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Under the direction of the Regional Manager, the RD Supervisor is responsible for providing individual nutritional counseling and implementation of nutritional care plans to pregnant women, breastfeeding women, women up to six months post-partum and caretakers of infant and children participating in the WIC program.  Provides outreach in the form of community classes, presentations, and events and serves as supervisor for WIC site staff.    
Req No.
2018-6819
Category
Community/Social Services
Department/Project Name
Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)
Location
US-CA-El Cajon
This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of a college student(s) to provide technical and/or analytical support in the field of Computer Science and Information Systems for the SSC Pacific Secure Wide Area Network (SWAN) Network Operations Center (NOC). The purpose of this task is to provide technical programming support and web design support for SWAN.   The SWAN NOC is the responsible for maintaining the Secure Wide Area Network in support of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) Pacific Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDTE) environment. This includes, maintaining all routers and switches, providing essential services such as Active Directory, email, Domain Name System (DNS), patching servers, firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems/Intrusion Prevention Sensor (IDS/IPS), and anti-virus. SWAN is also charged with upholding all security requirements mandated by the DoD using various Blue team and vulnerability scanning tools.
Req No.
2018-6813
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-Point Loma
The Human Resources department provides a full range of personnel services to approximately 175 central staff employees, 800 regular salaried employees, and up to 5000 temporary employees per year. Areas of responsibility include development and application of personnel policies and procedures, employee relations, fringe benefits, compensation administration, computerized personnel/payroll system, staffing and affirmative action. Employees of Human Resources participate, as active members in various groups and committees dealing with various specific and broad management problems confronting SDSU Research Foundation. The Human Resources staff is expected to develop and use innovative approaches, techniques and procedures to provide more effective and responsive services to Project Directors and other SDSU Research Foundation managers and staff.
Req No.
2018-6810
Category
Human Resources
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Human Resources
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The Human Resources department provides a full range of personnel services to approximately 175 central staff employees, 800 regular salaried employees, and up to 5000 temporary employees per year. Areas of responsibility include: development and application of personnel policies and procedures, employee relations, fringe benefits, compensation administration, computerized personnel/payroll system, staffing and affirmative action. Employees of Human Resources participate, as active members in various groups and committees dealing with various specific and broad management problems confronting SDSU Research Foundation. The Human Resources staff is expected to develop and use innovative approaches, techniques and procedures to provide more effective and responsive services to Project Directors and other SDSU Research Foundation managers and staff.
Req No.
2018-6809
Category
Human Resources
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Human Resources
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of a college student(s) to provide technical and/or analytical support in the field of Computer Science and Information Systems for the SSC Pacific Secure Wide Area Network (SWAN) Network Operations Center (NOC). The purpose of this task is to provide technical programming support and web design support for SWAN.   The SWAN NOC is the responsible for maintaining the Secure Wide Area Network in support of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) Pacific Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDTE) environment. This includes, maintaining all routers and switches, providing essential services such as Active Directory, email, Domain Name System (DNS), patching servers, firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems/Intrusion Prevention Sensor (IDS/IPS), and anti-virus. SWAN is also charged with upholding all security requirements mandated by the DoD using various Blue team and vulnerability scanning tools.
Req No.
2018-6802
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-Point Loma
The SDSU Pre-College Institute under the SDSU Research Foundation is seeking Instructional Aides for our summer residential programs. The Institute’s goal is to assist low-income and/or first-generation college students currently in high school to prepare for success in college. The six-week programs provide participants with fast-paced, intensive academic coursework and other cultural enrichment activities within a residential setting.
Req No.
2018-6801
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Pre-College Institute
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The SDSU Pre-College Institute within the SDSU Research Foundation is seeking Resident Advisors to supervise and advise high school students during our summer residential programs. The Institute’s goal is to assist low-income and/or first-generation college students currently in high school to prepare for success in college. The six-week summer residential programs provide participants with fast-paced, intensive academic coursework and other cultural enrichment activities within a residential setting. Each Resident Advisor is assigned 10-12 students and lives in the dormitory; Resident Advisors receive room and board.
Req No.
2018-6793
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
Pre-College Institute
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The SDSU Pre-College Institute within the SDSU Research Foundation is seeking Resident Advisors to supervise and advise high school students during our summer residential programs. The Institute’s goal is to assist low-income and/or first-generation college students currently in high school to prepare for success in college. The six-week summer residential programs provide participants with fast-paced, intensive academic coursework and other cultural enrichment activities within a residential setting. Each Resident Advisor is assigned 10-12 students and lives in the dormitory; Resident Advisors receive room and board.      
Req No.
2018-6792
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
Pre-College Institute
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is open for 30 days with the first review of applications on February 20, 2018     Positions in the Research Specialist Classifications are concerned primarily with the compilation and interpretation of both qualitative information and statistical data in the investigation of problems in specific subject matter fields.  Under immediate supervision, the incumbent gathers, compiles and analyzes research data; develops tabulation and coding procedures; and does related work as required. Position will carry out and oversee the performance of small animal cardiology research in an academic research setting.    
Req No.
2018-6769
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
SDSU - Biology Dept
Location
US-CA-San Diego
  This position is open for 30 days with the first review of applications on February 20, 2018     Positions in the Research Specialist Classifications are concerned primarily with the compilation and interpretation of both qualitative information and statistical data in the investigation of problems in specific subject matter fields.  Under immediate supervision, the incumbent gathers, compiles and analyzes research data; develops tabulation and coding procedures; and does related work as required. This position will carry out and oversee the performance of cellular molecular cardiology research in an academic research setting.    
Req No.
2018-6765
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
SDSU - Biology Dept
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The purpose of this task is to provide analytical and technical support services from college students majoring in Computer Science, Engineering and 3D Modelers/ Artists to assist with the Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality (BEMR) Lab. This project looks to explore and develop mixed reality solutions for the warfighter using low- cost, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) gaming and cell phone technology. The goal of this project is to evaluate, integrate and exploit commercial mixed reality (MxR) technology for adaptation to the battlespace to increase and broaden the US warfighter’s asymmetric advantage.   DoD is currently using very few MxR solutions. In the scenarios where MxR is currently employed, the gear is too specialized and extremely expensive. This BEMR project will use inexpensive equipment that can simulate the virtual command center, tactical environment, training scenarios, etc. The purpose of a previous project, Blueshark lab (a fore-runner project to BEMR), was to speculate what will happen in the next 25-50 years in the Navy and Marine Corps. This effort focuses on ways to immediately exploit equipment and software that can be obtained in the commercial space and scale it to the warfighter, getting it in as many hands as possible.
Req No.
2018-6738
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-Point Loma
This position is open until filled with first review of resumes on Friday, January 26, 2018   The SDSU Research Foundation’s Facilities Planning & Management Department participates in the university’s mission of research excellence by housing funded research in research foundation-owned and leased properties when space is not available on campus. The model of asset management performance balances research, university and commercial space occupancies to maximize research opportunities, university needs, and utilizes commercial rents to increase revenue for the SDSU Research Foundation.   Reporting to the Director of Facilities Planning and Management, the Project Manager has broad day-to-day responsibilities for all design and tenant improvement construction of SDSU Research Foundation owned property, and leased project space.
Req No.
2018-6697
Category
Facilities/Maintenance
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Facilities Management
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The mission of the Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC) is to provide support, information and education for families of children with disabilities and the professionals who assist these families. By offering emotional support and factual information, the Center enables families to help their children reach their fullest potential.   Decreasing Disparities in Care in Through Outreach, Education and Linkage This project is a collaborative project between the San Diego Regional Center, Exceptional Family Resource Center, San Diego State University, and University of California San Diego. It is designed to decrease disparities in service utilization among the Latino(a) population of San Diego and Imperial Counties, specifically in the 11-16 year old age group. The project involves Promotoras, or peer-to-peer parent/caregiver educators, who will deliver a manualized intervention to families of current SDRC clients (ages 11-16) who are not accessing available services. Topics covered with parents will include knowledge about developmental disabilities, advocacy in school and other service systems, building social support, and managing stress. The use of Promotoras is a unique service model because they bring their own experiences, successes, and challenges as a parent or primary caregiver of individuals with disabilities to their work with other parents. Promotoras will deliver the intervention in individual home visits across a 4 month period, on an approximately weekly basis.   Under direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Family Support Liaison/Research Assistant I is responsible for providing Bilingual (Spanish/English) support, advocacy, information, resources, outreach, referral services and opportunities available to parents/caregivers of children with special needs and disabilities and to the professionals who assist these families. The goal of this service is to lessen the parents feelings of isolation to care for a special needs child and help lessen the stress and confusion by empowering parents to be aware of appropriate services and entitlements available for their children and to gain skills and information to assist them in effectively parenting their special needs child. This position is also responsible for preforming data collection and data entry of client records in accordance with EFRC policies and procedures.   PLEASE NOTE: Hours per week may vary from 5-20 depending on the needs of the project. 
Req No.
2018-6685
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC)
Location
US-Imperial
The mission of the Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC) is to provide support, information and education for families of children with disabilities and the professionals who assist these families. By offering emotional support and factual information, the Center enables families to help their children reach their fullest potential.   Decreasing Disparities in Care in Through Outreach, Education and Linkage This project is a collaborative project between the San Diego Regional Center, Exceptional Family Resource Center, San Diego State University, and University of California San Diego. It is designed to decrease disparities in service utilization among the Latino(a) population of San Diego and Imperial Counties, specifically in the 11-16 year old age group. The project involves Promotoras, or peer-to-peer parent/caregiver educators, who will deliver a manualized intervention to families of current SDRC clients (ages 11-16) who are not accessing available services. Topics covered with parents will include knowledge about developmental disabilities, advocacy in school and other service systems, building social support, and managing stress. The use of Promotoras is a unique service model because they bring their own experiences, successes, and challenges as a parent or primary caregiver of individuals with disabilities to their work with other parents. Promotoras will deliver the intervention in individual home visits across a 4 month period, on an approximately weekly basis.   Under direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Family Support Liaison/Research Assistant I is responsible for providing Bilingual (Spanish/English) support, advocacy, information, resources, outreach, referral services and opportunities available to parents/caregivers of children with special needs and disabilities and to the professionals who assist these families. The goal of this service is to lessen the parents feelings of isolation to care for a special needs child and help lessen the stress and confusion by empowering parents to be aware of appropriate services and entitlements available for their children and to gain skills and information to assist them in effectively parenting their special needs child. This position is also responsible for preforming data collection and data entry of client records in accordance with EFRC policies and procedures.    PLEASE NOTE: Hours per week may vary from 5-20 depending on the needs of the project. Please also be aware this position will primarily take place in SOUTH BAY.
Req No.
2018-6678
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC)
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of a college student to provide technical and/or analytical support in the field of electrical/mechanical engineering for the Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring for Load Disaggregation and Power Quality Analysis project. The purpose of this Energy System Technology Evaluation Program (ESTEP) funded project is to determine which non-intrusive load monitoring solution(s) offer the best potential for building-level load disaggregation and power quality analysis.   BACKGROUND:   Non-intrusive load monitoring (NILM) devices, such as smart meters, are used to measure, record and analyze a building’s energy consumption.  Load disaggregation is the process of taking a building’s aggregate energy signal and breaking it down into appliance specific data. Accurate load disaggregation leads to a more detailed understanding of how a building’s energy is being used, allowing for greater insight that can lead to energy savings from efficiency improvements and optimization techniques.
Req No.
2018-6677
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-Point Loma
The SDSU Research Foundation WIC Program is the largest WIC agency in San Diego County which provides a variety of nutritional services to over 34,000 participants on a monthly basis with approximately 80 employees.   The WIC Local Vendor Liaison and Project Coordinator is responsible for monitoring and providing support to authorized vendors for compliance will all state/federal requirements as a WIC authorized vendor. The position also provides support to education, training, breastfeeding and outreach projects.    
Req No.
2018-6667
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of college students to provide technical and/or analytical support in the field of computer science for the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) project. The purpose of this project is to maintain, monitor and improve CANES in order to guarantee its effectiveness and robustness once deployed.   CANES, the Navy's next generation tactical afloat network, represents a new business model for delivering capability to the fleet. Formally known as Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services, CANES consolidates five legacy networks into one, which enhances operational effectiveness and provides better quality of life for deployed Sailors.
Req No.
2017-6633
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-Point Loma
The primary mission of the Center for Alcohol & Drug Studies & Services (the Center) Driving Under the Influence Program (DUIP) is to help reduce the incidence and prevalence of driving under the influence and the negative consequences of this behavior for our community and its residents. Our mission is also to assist participants in identifying and seeking solutions of their own alcohol and other drug problems. Under the guidelines established by the State of California and the County of San Diego, DUIP strives to provide the highest quality of counseling services to those who have been convicted of violating the DUI laws.  
Req No.
2017-6591
Category
Community/Social Services
Department/Project Name
Driving Under the Influence Program (DUIP)
Location
US-CA-San Diego,
This position is located in Northern California in Calaveras/Amador or Tuolumne County:   The Creative Support Alternatives project witin the SDSU Research Foundation, provides Independent/Supported Living Services and related services to adults with disabilities, as well as others who benefit from individualized, person-driven supports, to maximize their full inclusion and participation in all aspects of home and community life.   The Community Support Facilitator, under the supervision of the Director(s) and Community Living Coordinator(s), provides direct support to people with developmental disabilities in their homes and in the community.
Req No.
2017-6445
Category
Community/Social Services
Department/Project Name
Creative Support Alternatives
Location
US-CA-San Diego
Under the general direction of the Director of Marketing and the direct supervision of the On Air Fundraising Manager and Senior Producer, the Producer will be responsible for implementing the tactics required to meet the fundraising goals of the radio and television fundraising campaigns conducted throughout the year at KPBS; testing and implementing new online revenue opportunities including on-air promotions/campaigns to increase online revenue year round; providing production, coordination and administrative support during on air television campaigns; and working collaboratively with the membership marketing staff on various tactics related to the online fundraising site.    This position is covered under the SAG/AFTRA collective bargaining agreement with KPBS.
Req No.
2017-6359
Category
Radio/TV/Multimedia
Department/Project Name
KPBS
Location
US-CA-San Diego