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 Job #  Job Title  Location/Department   Level(s)   Date
 Announced 
Date
 Closing 
 42707  Adjunct Faculty  Penn State Abington
   - Penn State Abington, Academic Affairs
  04/16/2014  05/15/2014  
 42706  Administrative Support Coordinator 4  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Associate Dean For Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Office
  04   04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42717  Education Strategy and Planning Manager 3 (District 18 Director)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Berks and Schuylkill Counties
  03   04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42716  Education Strategy and Planning Manager 3 (District 20 Director)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Lehigh and Northampton Counties
  03   04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42715  Financial Manager 5  University Park Campus
   - Corporate Controller's Office
  05   04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42713  Housing and Ancillary Services Manager 2 (Assistant Director, Access Control)  University Park Campus
   - Housing (H&FS), Housing and Food Services
  02   04/16/2014  04/22/2014  
 42711  Information Technology Manager  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services, Business Intelligence
  02, 03   04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42703  Laboratory Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Materials Research Institute
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42714  Laboratory Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42604  Laborer  Penn State Abington
   - Penn State Abington
Grade 10 04/16/2014  04/22/2014  
 42710  Lecturers in Arabic  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Comparative Literature
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42719  Lecturers in Spanish  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42575  Mail Clerk - Courier  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Mail Services
Grade 06 04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42721  Men's Basketball Head Coach  Penn State Greater Allegheny
   - Penn State Greater Allegheny, Athletics
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42724  Part Time IT Support  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Office of Information Technology
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42735  Part-time Summer IT Support Positions  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Office of Information Technology
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42722  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Plant Pathology & Environmental Microbiology
  04/16/2014  05/16/2014  
 42708  Public Relations Specialist 1  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, IT Communications
  01   04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42733  Research Assistant - Condensed Matter Physics  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42726  Research Associate  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42720  Research Support Assistant  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies
  04/16/2014  04/22/2014  
 42709  Research Technologist 5  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Prevention Research Center
  05   04/16/2014  04/22/2014  
 42712  SEEMS Summer Mentors  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth & Mineral Sciences, Office of Educational Equity
  04/16/2014  04/22/2014  
 42731  Short-Term Visitor Opportunities for 2014/2015 Academic Year  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Mathematics
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42718  Systems Administrator 3 (PeopleSoft Systems Administrator)  University Park Campus
   - Executive Vice President & Provost and Senior Vice President, Finance & Business, Enterprise Project Management Office
  03   04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42704  Wage Payroll Positions  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, Office of Physical Plant/Maintenance and Operations
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42683  (AO) Student Auxiliary Officer  University Park Campus
   - University Police
  04/15/2014  05/15/2014  
 42681  Academic Adviser 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Advising and Learner Success
  03   04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42689  Administrative Support Assistant 2  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education
  02   04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42696  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 1  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Paul Robeson Cultural Center
  01   04/15/2014  04/21/2014  
 42699  Extension Assistant 2  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Mercer County
  02   04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42695  Financial Coordinator  Penn State's Dickinson School of Law
   - Penn State's Dickinson School of Law, Financial Office
  03, 04, 05   04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42687  Information Technology Helpdesk Intern  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Materials Research Institute
  04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42700  Research Technologist 1  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Neurology
  01   04/15/2014  04/21/2014  
 42701  Sales Specialist 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy - New Business Development
  03   04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42697  Special Operations Subject Matter Expert  Electro-Optics Center in Freeport, PA
   - Electro-Optics Center (EOC)
  04/15/2014  04/21/2014  
 42694  Summer Camp Instructors and Aides  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver, Continuing Education
  04/15/2014  04/21/2014  
 42692  Summer Student Wage Positions (PSU Students Only)  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver, Various
  04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42682  Wage Payroll Positions  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, The Smeal College of Business
  04/15/2014  04/21/2014  
 42690  World Language Education Instructor  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Curriculum & Instruction
  04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42675  Administrative Support Assistant 2  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Facilities
  02   04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42669  Arts Production Specialist 4  University Park Campus
   - College of Arts and Architecture, School of Theatre
  04   04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42671  Blue Band Videographer/Production Internship  University Park Campus
   - College of Arts and Architecture, Blue Band
  04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42679  Customer Service Representative 1  University Park Campus
   - Office of Business Services, Parking
  01   04/14/2014  04/20/2014  
 41988  Maintenance Worker, Asbestos Removal and Insulation  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Buildings and Grounds
Grade 05 04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42680  Marketing Communications Specialist 3  University Park Campus
   - Vice President and Dean for Undergraduate Education, Undergraduate Admissions Office
  03   04/14/2014  04/27/2014  
 41575  Plumber - Fitter  University Park Campus
   - Physical Plant (OPP), Renovation Services
Grade 03 04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42691  Postdoctoral Researcher in Linguistics  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese
  04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42672  Program Coordinator/Instructor, Nursing Program  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Behavioral Science and Education
  04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42667  Proposal and Award Generalist  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Psychiatry
  01, 02   04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42677  Research Technologist 2  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Department of Nutritional Sciences, Laboratory for the Study of Human Ingestive Behavior
  02   04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42678  Summer Positions  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Admissions
  04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42688  Summer Temporary Positions  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Admissions
  04/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42666  Transportation Manager 3 (Airport Repair Station Manager)  University Park Campus
   - Airport Operations, Airport Operations
  03   04/14/2014  04/20/2014  
 42674  Wage Payroll Positions Summer 2014  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Maintenance and Operations
  04/14/2014  04/20/2014  
 42686  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42665  Administrative Support Assistant 2  University Park Campus
   - Executive Vice President and Provost, University Budget Office
  02   04/11/2014  04/17/2014  
 42660  Counselor  Penn State Wilkes-Barre
   - Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Student Affairs and Academic Affairs
  02, 03   04/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42658  Enrollment Services Specialist 3  Penn State Abington
   - Penn State Abington, Student Affairs
  03   04/11/2014  04/17/2014  
 42668  Faculty Academic Advisor  University Park Campus
   - College of Arts and Architecture, School of Visual Arts
  04/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42670  Lecturer in Physics  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Science
  04/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42656  Multimedia Specialist  Penn State Great Valley
   - Outreach, Learning Design and Public Media
  01, 02, 03   04/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42662  New Student Orientation (NSO) Check-In Crew  University Park Campus
   - Undergraduate Education, Student Orientation and Transition Programs
  04/11/2014  05/06/2014  
 42657  Office Assistant  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Behrend College, WP$E Radio
  04/11/2014  04/17/2014  
 42663  Part-time Researchers in Sociology and Criminology  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Sociology and Criminology
  04/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42659  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Office of Research Information Systems (ORIS)
  02, 03   04/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42661  Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Astronomy and Astrophysics
  04/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42654  Wage Payroll Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
  04/11/2014  07/31/2014  
 42645  Adjunct Faculty  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver, Continuing Education
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42653  Adjunct Faculty  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver, Academic Affairs
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42629  Administrative Support Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Fluid Dynamics
  03, 04   04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42617  Computational Scientist  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  02, 03   04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42634  Desktop Services Intern  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Outreach Information Technology
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42608  Director, Bennett Family Child Care Center  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS)
  03, 04   04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42655  Full-time Fixed-term Faculty  Penn State Lehigh Valley
   - Penn State Lehigh Valley, B.S. Program in Rehabilitation and Human Services
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42633  Health Services Researcher  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Anesthesia
  04/10/2014  07/11/2014  
 42649  Information Sciences and Technology Instructor (Multi-Year appointment, 36 weeks)  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver, Academic Affairs
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42627  Information Technology Operations Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services
  01, 02   04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42651  Instructor in Chemistry  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Mathematics & Natural Sciences
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42652  Instructor in Japanese (Part-time)  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Division of Arts and Humanities
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42635  KPAP Instructor (Part-Time)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Kinesiology
  04/10/2014  12/31/2099  
 42624  Landscape Architect  Greater Pittsburgh Area
   - Outreach, The Penn State Center--Pittsburgh
  04/10/2014  04/16/2014  
 42621  Landscaping Contracting  Greater Pittsburgh Area
   - Outreach, The Penn State Center--Pittsburgh
  04/10/2014  04/16/2014  
 42636  Lecturer in Engineering  Penn State Berks
   - Penn State Berks, Engineering, Business & Computing
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42650  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biology
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42611  Public Relations Specialist (Writer-Editor)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, College Relations
  01, 02, 03   04/10/2014  04/16/2014  
 42643  Research Assistant / Research Associate  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Social Science Research Institute / Clearinghouse
  04/10/2014  06/30/2014  
 42628  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Materials Research Institute
  01, 02   04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42639  Research Technologist  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/10/2014  04/16/2014  
 42646  Sports Camp Instructors (Part-time)  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver, Continuing Education
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42647  Summer Camp Instructors (Part-time) and Aides  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver, Continuing Education
  04/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42612  Administrative Support Coordinator 2  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Design and Construction Services
  02   04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42625  Chemistry Instructor  Penn State Shenango
   - Penn State Shenango, Academic
  04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42618  Lecturer  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/09/2014  06/30/2014  
 42626  Lecturer in Digital Art  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42616  Marketing Strategy Specialist 3 (Marketing Strategic Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - Vice Provost for Global Programs, University Office of Global Programs
  03   04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42613  Post-doctoral position in Atmospheric Aerosol Science  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Meteorology
  04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42620  Summer Researchers in Comparative Literature  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Comparative Literature
  04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42622  Summer Researchers in French and Francophone Studies  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, French and Francophone Studies
  04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42619  Summer Researchers in Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures
  04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42623  Summer Researchers in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
  04/09/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42594  Adjunct/Part-time Instructors  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State Dubois, Academic Affairs
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42592  Administrative Support Assistant 2  University Park Campus
   - Education, Learning & Performance Systems
  02   04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42584  Assistant Professor  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Pediatric
  04/08/2014  05/30/2014  
 42605  Computer Science Instructor  Penn State Abington
   - Penn State Abington, Academic Affairs
  04/08/2014  05/09/2014  
 42609  Head Librarian  Penn State Wilkes-Barre
   - University Libraries, Nesbitt Library, Commonwealth Campus Libraries
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42597  Nursing Faculty (Part-time at Hershey)  University Park Campus
   - College of Nursing, College of Nursing - Hershey Medical Center Campus
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42590  Part-time Field Experience Supervisors  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Curriculum & Instruction
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42610  Part-time Lecturers in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42603  Program Assistants - Summer Bridge  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Millennium Scholars Program
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42598  Public Safety Officer 3  Penn State Shenango
   - Penn State Shenango, Security
  03   04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42596  Research Assistant (for Physical Activity and Public Health Lab)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Kinesiology
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42585  Wage Payroll Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Arts and Architecture, Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42587  Wage Payroll Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Arts and Architecture, School of Visual Arts
  04/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42582  Academic Adviser 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Advising and Learner Success
  03   04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42583  Academic Adviser 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Advising and Learner Success
  03   04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42574  Career and Corporate Liaison Counselor  Penn State Lehigh Valley
   - Penn State Lehigh Valley, Continuing Education
  01, 02   04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42573  Careers and Corporate Liaison Manager  Penn State Lehigh Valley
   - Penn State Lehigh Valley, Continuing Education
  02, 03   04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42593  Distinguished Undergraduate Research Program  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Embedded Systems and Technologies
  04/07/2014  06/05/2014  
 42565  Facilities Specialist (Maximo Business Analyst)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Work Control Divison
  03, 04, 05   04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42572  Graduate Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Learning and Performance Systems
  04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42580  Housing, Foods and Ancillary Services Manager 1  Penn State Hazleton
   - Housing (H&FS), Housing (Hazleton Campus)
  01   04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42570  Professional Tutors  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Academic Affairs
  04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42567  Research Project Manager 1  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Public Health Sciences
  01   04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42589  Summer Researchers in English  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, English
  04/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42578  Postdoctoral Position in experimental condensed matter Physics  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/05/2014  07/31/2014  
 42588  Postdoctoral Positions in Physics  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/05/2014  09/30/2014  
 42539  Assistant Fitness Program Coordinator  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Penn State Fitness Center and Recreational Facilities
  01, 02   04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42559  Coordinator of Strength Training  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Performance Enhancement
  03, 04   04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42550  Dielectric Materials Researcher  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Materials Research Institute
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42557  Education Program Associate 3 (Program Manager)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Conferences and Institutes
  03   04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42540  Graduate Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Learning & Performance Systems
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42546  Head Coach - Women’s Soccer  Penn State Abington
   - Penn State Abington, Athletics
  04/04/2014  04/21/2014  
 42553  Information Resources and Services Support Specialist 2  University Park Campus
   - University Libraries, Tombros McWhirter Knowledge Commons
  02   04/04/2014  04/17/2014  
 42545  Instructional Designer  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Teaching and Learning with Technology, Education Technology Services
  02, 03   04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42556  Lecturer (Part-time)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Biobehavioral Health
  04/04/2014  12/31/2099  
 42558  Marketing Research Specialist 3 (Data Analyst)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy
  03   04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42560  Part-time Instructors in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  04/04/2014  12/31/2099  
 42561  Part-time Lecturers in Arabic  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Comparative Literature
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42562  Part-time Lecturers in Asian Studies  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Asian Studies
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42563  Part-time Lecturers in Asian Studies  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Asian Studies
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42555  Part-time Lecturers in Labor and Employment Relations  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, School of Labor and Employment Relations
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42548  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, The Materials Research Institute (MRI)
  04/04/2014  05/05/2014  
 42549  Research Faculty  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Structural Acoustics
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42551  Research Faculty  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Structural Acoustics
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42397  Vice President for Strategic Communications  University Park Campus
   - Office of the President
  04/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42544  Assistant Professor of Plastics Engineering Technology  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Engineering
  04/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42527  Engineering Lab Manager 3  Penn State Great Valley
   - Penn State Great Valley, Academic Affairs/Engineering Department
  03   04/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42529  Office Assistant - Kinesiology Student Services  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Kinesiology
  04/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42534  Part-time Lecturers in Psychology  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Psychology
  04/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42532  Proposal Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Proposals
  03, 04, 05   04/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42522  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Plant Science
  02, 03   04/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42524  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Food Science
  04, 05   04/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42536  Summer Researchers in Psychology  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Psychology
  04/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42511  Administrative Support Coordinator  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Black School of Business
  04   04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42518  Assistant Recruiting Coordinator for Quality Control  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Football
  01   04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42517  Full-time Lecturer in African Studies Program  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, African Studies Program
  04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42512  Human Research Technologist 1 (Research Assistant)  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Department of Psychology
  01   04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42510  Information Technology Support Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Information Technology
  01, 02   04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42523  Instructor-Summer College Opportunity Program  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Office of the Assistant Dean of Multicultural Programs
  04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42515  Instructors in Business Disciplines  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Behrend College, Black School of Business
  04/02/2014  12/31/2099  
 42526  Lecturer in Nursing  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Nursing Program
  04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42514  Public Safety Officer 3 (Police Officer)  Penn State Berks
   - Berks, Police Services
  03   04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42521  Senior Digital Marketing Strategist  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Strategic Communications, Marketing and Advertising
  02   04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42519  Video Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Football
  02   04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42520  Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Economics
  04/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42503  Administrative Support Assistant 2  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Humanities
  02   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42506  Assistant Coach 2 (Assistant Coach, Women's Ice Hockey)  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Women's Ice Hockey
  02   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42496  Director of Marketing and Communications  University Park Campus
   - Penn State's Dickinson School of Law, Marketing and Communications
  04, 05   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42498  Financial Assistant 3  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biology
  03   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42497  Grants and Contracts Administrator (International Sponsor Relations Manager)  University Park Campus
   - Vice Provost for Global Programs, Global Engagement and Operations
  02, 03   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42486  Internship and Career Counselor  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Academic and Career Planning Center (ACPC)
  02   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42500  Major Gifts Officer 4 (Director of Major Gifts)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, Smeal College of Business
  04   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42490  Major Gifts Officer 5 (Director of Major Gifts)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, College of the Liberal Arts
  05   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42509  Part-time Lecturers in Comparative Literature  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Comparative Literature
  04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42508  Part-time Lecturers in French and Francophone Studies  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, French and Francophone Studies
  04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42507  Part-time Lecturers in Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures
  04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42502  Postdoctoral Research  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Heart and Vascular Institute
  04/01/2014  04/30/2014  
 42493  Research Associate  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/01/2014  06/30/2014  
 42488  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01, 02   04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42505  Women's Basketball Coach/Lecturer  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Athletics)
  04/01/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42481  Adjunct Instructor  Penn State New Kensington
   - Penn State New Kensington, Academic Affairs
  03/31/2014  04/21/2014  
 42474  Assistant Coach, Men's Soccer  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Men's Soccer
  02, 03   03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42471  Information Technology Trainer  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Office of Research Protections
  03, 04   03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42477  Instructional Production Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Learning Design and Public Media
  01, 02, 03   03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42432  Instructor in Mathematics  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State DuBois, Academic Affairs
  03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42487  Part-time Instructors (Variety of Disciplines)  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Academic Affairs
  03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42484  Postdoc Scholar  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Psychology
  03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42470  Programmer/Analyst 2  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, University Health Services
  02   03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42476  Research Project Manager 1  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Medicine
  01   03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42473  Research Technologist  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Radiology
  01, 02, 03   03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42480  Systems Design Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Teaching and Learning with Technology
  02, 03   03/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42465  Accountant 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Penn State Professional and Community Education Finance Office
  03   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42454  Administrative Assistant to the Director  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Department of Nutritional Sciences
  03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42456  Administrative Support Coordinator 3  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - University Libraries, George T. Harrell Health Sciences Library
  03   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42455  Education Program Associate 3 (America Reads Program Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy and The Goodling Institute
  03   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42463  Instructional Designer  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Outreach, Learning Design and Public Media
  02, 03, 04   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42459  Lecturer in ESL Composition  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Applied Linguistics
  03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42457  Multimedia Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Office of Research Information Systems
  02, 03, 04   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42446  Research Technologist 4 (Staff Sensory Scientist)  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Food Science
  04   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42467  Staff Attorney (Assistant or Associate General Counsel)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President and General Counsel, General Counsel Office
  01, 02, 03   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42468  Staff Attorney (Assistant or Associate General Counsel)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President and General Counsel, General Counsel Office
  03, 04, 05   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42466  Staff Attorney 1 (Law Fellow)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President and General Counsel, General Counsel Office
  01   03/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42440  Administrative Support Assistant 3  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Advising Center
  03   03/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42131  Maintenance Worker (General) B  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Brandywine
Grade 08 03/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42449  Part-time Lecturers in Polical Science  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Political Science
  03/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42451  Postdoc Position in Neural Engineering of Postmalarial Epilepsy  University Park Campus
   - College of Engineering, Enginering Science and Mechanics, Center for Neural Engineering
  03/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42442  Postdoctoral Scholar in Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biology
  03/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42439  Research Support Assistant  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Prevention Research Center
  03/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42438  Student Services Associate 4 (Associate Director)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Office of Student Conduct
  04   03/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42414  Adjunct Instructor in Accounting  Penn State Wilkes-Barre
   - Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Academic Affairs
  03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42419  Administrative Assistant  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Public Affairs
  03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42426  Administrative Support Coordinator 4  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Learning and Performance Systems
  04   03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42435  Full-Time Fixed-Term Opportunties  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, The Smeal College of Business
  03/26/2014  06/30/2015  
 42411  Information Technology Project Manager 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Information Technology
  03   03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42416  Instructor in Computer Science/Engineering and Mathematics  Penn State Wilkes-Barre
   - Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Academic Affairs
  03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42417  Instructor in Surveying and Engineering  Penn State Wilkes-Barre
   - Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Academic Affairs
  03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42433  Part-Time Opportunities for 2014/2015 Academic Year  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, Smeal College of Business
  03/26/2014  06/30/2015  
 42429  Part-time Lecturers in African American Studies  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, African American Studies
  03/26/2014  07/31/2014  
 42430  Part-time Lecturers in African Studies  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, African Studies
  03/26/2014  07/31/2014  
 42431  Part-time Lecturers in Women's Studies  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Women's Studies
  03/26/2014  07/31/2014  
 42424  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  03/26/2014  08/31/2014  
 42423  Programmer/Analyst 2  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Career Services
  02   03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42413  Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Flow Acoustics
  03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42410  Systems Administrator  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Gittlen Laboratories for Cancer Research
  01, 02, 03   03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42412  Systems Administrator (Managed Computing Administrator)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Information Technology
  01, 02   03/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42402  Academic Advising Manager  University Park Campus
   - Undergraduate Education, Division of Undergraduate Studies (DUS)
  01, 02   03/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41763  Equipment Operator B, Utility Construction  University Park Campus
   - Physical Plant (OPP), Utility Services
Grade 06 03/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42400  Lecturer for REU Program  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Mathematics
  03/25/2014  05/12/2014  
 42385  Lecturer/Instructor  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Science, Engineering and Technology
  03/25/2014  06/30/2014  
 42396  Marketing and Communications Manager 3 (Assistant Director, News and Media Relations)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Strategic Communications, News and Media Relations
  03   03/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42405  Postdoc Scholar in Engineering Ethics  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Rock Ethics Institute/College of the Liberal Arts
  03/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42388  Postdoctoral Research Associate  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Ecosystem Science and Management
  03/25/2014  04/25/2014  
 42398  Postdoctoral Scholar in Molecular Parasitology  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  03/25/2014  12/31/2014  
 42389  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services, Business Intelligence
  03, 04   03/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42394  Programmer/Analyst (Business Analyst)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Office of Research Information Systems (ORIS)
  01, 02, 03   03/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42404  Staff Assistant/Tutor Coordinator  Penn State York
   - Penn State York, Nittany Success Center
  03/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42335  Computer Technology Assistant  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Office of the Dean, Information Systems and Services
  03/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42325  Marketing and Communications Manager 2 (Manager, Internal Communications)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Strategic Communications, News and Media Relations
  02   03/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42346  Multimedia Specialist 2  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Penn State Public Media
  02   03/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42366  Office Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Astronomy and Astrophysics - Swift Explorer Program
  03/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42321  Preschool Teacher  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies, Children's Programs, Bennett Family Center
  02, 03   03/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42324  Public Relations Specialist 3 (Associate Editor, Internal Communications)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Strategic Communications, News and Media Relations
  03   03/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42339  Public Safety Officer 3  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, University Police
  03   03/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42331  Zumba Instructor  Penn State Wilkes-Barre
   - Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Athletics
  03/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42318  Assistant Professor (Workforce Education) - Fixed-Term 1  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Learning & Performance Systems
  03/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42322  Coordinator of Undergraduate Advising for the Department of Mathematics  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Mathematics
  03/21/2014  04/20/2014  
 42328  Distinguished Visiting Professorship  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Mathematics
  03/21/2014  04/20/2014  
 42316  Enrollment Services Specialist 3  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, Office of Student Services, Enrollment Services
  03   03/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42330  Instructors in Engineering Disciplines  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Engineering
  03/21/2014  12/31/2099  
 42382  Physics Instructor  Penn State Abington
   - Penn State Abington, Academic Affairs
  03/21/2014  04/26/2014  
 42317  Summer Researchers  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Communication Arts and Sciences
  03/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42319  Summer Researchers  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Philosophy
  03/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42307  Academic Adviser for the Department of Mathematics  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Mathematics
  03/20/2014  04/20/2014  
 42297  Administrative Support  Penn State Fayette
   - Penn State Fayette, Continuing Education
  03/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42302  Administrative Support Coordinator  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Engineering
  04   03/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42306  Department Chairperson  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, Department of Supply Chain and Information Systems
  03/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42301  Information Technology Consultant 2 (Research Systems Support)  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure
  02   03/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42299  Linux System Administrator (Research Systems)  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure
  03, 04   03/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42300  Programmer/Analyst (Parallel and High-Performance Computing Software Developer)  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructure
  03, 04   03/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42303  Proposal and Award Generalist (Associate Coordinator for Post-Award)  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Office of Associate Dean for Research
  02, 03   03/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42290  Education Program Associate 2 (Pittsburgh Food Policy Council Manager)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Allegheny County
  02   03/19/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42287  Multimedia Specialist 1 (Graphic Designer)  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Information Technology in Liberal Arts (ITLA)
  01, 02   03/19/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42291  Systems Design Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Facility Automation Services
  02, 03   03/19/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42292  Systems Design Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Facility Automation Services
  02, 03   03/19/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42293  West Nile Virus Program Field Technician  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Fayette County
  03/19/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42281  Adjunct Faculty  Penn State's Dickinson School of Law
   - Penn State Dickinson School of Law, Law
  03/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42283  Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education  Penn State Abington
   - Penn State Abington, Academic Affairs
  03/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42272  Grants and Contracts Administrator (Global Collaborations Manager)  University Park Campus
   - Vice Provost for Global Programs, University Office of Global Programs
  03, 04   03/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42282  Instructors, Higher Education  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Education Policy Studies
  03/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42269  Marketing and Communications Manager  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Social Science Research Institute / Clearinghouse
  02, 03   03/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42270  Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, The Social Science Research Institute
  03/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42263  Research Project Manager 1  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Counseling and Psychological Services
  01   03/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42280  Research Technologist 2  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Animal Science
  02   03/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42256  Analysis and Planning Consultant  University Park Campus
   - Vice President and Dean for Undergraduate Education, Undergraduate Education
  02, 03, 04   03/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42275  Distinguished Undergraduate Research Program  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Information Science and Technology
  03/17/2014  05/15/2014  
 42276  Distinguished Undergraduate Research Program  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Technology Concepts and Modeling
  03/17/2014  05/15/2014  
 42277  Distinguished Undergraduate Research Program  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Nuclear and Space Power
  03/17/2014  05/15/2014  
 42274  Distinguished Undergraduate Research Progrm  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Embedded Hardware and Software Systems Applications
  03/17/2014  05/15/2014  
 42259  Extension Educator (Horticulture Educator)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Exension, Philadelphia
  03, 04, 05   03/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42279  Mathematics Instructor  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Mathematics
  03/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42251  4-H Summer Intern  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Northampton County
  03/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42257  Geospatial Services Librarian  University Park Campus
   - University Libraries, University Libraries
  03/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42255  Instructor  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Nutritional Sciences
  03/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41476  Janitorial Worker  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg
Grade 10 03/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42258  Lecturer in Italian  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
  03/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42242  Fixed-term II (Part-Time) Faculty Positions for 2014/2015 Academic Year  University Park Campus
   - Arts & Architecture, College of Arts & Architecture
  03/13/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42243  Network Systems Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Telecommunications and Networking Services, Core Team
  03, 04   03/13/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42248  Visiting Professor of Finance  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, Finance Department
  03/13/2014  05/15/2014  
 42233  Coordinator of Athletic Facilities 4  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Operations
  04   03/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42234  Education Program Associate  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State DuBois, Continuing Education
  01, 02   03/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42228  Extension Assistant (Nutrition Education Adviser)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Montgomery County
  01, 02   03/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42124  Groundskeeper, Horticultural Worker  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Landscape
Grade 06 03/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41963  Heating and Ventilating Technician  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Buildings & Grounds
Grade 03 03/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42235  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Center for Childhood Obesity Research
  02, 03   03/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42236  Teaching Fellow in ESL/EAP Program  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Department of Applied Linguistics
  03/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42206  Administrative Support Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Penn State Public Media
  02, 03   03/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42207  Constituent Programming and Events Officer 3 (Events Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Penn State Public Media
  03   03/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42221  Facilities Supervisor 5 (General Services Supervisor)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Buildings and Grounds
  05   03/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42217  Financial Assistant 2  Penn State Hazleton
   - Penn State Hazleton, Bursar/Finance Office
  02   03/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42219  Information Technology Manager 1  University Park Campus
   - Vice Provost for Global Programs, Global Engagement and Operations
  01   03/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42213  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, ITS
  03, 04   03/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42211  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01, 02   03/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42220  Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Lecturer in Chemistry  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Science
  03/11/2014  05/10/2014  
 42196  4-H Summer Intern  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Clinton County
  03/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42201  Enrollment Services Specialist 3 (Admissions Counselor)  Penn State Worthington Scranton
   - Penn State Worthington Scranton, Admissions
  03   03/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42202  Financial Assistant  Penn State Worthington Scranton
   - Penn State Worthington Scranton, Business and Finance Offices
  03/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42205  Student Services Associate 3 (Associate Director of Student Affairs)  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Student Affairs
  03   03/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42198  Student Services Manager (Director of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management)  Penn State Berks
   - Penn State Berks, Penn State Berks Student Affairs
  04, 05   03/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42215  [015-167] Post Doctoral Scholars  University Park Campus
   - College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering
  03/10/2014  05/10/2014  
 42216  [015-168] Post Doctoral Scholars  University Park Campus
   - College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering
  03/10/2014  05/10/2014  
 42214  Assistant/Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, The Sam and Irene Black School of Business
  03/08/2014  07/31/2014  
 42209  Assistant/Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Astronomy & Astrophysics
  03/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42188  Administrative Support Assistant 2  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Psychiatry
  02   03/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42192  Annual Giving Specialist 3  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, Intercollegiate Athletics (NLC)
  03   03/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42199  Distinguished Undergraduate Research Program  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Synthetic Environment Applications Laboratory (SEALab)
  03/07/2014  05/07/2014  
 42195  International Student Engagement Coordinator  University Park Campus
   - Vice Provost for Global Programs, University Office of Global Programs
  02, 03   03/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42190  Marketing Strategy Specialist 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Marketing, Recruitment, and Advocacy
  03   03/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42191  OUD Manager 5 (Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations)  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, Penn State Hershey Medical Center
  05   03/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42189  Research Technologist 1  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
  01   03/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42172  Human Research Technologist 1  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State's College of Medicine, Medicine
  01   03/06/2014  07/01/2014  
 42180  Research Technologist 1  Southeast Agricultural Research and Extension Center
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Cooperative Extension
  01   03/06/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42168  Cocurricular Programs Manager (Assistant Director)  University Park Campus
   - Vice Provost for Educational Equity, Talent Search Program
  01, 02   03/05/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42166  Marketing Strategy Specialist 3 (Internal Communications Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Employee and Strategic University Communications
  03   03/05/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42167  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Management Information Systems
  02, 03, 04   03/05/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42158  Transmission Electron Microscopy Research Faculty Member (Non-tenure)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, The Materials Research Institute (MRI)
  03/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42134  Administrative Support Assistant 2  Penn State's Dickinson School of Law
   - Penn State's Dickinson School of Law, Dickinson School of Law
  02   03/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42145  Data Analyst 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Operations - Analytics and Reporting
  03   03/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41543  Specialized Equipment Technician  University Park Campus
   - Physical Plant (OPP), Buildings and Grounds
Grade 02 03/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42154  Hospitality Management - Tenure-Track and Fixed Term Positions  University Park Campus
   - Health & Human Development, School of Hospitality Management
  03/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42129  Administrative Support Coordinator  Penn State Mont Alto
   - Penn State Mont Alto, Academic Affairs
  02, 03   02/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42133  Assistant or Associate Dean, Graduate and International Programs  University Park Campus
   - Penn State Dickinson School of Law, Graduate and International Programs
  02/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42138  Lecturer in Electrical and Computer Engineering  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Behrend College, School of Engineering
  02/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42137  Research Faculty  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Fluids Research
  02/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42117  Information Technology Manager 3 (Director of Computing Services)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Information Technology Services
  03   02/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42102  Instructor in Mathematics or Statistics  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Mathematics & Natural Sciences
  02/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42113  Part-time positions in Mathematics or Statistics  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Mathematics & Natural Sciences
  02/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42125  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Applied Enterprise Systems
  02, 03   02/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42103  Administrative Support Assistant 4  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Associate Vice President's Office
  04   02/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42107  Lecturer in Social Media Public Relations and Media Production  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  02/26/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42106  Part Time Faculty  Penn State Mont Alto
   - Penn State Mont Alto, Academic Affiars
  02/26/2014  08/30/2014  
 42099  Extension Assistant 1 (4-H Extension Assistant)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Crawford County
  01   02/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42092  Occupational Safety/Environmental Health Specialist 3 (Utilities Safety Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant
  03   02/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42095  Part-time Lecturers in Linguistics  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Psychology
  02/25/2014  07/31/2014  
 42086  Academic Adviser  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, Division of Undergraduate Studies
  03, 04   02/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42087  Academic Advising Manager 3 (Director, College of Engineering Advising Center and Pre-Major Programs and Senior DUS Programs Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - Undergraduate Education, Division of Undergraduate Studies (DUS)
  03   02/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42080  Associate Vice President for Industrial Research Collaboration  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Office of the Vice President for Research
  02/24/2014  05/30/2014  
 42085  Engineering Support Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Machine Shop
  02, 03   02/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42083  Executive Director, Penn State Defense Related Research Units  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Director's Office
  02/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42074  Nursing Specialist 3 (Licensed Practical Nurse)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, University Health Services
  03   02/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42060  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 2 (Coordinator, Residence Life)  Penn State Altoona
   - Division of Student Affairs, Residence Life
  02   02/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42068  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 4 (Community Health Educator)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, University Health Services
  04   02/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42072  Facilities Management 3 (Assistant Director Maintenance Programs and Services)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Building and Grounds
  03   02/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42073  Lecturer in Biology  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Science
  02/20/2014  05/31/2014  
 42064  Network Systems Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services, Systems Engineering
  03, 04   02/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42062  Research and Development Engineer  Uniondale, NY
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Navigation Research and Development
  01, 02, 03   02/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42058  Professor of Social Studies Education (Open Rank)  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Division of Education, Human Development and Social Sciences
  02/19/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42057  Professor of Special Education (open rank)  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Division of Education, Human Development and Social Sciences
  02/19/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42049  Research Technologist 1  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Animal Science
  01   02/19/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42038  Academic Adviser 3  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Office of Undergraduate Studies
  03   02/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42030  Administrative Support Coordinator 3 (Development & Alumni Relations Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - College of Nursing, Development & Alumni Relations Office
  03   02/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42040  Administrative Support Coordinator 5  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering
  05   02/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42022  Assistant Equipment Manager  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Men's and Women's Ice Hockey
  03   02/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42043  Campus Coordinator, Nursing Program; Instructror  Penn State Worthington Scranton
   - Penn State Worthington Scranton, Academic Affairs
  02/18/2014  06/30/2014  
 42039  Campus Registrar 3  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs
  03   02/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42027  Safety and Security  Penn State Worthington Scranton
   - Penn State Worthington Scranton, Safety and Security
  02/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42010  Analysis and Planning Consultant 4 (Director, Innovation Strategy)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Strategic Partnerships
  04   02/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42031  Senior Director, University Health Services  University Park Campus
   - Student Affairs, University Health Services
  02/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42016  Senior Instructor/Instructor and Director of Student Recruitment and Activities  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, The Office of Undergraduate Education
  02/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42023  Postdoctural Fellowship in Applied Gerontology  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Center for Healthy Aging
  02/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42002  Nursing Simulation Center Coordinator  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Behavioral Sciences and Education
  02/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42008  Postdoctoral Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth & Mineral Sciences, Earth and Environmental Systems Institute
  02/14/2014  06/30/2014  
 41997  Psychological Services Manager 2 (Assistant Director, Technology and Research)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Counseling and Psychological Services
  02   02/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42003  Wildlife Lab Technician  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State DuBois, Academic Affairs
  02   02/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41987  Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer (Assistant Director)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations
  03, 04   02/13/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41986  Emerging Dance Artist  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Division of Arts and Humanities
  02/13/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41976  Extension Assistant (Nutrition Education Adviser)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Dauphin County
  01, 02   02/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41880  Janitorial Worker  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg
Grade 10 02/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41970  Planner Estimator 3  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Work Control Center
  03   02/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41966  Clinical Social Worker/Mental Health Therapist  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Counseling and Psychological Services
  03, 04   02/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41955  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 3 (Programming Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, LGBTA Student Resource Center
  03   02/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41956  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 4 (Assistant Director)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, LGBTA Student Resource Center
  04   02/11/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41945  Analysis and Planning Consultant  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Operations - Analytics and Reporting
  02, 03   02/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41948  Assistant Professor of Accounting  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Business Administration
  02/10/2014  06/30/2014  
 41938  Biology, Open Rank  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Science, Engineering and Technology
  02/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41946  Data Analyst 5 (Senior Analyst)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Operations - Analytics and Reporting
  05   02/10/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41954  ESL Lecturer  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Department of Applied Linguistics
  02/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41917  Assistant/Associate Professor of Rural Sociology  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education
  02/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41932  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 2 (Coordinator, Residence Life)  Penn State Hazleton
   - Division of Student Affairs, Residence Life
  02   02/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41795  Dean of the College of Information Sciences and Technology  University Park Campus
   - Office of the President
  02/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41928  Extension Associate 3  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Cooperative Extension
  03   02/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41931  Major Gifts Officer (Assistant/Associate Director of Development)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, College of Earth & Mineral Sciences
  02, 03   02/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41929  Marketing and Communications Manager 2 (Senior Copy Writer)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Marketing/Creative Services
  02   02/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41930  Technical Communications Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Identity Services
  03, 04   02/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41914  Academic Adviser  Penn State Mont Alto
   - Penn State Mont Alto, Division of Undergraduate Studies
  02   02/06/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41898  Campus Registrar  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State DuBois, Academic Affairs
  02, 03   02/05/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41894  Cocurricular Programs Manager 2 (Assistant Director of Employer Relations and Recruiting)  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, MBA Program
  02   02/05/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41911  Postdoctoral Scholar - Institute for Gravitation and the Cosmos  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  02/05/2014  04/30/2014  
 41905  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, John A. Dutton E-education Institute
  02, 03   02/05/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41900  Psychologist  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Counseling and Psychological Services
  03, 04   02/05/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41903  Research and Development Engineer  Newberry, IN
   - Electro-Optics Center (EOC), Systems Engineering
  03, 04   02/05/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41881  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 2 (Coordinator, Residence Life)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Residence Life
  02   02/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41884  Human Resources Specialist 3 (Associate Director of Talent Acquisition)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, DDAR Human Resources
  03   02/04/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41867  Administrative Support Assistant 2  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, University Health Services
  02   02/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41876  Assistant Building Coordinator  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Operations
  03   02/03/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41854  Counselor (Academic Counselor - Football)  University Park Campus
   - Undergraduate Education, Morgan Academic Support Center for Student-Athletes
  02, 03   01/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41845  Financial Assistant 3  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Union and Student Activities
  03   01/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41841  Forest Genetics Research Technician  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Ecosystem Science and Management
  01/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41853  Information Technology Project Manager  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Justice and Safety Institute (JASI)
  02, 03   01/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41858  Lecturer in Communciation Arts and Sciences  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Communication Arts and Sciences
  01/31/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41859  Part-time Lecturers in Communication Arts and Sciences  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Communication Arts and Sciences
  01/31/2014  09/30/2014  
 41848  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  01/31/2014  04/30/2014  
 41826  Facilities Management 3 (Manager, Engineering Services)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Engineering Services
  03   01/30/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41830  Facilities Supervisor 5  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Buildings and Grounds, Area Services
  05   01/30/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41831  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Cyber Innovation
  04, 05   01/30/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41823  Postdoctoral Scholar, International Human Resource Management Project  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, School of Labor and Employment Relations
  01/29/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41803  Golf Course Maintenance Worker  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Penn State Golf Course
  01/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41806  Postdoc Scholar, The Center for Language Science (CLS)  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Department of Psychology, Center for Language Science
  01/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41784  Public Safety Officer  Penn State Shenango
   - Penn State Shenango, Security
  01/28/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41774  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Cyber Innovation
  01, 02, 03   01/27/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41789  Teaching Positions - Nutritional Sciences (Part-time)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Nutritional Sciences
  01/27/2014  01/26/2015  
 41790  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  01/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41793  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Mathematics
  01/25/2014  07/31/2014  
 41792  Research Associate Positions  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Mathematics
  01/25/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41765  Instructor or Clinical Professor in Accounting (Full-time)  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, Accounting
  01/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41760  Methodology Faculty Position on Big Data - Human Development & Family Studies (Open Rank)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Human Development & Family Studies (HDFS)
  01/24/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41762  Academic Adviser 2 (Assistant Coordinator for Academic and Student Success)  Penn State Fayette
   - Penn State Fayette, Academic Affairs
  02   01/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41752  Administrative Support Coordinator  Annapolis, MD
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Advanced Technology Office
  04, 05   01/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41750  Animal Caretaker  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Comparative Medicine
  01/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41754  Physical Therapy Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, University Health Services
  03, 04   01/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41758  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Statustics
  01/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41749  Animal Care Technician  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Comparative Medicine
  01/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41736  Enrollment Services Specialist 4 (Assistant Director of Admissions for Multicultural Recruitment)  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, Student Affairs, Office of Multicultural Recruitment and Community Affairs
  04   01/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41743  Facilities Supervisor 3 (Custodial Supervisor)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Building and Grounds Area Services
  03   01/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41723  Information Technology Project Manager 2  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Teaching and Learning with Technology, Education Technology Services
  02   01/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41722  Administrative Support Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Vice Provost for Global Programs, Directorate of Global Engagement and Operations
  02, 03   01/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41707  Administrative Support Coordinator  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Social Science Research Institute/Clearinghouse
  02, 03   01/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41716  Assistant Professor of Psychology  Penn State Fayette
   - Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses, Social Science and Education
  01/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41717  Instructional Designer 1  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Digital Media, Pedagogy, and Scholarship
  01, 02, 03   01/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41735  Instructor in French and Arabic  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Division of Arts and Humanities
  01/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41721  Post-Doctoral Scholar  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01/21/2014  04/30/2014  
 41694  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01, 02   01/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41695  Research Technologist 1  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01   01/20/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41693  Education Strategy and Planning Manager (Program Manager)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Academic Affairs
  01, 02   01/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41690  Web Content Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Information Technology
  01/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41678  Extension Educator (Field and Forage Crops Educator)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Franklin County
  03, 04, 05   01/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41684  Postdoctoral Position  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01/16/2014  04/30/2014  
 41674  Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Radiogenic Isotope Geochemistry  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth & Mineral Sciences, Geosciences
  01/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41651  Cocurricular Programs Manager 1 (Assistant Director for Professional Development)  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, Career and Corporate Connections
  01   01/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41646  Music Instructor/Choir Director  Penn State Mont Alto
   - Penn State Mont Alto, Music
  01/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41654  Public Safety Officer 3  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Business Services
  03   01/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41650  West Nile Virus Program Assistant  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Lebanon County
  01/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41649  West Nile Virus Program Assistant  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Lancaster County
  01/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41645  Data Analyst 3  University Park Campus
   - Vice President and Dean for Undergraduate Education, Undergraduate Admissions Office
  03   01/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41652  Instructor - Part-time - Psychology  Penn State Hazleton
   - Penn State Hazleton, Academic Affairs
  01/14/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41619  Alumni Association Constituent Relations Officer 4 (Associate Director of Volunteer Management)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, Penn State Alumni Association
  04   01/13/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41633  Programmer/Analyst 2  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Information Technology in Liberal Arts (ITLA)
  02, 03   01/13/2014  04/20/2014  
 41625  Research Technologist 2  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Science, Engineering and Technology
  02   01/13/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41572  Instructor of Economics  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Business Administration
  01/08/2014  05/31/2014  
 41565  Part-time Assistant  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Office of Academic Affairs
  01/08/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41593  Post Doctoral  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01/08/2014  05/30/2014  
 41555  Assistant Professor of HDFS  Penn State York
   - Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses, HHD
  01/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41562  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Visualization Lab/CINO
  03, 04, 05   01/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41554  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Communications, Information, and Navigation
  03, 04   01/07/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41551  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Visualization Lab
  02, 03   01/06/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41522  Planner Estimator 4 (Lead Scheduler)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Work Control Center
  04   01/02/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 41402  Dean of the College of Communications  University Park Campus
   - Office of the President
  12/20/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41499  Agricultural Operations Specialist (Unit Manager Poultry Education and Research Center)  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Animal Science
  03, 04   12/19/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41511  Postdoctoral Scholar – Viral genomics and neuronal infection  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science
  12/19/2013  07/31/2014  
 41496  Women's Head Volleyball Coach  University Park Campus
   - Penn State Schuylkill, Athletics
  12/19/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41487  South Food District Part-Time Cashier  University Park Campus
   - Food Services (H&FS), South Food District
  12/18/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41477  (STEAM) Academy Team Coordinator  Penn State York
   - Penn State York, Academic Affairs
  12/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41484  Post Doctoral  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Public Health Sciences
  12/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41485  Predoctoral Fellowship  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Public Health Sciences
  12/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41478  System and Network Security Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services
  03, 04   12/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41283  Truck Driver (Light, Medium and Heavy)  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, ARL Facilities
Grade 05 12/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41467  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 2 (Coordinator, Residence Life)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Residence Life
  02   12/16/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41471  Director of the Prevention Research Center  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies
  12/16/2013  06/30/2014  
 41473  Director, School of Public Affairs  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Public Affairs
  12/16/2013  05/31/2014  
 41445  Systems Administrator  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services, Systems Engineering
  03, 04   12/11/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41404  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 4 (Assistant Director)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Union and Student Activities
  04   12/09/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41403  Research Technologist 2  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Business and Engineering
  02   12/09/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41378  Housing & Food Services Part-Time Cashier  Penn State Beaver
   - Auxiliary and Business Services, Food Services
  12/05/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41374  IT Manager 3 (Director, IT Solutions)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Information Technology Services
  03   12/04/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41362  Marketing Communications Specialist 2 (Web Content Coordinator)  Penn State Lehigh Valley
   - Penn State Lehigh Valley
  02   12/04/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41338  Shift Supervisor - Pegula Ice Arena  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Pegula Ice Arena
  02, 03   12/03/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41290  Research Technologist 1  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Animal Science
  01   11/26/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41266  Associate Athletic Director, Business Relations and Communication  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics
  04, 05   11/22/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41254  Research Technologist 2 (Chem/Bio Lab Technician)  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State Dubois, Academic Affairs
  02   11/22/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41239  IT Consultant  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Consulting and Support Services, Entrepreneurial Services
  02, 03   11/21/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41225  Instructional Designer  Penn State Great Valley
   - Outreach, Learning Design and Public Media
  02, 03   11/20/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41229  Internal Communications Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Information Technology
  02   11/20/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41214  Technical Communications Specialist 1 (Instructional Editor)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Learning Design and Public Media
  01   11/19/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41208  Faculty - Instructors - Part-time  Penn State Hazleton
   - Penn State Hazleton, Academic Affairs
  11/16/2013  08/30/2014  
 41181  University Physician  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, University Health Services
  11/15/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41166  Customer Service Representative  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Dean's Office - IT Group
  11/14/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41177  Rail and Transit Engineering Faculty Position  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs Division of Business and Engineering
  11/14/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41157  Instructional Designer 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Penn State Public Media
  03   11/13/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41161  Physician 3  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, University Health Services
  03   11/13/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41150  Research Technologist (Lab Manager)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Nutritional Science
  02, 03   11/13/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40682  Maintenance Worker, Asbestos Removal and Insulation  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Central Services
Grade 05 11/08/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41092  Information Technology Consultant 2  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Consulting and Support Services, Unit Services
  02   11/06/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41089  Penn State Greater Allegheny Cashier  Penn State Greater Allegheny
   - Food Services (H&FS)
  11/06/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41066  Research and Development Engineer (Operations Research Department Head)  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Operations Research
  03, 04, 05   11/05/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 41047  Business and Engineering Instructors Part-time  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs Division of Business and Engineering
  10/31/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40921  Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing  University Park Campus
   - School of Nursing, College of Nursing
  10/23/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40916  Systems Design Specialist 3  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Telecommunications and Networking Services, Network Service Engineering
  03   10/22/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40900  Director of Materials Research Institute (MRI)  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Materials Research Institute (MRI)
  10/21/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40857  Assistant or Associate Professor of Recreation, Park and Tourism Management  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Recreation, Park and Tourism Management (RPTM)
  10/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40878  Lecturers in Psychology  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Department of Psychology
  10/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40877  Part--time Lecturers in Psychology  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Department of Psychology
  10/17/2013  05/02/2014  
 40827  Lecturer of Information Sciences and Technology/Security & Risk Analysis  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, School of Business Administration
  10/14/2013  04/30/2014  
 40814  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services
  03, 04   10/11/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40790  Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer 5 (Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations)  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, Penn State Hershey Medical Center
  05   10/08/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40762  Programmer/Analyst (Drupal Developer)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Dean's Office - Alumni and College Relations
  02, 03, 04   10/04/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40758  Part-Time Opportunities for 2013/2014 Academic Year  University Park Campus
   - Smeal College of Business, Smeal College of Business
  10/03/2013  05/15/2014  
 40737  Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs Division of Business and Engineering
  10/01/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40719  Major Gifts Officer (Assistant/Associate Director of Development)  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, PS Harrisburg
  02, 03   09/30/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40703  Systems Developer  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services, Systems Engineering
  03, 04, 05   09/27/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40588  Research Project Manager  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Nutritional Sciences
  02, 03   09/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40570  Postdoctoral  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
  09/16/2013  06/30/2014  
 40257  Environmental Systems Technician  University Park Campus
   - Physical Plant (OPP), Central Services
Grade 02 09/09/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40355  Human Resources Specialist (Employee Relations Officer)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Human Resources, Employee Relations
  03, 04   08/23/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40349  MCRD San Diego On-Base School Director  San Diego, California
   - Outreach, Marketing, Communications, Recruitment and Admissions Services
  03, 04   08/22/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40304  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Signal Processing
  01, 02, 03   08/16/2013  04/16/2014  
 40280  Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 2 (Coordinator, Residence Life)  Penn State Hazleton
   - Division of Student Affairs, Residence Life
  02   08/14/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40225  Computational Scientist 4  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04   08/08/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40170  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Advanced Technology Office
  03, 04   08/01/2013  04/16/2014  
 40056  Systems Design Specialist 3  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Telecommunications and Networking Services
  03   07/19/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40035  Coordinator of Athletic Programs, Aquatics  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics
  01, 02, 03   07/18/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40016  Database Specialist 3 (Data Visualization Project Manager)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Prevention Research Center - Episcenter
  03   07/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40015  Multimedia Specialist (Drupal Themer/Developer)  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Consulting and Support Services
  07/17/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 40005  Enrollment Services Specialist 3 (Student Aid Coordinator - Intake Specialist)  University Park Campus
   - Undergraduate Education, Office of Student Aid
  03   07/15/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39993  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, System Design
  01, 02   07/15/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39992  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, System Design
  02, 03   07/15/2013  04/16/2014  
 39889  Digital Communications Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Athletic Communications/Athletics Marketing Department
  07/01/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39846  Olympic Sports Marketing Manager  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Athletic Marketing
  04   06/25/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39530  Area Facilities Maintenance Mechanic  University Park Campus
   - Physical Plant, Area Services
Grade 04 06/05/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39668  Major Gifts Officer 4 (Director of Major Gifts)  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, Penn State Hershey Medical Center
  04   06/05/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39663  Research and Prospect Tracking Specialist 4  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, Penn State Hershey Medical Center
  04   06/04/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39528  Facilities Project Coordinator  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Design and Construction
  02, 03   05/16/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39467  Golf Course Maintenance Worker  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Golf Course
  05/10/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39387  Research Assistant/Associate  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  05/01/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39347  Systems Design Specialist (Wireless LAN Engineer)  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Telecommunications and Networking Services, Special Projects
  02, 03, 04   04/25/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 39117  Research Project Manager (Data Manager for the LEGACY Together Research Project)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS)
  02, 03   03/27/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 38974  Clinical Social Worker/Mental Health Therapist 4  Penn State Harrisburg
   - Penn State Harrisburg, Student Services, Office of Counseling and Disability Services
  04   03/11/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 38831  Research and Development Engineer  Washington D.C.
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Visualization Lab
  02, 03   02/19/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 38732  Research and Development Engineer (Department Head)  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Advanced Technology Development
  04, 05   02/07/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 38669  Practical Nursing Program Coordinator  Penn State Hazleton
   - Penn State Hazleton, Continuing Education
  02   01/31/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 38631  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Management Information Systems
  02, 03, 04   01/24/2013  ** Until Filled **   
 37552  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Teaching and Learning with Technology, WebLion
  01, 02, 03   09/11/2012  ** Until Filled **   
 37488  Programmer/Analyst (Web Developer)  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Consulting and Support Services, Applied Information Technologies (AIT)
  02, 03   09/03/2012  ** Until Filled **   
 37405  Research Technologist 2  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Nutritional Sciences
  02   08/22/2012  ** Until Filled **   
 34887  Curatorial Specialist 5  University Park Campus
   - College of Arts and Architecture, Palmer Museum of Art
  05   09/16/2011  ** Until Filled **   
 33283  Research and Development Engineer  Warminster, PA
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Navigation Research and Development Center
  01, 02, 03   11/05/2010  04/16/2014  
 32257  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Transduction and Array Technology
  03, 04, 05   05/28/2010  04/16/2014  
 32006  Research and Development Engineer  Warminster, PA
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Navigation Research and Development Center
  00   04/16/2010  04/16/2014  
Adjunct Faculty
Campus/Location:  Penn State Abington Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Abington Job Number:  42707
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State Abington is searching for adjunct faculty to teach the following courses in Fall 2014: CAS 100 B: Effective Speech (for ESL students) some group work, for ESL students) CHNS 001 Level One Chinese A (4 c r.) CHNS 002 Level One Chinese B (4 cr.) ENGL 015 Rhetoric and Composition (3 cr.) ENGL 015 Rhetoric and Composition (3 cr.) (for ESL students) ENGL 050 Introduction to Creative Writing (3 cr.) ENGL 202A Effective Writing: Social Sciences (3 cr.) ENGL 202C Effective Writing: Technical Writing (3 cr.) ENGL 202D Effective Writing: Business Writing (3 cr.) LL ED 010 College Reading Improvement II (3 cr.) (for ESL students) Master's degree in appropriate field required. College teaching experience preferred. The positions will remain open until filled.

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Administrative Support Coordinator 4
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42706
Department:  Associate Dean For Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - H - Exempt

Provide staff support to the Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Graduate Studies. Serve as lead staff support for the College Curricular Affairs Committee – review course and program proposals and process changes, attend meetings of College Committee. Coordinate curriculum matters with Faculty Senate Curriculum office and Graduate School. Serve as College curriculum proposal administrator. Assist Associate Dean with reports to all external program approval/accrediting agencies at the state and national level. Coordinate academic administrative activities for College departments such as course scheduling requests, registration, admissions, and grading. Serve as College SRTE representative. Prepare various reports, minutes, and correspondence. Serve as initial contact for questions concerning program accreditation policies. Coordinate College commencement exercise activities. Serve as budget assistant. Assist College Area Security Representative (ASR) with ISIS security. Receive inquiries regarding academic integrity policies or violations or grade mediation/adjudication policies and procedures. Assist faculty/staff with interpreting policy and advise on how to proceed, referring to Associate Dean or Official of Judicial Affairs as warranted. Must have ability to work with minimal supervision on difficult, complex tasks conferring with Associate Dean when warranted. Exceptional phone and customer service skills, excellent interpersonal, organizational, technical and written and oral communication; and ability to multitask and coordinate several projects simultaneously along with a strong teamwork commitment are essential. Knowledge of ISIS/IBIS, ERS, Microsoft Office (especially Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access), Data Warehouse, iTwo, EIS, and Mozilla Firefox/Internet Explorer strongly preferred. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Education Strategy and Planning Manager 3 (District 18 Director)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Extension Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42717
Department:  Penn State Extension, Berks and Schuylkill Counties Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - K - Exempt

Penn State Extension is seeking a District Director (DD) to provide overall leadership and coordination in building of relationships and being a liaison to key partners within the district area. These partners include, but are not limited to, county commissioners, industry, human service agencies, agribusiness, youth—serving agencies and state and federal government representatives. The district area includes Berks and Schuylkill counties. The position will be based in Berks county. The DD will provide oversight and mentoring to each extension educator in developing the appropriate community partners related to their statewide program focus. The DD will be responsible for negotiating and procuring resources and support from the counties in their District and other community organizations. Entrepreneurial efforts to secure resources with other partners are expected. The DD will work collaboratively with Extension Program Leaders (EPLs), Associate Director and other extension leadership to support all educators on understanding the state extension program team model and program development, implementation and evaluation process. The DD will use their knowledge and skill set in coaching and mentoring of the extension educators based in the district. This position is administratively responsible to the Associate Director of District Operations. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus five years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Work related experience must be in a leadership/management role in business, non-profit organization or Extension. Candidates must demonstrate: Effective leadership, organization, and management skills; effective management of resource development and budget management; effective human relations and communications skills; including the ability to work with community and political leaders as well as campus-based administrators, faculty and staff; understanding of the Extension Program Team system and local program processes as well as have personal experience in coaching and mentoring others; outstanding oral and written communication skills and ability to listen effectively; implementation of new technologies and software programs to deliver and manage programs and make the office more efficient. This position requires travel throughout the district and state; therefore, applicants must have a valid driver’s license and use of a private automobile. Since this position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties, successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. In addition to completing an online application and uploading your cover letter and resume, please send a copy of your transcripts to Tami Torquato at tlf2@psu.edu.

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Education Strategy and Planning Manager 3 (District 20 Director)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Extension Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42716
Department:  Penn State Extension, Lehigh and Northampton Counties Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - K - Exempt

Penn State Extension is seeking a District Director (DD) to provide overall leadership and coordination in building of relationships and being a liaison to key partners within the district area. These partners include, but are not limited to, county commissioners, industry, human service agencies, agribusiness, youth—serving agencies and state and federal government representatives. The district area includes Lehigh and Northampton counties. The position will be based in Lehigh county. The DD will provide oversight and mentoring to each extension educator in developing the appropriate community partners related to their statewide program focus. The DD will be responsible for negotiating and procuring resources and support from the counties in their District and other community organizations. Entrepreneurial efforts to secure resources with other partners are expected. The DD will work collaboratively with Extension Program Leaders (EPLs), Associate Director and other extension leadership to support all educators on understanding the state extension program team model and program development, implementation and evaluation process. The DD will use their knowledge and skill set in coaching and mentoring of the extension educators based in the district. This position is administratively responsible to the Associate Director of District Operations. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus five years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Work related experience must be in a leadership/management role in business, non-profit organization or Extension. Candidates must demonstrate: Effective leadership, organization, and management skills; effective management of resource development and budget management; effective human relations and communications skills; including the ability to work with community and political leaders as well as campus-based administrators, faculty and staff; understanding of the Extension Program Team system and local program processes as well as have personal experience in coaching and mentoring others; outstanding oral and written communication skills and ability to listen effectively; implementation of new technologies and software programs to deliver and manage programs and make the office more efficient. This position requires travel throughout the district and state; therefore, applicants must have a valid driver’s license and use of a private automobile. Since this position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties, successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. In addition to completing an online application and uploading your cover letter and resume, please send a copy of your transcripts to Tami Torquato at tlf2@psu.edu.

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Financial Manager 5
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Corporate Controller's Office Job Number:  42715
Department:  Level/Salary Band/Classification:  05 - M - Exempt

This position serves as Financial Officer for the Defense-Related Research Units (DRRU) which is composed of two units – the Applied Research Lab (ARL) located at University Park and the Electro-Optics Center (EOC) located in Freeport, PA. Responsibilities include: Represent the Controller's Office in fiscal matters for the DRRU. Maintain liaison with Financial Officers for the VP for Research and the Corporate Controller's Office as well as other units within the VP for Research, including the Office of Sponsored Programs. Coordinate as necessary with other University offices as well as external contacts, to represent the interest of DRRU. Represent the DRRU Director as appropriate on financial matters outside DRRU, including service on University-wide committees and attendance at budgetary/financial meetings both internal and external to the University. Provide strategic direction and guidance on complex financial issues and policy interpretation. Provides advanced financial analysis and works with the DRRU Director on special studies and analyses. Serve as the key contact for all audits conducted by Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) at DRRU. Collaborate with the Indirect Cost Office on rate submissions, incurred costs audits, DCAA audits and Office of Naval Research (ONR) communications related to DRRU activities including the final ARL and EOC internal rates submission, incurred cost submission and cost center and charge out rates. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus twelve years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Candidates must demonstrate knowledge in financial management, analysis, forecasting and strategic planning. This position will be fully-accountable for sound financial operation of ARL and EOC and requires self-direction, strong leadership skills, the ability to lead and manage teams and a strong commitment to inclusionary practices which support diversity throughout the University. Strong written, verbal and presentation skills are required as well as the ability to use diplomacy and advanced communication skills to persuade and influence a variety of people to achieve results. The ability to manage complex problems crossing multiple functional areas ranging from policy/procedural issues, risk/legal matters and negotiations required. Proficiency in the use of spreadsheet and database applications in analysis and reporting highly desired. Experience in the financial management of federal contracts preferred and experience working with ONR or DCAA desired. Due to the financial or fiduciary responsibilities of this position, successful completion of a credit history check will be required in addition to the standard background checks. Candidate selected will be subject to a government security investigation. You must be a U.S. citizen to apply. Penn State and the Office of the Corporate Controller are committed to fostering diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity.

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Housing and Ancillary Services Manager 2 (Assistant Director, Access Control)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Housing (H&FS) Job Number:  42713
Department:  Housing and Food Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - H - Exempt

Ancillary Services, a division of Housing and Food Services, is seeking candidates for the position of Housing and Ancillary Services Manager for Access Control. The Access Control Manager oversees mechanical and electronic access, electronic security, perimeter protection, and video surveillance for Housing and Food Services at University Park and partners with the Commonwealth Campus Staff to ensure uniformity across the enterprise. The primary duties of this position include overseeing the Access Control Office including residence halls, apartments, common buildings, food services operations, and housing operational space. This position will supervise Access Control staff, hire, train, coach, schedule, evaluate and discipline assigned employees. In consultation and partnership with Commonwealth Campus staff, develop and implement a strategic plan for security, develop and enforce security policies, standards, protocols and programs related to Access Control. Coordinate follow-up on access issues, system setup and project maintenance; provide direction and feedback to commons desk staff, Conference Services, Housing operations, Residence Life, Food Services, OPP, University Police and other administrative units at University Park. Review key schematics, prepare and analyze reports for cost saving, forecasting and planning. Supervise the assignment and maintenance of non-resident access at University Park. Oversee tracking support system for security codes, key alias, access cards, combination schedules and security doors. Research industry standards and products, make recommendations and develop standards. Participate and lead departmental and University Committees. Direct initiatives for audits and provide training. Coordinate facility walk-throughs. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher in a hospitality or business related discipline plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Information Technology Manager
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services Job Number:  42711
Department:  Business Intelligence Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - L - Exempt
03 - M - Exempt

Penn State University Business Intelligence team in Administrative Information Services (AIS) is seeking a highly motivated, strategic-minded Business Intelligence Manager/Architect to lead the implementation of Oracle Student Information Analytics (OSIA) within the context of Penn State's project to replace its current, homegrown, student information system with Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions. Specific responsibilities will include providing leadership for the implementation of the Student Information Analytics content for Oracle Data Integrator (ODI), Oracle's Student Data Warehouse and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) within the existing Penn State Business Intelligence framework. In addition, this position will be responsible for leading the technical design for data integration, the logical design for the business model, the design and development of the OBIEE metadata for any changes to OSIA that are identified during the requirements definition process. The ideal candidate has proven experience working as a lead and architect in the implementation of Data Analysis and Reporting solutions in parallel or following the implementation of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions. The successful candidate will be able to draw from their previous experience to demonstrate competency in the following required skills: Comprehension of all areas of Business Intelligence/Data Warehousing from both technical and business perspectives; project Management/leadership in the design and delivery of at least two data warehouse/marts from specification through end-user acceptance testing and using technology platforms such as Informatica, IBM DataStage, OBIEE, Oracle Data Integrator, SAP Business Objects, IBM Cognos, or Blackboard Analytics; demonstrated ability to translate business requirements into data and application architectures; exposure to storage, network, server, data integration, and application design principles; Comprehension of full software development lifecycle (requirements, analysis, design, construction and testing); comprehension of project management processes and practices; PeopleSoft Campus Solutions Technical Lead experience. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. The preferred knowledge and skills for this position include: Experience working with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition’s 11g release; robust knowledge of student related higher education business processes; logical data modeling, logical to physical model rationalization, and supporting business requirements analysis; experience developing metadata within the context of a Business Intelligence tool suite; experience developing data integration processes within the context of a Business Intelligence/Data Warehouse project. In addition to a strong commitment to customer service, the successful candidate must: Have excellent at oral and written communication, as well as presentation skills; be self-motivated, capable of working independently and be capable of handling multiple simultaneous tasks; be flexible and maintain critical thinking abilities under pressure; possess strong time-management and organizational skills; possess outstanding ability to mentor and grow teams and individuals; possess outstanding problem identification/solving skills; possess outstanding documentation ability.

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Laboratory Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42703
Department:  Materials Research Institute    

The Materials Research Institute is seeking a part-time undergraduate Laboratory Assistant to work in developing electrocaloric machines and related materials. Preference will be made to applicants that have an engineering major and will be entering either their junior or senior year this coming fall. Successful applicants should have experience and training in high voltage systems, circuits for switching regulator for DC power, and the analog/mixed signal integrated circuit. The successful applicant needs to also be proficient in LabVIEW and MATLAB. This is a part-time position that will work around 20 hours a week.

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Laboratory Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42714
Department:  Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment    

A wage payroll position is available in the Center for Molecular Toxicology and Carcinogenesis. The position requires experience in the genotyping of transgenic mice and understanding the principle underlying the generation of transgenic mice for research. Experience with polymerase chain reaction (PCR), gel electrophoresis of PCR products, and ability to identify transgenic offspring, is required. Successful applicant must also have experience in standard biochemical analyses including western blot analysis, isolation of RNA, DNA, quantitative real-time PCR and general laboratory skills. The position will begin no sooner than May 5, 2014 and will end on August 15, 2014. Please upload a cover letter outlining your experience and training suitable for this position. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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Laborer
Campus/Location:  Penn State Abington Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Abington Job Number:  42604
Department:  Grade:  10  

Assist mechanical tradesmen and grounds crew in performance of their duties. Remove trash and garbage not taken by vendor. Perform light furniture moving as required. Lubricate trucks, vehicles and landscape equipment. Drive University vehicle to make off-campus pick-ups. Remove snow and ice as directed. Erect and remove campus event signs. Load and unload trucks and shipments. Move incoming freight to storage. Dig and backfill trenches when necessary. Transport ladders, scaffolding, stages, etc. in campus vehicles. Assist maintenance crew in set up and take down for special events. Assist in cleaning swimming pool, and pool filter system, as required. Clean debris from window wells, flat roofs. Clean exterior surfaces of exhaust fan louvers, and grilles, etc. Job Requirements: Requires the use of simple writing, adding, subtracting, whole numbers and the carrying out of instructions; and the use of fixed gauges and direct reading instruments and devices in which interpretation is not required. Up to and including 3 months effective experience. Shift and Days Off: 6:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. NOTE: THIS POSITION REQUIRES THAT YOU OPERATE A MOTOR VEHICLE AS A PART OF YOUR JOB DUTIES. A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE RECORDS CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED IN ADDITION TO STANDARD BACKGROUND CHECKS.

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Lecturers in Arabic
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42710
Department:  Comparative Literature    

The Department of Comparative Literature at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for one or more full-time lectureship positions (non-tenure-track) in Arabic to begin in Fall 2014 with possibility of renewal. Responsibilities include teaching introductory, intermediate, and advanced undergraduate courses in Arabic and related support duties. Applicants must have native or near native fluency in English and Arabic, hold a master’s degree or equivalent in a related field, and have relevant experience. Applications from individuals with a Ph.D. and prior teaching experience will be given priority. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes benefits. To apply, submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names of two references electronically. We will begin to review applications on April 23, 2014, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For more information on our program please consult http://complit.la.psu.edu.

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Lecturers in Spanish
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42719
Department:  Spanish, Italian and Portuguese    

The Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese at The Pennsylvania State University (University Park) invites applications for a full-time lectureship position (non-tenure-track) in Spanish, term to begin Fall 2014 with possibility of renewal. Responsibilities include teaching introductory language courses in the Spanish Basic Language Hybrid Program. Teaching load is eight tech courses per year. Applicants must have native or near-native fluency in English and Spanish and hold a Master’s degree or equivalent in Spanish or related field. Applications from individuals with prior teaching experience will be given priority. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes benefits. Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and the names of three references electronically. For more information on our program, please consult http://sip.la.psu.edu For questions please email Bonnie Rossman at bjr19@psu.edu Review of applications will begin on April 23, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled.

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Mail Clerk - Courier
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42575
Department:  Mail Services Grade:  06  

Receive incoming U.S. Mail; sort and case according to individual or department address. Directorize nixie mail and mail received for newly admitted or discharged patients. Operate postage metering machine to affix proper amount of postage to outgoing U.S. Mail, both foreign and domestic and special service mail; determine from postal regulations proper postage rates for various types and classes of outgoing U.S. Mail including Parcel Post; determine best and cheapest way to send mail and if parcels should be sent United Parcel Service. Calculate total charge for mail metered and enter beginning and ending postage meter readings on IBM Metered Mail card. Complete forms necessary for outgoing registered, certified or insured mail. Sell postage and mailing supplies and provide postal information at postal service window. Receive cash for personal “postage due” mail. Complete and/or assist individuals in forms preparation for registered, certified or insured mail and return receipts for personal mail. Prepare bulk mailings for delivery to the U.S. Post Office; complete forms necessary to accompany bulk mailings; maintain record of bulk mailings for billing purposes and maintain record of bulk mailing account balance and reconcile with the U.S. Post Office on a monthly basis. Receive and process “Postage Due” mail determining proper destination for mail and charge to be made to recipient; enter charge on “Postage Due Charge Card” on a daily basis; total daily charges monthly and submit cards for inclusion in monthly billing process; maintain Postage Due Account balance and reconcile with the U.S. Post Office on a monthly basis. Receive, record and deliver all registered, certified and insured incoming U.S. Mail. Receive interdepartmental mail from Teaching Hospital and College; directorize and sort into proper mail boxes for distribution throughout the Medical Center. Receive and dispatch U.S. and Interdepartmental mail to various sections of Teaching Hospital and College through pneumatic tube system. Receive cash and completed charge cards for personal work on copying machine in Mail Room. Maintain updated directory of patients from information received from Hospital Admissions; forward U.S. Mail for discharged patients. Perform minor service, corrections, repairs on copy machine in Mail Room. Answer telephone, provide information or refer to proper person. Forward U.S. Mail for Graduated Medical Students, former Graduate Students, Nursing Students and Residents. Drive University vehicle to and from U.S. Post Office, to pickup and deliver U.S. mail and purchase stamps, post cards, etc.; reconcile stamps, post cards, etc. received for money paid; also, drive to outlying campus locations for pickup and delivery of U.S. and interdepartmental mail as required. Job Requirements: Requires the use of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, including decimals and fractions, plus the simple use of formulas, charts, tables and drawings. Over fifteen and up to eighteen months of effective experience. Shift and Days Off: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. NOTE: THIS POSITION REQUIRES THAT YOU OPERATE A MOTOR VEHICLE AS A PART OF YOUR JOB DUTIES. A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE RECORDS CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED IN ADDITION TO STANDARD BACKGROUND CHECKS.

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Men's Basketball Head Coach (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Greater Allegheny Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Greater Allegheny Job Number:  42721
Department:  Athletics    

Penn State Greater Allegheny Athletic Department is seeking applications for the position of Head Men’s Basketball Coach. Penn State Greater Allegheny is a member of the Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) and United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA). The University is committed to excellence in academics and athletics, and dedicated to providing outstanding service to its student athletes. This is a part-time position and is available effective July 1, 2014. The Head Men’s Basketball Coach will be responsible for all aspects of a collegiate basketball program: coordinating team practice sessions, yearly game scheduling, home game itineraries and away trips; recruiting quality student-athletes; fundraising and operating the athletic season within budgetary guidelines. The Men’s Basketball regular season runs from November through February. Qualified candidates should have a Bachelor`s degree and previous coaching experience-preferably at the collegiate level. The position requires a good driving record, organizational skills, oral and written communication skills, ability to travel, the ability to work non-traditional hours, ability to provide leadership and mentorship of student athletes. Flexibility is a must. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as a part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks.

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Part Time IT Support
Campus/Location:  Penn State Altoona Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Altoona Job Number:  42724
Department:  Office of Information Technology    

For those of you looking for employment for Fall 2014, the Office of Information Technology will be hiring for two wage positions. Prospective candidates must be hard working, motivated, and a team player. In addition they need to have the necessary computer skills. Below are the descriptions for the available positions: ResTECH Help students in the Residence Halls get connected to the Penn State network. Assist students in the Residence Halls with general computer issues (i.e. viruses and spyware). Maintain Computer Labs located in the Residence Halls. Off Campus Help Line (including a location Downtown) Provide telephone support for off-campus users . Help users get connected to the Penn State wireless system on campus. Administer student loaner laptop program. You must be a Penn State student to be considered as a candidate. Incoming freshmen are eligible.

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Part-time Summer IT Support Positions
Campus/Location:  Penn State Altoona Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Altoona Job Number:  42735
Department:  Office of Information Technology    

For those of you looking for employment for Summer, the Office of Information Technology will be hiring for student wage positions. Prospective candidates, must be hard working, motivated, and a team player. In addition they need to have the necessary computer skills. Below are the descriptions for the available positions: Off Campus Help Line: Provide telephone support for off-campus users. Help users get connected to the Penn State wireless system on campus. Administer student loaner laptop program. You must be a Penn State student to be considered as a candidate. Incoming freshmen are eligible.

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Postdoctoral Scholar
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42722
Department:  Plant Pathology & Environmental Microbiology    

The Pennsylvania State University`s Department of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar to study viruses of endophytic fungi. The initial appointment will be for one year, with the opportunity for renewal contingent on the availability of funding. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Virology or related discipline(s) completed by start date. Applicants should have experience with mycoviruss, double-stranded RNA, cDNA synthesis and standard molecular biology techniques. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references.

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Public Relations Specialist 1
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Information Technology Services Job Number:  42708
Department:  IT Communications Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - G - Non-exempt

Penn State IT Communications, an equal opportunity employer, is seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill the job of Public Relations Specialist, Level 1. Responsibilities for this position include: assisting with coordinating effective internal and external public relations campaigns through multi-channel dissemination to keep the public informed of campus, college, and unit IT-related programs, achievements, and efforts; assisting with the writing, editing, and distribution of news releases, feature articles, stories, and web content; assisting with the development of executive and/or annual reports and informational summaries; updating and maintaining electronic news distribution channels; and coordinating special projects as assigned. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A degree in communications or public relations is preferred. A proficiency in Word and expertise with Pages and Numbers are a plus. A thorough knowledge of University editorial style and Associated Press style are desired. The position requires initiative, creativity, and independence as well as excellent communication and organizational skills. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Research Assistant - Condensed Matter Physics
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42733
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking to fill a research assistant position under the direction of Prof. Marcos Rigol in condensed matter physics. Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and a history of research experience in condensed matter physics. Past experience with the study of equilibrium and non-equilibrium properties of disordered magnets in the square and honeycomb lattice geometries is preferred. Applications must be submitted electronically and include a cover letter, CV and statement of research interests. This is a fixed term II appointment offered during the Fall 2014 semester. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.

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Research Associate
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42726
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics at The Pennsylvania State University (University Park campus) anticipates hiring one or more research associate starting this summer under the direction of Dr. Jie Shan (jie.shan@case.edu). We seek exceptional candidates in the areas of experimental condensed matter physics. Past experience in ultrafast optics, terahertz time-domain spectroscopy, optical microscopy, optical and electrical characterization of nanoscale materials and devices, and/or nanofabrication is preferred. Applicants should have a Ph.D. and an excellent research record. A letter of application, a CV and a brief description of research plans will be required. These are fixed-term positions funded for one year from the date of hire with good possibility of re-funding.

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Research Support Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42720
Department:  Human Development and Family Studies    

The B2BB Kids research project seeks a Research Support Assistant for a study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIDDK) and the John Templeton Foundation. This Human Development and Family Studies project focuses on understanding early precursors of childhood obesity in children. The study includes three laboratory visits at the University Park campus when the children are 4.5 and 5.5 years old. Responsibilities include data collection during lab visits, data entry and coding from videos, as well as assisting with some administrative duties. A Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience working with preschoolers and/or in research is required. Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential. Preferred candidates will have substantial and direct experience with preschool children and their parents. Experience conducting assessments or coding data is desired but not required for application. This is a part-time position for approximately 20 hours per week for 1 year with the possibility of extension to 2 more years.

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Research Technologist 5
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42709
Department:  Prevention Research Center Level/Salary Band/Classification:  05 - J - Exempt

The Prevention Research Center is seeking a Research Technologist to develop and deliver interactive training workshops for educational professionals and others to support high-fidelity prevention programs. This job responsibility includes technical support of several evidence-based programs (PATHS, Strengthening Families Program 10-14, the PROSPER Model, Lifestyle Triple P, etc.) throughout Pennsylvania, other US sites, and international locations. Collaborate with PI’s to revise and adapt evidence based curricula for research studies. The position includes recruiting, hiring, training, and supervising program facilitators to provide quality implementation and fidelity of delivery of programs. Collaborate with PI’s to develop program monitoring systems. Typical clientele include local, state, and international educators, facilitators, and University research faculty. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus fifteen years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Master's degree preferred. The successful candidate will possess a high degree of personal and professional ethics, experience is successfully developing training for multiple sites; experience successfully guiding organizational change initiatives; outstanding customer service orientation; excellent verbal and written communication skills; analytical, judgment, and organizational skills; and the ability to work with diverse cultures and backgrounds. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year with good possibility of re-funding.

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SEEMS Summer Mentors
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Earth & Mineral Sciences Job Number:  42712
Department:  Office of Educational Equity    

The office of Educational Equity in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences is currently seeking applicants to be summer mentors for the SEEMS program, which is the Summer Experience in the Earth and Mineral Sciences. Applicants must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be responsible for co-designing, preparing and executing a 6-week research project supervised by an EMS faculty member. Mentors will supervise a group of high school students from the UBMS program at Penn State and assist them to conduct research, write a formal report, prepare a formal presentation, and compete at a research symposium. REQUIREMENTS: desire to work with high school students of varying backgrounds, interest in educational experimental design, excellent interpersonal, organizational, and verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, the ability to multi-task and learn on-the-job. Remuneration: Stipend commensurate with position. Applicants must be part of a research group already involved in SEEMS.

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Short-Term Visitor Opportunities for 2014/2015 Academic Year
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42731
Department:  Mathematics    

The Department of Mathematics seeks to hire numerous lecturers, instructors, and research positions throughout the 2014/2015 academic year as short-term visitors. Applications must be submitted electronically and include: Application and Curriculum Vitae and Publication List. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until all positions are filled.

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Systems Administrator 3 (PeopleSoft Systems Administrator)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Executive Vice President & Provost and Senior Vice President, Finance & Business Job Number:  42718
Department:  Enterprise Project Management Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - K - Exempt

The Enterprise Project Management Office is seeking a high-energy individual to provide systems administration and support for Penn State’s implementation of PeopleSoft Campus Solutions system, known as Project LionPath. Primary duties will include administration and maintenance of systems and servers that comprise the PeopleSoft Application Environment, including installation, patching, performance analysis and regular security updates. The successful candidate will consult with stakeholders at the work unit or departmental level on complex problems/issues and offer appropriate solutions. Other duties will include the following: participate regularly in ongoing code migration process improvement efforts; perform root cause analysis on system issues/outages, and conduct Migration and Change Control activities, create/update documentation pertaining to PeopleSoft Administration duties and ongoing issues. Assist end-users, developers, and database administrators with the resolution of issues in the PeopleSoft Application Environment. Act as a resource for internal/external audit discovery/remediation and coordinate with University security/privacy/risk offices. Develop effective processes and procedures for the ongoing maintenance and development of the PeopleSoft Application Environment. Coordinate projects of moderate technical complexity. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Proven ability to work effectively in a team and with some direct supervision; experience administering Linux Servers in a virtual environment, preferably Red Hat Enterprise Linux and VMware environments; some experience with Windows Server 2008 and 2012 administration; excellent written and verbal communication skills and a demonstrated ability to interact cross-functionally with other IT groups and non-technical staff; proficiency in system automation (shell scripting, application engines, etc.) as well as an interpreted language (Python, Perl, web scripting, etc); basic understanding of enterprise software architectures; and, basic understanding of Structured Query Language are required. PeopleSoft Administration Experience on Oracle Databases and a basic understanding and adoption of change management methodology, code migration and rollback, auditing are preferred. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Wage Payroll Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Harrisburg Date Announced:  04/16/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Harrisburg Job Number:  42704
Department:  Office of Physical Plant/Maintenance and Operations    

The Office of Physical Plant/Maintenance and Operations at Penn State Harrisburg invites applications for wage payroll positions. Education requirements vary depending on the specific position filled. Applications are retained and are assured full consideration. Positions will be filled as needed. We will contact you if an appropriate opening arises.

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(AO) Student Auxiliary Officer (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  University Police Job Number:  42683
Department:     

University Police has openings for the position of Auxiliary Officer (AO). Auxiliary Officers are uniformed student employees who assist in providing safety, security and traffic on Penn State University Park campus. Individuals in these positions support University Police at mostly all events, including but not limited to: Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA) sporting events in the Bryce Jordan Center; Rec Hall details; HUB socials and concerts; Bryce Jordan Center events; Student Arrival Days; and Ag Progress Days. The AOs also provide security in and around the residence hall areas and provide staffing for the Safe Walk Service. All AOs are paid for training and are provided a uniform with the exception of footwear. All majors accepted. Employees must be full-time Penn State students during the regular school year, willing to work varied hours during the day and night, and are required to work all football weekends, Student Arrival Days; THON; and Commencement Ceremonies. July 4, Arts Fest and Ag Progress are events that the AOs are required to work if they continue working through the summer.

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Academic Adviser 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42681
Department:  Advising and Learner Success Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt

If you are an Academic Adviser who is experienced in advising students from a distance; who is passionate about transforming the lives of online adult learners; who thrives in organizations going through significant growth and change; who can successfully managing a high volume of e-mail, meetings, and student needs; who would like to work out of their home; who is organized; self-motivated; and who models a committed work ethic, we want to talk with you! You will play an integral role in the matriculation and retention of undergraduate degree students studying online through Penn State World Campus in all fifty states and around the world. You will serve as the lifeline between Penn State online learners and the University; complete undergraduate degree audits and assist with course selection; coach, troubleshoot, and advocate; proactively communicate with students via e-mail, telephone, chat, Skype, Facebook, and postal mail; participate on related teams; and assist with strategic planning. In addition to advising, you will contribute to the creative development and management of online support resources and engagement activities for World Campus students. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred study in adult education, counselor education, higher education. Competencies critical to success are demonstrated passion for academic advising; ability to build strong partnerships with students who you may never meet in person; exceptional external and internal customer service instincts; commitment to team and accountability for the whole; data-driven decision making; follow-through and attention to detail; genuine comfort working in a large, rapidly changing organization; ability to manage a work week that may exceed 40 hours during peak times; excellent verbal and written communication skills; a sense of humor; and fearlessness with using distance learning tools. Computer competencies needed are: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Web 2.0 technologies (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), chat, database software, student records systems, and e-mail. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility for re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach and Online Education’s diversity initiative. This position will be located in Eastern Pennsylvania working remotely from your home. A one-month training period located at University Park will be required.

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Administrative Support Assistant 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42689
Department:  Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - D - Non-exempt

The Department of Agricultural Economics, Sociology, and Education (AESE) seeks a self-directed and flexible person to provide administrative support to the Office of the Department Head and faculty. Responsibilities may include typing, proofreading, and editing correspondence, form letters and address files. Maintain calendars. Prepare proposals, reports and PowerPoint presentations. Update and maintain web pages, email list serves and establish and maintain databases. Plan and assist with special events, including the planning and facilitation of seminars. Manage department keys, phones, and faculty/staff directory. Coordinate faculty and staff searches. Track department gifts in E-Stewart and prepare recognition letters. Provide back-up support as needed to other staff. General office duties including ordering supplies. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Candidate must have proficient working knowledge of Microsoft Office and the ability to learn new software applications. Excellent organizational, communication (oral and written), and interpersonal skills are required. Ability to work with minimal supervision and in a team environment.

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Cocurricular Programs Coordinator 1
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Student Affairs Job Number:  42696
Department:  Paul Robeson Cultural Center Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt

Responsible to the Director of the Paul Robeson Cultural Center (PRCC) for providing program coordination; outreach and promotion; advising and community-building; research and assessment; and facilities management to a diverse body of students at the University Park Campus. The primary responsibilities are to assist in the administrative planning of PRCC programs, such as maintaining clear communication with guest speakers and performers, coordinating contractual and financial paperwork, and arranging necessary accommodation arrangements. Assist in the facilitation of the logistical planning of PRCC programs, such as making equipment and facilities reservations, establishing and confirming room set-up, and placing applicable general supply and catering orders. Conduct outreach to students, student organizations, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members in order to foster positive relationships and opportunities for program collaboration. The Program Coordinator will also be responsible for creating and maintaining avenues for the promotion and marketing of PRCC programs, such as printed materials (posters, flyers, newspaper ads, newsletters, etc.) and online platforms (Facebook, Twitter, PRCC website, etc); and may provide support to student organizations with office space in the PRCC by offering guidance on programming and organizational structure/leadership, as well as promoting efforts for collaboration and community-building. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The Program Coordinator must possess a strong work ethic and be a dedicated team player. The Program Coordinator must also possess good interpersonal and written communication skills as well as a demonstrated ability to work with students of color, and be grounded in both racial and personal development theory. The position requires weekday supervisor of night operations of the PRCC. This position may require that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver’s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks.

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Extension Assistant 2
Campus/Location:  Penn State Extension Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42699
Department:  Penn State Extension, Mercer County Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - E - Non-exempt

Penn State Extension Mercer County is seeking a 4-H Extension Assistant Responsibilities will include assisting in the planning, implementing, conducting and evaluating 4-H Youth Development educational programs in Mercer County. This includes supporting the recruitment and training of volunteers, supporting 4-H Club activities, conducting 4-H School Enrichment programs and building community partnerships. This individual will serve in a support role to the 4-H Extension Educator in Mercer County. The individual represents Penn State University and the College of Agricultural Sciences, assisting in the conduct of the 4-H youth development program. In carrying out the assigned duties, the individual will work directly with county staff, volunteers, youth related agencies, Nutrition Links staff and others to be identified. This position is administratively responsible to the Extension District Director for Erie, Crawford, and Mercer Counties. Specific program responsibilities will include: Assist in the identification of opportunities to meet educational needs of youth audiences in both the traditional 4-H club setting and broad based school age program within the community; contact, schedule, deliver and evaluate school age 4-H programming within the community. An example includes 4-H Embryology among others; assist and support other 4-H Youth Development Educators and Extension Staff in their 4-H program efforts. Examples include, but are not limited to: Leader Trainings, 4-H Roundup, 4-H Officers Training, Good Production Practices Trainings, State Achievement Days, and others; Work with urban initiatives as well as other 4-H clubs as assigned by the 4-H educator. Duties include but are not limited to: advising 4-H clubs with yearly programming and club management, developing new clubs; updating leaders on current 4-H Youth Development opportunities through projects, programs, and policies; Utilize internet and telecommunications technology to communicate with and educate 4-H leaders, 4-H members, and clientele. Make effective use of traditional mass media, social media and other methods to increase the visibility of the 4-H Youth Development program within the diverse Mercer County communities; develop a work plan in alignment with the state-wide program team and the approval of the 4-H Youth Development Educator. Keep accurate records and be responsible for developing accomplishment and impact reports. Effectively use mass communication tools such as social media, radio, television, and newspapers to disseminate educational information; ensure compliance with the Affirmative Action Plan. Through public notification and “All Reasonable Efforts” make educational programs accessible to all clientele without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status; perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the 4-H Extension Educator or the Extension District Director. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Excellent people skills required. Competencies critical to success include: the ability to learn quickly, excellent communications and problem-solving skills, a proactive demeanor, strong organizational skills including the ability to prioritize and work independently and in a fast-paced environment. Experience working with youth organizations, K-12 education and program management in volunteer systems, community or county agencies or program advisory committees is preferred. An interest in working with people from diverse backgrounds is required. Candidate should possess teaching, program development and evaluation skills, and demonstrate positive human relations. Required skills include effective oral and written communication, and technology proficiency. The candidate should have familiarity with various ethnic and socio-economic audiences and interest in working with adult/volunteers and youth from diverse backgrounds. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and use of a private automobile. Since this position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties, successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Financial Coordinator
Campus/Location:  Penn State's Dickinson School of Law Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State's Dickinson School of Law Job Number:  42695
Department:  Financial Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - G - Non-exempt
04 - H - Exempt
05 - I - Exempt

The Penn State Dickinson School of Law is searching for an experienced Financial Coordinator to assist the Financial Officer in the financial management of general, restricted and miscellaneous accounts including endowment and research accounts. Job duties include: Assist with the enforcement of financial and budget policies and procedures. Prepare journal vouchers, resolve problems, assist with Pay and Effort functions, prepare various reports, and maintain files. Oversee bi-weekly wage payroll processing, management, and questions; assure deadlines are met and appropriate forms are used. Serve as p-card reconciler. Reconcile eBuy (On-line purchasing system) and General Stores purchases and serve in Invoice Confirm Role and liaison with Purchasing. Serve as liaison with Risk Management for contract signature, processing and management. Review and approve Employee Reimbursement System (ERS) reports. Serve as the Law School’s Carlisle Campus Bursar. The Bursar is responsible for overseeing student accounting functions as well as answering questions on student bursar accounts, collections, and making adjustment to student accounts. Coordinate with Director of Financial Aid, Registrar, and Associate Dean for Graduate & International Programs to resolve student payment issues. Serve as the Law School’s liaison with the University’s Office of the Bursar. Work closely with Student Bar Association (SBA) Treasurer and other officers including those of the various SBA recognized organizations, Speakers’ Trust Fund, Student Journals and Student Services monitoring budgets, review requests for funding to ensure compliance with University Policy and Procedures and proper approval as well as ensuring proper cash handling procedures are followed and receipts are recorded correctly. Coordinate cash management including deposits (student payments, gifts, student journal subscription payments, and other funds received including wire and ACH), travel advances, petty cash funds, non-student accounts receivable invoicing including student journal subscriptions, reconciliation of accounts and controls over cash and credit card processing as well as work with University’s Office of Financial Reporting on discrepancies. Serve as Area Security Representative (ASR). This job will also assist with year-end closing procedures. Serve as the Financial Officer (FO) delegate or proxy as needed. Assist with administering grants and contracts. Provide guidance to staff in regards to University policies and procedures. Work on special projects and other duties as assigned. This job will be filled as a level 3, level 4, or level 5, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. A Bachelor's degree in a related field is preferred. Strong written, verbal and presentation skills are required, as well as the ability to use diplomacy and advanced communication skills. The ability to manage complex problems crossing multiple functional areas ranging from policy/procedure issues together with a strong teamwork commitment is required. Essential skills include organization, attention to detail, strong interpersonal skills, customer service, and proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and in the use of spreadsheet and data base applications for creating and developing customized reporting and analysis are highly desired. Experience with Penn State systems – IBIS (Integrated Business Information System), ISIS (Integrated Student Information System), Data Warehouse, iTwo, ERS, FIT, and eBuy are preferred. A successful completion of a credit check will be required in addition to standard background checks.

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Information Technology Helpdesk Intern (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42687
Department:  Materials Research Institute    

The Materials Research Institute (MRI) is seeking an information technology helpdesk intern. Preference will be given to full-time students who have completed one or more years of college. A major in information technology, with interest in desktop support, networking, security, or troubleshooting is preferred but not required. Responsibilities include triage of walk-in support requests, creating and updating support tickets via online ticketing system, assisting users with common requests (i.e. printing and wireless network configuration), setting up new systems, installing operating system and base software packages via imaging/deployment tools, researching solutions to complex end-user problems, and testing/updating documentation. Candidates should enjoy working in a research environment with faculty, staff, and graduate-level students, possess good communication and organizational skills, be highly motivated, and be able to work with limited supervision. This is a part-time hourly paid position for approximately 20 hours/week from May/June through August/September, 2014.

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Research Technologist 1
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42700
Department:  Neurology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt

Apply standard scientific practices, techniques, and methods as appropriate for specific situation, correlate data, recognize discrepancies in results, and follow protocols through a series of related detailed steps or processes. Contribute to experiments/tests in the laboratory/field to test, prove, or modify theoretical propositions on basis of research finds and experiences of others researching in related technical areas; may include measurements and recording of observations, collecting, compiling and processing of data. Organize data/findings for use in technical reports, documents, or oral/written presentations. May coordinate operational activities in a research laboratory, providing support services to researchers and technicians. Assist in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, and standards for lab operations to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the laboratory. Coordinate ordering, maintaining appropriate inventory, storage, and maintenance of supplies, lab ware, and instruments essential to the operation of the lab. Instructs others in protocols and instrumentation. May supervise lower level staff, wage employees and/or students. It is highly desirable for applicant’s to have knowledge and hands-on training in: translational neurosciences, especially in behavioral testing of rodent models of Parkinson’s disease; stereotatic surgery; micro dialysis; histology; immunohistochemistry; experimental therapeutics; electrophysiology and optogenetics; and the required round the clock experimental procedures in compliance with all applicable regulations. Clinical translation of research applying neuroscientific knowledge under highest level of human subject protection will be part of the duties of this position. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire.

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Sales Specialist 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42701
Department:  Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy - New Business Development Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - I - Exempt

Do you have a passion and proven track record for outstanding customer support and expanding client relationships? Do your clients rave about you? If so, Penn State’s World Campus may have a great opportunity for you. The World Campus is Penn State’s online campus and is one of the fastest growing, highly recognized online education programs in the nation. We have been highly successful in developing relationships with some of the world’s largest companies. We seek a highly-motivated, experienced individual to assume responsibility for a portfolio of 10-15 of our best corporate clients. In this role, you will be responsible for onboarding new clients and then growing those relationships by promoting the World Campus programs to their employees. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Previous experience in online or adult education is a plus. As an ideal candidate, you will have a proven record of client service success and revenue growth. You will be a strong team player with the skills to work well in groups and across units. You will enjoy working with a diverse group of people with varying experiences and perspectives. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility for re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach and Online Education’s diversity initiative.

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Special Operations Subject Matter Expert (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Electro-Optics Center in Freeport, PA Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Electro-Optics Center (EOC) Job Number:  42697
Department:     

The primary duty in this role is to establish relationships where the Penn State Electro-Optics Center can partner with the government to provide technical expertise to the SF community. The individual should be able to access the technical and doctrine decision makers in SOCOM, ARMY SF and Navy Special Warfare. This position requires Defense Acquisition University Certification and extensive experience in special operations with a deep reach back to the SF community. Expertise in program management, acquisition and contracting is desirable. The position will require work in Crane, IN and Tampa, FL.

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Summer Camp Instructors and Aides (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Beaver Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Beaver Job Number:  42694
Department:  Continuing Education    

Penn State Beaver Continuing Education is seeking part time instructors and aides to teach and assist with summer academic camps. Campers’ ages range from 7 to 15 and camp topics include: Odyssey of the Mind/STEM; Robotics/STEM; Crime Scene Investigation/STEM; Rockets Away/STEM; Musical Theater; Video and Movie Production/STEM; and Wizardry School/STEM For instructor positions, a teaching background in the selected camp is required and prior camp experience is desired. A teaching demonstration may be required as part of the on-campus interview. For the camp aide positions, you must be age 18 and experience in the selected camp and prior camp experience is desired. A BACKGROUND CHECK IS REQUIRED.

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Summer Student Wage Positions (PSU Students Only) (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Beaver Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Beaver Job Number:  42692
Department:  Various    

Penn State Beaver is seeking part-time workers in various departments including maintenance and general office help. THESE POSITIONS ARE INTENDED FOR PENN STATE STUDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED OR WILL BE ENROLLED FOR THE FALL SEMESTER. Preference will be given to Penn State Beaver students. For all positions, experience is preferred but not required. To apply for sports camps or academic camps, use the link for this posting.

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Wage Payroll Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  Smeal College of Business Job Number:  42682
Department:  The Smeal College of Business    

The Smeal College of Business seeks to hire numerous wage payroll part-time hires throughout the remaining 2013/14 academic year, as well as for the upcoming 2014/15 academic year. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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World Language Education Instructor
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/15/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42690
Department:  Curriculum & Instruction    

We are seeking a full-time fixed-term 1 instructor for the 2014-15 academic year to join the faculty in the World Languages Education major and English as a Second Language certificate program. Primary responsibilities associated with this position are teaching courses in those programs and supervising students during field experiences in local schools. Specific courses the successful candidate will be asked to teach may include, but will not be limited to, the WLED 412W Methods course and the online WL ED 399A course for students studying abroad. The supervision needs that are connected to these programs include the practicum component of WL ED 483 as well as WLED 495C and 495E. Desirable qualifications and experiences for a candidate include: graduate-level training both in TESL and World Languages Education; experience teaching both ESL and a world language other than English; experience supervising university students during field experiences in public schools; experience teaching pre-service teacher education courses focused on World Languages Education and English Language Learners; experience of supervision in the study abroad context via technology; and strong organizational and interpersonal communication skills. Applicants should submit a letter of application documenting qualifications for the position, a current curriculum vitae/resume, and at least three names, mail and email addresses, and telephone numbers of three academic references.

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Administrative Support Assistant 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42675
Department:  Facilities Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - D - Non-exempt

Responsibilities include: Process work order requests, enter any necessary related comments into the work order system, and close work orders; maintain ARL/OPP vehicle log books and report monthly odometer readings to Fleet Operations; maintain forklift files and call forklift repair company as needed; respond to alarm notifications and dispatch appropriate personnel; assist ARL's Safety Officer with processing HAZ MAT paperwork, forklift, and other licenses/certifications, and maintain tutorial and quiz databases; maintain fire extinguisher inventory; answer phones, sort and distribute mail, take inventory, order supplies, and maintain office calendar/vacation board; back up administrative support with issuing keys, making travel arrangements, and the preventative maintenance program; and escort outside contractors, as needed. Typically requires a high school diploma or higher plus one year of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The ability to prioritize is preferred. Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Access, Excel, and Word is required. The successful candidate will have customer service experience, be able to handle difficult customers, and work as a team. Candidates selected will be subject to a government security investigation. You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply. This is a one-year, fixed-term renewable appointment.

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Arts Production Specialist 4
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Arts and Architecture Job Number:  42669
Department:  School of Theatre Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - H - Exempt

The School of Theatre in the College of Arts and Architecture is seeking applicants for an Arts Production Specialist. The position is in the School’s Costume Shop and will be responsible for all aspects of patterning, cutting, draping, alterations, and stitching as needed for a six show production season. This position will work with undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of student driven projects. This position will also be responsible for supervising the construction, fitting, and alteration of specific costumes as designed by the Costume Designer, and under the guidance of the Costume Shop Manager. A MFA in Costume Technology is preferred. This position is a fixed-term HR-88 nine month position beginning August 1, 2014 and ending April 30, 2015. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher (Master's degree preferred) plus five years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one-year from date of hire. This is a 75% full-time equivalency (FTE) job. Work schedule: 40 hours/week, five days a week, 9 months a year, off the months of May, June and July. Full Penn State benefits included.

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Blue Band Videographer/Production Internship (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Arts and Architecture Job Number:  42671
Department:  Blue Band    

Category: Film/Video, Production Term: Fall 2014 Compensation: Modest compensation available, not available for credit; Admission to home Nittany Lion football games and other Blue Band performances. Vacancy: Part-time, two positions available. Application deadline: April 21, 2014 Description: This internship is perfect for anyone aspiring to be a filmmaker or a sports film producer. Interns will work with the Blue Band staff and officers to document the 2014 Blue Band season. Video will be recorded at rehearsals, performances, and other band events. Interns will record footage of the band’s performances at home and away games. At the end of the season, a commemorative DVD (that is distributed to over 300 people) must be produced with the performance footage that the interns have collected. Within the commemorative DVD, inclusion of other creative band-related content collected and edited by the interns is highly desirable. It is preferable that applicants have high-quality personal equipment, but it is not required. It is suggested that applicants include examples of previous work with their application. Requirements: Attendance of both interns at every home football game to record the Blue Band’s signature pregame and halftime drill. Work and plan cooperatively with the other intern. Present during all band camp activities, August 21-23 (required); August 19, 20 (desirable). Flexible schedule to attend some weekly Blue Band afternoon/evening rehearsals. Present for non-home football game performances and at select Blue Band non-performance events. Produce the year-end commemorative DVD yearbook. Work with the Blue Band Historian and Public Relations chair to create Public Relations content. Applicants should have the following skills: Working knowledge of Final Cut Pro and/or Adobe Premiere. Experience with video recording. Experience with video editing. Perks: Create valuable pieces for your portfolio. Work with a nationally-recognized award-winning marching band.

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Customer Service Representative 1
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Office of Business Services Job Number:  42679
Department:  Parking Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - C - Non-exempt

Reports to the Parking Supervisor, and is responsible for greeting and directing visitors, controlling entry and exit to assigned parking areas, cashier duties for hourly parking, selling parking permits and providing campus transportation information for University Park Campus. Due to the location and duties of the job, attendants are exposed to various weather conditions throughout the year. Some activities occur outdoors, to include maintaining outdoor electronic equipment and restocking ticket dispensers. Excellent customer service and communication skills are a must due to the one-on-one interactions with Penn State visitors, faculty, staff and students. Must be able to work independently. Qualified candidate must also demonstrate a working knowledge of conflict negotiation skills, which are required for controlling access to campus parking locations. Computer skills with knowledge of MS Word and Outlook are desired. This position is an evening position Monday through Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Maintenance Worker, Asbestos Removal and Insulation
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Office of Physical Plant Job Number:  41988
Department:  Buildings and Grounds Grade:  05  

Lay out all shapes, sizes, and varieties of insulation for installation on many different kinds of equipment and piping to include converters, strainers, fittings, valves, meters, and hot and cold piping. Determine proper types and thickness of insulation materials; estimate and purchase all materials needed for application; maintain inventory of supplies and notify supervisor for re-orders. Figure lag sizes for ordering insulation blankets for installation on heat exchangers, valves, strainers, flanges, etc. Prepare and install insulation; mark all newly insulated pipes appropriately. Interpret drawings, blueprints, and charts to determine piping layouts for installation of insulation. Remove a variety of insulation material, including asbestos, from pipes, fittings, heat exchangers, etc; operate hepavac when removing asbestos. Assemble and disassemble containment areas; erect, work on, and dismantle scaffolding, ladders, and other staging; post signs and/or barricades according to standard procedure to ensure that asbestos removal area is closed to unauthorized personnel. Perform cleaning operations of work areas; collect, tag, record, and transport waste to designated area. Use templates, various hand tools, such as knives, putty knives, calipers, dividers, etc., and portable power tools and equipment to perform assigned tasks. Direct the work of helpers as assigned. Assist trades person(s) in installation, repair, replacement and cleaning of heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Assist in installation, repair, replacement, and cleaning of all oil and gas fired boiler, furnace, and incinerator equipment, and systems. Work closely with the University Department of Environmental Health and Safety. Refer all repair problems for other trades person, lead person, or supervisor; detect unusual conditions and report to supervisor. Maintain work areas and other assigned areas in a clean and orderly condition; maintain tools and equipment, including air-sampling apparatus, in proper condition and repair as necessary; notify supervisor of equipment needs. Operate motor vehicle as required. Job Requirements: Requires the use of commercial English, grammar and arithmetic such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, including decimals and fractions; simple use of formulas, charts, tables, drawings, specifications, schedules, wiring diagrams, together with the use of adjustable measuring instruments. Must also possess valid PA Department of Labor and Industry Asbestos license and obtain annual recertifications. 1 to 2 years of effective experience. Shift and Days Off: 3:30 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. NOTE: EMPLOYEE MUST BE ABLE TO WEAR A RESPIRATOR AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO MEDICAL CLEARANCE. NOTE: THIS POSITION REQUIRES THAT YOU OPERATE A MOTOR VEHICLE AS A PART OF YOUR JOB DUTIES. A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE RECORDS CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED IN ADDITION TO STANDARD BACKGROUND CHECKS.

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Marketing Communications Specialist 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President and Dean for Undergraduate Education Job Number:  42680
Department:  Undergraduate Admissions Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt

Responsible to the Associate Director of Marketing and Recruitment for developing marketing/recruiting websites and materials intended for Undergraduate Admissions audiences. Successful candidates will seek opportunities to analytically examine issues and projects and be willing to actively move forward changes and improvements. Candidate should possess strong project management skills, writing/editing ability, excellent verbal, presentation, and organizational skills with the ability to manage concurrent projects. Duties include copy writing for websites, social media, email campaigns, brochures, and internal and external publications. Assist with video production, as well as development of strategies to maximize the use of social media to communicate with prospective students. Advise and counsel applicants, parents, and school counselors regarding Penn State admissions. Conduct information sessions for prospective students and their families; and participate in and administer other admissions activities as assigned. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Master's degree preferred in communication-related field. Technical experience with data and HTML is preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft and Adobe applications is required. Familiarity, if not direct experience with Photoshop and InDesign a plus. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Plumber - Fitter
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Physical Plant (OPP) Job Number:  41575
Department:  Renovation Services Grade:  03  

Perform assigned piping and plumbing installations on a wide variety of systems and equipment including, but not limited to, laboratory equipment, dining hall and kitchen equipment, heating, ventilating, and air conditioning units, refrigeration units, fire extinguishing systems, water softeners and filters, heat exchangers, all aspects of building plumbing systems, all segments of sewer line systems, both exterior and interior, all aspects of distribution lines, both exterior and interior, etc. Install, repair and maintain a wide variety of plumbing and piping components including, but not limited to, steam distribution and return lines, water lines, deep well pumps, hot water lines, air and pneumatic lines, effluents lines, sewer lines, etc. Perform complete plumbing and piping installations, repair and alterations; test and inspect completed work to detect faulty installations and correct as necessary. Perform inspections, maintenance, and housekeeping programs on tunnels, manholes, valve and meter boxes, septic tanks, cesspools, grease traps, certain utility storage areas including mechanical rooms and equipment therein such as pumps and meters, and other areas to include all plumbing and piping installations and equipment. Install, repair and maintain all types of plumbing and piping materials and components used on campus including, but not limited to, glass, dura-iron, PVC, copper, steel, cast iron, terracotta, transite piping, etc. Operate various types of hand and power tools to cut, thread, bend and join pipe; operate and maintain portable sewage and water pumps, sewage cleaning machines and rods, etc. Read and interpret drawings, blueprints, sketches, and work orders; plan and layout work in proper sequence, assuring top-quality workmanship in all aspects. Detect unusual conditions and defective materials and report to supervisor. Maintain workshop and job area in clean, neat, and orderly condition. Protect surrounding property and furniture from damage during process of work. Answer questions for and/or direct the work of apprentices and/or lower grade employees as required. Operate motor vehicle as required. Perform other duties related or similar to the type described above. Job Requirements: Requires the use of advanced shop mathematics together with the use of complicated drawings, specifications, charts, tables, handbook formulas, all varieties of precision measuring instruments and/or the use of broad training in a recognized trade. Equivalent to complete accredited indentured apprenticeship. Over 1 year up to and including 3 years. Shift and Days Off: 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. NOTE: THIS POSITION REQUIRES THAT YOU OPERATE A MOTOR VEHICLE AS PART OF YOUR JOB DUTIES. A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE RECORDS CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED IN ADDITION TO STANDARD BACKGROUND CHECKS.

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Postdoctoral Researcher in Linguistics
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42691
Department:  Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese    

The Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher in developmental psycholinguistics under the direction of Dr. Karen Miller to begin July 1, 2014, or shortly thereafter. Topics of study include acquisition of sociolinguistic variation and the impact of variation on acquisition of grammatical morphology, experimental studies with preschool and early elementary school aged children, and linguistic variation and language processing in children and adults. Candidates should have a PhD in Linguistics, Psychology, Cognitive Science, or a related field by the time of appointment. Research experience with children and eye tracking methods is a plus, but not required. The postdoctoral scholar would join the vibrant language research communities of the Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese (SIP) http://sip.la.psu.edu and of the interdisciplinary Center for Language Science (CLS) http://cls.psu.edu at Penn State University, and would be expected to contribute to the intellectual life of the SIP and CLS. The initial appointment will be for one year, with a possibility of renewal for a second and third year, depending on the availability of funds. Salary follows NSF/NIH guidelines. The search is open to all eligible candidates regardless of citizenship. Please submit a cover letter, including a statement of research interests, a curriculum vitae, and several reprints or preprints electronically. Additionally, applicants should arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent separately to Karen Miller at kxm80@psu.edu. Review of applications will begin May 1, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.

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Program Coordinator/Instructor, Nursing Program
Campus/Location:  Penn State Harrisburg Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Harrisburg Job Number:  42672
Department:  School of Behavioral Science and Education    

The successful candidate will work in collaboration with Penn State’s College of Nursing and the School Director to coordinate the management of the Nursing Programs at Penn State Harrisburg, which include a Bachelor of Science (RN to BS) and an accelerated Second Degree Program (BS). The program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN) and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Responsibilities include administering the program; serving as the program contact for students, administration and the public; providing leadership and mentoring to the nursing faculty; advising students; teaching; maintaining relationships with clinical affiliates; maintaining accreditation standards; recommending budgets; managing enrollment; providing evaluative comments on faculty performance; and assisting in the evaluation and development of the curriculum. Instruction may include using online or face-to-face delivery and teaching day or evening classes. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in scholarly activities to stay current in the discipline and campus, university, and community service. Possible areas of specialization include child health, mental health, community health, and adult health. A doctoral degree is required. Additional requirements include eligibility for Pennsylvania Registered Nurse licensure, administrative experience, teaching experience in baccalaureate nursing programs, evidence of scholarship, skill in a collegial approach to decision making, enthusiasm for a multidisciplinary environment, and commitment to a student-centered learning environment. This is a 36-week academic-year contract with a summer supplement, with the strong possibility for renewal depending on performance and enrollments. CAMPUS INFORMATION: www.hbg.psu.edu Submit letter of application that describes preparation for and interest in this position, a curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to psu.jobs. Application review begins immediately and continues until a suitable candidate is found.

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Proposal and Award Generalist
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42667
Department:  Psychiatry Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - G - Non-exempt
02 - H - Non-exempt

Provide administrative support for Department of Psychiatry Research Administration and Chair’s Offices. Assist faculty with grant, IRB protocol, scientific symposia abstract and poster submissions, technical/other reports, related documents, and budget creation by reviewing sponsor and Penn State guidelines. Prepare requests for advance fund numbers. Log, track, assist in setting up budgets, and monitor end dates for awards. Maintain faculty expertise databases, department/email lists. Assist Chair's Office with special projects; draft internal/external communications; compile information/data to create financial and technical reports and forms; schedule meetings; prepare meeting agendas and minutes; answer phones; handle inquiries/provide information; maintain/edit/create Web pages, records, databases, and calendars. Monitor/approve room reservation requests. This is a very busy office and the volume of work is high. Strong communication and organization skills, handling multiple projects simultaneously, ability to work in a collaborative team-based work environment, and attention to detail are critical to success. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. ACOR ACES certification and experience with Redcap, Cayuse, SIMS budgets, CATS, videoconferencing desired. This job will be filled as a level 1, or level 2, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. This is a fixed-term appointment funded through December 31, 2014.

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Research Technologist 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42677
Department:  Department of Nutritional Sciences, Laboratory for the Study of Human Ingestive Behavior Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Non-exempt

The Laboratory for the Study of Human Ingestive Behavior in the Department of Nutritional Sciences is currently accepting applications for a Research Technologist II position. This full-time position is responsible for coordinating multiple ongoing research projects and making decisions regarding the daily running of the lab; supervising research staff, graduate and undergraduate students; assisting in the preparation of grant proposals, renewals, progress reports and IRB submissions; assisting in the hiring and training of new personnel; and preparing food, collecting data and testing human subjects in research. Candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ideal candidate will also have strong organizational skills, research knowledge (including knowledge of Institutional Review Board human subjects issues), good computer skills, and demonstrated ability to work as part of a team. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher in Nutrition, Psychology, Human Development and Family Studies or related field, plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with possibility of re-funding.

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Summer Positions
Campus/Location:  Penn State Altoona Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Altoona Job Number:  42678
Department:  Admissions    

Several self-motivated, articulate, outgoing, and dependable students will be hired. Summer work-study is not required. The qualified candidates would be expected to answer and transfer phone calls, prepare folders for visiting guests, provide tours of campus for families and prospective students. Other projects will be known throughout the summer. Importance of communication with diverse populations cannot be overstated. Positions will be open until filled. You must apply online.

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Summer Temporary Positions
Campus/Location:  Penn State Altoona Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Altoona Job Number:  42688
Department:  Admissions    

The role of these students is to primarily conduct tours during our Spend a Summer Day programs. These programs occur throughout the summer and are a type of Open House for students who are just beginning their college search. The summer worker does not have to be available for each program but can work as many as he or she agrees. This would be ideal for someone who is in the area for classes or may be willing or able to visit for the weekend. Positions will be open until filled. You must apply online.

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Transportation Manager 3 (Airport Repair Station Manager)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Airport Operations Job Number:  42666
Department:  Airport Operations Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - J - Exempt

Responsible to the Associate Director of the University Park Airport for the supervision and operation of the Airport`s Federal Aviation Administration approved Aircraft Repair Station. The Repair Station provides services to customers for the inspection, repair, maintenance, servicing and modification of aircraft and related aerospace equipment according to current FAA regulations, manufacturers` specifications and University standards. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree plus four years of work related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Airframe and Powerplant Certificate with Inspection Authorization is required Pervious experience preferred to be directly related and recent experience.

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Wage Payroll Positions Summer 2014 (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/14/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42674
Department:  Maintenance and Operations    

Penn State Behrend Maintenance and Operations needs 4 wage payroll students for Summer Work. Light maintenance and landscaping duties to maintain Behrend buildings and grounds. Operation of small power tools. Some light construction projects. Supervision of all work. 40 hours/week

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Postdoctoral Scholar
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/12/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42686
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking to fill one postdoctoral position under the direction of Dr. Jun Zhu. The postdoc will work on projects to understand the electronic properties of two-dimensional materials such as graphene and transition metal dichalcogenides and nanostructures made from these materials. The postdoc will be encouraged to enhance his/her research credentials through publications, and to guide graduate and undergraduate students. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Physics or a related field and a history of Ph.D. level research experience in experimental condensed matter or materials physics. Past experience in working with cryogenic equipment, nanofabrication, transport characterization of nanoscale materials and devices, and scanned probe microscopy is preferred. Applications must be submitted electronically and include a cover letter, CV and statement of research interests. Applicants should arrange for two reference letters to be submitted to jxz26@psu.edu, indicating “PSU postdoc” in the subject line. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire, with possibility of re-funding. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.

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Administrative Support Assistant 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Executive Vice President and Provost Job Number:  42665
Department:  University Budget Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - D - Non-exempt

We are seeking a professional to join our administrative staff and act as the first point of contact for the University Budget Office. Responsibilities include performing receptionist and office support duties such as greet visitors, answer and screen telephone calls, process incoming and outgoing mail, maintain appointment calendars, schedule meetings, and maintain files. File management to include use of imaging software. Maintain inventory and order/purchase supplies. Compose, type, edit and proofread office documents. Copy, gather and compile data and prepare reports for distribution. Operate and maintain a variety of office equipment. Provide backup support as required. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Attention to detail is essential. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel preferred. Must be willing to learn new software packages as required. Must work well as a member of a team and demonstrate use of judgment in problem solving. The individual should be able to work independently, have the ability to prioritize/plan daily activities, have integrity, professionalism and exceptional organizational, phone and customer service skills. The individual must have excellent communication skills and be able to maintain confidentiality. Excellent organizational, customer service, and multi-tasking skills required. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Counselor
Campus/Location:  Penn State Wilkes-Barre Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Wilkes-Barre Job Number:  42660
Department:  Student Affairs and Academic Affairs Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Exempt
03 - H - Exempt

This joint appointment in the Student Affairs and Academic Affairs departments at Penn State Wilkes-Barre will serve as the primary personal counselor for students in crisis and those needing short-term counseling intervention. This position will have responsibility for coordinating and/or presenting educational programs related to students' overall emotional well-being. The counselor will serve as the primary Disability Services Liaison for the Wilkes-Barre campus. This professional will also partner with the Advising Center Coordinator to work in academic advising and retention initiatives with at -risk student populations. This position is a ten month appointment with some limited summer advising dates expected. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher in counselor education, college student personnel, psychology, social work, education, higher education administration, or related discipline plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Licensure in the state of PA as a mental health practitioner (social work, psychology, or counseling). Experience with collegiate populations, ideally with counseling, academic advising and/or disability services strongly preferred. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. This is an 83.3% full-time equivalency (FTE) job. Months off are June and July. Full Penn State benefits included.

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Enrollment Services Specialist 3
Campus/Location:  Penn State Abington Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Abington Job Number:  42658
Department:  Student Affairs Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - G - Exempt

As part of the Enrollment Management team, work to recruit and enroll new first-year students in helping to yield and retain the College’s enrollment as stated in its strategic plan. Counsel and advise prospective students/families regarding the University’s admissions process and be responsible for responding to direct requests from individual applicants, parents, and counselors through telephone and email contact or visits to the office. Evaluate and analyze academic credentials on students’ applications to determine eligibility for admission to the College. Assist in the planning of recruitment events and be expected to present at these events. The position requires collaborative work with other University and campus offices. In addition, the position requires travel to visit high schools, recruitment programs, University meetings, and conferences. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Faculty Academic Advisor
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Arts and Architecture Job Number:  42668
Department:  School of Visual Arts    

The School of Visual Arts seeks candidates for the position of Faculty Academic Advisor. This position will coordinate the delivery of all undergraduate-advising in the School of Visual Arts along with processing student requests (petitions) for academic exceptions, course substitutions, etc. Other job responsibilities include creating programs to guide students in defining and achieving academic success. Working with faculty to provide orientation programs for incoming students, including advanced standing transfer and change of major students. Serve as the student’s academic program advisor. Serve as a mentor and engage in discussions with students that help clarify professional goals, university academic experiences, and curriculum plans. Provide coordination and tracking data regarding student career interests and general discipline conscious advising. Track student retention and graduation rates along with job and graduate school placement after graduation using college database. Provide and supervise the administration of freshman testing, advising, consultation, and other related programs. Monitor that students are making timely progress toward graduation. Verify student records and perform graduation checks to verify that degree requirements have been met, and coordinate graduation lists with the Associate Dean’s office. Meet with and advise students with course scheduling and planning via phone, email and/or in-person individual and group session. Provide accurate record-keeping of standard discussion and guidance provided in student files and on electronic record keeping systems customary in the college and university. Monitor fulfillment of and make recommendations for university requirement of general education courses. Provide statistics from University data collection sources as needed by School Director and as required by the accrediting processes. Serve as the primary school/departmental liaison with the College Associate Dean’s office for Undergraduate Education and the College D.U.S. Advisor. Serve as faculty consultant with curriculum committees with the preparation of course proposals and curriculum changes. Willingness to teach or assist in teaching a course when requested by academic unit head. This position is a 48-week multi-year fixed-term appointment for a three year period. Master's degree required in Arts and Architecture discipline or educational counseling. Experience in Arts and Architecture discipline preferred.

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Lecturer in Physics
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42670
Department:  School of Science    

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, invites applications for a full-time Lecturer position in Physics. The position is for a sabbatical leave replacement for the 2014-2015 academic year. Teaching responsibilities will be primarily in introductory physics courses. Ability to teach senior-level physics courses desirable. Applicants must have a Master’s degree or higher in Physics or a related field; relevant teaching experience; and a strong commitment to undergraduate education. Penn State Behrend is a four-year and graduate college of Penn State University with approximately 4,350 students. The School of Science offers B.S. degrees in biology, chemistry, mathematics, mathematics education, nursing, physics, and general science. Erie Pennsylvania, a metropolitan area of 280,000 residents, is a major service, tourism, medical, and industrial center on Lake Erie’s Presque Isle Bay and is located two hours from Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Buffalo. The region offers many cultural, sports, and recreational resources, as well as modest living costs and affordable housing. There are five colleges in the Erie area. The review of applications will begin May 1, 2014. Please submit a cover letter, resume/CV and one additional document that should include the following three items: a brief teaching statement, graduate and undergraduate transcripts, and the names, phone numbers and email addresses of three references.

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Multimedia Specialist
Campus/Location:  Penn State Great Valley Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42656
Department:  Learning Design and Public Media Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - H - Non-exempt
02 - J - Exempt
03 - K - Exempt

Penn State World Campus, in partnership with Penn State Great Valley, is seeking a creative and innovative Multimedia Specialist to assist with the creation of multimedia applied to the development and delivery of online courses. The person in this position will consult with Instructional Designers, Instructional Production Specialists, and Faculty to translate pedagogical problems into technology solutions suitable for delivery over the Internet. Interactive media projects may include creation of 2D and 3D graphics, animations and simulations using a variety of technologies, and new initiatives associated with social media, mobile learning, and more. This person may also work on other projects suited to their interests and skill sets and balanced with the needs of the unit. This might include CSS template design, assisting with the operation of the necessary equipment to broadcast and/or record video teleconferencing class content, coordinating on-demand video course content (including video capture, editing, and format conversion), exploring existing and emerging technologies for delivery of multimedia over the Internet, and assisting with the management and integration of our Flash Streaming Media Server. This job will be filled as a level 1, level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Required familiarity and demonstrated experience with a variety of development software and platforms including Adobe Suite of products (Photoshop, Audition, Illustrator, Flash/Flex/Air, Captivate, Premiere). Strongly encouraged skills include digital video and audio editing; proficiency with life cycle Web development processes including analysis, design, prototyping, debugging, testing, and support stages; proficiency developing Web content and interactive Web pages with HTML/HTML5, CSS, jQuery or other Javascript Library, and Adobe Air; and experience working in a mixed-platform environment with both Mac and PC. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, be self-motivated, work well on development teams, and work with a diverse group of people including faculty, instructional designers, and IT professionals. Experience with video teleconferencing and/or Polycom products is a plus. Experience with visual design also a plus. Experience working with others at a distance strongly desired. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach and Online Education’s diversity initiative.

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New Student Orientation (NSO) Check-In Crew
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Undergraduate Education Job Number:  42662
Department:  Student Orientation and Transition Programs    

As a part of the New Student Orientation staff, the NSO Check-In Crew plays a key role in providing a quality transitional experience for all incoming first-year students. Under the supervision of the NSO coordinator and the guidance of an Orientation Associate, crew members will assist incoming Penn State students as well as their parents and family members in checking-in for their scheduled NSO. Additionally, crew members will be tasked with assisting the facilitation of academic consultations. Crew members must be able to be flexible while working in a demanding, fast-paced environment and are expected to actively engage with students and families while providing a welcoming environment to make each New Student Orientation program a success. The NSO Check-In Crew will be tasked with the following responsibilities: Execute program check-in for over 500 participants daily, including students, parents, and families. Handle confidential student records with responsibility and care. Provide support to academic consultants and Orientation Associates. General NSO assistance as needed. Interested applicants must be a current Penn State student (undergraduate or graduate) during Spring 2014 semester who plans to be enrolled in Fall 2014, and maintain a 2.5 or higher GPA. Check-in Crew members must be available for training May 18-20 and for all NSO programs (May 21-23, May 27-30, June 1-6, June 8-13, June 15-20, June 22-27, June 29-July 3, July 6-10, July 14-18, July 20-23). Eight (8) Check-In Crew members will work at the HUB from 11:30am – 2:30pm, Sunday through Thursday, for a total of 15 hours per week; two (2) Check-In Crew members will work in Chambers Building from 10:00am – 12:00pm, Monday through Friday, for a total of 10 hours per week. Members of the Check-In Crew are free to hold other jobs on- and/or off-campus, as well as to take summer courses, as long as they are able to fulfill their Check-In Crew obligations. If another job is held on-campus, total hours worked in one week may not exceed 40. Applications will be accepted until Tuesday, May 6. Please submit a resume with your application. Compensation is $8.50/hour. Check-In Crew attire, including NSO polo shirts and name tags. Opportunities to network with university staff. Improve leadership experience, communication and public speaking skills

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Office Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Behrend College Job Number:  42657
Department:  WP$E Radio    

Duties include data input and organizing, compiling of information into reports, maintaining of records, coordination and execution of mailings, appointment setting, voice and data messaging to clients and prospects, audio production assistance. Requires professional communication skills, office technology and Web skills, ability to produce multiple projects concurrently on schedule with complete accuracy.

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Part-time Researchers in Sociology and Criminology
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42663
Department:  Sociology and Criminology    

The College of the Liberal Arts of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for research positions in the Department of Sociology and Criminology for the period May/June through July/August of 2014. All positions require a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study plus relevant experience. These are non-tenure track appointments. Applications received by May 1, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae.

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Programmer/Analyst
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42659
Department:  Office of Research Information Systems (ORIS) Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - J - Exempt
03 - K - Exempt

The Office of Research Information Systems (ORIS) is seeking a Programmer to support development of research administration applications. This position will provide programming support for custom software applications, primarily the SIMS suite, that directly support the day-to-day administration of the University’s $800M research enterprise. The SIMS modules include research proposal budgeting, proposal development and submission, automated proposal routing, and award processing and negotiation. The Programmer will be involved in all aspects of the software development lifecycle with special emphasis on designing, coding, and testing. This position will report to the Lead Programmer and work in a team-based environment requiring cooperation with other programmers, business analysts, and end users. Adherence to software development processes, strong documentation skills, and attention to detail are important characteristics of the successful candidate. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Experience in C# and Microsoft SQL is a significant plus. Experience in ASP.NET, XML, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Visual Studio and Visual SourceSafe is preferred. The Programmer must demonstrate knowledge of object oriented programming and relational databases. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of refunding.

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Research Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42661
Department:  Astronomy and Astrophysics    

The Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics of The Pennsylvania State University has an opening for a Research Assistant position for summer of 2014 (June to July). The duties will involve working with Dr. Michael Siegel on the analysis of Swift/UVOT data to produce photometric analysis of nearby star clusters. The applicant should have skills in processing UVOT data, performing crowded field photometry and analyzing color-magnitude diagrams. The position does not require a degree. Applicants should include a cover letter, CV and list of references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Wage Payroll Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/11/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Job Number:  42654
Department:     

The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for wage payroll positions. Education requirements vary depending on the specific position filled. Applications are retained and are assured full consideration for the entire period. Positions will be filled as needed. We will contact you if an appropriate opening arises.

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Adjunct Faculty
Campus/Location:  Penn State Beaver Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Beaver Job Number:  42645
Department:  Continuing Education    

Penn State Beaver Continuing Education is seeking part time adjunct faculty to teach within the following program areas: Civil PE Review Course; Engineer in Training Preparation Course; Project Management Certificate Program; Six Sigma Black Belt; Elder Care: Social Worker, Recreation Therapist, Physician, Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Degree in health or human services-related field, Occupational Therapist, Attorney; CPA Continuing Education; Real Estate Fundamentals and Practice and Relicensure Courses; Supervisory Essentials, Communications, Leadership For all positions, an advanced degree in an appropriate discipline, from an accredited institution is required. Prior teaching experience is strongly preferred. A teaching demonstration may be required as part of the on-campus interview. CAMPUS INFORMATION: The Pennsylvania State University is a multi-campus public land-grant university committed to improving the lives of the people of Pennsylvania, the nation, and the world. Our instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, and continuing and distance education informed by scholarship and research. Our research, scholarship, and creative activities promote human and economic development through the expansion of knowledge and its applications. Penn State Beaver is a 100-acre residential campus located 45 minutes northwest of Pittsburgh. As part of the Penn State system, we offer a quality education and student experience in a small community setting. The campus is one of the 24 locations of Penn State University, with a student enrollment of about 700-800. Penn State Beaver primarily serves students in the freshman and sophomore years, although four baccalaureate degree programs offer opportunities for students to remain for four years. More than 150 people are employed at the campus, which features more than a dozen buildings.

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Adjunct Faculty
Campus/Location:  Penn State Beaver Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Beaver Job Number:  42653
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State Beaver is developing a candidate pool for a variety of academic units. At this time, there we are accepting submissions for the summer semester for: Meteorology For all positions, a Master`s degree in an appropriate discipline from an accredited institution is required and prior teaching experience is strongly preferred. A teaching demonstration may be required as part of the on-campus interview. CAMPUS INFORMATION: The Pennsylvania State University is a multi-campus public land-grant university committed to improving the lives of the people of Pennsylvania, the nation, and the world. Our instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, and continuing and distance education informed by scholarship and research. Our research, scholarship, and creative activities promote human and economic development through the expansion of knowledge and its applications. Penn State Beaver is a 100-acre residential campus located 45 minutes northwest of Pittsburgh. As part of the Penn State system, we offer a quality education and student experience in a small community setting. The campus is one of the 24 locations of Penn State University, with a student enrollment of about 700-800. Penn State Beaver primarily serves students in the freshman and sophomore years, although four baccalaureate degree programs offer opportunities for students to remain for four years. More than 150 people are employed at the campus, which features more than a dozen buildings.

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Administrative Support Assistant
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42629
Department:  Fluid Dynamics Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - F - Non-exempt
04 - G - Non-exempt

This position will provide administrative support for the Fluid Dynamics Division of the Fluids, Structural Mechanics, and Acoustics Office (FSMAO). Responsibilities include: Manage the daily functions of the Division; prepare government sponsor proposals and proposal budgets, type/format technical memorandums and final reports, and create and edit presentations; arrange and reconcile travel, assist with special projects, and process purchasing card and financial support documents; prepare personnel paperwork for hires, promotion, and departmental transfers; ensure Division compliance of security guidelines/procedures, submit clearance requests, and prepare security check sheets; maintain Division files, including logging Division holdings; schedule meetings, generate reports, and assist with coordination of internal and external events; and provide backup support for the FSMAO. Work schedule will be Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This job will be filled at a level 3 or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate's education and experience. Typically requires a high school diploma or higher plus two years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, IBIS, ERS, and Arlink systems is preferred. The successful candidate will be able to work independently and as part of an administrative team, will possess strong prioritization and organizational skills, and will have the ability to pay close attention to detail to ensure compliance with governmental regulations. Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation. You ust be a U.S. Citizen to apply.

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Computational Scientist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42617
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - J - Exempt
03 - K - Exempt

The research laboratory of Dr. Moriah Szpara, in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, seeks applicants for a scientific programmer, to join a group focused on the genomic variation of human alpha herpes viruses, and their impact on human health. The successful candidate will interface with bioinformatics and computational groups within the Huck Institutes for the Life Sciences and the Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics. The successful candidate will lead bioinformatic analyses on the genetic variation among virus strains (genome resequencing and genotype-phenotype comparison), as well as analyzing how host cells respond to infection (transcriptomics and RNAseq). More details on the position can be found at (http://szparalab.psu.edu/). Resources utilized include high-performance computing clusters, local servers, and cloud-based servers such as Galaxy and Amazon EC2. Data is generated by a MiSeq in the lab, as well a central Genomics Core Facility. The successful candidate will work closely with the P.I. and be involved in training others to implement bioformatic analyses. Significant contribution to academic papers and co-authorship is expected. Desired qualifications: Familiarity with analysis of high throughput sequencing data (e.g. RNAseq, de novo genome assembly, or similar), ability to quickly and efficiently implement algorithms and statistical methods, and strong computational background with good knowledge of biology. The position requires the ability to work well in a team environment, communicate with people of varying skill levels, and adjust to the changing demands of science. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher in a field of study with focus on computational research methods plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. A complete application will include a cover letter, CV, and three letters of reference. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Desktop Services Intern (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42634
Department:  Outreach Information Technology    

Outreach Information Technology (OIT) is seeking a wage payroll staff for summer work. The successful candidate will have experience and/or education with technology support and customer service. The position will work with the desktop services team to provide level 1 technology support to Outreach staff and assist with summer projects. Successful applicants must have excellent problem-solving, interpersonal and communications skills. This is a wage payroll position for summer 2014 employment.

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Director, Bennett Family Child Care Center
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42608
Department:  Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - I - Exempt
04 - J - Exempt

Penn State’s HDFS Children’s Programs is seeking a Director of the Bennett Family Child Care Center (BFC). The Bennett Center, which opened in 2001, serves approximately 120+ children from 6 weeks to 6 years of age in eight mixed-age classrooms and one arts-integrated kindergarten class. The center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), with a Keystone STARS rating of 4. The Director will oversee the day-to-day operation and manage all aspects of the center including supervision of approximately 30 staff members; development and implementation of policies, procedures, and programming; and management of the budget. Specific responsibilities include: providing strategic direction and planning and developing a vision and mission for the program that is aligned with that of the University; coordinating and monitoring curriculum and program planning and implementation; interviewing, hiring, and orienting new staff; administering government programs, including food subsidy programs; ensuring compliance with NAEYC standards, federal, state, and local laws with respect to child care; and ensuring compliance with University policies that pertain to child care. This position will interact with parents, staff, faculty and others regarding matters related to the center. In addition, this position will be expected to interact, cooperate and coordinate with the Child Care Center at Hort Woods on various matters. In addition, this position may be involved with developing, planning, and administering child care training and administrative programs; researching potential external funding sources; providing outreach and guidance and serving as an expert in matters pertaining to child care; coordinating faculty/student research programs at the center; and working closely with the HDFS internship program. This job will be filled as a level 3, or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Management experience in early childhood education settings required. The candidate should have completed, or be in the process of completing, the Director’s Credential through PAKeys. Additional experience preferred. Other requirements include excellent written and oral communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, active infant/child first-aid and CPR certifications, and good judgment in potential emergency situations. This position must be able to handle sensitive issues with confidentiality. Required clearances include: Act 34 clearances; PA Child Care Clearances; FBI Fingerprinting; Physical Exam; and tuberculosis test. This position is subject to an annual background check as outlined in University policy AD39. Also, annual training on Mandatory Reporter of Child Abuse required. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Full-time Fixed-term Faculty
Campus/Location:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Job Number:  42655
Department:  B.S. Program in Rehabilitation and Human Services    

Penn State Lehigh Valley is seeking a full-time, fixed-term one year faculty member for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters, to teach in the B.S.program in Rehabilitation and Human Services. Responsibilities: Teach introductory and upper-level courses using traditional, hybrid and online delivery methods in the B.S. program in Rehabilitation and Human Services. Course assignments may include introduction to rehabilitation and human services, introduction to counseling as a profession, client assessment in rehabilitation and human services, group work in rehabilitation and human services, case management, children and family services in RHS setting, and community and mental health services. The successful candidate will teach four courses (12 credits) per semester. A portion of this teaching load includes supervision of internship. The detailed weight of the internship supervision will be determined with the Director of Academic Affairs considering factors such as number of students in internship and others. Teaching assignments may require teaching day, evening and/or Saturday classes as needed. Participate in course, curriculum, and program development. Advise students and provide career guidance. Participate in campus, university, and community service activities. Engage in activities to stay current in the discipline. Master`s Degree or higher is required, PhD is preferred, as well as professional and effective teaching experience at the college level. Commitment to high-quality instruction in a student-centered environment is desired. Interest in active and collaborative learning, the instructional use of technology, and hybrid and online teaching is an advantage. Classes may be offered day, evening or Saturdays.

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Health Services Researcher
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42633
Department:  Anesthesia    

The Department of Anesthesiology at The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine and the Hershey Medical Center is seeking Health Service Related Researchers with an interest in perioperative patient safety to establish and lead a new research program in patient safety. The Academic Department of Anesthesiology comprises 170 Anesthesiologists/Anesthetists and has significant research strength in Basic, Translational, Clinical and Education/Simulation research. We are seeking to develop a new research program in patient safety to drive our clinical safety efforts. The applicant should have at least a Master’s degree but preferably a PhD degree in human factors/process design and/or patient safety research. The successful applicant will be highly motivated, innovative and be able to establish a research program in patient safety in collaboration with our research staff and Anesthesiology Faculty and Residents. The initial appointment will be for one year with high probability of re-funding. Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, disabled individuals, and other protected groups.

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Information Sciences and Technology Instructor (Multi-Year appointment, 36 weeks)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Beaver Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Beaver Job Number:  42649
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Responsibilities: Teach effectively in areas like programming, databases, enterprise integration, and systems analysis and systems integration using traditional and hybrid delivery modes. Participate in course, curriculum, and program development. Advise students and provide career guidance. Participate in campus, university, and community service activities. Engage in activities to stay current in the discipline. Qualifications: Ph.D. or Master’s degree in Information Science, Information Technology, Computer Science or related field. Commitment to high-quality instruction in a student-centered environment is desired. Interest in active and collaborative learning, the instructional use of technology, and hybrid and online teaching is an advantage. Prior college-level and online teaching experience preferred. Enthusiasm for working in a multidisciplinary environment is important. Campus Information: Penn State Beaver, a regional campus of The Pennsylvania State University, is a 100 acre, suburban campus located 30 miles north of Pittsburgh and 20 miles north of the Pittsburgh International Airport with easy access to the excitement of the city and relaxation of the country. It is a mixed residential and commuter campus comprised of student-centered faculty and staff dedicated to excellence in teaching and learning. The campus offers baccalaureate degrees in Administration of Justice, Business, Communications, Information Sciences and Technology, and Psychology. The IST department also offers two minors – Security and risk Analysis and IST. For more information about Penn State’s IST program, visit ist.psu.edu. In addition students are offered the first two years of study for most of Penn State’s approximately 160 academic majors. The student body is largely comprised of traditional aged students, although the campus makes a concerted effort to expand programs for non-traditional students. For more information about the campus, visit br.psu.edu. Closing Date: Application review will begin immediately and will continue until a suitable candidate is found.

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Information Technology Operations Specialist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Information Technology Services, Administrative Information Services Job Number:  42627
Department:  Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - F - Non-exempt

Administrative Information Services (AIS), a unit of Information Technology Services (ITS) at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking a highly motivated and proactive Computer Operator to serve as a member of the Systems Operation Center (SOC). The successful candidate will provide support that will promote the health and stability of key Penn State services; analyze issues and ensure proper operation of computer systems; escalate issues as needed to the proper team; facilitate batch processing to ensure all work is properly executed on production enterprise systems; follow all SOC processes and operating procedures to see all issues through to resolution. This job will be filled as a level 1, or level 2, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. This position requires that you travel as part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Note: Must be willing to work any shift assigned. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Instructor in Chemistry
Campus/Location:  Penn State Altoona Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Altoona Job Number:  42651
Department:  Academic Affairs, Mathematics & Natural Sciences    

Penn State Altoona invites applications for two three-year renewable, full-time instructors in Chemistry starting Fall 2014. The position requires an M.S. in Chemistry; however, preference will be given to applicants with a Ph.D. in Chemistry or closely-related discipline and a strong interest in undergraduate instruction. The primary responsibility for the position is teaching lower-division courses in chemistry. Applicants should upload a letter of application establishing their qualifications; a current vita; a description of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching effectiveness; transcripts (official transcripts required at the time of an interview); and three letters of reference. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. For additional information about Penn State Altoona, please visit our web page at http://www.altoona.psu.edu. For additional information about our chemistry faculty and program, please see our web site at http://www.aa.psu.edu/chemistry/.

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Instructor in Japanese (Part-time)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Altoona Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Altoona Job Number:  42652
Department:  Academic Affairs, Division of Arts and Humanities    

Penn State Altoona’s Division of Arts and Humanities solicits applications for part-time employment for the Fall 2014 semester to teach a basic language course in Japanese. Minimum qualifications include at least a Master`s degree in the language. Native or near-native fluency is desired. Teaching experience at the university level is preferred. Applicants should upload a letter of application establishing their qualifications and including: a current vita; transcripts (official transcripts required at the time of an interview); and three references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until suitable candidates are identified. For additional information about Penn State Altoona, please visit our web page at http://www.altoona.psu.edu

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KPAP Instructor (Part-Time)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health & Human Development Job Number:  42635
Department:  Kinesiology    

The Kinesiology Physical Activity Program (KPAP) in the Department of Kinesiology invites applications for part-time instructors to teach academically-focused physical activity and/or fitness for life classes. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments with the possibility of reappointment. Candidates should have an interest and skills in lifetime sport and exercise activities. A minimum of a Master’s degree in an appropriate discipline and/or advanced certification/expertise in a specialized field, and a commitment to quality teaching is required. Previous teaching experience is preferred. Applications will be reviewed beginning immediately and continue to be reviewed until needed positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted electronically and should include a cover letter, C.V., and three references. Applications will be held throughout the 2014/2015 academic year for consideration on an as needed basis. Please include strengths and preferences in specific areas (i.e. yoga, fitness conditioning, etc.).

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Landscape Architect (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Greater Pittsburgh Area Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42624
Department:  The Penn State Center--Pittsburgh    

The Penn State Center in Pittsburgh is currently undertaking a very large green infrastructure pilot project known as Project 15206. Landscape architecture assistance is needed to help with design and construction details of the incorporation of green infrastructure within the project area. Creativity and good technical skills are required. Requirements: 4th or 5th year student. This paid internship opportunity will be for the period mid-May through mid-August, approximately 30 hours per week. This work can be used either as an internship or an independent work-study.

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Landscaping Contracting (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Greater Pittsburgh Area Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42621
Department:  The Penn State Center--Pittsburgh    

The Penn State Center in Pittsburgh is looking for landscape contracting students who are needed to work together in the field for the installation of rain gardens and other various green infrastructure throughout Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods. In addition these individuals will also assist in the creation of maintenance manuals for green infrastructure. Requirements: Senior year students with proficient writing and graphic skills. This paid internship opportunity will be for the period mid-May through mid-August, approximately 30 hours per week. This work can be used either as an internship or an independent work-study.

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Lecturer in Engineering
Campus/Location:  Penn State Berks Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Berks Job Number:  42636
Department:  Engineering, Business & Computing    

Penn State Berks, a college of The Pennsylvania State University located in suburban Reading, offers the collegiality of a small college with the strength of a well-respected research university. RESPONSIBILITIES: Teach mechanical engineering discipline courses related to production and manufacturing in our Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology baccalaureate program; advise students; and provide service to the college and the profession. QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or closely related discipline is required with a minimum of ten years of engineering experience with manufacturing industries in the United States. Candidate must possess a background in materials and processes, and experience in working with measuring instruments, machine tools, and welding equipment. Professional Engineer licensure is preferred. APPOINTMENT: 36-week (9-month) full-time multi-year position. REQUESTED INFORMATION AS APPLICABLE: Provide resume or curriculum vitae showing earned degrees; engineering experience in industry (especially responsibilities in manufacturing, engineering design, product management, quality assurance, and production metrics); professional license; college-level teaching experience (including specific subject areas such as engineering materials, manufacturing processes, production systems, engineering design, project collaboration, quality standards, and professional ethics); publications, patents, and presentations; service to a college or university; and service to the profession (such as professional organization membership, offices held, conference organizer, or ABET accreditation evaluator). APPLICATION MATERIALS SHOULD INCLUDE: a letter of application; resume or curriculum vitae that includes names, addresses (including email) and phone numbers of three professional references; and a statement of teaching philosophy (addressing but not limited to: adoption of innovative learning methods, software integration with student assignments, industrial collaboration for course projects, and effective assessment measures of course outcomes). SCHEDULE: Applications will be accepted until this position is filled. Review of candidates’ materials will begin June 30, 2014, for an employment start date in January 2015, Spring Semester. INQUIRIES: Email Professor Terry Speicher, Search Chair, at tls20@psu.edu with questions regarding the position. Email Joann Devich at jmd59@psu.edu with questions regarding the application process. In all emails, please write “EMET Faculty” in the subject line.

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Postdoctoral Scholar
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42650
Department:  Biology    

A postdoctoral position is available in the lab of Dr. Monica Medina in the Department of Biology at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park campus. The successful candidate will be expected to conduct research on speciation genomics in the Caribbean coral Orbicella faveolata complex. The work will involve handling large genome sequence data files from different locations to identify genomic regions associated to speciation under gene flow. Experience with next generation sequence data is expected. This position requires a PhD in Evolutionary Biology or a related field. The candidate should have knowledge of the Unix environment and be able to program in at least one language (Perl, Python). Scientific diving (American Association for Underwater Science certification) and boating (US Cost Guard certification) experience are required. Ability to travel to remote field locations for extended periods of time may be necessary. Additionally, experience in molecular biology, bioinformatics, statistics, and population genetics analysis is required. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with good possibility of re-funding. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found. Applications must be submitted electronically and include a cover letter detailing research experience and interests, a CV, and contact information for three references.

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Public Relations Specialist (Writer-Editor)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42611
Department:  College Relations Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - G - Non-exempt
02 - H - Exempt
03 - I - Exempt

The College of Health and Human Development is seeking a Writer/Editor to support communications needs of the college and its constituent units. Assignments will be largely news-and storytelling-based for use across media. This individual will be expected to develop relationships throughout the college to discover and answer to content needs and to identify opportunities for enhanced communication. The candidate must be a self-starter and be able work in a team environment; manage multiple concurrent projects; adhere to deadlines; show attention to detail; and exhibit excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. This job will be filled as a level 1, level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. We seek candidates with a Bachelor’s degree in English, writing, communications or related field with directly related experience. Required knowledge includes demonstrated experience in writing, editing, and proofreading; optimizing content for multiple channels and audiences; and familiarity with style guides. Proficiency in updating and maintaining websites via a content management system and best practices for web standards and accessibility is preferred. Experience with copywriting/marketing/collateral and/or creative media production is helpful. Candidates should be prepared to submit samples of work to show breadth of experience in aforementioned formats. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Research Assistant / Research Associate
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42643
Department:  Social Science Research Institute / Clearinghouse    

The Penn State Clearinghouse on Military Family Readiness (Clearinghouse) is a partnership among Penn State, the Department of Defense, and the United States Department of Agriculture. The Clearinghouse mission is to promote and support the dissemination and use of evidence-based programs and practices designed to enhance the health and well-being of military families. The Clearinghouse will also build the capacity of professionals working with military families to implement evidence-based programs and practices. The Clearinghouse is currently seeking a candidate for a Research Assistant/Research Associate position. Responsibilities include (a) developing educational materials; (b) conducting reviews of literature; (c) developing briefing reports, papers, and conference presentations; (d) assisting with outreach efforts on issues related to military families; (e) developing interactive learning tools for practitioners using the Clearinghouse; and (f) other tasks as needed. The position requires a minimum of a Masters (or equivalent) for the Research Assistant or PhD for the Research Associate in Human Development; Family Studies; Psychology; Family Sociology, Prevention Science; or other related discipline. In addition, the candidate should be familiar with project management and community-based research. The successful candidate must possess strong writing and oral communication skills, and excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. The individual must have the ability to read, interpret, and synthesize empirical research from various social science fields. The candidate must also be able to work efficiently in both independent and collaborative situations, being a team player is an essential part of the job. Preference will be given to individuals that have participated in research as denoted by publications, conference presentations, grants, and other scholarly activities. This is a fixed-term position with full University benefits including tuition discount for dependents. This project is grant-funded, with excellent possibility for annual renewal.

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Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42628
Department:  Materials Research Institute Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - G - Non-exempt

The Materials Characterization Laboratory (MCL) is a shared-user facility that provides analytical instrumentation and services. We seek a professional to take initiative to discover best practices for the MCL by reviewing the literature and consulting vendors, discussion groups, and other researchers. The successful applicant will operate and train users on state-of-the-art instruments within the MCL, such as FIB, SEM, TEM, XPS, and AFM. Provide research and engineering support to internal and external users by applying appropriate known, and newly developed analytical methods to challenges in basic research, product and process development, and failure analysis. This job will be filled as a level 1, or level 2, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Basic laboratory skills are required; such as data management, lab set-up, ordering parts, basic repairs and maintenance on equipment. Successful candidates must have a strong grasp of elementary physics. Strong computer skills, including programming knowledge, is important. Successful applicants must be reliable, quick-learning, highly organized, self-motivated, detail orientated, and have excellent communication skills. Ability to work independently and in a team environment is important. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to delivering excellence in a timely manner and the ability to work well under pressure while meeting strict deadlines. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. The position will have a flexible schedule, which will include some evenings and weekend hours.

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Research Technologist (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42639
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Tian Lab is seeking qualified candidates to study biochemistry and biophysics of lipids and membrane proteins; NMR Spectroscopy. The successful candidate will have experience in an appropriate field and have experience in cloning, protein expression and purification. Organizational skills and detailed record keeping are essential. Position typically requires a Bachelor’s degree plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a part-time position working 24 hours per week. Work hours will be determined by department.

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Sports Camp Instructors (Part-time)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Beaver Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Beaver Job Number:  42646
Department:  Continuing Education    

Penn State Beaver Continuing Education is seeking part-time instructors to teach summer sports camps. Campers’ ages range from 8 to 18 and camp topics include: Softball Camp; Baseball Camp; Fitness Camp; Boys’ Basketball Camp; Girls’ Basketball Camp; Soccer Camp; Cheerleading K-3; Wresting Camp; Advanced Volleyball Camp; Volleyball Camp and Golf Camp For all positions, experience in the selected sport is required and prior coaching experience in the sport is desired. A teaching demonstration may be required as part of the on-campus interview. CAMPUS INFORMATION: The Pennsylvania State University is a multi-campus public land-grant university committed to improving the lives of the people of Pennsylvania, the nation, and the world. Our instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, and continuing and distance education informed by scholarship and research. Our research, scholarship, and creative activities promote human and economic development through the expansion of knowledge and its applications. Penn State Beaver is a 100-acre residential campus located 45 minutes northwest of Pittsburgh. As part of the Penn State system, we offer a quality education and student experience in a small community setting. The campus is one of the 24 locations of Penn State University, with a student enrollment of about 700-800. Penn State Beaver primarily serves students in the freshman and sophomore years, although four baccalaureate degree programs offer opportunities for students to remain for four years. More than 150 people are employed at the campus, which features more than a dozen buildings.

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Summer Camp Instructors (Part-time) and Aides
Campus/Location:  Penn State Beaver Date Announced:  04/10/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Beaver Job Number:  42647
Department:  Continuing Education    

Penn State Beaver Continuing Education is seeking part-time instructors and aides to teach and assist with summer academic camps. Campers’ ages range from 7 to 15 and camp topics include: Odyssey of the Mind/STEM; Robotics/STEM; Crime Scene Investigation/STEM; Rockets Away/STEM; Musical Theater; Video and Movie Production/STEM; and Wizardry School/STEM For instructor positions, a teaching background in the selected camp is required and prior camp experience is desired. A teaching demonstration may be required as part of the on-campus interview. For the camp aide positions, you must be age 18 and experience in the selected camp and prior camp experience is desired. CAMPUS INFORMATION: The Pennsylvania State University is a multi-campus public land-grant university committed to improving the lives of the people of Pennsylvania, the nation, and the world. Our instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, and continuing and distance education informed by scholarship and research. Our research, scholarship, and creative activities promote human and economic development through the expansion of knowledge and its applications. Penn State Beaver is a 100-acre residential campus located 45 minutes northwest of Pittsburgh. As part of the Penn State system, we offer a quality education and student experience in a small community setting. The campus is one of the 24 locations of Penn State University, with a student enrollment of about 700-800. Penn State Beaver primarily serves students in the freshman and sophomore years, although four baccalaureate degree programs offer opportunities for students to remain for four years. More than 150 people are employed at the campus, which features more than a dozen buildings.

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Administrative Support Coordinator 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  Office of Physical Plant Job Number:  42612
Department:  Design and Construction Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - F - Non-exempt

Design and Construction Services is seeking an Administrative Support Assistant to provide support to the Director and Assistant Director. The position will report to the Director and will serve as the office manager by supervising the project management and construction services administrative support staff; manage office space assignments and prep for new hires, interns, and relocations. The position routinely handles confidential information and correspondence; monitors and ensures deadlines are met; responds to and resolves inquiries/problems within range of authority; coordinates training; organizes meetings, events, and travel; and manages various calendars. Other duties include managing the Construction Contract and Change Order process; preparing contract and change order documents ranging in value from $1,000 to $100,000,000+ and ensuring contractors are compliant with University requirements prior to issuance of Notice to Proceed. The position also maintains budgets; verifies information related to design professional and construction management fees; process payments and prepares financial transactions through IBIS; and processes expense vouchers, IDCC’s, and P-card reconciliations. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Candidates' will have excellent communication, organization, and customer service skills, along with the ability to manage multiple priorities and be able to work independently and in a team environment.

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Chemistry Instructor
Campus/Location:  Penn State Shenango Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Shenango Job Number:  42625
Department:  Academic    

Penn State Shenango invites applications for a one-year renewable fixed-term position in Chemistry. This is a 36-week position starting in August, 2014. Primary responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate chemistry courses and overseeing laboratory activities. Courses may include any of the following: Introductory Chemistry; Chemical Principles I; Experimental Chemistry I; Chemical Principles II; Experimental Chemistry II; and possibly Organic Chemistry. Teaching assignments may require teaching day, evening and/or Saturday classes as needed. Participate in course, curriculum, and program development. Advise students and provide career guidance. Participate in campus, university, and community service activities. Candidates must have a minimum of a Ph.D. and a successful record of college level teaching experience; ABD considered. Commitment to high-quality instruction in a student centered environment is expected. Interest in active and collaborative learning, the instructional use of technology, and hybrid and online teaching is an advantage. Prior college level and online teaching experience preferred. Enthusiasm for in a multidisciplinary environment is important. For more information about the campus, visit www.shenango.psu.edu. Application review begins immediately and will continue until a suitable candidate is found.

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Lecturer
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42618
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Pennsylvania State University Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is seeking a full time Lecturer to teach both introductory and upper-level microbiology lecture and laboratory courses and to advise undergraduate students. The position is a 48 week appointment and will begin July 1, 2014. Candidates must have a PhD in microbiology or a related field. Prior teaching experience is recommended and successful applicants will demonstrate a potential and desire to achieve teaching excellence. Applicants should be conversant in classical and molecular microbiology techniques. Experience in culturing and identification of microorganisms from diverse habitats, including pathogens and other medically important bacteria, is also desirable. Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, and the names and contact information of three references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a qualified candidate is identified. Salary is commensurate with experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Lecturer in Digital Art
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42626
Department:  School of Humanities and Social Sciences    

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is seeking to hire an Artist with digital skills for a one-year, (renewable) lecturer position. MFA degree required. Proficiency in digital photography, Adobe Photoshop, and programs within the Autodesk Entertainment Suite, particularly Maya and Mudbox, is expected. Experience in college teaching, particularly in general education courses, is required. Review of applications will begin April 26, 2014.

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Marketing Strategy Specialist 3 (Marketing Strategic Coordinator)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice Provost for Global Programs Job Number:  42616
Department:  University Office of Global Programs Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt

As the locus for all the University’s global engagements, the University Office of Global Programs (UOGP) is an area of opportunity for those seeking a career in the field of international education. UGOP is seeking a Marketing Strategic Coordinator to provide leadership support for the UOGP international activities and the Global Penn State initiative. The Marketing Strategic Coordinator will oversee the UOGP design plan and ensure our compliance with all related Penn State University brand policy. This individual will set standards for marketing and public relations activities that reach not only faculty, staff and students on campus, but also encourage Penn State alumni engagement and catalyze connections with our vast network of international colleagues around the world. The marketing strategic coordinator recommends the best course for UOGP in all education abroad promotions and recruitment strategies, international student activities and the overall Global Penn State initiatives as it relates to our Global Engagement Network (GEN) mission. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A Master's degree is preferred. This position requires advanced international cultural competencies, including but not limited to communication strategies on a national and global scale with the understanding that the results of these actions and decisions can have a significant impact on UOGP operations and finances. This position may require limited travel domestically and internationally. The successful candidate must have previous supervisory experience, significant international marketing experience, a record of recognized professional achievement and the ability to work with broad constituents and the ability to develop dynamic strategies that are flexible and can be altered to meet the needs of our customers. This individual should possess excellent communication, organizational, and computer skills in addition to proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint. This candidate should also demonstrate advanced technical skills with various design software. (i.e. InDesign, Photoshop, etc.)

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Post-doctoral position in Atmospheric Aerosol Science
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Job Number:  42613
Department:  Meteorology    

A Post-doctoral position in Atmospheric Aerosol Science is available in the Penn State Department of Meteorology. The research involves modeling the formation and aging of secondary organic aerosol, comparing the model results to field and laboratory data, and performing uncertainty and sensitivity analysis on the results. This research builds on the work of Chen et al. (Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 5017-5031, 2013) and is an opportunity to become an active participant in the aerosol science community. The initial appointment is for one year with renewal for at least two more years contingent on the funding of the three-year grant. Interested applicants should submit a CV, a cover letter describing your research interests, and names of three references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Summer Researchers in Comparative Literature
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42620
Department:  Comparative Literature    

The College of the Liberal Arts of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for research positions in the Department of Comparative Literature for the period May/June through July/August. All positions require a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study plus relevant experience. These are non-tenure track appointments. Applications received by April 18 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Summer Researchers in French and Francophone Studies
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42622
Department:  French and Francophone Studies    

The College of the Liberal Arts of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for research positions in the Department of French and Francophone Studies for the period May/June through July/August. All positions require a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study plus relevant experience. These are non-tenure track appointments. Applications received by April 18 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must include a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Summer Researchers in Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42619
Department:  Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures    

The College of the Liberal Arts of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for research positions in the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures for the period May/June through July/August. All positions require a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study plus relevant experience. These are non-tenure track appointments. Applications received by April 18 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Summer Researchers in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/09/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42623
Department:  Spanish, Italian and Portuguese    

The College of the Liberal Arts of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for research positions in the Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese for the period May/June through July/August. All positions require a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study plus relevant experience. These are non-tenure track appointments. Applications received by April 18 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Adjunct/Part-time Instructors
Campus/Location:  Penn State DuBois Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Dubois Job Number:  42594
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State DuBois is seeking applications for part-time Adjunct Faculty for the summer 2014 session in various disciplines: Biology, Business, Chemistry, Earth Science, English, History, Human Development & Family Studies, Math, Physics, (or other subjects as needed) Applicants must have a minimum of a Master’s degree in related field and be able to teach assigned courses using traditional and hybrid/online delivery methods.

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Administrative Support Assistant 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  Education Job Number:  42592
Department:  Learning & Performance Systems Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - D - Non-exempt

Serve as Staff Assistant for the Adult Education; Learning, Design, and Technology; and Workforce Education and Development graduate programs. Manage and maintain student records to include admissions and interview days. Schedule candidacy, comprehensive and final oral exams in compliance with Graduate School and University policy. Process assistantship and fellowship applications. Answer telephone, greet visitors, provide information, schedule meetings and refer. Provide general office support to all faculty. Must be able to work with individuals from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Familiarity with a student information mainframe preferred. Experience using Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access and/or FileMaker Pro and Data Warehouse desirable. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Assistant Professor
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42584
Department:  Pediatric    

A non-tenure track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor is available within the Pediatric Molecular Oncology Program. This individual will be assigned projects involving drug discovery initiatives including target identification and validation, drug screening and characterization, mechanism of action determination, and proof of concept study to enhance therapeutic options for pediatric cancer. This individual will also be expected to work with other faculty in Pediatric Oncology to establish the Pediatric Oncology Tumor Bank. This is not an independent research position. Individuals with prior experience in drug discovery, translational cancer research, and experience with drug discovery and development in industry will be given priority. Qualified individuals should have an MD, MD/PhD, or PhD.

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Computer Science Instructor
Campus/Location:  Penn State Abington Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Abington Job Number:  42605
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State Abington’s Science and Engineering Division seeks a Computer Science Instructor (non-tenure track) for a part-time appointment to begin August 2014. The successful candidate will teach introductory computer science courses and must be experienced in teaching C++. In addition, teaching experience in Java, C# or MATLAB is also desirable. Applicants must have completed a M.S. in Computer Science or a related field at the start of the appointment. The ideal candidate should be open to offering flexibility in course scheduling and methods of course delivery. Penn State Abington is a four-year undergraduate college of Penn State University located two blocks from Route 611 in Abington, Pennsylvania, and 10 miles north of Center City Philadelphia. Applicants should submit an electronic dossier (no paper submissions please) including: 1) a cover letter; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) a list of courses taught at the college level; and 4) a statement of teaching philosophy. The review process will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Head Librarian
Campus/Location:  Penn State Wilkes-Barre Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  University Libraries Job Number:  42609
Department:  Nesbitt Library, Commonwealth Campus Libraries    

The Pennsylvania State University Libraries invite applicants for the position of Head Librarian of the Nesbitt Library at Penn State Wilkes-Barre. This position will be filled either as a tenure-line or fixed-term faculty librarian position, depending upon the interests and qualifications of the successful candidate. The Head Librarian is a member of the University Libraries faculty and is responsible for overall library administration and services at the Nesbitt library, including supervision of librarians and staff, collection development, reference and instruction services, and oversight of the library budget. The Head Librarian works closely with campus faculty and staff in developing an innovative program of instruction and services that contributes to student retention and improved learning outcomes in resident and online courses. The Head Librarian is expected to support the evolving mission of the campus which includes more regional, inter-campus programs, and a greater variety of online and hybrid courses. The Head Librarian should possess demonstrated leadership qualities; should be student-centered, innovative, and collaborative; should believe in open communication; and be interested in working with the faculty and staff of the Wilkes-Barre campus, the University Libraries, and the Penn State campus community within the region. As a faculty member, the successful candidate is also expected to be active in scholarship, service, and outreach. Penn State Wilkes-Barre is located 13 miles west of the city of Wilkes-Barre on the grounds of a park-like estate. There are approximately 800 students and the campus offers 6 baccalaureate degrees in addition to the first 2 years of over 160 Penn State undergraduate degrees. QUALIFICATIONS: Required: Master's in Library and Information Science from an ALA-accredited program (or equivalent) and leadership experience in academic libraries. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and demonstrate a participatory management style. A strong commitment to service and supporting diversity on campus is expected. Preferred: A deep familiarity with academic library trends and emerging technologies, demonstrated experience in managing budgets and strategic planning, along with the desire to lead the library in meeting its strategic goals. Rank and salary are dependent upon qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits include liberal vacation, excellent insurance and health care coverage, state or TIAA/CREF retirement options, and educational privileges. In addition, faculty in the University Libraries are afforded funds for professional development travel annually. Faculty may be asked to travel as official representatives of the Libraries to certain events and those trips are reimbursed at full cost within limits established by the University. Applications and all supporting materials must be submitted online. To be considered for the position, interested candidates should upload a letter of application, resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references (including email addresses). Please reference Box WBHL-PSUL in your letter of application. The anticipated start date is August 2014. Review of applications will begin May 12, 2014 and continue until position is filled. Questions may be addressed to Lindsey Harter, Faculty Search Coordinator, at lap225@psu.edu.

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Nursing Faculty (Part-time at Hershey)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Nursing Job Number:  42597
Department:  College of Nursing - Hershey Medical Center Campus    

Penn State University is seeking candidates for part-time clinical instructors in the College of Nursing’s BS in Nursing program at the Hershey Medical Center campus. Fall semester dates are August 25 to December 12, 2014. Candidates must have a minimum of a master’s degree in nursing and a current Pennsylvania RN license. Experience in medical-surgical or critical care nursing is preferred. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. To be considered, applications must be submitted online and should include their curriculum vitae, names of three professional references, and cover letter addressed to Dr. Janet Fogg, Ph.D. Questions concerning this opportunity may be sent to jef13@psu.edu. Please no phone calls. For additional information about the College of Nursing, visit our web page at http://www.nursing.psu.edu/.

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Part-time Field Experience Supervisors
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42590
Department:  Curriculum & Instruction    

We are searching for individuals to serve in the capacity of our field experiences supervisors. These part-time academic positions will supervise our pre-student teachers in English education, science education, social studies education, and PreK-4. These appointments will be for the 2014-2015 academic year, depending on enrollments. Salary range will be $4,250 to $4,500 per semester, commensurate with education and experience. Mileage is reimbursable for school visits. Your responsibilities will include (1) observing up to 12 pre-service student teachers during each semester in schools within a 70 mile radius of University Park; (2) conferring with mentor teachers; (3) grading student work; (4) attending weekly supervisor meetings at University Park (5) conducting a weekly seminar for prospective teachers at University Park; (6) conducting three-way evaluation conferences with each pre-service teacher and mentor at mid-semester and at the end of the experience; and, (7) recommending a final grade for the course. Certification in the specific teaching area or administrative certification is necessary as well as five (5) years of successful teaching or administrative/supervisory experience in basic education. Experience supervising pre-service teachers preferred. Applicants should submit a letter of application documenting their qualifications for the position, a current curriculum vitae/resume, and at least three names, mail and e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of academic references.

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Part-time Lecturers in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42610
Department:  Spanish, Italian and Portuguese    

The Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions for 2014 summer sessions. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in Spanish or Italian. A Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments. Summer lecturers normally teach one to two courses. Applications received by April 20, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Program Assistants - Summer Bridge (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42603
Department:  Millennium Scholars Program    

The Millennium Scholars Program has positions for Program Assistants for the residential Summer Bridge from June 22 - August 6, 2014 at University Park Campus. Applicants should be at least a 4th semester student in good standing, have a major in Eberly College of Science or College of Engineering, and be available for the entire program. Positive attitude and ability to work with a team is required. Program Assistants will receive compensation, and room and board. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and name and contact information for one reference.

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Public Safety Officer 3
Campus/Location:  Penn State Shenango Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Shenango Job Number:  42598
Department:  Security Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Non-exempt

Penn State Shenango is seeking a Public Safety Officer. The assigned work hours will vary and the candidate must be available to work any hours as assigned. Responsible for the prevention of illegal, unsafe or undesirable activity and regulatory violations through patrol, education, inspection and the deterrent effect of enforcement. Act 120 and Pennsylvania Driver's license required. Requires U.S. Citizenship and to be age 21 or older, and be able to pass a background investigation, and a psychological evaluation. Must pass a physical ability test and be in good general health determined by University physical examination. The candidate should possess skills necessary to enhance public respect for law enforcement and the University with ability to work cooperatively with various levels of faculty, staff, students and outside agencies; outstanding customer service orientation; excellent verbal and written communications skills; excellent analytical judgment, and organization skills; and ability to work with a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Due to the financial or fiduciary responsibilities of this position, successful completion of a credit history check will be also required in addition to standard background checks. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with possibility of re-funding.

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Research Assistant (for Physical Activity and Public Health Lab) (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42596
Department:  Kinesiology    

The Physical Activity and Public Health Lab in the Department of Kinesiology is seeking a temporary part-time Research Assistant to work under the direction of Dr. Melissa Bopp. Applicants are preferred to have an advanced degree in Kinesiology or other public health discipline. Experience working with large data sets, familiarity with statistical modeling and scientific writing are required. Job duties will include data management and analysis and preparation of manuscripts. Position will require approximately 20 hours/week of work for 8-10 weeks during summer 2014. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted online and should include a cover letter and resume.

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Wage Payroll Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Arts and Architecture Job Number:  42585
Department:  Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture    

The Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture seeks to hire numerous wage hires throughout the 2014/15 academic year. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as need arises.

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Wage Payroll Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/08/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Arts and Architecture Job Number:  42587
Department:  School of Visual Arts    

The Penn State School of Visual Arts (University Park, PA) seeks to hire part-time gallery, studio, shop, and program assistants, as well as art class models throughout the 2014/2015 academic year. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as need arises. Cover letters should clearly indicate the position(s) for which you are interested.

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Academic Adviser 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42582
Department:  Advising and Learner Success Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt

If you are an Academic Adviser who is experienced in advising students from a distance; who is passionate about transforming the lives of online adult learners; who thrives in organizations going through significant growth and change; who can successfully managing a high volume of e-mail, meetings, and student needs; who would like to work out of their home; who is organized; self-motivated; and who models a committed work ethic, we want to talk with you! You will play an integral role in the matriculation and retention of undergraduate degree students studying online through Penn State World Campus in all fifty states and around the world. You will serve as the lifeline between Penn State online learners and the University; complete undergraduate degree audits and assist with course selection; coach, troubleshoot, and advocate; proactively communicate with students via e-mail, telephone, chat, Skype, Facebook, and postal mail; participate on related teams; and assist with strategic planning. In addition to advising, you will contribute to the creative development and management of online support resources and engagement activities for World Campus students. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Competencies critical to success are demonstrated passion for academic advising; ability to build strong partnerships with students who you may never meet in person; exceptional external and internal customer service instincts; commitment to team and accountability for the whole; data-driven decision making; follow-through and attention to detail; genuine comfort working in a large, rapidly changing organization; ability to manage a work week that may exceed 40 hours during peak times; excellent verbal and written communication skills; a sense of humor; and fearlessness with using distance learning tools. Computer competencies needed are: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Web 2.0 technologies (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), chat, database software, student records systems, and e-mail. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility for re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach’s diversity initiative. This position will be located in Pittsburgh working remotely from your home. A one-month training period located at University Park will be required.

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Academic Adviser 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42583
Department:  Advising and Learner Success Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt

If you are an Academic Adviser who is experienced in advising students from a distance; who is passionate about transforming the lives of online adult learners; who thrives in organizations going through significant growth and change; who can successfully managing a high volume of e-mail, meetings, and student needs; who would like to work out of their home; who is organized; self-motivated; and who models a committed work ethic, we want to talk with you! You will play an integral role in the matriculation and retention of undergraduate degree students studying online through Penn State World Campus in all fifty states and around the world. You will serve as the lifeline between Penn State online learners and the University; complete undergraduate degree audits and assist with course selection; coach, troubleshoot, and advocate; proactively communicate with students via e-mail, telephone, chat, Skype, Facebook, and postal mail; participate on related teams; and assist with strategic planning. In addition to advising, you will contribute to the creative development and management of online support resources and engagement activities for World Campus students. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Competencies critical to success are demonstrated passion for academic advising; ability to build strong partnerships with students who you may never meet in person; exceptional external and internal customer service instincts; commitment to team and accountability for the whole; data-driven decision making; follow-through and attention to detail; genuine comfort working in a large, rapidly changing organization; ability to manage a work week that may exceed 40 hours during peak times; excellent verbal and written communication skills; a sense of humor; and fearlessness with using distance learning tools. Computer competencies needed are: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Web 2.0 technologies (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), chat, database software, student records systems, and e-mail. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility for re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach’s diversity initiative. We are looking for candidates in the San Diego or Southern California area to work remotely from your home with some travel to an area community college. A one-month training period located at State College, Pennsylvania will be required.

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Career and Corporate Liaison Counselor
Campus/Location:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Job Number:  42574
Department:  Continuing Education Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - F - Non-exempt
02 - G - Exempt

Responsible for the coordination, development and implementation of a variety of activities/events including career services and development. Provide individual career counseling, corporate liaison and consultative services to undergraduate students and alumni. Advise students on available University resources and procedures. Represent career services and corporate development at campus, community functions and on external or University-wide committees. Identify and develop potential corporate partners for career services, alumni and development opportunities. Must be capable of networking with companies and corporations to create partnerships for internships and/or other University services. The ideal candidate for this job should possess knowledge and understanding of college student development theory and practice, have the ability to balance multiple responsibilities, effectively and professionally communicate well with multiple constituents. This job will be filled as a level 1, or level 2, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher in counseling or related discipline plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for six months from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Careers and Corporate Liaison Manager
Campus/Location:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Job Number:  42573
Department:  Continuing Education Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - J - Exempt
03 - K - Exempt

Penn State Lehigh Valley seeks an Education Strategy and Planning Manager to provide strategic direction to the Career Services and Corporate Liaison Unit. Will direct the development, implementation and evaluation of a variety of programs in career services, corporate relations and development. Initiate and foster collaborative and working relationships with service area business and industry, community agencies and associations, and governmental offices. Manage strategic selection, planning, budgeting and marketing of programs for the unit, may identify and develop funding sources. Collaborate with academic leadership, regional, and University-wide program units to implement career and corporate liaison programs that connect with campus Degrees and Certifications. Manage the unit’s team, lead and develop the hiring, training, supervision and assessment of assigned staff. Present at internal, regional, University-wide conferences and professional meetings. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Distinguished Undergraduate Research Program
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42593
Department:  Embedded Systems and Technologies    

Under the guidance of an ARL faculty member, students in the program will perform a comprehensive research project and receive training in advanced research methods. The successful student will perform research in one of several areas related to high performance embedded computing technologies at the Applied Research Lab (ARL). This will include developing and benchmarking new image processing algorithms on a Graphics Processor Unit (GPU), evaluating novel GPU libraries and packages, and benchmarking a new open source Middleware architecture for private cloud processing. This program has potential for full-time employment at ARL. Students will work up to 40 hours per week during the summers after their sophomore and junior years and up to 20 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters of their junior and senior years. Student will be required to formally present their research at the end of their final semester. Some Linux experience is required. Experience in C++ or Java is preferred. Sophomore entering Junior year in the following majors: Computer Engineering; Computer Science; or Electrical Engineering. Students completing their Sophomore year with a cumulative GPA of 3.2 are encouraged to apply. You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply.

Apply online at www.arl.psu.edu. Please include ARL Job #173 in your application. For questions on this position, please contact: Bruce T. Einfalt, (814) 863-4142, bte2@arl.psu.edu.

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Facilities Specialist (Maximo Business Analyst)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Office of Physical Plant Job Number:  42565
Department:  Work Control Divison Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt
04 - I - Exempt
05 - J - Exempt

The Work Control Division of the Office of Physical Plant is seeking a Facility Asset Management Program Analyst to be responsible for the maintenance and support activities related to keeping Maximo and our other related Enterprise Asset Management applications and systems stable and functional for the user community. This person will work closely with internal and external customers and business partners to provide guidance and recommend solutions that will enable the organization to achieve its goals, while ensure the integrity of the application and data processes via best management practices. This position provides application support and is a key contact person for Enterprise Asset Management applications and functional users; provides guidance and expertise in application practices to the business; ensures integrity of the application and data; captures, documents, develops and modifies business processes; maintains system utilization scorecard and roadmaps; identifies data sources required to meet customer needs; assess data quality issues; acts as liaison between functional users and IT staff, and translates Enterprise Asset Management business requirements into technical specifications for IT to support the purchase and deployment of new hardware, systems or applications; evaluates new applications or evolving business needs and identifies system requirements, including design, testing and training; supports project activities; develops business cases; interprets business issues or needs and recommends solutions and best practices; seeks opportunities to leverage application functionality to meet business needs; prepares documentation and communications on system modifications; solves complex problems with strong troubleshooting skills accompanied with a broad perspective across the enterprise; recognizes problems which may span multiple applications. This job will be filled as a level 3, level 4, or level 5, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher in Business Administration, Computer Science, Information Technology, Engineering plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Graduate degree in a technical discipline or broader business is valued. Certifications a plus. Candidates must have strong customer service skills, knowledge of methodologies and technical aspects within IT, in-depth knowledge of project methodologies, knowledge implementation and best practices, knowledge of business re-engineering principles and processes, the ability to identify, capture and translate business requirements for Enterprise Asset Management functional users, the ability to rapidly comprehend the functions and capabilities of new technologies and excellent verbal and written communication skills, including presentation, facilitation and negotiation skills. Experience in Maximo or similar Enterprise Asset Management applications is required. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as a part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be requires in addition to standard background checks.

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Graduate Research Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42572
Department:  Learning and Performance Systems    

Work closely with a faculty member conducting research on second career teachers, particularly at the interface of mentoring and transformative education. Primary duties include: working as part of a research team to design, implement, and complete a research project; working independently to begin writing literature reviews and develop institutional review board application; interact with research participants; maintain clear and coherent notes, files, and records; multi-day travel to research site; data entry, transcription, and coding. Required qualifications include: status as a doctoral student in education; experience with the qualitative research design and implementation process; facility with the literature review process; experience with interviewing research participants; independent and trustworthy; knowledge of adult education, especially Freirean and transformative approaches; experience in the secondary school context; interest in the rural Appalachian context; and internet access. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted online and should include a cover letter and resume.

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Housing, Foods and Ancillary Services Manager 1
Campus/Location:  Penn State Hazleton Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Housing (H&FS) Job Number:  42580
Department:  Housing (Hazleton Campus) Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - H - Exempt

Coordinate daily activities and work schedules of staff and technical-service employees. Maintain daily availability to students through office hours and presence in building. Provide information, solutions, and recommendations to students. Inspect facilities and work being performed to ensure standards are being met and maintained. Oversee proper care of equipment, furnishings, and buildings. Initiate work orders for repairs and follow through to completion. Prepare for conferences, programs, and special events. Counsel employees on job performance, discipline, grievance and related matters. Maintain employee and area records, supplies, and equipment. Requisition supplies and equipment. Interview, hire, train, and supervise technical-service and wage employees. Enter and retrieve data via computer. Must possess strong interpersonal skills. NOTE: The person accepting this job will be required to work Saturday and/or Sunday on a rotating schedule. Some evening work may also be required. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher in a hospitality, business or a nutrition related discipline plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Professional Tutors (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Brandywine Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Brandywine Job Number:  42570
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State Brandywine’s STEM Lab is seeking Professional Tutors in the areas of mathematics, chemistry, physics, and biology. Individuals must have a degree (Master’s degree preferred) in the area that they seek to tutor. Professional tutors will be expected to assist students in a small group setting to work on improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis. This is a part-time position, two to four days per week for a maximum of 20 hours per week.

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Research Project Manager 1
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42567
Department:  Public Health Sciences Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - I - Exempt

This position will support the AsthmaNet grant U10 HL098115 and assist in coordinating activities within the Data Coordinating Center in the Department of Public Health Sciences and the affiliated clinical sites. AsthmaNet is a nationwide clinical research network created by the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) in 2009. The purpose of AsthmaNet is to develop and conduct multiple clinical trials that explore new approaches in treating asthma from childhood through adulthood. AsthmaNet studies are being conducted in 13 states. This position will coordinate "just-in-time" acquisition and distribution of all medications and supplies for AsthmaNet protocols to approximately 30 clinical sites across the country; serve as the main point of contact with PSU/HMC Investigational Drug Services and numerous internal and external manufacturers and vendors; and represent the Data Coordinating Center in reporting to various intramural and peripheral regulatory and oversight authorities. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire.

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Summer Researchers in English
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/07/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42589
Department:  English    

The College of the Liberal Arts of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for research positions in English for the period May/June through July/August. All positions require a bachelor’s degree in a related field of study plus relevant experience. These are non-tenure track appointments. Applications received by April 15 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for this job and a curriculum vitae.

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Postdoctoral Position in experimental condensed matter Physics
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/05/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42578
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking to fill a post doctoral position to research under the direction of Prof. Qi Li in the superconductivity and magnetic thin film and nanostructure group. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Physics and a history of Ph.D. level research experience in experimental condensed matter physics. Past experience with pulsed laser deposition, nanofabrication, and device testing are required. The successful candidate will be encouraged to enhance their research credentials through publications, and to guide graduate and undergraduate students. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with possibility of re-funding. Applications must be submitted electronically and include a cover letter, CV and statement of research interests. Applicants should arrange for three reference letters to be submitted to Prof. Qi Li (qil1@psu.edu), indicating “PSU postdoc” in the subject line. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.

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Postdoctoral Positions in Physics
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/05/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42588
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking to fill three postdoctoral positions under the direction of Dr. Jie Shan and/or Dr. Kin Fai Mak. The postdocs will work on projects to understand the electronic and optical properties of various nanoscale materials and devices, particularly two-dimensional atomic crystals. They will be encouraged to enhance their research credentials through publications, and to guide graduate and undergraduate students. These are fixed-term appointments funded for one year from date of hire, with possibility of re-funding. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Physics or a related field and a history of Ph.D. level research experience in experimental physics. Past experience in ultrafast optics, terahertz time-domain spectroscopy, optical microscopy, optical and electrical characterization of nanoscale materials and devices, and nanofabrication is preferred. Applications must be submitted electronically and include a cover letter, CV and statement of research interests. Applicants should arrange for three reference letters to be submitted to jie.shan@case.edu indicating “PSU postdoc” in the subject line. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.

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Assistant Fitness Program Coordinator
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42539
Department:  Penn State Fitness Center and Recreational Facilities Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - F - Non-exempt
02 - G - Non-exempt

The position will assist the Fitness Coordinator and Assistant Coordinator(s) with the administration and coordinator of the Group Exercise program. Responsibilities include managing a comprehensive schedule of group fitness classes on a daily basis. Assisting in the training, supervising, and evaluating of group fitness instructors. Overseeing daily operations of fitness classes and incentive programs including registration, attendance, records, room maintenance and cleaning, and equipment upkeep. Assist with the marketing and social media campaigns for fitness classes and special events. Teach group exercise fitness classes as part of the regular group exercise schedule. Assist the program staff in the presentation of programs. Adhere to daily office hours which may be non-traditional, split-shift and/or weekends. Serve as Manager on Duty for overall management and supervision of programs including opening and closing of facilities, managing customer-related situations, and emergencies. Assist with special events. An interest in learning more about the operations of a dynamic recreational fitness program. This job will be filled as a level 1, or level 2, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Multiple formats and genre preferred. National Certification from ACE, AFAA, ACSM preferred. Current CPR and AED certification, and group exercise experience required. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with possibility of re-funding.

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Coordinator of Strength Training
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42559
Department:  Performance Enhancement Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt
04 - J - Exempt

Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics, a Division I and Big Ten Conference Institution, is seeking a Performance Enhancement Coach. This position will report directly to the Director, Performance Enhancement. This position will assist the performance enhancement efforts for the football program. This position may also work with other varsity sports as assigned within Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics. This position will aid in the management and supervision of all intern strength coaches with the football program, support in the development of comprehensive training programs that are available to all student athletes, promote the development and implementation of flexibility training modalities that are physiologically based and that provide the flexibility training to properly prepare the athlete, assist in the compilation and display of performance enhancement testing records. Additionally, successful candidate will be available on an as needed basis at all football staff meetings and be prepared to discuss all pertinent issues as it pertains to the performance enhancement aspect of the football program, assist in the organization and implementation of an annual strength and conditioning clinic, develop and maintain a state of the art performance enhancement development website, directly coordinate the nutritional educational program with the team nutritionist, mentor football student-athletes in the highest moral, value, and ethical standards that are consistent with the reputation of Penn State University and design and implement all movement specific training to accurately simulate the physical requirements of their respective positions. Lastly, ensure compliance with University, NCAA and Big Ten rules; perform other duties as may be required by the Athletic Director. Ideal candidates should demonstrate an ability to foster team competitive success while maintaining a strong emphasis on the personal development and academic achievement of student-athletes; excellent communication skills to work with athletes, coaches on staff, and administrators. Candidate should have the ability to understand and apply complex rules and regulations and understand the impacts to various processes as a result of those rules. This job will be filled as a level 3, or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Related experience at a Division I school preferred. Strong knowledge of NCAA, Big Ten rules desired. A strong working knowledge and ability to apply NCAA, Big Ten and Penn State compliance rules is desired. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Dielectric Materials Researcher (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42550
Department:  Materials Research Institute    

The Materials Research Institute is seeking a part-time Researcher. Research areas include characterization and theory of dielectric materials for energy storage and conversion. We seek self-motivated individuals with strong organizational, research, written and oral communication skills. The qualified candidate should have a Ph.D. degree and be actively publishing in the area of material science and engineering. This position is for approximately 20 hours per week.

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Education Program Associate 3 (Program Manager)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42557
Department:  Conferences and Institutes Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - I - Exempt

Are you seeking an exciting career with the opportunity to impact learners of all ages? Do you enjoy managing projects from the infancy stages through the culminating event? If so, consider applying for this position, program manager in Penn State’s Conferences & Institutes. The ideal program manager is a high energy individual who can work with faculty members to develop conferences as well as credit programs that have a travel component. While working as part of a team, program managers oversee a portfolio of 15-20 programs annually. The program manager is the hub of the wheel as he/she coordinates program development, budgeting, marketing, registration, speakers, logistics, on-site management, and evaluation for each program. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated skills in event planning, program management, or project management. The ability to manage multiple projects, excellent communication skills, general computer skills, teamwork, and organization are critical to the program manager’s success. This position requires a flexible schedule during conference delivery and will include occasional weekend and evening work. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach and Online Education’s diversity initiative.

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Graduate Research Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42540
Department:  Learning & Performance Systems    

Assist Education researchers with an outdoor learning research project where they will work with a team to develop an interactive app that is usable on a mobile computer by families and young people. Primary duties include: Interact with research subjects during recruitment, consent, and study activities; video-record research subjects on Wednesdays during the summer; photocopy consent forms and study materials; prepare iPads and mobile computers for use by research subjects; set up video equipment; scan research materials; download logs from iPads and mobile computers; compress and organize video; and data entry and coding. Must be able to walk and carry video camera on uneven nature trails. Need reliable transportation to and from Shaver`s Creek Environmental Center on Wednesdays during the summer. Applicant must have Bachelor`s degree, well-developed interpersonal skills, and strong computer skills. Video camera experience preferred. Please submit cover letter and resume online.

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Head Coach - Women’s Soccer (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Abington Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Abington Job Number:  42546
Department:  Athletics    

Penn State Abington is seeking candidates for the part-time position of Head Coach – Women’s Soccer. This position will report to the Director of Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation and will be responsible for leading all facets of the women’s soccer program in support of the mission and core values of the University. The responsibilities for this position will include scouting, coaching, recruiting, scheduling, coordinating practices and player development, fundraising, and other duties as necessary. The Head Coach – Women’s Soccer will be required to adhere to all University rules and regulations as well as those established by the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) and NCAA. Penn State Abington is a member of the NCAA at the Division III level. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Previous collegiate coaching or playing experience is preferred. A review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To be considered, applications should include: (1) a cover letter, (2) résumé, and (3) a minimum of three references.

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Information Resources and Services Support Specialist 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  University Libraries Job Number:  42553
Department:  Tombros McWhirter Knowledge Commons Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - E - Non-exempt

Responsible for assisting patrons at the University Libraries Welcome Desk with primary responsibility of overseeing the desks in the evenings. Responsibilities include: helping patrons at library entrances, monitoring security gates, assisting in resolving any security incidents that may occur at the entrances, opening/closing the Pattee and Paterno libraries. Provide leadership when no supervisor is on duty. Oversee data collection and skilled in creating reports using Microsoft Word and Excel. Additional responsibilities as assigned to assist in staff training, outreach, collection maintenance, instruction room upkeep. Provide support as needed at the Knowledge Commons Library Service Desk providing reference consultation, information assistance, and referrals to patrons in person, on the telephone, and online. Assist students in reserving group study rooms. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Ability to provide top-quality customer service is essential. Desire high levels of self-management, teamwork, leadership, communication, innovation, and problem-solving needed to complete the wide variety of duties associated with this position. Additional characteristics that are beneficial include: flexibility and adaptability in ever-changing environment, organizational skills to manage simultaneous projects and pieces of information, and the ability to quickly learn new policies and programs. Candidates must be able to work with patrons and colleagues from diverse backgrounds. This is an evening/weekend position. Typical schedule would be Tuesday through Thursday, 3:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m., Friday and Saturday, 12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Days/hours are subject to change according to departmental needs, to match library hours, over intersession, breaks, and holiday periods. The University Libraries is a multicultural environment that embraces respect and diversity.

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Instructional Designer
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Information Technology Services, Teaching and Learning with Technology Job Number:  42545
Department:  Education Technology Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - H - Exempt
03 - J - Exempt

Education Technology Services is seeking an Instructional Designer to work in teams with faculty at Commonwealth Campus locations to design and develop hybrid and online courses. This position works with multiple campuses, technology units and teaching centers in order to support strategic program development within the Commonwealth Campuses. Activities may include collaboration on the development of course design standards, process documentation or training materials that support the growth of online and blended learning. The candidate should be knowledgeable about ways that online tools can be used to enrich teaching and learning and should have experience with tools such as course management systems, blogs, social networks, wikis, and Google Apps. The candidate must have a willingness to work in a team-based environment as well as possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. An ideal candidate would feel passionate about education, be curious about new technologies, have an eye for the art and science of instructional design, and be willing to share what they do in an open manner. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Travel to other campus locations is required. A Master’s degree or higher in instructional design, educational technology, or a related field, plus related experience in instructional design is preferred. This position requires that you travel as part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Lecturer (Part-time)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health & Human Development Job Number:  42556
Department:  Biobehavioral Health    

The Department of Biobehavioral Health (BBH) at The Pennsylvania State University (http://bbh.hhdev.psu.edu/) invites applications for the position of part-time lecturer. The position requires teaching one or more courses including but not limited to, for example, research methods, health promotion, gender issues and health, global health, stress and health, pharmacological influences on health, genetics and health, and ethical issues in biobehavioral health research and practice. Candidates can be available for either on-line or classroom teaching assignments. Previous teaching experience and fit to the department’s teaching needs are critical. These are part-time positions with a teaching load of one to four courses per year. Successful applicants must have a Master’s or PhD in an area closely related to biobehavioral health. August 2014 or January 2015 start dates are possible. The initial contract period is one semester, with the possibility of continuing renewal depending on departmental needs and funding. Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until positions are filled. Candidates should submit a letter of application, including concise statements of teaching experience and interests, a CV, and the names and contact information for at least three references electronically. Questions may be addressed to Frank Ahern, Professor-in-Charge, BBH Undergraduate Program, at f4a@psu.edu.

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Marketing Research Specialist 3 (Data Analyst)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42558
Department:  Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - I - Exempt

Penn State Outreach and Online Education is seeking a Data Analyst to work as critical member of our market research team. In this role, you will consult with clients to understand data needs, target audiences, and project needs. Based on those needs, you will design and perform data analyses on internal and external data to help clients understand target audiences, identify target segments, and analyze marketing campaign effectiveness. You will also be responsible for maintaining and enhancing existing databases and creating queries, views, macros, and forms. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A Master’s degree is preferred. The successful candidate must have experience with relational databases, data cleansing and transformation, data validation, and handling large datasets. Applicants should have a marketing/market research analytics background, be able to synthesize data and information, analyze trends, identify opportunities, draw sound conclusions, and develop actionable recommendations to guide marketing strategy, new program development, and organizational decision-making. A demonstrated proficiency in using SQL, MS Access, and Excel for data analysis and presentation of data is required. Proficiency in developing dashboards and familiarity with business intelligence tools is also desired. A background in statistics, data modeling, and predictive analytics and experience with a data warehouse are strongly preferred. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach`s diversity initiative.

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Part-time Instructors in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42560
Department:  School of Humanities and Social Sciences    

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, offers classes in advertising & public relations, anthropology, the arts (art history, arts administration, music, theater, film), communication, creative writing, digital technologies, education, English composition, foreign languages (Chinese, French, German, & Spanish), history (western & non-western), journalism (broadcast & print), literature, philosophy, political science, psychology, religious studies, sociology, and women’s/gender studies. We anticipate a need for part-time Instructors in some of these disciplines for the fall semester (starting August, 2014) and the spring semester (starting January, 2015). The positions are dependent on class enrollments; low enrollments may necessitate cancelling the class and position. Salary is competitive. Responsibilities include creating and using a syllabus and course materials approved by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences to teach courses. Required qualifications include evidence of an earned Ph.D. or Master's degree, a commitment to excellence in teaching, including use of current technology; evidence of a commitment to working collegially and with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Applicants must submit a letter of application documenting qualifications; current curriculum vitae; and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of two references who can speak to the applicant’s teaching abilities.

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Part-time Lecturers in Arabic
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42561
Department:  Comparative Literature    

The Department of Comparative Literature of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions in Arabic for 2014 summer sessions. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in Arabic. Applicants must have native or near native fluency in English and Arabic and hold at least a baccalaureate degree. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments. Summer lecturers normally teach one to two courses. Applications received by April 15, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Part-time Lecturers in Asian Studies
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42562
Department:  Asian Studies    

The Department of Asian Studies of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions in Asian Studies for spring 2014. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in any of the Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Hindi languages. Minimum requirements include master’s degree in related discipline; near-native ability in both related language and English; appropriate teaching experience; and evidence of high quality in teaching These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments part-time positions with a teaching load of one to three courses per semester. Applications received by April 15, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae, including the names of three references.

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Part-time Lecturers in Asian Studies
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42563
Department:  Asian Studies    

The Department of Asian Studies of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions in Asian Studies for summer 2014. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in any of the Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Hindi languages. Minimum requirements include bachelor’s degree in related discipline and near-native ability in both related language and English. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments. Summer lecturers normally teach one to two courses. Applications received by April 15, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Part-time Lecturers in Labor and Employment Relations
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42555
Department:  School of Labor and Employment Relations    

The School of Labor and Employment Relations of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions for fall 2014. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate courses in Labor and Employment Relations. A master’s degree in a related field is required. Candidates with Ph.D. degrees in the discipline may also be assigned to teach upper level undergraduate and graduate courses. The start date for these positions is August 2014. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments with the possibility of reappointment. Part-time lecturers normally teach one to two courses per semester. All applications will be considered until the position is filled. For a more detailed description of the department, please visit our website at www.ler.la.psu.edu. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for this job and a curriculum vitae.

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Postdoctoral Scholar
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42548
Department:  The Materials Research Institute (MRI)    

The Materials Research institute is looking for Postdoctoral scholars with transmission electron microscopy skills who can also perform materials physics on semiconductor or oxide dielectric materials. The appointment will be for 2 years. We would expect the researcher to write reports, publish papers, and conduct independent research.

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Research Faculty
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42549
Department:  Structural Acoustics    

This position involves modeling and measurement research in the area of structural acoustics for a wide range of possible applications, including marine vehicles, aviation, and renewable and non-renewable energy production. Responsibilities include: Prepare and conduct experiments at the Applied Research Laboratory (ARL) and various off-site government testing facilities using advanced instrumentation; identify and perform appropriate numerical and analytical modeling; write and submit proposals for funded research; cultivate relationships with existing and potential government and industry sponsors; collaborate with other research and academic faculty at Penn State; and document research activities in technical reports and peer reviewed publications. Domestic and international travel will be required occasionally to support testing. Faculty rank will be commensurate with education level and experience. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Acoustics, or Aerospace Engineering, plus ten years of work related experience. The following are requirements: Expertise in vibration measurements and model analysis techniques, as well as finite element and boundary element analysis; effective written and oral communication skills; the ability to work independently and meet project schedule requirements; and the ability to work effectively in a team environment. The following are preferred: Familiarity with data acquisition systems and data acquisition system development; proficiency in programming within the Matlab environment, as well as in a compiled language, such as C/C++ or FORTRAN; and familiarity with government research programs and the proposal submission process. Candidates selected will be subject to a government security investigation. YOU MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN TO APPLY. This is a one year, fixed-term renewable appointment.

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Research Faculty
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42551
Department:  Structural Acoustics    

Responsibilities include conducting structural acoustic measurements and numerical/analytical simulations for the Navy and industrial sponsors and writing technical reports summarizing the measurements and simulations. Faculty rank will be commensurate with education level and experience. Requirements include a Bachelor`s degree (Master`s degree preferred) in Acoustics, Mechanical Engineering, and Aerospace Engineering. The following experience is preferred: Predictions and measurements of vibration and acoustic behavior; finite element and boundary element analysis; data acquisition and digital signal processing; experimental model analysis; proficiency in Matlab; and a compiled language such as C/C++ or FORTRAN. Candidates selected will be subject to a government security investigation. YOU MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN TO APPLY. This is a one year, fixed-term renewable appointment.

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Vice President for Strategic Communications
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/04/2014    
Work Unit:  Office of the President Job Number:  42397
Department:     

The Pennsylvania State University invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Strategic Communications. The Vice President is the University’s chief communications and marketing officer, who leads and develops the University’s external and internal communications, news media relations, social media, brand vision, and who supports efforts to attract the best students, to motivate alumni, parents and donors and to attract world-class faculty and staff. The Vice President for Strategic Communications reports to the President of the University, and is responsible for marketing and communications including: executive communications; internal communications; strategic relations with local, regional, national and international news media; issues and crisis management; digital and social media; brand research and strategy; print, broadcast and digital outreach; and content and creative services. This position also is responsible for leadership of and collaboration with college-based and campus-based communications and marketing professionals; communications training and development across the University; measurement and performance management to ensure accountability and continuous improvement; and mobilizing reputation-building initiatives nationally and globally. In addition to leading the University’s substantial central team of more than 50 communications and marketing professionals, this position provides strategic direction, ideas, and support to all academic and administrative units on all 24 University campuses, as well as athletics and institutional outreach. Penn State is the Commonwealth’s sole land-grant institution and comprises the University Park campus, which is also the largest campus and administrative hub for the University, and 23 other campuses throughout Pennsylvania. With nearly 100,000 students, more than 34,000 full- and part-time employees, the Vice President’s office is charged with keeping this vital internal community informed of University-wide activities and actions that affect their daily lives. The Vice President for Strategic Communications supports the overall mission of Penn State and must possess the following experiences and qualities: understanding of a complex, dynamic academic environment; ability to translate research and creative insights and intelligence into actionable strategy; as well as proven experience in collaboratively working with multiple and diverse constituent groups, including alumni, parents, donors, news media, faculty, staff, students, and administrators, emerging social media, and the general public; ability to rethink and implement processes; record of establishing effective measurement systems; a strong, proven commitment to diversity; exceptional interpersonal and communications skills; and proven management ability regarding both staff and programs. The successful candidate will possess 15 or more years of successful senior leadership experience in communications and marketing. A baccalaureate degree is required; an advanced degree and/or equivalent experience is expected. The University-managed search is coordinated by the Penn State Office of the Vice President for Administration on behalf of the President. Applications and nominations, including a current resume, cover letter, and a job position description from current position (if appropriate) should be emailed to: PSUSearch@psu.edu. The search committee will review applications and nominations beginning April 19 and will continue to receive them until the position is filled. Nominations and applications will be held in strictest confidence. As prescribed by University policy, final candidate(s) for the position will be required to complete a full background check process including criminal, child abuse, credit, education, employment, and motor vehicle verifications, as appropriate.

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Assistant Professor of Plastics Engineering Technology
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/03/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42544
Department:  School of Engineering    

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, invites applicants for a tenure track faculty position starting fall 2014. Qualified candidates will be considered for appointment at the rank of assistant, associate, or full professor. Candidates should be committed to undergraduate education and to developing a sustainable research program. Technical areas of interest for the position include plastics manufacturing (including tooling and design), plastics flow simulation, polymer material rheology, characterization, formulation, and development, nano-materials, and micro-molding. A Ph.D. in plastics, mechanical, materials, chemical engineering, or related field is required and a minimum of two years of industry experience is preferred. Penn State Behrend (http://www.behrend.psu.edu) is a comprehensive four-year and residential college of Penn State in Erie, Pennsylvania. The college is committed to excellence in teaching, research, and outreach, and prides itself on the balance it achieves between teaching and research. Located on a beautiful, wooded hilltop campus, Penn State Behrend offers its 4,350 undergraduate and graduate students an inspiring and technologically-advanced environment characterized by close student/faculty interaction. The School of Engineering is a US News top 50 undergraduate engineering school and has over 1,450 students in our ABET accredited programs. Erie, a metropolitan area of 280,000, is located on Lake Erie`s beautiful Presque Isle Bay. The region offers many cultural, sports, and recreational resources, including Pennsylvania’s most popular state park. Erie County is a major industrial, medical, service, and tourism center, and is within a two hour drive of Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Buffalo. Residents benefit from a rejuvenated Bayfront District while enjoying a modest cost of living and affordable housing. There are five colleges in the area. The review of applications will begin May 1, 2014 until the position is filled. To be considered, submit a complete resume/CV with teaching and research statements and the names of three references.

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Engineering Lab Manager 3
Campus/Location:  Penn State Great Valley Date Announced:  04/03/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Great Valley Job Number:  42527
Department:  Academic Affairs/Engineering Department Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - I - Exempt

Penn State Great Valley, located in Malvern, PA, is seeking an Engineering Lab Manager. Duties include: review work requests with originators, faculty, students, or staff; recommend design or material changes; prepare cost and time estimates; monitor the fabrication, assembly, and testing of equipment/materials used in various research projects; provide assistance and instruction to faculty, machinists, mechanics, students, or staff in devising and/or using special equipment/computer set-ups; may design and set-up classroom laboratory for instructional purposes; may determine work to be sent to outside vendors; coordinate vendor arrangements and monitor progress or work/projects; determine future equipment needs and prepare justification for purchase; order materials and tooling; maintain records/budgets; schedule staff and equipment to meet deadlines; prepare reports on status of project/work; hire, supervise, train, and evaluate assigned staff; oversee use and maintenance of shop equipment; ensure safe operating conditions and provide safety training. Applications accepted until position is filled. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher in a technical or administrative program plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Office Assistant - Kinesiology Student Services (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/03/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42529
Department:  Kinesiology    

The Department of Kinesiology is seeking a part-time Office Assistant to work approximately 20 hours per week supporting student services (graduate and undergraduate) in our department. Duties include entering data into spreadsheets/databases, copying, paper and electronic filing, scanning, and other general office duties as assigned. Ability to maintain confidentiality, attention to detail, organizational skills, strong customer service, and proficiency using Microsoft Office products, especially Microsoft Word and Excel, required. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted online and should include a cover letter and resume.

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Part-time Lecturers in Psychology
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/03/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42534
Department:  Psychology    

The Psychology Department of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions for the 2014 summer sessions. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in Psychology. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments. Summer lecturers normally teach one to two courses. Applications received by April 15th will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the position is filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for this job and a curriculum vitae.

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Proposal Specialist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/03/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42532
Department:  Proposals Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - J - Exempt
04 - K - Exempt
05 - L - Exempt

The successful candidate will analyze, review, negotiate, and process proposals and budgets, including, but not limited to, firm fixed price, cost plus fixed fee, and time and materials, to various federal agencies and industrial sponsors for the Applied Research Laboratory (ARL). Responsibilities include: Provide improvements in reviewing, analyzing, and processing proposal requirements; provide input to functional development and implementation of automated electronic web-based proposal processes, including system requirement development and system testing; assist supervisor in maintaining the Proposal Office web site; assist with the coordination of individual proposal and proposal system audits with DCAA; and assist in the development and implementation of a new proposal budget module, providing support through requirements analysis, testing, training, and inquiry, in support of ARL Business Office staff members. This job will be filled at a level 3, level 4, or level 5, depending upon the successful candidate's education and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or Management, plus 5 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Experience in discerning Federal government solicitations, performing cost/price analysis, and knowledge of Federal cost principles is required. Candidates selected will be subject to a government security investigation. You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply.

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Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/03/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42522
Department:  Plant Science Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Non-exempt
03 - H - Exempt

The department of Plant Science is looking for a Research Technologist to maintain wine grape and tree fruit orchards providing guidance on pesticide recommendations based on phenology, scouting and pheromone trap catches and incorporating IPM strategies; prune vines and trees annually, determine appropriate fertilizer applications, chemical thinning recommendations. The selected candidate would be responsible for design and statistical layout of experiments and new vineyard and orchard plantings; supervise wage payroll students in training and caring for vineyards and orchards; determine optimum fruit maturity for harvest based upon collecting samples and measuring fruit quality parameters; synchronize harvest labor with the farm manager; develop data sheets and collect data for various experiments; perform statistical analysis on data collected and develop preliminary reports; assist in teaching vineyard and orchard classes in leading field discussion and demonstrating practices and techniques; maintain orchard nursery and propagate fruit trees. Plan and communicate with research team (faculty, grad students and wage employees) and Horticulture Research Farm crew;operate equipment including tractors, pesticide sprayers, forklift and other farm machinery; collaborate with Plant Pathology, Entomology and Plant Science faculty and staff located at UP, FREC and LERGREC. Some travel will be expected to orchards and vineyards to set up experiments and apply treatment followed by collection of data. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background check. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/03/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42524
Department:  Food Science Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - I - Exempt
05 - J - Exempt

A Research Technologist position is available immediately in the laboratory of Dr. Jairam Vanamala, Associate Professor of Food Science and Faculty at Hershey Cancer Institute at The Pennsylvania State University. The successful candidate will perform research and organizational activities in the Vanamala Lab. Candidate will use analytical techniques, animal models, molecular biology, proteomics, metabolomics and genomics techniques to study anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties of whole foods, particularly after processing. The successful candidate will work in a wet lab, but will interact closely with bioinformaticians on data analysis(including that of proteomics, metabolomics, and next-generation sequencing data). Candidate is expected to assist the faculty in graduate and undergraduate student mentoring. This job will be filled as a level 4, or level 5, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher (Master's degree preferred) plus ten years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 4. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Ten years of lab experience is required, with expertise in several of the following basic molecular biology techniques such as Immunohistochemistry, western blotting, Affinity purification of proteins/peptides, siRNA transfection, DNA and RNA isolation from mammalian tissues, qPCR, gas/liquid chromatography, data analysis skills and willingness to learn analytical and advanced omics technologies. The successful applicant must have the aptitude to design, execute, interpret, summarize, and troubleshoot independent research as well as collaborate effectively with members of the research team. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Summer Researchers in Psychology
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/03/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42536
Department:  Psychology    

The College of the Liberal Arts of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for research positions in Psychology for the period May/June through July/August. All positions require a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study plus relevant experience. These are non-tenure track appointments. Applications received by April 15 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must electronically submit a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for this job and a curriculum vitae.

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Administrative Support Coordinator
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42511
Department:  Black School of Business Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - H - Exempt

The Sam and Irene Black School of Business at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is seeking applications for the Administrative Support Coordinator. Reporting to the school director and supporting associate director, this position has school-wide impact leading and managing the direction and activities of the school’s office and its staff. Typical work activities include, but are not limited to, supervision and evaluation of assigned staff; monitoring of budgets; compilation and/or research of information for complex reports and accreditation materials; human resources administration of: faculty contracts, contract renewals, promotion and tenure, annual and extended reviews, sabbatical applications, faculty searches, preparation and processing international visa documentation; maintaining department-related documents; composing, editing, and proofreading correspondence, reports and publications; and handling a wide range of confidential matters. The position responds to requests for information; plans and coordinates internal and external meetings, events, and projects. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office are necessary. The successful candidate should demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively with various levels of the faculty, staff, and outside constituents; outstanding customer service orientation; excellent oral and written communications skills; excellent analytical, judgment, and organizational skills; and the ability to work effectively with people of diverse cultural backgrounds. The ability to coordinate several projects simultaneously, to prioritize, and to maintain confidentiality is essential. Professionalism and a commitment to on-going professional development are expected.

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Assistant Recruiting Coordinator for Quality Control
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42518
Department:  Football Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - F - Non-exempt

Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics, a Division I and Big Ten Conference Institution, is seeking an Assistant Recruiting Coordinator for Quality Control for the football program. The position will report to the Chief of Staff and will assist with all aspects of on campus recruiting and the organization of the recruiting department. Responsibilities include preparing recruiting tape for position coaches, collect and maintain academic, athletic and social evaluations on each potential student athlete. During unofficial and official visits, provide tours to potential student-athletes and their families around campus and through the Penn State Football Building (Lasch). Add, update and maintain statistics and contact information for underclassmen in football recruiting database. Successful candidate will also be responsible for creating communications and providing updates to potential student-athletes regarding the football program. Familiarity with various recruiting software such as XOS, Radar and Hudl preferred. Note that evening and weekend work and overnight travel will be required. Typically requires an Associate's degree or equivalent plus three years of work related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Full-time Lecturer in African Studies Program
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42517
Department:  African Studies Program    

The African Studies Program of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for a full-time lecturer position. A PhD in African Studies or a related field is required. Teaching assignments will mostly be in the undergraduate program, although there may be possibilities for graduate teaching. The start date for the position is August 2014. This is for a one year, non-tenure track appointments with the possibility of reappointment. Full-time lecturers normally teach three courses per semester, but those capable of teaching four sections per semester may be invited to do so at a proportionately higher salary. Applications received by May 1, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the position is filled. For a more detailed description of the program, please visit our website at http://afr.la.psu.edu//. To be considered for this position, include a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for this job and a curriculum vitae.

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Human Research Technologist 1 (Research Assistant)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42512
Department:  Department of Psychology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt

The Department of Psychology at Penn State seeks candidates for a position as a Research Assistant. Research in the lab focuses on hormonal influences on the human brain and behavior. Responsibilities include developing protocols, general laboratory administration, and independently conducting research under the direct supervision of Dr. Sheri Berenbaum. Provide support for a wide range of research activities including coordination of lab activities; assisting with collection, processing, and analysis of neuroimaging and behavioral data; training and supporting undergraduate research assistants. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Bachelor’s degree in psychology or a related field preferred. All candidates should have excellent judgment and problem solving, interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills, ability to manage multiple simultaneous projects, attention to detail, knowledge of basic computer technology, and willingness to learn and develop additional research skills related to data management and analysis. Experience with psychological research and statistics software preferred. Preferred start date May 1, 2014 This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Information Technology Support Specialist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42510
Department:  Information Technology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - F - Non-exempt

If you are passionate about providing exceptional customer service to adult learners and faculty members experiencing various specialized issues, this may be the opportunity for you. The HelpDesk for Penn State’s online World Campus and Continuing Education at University Park is the IT support lifeline between Penn State and adult learners and faculty members living in all 50 states and around the world. We are looking for a committed support professional who can demonstrate solid IT support experience, excellent interpersonal communication and relationship-building skills, flexibility, and a strong work ethic. You will assist with incidents and service requests; provide training resources for diverse customers; serve on various project teams as assigned; communicate via telephone, e-mail, and chat; accurately track customer interactions; and proactively identify trends in customer issues. This job will be filled as a level 1, or level 2, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to thrive in a dynamic culture of change and innovation and to exceed customer service performance standards while juggling competing priorities. Competencies critical to success include: exceptional verbal and written communication; attention to detail and ability to stay on track while multitasking; thorough and timely resolution of customer issues; ability to build positive working relationships with teammates across World Campus and Continuing Education; and participation in organizational initiatives beyond HelpDesk duties. Specialized competencies needed are: knowledge of Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8; Macintosh OS X (10.2 and higher); Firefox 17 and higher; Internet Explorer 7 and higher; Microsoft Office 2007 and higher; and strong analytical and diagnosing skills. Knowledge of ITIL Incident Management and Request Fulfillment processes, GoToAssist, and Web-conferencing tools such as Blackboard Collaborate is beneficial but not required. This is a 40-hour-per-week position, Monday through Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. with a one-hour dinner break, and is located at the Penn State University Park Campus. Requires availability over the December holiday break. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach and Online Education’s diversity initiative.

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Instructor-Summer College Opportunity Program
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42523
Department:  Office of the Assistant Dean of Multicultural Programs    

The Summer College Opportunity Program (SCOPE: http://www.ed.psu.edu/educ/multicultural-programs/summer-program ) invites applications for its Summer English (writing) instructor position. The instructor will work with dynamic youth who aspire to attend college but who need extra academic and social support to attain their educational goals. Applicants should have experience in teaching, research, urban education, and working with low SES, first generation and ELL students. College teaching experience preferred. Individuals should be strongly committed to providing educational and learning opportunities to underrepresented groups in a challenging but supportive environment. Other duties include mentoring SCOPE students, engaging as a member of the SCOPE staff team by providing support and participating in program meetings and activities. Position only available for the 4 week program duration but should be understood as a 40 hour a week job. The 2014 SCOPE summer program will run from June 22 through July 18, 2014.

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Instructors in Business Disciplines
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  Behrend College Job Number:  42515
Department:  Black School of Business    

The Sam and Irene Black School of Business at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, has a need for part-time instructors in business disciplines for fall (August 2014) and spring (January 2015). The positions are dependent upon class enrollments; enrollments of less than nine students may necessitate cancelling the class and position. Salary is competitive. Responsibilities include using a syllabus and course materials approved by the Black School of Business to teach courses offered in our baccalaureate programs. Required qualifications include: evidence of an earned master’s degree in a business or related discipline or a baccalaureate degree with significant industrial experience; evidence of a commitment to excellence in teaching including use of current technology, commensurate with experience; and evidence of a commitment to working collegially and with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Applicants must submit a letter of application documenting qualifications; current curriculum vitae; and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of two references who can speak to your teaching abilities.

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Lecturer in Nursing
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42526
Department:  Nursing Program    

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is accepting applications for nursing faculty to teach in the Associate Degree in nursing program. Appointments are non-tenure-track, fixed term for 36 weeks and will begin in the 2014-2015 academic year. Positions will initially be for one year with an excellent chance for annual renewal based on programmatic needs. Responsibilities include teaching, clinical supervision, student advising, and participation in the campus and university governance. A Master’s degree in nursing is required; Doctoral degree preferred. Will consider MSN with completion of doctorate in 5 years. Must have experience in medical and surgical nursing. Teaching experience is strongly preferred. Candidates must be student-centered, committed to maintaining currency in nursing, and open to innovative program delivery using technology. All applicants must be eligible for licensure as RN in Pennsylvania. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

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Public Safety Officer 3 (Police Officer)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Berks Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  Berks Job Number:  42514
Department:  Police Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Non-exempt

Penn State Berks is seeking to fill a full-time Police Officer position. The assigned work hours will vary and the candidate must be available to work any hours as assigned. University Police Officers are responsible for carrying out the functions of protection of life and property, preservation of peace and good order of the community, enforcement of laws, investigative work and other related duties. This position requires the availability and willingness to work various hours, including patrol and special details/events. The position is responsible for the prevention of criminal, unsafe or undesirable activity and regulatory violations through pro-active policing techniques. The candidate will be required to respond to requests for assistance or service and reports of criminal activity and apply appropriate decision making skills to properly handle these incidents. The candidate will be required to complete detailed reports documenting his/her activities utilizing the Department`s computerized records management system (CODY). The candidate will possess the skills necessary to enhance public respect for law enforcement and the University with courteous, devoted and ethical service and will demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively with various levels of faculty, staff, students, and outside agencies in this customer service oriented position. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree plus one year of work related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Requires Act 120 Certification, ability to pass a criminal background investigation, U.S. Citizenship, age 21 or older, ability to pass a psychological evaluation and physical ability test, and be in good general health as determined by a University physical examination. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as a part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks.

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Senior Digital Marketing Strategist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Strategic Communications Job Number:  42521
Department:  Marketing and Advertising Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Exempt

Responsible to the Director of Marketing and Advertising, this position is responsible for: developing digital/online strategies that meet established performance objectives; setting performance objectives that align with marketing objectives and goals; maintaining a strong understanding of target markets and their digital usage patterns; and, maintaining an up-to-date knowledge of digital marketing and advertising opportunities. This individual will contribute toward the effective evaluation of marketing and advertising campaigns and help establish protocols for evaluation. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree plus two years of work related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Advertising or marketing agency experience preferred. The position requires knowledge of mobile channels and social channels, including marketing tactics and emerging trends, as well as key social media tools and excellent communications skills. The successful candidate will be highly innovative and current with emerging trends in marketing. This is a fixed-term position funded for one year from date of hire with strong possibility of refunding.

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Video Assistant
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42519
Department:  Football Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Non-exempt

Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics, a Division I and Big Ten Conference Institution, is seeking a Video Assistant for the football program. The position will report directly to the Football Video Coordinator. Primary responsibilities of the job are to assist with the daily football video operations including, planning, training, and coordinating work schedules to ensure efficient operations to enhance the overall football operations. Assist with operating and maintaining the XOS digital network, a video database, which includes statistical information, alternate angle replays, and game-analysis breakdowns as needed by the coaching staff. This position will also be responsible for training and assisting undergraduate students utilizing proper methods to maximize efficiency and productivity related to non-linear editing, logging data, data management, graphic design, special effects, filming, interviewing, conversion methods, codec utilization and compatibility, film deck setup, and sound management. In addition, this position will communicate with external departments which work indirectly with the football program, and provide video knowledge and expertise to produce a high quality product. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree plus one year of work related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Familiarity with Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premier, After Affects, Photoshop, Audition, and compressor are required. Excellent leadership, interpersonal, and communication (verbal and written) skills are required. Attention to detail and ability to multitask are vital requirements as well as the ability to work within a team environment. Note that evening and weekend work and overnight travel will be required. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/02/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42520
Department:  Economics    

The Department of Economics at The Pennsylvania State University seeks to fill several Visiting Assistant Professor positions with one or two year appointments commencing fall 2014. We will consider highly qualified candidates in all fields of economics. Candidates must demonstrate the capacity for high-quality instruction. Applicants must have met all of the requirements for a PhD in Economics or a related field by the time of the appointment. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applicants must submit a cover letter and CV.

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Administrative Support Assistant 2
Campus/Location:  Penn State Harrisburg Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Harrisburg Job Number:  42503
Department:  School of Humanities Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - D - Non-exempt

Serve as staff assistant to the School of Humanities. Provide support to graduate programs in American Studies, Communications and Humanities. Assist program coordinators in correspondence, processing graduate applications, graduate theses, assistantship awardees, applications for graduation and manage/maintain student records. Manage and maintain confidential student academic records for the School. Respond to inquiries regarding School programs and advise students about departmental and university policies. Maintain confidentiality in all academic and administrative matters. Answer/screen telephone calls, greet students, visitors and process emails. Maintain office supplies and request repairs for office equipment as needed. Coordinate registration, enrollment, class schedules and graduation list information with Enrollment Services. Serve as budget backup for Administrative Support Coordinator, including processing IBIS documents and other budget forms. Work with faculty and student travel, including ERS forms. Perform various administrative functions within the School as assigned by the School Director. Candidates must have a strong working knowledge of the entire MS Office Suite and be available to work 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Assistant Coach 2 (Assistant Coach, Women's Ice Hockey)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42506
Department:  Women's Ice Hockey Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - H - Exempt

Responsible to the Head Coach for performing or assisting with a wide variety of coaching duties in order to accomplish the goals and objectives of the team. Duties include, but are not limited to the following: identify, recruit, coach and develop high level athletes for the program. Provide high-level coaching and instruction, including individualized skill training, video sessions, and individual goal setting. Assist with practice and game preparations and planning travel itineraries. Organize official and unofficial visits. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Recent high level coaching, and collegiate playing experience required. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Director of Marketing and Communications
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State's Dickinson School of Law Job Number:  42496
Department:  Marketing and Communications Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - L - Exempt
05 - M - Exempt

Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law and School of International Affairs are seeking an experienced and hands-on Director of Marketing and Communications to manage all aspects of marketing and communications for both Schools and serve on the senior management teams of both Schools. The two schools are co-located, have a unique curricular and faculty integration, and are led by one Dean. The position reports directly to the Dean of the Law School and School of International Affairs, and works closely with the faculty and staff of both schools, as well as with University Relations and the University’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations. The primary responsibilities of the position include: managing and implementing an innovative publications/marketing plan that advances each School’s mission and enhances its image and visibility to internal and external target markets; developing and implementing a long-term marketing and communications strategy; developing and managing the strategic plan for ongoing development of each School’s prospective student outreach plans including oversight of public facing websites; coordinating a comprehensive media relations campaign consistent with the mission and vision of each School; participating as a member of boards, teams, committees, associations, as necessary; developing and managing all relevant budgets; providing ongoing assessments of all marketing and outreach efforts including return on investment and supervising assigned staff. This job also involves providing counsel to the Dean and playing a proactive role in strategic thinking, planning, and execution for both schools. This job requires a working knowledge of on-line campaign management tools, web content management, social media tools, digital and print advertising and publishing, and Microsoft Office. The position is based in University Park but some overnight travel and weekend work is necessary. This job will be filled as a level 4, or level 5, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree plus eight years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 4. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. A Master's degree is preferred and a J.D. degree is a plus. The successful applicant must exhibit refined and poised communications skills and have the ability to interact meaningfully, confidently and effectively with professionals of all levels of experience and authority. Must also possess strong organizational, writing and marketing skills and must be goal-oriented, self-motivated and able to lead and motivate others. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks.

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Financial Assistant 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42498
Department:  Biology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - E - Non-exempt

The Biology Department is seeking a Financial Assistant to process electronic and paper accounting documents; reconcile purchasing cards; scan documents for file retrieval; resolve direct bills on CRFN and obtain required backup; submit purchase orders/standing orders and monitor balances; resolve eBuy orders and other purchases; issue receipts for cash received and process cash reports (ROCR). Handle department disposition of equipment to Salvage. Process travel reimbursements in ERS. Run financial reports to retrieve budget balances. Process wage payroll appointments and bi-weekly payroll. Serve as backup for co-workers as needed. Prepare correspondence. Keep up-to-date with current policies and procedures. The ability to work both independently and as a member of a team is essential, along with strong organizational and communication skills and ability to multi-task. Experience with eBuy, ERS, IBIS, ISIS, MS Excel, and FIT required; eDDS, eCommerce, and Data Warehouse skills preferred. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Grants and Contracts Administrator (International Sponsor Relations Manager)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice Provost for Global Programs Job Number:  42497
Department:  Global Engagement and Operations Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - I - Exempt
03 - J - Exempt

As the locus for all the University’s global engagements, the University Office of Global Programs (UOGP) is an area of opportunity for those seeking a career in the field of international education. UGOP is seeking an International Sponsor Relations Manager to provide leadership support for Penn State relations with international governments, agencies and corporations which sponsor international student enrollment. The International Sponsor Relations Manager will continue the cultivation of current external relationships with ninety plus international sponsoring entities while always actively recruiting new international sponsors. This position requires advanced international cultural competencies, including but not limited to protocol communication with foreign governments and personnel, proven experience with successful financial negotiations and the ability to increase the overall international student sponsored population. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. A Master’s degree or professional degree is preferred. The successful candidate must have previous supervisory experience, significant international business experience, a record of recognized professional achievement and the ability to work with broad constituents including academic leaders, corporate executives, non-profit leadership, international governments, and their dignitaries. This individual should possess excellent communication, organizational, and computer skills in addition to proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and learning advocacy tools. This position requires significant domestic travel to local embassies and consulates and occasional international travel. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Internship and Career Counselor
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42486
Department:  Academic and Career Planning Center (ACPC) Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Exempt

The Academic and Career Planning Center (ACPC) at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is accepting applications for an Internship and Career Counselor. This position is responsible for providing internship and career counseling to undergraduate students, in addition to meeting with students during the job and graduate school search. Specific duties include: assisting in the delivery of individual and group career education programs, outreach activities, and classroom instruction; maintaining case notes that track client progress, assessment results, and counseling goals. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher in counseling or related discipline plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The successful candidate should communicate clearly and accurately both verbally and in writing including materials for presentations, and demonstrate the ability to work effectively with people of diverse cultural backgrounds. This individual will represent the ACPC at events including the career fairs and information sessions, both on-campus and around the community. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Major Gifts Officer 4 (Director of Major Gifts)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Development and Alumni Relations Job Number:  42500
Department:  University Development, Smeal College of Business Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - L - Exempt

Penn State’s Office of University Development is seeking a Major Gifts Officer for the Smeal College of Business. Reports directly to the Director of Development for the Smeal College of Business and also has a close working relationship with the Dean and Department Heads of the College. The successful candidate will focus on prospects with gift capacities of $50,000 or greater. The successful candidate will need to think strategically to help plan and implement major gift fundraising efforts on behalf of the Smeal College of Business in order to identify, cultivate, and solicit alumni and other key constituents. In consultation with the Director of Development and the Office of University Development, this Major Gifts Officer will work on: gift strategy, proposal development, prospect/donor visitation and related follow-up. Expected to complete an average minimum of fifteen (15) monthly visits with prospects and donors. May supervise assigned staff. Extensive travel is required. The successful candidate must possess exemplary interpersonal skills and demonstrate a genuine appreciation in working with diverse audiences. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus five years of related experience. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks.

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Major Gifts Officer 5 (Director of Major Gifts)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Development and Alumni Relations Job Number:  42490
Department:  University Development, College of the Liberal Arts Level/Salary Band/Classification:  05 - M - Exempt

Penn State’s Office of University Development is seeking a Director of Development for the College of the Liberal Arts. The University is in the final months of an ambitious, $2 billion comprehensive, seven-year fundraising campaign. As a lead player for one of the largest Development units at Penn State, the Director of Development will be a high-profile job within the University and requires a candidate with extraordinary experience and vision. This senior Major Gifts Officer will report directly to the Associate Vice President of University Development and will have a close working relationship with the Dean of the College of the Liberal Arts. The College encompasses more than 90,000 alumni and currently raises approximately $12-15 million in annual commitments. The Director of Development will be responsible for the oversight and management of these fundraising efforts and will direct the frontline fundraising staff. The successful candidate must work collaboratively and be able to provide the College with professional guidance and strong leadership to conceive and execute successful strategies for cultivating private philanthropy. This job is specifically responsible for the following: developing goal setting and fundraising plans for the office’s annual budget; personally managing a portfolio of major gift prospects, including a minimum of eleven (11) monthly visits with prospects and donors; identifying, cultivating, and soliciting alumni and other donors in support of the College of the Liberal Arts fundraising goals; working collaboratively with the Dean of the College of the Liberal Arts, development council volunteers, and central University Development staff to ensure fundraising success; engaging Department Heads and faculty in the fundraising enterprise; managing and guiding the existing staff to work collaboratively across the College of the Liberal Arts and the University to achieve maximum fundraising productivity; and recruiting, training, and managing a volunteer development committee. The Director of Development fully participates in strategic initiatives of the College. In addition, the Director also manages the Alumni Relations and Communications functions in the College. Extensive travel is required, along with strong communication, organizational, interpersonal, and presentation skills. The successful candidate must possess exemplary interpersonal skills and demonstrate a genuine appreciation in working with diverse audiences. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus seven years of related experience. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks.

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Part-time Lecturers in Comparative Literature
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42509
Department:  Comparative Literature    

The Department of Comparative Literature of The The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions for 2014 summer sessions. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in Comparative Literature. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments. Summer lecturers normally teach one to two courses. Applications received by April 10, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted electronically and include a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Part-time Lecturers in French and Francophone Studies
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42508
Department:  French and Francophone Studies    

The Department of French and Francophone Studies of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions for 2014 summer sessions. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in French. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments. Summer lecturers normally teach one to two courses. Applications received by April 10, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted electronically and include a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Part-time Lecturers in Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42507
Department:  Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures    

The Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for part-time lecturer positions for 2014 summer sessions. Part-time lecturers will teach undergraduate resident and/or online courses in German. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. These are one semester, non-tenure track appointments. Summer lecturers normally teach one to two courses. Applications received by April 10, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until positions are filled. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted electronically and include a letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for the job and a curriculum vitae.

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Postdoctoral Research
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42502
Department:  Heart and Vascular Institute    

A postdoctoral research position is available in the Penn State Hershey Heart and Vascular Institute (PSHVI), Penn State College of Medicine in the area of autonomic and cardiovascular physiology. The laboratory is focused on understanding the role of the sympathetic nervous system in the control of cardiovascular function during exercise in health and disease, including heart failure, hypertension, and muscular dystrophy. The goal of major ongoing projects is to define the cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate skeletal muscle blood flow with a current emphasis on nitric oxide signaling. Sophisticated in vivo rat and mouse models are used to perform highly integrative, mechanistic studies that form the basis for future translational studies in humans. The ideal candidate will have a MD, PhD, or DVM degree at the time of appointment. A strong background in autonomic, cardiovascular, or exercise physiology is required. Prior experience performing hemodynamic studies in rodents is highly desired. The successful applicant will be expected to participate in all aspects of the research project, including experimental design, data collection, data analysis, preparation of graphs and figures, and preparation of manuscripts. Strong writing and oral communication skills are highly desired. Ample opportunity exists for collaboration with other investigators in the PSHVI engaging in pre-clinical and clinical cardiovascular research. Applicant will be working with Gail Thomas, PhD.

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Research Associate
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42493
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The laboratory of Anton Nekrutenko in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at The Pennsylvania State University (http://nekrut.bx.psu.edu) is looking for a research associate to continue analysis of next generation sequencing data. The work will focus on sequence quality analysis, genome assembly, transcriptome assembly, repetitive element analysis, more general molecular evolutionary analyses, and Galaxy tool development. A successful candidate must possess Ph.D. in molecular evolution and demonstrate extensive hands-on experience and publication record in comparative genomics and evolutionary analysis. A complete application will include a cover letter, CV, statement of research interests and three letters of reference. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found.

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Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42488
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - G - Non-exempt

The laboratory of Manuel Llinás in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the Huck Institutes for the Life Sciences seeks applicants for a research technologist position. The main research focus in the Llinás lab is to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying the malaria disease. The main role of this position will be to maintain Plasmodium cell cultures for the preparation and running of biological samples for analysis on various metabolomics instrumentation using liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry or NMR. Acquired data will be followed up with basic data analysis and problem solving. The Technologist will be expected to conduct laboratory experiments independently while carefully managing and recording experimental conditions. In addition to these duties, the technologist will also contribute to the preparation of reagents and other support duties to facilitate a productive and efficient lab environment. The Technologist is expected to be familiar with the current literature and projects of the lab, and will also maintain an independent research project and will participate in group meetings and perform other related duties as assigned. Applicants should possess the ability to work well with others and must have excellent organizational skills and flexibility to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and have a strong attention to detail, and excellent computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint will be preferred. Please provide contact information for three references that can provide letters of recommendation. This job will be filled as a level 1, or level 2, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Applicants should have a BA or BS in chemistry, biology, biochemistry or related field and should be able to conduct laboratory experiments independently and carefully manage and record experimental conditions by maintaining a meticulous daily laboratory notebook. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with possibility of re-funding.

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Women's Basketball Coach/Lecturer
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/01/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42505
Department:  School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Athletics)    

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, invites applications for a non-tenure track, multi-year contract Women’s Basketball Coach/Lecturer beginning July 2014. Experience in coaching/playing at the college level preferred. The position is responsible for the organization, development, and recruitment of qualified student athletes, along with teaching numerous kinesiology classes. Master’s degree in kinesiology/health education or related field is required. Penn State Behrend is a comprehensive four-year and residential college of Penn State in Erie, PA. The college prides itself on the balance it achieves between teaching and research. Located on a beautiful, wooded hilltop campus, Penn State Behrend offers its 4,350 undergraduate and graduate students an inspiring and technologically-advanced environment characterized by close student/faculty interaction. For more information about the college, please visit our Web site (www.behrend.psu.edu). Electronically submit a cover letter, salary requirements, and resume. Review of applications will begin April 15, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.

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Adjunct Instructor
Campus/Location:  Penn State New Kensington Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State New Kensington Job Number:  42481
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State New Kensington currently has adjunct instructor positions for summer 2014 available in various disciplines, including CAS, Chemistry, English, Economics, Math, Nutrition, Physics, and Statistics. Master’s degree in the discipline for which you are applying (or closely related field) required; one or more of the following preferred: teaching experience, Ph.D.

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Assistant Coach, Men's Soccer
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42474
Department:  Men's Soccer Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - H - Exempt
03 - J - Exempt

The assistant is responsible to the Head Coach for performing or assisting with a wide variety of coaching duties in order to accomplish the team’s goals and objectives. Assist the head coach by Identifying, recruiting, helping develop, and coaching high level athletes for the program. Perform related office duties as directed. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Recent high level coaching and/or playing experience preferred. Qualified candidates with computer/video/game analysis related backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Knowledge of the Big 10 and NCAA Division 1 soccer coaching is preferred. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Information Technology Trainer
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42471
Department:  Office of Research Protections Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - K - Exempt
04 - L - Exempt

The Information Technology Trainer (IT Trainer) will report to the IT Project Manager in The Office for Research Protections and will serve as an integral member of the CATS (Centralized Application Tracking System) development team. The primary responsibility of this individual will be to design, prepare, implement, conduct, schedule and evaluate the effectiveness of the overall CATS Training program. Additional responsibilities include assessing future training needs and requirements, conducting Train the Trainer sessions, providing technical guidance and support for system's end users and serving as a conduit between end users and the CATS development team. This position will be located at University Park and travel to other Penn State campus locations is required. The business processes supported by CATS are the research compliance and administrative processes related to research with human participants, animal subjects, biohazardous materials, radioisotopes and conflict of interest disclosures. Candidate should be prepared to present a 20-minute training session to the CATS Project team and to provide examples of training materials they have created. This job will be filled as a level 3, or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Training experience required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office required. Proficiency with training development and delivery software such as Adobe Captivate and Adobe Connect required. Experience with research administration or with regulatory compliance processes is highly desired. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required. This position requires that you operate of a motor vehicle as part of your job duties. A valid driver’s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with good possibility of re-funding.

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Instructional Production Specialist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42477
Department:  Learning Design and Public Media Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - F - Non-exempt
03 - G - Non-exempt

Penn State’s World Campus has an opening for an Instructional Production Specialist in the dynamic and evolving field of distance and online education. You will provide administrative and specialized support to our Instructional Designers (IDs); update and maintain information in internal administrative systems; update and maintain Web pages; and assist in the production of online courses in the Learning Management System (ANGEL). This job will be filled as a level 1, level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. A baseline level of technology skills related to Web production (HTML, Dreamweaver, FTP, etc.) and proficiency in MS Office required. You should be an effective multi-tasker and work well in an environment that is constantly evolving to meet the needs of distance learners. Competencies critical to success are that you can work autonomously in a team driven environment where you play an important supporting role, are proactive to identify and resolve required fixes in courses for the IDs, exceed customer’s expectations, accurately process many details in a highly organized and efficient manner, and be effective in a talented and diverse team environment. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach’s diversity initiative.

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Instructor in Mathematics
Campus/Location:  Penn State DuBois Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State DuBois Job Number:  42432
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State DuBois invites applications for an Instructor in Mathematics for the 2014/15 academic year. Responsibilities include: Teach assigned courses in the general education program for Mathematics using traditional and hybrid delivery methods. Participate in course development, curriculum matters, program assessment, and program development. Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Mathematics or in a closely related field. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for 1 academic year. Please include two letters of support along with your cover letter and current resume.

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Part-time Instructors (Variety of Disciplines)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Brandywine Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Brandywine Job Number:  42487
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State Brandywine, located in Media, PA, seeks part-time Instructors (non-tenure track) in the following areas: Business Administration; Chemistry; Criminal Justice; English (Writing); Engineering; History; Physics; Psychology; and Spanish. The ideal candidates should be open to offering flexibility in course scheduling and methods of course delivery. Requirements include the minimum of an earned Master’s degree. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated excellence in teaching at the college level. The review process will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae and a list of courses taught at the college level.

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Postdoc Scholar
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42484
Department:  Psychology    

Applications are sought for a one-year post doctoral scholar position working under the supervision of Dr. Jonathan Cook within the Department of Psychology at Penn State University. The position will involve preparing competitive grant submissions and manuscripts for submission, analyzing data, designing and implementing new studies to complement and expand existing research in the lab, and advising and coordinating ongoing projects. The focus of the lab’s research is understanding and reducing the effects of social stigma and social identity threat in groups who differ by race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and/or health status. Our research includes both correlational and experimental studies in the lab and field. Start date is flexible. Extension of position for more than one year is possible pending the acquisition of additional grant funding. Qualifications: Candidates must have a PhD in social psychology or a related field and are expected to have an established ability (or promise) to write successful grant applications and manuscripts. Desired qualifications include one or more of the following: strong quantitative abilities; research experience that includes a focus intergroup dynamics, particularly research understanding the effects of being a target of stigma; experience conducting research using hormonal, immune system, and/or cardiovascular indicators; and methodological experience that includes intensive longitudinal designs; programming experience. The successful applicant will be highly motivated and a “big thinker” while remaining extremely attentive to detail. Candidates should upload a curriculum vitae, a cover letter describing their research experience and skills relevant to this position, and the names and contact information of three academic references. Inquiries may be sent to Dr. Jonathan Cook, email: jecook@psu.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Programmer/Analyst 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Student Affairs Job Number:  42470
Department:  University Health Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - J - Exempt

University Health Services (UHS) is seeking a Programmer/Analyst to support new and existing medical applications. This position will be responsible for designing, coding, and testing product enhancements. Will prepare written documentation, complete tickets, and work as a liaison between vendors and UHS departments. Will serve as an IT representative on committees to contribute to small and large projects. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be self-motivated, have good communication skills, the ability to learn quickly and work well independently and in teams. Candidate must be proficient in programming T-SQL, ASP.NET, Visual C#, and HTML. Experience with Python, Shell Scripting, Crystal Reports, JavaScript and version control tools are desired. Functional knowledge of relevant statutory regulations including HIPAA, HITECH and FERPA are also desired. Experience working with information systems in a healthcare environment and system interfaces is a plus.

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Research Project Manager 1
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42476
Department:  Medicine Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - I - Exempt

This individual will be responsible for all aspects of managing projects that investigate various aspects of advance care planning, end-of-life issues and critical care. This position requires strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills as well as comfort discussing end-of-life issues. In addition to the specific tasks below, the candidate will be responsible for creation and management of a database involving survey data and variables from medical records as well as implementation of a project that involves groups of individuals discussing end-of-life issues. Manage and track budgets and resources to assure efforts are in compliance with project/study guidelines. Assist with preparation and submission of grants. Assist with coordination of all protocol and procedure training sessions. Oversee regulatory compliance issues such as tracking and recording protocol-specific certifications and procedure certification such as Human Subject Protection and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and record Institutional Review Board approvals, etc. Ensure specifications and source documentation is obtained for all studies from external organizations. Handle close out of studies. Coordinate the evaluation of procedures implemented during pilot studies to determine necessary design and logistical changes for main study. Ensure statistical and data management reports are generated and distributed in a timely fashion. Schedule, coordinate, and conduct training sessions about project/study. Develop, design and coordinate production and assist with the distribution of marketing materials for studies. Oversee updates of manual of operations, data collection forms and websites associated with project/study. Coordinate meetings, phone conferences, minutes and presentations for multiple projects/studies. Coordinate project documentation such as conflict of interest and copyright forms for manuscript submissions. Coordinate required project documentation such as Certificates of Confidentiality. Organize, support, and provide follow-up to steering committees and other project sub-committees. Serve as liaison with internal departments and external entities. Perform data collection and data entry for studies using computer programs such as REDCAP, Excel, etc. Assist in writing scientific papers for publication. Hire, train, supervise, assign work and evaluate support staff. Assist in the management of medical student research projects. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire.

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Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42473
Department:  Radiology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - G - Non-exempt
03 - H - Exempt

The candidate will be responsible for recruiting and screening human subjects, performing standardized neurocognitive and neurological evaluations, MRI and fMRI data acquisitions, data analysis using SPM and other vender provided image analysis software tools and maintaining a database. Responsible to a principal investigator for the preparation, analysis and recording of laboratory experiments utilizing standardized procedures. Responsible for inventorying and ordering necessary laboratory supplies and equipment. Operate laboratory equipment such as; spectrophotometer, centrifuge, analytical balance, microscope, etc. Responsible for the preparation of various reagents, buffers, and media for experiments as required. Gather, summarize and record data obtained from research projects. Assist in the instruction of medical and graduate students and other technicians. Assist in searchers of literature to gather information pertaining to new experimental procedures and techniques to solve existing problems. Assist in planning of experiments and development of research protocol. Proficiency in writing is most desirable. This job will be filled as a level 1, level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Prefer Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in physical sciences, psychology, neuroscience or related fields with basic knowledge in human neuroanatomy. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire.

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Systems Design Specialist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/31/2014    
Work Unit:  Information Technology Services, Teaching and Learning with Technology Job Number:  42480
Department:  Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - J - Non-exempt
03 - K - Exempt

The Classroom and Lab Computing (CLC) group within ITS Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) is seeking an individual with a broad range of skills and experience to join our University Services team. This position will help support central services used by IT departments distributed across the University, including Systems Management at Penn State (SysMan), Cooperative Lab Management (CLM), and ITS Printing Services. CLM leverages our infrastructure, databases, and management tools to support 8,500 student lab and classroom computers in 1300 rooms at 22 campuses. SysMan includes these as well as faculty/staff endpoints for a total of 32,000 managed computers administered by 300 IT professionals in over 30 campuses, colleges, and administrative units. Printing Services provides printing control and chargeback for 25 units and is used by 50,000 students each semester. This position will be key in supporting these environments. Responsibilities assigned to this position are very dynamic and may include planning, building, and deploying servers and services; software design and development; scripting; problem determination and resolution; change control; and network design/management. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Experience with desktop OS deployments; client management systems (e.g., Tivoli Endpoint Manager/BigFix); software packaging and deployment techniques; Windows Server; Active Directory and Group Policy; Microsoft SQL Server; and Terminal Server planning, ensuring proper operation and administration is a plus. The successful candidate will have demonstrated a strong commitment to customer service, strong verbal and written communication skills, the ability to learn new things quickly and independently, and high performance in a team environment.

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Accountant 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42465
Department:  Penn State Professional and Community Education Finance Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - I - Exempt

Do you want to be part of a team providing high-quality customer service to Outreach's Penn State Professional and Community Education? This position will be responsible for building, monitoring, and closing restricted grants and contacts within the University, Federal, and State policies for Outreach's Penn State Professional and Community Education. In addition, this position will be responsible for generating financial reporting, budget analyzes and key performance indexes for unit directors. A successful candidate must be a self-starter who is very detail oriented, has excellent communication skills, provides exceptional customer service, and has the ability to work independently. Critical skills for this position include being proactive, the ability to manage multiple priorities, use of sound judgment, and analytical thinking skills. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. You should have experience with streamlining business processes and best practice recommendations to improve business operations. You must be able to perform complex functions within Excel and have experience using a financial information mainframe. Knowledge of Access preferred. You should demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to work with diverse audiences, organizational and strategic agility. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance O&OE diversity initiative.

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Administrative Assistant to the Director (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42454
Department:  Department of Nutritional Sciences    

The USDA Childhood Obesity Prevention Training grant and the Laboratory for the Study of Human Ingestive Behavior seek candidates for a part-time position to assist Director and provide budgetary and staff support. Specific duties include assisting with the coordination of research budgets, preparing backup for purchasing card transactions, monitoring account balances, ensuring expenditures are allowable charges to grants and general funds, preparing internal financial and operational reports, assisting with the preparation of budget plans, assisting with the coordination of activities for graduate trainees and seed grant activities, arranging and coordinating travel, interacting with visitors to complete required paperwork. The successful applicant will also provide staff support for the Director and Associate Directors such as handling and following-up on requests as necessary, answering telephones, typing, filing, establishing and maintaining office files, records, databases and special projects. Excellent interpersonal and organization skills with a commitment to teamwork required. Must be reliable and able to work independently. We seek candidates with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree plus one year of related experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Thorough knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel are essential. This is a part-time position for no more than 24 hours per week with some flexibility in work hours. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Julie Brenneman (jqk7@psu.edu). Indicate “Part-Time Administrative Assistant to the Director” in the subject line of e-mail correspondence.

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Administrative Support Coordinator 3
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  University Libraries Job Number:  42456
Department:  George T. Harrell Health Sciences Library Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - G - Non-exempt

Responsible for performing a wide variety of complex administrative support functions for the George T. Harrell Health Sciences Library, Penn State Hershey. Serves as administrative support to the Director of the Library, includes maintaining calendar and task list, coordinating schedule with internal and external contacts, travel, and scheduling/canceling appointments. Coordinates and attends meetings, prepares agendas, records and distributes minutes. Coordinates and prioritizes daily office functions; composes, types, and distributes correspondence; provides back-up support to other work unites within the library. Assists with the preparation of library budgets, monitors budget revenues and expenditures, prepares financial reports and spreadsheets, coordinates purchasing, wage payroll, and records control. Processes and approves various financial forms/transactions. Collects, counts, records and deposits all cash receipts, invoices external clientele for cost recovery services, tracks payments. Serves as facilities coordinator, meets with vendors, obtains quotes, coordinates purchases and delivery, and monitors maintenance contracts. Maintains a working knowledge of University policies and procedures, processes financial and personnel forms, initiates and approves HR forms for hiring wage payroll, serves as liaison to University Libraries HR. Collects and compiles library statistics for various local, regional and national organizations. Coordinates promotion and tenure documents and assists in assembling faculty dossiers. Assists in the preparation and submission of grant proposals, provides support to library faculty in the preparation and submission of manuscripts for publication. Coordinates functions such as seminars, workshops, conferences, etc. to include travel, lodging, meals, reimbursement etc. Participates in strategic planning and projects as appropriate. Acts as liaison to University Libraries. Requires use of initiative, problem solving skills, and independent judgment. Exercises discretion when dealing with highly sensitive confidential or technical information. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The University Libraries is a multicultural environment that embraces respect and diversity.

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Education Program Associate 3 (America Reads Program Coordinator)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42455
Department:  Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy and The Goodling Institute Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - I - Exempt

The ISAL/Goodling Institute is in search of a Coordinator for the America Reads Program. This position is responsible for recruiting, interviewing, and placing federal work-study students in reading and tutoring opportunities within and outside of the University Park campus. You will be responsible for identifying and building relationships with employment sites, as well as conducting onsite visits to oversee student placements. Successful candidates will assist and mentor America Reads students via individual/group meetings, emails, the website, and social media. Candidates will also monitor program compliance with federal, state, university policies. Additional responsibilities include supervising, coaching, and leading program and work-study staff; identifying and implementing student training programs to meet program guideline requirements; generating and managing program budgets; developing improvements to current program processes and procedures; maintaining and improving program databases; maintaining and updating social media outlets and America Reads website. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail and the desire to work as a team are required. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Instructional Designer
Campus/Location:  Penn State Harrisburg Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42463
Department:  Learning Design and Public Media Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - H - Exempt
03 - J - Exempt
04 - L - Exempt

Penn State’s World Campus has an opening for an Instructional Designer in the dynamic and evolving field of distance education to be located at the Harrisburg campus. You will work collaboratively with faculty to design and develop online credit courses that reach Penn State’s diverse population of distance education students. You will be a lead project manager, working with other members of your team to create high-quality fully online courses with a focus on student-centered learning. You will use a range of technology-enhanced systems to develop content for a variety of delivery modes, including Web pages, course management systems, and Web conferencing systems. This job will be filled as a level 2, level 3, or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Master’s degree in Instructional Systems or Educational Technology preferred. The job requires a solid understanding of the pedagogical principles of instructional systems theory; an enthusiastic application of existing and emerging educational technologies; and an in-depth understanding of instructional design issues related to teaching and learning in distance/online courses to demonstrate best practices, and effectively communicate to faculty the advantages and disadvantages of various pedagogical techniques and principles. You need solid communication and collaboration skills, and effective teamwork and project management experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance O&OE diversity initiative.

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Lecturer in ESL Composition
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42459
Department:  Applied Linguistics    

The Applied Linguistics Department of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for a full-time lecturer position in the ESL/EAP Program. The lecturer will teach undergraduate composition courses for international undergraduate students. Other duties include mentoring student teachers from the Master’s TESL program, participating in program meetings and professional development events, and supporting the activities and goals of the ESL/EAP program. A Master’s degree in a related field is required. The start date for these positions is August 2014. This is a one-year, non-tenure track appointment with the possibility of reappointment. Full-time lecturers normally teach three courses per semester. Applications received by April 30, 2014 will be assured of consideration; however, all applications will be considered until the position is filled. For a more detailed description of the department, please visit our website at http://aplng.la.psu.edu. To be considered for this position, applicants must submit (1) a formal letter of application detailing relevant qualifications for this job, (2) a curriculum vitae with three references listed, (3) and evidence of teaching effectiveness.

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Multimedia Specialist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42457
Department:  Office of Research Information Systems Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - J - Exempt
03 - K - Exempt
04 - L - Exempt

The Office of Research Information Systems (ORIS) is seeking a Multimedia Specialist to design and administer the Vice President for Research website and support various communications needs of ORIS customer organizations. As a web designer, they will lead all efforts to maintain the current website while planning and executing a migration to Drupal. Migration tasks include: working with customer organizations to determine future needs, developing a new site design, building the new site in Drupal, building and executing a migration plan for existing content, and testing and launching of the new site. Site operation and maintenance tasks include: managing the publishing process with content contributors; collaborating with content contributors in reviewing site analytics; reviewing, recommending, coordinating, and implementing improvements to the site’s layout and appearance to improve usability and accessibility; making programming changes to the underlying content management system; and training new content contributors. In addition to website design, they will provide communications and multimedia support to the six offices that ORIS supports. These tasks include: communications planning for new initiatives involving internal and external customers; graphic design in support of web and print media; development of one to two page training aids for ORIS applications; basic video editing and posting to the web; and usability reviews and recommendations for ORIS applications. This job will be filled as a level 2, level 3, or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Experience with the following required: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript; content management system operation and support; and graphic design. Experience with Drupal is required; familiarity with other common content management platforms such as Plone is helpful. Candidate must be able to work independently and possess strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. Candidate must be able to work with customers, content contributors, and IT staff of varying technical abilities. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Research Technologist 4 (Staff Sensory Scientist)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42446
Department:  Food Science Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - I - Exempt

The Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Food Science is seeking a Staff Sensory Scientist (Research Technologist 4) to enhance the research, teaching and outreach goals of the Sensory Evaluation Center. The initial appointment will be for two years, with the opportunity for renewal contingent the availability of funding. Applicants should have a strong theoretical background in sensory science and demonstrated experience in sensory testing and characterization of food and/or non-food consumer products. Evidence of past scholarship is a plus. Applicants having previous industrial experience and demonstrated project management skills are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants should also enjoy collaborative interactions with individuals at multiple career stages in a fast paced environment. The successful applicant will be housed in the new Food Science Building and will be part of a department with modern research laboratories as well as pilot plants for small-scale production of various products. The department boasts a strong interdisciplinary collaborative environment among faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students and also enjoys close ties with faculty in the Huck Institute of Life Sciences, Department of Nutrition, Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Research, and the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher (Master's degree preferred) plus ten years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Ph.D or M.S Degree Preferred in Food Science ,Psychology, or closely related discipline. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for two years from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Staff Attorney (Assistant or Associate General Counsel)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President and General Counsel Job Number:  42467
Department:  General Counsel Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - K - Exempt
02 - M - Exempt
03 - N - Exempt

The Pennsylvania State University’s Office of General Counsel is continuing to expand the breadth and depth of the legal services it provides to the University. We are seeking to hire highly-qualified attorneys who bring a wide range of experience and backgrounds. The attorney hired for the position described in this posting will begin as a generalist. Over time we would expect the individual to take primary or secondary responsibility for specific areas, including, by way of example, student affairs, contracting, compliance, international, employment, faculty, litigation, research, constitutional law, health care and other issues and matters. The successful candidate may advise on the full range of issues that the University faces. The position includes responsibilities for the Hershey Medical Center, The Penn State Research Foundation, and other Penn State related entities as well as all campuses of the University. Depending on experience, the individual may work under the direct supervision of other lawyers in the office as well as independently. This job will be filled as a level 1, level 2, or level 3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a J.D. or L.L.B. degree from an ABA-accredited law school for a level 1. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Applicants must be admitted to the practice of law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or be eligible for prompt admission. Experience working for a University not required but is a plus. The successful candidate must also demonstrate the highest level of integrity and professionalism, possess superior research, writing and communication skills, have the ability to work in a collegial and respectful manner with colleagues, clients, and others, and have a strong interest in working in the Penn State Office of the General Counsel.

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Staff Attorney (Assistant or Associate General Counsel)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President and General Counsel Job Number:  42468
Department:  General Counsel Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - N - Exempt
04 - O - Exempt
05 - P - Exempt

The Pennsylvania State University’s Office of General Counsel is continuing to expand the breadth and depth of the legal services it provides to the University. We are seeking to hire highly-qualified attorneys who bring a wide range of experience and backgrounds. The attorney hired for the position described in this posting will begin as a generalist. Over time we would expect the individual to take primary or secondary responsibility for specific areas, including, by way of example, student affairs, contracting, compliance, international, employment, faculty, litigation, research, constitutional law, health care and other issues and matters. The successful candidate may advise on the full range of issues that the University faces. The position includes responsibilities for the Hershey Medical Center, The Penn State Research Foundation, and other Penn State related entities as well as all campuses of the University. Depending on experience, the individual may work under the direct supervision of other lawyers in the office as well as independently. This job will be filled as a level 3, level 4, or level 5, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a J.D. or L.L.B. degree from an ABA-accredited law school plus five years of related experience for a level 3. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. Applicants must be admitted to the practice of law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or be eligible for prompt admission. Experience working for a University not required but is a plus. The successful candidate must also demonstrate the highest level of integrity and professionalism, possess superior research, writing and communication skills, have the ability to work in a collegial and respectful manner with colleagues, clients, and others, and have a strong interest in working in the Penn State Office of the General Counsel.

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Staff Attorney 1 (Law Fellow)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  03/28/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President and General Counsel Job Number:  42466
Department:  General Counsel Office Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - K - Exempt

The Office of the Vice President and General Counsel seeks to hire a recent law school graduate as a Higher Education Law Fellow for a one-year period to begin in the summer or early fall of 2014. No prior legal experience is required. The one-year appointment is not intended to be renewed or extended. The Law Fellow may be assigned research and other projects in any of the subject matter areas handled by the Office, including those related to employment, faculty, students, research, governance, contracts, compliance, intellectual property, constitutional law, health care, litigation, government relations, regulatory matters and others. The Law Fellow may receive assignments from and will work under the supervision of all of the attorneys in the Office. The Office will make every effort to provide opportunities for the Law Fellow to attend meetings, meet with clients, and otherwise to participate in the full range of legal activities of the Office and the University. Typically requires a J.D. or L.L.B. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Requires a J.D. or L.L.B. degree from an ABA-accredited law school by the summer of 2014. The successful candidate must demonstrate the highest level of integrity and professionalism, possess superior research, writing and communication skills, have the ability to work in a collegial and respectful manner with colleagues, clients and others, and have a strong interest in working in the Penn State Office of the General Counsel. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire.