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Employment | Prison Program Manager at CIW

Insight Garden Program (IGP) - Prison Program Manager Position
California Institution for Women (CIW)

Applications due Monday, July 15, 2019 



About Insight Garden Program
IGP facilitates an innovative curriculum combined with vocational gardening and landscaping training so that
people in prison can reconnect to self, community, and the natural world. This “inner” and “outer” gardening
approach transforms lives, ends ongoing cycles of incarceration, and creates safer communities.
The program helps to break the cycle of incarceration though learning approaches from neuroscience both in
the classroom and in flower and vegetable gardens. Its holistic model provides: 1) an ecological and systems
view of life; 2) permaculture vegetable and flower skills and active gardening; 3) “inner gardening” behavioral
tools to build emotional intelligence; and 4) life and work skills focused on accountability, responsibility,
teamwork and leadership. For more information, see www.insightgardenprogram.org .

Position Summary
Through a grant secured by the Claremont College's through the Andrew Mellon Foundation, IGP is expanding to
California Institution for Women (CIW). IGP seeks a part-time Program Manager who will work directly with our
Program Director and the prison to support ongoing logistics involved with weekly in-prison programming and to
be a lead facilitator. IGP will also consider contracting with a community organization for these Program
Manager responsibilities.

The Program Manager will be responsible for handling class logistics in the prison, recruiting and managing
volunteers, and administering the program weekly. The PM will also organize and oversee (with volunteer help)
the planning and construction of a flower and/or vegetable garden in the prison.
The position requires a dynamic person with management experience who can navigate complex systems, has
solid facilitation, negotiation and communication skills, as well as great attention to detail. Experience working
with incarcerated women and the ability to attract and effectively utilize community support, including
volunteers, is essential.

This is a part-time independent contractor position averaging 10 hours/week with additional hours for
training and garden design & installation. This is a one year contract with possibility to renew, starting at an
hourly rate of $37.50. Tentative start date is September 1, 2019.

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Community and Relationship-Building
● PM will recruit volunteers to help with weekly classes at the prison.
● PM will arrange orientation sessions for potential volunteers as needed.
● PM will work with IGP to recruit volunteers to receive the IGP facilitator training.
● With the support of IGP’s Program Manager, the PM will develop relationships with local
community-based organizations.

Prison Relationship-Building + Logistics
● Develop relationships with key prison administration and custody officials and become familiar with the
prison’s chain of command and all procedures.
● Develop close working relationship with CIW’s Community Partnership Manager to run personnel
clearances for volunteers and visitors, materials clearances for all equipment and class materials.

Course Management & Facilitation
● Attend IGP’s facilitation training, and become familiar with IGP’s program, core vision and values,
mission and flow of lesson plans.
● Demonstrate strong facilitation skills, including managing group dynamics and a deep appreciation for
diversity and cultural inclusion.
● Organize and schedule lesson plans with co-facilitator and volunteers for weekly classes.
● Lead or co-facilitate one session per week from the IGP curriculum.
● Have some content experience in any or all of the following: gardening, environmental issues, science,
food-farming-urban agriculture, etc.
● Familiarity with transformative leadership development a plus.
● Familiarity with restorative justice principles a plus.
IGP Administrative
● Timely response on emails/texts from IGP staff (within one business day).
● Use Google Drive to track all program documentation.
● Record your hours worked in QuickBooks Online. Payroll is run twice monthly.
● Submit IGP Reimbursement Requests or Purchase Orders for classroom & garden expenses.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
● Passion for IGP’s mission and vision.
● Excellent communication, relationship management and interpersonal skills.
● Experience working within corrections or with an organization working within a prison.
● Ability to coordinate complex logistics and great attention to detail.
● Respect for prison authority and ability to manage potentially challenging situations.
● Ability to brainstorm and collaborate closely with prison officials.
● Cultural competence and sensitivity to race, class and gender issues within a prison context.
● Flexibility and patience.
● Solid facilitation skills.

If you are interested in this position, please complete this form at https://forms.gle/AuDCVjVFQfFTLpxP9 and
send your resume to Amanda@insightgardenprogram.org.
Applications submitted by any other method will not be considered.

 

 

Employment | List of positions in the Humanities

List of positions in the Humanities


·  Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Part-Time Instructors 
University of California, Irvine Division of Continuing Education - Education & Business

·  Postdoctoral Scholar on Online Learning Environments 
University of California, Irvine School of Education - Education 

Employment | Lecturer in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at University of Maine

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, april 16, 2019

Lecturer in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
University of Maine

Review of Applications to begin: April 30


Position Title:

Lecturer in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (id:54902)

Campus:

Orono

Department:

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality - OWIC

Bargaining Unit:

AFUM

Location:

Orono, ME

Statement of the Job:

The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at the University of Maine invites applications for a one-year fixed-length lecturer position in WGS. We seek a dynamic and devoted educator to instruct on-campus courses for our majors and minors as well as support the substantial general education curriculum that our program provides.

Essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Four on-campus undergraduate courses in Women’s, Gender, and Sexualities Studies per semester (this includes our introductory course; one course in transnational feminism; and at least one course in the applicant’s area of specialization as a topics course)
  • Some additional responsibilities in undergraduate student advising, curriculum development, and event consultation

About the University:

The University of Maine is a community of more than 11,200 undergraduate and graduate students, and 2,500 employees located on the Orono campus and throughout the state. UMaine is the state land and sea grant university and maintains a leadership role as the System’s flagship university.  As a result, it is dedicated to providing excellent teaching, research, and service at the university, state, and national levels.

Further information about UMaine can be found at https://umaine.edu/

The University of Maine offers a wide range of benefits for employees including, but not limited to, tuition benefits (employee and dependent), comprehensive insurance coverage including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and short and long term disability as well as retirement plan options. As a former NSF ADVANCE institution, the University of Maine is committed to diversity in our workforce and to dual-career couples.

UMaine is located in beautiful Central Maine. Many employees report that a primary reason for choosing to come to UMaine is quality of life.  Numerous cultural activities, excellent public schools, safe neighborhoods, high quality medical care, little traffic, and a reasonable cost of living make the greater Bangor area a wonderful place to live. 

Learn more about what the Bangor region has to offer here.

Qualifications:

Required:

  • A Ph.D. (or ABD with master’s in hand) in Women’s, Gender and/or Sexuality Studies or a field with a focus in gender and/or feminist studies.
  • Effective communication skills.
  • Ability to teach from an intersectional standpoint.
  • Ability to teach introductory-level course and upper-level undergraduate course in transnational feminisms.
  • Demonstrated commitment to teaching a diverse group of students.

Preferred:

  • Evidence of excellence in teaching at undergraduate level and in a lively face-to-face environment.
  • Commitment to furthering and staying current in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies or related areas of specialization.
  • Experience teaching and/or designing courses in specialties such as (but are not limited to): transnational feminisms, intersections between race and gender, queer studies, trans studies, activism, disability studies.
  • Experience facilitating difficult dialogues with undergraduate students.
  • Curriculum development skills in areas related to WGS.

Other Information:

Materials must be submitted via "Apply For Position" below. You will need to create a profile and application; upload:

1.) a cover letter which describes your experience, interests, and suitability for the position;
2.) a resume/curriculum vitae;
3.) contact information for three professional references and;
4.) a one-page teaching philosophy addressing your perspectives on diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

You will also need to submit the affirmative action survey, the self-identification of disability form, and the self-identification of veteran status forms. Incomplete application materials cannot be considered. Materials received after the initial review date will be reviewed at the discretion of the University.

Search Timeline is as follows:
Review of applications to begin: April 30, 2019
Screening interviews to begin no earlier than: May 7, 2019
On-site interviews to begin no earlier than: May 15, 2019
Tentative start date: September 1, 2019

For questions about the search, please contact Laurie Cartier, Administrative Support for the Search, at umaine.wgs@maine.edu or (207) 581-1228. For more information about the program please visit our website at umaine.edu/wgs.

Appropriate background checks are required.

The University of Maine is an EEO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, genetic information or veteran’s status in employment, education, and all other programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Sarah E. Harebo, Director of Equal Opportunity, 101 North Stevens Hall, University of Maine, Orono, ME  04469-5754, 207.581.1226, TTY 711 (Maine Relay System).

Length:

Academic Year (Sept-May)

Required Documents:

Cover Letter, References, Resume/CV, Teaching Statement

 

Employment | Writing Consultants at Center for Writing & Rhetoric

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, april 09, 2019

Writing Consultants 
CGU Creative Writing Consultant

Applications due Thursday, April 25


You can find the job ad on Handshake and on their website.  If you have any questions, please email us at cwr@cgu.edu.

Cwr hiring 2019 2020

Employment | Learning Experience Observer at TCCS

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, april 02, 2019

Oxy religious studies adjunct professor s open call spring 2020oxy-religious-studies-adjunct-professor-s-open-call-spring-2020-.docx (60.44 KB)

Adjunct Instructor, Religious Studies Department
Applications due Tuesday, April 23


Occidental College is seeking to hire adjunct instructor(s) to teach two courses in the Religious Studies dept in Spring 2020. 

If desired, there is also a possibility of the new hire also teaching course(s) in Oxy’s first-year writing program. Please see the attached document. 

Employment | Part Time Faculty Position at CSUN

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 12, 2019

Csun religion part time faculty positioncsun-religion-part-time-faculty-position.pdf (97.83 KB)

Attached you will find an announcement with application instructions for a part time faculty position at California State University Northridge in the Religious Studies department.

 

Employment | Peer Health Educator at Health Education Outreach

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

Peer Health Educator at Health Education Outreach


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

Peer Health Educator

Job Description:

Job Purpose
Peer Health Educators (PHEs) help facilitate learning and promote healthy lifestyles for their peers on health topics such as nutrition, fitness, stress management, sexual health, alcohol/drugs, and sleep. PHEs assist Health Educators in planning and implementing health promotion programs, workshops, and outreach activities for students, staff, and faculty of the Claremont Colleges. Other responsibilities include assisting students that come into Health Education Outreach (HEO) with services such as condoms, massage chair, HIV testing, research, and program assistance.

Essential Functions

Planning and Implementing Health Education program/workshops/outreach

  • Utilizing current research (NCHA, ACHA, etc) to create programs that support the mission of HEO
  • Marketing and advertising through the use of email, Facebook, campus adds, and other media outlets
  • Presentations to the students of The Claremont Colleges on the resources HEO provides Trainings and outreach to the students of The Claremont Colleges
  • Evaluation of programs/trainings/outreach utilizing learning outcomes and electronic evaluation processes.

Provide in Office Services
Provide and do research as necessary per program requirements

Engage with students and other student staff to provide one-on-one peer education, resources, and programming
Maintaining office standards by keeping the office organize and efficient
Research Interest Topics
Provide related programming/outreach on self-selected topics utilizing current research and data (NCHA, ACHA, etc.)
Update office resources (pamphlets, print material, DVD, etc.) as new research and resources become available.
Education

Required Education Summary

Must be currently enrolled as a student at The Claremont Colleges.

Preferred Experience Summary
Preferred work/volunteer experience in a health and wellness related
organization or club and a high interest in Health Education, Public Health, Design/Graphics, Media, and Promotion.

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills

Excellent communication skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Ability to work collaboratively with and among a diverse population of faculty,students, staff and other customers of The Claremont Colleges. Respect and sensitivity to race, gender, culture, religion, sexual orientation, and individual capabilities are required.

Computer skills: proficient in Microsoft Office
Work Schedule                                     

 The regular hours for this part time position are between 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday–Friday. Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be requested. Regular hours may vary due to needs of the organization or business unit.

 

Employment | Digital Research Studio Fellow Level 2 at Digital Humanities

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

Digital Research Studio Fellow Level 2 at Digital Humanities


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

Digital Research Studio Fellow - Level 2

Job Description:

The Research Studio Fellow II is an advanced student position that will work closely with the Mellon DH staff in the coordination and implementation of the Digital Research Studio (DRS) space and program. This will be centered on providing support for student, staff and faculty projects run through the (DRS) as clinics, projects and DRS courses. The Fellow will be present for all meetings, classes and activities when applicable, will provide guidance and support to students, staff, and/or faculty, and perform research/development tasks related to the activities of their designated projects as described by the Digital Humanities Project Manager and an assigned faculty co-supervisor if applicable. Certain engagements with other programs at The Claremont Colleges may also be required.  The Research Studio Fellow II differs from the Research Studio Fellow in that that Fellow II’s will be provided with project management opportunities in addition to the regular duties of Research Studio Fellows.

Essential Functions:

  • Provide project management for assigned projects.
  • Provide in-person technology assistance with a high level of customer service.
  • Assist in developing and supporting digital scholarship projects.
  • Identify patron digital scholarship needs and devise strategies for meeting those needs, including referring the patron to a librarian or staff member when appropriate.
  • Facilitate workshops and one-on-one training sessions on digital scholarship tools, such as WordPress, Adobe Creative Suite, and data visualization software, such as Tableau.
  • Create online and print training materials and guides for software and hardware that the DH@CC team supports.
  • Arrive on time for scheduled shifts.
  • Attend initial training.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
  • Adhere to the strict confidentiality policies of Mellon DH and the Claremont Colleges Services.
  • Opportunities for advanced responsibilities as skills and semester performance reflections support.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
  • Strong customer service focus
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
  • Ability to learn and perform new tasks quickly and effectively.
  • Punctuality, dependability, and flexibility.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Familiarity with Digital Humanities research methodologies

Preferred Knowledge and Critical Skills:

  • Ability to identify and meet the digital scholarship and DH project planning needs of faculty, students, and staff.
  • Knowledge of instructional design principles and best practices
  • Familiarity with copyright and intellectual property issues
  • Demonstrated technical facility in at least one of the following areas:
    • Web development and design
    • Audio/Video capture and editing
    • Data analysis and visualization
    • Digital storytelling

Required Education:

Must be currently enrolled and attending one of The Claremont Colleges.

 

Required Hours:

Up to 20 hours per week, which may include evenings and weekends.

Employment | CLIR CCEPS Fellow at TCCS

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

CLIR CCEPS Fellow at TCCS


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

CLIR CCEPS Fellow

Job Description:

Essential Functions:

• Reformat and edit of still photography, documents, reports, and other archival materials for the CCDL as needed.
• Utilize specialized equipment, software, and resources for digitization, reformatting, and conversion including: Adobe CC (Photoshop, Acrobat) and large format camera.
• Perform imaging, post-processing, quality control, optical character recognition, text markup, metadata creation and editing, data entry, and file management.
• Upload digital surrogates into digital asset management system.
• Observe, document and follow-up any copyright issues in accordance with grant specifications.
• Update workflow documentation and records under the direction of the supervisor.
• Write weekly reflective posts about digitizing and creating metadata for the CCEPS blog, “Out of the Box,” and provide written weekly updates to supervisor.
• Give a culminating presentation about project work at end of semester.
• Participate in online exhibits, events, conferences, workshops and training sessions as needed.
• Read all communication from library staff and remain current on library policies and procedures.
• Arrive on time for scheduled shifts.
• Attend student worker program meetings/socials and additional training sessions as needed or required.
• Opportunity to work in a specialized department in the library with more advanced training.

Required Education Summary:

Must be currently enrolled and attending one of The Claremont Colleges.

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills:

● Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
● Attention to detail.
● Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
● Ability to learn and perform new tasks quickly and effectively.
● Ability to learn digitization software and equipment.
● Ability to work independently, take initiative, and multitask.

Preferred Knowledge and Critical Skills:

● Specialized interest and knowledge of local water history, water in the West, environmental analysis and/or multimedia disciplines.
● Familiarity with digitization software such as: Adobe CC (Photoshop, Acrobat).
● Prior digitization experience.
● Familiarity with CONTENTdm or other digital asset management systems.

Work Schedule:

The regular hours for this Part time position will vary, Monday–Friday. Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be required. Regular hours may vary due to needs of the organization or business unit.

Employment | CCEPS Archival Fellow at TCCS

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

CCEPS Archival Fellow at TCCS


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

CCEPS Archival Fellow

Job Description:

The Claremont Center for Engagement with Primary Sources (CCEPS)integrates primary source materials more fully into the teaching and research mission of the Claremont colleges by providing hands-on experience for both undergraduate and graduate-level students, while enhancing access to archival collections. Working in the CCEPS allows students to gain experience with primary sources and receive compensation at a rate competitive with similar on-campus employment options. Positions are for a limited duration of 1 semester- approximately 12-15 weeks.

Essential Functions:

Under guidance of archival supervisor, the fellow will:

•Process manuscript/ archival collections following national standards and best practices.

•Survey archival collections and appraise their archival value to determine the need for permanence.

•Write a processing work-plan identifying the series arrangement in a collection.

•Sort and arrange the collection based on the identified series.

•Re-house the collection identifying items requiring conservation work.

•Label and number folders and boxes.

•Create inventory at item, folder or box level – depending on collection.

•Complete all components of the finding aid including front matter, a biographical history or an organizational history, scope and content note, series description, and folder – level containing listing.

•Enter data into Archivists’ Toolkit (or similar archival software) for finding aid production.

Required Experience Summary:

•Enrolled students at The Claremont Colleges with academic interests in arts and design, humanities, social sciences, or archival work.

Preferred Experience Summary:

•Reading knowledge of a second language- Spanish, Russian, German, French.

 

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills:

•Demonstrated ability to work independently and yet does not hesitate to raise questions as needed.

•Excellent computer skills, such as experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.

•Effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.

•Commitment to total hour requirement for internship.

•Student must be enthusiastic, detail-oriented and flexible

Work Schedule:

The regular hours for this Part time position are will vary, Monday–Friday. Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be required. Regular hours may vary due to needs of the organization or business unit.

 

Employment | Lead Peer Health Educator at Health Education Outreach

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

Lead Peer Health Educator at Health Education Outreach


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

Lead Peer Health Educator

Job Description:

Lead Peer Health Educators (Lead PHEs) serve as the first line of communication and support for Peer Health Educators (PHEs). They advise and guide PHEs in their essential duties, such as assisting students in accessing resources and services at Health Education Outreach (HEO).

Essential Functions: The incumbent performs these essential duties and responsibilities.

Required Qualifications: The following qualifications must be met in order to meet the requirements:

Must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate student at the Claremont Colleges, and have served as a PHE for at least one full school year at HEO.

Preferred Qualifications: The following qualifications are preferred: Preferred education includes

Preferred work/volunteer experience in a health and wellness related organization or club and a high interest in Health Education, Public Health, Design/Graphics, Social Media, and Health Promotion

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills: This position must possess the knowledge, skills and abilities to be able to successfully perform the essential functions of the job or must be able to demonstrate how the essential functions will be performed (with or without reasonable accommodation) using other knowledge, skills and abilities not listed below:

Required Hours: Lead PHEs may work up to 15 hours a week. HEO office hours are 10am-7pm, Monday-Friday. Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be required, with prior notice and pay.

  • Provide training and support to student staffs during PHE training
  • Maintain office standards by ensuring that PHEs are familiar with the locations and procedures corresponding to HEO’s services and resources
  • Communicate with the Coordinator and Graduate Program Assistant about needs, issues, and concerns among student staff
  • Plan and implement health education program/workshops/outreach
    • Market and advertise through the use of email, Facebook, campus ads, and other media outlets
    • Present to the students of the Claremont Colleges on the resources HEO provides
    • Evaluate programs
  • Keep resources and referrals up to date, including information for the Pregnancy Testing and Birth Control Education program, as well as the Peer Wellness Coaching resources
  • Coordinate with potential collaborators and Ambassadors for student volunteer involvement in HEO’s programs and daily operations
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Ability to work collaboratively with and among a diverse population of faculty, students, staff and other customers of The Claremont Colleges.
  • Respect and sensitivity to race, gender, culture, religion, sexual orientation, and individual capabilities.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Windows OS.

Employment | Community Service and Activities Coordinator at McAlister Center

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

 Community Service and Activities Coordinator at McAlister Center for Religious Studies


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

Community Service and Activities Coordinator

Job Description:

Job Purpose: The McAlister Center for Religious Activities, part of the Students Affairs division of The Claremont Colleges Services (TCCS), is looking for an energetic and flexible team member who will recruit for and coordinate community service efforts, and provide administrative support for the programs of the Chaplains of The Claremont Colleges.

Essential Functions: The incumbent performs these essential duties and responsibilities.

Community Engagement Responsibilities

  • Organize, advertise, and execute community service events.  Past events have included: Gandhi Day of Service, Sarah Winnemucca Day of Service, MLK Day of Service, Cesar Chavez Day of Service, World Aids Day, and Gaypril
  • Advise and support the McAlister Volunteers student group
  • Liaise with interested affiliated students organizations of the McAlister Center to direct and coordinate their community service energies
  • Develop and maintain collaborative partnerships with other student-facing offices for the purposes of community service; serves as TCCS’ liaison to the 7CEON group

Programming Responsibilities

  • Develop programs for, and/or provide assistance to four (4) faith-based Chaplains (Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, and Protestant).  Additionally, support the programming efforts of non-faith based individuals or groups
  • Communications and outreach: web-based networking, maintaining website, publicity, digital media, social media, and e-newsletters
  • Logistical support and attendance at programs which may occur on evenings, weekends, and holidays (e.g. set up, clean up).
  • Occasional grant writing as needed for spiritual/faith-based initiatives.
  • Procurement of supplies for events
  • Develop efficient methods for  metrics data collection and analysis (qualitative and quantitative)
  • Other duties as assigned

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Participate in Chaplains planning meetings
  • Work with AVPSA and Chaplains to develop and maintain programming budget (e.g. reporting expenses, etc.)

Required Qualifications: The following qualifications must be met in order to meet the requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Driver License

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Flexible, organized, creative, energetic spirit
  • Experience working with college student population
  • Good judgment, tact and diplomacy
  • Commitment to interfaith pluralism
  • Basic religious literacy
  • Excellent planning, communication, and interpersonal skills  
  • Capable of working both independently and as part of a team
  • Have the ability to prioritize and handle multiple assignments
  • Grant writing
  • Proficiency with social media (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.)
  • Proficiency with Outlook and its Calendar features
  • Proven experience with basic graphic design, video, photo, and editing capabilities.
  • Ability to lift 30lbs

Required Hours: The Coordinator’s work hours may vary according to scheduled programming. The responsibilities of the Coordinator require availability on some evening and some weekend hours.  Programs frequently occur in the evenings when students are available. Some religious services are held on the weekends. Generally, the McAlister Center is open from 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday.

Employment | Digital Research Studio Fellow Level 1 at Digital Humanities

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

Digital Research Studio Fellow - Level 1 at Digital Humanities at The Claremont Colleges 


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

Digital Research Studio Fellow - Level 1

Job Description:

The Research Studio Fellow is an advanced student position that will work closely with the Mellon DH staff in the coordination and implementation of the Digital Research Studio (DRS) space and program. This will be centered on providing support for student, staff and faculty projects run through the (DRS) as clinics, projects and DRS courses. The Fellow will be present for all meetings, classes and activities when applicable, will provide guidance and support to students, staff, and/or faculty, and perform research/development tasks related to the activities of their designated projects as described by the Digital Humanities Project Manager and an assigned faculty co-supervisor if applicable. Certain engagements with other programs at The Claremont Colleges may also be required. 

Essential Functions:

  • Provide in-person technology assistance with a high level of customer service.
  • Assist in developing and supporting digital scholarship projects.
  • Identify patron digital scholarship needs and devise strategies for meeting those needs, including referring the patron to a librarian or staff member when appropriate.
  • Facilitate workshops and one-on-one training sessions on digital scholarship tools, such as WordPress, Adobe Creative Suite, and data visualization software, such as Tableau.
  • Create online and print training materials and guides for software and hardware that the DH@CC team supports. Arrive on time for scheduled shifts.
  • Attend initial training.
  • Adhere to the strict confidentiality policies of Mellon DH and The Claremont Colleges Services.
  • Opportunities for advanced responsibilities as skills and semester performance reflections support.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills:

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
  • Strong customer service focus
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
  • Ability to learn and perform new tasks quickly and effectively.
  • Punctuality, dependability, and flexibility.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Familiarity with Digital Humanities research methodologies

Preferred Knowledge and Critical Skills:

  • Ability to identify and meet the digital scholarship and DH project planning needs of faculty, students, and staff.
  • Knowledge of instructional design principles and best practices
  • Familiarity with copyright and intellectual property issues
  • Demonstrated technical facility in at least one of the following areas:
    • Web development and design
    • Audio/Video capture and editing
    • Data analysis and visualization
    • Digital storytelling

Required Education:

Must be currently enrolled and attending one of The Claremont Colleges.

Required Hours:

Up to 20 hours per week, which may include evenings and weekends.

Employment | Library Student Assistant 1 at Honnold Mudd Library

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

Library Student Assistant Level 1 at Honnold Mudd Library


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

Library Student Assistant 1

Job Description:

Library Student Assistants, Level 1, work closely with staff at The Claremont Colleges in serving its users. They practice excellent customer service, learn about library policies and resources, and help maintain the collection. Library Students Assistants, as the face of the library, provide a welcoming presence and excellent customer service to all library patrons.

Essential Functions:

• Provide in-person and telephone assistance at all service points with a high level of customer service.
• Identify patron needs and devise strategies for meeting those needs, including referring the patron to a librarian or staff member when appropriate.
• Provide information about events, facilities, collections, services, and policies at The Claremont Colleges Library, The Claremont Colleges, and The Claremont Colleges Services.
• Assist patrons in locating print materials within the library.
• Assist patrons with the use of the online catalog, electronic resources, WiFi, computer login, multi-function printers, projectors, microfilm, and other available technology.
• Perform general circulation duties, including checking items in and out, navigating patron and item records, processing holds and fines, and other circulation core functions, etc.
• Participate in collection maintenance by organizing and re-shelving books, processing new books, and processing Search Requests and Claims Returned, etc.
• Read all communication from library staff and remain current on library policies and procedures.
• Arrive on time for scheduled shifts and pick up additional shifts as needed.
• Attend student worker program meetings/socials and additional training sessions as needed or required.
• Adhere to the strict confidentiality policies of the library.
• Record usage statistics and gather additional data as requested.
• Contribute to one-time and continuing data-gathering, analysis, and assessment projects.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.

Required Education Summary:

• Currently enrolled and attending one of The Claremont Colleges.

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills:

• Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
• Strong customer service focus.
• Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
• Ability to learn and perform new tasks quickly and effectively.
• Punctuality, dependability, and flexibility.
• Attention to detail.

Preferred Knowledge and Critical Skills:

• Knowledge of techniques necessary to identify and meet the research and service needs of library patrons.
• Expertise with the online catalog, electronic resources, and technology used in the library.
• Familiarity with events, facilities, collections, services, and policies at The Claremont Colleges Library, The Claremont Colleges, and The Claremont Colleges Services.

Work Schedule:

Students average 8-19 hours weekly, including evenings and weekends. Shifts may be available during breaks from classes on request.

Employment | Learning Experience Observer at TCCS

  • By cgusah
  • On Tuesday, march 05, 2019

Learning Experience Observer


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents. For more information, and to apply click here

Job Posting Title:

Learning Experience Observer

Job Description:

The Learning Experience Observation Program is designed to achieve a deeper understanding of teaching and learning that comes from shared analysis and revision between faculty and students. The Learning Experience Observation Programs pairs students (observers) and faculty to work together over the course of a semester. The goals of the program are to

  • Allow faculty and students to explore questions relating to teaching and learning in an affirming way so as to improve and develop effective classroom practices,
  • Foster open, critical, constructive dialogue between faculty and students in support of good teaching,
  • Change the culture at the Claremont Colleges so that dialogues about teaching and learning among faculty and students is natural, common, and desired.

Learning Experience Observers (LEOs) are students who observe a faculty member's class and meet with them weekly to provide insights and feedback. LEOs will receive ongoing training from The Claremont Colleges Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). 

Essential Functions: Learning Experience Observers (LEOs) are expected to perform these duties and responsibilities:

  • Be on time for the class being observed and all weekly meetings with faculty and CTL staff
  • Communicate clearly and have an open mind. Withhold judgment.
  • Take detailed notes during each class observation that will be the basis of weekly meetings with the faculty partner.
  • Advise CTL staff if any questions or issues arise.
  • Keep in confidence all that is observed, between CTL staff and faculty partner.

Required Experience

  • The LEO does not have to have any prior experience with the subject matter for the class being observed.

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills: Candidates must possess the knowledge, skills and abilities to be able to successfully perform the essential functions of the job or must be able to demonstrate how the essential functions will be performed (with or without reasonable accommodation) using other knowledge, skills and abilities not listed below:

  • High degree of emotional intelligence
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

Preferred Knowledge and Critical Skills

  • It is also helpful if the Learning Experience Observer has knowledge and experience with matters relating to equity, diversity, justice in higher education.

Required Education:

  • Must be currently enrolled and attending any of The Claremont Colleges (graduate or undergraduate).

Required Hours: Approximately 4 hours a week for class observation, debrief with faculty, and training meetings. Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be required. Regular hours may vary due to needs of the organization or business unit.

Employment | Visiting Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor

Visiting Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor, International and Intercultural Studies, Pitzer College
Applications Due: Friday, February 8, but applications will be considered until the position is filled. 


The International and Intercultural Studies department at Pitzer College invites applicants for two sabbatical replacement courses, one in fall of 2019 and the other in the spring of 2020.  The courses are scheduled to be taught in the academic year 2019-20020, one in fall semester, 2019, and one in spring semester, 2020, and there may be flexibility about the course time and day.

The first course will be taught in fall, 2019, and is titled “Resistance to Monoculture.” This course traditionally has been taught as a critical analysis of the cultural and socio-economic impacts of colonization, imperialism, and corporate globalization, including anti-globalization resistance movements and indigenous language and cultural resurgence efforts. The course also gives attention to gender, class, race, and sexual diversity issues, so applicants with interest in teaching Gender Studies and/or Indigenous Studies courses are welcome.  There will be some flexibility in course content to be determined by the visiting faculty member’s areas of expertise. The fall course has an emphasis on interdisciplinary perspectives and is cross-listed in Gender and Feminist Studies.

The second course will be taught in spring, 2020 semester and is titled “Contemporary Political and Social Movements in the Third World.” The Social Movements class focuses on political and social movements in the Third World or Global South which include indigenous movements, environmental movements, grassroots and peasant movements, anti-globalization movements, and other related topics of expertise for the successful applicant.

The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate some graduate training in one or more relevant interdisciplinary fields. We seek candidates with Ph. D. or Advanced Graduate Student Standing (ABDs).  Some teaching experience is required, and teaching evaluations must be submitted as part of application materials. Applicants are welcome to apply to teach both courses in cases where they have relevant teaching, research, or community engagement expertise in both areas. A complete application will include a letter of application, curriculum vitae, course evaluations or other evidence of excellence in teaching, research, and community engagement. The deadline for applications is February 8, but applications will be considered until the position is filled.

Pitzer College has a strong institutional commitment to diversity in all areas and strongly encourages candidates from underrepresented groups. We favor candidates who can contribute to the College’s distinctive educational objectives, which promote interdisciplinary perspectives, intercultural understanding, and concern with social justice, social responsibility and the ethical implications of knowledge and action. Pitzer College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, and is a member of the Claremont Colleges Consortium east of Los Angeles.

To apply, send letter of application, curriculum vitae, selected evidence of excellence in teaching and research, statement of teaching philosophy, and two letters of recommendation via email to Joe Parker, IIS convenor, at joe_parker@pitzer.edu. Additionally, candidates should include a separate statement that addresses how their cultural, experiential, and/or academic background contributes to the understanding of diversity at the College. Electronic documents are required in one of the following formats: MS Word or PDF.  

Employment | HEO Graduate Program Assistant

HEO Graduate Program Assistant (GPA)
Apply for this Job posting here 


NOTE TO APPLICANT:  Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your application.  You may submit both documents as one attachment in the My Experience section of the application under the "resume/CV" upload section, or as separate attachments. Once you submit your application, you will not be able to attach additional documents.

 

Job Posting Title:

HEO Graduate Program Assistant (GPA)

 

Job Description:

Essential Functions: The incumbent performs these essential duties and responsibilities.

 

• Develop and coordinate programs targeting students of The Claremont Colleges, including graduate students, using the Eight Dimensions of Health and Wellness

• Logistical support and attendance of HEO programs, which may occur on weekdays, evenings, and/or weekends

• Assist with program conceptualization, creation, and evaluation with Peer Health Educators (PHEs)

• Publicity and marketing of programs (including e-mails, flyers, newspaper, calendars, brochures, website, Facebook, RSVPs)

• Assist with student engagement tracking and annual feedback survey

• Other duties as assigned

 

Required Qualifications: The following qualifications must be met in order to meet the requirements: Must be enrolled in a master’s-level graduate program or higher at either Claremont Graduate University or Keck Graduate Institute.

 

Preferred Qualifications: The following qualifications are preferred:

Experience planning and promoting small and large-scale events and information campaigns

Experience working with diverse student populations, including students of color, students with disabilities, low-income and/or first-generation students, international students, members of the LGTBQ+ community, etc.

 

Required Knowledge and Critical Skills: This position must possess the knowledge, skills and abilities to be able to successfully perform the essential functions of the job or must be able to demonstrate how the essential functions will be performed (with or without reasonable accommodation) using other knowledge, skills and abilities not listed below:

• Flexible, organized, creative, energetic spirit

• Experience working with undergraduate and graduate student population

• Excellent planning, communication, and interpersonal skills

• Capable of working both independently and as part of a team and have the ability to prioritize and handle multiple assignments

• Experience and comfort using social media (Facebook, Instagram, etc.) to promote events and services

• Experience with web or graphic design a plus

 

Required Hours:   The HEO office hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday–Friday. Holiday, weekend and evening work hours may be required. Regular hours may vary due to needs of the organization or business unit.

 

ADA/OSHA:

This job description defines the essential job duties of this position. The Claremont Colleges Services expects that employees hired for this position can perform the essential functions of this job without imposing risk of substantial harm to the health or safety of themselves or others. It may also include marginal functions, generally defined within Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

 

Disclaimer:

This job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this position. When duties and responsibilities change and develop, The Claremont Colleges Services will review this job description and make changes of business necessity.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer:

TCCS is an equal opportunity employer. TCCS managers make employment decisions on the basis of merit, with the aim to have the best available person in every job. TCCS prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming practices), gender (including gender identity and gender expression), national origin or ancestry, genetic information, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, sexual orientation, sex (which includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding), military or veteran status, and status with regard to public assistance, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law or ordinance or regulation. TCCS also prohibits discrimination based on the perception that anyone has any of these characteristics, or is associated with a person who has or is perceived as having any of these characteristics. All such discrimination is unlawful.

Employment | Fullerton College Tutoring

Fullerton College is offering two tutoring opportunities in spring 2019 to graduate and undergraduate students at your university:

 1. The Graduate Student Mentorship Program (GSM) is open to current graduate students in the following disciplines: English, math, and ESL/TESOL. This unique program serves a dual purpose: to give graduate students the opportunity to gain valuable community college classroom teaching experience before they enter the job market, and to support the success of students enrolled in our courses. Please see the attached GSM application for more information. The deadline to apply is October 31, 2018.

 2. The Entering Scholars Program (ESP) is hiring both undergraduate and graduate students that are interested in tutoring students in English, reading, ESL, and math courses. Tutors are hired to work with a specific class and instructor for an entire semester. Please see the attached ESP application for more information. The deadline to apply is October 31, 2018.

Esp tutor application spring 2019esp-tutor-application-spring-2019.doc (34.5 KB) Gsm application spring 2019gsm-application-spring-2019.doc (46.5 KB)

Employment | Pitzer Graduate Assistant for Career Services

Pitzer College’s Career Services Center seeks a graduate student interested in higher education, student affairs, business, counseling, or a related field to help launch new initiatives to build and foster strong partnerships with employers, alumni, parents and other external community members to provide exciting new career and internship opportunities for our students and graduates. This part-time, staff position will be flexible around your course schedule, while providing you with real-world experiences to apply to your graduate work.

Please note this is a summary of the essential functions and requirements for the position; for a detailed description please visit our applicant site at https://pitzer.peopleadmin.com/. The individual must possess knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the essential functions of the position, or be able to explain or demonstrate how the essential functions will be performed, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities.

Essential Functions:

  1. Assist with employer relations activities including supporting the development and maintenance of employer partnerships.
  2. Coordinate campus employer information sessions, interviews, & information tables within a multi-school consortium.
  3. Assist the Career Services staff in the planning and implementation of events.
  4. Provide crucial communications and follow-up with alumni, parents/family members, employers and others who submit job/internship opportunities or other resources
  5. Assist in managing Career Services branded job shadowing and internship fund processes and programs
  6. Present Career Services workshops (resume, cover letter, internship search etc.) to students and student groups
  7. Assist in marketing Career Services events through electronic and social media platforms as well as print materials

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  1. Efficient in time management and exceptional follow-though on a wide variety of tasks related to career services operations.
  2. Demonstrated effectiveness and clarity of verbal and written communication in English. Demonstrate a high level of effectiveness and comfort with interpersonal communication skills with individuals from diverse backgrounds and at different professional levels.
  3. Working knowledge of current versions of Microsoft Office (particularly Word, Excel and Outlook), social media networking and an ability to quickly learn new electronic platforms as needed. Demonstrated understanding of the use of technology to achieve annual goals and maintain confidentiality.
  4. Able to handle multiple tasks, meet deadlines, and work both independently and as a collaborative member of the Career Services team.
  5. Perform all duties with a high standard of integrity, ethics, and professional confidentiality.
  6.  Must have exceptional organizational and time management skills to complete work with accuracy and attention to detail.
  7. Demonstrate initiative, ingenuity and creativity. Ability to carry out new initiatives and bring new ideas to the department.
  8. Demonstrate a strong commitment to and appreciation for diversity and inclusion.
  9. Must be able to drive self to local offsite locations.

Compensation:

Rate of Pay: The hourly rate is $15.00 per hour, plus 24.0 California sick time granted after 30 days of employment and available for use beginning the 90th day of employment. Due to the part-time status of this position, it is not eligible for any other employment benefits.

To Apply

PRIORITY DEADLINE: Applications received by September 10, 2018 will receive priority consideration. Review of applications will commence immediately. Please visit our web site at https://pitzer.peopleadmin.com/ to complete the online application and have the following documents ready to upload:

Application Materials:

  1. Resume: Provide relevant experience with dates.
  2. Letter of Interest: Please briefly describe 1) any relevant qualification not captured in the online application or your resume, and 2) your reason for being interested in this position.
  3. Professional References: Provide a list three professional references, including their names, business titles, phone numbers, email addresses, and an indication of how you are acquainted with them (e.g., former supervisor, coworker, etc.). References will be contacted for top applicants only and advance notice will be provided.
  4. (Optional) Letters of Recommendation: You may provide copies of up to two letters of recommendation.

PITZER COLLEGE is a top-ranked liberal arts institution and member of the prestigious consortium of The Claremont Colleges. With a student body of approximately 1,000 co-educational undergraduates, Pitzer’s core values include social responsibility, intercultural understanding, interdisciplinary learning, student engagement and environmental sustainability.

Pitzer College adheres to both the letter and the spirit of Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action. We strongly encourage candidates from underrepresented groups to apply.