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Administrative Support Coordinator II - English Department Sacramento
Do you value both independence and teamwork? English Dept seeks detail-oriented, process-driven self-starter with outstanding analytical, organizational, and communication skills. Responsible for coordinating smooth operations of GWAR, Writing Program, and Departmental processes following University protocols, including budget, enrollments, website management, student records, etc. Requires discretion and proficiency in MS Office. Primarily project-based work cycles, with some ongoing duties.
Admin Support Coordinator School of Music Sacramento
The School of Music is an energized environment where serious devotion to the art of music fills the air with sound. Join a dynamic staff working in tandem with creative faculty to serve students pursuing degrees across an array of musical disciplines. Under the general supervision of the School of Music Director, the Administrative Support Coordinator I is the point of contact for community members and serves as a general resource for students. Responsibilities include, administrative support for the Director, faculty, and staff, and the day to day administration of student program changes. This position will provide travel coordination, assist with event planning, ordering supplies, and time keeping.
OEO Administrative Support Coordinator Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Associate Director of the Office for Equal Opportunity (OEO), the OEO Coordinator is generally the Sacramento State community’s first line of contact with the Office for Equal Opportunity. The OEO Coordinator provides office and case management support and assists with varied complex duties, tasks, and projects involving a full range of policy and administrative issues. The OEO Coordinator is responsible for supporting the implementation of significant aspects of university compliance with California State University (CSU) Policies and Executive Orders regarding discrimination, harassment, and retaliation among employees, students, and third-parties.
Library Services Specialist III Sacramento
Under the direction of the Head of User Services, this position provides processing and organization of library materials for fulfillment purposes as well as front-line public services. Incumbents at the LSS III level work in a highly collaborative capacity, as well as independently to perform more complex and/or specialized technical and paraprofessional library duties to support daily library operations and/or programs. Incumbents often are responsible for overseeing daily operations of a library unit(s), including providing lead work direction to other library staff, as well as student workers, and may assist in supporting the unit’s budgetary and/or other administrative activities.
EH&S Specialist Sacramento
The office of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) works to assure safe and healthful environments for all segments of the campus population, through programs of information and education, review and monitoring, technical consultation, and provision of direct services. EH&S provides the University community the services and training needed to ensure safety and environmental responsibility. EH&S is also responsible for developing programs to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal health, safety and environmental regulations, and campus policies on environmental health and safety.
Payroll Technician I/II Sacramento
Payroll Technicians serve an essential function; they process all payroll and personnel transactions such as appointments, changes in status, leaves and separations for CSU employees. Incumbents apply knowledge of PeopleSoft/CMS and data management systems, and consult various resources to access, enter and maintain payroll and personnel data. Incumbents validate data, identify discrepancies and errors, and calculate and reconcile variances to maintain data integrity in systems.
Interviewer I (ASA I) (0.7 FTE) Sacramento
The Interviewer I collects confidential and quality data for multiple State and Federal agencies. Interviewers conduct public health related surveys (including nutrition) over the phone in English and/or Spanish. Interviewers use computer software to guide them through surveys, enter survey responses, and assign outcome codes to each telephone call in accordance with training.
Senior Associate Vice President, Office of Public Affairs & Advocacy Sacramento
The Senior Associate Vice President for Public Affairs and Advocacy reports to the President. The Senior Associate Vice President is responsible for fostering, maintaining relations, and strategic advocacy with elected officials and governmental agencies/ entities and their representatives at the local, state, and federal levels of government to promote the strategic interests of the University. The Senior Associate Vice President also assists the President with the building operations and external public affairs programming of Sacramento State Downtown and implementing the University’s Anchor University initiative. The Senior Associate Vice President oversees the Center for California Studies program and the Fellows.
Residence Hall Coordinator (SSP II) Sacramento
The Residence Hall Coordinator (RHC) is responsible for the development of a positive community atmosphere in the living environment conducive to student development and academic success. This is a 12-month live-in position renewable each year based on performance, departmental need and available funding.
C3 Study Data Collector (Up to 5 positions) Sacramento
The data from the California Cannabis Consumption Study (C3) will assist Cal-EPA, Dept. of Pesticide Regulation in protecting the health of cannabis users from pesticide residues in cannabis products, by determining the amounts of cannabis products used by consumers. This position is responsible for providing dedicated day-to-day interviewing, data entry, and quality assurance support for data collection. This will include statewide travel to licensed cannabis dispensaries throughout California. Data collectors will be responsible for coordination of the data collection process with dispensary personnel, potential participants and PRC staff.
Executive Assistant/Business Operations Analyst Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Sr. AVP of University Communications, the Executive Assistant/Business Operations Analyst provides executive administrative support to the Sr. AVP and is responsible for managing the daily administrative operations of the office of University Communications. Administrative duties may include but are not limited to budget monitoring and projections; compensation analyses and recommendations; working with Procurement and with the Director of Marketing on contracts; human resources, including recruitment and personnel procedures, timekeeping and payroll transactions; performing general office administrative functions, such as the purchasing of office supplies and equipment, and managing the calendar for the Sr. AVP.
PRIDE Center Program Coordinator Sacramento
The PRIDE Center provides students looking for a connection to campus with programs and events, access to resources on campus and in the community, a welcoming hangout space, and opportunities for education about LGBTQIA communities and the intersections of many identities and experiences.
Lecturer Pool - Doctorate in Educational Leadership Sacramento
The Doctorate in Educational Leadership program is a dynamic collaborative effort between the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Program in the College of Education and the Department of Public Policy and Administration in Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies.
Document Processing Coordinator Sacramento
The Document Processing Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of entire administrative functions and/or performance of administrative work in the Student Affairs Imaging department. Assignments require interaction with persons at all levels within and outside the university, often in sensitive interpersonal situations. This position serves staff in various offices where incoming student transcripts, student records, and financial aid documents are part of their processes providing all the groundwork for them.
Admin Support Assistant II (10/12) Sacramento
Looking for a great place to hone your communication skills? What better place than the Communication Studies Department at Sacramento State? We’re looking for an administrative support analyst who will greet and assist visitors to our office – primarily students. You’ll also work with the department staff to assist faculty with various tasks as well as assist in the department’s clerical work. It’s a rewarding way to spend the day!
Senate Fellows Program Coordinator (ASC II) Sacramento
The California Senate Fellows Program Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator II) position encompass a range of responsibilities which serve to coordinate, implement, and assist in the performance of critical administrative functions of the Center for California Studies. The incumbent will provide support to the California Senate Fellows program, the California Journal of Politics and Policy, and a variety of other work assignments in support of all programs and Center-related duties.
Administrative Support Coordinator Sacramento
The incumbent directly supports the RN-to-BSN and MSN programs. Under general supervision, is responsible for the administrative flow of all programs in the School of Nursing and provides lead work to others in a variety of technical and clerical duties. The incumbent is involved with learning, understanding, interpreting, and following complex policies, procedures, and regulations as they pertain to students, the University, and nursing regulation and accreditation. This includes compiling data, analyzing the data, and creating standard reports and providing data for School surveys and reports.
Director of Development - College of HHS OR College of NSM (2 Positions) Sacramento
University Development is actively recruiting for two Director of Development positions, one dedicated to the College of Health and Human Services and one to the College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics. 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.
Director of Development - Corporate & Foundation Relations Sacramento
The Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) will develop and implement a comprehensive institutional fundraising program for Sac State to engage corporations and foundations more fully and to increase philanthropic support for the university. The Director will manage a portfolio of prospects, working in close partnership with university leaders, faculty, and staff. The Director will lead Sac State’s CFR fundraising program by building and strengthening relationships and aligning corporate and foundation interests with university priorities. Reporting to the Associate Vice President for University Development, the CFR Director will work collaboratively with Directors of Development, university leadership, and faculty to leverage and maximize corporate and foundation giving.
Benefits Analyst (AA/S Ex. II) Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Director of Benefits Services, the Benefits Analyst serves as the primary resource for employees regarding disability leave management and retirement administration. The incumbent will be responsible day-to-day processing of disability leave requests, counseling and educating employees and supervisors/managers through the disability leaves process, pre-retirement process, and post-retirement process, using discretion and confidentiality.

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