Director, Humanities and the Arts Student Success Center

first_imgCompensationClassification: Student Services Professional IVHiring Range: $5,351/month – $7,633/monthSan José State University offers employees a comprehensive benefitspackage typically worth 30-35% of your base salary. For moreinformation on programs available, please see the Employee Benefits Summary .Application ProcedureClick Apply Now to complete the SJSU Online Employment Applicationand attach the following documents: Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or universityin a related field plus upper division or graduate coursework incounseling techniques, interviewing and conflict resolution wheresuch are job relatedFour years’ experience in progressively responsibleprofessional student services work, including experience advisingstudents individually and in groups and in analyzing and resolvingcomplex student services problems.A Master’s degree in Counseling, Education, ClinicalPsychology, Social Work, or a directly related filed may besubstituted for one year of experienceA Doctorate degree with appropriate internship or clinicaltraining in counseling may be substituted for two years’experience Master’s degree in Educational Counseling, Clinical Psychology,Social Work or directly related disciplineMinimum of five years of experience working directly in studentsuccess centersDemonstrated advising experience in the humanities and/or theartsDemonstrated working knowledge of academic/general educationrequirements, admissions and registration processes, and resourcesavailable to studentsExperience supervising students and professional staffDemonstrated ability to establish and maintain cooperativeworking relationships within a diverse multiculturalenvironment General Knowledge of principles of individual and groupbehavior, techniques used in counseling, interviewing, andinvestigation and college student development theory.Ability to determine proper techniques and actions to utilizewhile engaged with individuals behaving in argumentative orsensitive manner.Demonstrated ability to oversee projects and provide guidanceand direction for the work of others.Ability to work cooperatively in a group with diversebackgrounds, perspectives, styles and goals.Ability to maintain confidentiality and appropriately handlesensitive communications with employees and external agencies.Ability to interpret and define problems, evaluate and analyzesituations, draw valid conclusions, project various consequences,and adopt effective courses of action. Must besolution-oriented.Ability to maximize unit productivity through trainingcolleagues in use of appropriate tools. Ability to provide worklead direction.Knowledge of CSU academic policies and procedures as expressedin Title V and CSU Chancellor’s Office Executive Orders as well asthose of the SJSU, and ability to apply that knowledge toindividual situations.Ability to interpret and explain policies to various staff,students and other individuals.Ability to review and verify complex records and detailedinformation for compliance with CSU requirements, and interpretinformation from a variety of institutions, including foreigninstitutions, with differing record systems.Demonstrated knowledge of the principles, practices, and trendsof the Student Services field, and working knowledge of studentservices programs outside Humanities and the Arts. Knowledge of andsensitivity to issues related to student sub-populations,especially those which might be considered academicallyat-risk.Ability to understand the academic year and processing cyclesthat affect workflow of the departments, schools, and variousadvising centers.Must possess excellent customer service and public relationsskills and must be comfortable working and leading a team bothin-person and virtually.Strong oral and written communication skills, includingthorough knowledge of English grammar, business writing,punctuation and spelling. Ability to compose and appropriatelyformat various types of correspondence, reports andcommunications.Working knowledge of software applications such as wordprocessing, spreadsheets, database management, and the internet.Ability to use PeopleSoft and working knowledge of student successrelated applications such as GradesFirst.Ability to work irregular schedules, including evenings,weekends and until the job is completed. Job SummaryThe Student Success Center in the College of Humanities and theArts is a student support, advising, academic assistance,retention, and service-oriented unit in the Division of AcademicAffairs. Assisting students from admission through graduation, ourmission is to be the single point of entry to provide resources andnon-major related advising for new and continuing students todevelop the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve academicsuccess and graduate in a timely manner.Reporting to the Associate Dean in the College of Humanities andthe Arts, the Director of the Student Success Center (SSC) directsand supervises the employees and activities of the SSC in additionto serving in the role as lead advisor. Working independently,under limited supervision, the Director leads, develops,coordinates, implements, and assesses unit activities and advisingservices and programs to ensure academic success for all studentsin the College. The Director also provides direct advising whilecoordinating College advising services with all departments andschools in the College of Humanities and the Arts. In particular,the Director has responsibility for the day-to-day running of theCenter as well as oversight of other full time and part-timeadvisors, a full-time administrative support coordinator, and anumber of peer and graduate advisors.Key Responsibilities Preferred Qualifications Advertised: March 15, 2021 (9:00 AM) Pacific DaylightTimeApplications close:center_img Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Contribute to the service-delivery function of the College bypromoting and ensuring excellent customer service that supportsstudent success at all levels. Implement business processes foracademic year, and relay appropriate feedback to meet demands andspecified timelines.Manage the day-to-day operations of the SSC including programservices, administrative functions, and the supervision andevaluation of professional and administrative staff.Provide work-lead direction and prioritize tasks, coordinatewith the staff and College leadership to hire, train, and supervisestudent services professional and the undergraduate and graduatestudent assistants.Promote the visibility of the SSC through interaction withcampus faculty, administration, and students as well as othercolleges, departments, and student services units.Develop, implement and assess academic support programs andservices for Humanities and the Arts students. Prepare and submitregular reports on progress and status of the Center’sprogramming.Direct planning, development and implementation ofretention-related programs and initiatives, such as Sparta Camp(Freshman Orientation and registration), Spartan Experience forTransfer Students (Transfer Orientation) and Advisement, NewlyAdmitted Spartan Day and other College recruitment events andinitiatives relevant to servicing targeted populations for theCollege.Oversee daily student advising and services to assure prompt,pleasant, and accurate interaction and advising of students. Meetregularly with Associate Dean to update progress and identify needsof the Center.Manage Center budget.Provide, oversee, and assure, retention and advising (success)services consistent with CSU, SJSU, UE, and Academic Advising andRetention Services policies and procedures to ensure studentsuccess. Advising services include general education, academic andeducational planning, undeclared student advising, remedial, andprobation/disqualification, and student development seminars andworkshops. Advise students on general university policy referringstudents to other campus resources, when applicable.Resolve student issues or recommend appropriate courses ofaction related to difficult academic situations. Assist students inthe resolution of curricular, or general University relatedproblems. Working with the Center staff, assist students inimproving educational strategies (e.g., study skills, timemanagement, creating educational environments conductive forsuccess.) This includes the actual direct advising of a significantportion of students seeking services in the Student SuccessCenter.Working with the Center staff, develop written and onlinematerials to assist Humanities and the Arts students in navigatingthe University and their road to graduation. Develop, implement,utilize and maintain advising tracking systems for Humanities andthe Arts yielding periodic reports from these systems. ResumeLetter of Interest All applicants must apply within the specified application period:March 15, 2021 through March 29, 2021 . This position isopen until filled; however, applications received after screeninghas begun will be considered at the discretion of theuniversity.Contact InformationUniversity [email protected] InformationSatisfactory completion of a background check (including a criminalrecords check) is required for employment. SJSU will issue acontingent offer of employment to the selected candidate, which maybe rescinded if the background check reveals disqualifyinginformation, and/or it is discovered that the candidate knowinglywithheld or falsified information. Failure to satisfactorilycomplete the background check may affect the continued employmentof a current CSU employee who was offered the position on acontingent basis.The standard background check includes: criminal check, employmentand education verification. Depending on the position, a motorvehicle and/or credit check may be required. All background checksare conducted through the university’s third-party vendor, AccurateBackground. Some positions may also require fingerprinting. SJSUwill pay all costs associated with this procedure. Evidence ofrequired degree(s) or certification(s) will be required at time ofhire.SJSU IS NOT A SPONSORING AGENCY FOR STAFF OR MANAGEMENT POSITIONS.(e.g. H1-B VISAS)All San José State University employees are considered mandatedreporters under the California Child Abuse and Neglect ReportingAct and are required to comply with the requirements set forth inCSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.Equal Employment StatementSan José State University (SJSU) is an EqualOpportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed tonondiscrimination on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenshipstatus, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, gender, geneticinformation, marital status, medical condition, national origin,race, religion or lack thereof, sex, sexual orientation,transgender, or protected veteran status consistent with applicablefederal and state laws. This policy applies to all SJSU students,faculty and staff programs and activities. Title IX of theEducation Amendments of 1972, and certain other federal and statelaws, prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex in all educationprograms and activities operated by the university (both on and offcampus). Required Qualificationslast_img read more

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Ottawa Senators Undecided About Which Logo to Use Going Forward

first_img 57,915 posts If there should be one team that is definitely changing its look this coming season, it’s Ottawa. How they (and, to an extent, Calgary) are not is comical. 1,761 M4One Link to post Favourite Logos:Undecided…. as so many are awesome! 1,123 Followers 1 Posted May 1, 2018 NYYNYR Share on other sites There’s one undeniable truth: Standing pat with your uniforms dooms you to the bottom 3 designs in the entire league, and it’s not like you’ve had oodles of recent success associated with the sweater.  Ducks/Sens/Flames should all be coming out of the gate HOT with new jerseys this fall. Massive fail by all three franchises, which probably make up the ugliest troika of jerseys in the league.  Share this post 4,375 posts Members Dnice Recommended Posts Members Prev SportsLogos.Net News 521 NewsBot 1,761 Ottawa Senators Undecided About Which Logo to Use Going Forward Members Share this post Posted May 1, 2018 3 It’s funny…. this logo is round enough to work with a barberpole setup, and it also plays homage to the 1st logo they ever wore. The fact they won’t even consider using it as the primary makes my blood boil.  5 hours ago, MBurmy said: Posted May 1, 2018 The O is a classic sweater design. I love the O on the uniform, but not for things like merchandise, etc. Link to post CreamSoda NoE38_Concepts 657 1,555 Share this post 5,708 posts Location:Racine, Wisconsin SportsLogos.Net Members Share on other sites Ottawa Senators Undecided About Which Logo to Use Going Forward Link to post 1 5,159 378 Dnice 378 1,169 posts Share on other sites If they’re going to stick with the “O,” should they borrow from the Ottawa flag? Resident CRJ stan Share on other sites Members Share on other sites Share this post 4,322 Would the 2D Centurion instantly become the best primary logo in the NHL? I think it could. 1,555 Forums Home the admiral Share this post Share on other sites 3,735 All Activity Sodboy13 Link to post EddieJ1984 344 521 andrewharrington Ottawa Senators Undecided About Which Logo to Use Going Forward CreamSoda Posted May 1, 2018 I don’t know who/why/how they hate that logo Share on other sites Share this post 3,735 Favourite Logos:North Stars 221 Location:Denver, CO No surprise it became their flag in 2000. Members 1,184 No that looks very 90s. Posted May 1, 2018 2 hours ago, SportsLogos.Net News said: Link to post 0 Share this post Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish 4,760 posts Damn, that is brilliant. 3 2 Location:Tampa Share on other sites Link to post They’re all terrible.  2 Am I understanding, too, that the Sens may not have a third as well? Oy vey. If nothing else, you changed your center-ice logo…don’t you HAVE to have the “O” on the sweater somewhere? #CommonSENSe I will fight for the new 2D Centurion to the grave. Best logo the team has ever had and one of the best NHL logos in general. Use the =O= as a secondary logo/third jersey.  Location:Augusta,GA 0 Posted May 1, 2018 Sports Logo News Share on other sites Location:Effington Share this post Link to post Link to post Members Posted May 1, 2018 953 Sports Logos 1 3,160 posts Members Members Posted May 1, 2018 10,243 posts ~Bear Share on other sites Page 1 of 3   2 Level 5 Laser Lotus 5,159 Posted May 1, 2018 Members 3 hours ago, CreamSoda said: ~Bear SportsLogos.Net Location:South Carolina 2 1,123 Location:CLE · IND · PDX It’s perfect that Eugene Melnyk is hesitant to switch to the “O” because Chris Neil told him it’s bad luck. There’s your franchise in a nutshell. 8 hours ago, MBurmy said: 3,160 posts Link to post Share on other sites 195 1,761 By SportsLogos.Net News, April 30, 2018 in Sports Logo News 1,555 Posted April 30, 2018 195 Share this post Link to post Posted May 1, 2018 2 5 CreamSoda Share on other sites Share this post Link to post 4,322 All Activity 1,463 I don’t know who/why/how they hate that logo but it is easily the best option for the Senators.  Makes no sense they haven’t used it as the primary logo on their sweaters. 657 Members It’s a very simple cut and paste job.  Copy the updated 2D logo and paste onto the centennial jersey, swapping the silver for gold (or keep as is), and fix the collar.  If they can do a triple colour half collar, there’s no way they couldn’t do the same for the other half.  If they want a primarily black uniform, then stick the 2D onto the black heritage uniform.  Which ever uniform is left over, slap the O logo onto it for the third.  Come up with an updated Peace Tower logo for the shoulder logo.  No flags anywhere.  Put  it on the helmet if they really want it. Share on other sites 1,123 M4One Posted May 1, 2018 277 posts 953 Link to post SportsLogos.Net News That flag is actually what inspired the cape in this version of the centurion. It may be my favorite part; a shining example showing how to incorporate a local design element without forcing it. KittSmith_95center_img MBurmy Location:Denver, CO BJ Sands Members Link to post 1,761 posts This is so them. Link to post 1,172 Ottawa Senators Undecided About Which Logo to Use Going Forward April 30, 2018 – 15:49 PMThe 3d centurion? The heritage “O”? Something else? Whatever logo the Ottawa Senators should use like is always a matter up for debate, even the team itself hasn’t decided what side they’re on. At an team-hosted town hall event held […] Read More… It’s Melnyk. He’s convinced the 3d centurion is the best logo in sports and everything else is crap in comparison. 4,322 Share this post Members 2 5 3 hours ago, Sodboy13 said: 19,560 posts Sodboy13 Sodboy13 crashcarson15 657 This topic is now closed to further replies. 23 Favourite Logos:Minnesota Wild | Hartford Whalers | Toronto Blue Jays Ottawa Senators Undecided About Which Logo to Use Going Forward Location:Chicago 3 344 Sign in to follow this   521 KittSmith_95 1,184 Posted April 30, 2018 Moderators 221 2 hours ago, Bill81361 said: Share this post 2,036 posts Members NoE38_Concepts Phoenix is a bangwagon town 1 Bill81361 Share this post 16 Members Posted May 1, 2018 5,159 Sign in to follow this   I apologize for any decorum 1,761 378 Members Share on other sites Link to post 344 1,172 1,463 2 Share this post 953 MBurmy Posted May 1, 2018 1,172 3 Link to post It’s so silly they don’t use it, because it’s one of the great logos in sports. O, you have to be kidding… 1 Posted May 1, 2018 Sports Logos Favourite Logos:Florida Everblades,Devil Rays [/discussion] Link to post 26,192 1,761 Location:Ajax, Ontario If they’re going to stick with the “O,” should they borrow from the Ottawa flag? 26,192 Location:Canada Share on other sites Share on other sites Share this post Sodboy13 26,192 2,414 It’s perfect that Eugene Melnyk is hesitant to switch to the “O” because Chris Neil told him it’s bad luck. There’s your franchise in a nutshell. Share this post 0 A change was needed. Next Share on other sites CreamSoda 195 NYYNYR Members 3,480 posts 5,159 1,233 posts Posted May 1, 2018 Runnin’ down a dream 6 hours ago, Bill81361 said: SL.N News Forums Home skreeeeeeonk Link to post 19,560 posts Posted May 1, 2018 Share this post 0 sports r fun 5,159 crashcarson15 1,404 posts Share this post Share on other sites [/discussion] 3,735 [/discussion] Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish Posted May 1, 2018 This is so them. twi Eugene: Erik Karlsson is being haunted by the ghosts of Indians and the only way to make them go away is for him to wear an Indian Head. Link to post Why can’t they wear the O and sell stuff and have signage with the Centurion logo, 2d or 3d? Why must they use the same for both? Phoenix is a bangwagon town 2,414 the admiral 823 posts 1,761 Location:Baltimore 2,414 0 Location:Indiana twi 1,597 posts Go To Topic Listing Location:Effington Just a fan who happened to find this page. 221 1,184 Sykotyk Members Sykotyk Posted May 1, 2018 If they’re going to stick with the “O,” should they borrow from the Ottawa flag? 65 Members Share on other sites I have no idea why they changed. The 3d Centurion just looks weird. It’s a horrible angle for a logo. Faces on logos should be mostly looking in profile. Near perfect, or at least almost in profile. Next Followers 1 21,915 posts Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Prev Share this post Bill81361 1,463 5 5,159 1,170 posts This is so much better…. EddieJ1984 Page 1 of 3   andrewharrington BJ Sands 2 hours ago, BJ Sands said: 1 hour ago, MBurmy said: Sports Logo News [/discussion]last_img read more

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A Closer Look at New Winnipeg Jets Third Jersey, Helmet Logo

first_img 4,322 Share this post BBTV M4One 1 521 Share on other sites Share this post C-Squared andrewharrington SL.N News They have the same problem with their current wordmark. Gothamite All Activity 53,283 posts BBTV 10,243 posts A Closer Look at New Winnipeg Jets Third Jersey, Helmet Logo 521 1,233 posts By SportsLogos.Net News, September 10, 2018 in Sports Logo News Sign in to follow this   Sports Logos SportsLogos.Net Forums Home 17,997 Members 2,848 Link to post 2,848 1 Gothamite 1,728 posts Link to post Posted September 10, 2018 22,644 Share this post Link to post Sign in to follow this   Members 0 Share on other sites 22,644 A Closer Look at New Winnipeg Jets Third Jersey, Helmet Logo September 10, 2018 – 15:09 PMThe Winnipeg Jets are rolling out a new wordmark-style logo for the upcoming 2018-2019 NHL season. We first saw the logo as a keychain sent to season ticket holders along with an invitation to attend the unveiling of the club’s […] Read More… 1,172 0 1,597 posts It’s an upgrade over the old work mark.  But, I’m hoping the rumours are not true that will also end up being the logo on the alternate. Share this post Share this post Members Initialisms Suck 521 Agreed.  Remove the lighter blue, maybe replace the thin white outline with that light blue color, and this is a beautiful wordmark.  As it is now, it’s a terrible mess. 46,550 posts 17,997 This topic is now closed to further replies. Members Posted September 14, 2018 Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net center_img Share on other sites Shrink it down, or view it at distance, and the silver obscures the shape of the letters, rendering it a lot less legible than white text on blue would be. The title of the article is misleading.  It should say something like “helmet and third-jersey logo” or “third jersey / helmet logo”.  I thought I was going to see a jersey. NewsBot Link to post Recommended Posts 53,283 posts Followers 1 Members C-Squared 4,322 Link to post 4,322 Posted September 12, 2018 But… why all the outlines!? It looks like a blob on that helmet.  Sports Logo News Forums Home Link to post M4One A Closer Look at New Winnipeg Jets Third Jersey, Helmet Logo 22,644 1,172 Gothamite Followers 1 Go To Topic Listing Share on other sites Sports Logo News 0 Location:CLE · IND · PDX All Activity SportsLogos.Net News Members 0 Posted September 13, 2018 17,997 Gothamite 22,644 22,644 Sports Logos five boroughs, one City. A Closer Look at New Winnipeg Jets Third Jersey, Helmet Logo Link to post 2 Members Posted September 11, 2018 Share this post Share this post 22,644 SportsLogos.Net News Share on other sites five boroughs, one City. Share on other sites Posted September 11, 2018 1,172 2,848 Flip the navy and white, and it looks great. Wouldn’t have hated that Jets workmark for the NYJ in some capacity, even if just for merch. Posted September 11, 2018 andrewharringtonlast_img read more

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