California State University, Long Beach Research FoundationEmployment OpportunityWORKING TITLE:PAYROLL CLASSIFICATION:DEPARTMENT:STATUS:POSTING DATE:POSITION NUMBER:LB Cal-SOAP Project DirectorProject Director I (E1111)Long Beach Regional Cal-SOAPFull Time, Benefitted, ExemptDecember 22, 2021#2524BACKGROUND:The Long Beach Cal-SOAP Consortium, working under the direction of the California Student AidCommission, provides high school students within the Long Beach, Lynwood, Compton, Norwalk, andWhittier regions, the information and services necessary to prepare for and gain admission to colleges anduniversities. Under the general supervision of the Greater Long Beach Regional Education ConsortiumGoverning Board and in Collaboration with the Principal Investigator for the California Student Opportunity& Access Program (Cal-SOAP), the Project Director will be responsible for specific duties including but notlimited to: Grant Project and Fiscal Managemento Direct the implementation, development, and supervision of all Cal-SOAP policies,procedures, and standardso Develop annual budget (approx. 680,000 ) and 1.5 in-kind match with multiyear projects,and accurately monitor project expenditures in collaboration with the University BusinessOffice and Grant Administratorso Prepare all internal and external budget and project performance data reports, quarterly andend of year, for the Governing Board, CSULB Research Foundation, CSULB Division ofStudent Affairs, school district constituents, and the California Student Aid Commissiono Ensure the renewal of grant funding by preparing the Annual Program Plan as required by theCalifornia Student Aid Commissiono Ensure grant project adherence to applicable federal, state, local and university rules andregulationso Act as primary point of contact between CSAC and fiscal agento Attend all Project Director meetings, participate on CSAC committees, and submit districtwide data accordinglyo Process accounts payable and receivable payments/paperworko Establish a working relationship with the Principal Investigator for consultation and signatureauthorityo Serve as a liaison for the Long Beach Regional Consortium Governing Boardo Responsible for drafting quarterly board reports, coordinating regularly held board meetings,outreach and recruitment, and scheduling ongoing meeting with Governing Board ExecutiveMeetingo Coordinate, oversee, reconcile, and maintain evidence of In-Kind pledges and contributions(1.5 match) of all Long Beach Regional Consortium Governing Board memberso Coordinate professional development for staff, school site personnel, and governing boardmembers in areas related to mentoring, financial aid, and college readiness/successProgram Development and Services Coordination

o Lead a comprehensive annual program planning process that identifies 19 sites served and10 community site supervisors, programs/services delivered, and appropriate advising staffo Provide leadership and establish effective working relationships with other departments oncampus, within the community, and at target schools when coordinating services related toacademic mentoring, college application preparation, learning skills, financial aid assistance,career planning, and college tours low-income/first-generation high school studentso Responsible for developing pre-college curricula (online and in-person, in multiple languages)via individual appointments and group workshops in coordination with advisors, sitesupervisors, and district administration. Topics may include pro-academic behaviors, selfconfidence & self-efficacy, long range academic & career goals, leadership & campusinvolvement, social support & social confidence, and perseverance & resilience.o Coordinate and oversee all aspects of the Cal-SOAP College Prep Summer Academy, whichprovides college preparation support services to high school juniors and seniors during thesummero Conduct ongoing assessment and evaluation of all programs services and site servicelocations, and implement changes as neededo Perform in-depth analysis of individual student or specialized group needs, and readilycoordinate the resources needed to address the complex, multifaceted, and/or sensitiveconcernso Lead presentations and workshops for students, parents, school personnel and faculty, andcommunity organizations to convey information about college/career options and financial aido Create and disseminate publicity and marketing materials (print, online, social media, video)related to Cal-SOAP services, programs, and eventso Provide resources and/or referrals to all students to support to academic success, basic needs,health & wellness, and/or creating a student-ready environment.Site Management & Staff Supervisiono Manage the identification, selection, and tracking of all program participants (6,000 annual)and services (10,000 annual) throughout the greater Long Beach service areao Oversee the daily operations of the Cal-SOAP office, including supervision of over 25 PTstaff, including data coordinators, data clerks, program assistants, regional coordinators, andstudent assistantso Provide and/or coordinate staff training, development, and annual performance evaluation ofstaff in areas including, but not limited to college admissions, financial aid, counseling andcommunication, professionalism, and student developmento Manage the recruitment, screening, and selection of all professional and student staff(25 employees)o Enforce University and Cal-SOAP polices regarding work schedules, payroll, andemployment expectationso Participate in service training activities, educational conferences and professionaldevelopment opportunitieso Serve on community, school district, and university committees, as appropriateo Follow all University policies, procedures, and guidelines including but not limited to safety,civility, information security and non-discrimination policies and procedureso Conduct routine on-site check-ins with advisors at multiple high school site locationso The person holding this position is considered a “mandated reporter” under the CaliforniaChild Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements setforth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employmentOther duties as assigned

Must be able to accept constructive criticism, prioritize workload, be professional and dependable, interactpositively with others and possess a friendly and outgoing personality. Regular attendance required.EDUCATION, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Master’s degree in counseling, education, public administration or related field from an accreditedcollege or university required Minimum five (5) years of progressively responsible and demonstrable work experience in the areasof staff supervision, budget management, program development and evaluation, reporting andcompliance with federal, state, university regulations or equivalent experience Minimum five (5) years of educational program coordination/counseling experience, preferablyrelated to college access and student retention, persistence, graduation Advance knowledge of the academic and personal needs of low-income, first-generation, andunderrepresented K-12 students Experience in program evaluation and assessment, specifically the ability to utilize multiple datasources when tracking student achievement over time Ability to manage multiple priorities, funding sources, and accountability requirements Advance knowledge of holistic academic support services, development of individualized serviceplans; financial aid and literacy; and college access programs, and the California college systems Strong attention to detail, especially for tracking and auditing Experience that exhibits strong organizational skills and demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasksunder pressure Should be able to manage time effectively, prioritize tasks, and meet tight and frequent deadlines High degree of initiative and ability to work without constant supervision is required; flexibleregarding work hours and has the ability to work overtime when necessary to meet deadlines and/orattend weekend trainings/workshops Must be able to contribute to equitable and inclusionary work to support student-success thatstrengthen on retention and graduation Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learningenvironment Understand the importance of using inclusive language that does not promote gender/ethnic coding,discrimination, and/or selective pronoun usage for faculty, staff, and students Excellent oral and written communication skills. Social media communication skills are highlypreferred Must be able to accept constructive feedback, prioritize workload, be professional and interactpositively with others Possess a friendly and outgoing personality and demonstrate the ability to work with diverse studentpopulations Be willing to travel to various colleges and K-12 school sites, have reliable transportation and vehicleinsurance Regular punctual attendance requiredWork location:This position involves travel and oversight of K-12 school sites at assigned school sites, as well asadministrative duties at the Cal SOAP operations office, located in Long Beach, CA.AT-WILL/GRANT FUNDED EMPLOYMENT:

This position is employed through the CSULB Research Foundation. Employment is at-will. This position isrestricted to the conditions set forth in the grant. Ongoing employment is contingent upon continual renewalof grant monies and availability of funds.SALARY: 70,000 - 75,000FILING DEADLINE: Open Until FilledNote: In order to be considered for this position, please submit the required information as soon as possible.The hiring committee will review applications, interview qualified candidates and close the position anytimeon or after two (2) weeks from the posting date listed above. Removal of a position from our website isindication that the position has been filled.POST OFFER BACKGROUND CHECK REQUIREMENT:A post offer background check (including a reference and criminal records check) must be completed and theindividual cleared before they can start work with the CSULB Research Foundation. No information will berequired prior to the offer of employment. Once an offer of employment is made, failure to complete thebackground check and receive clearance may affect the application status of a new hire individual and/or thecontinued employment of a current CSULB Research Foundation employee who has applied for/moved intoa new position. Individuals working with minor children and/or the elderly will be required to renew their livescan fingerprinting and be cleared every twelve (12) months. Information obtained through the backgroundcheck does not automatically disqualify an individual from employment.COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIREMENTUpon being hired, all individuals will be required to attest/certify their COVID-19 vaccination status (proof ofvaccination will be required).APPLICANT PROCEDURE:Interested individuals should forward their cover letter, resume and completed employment applicationreferencing position to CSULB Research Foundation Human Resources Department in one of the followingways: By Mail/Delivery: 6300 State University Drive, Suite 332, Long Beach, CA 90815; By Confidential HR Fax: (562) 985-1726; By E-mail: [email protected] (put Job# in the Subject line)A separate application is necessary for each employment opportunity posting. It is the responsibility of theapplicant to clarify on their application their ability to perform the job for which they are applying. Individualsrequiring a reasonable accommodation in order to apply for this position should provide necessary informationto the Director of Human Resources. Additionally, individuals invited to interview for this position shouldinform the Director of Human Resources at the time of invitation, of any requirements for a reasonableaccommodation.NOTICE:The CSULB Research Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its employment as required byTitle IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended, and Section 86.9 of the administrative regulationsadopted by the Department of Education pursuant thereto, nor does it discriminate on the basis of race, color,religion, national origin (including language restrictions), sex (pregnancy or gender), sexual orientation,marital status, age, disability (mental and physical, including HIV and AIDS), ancestry, medical condition(cancer/genetic characteristics), denial of family and medical care leave, denial of pregnancy disability leaveor reasonable accommodation or veteran’s status (including Vietnam-era veterans) as required by otherfederal/state non-discrimination statues, related administrative regulations and executive orders. Individuals

selected for employment must provide proof of identity and employment eligibility as prescribed in Title 8,United States Code, and Section 132A. We are an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Title IXEmployer. The CSULB Research Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) corporation that exists solely to support andadvance the mission of CSULB. Employment with the CSULB Research Foundation rests solely with theCSULB Research Foundation and provides no rights or benefits of employment or any other kind, with anyother organization. This includes, but is not limited to: California State University Long Beach, the State ofCalifornia, or the sponsoring agencies of any programs administered by the CSULB Research Foundation.Please read and complete the following voluntary Applicant Affirmative Action Information Form.Submit completed form with your resume and completed employment application to:CSULB Research Foundation Human Resources – By Mail/Delivery: 6300 State University Drive, Suite 332, Long Beach, CA 90815;By Confidential HR Fax: (562) 985-1726;By E-mail: [email protected] (put Job# in the Subject line)

APPLICANT AFFIRMATIVE ACTION INFORMATION FORMVoluntaryThank you for your interest in employment with our Company. The following questions about your raceand gender and Protected Veteran status are included only because of government regulations. As an EqualOpportunity Employer, the Company does not use this information in its employment decisions, so whether ornot you return this form has no effect on your application. To the extent we are a government contractor subjectto the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as amended by the Jobs for Veterans Act of2002, we comply with requirements to take affirmative action regarding the employment of, and advancement inemployment of, qualified Protected Veterans (disabled veterans, active duty wartime or campaign badge veterans,Armed Forces service medal veterans, and recently separated veterans). If you come within any of those categoriesand would like to be included in our affirmative action program, you may tell us now or at any time in the future.We also invite you to tell us now, or at any time in the future, about any reasonable accommodations that youbelieve we could make which would better enable you to perform the essential functions of the job properly andsafely. Submitting this information is voluntary. Providing it or declining to provide it will not affect yourapplication or employment in any way. If you choose to submit the information, it will be kept confidential to theextent provided by law. of application:Position(s) applied for:Gender: Male FemaleRace/ethnic background (check one only): Hispanic/LatinoPersons of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or CentralAmerican, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless ofrace. WhitePersons having origins in any of the original peoples ofEurope, the Middle East or North Africa. Black/AfricanAmericanPersons having origins in any of the black racial groups ofAfrica. AsianPersons having origins in any of the original peoples of theFar East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian Subcontinent,including for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan,Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailandand Vietnam. Native Hawaiian/OtherPacific IslanderPersons having origins in any of the peoples of Hawaii,Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands. AmericanIndian/Alaska NativePersons having origins in any of the original peoples ofNorth and South America, (including Central America),and who maintain tribal affiliation or communityattachment. Two or more RacesNon-Hispanic persons who identify with more than one ofthe following five races: (1) White, (2) Black, (3) Asian, (4)Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, (5) AmericanIndian/Alaska Native.

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California State University , Long Beach Research Foundation . Employment Opportunity . BACKGROUND: The Long Beach Cal-SOAP Consortium, working under the direction of the California Student Aid Commission, provides high school students within the Long Beach, Lynwood, Compton, Norwalk, and . and district