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The salary range for this position is $17.00 - $17.50 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    It is a requirement of this position to maintain a consistent work schedule of Tuesday through Saturday.   The South Bay Latino Research Center (SBLRC) seeks to promote and expedite research that improves cardiovascular disease outcomes in low-income Hispanic/Latinos living in the border region of San Diego. The SBLRC is considered the community-based clinical research field site within San Diego State University (SDSU) where research activities are conducted.   The SBLRC primarily focuses on epidemiologic, behavioral, and genetic research in an effort to improve health, well-being, and the care delivered to Hispanic/Latinos who are at risk for, or have, cardio metabolic conditions such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.     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 exploration of the prevalence and development of chronic diseases in Hispanics/Latinos, the role of acculturation in health conditions, and to identify 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 origin between the ages of 18-74.   Under the direct supervision of the Project Coordinators, Clinic Operations Managers and Project Director, this position will perform routine general office work and digitization of participant records. Typical duties may include but not limited to preparing, scanning, reviewing and removing participant’s identifiers from electronic records, and cataloging participant electronic study records. Conducting data verification, data entry and data quality checks. Identifying participant record forms and assigning their correct location in the medical record adhering to proscribed protocols. This position also assists with front desk reception, receiving visitors, distributing mail, filing, answering and routing phone calls, checking voice mail messages.
Req No.
2024-16829
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
Hispanic Community Health Study (HCHS/SOL)
Location
US-CA-Chula Vista
The salary range for this position is $17.00 - $17.50 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    The South Bay Latino Research Center (SBLRC) seeks to promote and expedite research that improves cardiovascular disease outcomes in low-income Hispanic/Latinos living in the border region of San Diego. The SBLRC is considered the community-based clinical research field site within San Diego State University (SDSU) where research activities are conducted.   The SBLRC primarily focuses on epidemiologic, behavioral, and genetic research in an effort to improve health, well-being, and the care delivered to Hispanic/Latinos who are at risk for, or have, cardiometabolic conditions such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.     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 to identify 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 origin between the ages of 18-74.   Under the direct supervision of the Project Managers, Project Coordinator and Project Director, the Research Assistant II (RAII) position is primary responsible for completing research measurements of the HCHS/SOL participants and its ancillary studies. This position is responsible for eligibility screening, assist with recruiting study participants, assessing contraindications and scheduling/confirmation of study visits. Makes transportation arrangements and provides detailed instructions for every step of the visit, as needed. The RA II performs clinical assessments (e.g., blood pressure, anthropometry) accompany participants to off-site testing, and administer informed consents and survey instruments, by telephone or in person.    This position may be filled at a Part-Time or Full-Time capacity. Please indicate your preference in the screening section of the recruitment.      
Req No.
2024-16817
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Hispanic Community Health Study (HCHS/SOL)
Location
US-CA-Chula Vista
- This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place on March 6, 2024.  - The salary for this position is $24.00 - $26.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and internal equities and is non-negotiable.  - This position works a hybrid in-office/remote schedule.    SDSU Research Foundation is seeking an Administrative Support Analyst tojoin our growing team!   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 Information Systems (IS) team serves the evolving information services and technology needs of SDSURF. The team is responsible for the operation, maintenance, security, and ongoing development of SDSURF enterprise systems and providing administrative desktop services for central staff personnel. We are service oriented and collaborate with colleagues across the organization to develop and implement innovative user-focused IT solutions that are vital for informed decision making and exceptional services for researchers and employees.  
Req No.
2024-16814
Category
Information Technology
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Information Systems
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The hourly pay range for this position is $19.00 - $20.50 annually depending upon qualifications.This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after 03/04/2024.This position works a full-time in-office schedule. Candidates must live within a commutable distance.   Center Overview 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 offers.     The SDSU HealthLINK Center offers a wide range of research services, housing expertise in multiple research methods, supporting varied research needs, and data analytics applications across the university to enhance health disparities research. The SDSU HealthLINK Center is designed to support research projects led by SDSU investigators, affiliated partner organizations, and industry partners, including those funded as Center Research Projects (RPs), as Pilot Projects (PPs), or who access our services through a cost recovery system.   Purpose Of the Position We are seeking a bright, energetic, and highly organized individual to join our team as an Administrative Assistant. This position is vital in supporting efforts of the SDSU HealthLINK Center, across all Cores, Research Projects, and Pilot Projects, and with other activities being conducted at SDSU and SDSU Research Foundation (SDSURF). Under the direct supervision of the Center Staff Supervisor the Administrative Assistant, as a core member of our Center’s administrative support team, will be responsible for a wide variety of complex work assignments across the Center. This includes assisting Center management in scheduling meetings and special activities; typing and preparing documents, spreadsheets, databases, correspondence, and reports; making travel and other arrangements; ordering and maintaining supplies; supporting basic bookkeeping, and financial record keeping; assisting with the audit of financial documents; and performing other general office support and maintenance activities.   We seek a critical thinker with the ability to work efficiently and effectively. Essential skills include excellent time management, attention to detail, professional discretion, strong computer skills, fluency in Microsoft Office and Google Suite applications, excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong arithmetic skills, and well-developed organizational skills. The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude and an active, energetic mind that is characterized by highly ethical practices and a commitment to diversity, openness, flexibility, integrity, and community orientation.   We value hard work, integrity, and commitment to our research, and we put people first by offeringbenefitsthat support their lives and well-being.
Req No.
2024-16810
Category
Administrative/Clerical
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 February 29, 2024.    The hourly rate range for this classification is $32.00 - $52.88 per hour, this position is budgeted at $32.88/ph. and is non-negotiable.  The position will be filled at 30 hours per week and is benefit elegible.   San Diego State University has been awarded a three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Grants to Reduce Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking on Campus Program. The purpose of the grant is to establish a comprehensive, coordinated, trauma-informed, and culturally relevant program to prevent and respond to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking on campus. SDSU is hiring a Program Specialist who will provide day-to-day management, oversight, and administration of this program. The Program Specialist will be responsible for coordinating the planning and implementation of program requirements, as well as support of all grant-related activities. This is a 75% FTE (30 hours/week), 3-year, grant-funded position, with the possibility of grant continuation and position renewal. The Program Specialist will report to the Special Assistant to the President on Gender-Based Violence, who is also the grant’s principal investigator.  
Req No.
2024-16805
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Office of the President
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $5,546.67 - $6,556 per month ($66,560.04 - $78,672 per year) depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    Reporting to the Director of International Services, the International Student Services Coordinator is responsible for supporting students applying to, enrolling in, and graduating from SDSU Global Campus programs. The position serves as a Designated School Official (DSO) within the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) and facilitates international student admissions, registrations and enrollments. The position is also responsible for coordinating international student housing, and supervising the in-person and virtual front desk functions. The position supports the smooth operation of SDSU Global Campus International Programs, actively promotes the unit’s excellent service culture, and provides an outstanding student experience.    
Req No.
2024-16773
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
SDSU Global Campus
Location
US-CA-San Diego
This position is budgeted for $20.00 - $24.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.   A cover letter is required with your application packet.   The Institute for Transformative Education (ITE) is an educational opportunity center consisting of multiple programs funded by the  U.S. Department of Education to assist middle and high school students pursue postsecondary programs of choice. ITE also has programs funded by UCSD School of Medicine, Federal Work Study agencies, and private philanthropy to assist undergraduate collegestudents pursue their education in teaching- and/or health-related fields and to support pre-K to graduate students “to discover and develop their personal, educational, and career goals through culturally responsive mentorship and guidance.”   PURPOSE OF THE POSITION Under the direction of the ITE Executive Director, the Executive Assistant will assist the Executive Director in meeting theobjectives of all of the ITE programs and initiatives. This position is essential to ITE because it ensures the coordination of objectives and activities across all ITE programsand initiatives and it provides administrative support to the Executive Director and the ITE Management Team. The Executive Assistant will provide communication and outreach support to the ITE programs and initiatives bymonitoring the ITE website, the ITE social-media messaging, and the promotion of programs and initiatives. The incumbent will beresponsible for keeping the Executive Director up-to-date on the ITE’s brand, online reputation, and relations with communitystakeholders. As such, the incumbent will sit on the ITE Management Team.
Req No.
2024-16771
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Pre-College Institute
Location
US-CA-San Diego
- This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after February 23, 2024.  - 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 to SDSU. - The salary range for this position is ($22.00 - $24.72) depending upon qualifications and internal equities and is non-negotiable.    The Human Resources department provides a full range of personnel services to approximately 175 central staff employees, eight hundred regular salaried employees, and up to five thousand temporary employees per year. Areas of responsibility includes development and application of personnel policies and procedures, employee relations, fringe benefits, compensation administration, computerized personnel/payroll system, staffing, and affirmative action. Employees of Human Resources participate as active members in various groups and committees dealing with various specific and broad management problems confronting SDSU Research Foundation. The Human Resources staff is expected to develop and use innovative approaches, techniques, and procedures to provide more effective and responsive services to Project Directors and other SDSU Research Foundation managers and staff.   Under the supervision of the HR Manager, the Administrative Support Assistant is responsible for coordinating a variety of administrative and clerical functions in the Human Resources department to meet established deadlines, complete assignments, and support the strategic direction of the department. This position will be responsible for assisting with the recruitment and onboarding process, responding to general HR inquiries, and performing tasks in support of the entire HR department.
Req No.
2024-16763
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Human Resources
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $22 per hour depedning upon qualifications and is non-neogtiable.   This position serves as a Graduate Student CIP (Cyberinfrastructure Professional) Fellow within the Research & Cyberinfrastructure group (https://it.sdsu.edu/research). This position will participate in an NSF-funded CyberTraining project (https://www.sdsc.edu/education_and_training/cip_fellows_program.html) focused on learning cyberinfrastructure (JupyterHub, high performance computing, and machine learning) skills. This project is multi-institutional and will focus on skills necessary to support faculty and researchers use of local, national, and regional cyberinfrastructure. These skills will be applied by working directly with our faculty and researchers to facilitate their use of cyberinfrastructure.
Req No.
2024-16743
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
IT Division- Research & Cyberinfrastructure
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $22 per hour depedning upon qualifications and is non-neogtiable.   This position serves as a Graduate Student Assistant on the Technology Infrastructure for Data Exploration (TIDE) project (https://tide.sdsu.edu/). TIDE is a multi-campus project to create the first computational core facility focused on meeting the research needs of faculty within the California State University (CSU) system by the National Science Foundation. TIDE is designed to support cutting-edge research in machine learning and AI. The computing architecture is based on powerful graphical processing units, high-performance processors, and ample storage to support research discovery.   The main objective of our collaborative team with project leadership at San Diego State University, CSU San Bernardino, Cal Poly Humboldt, CSU Stanislaus, and the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) is to boost data-intensive research in various scientific fields across our 23 CSU campuses.   This position will work with the project team supporting facilitation and outreach efforts for the project, which could include creating and updating websites, documentation, replying to support  requests, facilitating use of TIDE by creating software containers, data workflows scripts, and CI/CD pipelines.
Req No.
2024-16742
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
IT Division- Research & Cyberinfrastructure
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $19.23 - $22.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    FUNCTION OF THE UNIT The Body Image, Sexuality, and Health Lab (BISH Lab), directed by Dr. Aaron Blashill, conducts research focused on sexual orientation and gender identity-based disparities in mental health, physical health, and health behaviors. Dr. Blashill received funds from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to conduct and facilitate research on eating disorder treatment among sexual minority adults.   PURPOSE OF THE POSITION This position will be primarily coordinating PRIDE (under the direction of PI: Aaron Blashill). This research project focuses on refinement and testing a novel eating disorder treatment for sexual minority adults. This project will be conducted alongside partners at Auburn University; however, this position is housed within SDSU. This is a two-year position, with opportunities for extension pending availability of funding. Ideal start date is spring-summer 2024. The Research Coordinator would collaborate with investigators, staff, and students across the research teams at SDSU and Auburn University.  
Req No.
2024-16738
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Psychology
Location
US-CA-San Diego
- This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after February 20, 2024.  - The salary range for this position is $8,150.00 - $11,725.00 per month depending upon qualifications and internal equities and is non-negotiable.  - This position works a hybrid in-office/remote schedule.      SDSU Research Foundation is a dynamic and forward-thinking organization committed to driving innovation and making a positive impact.   We are currently seeking an IT Security and Operations Manager to join our team! If you are passionate about leveraging your skills to contribute to meaningful projects and collaborate with stakeholders, we want to hear from you.    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 Information Systems team serves the evolving information services and technology needs of SDSURF. The team is responsible for the operation, maintenance, security, and ongoing development of SDSURF enterprise systems and providing administrative desktop services for central staff personnel. We are service oriented and collaborate with colleagues across the organization to develop and implement innovative user-focused IT solutions that are vital for informed decision making and improved services for researchers and employees.
Req No.
2024-16734
Category
Information Technology
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Information Systems
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $16.85 - $17.50 per hour for daytime shift   Creative Support Alternatives, a San Diego State University Research Foundation project for 30 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.
Req No.
2024-16732
Category
Community/Social Services
Department/Project Name
Creative Support Alternatives
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $18.00 - $23.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.    The position will be filled at 30-40 hours per week and is benefit elegible.   Prison Arts Collective (PAC) works to expand access to the transformative power of the arts through collaboration and mutual learning that supports the development of self-expression, reflection, communication, and empathy through providing multidisciplinary arts programming in correctional institutions. PAC currently facilitates weekly multidisciplinary arts programming and art facilitator training programs in 12 prisons throughout California. PAC is based at San Diego State University and has partnerships with California State University, Fullerton; Humboldt State University, and California State University, San Bernardino.   Reporting to the Administrative Analyst the Program Assistant will provide support in the areas of program administration and day-to-day operations. The position will have both internal and external responsibilities, including being the main point of contact for the PAC room on campus, coordinating with team and stakeholders to schedule meetings and events, supporting program staff with administrative paperwork such as POs and reimbursement forms, and helping with orientations for interns and new volunteers. This position is an administrative support assistant.  
Req No.
2024-16730
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
SDSU - Professional Studies and Fine Arts
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary for this position is $19.00 per hour and is non-negotiable.    FUNCTION OF THE UNIT The Institute for Behavioral and Community Health (IBACH) is a non-profit research institute under the auspices of San Diego State University Research Foundation in San Diego, California. It is home to an active group of researchers, research professionals and trainees working alongside organizational partners to improve the quality of life of all residents. Our mission is to build the evidence-base of modifiable determinants of health disparities, and in collaboration with our partners, develop evidence-based interventions to address these determinants to reduce health disparities through community-engaged research projects aimed to prevent chronic diseases and other health and quality-of-life behaviors and outcomes. We use these opportunities to train the next generation of researchers, practitioners, and policymakers.   Our projects are grant funded through the National Institutes of Health and operated under the direction of SDSU faculty in partnership with research staff and students. We aim to hire an Administrative Assistant who can advance the health of diverse communities by supporting us in day-to-day operations of multiple ongoing projects.   PURPOSE OF THE POSITION The Administrative Assistant will be part of the administrative team for two IBACH projects: Fe en Accion and SDSU-UCSD Cancer Research and Education to Advance Health Equity (CREATE) Partnership. Under immediate supervision, this individual will perform general office support work of average difficulty for multiple research projects. The admin assistant will support faculty and staff with administrative tasks, follow up on tasks to ensure deadlines are met, support the planning and implementation of meetings and other events, coordinate intake and reporting requirements of personnel and volunteers, organize work and documents to ensure consistent performance, and conduct all activities in accordance with SDSU Research Foundation policies and procedures.   Faith in Action /Fe en Acción is a promotora-led health and exercise intervention for Latina women implemented in collaboration with 32 churches throughout San Diego County. The current study is testing the effectiveness, implementation, and sustainment of enhanced versions of the intervention in comparison with a standard version.   CREATE is a partnership between SDSU and UCSD Moores Cancer Center that aims to advance cancer health equity in underserved communities throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties. CREATE coordinates programs to support cancer research, develop cancer research training for future researchers, and provide tools and resources to community efforts to address cancer disparities.   This is a hybrid position with 50-75% of weekly activities in-person at our offices in Kearny Mesa and additional in-person expectations to support special events at SDSU campus, UCSD, and other locations. Our programs operate during normal business hours, but the position will require occasional evening or weekend hours to attend and support program events and functions. Infrequent opportunities to travel to Imperial County or out-of-state locations for meetings and conferences may arise.
Req No.
2024-16726
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
Comprehensive SDSU-UCSD Cancer Center Partnership
Location
US-CA-San Diego
- This position is open until filled with an initial application review to take place after February 15, 2024.  - The salary for this position is $22.57 - $26.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and internal equities and is non-negotiable.  - This position works a hybrid, in-office/remote schedule.   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.  
Req No.
2024-16725
Category
Accounting/Finance
Department/Project Name
SDSURF - Purchasing
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $16.85 per hour and is non-negotiable. SDSU Global Campus strives to be a global leader in providing innovative education programs that transform lives locally and internationally. Our mission is to deliver innovative educational experiences to all learners through credit and non-credit academic and special programs for individuals and groups at various times, in myriad locations, and via different modalities throughout the year. PURPOSE OF THE POSITION Under the general direction of the Administrative Support Coordinator, 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.   
Req No.
2024-16714
Category
Administrative/Clerical
Department/Project Name
SDSU Global Campus
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $24.00 -$25.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.  FUNCTION OF THE UNIT The mission of the Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC) is to provide support, information, and education for children, youth, and adults with disabilities, their families, and the service providers who assist them in San Diego and Imperial Counties. By offering emotional support and reliable information, the Center empowers clients through capacity building to effectively navigate services, community resources, and engage in self-advocacy, with the objective to reach their potential.   PURPOSE OF THE POSITION Under direct supervision of the Co-Director(s), the Resource Navigator is responsible for providing one-to-one guided support to families of children/adults with disabilities, customized resources and information, and service navigation specific to meet their family' needs, including but not limited to: San Diego Regional Center and/or CA Early Start Point of Entry (CES POE), special education and related services, disability specific, public benefits, and generic services. Additional responsibilities may include coordination and implementation of EFRC program goals, assisting with training, family support and targeted outreach activities, and resource development. Other duties may include  preparing reports and providing updates to their immediate supervisor or designated EFRC staff. Other roles include providing support, guidance and resources to the service providers who assist individuals with disabilities and their families.  
Req No.
2024-16712
Category
Research/Project
Department/Project Name
Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC)
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $5,732 - $6,210.52 per month ($68,784 - $74,526.24 yearly) depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable. SDSU Global Campus strives to be a global leader in providing innovative education programs that transform lives locally and internationally. Our mission is to deliver innovative educational experiences to all learners through credit and non-credit academic and special programs for individuals and groups at various times, in myriad locations, and via different modalities throughout the year.  PURPOSE OF THE POSITION The Director of Professional Programs reports to the Executive Director of Academic & Professional Programs and carries primary responsibility for the planning, growth, and development of a portfolio of programs. Partnering closely with industry specialists, businesses, subject matter experts, and other stakeholders, the Program Director leads the creation and operation of programs in collaboration with Global Campus teams and, ultimately, is responsible for the overall performance of the program, and for maintaining a constructive relationship with all stakeholders. The Program Director assesses needs for new educational offerings, and works to establish program and course outlines; with the support of a program advisor and the relevant GC staff, the program director identifies and on-boards instructors; if needed, arranges class locations and use of off-campus sites; develops revenue plans and cost estimates as part of budget planning, ensures approval and implements the plan for the program in the budget year.  
Req No.
2024-16707
Category
Education/Training
Department/Project Name
SDSU Global Campus
Location
US-CA-San Diego
The salary range for this position is $5,546.67 - $6166.67 per month ($66,560.04 - $74,000 yearly) depending upon qualifications and is non-negotiable.  FUNCTION OF THE UNIT School in the Park is an innovative program that shifts the location of “school” from a traditional classroom setting in an inner-city school, to the resources and educational opportunities available at museums in Balboa Park.  A relevant instructional environment is created as hands-on learning challenges students to become active participants in their own education.  The School in the Park program gives space for students to participate in a program that is designed to fully utilize the unique opportunities of San Diego’s cultural institutions in Balboa Park. Rosa Parks Elementary School and Central Elementary School bring third, fourth, and fifth grade students to spend up to eight weeks in Balboa Park, where they participate in weeklong education programs at ten institutions. Wilson Middle School and Clark Middle School sixth graders spend two weeks in Balboa Park each, where they participate in weeklong education programs and get to visit 4 different institutions during their two weeks.School in the Park allows students to experience learning in new and highly engaging ways, as academic subjects come to life and hands-on projects create new avenues for success.    PURPOSE OF THE POSITION The Educational Technologist for School in the Park works both independently and in partnership with the SITP staff, museum educators, and classroom teachers to meet the program objectives. The primary responsibilities of the Educational Technologist is to provide support through technological integration in support of SITP curriculum development and bridging between museum and classroom curriculum, instruction, and assessment to create seamless learning for students. The Educational Technologist works in collaboration with the SITP Director and Lead Educator in curriculum development as related to the use of technology to support student learning and bridging back to the classrooms at each site. The Educational Technologist also supports the daily operations of SITP.  The person must be: a creative problem-solver, able to manage multiple demands and tasks, have experience with and support diverse approaches to student learning, and have highly developed interpersonal skills.   The Educational Technologist reports directly to the SITP Director.   The Educational Technologistfor School In The Park (SITP) is part of a collaborative effort that blends museum-based, experiential education with school-based, formal curriculum. The primary responsibility of the Educational Technologist is to support student learning at SITP.  
Req No.
2024-16702
Category
Information Technology
Department/Project Name
School in the Park
Location
US-Balboa Park