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RESTORE aims to research and develop a range of technical solutions through the use of software engineering, database development, cloud-based application development, and modern technological tools. This development is critical to the DoD’s mission, as it will support software development, reducing time, cost, and errors for the warfighter.   The hourly rate for this position is $18.90 and is non-negotiable.   
Req No.
2024-16578
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-CA-San Diego
RESTORE aims to research and develop a range of technical solutions through the use of software engineering, database development, cloud-based application development, and modern technological tools. This development is critical to the DoD’s mission, as it will support software development, reducing time, cost, and errors for the warfighter.   The hourly rate for this position is $21.95 and is non-negotiable.   
Req No.
2024-16577
Category
Other
Department/Project Name
SPAWAR
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This is an onsite position that is located at DAP Health in Palm Springs, CA and the selected candidate must live within a commutable distance of the worksite.    The salary range for this position is $25.00 - $30.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    The School of Public Health (SPH) at San Diego State University (SDSU) seeks to develop public health leaders, advance knowledge on health equity, and collaboratively transform public health locally and globally through education, research, and service. The SPH provides undergraduate and graduate education in Epidemiology, Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences, Environmental Health, and Health Management and Policy. The SPH has strong collaborative research and public health practice programs with partners across SDSU as well as partners at the University of California, San Diego, San Diego County Health and Human Services, and other local, regional, and national health organizations.   The Study Coordinator will be based at the DAP Health syringe service program (SSP) in Palm Springs, CA and report directly to the Principal Investigators (PIs). Under the supervision of the PIs and working in close cooperation with other study investigators and community partners, the Study Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of an NIH-funded study seeking to promote HIV testing and engagement in HIV prevention and care services among people who inject drugs via the secondary distribution of HIV self-test kits in the social networks of SSP clients. Study coordination responsibilities will include conducting outreach and harm reduction service delivery at DAP Health’s SSP sites to build rapport with the community, assisting with the development and management of data collection systems and study protocols, overseeing recruitment, enrollment, and retention of study participants, conducting study visits, delivering intervention and control protocols to study participants, ensuring protocol compliance, assisting with human subjects submissions, attending weekly team meetings, coordinating community advisory board meetings, and managing and prioritizing tasks to meet multiple daily deadlines. Overall, we are seeking a flexible, detail-oriented, well-organized candidate who has worked with substance-using populations, understands harm reduction perspectives, and feels comfortable working directly with SSPs and other community-based organizations.  
Req No.
2023-16565
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Public Health
Location
US-CA-SD
This position is open until filled with an initial application review that will take place after January 11, 2024.    The pay rate for this position is $20.33 - $23.54 per hour dependent upon qualifications and internal equities and is non-negotiable.    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.   WHO WE ARE Established in 1943, the mission of the SDSU Research Foundation (SDSURF) is to focus on realizing the research objectives of San Diego State University, and to be the backbone for faculty and staff to find, attract, win, and administer their research and sponsored programs. SDSU is one of the top public research universities in the nation, furthering discoveries, interventions, and solutions that improve communities and change the world. The SDSURF provides the full life cycle of grants services to faculty and staff to realize these discoveries, interventions, and solutions that make a difference.   WHAT OUR DEPARTMENT DOES The SDSURF’s Procurement department participates in the university’s mission of research excellence by supporting all project and department staff seeking goods and services to procure that allow them to continue their research without delay.  In accordance with the responsibility and authority delegated by SDSURF’s chief financial officer, our staff oversees that all services are in accordance with Research Foundation, state, federal, and sponsoring agencies’ policies, and guidelines as well as good business practices.   YOUR ROLE IN CREATING THE UNIVERSITY’S PRESENT AND FUTURE The Buyer I plays a critical role in the day-to-day operations of the department which leads to the success of researchers, the Research Foundation and San Diego State University.  Our procurement team ensures that all acquisitions meet the policies and procedures put in place by the funding agency, CSU, SDSU and SDSURF.  Our team will assist in finding competent suppliers, clarify supplier terms and conditions, and monitoring all orders until complete.  
Req No.
2023-16558
Category
Accounting/Finance
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Purchasing
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $11,250 - $11,666.67 per month ($135,000 - $150,000 per year) depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.      KPBS, San Diego’s NPR and PBS stations, provides news and information to more than 1.2 million people each week across San Diego and Imperial counties on TV, radio and digital platforms. A public service of San Diego State University, KPBS has a staff of about 180 (full and part-time) and an overall annual operating budget of around $37 million. KPBS ranks consistently as one of the top public television and public radio stations in the country and locally within the San Diego market.   The Membership area of KPBS functions to develop and implement strategies and tactics that bring core revenue to the station and to cultivate and build relationships with members and potential donors. The area includes the membership functions of database marketing and data quality, membership operations, digital fundraising, member engagement/cultivation, direct and e-marketing, audience services (including front desk staff), on-air fundraising and the vehicle donation program. Combined Membership area revenue expectations are set annually with a FY23 goal of $9.85M ($8M from membership and $1.85M from the vehicle donation program).   The department also manages the communications and relationships (in person, via phone, and via email/online) with approximately 60,000 active station members who donate less than $1,200 annually (members who donate $1,200 and more are separately managed by the Major Gifts team within Development). Out of the 60,000 active donors, approximately 50% are sustaining members.    As a continued response to local and national economics, database and technology improvements as well as changes in ways members consume their media, KPBS continues to pivot and optimize both its operational and revenue-generating areas. The Membership area is focused on maximizing donor gifts, monitoring and adapting to market changes, while preparing and positioning for future opportunities.   Perks you'll enjoy as a member of #teamKPBS - Working on a college campus & in public media (access to campus facilities and staff discounts, farmer's market Tuesday's, tons of eateries, community events, entertainment) - Hybrid schedule, remote work flexibility & casual work attire - Paid time off on your birthday (can take on any day) - 24 vacation days and 13 holidays off (enjoy 4+ days off over winter break) - Enjoy a 'beautiful day in the neighborhood' with local employee discounts - Opportunity drawings to attend SDSU basketball games, local concerts, and events - Free wellness classes & programs - Monthly pop-up events for staff & KPBS swag - Full benefits packages that are unmatched (medical, dental, vision, life) - Sick leave accruals and paid leave options - On-site childcare at a discounted rate - Opportunities for continued learning and professional development - Flexible spending account(s) - Employee assistance program - Matching and voluntary retirement savings plan 
Req No.
2023-16547
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 January 9, 2024.    The salary range for this position is $5,546.67 - $6,350/Mo.per month depending upon experience and is non-negotiable.    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. Adult Protective Services Workforce Innovations (APSWI) is a workforce development program that provides innovative workforce development to Adult Protective Services (APS) professionals. APSWI mission is to provide exceptional learning and development experiences for the transformation of individuals, organizations, and communities to ensure that older adults and adults with disabilities who are vulnerable and experience abuse receive high quality, effective interventions, and services.
Req No.
2023-16534
Category
Community/Social Services
Department/Project Name
Academy for Professional Excellence
Location
US-San Diego
Director of Research Initiatives (Administrator I/II/III) is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after December 20, 2023.    The salary range for this position is $5,642 - $11,388 per month depending upon qualifications, classification level, and internal equities.   The Director Research Initiatives-Engineering and Physical Sciences shall serve under the guidance of the Associate Vice President, Research Advancement of SDSU and shall identify, develop, and promote special programs and initiatives to meet the research and outreach goals and objectives of SDSU.    While Research Advancement serves the needs of all campus researchers and scholars, this position will have a disciplinary focus on opportunities especially related to engineering and physical sciences and industry/academia collaborative projects. The Director will have special focus on: creative discoveries, innovative research strategies, and their applications for advancing knowledge related to computing, energy, environmental and physical sciences technologies; development of scientific human and physical resources that contribute to research; and, support of academic-industry-government laboratory collaborations.   The Director will advise faculty and researchers on funding opportunities and strategic planning for extramural research proposals. The main focus of efforts are 1) single investigator proposals, 2) major large scale, multidisciplinary and/or multi-investigator research projects, and 3) training, institutional program development, and outreach proposals.
Req No.
2023-16468
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
Research Advancement
Location
US-CA-San Diego
- This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after December 5, 2023. - The salary for this position is $7,917 per month and is non-negotiable.  - This position is fully remote.    This position will be assigned to work as an integral member of the Interwork Institute and its associated projects. The Interwork Institute promotes the integration of all individuals, including those with disabilities, into all aspects of education, work, family, and community life. The Institute conducts research, training, and education using a variety of strategies including distance learning technologies. Current efforts include promoting universal design and full integration of all individuals in our communities.  Education and research efforts involve organizations and individuals in all states, tribal communities, the Pacific Basin, Asia, and Europe. In addition to supporting the overall work of the Institute, the position will support the program evaluation activities of the VRTAC-QM project within the Interwork Institute.  The Vocational Rehabilitation Technical Assistance Center for Quality Management (VRTAC-QM) provides training and technical assistance (TA) to State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies (SVRAs) to help them identify and adopt quality program and performance, and fiscal and resource management strategies and practices that will result in improved service delivery and outcomes. The position will be responsible for the evaluation activities of the entire project as directed by the lead program evaluator.    Related to the work of the VRTAC-QM: the position will design, implement, and conduct program evaluation activities for the project.   Related to the Interwork Institute work: The position will contribute to supporting and generating contracts and grant funding for projects that are consistent with the mission and vision of the Institute.  In addition, the position may work on other funded projects, support teams to accomplish project goals, and work collaboratively with other staff within the Institute as needed.    
Req No.
2023-16448
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Interwork Institute
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $5,546.67 - $5,546.67 per month depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    The Computational Active Matter Mechanics Lab focuses on understanding the behavior of soft active materials made-up-of flexible active and passive elements using theoretical and computational modeling methods. Common examples of soft active matter studied by the lab include individual cells, multicellular constructs, and active biopolymer assemblies.   The Postdoctoral Researcher will be an integral member of a dynamic research team focused on advancing the field of computational active matter mechanics. The primary responsibility will be to develop cutting-edge computational and theoretical models to explore non-equilibrium self-assembly processes and the application of molecular motors in soft robotics. The Postdoctoral Researcher will also contribute to other related on-going projects in the lab.    This one-year position will begin January 2, 2024, with the possibility of an additional year of funding.
Req No.
2023-16429
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Mechanical Engineering
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after December 1, 2023.   The salary for this position is $5,417.00 per month.    Under supervision of Dr. Miguel Villodas, an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, this position is intended to provide mentored advanced training to enhance professional skills and research independence in the Postdoctoral Research Scholar’s academic discipline.The Postdoctoral Research Scholar will contribute the research team’s projects and provide support to school staff during the project.    
Req No.
2023-16427
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Psychology
Location
US-CA-San Diego
- The salary for this position is $7,800.00 per month and is non-negotiable.  - This is a remote position.  The Department of Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education (ARPE) includes three academic degrees: Master of Arts in Education with a concentration in Postsecondary Education Leadership, the Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling and the Doctorate in Education with a concentration in Community College/Postsecondary Education Leadership. Interwork Institute administers approximately 50 federal grants, state contracts, and other contracts from a wide range of resources. These grants and contracts cover a diverse range of topics, i.e., master's degree in rehabilitation counseling, certificate in rehabilitation administration, capacity building, assistive technology, transition and supported employment, technical assistance and continuing education, statewide needs assessment, workforce education, postsecondary educational leadership, and community college teaching. The Interwork Institute includes six centers. There is a combination of funding through grants and contracts with the Foundation and the University. The ARPE/lnterwork Institute faculty and staff serve a large geographic area as well as diverse ethnic populations. This includes California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, CNMI, Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Republic of Palau, other US states and selected international partnerships. There are more than 60 employees that staff and administer the grants and contracts under the ARPE/Interwork Institute. PURPOSE OF THE POSITION Under general direction of the Director for the Center for Distance Learning (CDL) for the Interwork Institute, the person in this 50% position will work remotely and is responsible to support II-CDL’s distance learning programs and training projects.
Req No.
2023-16407
Category
Information Technology
Department/Project Name
Interwork Institute
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is open until filled with a first application review to take place after November 20, 2023.    The salary range for this position is $5,546.67 to $7,115.54 per month and is non-negotiable.      WHO WE ARE Established in 1943, the mission of the SDSU Research Foundation (SDSURF) is to focus on realizing the research objectives of San Diego State University, and to be the backbone for faculty and staff to find, attract, win, and administer their research and sponsored programs. SDSU is one of the top public research universities in the nation, furthering discoveries, interventions, and solutions that improve communities and change the world. The SDSURF provides the full life cycle of grants services to faculty and staff to realize these discoveries, interventions, and solutions that make a difference.   WHAT OUR DEPARTMENT DOES The Sponsored Research Administration (SRA) department provides support and assistance to faculty on the administration, compliance and fiscal management of grants and contracts awarded from federal, state, local government, and private funding agencies.  Our team of professionals work closely with faculty throughout the life cycle of an award to help them navigate the complexities of managing sponsored programs.  The SRA team also ensures that grant and contract funds are administered in accordance with funding agency and university requirements.      In addition to externally funded research and scholarly activities, the department also supports the administration of gift funds on behalf of The Campanile Foundation, SDSU’s campus and community programs, and research support funds.   
Req No.
2023-16386
Category
Accounting/Finance
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - SR Administration (SRA)
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $5,546.67 - $6,000.00 per month depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    The Department of Anthropology at San Diego State University invites applications for a postdoctoral research fellow position in primatology. The position is part of a U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) funded, interdisciplinary project, integrating anthropology and statistics, to advance knowledge and understanding of how primates adapt to risks and rewards in anthropogenic landscapes. The overall project goals are to: 1) analyze how a human-induced landscape of fear affects primate decision-making about when, where, and with whom to forage and move, 2) broaden our understanding of the demographic, cultural, and emotional factors underlying people’s propensity to interact with primates, and 3) generate novel statistical methodology for holistic, quantitative inference about decision-making that will be broadly applicable to the Social, Behavioral, and Economic sciences. The specific system that we are investigating is the human-macaque interface on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.   The postdoc would work primarily with the PI, Dr. Erin Riley (SDSU), with extensive collaboration with co-PIs, Dr. Henry Scharf (Statistics, University of Arizona), Dr. Amanda Ellwanger (Anthropology, Georgia State University- Perimeter College), and the PIs’s Indonesian counterpart, Dr. Ngakan Putu Oka (Forestry, UNHAS). This one-year position will begin June 17, 2024, with the possibility of an additional year of funding. The postdoc would primarily be based at the PI’s field research site in South Sulawesi, Indonesia to collect behavioral, ecological, and spatial data on wild moor macaques (Macaca maura) and their interface with humans in Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park.  
Req No.
2023-16243
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Anthropology
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is budgeted at $22.00 - $26.00 per hour depending upon qualifications non-negotiable.   The San Diego State University Pre-College Institute for Transformative Education is a change-ready strategic-thinking/planning organization that promotes college access and completion for underserved students through excellence and innovation in education. The Pre-College Institute as part of San Diego State University is a trans-border organization (organización transfronteriza). This organization is in its 40th year of operation and has established systems and protocols that govern the implementation of its objectives, practices, and procedures.   Under the direct supervision of the PCI Executive Director, the Work-Study Internship Coordinator is responsible for cooperating with UB/HCOP Staff in managing the UB/HCOP Summer Academy enrollment process; for the development of a STEAM work-study research internships and the pre-internships initiative for low-income and/or potential first-generation college-bound high school students. The incumbent uses independent analysis and judgment to develop, coordinate, and supervise complex and varied administrative tasks to provide exemplary work-study opportunities for high school students in collaboration with the campus community and PCI’s university and laboratory partners. The position encompasses three major areas of responsibility: Internship development and coordination, employer relations, student/academic department relations, high school student recruitment and enrollment management. The incumbent will secure internship placements for students according to their interests and the availability of internship positions.  
Req No.
2023-16238
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Pre-College Institute
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $17.00 - $20.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable. FUNCTION OF THE UNIT 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: - Advance Science-informed Climate Action; - Translate Knowledges to Practice; - Put Adaptation into Action; - Expand Landscape Stewardship Pathways; and - Promote Social Entrepreneurship.   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.  
Req No.
2023-16175
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
SDSU - Biology Dept
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $16.30 - $18.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    The Imperial County Clinical Research Network (ICCRN) was established to build the infrastructure (personnel, systems, policies, and procedures) for clinical research within the rural, border community of Imperial County, CA. Through ICCRN, SDSU and SDSU IV scientists, the SDSU IV RISE (Research, Innovation, Student Engagement) Center, and Innercare, a federally qualified health center, have partnered to develop a research agenda and associated infrastructure to support research across different diseases and health conditions to address health disparities. Leveraging the existing relationships between these organizations, this National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD)-funded initiative serves a hard-to-reach population along the US-Mexico border, with implications to other rural and border communities worldwide. Among other activities, ICCRN brought together three advisory committees (patient, clinician, community stakeholders) to identify research priorities and associated infrastructure needs, relevant to the health and well-being of Imperial County residents. ICCRN will support two projects working with the healthcare partner organizations in coming years. Further, ICCRN will collaborate with three other Clinical Research Network sites and a coordinating center. The ultimate goal of this effort is to identify relevant, feasible, sustainable, and potentially translatable approaches for promoting health and well-being in rural, border communities in the U.S. PURPOSE OF THE POSITION Under direction of the ICCRN Research Manager, the Research Assistant will provide assistance and support to the ICCRN Research Manager and Science Team in conducting ICCRN activities. The current year’s (2023-24) activities are focused on development of the infrastructure, protocols, projects, and EHR systems for ICCRN to successfully advance to the project implementation phase (2024-2027). This will provide an opportunity to gain experience establishing a clinical network site as well as exposure to clinical research methods. The Research Assistant will primarily support and assist with the development of a range of policies and procedures, tracking mechanisms, reports, forms, and other research and research administration materials. Strong computer skills (e.g., MS Word, MS Excel, Google Suite, Adobe Creative Cloud) and the ability to manage competing priorities, be flexible, and demonstrate strong detail orientation are essential. The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude and an energetic mind that is characterized by a commitment to diversity, openness, integrity and a community orientation.   This is a 20-hour per week position. This position will be based at the ICCRN offices in San Diego, CA, approximately 1 mile from the SDSU campus.  
Req No.
2023-16136
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Health and Human Services- Dean
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after November 27, 2023.   The salary for this position is $20.00 per hour and is non-negotiable.    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 integrate culturally responsive and recovery-oriented practices into our daily work to promote healing and healthy relationships. 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 incorporate culturally responsive and recovery oriented practices 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.
2023-16117
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Academy for Professional Excellence
Location
US-CA-Riverside
The starting salary range is $21.47 - $41.53 per hour, This position is budgeted at $25.00 per hour and is non-negotiable.   Under the supervision of the PIs and working in close cooperation with other study investigators and community partners, the Research Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating community-engaged research addressing inequities in mental health, sexual/reproductive health, HIV, and related health disparities among asylum-seeking women at the Mexico-U.S. border. Specifically, this position will support two Tijuana-based studies being conducted in collaboration with El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Al Otro Lado, and the Mexico-U.S. Border Health Commission: 1) an NIMH-funded study to adapt and pilot-test a novel mental health prevention intervention for migrant mothers with young children, and 2) a Center for AIDS Research (CFAR)-funded study evaluating the social-structural ‘risk environment’ for syndemic sexual health and HIV, STI and TB inequities among asylum-seeking women in Tijuana.   Study coordination responsibilities will include assisting with the development and management of data collection systems and study protocols, overseeing recruitment, enrollment, and retention of study participants, conducting and overseeing study visits, training and supervising research staff (interviewers/outreach workers, nurse/phlebotomist), delivering intervention and control protocols to study participants, ensuring protocol compliance, assisting with human subjects submissions, organizing and attending team meetings, liaising with community partners, coordinating community engagement activities, and managing and prioritizing tasks to meet multiple daily deadlines. Overall, we are seeking a bilingual, flexible, detail-oriented, and well-organized candidate who has worked with migrant women or asylum-seekers, understands sexual health, HIV, and mental health research, and feels comfortable working directly with local community-based organizations, stakeholders, and research participants in a binational context.
Req No.
2023-15988
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Graduate School of Public Health
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is filled on an on-call, as-needed basis with no set schedule or guaranteed number of hours. Rate is $50.00 per hour and is non-negotiable.   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 stations 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 listeners. 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.   Perks you'll enjoy as a member of #teamKPBS - Working on a college campus & in public media: Access to campus facilities and staff discounts, farmer's market Tuesday's, tons of eateries, community events, entertainment - Hybrid schedule/ remote work flexibility options (varies by job) - Casual work attire - Enjoy a 'beautiful day in the neighborhood' with local employee discounts - Opportunity drawings to attend SDSU basketball games, local concerts and events - Free wellness classes & programs - Monthly pop-up events for staff - Sick leave accruals and paid leave options - On-site childcare at a discounted rate - Opportunities for continued learning and professional development - Employee assistance program - Voluntary retirement savings plan
Req No.
2023-15884
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 August 30, 2023.   The starting salary is $5,806.67 per month, non negotiable.    Candidates must submit a cover letter to recieve full consideration.   Candidates are being considered for a Clinical Associate position to support clinical services and research focused on autism spectrum disorder. The person in this position will be expected to conduct psychological assessments (cognitive, psychodiagnostic, developmental, and neuropsychological) and work as part of a large interdisciplinary group, including faculty, clinicians, research staff and graduate and undergraduate trainees. Please note that this is a clinical support position and not a direct research or project coordinator position. Applicants should include a cover letter describing their qualifications for the position.   The SDSU Center for Autism and Developmental Disorders (CADD; autism.sdsu.edu) is an interdisciplinary group of clinical scientists and autism researchers from several SDSU departments and colleges, including BDIL. The Center’s mission is to provide access to evidence-based clinical services for individuals with autism and their families, to foster and support outstanding clinical and basic science research on autism and related conditions, and to provide public education on issues surrounding autism services and research.   The SDSU Brain Development Imaging Laboratories (BDIL; bdil.sdsu.edu) is an innovative clinical research collaborative co-directed by Drs. Ruth Carper and Inna Fishman. The BDIL is funded by the National Institutes of Health and other agencies to identify neurobiological (brain-based) and behavioral markers of autism spectrum and other related developmental disorders. We implement developmental, diagnostic, and neuropsychological assessments and state-of-the-art multi-modal brain imaging techniques (anatomical, functional, and diffusion MRI) to understand how ASD manifests across the lifespan, from the 1st years of life through mid- and late adulthood.     
Req No.
2023-15879
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Psychology
Location
US-CA-San Diego