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Equipment Systems Specialist-Career Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Physical Security & IT Manager, the incumbent is primarily responsible at varying levels for technical system support and capabilities, including the installation, maintenance, modification, and repair of equipment, products, and/or systems. Technical systems may be electromechanical or computerized (e.g., computer and peripheral equipment, telecommunications and network devices, audio and video equipment, Broadband Radio systems, Body Worn Cameras, and related transmission equipment and systems) and typically are integrated with or interconnected to larger systems. The incumbent may also have a role as a technical/ hardware user support representative.
Tenure Track Faculty - Industrial-Organizational Psychology Sacramento
The Psychology Department at Sacramento State is seeking applicants for an Assistant Professor tenure-track position in Industrial-Organizational Psychology to begin in Fall 2023. The specific subdiscipline is open, but candidates should have a teaching and research focus falling within the realm of industrial-organizational psychology. The department strives to further Sacramento State’s identity as an institution that welcomes and embraces diversity. We strongly encourage applications from candidates who can demonstrate through their prior experience their potential to succeed in areas of teaching, research, and service and that they can contribute to the diversity and inclusive excellence of our community.
User Experience Developer Sacramento
Are you a solutions engineer with broad UX experience? Do you have an eye for new and emerging technologies that innovate processes and solve problems? Are the needs of the end user only the beginning of successful implementation? Join Team IRT at California State University, Sacramento!
Director of Graduate Programs Sacramento
The Director of Graduate Programs (DGP) is a key member of the College of Business (COB) leadership team and reports directly to the Dean of the COB. The Director of Graduate Programs oversees all COB Graduate programs: MBA for Executives, On-Line MBA, the MS in Accountancy, Masters of Business Analytics, Masters of Finance, and evening and daytime MBA programs. The DGP is responsible for all aspects of the Graduate Program Office, including but not limited to recruitment, enrollment management, staff development, program operations, student workers and alumni engagement.
Registrar Business Process Analyst Sacramento
The Registrar Business Process Analyst is responsible for providing overall functional support for the Student Records module, and is an expert who understands the business processes and functional needs of one or more system modules and configurations, regular use, and data structures of the assigned PeopleSoft module; Student Records. The incumbent serves as a campus Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the CSU’s Common Management System (CMS), the CSU version of PeopleSoft’s Campus Solutions product. The incumbent acts as an interface between Information Resources & Technology (IRT) and the functional area, providing module configuration, testing coordination and support, escalating technical issues and change requests as needed.
Information Technology Consultant, Career (2 positions) - College of Arts & Letters Sacramento
We seek engaged, forward-thinking, and collaborative information and instructional technologies professionals to join the team in the College of Arts & Letters IT center, whose mission is to provide technology support for our faculty, staff and students. The ideal applicants will have rich customer service experience, project management skills, and excel at providing technological wizardry at the individual, lab, and system levels. We are looking for the perfect blend of technical knowledge and customer facing support experience.
Web Content Specialist Sacramento
Do you eat, sleep, and breathe web content creation, innovation, and site accessibility? To you, the written word is the user engagement piece that can never be an after-thought – it’s how you bridge channels into a consistent brand immersion. You know how to craft, streamline, and model UX, analyze and optimize content performance, and have the people skills to coach campus web publishers to a consistent, accessible, and compliant standard. Start your next chapter with Team IRT, and help us level-up the digital user experience at California State University, Sacramento!
Director of Payroll Services (Administrator II) Sacramento
The Director of Payroll Services reports to the Senior Associate Vice President of Human Resources and is responsible for the implementation and application of the guidelines and procedures governing payroll administration. This position provides leadership and direction to the Payroll Office, applying effective management of resources and performance of duties, promoting staff development and training, and serving as a member of the Human Resources management team. This position ensures compliance with CSU policies and state and federal laws affecting payroll administration and is the campus point of contact for Systemwide Human Resource Management (HR CMS), among other duties.
Office Assistant, Engineering & Computer Science - Internship & Career Services Office Sacramento
The Office Assistant (ASA II) is the first point of contact for the Internship and Career Services office in the College of Engineering & Computer Science. Responsibilities for this position include: front line contact with campus and community individuals; provides excellent customer service, and problem solving; handles tasks with frequent interruptions; and maintains confidential data and materials at all times; assisting with the coordination of events, and other clerical and administrative support.
Tenure Track Faculty - Geography Sacramento
The Department of Geography seeks a broadly-trained human geographer with teaching and research expertise in the field of political ecology. The specific area of focus within political ecology is open. Areas that could meet the department’s needs include, but are not limited to: urban political ecology, energy, climate and environmental justice, and health. The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to incorporating diverse approaches and perspectives into their teaching. All regional areas of expertise will be considered, however candidates with expertise in Latin America will be given preference.
Administrative Support Coordinator II, Physical Therapy Dept. Sacramento
Under the general supervision of the Department Chair, the ASC II is responsible for the daily operations of the Physical Therapy Department Office, providing administrative support for the faculty and Chair. The incumbent must work well independently and effectively, must demonstrate initiative, will supervise the ASC I and student assistants, is required to prioritize, multitask, and demonstrate flexibility in order to adjust to priorities and deadline as needed. The ASCII must demonstrate knowledge of University, College and Department policies and demonstrative excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Payroll Office Coordinator (revised) Sacramento
Under general direction of the Director of Payroll Services and the Payroll Lead Analyst, the incumbent provides administrative support to the Payroll Office. This position is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Payroll Service’s office. The position serves as the receptionist of the payroll office, provides administrative and clerical support, assists and coordinates projects, events and activities while being cognizant of deadlines. This position’s duties and responsibilities are directed towards working as a member of the Payroll Services Office in the processing of the University’s payroll and providing service to those seeking assistance with payroll transactions.
Research Computing Architect Sacramento
Do you feel the need for speed - high speed! - when it comes to performance computing? An HPC wiz fluent in Linux scripting and programming languages, and an ace at balancing hard-coded skills, soft sell solutions, and lightning-fast delivery? Do you geek out over new computing trends and technology, and look for ways to apply them? Join Team IRT at Sacramento State and help architect the future of the university's scientific computational data research!
Facilities Worker II Sacramento
Facilities Management is the steward for the University buildings, infrastructure, grounds and landscape. We perform maintenance and renovation to facilities; plan and manage new building construction; support the Redefine the Possible initiative through our commitment to building a welcoming campus and by creating a dynamic physical environment for students, faculty, staff, and the community. Facilities Management takes pride in being the stewards of Sacramento State Campus capital assets and invites you to join the dynamic team!
Director of Development - College of H&HS Sacramento
University Development is actively recruiting for a Director of Development position, dedicated to the College of Health and Human Services. This position serves as a major gift officer with a focus on qualifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding prospects and donors who have the capacity to give $25,000 or more
Dean, College of Business (Administrator IV) Sacramento
The primary responsibilities of the Dean are to provide leadership and manage the programs and activities of the College as one of the academic units of the California State University, Sacramento campus. As the heart of the region’s higher education community, Sacramento State is dedicated to access, academic excellence, and Inclusive Excellence. We are committed to fostering in all of our members a sense of inclusiveness by providing equal access to educational opportunities and a welcoming environment. To this end, the Dean safeguards the quality of academic programs, ensures academic excellence and student success, facilitates and supports faculty development and productivity in teaching, scholarly and creative activities, and service to the institution and the community, in the context of shared governance.
Credential Analyst I Sacramento
The College of Education is currently accepting applications for a Credential Analyst. This position serves as the back-up to the Credential Analyst II and acts as a liaison between the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) and Sacramento State's faculty, staff, and students. The incumbent counsels and advises on credentialing requirements, and assists with compliance and processing of all data necessary for recommending candidates to CTC for the issuance of various school personnel credentials.
Principal Gifts Associate Sacramento
This is an early career fundraising position focused on the strategic identification, qualification, and cultivation of current donors and highly rated non-donors with a goal of building and maintaining a new pipeline of prospects.  Guided by a "donor centered" approach, the incumbent will strategically work to qualify, cultivate, and secure gifts, for the university from high-net worth individuals.  The incumbent will be a strategic member of the Principal Gifts & Campaign team, leading meetings, and projects, coordinating high-profile campus visits for principal gift donors/prospects, and provide support for the ED for Principal Gifts & Campaign with day-to-day strategic initiatives.
Employer Relations Specialist Sacramento
The Career Center is seeking two Employer Relations Specialists to develop collaborative working relationships with employers, including assisting employers with utilization of Handshake to schedule job postings, networking sessions, on-campus recruiting, and Career Fair registrations. The incumbents are responsible for support for Career Center events. These positions require the application of a high degree of judgment, persuasiveness, imagination and professional skills and knowledge regarding Career Center services and programs.
ADA Analyst (AA/S Exempt II) (revised) Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Director of Benefits Services, the ADA Analyst serves as the primary resource to all campus employees and applicants for employment for reasonable accommodation requests. The ADA Analyst will provide administrative and program leadership and oversee the day-to-day operations of the Benefits Office as it relates to reasonable accommodation requests, counsel and educate employees and managers through the reasonable accommodation process and develop and present relevant campus trainings.

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