Position opened until filled
The Institute for Behavioral and Community Health (IBACH: http://www.ibachsd.org)bridges communities and science to conduct meaningful and relevant public health research that leads to positive health outcomes and sustainable health programs. We are funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and other federal, state, and local funding agencies, to design studies whose ultimate goal is to promote health and reduce health disparities.
The COVID Prevention Research Program is a community-academic partnership between SDSU’s School of Public Health and Family Health Centers of San Diego. This study will test the immediate, mid-term and long-term efficacy of a tailored intervention to prevent household and community spread of COVID-19 among Latinos. FHCSD patients who are recently diagnosed with COVID-19 will be recruited into the study, along with members of their household.
The Research Assistant III will be part of the program’s core measurement staff. Under the general supervision of Program Manager and Data & Evaluation Manager, the Research Assistant III will be trained to conduct all study measures using standardized protocols and to collect survey data from index patients. The research assistant II will be responsible for conducting data quality checks and assisting with the management of data collection processes, adhere to detailed research protocols and procedures, and help support the development of data collection protocols and intervention-related research.
Under general supervision, incumbents must have course work in the discipline requested on the task order Statement of Work.
The Cyber / Science and Technology Department at NIWC Pacific delivers leading information warfare capabilities. Responsibilities include signal processing such as re-sampling, frequency conversion, and filtering. These tasks enable data analyses and establish metrics for satisfying requirements. The development of signal processing techniques will better enable the Warfighter.
This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of college students to provide technical and analytical support in the field of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Network Management and Network Security for the
Dolus project. The purpose of this project is to develop and demonstrate a C4I solution for Medium and Large Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs).
The Dolus effort started in FY19. The goal of Dolus is to develop and demonstrate large Unmanned Surface Vehicles.
- Dolus will incorporate multiple C4I system and programs of records (PORs) providing capabilities such as Local Area Network, Cross-Domain Solution, Line of Sight (LoS) and satellite communications and positioning, Navigation and timing (PNT) data.
- Dolus will integrate with fleet operations to demonstrate an enhanced warfare capability.
- By using autonomous capability, Dolus will augment manned naval warships and enhance Fleet warfighting effectiveness.
- Dolus will develop tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP’s) for follow-on efforts.
- Dolus is intended to be a “leave-behind” capability for the fleet.
The function of the Sponsored Research Development (SRD) unit is to assist faculty and staff in the development and submission of proposals for sponsored research and educational projects. It is the "pre‐award" unit of the research foundation and the office faculty should contact once a sponsor has been identified and a proposal is being developed. Sponsored research development staff can assist faculty with interpreting guidelines and sponsor submission requirements, contacting potential sponsors, preparing budgets, completing application forms, obtaining university approvals, electronic submission of proposals, facilitating compliance items, duplicating and mailing of proposals, and assisting with follow‐up and other pre‐award needs. In fiscal year 2020, the office helped faculty submit over 1,200 proposals to federal, state, local, corporate, and foundation sponsors. Almost 700 awards were received amounting to over $144 million. There are twelve employees in SRD: seven development specialists, two sponsored programs coordinators, an analyst, a technician, and the director of the department.
This position closes on January 3rd at 12pm
Academy for Professional Excellence, a project of San Diego State University School of Social Work, was established in 1996 with the mission to provide exceptional workforce development and learning experiences for the transformation of individuals, organizations, and communities. Providing over 80,000 learning experiences to health and human service professionals annually, the Academy creates experiences that transform the heart, mind, and practice with the goal of revolutionizing the way people work to ensure the world is a healthier place. The Academy continues to grow with new programs and a diversity of workforce development solutions for the health and human services community in Southern California and beyond. The Academy invests in its staff with an innovative work environment that promotes staff well-being and a culture that builds on and fosters the strengths of its diverse staff.
The Academy is committed to becoming an anti-racist, recovery-oriented, and trauma-informed organization.
Responsive Integrated Health Solutions (RIHS) provides County of San Diego Behavioral Health System (BHS) with staff development services that will increase competency in culture, co-occurring disorders, family-centered services, and resiliency as is required to outreach, assess, and support the recovery of those living with mental health and substance use conditions, including adults, children, and their families. RIHS coordinates classes, conferences, and training; provides curriculum and trainer development; develops eLearning courses; and offers consultation, research, and staffing needs assessment in the area of mental health and substance use disorders under a contract with the County of San Diego Behavioral Health Services (BHS). RIHS also provides the BHS with staff development services that increase competency in health integration, culture, co‐occurring disorders, the provision of resilience, family-focused, recovery-based services, and provides peer education groups for people new to recovery. RIHS Projects include Adult/Older Adult System of Care Training, Children Youth and Families System of Care Training, the Geriatric Certificate Program, Recovery Services, Children Youth and Families Outcomes, and Cultural Competency Academy.
This position is open until filled with first review of applicants to take place on September 13th.
The mission of the SDSU Global Campus is to provide self-support education and training to enhance careers and transform lives and organizations. SDSU Global Campus serves as the principal University liaison with the greater San Diego community and provides a wide variety of traditional and nontraditional, credit and noncredit educational experiences designed to fit the life-style and expectations of working adults and other lifelong learners. In addition, SDSU Global Campus provides a range of academic special programs for individuals and groups at various times, in various locations, and via various modalities throughout the year. The American Language Institute (ALI) provides language training to international students, teacher training for adults, and programs that allow international students to attend credit courses at SDSU. The marketing department is responsible for all marketing efforts to support SDSU Global Campus and the ALI, including publications, advertising, research, public relations, media relations, developing strategic marketing plans, photography and video, website maintenance and enhancement, database development, social media marketing, and other marketing related functions as needed.
Under the general direction of the Director of Admissions, this position provides lead nurturing and administrative support to the Admissions Department at SDSU Global Campus. This position carries a medium level of responsibility with regard to the information available to them; therefore, the candidate’s success is contingent upon their ability to maintain a high level of professionalism, integrity and confidentiality at all times.
KPBS is San Diego’s public television and radio stations. The California State University Board of Regents owns its broadcast license and San Diego State University Foundation acts as its fiscal agent. The stations currently receive financial support from the University, the federal government and private corporations and foundations. The Marketing, Education and New Media division is responsible for a variety of activities including on-air fundraising, membership, community relations and outreach, public information, kpbs.org, volunteers, events, graphic design, print and broadcast marketing and advertising. The single largest source of revenue for the stations’ support is raised in the MENM division through in the form of memberships. Currently, about 49,000 members provide more than $6 million in gross revenue annually, roughly one-third of KPBS’ annual operating budget.
Under the direct supervision of the On Air Fundraising Manager and Senior Producer, the Producer II 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.
FUNCTION OF THE UNIT
In February 2011, SDSU launched a unique program called the Troops to Engineers (T2E) Program for veteran students pursuing undergraduate and graduate engineering and computer science degrees. T2E, currently offered only at SDSU, provides custom career assistance for students seeking to improve their professional development skills, find paid internships, and secure an engineering specific job upon graduation from SDSU. The program is designed to benefit military veterans transitioning from active duty through higher education to their civilian career.
Goals and evaluation of the program:
- Goal #1: To place 100% of program participants seeking career assistance into paid internships and full time jobs upon graduation.
- Goal #2: Increase the number of veterans pursuing degrees and careers in engineering and computer science majors.
- Goal #3: Create a regional and national model of a program that will increase the number of veterans pursuing careers in engineering and computer science across the country.
- Goal#4: Stabilize program funding through grants from industry and other organizations.
PURPOSE OF THE POSITION
Under general supervision of the PI, or a designee of the PI, the Troops to Engineers Program Coordinator will perform a variety of duties in support of the day-to-day operations of the Troops to Engineers (T2E) Program.
Under general supervision, incumbents must have course work in the discipline requested on the task order Statement of Work.
The purpose of this task is to provide analytical and technical support services from students majoring in the fields of Computer Science, Information Systems, Electrical Engineer or Computer Engineering for the Command and Control Processor (C2P) Modernization (Mod) project. The purpose of this project is to provide support in the areas of software testing, automated test script development, and full software development lifecycle for the C2P Mod system.
The C2P Mod Integrated Product Team (IPT) is responsible for development of the C2P Mod system that supports tactical message routing for execution of Ballistic Missile Defense and Anti-Air Warfare missions aboard Navy ships and limited shore sites around the world. C2P Mod will primarily be developed in C++ programming language over a 4-year period of time partitioned in 5 increments where each segment of the code will go through extensive test and verification by a separate, and independent team. The current plan is to use cloud technologies as a basis for a testdriven development methodology, whereby software developers will create unit, or software component tests prior to submission into the build pipeline, that will then launch a series of automated code quality checks as well
Under direction, incumbents must have course work in the discipline requested on the task order Statement of Work.
This Statement of Work covers the requirement for student services to provide technical and/or analytical support in the field of computer science for the Data Transformation Services (DaTS) Data Engineering project. The purpose of this project is to utilize various methods to transform raw data into useful data systems. For example, leverage DON COVID data to create algorithms, statistical analysis, and visualization via a COVID dashboard. The incumbent will work with cloud service providers to build a data engineering system based on cloud service offerings.
Background: The DATS Portfolio has a requirement to automate the ingestions, curation, availability and accessibility of decision-ready data. Data will be developed, managed, and integrated as a holistic entity.
The SDSU Research Foundation 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 per month who are high risks individuals and families from diverse language and cultural backgrounds.
Under the direction of the WIC Associate Director of IT & Facilities, the WIC Operations Assistant performs day-to-day tasks in support of WIC Operations such delivering supplies, overseeing equipment/supply storage and organization, making minor facility repairs and distribution of WIC materials.
This position is open to SDSU Students only
The purpose of the SDSU Annual Giving programs within SDSU Alumni is to demonstrably grow the base of engaged alumni as measured by volunteerism, alumni membership and number of annual donors. It also incorporates the mission of the SDSU Alumni Office, which is to foster a lifetime relationship between alumni and the university.
Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Communications & Fundraising, the SDSU Alumni Engagement Officer is responsible for developing the student, alumni and parent donor pipeline and progressing fundraising for SDSU. The SDSU Alumni Engagement Officer position is a hybrid position that will work on campus and in a remote work capacity, on an “as needed” basis.
Creative Support Alternatives, a San Diego State University Research Foundation project for 28 years, provides Supported Living Services, Independent Living Services and related services to adults with developmental 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. Each position is individualized in order to support the needs and wants of the person receiving services.
The Tobacco and the Environment Research Center at San Diego State University invites applications for a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow with an interest in the persistent pollution of indoor and outdoor environments caused by tobacco products. This Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship is designed for individuals who want to establish an independent research career focused on the environmental impact of tobacco (e.g., tobacco product waste, thirdhand smoke). The ideal candidate will have demonstrated background in tobacco control and advanced training in environmental health, policy research, public health, psychology, communication, economics, geography, sociology, or related field.
The Tobacco and the Environment Research Center is an extramurally funded group of researchers from Psychology, Public Health, Communication, Chemistry, Biology, and Sociology at San Diego State University, as well as external research groups (https://merg.sdsu.edu). Their research covers a wide range of issues related to the impacts of tobacco products in both indoor and outdoor environments, including exposure measurement, chemical markers, field measurement, tobacco policy implementation and evaluation, race/ethnic/income disparities, housing, and the Tobacco Endgame.
The Fellow will be mentored by Georg E. Matt, PhD (Psychology), Director of the Thirdhand Smoke Resource Center (www.thirdhandsmoke.org) and Penelope J.E. Quintana, MPH, PhD (School of Public Health). The Postdoctoral Fellow will function as a contributing member of an interdisciplinary team of scientists with a more than twenty-year history of investigating issues related tobacco and the environment. The team is committed to examining research questions that will inform policy and ultimately protect the public from the toxic legacy of tobacco.
The mission of San Diego State University Global Campus is “to be a world leader in delivering innovative educational experiences to all learners, expanding opportunity and transforming lives. Our programs and technologies are ever-evolving to meet ever-changing needs; our high level of service and support is a constant.” SDSU Global Campus serves as a principal University liaison with the greater San Diego community and provides a wide variety of traditional and nontraditional, credit and noncredit educational experiences designed to fit the lifestyle and expectations of working adults and other lifelong learners. In addition, Global Campus provides a range of academic and special programs for individuals and groups at various times, in various locations, and via various modalities, including technology based programs -- throughout the year. The primary audiences include workforce, military, working adults and international constituencies.
SDSU Global Campus maintains a pool of part-time Osher Instructors. Instructors must be in the pool in order to be offered classes. Being assigned to the pool does not guarantee that you will receive an assignment. Please apply if you would like to be considered for the pool.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at San Diego State University (Osher at SDSU) is one of 124 unique Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes supported by The Bernard Osher Foundation. The Osher at SDSU offers a vibrant and diverse learning community for adults age 50 and better, with intellectually stimulating, university-quality courses, and engaging leadership and volunteer opportunities. Established in 2004, Osher at SDSU is operated by staff from SDSU's Global Campus with support from the Osher advisory board, leadership committees, members, and instructors.
Osher Instructors prepare and present current, relevant and engaging university-quality courses/lectures/programs for adults ages 50 and better, which are intellectually stimulating yet also approachable to non-subject matter experts.
All prospective instructors must submit a course proposal form for each proposed course in addition to completing this application. Course proposal forms will be emailed to you by the Osher Institute staff.
Under direction, the incumbent teaches assigned language-and-culture training courses to military personnel. Courses are language proficiency oriented. Proficiency targets are clearly specified per course type and language modality. Languages taught include but are not limited to: Arabic (various dialects and standard), Chinese, Filipino, French, Hebrew, Korean, Indonesian, Kurdish, Pashto, Persian, Spanish, Russian, and Urdu.
Under general supervision, the Building Maintenance Worker independently performs a wide range of complex semi-skilled and basic skilled facilities and systems maintenance, repair and renovation work; however, the work of a Building Maintenance Worker does not require full mechanic level skills.
Examples of work activities in basic trade areas for this classification may include installing faucets, flush valves and other basic plumbing devices; running DWV piping, soldering pipe and clearing drains; installing outlets and switches; replacing ballasts and fixtures (non-energized systems); pulling wire; installing and adjusting door hardware; installing window blinds and fasteners; building basic formwork; installing and replacing windows; sanding, patching, masking and clean-up; setting and pouring concrete; performing basic painting; performing skilled laborer work; and performing routine mechanical maintenance.
The mission of Sponsored Research Contracting and Compliance (SRCC) is to ensure timely and effective review and acceptance of grants, contracts and other awards from federal funding agencies, other universities, nonprofit organizations, and private industry for the benefit of San Diego State University. SRCC is also responsible for initiating subagreements with other institutions and verifying completion by researchers of various compliance requirements such as human and animal subjects, conflict of interests, and other research compliance requirements managed through the SDSU division of research support services. The department works closely with staff from sponsored research development (pre-award) and sponsored research administration (post-award). The department is comprised of 6.75 FTEs.
The SRCC Analyst I position is responsible for the receipt, review and processing of awards including verification of completion of any SDSU compliance requirements. Under general guidance and direct supervision of the Director, the analyst reviews, and processes incoming sponsored programs award documents, prepares subaward agreements and ensures compliance requirements have been satisfied for both awards and subagreements. The Analyst I is responsible for data entry related to awards, compliance and subagreements into SDSURF electronic systems. The analyst assists in documenting procedures related to all aspects of the job. The position must have a high level of attention to detail. The analyst shall possess the necessary communication skills essential to coordinate with all departments within SDSURF. The position is currently hybrid requiring 2 days per week on site.
This position is located in Northern California in Calaveras/Amador or Calaveras/Tuolumne County
The Creative Support Alternatives project within 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.
The SDSU Research Foundation has an available position in the post award department within the Sponsored Research Services (SRS) Division. The SRS Division supports the research mission of San Diego State University in the areas of grant development and administration, including: developing and submitting proposals; negotiating grant and contract award and subawards; and administering grants, contracts, research support funds and other campus and community programs. In addition, the division provides administrative support for gift funds on behalf of The Campanile Foundation.
The SR Administration (SRA), Grant Specialist is responsible for the post award administration, compliance and fiscal management of sponsored programs including the preparing and analyzing cost projections. The incumbent is directly responsible for managing an assigned portfolio of funds, applying specialized knowledge, and understanding, interpreting and effectively communicating complex federal regulations and internal policies and procedures.