Please review our current opportunities below. Click on the desired posting for more information and to apply. All postings close at 4:00 p.m. PST on the date posted.
All full-time (30 hours a week or more) positions are eligible for our generous benefit package which includes: medical, dental, vision, vacation/sick leave, life insurance, and an employer contributed 403b retirement plan. For additional information of available benefits, please visit our benefits page.
The mission of Sponsored Research Contracting and Compliance (SRCC) is to ensure timely and effective contract negotiations when working with public agencies, other universities, nonprofit organizations, and private industry. SRCC is responsible for initiating the subcontracting process for grants and contracts and is involved in the subrecipient monitoring process. The department works closely with Sponsored Research Development and Sponsored Research Administration, as well as with SDSU’s Division of Research Affairs, to ensure that we adhere to sponsor, university, and SDSURF policies, particularly in compliance areas such as human and animal subjects, conflict of interest, cost sharing, export controls, responsible conduct of research, and environmental health and safety.
The primary mission of the Center for Alcohol & Drug Studies & Services (the Center) Driving Under the Influence Program (DUIP) is to help reduce the incidence and prevalence of driving under the influence and the negative consequences of this behavior for our community and its residents. Our mission is also to assist participants in identifying and seeking solutions of their own alcohol and other drug problems. Under the guidelines established by the State of California and the County of San Diego, DUIP strives to provide the highest quality of counseling services to those who have been convicted of violating the DUI laws.
This Statement of Work covers the need for analytical and technical support services from undergraduate students majoring in engineering or the sciences at educational institutions in support of experimental design, scientific research and development at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Pacific (SSC PAC). The purpose of this task is to convert data analysis into meaningful communication tools and design experiments to demonstrate the data.
Experimental design and engineering is needed to refine science, technology, engineering and mathematics experiments and present them as a tool used for communicating scientific findings.
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.
The Production Services Center oversees all aspects of television production. This includes studio and field production, post production, graphics, studio rentals, special events, project design and coordination.
The role of the Producer/Editor is to perform a range of production tasks for assigned projects including production content and non-linear editing. The position also includes production operations tasks for local in-house productions, field production and various shows. The role will include interaction with various departments’ production needs, interaction with outside clients, special events and production coordination.
This position is covered under the SAG-AFTRA collective bargaining agreement with KPBS.
The Research Foundation’s primary purpose is to advance the research vision of San Diego State University (SDSU) and support the educational and community service mission of the university. The Human Resources Department supports the Foundation’s mission by providing the full range of human resource services. Established in 1943, the research foundation is organized as a 501(c)3 corporation and is governed by a board of directors composed of SDSU faculty, staff and community members. In fiscal year 2016-2017, the research foundation administered $179 million in revenue from grants, contracts and campus program activity. The foundation’s central and agency employee count is 165 and 400 respectively with approximately 1700 additional grant project employees.
The Director of Human Resources is the Research Foundation’s chief human resources officer, responsible for leadership and management of the human resources department, serves as a member of the senior management team and reports to the Executive Director. The Director is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing a strategic, comprehensive, and effective human resource program including responsibilities such as: labor and employee relations; classification and compensation; recruitment; benefits, human resources information systems; equal employment and affirmative action planning; employee training and development; performance management program administration; immigration and visa compliance; human resource policy development, implementation and monitoring; and risk management and legal oversight. The Director provides expert counsel and advice to senior management and supervisors regarding the full range of human resource issues.
This position will remain open until filled with first review of applicants on Friday, November 3, 2017 at 4:00 pm (Pacific Standard Time).
This position is located in Northern California in Calaveras/Amador or Tuolumne County:
The Creative Support Alternatives project witin the SDSU Research Foundation, provides Independent/Supported Living Services and related services to adults with disabilities, as well as others who benefit from individualized, person-driven supports, to maximize their full inclusion and participation in all aspects of home and community life.
The Community Support Facilitator, under the supervision of the Director(s) and Community Living Coordinator(s), provides direct support to people with developmental disabilities in their homes and in the community.
San Diego State University is a major public research university with strong innovation and entrepreneurial programs. Under the leadership of the Vice-President for Research, the public affairs/communications specialist will use world-class services and technologies to enhance SDSU’s mission as a student-centered, research-focused, service-oriented public university. The specialist position is a temporary two-year pilot program with possibility of extension.
This position is open until filled with first review of applications on Friday, November 10, 2017.
This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of a college student to provide technical and/or analytical support in the field of Human Factors Psychology or Cognitive Science for the MK18 project. The purpose of the project is to integrate and transition into the Fleet new technologies to support Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs) operations.
The U.S. Navy has deployed the MK18 Mod 1 and 2 UUVs for U.S. Navy shallow water mine countermeasures (MCM) and hydro-graphic reconnaissance operations. The UUVs in the MK18 Family of Systems are pre-programmed and designed to scan waters for targets or threats while offering the Fleet vital information for required for planning Navy operations.
The Director of Research Development shall serve under the guidance of the Associate Executive Director, Research Advancement of the San Diego State University (SDSU) Research Foundation and SDSU’s Vice President for Research and shall identify, develop, and promote special programs and initiatives to meet the research and outreach goals and objectives of SDSU. The Director will coordinate with VP for Research, College Deans, and faculty in the preparation of “white papers” and proposals to secure federal, state, and private sector funding. In addition, the Director will prepare proposals in response to agency Requests for Proposals, Broad Area Announcements, and other funding opportunities. These white papers and proposals will be presented to and coordinated with high-level leaders from academia, industry, and government. In addition, new business opportunities for the University/Research Foundation shall be pursued such as creating regional public-private partnership alliances.
The Director will represent the University and the Research Foundation with senior government and industry officials at the national, state, and local level. The Director will work closely with other University and Research Foundation staff to advance and maintain SDSU’s position and reputation as a national leader in research and scholarship. In addition, the Director will manage, where appropriate, large multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional projects resulting from Research Advancement activities.
**This position is open until filled with initial review of applications on Friday, October 16, 2017**
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 34,000 participants monthly.
Under the direction of the Regional Manager, the WIC Nutrition Services Assistant is responsible for providing a variety of clerical duties in support of WIC program operations; provides customer service to program participants and applicants; educating participants on non-nutrition issues such as program orientation, including the use of food instruments and determines eligibility of WIC participants. This position travels to other WIC Offices in the San Diego region as needed. This position may include training for eligibility to become a certified California WIC Nutrition Assistant (WNA).
The purpose of this task is to provide analytical and technical support services from college students majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, and Cognitive Science to assist with the Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality (BEMR) Lab. This project looks to explore and develop mixed reality solutions for the warfighter using low-cost, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) gaming and cell phone technology. The goal of this project is to evaluate, integrate and exploit commercial mixed reality (MxR) technology for adaptation to the battlespace to increase and broaden the US warfighter’s asymmetric advantage.
DoD is currently using very few MxR solutions. In the scenarios where MxR is currently employed, the gear is too specialized and extremely expensive. This BEMR project will use inexpensive equipment that can simulate the virtual command center, tactical environment, training scenarios, etc. The purpose of a previous project, Blueshark lab (a fore-runner project to BEMR), was to speculate what will happen in the next 25-50 years in the Navy and Marine Corps. This effort focuses on ways to immediately exploit equipment and software that can be obtained in the commercial space and scale it to the warfighter, getting it in as many hands as possible.
The Sponsored Research Services (SRS) division supports the research mission of the University in the areas of grant development and administration, including: developing and submitting proposals; negotiating grant and contract awards 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 Grant Specialist is responsible for post award administration, compliance and fiscal management of sponsored programs including the preparing and analyzing cost projections. He/she 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.
This position is open until filled with first review of applications on Friday, October 27, 2017
THIS POSITION IS LOCATED IN TBILISI, GEORGIA
This position is open until filled with the first review of applications on Monday, August 28, 2017.
The country of Georgia has a critical shortage of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professionals, educated to current international standards, graduating from their institutions of higher education. SDSU is approaching this project in partnership with Ilia State University, Tbilisi State University, and Georgian Technical University – the three premier public universities in Georgia – to provide Bachelor’s degrees in the country of Georgia. Using the facilities of these three universities, SDSU-Georgia will focus on STEM education to train an advanced workforce to meet the growing needs of Georgia.
This position is open until filled with the first review of applications on Friday, August 18, 2017.
We are looking for Data Collectors in the following locations: San Diego, Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Los Angeles, Merced and Santa Cruz.
Under the direction of the Principal Investigator and Project Manager, the Evaluation Data Collector (EDC) will be responsible for traveling to local high schools/SBHCs to administer youth assent to participate in the study, collect and record data, including administering surveys to teens in a group setting, and other related tasks. EDCs will participate in a paid training in San Diego or other location in California, in August or September 2017, where they will learn about data collection protocols and procedures.
The Evaluation Data Collector (Research Assistant II) is responsible for participating in required training in August/September; strictly adhere to and carry out data collection protocols, including uploading confidential electronic survey data; communicate with the SDSU Evaluation Team Project Manager on a regular basis with data collection logs and field updates; set up, store, ship and maintain electronic tablets used for survey collection; and liaise with SBHC staff and school administrative personnel.
This position is open until filled with next review of applicants beginning on Monday, September 18, 2017.
SDSU Research Foundation is seeking an accomplished programmer/analyst with Java user-interface experience. The position offers a high degree of system ownership and immediate user feedback. Our offices are located in sunny San Diego on the SDSU campus and our team members enjoy a healthy work-life balance and great benefits.
If you enjoy collaborating and developing user-centric solutions in a dynamic environment where you make a difference, we would love to meet you!
Creative Support Alternatives, a San Diego State University Research Foundation project with 25 years experience, provides Supported Living Services, Independent 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. Each position is individualized in order to support the needs and wants of the person receiving services.
The College of Extended Studies, American Language Institute (ALI) provides English language training to international students. Many of these students are preparing to matriculate to American universities, including SDSU. The ALI currently employs approximately 70 full-time and part-time instructors and 20 support staff, and serves approximately 4000 students per year.
The ALI Instructor is responsible for performing a combination of college-level classroom instruction. Must be able to teach a variety of skills and subjects to a variety of English proficiency levels; demonstrate teaching excellence, knowledge of subject matter, and coordination skills.
Ability to teach TOEFL and IELTS preparation, GMAT & GRE preparation, and Mathematics a plus.
The American Language Institute maintains a pool of part-time ESL 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.