Current Opportunities

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Light Automotive Equipment Operator Regular
Performs departmental skilled driving and operations of Grounds equipment and assigned landscape maintenance.
Associate Vice President, Human Resources & HRO Regular
Provides strategic counsel to leadership on Human Resources (HR) matters including but not limited to employee relations, recruitment, compensation, benefits, payroll, HR information management, workers compensation, performance management, labor/management relations, professional development, organizational effectiveness, and Title IX, Equity, and Inclusion. Broadly responsible for developing human resources and Title IX guidelines, policies, and strategies utilizing the campus’s needs, appropriate collective bargaining agreements, applicable federal and state employe laws, and CSU policies to provide consistent and accurate guidance for the campus community. Provides strategic leadership to deliver customer-focused programs and services. Serves as an advisor to campus leaders regarding all aspects of areas supervised. Oversees all aspects of Human Resources.
Collections Specialist Regular
Responsible for all tasks associated with student receivables including duties necessary for the internal and external collection and reporting of delinquent student accounts, aging analysis and reporting, and annual bad debt reporting. Performs and processes daily student account functions to assure accuracy of accounts. Analyzes and resolves account discrepancies. Reviews, analyzes, and interprets student accounts in response to inquiries from students and campus partners. General accounting duties including but not limited to account analysis and reconciliation.
School of Education Budget Analyst Regular
Responsible for technical operations, budget management, enrollment planning and management, and financial analysis and reporting. Works closely with the Dean, Associate Dean, and Chairs in the School of Education performing a variety of complex and specialized administrative and technical duties to support the School of Education.
Police Officer Regular
Provides service and protection to the university community, students, faculty, and staff from accidents, criminal activity, and other illegal behaviors that disrupt or negatively impact the educational environment. Serves as a sworn peace officer of the state and as such performs general and specialized law enforcement duties, conducts investigations, enforces laws and traffic regulations, makes arrests, conducts crime prevention and community policing program activities, and provides information and assistance to the general public.
Manager of Custodial Services Regular
Supervises a group of employees responsible for servicing the University to provide all aspects of custodial service.
Coordinator of Recreation Programming Regular
Assists the Assistant Director of Campus Recreation with the oversight and daily operation of the Recreation Center. Coordinates the development and execution of comprehensive intramural sports, fitness, and sports club programs to a diverse student body while contributing to the vision of Student Wellness (SW) and the Division of Student Affairs (DSA).
Marine Debris Grant Coordinator Temporary
California State University Channel Islands (CI) operates a scientific research station on Santa Rosa Island in collaboration with Channel Islands National Park (CHIS). The research station plays a prominent role in facilitating undergraduate research and other high-impact practices at CI while providing opportunities for diverse groups of students to participate in field science and data collection, engaging with the natural environment, and other life-changing experiences. Santa Rosa Island Research Station’s (SRIRS) marine debris program operates within the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary (CINMS) boundaries off the coast of Southern California in collaboration with the National Park Service (NPS), The Nature Conservancy (TNC), the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Marine Debris Program. SRIRS has completed dozens of on-island debris removals since 2016. Removals occur on both National Park Service (NPS) and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) lands. This position would lead field data collection, removal operations, community outreach, and regional coordination related to Island marine debris. Utilizing funding from the NMSF, develops planning and execution to remove marine debris from critical habitats of the Channel Islands for the funding period beginning Spring 2024 through December 2026.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Computer Science Regular
Division of Academic Affairs | Computer Science Program
Assistant or Associate Professor of Mechatronics Engineering Regular
Division of Academic Affairs | Computer Science Program
Student Account Specialist Regular
Posts and processes all Financial Aid disbursements, third party contracts, fee waivers, and refunds to student accounts to assure accuracy of all functions. Reviews, analyzes, and interprets student accounts in response to inquiries from students, Student Business Services (SBS) staff, and other campus partners.
Articulation and Support Systems Analyst Regular
Provides complex administrative support to the AVP APCI under the guidance of the Articulation Officer. Supports the Academic Programs Office with the initiation, development, and management of course articulation, CSUCI credit for system-wide external exams, and the Articulation System Stimulating Interinstitutional Student Transfer (ASSIST) database. Assists in streamlining the articulation process through implementation of programs and policies set forth by CSU Office of the Chancellor (CSUCO) and the state. Assists in the review of curriculum proposal forms for new courses, programs, and modifications and supports the Academic Programs administrative processes.
Photographer & Videographer Regular
Responsible for generating, managing, and curating stylized photo imagery and compelling video stories for a wide mix of University initiatives and platforms. Provides photographic and video support to projects handled by Communication and Public Relations (C&PR) and other University photographic or video needs as assigned.
Assistant Director of Career Development Regular
Provides strategic direction and leadership in a centralized Career Center to provide students with a range of career counseling including career exploration, career research, and career planning. Provides oversight of career counseling, career related communications and marketing, internships, and assessment of student career outcomes, effectiveness, research, and program evaluation. Coordinates University internship strategy, execution of internship initiatives, and outcomes-based assessment.
Program Counselor & Navigator Temporary
Supports School of Education (SoE) department of Educational Leadership and School Counseling and Psychology, by facilitating recruitment and admission efforts, fieldwork placement, and recommendation processes for degree and credential programs. Provides advice, guidance, assistance, and current information to prospective and current students, faculty, and other interested parties on matters regarding the School of Education academic programs, careers related to the programs, program admission and exit requirements, and California State credentialing or licensing requirements. Has full authority to recommend students for their preliminary credentials within parameters established by CTC and the University.
NAGPRA / CalNAGPRA Project Specialist Temporary
Leads efforts to comply with state and federal American Graves Protection and Repatriation Acts (NAGPRA and CalNAGPRA), AB 275/52. Undertakes all tasks required to complete the expeditious repatriation of Native American ancestral remains and cultural items housed at CSUCI in a manner respectful of Tribal sovereignty and cultural practices.
School of Education Recruitment & Admissions Counselor Regular
Leads the recruitment of diverse and qualified graduate/post-baccalaureate students and evaluates applicant files in accordance with the policies and directives of Title V Education Code, California Administrative ode, the California State University Office of the Chancellor, and CSU Channel Islands.
Gift Management and Constituent Record Specialist Regular
Responsible for independent timely and accurate processing and receipting of philanthropic gifts, creation of online donations, event registration, membership forms, and constituent data entry using the University Advancement’s database Raiser’s Edge (RE) and other campus databases. Manages the processing of all charitable gifts (cash, checks, credit cards, stock, wire transfer/EFT, etc.) associated with the CSU Channel Islands Foundation, as well as recording and receipting gifts made to other campus auxiliaries while following established policies and procedures.
Vice President for Business and Financial Affairs Regular
Provides executive direction, guidance, and policy formation for campus financial and business management operations; human resources management including oversight for Title IX; ADA compliance and navigating claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; physical facilities; information technology services; and public safety. Carries fiduciary responsibility for all the campus auxiliaries in accordance with Executive Orders of the California State University and Board of Trustees policy and serves as University's and Auxiliary corporations' Chief Fiscal Officer.
Lecturer AY - Music Lecturer Temporary
Division of Academic Affairs | Performing Arts Program

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