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Benefits Coordinator Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Director of Benefits Services, and in coordination with the Benefits Analysts, the Benefits Coordinator is responsible for providing support and coordination for various benefits program areas within the Benefits office. The incumbent will perform a variety of complex administrative functions within the Benefits Office, such as benefits administration; coordination of the CSU Fee Waiver and Reduction Program; supporting the intake process for benefits related inquiries; communicating basic eligibility, policy, and procedure information according to the regulations of the CSU Benefits Program; and maintaining confidential benefits and leaves files containing information related to employee medical leaves.
Tenure Track Faculty - Director of Orchestral Studies & Opera Sacramento
Sacramento State seeks a highly skilled and inspiring musician and teacher for a full-time, tenure-track position in Orchestral Studies and Opera Theatre beginning in August 2024. The successful candidate will serve a highly diverse population of undergraduate and graduate students as a progressive, inclusive, and creative educator, leading the University Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theatre, and teaching and mentoring graduate students in orchestral conducting. The successful candidate will be involved in the development of inclusive programming and will be responsive to the needs of diverse learners.
Graduate Student Enrollment and Experience Specialist Sacramento
The Graduate Student Enrollment and Engagement unit at Sacramento State is designed to support the holistic and academic development of all students, including those from underserved and represented communities. This work includes analysis of needs, advisement of policy and eligibility requirements and using planning, interviewing, and counseling techniques. Assignments require professional skills and knowledge in graduate education, as well as understanding the need for coordinated action solutions crossing organizational lines.
Department Administrative Support Assistant Sacramento
The Department ASA (Administrative Support Assistant II) works under the general supervision of the Department Chair and is responsible for providing general reception and office and administrative support to students, faculty, and staff in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and the Maryjane Rees Center’s Clinics, Audiology Clinic (Folsom Hall 1st Floor) and the Speech and Language Clinic (Folsom Hall 2nd Floor). Primary duties include but are not limited to: preparing and composing correspondence and reports, creating and maintaining files and recordkeeping systems, arranging meetings and events, data entry, managing social media, and managing purchasing of supplies.
Tenure Track Faculty - Environmental Health Equity Sacramento
The Department of Environmental Studies invites applications for a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor of Environmental Health Equity beginning Fall 2024. We are seeking a scholar that works at the juncture of environmental and public health with expertise in one or more environmental areas including, but not limited to, community hazards and risk, environmental pollution and toxicology, disease and epidemiology, climate adaptation, and nature-based solutions. A scholar whose work leads to useable science for under-served communities impacted by environmental change is preferred.
Budget Analyst - Student Health, Counseling & Wellness Services Sacramento
The Student Health, Counseling, & Wellness Service Budget Analyst works under the general direction of the Senior AVP Student Health, Counseling and Wellness Services to strategically plan and manage the division’s fiscal resources in a manner that supports attainment of campus and divisional goals and objectives. The Budget Analyst serves as the lead for budget projections and planning for the division, this includes providing direction, training and constructive feedback to nearly 65 staff members in various departments throughout the division. The Budget Analyst provides input and direction on fiscal matters, and oversees a complex divisional budget with input on expenditures for various departments with a combined budget of ~$18M from several sources (health fees, facilities fees, grants, interest income, endowments, trust funds, etc.).
Planetarium Administrative Assistant - Physics and Astronomy Sacramento
Under the direction of the Department Chair, the incumbent will work with the Planetarium Coordinator to support the administrative operations of the Planetarium and will act as the first point of contact for individuals and groups from on and off campus seeking information regarding Planetarium scheduling and operations. The incumbent in this position also serves as Receptionist for the Physics and Astronomy Department. The incumbent must greet students and visitors to the Department Office, providing answers/information determined by university and department established procedures and policies.
Tenure Track Faculty - Computer Science Sacramento
Four tenure-track assistant/associate professor positions to begin with the Fall 2024 semester. Applicants specializing in all areas of computer science will be considered and are encouraged to apply. Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or closely related field required by the time of the appointment.
Tenure Track Faculty - Law Sacramento
The College of Health and Human Services invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor to teach within the Division of Criminal Justice beginning in August 2024. This is a full-time tenure-track position.
Interviewer I (ASA I) (Hourly Intermittent) (up to 4 positions) 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.
Elder in Residence Sacramento
The Elder in Residence is an important element of the overall counseling program of the ‘Esak’tima Center. The Elder will meet with students to determine specific needs and how those needs might be met. They will meet with representatives of the nine local Tribal Nations to ensure that the Center programming is responsive to student needs. The Elder also assists with coordination of events and facilitates Talking Circle and Cultural Workshops.
Administrative Analyst Sacramento
The Peer and Academic Resource Center (PARC) is looking for an Administrative Analyst to provide primary personnel and budgetary support to the Assistant Vice President of Equity and Belonging in Peer Programs. This position collaborates with the management and staff of designated programs/departments to ensure that administrative, personnel and financial resources are administered in a manner that supports the strategic goals of Academic Affairs.
Pharmacist I Sacramento
Works under the general administrative direction of the Associate Vice President Student Health and Counseling Services and the Pharmacist II.  The Pharmacist I perform the full range of general licensed pharmacist duties, including but not limited to consulting with the prescribers and patients; identifying, evaluating, and interpreting prescriptions; acquiring, compounding, and dispensing of medications, vaccines and other therapeutic agents. Responsible for managing pharmacy operations with regard to proper formulary, staff training, procurement, and insurance billing. Responsible for providing lead work direction to technical and administrative support staff within the health services pharmacy, such as intern pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and clerks. Responsible for ensuring pharmacy programs and operations are in compliance with the applicable federal and state laws in accordance with the "Rules of Professional Conduct" set forth by the California State Board of Pharmacy, the California Business and Professional Code, and Executive Order No. 943 of the Office of the Chancellor.
LSS III - Cataloging/Metadata Sacramento
This position reports directly to the Head of the Collection Management Services Department and works in close consultation with the LSS IV Metadata Management Coordinator. The department is responsible for cataloging newly acquired library materials, and for maintaining bibliographic and inventory records in Alma for display in the Library's discovery system, OneSearch. This position has chief responsibility for complex cataloging of special collections materials, curriculum collection materials, juvenile materials and other materials requiring adaptive cataloging.
Library Budget, Personnel, & Operations Analyst Sacramento
Under the general direction of the Dean of the Library, the Budget, Personnel, & Operations Analyst manages sensitive information and situations, provides the lead work direction for office administrative staff, and oversees the day-to-day operations of the unit. This position is responsible for financial, personnel, and other administrative issues. Financial duties include fund management, reconciliation, fiscal analysis, and projections for the University Library budget, including state general funds, lottery, foundation, and trust accounts. This position requires considerable discretion and judgment to effectively carry through on decisions and duties in a broad range of administrative areas.
Facilities Support Services Representative (Hourly Intermittent) Sacramento
The College of Continuing Education (CCE) is looking for a motivated and qualified individual to join their Facilities and Logistics unit. As a Facilities and Support Representative you will serve as a key stakeholder by providing virtual and onsite instructional administrative support for the delivery of programming at CCE. This position works independently in troubleshooting all instructional programs delivery needs including but not limited to equipment, parking, building, classroom, computer lab, security, and customer issues. This position provides sole facilities support in Napa and Modoc Halls during evenings and weekends.
Student Health Athlete Care Analyst Sacramento
Under general direction of the Associate Director Health, Wellness and Performance, and Sr. AVP or designee, the Student Health Athlete Care Analyst (SHACA) serves students and student athletes, ensuring optimal health care management regarding insurance benefits and medical service referrals for injured students and student athletes. The SHACA uses knowledge of the medical insurance billing policies, procedures, regulations, and practices, together with a thorough understanding of NCAA rules and regulations to navigate medical treatment plans, insurance reimbursements, and related actions on behalf of, or together with, student athletes. In addition, the SHACA reviews and submits insurance billing in PnC, Family Pact, and Medi-Cal.
Men's Issue Room Attendant Sacramento
The incumbent of this position is responsible to service the needs of the programs and activities of the Department of Kinesiology. Duties take place in the equipment room located in the men's locker room which include preparation, issuance, labeling and record keeping of clothing and towels. This includes maintaining uniforms that are issued for activity classes. Responsible for supplies and equipment including inventory, preparation of purchase orders and stock received. Knowledge and experience with elementary physical education instructional equipment and issuance of equipment to faculty/students is required. In addition, the incumbent is also responsible for the appropriate support in setting up and taking down equipment and completing appropriate equipment repairs for activity classes. The incumbent maintains all record data pertaining to fines, issuance of locks and lockers, and the maintaining of all locks and lockers of the men's locker room.
Director of Administration Sacramento
Facilities Management is the steward for the University buildings, physical infrastructure, grounds, and landscape. We perform maintenance and renovation of facilities; plan and manage new construction; support University initiatives though our commitment to building a welcoming campus which covers over 50 buildings on 616 acres; 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!
Vice President for Student Affairs Sacramento
The Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA) reports directly to the President, serves as the chief student affairs officer for Sacramento State, and provides institutional leadership for various student development services and programs and student services operations. The position works directly with other Vice Presidents as a member of the President's Cabinet and participates in all aspects of institution-wide planning and support of the University's mission and goals. The VPSA is responsible for the overall leadership, administration, and management of the Division of Student Affairs, including managing complex budgets (general funds, fees, grants, and other revenues) and 300+ employees (including managers and represented staff). The VPSA works collaboratively with campus partners to create a campus culture that promotes student success, provides a safe and welcoming campus environment for a diverse student body, and fosters a sense of community among the students.

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