CPX Survey Results to be Revealed Oct. 17, Register Now to Attend Strategic Diversity Leadership Institute
Registration is open for the Strategic Diversity Leadership Institute, a series of sessions that will dive deeper into the results from last spring's CPX (Cal Poly Experience) listening sessions and campuswide survey. On Oct. 17-18, come hear the results of the CPX study and learn how the campus community can turn this data into actionable change to create a more equitable, inclusive environment for all. Diversity expert Damon A. Williams and his team will return to campus to present findings from the CPX Survey from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, in the Cal Poly Recreation Center Multi-Activity Center. On Friday, Oct. 18, Williams and his team will engage the campus in deeper conversations during a daylong series of sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Space is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Register here.
Campus Community Listening Sessions to be Held Sept. 26-27 for Provost Recruitment and Search
The Cal Poly Provost Search Committee has contracted with the professional search firm of Isaacson, Miller to assist in a nationwide recruitment of the university's next provost. Representatives from Isaacson, Miller will be on campus to meet with the committee members and also to conduct listening sessions on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 26-27. The listening sessions will provide an opportunity for the campus community to offer input and feedback on what qualities, characteristics and expertise are most important for Cal Poly’s next provost. Your thoughts and insight are essential to this collaborative process, and the committee hopes you will be able to attend one of the sessions listed below. Anyone who is unable to attend may email Isaacson, Miller directly with any comments, suggestions or a nomination. Nominations and applications can be directed to www.imsearch.com/7190; general feedback can be directed to Angela Finocchiaro at afinocchiaro@IMSearch.com.
— Thursday, Sept. 26: All sessions will be held in UU 220.
Faculty — Open Forum, 2:30 to 4 p.m.
Deans' Session, 4 to 5 p.m.
Students — Open Forum, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
— Friday, Sept. 27: All sessions will be held in the Recreation Center Multi-Activity Center (No. 43), Room 170.
Faculty — Open Forum, 8:30 to 10 a.m.
Academic Affairs Division Provost Direct Reports, 10 to 11 a.m.
President's Cabinet, 11 a.m. to noon
Staff — Open Forum, noon to 1 p.m.
Academic Senate Executive Committee, 2 to 3 p.m.
Many Events Planned for Campus Sustainability Month in October
Held every October, Campus Sustainability Month is an international celebration of sustainability in higher education. Throughout the month, Cal Poly organizes events to engage and inspire students, staff and faculty to become sustainability change agents. Save the date for the following events:
— Zero Waste Festival: Oct. 1, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Dexter Lawn.
— Eco Reps Garden Workshop: Oct. 8, 11 a.m to noon, Food Pantry Garden located on the lawn of the Health Center (No. 27).
— City of San Luis Obispo Climate Action Planning: Oct. 8, 6 to 8 p.m., Baker Center for Science and Mathematics (No. 180), Room 113.
— Zero Waste Pledge Workshop: Oct. 10, 11 a.m. to noon, No. 186, Room C203.
— Sustainability Speed Dating: Oct. 15, 6 to 8 p.m., UU 220.
— Swap, Don't Shop: Oct. 16, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Dexter Lawn.
— Food Day Festival: Oct. 17, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Dexter Lawn.
— Artifishal Film Screening, Oct. 24, 11 a.m. to noon, UU 220.
State of Diversity Series Kick-off Set for Sept. 30
Join the Cross Cultural Centers (CCC) and the Office of University Diversity and Inclusion (OUDI) for the State of Diversity Series kick-off event and light refreshments from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30, in Chumash Auditorium in the University Union. The theme of the first State of Diversity event is “State of Diversity at Cal Poly: Acknowledging the Past, Recognizing the Present, Looking Forward.” Come hear remarks from campus leaders and a panel discussion featuring faculty, staff and students from across the university, moderated by Julie Garcia, interim associate vice president for diversity and inclusion. Garcia and the panel will discuss some the demographic trends and successful programs that are making Cal Poly more diverse and a more inclusive campus for everyone. Anyone with questions or needing to request accommodations, can contact the CCC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cal Poly, Saucelito Canyon and Wine History Project Team up to Build Pavilion Structure Traveling Exhibit
Students from the College of Architecture and Environmental Design have teamed with The Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County and Saucelito Canyon Vineyard to build an educational pavilion in the heart of the Edna Valley. “This one-of-a-kind project will enable students to work with a real client and build a temporary structure to showcase the history of San Luis Obispo County’s wine regions,” said Gregory Starzyk, an associate professor in the Construction Management Department. “Cal Poly is excited to get this project off the ground in the fall with a design phase and in the spring have the students involved in building the temporary structure.” The pavilion will be a temporary fixture at the Saucelito Canyon tasting room. The project envisions a unique structure that can be moved to different locations throughout the county. Depending on its size, the pavilion can be set up outside or indoors at vineyards, exhibit halls, parks, festivals and other public spaces. Read the rest here.
Make Changes to Your Benefit Plans During Open Enrollment Now Through Oct. 4
Open Enrollment is happening now through Oct. 4. View the Benefits Open Enrollment webpage for 2020 rates, plan information and more. Mark your calendar for the annual Health and Resource Fair on Thursday, Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in Chumash Auditorium. Visit the Fair webpage for more information. Attend a Lunch and Learn event hosted by Human Resources to learn more about your benefits and upcoming changes. Visit the Benefits Upcoming Events webpage for more details.
Canvas Coming in Winter 2020, CTLT Support is Available
This year, Cal Poly will begin the transition from its Learning Management System, PolyLearn-Moodle, to Canvas. The two systems will run alongside one another during winter, spring and summer 2020, with Canvas fully implemented next fall. Canvas will position Cal Poly for the future by supporting its diverse pedagogical needs, incorporating native mobile features and complying with accessibility requirements. Additionally, Canvas will offer instructors greater grade display options, easy activity weighting and a SpeedGrader for quick entry of text or video feedback for grading. Currently, faculty can work in the Canvas Sandbox to learn more about the tools and try to migrate their courses from PolyLearn-Moodle to Canvas themselves. The Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) will provide assistance via an online self-paced course, online discussions, as well as face-to-face and video consultations for Sandbox play. During the transition timeline (winter-fall 2020), the CTLT will provide online resources, workshops, face-to-face consultations, synchronous video consultations, email and phone support. Additionally, it will acquire 24/7 email/phone support by Instructure (Canvas) and automated migration of PolyLearn-Moodle courses into Canvas. For more information on Canvas and the available tools, support and resources during the transition, visit http://ctlt.calpoly.edu/whycanvas.
Sept. 25 is Last Day to RSVP for Staff Appreciation Barbecue and Football Game
The annual universitywide Staff Appreciation Barbecue/Football Game is scheduled for Oct. 5. In appreciation for all that staff members do for Cal Poly all year long, staff is invited to a fun-filled day, including a barbecue, ice cream bars and a football game. An email invitation was sent to all staff members with a link for complimentary tickets (up to four per staff member — additional tickets may be purchased). RSVP by Sept. 25. The tailgate barbecue will be held from 2:30 to 4:45 p.m. on O'Neill Green. Then watch Cal Poly take on Montana State at 5:05 p.m. in Spanos Stadium.
'Disability Tapas' Offered Wednesdays
Disabilities come in many forms and can vary greatly. Join the Disability Resource Center (DRC) for some snack-size information and interactive discussions on a variety of disability-related topics. Presentations are geared toward faculty and staff — students are also welcome — and offered every Wednesday from 11:10 a.m. to noon in the Student Services Building (No. 124), Room 224, or attend via Zoom at https://calpoly.zoom.us/j/631092891. The dates and topics are:
— Sept. 25: Supporting Students with Psychological Disabilities
— Oct. 16: Access Needs for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
— Oct. 23: ADA/504 Accommodations: Equitable Access and Legal Considerations
— Oct. 30: Supporting Students with Autism
— Nov. 6: Assistive Technology in the Classroom: Getting Good Grades with Gadgets
— Nov. 13: Accessible Learning Spaces: Addressing Mobility and Visual Access Needs
— Nov. 20: Supporting Students with ADHD
— Dec. 4: Supporting Students with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Concussive Syndrome
For more information, contact the Disability Resource Center at email@example.com or ext. 6-1395.
Faculty Advisor Training Series to be Offered Fall 2019
University Advising will host a Faculty Advisor Training Series that introduces undergraduate faculty advisors to academic advising core competencies. Register for each workshop using the links below. All workshops will be held in the Science Building (No. 52), Room E48.
— FA 101: Nuts and Bolts of Faculty Advising: 10:10 a.m.-noon Friday, Oct. 4.
— FA 102: Assemble Your Faculty Advising Toolkit: 10:10 a.m.-noon Friday, Oct. 25.
— FA 103: Building Student Success through Faculty Advising: 10:10 a.m.-noon Friday, Nov. 22.
Click here for more information about the Faculty Advisor Training series. Questions? Contact Christina Wolfe-Chandler, advisor training coordinator, at ext. 6-5735 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safer to Start Leadership Training in November
Cal Poly Safer is launching Safer Leadership Training for Staff and Faculty. Anyone interested in participating in pilot test groups this November should fill out a brief interest form. Learn about the foundations of violence and what you can do in your role on campus to prevent gender- and power-based violence. Participants will have the option to join for three, one-hour sessions; or one, three-hour session. Dates and location will be determined at the beginning of October and will be sent to those who have filled out the interest form. For more information, email Megan Stuart at email@example.com.
Tickets on Sale for Oct. 12 Open House at Swanton Pacific Ranch - Free Bus Transportation Available
Faculty and staff are invited to an open house event at Cal Poly’s Swanton Pacific Ranch in Santa Cruz County from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12. Event highlights will include walking tours and demonstrations highlighting its natural beauty, ecological diversity, integrated and sustainable land management practices, educational programs and research-based restoration projects. Tours will feature botanical communities, sustainable forestry, creek restoration, the new field camp development, the Al Smith house and the Swanton Pacific Railroad. To purchase tickets, visit https://bit.ly/2mjiRuP. Free bus transportation, courtesy of the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, is available to all faculty and staff, departing from the Agricultural Sciences Building (No. 11) at 7 a.m. and returning at 7:30 p.m. Event tickets are required. The cost is $25 for adults and $15 for youth. Children age 5 and over may ride the bus; all ages are welcome at the event. To reserve a seat on the bus, visit https://bitly.com/swantonday19.
New NINJIO Information Security Training Video: Avoiding SIM Card Hijacking
This month’s four-minute NINJIO information security video, “SMS SOS,” highlights the importance of using both two-Step verification and protecting your wireless account with a PIN or passcode. Check out the video and see how taking the necessary precautions can protects you — and your bank account — from the latest hacking threat: SIM Card hijacking. All NINJIO training videos are available on the Cal Poly Learning Hub under the Staff and Faculty Training tab on the My Cal Poly Portal.
New Book and Learning Circles Set for Fall
Employee and Organization Development is excited to announce its fall 2019 Book and Learning Circles. Faculty and staff are invited to participate in these conversations, including a Book Circle, where participants read a book and discuss as a group, or a Learning Circle, where attendees view a video or read an article before discussing as a group.
— Book Circles involve reading a book over the course of multiple sessions. The first book, "The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results" by Gary Keller, helps readers discover why choosing to focus on only one thing allows them to achieve the success they want. The second book, "Daring Greatly" by Brené Brown, works to dispel the cultural myth that vulnerability is weakness and argues that it is, in truth, our most accurate measure of courage.
— Learning Circles involve watching a video or reading an article, and participating in a discussion during a single session. In the learning circle "How to Let Go of Being a 'Good' Person — And Become a Better Person," Dolly Chugh explains the puzzling psychology of ethical behavior — like why it’s hard to spot biases and acknowledge mistakes — and shows how the path to becoming better starts with owning your mistakes.
To view a full description and register to attend, visit the Book and Learning Circles webpage at learnandgrow.calpoly.edu.
International Center Seeking Hosts for Local Activities with International Students
The International Center is seeking faculty and staff for the International Poly Hosts Program. Volunteers will host international students for short, cross-cultural day visits that include activities such as an informal dinner at a Poly Host's home, going to the beach, meeting at a coffee shop, or celebrating holidays or family occasions. This program is intended to help international students experience the community outside of the traditional academic setting. Poly Hosts will also have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of other cultures while sharing their own. Refer to the Poly Hosts Application to learn more about the program and to apply.
Cal Poly Corporation Accounting Manager Cindy Boone will soon be turning in her calculator for a ferry pass and a pair of boots. After more than 40 years working in accounting and financial management, the last 11 at the Cal Poly Corporation, Boone will retire Oct. 1 and move to Washington to be closer to family, spend time with her granddaughter, and help where she can on a small organic farm that her son runs. In her role as accounting manager Boone oversees many things, including Payroll, Accounts Receivable and Travel. The largest responsibility is the delivery of biweekly payroll for CPC and ASI — approximately 2,500 paychecks each pay period. The Central Coast native will learn to care for a gaggle of farm animals as well as how to make goat cheese and hard cider while living on an island in the Pacific Northwest. But Boone plans to spend a majority of her time chasing her toddler granddaughter. Whidbey Island in Puget Sound will serve as her home base and jumping off point for adventures in hiking, camping and traveling.
Chris Call will retire on Friday, Sept. 27, after 12 years of service. Call began her Cal Poly career in Administration and Finance (A&F), where she was instrumental in upgrading the Cal Poly Police Department’s parking system. From there, she transitioned to A&F’s Information Security office where she helped build the Information Security Program. Call later continued her work in Information Security for Information Technology Services (ITS). In her current role as Innovation Challenge Manager for the Cal Poly Digital Transformation Hub (DxHub), Call works with students, faculty and members of the public sector to develop innovative solutions to real-world challenges. She looks forward to enjoying all that retirement has to offer, including spending time with friends and family, and hiking new trails. A reception will be held in Call’s honor at Charlie’s Place from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26.
Canyon Circle is Now a One-Way Road in PCV
A portion of Canyon Circle, the traffic loop encircling Poly Canyon Village, is now a permanent one-way road. Since the start of fall classes, traffic will only run two ways to the first entrance of the Canyon Circle Parking Structure, where it will then be one way, running clockwise around the loop. This change was made after the Campus Safety and Risk Management (CSRM) Committee received concerns from Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) and the Cal Poly Police Department. Both TAPS and the police department have reported a number of accidents on the loop between vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles. There were also concerns about illegal parking, steep grades, sharp turns, sight distance and signage. The committee worked with the Civil Engineering Department to analyze the road last spring. Professor Anurag Pande and his Transportation Safety Course, CE 526, performed an analysis and developed a report with recommendations for a one-way road conversion. “The minor modification to traffic flow will greatly enhance the safety of the loop road and reduce the number of accidents,” committee chair Juanita Holler said. “It will also allow closer and more delivery spots for vendor parking to service the retail locations and distribution services.”
Study Abroad Fair Set for Oct. 3
The Cal Poly International Center will showcase its programs at the Study Abroad Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, on Dexter Lawn. Explore the variety of available Study Abroad opportunities and listen to former Study Abroad students share their experiences. With more than 500 programs in 75 countries, the Study Abroad program can make international study a reality. Programs range from a spring break trip to a year abroad. Participants will return home with an excellent education, broadened communication skills, a new perspective on culture and a willingness to learn. These intangible skills are highly valued by employers and can help you compete in a global market.
Career Services Accepting Donations of Professional Clothing for Clothing Closet Sept. 27
Career Services will host its fifth annual Professional Clothing Closet event on Friday, Sept. 27, to provide free, work-appropriate clothes to students in need. First impressions can significantly impact a student’s chances for success, and many students struggle to afford professional clothing for career fairs and interviews. Faculty and staff are asked to consider donating dry-cleaned, gently used, contemporary professional clothing. Want to support, but don’t have clothes to donate? Career Services has introduced the Career Services Professional Clothing Closet Amazon Wishlist. Career Services has selected a menu of professional clothes; you choose and purchase the clothes, and they’ll be shipped directly to Career Services. It’s that easy. For more details about donating clothes via drop-off or the Amazon Wishlist, visit the Clothing Closet page. Questions? Call Career Services at ext. 6-2501.
Office of the Registrar to Host Inaugural Summit Oct. 9
The Office of the Registrar will hold its inaugural summit on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the Performing Arts Center. This on-campus conference offers an opportunity to learn more about the Office of the Registrar and its interaction with faculty, staff and students. Each of the four units within the office (Records; Evaluations; Systems Management; and Curriculum, Catalog and Scheduling) will host a variety of sessions throughout the day on topics ranging from enrollment troubleshooting to the articulation process. The day will conclude with information on what’s coming from the Office of the Registrar, including an overview of Degree Planner, Schedule Builder and CourseLeaf CLSS. Visit https://registrar.calpoly.edu for up-to-date information on conference sessions. To best accommodate attendees, registration is required.
Kennedy Library’s Tech Checkout Temporarily Moving to the Natatorium
Kennedy Library’s Tech Checkout services have temporarily relocated to the Natatorium in Building 46, which also houses the Information Technology Services (ITS) Service Desk. With this move and other initiatives, ITS and Kennedy Library are partnering to provide the campus community with the highest level of service and ensure that students, faculty and staff have access to the technology resources they need. The tech checkout counter in the Natatorium, across from Spanos Stadium, checks out laptops, projectors, cameras and other equipment for up to five days, rather than the three hours previously offered from the library tech checkout window. Reservations can be made online at techrentals.calpoly.edu. Technology accessories, including adapters, headphones, calculators and chargers, will still be available for rent at the front desk in Kennedy Library. Tech checkout services are expected to return to the library later this academic year.
Mindfulness Meditation Group to Meet This Year on Campus
The Mindfulness Meditation Group is meeting on campus again this year. The group meets every Monday that classes meet (i.e., not during exams, holidays or breaks) from 12:10 to 1 p.m., in the Lower Level Conference Room in the Health Center (No. 27), Room 11. The group will meditate silently for 30 minutes, starting at 12:15 p.m. (Headphones for guided meditations are welcome.) Mindfulness meditation is a non-religious exercise of paying attention to your present-moment experience. Many people find it calming and relaxing. No experience necessary. All are welcome — faculty, staff and students. For more information, contact political science Professor Matthew J. Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 6-2895.
'Swan Lake' Opens the 2019-20 Season at the PAC Sept. 27
The timeless classic “Swan Lake” kicks off the 2019-20 season at the Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27. The Russian Ballet Theatre's production features 150 dazzling costumes, astonishing sets and over 50 professional dancers. The mesmerizing production of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece weaves magic, tragedy and romance with the love story of Prince Siegfried and the swan princess Odette. Tickets range from $32-$74 and can be purchased at the Cal Poly Ticket Office in person, by calling ext. 6-4849, or online at the PAC website.
Music Department Announces 2019-20 Events
The Music Department's 2019-20 season will begin with a guest artist lecture-recital and three faculty performances. On Oct. 3, guest artist Diane White-Clayton will present a lecture-recital titled “The Many Colors of Spirituals,” a musical journey of Afro-American spirituals as they made their way from the plantation to the concert stage. On Oct. 12, a lecture-recital on Robert Schumann’s “Myrthen” (“Myrtles”), Op. 25, will be presented by Katherine Arthur, soprano; Paul Woodring, piano; and Emma Levine, lecturer. On Oct. 18, Arthur White, Cal Poly’s new director of jazz studies, will perform the world premiere of his first long-form jazz work, “Pictures of the Heartland.” There will be a Faculty Showcase Recital on Oct. 25 with at least eight faculty performers. Additional fall events include: Oct. 26, Choirs’ Fall Concert: Cry Out; Nov. 15, Bandfest 2019: Boston Brass!; Nov. 16, Arab Music Ensemble Fall Concert; Nov. 22, Fall Jazz Concert; Dec. 6, Symphony Fall Concert: Teamwork; and Dec. 7, Choirs’ Holiday Kaleidoscope. The complete list of events through June — which includes dozens of free offerings — is available on the Music Department’s calendar website. For more information, call ext. 6-2406 or email the department. Printed versions of the event brochure are available on request.
Lecture-Recital on Spirituals to be Presented Oct. 3
The Music Department will host guest artist Diane White-Clayton for a lecture-recital at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, in Room 218 in the Davidson Music Center (No. 45). Titled “The Many Colors of Spirituals,” White-Clayton’s presentation will be a musical journey of Afro-American spirituals as they made their way from the plantation to the concert stage. From classical arrangements by prominent African American women composers to a cappella soul-stirring folk renditions, the program will feature powerful spirituals that accompanied marches of the Civil Rights era and will include audience participation as White-Clayton teaches a selection in a “down-home” congregational style. White-Clayton is a native of Washington, D.C., where she began performing at 4 years old in the Baptist church where her father pastored. She was conducting choirs by the age of 9 and composing by 11. She travels extensively throughout the U.S. and abroad as a classical and gospel vocalist, pianist, conductor, clinician and speaker. Admission is $5 at the door. For more information, call the Music Department at ext. 6-2406 or visit its calendar website.
Cal Poly Faculty to Present Lecture-Recital on Schumann’s ‘Myrthen’ on Oct. 12
The Music Department will present a faculty lecture-recital on Robert Schumann’s “Myrthen,” Op. 25, at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, in Room 218 of the Davidson Music Center (No. 45). Emma Levine, who teaches music appreciation at Cal Poly, will begin the presentation with a talk on the “Myrthen” (Myrtles). The cycle is a collection of 26 poems set to music, which Schumann composed in 1840 as a wedding gift for his wife, Clara, in the midst of an agonizing legal battle with her father. Soprano Katherine Arthur, who teaches applied and class voice at Cal Poly, will sing 15 of the songs from the cycle in German. Included in the selections are some of the most famous songs Schumann wrote: “Widmung” (Dedication), “Der Nussbaum” (The Walnut Tree), “Die Lotosblume” (The Lotus-Flower) and “Du bist wie eine Blume” (You Are Like a Flower). Arthur said the songs were composed at the height of the Romantic era, and during the few years of Schumann’s most prolific output. Paul Woodring will accompany on piano. He is an accompanist and music coach at Cal Poly, and also the university organist Admission is $5 at the door. For more information, call the Music Department at ext. 6-2406 or visit its calendar website.
To find out what’s going on at Cal Poly, visit the Events Calendar. The site includes community events that are open to the public and Campus Life events open to students, faculty and staff. The calendar also includes events at the Performing Arts Center. A link from the calendar allows staff, faculty and students to check facility availability before requesting and reserving on-campus locations for activities and events. For more information about publishing an event on the calendar, contact email@example.com, or visit the university scheduling page.
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Upcoming Events @ Home
Thursday, Sept. 26
Men’s Soccer vs. Loyola Marymount, Spanos Stadium, 7 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 29
Women’s Soccer vs. Seattle, Spanos Stadium, noon.
Thursday, Oct. 3
Women’s Soccer vs. Long Beach State, Spanos Stadium, 7 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 4
Women’s Volleyball vs. UC Riverside, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 5
Football vs. Montana State, Spanos Stadium, 5 p.m.
Women’s Volleyball vs. UC Davis, Mott Athletics Center, 7 p.m.
Cal Poly is currently transitioning to a new applicant tracking system. Visit www.calpolyjobs.org and jobs.calpoly.edu for available job openings. To apply, go online and complete the application form. For assistance, call Human Resources at ext. 6-2236.
#105395 — Equip Tech II, Electro-Mechanical-Range A, Academic Affairs — College of Liberal Arts — Graphic Communication. $3,748-$6,779/month. (Anticipated hiring range: $4,500-$5,500/month.) Open until filled. (Review began Sept. 6.)
#105396 — Compliance Coordinator (Administrative Analyst/Specialist — Non-Exempt), Student Affairs — Athletics. $3,288-$6,347 per month. (Anticipated hiring range: $3,600-$4,000 per month.) Open until filled. (Review began Sept. 4, 2019.)
#493778 — Events and Outreach Specialist (Public Affairs/Communication Specialist 12 Months), University Housing — Marketing and Outreach. $42,180-$76,296 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $45,600-$57,600 per year.) Open until filled.
#493717 — Radiologic Technologist I/Medical Assistant (10/12), Campus Health and Wellbeing — Health Services. $35,496-$66,492 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $45,000-$50,004 per year.) Open until filled.
#493699 — Registered Dietitian, Campus Health and Wellbeing — Health Services. $44,340-$83,076 per year. (Anticipated hiring range $50,004-$62,496 per year.) Open until filled.
#493369 — College Grants Analyst (Administrative Analyst/Specialist 12 Months), Research and Sponsored Programs — Grant Development. $39,456-$76,164 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $57,000-$65,000 per year.) Open until filled.
#493410 — Technical Recruiter (Administrative Analyst/Specialist 12 Months), Human Resources. $56,316-$98,904 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $70,000-$90,000 per year.) Open until filled.
#105404 — Lead Warehouse Coordinator (Administrative Support Coordinator II), Administration and Finance — Facilities. $3,115-$5,639 per month. (Anticipated hiring range: $3,400-$4,300 per month.) Open until filled.
#493687 — Platform Delivery Analyst (Operating System Analyst 12 Mo), Information Technology Services. $52,464-$129,504 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $70,000-$85,000 per year.) Open until filled.
#493565 — Learning and Development Specialist (Administrative Analyst/Specialist 12 Months), Human Resources. $56,316-$101,868 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $66,000-$93,000 per year.) Open until filled.
#105375 — Creamery Technician (Instructional Support Technician II), College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences — Animal Sciences. $3,748-$6,779 per month. (Anticipated hiring range: $5,000-$5,600 per month.) Open until filled.
#105399 — Construction Inspector (Administrator II), Administration and Finance — Facilities. Salary commensurate with background and experience of the individual selected. Open until filled. (Review began Sept. 2, 2019.)
#493181 — Full Stack Engineer (Administrative Analyst/Specialist 12 Months), Information Technology Service — Application Development and Integration. $52,464-$125,736 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $85,000-$95,000 per year.) Open until filled.
#493830 — Clinical Lab Scientist II (10/12 months), Campus Health and Wellbeing— Health Services. $4,917-$9,079 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $4,917-$5,583 per month.) Open until filled.
#493865 — Technology Operations Lead (Info Tech Consultant 12 Mo), Student Affairs Technology. $75,000-$85,008 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $52,464-$129,504 per year.) Open until filled.
#493733 — Registered Nurse — Per Diem (Registered Nurse II), Campus Health and Wellbeing — Health Services. $19.92-$84.86 per hour. (Anticipated hiring range: $41.12-$46 per hour.) Open until filled.
#493183 — Application Delivery Engineer (Analyst/ Programmer), Information Technology Services — Enterprise Application Services. $52,464-$125,736 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $80,000-$100,000 per year.) Open until filled.
#493882 - Business Intelligence Engineer (Analyst/Programmer 12 Mo), Information Technology Services — Application data and Integration Engineering. $52,464-$129,504 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $85,000-$110,000 per year.) Open until filled.
#493764 — Study Abroad Coordinator (Student Service Professional III), Academic Affairs — Academic Programs and Planning. $56,292-$80,196 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $56,292-$64,272 per year.) Open until filled.
#493638 — Employer Development Specialist (Public Affairs/Communication Specialist 12 Months), Student Affairs — Career Services. $42,180-$76,296 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $54,000-$57,996 per year.) Open until filled.
#493795 — Retention Advisor (Student Service Professional II), Academic Affairs — University Advising. $51,648-$73,440 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $51,648-$53,148 per year.) Open until filled.
#493886 — Administrative Support Coordinator, Academic Affairs — Academic Programs and Planning. $37,380-$67,668 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $42,000-$46,512 per year.) Open until filled.
#493915 — Transfer Center Coordinator (Student Service Professional III), Academic Affairs — Academic Programs and Planning. $56,292-$80,196 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $56,292-$66,000 per year.) Open until filled.
#494101 — Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist (Recruiter) (Administrative Analyst/Specialist 12 Months), Administration and Finance — Human Resources. $46,764-$84,612 per year. (Anticipated hiring range: $54,000-$66,000 per year.) Open until filled.
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#493412 — Administrative Support Assistant II — On Call, Intermittent Support, Academic Affairs — College of Science and Mathematics. $2,600-$4,458 per month. (Anticipated hiring range: $2,600-$3,400 per month, or $15-$19.62 per hour.) Open until filled.
Faculty Employment Opportunities
Cal Poly is currently transitioning to a new applicant tracking system. Visit www.calpolyjobs.org and jobs.calpoly.edu for available job openings. For assistance, call Academic Personnel at ext. 6-2844. Part-time lecturer pools are being opened this month. Visit jobs.calpoly.edu for current openings, further information and how to apply.
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Corporation Employment Opportunities
Cal Poly Corporation is a separate entity operating in concert with the university to provide a diverse range of services and resources to students, faculty and staff. To view job postings or apply, visit the Corporation website. For assistance, contact Human Resources at ext. 6-1121.
Graphic Design Coordinator, Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), $19.47-$29.21 per hour.
Administrative Support Assistant, Cal Poly Corporation Executive Office, $15-$21.96 per hour.
Administrative Support Assistant, TRIO Achievers, $16-$18 per hour.
Assistant Director-Finance, Campus Dining, $75,000-$95,000 annually.
Human Resources Assistant, Cal Poly Corporation Human Resources, $15-$21.96 per hour.
ASI Employment Opportunities
Candidates are asked to visit the ASI website to complete an ASI application and apply for open positions. For more information, visit the ASI Business Office in UU 212 or call ext. 6-5800.
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Submission Guidelines for Cal Poly Report
Cal Poly Report (CPR) is Cal Poly's official employee newsletter, designed to communicate information about officially sanctioned university news or events to faculty, staff and administrators. Submissions may run a maximum of three times and should be limited to 150 words. To help ensure CPR continues to contain only relevant and approved information, submissions are required to come from or be approved by the employee designated to approve submissions in the respective colleges, units and work areas. A list of designated approvers is available on the Cal Poly Report index website. Entries submitted by those other than the designated approver must be accompanied by an approval form signed by the unit's approver. The approval form is available online in fillable pdf format or a downloadable Microsoft Word format. CPR is published weekly during the school year, except during academic breaks, and monthly in the summer. The deadline for each issue is 12:30 p.m. the Friday prior to publication.