Butte-Glenn Community College
Oroville, CA, United States
Description Full-time/Non-Exempt 40 hours per week; 12 months per year CSEA Range 18; $3,239.57 per month Anticipated start date: October 1, 2020 Relocation reimbursement may be authorized. If interested, the successful applicant must request relocation reimbursement at time of job offer. If you are relocating to the area, housing resources can be found on our Human Resources page. POSITION HIGHLIGHTS: Directly supports Facilities, Planning and Management (FPM) departmental accounts and balances including the utility accounts, Bond Fund, Capital Outlay Fund and State Projects Fund to include scheduled Maintenance, Hazmat and Energy. Support the FPM Front Office including phones, two-way radios, and front counter. The work schedule is Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Over the summer that changes to Monday - Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. with Friday off. HEALTH BENEFITS: The District offers several Comprehensive Medical plans at no cost to the employee and their dependents. Dental, Vision and STD/LTD are at no cost. Additionally, the District provides access to two Health and Wellness Centers through Butte Schools Self-Funded Programs for little to no cost depending on plan selection. Retirement plans include CalPERS, CalSTRS, 403B and 457B. ABOUT BUTTE COLLEGE: Butte College's main campus is located on a 928-acre wildlife refuge and we pride ourselves on being a national college leader in sustainability. Community partnerships matter to us. We work with our K-12 partners to create career pathways for students to seamlessly move from high school to Butte College coursework or credit to transfer to a four-year university. In fact, Butte College has the highest transfer rate of all California community colleges to California State University, Chico. Butte College contributes to economic development through the Training Place, and the Small Business Development Center. For over 50 years , we have successfully provided a quality educational experience to our students, offering associates degrees and training in career fields including business, medical, law enforcement, welding, automotive, computers, and more. The ideal candidate will share Butte College's commitment to our mission and values , especially our commitment to educating our racially and socio-economically diverse student population. We currently enroll around 15,300 students annually, many of whom are from racially minoritized populations. 54% of Butte College students are white, 28% are Latinx, 6% are Asian, 2% are African American, 1% are Native American, and 5% are multi-ethnic. As a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), Butte College understands that it has a great responsibility to the educational attainment and economic well-being of our surrounding communities. The successful candidate will join a campus community that demonstrates its commitment to student equity by supporting ongoing professional development for students, faculty and staff. These opportunities include a Cultural Awareness Community of Practice, FAIR Classrooms, active Diversity and Student Equity Committees, support for our undocumented and AB 540 students , a robust set of culturally responsive programs and events, and conferences related to equity-mindedness and supporting the success of our diverse students. OVERVIEW: Under the direction of an administrator, performs a variety of accounting and clerical duties and responsibilities involved in maintenance of the District's financial and statistical records. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is the journey level class in the Account Clerk series. Positions in this class perform the full range of duties under general supervision, and may be assigned specialized or more complex assignments requiring advanced skill. All positions assigned to the class work independently, exercising judgment and initiative within general guidelines in performing the full range of duties assigned to this classification. Representative Duties The duties recorded below are representative of the duties of the class and are not intended to cover all the duties performed by incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class. The essential duties of the class are indicated with an asterisk *. Provides District personnel with information pertaining to budget and accounting procedures and answers related questions.* Performs financial record keeping duties and responsibilities related to the District's accounting requirements.* Provides general information, assistance, and answers routine questions for District personnel pertaining to budget, accounting procedures, and balances; answers telephones to provide information and assistance as required.* Receives money, prepares deposits, balances bank deposits and registers, and assigns to appropriate accounts and ledgers.* Operates a variety of office equipment including computers, typewriters, copiers, calculators, terminals, fax, ten key, etc.* Utilizes various software programs and computers to enter accounts receivable and accounts payable invoices and journals; posts receipts and expenditures to various accounts. Prepares and processes invoices, checks, reports, specialty forms ensuring accuracy and completeness. Assembles, tabulates, and maintains financial and statistical records for assigned programs.* Prepares and checks various statistical or accounting tables and reports; prepares financial reports; reviews computer printouts to assure accuracy of data.* Assists in the analysis of various accounts; performs calculations, maintains records and prepares reports within scheduled time lines; disburses information and reports as assigned. Serves as a receptionist answering and screening telephone calls and distributing mail. Serves on a variety of District committees as requested. May perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications/Requirements MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Graduation from high school, G.E.D. or the equivalent*; AND Two (2) years of experience closely related to the duties and responsibilities of this class. * High School education equivalency equals an adult education diploma or four (4) years of full-time, paid work experience. DIVERSITY QUALIFICATIONS: Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity and sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Hold and maintain a valid driver's license throughout duration of employment with the District. Three (3) years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities of this class. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: May be acquired through education, training and/or experience. Knowledge of: District policies and procedures; methods, practices and terminology used in bookkeeping and financial record keeping; utilization of computers; software programs related to word processing and spread sheets. Ability to: make mathematical calculations rapidly and accurately; learn and interpret rules, regulations, policies and procedures; effectively utilize computer equipment and software in the performance of duties; utilize keyboarding skills commensurate with the required functions for this position; follow oral and written directions; establish, maintain and work cooperatively with those contacted during the course of work. Supplemental Information WORK DIRECTION, LEAD AND SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: No assigned permanent staff to supervise. May train and provide work direction to student and short-term employees. PHYSICAL EFFORT: Normal office environment. CONTACTS: Faculty, staff, administrators, students and the general public. WORKING CONDITIONS: Normal office environment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS: The successful applicant will be required to complete a medical history questionnaire and must agree to undergo and pass a pre-employment physical examination, based on the physical requirements of the position, prior to employment. The physician will be selected and paid for by the District. Disabilities not related to the essential physical job requirements will not preclude the applicant from being hired. Education Code • 87408.6 states that no person shall be initially employed by a community college district in an academic or classified position unless the person has submitted to an examination within the past sixty (60) days to determine that he or she is free of active tuberculosis. As a condition of employment the position you are applying for will require that you provide fingerprints to the local police department. The fee charged by the Department of Justice (DOJ) for the fingerprint report is the employee's responsibility. If you should be offered this position you will be asked to sign a payroll deduction form which will authorize the District to deduct the fee charged by the DOJ from your first paycheck. The eligible list established from this recruitment will be used to fill the current vacancy and possibly future vacancies for positions with the same class specification. The District reserves the right to modify, rescind or re-advertise this announcement without notification or to delay indefinitely the employment of a person for the position. The Butte-Glenn Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. --------------------------------------------------Application Instructions------------------------------------------- ALL APPLICANTS, INCLUDING CURRENT BUTTE COLLEGE EMPLOYEES, MUST SUBMIT ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS WITH THE ONLINE APPLICATION IN ORDER TO MOVE FORWARD IN THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS. REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS All on-line attachment types require that you attach a document. RESUME OR VITA: Please submit this as an attachment, not as a text resume within the application. Closing Date/Time: 8/5/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182, USA
Description: Position Summary The World Campus mission is to be a world leader in delivering innovative educational experiences to all learners, expanding opportunity and transforming lives. Our programs and technologies are ever-evolving to meet ever-changing needs; our high level of service and support is a constant. The Evaluations area evaluates students for admission to the SDSU World Campus credit and degree programs. The Office of Admissions and Evaluations supports student success through admission application reviews and records evaluation. Evaluators provide academic advising in general education and graduation requirements for SDSU World Campus degree programs as well as clarify University academic policy and procedure. As a department of SDSU World Campus, our goal is to provide student support with an emphasis on excellent student service and academic excellence. Under the general direction of the Supervisor of Admissions and Evaluations, the primary responsibilities of the Academic Evaluator for World Campus online degree completion programs are: 1) to determine eligibility for admission to the SDSU World Campus degree completion programs, 2) evaluation of records towards bachelor degree requirements, and 3) advising and counseling of students and staff on admission and degree requirements. For more information regarding SDSU World Campus, click here. This is a full-time (1.0 time-base), benefits eligible, permanent (probationary) appointment. This position is designated exempt under FLSA and is not eligible for overtime compensation. Standard SDSU work hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., but may vary based on operational needs. Education and Experience Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university in one of the behavioral sciences, public or business administration or a job-related field. Additional specialized experience during which the applicant has acquired and successfully applied the knowledge and abilities shown above may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis. Possession of these knowledge and abilities is typically demonstrated through the equivalent of two years of professional experience in one of the student services program areas or in a related field; experience should give evidence of competence and indicate the potential for further growth. A master's degree in a job-related field may be substituted for one year of the professional experience. Preferred Qualifications Three years of experience in interpreting and explaining academic policies governing public or private university admissions Two years of experience working in a college or university admissions, advising, evaluations, registrar, or other student service related field Two years of experience in interpreting and explaining certification polices of the CSU and California community college systems Experience with a college/university's student information system; SIMSR or PeopleSoft preferred Demonstrated experience using degree audit system; uAchieve preferred Demonstrated experience reviewing college transcript information and evaluating transcripts Demonstrated experience with course articulation; College Source experience preferred Ability to calculate grade point averages Specialized Skills Required Minimum of two years of experience in student services or higher education administration that requires the interpretation and application of regulations and policies Knowledge of University student admission process and admission best practices Proven ability to meet deadlines; ability to multi-task and prioritize with concurrent deadlines Ability to explain and interpret the application of complex regulations, policy, requirements and criteria to individual situations Advanced computer skills, including working knowledge of MS Word. MS Excel, database systems and student information systems Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills Ability to exercise critical thinking, complex problem solving, and problem resolution Strong accuracy and attention to detail Organizational management Exceptional student service skills, with an emphasis on creating positive student experiences Compensation and Benefits Starting salary upon appointment not expected to exceed $4,700 per month. CSU Classification Salary Range: $4,304 - $6,120 per month. Salary placement is determined by the education, experience, and qualifications the candidate brings to the position, internal equity, and the hiring department's fiscal resources. San Diego State University offers a rich benefits package that constitutes a major portion of total compensation. For more information regarding SDSU benefits, please click here. Supplemental Information Initial review of the required application materials, including cover letters and resumes, will begin on July 8, 2020. To receive full consideration, apply by July 7, 2020. The position will remain open until filled. 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. San Diego State University is not a sponsoring agency for staff or management positions (e.g., H-1B visa). Applicants must currently be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. Offers of employment are contingent upon the presentation of documents that demonstrate a person's identity and authorization to work in the United States, which are consistent with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. SDSU is a smoke-free campus. For more information, please click here. SDSU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, age, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, or covered veteran status. Applicants with disabilities and applicants who require assistance completing an application may contact Recruiter at 619-594-6390 or email@example.com. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
City of Taylor, MI
Taylor, Michigan, United States
Essential Job Functions/Public Service Officer: Communicate effectively over law-enforcement radio channels while initiating and responding to radio communications, often under adverse conditions. Communicate verbally and effectively by listening to people and by giving information, directions and commands. Conduct visual and audio monitoring of jail for extended periods of time. Gather information in criminal investigations by interviewing and obtaining the statements of victims, witnesses, suspects and confidential informants. Manage interpersonal conflicts to maintain order. Operate an emergency vehicle during both the day and night, while exercising due care and caution in congested traffic and in unsafe road conditions and environmental conditions such as fog, smoke, rain, ice and snow. Perform law-enforcement functions while working rotating shifts and unanticipated overtime. Perform tasks that require lifting, carrying or dragging people or heavy objects while performing limited law-enforcement functions. Perform searches of persons that involve touching and feeling to detect potential weapons and contraband. Prepare investigative and other reports, including sketches, using appropriate grammar, symbols and mathematical computations. Read and comprehend rules, regulations, policies, procedures and the law for purposes of ensuring appropriate PSO behavior/response and performing activities involving the public. Subdue resisting subjects using hands and feet while employing defensive tactics maneuvers of approved nonlethal weapons. Public Service Officer - Job Description: Dispatch and Teletype System/Law Enforcement Information Network (L.E.I.N.) This is a two-person operation. These work stations are generally manned by a Corporal with a police Cadet assisting. They monitor a four-channel radio system and the business-alarm panel, receive calls from the desk officers, dispatch police units and log the calls/incidents in the complaint log and radio log. They provide ambulance and wrecker calls upon request from field units. They make L.E.I.N. checks for patrol units, enter and cancel "wanted" persons, vehicles and warrants as well as check stolen or recovered property through the system. They sometimes must answer telephone calls from citizens because of an overload on desk officers. Switchboard/Complaint Desk This work station is generally manned by one or more employees, depending on demands or calls coming into the desk. There are times when the duty Lieutenant must delay his other responsibilities to answer telephone calls at the desk. The police PSO assigned to the desk could write complaints at the desk and on very limited basis over the telephone, during peak periods. Complaint copies must also be separated for the various bureaus as directed. Much of a Public Service Officer's time will be taken up in the detention area and caring for prisoners. The booking, printing, mugging, receipt of property and paperwork involved in the intake will be assigned to one of the Public Service Officers from desk/dispatch area. The PSO will be required to maintain inventory of prisoner meals, feed prisoners (a one-hour task for each meal) and see that the cells are properly cleaned. He will make prisoner inspection every hour as required by the department of Corrections. On weekends and holidays he/she is expected to clean lobby, desk and dispatch section. A PSO has many other miscellaneous duties, including fingerprinting for citizenship papers and employment clearances. Traffic Bureau Periodically, a PSO from Records may be assigned to the Traffic Bureau to assist in the following: Compile accident data. Maintain accident/violation spot maps. File accident reports. Research engineering files. Maintain abandoned auto file. Detective Bureau (D.B.) Periodically, a Public Service Officer may be assigned to the Detective Bureau to assist in the following: File complaints, fingerprint cards, post clearance slips on crimes or post D.B. teletypes. Work on D.B. crime status charts or graphs. Photograph and print indexing. Cross check file for intelligence data. Youth Bureau Periodically, a Public Service Officer may be assigned to the Youth Bureau to assist in the following: Recording and filing of case reports. Type appointments to parents and juveniles. Type records of juveniles taken into custody. Disposition of cases. File jacket returns from court. Case clearance slips to Records Bureau. Support Division The Support Division usually has two Public Service Officers assigned; their duties would include: One PSO permanently assigned to property and evidence responsibility. The process of maintaining records, storage and disposition of property and evidence requires very precise control and is best served under the responsibility of one individual. A PSO can be assigned to the afternoon shift to better serve the public and department. This employee will assist in the filing of complaints by sections, traffic citations and other Bureau services; he/she will assist in providing gun registrations, public vehicle operators license applications, vendor license applications. Qualifications Citizen in the United States of America Age at least 18 years of age High School graduate or equivalent (G. E. D.) A valid Michigan Motor Vehicle Operator's or Chauffeur's License Good moral character - traffic and criminal records will be examined Must pass pre-employment process which includes background investigation, psychological exam, and physical. Physically and mentally able, with or without reasonable accommodation, to perform all of the established duties and responsibilities related to the position Ability to successfully complete the basic training curriculum as determined by the Taylor Police department Your application will be reviewed to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be contacted regarding the next steps in the application process. Thank you for your interest in the City of Taylor. The City of Taylor is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of such factors as race, color, age, sex, national origin, religion, citizenship, handicap, height, weight and marital status. Under the State Persons With Disabilities Act and the Federal Americans With Disabilities Act, an employer has a legal obligation to accommodate an employee's or job applicant's disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the employer. A person with a disability may allege a violation against an employer regarding a failure to accommodate his or her condition under Michigan law only if the person notifies the employer in writing of the need for accommodation within 182 days after the date the person knew or reasonably should have known that an accommodation was needed.