The salary range for this position is $17.00 - $20.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.
SDSU is leading a new project funded by a UC Climate Action grant in support of a collaborative partnership to advance community and ecosystem resilience to climate change through Indigenous stewardship. Our project, the Collaborative of Native Nations for Climate Transformation and Stewardship (CNNCTS) brings together four universities, six Tribal partners, and the Climate Science Alliance’s Tribal Working Group, a network of representatives from 20+ Tribal governments and organizations in southern California to facilitate a paradigm shift in how climate action is visioned, led, and implemented. Our collaborative model embodies equal valuation of Indigenous and academic knowledge, advances Indigenous management practices and stewardship, and innovates shared learning opportunities for university students and community members.
The objectives of CNNCTS are to:
CNNCTS will deliver high-impact, interdisciplinary curricula and research opportunities to Tribal members and CSU/UC students and faculty, providing real-world technical and workforce training. We will co-produce actionable research on relevant climate adaptation strategies and strengthen relationships between academic and Tribal communities through place-based experiences that will advance community-led climate action.
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
The Program Development and Management Analyst will be hired to oversee the day to day operations and logistics of CNNCTS. The candidate will oversee a wide range of initiatives in a fast-paced environment, with attention to detail, accuracy and timelines. You will plan, coordinate and complete internal events such as off-sites, team building events and
organizational wide meetings (all hands). You will plan, coordinate and implement external events as well for our community partners.
The Program Manager will play a major role in supporting the Network Coordinator, and the PI team. The Manager will lead project coordination and logistics. Pending experience and interests, program managers can also get involved in identifying existing resources/materials, brainstorming, coordinating content conversations and content development.
Position Specific Responsibilities
The selected candidate will be responsible for coordinating and providing support for research collaborators, working with subcontractors to organize stakeholder engagement sessions, and managing project reporting, timelines, and budgets.
Analytical, content or program development opportunities will be determined based on the experience and expertise of the selected candidate.
Project Specific Knowledge and Abilities
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