1 Washington Street, San Jose, CA 95192, USA
Description: Under the general direction of the Director for Residential Life, the Assistant Director for Academic Initiatives and Living Learning Communities is part of the Residential Life manager team and is responsible for the development and management of a comprehensive Residential Life Program for almost 4,200 residents and staff living in University Housing Services. The program includes the day to day operation of four residence halls housing 2,325 first year students and two apartment complexes housing 1,750 upper division students, graduate students, faculty, and staff. This Assistant Director for Academic Initiatives and Living Learning Communities position provides general guidance, direction, and oversight for the Residential Life Academic Staff which is comprised of 2 Coordinators for Academics ( SSP IV) and student assistant staff members. The Assistant Director for Academic Initiatives and Living Learning Communities has significant responsibility for implementing initiatives focused on student learning and academic success, Theme Communities, Living and Learning Communities, faculty partnerships, Faculty in Residence, tutoring and academic programs, first year experience, and student retention and persistence efforts. The position is also responsible for administrative duties, budget, crisis management, communication within and outside the university, and works cooperatively with all UHS staff in support and implementation of the UHS mission. The Assistant Director for Academic Initiatives and Living Learning Communities position requires political acumen as it interfaces with faculty, administrators, media, legal counsel, President¿s Cabinet, students¿ families, and other key stakeholders. This position also involves complex collaboration with a variety of entities including, but not limited to Student Affairs, Counseling Services, Student Health and Wellness, academic colleges, Student Involvement, Student Retention, Project Succeed and campus auxiliaries. This is a Live-On position that participates in a 24/7 year round on call duty rotation along with other Residential Life managers providing crisis management and emergency response. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
City of Boynton Beach, FL
Boynton Beach, Florida, United States
Purpose of Classification Our Summer Day Camp Inclusion Counselor position is seasonal. Candidates selected for this position will work starting June 1, 2020 through July 31, 2020. The purpose of this seasonal job classification is to plan and supervise recreation activities during summer day camp programs. Position is responsible for assisting children with disabilities to assimilate into the day camp setting. The City of Boynton Beach Recreation & Parks Department offers an inclusive summer camp program. We invite children of all abilities to participate in summer camp. An Individual Recreation Plan (IRP) will be created for each individual who requests a reasonable modification under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Summer Day Camp Inclusion Counselor is responsible for carrying out the Individual Recreation Plan and documenting the process. This position would typically be scheduled 40 hour per week. Essential Functions The following duties and functions, as outlined herein, are intended to be representative of the type of tasks performed within this classification. They are not listed in any order of importance. The omission of specific statements of the duties or functions does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Other duties may be required and assigned. Participates in orientation training. Becomes familiar with and implements camp policies, procedures, and philosophy as stated in the Summer Camp Staff Manual, and learns the role of the camp counselor. Reviews and implements IRP. Evaluates IRP and provides feedback as needed. Communicates any questions, concerns or feedback to supervisory staff. Organizes and sets up programs and activities; gathers materials, supplies and equipment for use in implementing plans; and supervises recreation activities. Resolves differences that may arise during play. Assists at all camp check-ins and check-outs with assigned roles and responsibilities. Participates in all activities with campers. Encourages and facilitates camper's participation in all activities by implementing appropriate strategies, such as visual structure and reinforcements. Implements behavior management strategies according to the guidelines stated in the Summer Camp Staff Manual. Discusses these strategies with supervisory staff. Greets the public; answers questions about registered participants from parents; meets parents/care providers daily or as needed and discusses the camper's week with them. Discusses with parents of children with disabilities if the agreed upon program modification(s) are being successfully met. Assures that all of the camper's belongings are returned to guardians. Opens and closes the recreation building; checks buildings; reports any maintenance problems; and maintains order in the building. Complies with established policies, procedures, and regulations of the Recreation and Parks Department and the City. Maintains the cleanliness of all areas of camp utilized by campers and camp staff. Completes assigned cleaning jobs. Stores supplies appropriately after use. Performs all other duties as assigned. COMMUNICATION COMPETENCIES Effectively communicates with supervisor, employees, other departments, contractors, engineers, companies, vendors, outside agencies, the public, and other individuals as needed to coordinate work activities, review status of work, exchange information, or resolve problems. Accurately and expeditiously receives and delivers messages and information to the appropriate individuals. Ability to prepare accurate and thorough written records and reports. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions and to complete assigned tasks with minimal supervisory direction. Ability to understand and quickly and accurately follow brief oral and written instructions on moderately complex matters Minimum Qualifications High school diploma or equivalent; Six (6) months previous experience in working with or supervising children in a summer or other day camp or child care setting. Experience must include prior interaction with children with disabilities. Must possess valid CPR/First Aid Certification prior to date of hire and must maintain the certification thereafter. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Possession of Florida State Department of Health Forty (40) hour Childcare Certification. Certified Exceptional Student Education (ESE) Teacher. Valid Florida Driver's License. Supplemental Information KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge and understanding of how to lead and/or participate in all aspects of camp activities. Knowledge of behavior-management techniques. Knowledge of safety regulations and emergency procedures. Knowledge of the child developmental process and needs of youth. Knowledge of group management techniques. Knowledge of the limited abilities of youth as it relates to their ability to participate in recreational activities. Knowledge of environmental factors that could have a negative effect on campers, such as bad weather, water hazards, poison ivy and wild animals. Ability to plan activities for children with disabilities to successfully assimilate the children into the day camp setting and program. Ability to accurately follow the requested accommodation, which may include an individualized inclusion plan, to ensure the needs of children with disabilities are met. Ability to plan and coordinate weekly schedule of activities for youth. Ability to interpret and appropriately apply health and safety regulations to those youth participating in the day camp. Ability to observe each camper daily and check for cuts, bruises, skin rashes, or other indications of illness or injury. Ability to help the campers with daily self-maintenance tasks. Ability to serve as a positive role model for campers, including attitude, punctuality, treating others with respect, sportsmanship, etc. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with camp participants, parents of campers, other camp employees and volunteers. Ability to offer guidance in-group and camp-wide activities. Ability to work as part of a team to ensure that all camper's needs are met in a fair and appropriate way. Ability to observe camper behavior, assess its appropriateness, and initiate necessary action. Ability to remain calm and act resourcefully in an emergency and in stressful situations. Ability to recognize and respond to opportunities for group problem solving. Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Ability to keep camp supplies and equipment in good shape Ability to work with a variety of age and skill levels. PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS / ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS Physical Ability : Tasks require the ability to exert very moderate physical effort in light work, typically involving some combination of stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling, and which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of heavy weight (75 pounds). Sensory Requirements : Some tasks require the ability to perceive and discriminate visual cues or signals. Tasks require the ability to communicate orally. Environmental Factors : Essential functions are regularly performed indoors and outdoors, with possible exposure to adverse environmental conditions. When working outdoors, may be exposed to a variety of environmental conditions, including high temperatures, humidity, moisture, odors, insects, and distracting noises. The City of Boynton Beach, Florida, is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S. C. 12101 et. seq.), the City of Boynton Beach will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. A review of this position has excluded the marginal functions of the position that are incidental to the performance of fundamental job duties. All duties and responsibilities are essential job functions and requirements are subject to possible modifications to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. To perform this job successfully, the incumbent(s) will possess the abilities and aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat of significant risk to the health or safety of themselves or others. Requirements are representative of the minimum level of knowledge, skills, and ability.
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Introduction The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is committed to providing quality health services to Oklahoma citizens. The mission of the Department of Health is to promote, protect and improve the health of all Oklahomans through strategies that focus on preventing disease and injuries. OSDH is seeking a temporary Administrative Technician III providing support and traveling to the Carter, Garvin, Jefferson, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray, Pontotoc, and Stephens County Health Departments. This is an unclassified position in state government, located in Ardmore, OK. The hourly salary for this position is up to $15.39 based on education and experience. Position Description: This position will independently perform technical duties and provide support to professional and technical staff at the County Health Departments. In addition, this position will serve to meet the expanded need in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. •Maintains a variety of records such as perpetual inventories of supplies and materials, and statements of expenditures; reconciles departmental records with central records; prepares correspondence, forms and reports. •Initiates and handles correspondence relating to a special field or program in regards to agency or program rules, policies, procedures, or requirements. •Performs a variety of sorting and filing tasks; answers the phone, takes messages, and disseminates information; opens, sorts, distributes, collects, and delivers mail; performs a number of tasks such as posting and recording data. •Produces documents of various levels of complexity, ranging from plain copy typing to the manipulation of data to create complex presentations. •Enters and retrieves information using personal computer or other data processing equipment, and receives and reviews coded and uncoded source documents; proofs previously entered data and makes routine corrections. •Examines, checks, and verifies reports and other documents for completeness, appropriateness, adequacy, and conformity to established requirements, and follows up on discrepancies. •Maintains an inventory of equipment and supplies used in office or shop operations; receives or delivers materials and equipment. •Reviews and processes claims from vendors, contractors, medical providers and others for reimbursement or payment under various state programs. •Assists customers in securing needed information and documents; conducts interviews to obtain information from clients; provides transportation or other assistance to clients as required. •This is the specialist level where employees will independently perform most complex and technical duties, such as preparing presentations through manipulation of data, or preparing documents for audits or special reports. Some responsibility may be assigned for the functional supervision of other employees on a limited basis. Physical Demands and Work Environment Work is typically performed in an office setting with a climate controlled settings and exposure to moderate noise level. While performing the duties of the job, employee is required to talk, stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. This position requires long period of sitting and daily use of computer and phone. Work related travel required. Applicant must be willing to perform all job-related travel associated with this position. Education and Experience Education and Experience requirements at this level consist of two years of clerical office experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Valued Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge, Skills and Abilities required at this level include knowledge of office methods and procedures; and of grammar, punctuation, spelling, and basic mathematics. Skill is required to operate office machines including computers/PCs. Ability is required to follow oral and written instructions and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Plus knowledge of preparing and interpreting charts and graphs; of basic bookkeeping procedures; of mathematics; of inventory techniques; of telephone procedures; and of standard business communications. Ability is required to establish and maintain filing systems and to prepare documents. Plus knowledge of current office technologies; and ability to prepare documents, reports, and files for dissemination to external sources. NOTES NOTES/REQUIREMENTS: If education, certification or licensure is required to meet qualifications, applicants must provide documentation at the time of interview . All applicants are subject to a background check and must be legally authorized to work in the United States without visa sponsorship. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT WORKING AT THE OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH CLICK HERE Please read instructions carefully and include all required documents when you submit your application. No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted. Conclusion Veteran's Preference Points Apply only for initial appointment in the Classified Service. Closing Date/Time: Continuous