CSUCI Jobs

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Current Opportunities

Position Job Type Open Date Close Date
Veterans Advisor / Certifying Official Regular
Act as the primary advisor for all Veteran and Dependent students utilizing educational benefits, including but not limited to: evaluation of transfer credit for Veteran and Dependent students; submitting enrollment and other certifications in VA Once; review student records to ensure class applicability towards degree; maintain Veterans module in CI Records; outreach to prospective and current students.
HRE Maintenance Supervisor Regular
Responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing daily, ongoing, short, and long-term facility projects and duties for Housing and Residential Education (HRE), providing coordination for one or more groups of skilled and semi-skilled trades workers in the performance of daily custodial, grounds, operations, repairs, and maintenance activities.
CI-Lecturer Faculty - Multiple Subject Credential Temporary
Division of Academic Affairs | School of Education
CI-Lecturer Faculty - Education Specialist Temporary
Division of Academic Affairs | School of Education
Lecturer Wrtng & Multi. Ctr Regular
Division of Academic Affairs | Broome Library
Career Counselor Regular
Under the general direction of the Assistant Director, serve as career counselor in a centralized comprehensive center to individuals and groups of students and alumni. Assist with career assessment, career information, and job/internship search. Conduct comprehensive intake interviews assisting students/alum with resume development, interviewing skills, job search action plans and self-assessment. Independently interpret career assessments for analysis and diagnosis to enhance career counseling. Develop and present workshops and seminars on current career and employment related topics (e.g., resume writing, job search, interviewing, major-specific career exploration, and major-specific job and internship search). Create appropriate multimedia resources, handouts, and written materials for all educational/training work. Coordinate career–related activities such as club events, professional panels, presentations, and seminars. Serve as liaison/consultant to assigned academic programs including consultation and collaboration with faculty in relevant disciplines. Provide major-specific programming services. Research labor-market/career trends and create information resources for student/alumni use.
Career Counselor Regular
Under the general direction of the Assistant Director, serve as career counselor in a centralized comprehensive center to individuals and groups of students and alumni. Assist with career assessment, career information, and job/internship search. Conduct comprehensive intake interviews assisting students/alum with resume development, interviewing skills, job search action plans and self-assessment.  Independently interpret career assessments for analysis and diagnosis to enhance career counseling.  Develop and present workshops and seminars on current career and employment related topics (e.g., resume writing, job search, interviewing, major-specific career exploration, and major-specific job and internship search). Create appropriate multimedia resources, handouts, and written materials for all educational/training work. Coordinate career–related activities such as club events, professional panels, presentations, and seminars. Serve as liaison/consultant to assigned academic programs including consultation and collaboration with faculty in relevant disciplines. Provide major-specific programming services. Research labor-market/career trends and create information resources for student/alumni use.
Academic Program Analyst Regular
Provides a variety of complex administrative and analytical duties in support of the assigned academic programs.
Information Technology Consultant Regular
Support the daily information technology (IT) operations as the Tier 1 support for the Solution Center/Help Desk and ensure effective and standardized delivery of technical desktop computing services for faculty, staff and students
Scholarship Coordinator & Financial Aid Counselor Regular
This position will administer and coordinate all scholarships including institutional, state and private programs. In addition, the Scholarship Coordinator & Financial Aid Counselor will serve as part of the financial aid counseling team to provide quality customer service in the delivery of student aid to prospective and current students and assures compliance with federal, state and institutional guidelines.
Extended University Admissions and Records Specialist Regular
Position provides support for undergraduate, certificate, and graduate admissions to Extended University special session degree programs. Identify, communicate, and guide prospective students through the application process regarding requirements, deadlines, and documents. Responsible for tracking and processing applicants; including sending qualifying applicants to appropriate Program Directors
Lecturer in Arabic, ASL, Chinese, French, Mixteco, and Spanish Regular
Division of Academic Affairs | Global Languages Program
Academic Senate Coordinator Temporary
To provide administrative support to the Academic Senate officers and representatives.
Administrative Manager Regular
Responsible for providing direction and leadership for all business administration, budgetary development and tracking, and personnel management (HR) support for Facilities Services (FS). Creates and implements long and short-term business plan goals and operational plans, ensuring they align with and support the overall mission of the Department of Facilities Services, the Division of Business & Financial Affairs (BFA), and the University.
Evaluation and Enrollment Specialist Temporary
Responsible for the evaluation, maintenance and integrity of student records; upholding and enforcing regulations related to policies, and communicating those policies to prospective students, continuing students, campus community and public. Seeks to find solutions to students experiencing difficulties in the admission and enrollment process and works to resolve obstacles and barriers in a timely and efficient manner.
Evaluation and Enrollment Specialist Temporary
Responsible for the evaluation, maintenance and integrity of student records; upholding and enforcing regulations related to policies, and communicating those policies to prospective students, continuing students, campus community and public. Seeks to find solutions to students experiencing difficulties in the admission and enrollment process and works to resolve obstacles and barriers in a timely and efficient manner.
Vice President for Student Affairs Regular
The Vice President for Student Affairs (VPSA) is responsible for the direction, programming, and planning of the University’s Division of Student Affairs. This executive supervises the budget allocation and expenditure processes for the Division. They will participate significantly in recruiting, supervising, training, and professional development of staff. This executive will also assist in raising funds to support student scholarships and program enhancement.
DASS Alternative Media Specialist Regular
Provide a variety of alternative media services for students and training and support to the campus community.
Associate Dean of Library and Learning Resources Regular
In collaboration with the Dean, the Associate Dean plays a significant role in Library & Learning Resources unit planning, budgeting, personnel administration, policy and procedures development, assessment, and advocacy of daily library services and academic success center operations. The Associate Dean facilitates integrated strategic planning and alignment of library and academic support services that promote student learning and success.
Construction Project Manager Temporary
Under the direction of the Director of Planning, Design and Construction, the position is responsible for planning, organizing, administering, reviewing, and evaluating assigned projects related to: project management during planning, development, and construction of major/minor capital outlay and special repair projects, building code reviews, and project commissioning.

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California State University Channel Islands is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status.

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