California State Polytechnic University Pomona

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Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 07, 2020
Full Time
Description: ype of Appointment: Full-Time, Probationary Collective Bargaining Unit: California State University Employees Union (CSUEU) - Unit 9 Classification Salary Range: $4,611 - $8,899 per month Anticipated Hiring Range: $4,611 - $6,040 per month Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. This position is open until filled. An accounting/budgeting skills test will be administered as part of the interview process. THE DEPARTMENT Budget Services provides budget administration, operations and multi-year planning functions for Cal Poly Pomona. Budget Services supports the university's financial decision-making by providing accurate, up-to-date budget information to campus executives. The office is responsible for reporting fiscal information such as the campus' state and non-state financial position, assists the campus in its multi-year planning efforts and provides projections of state allocations as well as fee revenues. The department also reviews and projects all fee revenues, expenses, monitoring enrollment, position management, as well as allocating and monitoring resources and their use. The office also complies with Chancellor's Office and campus financial reporting requirements, including Labor Cost Distribution and associated personnel budget and expenditures. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Senior Budget Analyst will implement the campus' monthly Labor Cost Distribution (LCD) processes analyzing all transactions and recommending corrective action to Payroll when necessary; work with campus departments on the LCD process and ensures that salary and benefit costs are distributed to the appropriate funds, (this may entail working with Payroll, Enterprise Applications (IT), and Foundation as needed for grant analysis,); and may establish account codes for positions in Oracle/PeopleSoft (O/PS) HR. As part of the LCD process, the incumbent implements the grant reimbursement process to ensure the correct distribution of salaries to the cost recovery fund ensuring expenses do not exceed the grant budgeted; will work with Accounting to bill the Foundation for grant work; and assist Foundation auditors when requested to explain the processes and the required documentation. This position, along with others in the office, may act as subject matter expert for all O/PS HR and LCD upgrades and patch testing and analyze the changes in processes and recommend corrective actions for implementation as needed. The analyst will keep abreast of the O/PS Common HR system changes and associated issues pertinent to Budget Services effective management and delivery of positions and position budgeting; may attend CSU System's committee meetings and teleconferences for all O/PS Common HR and LCD upgrades and patch testing; monitor the CSU System's ongoing LCD Module for CHRS; and work with the campus and CO staff on the LCD Dashboard and Payroll Dashboard. The incumbent will be responsible for effective management of the university's position numbering system in O/PS or other Budgeting System to be implemented and maintained; review and analyze all HR actions (recruitments, new positions, reclassifications, reassignments, and In-Range Progressions); and work with Human Resources to ensure the paperwork is completed to meet the needs of the Budget Services Department and its systems. In cooperation with others in the office, the incumbent may analyze CSU memoranda regarding collective bargaining and provide cost analyses and estimates of the collective bargaining agreements; and allocate resources to fund the CBA's salary and benefits programs to university departments. As a major source of funds for the university, the incumbent may provide revenue estimates for both resident and non-resident student populations by academic term. This entails working with university student data from online and institutional resources for the most recent data sets. In addition to providing the revenue estimates, the incumbent will look for trends in student average unit load, part-time and full-time for both resident and non-resident students by Academic term. Graphing, charting and data visualization of student enrollment trends along with revenue studies will be provided to ensure campus executives are informed of current trends. In collaboration with others in the department, this position will ensure all university budget transfers are completed in an accurate and timely manner. The transfers include funds transferred to funds 486 and 487. In transferring these funds, incumbent works with various departments to ensure funding is allocated and is sufficient to cover project costs within CSU funds 486, 487 and other funds as needed. Monthly reporting on transferred funds both into and out of the university's operating fund to capital improvement and deferred maintenance funds will assist the department's year-end reporting. The incumbent will assist in the preparation and submission of annual reports to the CSU Budget Office including the Annual Budget Submission and all Fee Reports to the CSU after review and approval by the Director. The position is also responsible for Budget's PS/Oracle chart field value management including Department Tree roll forward and copying for annual new year implementation. Also, changing all department trees as necessary to implement any needed changes due to reorganizations and transferring of activities from one organization to another. Also included in this assignment is creating and maintaining Class and Department chartfield values once reviewed by the Director. In collaboration with others in the department, the incumbent monitors and analyzes cost allocation activity including reimbursements to the university for services provided by the campus operating funds to special funds or other external sources. All activity will be monitored and reported to the Director. This includes assisting campus customers and accounting personnel with questions and problems related to cost allocation activities. This could include researching and analyzing specific and in some cases complex problems, requiring investigation and recommending actions for resolution. Additionally, this position will analyze unexpended funds from prior year and ensure that the correct amounts are rolled forward into the new fiscal year. The incumbent will prepare reports that assist in determining carryforward amounts, reconciling accounts and notifying departments regarding balances and any actions on their part to ensure proper allocation of costs. The incumbent will review division budget assignments ensuring effective budget monitoring and reporting (via Budget Oversight and other budget reporting needs) and uploading of initial division budget data. Querying O/PS finance and HR, Knowledge of Tableau Finance and CSU LCD Dashboards (and other automated buget systems, as appropriate) are essential for accurate reporting and reconciliation. The incumbent will use these tools in all job responsibilities herein and for analyzing, supporting, reporting and researching all budget-related decisions and recommendations. The incumbent is expected to perform complex analysis in a multi-tasking environment with accurate results. The incumbent participates in university year-end procedures including working closely with accounting staff and facilities financial staff in reconciling year-end balances and ensuring that all balances are accurately reported. The incumbent will perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Associate Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services, Budget Director, and/or Sr Budget Manager to meet the operational needs of University and Budget Services department. Such activities may entail research, documentation of department and university procedures, additional account analysis and reconciliations, serve as a resource to the campus community regarding budget inquiries and issues, budget journal entry processing, and preparation of documentation and schedules associated with university budget activity throughout the fiscal year. As part of the Budget Department's customer service approach and learning centered activities, this position will implement with assistance of others in the department campus and Department training and customer service activities. In so doing, the incumbent will schedule and provide Bronco Interactive Dashboard - Finance training to interested individuals and departments and one-on-one as requested by the campus department personnel, ensuring university-wide compliance with budget and expense policies and procedures. Additionally, the incumbent, working with others in the department may assist in maintaining the department's website to ensure information communicated via the internet is up-to-date and accurate. QUALIFICATIONS Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree with a major in accounting, business administration, finance or a closely related field OR a combination of education and experience which provides the required knowledge and abilities AND three (3) years of progressively responsible analytical experience including two (2) years performing work involving the preparation, justification, and analysis, or the control and administration of a budget or budgetary program. Thorough knowledge of financial, budgetary and accounting principles and practices. General knowledge of the purpose, functions, and fiscal organization of the campus(es); principles of position control and budgetary alignment. Working knowledge of the principles and practices of public finance, administrative personnel, fiscal management and cash-flow management; research techniques and statistical principles and procedures; advanced proficiency with current word processing and spreadsheet software programs, web browsers, query tools, integrated financial systems and/or other types of records management systems. Knowledge of or ability to learn quickly the financial structure and financial procedures of the CSU. Ability to analyze and review the budgets and financial practices of the campus(es), communicate clearly and present complex budget information in a clear, concise and professional manner, analyze situations accurately, and develop an effective course of action. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Previous experience in public higher education campus-wide accounting/budget office; knowledge of university administration, accounting and budgeting; advanced degree in Business, Public Administration or related field; intricate knowledge of excel is highly desirable as is knowledge of CSU Oracle/PeopleSoft Finance and HR systems; experience setting up and using Budgeting and position management systems in a multi-year budget environment is preferred as are high level of accuracy and attention to detail; and ability to create charts and graphs that meet the university's accessible technology requirements for individuals with disabilities is preferred. Samples of work are appreciated. BACKGROUND CHECK A background check must satisfactorily be completed before a candidate can be offered this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for this position. The background check consists of the following: Employment verification, education verification, reference checks, and checks of the following systems and databases: National Social Security Number/Address Locator, Felony/Misdemeanor, National Criminal Database, Federal Criminal, Department of Motor Vehicles, and National Sex Offender Registry. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Cal Poly Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, California Education Code section 67380, and the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at: http://dsa.cpp.edu/police/securityreport.asp CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 07, 2020
Full Time
Description: Type of Appointment: Full-Time, Probationary Collective Bargaining Unit: Teamsters Local - Unit 6 Classification Salary Range: $6,375 - $8,080 per month Anticipated Hiring Range: $6,375 - $6,943 per month Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Recruitment Closing Date: October 20, 2020 THE DEPARTMENT The Division of Facilities Planning & Management (FP&M) consists of approximately 160 FTE and is responsible for the development, maintenance and improvements to the University's assets and facilities. FP&M supports the campus' natural and built environment with more than 200 buildings on more than 1,400 acres and is also responsible for the coordinated planning, development and usage of the University's land and facilities. This includes responsibility of land master planning and development, project planning, building design and construction, deferred maintenance, and infrastructure (roads, transportation systems, telecommunications, sewer, gas, water, and electric, etc.), utilities and sustainability. FP&M provides maintenance including Custodial Services, Landscape Services, Building and Mechanical Trades, Fleet Management, and Waster Recycling Management. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Supervising Plumber will be under the supervision and reports to the Water Operations Manager; be responsible for supervising and working with one or more crews of skilled journey level plumbers and semi-skilled assistants in the performance of general plumbing maintenance and repair work. The incumbent plans, schedules and coordinates the work of multiple crews and projects; assigns work to qualified crewmembers; orders materials and equipment for the job; provides on the job training and safety instructions; provides input on performance evaluations of crew members; and monitors work progress. The incumbent also inspects completed work to ensure it complies with specifications, applicable building and safety codes and regulations, and sound trade practices. The incumbent will prepare shop related reports and drawings; maintain records and retrieves data related to work performed using manual and/or computerized record keeping systems; maintain a safe and clean work environment; and works with other trades shops. The incumbent also works on new construction and remodeling projects by collaborating with engineering and design consultants; reviews and interprets plans and specifications; coordinates and schedules for utility shut downs and tie-ins to meet the overall construction objectives; prepares cost estimates and minor design of plumbing systems; inspects related work performed by contractors; and provides cost estimates of time and material for plumbing projects. The incumbent will performs journey level skilled plumbing trades work including routine and preventative maintenance of plumbing systems; minor remodeling of classrooms, laboratories and offices; the installation, maintenance, inspection, modification, remodel and repair of mechanical plumbing equipment and fixtures for water, gas, oil, steam, sewage, fire sprinkler/prevention, and refrigeration-related plumbing systems, including automated plumbing systems. The incumbent typically maintains, troubleshoots and tests plumbing systems, including backflow prevention devices; assemble, install and repair pumps, pipes, fittings and fixtures; cuts, threads and welds pipes; assembles and installs valves, pipe fittings and pipes composed of a variety of metals and materials; manages lab utilities; participates in the maintenance of operations of the plumbing shop; maintains and services tools and equipment used in the performance of duties; and performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures. Incumbent is required to maintain a backflow certification for device testing on campus. The incumbent will follow the direction of the Water Operations Manager and provide support in the operation of the campus Water Distribution System in accordance with all applicable permits, state and federal regulations pertaining to potable and drinking water operations. The incumbent will provide support with the operation and maintenance of the Recycled Water System, Gas Distribution System, Sewer System and Storm Drain System. The incumbent will be required to maintain necessary credentials and certifications to provide support to the various systems mentioned. The support will include operation and maintenance, input for operational set points and parameters, correcting pump failures, responding to leaks, responding to blockages, providing and maintaining data for reporting purposes, maintaining applicable regulatory compliance and ensuring proper maintenance and operation is given to the systems. QUALIFICATIONS Work requires thorough knowledge of the methods, materials, tools and equipment used in the plumbing trade; a base knowledge of the operation of building automation systems; and a thorough knowledge of applicable state and federal health and safety orders and regulations pertaining to the plumbing trade, including the California State Safety Orders of the Division of Industrial Safety and the California State Plumbing codes; working knowledge of effective supervisory practices and techniques; working knowledge of job design and work sequencing related to construction projects AND two (2) or more years of experience as a journey-level plumber including one (1) to two (2) years in a lead/supervisory capacity. Must be able to perform skilled plumbing work on all applicable equipment and systems; perform applicable welding work; obtain necessary backflow prevention licenses; make rough sketches of plumbing installations; read and work from blueprints, plans, drawings and specifications; estimate materials and labor cost of standard plumbing maintenance and repair work; maintain records and retrieve data related to work performed using manual and/or computerized record-keeping systems; provide instruction to unskilled and semi-skilled assistants; analyze and respond appropriately to emergency situations; prepare standard reports; read and write at the level appropriate to the position; and perform arithmetic calculations as required by the position. Must be able to lead, instruct and coordinate the work of a small group or crew of skilled and semi-skilled workers; accurately estimate costs, supplies and materials needed for jobs; prepare lists of materials; ensure work is performed in sequence; maintain records; and prepare more complex reports. Must direct the work of skilled crafts workers and their semi-skilled assistants; determine and coordinate staffing, material and equipment needs for multiple jobs and projects; ensure accuracy and maintenance of assigned recordkeeping systems; and perform design work for plumbing systems. Incumbents may be required to possess a California Driver's License valid for the operation of any vehicle or equipment they are required to maintain and operate. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Five (5) years of jouneyman experience in the plumbing trade, with minimum of two (2) years as a supervisor; and a State of California Water Treatment Operator Grade II certification is preferred. BACKGROUND CHECK A background check must satisfactorily be completed before a candidate can be offered this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for this position. The background check consists of the following: Employment verification, education verification, reference checks, and checks of the following systems and databases: National Social Security Number/Address Locator, Felony/Misdemeanor, National Criminal Database, Federal Criminal, Department of Motor Vehicles, and National Sex Offender Registry. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Cal Poly Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, California Education Code section 67380, and the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at: http://dsa.cpp.edu/police/securityreport.asp CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html Closing Date/Time: October 20, 2020
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 07, 2020
Full Time
Description: Type of Appointment: Full-time, probationary Collective Bargaining Unit: Technical & Support Services - Unit 9 Classification Salary Range: $3,522 - $6,374 per month Anticipated hiring range: $3,522 - $4,473 per month Recruitment Closing Date: Open Until Filled **Valid California Class A driver's license at the time of hire or within six (6) months from date of hire. Must be added to DOT random drug testing program and able to pass random drug/alcohol test. THE DEPARTMENT: The W. K Kellogg Arabian Horse Center (AHC), is dedicated to promoting the legacy of the Kellogg Arabians by providing a venue where students and the public can learn more about the Arabian Horses. The AHC provides an environment where students can learn about the Arabian Horses and the horse industry, supports the learn-by-doing educational mission of the University, and continues the tradition of breeding and raising high quality show horses. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Horse Training Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Coordinator of Horse Training & Farm Operations train weanlings to adult horses and engage students in the process. Horses could have varying degrees of experience from no handling experience to advanced levels of training. Responsibilities include: ¥ Train each horse or foal instilling confidence and ensuring they are safe to handle and ride. ¥ Train young horses under saddle, including but not limited to, starting and developing all late 2-year olds in the fall of their two year old year . ¥ Two year olds will be taught how to lunge and comfortably carry a bit in their mouth, wear various forms of equipment with confidence and without fear, such as a saddle, surcingle, and crupper. ¥ Two year olds will learn the basics of biting and when necessary ground driving in preparation for the first rides. ¥ It is expected that all young horses starting undersaddle will walk, trot, and canter under saddle as a late two year old or early three year old, depending on their date of birth, physical maturity, and mental maturity. ¥ Occasionally a horse may not make this target time; it is understood that all horses will develop and progress at a different rate. ¥ Trainer will communicate with Executive Director the training progress of each horse to make sure that every horse has the chance to be successful and is confident with each phase of the training process while meeting target goals of the program. Develop and implement horse training progress reports and training logs tracking each horse's training activities on a monthly basis. ¥ Horse training will include but are not limited to: Saddle seat, Western, Hunt Seat, driving, trail, halter breaking, first time handling of foals including feet and leg desensitizing, trailer loading and unloading, standing quietly and safely for farrier. ¥ In collaboration with the Executive Director, analyze needs, develop and implement a system, and calendar to evaluate horses with an emphasis on determining which horses will be retained and which will be sold in the annual production sale. Farm Operations ¥ Coordinate daily tasks and operations of the farm. ¥ Lead and oversee student assistants and student live-ins on day-to-day tasks to meet the long and short term goals of AHC. Train student assistants, monitor their work and provide daily operational feedback. ¥ Provide recommendations to the Executive Director on hiring student assistants ¥ Provide instructional and research support as required, including assisting in instructional activities and helping faculty or students work independently with horses. ¥ Assist in training and developing student riders for the Sunday Shows or when required by providing lessons for students in various programs of the AHC. ¥ Bring issues, concerns, and recommendations regarding performance and operations to the Executive Director's attention. ¥ Work effectively and collegially with other employees, the Executive Director and students, and interact with the public and the Arabian Horse Industry in a professional and congenial manner. ¥ Support and implement University safety policies and procedures. Ensure IACUC policies are followed and assist with inspections as required. ¥ Communicate and coordinate with the Executive Director in a timely manner regarding the identification of health-related problems, medical treatment of horses, the sale of horses, movement of horses within the Horse Center, the transfer of horses to or from the property, the interstate and intrastate and any related matters. ¥ Other duties include: Assist with transporting horses as needed. Assist and lead the movement of horses in pasture, ensuring the pasture health is optimal for the horse's nutritional needs and ascetics of the University. ¥ Administer vaccinations and worming and other routine heard healthcare procedures as directed. Assist veterinarian as needed. ¥ Ensure stable area is kept neat, clean and safe for both horses and people at all times. Stable is to be presentable to the public at all times. External Relations ¥ Ensure the annual auction production is a well-run and organized event. ¥ After final approval by Executive Director, ensure all sale horses are videoed and posted online 40 days prior to Auction. ¥ Work directly with Auction Company, present sale horses to the public, returning calls or other communications to potential buyers in a timely manner. Representing sale horses to potential buyers with complete transparency, integrity, and full disclosure. ¥ Work with staff and students in the production of public exhibitions of the W. K. Kellogg Arabians. This includes: ¥ Analyze the needs of preparation and exhibition of horses in the center's monthly Sunday Shows that ensurse a well-executed, informative and entertaining program. ¥ Events on and off campus with or without horses to promote the W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center and the Arabian Horse Breed. ¥ Prepare and present horses to the President's Advisory Committee and the public. ¥ Assist with advancement work by soliciting stallion service donations and other fundraising initiatives as required. Other duties may be assigned by the Executive Director. PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's degree in Equine Science, agriculture, or another related field AND at least five (5) years of experience training and or managing on horse farm. Four (4) years of direct related experience training horses. Halter breaking foals, trailer loading, training with confidence. Knowledge in horse health. Hauling horses/driving trailers. Work well with a diverse multicultural student, faculty, and staff population. Knowledge of equine behavior. Experience starting horses under saddle. Comprehensive horsemanship skills from foal to show horse. Demonstrated success preparing horses to show up to the national level. Extensive knowledge of equine behavior and the ability to develop Arabian show horses in hunter pleasure, English pleasure, and western pleasure. The ability to develop horses in other riding domains such as jumping, dressage, trail, and/or reining. Experience starting young horses under-saddle including 1st rides. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Equivalent to 60 semester or 90 quarter units of academic work at a recognized college or university, with courses in animal husbandry, livestock management and related animal science subjects. (Additional specialized experience which has demonstrated that the applicant has acquired and successfully applied the knowledge and abilities shown above may be substituted for the required education on the basis of one year experience for each 30 semester units or 45 quarter units of accredited college work completed.) Three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in care, feeding, and breeding of livestock. Thorough knowledge of modern of modern livestock feeding, breeding and health care practices. Ability to recognize the symptoms of, and assist in the treatment of, common livestock diseases and other health programs; ability to develop a systematic program of herd improvement and development; ability to supervise unskilled student help in the care and feeding of livestock; ability to maintain clear and concise records and prepare reports; ability to coordinate the practical aspects of livestock production with the academic program and the student learning process; ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with farm employees, faculty and students. BACKGROUND CHECK: A background check must satisfactorily be completed before a candidate can be offered this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for this position. The background check consists of the following: Employment verification, education verification, reference checks, and checks of the following systems and databases: National Social Security Number/Address Locator, Felony/Misdemeanor, National Criminal Database, Federal Criminal, Department of Motor Vehicles, and National Sex Offender Registry. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Cal Poly Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, California Education Code section 67380, and the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at: https://www.cpp.edu/campus-safety-plan.shtml Cal Poly Pomona is a smoke and tobacco-free campus. Please refer to the link below for policy information. http://www.calstate.edu/EO/EO-1108.html CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT: The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Description: California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Search for the Dean of the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture Pomona, California Cal Poly Pomona, one of two polytechnic universities in the 23-campus California State University System and one of only seven polytechnic institutions nationally, seeks an innovative and visionary leader to serve as the next Dean of the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture. Reporting directly to the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Dean will lead the College in the development and implementation of a dynamic strategic plan that honors the College¿s rich history and leads it into its next era of excellence. The Don. B. Huntley College of Agriculture is one of the four colleges of agriculture in the California State University System and the only one located in Southern California. It is the sole provider of comprehensive agricultural programs focusing on the needs of the $1 trillion Southern California economy and its 21 million people. The College aims to be a national leader in urban and sustainable agriculture. The College provides a unique integrative approach to agriculture-related undergraduate and graduate programs that recognizes the strong disciplinary interdependencies of professional orientation and culture, basic societal needs, lifestyles, and social and environmental responsibility. It is well positioned to meet the expanding demand for qualified graduates in highly specialized fields within the agricultural, food, apparel, and animal industries. The Dean will have a comprehensive understanding of and appreciation for the changing landscape of agriculture both in practice and education, specifically the emerging role of 21st century small and urban agriculture. The Dean fosters an environment conducive to academic quality, collegiality, innovation, and open discussion, and an appreciation for ethnic, cultural, and social diversity. Within the College, the Dean promotes collaboration, team building, and active involvement with the faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the community. The successful Dean will be a visionary leader prepared to serve as a visible and vocal advocate for the College. They will engage the College¿s stakeholders in a sense of cohesion and common purpose, possess the ability to advance excellence in the fields within the College, and build and grow mutually beneficial partnerships across the State of California. To achieve these goals, the Dean will need to address the following opportunities and challenges that are central to the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture¿s future success: - Develop a strategic plan and vision that honors the College¿s history while leading it boldly into the future; - Invest in students to ensure academic and professional success; - Recruit, retain, and develop diverse faculty and staff; - Increase external partnerships and fundraising; - Serve as a visible and vocal leader, spokesperson, and advocate for the College; and - Strengthen infrastructure to support the College¿s work. A list of the desired qualifications and characteristics of the Dean can be found at the conclusion of this document, which was prepared by the search committee with the assistance of Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to provide background information and detail the key opportunities and challenges related to the position. All confidential applications, inquiries, and nominations should be directed to the parties listed at the conclusion of this document. About California State University The California State University system spans the entire state of California and has an annual operating budget of more than $7 billion; it is not only the largest four-year university system, but it is also one of the most diverse and affordable university systems in the nation. With 23 campuses, 482,000 students, and 53,000 faculty and staff, CSU is a leader in high-quality, accessible, student-focused higher education. The CSU confers more than 100,000 baccalaureate degrees every year, roughly half of the bachelor¿s degrees awarded in the state of California. The CSU system prepares the majority of California¿s leaders and policymakers: approximately 64 percent of Californians with master¿s degrees in public administration studied at the CSU, as well as 35 percent of those with bachelor¿s degrees. In addition, 49 percent of Californians with bachelor¿s degrees in city, urban, community, and regional planning studied at the CSU. Ten percent of California¿s workforce graduated from a CSU campus and with a living alumni base of 3.8 million, nearly one-in-twenty Americans with a college degree earned it from a CSU campus. The CSU System has produced tens of thousands of graduates who have had an immeasurable impact in fields such as education, health care, agriculture, government, arts and entertainment, medicine, science and engineering, and non-profit leadership. To learn more about the California State University system, see www.calstate.edu. About Cal Poly Pomona Cal Poly Pomona was originally established in 1938 as an all-male division of the California State Polytechnic College in San Luis Obispo. It was located on 150-acres of land in San Dimas, on the site of the former Voorhis School for Boys. In 1949, breakfast cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg deeded 813 acres of land located three miles south of this campus to the state of California. In 1956, 508 students and 44 faculty and staff moved from San Dimas to the Kellogg campus. In a first for the all-male campus, 329 women joined the student body in 1961. The Pomona campus officially separated from the San Luis Obispo campus in 1966 and became the site of Cal Poly Pomona today. University status was granted in 1972. Today, Cal Poly Pomona employs 3,000 faculty and staff who support the education of over 26,000 students. The University is organized into eight academic colleges: Agriculture; Business Administration; Education and Integrative Studies; Engineering; Environmental Design; Letters, Arts and Social Sciences; Science; and The Collins College of Hospitality Management. Cal Poly Pomona is known for its applied hands-on approach to higher education. To that end, it recognizes that students who solve classroom problems today have an advantage in solving real-world problems tomorrow. Quality teaching remains the faculty¿s top priority, creating opportunities for students to use their knowledge in hands-on projects, collaboration in research, and participation in valuable internships and service-learning programs. As a result, Cal Poly Pomona¿s graduates are sought after as strong practitioners, integrative thinkers, and model leaders, and they are among the top 20 in the nation in terms of mid-career salaries. Cal Poly Pomona is committed to providing highly valued undergraduate and graduate educational opportunities through superior teaching, research, creative activity, and service to the people of California and the world. Historically, the University has used its assets wisely, including developing public-private partnerships of distinction. Innovation Village, the University¿s research park, is a prime example of the University¿s efforts in advancing education and research, while simultaneously generating new revenue opportunities. For additional information about the University, please visit https://www.cpp.edu/. Mission and Strategic Plan Cal Poly Pomona's mission is to cultivate success through a diverse culture of experiential learning, discovery, and innovation. It aspires to be the model for an inclusive polytechnic university that inspires creativity and innovation, embraces local and global challenges, and transforms lives. It is guided by the core values of Academic Excellence, Experiential Learning, Student Learning and Success, Inclusivity, Community Engagement, and Social and Environmental Responsibility. In 2017, Cal Poly Pomona developed a refreshed Strategic Plan that charts the University¿s course through 2021 while also identifying top academic and campus initiatives and the resources and facilities to achieve those objectives. The result is a set of strategic initiatives and goals Cal Poly Pomona aspires to have achieved by the year 2021: - Deliver quality programs that promote integrative learning, discovery, and creativity - Enhance student learning, development, and success - Prepare our students for the Future of Work and civic engagement - Strengthen our economic vitality and impact - Advance organizational development and employee excellence To learn more about Cal Poly Pomona¿s Mission, Vision, Values, and Strategic Plan, please visit https://www.cpp.edu/aboutcpp/calpolypomona-overview/mission-and-values.shtml. About the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture The Don. B. Huntley College of Agriculture is one of the four colleges of agriculture in the California State University System and the only one located in Southern California. It is the sole provider of comprehensive agricultural programs focusing on the needs of the $1 trillion Southern California economy and its 21 million people. The College aims to be a national leader in urban and sustainable agriculture. The College provides a unique integrative approach to agriculture-related undergraduate and graduate programs that recognizes the strong disciplinary interdependencies of professional orientation and culture, basic societal needs, lifestyles, and social and environmental responsibility. It is well positioned to meet the expanding demand for qualified graduates in highly specialized fields within the agricultural, food, apparel, and animal industries. The College is home to 106 faculty members (28 tenure/tenure track; 78 adjuncts) and 2,143 students (2,072 undergraduates; 71 post-baccalaureate). In 2016, Don B. Huntley pledged his pistachio farm to the College of Agriculture as an estate gift. In response, the California State University Board of Trustees approved a new name for the college: the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture. It is only the second named college at Cal Poly Pomona, following the Collins College of Hospitality Management, and the only one named for an alumnus. It is the second college in the 23-campus CSU system to be named, following the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology at Fresno State. Role of the Dean The Dean leads a college team consisting of an associate dean, five department chairs, as well as staff, tenure track and temporary faculty. The Dean oversees an annual budget of approximately $7 million including grant income. This includes management/oversight of five academic departments (Agribusiness & Food Industry Management/Agricultural Science; Animal & Veterinary Sciences; Apparel Merchandising & Management; Nutrition & Food Science; and Plant Science), the College Farm (livestock units, campus field laboratories, Pine Tree Ranch and Chino Farm), the W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center, AGRIscapes and Norco Ranch. The Dean must maintain and maximize the quality of academic programs within the budget and available resources. The Dean¿s Office serves as the college-level arena in which interested parties (e.g., tenure track and temporary faculty, students, their parents and other family members, department chairs and their staff, departments as an entity, labor representatives, community partners, dean¿s office staff, administrators, etc.) regularly interact with one another. The Dean is responsible for brokering communication and understanding within this complex group and for providing strategic direction. This can be challenging because members have diverse and often competing interests with agendas that must be taken into account when making decisions. The Dean is the designated HEERA manager of the College and must be fair, transparent, and supportive of all. Finally, many of the actions performed by the Dean¿s office (e.g. faculty searches, steps in the reappointment, tenure, and promotion (RTP) process, retention or range elevation of lecturers, student disqualification decisions, Letters of Reprimand, etc.) have legal, ethical, and sometimes life-changing repercussions and must be rendered honestly, fairly, and without prejudice. Program Quality and Accreditation The Dean is responsible for: directing and guiding college strategic planning; ensuring program quality, and student learning outcomes; supporting accreditation in those departments that have accredited programs (Animal & Veterinary Sciences, Nutrition & Food Science) and faculty-led assessment efforts; ensuring appropriate training and professional development opportunities for faculty and staff to develop and enhance their academic and professional qualifications; and promoting professionalism and ensuring inclusive shared governance. Student Success The Dean is responsible for the academic success and timely graduation of students through: - Strategic enrollment planning and growth; - College-based advising; - The creation and utilization of a college-based student success team; and - Course scheduling ¿ The Dean ensures that major/core courses offered are aligned with student demand; and - Robust summer course offerings based on student demand. The Dean guides the college in the innovative utilization of classrooms to create an environment that ensures successful student learning outcomes. The Dean collaboratively works with appropriate stakeholders on campus to implement the campus and college strategic enrollment plans for undergraduate and graduate programs and credentialed programs. Fundraising and Resource Enhancement The Dean actively collaborates with Advancement to raise private funds and establish mutually beneficial relationships with donors, alumni, supporters, and community partners to advance college and department initiatives, goals, and priorities. The Dean is also responsible for creating an environment that fosters the increase of externally funded research and contracts, as well as international and non-state supported instructional programs through extended learning. Working closely with the College Development Director and Dean's Council, the Dean will strategically position the College in comprehensive development and fundraising campaigns. Additionally, they will identify development projects with input from the Development Director and Department Chairs. The Dean is also responsible for overseeing and managing college self-support programs by working closely with the College of Extended University and the Cal Poly Foundation. Outreach and Strategic Communication In consultation with Strategic Communications, the Dean is responsible for creating and executing an internal and external strategic communication plan. They will develop collaborative relationships with school districts, community partners and businesses in our service area. The Dean promotes and supports activities that engage alumni, donors, and other supporters, and represents the college at public events. Additionally, the Dean participates on regional, University, and CSU-wide level committees and supports University initiatives and activities. Personnel The Dean is responsible for recruiting highly qualified and diverse faculty, staff, and students to the College; reviewing, evaluating, and recommending faculty and staff for retention and promotion; recommending faculty for sabbatical leaves and tenure; and supporting and ensuring the professional development of faculty, staff and employees. The Dean will provide leadership and guidance to associate dean and department chairs with regard to curriculum development and revision of programs, as well as the development of scholarly activity and research programs. The Dean will review proposals and provide college resources as available. Finances The Dean develops a multi-year budget and allocation plan for the College. Additionally, they oversee and manage budgets; provide direction to the Budget Analyst; review contracts, leave requests, assigned time requests, and stipend requests. Key Opportunities and Challenges for the Dean The overarching charge of the Dean of the Don B. Huntley College of Agriculture will be to build on the success of the College and build and increase its impact. The Dean will develop an understanding and appreciation for the College¿s varied departments and will be attentive and responsive to stakeholder needs. To achieve these goals, the Dean will address the following opportunities and challenges: Develop a strategic plan and vision that honors the College¿s history while leading it boldly into the future The new Dean has the distinct opportunity to lead the only college of agriculture in Southern California and the first college established at Cal Poly Pomona. The College¿s rich history, its geographic location, and the impact that faculty, staff, and students have made locally and across the state have established a solid foundation to build on. The Dean will be responsible for honoring this legacy, extending and enhancing the college¿s impact, ensuring the sustainability of its programs and services, and developing a forward-looking and innovative vision to lead the College into its next era of excellence. It is imperative the new Dean gain a firm understanding of the College¿s range of departments; the diverse needs, opportunities, and challenges facing each department; and the unique role the College can play as an urban college of agriculture, while also balancing the needs of external stakeholders, senior university leadership, faculty, staff, and students. Invest in students to ensure academic and professional success The Dean¿s principal responsibilities will be to promote Cal Poly¿s mission of ¿Learn by Doing¿ through excellent, hands-on educational opportunities in a comprehensive polytechnic setting, generating career-ready graduates. The next Dean will build on the College¿s commitment to attracting and retaining high quality students from diverse backgrounds. To successfully achieve this goal, the Dean must understand and be sensitive to the different potential obstacles to recruiting and retaining students and utilize that understanding to create strategies and tools for the College to use to attract a strong, vibrant, and diverse student population. Further, the Dean will ensure a supportive infrastructure is in place to keep students engaged, help them reach their individual academic and professional goals, see them through to graduation, and assist them in job placement. Once students are enrolled, the Dean¿in partnership with faculty and staff¿will work tirelessly to provide them with a world-class, hands-on learning experience. This includes identifying and securing funding for students, frequent and transparent communications, robust and relevant curricula, and opportunities for research and industry engagement. Recruit, retain, and develop diverse faculty and staff The College will only be successful if it can continue to recruit and retain talented faculty and staff. By fostering a sense of community and shared purpose within the College, the Dean will greatly assist in these efforts, but the Dean will also need to engage faculty and staff in meaningful conversations around how to creatively and strategically address their needs in a resource limited environment. The Dean will evaluate the infrastructure of the College on an ongoing basis and adapt it as necessary in support of faculty and staff while fulfilling the College¿s strategic ambitions. The Dean will work with College and University leadership to strike the appropriate balance of teaching and scholarship for all faculty, as well as to ensure the right student-to-faculty ratio for the College is achieved. Increase external partnerships and fundraising As a representative of the College, the Dean will be a leading voice locally and across the state. The Dean is supported by the Dean¿s Advisory Council to connect the College with external partners and to gather feedback on industry needs. An ambassador for the value and the success of the College, the Dean will grow external relations with industry, nonprofits, and other institutions and create public-private partnerships. This will begin with¿but develop beyond¿increased partnerships with varied industries in Los Angeles County, gaining visibility and prominence for the College in Southern California and beyond. The Dean will also formulate a long-term fundraising vision and be able to communicate this vision to all constituencies. Currently, the College¿s donor base is comprised primarily of individuals affiliated with the traditional agriculture disciplines. The Dean will work with University Advancement to diversity the funding base and engage with alumni and donors across all of the College¿s disciplinary areas. The Dean will also identify opportunities to collaborate with other colleges and units on the Cal Poly campus and other educational and community organizations in the area. Serve as a visible and vocal leader, spokesperson, and advocate for the College As the public face and representative of the College, the Dean will be a powerful advocate for its successes and its needs. The Dean will broadcast accomplishments across all departments, championing excellent teaching, research, and community engagement in established fields while advancing and promoting interdisciplinary initiatives. In doing so, the Dean will reinforce the importance of the University and community¿s ongoing commitment to the College and to enabling students to thrive in their academic and professional journeys and faculty to thrive as world-class teacher-scholars. Nationally, agriculture programs are at risk due to high education delivery costs, but their impact on the community is invaluable. Much of the College¿s work directly impacts the community and enables the University¿s commitment to strengthening the world it inhabits. The Dean will articulate the value proposition of the College and promote its reputation, impact, and potential, not just across the University, but also across the state. A successful candidate must be able to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences and will have a proven track record in establishing relationships with community leaders, higher education organizations, nonprofits, funding agencies, foundations, private sector entities, and professional societies. Strengthen infrastructure to support the College¿s work The Dean will work to ensure that the College has the infrastructure¿people, processes, and space¿to deliver on its mission. The issue of space is a significant challenge for the College: its physical home needs significant maintenance, additional space for faculty and staff, and classroom renovations. Additionally, the Dean must work to increase availability and accessibility of existing space for individuals and groups to work, organize, network, and build community. The Dean will need to work toi identify and obtain campus and external resources to support renovations and to ensure space updates align with the School¿s strategic plan, vision, and goals. Qualifications and Characteristics Required Experience, Skills, and Abilities - Earned terminal degree from an accredited institution in a discipline offered by the college or other relevant field. - An academic record in teaching, research, scholarship and/or creative activities that would merit appointment at tenured full professor level in one of the college¿s departments. - Progressive and/or administrative experience at, or comparable to, a department chair level or higher (e.g. director, program director, or associate dean etc.). - Demonstrated success in developing educational programs and support services that foster success and inclusive excellence. - Experience in strategic planning. - Experience leading faculty, staff and students. - Experience in external fund raising. - Knowledge of budgeting in a complex fiscal environment. Desirable/Preferred Qualifications - Experience serving as an evaluator in retention, tenure, and promotion within a university (RTP). - An understanding and appreciation of the changing landscape of agriculture both in practice and education ¿ specifically the emerging role of small and urban agriculture. - Ability to work collaboratively with the senior leadership of the university and with constituencies from other colleges and content fields in the university. - Ability to promote and effective learning-centered approach that reinforces and extends programs and interdisciplinary and multicultural initiatives based in the college at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. - Demonstrated commitment to and/or experience in fostering a climate of multicultural inclusion. - Demonstrated success in implementing programs to increase graduation rates and close achievement gaps. - Demonstrated commitment to shared governance in a university setting. - Collaborative style of leadership. - Ability to foster environment conducive to educational excellence, collegiality, innovation and open discussion. - Experience in a collective bargaining environment in higher education. - Knowledge and experience of state and national accreditation process and requirements. - Ability to promote the role of public higher education in serving the educational and workforce needs of California¿s diverse population. - Demonstrated success in attracting/managing extramural funding to enhance educational and research programs. - Commitment to extending agricultural applied sciences and technologies to outreach activities and programming. - Understanding of the College¿s unique location within a non-land grant public, comprehensive university in an urban setting. - An articulated vision for leveraging the State of California Agricultural Research Institute. Strong negotiating skills. - Strong oral and written skills. Applications, Inquiries, and Nominations Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and will conclude on July 15, 2020. For best consideration, please submit an administrative CV and cover letter electronically by July 6, 2020. For more details and to submit inquiries, nominations, referrals, and applications, please see the Isaacson, Miller website for the search: www.imsearch.com/7447. Electronic submission of materials is required. Cati Mitchell-Crossley and Brett Barbour Isaacson, Miller 1000 Sansome Street, Suite 300 San Francisco, CA 94111 Phone: 415.655.4900 The University is committed to cultural diversity and it is expected that the successful candidate will further this commitment. The University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. BACKGROUND CHECK A background check must satisfactorily be completed before a candidate can be offered this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for this position. The background check consists of the following: Employment verification, education verification, reference checks, and checks of the following systems and databases: National Social Security Number/Address Locator, Felony/Misdemeanor, National Criminal Database, Federal Criminal, Department of Motor Vehicles, and National Sex Offender Registry. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Description: Type of Appointment: Full-time, Probationary Salary Range: $4,682 - $7,235 per month Recruitment Closing Date: Open Until Filled REQUIRED (All candidates must submit the following) An on-line application A letter of interest which explains in detail and, where possible, provides examples of how the candidate meets the qualifications specified in this announcement A current résumé or curriculum vitae Three references who can provide assessments of the applicant¿s professional experience, accomplishments and prospect for success in this position. THE DEPARTMENT: The University Police Department is a comprehensive, 24/7 law enforcement agency providing public safety services to the campus community. The Police Department is charged with protection of life and property; upholding the law fairly; safeguarding individual rights; and, recognizing the importance of cultural and ethnic diversity. The department is responsible for response to emergencies, crime reports and investigations on campus (except homicides and missing persons per the Kristin Smart Act). In addition, the department offers a wide range of programs and services designed to enhance the safety and security of the community and support the mission of the university. These responsibilities are carried out through a set of core values that reflect commitment to the highest standards of excellence and incorporate the community oriented policing philosophy. THE DIVISION: The Division of Administrative Affairs mission is to provide quality fiscal, human and facility services in support of the university community through partnerships and innovative solutions, our goal is to be recognized by the campus community as a valued resource and strategic partner. We strive for excellence in providing reliable, accurate, secure, accessible, and innovative services while being honest, fair, transparent and responsive. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Police Officer enforces local, county, and state laws; investigates criminal and non-criminal occurrences, makes arrests, interviews witnesses, transports prisoners, and testifies in court proceedings as required. The incumbent patrols the campus and other property owned or operated by the University using a mixture of vehicular, foot and stationary assignments; investigates traffic collisions; enforces traffic laws; provides safety escorts; responds to radio calls accordingly; and responds to emergencies as needed. The incumbent builds rapport between civilian employees, volunteer employees, students, staff, faculty, and guests by promoting public trust through ethical behavior and adherence to a set of core values as set forth by the Division of Administrative Affairs; seeks opportunities to foster partnerships and build diverse teams within the university communities; and supports the principles of community oriented policing. The incumbent writes reports to accurately describe events as they occur or as they are described to the employee, includes drafting collision sketches and crime scene diagrams as needed; and may be required to generate reports on a computer; participates in public speaking as requested by superior officer e. g. address housing residents, conduct public tours, and safety talks; communicate with a multi-ethnic and diverse community. The incumbent participates in training which includes classroom instruction, and on-the-job training; must meet all training requirements established by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) and department policy; may be required to act as the Officer-in-Charge in the absence of the Sergeant or Corporal; expects to take supervisory charge of civilian employees during times of emergencies; and performs other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: The candidate must be a United States high school graduate, pass the General Education Development (GED) Test indicating high school graduation level, pass the California Proficiency Examination, or have attained a two-year or four-year degree from an accredited college or university (Government Section 1031(e)); ; must satisfy citizenship requirements as detailed in Government Code Section 1031 (a) and 1031.5; CALIFORNIA BASIC P.O.S.T. CERTIFICATE REQUIRED OR P.O.S.T. ACADEMY GRADUATE; no felony convictions; must possess good communication skills; experience working with a diverse population and possess a Valid CA Driver¿s License with required insurance. All applicants are required to complete and submit an application. If you pass the initial application review, and possess the most pertinent qualifications, candidates may be required to complete a combination of the following components of the selection process. The Selection Process is as follows: 1) POST Entry Level Selection Written Examination 2) Technical Project/Assessment 3) Oral Presentation 4) POST Physical Agility Testing (may be waived) 5) Oral Interviews 6) Background Investigation 7) Medical/Drug and Psychological Examinations The candidates must have the experience to be physically, mentally and emotionally equipped to carry out all duties of the position; working knowledge of current federal and state laws, law enforcement methods and procedures, criminal codes and laws, and investigating techniques and procedures; effective interpersonal skills to resolve a wide variety of sensitive situations; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with campus faculty, staff, students, as well as community agencies and the public; effective oral and written communication skills, including writing clear and comprehensive reports of observations and actions taken; and the ability to identify and evaluate sensitive and/or dangerous situations and take appropriate action, quickly and calmly. The candidate must have demonstrated ability to think and act effectively in emergency and sensitive solutions; demonstrate proficiency in the use of firearms and participate in defensive tactics and physical fitness; a minimum acceptable firearms score must be maintained on a quarterly basis, as a condition of employment; ability to meet the physical and mental demands of the job working in a fast paced and stressful environment; and must have good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation (Government Code Section 1031(d)). BENEFITS: Benefits include extensive health, dental and vision care as well as Tuition Fee Waiver Program at CSU campuses. Public Safety employees are eligible for an attractive benefits package which includes employer-paid retirement benefits with PERS (Public Employee Retirement System); PERS 2.5% at 57, 2.5% at 55 for persons who became a member of CalPERS from 7/1/2011 through 12/31/2012, 3% at 50 for persons who became a member of CalPERS on or before 6/30/2011. Incumbent may be qualified for special assignment pay and P.O.S.T. Certificate Pay. BACKGROUND CHECK: A background check must satisfactorily be completed before a candidate can be offered this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for this position. As outlined in POST Selection Requirements every peace officer candidate shall be the subject of a thorough background investigation to very good moral character and the absence of past behavior indicative of unsuitability to perform the duties of a peace officer. The background investigation will consider conduct related to: Integrity, Impulse Control/Attention to Safety, Substance Abuse and Other Risk-Taking Behavior, Stress Tolerance, Confronting and Overcoming Problems, Obstacles, and Adversity, Conscientiousness, Interpersonal Skills, Decision-Making and Judgment, Learning Ability, and Communication Skills. The background check will include: Credit Check, Employment verification, education verification, reference checks, and checks of the following systems and databases: National Social Security Number/Address Locator, Felony/Misdemeanor, National Criminal Database, Federal Criminal, Department of Motor Vehicles, and National Sex Offender Registry. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Cal Poly Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, California Education Code section 67380, and the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at: https://www.cpp.edu/campus-safety-plan.shtml Cal Poly Pomona is a smoke and tobacco-free campus. Please refer to the link for policy information. http://www.calstate.edu/EO/EO-1108.html CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Description: DEPARTMENT: Enrollment Management & Services advances the educational mission of the University by providing leadership for the University's enrollment planning and management efforts. The department is responsible for providing comprehensive services and programs that promote the recruitment, matriculation, financial support, and academic success of students. Specific responsibilities include enrollment management and providing associated services to a variety of stakeholders utilizing the PeopleSoft enterprise system, supplemental software applications, and comprehensive reporting systems which support the enrollment planning process with critical data for student, academic, and financial planning. PURPOSE OF POSITION: The Office of Admissions is responsible for engaging the campus in recommendations for measured enrollment growth and the development, implementation and reporting of strategies and practices to meet the University's enrollment goals and compliance with the CSU Chancellor's Office directives. It maintains a close partnership with the colleges and academic departments to achieve annual enrollment targets for incoming students. The Office of Admissions is responsible for all admission practices, guidelines, and processes for all undergraduate, credential, and graduate students. It is charged with meeting the enrollment goals of the University by promoting the image of the University, its programs and uniqueness; admitting students with the potential for academic success; developing relationships with the campus and external constituents; and providing timely, accurate and comprehensive services to students and the campus throughout the admission process. The Office of Admissions is responsible for application processing, eligibility determination, transfer credit evaluation, communication and reporting in compliance with federal, state, CSU system and University requirements. Additionally, it is responsible for the timely and accurate dissemination of information to students, parents, campus constituents, the CSU Chancellor's Office, and the external community. The Office of Admissions reports directly to the Senior Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management and Services within the division of Academic Affairs. The Director provides leadership, strategic direction, and management to the Office of Admissions and oversees the University Test Center services and operations. The Director is responsible for the development, implementation, and effective delivery of comprehensive admissions operations and services for prospective undergraduate, credential, and graduate students. The Director serves as the University's authority on admissions and testing policies and processes including the development of service-oriented policies and procedures that support the University's academic mission and comply with Title 5 of the Calif. Admin. Code, CSU, and university policies and procedures. The Director provides functional solutions to address campus and CSU requirements and goals related to enrollment, impaction, evaluations, and redirection of applications. The Director manages a budget of approximately $2 million and is responsible for the effective utilization of fiscal and staff resources. The Director oversees 30 professional and administrative staff members and 20-30 students and is the administrator in all matters related to staff supervision, development, and evaluation. The Director provides management oversight for timely and accurate processing of admissions applications, transfer credit review, testing, and the delivery of admissions and testing services and programs that are responsive to the needs of students and the campus. The Director communicates and collaborates with campus constituents and leadership on admission-related and testing-related issues and is responsible for the development and distribution of admission, enrollment and testing reports to the campus community that support planning and assessment. The Director participates with other campus constituents, including the colleges and academic departments, in developing, implementing, and monitoring an effective enrollment management plan to support the University's enrollment goals and to facilitate access and success for a culturally diverse student population, including first-generation and historically underserved populations. The Director serves as an ambassador for the University, along with being responsible for building and maintaining a positive University image and relationship with the external community instilling the CPP values of inclusion and diversity. Through the Office of Admissions, the Director provides recommendations for the implementation of related technology applications, system modifications, reports and queries in support of enhanced services and processes. The Director serves on the CSU Baseline Admission Module Admissions Team. The Director will assist in the development and implementation of data systems and analytical tools to support the following: strategic enrollment management, enhanced recruitment and retention strategies, yield management, and forecasting for future enrollment. Under general supervision of the Senior AVP of Enrollment Management and Services, the Director will provide high-level technical expertise in system modifications to support the Admissions processes, communications, and internal data analysis, from creation to implementation to maintenance. RESPONSIBILITIES: Management and Administration of Admissions Operations • Direct and oversee the development, implementation and delivery of comprehensive admission and testing services and programs for prospective undergraduate, credential, and graduate students. • Establish service-oriented policies and procedures in support of the University's academic mission; oversee compliance with Title 5 of the California Administrative Code, CSU and campus policies and procedures. • Provide management direction and oversight for timely and accurate processing of admission applications, transfer credit review and the delivery of admissions and testing services and programs that are responsive to the needs of students and the campus. • Provide management direction and oversight of admissions operations and on¬going quality improvement initiatives including the advancement of technology in the delivery of service to students. • Oversee the collection and analysis of admission and testing data to assess the accomplishment of immediate and long-range objectives. • Communicate on a timely and consistent basis with campus constituents, including academic colleges and departments and keep the campus informed of admission trends, policies issues and operations. • Serve on the Enrollment Services Leadership Team to achieve an integrated, student-oriented experience for entering students across departments (e.g., Housing, Financial Aid, Outreach, Orientation Services, Student Accounting, Testing). • Serve as ambassador for the University with faculty, administrators, community groups and local businesses. • Build and maintain a positive University image in coordination with other university and CSU Enrollment Services managers. • Serve as a University's representative in admission and enrollment planning issues to the CSU Chancellor's Office and statewide CSU network of admissions enrollment Directors (DAR); participate in professional association activities. Enrollment • Serve as Co-Chair of the University Enrollment Planning Group to achieve measured enrollment growth and recommend and implement campus targets, strategies and yield activities that support the University enrollment goals and the academic master plan. • Collaborate with other campus constituents in collecting and evaluating enrollment data to support the establishment and attainment of measurable enrollment goals that are in line with the University's academic mission and campus capacity. Monitor and report progress on enrollment goals on a consistent basis. • Participate with the academic colleges and other campus constituents in developing and implementing effective admission and enrollment strategies. • Serve on the Enrollment Cluster Senior Management Team to plan and coordinate student-oriented, integrated enrollment services and communication for students and the campus. Functional and Data Technology and Analytics • Incorporate technology, data and analytics to manage the University's enrollment numbers comprehensively and successfully for incoming students. • Provide leadership and develop appropriate recommendations for the implementation of related technology applications, system modifications, reports and queries in support of enhanced services and processes offered through the Office of Admissions. • Assist with development of data systems and analytical tools to support strategic enrollment management, enhance recruitment and retention strategies, yield management, and forecasting for future enrollment. • Provide comprehensive statistical and data-informed analyses necessary to make sound policy decisions. University Test Center • Oversee the campus' comprehensive Test Center to include all CSU and campus-based tests, ALEKS, MDTP, GWT. • Responsible for the short- and long-term planning of the Test Center utilizing technology to facilitate services and operations. • Direct and oversee the development and implementation of the Test Center budget. Personnel Management • Hire, train, supervise, motivate, evaluate, and develop staff. Responsible for adherence to union contracts and University policy. • Review organizational chart and position descriptions on an ongoing basis to maximize the utilization of staff to meet current and projected operational needs, to employ staff with the skills and interests that best match positions, and to provide staff opportunities for advancement. • Develop the managerial and leadership skills of lead staff. Fiscal Management and Accountability • Develop and administer all administrative budgets within the Office of Admissions. Provide for fiscal accountability and effective fund management to ensure the effective utilization of funds for priority operations. • Prepare and present operating and summary reports, assessment and audit reports for the CSU Chancellor's Office, annual audits, and program reviews. • Seek and obtain external sources of funding for programmatic and operational needs. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Knowledge of current recruitment and enrollment strategies, including data analysis, market research and the use of technology. • Service orientation and knowledge of admission policy issues. • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite. • Proficiency with PeopleSoft. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor's degree in a related field. • 3-5 years in Enrollment Management. • Experience with data analysis. • 6-10 years of progressively responsible experience in planning and administration of admissions and/or recruitment policies a1nd operations. • At least 2 years of experience in management and/or leading a team. • Collaborative management style. • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills. • Understanding of and commitment to diversity. • Understanding of the mission of a CSU campus. PREFERRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: • Advanced degree in a related field. • Experience in a large diverse public university system. • Knowledge of the CSU system. • Ability to work successfully in a virtual environment. SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: • Successful background check. • Ability to work occasional weekends. • Mandatory trainings as required by the California State University. • Mandated reporter in compliance with the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package which includes a vacation accrual rate of 16 hours per month, an excellent choice of medical, dental, and vision insurance, long term disability coverage, life insurance and retirement benefits. APPLICATIONS, INQUIRIES, AND NOMINATIONS: Please submit (1) a completed university application, (2) a letter of interest that explains in detail, and where possible, provides examples of how the candidate meets the qualifications specified in this announcement; (3) a current resume or curriculum vitae; and (4) the names, titles, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of five references who can provide current assessments of the candidate's professional experience, accomplishments and prospect for success in this position (please include a brief note describing the relationship of the references to the applicant). For best consideration, please submit the above requirements by August 21, 2020. Completed applications will begin review on the week of August 31, 2020. For additional information about Cal Poly Pomona, please visit our website at http://www.cpp.edu/. For more details and information such as inquiries, nominations, referrals, and applications, please direct it to Diane Gonzalez at dianeg@cpp.edu or 909-869-4051. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: The university seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the university, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives, and ways of knowing. Cal Poly Pomona subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. The university hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. As required by the Clery Disclosure Act, the university's annual security report is available at http://dsa.cpp.edu/police/securityreport.asp. The University is com committed to cultural diversity and it is expected that the successful candidate will further this commitment. The University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Description: Type of Appointment: Full-Time, Temporary Collective Bargaining Unit: California State University Employees Union (CSUEU) - Unit 9 Classification Salary Range: $4,693 - $8,489 per month Anticipated Hiring Range: $4,693 - $5,958 per month Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Summer Work Schedule: Monday - Thursday, 7:00 am. - 6:00 p.m. Recruitment Closing Date: April 6, 2020 THE DEPARTMENT The Office of Admissions & Enrollment Planning is an organizational unit of the Division of Academic Affairs, which strives for excellence through a student-centered philosophy. The division has adopted a set of values that every Academic Affairs staff member is responsible for promoting. The Office of Admissions & Enrollment Planning is responsible for all recruitment activities for international and out-of-state prospective undergraduate and graduate students as well as the admission activities for all undergraduate and graduate students. The Office is meeting the non-resident goals of the University by promoting the image of the University, its programs and uniqueness both domestically and internationally. The Office is also charged with assisting with the setting and meeting of the enrollment goals of the University via strategically reviewing trends, needs and capacity issues; planning with Deans and senior management; developing relationships with the campus and external communities; providing timely, accurate and comprehensive services to students and the campus throughout the recruitment, admission and enrollment processes. The Office is responsible for compliance with federal, state, CSU system and University requirements and the timely and accurate dissemination of information to students, parents, campus constituents, the CSU Chancellor's Office, and the external community. Application processing, eligibility determination, counseling, reporting and enrollment planning are primary functions of this office. The Office plays an integral role in the development, implementation and maintenance of the photo ID system, as it relates to the campus' identity management initiatives via its coordination of data relative to all campus members and its affiliates. Additionally, the Office is responsible for the administration, facilitation, scoring and reporting of a number of system wide and campus wide testing programs. The Office of Admissions & Enrollment Planning is housed within the Division of Academic Affairs and reports to the Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management & Services. The Office plays a leadership role in enrollment management and planning, in conjunction with other campus constituents. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Under the general direction of the Associate Director of Admissions & Enrollment Planning, the incumbent is responsible for establishing the work plan for Admissions processing unit operations by scheduling work for Admissions Analysts (transfer, freshman and post-baccalaureate applications) as well as prioritizing specific projects and assigning specific jobs to individuals; the incumbent assists the Associate Director of Admissions & Enrollment Planning with the overall operational oversight of the office and assists with the planning, allocation and monitoring of staff and operational resources and makes suggestions regarding approaches to program operations and priorities; the incumbent works with the AA/S E II to formulate worklist; they will also work together to create reports to be used for data cleanup; they will have an understanding of the check listing process and the ability to run various processes per the startup plan; supports the accurate and timely production of Chancellor Office admission and record reporting files (ERSA, ERSS, etc.) from the student system. The incumbent is responsible for assisting the Associate Director of Admissions & Enrollment Planning with developing business process guides and training admissions staff on best practices in order to make more efficient all aspects of application processing. Responsibilities also include monitoring and setting controls for accuracy and maintaining a high level of data integrity; In conjunction with the other AA/S E II, develops a deep in-depth understanding of Cal State Apply, WebAdmit, and the various tables in PeopleSoft that are utilized by admissions, assists with the development of new modules, writing specifications, running jobs and queries, and testing, and post applications received from online Cal State Apply Admission Application and the Early Start Program; Supports and troubleshoots the implementation of EO1110 to include, yet not limited to writing and running various queries to ensure the timely compliance; responsible for maintaining and updating business process guides and providing regular training in this area; assists with managing and redirecting CSU eligible but denied eligible students to other campuses including ADT students. Maintains the ADT Cluster Setup and ADT Mapping table; and serves on the team that will review, research and resolve complex admissions data problems, student account issues pertaining to, but not limited to coordination of the appeals, duplicate IDs and suspended applications and test scores. Works with the Associate Director of Admissions to automate processes and internal and external reporting. Under the general direction of the Associate Director of Admissions & Enrollment Planning, the incumbent is responsible for providing guidance and oversight for the day-to-day operation of the undergraduate and graduate admissions function in support of the University's enrollment goals. Additionally, under the general direction, the incumbent is responsible for leading, developing, coordinating, documenting and implementing comprehensive business process reviews which are complex in nature for the Admissions unit that have significant impact for internal and external constituencies. The incumbent will be responsible for providing input to performance reviews for the Associate Director's signature and assessing and evaluating the impacts of business process changes/modifications and/or implemented policies from strategic and operational perspectives; The incumbent defines the duties and responsibilities of staff; assesses performance and provides feedback; designs and coordinates training and staff development; recommends promotion and leaves of absence; oversees the selection and recommends appointment of personnel for staffing; The incumbent is responsible for documenting, developing, coordinating, implementing and monitoring work flow, as well as identifying "roadblocks and/or bottlenecks" in any part of the process to facilitate the timely processing of applications; This position serves as a point of contact for admissions applications processing for internal and external constituencies. The incumbent is able to post transfer credit work in PeopleSoft and make adjustments when necessary. Assists with evaluating transfer credit and determining equivalency and transferability based on national guidelines, formal articulation agreements, Title V and university policies; and assists with determining California residency when needed, Requests additional documentation to make residency determination, as necessary. Notifies students within stated timeline, if non-resident; and determines if additional documentation is required to make a decision. The incumbent will coordinate and implement a campus wide enrollment communication plan from application through enrollment; implements the Office of Admissions & Enrollment Planning communication calendars to ensure that the office meets systemwide and campus deadlines for production of systemwide publications and Cal Poly Catalogue; responsible for coordinating and obtaining all necessary copy reviews and approvals via Systemwide contacts, academic units, campus editors, and relevant campus personnel; oversees and ensures the timely and accurate content on Admissions & Enrollment Planning websites; responsible for researching and development of new electronic medias and mediums targeted towards applicants, admits, and enrolling students. The incumbent will meet with students and families to discuss the admissions and enrollment process. Identifies nature of visit/inquiry (in person, over telephone, via email or on social media), provides answers and/or escalates to the right party if necessary; able to solve visitor inquiries such as interpretation of student portal checklists, service indicators, admissions statuses, enrollment appointments, etc.; maintains a broad understanding of the admission, matriculation, mandatory orientation, Early Start, campus housing, and various enrollment policies; and aware of trends, issues, challenges relating to visitors/calls/inquiries and makes recommendations for solutions, communication improvements and alternatives. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree AND/OR the equivalent training and administrative work experience involving study, analysis, and/or evaluation leading to the development or improvement of administrative policies, procedures, practices, or programs, PLUS four (4) years of related experience. Thorough knowledge of and ability to apply extensive expertise to complex programs and/or administrative specialties, including pertinent laws and regulations; demonstrated expertise in and advanced knowledge of the principles, problems, and methods of public and business administration and operational and fiscal management; expertise in administrative survey techniques, operations and systems analysis, statistical and research methods, and the ability to interpret and evaluate results to develop sound conclusions and recommend new or revised policies. Ability to understand problems from a broad, interactive perspective and discern applicable underlying principles to conceive of and develop strategic solutions; ability to work with representatives from public and private entities and handle potentially sensitive situations; demonstrated consultative skills in working with internal and external constituent groups; ability to effectively present ideas and concepts in written or presentation format and use consultative and facilitation skills to gain consensus; ability to train others on new skills and procedures and provide lead work direction PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Minimum of two (2) years in admission planning and administration and business process development and implementation. BACKGROUND CHECK A background check must satisfactorily be completed before a candidate can be offered this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for this position. The background check consists of the following: Employment verification, education verification, reference checks, and checks of the following systems and databases: National Social Security Number/Address Locator, Felony/Misdemeanor, National Criminal Database, Federal Criminal, Department of Motor Vehicles, and National Sex Offender Registry. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Cal Poly Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, California Education Code section 67380, and the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at: https://www.cpp.edu/campus-safety-plan.shtml Cal Poly Pomona is a smoke and tobacco-free campus. Please refer to the link below for policy information. http://www.calstate.edu/EO/EO-1108.html CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Description: Type of Appointment: Full-Time, Probationary Collective Bargaining Unit: Union of American Physicians and Dentists (UAPD) - Unit 1 Classification Salary Range: $12,515 - $21,255 per month Anticipated hiring range: $12,515 - $15,428 per month Work Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The recruitment is open until filled. First Review Date: August 31, 2020 THE DEPARTMENT: Student Health & Wellness Services (SHWS) is one component of the Student Health and Well being Cluster within the Division of Student Affairs. This cluster stresses the University's commitment to preventative and holistic approaches to wellbeing in support of students and the institution's mission and strategic plan. In addition to Student Health & Wellness Services, this cluster includes Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and the Disability Resource Center. The mission of Student Health and Wellness Services is to promote students' healthy lifestyles and academic success by providing quality medical, psychological, and wellness services. The department provides ambulatory health care, health education programs, prevention and healing services to students of Cal Poly Pomona. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Lead Physician will, in specialized or primary care areas of clinical expertise, primarily examine, diagnose, and treat patients, including those referred by Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants; diagnose patients illnesses and prescribe and administer medical treatment; counsel students on related medical/personal problems and health measures and refers, when appropriate, to other health care professionals for diagnosis and treatment; exhibit concern for both quality and cost of care; deliver quality patient-centered care with compassion; emphasize patient education when possible including prevention and self-care; refer patients to Health Promotion for additional educational activities; treat and follow up on treatment to ensure appropriate resolution of illness or injury; consult with private physicians and public agencies in securing treatment for students requiring services beyond those available on the campus; maintain medical records with honesty and integrity; provide service in both private office and acute care setting; provide services during noon and evening hours of operation; become skilled in time management and exhibit flexibility to maximize patient service; maintain broad privilege list in the credentialing process and exhibits a willingness to see a wide range of medical conditions; coordinate with campus Counseling Services and staff Psychiatrist for those patients presenting with mental health problems; advise professional staff on developing health education and preventive medical care programs; participate in specialty clinics and staff conferences; and as assigned and privileged, may perform minor surgery which does not require general anesthesia. The incumbent will serve as a member of the Administrative Leadership Team; provide administrative leadership and complete administrative tasks for the clinical staff; participate in the credentialing and privileging process for all clinicians; facilitate and monitor professional peer review process; ensure that it meets AAAHC standards; provide the Health Records Technician the list of topics to be reviewed in the ensuing year; serve as a consultant to the Director for performance evaluations of the clinical and ancillary staff; direct, guide, and determine schedule for an ongoing internal education process for clinicians, nurses and other health center staff; serve as the Director of Laboratory and Radiology Supervisor unless delegated to another clinical staff member; provide consultation regarding Pharmacy services; advise the Director on clinical matters, policies affecting patient care and current practices; represent the clinical staff in the development of written policies and procedures; maintain liaison between the physicians, staff and the Director; serve special clinical functions or as a special consultant to SHS or university staff as needed; consult with SHS physician staff on difficult clinical problems; reviews Incident Reports after evaluation by the Director if deemed necessary and is Chair of the Risk Management Committee; serve on special committees as assigned; write policies and procedures as needed, especially on clinical matters; review group physicals such as athletic physicals and international physicals and makes appropriate dispositions; lead and coordinate SHS emergency preparedness to support the campus Emergency Management Program unless delegated to other staff; and lead SHS response to campus health emergencies. The incumbent will provide professional consultant services to Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants; may be requested to serve as a preceptor to Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants; provide professional consultant services to other SHS personnel including nurses, ancillary areas and administration; document consultations appropriately; perform professional peer review; reviews medical records consistent with Student Health Services standards; and communicate with peers, Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants when indicated in order to obtain positive, productive and educational results. The incumbent will may participate in campus health and safety or sanitation program, and may be assigned to serve on Student Health & Wellness Services or campus committees; may represent the Student Health & Wellness Services and the university on campus and systemwide committees such as the State Common Drug Formulary Committee, the Pharmacy Advisory Board and campus committees; and perform other appropriate duties as assigned by the Director. QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from a medical school recognized by the Medical Board of California. Completion of one or more residency programs in a specialty appropriate to the assigned duties with increasingly responsible experience in the practice of that specialty. Prior or current affiliation with a hospital or outpatient clinic is preferred. Thorough knowledge of and the ability to effectively apply the principles and methods essential to the assigned medical specialty, and in the diagnosis and treatment of common medical disorders, and in the assessment and response to emergency situations; thorough knowledge of community resources in medical treatment and public health practices; thorough knowledge of local, state, and national laws and regulations pertaining to the medical field and specialty; thorough knowledge of applicable professional ethics and standards; ability to serve as a mentor and resource consultant for other health center personnel; and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of medical practitioners and specialists, as well as students, administrators, and faculty. Incumbents must possess and maintain the legal requirements for the practice of medicine in the State of California, including the following: -Possess and maintain a valid and relevant State of California license to practice medicine. -Possess and maintain current American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) or American Osteopathic -Association (AOA) medical board certification appropriate for the assigned duties. See note below. -Possess and maintain a valid Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) certificate and number for prescribing controlled substances. -Current cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator (CPR/AED) certification as appropriate for the assigned duties. PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: Knowledgeable in public health practices and procedures and ability to advise campus community in public health matters; experience in Adolescent Medicine; expertise working in a CLIA waived laboratory setting; certification for x-ray supervisor and operator; and proficient in the use of an electronic medical record system, specifically Point N Click, is preferred. BACKGROUND CHECK: A background check must satisfactorily be completed before a candidate can be offered this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for this position. The background check consists of the following: Employment verification, education verification, reference checks, and checks of the following systems and databases: National Social Security Number/Address Locator, Felony/Misdemeanor, National Criminal Database, Federal Criminal, Department of Motor Vehicles, and National Sex Offender Registry. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Cal Poly Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, California Education Code section 67380, and the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at: https://www.cpp.edu/campus-safety-plan.shtml Cal Poly Pomona is a smoke and tobacco-free campus. Please refer to the link below for policy information. http://www.calstate.edu/EO/EO-1108.html CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT: The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Description: DEPARTMENT: The Office for Academic Innovation is an integral part of the Office of Student Success, Equity, and Innovation (OSSEI). The OSSEI plays a central role in leading and supporting Cal Poly Pomona's strategic plan to improve student learning and success. The OSSEI, in partnership with Student Affairs and other Divisions on campus, is primarily responsible for improving the retention and graduation rates on campus and closing persistence and equity gaps. The OSSEI provides leadership and holistic and integrated support for multiple academic and social support units on campus to identify and address the needs of Cal Poly Pomona's diverse student body; provides strategic direction to the campus in implementing an inclusive polytechnic model of student success that includes the academic and cocurricular experience of students and an integrated student success model; leads and oversees the university's advising efforts and the development and implementation of academic intervention programs; and provides the campus with data-informed strategies and metrics using predictive analytic models and tools, that are carefully monitored and evaluated to ensure efficient and effective programs and services that address the needs of students and provide direction to the associate deans, and faculty and staff advisors on the college-based student success teams. PURPOSE OF POSITION: In support of the mission of Student Success, Equity, and Innovation, the Associate Vice President of Academic Innovation is responsible for leadership and oversight of the Student Innovation Idea Labs (SIIL), the Center for Community Engagement, the Kellogg Honors College, and the Office of Undergraduate Research. The mission of Academic Innovation is to foster a culture of innovation in teaching and learning. Academic Innovation is also tasked with institutionalizing the Learn Through Discovery (LTD) Initiative which aims to provide every Cal Poly Pomona student with a signature polytechnic experience (PolyX) as well as enable students to articulate their signature experience. Under the general direction of the Associate Provost for Student Success, Equity, and Innovation, the Associate Vice President for Academic Innovation provides strategic direction, leadership, and administrative oversight to the Learn Through Discovery Initiative, the Student Innovation Idea Labs (SIIL), Center for Community Engagement, Kellogg Honors College and the Office of Undergraduate Research; advances and promotes a vision of innovative education at Cal Poly Pomona that supports the university's Strategic Plan (www.cpp.edu/strategicplan/) and the Academic Master Plan (www.cpp.edu/academicplan/index.shtml); guides faculty and staff development in knowledge and skills necessary to advance a culture of innovation in learning; assures quality of activities under academic innovation through assessment of student learning and other evidence-informed decision-making practices; promotes synergy among functional areas under academic innovation for the purpose of developing new and innovative opportunities for students to experience an inclusive polytechnic education; seeks external funding opportunities in partnership with, or supporting, faculty and staff, to support development of a culture of innovation in learning; and serves on university-wide committees (as assigned) to represent the Office of Academic Innovation. RESPONSIBILITIES: Academic Innovation Advances and promotes a vision of innovative education at Cal Poly Pomona that supports the university's Strategic Plan and the Academic Master Plan: • Guide faculty and staff development in knowledge and skills necessary to advance a culture of innovation in learning. • Assure quality of activities under academic innovation through assessment of student learning and other evidence-informed decision-making practices. • Promote synergy among functional areas under academic innovation for the purpose of developing new and innovative opportunities for students to experience an inclusive polytechnic education. • In partnership with, or supporting, faculty and staff, seek external funding opportunities that will support development of a culture of innovation in learning and supports faculty and staff in their efforts to obtain such funding. • Implement the Learn Through Discovery Initiative and collaborates on institutional expansion of the Initiative. • Serve on university-wide committees (as assigned) to represent the Office of Academic Innovation. • Support and advance the work of Student Success, Equity, and Innovation. Kellogg Honors College Provides strategic leadership, oversight, guidance, and is the HEERA manager to the administrator and staff who coordinate the functional areas of the Kellogg Honors College (KHC). • Lead the staff in development of innovative and creative initiatives and projects to strengthen and advance KHC's mission and goals. • Ensure program quality and educational effectiveness through strategic planning, alignment of KHC's goals with the university's Strategic Plan and the Academic Master Plan, and systematic assessment of student learning in the academic and co-curricular programs of the college. • Develop and implement initiatives to ensure, demonstrate and strengthen student success in the Kellogg Honors College. • Strengthen the collaboration between the KHC and academic colleges as well as the Centers of Excellence to provide KHC students with opportunities for integrative learning, discovery innovation, undergraduate research, and civic engagement. • Oversee academic guidance, peer mentoring and advising support to KHC students; Promote visibility of the Kellogg Honors College across campus during orientation and throughout the academic year to the appropriate demographic of students who are eligible to participate. • Develop and implement plans to strengthen the outreach to prospective students and the KHC alumni affinity for support and advancement of the college's initiatives and goals. • Oversee and guide the development of KHC's Work Plan to advance the strategic initiatives and goals of the Kellogg Honors College. • Engage in the development and fund raising to advance KHC's programs and initiatives; Supervise the work of the director and the staff in the Kellogg Honors College; provide annual evaluation to the administrator and the office staff. Center for Community Engagement Provide strategic leadership, oversight, guidance, and is the HEERA manager to the administrator and staff who coordinate the functional areas of the Center for Community Engagement: • Oversee the development, implementation, and revision of the Center's strategic plan in alignment with the university's mission, vision, core values, and strategic initiatives. • Oversee development and implementation of community engaged learning, academic internships, and co-op program policies. • Review Center's policies and procedures and ensure the Center provides meaningful and impactful opportunities for students to engage with community engaged learning, academic internships, co-ops, civic engagement and volunteer service initiatives throughout the academic year. • Provide opportunities for faculty engagement with community-based learning initiatives and research, and scholarship. • Provide opportunities for strategic community partners to engage with the Center's initiatives through active participation and reciprocity to strengthen the institutional capacity for contributing to the economic and social vitality of our local and regional communities. • Lead the Center's staff in development of innovative and creative initiatives and projects to strengthen and advance the Center's functions, programs, and initiatives. • Promote visibility of the Center's programs and initiatives to the internal stakeholders and external community. • Engage the Center's staff in assessment of the Center's programs and their impact on student success and civic engagement; assess the impact of the Center's programs on the community stakeholders. • Strengthen the Center's collaboration with the local community through academic community partnerships (e.g., Pomona Promise Initiatives, etc.) • Provide guidance and oversight for the development of yearly reports to the Chancellor's Office on the Center's initiatives and accomplishments. • Provide guidance and support in the development of grants to the Chancellor's Office to secure external funding for the Center's initiatives. • Engage in development and fund raising to advance the Center's programs and initiatives. • Oversee and guide the development of a work plan to advance the strategic initiatives and goals of the Center. • Supervise the work of the Lead coordinator and staff in the Center. • Provide annual evaluation to the Lead Coordinator and Center office staff. Student Innovation Idea Labs Provide strategic leadership, oversight, guidance, and is the HEERA manager to the administrator and staff who coordinate the functional areas of the Student Innovation Idea Labs (SIIL): • Ensure program quality and educational effectiveness through strategic planning, alignment of the SIIL's goals with the university's Strategic Plan and the Academic Master Plan, and systematic assessment of student learning in the academic and co-curricular programs of the SIIL. • Lead the SIIL staff in the development of innovative and creative initiatives and projects to strengthen and advance the SIIL's mission, vision, and goals. • Guide the development and implementation of initiatives to ensure, demonstrate and strengthen student success in the SIIL. • Encourage strengthened collaboration between the SIIL and academic colleges as well as the Centers of Excellence to provide students with opportunities for interdisciplinary collaborations, integrative learning, discovery, and innovation. • Promote visibility of the SIIL across campus during orientation and throughout the academic year to the appropriate demographic of students who are eligible to participate. • Encourage strengthened faculty engagement with the SIIL through faculty mentoring programs in support of student projects, and research and scholarship opportunities. Oversee and guide the development of SIIL's work plan to advance the strategic initiatives and goals of the SIIL. • Support the creation and maintenance of relationships with multiple external constituencies that support innovation, creativity, and discovery. • Guide the establishment, growth and management of programs that provide opportunities for students from across multiple colleges to develop creative and innovative competencies and skills. • Guide the development and fund raising to advance the SIIL's programs and initiatives. Supervise the work of the director and the staff in the SIIL. • Provide annual evaluation to the administrator and the office staff. Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) Provide strategic leadership, oversight, guidance, and is the HEERA manager to the faculty director who coordinates the functional areas of the OUR: • Ensure program quality and educational effectiveness through strategic planning, alignment with the goals of the university's Strategic Plan and the Academic Master Plan, and systematic assessment of student learning in all student experiences. • Encourage strengthened collaboration between the academic colleges, other academic units (e.g., Center for Community Engagement, SIIL), and offices within Student Affairs to increase student opportunities to participate in undergraduate research. • Promote visibility of undergraduate research across campus during orientation and throughout the academic year. • Encourage strengthened faculty engagement with undergraduate research. • Supervise the work of the director and staff; provide annual evaluation to the director. Administration • Develop and oversee the strategic plan and budget for Academic Innovation. Collaborate with deans and faulty to identify and support research priorities and potential opportunities. • Ensure programs and resources are available to support Academic Innovation. • Review and recommend campus policies that support Academic Innovation. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge • Knowledge of issues and trends in higher education. • An understanding of issues related to diverse learners and a large multicultural constituency. • Knowledge of current educational and administrative uses of information technology within higher education. • An understanding of complex interdependencies of Academic Affairs with other University divisions. Skills • Strong interpersonal skills to work collegially and collaboratively to meet the academic goals and the university mission. • Strong oral and written communication skills to successfully develop planning documents, proposals, executive briefing documents, budget request justifications, and other forms of communication with faculty and senior leaders. • Strong leadership skills that incorporate organizational, analytical, and decision-making skills with strong change management, project management, and team-building competencies. • Managerial skills with directing, supervising, motivating/inspiring others, and assessing performance and progress. • Planning and organizational skills to manage complex, long-term projects (e.g., assessment of student learning, etc.) in collaboration with faculty, staff, and administrators. • Analytical skills to analyze and synthesize large amounts of information. • Teamwork skills to work effectively and build strong alliances internally and externally with a broad range of constituents to coalesce the campus community together around shared goals and objectives. • Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. Abilities • A commitment to shared faculty governance. • Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. • Ability to work in a multi-ethnic environment that supports diversity. • Ability to apply research findings in higher education, particularly those related to curriculum, effective teaching and/or assurance of student learning. • Managerial ability to: interpret technical procedures and regulations, write reports, guidelines, work plans and strategic plan; analyze budgetary and financial data and reports; define problems, collect data, determine facts, and draw conclusions. • Interpersonal ability to display good judgement, discretion, awareness of and sensitivity to the educational goals for a multi-cultural public university. • Ability to effectively establish and maintain collegial intra- and inter-divisional working relationships within a diverse environment. • Ability to manage large staff to create an organizational environment that promotes commitment to the mission and strategic initiatives of the university. • Ability to develop and support on-going learning and professional development of staff and emergent leaders. • Ability to identify current and future challenges and propose and implement effective solutions. • Ability to secure fiscal and personnel support to ensure successful implementation of initiatives, projects, and/or programs. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Doctoral or terminal degree from an accredited university. • At least three years of successful and progressively responsible experience in academic leadership. • A record of teaching, creative/scholarly activity, and service appropriate for a tenured professor in a department at the university. • Demonstrated experience with planning, organizing, and implementing initiatives/projects in an academic setting. • Demonstrated experience with curriculum development, program review, assessment of student learning and accreditation. • Demonstrated commitment to diversity and contributions to inclusive excellence approaches in higher education. • An understanding and respect for CPP's commitment to shared governance, appreciation of the role of the faculty in the areas of curriculum development/review and assessment, and experience working in faculty governance. PREFERRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: • Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collegially with faculty, staff, and administrators toward achieving organizational goals. • Demonstrated ability to lead change effectively in higher education.; • Experience with implementing effective programs that encourage student engagement in active learning and enhance the quality of learning for a diverse student body. • Experience with making effective decisions with sound analytical ability, good judgement, and strong operational focus. • Experience with securing resources and managing a complex unit/organization, including staff and budget oversight. • Experience working with the California State University system and with the Office of the Chancellor; and • Ability to manage multiple union workforce, including with employees from multiple unions. A competitive candidate will address how they meet the minimum qualifications and some or all of the preferred requirements in a cover letter. The cover letter should also reflect familiarity with the Cal Poly Pomona Strategic Plan (www.cpp.edu/strategicplan/) and its Academic Master Plan (www.cpp.edu/academicplan/index.shtml). SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: • Successful background check. • Ability to work occasional weekends. • Mandatory trainings as required by the California State University. • Mandated reporter in compliance with the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and includes a comprehensive benefits package which includes a vacation accrual rate of 16 hours per month, an excellent choice of medical, dental, and vision insurance, long term disability coverage, life insurance and retirement benefits. APPLICATIONS, INQUIRIES, AND NOMINATIONS: Please submit (1) a completed university application, (2) a letter of interest that explains in detail, and where possible, provides examples of how the candidate meets the qualifications specified in this announcement; (3) a current resume or curriculum vitae; and (4) the names, titles, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of five references who can provide current assessments of the candidate's professional experience, accomplishments and prospect for success in this position (please include a brief note describing the relationship of the references to the applicant). For best consideration, please submit the above requirements by September 25, 2020. Completed applications will begin review on the week of September 28, 2020. For additional information about Cal Poly Pomona, please visit our website at http://www.cpp.edu/. For more details and information such as inquiries, nominations, referrals, and applications, please direct it to Dalia Huerta at daliahuerta@cpp.edu or 909-869-6975. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: The university seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the university, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives, and ways of knowing. Cal Poly Pomona subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. The university hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. As required by the Clery Disclosure Act, the university's annual security report is available at http://dsa.cpp.edu/police/securityreport.asp. The University is committed to cultural diversity and it is expected that the successful candidate will further this commitment. The University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Pomona 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768, USA
Sep 29, 2020
Full Time
Description: Type of Appointment: Full-Time, Probationary Collective Bargaining Unit: Teamsters Local - Unit 6 Classification Salary Range: $5,742 - $7,414 per month Anticipated Hiring Range: $5,742 - $6,299 per month Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. *Unless instructed otherwise Recruitment Closing Date: October 12, 2020 THE DEPARTMENT Facilities Planning and Management (FP&M) serves as the lead organization for planning, developing, and maintaining the campus 'natural and built environments in support of the university's mission. The department seeks to preserve and enhance CPP's history, aesthetics, physical assets, and natural ecosystems through coordinated planning, design, and construction of buildings, roads, infrastructure, landscaping and other physical improvements. As an advocate on behalf of the university and its auxiliaries, FPM strives to provide facilities that meet scope, budget, operational needs and functional requirements. FPM is comprised of approximately 200 facilities professionals (FTE) that also provides maintenance services including custodial services, landscaping, recycling, building and mechanical trades, energy and utility management, fleet and auto services. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Building Service Engineer will work in a team environment, under the general supervision of the Manager of Mechanical Services and the Supervising Building Service Engineer, and will inspect, diagnosis, and perform repair and overhaul of all stationary equipment on campus which involves, natural gas, water, refrigerant, and air distribution systems; and perform preventative maintenance on boilers, chillers, cooling towers, pumps, fans, compressors, water treatment systems controls, and all associated equipment. The incumbent will respond to periodic calls from faculty members, staff and students for adjustment of air handling equipment to achieve air flow, temperature and humidity balances for individual rooms, building areas or buildings; inspect completed work for conformance with specifications, requirements and compliance with applicable codes and regulations; maintain a safe and clean work environment; and consult and work with trades workers in a team environment to accomplish multi-trade work orders; and may provide instruction and lead direction to unskilled and semi-skilled assistants in accomplishing assigned work. The incumbent will test, adjust and calibrate control instruments to maintain proper environmental conditions, peak operations and energy conservation; and conduct water chemical tests, analysis and treatment for campus cooling towers and chiller condensers. QUALIFICATIONS Two (2) years of journey-level experience in the operation, maintenance and repair of boiler, heating, ventilating, refrigeration and air conditioning equipment and systems or the equivalent combination of formal course work in mechanical technology and hands-on experience AND must be able to install, operate and repair HVAC equipment and systems; demonstrate a high degree of mechanical skill equivalent to journey-level in one or more related trades such as plumbing, pipe fitting, electrical, or air conditioning; read, interpret and work from blueprints, plans, drawings and specifications; make rough sketches; estimate cost, time and materials of mechanical work; maintain records and retrieve data related to work performed using manual and/or computerized record-keeping systems; prepare standard reports; provide instruction to unskilled and semi-skilled assistants; analyze and respond appropriately to emergency situations; read and write at a level appropriate to the position; and perform arithmetic calculations as required by the position. Work requires thorough knowledge of high- and low-pressure boilers, and heating, pneumatic, ventilating, air conditioning, refrigeration and other mechanical equipment; thorough knowledge of the methods, tools and materials used in the operation, maintenance and repair of such equipment; general knowledge of ventilation principles, thermal dynamics, and closed water systems; working knowledge of energy management systems including the ability to understand and use system features, and a general knowledge of the applicable state and federal safety codes and regulations pertaining to mechanical and HVAC systems. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Five (5) years of experience as a journey-level in the HVAC trade; ability to communicate timely, clearly, and effectively with staff, students, and contractors in daily electronic and personal conversations; work overtime both scheduled and on call emergency repairs; plan, organize and coordinate work effectively; use work judgment that reflects logic that is in the best interest of the University; conduct yourself with professionalism, courtesy, co-operation and respect; accept direction, constructive criticism and change to work duties; meet deadlines; take initiative and keep abreast of new technology; care for tools and equipment including cleaning up after work and insuring safe operation of equipment; work safely with others; and be part of a team-oriented environment. BACKGROUND CHECK A background check must satisfactorily be completed before a candidate can be offered this position. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for this position. The background check consists of the following: Employment verification, education verification, reference checks, and checks of the following systems and databases: National Social Security Number/Address Locator, Felony/Misdemeanor, National Criminal Database, Federal Criminal, Department of Motor Vehicles, and National Sex Offender Registry. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Cal Poly Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The university subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, California Education Code section 67380, and the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available at: http://dsa.cpp.edu/police/securityreport.asp CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html Closing Date/Time: October 12, 2020