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Dear Community Members,

On February 24th from 4:30pm-6:00pm, we will be holding a Listening Session with campus administration, including Chancellor Christ.  The goal of this event is to allow our community to share our personal experiences as Black Students, Staff and Faculty on this campus as well as our recommendations.  Please RSVP if you are interested in attending.  Through the RSVP, you can volunteer to be one of the scheduled speakers or you can wait to sign up for the open mic section of the event.  Please note that due to time, everyone will not be able to speak but we will have cards for you to share your thoughts, feedback and recommendations.

We hope to see you there!
--
Takiyah Jackson, M.Ed
Director, African American Student Development Office
Multicultural Student Development 
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Centers for Educational Justice & Community Engagement
Division of Equity & Inclusion
University of California, Berkeley
247 Cesar Chavez Student Center
Berkeley, CA 94720-2440
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Campus Jobs
Exciting positions available in Student Technologies

Project/Policy Analyst 3 (job #5405)
The PPA3 provides consultative services on creating dynamic student leadership and employment programs across a wide variety of IT units on campus. Responsibilities include advising colleagues on best practices in student employee selection, training and supervision, as well as developing cross-campus strategy on recruiting and retaining a diverse student workforce.

The ideal candidate will have strong skills in developing student engagement programs, excellent communication skills, political acumen in managing cross-departmental relationships, and a commitment to integrating diversity, equity and inclusion practices in all facets of their work.

Project/Policy Analyst 4 (job #5415)
The PPA4 leads projects, conducts research and makes recommendations for strategy in support of the Student Technology Services program. Responsibilities include directing outreach and engagement initiatives for our nationally-recognized student IT leadership program (read this article or listen to this interview to learn more), as well as developing campus-wide communication strategy that promotes and enhances the student technology experience.

The ideal candidate will have significant experience conducting data analyses and leading projects, excellent communication skills, an interest in developing and mentoring student employees, and a commitment to integrating diversity, equity and inclusion practices in all facets of their work.

First review date for both positions is February 28, 2020.

Detailed job postings, including responsibilities and required qualifications, are available at jobs.berkeley.edu - search for the corresponding job number(s) listed above. Read more about our program at studenttech.berkeley.edu.
Executive Assistant Role - Division of Data & Science

The Executive Assistant (EA) to the Associate Provost and Dean (AP/D) would manage the day-to-day operations by managing hundreds of emails each day for scheduling and calendaring meetings for VIP visits, donor's meetings, team meetings, and more.  The EA would need to make independent decisions on behalf of the AP/D daily.  This requires knowing the vision of the leader and the priorities of the team and events.  This is a leadership position and is a team member who assists with managing the leadership team.

Find more at http://careers.berkeley.edu/ and search for Job #2446.  
Strategic Initiatives Manager, Student Affairs IT Job #4941 

First review date: February 17, 2020

We are looking for a Strategic Initiatives Manager, who will function as an internal consultant working with Student Affairs units and other campus stakeholders to analyze and map information about key student service systems, business processes, and technology needs, enabling departments to collaborate with IT on innovative strategies and solutions. 

This position is an exciting opportunity to be part of a welcoming workplace environment where staff contribute their diverse skills, perspectives, and experiences toward achieving the mission of the world’s best public university. 

The ideal candidate will bring pertinent business analysis experience, excellent communication skills, a strong work ethic, creativity and open-mindedness, and a commitment to developing trusted partnerships at all levels of the organization. Read more about us at https://technology.berkeley.edu/SAIT. 
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