Company: University of California - Santa Barbara
Location: Santa Barbara
Posted on: September 13, 2019
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Student Life & Devt Specialist 3
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Department Profile (Specific Information about
The Office of Black Student Development supports the Black
experience at UCSB through a focus on four key areas: Recruitment
and Retention, Academic Success, Holistic Support, and
Its student services, resources, and advocacy will create a
positive learning environment, foster a sense of belonging and
assist Black students in achieving academic excellence.
SASS-Student Academic Support Services
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Advertised Range Min (full time equivalent)
A little help* Go to Salary Scales 49,000
Advertised Range Max (full time equivalent)
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$49,000 - $57,325/yr
Percentage of full-time
Monday - Friday
A little help with Contracts* Go to Employment Agreements
Limited Appointment End Date
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Is this a NEW CAREER position*
Summary of Job Duties
(Note: This summary will be used for keyword search) Works closely
with division staff to advocate for sound practices, outreach,
intervention and education and training to the broader campus
community for the improvement of campus climate and inclusion
across all marginalized identities within the Black community.
Develops innovative strategies that address issues such as racism,
sexism, transphobia, homophobia/heterosexism, and other forms of
systematic exclusion and oppression in higher education.
Innovates new programs and initiatives to advance advocacy efforts
for Black students and other underrepresented students. Develops
programs to impact and improve campus climate.
Provides direction for campus in developing policies and procedures
for implementation of student-related equity and inclusion
Keep record of hate and bias related incidents related to the Black
campus community and work closely with other entities maintaining
reporting mechanisms and addressing reports.
Assess and advises high risk students. Advises of campus options.
Helps mitigate negative impacts on their well-being, course of
study and future career planning.
Embeds assessment into regular practice including integration in
all program models.
Bachelor's degree in Education, Black Studies, Sociology or related
field or equivalent experience/training.
Demonstrated experience working with Black students in a university
Experience in developing programming that responds to the needs and
concerns of Black students.
Requires a high level of confidentiality, sensitivity
Ability to work on complex situations with a wide range of
organizations and a diverse faculty, staff, and student
Exercises a high degree of initiative, problem solving ability,
diplomacy and professional judgment.
Ability to work independently, interpret and communicate policies,
make sound decisions, anticipate job requirements, prioritize and
coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously.
Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication, and
political acumen skills.
Experience working to improve campus climate issues for Black
students and other students with marginalized identities.
Familiarity with UC policies and business processes.
Special Conditions of Employment
A little help* Go to Driver's License Requirements or Background
Check Guidelines Satisfactory criminal history background check
Mandated reporting requirements of Child Abuse
Other Special Conditions of Employment
May be called upon to work occasional nights and weekends.
Other Recruitment Notes
Optional Applicant Documents
Other Document (1)
Other Document (2)
Other Document (3)
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FLSA Exemption Status
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CBU (Collective Bargaining Unit)
99 - Non-Represented (PPSM)
ERC (Employee Relations Code)
Student Life and Development
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Type of Supervision Received
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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Continuously=Activity occurs 66%
Frequently=Activity occurs 33% to 66%
Occasionally=Activity occurs Not Applicable=Activity does not
Reach above shoulder level
Hand Activities: Fine dexterity
Hand Activities: Hand twisting
Hand Activities: Simple grasping
Hand Activities: Power grasping
Other (please specify activity)
Frequency of Other Activity
Lifting Activities: Light lifting (
Lifting Activities: Moderate lifting (20-50 lbs)
Lifting Activities: Heavy lifting ( 50 lbs)
Push/Pull Activities: Light pushing/pulling (
Push/Pull Activities: Moderate pushing/pulling (20-50 lbs of
Push/Pull Activities: Heavy pushing/pulling ( 50 lbs of force)
Reason and Analyze
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer, and all qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national
origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other
characteristic protected by law.
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