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Benefits Analyst (AA/S Ex. II) Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Director of Benefits Services, the incumbent serves as the Benefits Analyst for employees within all university divisions and departments, including all represented faculty and staff employees, Management Personnel, non-represented staff, and student employees. Incumbent provides expert advice to the Senior Associate Vice President of Human Resources and the Director of Benefits Services as a principle source of analysis and information related to disability leave management and retirement administration.
Energy & Sustainability Analyst (AA/S Ex. II) Sacramento
Join Sac State as our next Energy & Sustainability Analyst.
Tenure-Track Faculty - Interpersonal Communication Sacramento
The Department of Communication Studies seeks applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in Interpersonal Communication. Faculty teaching assignments are normally 12 units (four courses per semester). New faculty, in their first two years, teach nine units per semester (three courses). Preference given to those with ability to teach quantitative methods.
Tenure Track Faculty - Environmental Studies Sacramento
The Department of Environmental Studies invites applications for a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor beginning Fall 2022. We are seeking a natural scientist with expertise in one or more environmental areas including, but not limited to, social-ecological systems, global change science, or ecology in terrestrial, freshwater, or marine systems. A scholar whose work leads to useable science for people impacted by environmental change is preferred.
Interviewer I (ASA I) (Hourly Intermittent) (Pool Recruitment) 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.
Administrative Support Coordinator II Sacramento
This position reports to the Associate Vice President for Risk Management Services and provides administrative support for all functions housed within Risk Management Services (i.e., Risk Management, Workers' Compensation, Environmental Health and Safety, Business Continuity Planning, Emergency Preparedness, etc.)
Recycler (Laborer) Sacramento
Join the Sacramento State Facilities Management team and work in a beautifully landscaped dynamic learning environment! Facilities Management is the steward for the University buildings, infrastructure, grounds and landscape. We strive to provide excellent Customer service to our Campus community and welcome you to apply to our vibrant work environment.
Special Events Finance Analyst (AA/S-Exempt I) (priority deadline extended) Sacramento
Under the general supervision of the Chief of Staff and Deputy Chief of Staff, and the lead work direction of the Director of University Events, the Special Events Finance Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist-Exempt I) is responsible for product procurement, contract review, overseeing special event financial planning and budgeting, and vendor negotiation.
Tenure Track Faculty – Ethnic Studies/Chicanx and Latinx Studies Sacramento
The Department of Ethnic Studies at California State University, Sacramento invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning fall 2022. The Department seeks candidates who demonstrate ability to teach lower-division and upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses in Chicanx/Latinx Studies and Ethnic Studies, and whose teaching and scholarship reflect critical, intersectional, and/or interdisciplinary approaches to the study of Chicanx/Latinx populations. Candidates should demonstrate: an active research agenda in Chicanx/Latinx and Ethnic Studies; the potential to build collaborative partnerships in the region with Chicanx/Latinx communities; and experience communicating and working with a diverse student population.
Tenure Track Faculty - Women's and Gender Studies Sacramento
The Department of Women’s & Gender Studies is inviting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Black Feminisms starting Fall 2022. As a department advocating social justice and intersectionality as core principles of our program, we emphasize diversity in our curriculum and all our hiring. We are excited about this opportunity to hire a colleague with specialization in Black Feminisms in the United States, with a demonstrated ability to propose and teach new and existing courses in women’s & gender studies.
Executive Assistant (AA/S Exempt I) Sacramento
The Executive Assistant provides administrative support to the Associate Vice President of Public Affairs and Advocacy, the Office of Public Affairs and Advocacy, and the University’s anchor university efforts. In general, this position requires a high degree of professionalism, strong organizational and communication skills, and knowledge in human resources and budget. The position requires extensive contact with the general public, and interactions with both the internal campus community and external groups and organizations.
Director, Equity and Affinity Centers Sacramento
This position is responsible for providing vision, leadership, and coordination of programs focused on inclusion and diversity equity, diversity, and student support. It also provides administrative oversight for of the campus’ most vibrant student equity centers: Dreamer Resource Center, Multi-Cultural Center, Serna Center, PRIDE Center, and Women’s Resource Center. The Director develops and maintains collaborative relationships with faculty, staff, students, and community partners to support the unit’s goals and the University’s commitment to equity and inclusion.
Tenure Track Faculty – Ethnic Studies/Native American Studies Sacramento
The Department of Ethnic Studies invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning fall 2022. The Department seeks candidates who demonstrate ability to teach lower-division and upper-division undergraduate courses in Native American Studies and Ethnic Studies and with knowledge and expertise in California Native people, communities, and Nations. Preference will be given to candidates with teaching and/or research interests in two more of the following areas: sovereignty, tribal leadership, settler colonialism, health/social welfare, activism, education, cultural revitalization, art, criminalization, genocide, environment, economic development, gender and sexuality, family studies, decolonization, and/or Native epistemologies.
First Year Programs, Coordinator Sacramento
The Academic Advising Center's First Year Programs includes mandatory first-year advising for all first-year students. The First Year Programs Coordinator assists with the recruitment, training, and supervision of peer mentors and supervises the peer mentors in the First Year Seminars. The First Year Programs Coordinator must be persuasive, creative, and knowledgeable regarding the complex relationships between the University’s academic programs and student services, and develop guidelines to establish productive working relationships.
Student Services Professional III Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Student Success Center Coordinator, and the general supervision of the Associate Dean for the College of Health and Human Services, the HHS SSC Student Services Professional III (SSP III) performs a variety of complex and/or sensitive professional student service work from pre-admission to the university through graduation. The purpose of this work is to assist students in making timely progress toward their degree objectives; to provide learning experiences that supplement those in the classroom; and to assist and encourage students to utilize effectively the knowledge, skills and abilities learned during their university careers.
Administrative Support Coordinator ll Sacramento
The Administrative Support Coordinator II (ASC II) provides primary administrative staff support to the Office of the Dean of CHHS. The incumbent works as the direct assistant/support to the Associate Dean for Budget and Operations of CHHS, to include assisting with scheduling, travel, preparing reports, meeting preparations, and other clerical duties. The incumbent works directly with the Administrative Analyst/Specialist of the CHHS Dean's office and serves as the backup office manager. Oversees the recruitment, hiring and supervising of student assistants under the direction of the AA/S.
Assoc. Athletics Director for External Affairs Sacramento
The Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs (AADEA) will serve of the Athletics Department’s senior management team. The AADEA will provide strategic leadership, planning and oversight of athletic revenue generation, marketing, community relations and sponsorships in an effort to increase brand awareness, and affinity for Hornet Athletics. Within this scope, the AADEA will establish relationships and build rapport to generate revenue to support scholarships, discretionary operational expenses and special capital projects. The AADEA will also provide assigned sport supervision.
Senior Director for Facility Operations (Administrator III) Sacramento
Come join the Facilities Management team to work in a dynamic educational environment overseeing the facility operations for the Campus.
Tenure Track Faculty - Public Policy and Administration Sacramento
The position is for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor depending upon qualifications and previous experience. Through this position, the university is making a further commitment to its role as an anchor institution in the region by focusing on a hire with expertise related to public policy and/or public administration, with an exhibited focus in teaching, research, and community service related to social and racial equity. Furthermore, we prefer that the hire has an interest in actively helping to shape the PPA Department’s future and possibly taking a leadership role in the PPA Department as a chairperson within the next two to five years.
Assistant Director of Student Conduct Sacramento
Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Students, the Assistant Director of Office of Student Conduct assists with Student Conduct administration for California State University Sacramento. The Assistant Director is responsible for adjudicating an independent caseload of alleged violations of the Student Conduct Code. The nature of the work performed by the Assistant Director of the Office of Student Conduct is highly sensitive and requires interpretation of CSU and university policies and procedures. This position works collaboratively with numerous offices and presents workshops and other educational programs to students.

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