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This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after November 8, 2022.    This position works a hybrid in-office schedule, generally a minimum of two days in the office per week, with initial training conducted in-office.  Additionally, candidate must live within a commutable distance.   The San Diego State University Research Foundation’s (SDSURF) primary purpose is to advance and support the research vision and educational and community service mission of San Diego State University (SDSU). Established in 1943, the Foundation is a 501(c)3 corporation and is governed by a board of directors composed of SDSU administrators, faculty, staff and community members.  SDSURF staff perform the following functions for the benefit of SDSU:   - Assists with proposal development and submission. - Reviews and negotiates contracts from external funding agencies and develops and negotiates sub-awards with collaborating organizations. - Assists faculty with interpretation of and compliance with applicable regulations and administers awarded grants and contracts from federal, state, and local agencies, private foundations, and corporations for research, training, service and self-support projects. - Provides finance and accounting, financial systems, purchasing, human resources, payroll, computing services and risk management support for research and project funds, scholarships, institutes, KPBS, Global Campus, and The Campanile Foundation. - Provides technology transfer services, protects intellectual property, commercializes technology developed by the university and assists spin-out companies. - Identifies, acquires, and manages real property in support of sponsored programs not housed in university facilities. - Implements innovative university programs and partnerships as directed by the University.   The Associate Vice President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the senior executive for the Research Foundation and reports to the President through the university’s Vice President for Research and Innovation.  The CEO also collaborates with the Vice President for Business and Financial Affairs to ensure compliance with SDSU policy and sound administrative and fiscal management.  The CEO is responsible for the overall operation and management of SDSURF. The CEO supervises the major units of the organization which include finance & accounting; human resources & risk management; facilities planning & management; sponsored research services; information systems and communications.   In fiscal year 2021-22, the research foundation administered $180 million in revenue from grants, contracts and campus program activity. The research foundation’s central and agency employee count is approximately 175 and 400 respectively with close to 1800 additional grant project employees.   Reporting directly to the CEO, the Executive Assistant provides executive support and serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external customers and the executive office staff.  Responsible for serving as a liaison to the board of directors and senior management teams; facilitates board meetings; plans and coordinates organizational meetings and oversees special projects and events to enhance the overall operations and relationships of SDSU Research Foundation.
Req No.
2022-14632
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Executive Office
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The SDSU Research Foundation Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program is the largest WIC agency in San Diego County, with approximately 80 employees providing a variety of nutrition services to over 26,000 participants monthly. The WIC program is a safety net program that aims to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care for residents of San Diego County.   Under the direction of the Registered Dietitian, the Degreed Nutritionist determines eligibility, provides nutrition education classes and counseling services for program participants.     We value your hard work, integrity and commitment to the team, and we put people first by offering you benefits that support your life and well-being. To learn more, please click here
Req No.
2022-14628
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)
Location
US-CA-Escondido
San Diego State University's HealthLINK Center for Transdisciplinary Health Disparities Research (SDSU HealthLINK Center) is a multi-college effort to support minority health and health disparities research. The mission of the SDSU HealthLINK Center (Center) is to inspire transformational and collaborative research that promotes health equity and well-being for all people and communities. The Center’s priority populations are Latinos/Hispanics, sexual and gender minorities, rural, and low-income populations. With over 60 individuals on the team and growing, the SDSU HealthLINK Center consists of multi-disciplinary faculty, administrative and technical staff, students, volunteers and members of our partner organizations. The Center is committed to the vision of inspiring collaborative and transformational research that promotes health and well-being for everyone.   Under the direction of the Intervention/Community Engagement Coordinator, the Intervention/Community Engagement Research Assistant will gain experience and support activities in intervention methods, formative research methods, and community-engaged research. The Research Assistant will support the development of protocols for formative research and intervention-related research. The position will also contribute to priority projects in collaboration with the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA). The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude and a commitment to diversity, openness, flexibility, and integrity.  
Req No.
2022-14626
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
SDSU - HealthLINK
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after November 11, 2022.   Academy for Professional Excellence, a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work, was established in 1996 with the goal of revolutionizing the way people work to ensure the world is a healthier place. Our services incorporate principles of anti-racist, trauma-informed, and recovery oriented practices. Providing over 70,000 learning experiences to health and human service and justice system professionals annually, the Academy creates experiences with the mission to provide exceptional learning and development experiences for the transformation of individuals, organizations, and communities. The Academy continues to grow with new programs and a variety of workforce development solutions in Southern California and beyond.    A significant effort in the Academy’s commitment to the ongoing work of creating an anti-racist, recovery-oriented, and trauma-informed workplace is the recruitment of individuals who represent the full diversity of our community. The Academy invests in people to create an innovative work environment that promotes well-being and a culture that builds on and fosters the strengths of its staff and their intersectional identities. When you join the Academy team you can expect to contribute to an inclusive and innovative environment where the sharing of ideas, perspectives, and experiences is welcomed and encouraged. In applying for a position at the Academy, we invite you to consider our Core Values and our commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.   Child Welfare Development Services (CWDS) provides workforce development, organizational support, technical assistance and capacity building for the public child welfare staff of Southern California counties. These services include coaching, simulation, classroom training, eLearning and evaluation services. Workforce development services consist of development opportunities  for new social workers, the existing workforce, supervisors, managers and executive level leadership as well as community partners and multi disciplinary partners working closely with child welfare agencies.     
Req No.
2022-14618
Category
Community/Social Services
Department/Project Name
Academy for Professional Excellence
Location
US-San Diego
Under direction, incumbents must have course work in the discipline requested on the task order Statement of Work.   This statement of work covers the need for student services to provide technical and/or analytical support in the fields of computer engineering in order to help design, develop, and enhance the electrical energy system for the Energy Management Circuit Breaker (EMCB) project and the Energy Innovation Lab (EIL). The student will need to write a python programming code to create a Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) for multiple systems, and will assist in design a set of test cases for EIL to test and capability to the EMCB project. This project is meant to install devices to monitor the power coming out of the transmission lines, and send data to the high voltage shop in military bases to make their job easier. The devices will also increase the safety in military bases because they have multi-sensors which include low voltage and fire detection.  
Req No.
2022-14609
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-CA-San Diego
Under direct supervision, incumbent performs duties ranging from unskilled to skilled and/or specialized, in a variety of position that typically require the use of manual, clerical, public contact and/or analytical skills. Assignments have limited use of discretion and judgment; work is regularly reviewed and may entail detailed instructions. Specific job duties are defined by the project or agency and can range from clerical, administrative, technical and research assignments.
Req No.
2022-14603
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
Office of International Programs
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position’s primary responsibilities will be overall project coordination and oversight, including assisting with the implementation of surveillance protocols.  The incumbent will maintain and provide case-based surveillance and epidemiologic data for program participants in theCalSRVSS program, which conducts surveillance for COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses at sentinel outpatient facilities and non-clinician-based testing sites. The objective is to track trends and characterize demographic and exposure data for SARS-CoV-2 over time, estimate trends in other respiratory pathogen circulation, and monitor for the appearance of SARS-CoV-2 variants of interest or concern. The position will require travel to clinical sites.   The research lab is located in Alvarado Court (owned by SDSU Research Foundation). The research group specializes in respiratory health and infectious diseases. This position will work directly with Dr. Oren, as well as graduate student assistants and other personnel, along with stakeholders in other organizations. This position will directly report to Dr. Oren.  
Req No.
2022-14595
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Graduate School of Public Health
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position works a hybrid in-office/remote schedule, generally a minimum of two days in the office per week, with initial training conducted in-office.  Additionally, candidate must live within a commutable distance.   Under the direct supervision of the Purchasing Manager, the Accounting Technician III (Procurement Card Specialist) is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the P-Card program at SDSURF, serving as the central point of contact for cardholders and card approving managers, as well as a liaison with the card- issuing bank, US Bank. The program currently has an estimated 300 procurement cards. The P-Card Administrator oversees card expenditures for compliance to SDSURF policy and procedures and those of research and sponsored programs.  
Req No.
2022-14578
Category
Purchasing
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Purchasing
Location
US-CA-San Diego
KPBS serves the greater San Diego community with informative, cultural, entertaining and educational television, radio, and web programming. KPBS TV/FM is the public television and radio station for San Diego. Licensed to San Diego State University, KPBS supports and furthers the university’s educational and community service mission by informing, enlightening and empowering its audience. It does so not only by presenting national and locally produced programming of value to its San Diego audience, but also by producing programming about San Diego and its people for distribution nationwide. The Audience Services Specialistis the first point of contact for callers requiring information about KPBS’ radio, television and digital services, and for member services requests. The specialist must be able to communicate ideas and information clearly, with sensitivity to the comprehension level of the caller and in a manner, which supports the mission of KPBS. The specialist  must be able to work well with others, including the public and other staff - maintaining a calm and patient demeanor in the face of anger and distress. The person in this role must deal with a wide variety of people, situations and information with friendliness, engagement and sensitivity. The ASR II is also responsible for performing the more intricate tasks in the department concerning memberships and monetary account adjustments, as well as providing support for the other representatives. The four primary goals of the position are to act as the provider of information to KPBS’ constituents, ensure that member service requests are completed in a timely manner, be the go-to person for the Audience Services Assistant(s), (ASA) and perform tasks normally handled by the Audience and Member Services Supervisor when the Supervisor is not present. The specialist is also expected to provide relevant feedback to KPBS staff regarding the effectiveness of our services and products.   Benefits & Job Perks Full Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Accident) 403(b) Matching and Voluntary Retirement Flexible Spending Account(s) Employee Assistance Program 10 Vacation Days 14 Observed Holidays Sick Leave Accrual Paid Leave Options Flexible Work Schedule Hybrid Work Schedule Options 
Req No.
2022-14573
Category
Radio/TV/Multimedia
Department/Project Name
KPBS
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The Environmental Biotechnology Lab at SDSU is working to develop new biotechnology solutions to advance energy and resource recovery from wastewater. To support the development, scaling, and optimization of these new systems, fundamental scientific discoveries are needed to better engineer effective microbial communities. This research project is funded by the National Science Foundation and will support a student to use emerging genetic engineering tools to elucidate the interactions between microorganisms in a biofilm.   Using genetic engineering tools to study microbial interactions within energy and resource recovery systems. The San Diego State University (SDSU) Environmental Biotechnology Lab has an opening for an incoming Graduate Assistant student position for the Joint Doctoral Program between SDSU and UCSD, starting Fall 2023. Students will take coursework at University of California San Diego (UCSD) and work as a research assistant in the SDSU Environmental Biotechnology Lab.  
Req No.
2022-14571
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Location
US-CA-San Diego
Under supervision of an SDSU Faculty member, this position is intended to provided mentored advanced training to enhance professional skills and research independence in the Post Doc's academic discipline.   Pursue innovative research on scattering and reaction theory in a shell model framework, in collaboration with the Nuclear Data and Theory group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.    
Req No.
2022-14565
Category
Education/Training
Department/Project Name
SDSU - Physics
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The SDSU Research Foundation Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program is the largest WIC agency in San Diego County, with approximately 80 employees providing a variety of nutrition services to over 26,000 participants monthly. The WIC program is a safety net program that aims to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care for residents of San Diego County.   Under the direction of the Area Supervisor and Registered Dietitian Supervisor, the WIC Nutrition Services Assistant is responsible for providing a variety of clerical duties in support of WIC program operations; provides customer service to program participants and applicants; educating participants on non-nutrition issues such as program orientation, including the use of food benefits and determines eligibility of WIC participants. This position travels to other WIC Offices in the San Diego region as needed. This position may include training for eligibility to become a certified California WIC Nutrition Assistant (WNA).  
Req No.
2022-14558
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)
Location
US-CA-Chula Vista
The South Bay Latino Research Center (SBLRC) seeks to promote research that improves cardiovascular disease outcomes in diverse Hispanic/Latino populations living in the border region of San Diego. Using principles of Community-based Participatory Research, SBLRC investigators conduct epidemiologic, intervention and health service research in an effort to improve the health and welfare of the community it serves. Existing partnerships with the SBLRC include the University of California, San Diego, San Ysidro Health, Inc., Scripps Health, and Neighborhood Healthcare.   Housed within the SBLRC, the Hispanic Community Health Study/ Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL) is a multi-center, interdisciplinary epidemiological study of Hispanic/Latino populations in the United States sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and other institutions, centers, and offices of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The goals of the HCHS/SOL study include further study of the prevalence and development of chronic disease in Hispanics/Latinos, the role of acculturation in health conditions, and the identification of factors that play protective or harmful roles in health among Hispanics/Latinos. This longitudinal cohort study is intended to address a wide variety of health conditions, including heart disease, stroke, asthma, chronic obstructive lung disease, and diabetes, among others. The target population recruited from the South Bay area of San Diego County includes over 4,000 persons of Hispanic/Latino heritage between the ages of 18-74.   This position is temporary part-time to serve as a backup and to cover on specific fixed days, including weekends.Under the direct and general supervision of the Project Director, Project Managers and Project Coordinator, the Phlebotomist/Clinical Laboratory Assistant I performs one or more standard laboratory procedures to prepare laboratory specimens, materials and equipment. The Phlebotomist/Clinical Laboratory Assistant collects, and processes biological specimens; adequately handles, contains, stores and disposes of the waste materials; both on site and on the field. Performs cleaning and de-contamination of laboratory surfaces, materials, and equipment. Assists in distribution of laboratory instruments and other materials to the assigned phlebotomy/laboratory processing areas. Prepares specimen for short and long-term storage, shipping and transportation, and makes arrangements for daily shipping pick up/drop off, as needed. Maintains laboratory supplies and equipment inventories, maintenance logs, supply orders, and assists with planning and scheduling of equipment maintenance. Adheres to safety regulations, OSHA bloodborne pathogens act, handling dry ice, collection and processing of biospecimens samples according to the study protocols. Performs phlebotomy functions, quality control activities, data entry, and record keeping. Personal transportation required for any offsite assignments. This position may be extended as needed.
Req No.
2022-14553
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Hispanic Community Health Study (HCHS/SOL)
Location
US-CA-Chula Vista
Under direction, incumbents must have course work in the discipline requested on the task order Statement of Work.   This Statement of Work encompasses the need for student technical and/or analytical support in the fields of Marine Biology, Oceanography, Biology and Chemistry towards the development of toxicity and uptake values for PFAS relevant to marine systems. The specific task requires use of both standardized and innovate laboratory-based testing procedures to evaluate the toxicity and bioaccumulation of 10 priority PFAS (PFBA, PFBS, PFHxA, PFHxS, PFOA, PFOS, PFDA, PFDS, 6:2 FTS, 8:2 FTS) as part of a Navy Environmental Sustainability Development to Integration (NESDI) program project #601, titled “Chronic toxicity and bioaccumulation evaluation of multiple PFAS for benthic and pelagic species relevant to marine ecological risk assessment.” These tasks will be conducted in the Bioassay Laboratory at NIWC Pacific in San Diego, CA.  
Req No.
2022-14540
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is open until filled    KPBS News serves a countywide audience with news, information, cultural, and entertainment programming. KPBS is the public media station for San Diego with a mission to be the premier source of local news and information for the San Diego region.   PURPOSE OF THE POSITION The news division’s mission is to provide fair, accurate and contextualized reports about the people and issues of import affecting San Diego and Imperial counties, their residents and extended communities. In support of this mission, the News Editor leads a team of beat reporters, including the Racial Justice and Social Equity reporter, and works with other newsroom leaders to prioritize accountability-driven coverage,  including a mix of thought-provoking stories as well as fresh explainers that teach the audience something new.   Under the supervision of the News Director, the News Editor assigns, edits and plans for spot news, features and other enterprise reports for radio, TV, and digital platforms.   We need an collaborator who can work with the Senior News Producers and other editors to satisfy the expectations of program audiences.  The News Editor provides input and assistance for grant- and donor-reports on projects in the Editor’s area, with support and oversight from the Director of Grants and Engagement.    Benefits & Job Perks Full Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Accident) 403(b) Matching and Voluntary Retirement Flexible Spending Account(s) Employee Assistance Program 10 Vacation Days 14 Observed Holidays Sick Leave Accrual Paid Leave Options Flexible Work Schedule
Req No.
2022-14535
Category
Radio/TV/Multimedia
Department/Project Name
KPBS
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position works a hybrid in-office schedule, generally a minimum of two days in the office per week, with initial training conducted in-office.  Additionally, candidate must live within a commutable distance.   The Sponsored Research Services (SRS) divisoin supports the research mission of San Diego State University in the areas of grant development and adminisrtion, including: developing and submitting proposals; negotiating grant and contract awards and subawards; and administering grants, contracts, research support funds, gift funds,  and other campus and community programs.     The Sr. Fund Administrator is responsible for managing a workload that is comprised of gift funds, internal grant program funds, institutional allocation funds, and self-support activities.  The position has direct responsibility of an assigned portfolio of funds and is required to understand and interpret SDSU Research Foundation policies and procedures, SDSU policy and California State University policy as applicable.       .
Req No.
2022-14519
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - SR Administration (SRA)
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after October 17, 2022.    This position works a hybrid in-office schedule, generally a minimum of two days in the office per week, with initial training conducted in-office.  Additionally, candidate must live within a commutable distance.   The Sponsored Research Administration (SRA) department is the post-award office that provides support and assistance to faculty on the administration, compliance and fiscal management of grants and contracts awarded from federal, state and local government and private funding agencies, while ensuring that funds are expended in accordance with the terms and conditions of the funding agency, SDSU Research Foundation policies and procedures and SDSU and CSU regulations.  In addition to externally funded research and scholarly activities, the SRA department is responsible for the administration of gift funds on behalf of The Campanile Foundation, campus and community programs, as well as institutional allocations and research support funds.    Under direct supervision, the Sponsored Research Technician is responsible for providing administrative and technical support for Sponsored Research Administration department. Typical duties include assisting with setting up grant and contract awards and other fund types, input of budgetary and other administrative changes to active awards, supporting the award closeout process, and other duties as assigned.    
Req No.
2022-14517
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - SR Administration (SRA)
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The San Diego State University Pre-College Institute is a change-ready strategic-thinking/planning organization that promotes college access and completion for underserved students through excellence and innovation in education. SDSU Upward Bound and HCOP are educational opportunity programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to assist eligible high school students to pursue and complete postsecondary programs of education. There are 12 UB/HCOP staff members in the Academic Year and 28 during the Six-Week Summer Academy. UB/HCOP is funded to serve 167 (UB Classic: 93/ UB STAR: 74) students during the Academic Year and 90 (UB Classic: 50/UB STAR 40) during the Six-Week Summer Academy. The purpose of SDSU Upward Bound is to develop in students the motivation and skills to assist them to pursue and complete a program of postsecondary education. The purpose of HCOP is to assist individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds to enter a health or allied health profession.   The Lead Counselor for Upward Bound/HCOP is responsible for conducting weekly advising sessions at two high schools with students and collaborating in the planning and implementation of the recruitment process and engagement activities during the academic year. In collaboration with the Saturday Sessions Coordinator, the incumbent will contribute to the planning and implementation of monthly Saturday Sessions. In consultation with the Executive Director, the incumbent will lead the professional development and coaching of Counselors and Counselor Intern(s) with student advising, student recruitment, and mentoring. In this capacity, the incumbent provides coaching and professional development of staff to acquire the necessary hands-on skills, and motivation to help students attain their goals for academic achievement and social-emotional wellbeing. During the summer, the Lead Counselor will serve as the lead for Destination: College. In this capacity, the incumbent is responsible for ensuring that program policies and procedures are followed to ensure that postsecondary enrollment objectives are met. The incumbent will collaborate with the Academic Coordinator to ensure the health, safety, and emotional well-being of students meets ACA standards. The incumbent is also responsible for working with the Summer Residential Programs (SRP) Director and with the Head Resident Advisors to plan and implement training for Residential Staff.
Req No.
2022-14506
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Pre-College Institute
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The reporter will work at the direction of the News Director, under the supervision of a News Editor, and work in coordination with other members of the News Division. The reporter will be part of a team tasked with covering social inequity in housing, social services, immigration, schools, workplaces, cultural institutions, the legal system and access to health care. Cultivating the beat is important, but all KPBS reporters will occasionally work outside their beats, or conversely team up with others as the news merits.   KPBS news beats include arts and culture, health, education, environment, investigative, military and other topics and issues.  The reporter will produce news stories that may cross beats at the assignment of the News Editor, and that can be distributed on KPBS radio, TV, KPBS.org, KPBS social networks and KPBS mobile.  The news stories will be produced in formats such as, but not limited to, radio newscasts, in-depth radio features, TV packages, multimedia projects and special reports as assigned. The reporter may be assigned to help fill in for other newsroom positions, such as anchoring newscasts or web producing, and appear as a guest or host on KPBS TV and radio programs.  The reporter will produce local content and prepare final productions that can be distributed on all KPBS platforms. The reporter is expected to participate in station on-air fundraising activities, and make appearances for KPBS community building events and other public relations activities.   This position is under the SAG-AFTRA collective bargaining agreement with KPBS.   Benefits & Job Perks   Full Benefits Package (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Accident) 403(b) Matching and Voluntary Retirement Flexible Spending Account(s) Employee Assistance Program 10 Vacation Days 14 Observed Holidays Sick Leave Accrual Paid Leave Options    
Req No.
2022-14498
Category
Radio/TV/Multimedia
Department/Project Name
KPBS
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after October 21, 2022.    This position works a schedule of 30 hours per week and comes with comprehensive benefits.    At San Diego State University's (SDSU’s) HealthLINK Center for Transdisciplinary Health Disparities Research (SDSU HealthLINK Center), our vision is to inspire transformational and collaborative research that promotes health and well-being for all people and communities. Fundamental to our mission is the advancement of health equity. Our collective efforts are driven by a diverse and multi-disciplinary team that includes wide ranging expertise at all levels of our organization. We are based a short 1.2 miles off the SDSU campus and benefit from the culture of diversity and inclusion that SDSU, a Hispanic-serving institution, offers.    The Center offers a wide range of research services, housing expertise in multiple research methods and establishing an IT infrastructure to support varied research needs and data analytics applications across the university to enhance health disparities research. The Center is designed to support research projects led by SDSU investigators and affiliated partner organizations, including those funded as Research Projects, as Pilot Projects, or who access our services through a cost recovery system.      We are seeking a bright, energetic, and highly organized individual to serve as the administrator of the Center’s web platforms. SDSU HealthLINK Center’s current platforms include the Health Science Research Portal (HSRP), using a hosted Hubzero platform, and  the SDSU HealthLINK Center’s website using WordPress. The Web Platform Administrator will manage web content and user communities across these platforms. The Web Platform Administrator will monitor and maintain a safe, secure, and efficient user experience by implementing security protocol, supporting users, and updating Center platforms’ content. In addition to being technically savvy, we are seeking someone who possess strong probem solving, critical thinking, active listening, and time management skills.    If you have enthusiasm for working in a research community committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and are looking to become a key player in the essential daily functions of a powerhouse organization, this is the position for you! We value your hard work, integrity and commitment to our research, and we put people first by offering you benefitsthat support your life and well-being.
Req No.
2022-14497
Category
Information Technology
Department/Project Name
SDSU - HealthLINK
Location
US-CA-San Diego