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1DELIVERY DRIVER
Location: Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Classified OFFICE -FT/PT Invoicing / Data Entry Starting $12.00/hr Mon, Tues: FT Wed, Thurs, Fri: PT Hours Negotiable speak some English. Call Andrea 847-981-9342

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2Dir. of Manufacturing
Location: Columbia, MD 21044
Classified Dir. of Manufacturing Technology Baltimore, MD Blueprint Robotics, Inc. seeks Director of Manufacturing Technology to direct, plan, and implement activities involving Weinmann CNC (computer numerical control) manufacturing equipment. Please see http://www.blueprint-robotics.com/careers/ for full desc. of duties, reqs., and app. instructions.  Read More
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3CNAs For Annie Gilliam
Location: Columbia, MD 21044
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4Lecturer, Structured Liberal Edu
Location: Stanford, CA 94305
Classified Lecturer, Structured Liberal Education, Stanford University

Stanford University seeks one full-time Lecturer for the program in Structured Liberal Education (SLE) within Residential Programs (ResPro) in the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE). This is a one year fixed term appointment beginning September 1, 2019 - August 31, 2020, with the possibility of renewal for up to three additional years.

SLE is a residence-based humanities program that encourages students to live a life of ideas in an atmosphere that emphasizes critical thinking and interpretation. Focusing on important works of philosophy, religion, literature, painting, and film drawn largely, but not exclusively, from the Western tradition, the SLE curriculum places particular emphasis on artists and intellectuals who brought new ways of thinking and new ways of creating into the world, often overthrowing prior traditions in the process. Students in the program draw connections between issues raised in the course and contemporary concerns about social justice, inequality, and identity politics - these connections and the resulting discussions about the legacy of the Western tradition, constitute a core aspect of the course and of the residential learning experience.

Instruction includes the following: three lectures each week, usually by Stanford faculty members; two weekly seminar meetings; ad hoc meetings between first year students and assigned upperclassmen who serve as their writing tutors; a weekly film or special event; and a considerable amount of informal interaction in the SLE dormitory environment.

The SLE Lecturer is a full-time position that involves leading the two weekly seminars (with the same group of about fifteen students in both), attending all of the lectures, commenting on up to three papers each term (both in writing and in one-to-one meetings with the students) , and assuming some administrative tasks. They are also expected to have general participation in the life of the program and the residence in which the program is embedded (although SLE Lecturers do not live in the residence, they are fully participating members of the residential experience). A SLE Lecturer may be called upon to deliver at least one lecture to the class. They work closely as a team with the Director of the Program (a Stanford faculty member), the upper-class tutors assigned to their seminars, and partly with participating Stanford faculty.

Qualifications
Candidates should have a Ph.D. (filed no later than June 30, 2019), a strong record of humanities scholarship and evidence of teaching excellence.

Application Instructions
To learn more about Structured Liberal Education, please visit our website at http://sle.stanford.edu. If you have questions about SLE or the Lecturer position, write to Jeremy Sabol, jsabol@stanford.edu . To apply and view a more detailed job description, please follow the instructions found at: https://apply.interfolio.com/59024

Please submit (1) A letter of application that addresses (a) all aspects of your qualifications; (b) your preparation for teaching in a residential humanities program; (c) your preparation for helping undergraduates draw connections between pre-modern texts and contemporary concerns; and (d) your experience with writing instruction; (2) a teaching statement that describes your teaching philosophy; (3) teaching evaluations (preferably from students and/or peers); (4) a curriculum vitae, and (5) three letters of reference, with at least one reference describing the status of your dissertation progress.

For full consideration, all applications must be uploaded to Interfolio. The deadline for applications is February 29, 2019 at 11:59:59 PM Eastern Time.

Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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


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5Residential Education Specialist
Location: University Park, PA 16802
Classified Residential Education Specialist 3 (Area Coordinator)

Responsible to an Assistant Director of Residence Life for supervising a staff of up to five Coordinators, as well as overseeing the daily activities of a residence hall area housing up to 4,400 students. Assist with one or two of the following central tasks: Stall Stories, Second Year Mentoring, professional staff pre-fall training, diversity initiatives, social media/digital marketing, admissions and print media, podcasting and online education. Responsible for supervising a portion of the summer school program. Respond to and follow-up on student conflicts and crisis situations. Depending on the location, implement programs and activities for a variety of environments including first year experience, sororities, academic/theme focused, apartments, graduate student and family living. Assist with student discipline. Share central staff duty and area duty as needed. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The successful candidate will have experience with residence life staff supervision and possess an understanding of college student development theory. Must demonstrate a commitment to the development of a community where diversity, cocurriculum, and sustainability are valued. This is not a live-in job; required to be part of an on call duty rotation and live within 15 miles of campus. Driver's license preferred. If operating a University vehicle for this position, candidate will be required to successfully complete a motor vehicle records check as well as standard background checks. The start date is as soon as possible.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/84860

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


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6Vice President for Diversity, In
Location: Framingham, MA 01701
Classified Framingham State University
Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement

Framingham State University invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement. The Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion & Community Engagement provides broad vision, leadership, management, counsel, and strategic planning to enhance the learning, living, and working community of all campus members. The Vice President works closely with senior leadership and other campus constituents to plan and implement measures to achieve success, excellence, and inclusion for all students and employees, and to strategically position the University for the coming decade. The Vice President also provides leadership resulting in increased advocacy, partnerships, alliances and support, through engagement and outreach with external groups (industries, schools, and community-based organizations). The Vice President oversees initiatives to engage diverse external constituencies for the development and support of underserved communities throughout the region and helps FSU to identify strategic opportunities for collaborations that benefit the greater community. The Vice President reports directly to the President and is a member of the President's Cabinet. The Vice President supervises the Center for Inclusive Excellence, the MetroWest College Planning Center, and serves as Chair of the university-wide Council on Diversity & Inclusion.

Framingham State University is a vibrant comprehensive liberal arts institution in the MetroWest region of Massachusetts. FSU integrates an academically challenging liberal arts education with workforce preparation programs. FSU takes pride in empowering student success by providing a superior education, leading research and innovation opportunities, and a strong first-year experience. Founded in 1839, FSU enrolls about 4,000 undergraduates and 1,500 graduate and professional students. Framingham State University is deeply committed to inclusive excellence, encourages a supportive, diverse and collaborative learning environment, and provides a culturally relevant education. FSU offers 36 bachelor's degrees with 57 specialized concentrations, 63 minors, and 24 master's degree programs in a highly personalized teaching environment. FSU employs about 334 faculty members, 89% of whom have terminal degrees. See our Quick Facts (https://www.framingham.edu/about-fsu/) for more information about FSU and its distinctions and honors.

Framingham State University is led by Dr. F. Javier Cevallos, an experienced and nationally renowned university president. He began his tenure as President of FSU in 2014. Dr. Cevallos (https://www.framingham.edu/about-fsu/presidents-office/index) has attracted an experienced and dedicated team of senior leaders (https://www.framingham.edu/about-fsu/presidents-office/executive-staff/index), who work cohesively to achieve FSU vision, mission and goals.

Candidates for this position must have at least a master's degree, with an earned doctorate or equivalent terminal degree in a relevant field preferred. Candidates must also have knowledge of national best practices and theory with regard to organizational diversity and inclusion, human development, training, and change management. The successful candidate will also possess many of the highly desired qualifications and experiences which are specified in the full prospectus for this opportunity.

The successful candidate will be joining a highly talented leadership and faculty team. Framingham State University has a strong history and is growing, diversifying, innovating and expanding its impact locally, regionally and internationally. There will be many exciting leadership opportunities and challenges for the next Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement, which are also addressed in the full prospectus for this opportunity.
Full information about this opportunity may be viewed on the Academic Search webpage (http://www.Academic-Search.com) by clicking on the Current Searches tab and locating this opportunity.

Expressions of interest, requests for confidential discussions, nominations and applications for this opportunity are invited. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by Friday, February 15, 2019. All submissions will be treated in confidence and must be sent electronically to: FraminghamCDO@academic-search.com. The University is being assisted in this search by Academic Search, Inc. For confidential discussions about this opportunity, please contact Sidney Ribeau, Senior Consultant, at sar@academic-search.com or William Howard, Vice President and Senior Consultant, at wfh@academic-search.com.

Framingham State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Members of underrepresented groups, minorities, women, veterans, persons with disabilities, and all persons committed to diversity and inclusive excellence are strongly encouraged to apply.

Framingham State University understands that persons with specific disabilities may need assistance with the job application process and/or with the interview process. For confidential assistance, please contact the Human Resources Office at 508-626-4530 or humanresources@framingham.edu.


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7Provost and Vice President for A
Location: Framingham, MA 01701
Classified Framingham State University
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Framingham State University invites applications and nominations for the position of Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. This leader serves as FSU's chief academic officer, providing leadership and oversight for all academic programs and centers; coordinating strategic planning and initiatives; promoting faculty excellence in teaching, scholarship, advising, and service; and expanding opportunities for engagement and outreach in the local, state, national, and global domains. The Provost reports directly to the President, is a member of the President's executive staff and cabinet, plays a central role in institutional decisions, and leads faculty and all units within Academic Affairs to create, implement and support an academic vision of excellence and student success for the University.

Framingham State University is a vibrant comprehensive liberal arts institution in the MetroWest region of Massachusetts. FSU integrates an academically challenging liberal arts education with workforce preparation programs. FSU takes pride in empowering student success by providing a superior education, leading research and innovation opportunities, and a strong first-year experience. Founded in 1839, FSU enrolls about 4,000 undergraduates and 1,500 graduate and professional students. Framingham State University is deeply committed to inclusive excellence, encourages a supportive, diverse and collaborative learning environment, and provides a culturally relevant education. FSU offers 36 bachelor's degrees with 57 specialized concentrations, 63 minors, and 24 master's degree programs in a highly personalized teaching environment. FSU employs about 334 faculty members, 89% of whom have terminal degrees. See our Quick Facts (https://www.framingham.edu/about-fsu/) for more information about FSU and its distinctions and honors.

Framingham State University is led by Dr. F. Javier Cevallos, an experienced and nationally renowned university president. He began his tenure as President of FSU in 2014. Dr. Cevallos (https://www.framingham.edu/about-fsu/presidents-office/index) has attracted an experienced and dedicated team of senior leaders (https://www.framingham.edu/about-fsu/presidents-office/executive-staff/index), who work cohesively to achieve FSU vision, mission and goals.

Candidates for this position must have an earned doctorate or appropriate terminal degree, national distinction as a scholar and educator, and substantial senior-level administrative experience in higher education relevant to a teaching-oriented university. The successful candidate will also possess many of the highly desired values and leadership talents, higher education leadership skills and experiences, and academic administration experience and abilities which are specified in the full prospectus for this opportunity.

The successful candidate will be joining a highly talented leadership and faculty team. Framingham State University has a strong history and is growing, diversifying, innovating and expanding its impact locally, regionally and internationally. There will be many exciting leadership opportunities and challenges for the next Provost, which are also addressed in the full prospectus for this opportunity.

Full information about this opportunity may be viewed on the Academic Search webpage (http://www.Academic-Search.com) by clicking on the Current Searches tab and locating this opportunity.

Expressions of interest, requests for confidential discussions, nominations and applications for this opportunity are invited. To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by Friday, February 15, 2019. All submissions will be treated in confidence and must be sent electronically to: FraminghamProvost@academic-search.com. The University is being assisted in this search by Academic Search, Inc. For confidential discussions about this opportunity, please contact William Howard, Vice President and Senior Consultant, at wfh@academic-search.com, or Sidney Ribeau, Senior Consultant, at sar@academic-search.com.

Framingham State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Members of underrepresented groups, minorities, women, veterans, persons with disabilities, and all persons committed to diversity and inclusive excellence are strongly encouraged to apply.

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8PTBi-CA Faculty Positions
Location: San Francisco, CA 94143
Classified The UCSF Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences (OBGYNRS) and California Preterm Birth Initiative (PTBi-CA) announce a search for two faculty positions. We are seeking basic, clinical or social scientists with established or promising research programs to bring their diverse expertise and join us in a community-partnered, cell-to-society research enterprise aimed at eliminating disparities in preterm birth and improving outcomes for babies born preterm and their families.

PTBi-CA is a philanthropically funded, multi-year research effort working to reduce the burden of prematurity in California. PTBi-CA engages in holistic, place-based, health-equity focused transdisciplinary research across the reproductive life course. PTBi-CA takes a transdisciplinary approach, bringing together UCSF researchers from across numerous specialties and disciplines (e.g., medicine, nursing, epidemiology, public health), public health agencies, and community leaders to work in direct partnership with Black and Latinx communities and others who are at greatest risk for preterm birth in California. We rely on the wisdom of mothers who have experienced preterm birth and the clinical providers who treat them at all phases of the research process - from developing the research agenda to sharing the results.

We are particularly interested in increasing the diversity of our faculty and strengthening our research PTBi-CA Research Portfolio in the following areas:

1. Discovery research that is aimed at understanding the interconnected factors that exacerbate or reduce the risk of preterm birth and will lead to novel place-based interventions that address biological and social determinants of poor pregnancy and birth outcomes.
2. Interventions research across the reproductive life course (from adolescence to menopause) that will provide innovative approaches to implementation of effective interventions or that tests new interventions to reduce disparities in preterm birth rates and improve birth outcomes.
3. Health and racial equity-focused policy research that addresses the social determinants of health and structural racism and their impact on women of color, lower income women, and their families.

Required Qualifications:
Doctoral degree.
An established or developing program of research relevant to preventing preterm birth or improving outcomes for babies born preterm and their families.
Outstanding oral/written communication skills.
A commitment to reducing disparities in preterm birth and associated outcomes.
For an Associate or Full Professor-level candidate : Candidates also must have a demonstrated leadership role at their current organization.

Preferred:
A track record in health equity-focused or health disparities research.
A sustained record of extramural funding for research and a strong peer-reviewed publication record.

Major Areas of Responsibility:
1. Develop and lead a robust transdisciplinary and community-partnered discovery, interventions or policy research program, with the specific focus to be determined by the incumbent in alignment with the aims of PTBi-CA.
2. Collaborate effectively with local transdisciplinary researchers, clinicians, public health teams, policy-makers and community-based organizations and individuals and families affected by preterm birth that include but are not limited to communities in San Francisco, Oakland, or Fresno, CA.
3. Contribute to the leadership and direction of PTBi-CA as a member of the core faculty.
4. Contribute to teaching or mentorship of students and trainees.
5. Participate in university and community service and engage in professional activities at local, regional, national or international levels.

Appointments will be at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor rank. Opportunities for clinical practice may be available, as desired. Attractive startup packages provided through PTBi-CA. A complete application will include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research, statement of teaching/mentoring, statement of Contributions to Diversity , copies of key publications and three reference contacts.

Submit Applications at the following link https://aprecruit.ucsf.edu/apply/JPF02039. Cover letter should be addressed to Dr. Miriam Kuppermann, Chair, Search Committee, OBGYN Department staff contact for application questions is Rita Wasley, email Rita.Wasley@ucsf.edu. This position is open until filled. Please apply by February 15, 2019 to ensure full consideration.

UC San Francisco seeks candidates whose experience, teaching, research, or community service that has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.

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


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9Dean of the School of Nursing an
Location: Chicago, IL 60655
Classified Saint Xavier University
Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Saint Xavier University, in Chicago, invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. The position is available July 1, 2019.

Saint Xavier University (SXU) is a distinguished four-year, private Catholic institution located in a residential neighborhood on the southwest side of Chicago. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1846 and chartered in 1847, Saint Xavier holds the distinctions of being Chicago's first Catholic university.

This is an exciting opportunity to lead the School of Nursing and Health Sciences (SONHS), recognized for excellence by both national and regional organizations, in the heart of one of the country's great metropolitan centers. The SONHS encompasses the School of Nursing, and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, as well as additional programs in Exercise Science, Sports and Fitness Administration and Gerontology Studies. The SONHS' administrative structure now also includes the Saint Xavier University Health Center, which serves the needs of students, faculty, staff and the community, and the Ludden Speech and Language Clinic. The SONHS is one of only three Chicago area nursing programs that has been designated by the National League for Nursing as a Center of Excellence in nursing education for efforts in creating and sustaining an environment that enhances student learning and professional development within a culture of intentional caring; and in 2018 it became one of only five schools nationwide to have received this designation for a fourth consecutive time.

The new Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences will hold an earned doctorate (or the equivalent professional degree) and be eligible for appointment at the rank of professor with tenure. For additional information about this opportunity, please review the position profile, which includes a full list of required and desired characteristics as well as the leadership agenda for the new dean, at http://www.academic-search.com under the "Current Searches" tab.

Application and Nomination Procedure
The search is being assisted by Academic Search, Inc. To arrange a confidential conversation about this position please contact the senior consultant facilitating the search, Dr. Eric Richtmyer, at ewr@academic-search.com. Phone inquiries can be made at 202-332-4049. The position is open until filled, but only applications received on or before March 1, 2019 can be assured full consideration.

Application materials should include a cover letter addressing the leadership agenda and qualifications/characteristics listed in the position profile, a current vita, and the names and contact information for five professional references (with a brief note explaining their relationship to the candidate). References will not be contacted without first notifying and receiving permission from candidates. Nominations and application materials should be sent to: SXUSONHS@academic-search.com.

Saint Xavier University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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10Vice President for Student Affai
Classified Vice President for Student Affairs

The Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Utah is the Senior Student Affairs Officer, providing visionary leadership and modeling outstandingpartnerships throughout the University, Salt Lake City and the state of Utah. Reporting to the President, and representing the Division of Student Affairs as amember of the Cabinet, the Vice President leads initiatives to provide the highest quality programs and services for student success and wellbeing.

The University of Utah, the state's flagship campus, serves more than 32,000 students and the Vice President must have outstanding knowledge and expertise aligned withthe broad and demanding Student Affairs portfolio. Visible leadership experience in an environment with a highly competitive student body, the ability to buildextensive relationships on and off campus, and an outstanding foundation in Student Affairs and higher education are necessary for successful applicants.Appreciation of past successes of the Division combined with excellent imagination about the future needs and expectations of a growing student body isrequired. Strong expertise, creativity, and a willingness to foster and support innovation will position the new Vice President to meet the changing needs at theUniversity while building upon and creating a dynamic experience for students at all levels.

Leading a staff of 30 departments and more than 300 professional staff, the Vice President's commitment to excellence and diversity is an essential hallmark for StudentAffairs. The Vice President provides student advocacy, demonstrates a commitment to inclusion and equity, and develops strong alliances with other divisionsand departments at the University. The University's goals and aspirations are lived through the leadership team, students, faculty, and staff at all levels. The VicePresident will be expected to embrace change and continued institutional excellence.

University of Utah

The University of Utah is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as one of 81 public Research 1 (Highest Research) universities. The University is the oldest university and largest public university in the state, enrolling graduate and undergraduate students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. The University has the only School of Medicine in the state and its University Hospital is the finest medical-care facility in the Intermountain West. With revenues in excess of $4.4 billion (FY18), the University is one of Utah's primary economic engines. The academic program offers a broad range of study through its 18 colleges, many of which are nationally recognized for leadership in their fields.
The University is located on a beautiful campus of 1,500 acres in Salt Lake City, a cosmopolitan city where there is true balance of life, including access to the finest outdoor recreational activities and cultural pursuits.

The University of Utah fosters student success by preparing students from diverse backgrounds for lives of impact as leaders and citizens. We generate and share new knowledge, discoveries and innovations, and we engage local and global communities to promote education, health and quality of life. These contributions, in addition to responsible stewardship of our intellectual, physical and financial resources, ensure the long-term success and viability of the institution.

President Ruth V. Watkins became the 16th President of the University of Utah in April 2018. She had served as the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Utah since August 2013. She has been an advocate for advancing the success and impact of the U as a top-tier research university, including enhancing student success through degree completion and expanding research and creative activity. The University of Utah is governed by a Board of Trustees who determine the University's general policies, including the establishment of new schools and colleges; makes laws for its government; manages its investments; and directs the expenditure of its funds.

The University of Utah is now in its eighth year as a member of the Pac-12 athletic conference. The move has been met with great enthusiasm from students, alumni, and fans everywhere. Beyond strengthening Utah's athletic programs and profile, joining the Pac-12 has aligned the U with an academically powerful collection of institutions.

A distinctive aspect of the University of Utah has been its commitment to supporting the needs of its neighbors and surrounding communities. Two key initiatives enable this outreach. University Neighborhood Partners (UNP) links seven ethnically and culturally rich Salt Lake City neighborhoods with the University of Utah to create pathways to higher education. The partnerships address issues of race, ethnicity, religion, political views, and geography that are important to understand on the journey to higher education. Additionally, the Lowell Bennion Community Service Center fosters lifelong service and civic participation by engaging the University with the greater community in action, change, and learning. Each year more than 8,600 U students, staff, faculty, and alumni provide nearly 179,000 hours of service with community and nonprofit organizations through direct volunteer work and service-learning opportunities.

Salt Lake City and Utah

At an elevation of 4,330 feet above sea level, the University is set on the east bench of the Salt Lake Valley. To the west stretches the entire valley, to the east the towering mountains of the Wasatch Range. The University is located in incorporated Salt Lake City, which has a population of 193,744 people; the city sits at the north end of Salt Lake Valley, which has a population of 1,153,340. Beyond that, the entire Wasatch Front, from Provo north to Ogden (with Salt Lake in the middle) encompasses well over 2.3 million people.

Frequently listed by national magazines and websites among the best places to live due to a variety of factors including recreational options, the business environment, climate, and a low crime rate, Salt Lake City is the 23rd largest metropolitan area in the United States. With 4.7 percent of Salt Lake City's adult population identifying as LGBT, the state capital now rates as one of the top 10 places where LGBT people live in the United States. Ranking between the Los Angeles and Boston metro areas, Salt Lake City comes in at No. 7 in population percentage on a list of top 50 U.S. metro areas for the LGBT community, according to a Gallup poll released Friday. San Francisco and Portland secured the No. 1 and 2 spots, respectively.

Utahns spend much of their time outdoors. In 2018, Utah became the first state to earn three stars in the iconic Michelin guide for being an exceptional destination. From campus, seven world-renowned ski resorts are just 30 minutes away. Five National Parks are within a five-hour drive. Forty golf courses are strategically located throughout the valley and nearby mountains. Hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails can be accessed just to the east of campus. For a quick getaway, the historic mining town of Park City, home to the Sundance Film Festival, is just a 30-minute drive from Salt Lake.

Beyond the state, Los Angeles is a 10-hour drive to the southwest, Las Vegas five and half hours due south. Boise is four and a half hours to the north, and Denver is eight hours to the east.

Position Summary

The Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA) is a vital part of the University of Utah's leadership team and reports directly to President Ruth Watkins. The VPSA is responsible for supporting students from the U.S. and around the world by championing the University's mission, vision, and values in higher education. The successful candidate will work closely with campus leaders to develop and sustain an integrated and robust program and portfolio of services with the goal of positioning the University and its students for future success. It is critical for the University to attract and retain a talented and diverse student body to support its strategic and long-term goal of providing students with both an exceptional undergraduate academic experience and a rich student life that promotes their individual personal growth and prepares them to be responsible and productive members of society.

The VPSA provides leadership and advice in all matters related to student affairs and student life. The VPSA works closely with the Cabinet, campus leaders, faculty and across all areas of the campus to develop and implement strategies that relate to student affairs at a large public research institution in an urban campus. The offices and functions that currently report to the VPSA include, but are not limited to, the Office of the Dean of Students (and affiliated responsibilities such as Conduct and the Behavioral Intervention Team), Campus Recreation Services, the University Union, Child Care & Family Resources, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Student Leadership & Involvement, Housing & Residential Education, Dining Services, Personal Money Management Center, University Guesthouse & Conference Center, Bennion Community Center, University Counseling Center, Career & Professional Development Center, Center for Disability & Access, LGBT Resource Center, Student Health Center, Center for Student Wellness, TRIO, Veteran Support Center, Women's Resource Center, Office of Inclusive Excellence, Undergraduate Advancement, and Student Affairs Assessment Evaluation & Research. The VPSA also provides supervision of the Dean of Students at the University of Utah's campus in South Korea. The VPSA plays a critical role in the advancement and development of the University of Utah and the exceptional student experiences on the campus.

Areas under Enrollment Management (Admissions, Scholarships & Financial Aid, Orientation, and Registrar) report directly to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs with a dotted line to the VPSA.

Essential Functions and Duties

1. Provide leadership, supervision, support and guidance to the staff and directors of all areas that report to the position.

2. Articulate the vision and values of the Student Affairs network.

3. Differentiate roles and coordinate functions within Student Affairs.

4. Provide budgetary oversight for all offices in Student Affairs and allocate resources appropriately.

5. Analyze and evaluate annual strategic goals and programs related to student affairs and provide oversight for the implementation of the short range and long-range plan for Student Affairs.

6. Demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills, capable of competently presenting the University's mission and vision to potential students and supporters of the University.

7. Demonstrate the ability to interact with and relate to students of varying ages, backgrounds and education levels.

8. Provide advocacy for students across campus, within Student Affairs and within the President's Cabinet.

9. Support and encourage an inclusive campus community that responds to the diversity of the student population.

10. Utilize data and analytics to help lead and guide the Student Affairs efforts.

11. Establish, implement and monitor program evaluation systems for all programs and services within the area of responsibility.

12. Support and build relationships with other campus leaders and find solutions to concerns across administrative lines.

13. Collaborate with key stakeholders on fundraising and development efforts.

14. Work closely with the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs in the coordination of student academic issues.

15. Work closely with the Chief Financial Officer in the coordination of student financial issues and budgetary issues.

16. Participate as a member of the President's Cabinet.

17. Perform other appropriate duties as assigned by the President.

Qualifications

* A Master's or other advanced degree is required; a Doctorate strongly preferred.

* The position requires a visionary leader with a strategic and innovative focus for campus student affairs and services.

* The selected individual should have a proven record of at least 10 years of administrative experience in higher education with extensive, demonstrated examples of exemplary leadership of student affairs and services and increased responsibility.

* The Vice President should demonstrate a commitment to and experience with initiatives addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion.

* The Vice President must possess a collaborative approach to working with other administrators and campus leaders to address student and institutional needs.

* Applicants should also be committed to sustaining a close relationship with Academic Affairs and the Office of Enrollment Management.

* Experience working at a mid to large public institution is desired.

Application Process

The University has partnered with Keeling & Associates, LLC, in this search process. Application materials should include a resume/curriculum vitae and a letter of interest and must be sent, preferably as PDFs, to recruiting@keelingassociates.com. The subject line of the email should readUniversity of Utah VPSA.

A confidential review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the appointment is made. All materials submitted by February 22, 2019 will be given full consideration.

Nominations, expressions of interest, and requests for confidential conversations about the position prior to application are welcome and should be directed to Dr. Jan Walbert (jwalbert@KeelingAssociates.com), the K&A senior consultant leading this search.

The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in its workforce. In compliance with applicable federal and state laws, University of Utah policy of equal employment opportunity prohibits discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran's status, status as a qualified person with a disability, or genetic information. Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans' preference is extended to qualified applicants, upon request and consistent with University policy and Utah state law.

Reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to qualified individuals with disabilities. To request an accommodation or for further information about University AA/EO policies, please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Cr., Rm 135, (801) 581 - 8365 (V/ TDD ), email: oeo@umail.utah.edu


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11Visiting Assistant Professor in
Location: Durham, NC 27708
Classified Visiting Assistant Professor in Environmental Economics
Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment

The Nicholas School of the Environment (NSOE) at Duke University seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor in environmental and resource economics to start August, 2019. This is a one year, non-regular rank term position. Applicants should have a PhD in economics, agricultural and resource economics, applied economics, or a similar field.Applicants must be available to teach in the 2019 fall semester, with a flexible start date during the summer to allow preparation of courses.

Responsibilities include: 1) teaching up to four courses in the Masters of Environmental Management program and 2) advising Master's projects. Specific courses will include environmental economics and energy economics with additional courses in program evaluation, non market valuation, environmental policy, or survey methods.

To apply, submit: (1) short cover letter describing interest in and qualifications for the position; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) a statement of research interests; (4) a writing sample; (5) a statement of teaching experience with, and commitment to, teaching a diverse student body; (6) evidence of teaching excellence; (7) names and contact information for three references. Applications should be submitted at AcademicJobsOnlne. See Job # 13126.
Quicklink:
https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo?action=joblist&id=13126

The search committee will begin reviewing applications February 1 and will continue until the position is filled. Further inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair, Professor Martin Smith, martin.smith@duke.edu.

Duke aspires to create a community built on collaboration, innovation, creativity, and belonging. Our collective success depends on the robust exchange of ideas-an exchange that is best when the rich diversity of our perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences flourishes. To achieve this exchange, it is essential that all members of the community feel secure and welcome, that the contributions of all individuals are respected, and that all voices are heard. All members of our community have a responsibility to uphold these values.

Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual's age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.


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12Career Coach
Location: Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Classified Career Coach
Career Center
http://careers.ucsc.edu

Job #: 1908506

Full Time; Career
Starting Salary: $52,000/annually

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

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

Utilizing a theoretical understanding of career development, advises undergraduate and graduate students / alumni on a full range of career processes, including individual or group advising / coaching, career planning, setting career goals, decision making, and improving job search competencies. Provides a holistic approach to student / alumni career counseling, modifies workshops and presentations as necessary; maintains relationships with campus advising community to establish contacts to meet the career needs of students. This includes support for the career development of underrepresented and first generation students. Performs independently, but may receive guidance in developing new career advising / coaching services and programs.

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

Qualifications include:

* Master's Degree in Counseling, Student Affairs, or related field and / or equivalent experience / training.

* Strong knowledge of career development theories, counseling process, career coaching techniques, career decision making, learning styles, and job search techniques. Direct experience in career planning including developing advising sessions and student action plans.

* Thorough knowledge of needs assessment theory, processes, and practice; workshop and program design. Experience developing and conducting career life / planning workshops. Demonstrated effective presentation skills related to these topics.

* Knowledge of career services, employer, and alumni needs and expectations; familiar with recruiting and staffing methods, and employment trends.

* Oral communication skills including ability to listen effectively and to clearly articulate and summarize results from one-on-one and group coaching sessions.

Special Conditions:

* Ability to travel to colleges, conferences, job fairs and other events.

* Ability to work nights and weekends with advance notice.

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

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

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

2. This position will be responsible for providing support for the career development of underrepresented and first-generation students. Describe, in detail, your related experience.

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

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

Two positions available. Position is open until filled. Initial Review Date: 03-10-2019

APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO USE THE UCSC ON-LINE PROCESS
View full job description and access on-line application:
https://jobs.ucsc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=71320

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


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13Nuclear Engineering Department H
Location: University Park, PA 16802
Classified Nuclear Engineering Department Head

The Pennsylvania State University College of Engineering seeks a visionary leader and highly accomplished scholar to serve as Nuclear Engineering Department Head and invites applications, inquiries and nominations. The new Nuclear Engineering Department Head will have a unique opportunity to grow the department as it roughly doubles its number of faculty, and to establish its fundamental direction. Since 1997, the department has been merged with the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Effective July 1, 2019, the head will reestablish a standalone department of nuclear engineering - the Ken and Mary Alice Lindquist Department of Nuclear Engineering, named after nuclear engineering alumnus Kenneth Lindquist and his wife and fellow Penn State graduate, Mary Alice Lindquist. This move will allow the College to further strengthen and grow an already nationally respected undergraduate and graduate degree program and research agenda in nuclear engineering. The nuclear graduate program is ranked ninth by U.S. News and World Report. Penn State offers nuclear engineering students unique opportunities to learn and conduct research in state-of-the-art experimental facilities and a working nuclear research reactor under the supervision of internationally known faculty. Faculty and alumni have made exceptional contributions as innovative scholars, educators and practitioners. The new head will be well supported in building upon the considerable strengths of the department to further extend Penn State's impact on the field of nuclear engineering. Nuclear engineering is one of 13 departments and degree programs within the highly ranked Penn State College of Engineering. Under the leadership of Dean Justin Schwartz, who joined the College in August 2017, the College has outlined a bold vision for the future that emphasizes impact on society and embracing the challenges facing humankind, redefining multidisciplinary activity and engaging globally. Plans include expanding research and graduate education, taking a national leadership role on diversity and inclusion and creating a master plan for buildings and infrastructure. As a member of the College's leadership team, the head will play a critical role in the realization of the College's vision and execution of the plan. Reporting to the dean, the head is responsible for visioning, strategic planning, operations, finances, academic affairs and external relations and advancement. The successful candidate will be committed to enhancing the department's education, research and service missions and will possess the scholarly record, leadership skills and strategic capacity to create and advance the department. Additional essential qualifications include successful administrative experience in a university, industry or government environment; the ability to effectively engage a broad range of internal and external constituencies; and a commitment to equity and inclusion. The successful candidate will have the credentials to receive tenure as a full professor in the College. Penn State is a public, land grant, research-intensive university with campuses and facilities throughout Pennsylvania. Founded in 1855, the university has a threefold mission of teaching, research and public service. Its instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, professional and continuing education offered through resident instruction and online delivery. Annual enrollment at its 24 campuses totals more than 100,000 graduate and undergraduate students, making it one of the largest universities in the United States.

Nominations, confidential inquiries and applications (to include a CV and letter of interest) should be submitted online and sent via email to the university's consultants, Suzanne Teer and Melissa Fincher, at PennStateNucEHead@wittkieffer.com. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. To receive full consideration, applications should be received by February 21, 2019. A comprehensive leadership profile can be found at http://www.wittkieffer.com.

Apply online at https://psu.jobs/job/85210

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

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


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14Associate Director of MSU Extens
Location: Bozeman, MT 59717
Classified Associate Director of MSU Extension

Announcement Number
STAFF - VA - 19209

For questions regarding this position, please contact:
Linda Shott at 406-994-1752 or linda.shott@montana.edu
Sandy Bailey at 406-994-6745 or baileys@montana.edu

Working Title
Associate Director of MSU Extension

Brief Position Overview
Montana State University (MSU) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Associate Director of MSU Extension. Founded in 1893, Montana State University is a comprehensive Land Grant University with over 18,000 students system-wide with campuses in Bozeman, Billings, Great Falls and Havre. We seek approachable individuals who work professionally and effectively with diverse individuals, possess effective interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills and have the ability to contribute positively to the academic success of the students and the mission of Montana State University.

Position Number
4C8563

Department
Administration - MSU Extension

Division
Extension

Appointment Type
Professional

Contract Term
Fiscal Year

FLSA
Exempt

Union Affiliation
Exempt from Collective Bargaining

FTE
1.0

Benefits Eligible
Eligible

Salary
Salary commensurate with experience, education, and qualifications.

Contract Type
MUS

Recruitment Type
Open

General Statement
Montana State University (MSU) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Associate Director of MSU Extension. Founded in 1893, Montana State University is a comprehensive Land Grant University with over 18,000 students system-wide with campuses in Bozeman, Billings, Great Falls and Havre. It has widespread Extension programs and is committed to the land grant mission of providing the services of the university to citizens and youth throughout the state MSU Extension has a field faculty staff of 90 Extension Agents representing every county in the state and four Indian Reservations with 50 specialized faculty and professional staff located in Bozeman and other locations. Program offerings include agriculture, energy and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and community and economic development. MSU Extension Programs focus on bringing university research and services to local communities via county agents with support from statewide specialists. The total state, county and federal, and grant budget for FY19 was about $25.8 million of which over 40% is funded through a partnership with Montana counties. For additional information see the web site http://msuextension.org .

We seek approachable individuals who work professionally and effectively with diverse individuals, possess effective interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills and have the ability to contribute positively to the academic success of the students and the mission of Montana State University.

Duties and Responsibilities

* Work closely with the Executive Director in leading the administrative team and faculty to shape the strategic direction and priorities of Montana State University Extension.

* Serve as the program liaison/coordinator between field operations and campus, which will include maintaining effective communication among regional department heads, campus colleges and departments, and agents and specialists, to address the critical areas of Extension program planning and professional development.

* Provide leadership and oversight for MSU Extension professional development.

* Provide leadership and oversight to Extension's program development and accountability, including the program planning processes.

* Provide innovative leadership and creativity to programming Extension efforts including development and coordination of interdisciplinary teams to address societal and economic needs and issues of Montanans.

* Provide leadership and coordinate the Extension Retention, Promotion and Tenure process for field faculty and non-departmentalized faculty.

* Work closely with the Executive Director in providing leadership for Extension budgets, grant management, personnel, and legislative efforts.

* Work effectively with sensitive groups and situations.

* Provide leadership for the day-to-day operations of the MSU Extension administrative team.

* Supervise and support the campus-based units of MSU Extension including Communications, Publications, and Technology; the Local Government Center; Nutrition Education; Analysis, Planning, and Evaluation;The Weatherization Center; REAL MT and all departmentalized academic Extension faculty (forestry, community development, and health resources).

* Represent MSU Extension on University councils and committees.

Required Qualifications - Experience, Education, Knowledge & Skills
1. Earned Doctoral degree in an Extension field or related study.
2. Demonstrated excellence in program development, management, implementation, and assessment.
3. Demonstrated excellence in providing leadership for an organization, department, or unit.
4. Demonstrated excellence in professional development and training.

Preferred Qualifications - Experience, Education, Knowledge & Skills
1. Experience working in an Extension program.
2. Demonstrated experience with the promotion and tenure process.
3. A demonstrated record of working positively with culturally diverse constituents.

The Successful Candidate Will

* Have excellence in written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.

* Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with constituencies at the university campus, county, state and national levels.

* Demonstrated success in collaboration and cooperation with faculty and staff.

* Have the ability to act independently and be thoughtful.

* Have a balanced understanding of the need to act in both a leadership and management role.

* A broad understanding of the philosophy, accomplishments and challenges of the Extension System and the Land Grant University.

* Appreciation of ethnically diverse constituencies.

* Equally value all program areas of Extension and will respect Extension's traditional rural model in Montana while encouraging response to emerging constituent needs.

Position Special Requirements/Additional Information
This job description should not be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements, but a general description of the job. Nothing contained herein restricts Montana State University's rights to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

Physical Demands
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily with or without reasonable accommodations. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

This position has supervisory duties?
Yes

For more information and to apply, visit: https://jobs.montana.edu/postings/14869

Montana State University values diverse perspectives and is committed to continually supporting, promoting and building an inclusive and culturally diverse campus environment. MSU recognizes the importance of work-life integration and strives to be responsive to the needs of dual career couples.

Montana State University is committed to providing a working and learning environment free from discrimination. As such, the University does not discriminate in the admission, access to or conduct of its educational programs and activities nor in its employment policies and practices on the basis of an individual's race, color, religion, national origin, creed, service in the uniformed services (as defined in state and federal law), veteran's status, sex, age, political ideas, marital or family status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation. In support of the University's mission to be inclusive and diverse, applications from qualified minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are highly encouraged.

Montana State University makes accommodation for any known disability that may interfere with an applicant's ability to compete in the hiring process or an employee's ability to perform the duties of the job. To request an accommodation, contact the Human Resources Office, PO Box 172520, Montana State University, Bozeman MT 59717-2520; 406-994-3651; recruitment@montana.edu .

In compliance with the Montana Veteran's Employment Preference Act, MSU provides preference in employment to veterans, disabled veterans, and certain eligible relatives of veterans. To claim veteran's preference please complete the veteran's preference information located in the Demographics section of your profile.

MSU's Non-Discrimination Policy and Discrimination Grievance Procedures can be located on the MSU Website: http://www.montana.edu/hr/disability_accommodation/complaints_grievances.html .


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15Assistant Professor, Communicati
Location: Riverside, CA 92501
Classified Position Title:
Assistant Professor, Communication Studies (Riverside City College)

Application Deadline

Interested candidates must apply by the deadline listed below by 8:00 p.m., Pacific Standard Time.
02/28/2019

Department:
Communication Studies (R)

Position Type:
Full-Time Faculty/Counselor/Librarian

College/Campus:
Riverside

Physical location of the position:
Riverside

Employment Type:
Full-Time
Tenure Track (Faculty)

Position Length:
10-month

Salary Range:
Column C, Step 1 to Column H, Step 6

Salary Amount:
$64,097 - $98,756

Salary Type:
Annual

Is this position categorically (grant) funded?
No

BASIC FUNCTION:
The ideal candidate will share RCC's and the department of Communication Studies' commitment to educating its racially/ethnically and socioeconomically diverse student population. We currently enroll 28,939 students, the majority of whom are from racially minoritized populations. 60% of RCC's students are Hispanic, 8% are African-American, 7% are Asian American, 0.3% are Native American, 0.7% are Pacific Islander, 21% are White, 2% are multiracial. Riverside City College has been designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution, reflecting the great responsibility that the College has to the educational attainment and economic well-being of the surrounding community.

The successful candidate will be a well-rounded faculty member responsible for instruction in all aspects of Communication Studies. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to teach Public Speaking and Interpersonal Communication and may have the opportunity to teach any other course in the discipline, as needed.

EDUCATION:
Master's in communication studies, communication, speech communication, speech, rhetoric, organizational communication, speech broadcasting or telecommunications; OR Bachelor's in any of the above AND Master's in drama/ theater arts, mass communication or English OR the equivalent. (All degrees and units used to satisfy minimum qualifications shall be from accredited institutions).

EXPERIENCE:
Recent experience working with African American, Latinx/Hispanic, Native American and other racially/ ethnically, socioeconomically minoritized students in the classroom, and an understanding of how historical patterns have shaped these groups' experiences and representation within higher education, especially how real or perceived exclusion can shape patterns of participation and outcomes. Demonstration of a willingness to examine and re-mediate one's instructional, relational, and classroom practices to more effectively engage and support various groups of marginalized students. Experience and skill with addressing issues of equity in the classroom. Experience and expertise in culturally responsive teaching in communication. Demonstrated ability to address equity gaps with communication courses and classrooms. Demonstrated knowledge of the implications of the Hispanic-Serving designation for institutional, departmental and instructional practices.

A minimum of two years of successful experience teaching communication studies to underrepresented and diverse student populations at a community college or baccalaureate level institution is required. Experience teaching Public Speaking and Interpersonal Communication is required. Experience teaching at least one other course (Oral Interpretation, Storytelling, Persuasion, Argumentation & Debate, Intercultural Communication, Small Group Communication, Parliamentary Procedure, Communication Theory, Gender and Communication) is required. Experience teaching Argumentation & Debate, Persuasion, Oral Interpretation, and/or Storytelling is preferred.

The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable about culturally-responsive pedagogical techniques and practices for engaging our diverse student population in addition to having the ability to teach well; create and develop curriculum; work well with others (students, faculty, staff, and administrators); and fulfill the duties of a full-time faculty member in a shared governance environment.

COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY:
Evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students (E.C. 87360a).
Licenses/Certifications:

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. The instructional assignment will include lecture and may include laboratory classes in the discipline. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to teach students in the subjects of Public Speaking and Interpersonal Communication in various platforms (face to face, hybrid and online) as needed. The successful candidate may have the opportunity to teach any other course in the discipline and in various platforms (face to face, hybrid and online) as needed.
2. Assignments are based upon the assumption of workload of forty hours weekly, including but not limited to conducting classes, class preparation, student evaluation, office hours, committee work, curriculum and program development, student learning outcomes assessment, program review, student activities, and other duties per the bargaining unit agreement.
3. Institutional service activities are expected of all faculty members.
4. Participation in discipline/department decision making processes and work regarding curriculum, program development, scheduling and other matters are also expected of all Communication Studies faculty.
5. Responsibilities also include maintaining standards of professional conduct and ethics appropriate to the professional position.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
1. Ten-month, tenure-track position.
2. Salary is commensurate with academic preparation, and full-time teaching or equivalent experience with a range from Column C, Step 1 to Column H, Step 6 of the current Faculty Salary Schedule.
3. Medical and dental benefits are provided for the employee and legal dependents.
4. A $50,000 life insurance policy is provided for the employee.
5. Orientation to college is required as is adherence to Improvement of Instruction policy.
6. Maintaining broad knowledge of the academic or occupational area and design pedagogy related to learning outcomes is expected.
7. Responsible for all other conditions of employment required of full-time faculty members such as a willingness to be involved in District and College promotional activities, active participation in college committee work, student activities and other support services, and appropriate professional activities.

The Riverside Community College District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section 11135 of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section 422.6 of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law. This holds true for all District employment opportunities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the District's Title IX Officer/Section 504/ADA Coordinator. Harassment of any employee/student with regard to ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section 11135 of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section 422.6 of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law, is strictly prohibited. The Title IX Officer, Section 504/ADA Coordinator for the District is Ms. Lorraine Jones, 3801 Market Street, Riverside, CA 92501. Telephone Number is: (951) 222-8039.

Required Applicant Documents:
Resume or Curriculum Vitae
Cover Letter
Masters or Equivalent Transcript

Optional Applicant Documents:
Doctorate Transcript
Other Transcript
Bachelors or Equivalent Transcript

Effective Employment Date:
August 2019

Application Deadline:
02-28-2019

Special Comments:
************************************************
IMPORTANT NOTICES:

* All offers of employment will be contingent upon the availability of funds and approval by the Board of Trustees.

* Only electronic, on-line applications are accepted. All supporting materials, including letters of recommendation, required or optional, must also be in electronic formats and attached to the electronic, on-line application when applying. Supporting materials are only accepted as Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) or Microsoft Word files and must be less than 2 MB in size.

* Paper applications and supporting materials WILL NOT be accepted!

*Cover letter must address how applicant meets the qualifications for the position.

* Letters of recommendation, if requested, must be recent and NON-CONFIDENTIAL and submitted electronically when applying on-line.

*Copies of degree diplomas/certificates are NOT a replacement for transcripts.

*Interested candidates must apply by the deadline listed above by 8:00 p.m., Pacific Standard Time.

*The District will make reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. Applicant should contact Human Resources at (951) 222-8595 for assistance.

Application Types Accepted:
Faculty Application

To Apply, visit:
http://pa379.peopleadmin.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=58314


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16CARE Case Manager
Location: Arcata, CA 95521
Classified CARE Case Manager

Humboldt State University

Dean of Students Office

Location: Arcata, CA
Open Date: Jan 14, 2019
Close Date: Friday, February 8, 2019

(Job #18-91) Student Services Professional II, CARE Case Manager, $4,179-5,942/month. Appointments are typically made at the beginning of the salary range. This is a full-time, benefited, 12-month pay plan, exempt position with a one-year probationary period in the Dean of Students' Office.

Position Summary:
Reporting to the Dean of Students, and under the lead direction of the Lead Campus Assistance, Response, and Engagement (CARE) Coordinator, this position assists students in navigating and accessing campus and community resources as well leading in case management services. The incumbent works closely with university staff and faculty across campus and particularly with the University Police Department, Student Access Services, Office of the Registrar, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)/Student Support Services (SSS), Learning Resources Network departments, Housing & Residential life, Financial Aid, Counseling and Psychological Services, the Health Center, off-campus agencies (e.g. health clinics, hospitals Including County Mental Health, mental health therapists, city and county social services), and families/ friends/guardians of students in order to support the success of at-risk university students referred by university personnel. Presenting student issues includes addressing problems of considerable difficulty often in areas where guidelines and precedents do not exist or are not applicable.

Duties:

* Work effectively with a diverse student population and assess their varying needs.

* Assume the lead in the development and maintenance of the CARE website to ensure all links and information are updated.

* Meet with students to provide referral services and readily available on and off campus resources.

* Act as a resource and liaison to members of the University community on matters pertaining to student wellbeing and students of concern.

* Send out notifications to faculty on behalf of students and answer any questions related to CARE services and the specifics of student cases in alignment with FERPA confidentiality.

* In collaboration with the Lead CARE Coordinator, compile data to review CARE processes and recommend any procedural updates.

* In collaboration with the lead CARE Coordinator, design and implement CARE specific training for faculty, staff and students focused on students of concern, mental health, resources available to support students in distress.

* Collaborate closely with the Lead CARE Coordinator to provide case management services for students of concern. This includes serving as additional support for the lead CARE Coordinator with appointments.

* Conduct case assessments and coordinate follow up as designate by the Dean of Students and the Lead CARE Coordinator.

* Collaborate closely with the Dean of Students and the Lead CARE coordinator to facilitate overall assessment of the CARE program and produce reports.

* Work closely with the Assistant to the Dean of Students to provide Maxient database support for the Office of the Dean of Students.

* Assist in developing and maintaining a network of community providers, as well as providers from regions where students originate, and resources that meet the needs (medical, financial, and otherwise) of the student population.

* Collaborate closely with the Lead CARE Coordinator to design programs and publications and conduct trainings to educate the campus community about student well-being and identifying and responding to students in distress.

* In support of the Lead CARE Coordinator when necessary work with students returning from medical leaves of absence in order to ensure procedural compliance and enable personal and academic success.

* Work with the Lead CARE Coordinator to keep abreast of trends in student mental health, substance use, and wellbeing.

* Understand and follow FERPA, HIPAA, and other relevant laws and regulations, and uphold the highest standards of confidentiality.

* Engage in professional development, including presentations at pertinent conferences and workshops.

* Assume other responsibilities as directed by the Dean of Students in matters related to student wellbeing.

Minimum Qualifications:
Education: Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university in one of the behavioral sciences, public or business administration, or a jobrelated field. Additional specialized experience during which the applicant has acquired and successfully applied the knowledge and abilities listed below may be substituted for the required education on a yearforyear basis.

Experience: Two years of professional experience in one of the student services program areas or in a related field; experience should give evidence of competence and indicate the potential for further growth. A master's degree in a jobrelated field may be substituted for one year of the professional experience.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Working knowledge of:

* Practices, procedures, and activities of crisis intervention, advocacy, and case management

General knowledge of:

* Methods and problems of organizational and program management

* Research and interview techniques

* Principles of individual and group behavior

Skills:

* Excellent communication skills to communicate effectively with a diverse population both verbally and in writing

Ability to:

* Interpret and apply program rules and regulations

* Use initiative and resourcefulness in planning work assignments and in implementing long-range program improvements

* Obtain factual and interpretative information through interviews; reason logically

* Collect, compile, analyze and evaluate data and make verbal or written presentations based on these data

* Advise students individually and in groups on routine matters where required

* Recognize diversity of sexual orientations and identities, and diversity of gender identities and perform work accordingly

* Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with faculty, CSU administrators, student organizations, private and public agencies and others in committee work, and student advising and community contacts

* Rapidly acquire a general knowledge of HSU's overall operation, functions and programs

* Make decisions and carry through actions having implications with regard to other program or service areas.

* Use judgment to select and interpret guidelines and precedents, and address problems of considerable difficulty where guidelines and precedents do not exist.

* Develop solutions to individual student problems which represent integrative solutions comprising appropriate elements of all Academic and Student Service programs.

Preferred Qualifications:

* Master's or Doctorate degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related field.

* Upper-division or graduate course work in counseling techniques, interviewing, and conflict resolution

* Two years of progressively responsible professional student services work experience in providing interventions including referrals to appropriate resources and agencies for addressing issues of concern including but not limited to mental and physical health needs, food insecurity, homelessness, navigating systems and policies and procedures, etc.

* An in-depth understanding - based on personal experience - of overcoming barriers similar to those confronting program participants as well as other at-risk student populations.

Application Instructions
Application Procedure: To apply, qualified candidates must electronically submit the following materials by clicking the "Apply Now" button to the right:

* Letter of Interest

* Resume or Curriculum Vitae

* Contact information for at least three professional references

* HSU Employment History Form (HSU Employment History Form: https://forms.humboldt.edu/employment-history-form)

(NOTE: Download the HSU Employment History Form and save it as a PDF file prior to filling it out. If the form is filled out on line (accessed via a web browser), content WILL NOT be saved).

Application Deadline: The deadline to submit application materials is 11:59 p.m. on Friday, February 8, 2019. To be notified in the event this recruitment re-opens for a subsequent review of applications, send an email to careers@humboldt.edu that includes the job number (18-91) and applicant's last name in the subject line of the message.

Equal Employment Opportunity StatementHumboldt State University is a Title IX/Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, protected veteran status, or any other legally protected status.

HSU is committed to enriching its educational environment and its culture through the diversity of its staff, faculty, and administration. Persons with interest and experience in helping organizations set and achieve goals relative to diversity and inclusion are especially encouraged to apply.

It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide complete and accurate employment information. Evidence of required degree(s), certifications(s), or licenses(s) will be required prior to the appointment date. Incorrect or improperly completed applications will not be considered for vacancies. Any reference in this announcement to required periods of experience or education is full-time activity. Part-time experience or education (or activities only part of which are qualifying) will receive proportionate credit. In accordance with applicable Collective Bargaining Agreements, preference may be given to the campus applicants covered by these agreements. However, positions are open to all interested applicants, both on and off campus, unless otherwise stated.

A background check (including a criminal records check, employment verification, and education verification) must be completed satisfactorily as a condition of employment with the CSU. Certain positions may also require a credit check, motor vehicle report, and/or fingerprinting through Live Scan service. Adverse findings from a background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position.

Compliance with the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) and CSU Executive Order 1083 Revised July 21, 2017 (EO 1083) is a condition of employ-ment. CSU employees in positions with duties that involve regular contact with children or positions which supervise such employees are designated as Mandated Reporters under CANRA and are required to comply with the requirements set forth in EO 1083. Upon appointment to this position, the successful candidate(s) will be notified of and required to acknowledge their CANRA reporting status.

Additionally, all CSU staff and faculty receive training annually on their obligations in responding to and reporting incidents of sexual harassment and sexual violence. You will be notified by email when you are required to take this mandated training.

New faculty employees hired by the CSU for the first time who first become CalPERS members on or after July 1, 2017 are subject to a 10-year vesting period for retiree health and dental benefits. Staff employees covered under bargaining agreements 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, C99, E99, M80 and M9 hired by the CSU for the first time who first become CalPERS members on or after July 1, 2018 are subject to a 10-year vesting period for retiree health and dental benefits

If accommodations need to be made during the recruitment and interview process, please contact Human Resources at (707) 826-3626 or hsuhr@humboldt.edu


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17Studio Art Renewable Term Lectur
Location: Santa Clara, CA 95053
Classified Studio Art Renewable Term Lecturer (3 years)

Santa Clara University

Department, Program, Center: Studio Art: Drawing and 2-d Design

Specialty or Subdiscipline: Studio Art: Drawing and 2-d Design

College or School: College of Arts and Sciences

Purpose:
The Department of Art and Art History at Santa Clara University, a Jesuit, Catholic university, invites applications for a Renewable Term Lecturer position (3-year, renewable, non-tenure-track) in 2-D foundation, specializing in design, drawing and basic painting. Courses may include 2-D design, beginning drawing, and beginning painting. May also include mixed media painting, intermediate drawing, life drawing.
Reappointment is contingent upon superior performance, persistent programmatic need, and availability of funds.
Lecturers have responsibilities in teaching and instructional leadership, curriculum development, and advising (70%), professional activity (15%), and service (15%). The successful candidate will teach the equivalent of seven courses over the academic year, with at least one course in each quarter (fall, winter, spring). For example, a one-year teaching load over the three academic quarters may be distributed in combinations such as 2-3-2 or 1-2-3.

Each quarter is 10 weeks long, with an 11th week set for final examinations and critiques. The assigned courses for this position meet twice a week for two hours and twenty minutes each session.
The department focuses upon providing undergraduate students with a strong foundation in drawing and figurative art.

Salary: TBD; range is based on prior teaching experience post-M.F.A. degree; benefits eligible.

Basic Qualifications:
Required:
(1) Terminal degree (MFA) in Art (in hand by date of hire) with an emphasis on painting or drawing.
(2) Demonstrated excellence in teaching: one year minimum at the college level as instructor of record.
(3) Demonstrated expertise in the specific topics covered in the courses.
(4) Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.

Preferred Qualifications:
1) Demonstrated excellence in teaching, two years or more at the college level (as instructor of record).
2) Interest/desire in teaching in a liberal arts environment. Demonstrated ability to teach drawing and 2-d design to students with a broad range of skills (from non-art majors to advanced studio art majors)
3) Demonstrated organizational ability and leadership ability/potential.
4) Willingness to explore innovative pedagogical teaching structures, such as team teaching or technological practices as they relate to drawing/painting, to increase effectiveness of departmental offerings.

Responsibilities:
Teaching (70%)
1) Teach courses as assigned, including developing syllabi, assignments, and course schedule before the course begins; developing appropriate teaching preparations for each class meeting; selecting course materials and ordering books; and conducting and appearing on-time for all scheduled class meetings.
2) Use appropriate measures of student performance, provide timely feedback to students, and assign grades that are an accurate and fair evaluation of student work;
3) Post and maintain 2-3 weekly office hours on campus;
4) Demonstrate a command of the discipline and skill in presenting it effectively;
5) Administer narrative course evaluations to each class as assigned by the chair and numerical evaluations for each class as assigned by the College.
6) Serve as an advisor to assigned students, providing informed advice;
7) Develop courses for which the instructor is responsible and contribute to general curriculum development.
8) Conduct all assigned class meetings and exams. Final exams/critiques must be held during exam week of each quarter (week 11);
9) Assign and submit student grades that are fair and accurate reflections of student performance to the Registrar by the designated deadline each quarter. (Final grades for Spring quarter 2019 are due June 16, 2019.)
10) Fulfill other instructional or academic duties as may be assigned by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences or the Chair of the Department.Scholarship/Creative Work (15%)
1) Engage in professional activities such as creative scholarship/exhibitions, pedagogical development, related conference participation, and other professional development activities related to the position.Service (15%)
Service at the department, College, and University levels including:
1) Attending faculty meetings or other appropriate department events and participating constructively,
2) Serving on committee,
3) Participating in student recruitment and retention activities as deemed appropriate by the department chair or department culture,
4) Participating in professional organizations and activities
5) Performing community service in virtue of their professional expertise and association with the University

Work Authorization:
Santa Clara University does not sponsor any visa applications for this position. The successful candidate must be able to provide evidence of identity and legal authorization to work in the United States.

Close Date: 2/17/2019

Open Until Filled: No

Special Instructions to Applicants:
Review of applications will begin on February 17, 2019. Interested applicants should apply online at https://jobs.scu.edu/a) A letter of interest, including overview of qualifications and a brief statement of teaching philosophy. b) A current CV with a list of three references. c) Artists statement (no longer than 500 words) d) A minimum of three syllabi which represent teaching experience/expertiseinclude one upper- and one lower-division course. One syllabus must be for a foundations-level 2-D design course, one must be for a beginning drawing course. Include at least one assignment and the grading criteria for it for each syllabus. e) Teaching evaluations either numerical and/or narrative from previous courses taught. f) Twenty (20) representative images of student work (undergraduate only) combined into a single.pdf file. The .pdf must be no greater than 9MB. g) An image list corresponding to your student works (include the name of class in which the work was produced and assignment information) h) Twenty (20) representative images of your own professional work combined into a single.pdf file. The .pdf must be no greater than 9MB. i) An image list corresponding to your professional works (with title, medium, dimensions, year completed, etc.) j) Contact information for at least three references. Three letters of reference will automatically be solicited through the applicant portal system upon submitting your application.

Additional Information:
The Department of Art and Art History is situated in a new facility equipped with two Apple computer labs, a flexible teaching space with 30 workstations for virtual reality and augmented reality work, custom- designed studio art labs and a well-equipped gallery (~1,500 square feet) with adjacent sculpture garden. The department offers majors and minors in Studio Art and Art History as part of well-rounded liberal arts education. We have strong, committed students and many of our courses fulfill university requirements. There are many opportunities to collaborate with other departments.

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

About Santa Clara University
Santa Clara University is a comprehensive Jesuit, Catholic university located in Californias Silicon Valley, offering its 8,800 students rigorous undergraduate curricula in arts and sciences, business, and engineering, plus masters, Ph.D., and law degrees.

Distinguished by the highest retention rate and ranked second among all masters universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report, Santa Clara University is Californias oldest operating institution of higher-education. The University is focused on creating an academic community that educates citizens and leaders who will build a more just, humane, and sustainable world.

Santa Clara University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity and inclusion, and, in this spirit, particularly welcomes applications from women, persons of color, and members of historically underrepresented groups. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability.

Santa Clara University annually collects information about campus crimes and other reportable incidents in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. To view the Santa Clara University report, please go to the Campus Safety Services website at http://www.scu.edu/cs/. To request a paper copy please call Campus Safety at (408) 554-4441. The report includes the type of crime, venue, and number of occurrences.


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18Senior Administrative Assistant,
Location: Oakland, CA 94613
Classified About Mills College:
Located in Oakland, California, in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Mills College is a liberal arts college for women and gender non-binary students, with graduate programs for all genders. Consistently ranked one of the top master's universities and one of the best value colleges in the West by U.S. News & World Report, Mills also has been named one of the Best Colleges in the nation by The Princeton Review. The Mills experience is distinguished by small, interactive classes, one-on-one attention from exceptional faculty, a culture of creative experimentation, and cutting-edge interdisciplinary learning opportunities which empower students to make a statement in their careers and communities. As one of the most diverse liberal arts colleges in the country, we have a strong record of academic success with first-generation students, students of color, Latinx students, LGBTQ students, and other underrepresented students. Mills College has recently become a Hispanic Serving Institution. Applicants with expertise and experience in supporting and promoting success for Latina/o students are encouraged to apply.

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

Job Description:

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

Reports to:

* Senior Executive Assistant to the President and Board Secretary, Presidents Office

* With dotted line to Vice President for Strategic Partnerships

Supervises:

* Student Assistant, Presidents Office

Summary of Position

Under the direction of the Senior Executive Assistant to the President, the Senior Administrative Assistant is a member of the Presidents Office administrative team who plays a critical role in providing high-level, on-the-ground support in the coordination and implementation of daily administrative operations, special projects, and weekly/monthly/annual events of the offices of the President, Board of Trustees, and Vice President for Strategic Partnerships. In addition, this position coordinates maintenance of the Presidents House, works closely with senior leadership offices, and liaises with a multitude of College offices and departments. Primary functions include direct administrative support to both the Senior Executive Assistant and VP for Strategic Partnerships, event planning, Presidents House management, budget administration and expense reconciliation, and coordination of travel logistics and special projects.

Essential Job Functions

Administrative

* Provides primary administrative support to the Senior Executive Assistant in managing the fast-paced Presidents Office, requiring expertise in exercising discretion and judgment.

* Provides primary administrative support to the Vice President for Strategic Partnerships, including calendaring, event planning, and special projects.

* Manages monthly budgets, including invoice processing and expense reconciliations for the Presidents Office, Presidents House, Board of Trustees, and VP for Strategic Partnerships, and conducts monthly forecasts to ensure that decisions made are fiscally sound and in line with financial targets and goals.

* Coordinates travel for Presidents Office, VP for Strategic Partnerships, and external visitors.

* Assists in the coordination and preparation of confidential and/or sensitive material such as correspondence, speeches, memos, reports, and board materials with a high degree of accuracy and thorough attention to detail.

* Represents the Presidents Office to and serves as initial point of contact for office visitors?interacting with trustees, College officers, managers, faculty, staff, students, and distinguished individuals external to the College?and answers questions, incoming calls, emails, and mail, making independent decisions on routing and resolution of issues that arise.

* Supervises and directs the work plan for the Student Assistant in the Presidents Office, in consultation with the Senior Executive Assistant.

* Provides back-up coverage for Senior Executive Assistant.

* Organizes, manages, and provides administrative support for special projects and other duties as assigned.

Event Planning

* Plans, coordinates, and manages logistics for events directly led by the Presidents Office and VP for Strategic Partnerships (weekly/monthly/annual), both small and large, at the Presidents House and Garden, as well as other campus locations and off-campus sites, working closely with College offices and departments (Provosts Office, Institutional Advancement, Alumnae Association, Events, Facilities, IT, Audio Visual, etc.), and on-site and external vendors and clubs.

* Plans, coordinates, and manages logistics for regular Board of Trustees meetings as well as off cycle board and committee meetings throughout the year, including dinners and retreats, working closely with the Senior Executive Assistant and other College and external offices.

Presidents House

* Manages events at the Presidents House.

* Manages scheduling of and billing for the Presidents housekeeper.

* Acts as liaison to and host/greeter for invitees to the Presidents House during events.

* Directs and coordinates invitees to the Presidents House, including housekeeping staff, caterers, contractors, vendors, and facilities employees.

* Manages the operations of the house and grounds to ensure they are routinely maintained at a standard that is appropriate for hosting presidential events.

* Assists and liaises for the President and First Lady and College Facilities.

* Establishes and enforces operating procedures related to utilization of the Presidents House and Garden for College events.

Requirements:

Education

* Bachelor degree is preferred or an equivalent combination of education/experience.

Experience

* Four + years in a high-level professional administrative role.

* Experience working in higher education or with boards of directors/trustees and/or nonprofit governance a plus.

* Concur and Banner 8 or 9 experience a plus.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

* Highly effective and diplomatic oral and written communication skills and customer service orientation for engaging with complex and diverse internal and external constituents.

* Exceptional attention to detail and ability to exercise initiative, discretion, and independent judgment in carrying out assigned responsibilities.

* Exhibits strong customer service orientation and works effectively across constituencies.

* Effective time management and decision-making skills to respond to a fast-paced office with varying assignments.

* Proactive approach to organizing, prioritizing, and managing multiple tasks

* Advanced computer skills (MS Office applications-including PowerPoint, Word, and Excel; Google products; experience using Adobe Acrobat X Pro preferred)

* Ability to maintain confidentiality and a strong track record in handling complex and sensitive matters.

* Ability to absorb and summarize information accurately.

* Promote an open, inclusive environment that emphasizes cooperation and teamwork.

* Ability to collaborate and develop an integrated team approach with other office staff to ensure timely and efficient performance of office operations.

This position description is not intended to contain a comprehensive list of activities, duties, or responsibilities. Additional duties may be assigned based on business operational needs.

Additional Information:

This is a full-time, exempt position with an FTE of 1.0. Salary is commensurate with experience, ranging and includes an excellent benefits package including medical/dental/vision/life/LTD insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with college-matching after 6 month qualifying period, 10 days of vacation for year one, 15 days of vacation for years 2-10, and 22 days of vacation years 10+ plus, 12 sick days and 17 paid holidays (subject to annual review). Staff members also receive free admission to campus events, use of the pool, fitness center, and tennis courts. Tuition remission is also available after an introductory period. Voluntary benefits include: pet insurance, long-term care insurance, legal-assistance insurance, cellular provider discounts and computer hardware discounts.

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

Please note that all positions are subject to a background check.

Application Instructions:

To apply, submit the following documents at http://mills.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=106723

* Employee Application

* Resume

* Cover Letter and

* Contact Information for 3 References

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

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


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19Assistant Professor, History - U
Location: Riverside, CA 92501
Classified Position Title:
Assistant Professor, History - US, World, and African American History Emphasis (RCC)

Application Deadline

Interested candidates must apply by the deadline listed below by 8:00 p.m., Pacific Standard Time.
03/05/2019

Department:
Hist/Hum/Philosophy (R)

Position Type:
Full-Time Faculty/Counselor/Librarian

College/Campus:
Riverside

Physical location of the position:
Riverside

Employment Type:
Full-Time
Tenure Track (Faculty)

Position Length:
10-month

Salary Range:
Column C, Step 1 to Column H, Step 6

Salary Amount:
$64,097 $98,756

Salary Type:
Annual

Is this position categorically (grant) funded?
No

BASIC FUNCTION:
The ideal candidate will share RCC's and the department of History, Philosophy, Humanities and Ethnic Studies' commitment to educating its racially/ethnically and socioeconomically diverse student population. Candidates should have a primary field in History with a concentration in African American History with a responsibility to teach introductory courses based on their specialization. Candidates with experience in African History are encouraged to apply. The candidate must also be prepared to teach most of her or his course load in World Civilization and/or US survey courses.

EDUCATION:
Master's degree in history; OR a bachelor's degree in history AND a master's degree in political science, humanities, geography, area studies, women's studies, social science, or ethnic studies; OR the Equivalent. Applicants with a Ph.D. in history or ethnic studies are encouraged to apply. (All degrees and units used to satisfy minimum qualifications shall be from accredited institutions).

EXPERIENCE:
Recent experience working with African American, Latinx/Hispanic, Native American and other racially/ ethnically, socioeconomically minoritized students in the classroom, and an understanding of how historical patterns have shaped these groups' experiences and representation within higher education, especially how real or perceived exclusion can shape patterns of participation and outcomes. Demonstration of a willingness to examine and remediate one's instructional, relational, and classroom practices to more effectively engage and support various groups of marginalized students. Experience and skill with addressing issues of equity in the classroom, including a minimum of two years of classroom teaching experience.

Other:
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY:
Must have evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students (E.C. 87360a).

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidate will, among other things:
1. Demonstrate commitment to student equity and ability to facilitate, participate and lead in programmatic efforts, both within the department and campus-wide, to help students in low-performing groups succeed.
2. Teach courses as assigned based on enrollment management principles and within discipline and department guidelines for course rotation and course scheduling. Assignments are based upon the assumption of workload of forty hours weekly, including but not limited to conducting classes, class preparation, student evaluations, office hours and institutional service such as participation on college committees, involvement in student activities and other duties per the bargaining unit agreement.
3. Complete 24 hours of "flex credit" through various professional development activities, workshops or seminars.
4. Expected professional obligations include: participation in discipline/department decision-making processes, Improvement of Instruction, curriculum and program development, student learning outcomes assessment, program review, maintenance of legal documents and adherence to FERPA requirements.
5. Expected to maintain standards of professional conduct and ethics appropriate to the professional position.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
1. Ten-month, tenure-track position.
2. Salary is commensurate with academic preparation, and full-time teaching or equivalent experience with a range from Column C, Step 1 to Column H, Step 6 of the current Faculty Salary Schedule.
3. Medical and dental benefits are provided for the employee and legal dependents.
4. A $50,000 life insurance policy is provided for the employee.
5. Orientation to college is required as is adherence to Improvement of Instruction policy.
6. Maintaining broad knowledge of the academic or occupational area and design pedagogy related to learning outcomes is expected.
7. Responsible for all other conditions of employment required of full-time faculty members such as a willingness to be involved in District and College promotional activities, active participation in college committee work, student activities and other support services, and appropriate professional activities.

The Riverside Community College District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section 11135 of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section 422.6 of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law. This holds true for all District employment opportunities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the District's Title IX Officer/Section 504/ADA Coordinator. Harassment of any employee/student with regard to ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section 11135 of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section 422.6 of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law, is strictly prohibited. The Title IX Officer, Section 504/ADA Coordinator for the District is Ms. Lorraine Jones, 3801 Market Street, Riverside, CA 92501. Telephone Number is: (951) 222-8039.

Required Applicant Documents:
Resume or Curriculum Vitae
Cover Letter
Teaching Philosophy
Letter of Recommendation 1
Letter of Recommendation 2
Masters or Equivalent Transcript

Optional Applicant Documents:
Letter of Recommendation 3
Other Document
Bachelors Transcript
Doctorate Transcript
Other Transcript
Other Document:

Effective Employment Date:
August 2019

Application Deadline:
03-05-2019

Special Comments:
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IMPORTANT NOTICES:

* All offers of employment will be contingent upon the availability of funds and approval by the Board of Trustees.

* Only electronic, on-line applications are accepted. All supporting materials, including letters of recommendation, required or optional, must also be in electronic formats and attached to the electronic, on-line application when applying. Supporting materials are only accepted as Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) or Microsoft Word files and must be less than 2 MB in size.

* Paper applications and supporting materials WILL NOT be accepted!

*Cover letter must address how applicant meets the qualifications for the position.

* Letters of recommendation must be recent and NON-CONFIDENTIAL and submitted electronically when applying on-line.

*Copies of degree diplomas/certificates are NOT a replacement for transcripts.

*Interested candidates must apply by the deadline listed above by 8:00 p.m., Pacific Standard Time.

*The District will make reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. Applicant should contact Human Resources at (951) 222-8595 for assistance.

Application Types Accepted:
Faculty Application

To Apply, visit:
http://pa379.peopleadmin.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=58427


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20Assistant Professor, History - U
Location: Riverside, CA 92501
Classified Position Title:
Assistant Professor, History - US, World, and Women's/Gender History Emphasis (RCC)

Application Deadline

Interested candidates must apply by the deadline listed below by 8:00 p.m., Pacific Standard Time.
03/05/2019

Department:
Hist/Hum/Philosophy (R)

Position Type:
Full-Time Faculty/Counselor/Librarian

College/Campus:
Riverside

Physical location of the position:
Riverside

Employment Type:
Full-Time
Tenure Track (Faculty)

Position Length:
10-month

Salary Range:
Column C, Step 1 to Column H, Step 6

Salary Amount:
$64,097 $98,756

Salary Type:
Annual

Is this position categorically (grant) funded?
No

BASIC FUNCTION:
The ideal candidate will share RCC's and the department of History, Philosophy, Humanities and Ethnic Studies' commitment to educating its racially/ethnically and socioeconomically diverse student population. Candidates should have a primary field in History with a concentration in Women's History, with a responsibility to teach introductory courses based on their specialization. Candidates with experience in Gender History and/or LGBT History are encouraged to apply. The candidate must also be prepared to teach most of her or his course load in World Civilization and/or US survey courses.

EDUCATION:
Master's degree in history; OR a bachelor's degree in history AND a master's degree in political science, humanities, geography, area studies, women's studies, social science, or ethnic studies; OR the Equivalent required. Applicants with a Ph.D. in history or women's studies are encouraged to apply. (All degrees and units used to satisfy minimum qualifications shall be from accredited institutions).

EXPERIENCE:
Recent experience working with African American, Latinx/Hispanic, Native American and other racially/ ethnically, socioeconomically minoritized students in the classroom, and an understanding of how historical patterns have shaped these groups' experiences and representation within higher education, especially how real or perceived exclusion can shape patterns of participation and outcomes. Demonstration of a willingness to examine and remediate one's instructional, relational, and classroom practices to more effectively engage and support various groups of marginalized students. Experience and skill with addressing issues of equity in the classroom, including a minimum of two years of classroom teaching experience.

Other:
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY:
Must have evidence of a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students (E.C. 87360a).

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The successful candidate will, among other things:
1. Demonstrate commitment to student equity and ability to facilitate, participate and lead in programmatic efforts, both within the department and campus-wide, to help students in low-performing groups succeed.
2. Teach courses as assigned based on enrollment management principles and within discipline and department guidelines for course rotation and course scheduling. Assignments are based upon the assumption of workload of forty hours weekly, including but not limited to conducting classes, class preparation, student evaluations, office hours and institutional service such as participation on college committees, involvement in student activities and other duties per the bargaining unit agreement.
3. Complete 24 hours of "flex credit" through various professional development activities, workshops or seminars.
4. Expected professional obligations include: participation in discipline/department decision-making processes, Improvement of Instruction, curriculum and program development, student learning outcomes assessment, program review, maintenance of legal documents and adherence to FERPA requirements.
5. Expected to maintain standards of professional conduct and ethics appropriate to the professional position.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
1. Ten-month, tenure-track position.
2. Salary is commensurate with academic preparation, and full-time teaching or equivalent experience with a range from Column C, Step 1 to Column H, Step 6 of the current Faculty Salary Schedule.
3. Medical and dental benefits are provided for the employee and legal dependents.
4. A $50,000 life insurance policy is provided for the employee.
5. Orientation to college is required as is adherence to Improvement of Instruction policy.
6. Maintaining broad knowledge of the academic or occupational area and design pedagogy related to learning outcomes is expected.
7. Responsible for all other conditions of employment required of full-time faculty members such as a willingness to be involved in District and College promotional activities, active participation in college committee work, student activities and other support services, and appropriate professional activities.

The Riverside Community College District complies with all federal and state rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section 11135 of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section 422.6 of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law. This holds true for all District employment opportunities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the District's Title IX Officer/Section 504/ADA Coordinator. Harassment of any employee/student with regard to ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, race, color, ancestry, genetic information, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or any characteristic listed or defined in Section 11135 of the Government Code or any characteristic that is contained in the prohibition of hate crimes set forth in subdivision (1) of Section 422.6 of the California Penal Code, or any other status protected by law, is strictly prohibited. The Title IX Officer, Section 504/ADA Coordinator for the District is Ms. Lorraine Jones, 3801 Market Street, Riverside, CA 92501. Telephone Number is: (951) 222-8039.

Required Applicant Documents:
Resume or Curriculum Vitae
Cover Letter
Teaching Philosophy
Letter of Recommendation 1
Letter of Recommendation 2
Masters or Equivalent Transcript

Optional Applicant Documents:
Letter of Recommendation 3
Other Document
Bachelors Transcript
Doctorate Transcript
Other Transcript

Effective Employment Date:
August 2019

Application Deadline:
03-05-2019

Special Comments:
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IMPORTANT NOTICES:

* All offers of employment will be contingent upon the availability of funds and approval by the Board of Trustees.

* Only electronic, on-line applications are accepted. All supporting materials, including letters of recommendation, required or optional, must also be in electronic formats and attached to the electronic, on-line application when applying. Supporting materials are only accepted as Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) or Microsoft Word files and must be less than 2 MB in size.

* Paper applications and supporting materials WILL NOT be accepted!

*Cover letter must address how applicant meets the qualifications for the position.

* Letters of recommendation must be recent and NON-CONFIDENTIAL and submitted electronically when applying on-line.

*Copies of degree diplomas/certificates are NOT a replacement for transcripts.

*Interested candidates must apply by the deadline listed above by 8:00 p.m., Pacific Standard Time.

*The District will make reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. Applicant should contact Human Resources at (951) 222-8595 for assistance.

Application Types Accepted:
Faculty Application

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