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Records and Residency Specialist (Administrative Support Coordinator II) San Diego Academic Affairs
The Records and Residency Specialist is responsible for assisting students, staff and the general public in the Office of the Registrar. Public area assistance comprises of communicating to and assisting students, faculty and staff with the procedures and regulations regarding enrollment, grades and transcripts.
HR Analyst-HR Services Lead (Confidential Administrative Support II) San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The HR Analyst-HR Services Lead provides day-to-day guidance, training, and work direction to the HR Services team. The HR Services Lead works alongside team members to support HR Services operations while providing operational guidance to team members and serving as an escalation point on complex matters. Assesses business processes and makes recommendations to improve service delivery to the campus community. The HR Services Lead will provide HR Services project support as needed. This position will also serve as the point of contact for all official personnel file review, Public Records Act, and subpoena requests.
Parking Officer San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The Parking Officer coordinates multiple parking related functions to ensure the day to day operations of parking services is successful. The incumbent will be required to patrol the campus on foot, on bike, or by vehicle to enforce the parking rules and regulations. The ideal candidate will exhibit high-quality customer service and will possess the the ability to lift up to 50 pounds repeatedly, sit, bend, walk for extended hours, stand and have repetitive arm movement for long periods of time.
Housing Coordinator San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
Under the supervision of the Hospitality Manager, the Housing Coordinator coordinates all aspects of housing-related to isolation and quarantine protocols for the Office of Housing Administration. The Housing Coordinator possesses thorough knowledge of the Housing Administration policies, procedures, regulations, philosophies, and programs to provide assistance and coordination with continuity of information to residents, parents, campus departments and the public. The incumbent is accountable for the office workflow and completion of work including logistics, student moves, keys, room turns, custodial and maintenance coordination and coordination with dining. The Housing Coordinator also provides clerical support for the general office as required and may be assigned other duties as necessary.
Police Officer Cadet San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
This recruitment will be used to establish a pool of candidates for current and future Police Cadet positions.
Psychiatrist San Diego Student Affairs
The Physician­-Specialty Services Psychiatrist is a licensed, highly skilled health care practitioner who provides a wide range of primary health care services within a student health center including assessment and management.
Lead Custodian San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The Lead Custodian prioritizes and coordinates the work of an area, laying-out, assigning, directing and assisting the work of custodians and student assistants in the performance of custodial work. The incumbent monitors and ensures the completion of custodial duties.
Student Success Academic Advisor (Student Services Professional II) San Diego - Imperial Valley Student Affairs
The Student Success Academic Advisor will provide advising to enable students to understand their collegiate experiences at different levels of awareness via personal growth, co-curricular programs, and advising.
Executive Director, Facilities Services San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
San Diego State University is seeking a dynamic, results-driven leader with extensive facilities services management experience in a collective bargaining environment. The ideal candidate is engaged in business operations and possesses strong analytical and communication skills to work collaboratively and effectively across the campus community. They actively provide effective leadership, guidance, and support to managers and staff in a variety of trades and professional disciplines. They are approachable and they listen to others, are adaptable to different communication styles, and are creative, persuasive, and solution-oriented. They possess strong ethical standards and are committed to building on San Diego State University’s excellence.
PeopleSoft Analyst/Programmer (Analyst/Programmer, Career) San Diego Information Technology
The PeopleSoft Analyst/Programmer is responsible for providing administrative systems programming and analysis operations support for PeopleSoft Campus Solutions (Student Information System) currently in implementation at San Diego State University. SDSU also utilizes Oracle PeopleSoft for HCM (HR).
Steam Team Lead (Lead Building Service Engineer) San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The Steam Team Lead is responsible for directing staff assigned in the operation and maintenance of the campus Steam Team over the centralized steam and heating hot water distribution. This position requires working knowledge of chill plant operations and maintenance, corrective and preventative maintenance, HVAC equipment, and energy management systems, as well as knowledge of current applicable federal and state regulations, and current health and safety codes including appropriate Cal-OSHA and Federal OSHA.
Painter (Paint Shop) San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The Painter performs full range of skilled painter work including preparation of surfaces for painting and finishing (scraping, sanding, patching, caulking, glazing and applying fillers and primers) and the application of finishes (using brush, roller, spray and electro-static spray equipment). Mixes and matches paints and finishes; performs sand and water blasting; erects scaffolding and hangs rigging.
Carpenter (Carpenter Shop) San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The Carpenter performs the full range of skilled carpentry work including new construction, remodeling of existing spaces, and repair and maintenance work. Incumbent builds, remodels and repairs various types of facilities, buildings, offices, classrooms, restrooms, sheds, scaffolds, forms, frames, fences, and other structures. Renovates existing spaces, adding, or removing windows, doors, and walls, installing wall covering, ceilings and floors. Incumbent installs and repairs dry wall, ceiling, and floor tiles; constructs cabinets, counters, shelves, benches, partitions; installs and repairs modular furniture; installs and repairs door and window frames; hangs doors and installs windows. Installs signs, display boards, blinds, fixtures (soap and paper goods dispensers, etc.); repairs furnishings (tables, chairs, desks, lab benches, etc.).
Regulatory Analyst/Educator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist, Exempt I) San Diego Research Affairs
The Regulatory Analyst/Educator shares responsibility for implementation of policies and procedures associated with SDSU affiliated human subject research consistent with federal and state regulations and University policies. The ideal candidate will have a comprehensive knowledge of human research protection regulations and their application to ethical and responsible research practices. The ideal candidate will also possess ability to effectively communicate policies, procedures, and practices with other Regulatory Analyst/Educators, the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Chair and the SDSU research community, including faculty investigators, students, research administration, and committee members.
Assistant Director, Undocumented Resource Center San Diego Student Affairs
The Assistant Director, in collaboration with the Director of the Undocumented Resource Center, supports the day-to-day support to and oversight of staff, student employees, volunteers, and interns. This position will assume a shared role in ensuring a physical space, which fosters safe, inclusive, and affirming social and educational interactions for undocumented students utilizing the Center.
Police Officer (Lateral/P.O.S.T. Certified) San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The Police Officer's primary function is to ensure the protection and public safety of SDSU students, faculty, staff, property, and members of the general public who visit SDSU.  Incumbents assigned to this series must have successfully completed a certified California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) program.
Student Services Advisor (Student Services Professional II) San Diego Academic Affairs
The Student Services Advisor will provide high quality, accessible and consistent advising services to both lower and upper division undergraduate students primarily in the School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences but as needed across the college’s five schools. The incumbent facilitates the successful recruitment, admission, transition, retention, progression and graduation of students.
Cogeneration Plant Operator San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The Cogeneration Plant Operator assists in the operation, maintenance, repair, and inspection of heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, ventilation, and water treatment equipment as it pertains to cogeneration or power systems, including hot water boilers, chillers, condensers, compressors, circulating water pumps, blower fans, valves, ducting, gauges and manhole covers. They may also render emergency repairs to steam, natural gas, water and air systems, and oil distribution systems. The incumbent is also responsible for proper electrical switchgear operation, distribution of the electrical system, and the electricity produced by the power plant, in addition to the proper transfer from on-station usage to alternate users.
Supervisor, CoGeneration Plant (Supervising Building Service Engineer) San Diego Business & Financial Affairs
The CoGeneration Plant Supervisor is responsible for directing staff assigned in the operation and maintenance of the campus cogeneration plant, centralized steam and heating hot water distribution, all auxiliary and ancillary plant equipment utilized in the production and distribution of campus utilities. Incumbent is responsible for identifying to management issues or situations requiring management involvement. Incumbent provides input to management in preparation of annual performance evaluations.
Development Officer, Student Affairs & Campus Diversity San Diego University Relations Dev
The Development Officer, Student Affairs and Campus Diversity is a fundraising professional primarily responsible for working with the Development team to plan and strategically implement fundraising efforts (seeking both outright and planned gifts) for current campus diversity-oriented priorities and other related academic programs.

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