible for the integrity of all financial systems and processes relating to business activities of the university.

- Oversees Accounts Payable/Travel, Student Financial Services, Financial Accounting and Reporting, Cash Services, Purchasing and Contract Administration, and Financial Systems
- Is the principal advisor to the Vice President regarding financial issues and participates in the development and review of university policies related to campus business practices
- Responsible for providing solutions to the CSUN community including streamlined procedures for payment processing; reducing or avoiding costs through strategic sourcing and supplier management; and ensuring daily operations support the university's mission and goals
- Serves as liaison and resource to other campus administrators (including auxiliary organizations and enterprise operations) regarding financial and managerial accountability, compliance with applicable regulations, and consistent financial practices
- Participates in the System wide Financial Officers Association (FOA), assisting both FOA and the Office of the Chancellor in development of financial policies and procedures, best practices, and financial audit compliance standards
- Engages in a shared service partnership for administering Athletics business/budget operations
- Responsible for coordination and preparation of university year-end financial statements and related audits in accordance with GAAP, GASB, and CSU policies (e.g. ICSUAM, Executive Orders, Audit Guidelines, etc.)
- Maximizes cost savings and revenue through risk assessments; improves campus engagement strategies to capitalize on consolidated opportunities
- Expands supplier management strategies, emphasizing achievement of sustainability and accessibility goals
- Leads negotiations for high dollar, complex, and non-routine contracts, to include revenue-generating contracts involving strategic corporate partnership and sponsorship opportunities; these contracts may require development of unique specifications and/or the integration of many diverse strategic financial, contractual, and risk management elements
- Serves as primary liaison with Information Technology Division in the implementation of technology initiatives and system upgrades that impact the university's ledger and PeopleSoft financial accounting system
- In coordination with the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, assists in preparation of the annual budget for Athletics, as well as annual financial monitoring and reporting
- Provides shared services infrastructure for fiscal operations, including but not limited to, travel expenses, vendor payments, and revenue tracking
- Effectively leads and manages a high performance Financial Services team; fosters an environment of employee achievement and development
- Understands, supports, and empowers staff to embrace the broader mission and strategic plan of CSUN
- Establishes and maintains metrics for tracking departmental performance and effect improvements where indicated

Qualifications
A Master's degree in business, finance, accounting, or a related field. Equivalent to ten years professional experience managing financial functions. Extensive understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and auditing standards, as well as financial reporting under FASB and GASB requirements.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Knowledge of and experience working with a comprehensive financial database system. Experience with Oracle/PeopleSoft preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to develop and lead a collaborative team, and establish an effective, efficient Financial Services operation within a large, complex organization.

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

Application Period
Review of applications begins immediately and continues until position is filled.

How To Apply
Candidates should apply by completing the CSUN on-line application utilizing: http://bit.ly/HRCSUN link. Please attach a cover letter that addresses the qualifications above and the contributions you intend to make at CSUN, as well as a resume.

NOTE: Internal candidates should apply through the portal by accessing the View Job Openings/Apply link on the Human Resources/Employee pagelet.

For more detailed information on the application and hiring process, please visit the link below:
www.csun.edu/careers

Background Check
This position is a sensitive position as designated by the CSU.

A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the status of candidates who apply for the position.

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

Conflict of Interest
This position is a "designated position" in the California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. The successful candidate accepting this position is required to file Conflict of Interest forms subject to the regulations of the Fair Political Practices Commission.

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

About the University

To apply, visit https://csucareers.calstate.edu/detail.aspx?pid=79693


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10Associate Dean, Tseng College (8
Location: Northridge, CA 91330
Classified Associate Dean, Tseng College (8665)

Description:
Associate Dean, Tseng College (JID 8665)
Administrator III
Extended Learning
Full Time

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

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

About the College
CSUN's Tseng College provides advanced professional education to undergraduate, graduate, international and midcareer students. With more than $36 million in revenue and nearly 36,000 registrations in 2018-2019, the College is a leading provider of professional degrees, certificates and custom-designed programs. Known for its premier support services, the College employs an administrative staff of more than 75 people, leading to high graduation rates -- 71-88 percent for most programs in 2018-2019, with some, like the M.A. in Music Industry Administration, achieving 97 percent in 2018-2019.

The College is nationally recognized for providing programs with formats, delivery modes and locations that address the needs and constraints facing working professionals and their organizations. It works closely with businesses, communities, agencies and international partners to design and deliver programs that meet unique organizational needs and goals.

Serving more than 1,000 international students, the College provides English-language and college-preparation instruction. In addition to its tutoring services, the College specializes in programs that help international students integrate into, or more fully experience, the university. These include an intensive, year-round academic program; a semester studying at CSUN; and an immersive summer experience.
The College is also responsible for CSUN's University Access programs, which offer classes during the winter and summer breaks, and allow non-CSUN students to attend courses for credit.

With more than 30 programs and degrees, the college provides students with an extensive range of academic and professional options. Its master's degrees include applied behavioral analysis, assistive technology, communicative disorders, diverse community development leadership, engineering management, humanities, instructional design, knowledge management, music industry administration, public administration, public health, social work and taxation. Bachelor's degrees include liberal studies, public sector management and nursing. Certificate programs include assistive technology applications, business administration, radiologic technology and speech-language pathology.

Responsibilities
The Associate Dean is a key member of the senior team of the College along with the Dean and the Executive Director of the College's Division of Business Operations and Finance and is expected to know the work of the College well and to ensure that the College works in keeping with the college's mission, purpose, values and five-year vision. The Associate Dean has oversight of the College's Division of Academic Affairs. As such, the Associate Dean is responsible with the Dean and the Executive Director for moving the College forward; ensuring that the College is continuously expanding and refining core capacities; engaging the full talents of the College staff to respond to a changing array of opportunities; and ensuring that the College makes significant contributions to CSUN's present and future in keeping with the College Five-Year Vision and yearly goals. The focus and priority of CSUN and the College is ensuring student success. The Associate Dean's choices and strategies are expected to be crafted to foster and support student success. The Associate Dean is also expected to work at all times in keeping with CSUN's mission and priorities and the College's purpose and values. The Associate Dean has primary responsibility for ensuring that the College academic policies, processes, and administrative practices are in keeping with CSUN academic policies, practices and standards, and ensuring that CSUN programs offered through the College are compliant with all requirements for accreditation, requirements at the Federal and State level, and CSU Executive Orders relevant to self-support programs, graduate, international, and midcareer education. The Associate Dean has special oversight responsibility for CSUN's degrees, certificate programs, and credit courses offered through the College. The Associate Dean serves as the direct supervisor for the director of the College's Graduate and Professional Education Programs and Services Unit (which manages and provides student support services, CSUN's self-support degree, certificate programs, and executive education offerings), the manager of the College's University Access Programs (Winter Term, Summer Session, and Open University), and the director of the College's Student Success Pathways Programs. Working in close collaboration with the Dean, the Associate Dean also plays a central role in the development of new programs and the evolution of existing programs. The College has responsibility for CSUN's fully-online programs whether state-funded or self-supported. The Associate Dean oversees staff members responsible for gaining and maintaining state authorization - the process required to gain the authorization required to offer fully online programs in other states within the US and, as required, in other countries. The College helps CSUN build and maintain external relationships with a focus primarily on the broader LA urban region and surroundings. With the Dean and the College's external relations team, the Associate Dean is expected to represent CSUN and the College at various external meetings and events regionally. Because the Dean of the College is also CSUN's senior international officer and the College itself has a number of programs for international students and plays a significant role in international programs and partnerships development for the College and CSUN as well as having an important role in international recruitment for the College and CSUN, the Associate Dean also has a number of international duties related to current and emerging CSUN programs and partnerships; particularly those most directly linked to the College. The Associate Dean plays a lead role with the Dean, the Executive Director, and other members of the College senior staff in keeping the College fully engaged within CSUN. The Associate Dean is able to identify and advance CSUN's current and emerging priorities, educational and research strengths and, in turn, act as a spokesperson for CSUN with a wide range of internal and external constituencies. The Associate Dean develops and maintains a close, productive, and positive working relationships with other CSUN divisions, colleges, departments, and administrative offices and with those at the CSU Chancellor's Office with which the College regularly interacts. The Dean of the College expects staff at all levels in the College to exhibit openness, transparency, positive mutual support, a focus on the core work of the College, and to work in keeping with the College's Mission, Purpose, and Values Statement https://tsengcollege.csun.edu/aboutus/Deansoffice/missionandgoals. Decision making should always be based on what is best for CSUN, the College, and the students and communities they serve. The Associate Dean is also expected to work in keeping with CSUN's Leadership Principles https://www.csun.edu/sites/default/files/CSUN_Leadership_Principles.pdf. The evaluation of success in this role will be based primarily on this core work which relies heavily on exceptional professional judgment, proactive and innovative problem solving, purposeful and clever creativity in program development and management, and the ability to see and respond to internal and external patterns and trends in CSUN and higher education overall.

To request a detailed position description, contact Michael.Paloma@csun.edu.

Qualifications
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
(1) Terminal degree in the academic field in question from a regionally accredited US university or a similarly accredited international university; (2) Suitable for a tenure track position at the rank of associate or full professor at CSUN; (3) Experience serving as department chair or member of a university committee or serving in university administrative roles; (4) Experience developing, assessing, and approving academic programs at the baccalaureate or master's level; (5) Experience working in a large comprehensive university; (6) Possess both traditional and digital research skills that can be applied to administrative issues; (7) Demonstrated strong written English language skills.

ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Higher Education Experience: Significant experience working across departmental and college lines at a CSU campus. Demonstrated understanding of the role of faculty and faculty governance in a university context. Experience working with self-support programs and services. Demonstrated record of accomplishment of leadership in their field within the university and at the state and national levels. Demonstrated an understanding of the major issues facing higher education today including assessment, learning theory, student achievement, graduation rates, alternative teaching and learning strategies, online/digital learning, international education, learning outcomes. Experience with curriculum approval process in the CSU.

Management and Leadership Experience: A significant and successful record of management and leadership, including a demonstrated ability to manage large projects with a wide range of stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to work well with a wide range of individuals with diverse backgrounds, different working styles, different communication styles, and different levels of organizational abilities. Demonstrated project planning and management abilities. Ability to work in changing and demanding contexts. Demonstrated record of innovation, creative problem solving, and ability to respond to a changing array of opportunities. Ability to work effectively across disciplinary lines and lead projects that are outside their own disciplines. Experience leading teams/units and supervising staff. Ability to communicate effectively with students interested in CSUN self-support programs and guide others reporting to the Associate Dean to communicate effectively with students from diverse backgrounds including international students.

Communication, International and External Relations: This role requires the ability to communicate very effectively in a wide range of contexts. Demonstrated strong oral and written English language skills. Ability to develop and maintain strong and positive working relationships within one's unit, university, community, and internationally. Demonstrated record of productive and positive working relationships. Possess a personality and demeanor that colleagues would find easy and pleasant to work with and count on to follow through on projects and be productive. Ability to command the respect and positive regard of students, faculty, administrators, and staff at all levels.
Financial Reasoning and Budget Management: Ability to understand the essentials of how a program or project is budgeted and priced in the context of self-support higher education. Demonstrated track record of being able to plan and manage projects that require an attention to budget. Demonstrated record of managing such budgets successfully and completing projects on time and on budget. Demonstrated ability to look at projects from the perspective of cost-effectiveness and return on investment.

Markets and Marketing: Ability to understand the essentials of developing programs, events, and service for target markets. Ability to consider market needs and demands when developing a program or service. Ability to understand the essentials of marketing. Demonstrated ability to develop and market programs, events, or services successfully.

Technical Skills: Comfortability working with the University's primary academic and administrative technologies. Experience with online programs and services (working with online instructional programs).

Research Skills: Demonstrated record of basing decisions and choices on facts and data. Demonstrated record of seeking full and accurate information before making significant policy and process choices.

Working Style: Possess a transparent and open working style and a high level of professional integrity. Demonstrated record of setting and maintaining high professional standards for one's self and taking personal pride and responsibility for performance excellence in all of one's roles. Ability to be collaborative and respectful of diversity in all forms. Provide a positive model for overall professional standards and day-to-day working modes. Proven ability to make hard choices and maintain high-performance standards. Ability to recognize and cultivate talent and support and encourage strong performance. Ability to be agile and able to adapt to changing opportunities and rapid growth.

Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule
Salary is commensurate with knowledge, skills, and experience. The University offers excellent fringe benefits. Anticipated starting hiring range: $150,000, dependent upon qualifications and experience.

Application Period
Applications received through April 30, 2020 will be considered in the initial review and review of applications will continue until position is filled.

In order to be considered in the initial review, applications must be submitted prior to the date listed above. Application submissions received after the initial review date will be reviewed at the discretion of the University.

Effective Date of Appointment: As soon as possible but no later than August 20, 2020

How To Apply
Candidates should apply by completing the CSUN on-line application utilizing: http://bit.ly/HRCSUN link. NOTE: Internal candidates should apply through the portal by accessing the View Job Openings/Apply link on the Human Resources/Employee pagelet.

For more detailed information on the application and hiring process, please visit the link below:
www.csun.edu/careers

Background Check
This position is a sensitive position as designated by the CSU.

A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the status of candidates who apply for the position.

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

Conflict of Interest
This position is a "designated position" in the California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. The successful candidate accepting this position is required to file Conflict of Interest forms subject to the regulations of the Fair Political Practices Commission.

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

To apply, visit https://csucareers.calstate.edu/detail.aspx?pid=80214


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11Program Services Coordinator (Ou
Location: Redwood City, CA 94061
Classified Program Services Coordinator (Outreach) (Temporary)

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014910S
Department: President's Office CA (DEPT)
Location: Caada College
Position Number: TBD
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Non-Exempt (accrues overtime)
Months per Year: other
If other, please specify: 02/17/2020 - 06/30/2020
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $25.05 per hour
Max Salary: $31.95 per hour
Position Type: Classified, Temporary

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Caada College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 11,000 students each academic year. Caada College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that is serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Caada Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
Under direction, the Program Services Coordinator plans, coordinates, and implements services, such as student recruitment, orientation, job skills assessments and job placement, special events, tours, individual and specialized programs and other support current and potential program participants. Public contact is extensive and can include students, staff, other educational institutions, community and business representatives, governmental agencies and the general public, for the purpose of exchanging program information and services. A high degree of independent judgment and creativity are required to adequately represent the college and program, to serve as a technical resource person for the program, and to design original program components and services. Consequences of errors in judgment can be costly in public relations and in employee time; however, management controls limit the risk of more serious consequences. The Program Services Coordinator can direct the work of student assistants, proctors, and lead other staff as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Exchanges information with students, staff, other educational institutions, community and business representatives, vendors, governmental agencies and the general public regarding a variety of college programs, services, eligibility requirements, policies, timelines, required forms and other information

2. Travels to various off-site locations to confer with high schools, community service organizations, governmental agencies, businesses and other entities, and to recruit students into a college program

3. Makes presentations to small and large groups as a program and college representative

4. Participates in planning and implementation meetings with college and outside groups and representatives

5. Plans, conducts, and participates in tours, job fairs, and program services in conjunction with management, faculty, and other staff

6. Coordinates logistics and establishes timelines, required materials, online support services, facilities, publicity, and other program and event needs

7. Plans joint events with other college departments and programs, and with outside business and community representatives

8. Serves as liaison between student program participants and various instructional and student services departments

9. Interprets language on student forms and printed information

10. Refers students to community, business, governmental, and other resources

11. Conducts follow-up to determine student needs and available program services

12. Directs and coordinates the work of student assistants, test proctors, and other staff as assigned

13. Assists students in determining existing job skills and the skill requirements of various career opportunities

14. Coordinates the administration of career assessments and diagnostic surveys

15. Meets with potential employers to identify current and future job placement opportunities, and to develop and modify jobs to provide suitable employment for students and other program participants

16. Coordinates introductions and follow-up for student job placements

17. Refers students to career and other counselors, instructional programs, and to other college offices as appropriate

18. Researches and compiles statistical, narrative, financial, demographic and other data for regular and special reports to track program participation, recruitment effectiveness, student follow-up, retention and transfer rates, program evaluation criteria, career resources and job availability, employer profiles, and other information

19. Enters, modifies, and retrieves online data

20. Uses a variety of software to compose, format and prepare correspondence, memoranda, publicity materials, surveys, brochures, flyers, bulletins, reports, presentations, and other materials

21. Sets up and maintains confidential and other files

22. Plans and coordinates lay-out, graphics, photography and other artwork, editing, printing, multimedia enhancements, web page information, distribution and other services in conjunction with other staff, students and/or vendors as appropriate.

23. Performs other related duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
A combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelors degree in business administration, sociology, human resources, or a closely related field

Successful experience of increasing responsibility in education, social services, human resources or related area

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

Experience with program planning, implementation, and evaluation

Experience with training and leading the work of others

Experience with researching, formatting, assessing and preparing data for reports and other materials

Experience with the use of a variety of computer software to track and monitor data

Demonstrated skills in oral and written communication, including public speaking

Demonstrated skill in multi-tasking, prioritizing workloads, and working independently

Demonstrated skill in working as part of a customer service team

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires manual dexterity; pulling, pushing, reaching; and moving items of light to moderate weight up to 30 pounds; work at a computer, including viewing a monitor for various lengths of time, repetitive use of keyboard, mouse, or other control device, and dexterity of hands and fingers to operate keyboard in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of specific program and related college services available to students and other potential participants

2. Knowledge of applicable and available community, business, governmental, and educational resources

3. Skill in oral communication, including public speaking

4. Skill in written communication

5. Skill in short- and long-range program and event planning, program and event implementation, coordination, and evaluation

6. Skill in interviewing, assessment, and evaluation

7. Skill in sensitive, respectful, and effective communication with people from diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

8. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective and efficient working relationships

9. Skill in research, compiling, and formatting a variety of data for reports

10. Skill in use of Microsoft Office Suite and web-based content management systems

11. Ability to work effectively as part of a customer-service team

Preferred Qualifications:

Benefits:
Due to the temporary nature of this position, benefits are not included.

Open Date: 01/28/2020
First Review Date: 02/11/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position).

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience.

3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicants cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicants qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement.

Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills.

For questions related to this posting, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555
Fax:(650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
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5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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


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12Project Director - College for W
Location: Redwood City, CA 94061
Classified Project Director - College for Working Adults (Temporary)

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014907S
Department: Social Science / Humanities CA (DEPT)
Location: Caada College
Position Number: 3CT013
Percentage of Full Time: 80%
FLSA: Non-Exempt (accrues overtime)
Months per Year: 12
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $56,006.40 (annual)
Max Salary: $71,548.80 (annual)
Position Type: Administrative/Supervisory Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Caada College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 11,000 students each academic year. Caada College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that it serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Caada Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals

The Position:
The Project Director performs professional work involved with planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating a specific college project or program. Under direction, the position is responsible for designing and implementing project or program services, directing the work of other staff and maintaining effective partnerships and working relationships with students, faculty, staff, funding agencies, governmental jurisdictions, other educational institutions, community organizations and business representatives. A high degree of independent judgement and creativity are required to resolve a variety of minor and major problems that arise. Consequences of errors in judgement can be costly to students, faculty, staff time, public relations and money. A Project Director can direct the work of professional, paraprofessional, clerical, student, and volunteer staff as assigned.
This is a temporary position and may be eliminated once the funding has been exhausted.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Exchanges information with staff, students, business representatives, other educational institutions, funding and governmental agencies, community organizations, and the general public regarding the College for Working Adults program policies, partnerships, grants, and other funding resources, project goals and outcomes, program review, and strategic planning

2. Drives a motor vehicle to attend off-site meetings and workshops, and participates in related off-site activities to build partnerships and promote recruitment

3. Makes presentations to small and large groups as needed

4. Researches, compiles data, formats, composes and prepares statistical, financial, demographic and other special and regular reports, narratives, presentations, surveys, needs assessments and other materials

5. Interviews clients and project partners to conduct needs assessments and determine appropriate program services

6. Uses a variety of computer software to design and prepare correspondence, reports, budget studies, track and review financial and other data, create and update publicity materials and program information online and other necessary written or online materials

7. Sets up and maintains electronic and manual file systems

8. Confers with management and other staff to develop and implement needs assessments and other studies and surveys for targeted populations served by the project

9. Compiles statistics for use in designing/developing new and modified project services, goals, and future service delivery changes

10. Participates in strategic planning with management and other staff; makes recommendations for program modifications

11. Plans program budgets in conjunction with management and other staff

12. Monitors budget expenditures, transfers and reporting online

13. Makes recommendations for changes to budgets, staffing, facilities, supplies and equipment

14. Trains and directs the work of staff, student assistants, and volunteers

15. Serves as an advocate for students in the College for Working Adults program and all students college-wide

16. Performs other related duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
A combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelors degree from an accredited institution

Successful work experience of increasing responsibility that has included program planning, assessment, implementation and evaluation, budget planning and reporting, research and data analysis

Demonstrated skill in oral and written communication, including public speaking

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and staff

Skill in the use of a variety of computer software to create spreadsheets, reports, correspondence, and other written materials

Experience with the organization and implementation of various complex office procedures and forms

Experience and skill in training and directing the work of others

Possession of a valid California Drivers license (or the ability to obtain one) and the ability to drive a motor vehicle to off-site locations

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires the ability to type, use phone, stand intermittently, walk, bend and stoop, occasionally lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects weighing 35 pounds or less, work at a computer, including viewing a monitor for various lengths of time, repetitive use of keyboard, mouse, or other control device, dexterity of hands and fingers to operate keyboard and mouse, hearing and speaking to communicate and provide information to others and ability to operate a motor vehicle and drive to off-site locations in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of the resources available to the specific population served by the project

2. Knowledge of the policies, procedures, regulations and laws pertaining to the specific project or program services

3. Skill in respectful, sensitive communication with people who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

4. Skill in strategic planning, project coordination and evaluation

5. Skill in oral communication, including public speaking and giving clear and concise instructions

6. Skill in written communication

7. Skill in training and leading the work of others

8. Skill in organizing data, setting up, tracking, and maintaining data in electronic and manual files

9. Ability to coordinate, anticipate, and resolve workload issues and problems

10. Ability to work effectively as part of customer service team

11. Ability to work flexible hours that may include evenings and weekends

Preferred Qualifications:

Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Classified employees participate in the Public Employees Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California. Optional tax-deferred 403(b) and 457 retirement plans are also available.

Open Date: 01/24/2020
First Review Date: 02/24/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position).

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience.

3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicants cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicants qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement.

Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills.

For questions related to this posting, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555
Fax:(650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
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5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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13Financial Aid Technician (Tempor
Location: Redwood City, CA 94061
Classified Financial Aid Technician (Temporary)

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014914S
Department: Financial Aid CA (DEPT)
Location: Caada College
Position Number: TBD
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Non-Exempt (accrues overtime)
Months per Year: other
If other, please specify: Through 06/30/2020
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $24.67 per hour
Max Salary: $31.54 per hour
Position Type: Classified, Temporary

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Caada College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 11,000 students each academic year. Caada College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that it serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Caada Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
This is complex clerical work at the action level involved in compilation of data, assessment and processing of student eligibility for financial aid awards and services. Under general supervision, the employee in this position will play an integral role in the implementation of financial stability services within the SparkPoint Center at Canada College, provides financial aid policy and procedural information; compiles data for, and assesses student eligibility for a variety of awards and related services; analyzes data, reconciles program accounts, and prepares statistical and other reports to document financial aid packages awarded. Public contact is extensive, primarily including students, staff, other educational institutions, community organizations, business representatives, funding agencies, and the general public, for the purpose of exchanging policy and procedural information concerning eligibility criteria, assessment and award packages and related program services. A moderate to high degree of independent judgment and creativity are required to apply prescribed policies and guidelines to a variety of individual situations in order to arrive at appropriate recommendations. Consequences of errors in judgment could be costly in public relations, employee time and money. The Financial Aid Technician can direct the work of other staff and student assistants as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Exchanges financial aid and other enrollment services policy and procedural information with students, parents, staff, other educational institutions, community organizations, business representatives, funding agency personnel and the general public

2. Participates in community outreach activities to promote financial aid and enrollment services

3. Drives a motor vehicle to attend off-site meetings, workshops, recruitment programs and other special events to obtain and provide current information

4. Makes presentations to small and large groups regarding available loans and grants, eligibility criteria, programs and student services offered, required forms and timelines and other information

5. Confers with government and funding agencies regarding immigration, tax, residency and other eligibility issues

6. Interviews students to assess their financial aid eligibility, college standing and projected financial and enrollment service needs

7. Compiles confidential and other data to assess and document student income status, expenditures and projected budgets, enrollment status, grades, employment records, immigration status, residency, tax liability and other information

8. Computes financial and budgetary projections using prescribed funding agency policies and guidelines

9. Conducts detailed data assessments in order to select appropriate loans, grants and other programs for students, based on eligibility and need

10. Assists supervisory staff on special and regular projects and reports as assigned

11. Monitors program expenditures and project budget expenditures using prescribed funding agency and district policies and financial guidelines

12. Provides financial coaching support services to low income students and families and trains other staff to build capacity and provide appropriate support for SparkPoint at Caada College participants

13. Exchanges information and serves as point of contact for undocumented AB 540 students, reviews eligibility for state financial assistance programs, collaborates with Outreach Department and high school representatives to inform prospective students, parents and others of available resources, serves as liaison for DREAMers Task Force and other related activities

14. Uses a database and a variety of computer software to set up, maintain and monitor confidential and other student records and files

15. Uses spreadsheets and a variety of other computer software to compose and prepare original correspondence, narratives, memoranda, research data for and prepare reports in support of programs and services, and to document eligibility, student demographics, profiles, financial status and other data

16. Provides college and community referral services to students as appropriate

17. Confers with employers, community and government agency representatives, high school staff, bank personnel and other college staff regarding student job opportunities, follow-up to previous referrals, recruitment activities, and other services

18. Directs the work of clerical and other staff on special projects and other workloads as assigned

19. Performs other related duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
A combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate degree in business administration, accounting or a closely related field

Successful work experience of increasing responsibility that has included accounting, budgeting or other financial record keeping, preferably in banking or related financial loan services

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

Skill in oral and written communication, including public speaking

Skill in directing the work of others

Experience with compiling data for, composing and preparing reports, correspondence, memoranda and other written materials

Experience with detailed record keeping

Experience using a database and a variety of computer software

Possession of a valid California Drivers License (or ability to obtain one) and the ability to drive a motor vehicle to off-site locations are required

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires sitting for various lengths of time; the ability to type, use phone, occasionally lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects of light to moderate weight; work at a computer, including viewing a monitor for various lengths of time, repetitive use of keyboard, mouse or other control device, dexterity of hands and fingers to operate keyboard; and ability to operate a motor vehicle and drive to off campus locations in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of state and federal financial aid policies, procedures, guidelines and required reports related to the award, continuation, and follow-up of student loans, grants, and related services

2. Knowledge of college program, services and other resources available to assist students in counseling, immigration procedures, employment, tutoring, enrollment, record keeping, and other areas

3. Knowledge of interviewing and assessment techniques

4. Skill in communicating respectfully, sensitively and effectively with people at various levels within an organization who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

5. Skill in following written instructions, formulas and guidelines to analyze data for the purpose of drawing conclusions

6. Skill in use of a computer database and a variety of software to set up and maintain detailed records and to compose a variety of written materials

7. Skill in oral communication, including persuasive communication skills

8.Skill in written communication

9. Skill in working cooperatively with others and effectively as part of a customer service team

10. Skill in working accurately with financial and statistical data

11. Skill in directing the work of others

12. Ability to use tact and discretion in handling confidential information

Preferred Qualifications:

Benefits:
Due to the temporary nature of this position, benefits are not included.

Open Date: 02/07/2020
First Review Date: 02/21/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position).

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience.

3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicants cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicants qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement.

Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills.

For questions related to this posting, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555
Fax:(650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
.
5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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


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14Instructional Aide II (Learning
Location: Redwood City, CA 94061
Classified Instructional Aide II (Learning Center) (Part-time)

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014912S
Department: Academic Support & Learning Technologies CA (DEPT)
Location: Caada College
Position Number: 3C0150
Percentage of Full Time: 48%
FLSA: Non-Exempt (accrues overtime)
Months per Year: 11
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $24,425.28 (part-time annual)
Max Salary: $31,336.80 (part-time annual)
Position Type: Classified Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Caada College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 11,000 students each academic year. Caada College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that is serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Caada Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
This is paraprofessional work at the action level that involves assisting students in the Learning Center and Writing Center and faculty in the delivery of classroom instruction and providing academic support to students. Under direction, the employee performs a variety of writing support, preparatory work and planning, organizes academic support and instruction, and coordinates various academic support services. Public contact is extensive and primarily includes students, college faculty and staff, but can also include vendors and staff in other educational institutions and agencies, for the purpose of exchanging subject matter and procedural information. A high degree of independent judgment and creativity are required to resolve a wide variety of minor and occasional major problems that may arise. Consequences of errors in judgment can be moderately costly in public relations and employee time; however, supervisory controls are available to limit the risk of serious error. An Instructional Aide II can direct the work of tutors, student assistants, other clerical staff, and Instructional Aides I, as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. General student assistance, including Learning Center (LC) and writing support services

2. During morning/regular business hours, the Instructional Aide II has primary responsibility to staff and support writing services, including providing resources, test proctoring (when needed), responding to student inquiries, assisting with LC Courses, and troubleshooting software questions

3. If scheduled during evening hours, the Instructional Aide II has primary responsibility for closing the Learning Center in the evenings, including ensuring that all students have left the premises, doors are locked, and lights turned off

4. Exchanges information with students, faculty, and staff regarding subject-matter, resources, materials, policies, and procedures associated with the classroom or laboratory setting

5. Confers with faculty regarding curriculum, computer hardware, software and other learning tools, student assignments and progress, tests, student test scores, alternate learning methods, and other technical information related to the services and programs provided

6. Attends meetings, conferences, and workshops to obtain current subject-matter, procedural, and other information

7. Participates in division and department planning activities

8. Makes presentations to small and large groups to publicize the services and programs as assigned

9. Assists in the maintenance, entry, and/or tracking of data for a variety of programs, writing focused services, and activities

10. Uses a variety of computer software to organize and maintain learning resources and related data, compose and prepare correspondence, reports, publicity, and other materials; writes, administers, and scores tests in conjunction with faculty

11. Sets up and maintains online and manual files; enters, modifies, and retrieves a variety of statistical and other data for special and regular reports

12. Tutors and/or demonstrates writing knowledge, English knowledge, grammar, equipment, techniques, and other aspects related to a particular subject-matter, in conjunction with faculty

13. Demonstrates subject-matter skills; directs students in practical laboratories; tutors students on problem areas of the subject-matter as directed by faculty or as the result of a student learning plan

14. Demonstrates safety procedures for use of classroom and laboratory equipment and supplies; troubleshoots operational problems with laboratory and classroom equipment

15. Researches background of subject-matter to maintain current information

16. As directed by faculty, compiles and organizes lesson plans and materials for faculty presentation

17. Recommends the modification or purchase of laboratory and classroom equipment

18. Under direction of the Tutor Coordinator or designated staff person, assists in the hiring, training, and direction of the work of tutors and student assistants, creates schedules

Minimum Qualifications:
A combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelors degree

Successful work experience of increasing responsibility that has included tutoring others

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

Skill in written and oral communication, including public speaking

Experience researching, preparing and compiling data for statistical, narrative and other reports

Experience using a variety of computer software to prepare correspondence, memoranda and reports

Experience setting up and maintaining online and manual files

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires manual dexterity; use of a keyboard, mouse and computer for extended periods of time; pulling, pushing, reaching; and moving items of light to moderate weight in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of writing across the curriculum and variety of subject matter

2. Skill in working in a collaborative environment

3. Skill in working with diverse adult learning styles

4. Skill in oral communication, including public speaking

5. Skill in directing the work of others

6. Skill in written communication

7. Skill in establishing and maintaining respectful and sensitive working relationships with people who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

8. Skill in performing research in a designated subject matter area

9. Skill in designing lesson plans using original research, subject-matter knowledge and materials

10. Skill in using a variety of computer software to compose and prepare a variety of correspondence, reports, publicity and other materials

Preferred Qualifications:

Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. Optional tax deferred flexible benefit 403(b) and 457 plans are available. If eligible, Classified employees participate in the Public Employees Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California.

Open Date: 02/03/2020
First Review Date: 03/03/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position).

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience.

3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicants cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicants qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement.

Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills.

For questions related to this posting, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555
Fax:(650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
.
5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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


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15English Instructor (Full-time Te
Location: Redwood City, CA 94061
Classified English Instructor (Full-time Tenure-Track Faculty Position)

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014232F
Department: Social Science / Humanities CA (DEPT)
Location: Caada College
Position Number: 3F0056
Percentage of Full Time: The work year is 175 days (10 months of service).
FLSA: Exempt (does not accrue overtime)
Months per Year: 10
If other, please specify:
Salary Range: Initial placement with a Masters degree can range from $71,328 up to $89,496 per year; and a Ph.D. can range from $81,732 to $95,544 per year.
Note:
Min Salary:
Max Salary:
Position Type: Faculty Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Caada College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 11,000 students each academic year. Caada College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that it serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Caada Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. An equity-minded individual is a person who already does or has demonstrated the desire to:

(1) Understand the importance of holding ourselves accountable as educators for closing equity gaps and engaging in equitable practices;

(2) Reframe inequities as a problem of practice and view the elimination of inequities as an individual and collective responsibility;

(3) Encourage positive race-consciousness and embrace human difference;

(4) Reflect on institutional and teaching practices and aim to make them more culturally responsive; and

(5) Strategically build buy-in and participation among colleagues for equity-related initiatives.

The San Mateo County Community District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals. All departments strongly encourage collaboration across disciplines to create inclusive, integrated, and interdisciplinary learning experiences. College faculty are expected to be knowledgeable about, and willing to use, different learning and teaching methods appropriate to the students they serve.

The Position:
The College seeks a full-time, tenure track faculty member in English. The ideal candidate will share the College's commitment to educating a racially and socioeconomically diverse student population.
Start date of this assignment: Fall 2020

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Teach basic skills, transfer-level composition and literature courses

2. Maintain expertise in current teaching methodologies and curricula and develop new instructional materials and techniques to meet the changing needs of students

3. Consult with students during regularly scheduled office and writing center hours

4. Assist in curriculum assessment and revisions and new course development

5. Participate in the development and/or selection of course materials, equipment, and technology that will enhance the offerings of the department

6. Participate as a member of department, division, and college committees

7. Perform other professional duties as required by contract and general institutional needs

Minimum Qualifications:
Possession of a Masters or above in English, literature, comparative literature, or composition OR Bachelors in any of the above AND Masters or above in linguistics, TESL, speech, education with a specialization in reading, creative writing, or journalism OR the equivalent (see below)

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as these factors relate to the need for equity minded-practice both within and outside of the classroom

For persons applying for this position based on Equivalence, please answer the supplemental question on the online application indicating one or more of the following:
Degree Equivalence
The applicant possesses a degree(s) with similar content to those listed for the relevant discipline. The name of the degree is close to that specified on the Disciplines List but the degree either has a different title or area of expertise or the coursework is slightly different.
Academic Background Equivalence
Related to disciplines in which a Masters Degree is not generally expected or available. The applicant must have completed at least 24 semester units of coursework in the academic field and must possess at least the equivalent level of achievement and the equivalent in breadth, depth of understanding, and rigor in each of the following:

i) a broad cultural education usually met by the general education requirements for any Bachelors or Associates Degree, and

ii) a detailed study of the discipline in breadth, depth, and rigor, usually met by course work required for the degree major.
Professional Achievement Equivalence
The applicant must have completed the General Education requirements for that degree and show evidence of outstanding professional achievement and/or substantial training in the requested field. The applicant must submit substantial evidence, which demonstrates that his/her preparation, teaching experience, work experience, and ability are equivalent to those expected from a person who meets the minimum qualifications.

Physical Requirements:

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Preference will be given to candidates with:
1. Successful experience in teaching or evidence of preparation to teach the full range of college English, including developmental reading and writing, integrated/accelerated reading and composition, transfer-level composition, and literature

2. A Certificate in Teaching Post-Secondary Reading or the equivalent

3. A commitment to the role and purpose of the community college

4. Experience using diverse teaching methods to address the needs of students with differing abilities and levels of preparation

5. Experience motivating students from a broad spectrum of academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

6. Training and experience teaching online and using technology in the classroom

7. A creative and engaging teaching style

8. Excellent oral and written communication skills

9. Experience participating in assessment at the course, department, and program level

10. Experience teaching literature

Preferred Qualifications:
Recent experience working with racially minoritized and other disproportionately-impacted students in the classroom and an understanding of how historical patterns of exclusion of these groups within higher education and particular fields shape patterns of participation and outcomes

Willingness to examine and remediate ones instructional, relational, and classroom practices to more effectively engage and support racially minoritized and other disproportionately impacted students

Experience and skill with addressing inequity in the classroom and on campus

Experience and expertise in culturally-responsive teaching in English

Demonstrated ability to address equity gaps within English courses and classrooms

Demonstrated knowledge of the implications of the Hispanic-Serving Institution designation for institutional, departmental and instructional practices

Benefits:
Benefits include a choice of medical plans, dental coverage, vision care, sick leave, salary continuance insurance, and an optional tax-deferred flexible benefit plan. Coverage is offered for employees and all eligible dependents. Academic employees participate in the State Teachers Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California. Employees may also be eligible for various first-time homebuyer programs.

Open Date: 03/05/2020
First Review Date: 04/06/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position)

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and teaching experience (including courses taught), and other work experience

3. Undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts (copies accepted)

Unofficial copies of all undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts may be submitted with the application; official copies will be required at the time of the interview.

4. Your cover letter must include discussion of the following questions:

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

Think of the most successful class you have taught. What were the key factors in creating that success for racially-minoritized and other underserved disproportionately disadvantaged students?

How is your teaching approach culturally-responsive to the students you serve?

If you have any questions regarding your application, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555 Fax (650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
Foreign Education completed outside of the United States must be deemed equivalent to that gained in conventional/accredited U.S. education programs in order for it to be considered for the satisfaction of minimum qualifications. Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by a U.S.-based credentials evaluation service. The District currently accepts evaluations from agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
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2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
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5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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


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16Financial Aid Technical Support
Location: Redwood City, CA 94061
Classified Financial Aid Technical Support Specialist

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014925S
Department: Financial Aid CA (DEPT)
Location: Caada College
Position Number: 3C0188
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Non-Exempt (accrues overtime)
Months per Year: 12
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $75,420 (annual)
Max Salary: $96,420 (annual)
Position Type: Classified Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Caada College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 11,000 students each academic year. Caada College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that it serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Caada Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals.

The Position:
The Financial Aid Technical Support Specialist performs complex technical work related to analyzing and resolving problems with the financial aid systems as they occur and in playing a key role in the testing documentation, and training of business processes related to financial aid. The Financial Aid Technical Support Specialist must possess a combination of functional and technical expertise and, under the supervision and direction of the Financial Aid Director, will assist ITS staff with research, analysis, and communication of policies and regulations and their impact on the District's enterprise software (Banner) and other systems configuration. Under direction, the employee compiles data for financial aid computer programs; analyzes data, reconciles computer program problems, and prepares statistical and other reports. Public contact is extensive, primarily including students, staff, other educational institutions, community organizations, business representatives, funding agencies, and the general public, for the purpose of exchanging policy and procedural information concerning eligibility criteria, assessment and award packages, and related program services. A high degree of independent judgment and creativity are required to apply prescribed policies and guidelines to a variety of individual situations in order to arrive at appropriate recommendations. Consequences of errors in judgment could be costly in public relations, employee time, and result in institutional liability and audit exceptions. The Financial Aid Technical Support Specialist can lead and direct the work of others as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Maintains currency with federal and state regulations that may have an effect on financial aid processing and plays a lead role in the research, understanding, and interpretation of policies and regulations and their effect on system configuration.

2. Completes necessary research and analysis to communicate with ITS and other staff configuration requirements needed for compliance with policies and regulations.

3. Participates in community outreach activities to promote financial aid and enrollment services (evenings and weekends may be required); drives a motor vehicle to attend off-site meetings, workshops, and recruitment programs and other special events to obtain and provide current information.

4. Leads the effort to prepare training documentation and to train other staff on policies and procedures.

5. Generates various reports and letters and coordinates automation with ITS.

6. Works closely with ITS staff in configuring and testing the annual new year roll setup, Banner upgrades, and related system changes as well as current and forthcoming software from the Department of Education and California Student Aid Commission for monitoring, processing, and reporting of grants, scholarships, loans, and other sources of financial assistance.

7. Exchanges financial aid and enrollment services policy and procedural information with students, parents, staff, other educational institutions, community organizations, business representatives, funding agency personnel, and the general public.

8. Serves as technical resource for the College and District regarding financial aid and various student related services.

9. Makes presentations to small and large groups regarding available loans and grants, eligibility criteria, programs and services offered, required forms and timelines, and other information.

10. Conducts detailed data assessments in order to select appropriate loans, grants, and other programs for students based on eligibility and need; assists supervisory staff on special and regular projects and reports as assigned; monitors program expenditures using prescribed funding agency and District policies and financial guidelines.

11. Confers with or attends training opportunities from government and funding agencies regarding immigration, tax, residency, and other eligibility issues.

12. Meets with students to assess their financial aid eligibility, student standing, and projected financial and enrollment service needs.

13. Computes and compiles data using various databases from student and funding agency records in conjunction with other colleges, ITS, and other District staff.

14. Prepares original correspondence, narratives, memoranda, and researches data reports in support of programs and services and to document eligibility.

15. Tracks and reports on trends in student population changes, economic status, college completion rates, student usage of related college services, and other data.

16. Researches data for and completes required funding agency and District reports and surveys.

17. Compiles confidential and other data to assess and document student income status, expenditures and projected budgets, enrollment status, grades, employment records, immigration status, residency, tax filing status, and other information and initiates awards for students.

18. Analyzes and verifies students records using electronic or paper supporting documentation to identify errors, correct data, and reprocess changes in student records as required.

19. Identifies and reports anomalies or other information that may identify potential fraud or misuse of state or federal funds.

20. Uses a variety of computer systems, software and websites to set up, maintain, and monitor confidential and other student records and files.

21. Confers with students, staff and others, as applicable to resolve complex application and eligibility issues.

22. Leads the work of clerical and other staff on special projects and other workloads as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
A combination of education and experience equivalent to completion of an Associates degree in business administration, accounting or a closely related field

Three years of experience in a financial aid office with a strong background in computer solutions

An understanding of the Banner Enterprise System with familiarity of interactions between cashiering, admissions and records, and financial aid

Ability to navigate and work with multiple secure federal systems and websites including, but not limited to NSLDS, COD, EdConnect, and IFAP

Ability to manage compliance issues for federal, state, and District procedures and regulations

Ability to develop creative solutions to use federally prescribed operations to test and operate District software solutions

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

Demonstrated skill in oral and written communication, including public speaking

Experience leading the work of others

Demonstrated skill in the use of a variety of software for compiling data, composing and preparing reports, correspondence, memoranda and other written materials

Demonstrated skill in detailed recordkeeping and the use of a database

Demonstrated skill in working as part of a customer service team

Possession of a valid California Drivers License (or the ability to obtain one) and the ability to drive a motor vehicle to off-site locations are required

Ability to work evening and weekend activities

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires sitting for various lengths of time; the ability to type, use phone, occasionally lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects of light to moderate weight; work at a computer, including viewing a monitor for various lengths of time, repetitive use of keyboard, mouse or other control device, dexterity of hands and fingers to operate keyboard; and ability to operate a motor vehicle and drive to off campus locations in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of federal, state, District, and institutional financial aid policies, procedures, guidelines, and required reports related to the award, continuation, and follow-up of student loans, grants, student employment, Return to Title IV Programs Multiple Pell Reporting and Potential Pell Overpayments and other related services.

2. Knowledge of federal, state, and institutional programs, services and other resources available to assist students in counseling, TRiO, CARE, EOPS, Veterans Services, eDisbursement, immigration procedures, employment, tutoring, enrollment, record keeping, and other areas.

3. Knowledge of procedures for processing corrections for various federal and state programs.

4. Knowledge of the consequences of system programming, system parameter setup, and operational processes in employee time, mistakes in funding authorized for students and errors in awarding federal funds.

5. Knowledge of procedures for processing files for students selected for verification, resolving data discrepancies, calculating and adjusting records for post withdrawal disbursements or overpayments.

6. Knowledge of college programs, services, and other resources available to assist students in counseling immigration procedures, employment, tutoring, enrollment, record keeping, and other areas.

7. Knowledge of applicable computer systems and their use.

8. Skill in respectful, tactful and sensitive interaction with people who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds.

9. Skill in following written instructions, formulas, and guidelines to analyze data for the purpose of drawing conclusions.

10. Skill in interviewing and assessment techniques.

11. Proficiency in the use of computer systems and a variety of software to set up and maintain detailed records and to compose a variety of written materials.

12. Skill in oral communication, including persuasive communication skills.

13. Skill in written communication, including composing technical documentation.

14. Skill in working cooperatively and effectively with others as part of a team.

15. Skill in working accurately with financial and statistical data.

16. Skill in directing the work of others.

17. Skill in use of the Microsoft Office Suite and web-based content management systems.

18. Ability to use tact and discretion in handling confidential information.

Preferred Qualifications:

Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Classified employees participate in the Public Employees Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California. Optional tax-deferred 403(b) and 457 retirement plans are also available.

Open Date: 03/03/2020
First Review Date: 04/01/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position).

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience.

3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicants cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicants qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement.

Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills.

For questions related to this posting, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555
Fax:(650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
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5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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


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17Vice Dean for Research
Location: Sacramento, CA 95816
Classified Vice Dean for Research

The University of California, Davis School of Medicine is recruiting for a Vice Dean for Research at the Full Professor level in the Regular, Regular/In Residence, In Residence, or Clinical X series, with faculty responsibilities in clinical, research, and/or teaching duties in an appropriate academic department.

The Vice Dean for Research reports to the Dean of the School of Medicine (SOM) and serves the School of Medicine on the Sacramento and Davis campuses. The Vice Dean will enable the success of basic, translational, clinical and social/behavioral/population researchers by providing leadership, vision, and mentoring as well as playing a facilitative role through positive relationships with campus-wide administration. The Vice Dean should have a vision for the future of research in academic health systems that includes innovation and collaboration that benefits patient care, promotes scientific advancements and will expand and diversify the research portfolio for the School of Medicine. The Vice Dean will have a pivotal role in the planning and execution of the SOM role in Aggie Square (https://leadership.ucdavis.edu/aggie-square). The Vice Dean may also represent the SOM in research matters to other schools, other campuses, federal, state, and private agencies, the local community, and the media. The Vice Dean will serve as a key member of the Dean's leadership team.

Position Description:
Key responsibility areas of the Vice Dean for Research include:

* Develop a research strategic plan focused on increasing key research metrics for the SOM with a focus on innovation, development of pipeline programs for new investors and deepening and broadening the research portfolio for the SOM.
* Focus on strengthening and promoting the research infrastructure for inter-departmental and cross campus collaborations with other schools at UC Davis, as well as those within the 5 other UC SOM: UCLA, UCSF, UCSD, UCI, and Riverside.
* Act as Dean's main delegate to the SOM research community in all matters related to basic, clinical and social/behavioral/population research. The Vice Dean for Research is expected to understand the needs and advocate effectively for research.
* Work to enhance the sense of community among our researchers, with a focus on communication with our internal audience.
* Work to expand the national prominence of UCD in the larger research community.
* Work actively with department, center, and other unit leaders to build systems and implement strategies to ensure the success of the SOM's research program, which is demonstrated by the level and progress in extramural funding from federal and other sources as well as reflected by the SOM's national ranking. Meet monthly with the SOM and School of Nursing (SON) research administration, chairs and center directors.
* Partner with other Campus and SOM leaders to optimize use of SOM resources in research strategy and priorities, policy and procedures, resource needs assessments for research programs and recruitments, space planning and utilization, and strategic investments.
* Maintain oversight of SOM activities in contract and grant conduct, technology transfer, research subject conduct (human, animal, stem cell, and biosafety), integrity in research, research conflict of interest, research space, and research resource development.

* Maintain oversight of SOM programs and initiatives that promote/support research activities including the SOM research training programs for faculty, graduate students, medical students, and postdoctoral scholars.
* Assist department/center leadership in resolving major research compliance issues.
* Promote innovations in research by improving cross-divisional, cross-departmental, cross-discipline, and cross-professional research collaborations, including those between our basic science, translational, clinical and social/behavioral/population researchers.
* Lead and coordinate SOM efforts to nominate faculty members for major scientific awards and membership in honorific societies.

As an Academic Senate faculty member responsibilities include: clinical service in the area of specialty, as applicable; teaching to medical students, residents, and fellows; conducting and producing scholarly work, clinical/translational research; a record of peer-reviewed publications; success in obtaining extramural funding, as applicable; and University service. All responsibilities will be further determined based on faculty series.

Qualifications and Application Requirements:
This position requires an MD, PhD, MD/PhD, or equivalent terminal degree. For MD applicants' additional requirements include, board-certification and fellowship training as applicable to specialty and if subspecialty trained and possess or be eligible for a California Medical License.

The ideal candidate will have a national reputation of successful research and research leadership - for example through leading an interdisciplinary research program, division or department - knowledge of national research trends, and a significant record of peer-reviewed scientific publications.

The ideal candidate will have a strong history of written and verbal communication with a track record of working in a matrix organization.

The individual will have strong interpersonal skills, the capacity to work collaboratively and effectively with others, experience managing space and financial resources, and an ability to inspire colleagues and staff to achieve excellent results.

Qualified applicants must also possess academic credentials that qualify for appointment as Full Professor in the Ladder Rank (Regular), In-Residence, or Clinical Investigator (Clinical_X) series at the University of California.

UCDSOM actively seeks candidates whose experience and interests are aligned with our commitment to diversity, inclusion, and excellence. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply, including women and members of groups traditionally underrepresented in executive leadership roles.

For full consideration, application materials must be received by March 31, 2020; however, the position will remain open until filled through April 30, 2020.

Qualified applicants must apply online at https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/JPF03414 by uploading the following materials:

* Cover Letter/Letter of Interest;
* Current CV;
* Contributions to Diversity Statement (for additional information please refer to: https://academicaffairs.ucdavis.edu/guidelines-writing-diversity-statement);
* Names and contact information of 5 professional references; and
* Authorization to Release Information Form (available at: https://aadocs.ucdavis.edu/your-resources/forms-and-checklists/forms/authorization-release-form.pdf)

About UC Davis School of Medicine
UC Davis School of Medicine (SOM) is a nation-leading academic and medical training institution. Nearly 1,000 studies are currently underway in basic-science, translational and clinical research areas funded by federal and state governments, the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, private foundations and philanthropy.

A few highlights include:

* The UC Davis Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) is one of the inaugural 12 sites funded in the United States and has been continuously funded since 2006.

* UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of fifty one cancer centers nationally designated comprehensive by the National Cancer Institute out of the nation's 1,400-plus cancer centers.

* The UC Davis MIND Institute includes one of 15 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Centers funded through the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

* The UC Davis California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) is one of seven such centers supported by the National Institutes of Health.

* The UC Davis Institute for Regenerative Cures is home to the Stem Cell Program and Gene Therapy Center. UC Davis currently has 41 active clinical trials using cell and/or gene therapy. The institute also houses the UC Davis Alpha Stem Cell Clinic, which is part of a top-tier California consortium to accelerate FDA-approved cell and gene therapies for humans.

* UC Davis researchers have unveiled human images from EXPLORER, the world's first total-body medical scanner.

* UC Davis SOM continues to improve health for all through the assistance of units such as the Center for Reducing Health Disparities, Center for Healthcare Policy and Research, Institute for Population Health Improvement and Center for Health and Technology.

* U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks UC Davis School of Medicine among the nation's best for primary care and research, including in the top 10 for primary care training.

* Faculty, alumni and community mentors prepare tomorrow's primary care physicians to help the underserved through special programs and tailored educational tracks such as Rural-PRIME, SJV-PRIME/REACH, TEACH-MS, Prep Medico and ACE-PC. (ACE-PC and Prep Medico are partnerships with The Permanente Medical Group.)

* Ten UC Davis SOM Departments rank in top 20 for National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding in NIH FY2018 (FY2019 BlueRidge ranking to be released in February of 2020.)

* UC Davis will invest $4 million over three years to launch four new research centers which include two affiliated with UC Davis Health - the UC Davis Gene Therapy Center and the Perinatal Origins of Disparity (POD) Center.

* Four UC Davis scientists and clinicians have received grants totaling $8.8 million from the California Department of Public Health to study the role of racial disparities, diabetes, diet and infection in Alzheimer's disease as part of a $21 million package of 11 Alzheimer's research grants statewide.

* A team of UC Davis Health scientists has been awarded a $1 million grant from the Keck Foundation to develop a tool for visualizing proteins that so far have been hard to study due to size. The principal investigator is Johannes Hell, professor in the Department of Pharmacology at UC Davis Health.

The School of Medicine Office of Research (SOMOR) manages research awards and proposals, oversees laboratory safety and research space, provides researchers with guidance and support for grant submissions and entrepreneurial initiatives and facilitates industry alliances.

Examples of recent office activities and initiatives are below:

* Supported growth of institutional training grants

* Moved responsibility for industry-sponsored clinical research contracts from the UC Davis Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research to the UC Davis Health System

* Initiated development of robust metrics to assess efficiency

* Represented the School of Medicine on campus-wide standing committees such as ACCD, Research Coordinating Committee, and Limited Submissions Committee

* Represented the SOM on ad hoc committees such as the Mouse Biology Program Review and the Core Facilities Funding Taskforce

* Established monthly meetings with the UC Davis Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research to engage the office on issues critical to the School of Medicine research enterprise

* Worked with the School of Veterinary Medicine, College of Engineering, College of Biological Sciences and Letters and Sciences on interdisciplinary, collaborative research programs

* Regular participation in the meeting of the Council of Chairs to ensure a broad communication and interaction between the Office of Research and all departments within the school

* Provided regular updates on School of Medicine Office of Research activities at the Basic Science Council and the Preclinical Chairs Meeting

* National participation in the AAMC GRAND and GREAT committees, focused on research deans and invited to join the GRAND Steering Committee

* Executed a Master Plan for research space, including space for several basic science department chairs and for a new Director for the Center for Neuroscience

* Participated in several high-level search committees, including department chairs and center directors

* Developed a program for entrepreneurship and industry collaborations

Additional information available at links below:

* https://health.ucdavis.edu/medresearch/

* https://health.ucdavis.edu/health-news/insideout/uc-davis-school-of-medicine-recognized-as-research-university-powerhouse/2019/02

* https://health.ucdavis.edu/health-news/medschool/school-of-medicine-receives-high-marks-in-new-us-news--world-report-rankings/2018/03

* https://health.ucdavis.edu/medschool/research/index.html

UC Davis commits to inclusion excellence by advancing equity, diversity and inclusion in all that we do. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, and particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ community members, and others who demonstrate the ability to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see: http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/4000376/NondiscrimAffirmAct. If you need accommodation due to a disability, please contact the recruiting department.

UC Davis and UC Davis Health System are smoke- and tobacco-free campuses. Smoking, the use of smokeless tobacco products, and the use of unregulated nicotine products (e-cigarettes) will be strictly prohibited on any property owned or leased by UC Davis and/or UC Davis Health System -- indoors and outdoors, including parking lots, industrial and residential space.

Under Federal law, the University of California may employ only individuals who are legally able to work in the United States as established by providing documents as specified in the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Certain positions funded by federal contracts or sub-contracts require the selected candidate to pass an E-Verify check. More information is available http://www.uscis.gov/e-verify.

For Ladder Rank faculty only:
The University of California is committed to creating and maintaining a community dedicated to the advancement, application, and transmission of knowledge and creative endeavors through academic excellence, where all individuals who participate in University programs and activities can work and learn together in a safe and secure environment, free of violence, harassment, discrimination, exploitation, or intimidation. With this commitment, UC Davis conducts a reference check on all finalists for tenured positions. The reference check involves contacting the administration of the applicant's previous institution(s) to ask whether there have been substantiated findings of misconduct that would violate the University's Faculty Code of Conduct. To implement this process, UC Davis requires all applicants for any open search for assistant/associate/full professor to complete, sign, and upload the form entitled Authorization to Release Information into RECRUIT as part of their application. If an applicant does not include the signed authorization with the application materials, the application will be considered incomplete, and as with any incomplete application, will not receive further consideration. Although all applicants for faculty recruitments must complete the entire application, only finalists considered for positions with tenure or security of employment will be subject to reference checks.

UC Davis supports Family-friendly recruitments. UC Davis covers travel expenses for a second person to accompany an invited faculty recruitment candidate who is a mother (or single parent of either gender)
of a breast or bottle-feeding child less than two years of age.
http://academicaffairs.ucdavis.edu/programs/work-life/index.html

UC Davis recognizes the necessity of supporting faculty with efforts to integrate work, family and other work-life considerations. To recruit and retain the best faculty, the campus sponsors a Work Life Program that provides programs and services that support faculty as they strive to honor their commitments to work, home and community. http://academicaffairs.ucdavis.edu/programs/work-life/index.html

The UC Davis Partner Opportunities Program (POP) is a service designed to support departments and deans offices in the recruitment and retention of outstanding faculty. Eligibility for POP services is limited, for full program details please visit http://academicaffairs.ucdavis.edu/programs/partner-opp/index.html.
For questions regarding how these policies/programs affect academic appointees, contact: (530) 752-7643

To apply, visit https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/JPF03414

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.


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18Bachelor of Science Respiratory
Location: San Bruno, CA 94066
Classified Bachelor of Science Respiratory Care Instructor (Full-time, Tenure-Track Faculty Position)

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014226F
Department: Sciences / Math / Technology SKY (DEPT)
Location: Skyline College
Position Number: 2F0162
Percentage of Full Time: The work year is 175 days (10 months of service).
FLSA: Exempt (does not accrue overtime)
Months per Year: 10
If other, please specify:
Salary Range: Initial placement with a Masters degree can range from $71,328 up to $89,496 per year; and a Ph.D. can range from $81,732 to $95,544 per year.
Note:
Min Salary:
Max Salary:
Position Type: Faculty Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Skyline College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 16,000 students each academic year. Skyline College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that it serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Skyline Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. An equity-minded individual is a person who already does or has demonstrated the desire to:

1) Understand the importance of holding ourselves accountable as educators for closing equity gaps and engaging in equitable practices;

2) Reframe inequities as a problem of practice and view the elimination of inequities as an individual and collective responsibility;

3) Encourage positive race-consciousness and embrace human difference;

4) Reflect on institutional and teaching practices and aim to make them more culturally responsive; and

5) Strategically build buy-in and participation among colleagues for equity-related initiatives.

The San Mateo County Community District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals. All departments strongly encourage collaboration across disciplines to create inclusive, integrated, and interdisciplinary learning experiences. College faculty are expected to be knowledgeable about, and willing to use, different learning and teaching methods appropriate to the students they serve.

The Position:
The College seeks a full-time, tenure track faculty member in Respiratory Care to provide leadership coordination and to teach in a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care (BSRC) Program within the California Community College system. The ideal candidate will share the College's commitment to educating a racially and socioeconomically diverse student population. Faculty will have the opportunity to influence the educational landscape for Respiratory Care Practitioners by providing adult learning and project based instructional delivery in collaboration with industry partners.
Start date of this assignment: Fall 2020.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Teach lecture/lab classes as assigned from the Respiratory Care Associate and Bachelor degree Department Curriculum

2. Assure compliance with the rules and regulations of the Committee on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) and the Respiratory Care Board of California (RCB) for the BSRC degree track

3. Maintain regular and effective contact with students and faculty. Facilitate an effective advisory committee for receiving input from representatives of community agencies

4. Coordinate BSRC college task-force and professional learning community supporting instruction and student success

5. Facilitate the recruitment, admission, and progress of BSRC students

6. Collaborate with Dean to coordinate and orient BSRC Respiratory Care faculty

7. Assist in curriculum revisions and new course development, department planning, and program review

8. Participate in the development and/or selection of course materials, equipment and technology that will enhance Respiratory Care offerings of the department

9. Participate, on an ongoing basis, in the development, assessment, and analysis of student learning outcomes in Respiratory Care

10. Participate in professional development to maintain expertise in current teaching and discipline technologies and pedagogies

11. Consult with students during regularly scheduled office hours

12. Serve as a member of division and college committees

13. Perform other duties as required by contract, collective bargaining agreement, and general institutional needs

14. Work evenings as needed

Minimum Qualifications:
Possession of a Masters degree or above from an accredited college or university plus two years of respiratory care experience AND two years of clinical or accredited respiratory care program teaching experience OR the equivalent (see below)

Eligible for licensure with the California Respiratory Care Board

Registered Respiratory Therapist with the National Board for Respiratory Care for a minimum of four years

Resident of California at time of employment

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

For persons applying for this position based on Equivalence, please answer the supplemental question on the online application choosing one or more of the following:
Degree Equivalence
The applicant possesses a degree(s) with similar content to those listed for the relevant discipline. The name of the degree is close to that specified on the Disciplines List but the degree either has a different title or area of expertise or the coursework is slightly different.
Academic Background Equivalence
Related to disciplines in which a Masters Degree is not generally expected or available. The applicant must have completed at least 24 semester units of coursework in the academic field and must possess at least the equivalent level of achievement and the equivalent in breadth, depth of understanding, and rigor in each of the following:

i) a broad cultural education usually met by the general education requirements for any Bachelors or Associates Degree, and

ii) a detailed study of the discipline in breadth, depth, and rigor, usually met by course work required for the degree major.
Professional Achievement Equivalence
The applicant must have completed the General Education requirements for that degree and show evidence of outstanding professional achievement and/or substantial training in the requested field. The applicant must submit substantial evidence, which demonstrates that his/her preparation, teaching experience, work experience, and ability are equivalent to those expected from a person who meets the minimum qualifications.

Physical Requirements:

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
The screening committee will select for interview candidates from among those applicants who, in addition to meeting the minimum requirements, give evidence of any or all of the following:
Subject matter preparation:
Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate:

1. Successful experience in respiratory care with demonstrated clinical and successful teaching experience or preparation to teach

2. Current knowledge of respiratory care in one or more specialty areas: adult critical care, neonatal/pediatric care, advanced respiratory care, case management, research, and/or leadership and management
Evidence of outstanding ability as a teacher and coordinator:
In addition to a short classroom lecture or lab demonstration that will be part of the interview process, appropriate evidence includes, but is not limited to, experience, training, or achievement that the candidate has:

3. An understanding and commitment to the role and purpose of the community college

4. Demonstrated ability to supervise students and work cooperatively with other health care providers and community partners

5. Active involvement in professional association(s) related to respiratory therapy

6. Strong organizational and leadership skills

7. Acceptance of the divisions commitment to established academic standards

8. Knowledge of current theories and teaching methods, especially in a culturally diverse student population

9. The ability to support diverse students ensuring equity through their educational experience

10. The ability to use medical and computer technologies as they apply to the teaching of respiratory care

11. The ability to use and develop teaching methods that emphasize cooperation and collaboration, and engage students actively in learning, encouraging them to become independent, creative learners with higher-order thinking skills

12. The ability to organize and explain materials in ways appropriate to students with different abilities, levels of preparation, and cultural experiences

13. The ability to develop instructional learning outcomes and to develop methods for assessing students achievement of these outcomes

14. The ability to organize and teach both theoretical and practical applications of the subject-matter in ways appropriate to students abilities

Preferred Qualifications:
Recent experience working with racially minoritized and other disproportionately-impacted students in the classroom and an understanding of how historical patterns of exclusion of these groups within higher education and particular fields shape patterns of participation and outcomes

Willingness to examine and remediate ones instructional, relational, and classroom practices to more effectively engage and support racially minoritized and other disproportionately impacted students

Experience and skill with addressing inequity in the classroom and on campus

Experience and expertise in culturally-responsive teaching in respiratory care

Demonstrated ability to address equity gaps within respiratory care courses and classrooms

Demonstrated knowledge of the implications of the Hispanic-Serving Institution designation for institutional, departmental and instructional practices

Membership and active involvement in state and national Respiratory Care professional organizations

Benefits:
Benefits include a choice of medical plans, dental coverage, vision care, sick leave, salary continuance insurance, and an optional tax-deferred flexible benefit plan. Coverage is offered for employees and all eligible dependents. Academic employees participate in the State Teachers Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California (no contributions to Social Security). Employees may also be eligible for various first-time homebuyer programs.

Open Date: 01/27/2020
First Review Date: 03/20/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position)

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and teaching experience (including courses taught), and other work experience

3. Undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts (copies accepted)

Unofficial copies of all undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts may be submitted with the application; official copies will be required at the time of the interview.

4. A cover letter that includes discussion of the following questions:

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

Think of the most successful class you have taught. What were the key factors in creating that success for racially-minoritized and other underserved disproportionately disadvantaged students?

How is your teaching approach culturally-responsive to the students you serve?

If you have any questions regarding your application, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555 Fax (650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
Foreign Education completed outside of the United States must be deemed equivalent to that gained in conventional/accredited U.S. education programs in order for it to be considered for the satisfaction of minimum qualifications. Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by a U.S.-based credentials evaluation service. The District currently accepts evaluations from agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
.
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
.
5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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


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19Chemistry Instructor (Full-time,
Location: San Bruno, CA 94066
Classified Chemistry Instructor (Full-time, Temporary, Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Position)

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014225F
Department: Sciences / Math / Technology SKY (DEPT)
Location: Skyline College
Position Number: TBD
Percentage of Full Time: The work year is 175 days (10 months of service).
FLSA: Exempt (does not accrue overtime)
Months per Year: 10
If other, please specify:
Salary Range: Initial placement with a Masters degree can range from $71,328 up to $89,496 per year; and a Ph.D. can range from $81,732 to $95,544 per year.
Note:
Min Salary:
Max Salary:
Position Type: Faculty Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Skyline College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 16,000 students each academic year. Skyline College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that it serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Skyline Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. An equity-minded individual is a person who already does or has demonstrated the desire to:

1) Understand the importance of holding ourselves accountable as educators for closing equity gaps and engaging in equitable practices;

2) Reframe inequities as a problem of practice and view the elimination of inequities as an individual and collective responsibility;

3) Encourage positive race-consciousness and embrace human difference;

4) Reflect on institutional and teaching practices and aim to make them more culturally responsive; and

5) Strategically build buy-in and participation among colleagues for equity-related initiatives.

The San Mateo County Community District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals. All departments strongly encourage collaboration across disciplines to create inclusive, integrated, and interdisciplinary learning experiences. College faculty are expected to be knowledgeable about, and willing to use, different learning and teaching methods appropriate to the students they serve.

The Position:
The College seeks a full-time, temporary, non-tenure track faculty member in Chemistry. The ideal candidate will share the College's commitment to educating a racially and socioeconomically diverse student population.
Start date of this assignment: Fall 2020.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Teach lecture/lab classes as assigned from the regular Chemistry Department Curriculum

2. Assist in curriculum revisions and new course development, department planning, and program review

3. Participate in the development and/or selection of course materials, equipment, and technology that will enhance Chemistry offerings of the department

4. Participate, on an ongoing basis, in the development, assessment, and analysis of student learning outcomes in Chemistry

5. Maintain expertise in current teaching and discipline technologies

6. Consult with students during regularly scheduled office hours

7. Serve as a member of division and college committees

8. Perform other duties as required by contract, collective bargaining agreement, and general institutional needs in a timely manner

9. The college offers day and evening classes, and faculty may be required to teach a class in the evening

Minimum Qualifications:
Masters or above in chemistry OR Bachelors in chemistry or biochemistry AND a Masters or above in biochemistry, chemical engineering, chemical physics, physics, molecular biology, or geochemistry, OR the equivalent (see below)

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as these factors relate to the need for equity minded-practice both within and outside of the classroom

For persons applying for this position based on Equivalence, please answer the supplemental question on the online application indicating one or more of the following:
Degree Equivalence
The applicant possesses a degree(s) with similar content to those listed for the relevant discipline. The name of the degree is close to that specified on the Disciplines List but the degree either has a different title or area of expertise or the coursework is slightly different.
Academic Background Equivalence
Related to disciplines in which a Masters Degree is not generally expected or available. The applicant must have completed at least 24 semester units of coursework in the academic field and must possess at least the equivalent level of achievement and the equivalent in breadth, depth of understanding, and rigor in each of the following:

i) a broad cultural education usually met by the general education requirements for any Bachelors or Associates Degree, and

ii) a detailed study of the discipline in breadth, depth, and rigor, usually met by course work required for the degree major.
Professional Achievement Equivalence
The applicant must have completed the General Education requirements for that degree and show evidence of outstanding professional achievement and/or substantial training in the requested field. The applicant must submit substantial evidence, which demonstrates that his/her preparation, teaching experience, work experience, and ability are equivalent to those expected from a person who meets the minimum qualifications.

Physical Requirements:

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Subject matter preparation:
1. Recent successful experience in teaching, or preparation to teach, college-level courses in Chemistry, including General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Analytical Instrumentation, and Chemical Laboratory Technology

2. Prior working experience in an industry setting is highly desirable, but not necessary
Evidence of outstanding ability as a teacher:
Appropriate evidence includes, but is not limited to, experience, training, or achievement that the candidate has:

3. A commitment to staying abreast with the latest developments in chemistry

4. The ability to reflect on and evaluate ones pedagogy and to examine its effect critically

5. The ability to organize and explain materials in ways appropriate to students abilities and learning styles in both developmental and transfer courses

6. The ability to use teaching methods that engage students actively in their own learning, promote development of critical thinking skills, and encourage them to become lifelong learners

7. The ability to use instructional methods that emphasize cooperation and collaboration and that reflect cultural sensitivity and interdisciplinary approaches to the subject matter

8. The ability to motivate students from a broad spectrum of cultural, academic, socioeconomic, and language backgrounds

9. The ability to develop student learning outcomes and to develop methods for assessing students achievement of those outcomes

10. The enthusiasm for, understanding of, and commitment to the role and purpose of the community college

11. A familiarity with and willingness to expand the use of technology in chemistry education, including online instruction

12. A commitment to the teaching profession, its goals and ideals, and enthusiasm for the mission of the community college
Evidence of effectiveness as a colleague:
13. The ability, initiative, and commitment to work collaboratively with faculty and staff in the spirit of collegiality and innovation to enhance instruction, curriculum, and student success

14. Commitment to professional responsibilities outside of the classroom through enthusiastic contributions to department, division and college activities

Preferred Qualifications:
Recent experience working with racially minoritized and other disproportionately-impacted students in the classroom and an understanding of how historical patterns of exclusion of these groups within higher education and particular fields shape patterns of participation and outcomes

Willingness to examine and remediate ones instructional, relational, and classroom practices to more effectively engage and support racially minoritized and other disproportionately impacted students

Experience and skill with addressing inequity in the classroom and on campus

Experience and expertise in culturally-responsive teaching in chemistry

Demonstrated ability to address equity gaps within chemistry courses and classrooms

Demonstrated knowledge of the implications of the Hispanic-Serving Institution designation for institutional, departmental and instructional practices

Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Academic employees participate in the State Teachers Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California (no contributions to Social Security). Optional tax-deferred 403(b) and 457 retirement plans are also available.

Open Date: 01/27/2020
First Review Date: 03/13/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position)

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and teaching experience (including courses taught), and other work experience

3. Undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts (copies accepted)

Unofficial copies of all undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts may be submitted with the application; official copies will be required at the time of the interview.

4. A cover letter that includes discussion of the following questions:

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

Think of the most successful class you have taught. What were the key factors in creating that success for racially-minoritized and other underserved disproportionately disadvantaged students?

How is your teaching approach culturally-responsive to the students you serve?

If you have any questions regarding your application, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555 Fax (650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
Foreign Education completed outside of the United States must be deemed equivalent to that gained in conventional/accredited U.S. education programs in order for it to be considered for the satisfaction of minimum qualifications. Foreign transcripts must be translated and evaluated by a U.S.-based credentials evaluation service. The District currently accepts evaluations from agencies approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
.
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
.
5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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


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20Automotive Technician
Location: San Bruno, CA 94066
Classified Automotive Technician

San Mateo County Community College District

Posting Number: 2014911S
Department: Automotive SKY (DEPT)
Location: Skyline College
Position Number: 2C0226
Percentage of Full Time: 100%
FLSA: Non-Exempt (accrues overtime)
Months per Year: 12
If other, please specify:
Salary Range:
Note:
Min Salary: $61,344 (annual)
Max Salary: $78,396 (annual)
Position Type: Classified Positions

Who We Are:
The San Mateo County Community District is committed to achieving educational equity for all students. As outlined in the Districts Strategic Plan, success, equity, and social justice for our students are longstanding goals. The Districts Students First Strategic Plan is focused on Student Success, Equity and Social Justice. We provide students with a rich and dynamic learning experience that embraces differences emphasizing collaboration and engaging students in and out of the classroom, encouraging them to realize their goals, and to become global citizens and socially responsible leaders. When you join our team at San Mateo County Community College District, you can expect to be part of an inclusive, innovative and equity-focused community that approaches higher education as a matter of social justice that requires broad collaboration among faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners.

The College and the District:
Skyline College is part of the San Mateo County Community College District and is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), enrolling approximately 16,000 students each academic year. Skyline College has a diverse student population that is a reflection of the communities that it serves. Detailed information about the student population, including data related to student success, can be found on Skyline Colleges Office of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness (PRIE) website.

Who We Want:
We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities and orientations. Therefore, we prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits diversity brings to a professional educational community. The successful candidate will be an equity-minded individual committed to collaborating with faculty, classified staff, administration, students and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps. The San Mateo County Community College District seeks employees who value mentorship and working in a collegial, collaborative environment, guided by a commitment to helping all students achieve their educational goals

The Position:
The Automotive Technician performs technical work involving the operation, scheduling, delivery, inventory, storage, maintenance, and repair of instructional automotive technology equipment, including organizing, coordinating, and maintaining the automotive program inventory. Under general direction, the employee performs a variety of preparatory work and planning, supervises students in the lab, tutors students, and assists students with registration, class selection, and referrals to other campus services. The position includes responsibility for constructing component demonstration models, maintaining a reference library, conducting inventories of supplies and materials, overseeing subcontractors, stocking materials, overseeing hazardous waste storage and disposal, maintaining and repairing the automobile fleet and other equipment used by students in the classrooms and laboratories, and conducting outreach activities to recruit students into the program. Public contact is extensive, primarily involving faculty and students for the purpose of providing safety and procedural information concerning automotive operations and supplies. A moderate to high degree of independent judgment and creativity are required to apply safety and other policies and procedures related to laboratory equipment and other supplies, and to resolve frequent minor and occasional major problems that arise. Consequences of errors in judgment could be costly in student and employee safety, employee time and money; however, clearly prescribed procedures and other controls limit the risk of serious errors. An Automotive Technician can direct the work of student assistants as assigned.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The duties below are representative of the duties of the classification and are not intended to cover all of the duties performed by the incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this classification.

1. Exchanges information with faculty, students, staff, vendors, other educational institutions and organizations concerning Automotive Program operations, inventory, safety issues, equipment, and supplies

2. Confers with and provides support to faculty regarding development and modification of laboratory teaching materials, laboratory and classroom set-ups, student safety, planned instructional and other laboratory activities

3. Attends meetings, workshops and other events to obtain current automotive-related information and resources

4. Directs and participates in preparing demonstrations and presentations to students

5. Sets up, schedules, and coordinates the use of laboratory and demonstration equipment

6. Conducts inventories of supplies, including tools, consumables, and service teams

7. Oversees subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers in laboratory and classroom settings

8. Stocks automotive materials and orders supplies, tools, consumables, service items, automotive parts, diagnostic equipment, and peripherals

9. Oversees hazardous waste storage and disposal, as well as the collection and storage of hazardous materials (i.e. gasoline, transmission fluid, brake fluid, lubricants, etc.) according to OSHA and San Mateo County standards

10. Sets up and maintains online and manual files and records of waste disposal and updates for SDS materials

11. Performs bookkeeping for various accounts, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, and the Automotive Technician Club and other department accounts, which consists of processing transfers, daily deposits, petty cash, and donations

12. Maintains a department fleet of approximately 100 automobiles by mounting tires, repairing tires, servicing and replacing batteries, changing oil, replacing worn or broken components, and removing accessories

13. Dismantles automobiles no longer in use by removing engines, drive trains, transmissions, seats, carpets, headliners, glass, electrical wiring and components, and body panels and properly disposes of parts and pieces

14. Maintains equipment used in laboratories and classrooms

15. Calibrates and tests equipment, such as BAR 97 smog machines, gas analyzers, dynamometers, precision measurement equipment, welding equipment (MIG and 02/Acetylene), hot tank, parts washers, bead blasting equipment, air compressor, brake washers, lift equipment (twin post and single post hydraulic, and wheel contact air operated lifts)

16. Orders parts, accessories, and equipment as needed

17. Uses a variety of computer software to track expenditures, preventative maintenance and other usage schedules and logs, resources, vendor lists, and other data

18. Compiles data for, and prepares special and regular reports as assigned

19. Participates in college outreach programs for the purpose of recruiting new students into the program

20. Performs other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
A combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associates degree preferably in automotive technology

Successful work experience, including a minimum of four years in a professional automotive service and repair business

Demonstrated knowledge of applicable regulatory and other safety policies and procedures

Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff

Demonstrated skill in written and oral communication, including public speaking

Experience with the organization and maintenance of electronic and manual files, inventories, and records

Experience with the use of a variety of computer software to compose and prepare spreadsheets, reports, presentations, databases, and other written materials

Physical Requirements:
This classification requires visual comparison and acuity; manual dexterity; heavy lifting; bending, stooping, pulling, pushing, reaching overhead, moving objects of moderate weight, kneeling; exposure to chemicals, dust, odors and fumes; and ability to actively listen in order to perform the essential functions.

Equivalence to Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of technical laboratory operational procedures, equipment, materials, and supplies related to automotive technology

2. Knowledge of required laboratory policies, procedures and regulations related to automotive occupational safety, cleanliness and sanitation

3. Knowledge of state regulations regarding hazardous waste

4. Skill in use of Microsoft Office Suite and service writing software in order to track, format, and report detailed data and customer work orders

5. Skill in respectful, tactful and sensitive interaction with people who are diverse in their academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds

6. Skill in organizing, sorting, categorizing and accurately retrieving a variety of materials, supplies, and equipment

7. Skill in oral communication, including public speaking and in giving clear and concise instructions

8. Skill in written communication

9. Skill in training and leading the work of others

10. Skill in organizing data, setting up, tracking, and maintaining data in electronic and manual files

11. Skill in working accurately and safely under deadline pressure

12. Skill in scheduling, coordinating, and performing specialized and technical duties to assure efficient operations

13. Ability to coordinate, anticipate, and resolve workload issues and problems

14. Ability to follow detailed oral and written instructions

15. Ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently

16. Skill in online automotive related research

Preferred Qualifications:
Basic welding skills
Ability to operate a forklift
ASE G1 certification
Additional ASE certification

Benefits:
Benefits include paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. The District pays all or a portion of monthly medical plan premiums (depending on the coverage) and pays all of the monthly dental and vision plan premiums for employees and eligible dependents. Additional paid benefits include life insurance, salary continuance insurance, and an Employee Assistance Program. Classified employees participate in the Public Employees Retirement System, a defined-benefit retirement plan through the State of California. Optional tax-deferred 403(b) and 457 retirement plans are also available.

Open Date: 02/03/2020
First Review Date: 03/26/2020
Close Date:
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions Summary:
Required Application Materials
All applicants are required to submit:

1. A completed online District application form (go to https://jobs.smccd.edu to complete the application and to apply for this position).

2. A resume that details all relevant education, training, and other work experience.

3. A cover letter of no more than 3 pages that addresses the applicants cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty, and staff as well as the applicants qualifications as they relate to the requirements, knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in this announcement.

Candidates for interview will be selected from among those who most closely meet the requirements and knowledge, skills and abilities. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview. As part of the interview process, candidates may be asked to demonstrate job-related knowledge and skills.

For questions related to this posting, please contact:

SMCCCD Office of Human Resources
3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo, CA 94402
Tel.: (650) 574-6555
Fax:(650) 574-6574
Web Page: www.smccd.edu/hr

Conditions of Employment:
Prior to employment, the selected candidate will be required to complete the following:

1. Submit official transcripts (applies to all faculty or educational administrative positions)
2. Submit verifications of prior employment
3. Satisfactory references
4. Successfully being cleared for employment through the background checking process
In addition to background checks, the District may review publicly available information about a candidate on the Internet. If a candidate is aware of incorrect or inaccurate information that is available on the Internet, the candidate is welcome to address such an issue with the Office of Human Resources.
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5. Present original documents for proof of eligibility to work in the United States
6. Approval of your employment by the SMCCCD Board of Trustees
7. Provide a certificate of Tuberculosis exam for initial employment.
8. Have fingerprints taken by a Live Scan computer (Clearance must be received prior to first day of employment). Please note that the California Education Code requires, in part, that community college districts shall not employ or retain in employment persons in public school service who have been convicted of certain felonies, a misdemeanor drug charge (including alcohol offenses) or misdemeanor moral turpitude (sexual offense) crime. However, consideration may be given to those whose drug convictions occurred more than five years ago. A conviction for other crimes may not necessarily disqualify you from the job for which you may be applying.

EEO Statement:
The San Mateo County Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ individuals who represent the rich diversity of cultures, language groups, and abilities of its surrounding communities.

Accommodations:
Applicants who have disabilities may request that special accommodations be made in order to complete the selection process. Accommodation request forms and a copy of the Americans with Disabilities Act applicant procedures are available in the Office of Human Resources.

Annual Security Report:
San Mateo County Community College Districts (SMCCCD) 2019 Annual Security Report (ASR), required by the Clery Act, includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by SMCCCD; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from SMCCCD. Our 2019 Annual Security Report also outlines various campus safety and security policies, such as those concerning crime reporting, prevention and response to sexual and gender violence, alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, emergency response and evacuation procedures, and other matters. The 2019 Annual Security Report also includes important tips to help every member of the community remain safe and avoid becoming a victim of crime. The 2019 Annual Security Report is now available. You can also obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Department of Public Safety at the District Office or any of the three Campuses (650) 738-7000.

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


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