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Director of Residential Living
Lake Tahoe Community College
Director of Residential Living (Live-in position) - See attached link for additional information on the position.
Public Information Officer
Lake Tahoe Community College
Public Information Officer - See attached link for more information on the job posting.
Dean of Instruction
Lake Tahoe Community College
Dean of Instruction - See attached link to see more information on the job posting.
Athletic Director
Lake Tahoe Community College
Athletic Director - Please see attached link for more information on the job posting.
Faculty, Business/Economics
Lake Tahoe Community College
Faculty, Business/Economics - Please see attached link for more information on the job posting.
Director of Basic Needs
Barstow Community College
oversee the development of resources, programs, events, and services to support students basic needs.
Basic Needs Manager
UC San Francisco
The Basic Needs Manager has the functional responsibility for the coordination and implementation of student basic needs and food security efforts. The Manager oversees the operations at both Mission Bay and Parnassus for the Student Food Market, campus pantry, basic needs initiatives, and participates in campuswide and systemwide efforts to address student basic needs security. The Manager develops and maintains relationships with campus and community partners in an effort to provide comprehensive, cohesive services, information, and programs to UCSF students in the area of basic needs security. The Manager assists in supervising student staff and volunteers. The Manager provides support in planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs, training, and informational sessions in collaboration with campus and community partners and makes recommendations for new and existing programs.

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Academic / Student Services Manager (Retention, Basic Needs, and Wellness)
Diablo Valley College
Diablo Valley College is seeking a dynamic and student-centered leader to oversee the college’s Retention, Basic Needs, and Wellness area housed in the Counseling Division. The position’s scope of responsibility includes overseeing interventions for students who have academic standing challenges which are often exacerbated by underlying basic needs insecurities and under-served mental health needs. Additionally, the position will oversee the college’s CARE Team (behavioral intervention team), a cross-functional team that meets weekly to provide support for students of concern and will be a key collaborative partner in the opening of the college’s Inclusivity and Wellness Center. The position will facilitate the Basic Needs Advisory, and will work collaboratively with a variety of community and college stakeholders to proactively address student basic needs and wellness.

Note: New employees will be placed at the first step which is $113,664 per year, second step $119,424 per year or third step at $125,460 per year (depending upon experience). Based on current salary placement guidelines, all step increases for which an employee becomes eligible shall take place on July 1st of each fiscal year. These increases will occur, on annual basis, until the maximum step of $138,480 per year is reached on the salary schedule.
Basic Needs Resource Specialist
UC Riverside
The Basic Needs Resource Specialist provides leadership, guidance, and support to students experiencing basic needs concerns, including food, housing, and financial challenges. The responsibilities of this position require comprehensive expertise in student support and crisis management. A primary function of the Basic Needs Resource Specialist is to facilitate support to students in distress due to basic needs concerns by providing crisis resolution, as well as identifying a short and long-term plan to address students’ basic needs and insecurities. The Basic Needs Resource Specialist will interface and collaborate with various campus departments, including, but not limited to, the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office, Ethnic and Gender Centers, and departments under the Health Wellness and Safety Division. The Basic Needs Resource Specialist will work independently under the general supervision of the Basic Needs Director.
Program Coordinator, Senior (Student Services/Basic Needs)
Diablo Valley College - San Ramon Campus

Location San Ramon Campus

Salary YEARLY: $77,748, Step 1 – $94,716, Step 5 (see special instruction for initial step placement)

Position Status Permanent
Overtime Status Non-Exempt (eligible)
Position Full-Time

Work Schedule By Day and Work Hours
Monday – Thursday
8:00 AM – 6:30 PM

# of Months 12

Employee Group Classified
Department S4700-San Ramon Campus
Position Definition

To plan, coordinate, develop, implement and facilitate student support or instructional services for large – scale and complex program(s) in order to attract, retain and support a diverse population of students; and to provide technical program administration for all related activities.

Distinguishing Characteristics
Positions in this classification are responsible for the planning, organization and preparation of large, complex student support or instructional programs. Senior Program Coordinators are more involved in program planning and coordination involving two or more major program.

We are seeking people who recognize the critical role community colleges play in social justice, who have ability in this space, enthusiasm for this work, ideas and vision to improve our approaches, and a commitment to achieving equitable academic success for the 50,000+ students attending our five beautiful colleges and centers. Our social justice work calls for employees who have a sense of social responsibility, interest in our community and world in which we live.

The intention of social justice work is to strengthen humanity by understanding that every person deserves the benefits of fully participating in our society and institutions.
Basic Needs Specialist (Temporary)
Ohlone College
The Basic Needs Specialist will work in coordination with the Basic Needs Coordinator to support food security services, including but not limited to CalFresh application support and free grocery distributions. As of now, both of these services are offered in partnership with Alameda County Community Food Bank, where MOU’s were developed between Ohlone College and ACCFB to provide CalFresh outreach, application support, and problem resolution. Additionally, Ohlone College has been offered membership into ACCFB’s food network and is in the process of developing that partnership in order to access free grocery items to distribute to the community.
Grocery distributions will take several forms, including distributions using the “Community Market”, which is a
grocery-store-style pantry built on the Fremont campus and
“Free Farmers Markets”, which are
pop-up food distributions on both the Fremont and Newark campuses. Food distribution services will require working with several community partnerships, including but not limited to ACCFB, Tri-City Volunteers, and the Daily Bowl.
Under general supervision of the Director of Student Life, the Basic Needs Specialist will guide work related to MOU’s with community partners to expand CalFresh access and free grocery distributions across the Ohlone Community College District. Additionally, the Basic Needs Specialist will provide intentional outreach and specialized program information to historically minoritized student populations; provide application assistance for public benefits such as CalFresh; partner with other student services and instructional departments; tracking of budgetary expenses such as Community Market and Free Farmer’s Market purchases; assist with coverage and procurement of food for the of the district’s food distributions; plan and implement operational logistics of food distributions; perform administrative support and input program-specific information into databases and computer systems…
Basic Needs and Student Support Specialist
California State University, Los Angeles
Under the general direction of the Senior Associate Dean of Students, the Basic Needs and Student Support Specialist is a non-clinical position that provides comprehensive case management and program coordination services to enrolled students in individual and group settings.

The incumbent will engage in a collaborative process that plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the services and programs required to meet the basic needs of students in crisis; and uses communication and available resources to promote the well-being and academic success of students.

This position is responsible for coordinating Basic Needs programs including but not limited to the Basic Needs Emergency Grants, the Emergency Housing, and facilitating Financial Literacy workshops.
Basic Needs Specialist
UC Santa Barbara
The Basic Needs Specialist reports directly to the Basic Needs and Rapid Rehousing Manager. UCSB Basic Needs programs and services are constantly developing and expanding critical new efforts to support student basic needs. The Basic Needs specialist works in a dynamic setting to support critical basic needs work. This position would support the Basic Needs and Rapid Rehousing manager not only in existing efforts but also new initiatives and programs. The Basic Needs Specialist supports the administrative, communication and programmatic needs of the Basic Needs and Rapid Rehousing Manager. As Basic Needs encompasses a variety of campus stakeholders this role requires excellent written and verbal communication skills. During peak seasons basic needs programs can be impacted, and the basic needs specialist would provide programmatic support to ensure timely response for applicants as needed. This includes but is not limited to the Halal Kosher Grocery Program, the Undocumented Students Grocery Program, the Basic Needs Technology program and more. The basic needs specialist will work well independently as well as with a larger basic needs team on campus to ensure the success of programs and services.

Marketing Manager II-III
Center for Healthy Communities
To apply, visit the link provided in this post. Application Deadline, March 1, 2024

Brief Description: (more details in the link provided)
Under direction of the supervisor and Graphic Design Manager, the Marketing Manager II-III collaborates with the Public Relations and Marketing Team, overseeing 90% marketing and 10% design activities, including but not limited to:
• Creatively lead marketing and public relations efforts including tracking and analyzing data to measure success and insights.
• Consult with teams, researchers, and external partners among others to strategize about and develop unique marketing campaigns to promote CHC’s services, brand identity, and outreach efforts.
• Craft compelling narratives through content creation and storytelling, highlighting important topics, successes, and impact.
Clinical Case Manager
Cal Poly Pomona
Clinical Case Management, Referrals, and Support Services

Provides inclusive, compassionate, and student-centered clinical case management and linkage support to students who engage with CAPS to appropriate clinical providers and holistic resources, including medical providers and social assistance programs.
Provides regular phone, virtual, or in-person student case management meetings.
Works with students to develop student-centered care plans, which may include employing various psychosocial and behavioral techniques (e.g., behavioral activation, problem-solving, goal-setting, motivational interviewing, harm-reduction techniques, and risk assessment) and provides appropriate linkage support follow-up to students.
Tracks students who still need to follow up with treatment recommendations and works with CAPS providers to determine the need for additional clinical follow-up and observed behaviors to follow recommended treatment plans.
Encourages and assists students to effectively use on-campus support services, including, but not limited to, Student Health Services and the Care Center.
Works closely with the CAPS clinical team, assessing student needs based on therapists’ brief triage assessment, crisis management support, intake assessment outcomes, and/or clinical recommendations from students’ individual and/or group therapy participation.
Part time Nurse Practitioner
San Bernardino Valley College
The Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA) functions both independently and in collaboration with the supervising physician and Student Health Services Coordinator, to provide clinical services, health promotion, and health education programs to the campus community. This clinician provides health assessment, diagnosis, treatment, counseling and referral services. Services also include physicals and women’s health exams.
Basic Needs Manager
Palomar College
Will oversee all areas of Basic Needs program, including an already vibrant food pantry. Within Office of Student Life and Leadership. This position will be posted in the very near future! Stay tuned!
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