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 Job #  Job Title  Location/Department   Level(s)   Date
 Announced 
Date
 Closing 
 42898  Biology Field Assistants (Part-time)  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Division of Mathematics & Natural Science, Biology
  04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42878  Facilities Representative  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences
  01, 02   04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42841  Fixed-term II Faculty Positions for 2014/2015 Academic Year  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Continuing Education University Park
  04/23/2014  04/29/2014  
 42887  Head Coach, Men's and Women's Fencing  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Men's and Women's Fencing
  03   04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42880  Lab Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  04/23/2014  05/01/2014  
 42890  Occupational Therapy Instructor and Fieldwork Coordinator  Penn State Shenango
   - Penn State Shenango, Academic
  04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42899  Part-time Engineering Instructors (Non-tenure Track) for Fall 2014  Penn State Great Valley
   - Penn State Great Valley, Engineering
  04/23/2014  10/31/2014  
 42915  Part-time Instructor in Secondary Education English/Communications for Summer 2014  University Park Campus
   - Education, Curriculum and Instruction
  04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42900  Part-time Management Instructors (Non-tenure Track) for Fall 2014  Penn State Great Valley
   - Penn State Great Valley, Management
  04/23/2014  10/31/2014  
 42892  Peer Tutors- Brandywine Summer Bridge Program  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Academic Affairs
  04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42896  Postdoctoral Fellow  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology
  04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42889  Research Associate - Experimental Atomic Physics  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42881  Research Technologist 1  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01   04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42891  Research Technologist 1  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01   04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42893  Research Technologist 1  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Department of Nutritional Sciences, Laboratory for the Study of Human Ingestive Behavior
  01   04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42879  Student Summer Intern  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, The Office of Vice President for Research
  04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42885  Wage Jobs  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Student Affairs
  04/23/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42836  Academic Youth Camp Counselor  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Conferences and Institutes
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42595  Adjunct/Part-time Instructors  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State Dubois, Academic Affairs
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42833  Administrative Support Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Graduate School, Office of the Dean of the Graduate School
  03   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42848  Administrative Support Coordinator 4  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education
  04   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42869  Athletic Trainer/Emergency Responder  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Athletics
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42825  Biology Lab Assistant Positions  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42882  Co-Director  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42824  Data Clerk  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42874  Desk Assistant  University Park Campus
   - University Libraries, Branch Library (Earth and Mineral Sciences Library)
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42876  Desk Assistant  University Park Campus
   - University Libraries, Branch Library (Engineering Library)
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42875  Desk and Shelving Assistant  University Park Campus
   - University Libraries, News and Microforms Library
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42865  Distinguished Undergraduate Researcher  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Cyber Innovation Division
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42863  Educational Leadership Course Developers  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Education Policy Studies
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42864  Extension Educator 2 (4-H Youth Development Educator)  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension, Clearfield County
  02   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42867  Facilities Supervisor 3 (Supervisor of Roofing/General Services)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Buildings and Grounds
  03   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42866  Facilities Supervisor 5 (Supervisor of HVAC Services)  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Buildings and Grounds
  05   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42859  Fitness Instructors (for Exercise Psychology Laboratory)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Kinesiology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42844  Graduate Research Assistant in English Language Leaner Education  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Curriculum and Instruction
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42860  Human Research Technologist  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Surgery/Otolaryngology
  02, 03   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42873  Human Research Technologist  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Department of Public Health Science
  03, 04, 05   04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42845  Instructor (Fixed-term 1), Early Childhood Education  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Curriculum and Instruction
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42847  Instructor in Rural Sociology  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42857  Instrument Room Assistants  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42838  Lab Research Intern  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Department of Surgery
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42828  Laboratory Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42829  Laboratory Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42843  Laboratory Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Vice President for Research, Materials Research Institute
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42830  Laboratory Assistants  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42831  Laboratory Assistants  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42600  Maintenance Worker (General) C  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver
Grade 09 04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42852  Office Staff Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42835  Part-time (Fixed-term 2) Instructors in Counselor Education  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42872  Part-time Research Assistant in Motor Control, Cognition, and Neuroimaging Laboratory  University Park Campus
   - Health & Human Development, Kinesiology
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42870  Penn State All-Sports Museum Birthday Party/Event Staff  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Penn State All-Sports Museum
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42871  Penn State All-Sports Museum Staff  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Penn State All-Sports Museum
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42877  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42861  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy
  02, 03, 04   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42842  Programmer/Analyst Intern  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Outreach Marketing
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42849  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Entomology
  02, 03   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42850  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology
  01, 02   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42851  Residence Life Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Residence Life
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42826  Science Writer  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Dean's Office, Media Relations and Public Information
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42858  Stockroom /Lecture Demonstration Assistants  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42868  Summer Camp Counselor/Instructor  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Athletics
  04/22/2014  04/28/2014  
 42862  Systems Administrator  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Network and Engineering
  03, 04   04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42853  Teaching Assistants  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42854  Undergraduate Student Graders  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42856  Undergraduate Student Proctors  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42855  Undergraduate Student Tutors  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42827  Undergraduate Teaching Assistants (PSU Students Only)  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42834  Undergraduate Teaching Assistants for Biochemistry Labs (PSU Students Only)  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42832  Undergraduate Teaching Assistants for Microbiology Labs (PSU Students Only)  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/22/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42822  Berkey Creamery Cheese Processor Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Berkey Creamery
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42823  Berkey Creamery Stockroom Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Berkey Creamery
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42819  Berkey Creamery Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Berkey Creamery
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42803  Certified Life Guard for Child Care Centers at Penn State (University Park)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Human Development & Family Studies (HDFS)
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42816  Chemical Preparation Technician  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Science
  04/21/2014  05/31/2014  
 42798  Financial Coordinator  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, ITS Financial Services
  02, 03   04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42818  Fixed-term 2 (Part-time) Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth & Mineral Sciences
  04/21/2014  12/31/2014  
 42809  Instructional Faculty  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Statistics
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42807  Laboratory Assistants  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42799  Network Systems Specialist  University Park Campus
   - Information Technology Services, Telecommunications and Networking Services, Operations
  03, 04   04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42804  Office Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42817  Physics Preparation Technician  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Science
  04/21/2014  05/31/2014  
 42821  Postdoctoral Scholars  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth & Mineral Sciences
  04/21/2014  12/31/2014  
 42814  Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Learning and Performance Systems
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42810  Research Assistant - Quality Talk Discussion Research Project  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42806  Research Technologist 2 (Research Technologist for Exercise Psychology Laboratory)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Kinesiology
  02   04/21/2014  04/27/2014  
 42808  Student Advocacy Specialist 3 (Student Support Coordinator)  Penn State Berks
   - Penn State Berks, Student Affairs
  03   04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42801  Student Youth Counselor  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State DuBois, Continuing Education
  04/21/2014  04/27/2014  
 42800  Summer Youth Program Instructor  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State DuBois, Continuing Education
  04/21/2014  04/27/2014  
 42820  Videographer/Editor  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Learning Design and Public Media
  02, 03   04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42813  Wage Payroll Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Communications, All Departments
  04/21/2014  04/27/2014  
 42811  Wage Payroll Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Information Sciences and Technology, All Departments
  04/21/2014  04/27/2014  
 42533  Waste Water Treatment Plant Worker, Spray Field  University Park Campus
   - Office of Physical Plant, Utilities
Grade 06 04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42805  Women's Volleyball Coach  Penn State DuBois
   - Penn State DuBois, Athletics
  04/21/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42788  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Ag. Economics, Sociology and Education
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42739  Academic Adviser 2  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Communication Sciences and Disorders
  02   04/18/2014  04/24/2014  
 42768  Academic Adviser 2  Penn State Lehigh Valley
   - Penn State Lehigh Valley, Academic Support
  02   04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42761  Academic Youth Camp Counselor  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Conference and Institutes
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42765  Academic Youth Camp Counselor  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Conference and Institutes
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42773  Administrative Support Coordinator  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  04   04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42775  Administrative Support Coordinator 3  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering
  03   04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42780  Administrative Support Coordinator 3 (Office Manager)  University Park Campus
   - Division of Student Affairs, Counseling and Psychological Services
  03   04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42784  Assistant Coach, Women's Basketball  University Park Campus
   - Intercollegiate Athletics, Women's Basketball
  03   04/18/2014  04/24/2014  
 42802  Assistant Professor  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Public Health Sciences
  04/18/2014  05/30/2014  
 42770  Cocurricular Programs Manager 2 (HDFS World Campus Programs Instruction, Advising and Curriculum Coordinator)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health and Human Development, Human Development and Family Studies
  02   04/18/2014  04/24/2014  
 42778  Engineering Support Specialist  University Park Campus
   - College of Engineering, Engineering Science and Mechanics
  02, 03   04/18/2014  04/24/2014  
 42779  Enrollment Services Specialist (Military Admissions Counselor)  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Admission Services for Continuing Education and World Campus
  01, 02, 03   04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42769  Head Coach Women's Basketball  Penn State Lehigh Valley
   - Penn State Lehigh Valley, Athletics
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42772  Human Resources Generalist (Human Resource Consultant)  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Office of the Dean
  03, 04   04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42777  Marketing Communications Specialist 2  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy
  02   04/18/2014  04/24/2014  
 42774  Part-time Faculty Positions  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, School of Science
  04/18/2014  06/30/2014  
 42785  Professor of Practice in Psychology  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Psychology
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42781  Programmer/Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Learning Design and Public Media
  01, 02   04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42758  Public Safety Officer  Penn State Greater Allegheny
   - Penn State Greater Allegheny, Police Services
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42760  Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Department of Psychology-Smoking Research Lab
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42776  Research Assistants (Part-time)  University Park Campus
   - College of Earth & Mineral Sciences, Earth and Environmental Systems Institute
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42764  Student Worker  Penn State Mont Alto
   - Penn State Mont Alto, Enrollment Services
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42763  Summer Honors Music Camp Instructor  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Conference and Institutes
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42771  Summer Lab Intern  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
   - Penn State College of Medicine, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42797  Summer Research/Technical Assistant  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Center for Organizational Research and Evaluation (CORE)
  04/18/2014  04/24/2014  
 42766  Systems Administrator 3  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, Information Technology in Liberal Arts (ITLA)
  03   04/18/2014  05/01/2014  
 42730  Teaching Positions - Nutritional Sciences (Part-time)  University Park Campus
   - College of Health & Human Development, Nutritional Sciences
  04/18/2014  12/31/2099  
 42786  Wage Payroll Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of the Liberal Arts, College of the Liberal Arts
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42793  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42759  Wage Positions  Penn State Extension
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42787  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42789  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Ecosystem Science and Management
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42790  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Entomology
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42791  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42793  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42794  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Animal Science
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42795  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Plant Science
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42796  Wage Positions  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Food Science
  04/18/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42741  Accounting Assistant 2  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, Office of Donor & Member Services
  02   04/17/2014  04/23/2014  
 42742  Accounting Assistant 2  University Park Campus
   - Division of Development and Alumni Relations, University Development, Office of Donor & Member Services
  02   04/17/2014  04/23/2014  
 42734  Accounting Assistant 3  University Park Campus
   - Corporate Controller's Office, Student Financial Services
  03   04/17/2014  04/23/2014  
 42753  Adjunct Instructor in Business and IST  Penn State New Kensington
   - Penn State New Kensington, Academic Affairs
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42755  Adjunct Instructor in Engineering  Penn State New Kensington
   - Penn State New Kensington, Academic Affairs
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42754  Adjunct Instructor in Liberal Arts  Penn State New Kensington
   - Penn State New Kensington, Academic Affairs
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42756  Adjunct Instructor in Sciences  Penn State New Kensington
   - Penn State New Kensington, Academic Affairs
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42746  Administrative Support Assistant 3  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Chemistry
  03   04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42738  Administrative Support Assistant 4  University Park Campus
   - College of Engineering, Dean's Office, Academic Programs
  04   04/17/2014  04/30/2014  
 42736  Information Technology Manager 4 (Assistant Project Director, Human Resource Information System)  University Park Campus
   - Executive Vice President and Provost/Senior Vice President for Finance and Business, Enterprise Systems Project Office/Office of Human Resources
  04   04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42740  Instructor in Computer Languages  University Park Campus
   - College of Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering
  04/17/2014  05/09/2014  
 42547  Maintenance Worker Utility  Penn State Fayette
   - Penn State Fayette
Grade 09 04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42737  Mobile App Designer and Developer  University Park Campus
   - College of Education, Learning and Performance Systems
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42757  Part-time Biological Research Technician  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Division of Mathematics & Natural Science, Biology
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42725  Postdoctoral Research Associate  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42749  Programmer/Analyst 3 (Lead Application Programmer/Analyst)  University Park Campus
   - Undergraduate Education, Office of Student Aid
  03   04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42723  Records Specialist 3 (Degree Audit Specialist)  University Park Campus
   - Undergraduate Education, Office of the University Registrar
  03   04/17/2014  04/30/2014  
 42748  Research Assistant  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biology
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42747  Research Associate  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/17/2014  05/01/2014  
 42744  Research Technologist  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  01, 02   04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42750  Summer Research Assistant (PSU Students Only)  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Various Departments
  04/17/2014  07/31/2014  
 42743  System and Network Security Analyst  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Computer Security
  03, 04   04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42752  Wage Position  University Park Campus
   - College of Agricultural Sciences, All Departments
  04/17/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42707  Adjunct Faculty  Penn State Abington
   - Penn State Abington, Academic Affairs
  04/16/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 42701  Sales Specialist 3  University Park Campus
   - Outreach, Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy - New Business Development
  03   04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 42692  Summer Student Wage Positions (PSU Students Only)  Penn State Beaver
   - Penn State Beaver, Various
  04/15/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 42674  Wage Payroll Positions Summer 2014  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Maintenance and Operations
  04/14/2014  05/30/2014  
 42686  Postdoctoral Scholar  University Park Campus
   - Eberly College of Science, Physics
  04/12/2014  ** Until Filled **   
 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  04/30/2014  
 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  
 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  
 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 **   
 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  07/25/2014  
 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  ** Until Filled **   
 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 **   
 42614  Research and Development Engineer 2  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Intelligent Control Systems
  02   04/09/2014  04/23/2014  
 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 **   
 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 **   
 42570  Professional Tutors  Penn State Brandywine
   - Penn State Brandywine, Academic Affairs
  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 **   
 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  04/30/2014  
 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 **   
 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  ** Until Filled **   
 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 **   
 42483  Instructor in Human Development & Family Studies  Penn State Altoona
   - Penn State Altoona, Academic Affairs, Division of Education, Human Development and Social Sciences
  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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 42297  Administrative Support  Penn State Fayette
   - Penn State Fayette, Continuing Education
  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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 41943  Campus Coordinator for Nursing Programs  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
   - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Nursing Program
  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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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  
 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 **   
 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 **   
 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  
 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 **   
 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  
 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  04/23/2014  
 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  04/23/2014  
 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  04/23/2014  
 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 **   
 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 **   
 38334  Administrative Support Coordinator 4  University Park Campus
   - College of Engineering, Nuclear Reactor
  04   12/12/2012  04/24/2014  
 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  04/23/2014  
 32257  Research and Development Engineer  University Park Campus
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Transduction and Array Technology
  03, 04, 05   05/28/2010  04/23/2014  
 32006  Research and Development Engineer  Warminster, PA
   - Applied Research Laboratory, Navigation Research and Development Center
  00   04/16/2010  04/23/2014  
Biology Field Assistants (Part-time)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Altoona Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Altoona Job Number:  42898
Department:  Division of Mathematics & Natural Science, Biology    

Biology Field Assistants needed to conduct research. Work will be conducted outdoors. Position will be about 15 hours per week. Candidates typically must be current Penn State Altoona students, majoring in Biology, have completed their sophomore year, and have a GPA of 3.3 or higher.

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Facilities Representative
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42878
Department:  Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - F - Non-exempt
02 - G - Non-exempt

The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences is seeking a Facilities Representative to serve as primary point of contact for users of Huck Facilities to report problems, resolve complaints, and liaison with OPP. This position will process tickets through the Huck Service Desk reporting system (Jira), then contact OPP utilizing Suite Req to place work-order. This position will Interact with occupants using Jira software to resolve problems, gain feedback, and prevent re-occurrence of maintenance issues. This position will also manage a database of all facility occupants and users, space assignment, and inventory of Huck Equipment. Coordinate renovation projects in 1 or more Huck Facilities. Serve as Access coordinator delegate and back up to unit access coordinator. Act as facility safety officer for 1 or more Huck facilities. Serve as POC with OPP and occupants in 1 or more Huck facilities, while interacting with faculty and staff to schedule events, downtime, and shutdowns in the facility. 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 two 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. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and the use of spreadsheet and database applications is required. Experience with a Service Desk reporting system or Facilities Management or Asset system such as Jira, Suite Req, or Maximo is highly 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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Fixed-term II Faculty Positions for 2014/2015 Academic Year (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42841
Department:  Continuing Education University Park    

Continuing Education University Park at The Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA) seeks to hire numerous fixed-term II faculty positions (part-time) throughout the 2014/2015 academic year in the following disciplines: Accounting, African American Studies, Art, Art History, Business Administration, Business Law, Bio Behavioral Health, Biological Science, Biology, Curriculum and Supervision, Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Communication Arts and Sciences, Chemistry, Comparative Literature, Computer Science, Counselor Education, Criminology, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Dance, Earth, Economics, Educational Leadership, Educational Psychology, Educational Theory and Policy, Engineering Design, English, Engineering, Finance, Geosciences, Health Policy Administration, Human Development and Family Studies, History, Integrative Arts, Instructional Systems, Information Sciences and Technology, Italian, Kinesiology, Labor Studies and Employment Relations, Mathematics, Management, Microbiology, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Music, Nursing, Nutrition, Organizational Leadership, Philosophy, Photography, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Rehabilitation and Human Services, Religious Studies, Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management, Science, Supply Chain Management, Sociology, Spanish, Statistics, Theater and Workforce Education. These courses are offered primarily during the evening. Instruction for each course is required one to two evenings per week. Courses will be offered in University Park, Lewistown, or Williamsport. A Master`s degree in area of discipline is required. Applications must be submitted electronically and include cover letter, curriculum vitae and three reference letters. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as need arises.

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Head Coach, Men's and Women's Fencing
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42887
Department:  Men's and Women's Fencing Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - M - Exempt

The Pennsylvania State University is accepting applications for the job of Head Men’s and Women’s Fencing Coach. The University seeks a dynamic and experienced leader with a strong commitment to NCAA Division I-A athletics, compliance, academics, character, diversity, and the academic and athletic experience of the student-athlete. Responsible for maintaining and strengthening a nationally competitive fencing program by presenting a clear vision and strategy for a winning program aggressive in the pursuit of NCAA Championships. Responsible for directing all aspects of the men’s and women’s fencing staff in recruitment, practice and competitive events. Requires significant administrative responsibilities, including the management of personnel, operations, and budget of the fencing program. Evaluates and recruits qualified student-athletes to The Pennsylvania State University whose athletic skills make them highly competitive in the NCAA and whose academic abilities make them outstanding candidates for a meaningful academic experience and graduation from the University. Embraces diversity and demonstrates inclusion; maintains commitment to departmental engagement, including collaborative interaction with athletics staff and coaches. Serves as a positive, inspirational leader for the fencing program, the athletic department, and the University. Establishes and maintains effective relationships within the athletics department, the University, community, Nittany Lion Club, booster clubs, alumni, high school coaches, media and the general public. Candidate must engage in the personal, academic and athletic development of student-athletes and is responsible for the program’s strict compliance with University, Big Ten Conference, and NCAA regulations. The successful candidate will accept the Team Monitor role, as outlined in Penn State’s Athletic Integrity Agreement, and thereby assume responsibility for disclosure of wrongdoing, monitoring the program and creating an atmosphere of integrity. The Intercollegiate Athletic Department is committed to hiring a diverse staff and actively encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus six years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Coaching at the Division I-A level preferred. Proven organizational, evaluation, administrative, and communication skills; a demonstrated ability to work well under pressure; and knowledge of NCAA regulations required.

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Lab Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42880
Department:  Chemistry    

Lab Assistant Position available in the Chemistry Department from May 28 through August 20 for 40 hours/week. This person will be working on understanding the interactions of Cu2+ ions with lipid bilayers containing phosphatidylserine lipids. In this position the candidate will be doing quenching studies in the presence of a fluorophore and a bulk competitor over a range of PS concentrations. The candidate is also required to investigate whether Ab can swipe the Cu2+ from the membrane. This candidate needs to have expertise in lab-on-a-chip fabrication, work with supported lipid bilayers, fluorescence microscopy, the mass spectrometry of lipid oxidation, and related surface science techniques. Preference is given of a person with Chemistry Graduate Level experience. Applications will be received until May 1, 2014.

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Occupational Therapy Instructor and Fieldwork Coordinator
Campus/Location:  Penn State Shenango Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Shenango Job Number:  42890
Department:  Academic    

Penn State Shenango invites applications for a one-year, renewable fixed-term Instructor in Occupational Therapy and Fieldwork Coordinator position to start in August 2014. Responsibilities: Oversee all aspects of both Level I and Level II fieldwork selection and placement; establish new fieldwork sites; develop and oversee service learning; provide consultation to clinical educators; provide support and intervention as needed to clinical educators and students during fieldwork; provide evaluation and recommendations for continued use of each fieldwork site; teach assigned courses; comply with all Penn State policies and ACOTE standards. Participate in professional organizations; participate in ongoing program development; advise students; participate in campus committees and activities. Engage in activities to remain current in the discipline. Qualifications: Master’s degree required; current PA licensure required as OTR or COTA; minimum 5 years clinical experience; minimum 1 year post-secondary teaching experience. Candidates with clinical experience in psychosocial occupational therapy practice will be given priority consideration. For more information about the campus, visit www.shenango.psu.edu.

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Part-time Engineering Instructors (Non-tenure Track) for Fall 2014
Campus/Location:  Penn State Great Valley Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Great Valley Job Number:  42899
Department:  Engineering    

Penn State Great Valley seeks part-time instructors (non-tenure track) in our Engineering graduate programs. Master`s required, Doctorate in the discipline preferred and prior teaching experience, preferably at the graduate level, is required. Teaching assignments may include online or at the campus in Malvern in late afternoons and evenings. The review process will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Applicants should submit an electronic dossier (no paper submissions please) including 1) a cover letter, including areas of teaching interest; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) a list of courses taught at the graduate and undergraduate level; and 4) a statement on teaching philosophy addressed to: Dr. James Nemes, Director of Academic Affairs, Penn State Great Valley. Information about Penn State Great Valley and the programs offered can be found at http://www.sgps.psu.edu/

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Part-time Instructor in Secondary Education English/Communications for Summer 2014
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Education Job Number:  42915
Department:  Curriculum and Instruction    

We are seeking a part-time Instructor to teach courses in the SECED English/Communications major. The successful candidate would teach language arts methods for grades 7-12 teacher education in the areas of English and communications. Experience teaching undergraduate English education methods required, and prior secondary school English teaching required. To apply applicants should submit a letter of application documenting qualifications for the position, a current curriculum vitae and the names, mail and email addresses and telephone numbers of at least three references.

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Part-time Management Instructors (Non-tenure Track) for Fall 2014
Campus/Location:  Penn State Great Valley Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Great Valley Job Number:  42900
Department:  Management    

Penn State Great Valley seeks part-time instructors (non-tenure track) in our Management graduate programs. Master`s required, Doctorate in the discipline preferred and prior teaching experience, preferably at the graduate level, is required. Teaching assignments may include online or at the campus in Malvern in late afternoons and evenings. The review process will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Applicants should submit an electronic dossier (no paper submissions please) including 1) a cover letter, including areas of teaching interest; 2) a curriculum vitae; 3) a list of courses taught at the graduate and undergraduate level; and 4) a statement on teaching philosophy addressed to: Dr. James Nemes, Director of Academic Affairs, Penn State Great Valley. Information about Penn State Great Valley and the programs offered can be found at http://www.sgps.psu.edu/

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Peer Tutors- Brandywine Summer Bridge Program (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Brandywine Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Brandywine Job Number:  42892
Department:  Academic Affairs    

We are now accepting applications for Peer Tutors for our Brandywine Summer Bridge Programs. This program is designed to prepare entering students for the academic expectations they will face during the Fall semester. All Tutors receive training during the week of June 23rd for the individualized instructional design of the Brandywine Summer Bridge Programs. The program extends from June 30th to July 31st. Flexible work hours are possible. Qualifications: Attendance at the Brandywine Campus for at least two semesters. Demonstration of interest in helping entering students adjust to college expectations. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. An “A” grade in your Math and/or English course. Faculty reference.

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Postdoctoral Fellow
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42896
Department:  Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology    

The Pennsylvania State University`s Department of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to survey and identify high-risk pathogens threatening the Pennsylvania agriculture using both the molecular and conventional tools. Main responsibilities include:(a) identifying Phytophthora isolates/species via sequencing and phylogenetic analysis, (b) assisting researchers at PDA in conducting real-time PCR-based detection of P.ramorum in stream samples and plant materials from local surveys; and (c) developing molecular diagnostic tools for selected pathogens. The candidate will work at the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) in Harrisburg, which is located about 1.5 hours away from the Penn State University Park campus. 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 Plant Pathology, Mycology or related discipline(s)completed by start date. Experience in phylogenetics and molecular diagnosis is highly desirable but not essential. Interested applicants should upload a letter of interest, CV and contact information for three references addressed to Dr. Seogchan Kang.

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Research Associate - Experimental Atomic Physics
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42889
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics at The Pennsylvania State University is seeking to fill a research associate position to investigate quantum degenerate Fermi gases confined in optical lattice potentials. The candidate will join a group led by Prof. Kenneth O’Hara. The position entails the creation and study of novel states of matter which emerge in a strongly interacting system of fermionic atoms in order to deepen our understanding of a broad class of strongly correlated Fermi systems more generally. Requirements include a Ph.D. in Physics and a history of Ph.D. level research experience in experimental physics. Past experience with the creation and study of quantum degenerate gases using laser cooling techniques is preferred. The successful candidate will be encouraged to enhance their research credentials through publications, and to guide graduate and undergraduate students. 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. Kenneth O’Hara (kohara@phys.psu.edu). 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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Research Technologist 1
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42881
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt

The laboratory of Dr. Tim Miyashiro in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is seeking a Level 1 Research Technologist. The Miyashiro Lab studies the natural symbiosis established between the Hawaiian bobtail squid and the marine bacterium Vibrio fischeri. The Research Technologist will contribute to the research as directed by the principal investigator by cloning a promoter reporter plasmid library. This primary task includes cloning PCR-amplified, V. fischeri promoter regions into a sequencing vector, and sub-cloning these promoter regions into a V. fischeri promoter reporter plasmid. Other responsibilities will include coordinating the operational activities and providing support services to researchers related to coordinating, maintaining, and ordering lab supplies; overseeing undergraduate students contributing to the construction of the promoter reporter library; and ensuring safe practices and environmental consciousness are exhibited in decisions. The successful candidate should be hard-working, reliable and enthusiastic. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology or a related field 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 possibility of re-funding.

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Research Technologist 1
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42891
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt

The laboratory of Dr. Craig Cameron, in the department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, is seeking a Research Technologist I. The ideal candidate will be familiar with routine sub-cloning methods and protein expression and purification. Some experience with biochemical assays is also desirable. Candidates should be willing to work with radioactivity, biosafety level 2 pathogens and/or mouse models. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree pr higher in BMB or MICROB plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year with possibility of re-funding.

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Research Technologist 1
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42893
Department:  Department of Nutritional Sciences, Laboratory for the Study of Human Ingestive Behavior Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt

The Laboratory for the Study of Human Ingestive Behavior seeks candidates for a Research Technologist 1. Responsibilities include taking a lead role in conducting experiments on human eating behavior using established protocols, including the recruitment and testing of adults and children, food preparation, supervising undergraduate students, and data scoring and entry. Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently are a must. Typically requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher in nutrition, food science, psychology or related discipline plus one year of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Familiarity with basic computer software such as MS Word and knowledge of experimental methodology and food or laboratory experience preferred. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with good possibility of re-funding.

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Student Summer Intern (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42879
Department:  The Office of Vice President for Research    

Institutes within the Office for the Vice President of Research are seeking motivated individuals to participate in student internships related to a project to migrate several Institute-related websites into the Drupal content management system. Interns will also have the ability to experience other initiatives within the Institutes and will gain valuable experience working as a member of the IT department. Candidates must be reliable, driven and have experience in web design and development. They should be familiar with Drupal or similar content management systems, HTML and CSS. PHP experience would also be helpful in this position but is not required. Candidates should have excellent verbal and written communications skills. This is a paid internship with the possibility of college credit for successful candidates.

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Wage Jobs (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/23/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Student Affairs Job Number:  42885
Department:  Student Affairs    

Student Affairs is seeking a number of Penn State students and non-students to fill part-time, and/or temporary wage payroll jobs for the current academic year and the 2014/15 academic year. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Academic Youth Camp Counselor (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42836
Department:  Conferences and Institutes    

Conferences and Institutes is seeking counselors for the Summer Honors Music Institute. Counselors are responsible for the supervision and safety of minors participating in this camp. Counselors are housed in campus housing and are responsible for up to 10 campers. Counselors must complete mandated reporter training and a successful background check.

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Adjunct/Part-time Instructors
Campus/Location:  Penn State DuBois Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Dubois Job Number:  42595
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State DuBois is seeking applications for part-time Adjunct Faculty for the Fall 2014 semester 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
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Graduate School Job Number:  42833
Department:  Office of the Dean of the Graduate School Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - F - Non-exempt

The Graduate School is seeking an Administrative Support Assistant to support multiple Graduate School Directors and their offices. Responsibilities include: Perform data entry and maintain databases. Assist with coordination/implementation of meetings and all activities associated with the annual Graduate Exhibition, professional development activities and workshops for graduate students, and alumni and development meetings and special events. Attend meetings; prepare meeting minutes and other reports. Update and make routine changes to web and wiki pages. Assist in the preparation of various budgetary forms and process financial transactions in IBIS. Assist with reviewing ERS reports; serve as proxy approver. Update and maintain relevant student information in the student information system. Review student financial accounts to confirm eligibility for funding programs and handle inquiries from students. Assist with monitoring University General and Restricted Funds accounts to confirm charges and reconcile balances. Prepare and distribute various communications to college deans, administrators of graduate education, and graduate program heads. Maintain and update listservs. Assist with creation and distribution of various forms, publications including invitations and programs, and promotional materials. Answer inquiries (via telephone or electronic media, as well as in person) regarding the Graduate School and its departments and general inquiries regarding graduate education. Establish and maintain confidential and other files, records, databases, and reports (electronic and/or hardcopy), assisting with efforts to ensure that University records and retention guidelines are met; includes document scanning/imaging and maintenance of meaningful indexing and tracking methods for archived information. Maintain office inventory and order/purchase office supplies. Process incoming mail and assist with phone triage. Arrange travel and process post-travel documentation. Provide backup for other administrative support assistants as needed. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Excellent computer skills are required: Microsoft Office (including Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint) proficiency required; IBIS, ISIS, ERS, and Data Warehouse experience is strongly preferred. Additional experience with MURA or other content management system, wiki spaces, EIS, eBuy, and eSteward is desirable. The successful candidate must be a team-oriented professional who is self-motivated and has excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication, organizational, and customer service skills as well as the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Conscientious attention to detail is essential, including in handling quantitative information/data. Financial or accounting experience is highly valued. Consistent high quality and thoroughness of work is essential. Review of application materials will begin on May 5.

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Administrative Support Coordinator 4
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42848
Department:  Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - H - Exempt

Responsible for providing administrative support to Department Head and Faculty. Coordinate and oversee office administrative operations in order to maintain an efficient, customer service oriented environment and positive work climate. Participate in the hiring, training and supervising of office staff. Research and compose drafts for correspondence, reports, and recommendations. Coordinate course scheduling, monitor enrollments, and facilitate course evaluations. Assist Department Head in budget preparation and budget management. Audit all expenditures to contracts, grants, and general funds. Monitor and project income, expenditures and balances. Perform budget modeling, forecasting, and financial planning. Assist faculty in preparing and managing budgets for funded projects. Maintain computer-based tracking systems to generate reports. Serve as Department human resources coordinator working closely with the College Human Resource Manager. Keep abreast of pertinent University guidelines and serve as a resource to employees and applicants on policies, procedures, and deadlines. Resolve routine issues and employee concerns. Serve as a back-up for other office personnel. Act on behalf of the Department Head as appropriate during his/her absence. Experience with budgets is a must. Experience with IBIS, Excel, Microsoft Access, ISIS, ERS, and FIT is strongly desired, as is prior supervisory experience. The successful candidate must possess excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills; attention to detail; ability to work cooperatively with faculty, staff, and students including those from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. 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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Athletic Trainer/Emergency Responder (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42869
Department:  Athletics    

Person must have the proper certification to assist in basic first aid, CPR, and as an emergency situation responder. This individual may be a certified athletic trainer, a certified nurse, or a certified emergency technician. Compensation will be based on experience level. Each sport camp hires there Athletic Trainer/Emergency Responder. Position begins 30 min. prior to the camp each day. Most days camp will run from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. or 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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Biology Lab Assistant Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42825
Department:  Biology    

The Department of Biology has numerous wage openings in faculty research labs. Applications must be submitted electronically, and should include a completed online Application Form. Preference will be given to full-time registered PSU students. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as need arises.

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Co-Director
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42882
Department:  Chemistry    

The Chemistry Department seeks a co-director of the Chemistry summer undergraduate research program. Highly qualified applicants must have a Ph.D. in chemistry; experience directing undergraduate research, writing grant proposals and annual reports for federal agencies, managing budgets, conducting formative and summative program assessment, and collaborating with chemistry faculty; and a proven track record of dedication for increasing and ensuring broad participation in science, including women and under-represented minorities. This is a part-time, fixed-term position for a period of 12 weeks beginning in May. Apply on-line and submit a cover letter and cv.

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Data Clerk (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42824
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Pennsylvania State University has an opening for a short-term Data Clerk. The duties will involve working to import scientific articles related to infectious diseases into a digital library. Once the journal article is loaded into the system, will need to ensure details such as journal name, author, date, etc. are accurately listed in the digital library. Applicants should demonstrate an interest in infectious disease and have excellent computer skills. Applicants should include a cover letter, CV and list of references. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Desk Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  University Libraries Job Number:  42874
Department:  Branch Library (Earth and Mineral Sciences Library)    

The Branch Libraries seek a customer service oriented individual to provide assistance at the reference and circulation desk. Responsibilities include providing service to library users; performing circulation transaction functions; opening and/or closing the library; assisting in the location of materials in the stacks, Course Reserves, reference, and on-line collections; shelving library materials, shelf-reading and maintaining collections; miscellaneous clerical, technological, and problem solving activities and projects assigned by or in absence of full-time staff; and answering general information and basic reference questions. Experience in a public service setting preferred especially library experience and excellent computer skills preferred. Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills required. Requires the ability to follow directions and keep a schedule. Must be willing to work a combination of evening, weekend and day time hours and be a dependable team player. This position may include hours at multiple Branch Libraries. Maximum 20 hrs./week. Work schedule will vary per semester (may include evening and weekend hours). To be considered for this position, you must complete the online application. Providing a cover letter and resume is optional.

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Desk Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  University Libraries Job Number:  42876
Department:  Branch Library (Engineering Library)    

The Branch Libraries seek a customer service oriented individual to provide assistance at the reference and circulation desk. Responsibilities include providing service to library users; performing circulation transaction functions; opening and/or closing the library; assisting in the location of materials in the stacks, Course Reserves, reference, and on-line collections; shelving library materials, shelf-reading and maintaining collections; miscellaneous staff assistant, technological, and problem solving activities and projects assigned by or in absence of full-time staff; and answering general information and basic reference questions. Experience in a public service setting preferred especially library experience and excellent computer skills preferred. Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills required. Requires the ability to follow directions and keep a schedule. Must be willing to work a combination of evening, weekend and day time hours and be a dependable team player. This position may include hours at multiple Branch Libraries. 8-10 hrs./week. Shifts available Sunday through Saturday. Must work evening and weekend hours and be available to work during the summer with option to continue in Fall Semester. To be considered for this position, you must submit the online application. Submitting a cover letter and resume is optional.

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Desk and Shelving Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  University Libraries Job Number:  42875
Department:  News and Microforms Library    

The News and Microforms Library, part of the Arts and Humanities Library, seeks an individual to assist in a varied and stimulating work environment. Responsibilities include shelving/shifting collections, assisting with inventory and maintenance of collections, creating signs and labels as appropriate and assigned projects. Responsibilities may also include working at the News and Microforms Library reference desk during non - peak hours. Requires attention to detail and organizational skills. 6-15 hrs./week. Evening and weekend hours may be required. To be considered for this position, applicants must have an undergraduate Summer work-study award and must submit an online application. Submitting a cover letter and resume is optional.

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Distinguished Undergraduate Researcher
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42865
Department:  Cyber Innovation Division    

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. This position will explore ways that malware (software with nefarious intentions) can be examined. Duties include: Familiarization with the various categorizations of malware, identify how to construct a safe environment for studying malware, and work with ARL personnel to establish such an environment; study benign code at the source, assembly, and binary/execution levels and assess what existing tools are available for both assessing code and instrumenting a computer to monitor its behavior while the code is executing; explore automated means for stimulating applications to detect behaviors (e.g. fuzzer); and if appropriate tools do not exist, then the student will develop a tool for conducting specific software code analysis. 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. Job Requirements: Sophomore entering Junior year in the following majors: Electrical Engineering; Computer Science; Computer Engineering; or Information Science and Technology. 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.

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Educational Leadership Course Developers
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42863
Department:  Education Policy Studies    

We are seeking part-time course developers for the 2014-2015 academic year. These positions will begin Fall Semester 2014 with the possibility of renewal for Spring 2015. Course developers work in conjunction with Educational Leadership faculty and World Campus instructional designers to develop courses for on-line offering (EDLDR 480, Intro to Educational Administration, and EDLDR 576, school law). Required qualifications include evidence of an earned doctoral degree in Educational Leadership or a related field; evidence of a commitment to excellence in teaching including use of current technology, commensurate with experience; evidence of a commitment to working collegially and with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Salary is competitive. Applicants must submit a letter of application documenting qualifications; a current curriculum vitae; and the names, email addresses, and phone numbers of two academic references who can speak to your teaching abilities.

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Extension Educator 2 (4-H Youth Development Educator)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Extension Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42864
Department:  Penn State Extension, Clearfield County Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Exempt

Penn State Extension in Clearfield County is seeking an individual who will function as a team member of the Penn State Extension 4-H Youth Development Unit working directly with statewide faculty and staff. The individual represents Penn State University and the College of Agricultural Sciences in interpreting, applying, and disseminating the latest research findings in Youth Development, Volunteer Management, and Science and Technology. Major responsibilities will include planning, implementing, conducting and evaluating a broad educational program for youth involved in a wide range of 4-H project curriculum areas and serving as the 4-H program coordinator for Clearfield County. This individual will also serve on the State 4-H Volunteer Management and Development Team. This includes maintaining and expanding existing local 4-H club programs, supervision of programs delivered by other professional staff, program assistants, and volunteers, building community collaborations and partnerships, managing an expanding revenue enhancement portfolio, developing volunteer resources, and developing a professional development plan. Specific program responsibilities include: Provide the expertise to compliment and support the 4-H efforts through individual and team efforts that will expand the Clearfield County 4-H clubs and other outreach to youth, including school enrichment and camping opportunities. Provide leadership education to volunteers and youth. Identify opportunities and educational needs of youth in the county and provide age appropriate educational opportunities for those individuals. Develop and expand a countywide 4-H marketing plan to increase public awareness and participation. Ensure that leaders and participating youth comply with state guidelines and adhere to 4-H policies. Recruit, screen, and train appropriate club leaders and volunteers. Serve on the state team to enhance volunteer development. Serve as a liaison between clientele and appropriate faculty in the College of Agricultural Sciences, as well as other colleges, institutions of higher education, and outreach partners. Demonstrate competency in operating in a team environment in the 4-H Youth Development Unit with faculty, educators and other staff. Assist in the development of a statewide educational business plan to support the 4-H unit programming. Develop a unit action plan followed by an accomplishment report. The Educator is responsible for submitting program, administrative, and financial reports as appropriate to the unit and District. Write and secure grants and develop revenue enhancement strategies to obtain additional resources to initiate new educational programs or enhance ongoing programs. This could be an individual effort or in cooperation with other staff in the unit or District. Oversee fiscal responsibilities for the Clearfield County 4-H program. Use a variety of traditional and new technological delivery methods to develop workshops, seminars, demonstrations, “on-line” courses and/or other educational strategies to communicate the latest technologies to youth and volunteer leaders. Prepare educational materials that are relevant to and that enhance the educational process for targeted individuals and groups. Use technology, mass media and personal contacts in the delivery and management of high quality extension educational programs. Ensure that train-the-trainer sessions and resources for 4-H leaders provide them with on-going support, enabling these key volunteers to assist youth in developing record-keeping, communications, decision making, marketing, and problem solving skills. Participate in regional or state 4-H events as appropriate. Ensure compliance with the affirmative action plan. Through public notification and “All Reasonable Efforts,” make all programs accessible to 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 Extension Program Leader and District Director. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher (Master's degree preferred) plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preference will be given to candidates who have a degree in youth development, education, animal science education, or volunteer development and who have 4-H experiences. 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 and effective communication skills necessary to work effectively with youth, parents, leaders, government officials, and the general public. Seeking a self-motivated individual with excellent organizational skills. An interest in computer applications and distance learning technology is desired. 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. Candidates must also be willing to work flexible hours.

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Facilities Supervisor 3 (Supervisor of Roofing/General Services)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Office of Physical Plant Job Number:  42867
Department:  Buildings and Grounds Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt

Buildings and Grounds, a division of the Office of Physical Plant, is seeking a talented and motivated individual to join our team as the Supervisor of Roofing/General Services in our Maintenance Service Department. This position is responsible for a crew of approximately 11 technicians comprised of Roofers and Area Maintenance Technicians at the University Park Campus. Maximizing the productivity of the crew including; assignment of work, verification of time spent on task, reviewing time cards, adjusting crew size by hiring and the use of temporary resources, communicating with the Scheduler, providing appropriate training, and acquiring the required tools and equipment. Ensure quality and customer satisfaction by reviewing the planned work, conducting site visits to review work in progress, and discussing the planned and completed work with customers. Provide leadership to the crew by monitoring the work environment and making the appropriate adjustments, and by identifying and capturing opportunities to improve or expand services. Advocate for safety by completing safety inspections, conducting accident investigations, track and provide the appropriate training, identify and resolve gaps in the crew safety plan. Accomplish the required administrative tasks including responding to messages and requests, documenting activities, and responding to discipline issues. The supervisor will need knowledge of the tools, skills, and techniques required to complete roof maintenance and installation. The Supervisor manages the work to ensure value to customer while balancing multiple budgets. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 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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Facilities Supervisor 5 (Supervisor of HVAC Services)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Office of Physical Plant Job Number:  42866
Department:  Buildings and Grounds Level/Salary Band/Classification:  05 - J - Exempt

Buildings and Grounds, a division of the Office of Physical Plant, is seeking a talented and motivated individual to join our team as the Supervisor of HVAC Services in our Building Services Department. This position is responsible for a crew of approximately 24 technicians that is focused on the reactive maintenance of HVAC and refrigerant systems at the University Park Campus. Maximizing the productivity of the crew including; assignment of work, verification of time spent on task, reviewing time cards, adjusting crew size by hiring and the use of temporary resources, communicating with the Scheduler, providing appropriate training, and acquiring the required tools and equipment. Ensure quality and customer satisfaction by reviewing the planned work, conducting site visits to review work in progress and discussing the planned and completed work with customers. Provide leadership to the crew by monitoring the work environment and making the appropriate adjustments, and by identifying and capturing opportunities to improve or expand services. Advocate for safety by completing safety inspections, conducting accident investigations, track and provide the appropriate training, identify and resolve gaps in the crew safety plan. Accomplish the required administrative tasks including responding to messages and requests, documenting activities, and responding to discipline issues. Ensure all actions required meet the regulatory requirements associated with refrigerants. The Supervisor will need knowledge of the tools, skills, and techniques required to complete HVAC and refrigerant work. The supervisor manages the work to ensure value to customer while balancing multiple budgets. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus five years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 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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Fitness Instructors (for Exercise Psychology Laboratory) (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42859
Department:  Kinesiology    

The Exercise Psychology Laboratory in the Department of Kinesiology, College of Health and Human Development, under the direction of Dr. Danielle Downs, is seeking part-time Fitness Instructors to work intermittently up to 10-20 hours per week for an interdisciplinary project funded by National Institutes of Health (NIH). This research project focuses on developing and delivering an individually-tailored, behavioral intervention to manage gestational weight gain during pregnancy. The Fitness Instructors will meet with individual participants on a weekly basis and guide them through physical activity education and a moderate-intensity physical activity session (e.g., treadmill walking, low impact aerobics, cycle ergometer, stretching, low-impact resistance training). Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, organization and management of the physical activity sessions, space, and intervention protocol; training and supervising research assistants; data collection; oversight of safety protocol for physical activity; and supervising flow of participants through the physical activity portion of the study. Minimum requirements are a Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology, fitness, psychology, or a related field; or an equivalent combination of education and related work experience. CPR certification, fitness certification, and one-on-one fitness experience are preferred. The successful candidate must possess exemplary organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills. The job may require flexible work hours including evenings and weekends. These are part-time appointments. Hours will vary based upon need. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted online and should include a cover letter and resume or C.V.

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Graduate Research Assistant in English Language Leaner Education (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42844
Department:  Curriculum and Instruction    

We invite applications for a Graduate Research Assistant in English language learner education under the direction of Dr. Megan Hopkins. The position includes 120 hours of research support, beginning May 1, 2014, and ending December 15, 2014. The Graduate Research Assistant will assist with a Research-Service Partnership project requiring travel to Hazleton, Pennsylvania. Responsibilities include data collection such as afterschool program observations as well as interviews and focus groups with program participants; transcription; data analysis; assistance with report writing and program development. Candidates should have a Master’s degree in Teaching English as a Second Language and experience working on research or other projects focused on English language learners and afterschool programs. Applicants should submit a letter of application documenting qualifications for the position, a current curriculum vitae/resume, and at least three names, mail and e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers of three references.

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Human Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42860
Department:  Surgery/Otolaryngology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Non-exempt
03 - H - Non-exempt

Recruit, consent, and schedule subjects/participants for lab visits and surveys. Maintain subject/participant database. Organize lab materials, conduct data collection, and monitor incoming data for accuracy. Troubleshoot for technical problems and maintain the integrity of the project protocol. Monitor the safety and confidentiality of the project and its subjects/participants. Assist the Principal Investigator with Institutional Review Board amendments, continuations, and renewals. Ensure all lab personnel have appropriate training for work with human subjects. Manage project finances including purchases of supplies and lab materials; reconcile receipts and purchases; submit subject/participant payment forms and travel reimbursement. Train others to collect, enter, score and interpret data. Prepare reports summarizing data gatherings; meet with appropriate individuals to discuss data and insure consistent interpretation or results. Search for funding sources and assist in preparing grant submissions and abstracts. May supervise undergraduate research assistants, medical students, and/or part-time staff. 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. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Experience with REDCap helpful. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with good possibility of re-funding.

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Human Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42873
Department:  Department of Public Health Science Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Non-exempt
04 - I - Non-exempt
05 - J - Exempt

This job involves assisting Professor Jonathan Foulds in conducting research on nicotine psychopharmacology and tobacco smoking cessation. Much of the clinical work will be provided by clinical staff (nurse, respiratory therapist, etc.) but the job will assist with the research components of smoking cessation treatment with laboratory studies of new tobacco products and smoking cessation interventions. Tasks will include, but are not limited to: preparation of research protocols; submission and maintenance of IRB approvals; recruitment, consenting, data collection and follow-up on research participants; data coding, analysis and reporting, including statistical analysis and production of graphics; drawing and storage of fluids (e.g. blood, urine, saliva) for biochemical analysis (biochemical analysis carried out by another staff member); production of research reports and grant applications; presentation of research at scientific meetings; experience conducting human psychology research, including face-to-face interaction with research volunteers, consenting, recruitment, assisting with IRB applications, etc. 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 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 working or assisting with behavioral/health research is preferred. The candidate should be well organized with excellent communication skills and have an interest in a career in health/psychology research. This job will involve local travel in the Central PA area and transportation is required. Some evening work may be required at times. 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. This is a fixed-term appointment funded through June 30, 2015 with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Instructor (Fixed-term 1), Early Childhood Education
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42845
Department:  Curriculum and Instruction    

We are seeking a full-time, fixed-term 1 instructor to join the faculty in the Early Childhood Education program for the 2014-15 academic year. The primary responsibilities associated with this 36-week appointment are teaching courses in the Early Childhood Education program and actively participating in long-range plans to develop an ECE Inclusion coursework track. Specific courses the successful candidate will be asked to teach may include, but will not be limited to, the ECE 451 – Introduction to ECE course, possibly ECE 453 – Children, Families and School Partnerships course, and other ECE courses as needed. The successful candidate will also be asked to assume certain faculty and administrative responsibilities for the Early Childhood Education program and the CAEAD PreK-4 teacher certification program. Desirable qualifications and experiences for a candidate include: graduate-level training in Early Childhood Education and/or Early Childhood Education Inclusion and/or Bilingual/Multilingual PreK-4 settings; experience teaching in Early Childhood Education and/or Early Childhood Education Inclusion and/or Bilingual/Multilingual PreK-4 settings; graduate-level training in and/or experience with inclusion and/or bilingual/multilingual co-teaching models in PreK-4 settings; experience and/or demonstrated potential for teaching pre-service teacher education courses focused on Early Childhood Education and/or Early Childhood Education Inclusion and/or Bilingual/Multilingual PreK-4 settings; 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 contact information for three references.

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Instructor in Rural Sociology
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42847
Department:  Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education    

The Department of Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education, College of Agricultural Sciences, seeks applicants for a part-time instructor position to teach RSOC 11 Introduction to Rural Sociology, in the second summer session 2014. This course is a resident course. Classes begin July 2 and run through August 13. The course is scheduled to meet each week day, Monday through Friday. Qualifications: Master’s degree with relevant coursework in Rural Sociology or a related field (e.g., sociology), and experience in teaching or working as a teaching assistant in the classroom setting. Salary: Competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Benefits will depend on the type of appointment negotiated. Application: Applicants should submit a brief letter of application, statement of teaching interests and experience, and the names and contact information for two professional references (no letters need to be submitted at this time), and evidence of teaching quality, if available. For information on the department and its programs, see: http://www.aese.psu.edu/.

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Instrument Room Assistants (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42857
Department:  Chemistry    

The Undergraduate Chemistry Department seeks to hire undergraduate students to work part time in the Undergraduate Chemistry Instrument Room for Fall and/or Spring Semesters. Applicants must be available to work between 2-10 hours per week and must have taken Chem 213 at University Park. Applicants will be trained to use the NMR, IR, GC and GCMS. Preference will be given to Chemistry students. Resume and applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as the needs arises.

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Lab Research Intern (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42838
Department:  Department of Surgery    

Seeking a part-time, summer Lab Research Intern in the department of Surgery. A successful candidate will have a demonstrated interest in laboratory research and will be responsible for performing the following job duties: assisting in laboratory procedures in order to gain hands on experience in laboratory research; performs basic laboratory procedures (under supervision) such as making solutions, simple assays, centrifuges, setting up equipment, and operating laboratory instrumentation; collecting research information by performing library searches; collecting, entering, and analyzing data; providing general laboratory maintenance such as restocking and picking up supplies. This position is a temporary part-time position working between 20 to 30 hours per week. Must be available May 19th, 2014. Specific work hours are determined by department.

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Laboratory Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42828
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Pennsylvania State University has an opening for a Laboratory Assistant position for summer of 2014 (May 12 –August 22). The duties will involve working in the Center for Eukaryotic Gene Regulation with Dr. Song Tan. The job duties include creating recombinant DNA plasmids, expressing recombinant proteins in E. coli, purifying recombinant proteins from E. coli extracts using affinity and ion-exchange chromatography, performing enzyme assays, setting up crystallization trials, and maintaining laboratory equipment. Applicants should have prior experience and familiarity with recombinant DNA methods and have taken Chemistry in their freshman year. 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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Laboratory Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42829
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Pennsylvania State University has an opening for a Laboratory Assistant position. The duties will involve working with Dr. Rolls in the Center for Cellular Dynamics. The duties will involve performing Drosophila genetics, live imaging of neurons, data analysis using ImageJ. Applicants should have prior experience and familiarity with genetics, microscopy and analysis of image data. 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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Laboratory Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Vice President for Research Job Number:  42843
Department:  Materials Research Institute    

The Materials Research Institute is seeking 2 undergraduate students to work as part-time Laboratory Assistants for the summer. Successful candidates will help with laboratory studies in electronic ceramics. This is a part-time position that will work around 20 hours per week.

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Laboratory Assistants (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42830
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Pennsylvania State University seeks to hire numerous wage payroll laboratory assistants throughout the summer of 2014 and the 2014/2015 academic year. These positions will involve washing dishes, making media, autoclaving media, and sterilizing pipette tips. Applicants should include a cover letter, CV and list of references. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as need arises.

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Laboratory Assistants (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42831
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Pennsylvania State University seeks to hire numerous wage payroll laboratory assistants throughout the summer of 2014 and the 2014/2015 academic year. These positions will involve assisting faculty and lab personnel with various research in the labs, performing experiments related to the research, and attend weekly research meetings. Applicants should include a cover letter, CV and list of references. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as need arises.

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Maintenance Worker (General) C
Campus/Location:  Penn State Beaver Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Beaver Job Number:  42600
Department:  Grade:  09  

Assist the Maintenance Mechanics in the performance of duties by handing tools, holding materials, cleaning work areas, changing filters in heating and ventilating systems, etc. Operate tractor and power lawn mowers to cut grass. Assist in planting and transplanting shrubs, trees, grass, etc.; rake and shovel soil; weed and clean flower and shrub beds, etc. Rake and remove leaves; pick up paper and other debris; rake, sweep and remove cinders, dirt and debris from walks, roads, parking lots and lawns, using power and/or hand tools as required. Shovel snow and chop ice; spread cinders, sand, and other anti-skid materials on walks, roads and parking areas; operate power snow removal equipment. Sweep walks, driveways, and parking areas; clean catch basins and road drains. Assemble tables, platforms, etc. and rearrange or move furniture for social events or activities. Clean assigned areas of building such as sweeping and mopping floors, corridors, stair towers, cleaning toilet rooms, vending areas, etc. Wash windows inside and outside. Operate powered janitorial equipment such as scrubbing and buffing machines, vacuum cleaners, etc. Replace burned out light bulbs both interior and exterior and clean fixtures. Load and unload trucks; store items as instructed; report damaged items to supervisor. Unlock and lock building entrances and room doors as assigned; close and lock windows; turn out lights. Operate University vehicles. Job Requirements: Requires reading, writing, adding, subtracting and carrying out instructions to perform duties. Up to 3 months effective experience. Shift and Days Off: Tuesday - Friday: 12:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturday: 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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Office Staff Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42852
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of The Pennsylvania State University has an opening for an Office Staff Assistant position. The duties will involve assisting departmental staff in light typing, copying/filing/scanning. Also answering telephone, greeting and directing visitors and delivering items on campus. Applicants should include a cover letter, CV and list of references. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Part-time (Fixed-term 2) Instructors in Counselor Education
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42835
Department:  Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education    

We are seeking to hire fixed-term II (part-time) Instructors to teach graduate courses in Counselor Education for the 2014-15 academic year. Salary is $4,000.00 per course, commensurate with education and experience. Required qualifications include an earned doctoral in Counselor Education or closely related field as well as demonstrated successful work in counseling, teaching, or administrative/supervisory experience; evidence of a commitment to excellence in teaching including use of current technology, commensurate with experience; evidence of a commitment to working collegially and with individuals from diverse backgrounds, commensurate with experience. If you have questions relevant to the position’s responsibilities, contact Dr. Richard Hazler at hazler@psu.edu. 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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Part-time Research Assistant in Motor Control, Cognition, and Neuroimaging Laboratory
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Health & Human Development Job Number:  42872
Department:  Kinesiology    

The Department of Kinesiology’s Motor Control, Cognition, and Neuroimaging Laboratory seeks candidates for a part-time summer position as a research assistant to work approximately 30 hours per week or 75% effort under the direction of Dr. Kristina Neely. Research in the lab focuses on understanding how the central nervous system organizes the preparation, execution, and inhibition of skilled, purposeful actions. Technologies used in the lab include behavioural measures of force control and reaching movements, measures of cognition and attention, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Responsibilities include recruitment and testing of research participants, MRI scanning, management of participant databases, and general laboratory administration. Minimum requirements are a B.S. degree in kinesiology, psychology, neuroscience, engineering, or a related field; or an equivalent combination of education and related work experience. All candidates should have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. The ability to manage multiple simultaneous projects and attention to detail are essential. Experience in computer programming and familiarity with statistics desired. Applicants must apply online and submit at minimum a letter of application and a resume or CV.

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Penn State All-Sports Museum Birthday Party/Event Staff (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42870
Department:  Penn State All-Sports Museum    

The Penn State All-Sports Museum is looking for part-time Birthday Party and Event Staff for the spring 2014 and summer 2014 with potential to continue through the fall 2014 and spring 2015. The positions involve prepping and hosting birthday parties. Must be available on weekends, some evenings, the week/weekend of Arts Fest and July 4th. Must be outgoing, work well with children, have strong customer service skills, be a self-starter, and have a generalized interest in sports (expertise is not required). All employees must undergo a background check, mandatory reporter training and Clery Act training.

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Penn State All-Sports Museum Staff (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42871
Department:  Penn State All-Sports Museum    

The Penn State All-Sports Museum is looking for part-time staff for the summer with potential to continue through the fall 2014 and spring 2015. The positions involve welcoming visitors to the museum, processing admissions and a variety of special event programming. Must be available during the week and weekends, some evenings, the week/weekend of Arts Fest and July 4th. Must have strong customer service skills, be a self-starter, and a generalized interest in sports (expertise is not required). Familiarity with the museum and experience working with a variety of demographics is preferred. All employees must undergo a background check, mandatory reporter training and Clery Act training.

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Postdoctoral Scholar
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42877
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Tim Miyashiro at The Pennsylvania State University in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (sites.psu.edu/miyashirolab) to investigate the role of heterogeneity in bacterial gene expression during bacterial transmission within the squid-vibrio symbiosis. Work will involve microbial genetics, two-photon/confocal microscopy, and image analysis. Candidates must possess a strong publication record that demonstrates extensive experience with both bacteria and quantitative fluorescence microscopy. Candidates also possessing experience with mentoring undergraduate students are encouraged to apply. This position is funded for one year, but it may be extended by fellows applying for their own postdoctoral fellowship support. While working on this project, it is also expected that fellows will contribute to the routine maintenance of the squid facility. Please apply online and include a cover letter, CV, statement of career goals, and contact information for at least three references.

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Programmer/Analyst
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42861
Department:  Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - J - Exempt
03 - K - Exempt
04 - L - Exempt

Penn State Outreach Marketing is looking for a Programmer with a solid background in SQL and PHP. Java knowledge is a plus. Responsibilities include data integration using SQL query building tools and CMS work (WordPress and Drupal). Data integration duties include creating data mappings, design, implement, debug, test, and thoroughly document data integration jobs. You will also work closely with our CRM unit. Familiarity with ETL tools (such as Talend or Informatica) and CRM systems (such as Talisma) are a plus. CMS duties consist of specialized management of several WordPress sites, including building/maintaining a continuous integration systems, plugin/module development, infrastructure enhancements, and participating in the ongoing improvement and development of the Penn State World Campus site. Candidates need to be comfortable handling several projects at once, willing to learn and master new skills, and act responsibly with FERPA data. Ability to work collaboratively with a small team is essential. 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. Competencies critical to success are: proven ability to plan and meet deadlines; demonstrated successful experience in a team environment; and a commitment to life-long learning. 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 & Online Education’s diversity initiative.

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Programmer/Analyst Intern (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42842
Department:  Outreach Marketing    

Penn State University Outreach Marketing is looking for a paid Intern to work 20 hours per week over the summer (June 2 – August 22). Responsibilities include validating documentation, performing quality assurance tasks, testing documentation management systems to determine functionality and ease of use, and making recommendations where documentation and processes need improvement. The skills needed to be successful are a high level of comfort with technology and the ability to follow technical instructions to perform operations such as editing files, running OS commands, and managing a server environment. No previous experience in these areas is necessary, only the ability to follow technical instructions. Technology skills that are a plus but are not required: Windows OS, Linux OS, Drupal, WordPress, PHP, Python, HTML, JavaScript, Java, SQL.

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Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42849
Department:  Entomology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Non-exempt
03 - H - Exempt

The Department of Entomology at Penn State seeks a technician to advance insect ecology and management. Primary responsibilities will be to design and implement field and lab studies that advance the potential of a diverse array of wild bee species to achieve pollination services in agroecosystems, and enhance our understanding of migratory processes of lepidopterans. Additional projects will focus on improving management of invasives and vectors of plant pathogens. Assist in measuring bee visitation rates, nest density, pollen utilization patterns, and natal source of migratory lepidopterans through field sampling destined for molecular haplotyping. Establish and maintain pheromone traps. Obtain field data on landscape use, agricultural management practices, and plant species and phenology. Supervise summer wage employees. Prepare outputs from these studies in formats useful to scientific audiences and the general public. Deliver presentations at professional meetings, and contribute written portions to manuscripts designed for peer-reviewed. Serve as facilitator between lab personnel and commercial farmers to help ensure safety in field settings, and help ensure lab safety and communication. Participate in teleconferences and meetings with grant collaborators. Manage Cloud storage of research datasets. 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. Master's degree is preferred in Entomology, Ecology, or related field. Technical expertise in bee identification, curation, and behavior, and pollination efficacy, among diverse bee species, diverse plants species, and in diverse field settings. Experience in organizing data, statistical analyses, writing for scientific audiences and Extension outlets, providing content for websites, and communicating in classroom settings with adult audiences. Excellent communication and teamwork skills are essential. Enjoyment of field work in agricultural settings. Familiarity with pesticide labels will be helpful. 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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Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42850
Department:  Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - G - Non-exempt

The Roossinck lab in the department of Plant Pathology and Environmental Biology, Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics is seeking an individual for a Research Technologist position to act as Lab Manager and assist the PI in organizing lab space, maintaining lab stocks; glassware cleaning; working with lab members with research projects; routine restocking; acting as lab safety officer; and maintaining an independent research project in conjunction with the PI. 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. Experience in working with RNA a plus. Excellent organization skills are 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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Residence Life Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Student Affairs Job Number:  42851
Department:  Residence Life    

Residence Life is hiring a number of Penn State students to fill part-time positions in the residence halls. Duties may include assisting with programs, light office work, coordinating special projects, being on-call. Criminal background check required.

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Science Writer (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42826
Department:  Dean's Office, Media Relations and Public Information    

The Eberly College of Science Office of Media Relations and Public Information is seeking a part-time temporary Science Writer. Primary duties include writing press releases, under deadline, concerning research, events, and awards. The candidate must be able to work well in both independent and collaborative situations. Being a team player is an essential part of the job. Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, good judgment, organizational skills, and ability to work on multiple assignments concurrently. Experience with Chicago Manual of Style, Mac-based platform, and InDesign required. This is a part-time position working 24 hours per week. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. To apply, submit a cover letter, resume, and recent writing sample. Salary is commensurate with qualifications.

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Stockroom /Lecture Demonstration Assistants (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42858
Department:  Chemistry    

The Chemistry Department is seeking part-time Assistants to work in the chemistry stockrooms and/or to provide assistance with lecture demonstrations. Duties may include chemical preparation, arranging teaching laboratories, distributing items from the stockroom window, cleaning laboratories, set up of chemical demonstrations and cleaning of glassware. Preference will be given to undergraduate students enrolled in a science major. Hours are flexible to accommodate student’s academic schedule. Multiple positions are available each semester. Resume and applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as the needs arises.

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Summer Camp Counselor/Instructor (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42868
Department:  Athletics    

Each summer sport camp is accepting applications for employment. Requirements include: must be a high school graduate, have specific sport knowledge, ability to communicate, ability to recognize different levels of ability, and the desire to teach the basics of the sport. Special preference will be given to individuals with CPR certification. Each camp will hire a different number of staff based on the campers signed up to attend. Position requires staff members to be in attendance a minimum of 15 minutes prior to the beginning of camp. Compensation will depend on the number of campers per camp. Most day camps run from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. or 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Systems Administrator
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42862
Department:  Network and Engineering Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - K - Exempt
04 - L - Exempt

This position will lead and/or assist in the planning, design, and maintenance of high performance computer (HPC) hardware systems, as well as support unclassified and classified computer and networking needs, to include HPC, disk solutions, computer networks, and data backup systems. Duties include: Evaluate and develop new and improved hardware solutions and systems; maintain and integrate current hardware; ensure proper operation, configure, and maintain system and user identified software applications; support end-user issues; and assist with general office and Laboratory networking needs on the Windows network. This job will be filled at a level 3 or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate’s education and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computer Science, Information Science and Technology, or another Engineering or Science degree, 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. Experience in Linux Cluster Systems and Windows Backbone Systems is preferred. Experience requirements include: Unix, Linux, storage systems, backup, HPC, and Windows server environments; C, Fortran, PERL, or other scripting language; and LDAP, Active Directory, and other Windows server based software. The successful candidate must be able to work independently, but along with the Office IT group. Candidates selected will be subject to a government security investigation. Your must be a U.S. Citizen to apply. This is a one-year, fixed-term renewable appointment.

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Teaching Assistants (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42853
Department:  Chemistry    

Chemistry Teaching Assistants (TA`s) are needed to teach general and organic chemistry laboratories during the Summer, Fall and Spring semesters. Competitive salary, flexible hours and training provided. Bachelor’s degree in chemistry or related field required. Resumes and applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as the need arises.

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Undergraduate Student Graders (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42854
Department:  Chemistry    

The Undergraduate Chemistry Department seeks to hire Undergraduate students to grade Fall and/or Spring in the following courses: Chem 112H, Chem 202, Chem 203, Chem 210, Chem 212, Chem 310, Chem 430, Chem 450, Chem 452, and Chem 466. Applicants must have taken the course in the past two years and received at least a B+. Preference will be given to Science Majors. When applying to grade, please be specific as to which course you are applying for. Resumes and applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as the need arises.

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Undergraduate Student Proctors (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42856
Department:  Chemistry    

The Undergraduate Chemistry Department seeks to hire Undergraduate students to work part time as exam proctors for the Fall and/or Spring semesters. Proctor assignments include transporting exams, seating students, monitoring test, collect exams and checking IDs. Daytime and evening hours are available. Resume and applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as the need arises.

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Undergraduate Student Tutors (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42855
Department:  Chemistry    

The Undergraduate Chemistry Department seeks to hire Undergraduate students to work part time as a tutor during the Fall and/or Spring Semesters in the Chemistry Resource Room. The Resource room hours are Sunday through Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Applicants are required to have taken and successfully passed upper level Chemistry Courses. Preference will be given to Science Students. Resumes and applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as the need arises

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Undergraduate Teaching Assistants (PSU Students Only) (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42827
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is seeking a qualified undergraduate student to serve as a Teaching Assistant. Duties include recording turned-in homework problem sets, attending class, and holding a weekly recitation section. This position will be for 6-7 hours a week during the 2014/2015 Fall Semester. Qualifications included a good performance in Physical Chemistry (BMB 428 or CHEM 450). Applications 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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Undergraduate Teaching Assistants for Biochemistry Labs (PSU Students Only) (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42834
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is seeking qualified undergraduates to serve as teaching assistants for introductory level biochemistry lab courses. Students must have already successfully completed a biochemistry lab course offered through the BMB department with a grade of an A- or higher. Students need to be familiar with basic biochemistry and molecular biology techniques, and be comfortable interacting with and helping students perform experiments and analyze data. Duties may include weekly meetings with instructors, weekly pre-runs, preparatory work, sharing of necessary content knowledge, and grading. Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and names and contact information for 2 references (at least 1 of which must be a faculty member from the BMB department). The cover letter should explain why the applicant wants to serve as a teaching assistant as well as their career goals. The resume should include local address, phone number, semester standing, student GPA, expected graduation date, relevant professional experience, a list of the BMB and MICRB laboratory courses taken (including semester and instructor) and the grades received in those courses. The resume should also include a list of two other relevant courses (i.e. Micro 106, Micro 201, BMB/MICRB 251, or BMB401) and the grades received in those courses as well.

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Undergraduate Teaching Assistants for Microbiology Labs (PSU Students Only) (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/22/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42832
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is seeking qualified undergraduates to serve as Teaching Assistants for introductory level microbiology lab courses. Students must have already successfully completed an introductory level microbiology lab offered through the BMB department with a grade of an A- or higher. Students need to be familiar with basic microbiology techniques, and be comfortable interacting with and helping students perform experiments and analyze data. Duties may include weekly meetings with instructors, weekly pre-runs, preparatory work, sharing of necessary content knowledge, and grading. Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and names and contact information for 2 references (at least 1 of which must be a faculty member from the BMB department). The cover letter should explain why the applicant wants to serve as a teaching assistant as well as their career goals. The resume should include local address, phone number, semester standing, student GPA, expected graduation date, relevant professional experience, a list of the BMB and MICRB laboratory courses taken (including semester and instructor) and the grades received in those courses. The resume should also include a list of two other relevant courses (i.e. Micro 106, Micro 201, BMB/MICRB 251, or BMB401) and the grades received in those courses as well.

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Berkey Creamery Cheese Processor Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42822
Department:  Berkey Creamery    

The Penn State Berkey Creamery is currently seeking students who are looking for part-time work on campus and are at least 18 years old. No experience is needed, but each candidate, if hired, is required to work at least one 4 hour shift during each weekend. Job duties include some heavy lifting, packaging culture products, using scales, labeling and recording products accurately, food preparation of various products, cleaning and sanitizing instruments and area as needed. Applicants must be able to follow simple directions and instructions from supervisors. Candidates must also have initiative to work on their own and get the job done. At this time, we require all candidates to currently be students. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Berkey Creamery Stockroom Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42823
Department:  Berkey Creamery    

The Penn State Berkey Creamery is currently seeking students who are looking for part-time work on campus and are at least 18 years old. No experience is needed, but each candidate, if hired, is required to work at least one 4 hour shift during each weekend. Job duties include heavy lifting, emptying garbage cans, cutting dry ice, assisting customers with large orders, stocking coolers, rotating products, various closing duties and cleaning as needed. Applicants must be able to follow simple directions and instructions from supervisors. Candidates must also have initiative to work on their own and get the job done. This position requires you to work in cold conditions. At this time, we require all candidates to currently be students. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Berkey Creamery Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42819
Department:  Berkey Creamery    

The Penn State Berkey Creamery is currently seeking students who are looking for part-time work on campus, at our Creamery store. No experience is needed, but each candidate, if hired, is required to work at least one 4 hour shift during each weekend. Job duties include scooping ice cream, running the registers, stocking the shelves of the store and cleaning as needed. Applicants must be able to follow simple directions and instructions from supervisors. Candidates should have good customer service qualities. At this time, we require all candidates to currently be students. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Certified Life Guard for Child Care Centers at Penn State (University Park) (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42803
Department:  Human Development & Family Studies (HDFS)    

Penn State’s HDFS Children’s Programs seeks candidates for a part-time summer job as a certified life guard. This position will be responsible for guarding children (minors) from the Bennett Family Child Care Center and the Child Care Center at Hort Woods during visits to the outdoor pool at the Penn State Natatorium. The position is for 10 hours per week, Monday to Thursday from 12:30 to 3:00 p.m. Must be available to work beginning June 24 through August 7, 2014. The successful candidate must hold current life guard certification, have an active American Red Cross Water Safety Training certification and must complete a physical exam and tuberculosis test. Background checks must be successfully completed, including Act 34 clearances, PA Child Care Clearances, and FBI fingerprinting. This position is required to complete Penn State’s on-line training as a Mandated Reporter of Child Abuse before starting. Experience working with children ages 5 to 12 preferred. To be considered, candidates must apply on-line. Please include at least 2 letters of recommendation (or names and contact information for references) with cover letter and resume. For additional information about the position, contact WLO2@psu.edu.

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Chemical Preparation Technician (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42816
Department:  School of Science    

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College School of Science is seeking a temporary part-time chemical preparation technician. Applicants should have experience working in chemistry laboratories. Duties include preparation, set-up, removal of chemicals and equipment for laboratory courses; maintenance of equipment and chemical inventory of chemistry stockroom. This is a part-time position working 15-20 hours per week with specific work days and hours determined by the chemistry program based on the laboratory course schedule. Review of applications will begin immediately. Start date July 1. Please submit a cover letter, resume and one additional document that includes contact information of three professional references (names, phone number and e-mail).

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Financial Coordinator
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Information Technology Services Job Number:  42798
Department:  ITS Financial Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - F - Non-exempt
03 - G - Non-exempt

This position reports to the Assistant to the Financial Officer of ITS with a primary emphasis on reviewing and approving IBIS, ERS and eBuy+ documents for the major units in ITS. Stay current with, interpret and apply Penn State policies, especially financial policies and guidelines, and act as a liaison between the Financial Officer and units for policy and procedure clarification. Process bi-monthly wage/payroll through Labman and IBIS for all ITS wage employees. Receive and record all cellular income and allotments. Serve as primary contact for deposits with Auxiliary and Business Services and coordinate and assist Financial Officer and Assistant Financial Officer with audit timelines and deadlines. Review various transactions for compliance, assist with equipment audits and verify proper policies and procedures are being followed on P-Card transactions. Serve as primary backup and assist the Assistant Financial Officer with the Pay and Effort process for personnel transactions, maintain approval paths, monitor auto-post transactions and perform other duties as assigned. Manage restricted funds account set up, oversight and reporting as necessary. Attend Financial Services unit meetings, attend monthly Financial Officer meetings, and serve on various committees and assist with ITS functions on a voluntary basis. 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 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. Experience with IBIS Financial, FIT, Data Warehouse, ERS, eBuy, Labman preferred. Candidate should possess strong organizational and communication skills, work well independently and on teams, be self-initiating, have a detail-oriented approach and the ability to work through interruptions.

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Fixed-term 2 (Part-time) Positions
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Earth & Mineral Sciences Job Number:  42818
Department:     

The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for Fixed-term 2 positions for Summer and Fall 2014. Positions can require a Bachelor’s degree, Master’s, or Ph.D. depending on the position. Education requirements vary depending on the specific position filled and usually are required in a related field or discipline. 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. We encourage applications from individuals of diverse backgrounds.

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Instructional Faculty
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42809
Department:  Statistics    

Subject to funding, positions may be available in the Department of Statistics at The Pennsylvania State University at the ranks of Instructor, Senior Instructor, Lecturer, or Senior Lecturer, depending on qualifications, beginning August 2014. Appointments may be made for one-year fixed-term positions, with renewal possible depending on needs of the Department. The courses for which this position would be responsible might range in level from introductory undergraduate-level courses to upper-level undergraduate courses and possibly graduate-level service courses for non-statistics students. The possibility of teaching in an online setting also exists. A Ph.D. in statistics or a closely related field is preferred; a Master's degree is required. We encourage applications from individuals of diverse backgrounds. Additional information about the department can be found at http://www.stat.psu.edu/. Applications must be submitted electronically and include a cover letter, CV, statement of teaching experience and two reference letters. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found. These will be fixed-term positions funded for one-year from the date of hire with the possibility of re-funding.

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Laboratory Assistants (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42807
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics is seeking wage payroll hires for the 2014-15 academic year to perform research in faculty laboratories. Applicants interested in research may be asked to compile and analyze data. Applications must be submitted online, and should specify research interests. Education requirements vary depending on the specific position filled. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis, and positions will be filled as needed.

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Network Systems Specialist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Information Technology Services, Telecommunications and Networking Services Job Number:  42799
Department:  Operations Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - K - Exempt
04 - L - Exempt

University's state-wide enterprise WAN and LANs. The successful candidate will be responsible for diagnosing, and correcting network troubles and performance issues; analyzing network traffic; ensuring proper operation of new network services; and assisting in development\acquiring of network management tools. This position interfaces with equipment and circuit vendors as well as University faculty, staff and students. On-call coverage and overnight travel is required. 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 plus four years of work 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. Work related background with enterprise LANs and controller-based 802.11 wireless systems including experience with RF propagation, 802.11 wireless protocols, authentication methods, VLANs, Spanning Tree, and Layer 3 switching preferred. Moderate knowledge of data manipulation via structured queries and regular expressions. Experience with network monitoring applications is required. Industry standard network certifications preferred. Aruba/Airwave experience preferred. Must be detail oriented, well organized, self-starter with the ability to work with diverse teams in a fast paced, dynamic environment. Requires the ability to manage multiple projects concurrently. Must have strong communication and customer relation skills. Must be capable of lifting up to 50 lbs. with or without accommodation. 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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Office Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42804
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics is seeking wage payroll hires for the 2014-15 academic year for general office assistance. General office duties typically include but are not limited to filing, faxing, copying and scanning. Applications must be submitted online, and will be received on an ongoing basis. Positions will be filled as needed.

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Physics Preparation Technician (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42817
Department:  School of Science    

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College School of Science is seeking a temporary part-time physics preparation technician. Applicants should have demonstrated experience working in physics or related laboratories. Duties include set-up, use and removal of materials and equipment for physics laboratory courses; maintenance of equipment inventory of physics stockroom. This is a part-time position working 10-15 hours per week with specific work days and hours determined by the physics program based on the laboratory course schedule. Review of applications will begin immediately. Start date July 1. Please submit a cover letter, resume and one additional document that should include contact information of three professional references (names, phone number and e-mail).

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Postdoctoral Scholars
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Earth & Mineral Sciences Job Number:  42821
Department:     

The College of Earth and Mineral Sciences of The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for Postdoctoral Scholar positions for Summer and Fall 2014. Positions require a Ph.D. in a related field or discipline. 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. We encourage applications from individuals of diverse backgrounds.

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Research Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42814
Department:  Learning and Performance Systems    

We are seeking a part-time Research Assistant for summer 2014 who has knowledge and skill in diffusion of innovations and in the use of relational data-based systems for documenting and recording research records. High-level expertise in the use of ANGEL and Piazza, a web-based discussion system, is required. To be considered for this position, applications must be submitted online and should include a cover letter and resume.

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Research Assistant - Quality Talk Discussion Research Project
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42810
Department:  Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education    

This is a fixed-term, 48-week appointment position funded for one year from the date of hire with possibility of re-funding. The successful candidate will be appointed and will have the title of Research Assistant. The project is for a four-year period, National Science Foundation funded collaboration between Penn State, the University of North Carolina, and the University of Kentucky focusing on developing models for effective classroom discussion in high school chemistry and physics classrooms. Salary is competitive and full University benefits apply. You must be a United States Citizen. The Research Assistant will be responsible for working closely with chemistry and physics teachers in the high school setting. The candidate should have excellent writing skills, sound judgment, and problem solving abilities. They should also have exceptional interpersonal communication and organizational skills, with basic computer technology knowledge. This individual will be expected to participate in all phases of the project including design, implementation, data collection, analysis, and publication of results. Required and preferred qualifications include an earned post-baccalaureate degree in educational psychology, science education, measurement, or a closely related field; must be competent at engaging with school personnel (K-12) and district administrators; must be available for long distance and occasional overnight travel; should have some expertise and experience with qualitative or quantitative data collection; should demonstrate a favorable temperament with developing fluency about a wide-range of published research and related literature; should exert an inquisitive disposition toward important tasks; should possess an ambitious work ethic in the service of project goals; applicants should have research interests focusing on conceptual change, classroom discourse, argumentation, epistemic cognition, and/or measurement in the context of high school science classrooms; and middle or high school teaching experience would be a plus. Applicants must submit a letter of application documenting qualifications; a current curriculum vita; and the names, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers of three academic references who can speak to your research abilities.

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Research Technologist 2 (Research Technologist for Exercise Psychology Laboratory)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42806
Department:  Kinesiology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Non-exempt

The Exercise Psychology Laboratory in the Department of Kinesiology, College of Health and Human Development, under the direction of Dr. Danielle Downs, is seeking a full-time Research Technologist for an interdisciplinary project funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This research project focuses on developing and delivering an individually-tailored, behavioral intervention to manage gestational weight gain during pregnancy. The Research Technologist will work closely with Dr. Downs to manage the project. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, overall study management of meetings, tasks, protocols, and materials; training and supervising project staff and research assistants; supervising data collection, management, organization, and dissemination of findings; participant recruitment and procedures; and supervising flow of participants through the study. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer candidates with a degree in kinesiology, nutrition, psychology, behavioral science, business, or a related field. Master’s degree and prior experience with project management are preferred. The successful candidate must possess exemplary organizational, interpersonal, communication, and writing skills. Meticulous attention to detail and ability to manage multiple tasks efficiently and accurately are essential. Job necessitates meeting deadlines and working on study tasks that may require flexible work hours including evenings and weekends. Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office software programs is required. To be considered for this position, application must be submitted on-line and include a cover letter and resume/c.v. Review of candidates will begin immediately. Preferred start date is 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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Student Advocacy Specialist 3 (Student Support Coordinator)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Berks Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Berks Job Number:  42808
Department:  Student Affairs Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - H - Exempt

Penn State Berks is seeking a Student Support Coordinator to provide a broad range of support services designed to help students achieve their educational and career goals, and will serve as an educational advocate for students. The coordinator will develop and maintain strategies and initiatives to improve retention and graduation rates; focus on areas of concern or areas needing improvement to improve students’ educational experience; create, promote, and maintain a seamless transition across campus among departments, programs, and faculty regarding student retention. Duties include but are not limited to coordinate all aspects of the Educational Opportunity Program (ASPIRE) including design curriculum and expectations for a 1-3 credit First Year Seminar (FYS) course for all first year ASPIRE students; work with the Director of Student Support Services on existing retention efforts; develop new programs that promote student retention; and create a more formal retention effort across campus. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher in an education or social science related discipline plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and proficient computer competency. Experience working with at risk students is highly desirable. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. This is a 91.7% full-time equivalency (FTE) job. Months worked are July through May. Full Penn State benefits included. May require working some evenings and weekend hours.

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Student Youth Counselor (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State DuBois Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State DuBois Job Number:  42801
Department:  Continuing Education    

The Youth Counselor will work closely with program staff and classroom instructors in conducting an educational summer program for youth pre-kindergarten through high school at Penn State DuBois. Responsibilities may include assistance with registration, classroom activities, walking students to and from other locations, and other miscellaneous duties. Counselors will be required to participate in Mandated Reporter Training and an orientation program. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and a current Penn State student.

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Summer Youth Program Instructor (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State DuBois Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State DuBois Job Number:  42800
Department:  Continuing Education    

Penn State DuBois is looking for creative educators to teach in the Penn State DuBois youth program. Ideal candidates will be enthusiastic and have a desire to work with youth to increase their interest and knowledge in the arts, science, and technology, and provide challenging experiences which are not part of the regular school curriculum. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher and will require participation in Mandated Reporter Training.

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Videographer/Editor
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42820
Department:  Learning Design and Public Media Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Non-exempt
03 - H - Non-exempt

Penn State Public Media is seeking an experienced Videographer/Editor to join our creative group to acquire footage in various professional formats, and edit in Final Cut Pro. You will work as part of a team on design, lighting, camera, and editing, to produce projects ranging from long-form, national and local broadcast programs to short-form informational and promotional pieces. 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. Demonstrated graphic design sensibility, After Effects and Photoshop experience preferred. We seek candidates who are able to demonstrate experience and ability to advance Outreach and Online Education’s diversity initiative. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. In addition to uploading a cover letter and resume, please submit an application and demo reel to Penn State Public Media, 148 Outreach Building, University Park, PA 16802.

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Wage Payroll Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Communications Job Number:  42813
Department:  All Departments    

The College of Communications seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2013/2014 academic year as well as for the upcoming 2014/2015 academic year. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Payroll Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Information Sciences and Technology Job Number:  42811
Department:  All Departments    

The College of Information Sciences and Technology seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2013/2014 academic year as well as for the upcoming 2014/2015 academic year. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Waste Water Treatment Plant Worker, Spray Field
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Office of Physical Plant Job Number:  42533
Department:  Utilities Grade:  06  

Inspect effluent spray distribution systems; install, maintain, repair and replace equipment as necessary to include piping, posts, spray heads, valves, etc.; use various measuring instruments including gauges, transits, etc.; record and report malfunctions as they are observed. Perform maintenance and repairs to include lubrication of equipment, repacking valves, exercising valves, repairing all pipe and valve leaks, cutting and threading pipe, painting posts, etc. Open and close valves, drains and vents on the spray effluent distribution piping as directed and/or following a prescribed schedule. As scheduled, collect water samples from test areas and wells following prescribed procedures; adjust water rate at wells to draw sample at proper flow rate. Maintain buildings located at the spray fields in a clean, neat and orderly condition. Replace or repair gutters, exterior paneling, downspouts, garage door equipment etc., as necessary; remove debris from roof, gutters, downspouts, drains, etc.; perform minor plumbing repairs. Read site plan of spray distribution system configuration. Operate various types of machinery and equipment including skid steer loaders, mowers, chainsaws, stump grinders, etc. to clear brush, maintain grounds and roadways, and remove snow. Perform minor repairs on grounds equipment. Convert equipment for seasonal use and various functions; remove and sharpen blades such as those on mowers, stump grinders, chainsaws, etc.; change oil, lubricants and hydraulic fluid; change tires, belts, wiper blades, and spark plugs; charge or replace batteries. As necessary, drive tank truck; operate truck and trailer to transport equipment. Take daily meter readings in spray field area as directed. Maintain computer inventory spreadsheet. As required, assist Waste Water Treatment Plant operators and mechanics with routine and preventative maintenance of pumps, sludge press, chemical feed pumps, blowers, etc. Job Requirements: Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division including decimals and fractions to calculate flow rate from wells for tests, following sequential schedules in testing, running spray system, etc. Pennsylvania Commercial Driver`s License (CDL) Class A with tanker endorsement and airbrakes required. Pesticide Applicator`s License is required. Over 6 up to and including 9 months of effective experience. Shift and Days Off: Various 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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Women's Volleyball Coach (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State DuBois Date Announced:  04/21/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State DuBois Job Number:  42805
Department:  Athletics    

Coach’s Responsibilities will include but not limited to – design and coordinate practice and conditioning to prepare student-athletes to compete in Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) games as well as United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) championships. Moderate travel is required, recruitment and player development of prospective Penn State DuBois students, monitor academic progress of team members.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42788
Department:  Ag. Economics, Sociology and Education    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Ag. Economics, Sociology and Education seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Academic Adviser 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42739
Department:  Communication Sciences and Disorders Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Exempt

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) seeks candidates for the position of Academic Adviser. As a professional staff member, this full-time job will be responsible for academic advising of students who are enrolled in the major or exploring the CSD major (e.g., meeting with Division of Undergraduate Studies students seeking the major, students transferring to CSD as a major) in the College of Health and Human Development at University Park; meet with prospective students and their families; guide students in course selection and scheduling; assist in resolving academic problems, identify and monitor academic progress; ensure that content on the Department’s website is accurate and current; participate in New Student Orientation (NSO), Spend a Summer Day, Accepted Student Information Sessions and various College and University recruitment and retention programs; and assist in data management and the preparation of reports, surveys, and other documentation. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, ability to maintain confidentiality and accurate record keeping are essential. Working knowledge of Windows and word processing is required. Knowledge of ISIS, Excel, Access, Data Warehouse, and University policies and procedures is helpful. Review of applications will begin immediately. Please include names and contact information of three professional references with cover letter and resume. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Academic Adviser 2
Campus/Location:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Job Number:  42768
Department:  Academic Support Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Exempt

The Division of Undergraduate Studies at Penn State Lehigh Valley is seeking an energetic, self-motivated individual to deliver advising and related support services to diverse and special populations of students. The successful candidate will assist students with educational planning and course scheduling; interpreting degree audits and academic records; exploring majors and identifying entrance to major requirements; and clarifying University policies and procedures. A critical expectation of this position includes planning, promoting, coordinating, and monitoring of student retention activities. Additionally, this position will play a significant role in NSO (New Student Orientation) by assisting new students with course scheduling and registration, meeting with parents, advising students and making presentations. This position requires the use of advising technologies, the preparation of related reports, and the ability to form partnerships with students and the campus community in order to increase student persistence. Other related duties may be assigned. The successful candidate will value working with a diverse student population and should possess an understanding of both student development theory and theoretical approaches to academic advising. The expected start date will be on or around June 15, 2014. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred computer skills include standard office software. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and written/oral communication 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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Academic Youth Camp Counselor (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42761
Department:  Conference and Institutes    

Architecture and Landscape Architecture Camp (July 13-17, 2014) Conferences and Institutes is seeking Counselors for the Architecture and Landscape Architecture Camp. Counselors are responsible for the supervision and safety of minors participating in this camp. Counselors are housed in campus housing and are responsible for up to 10 campers. Counselors must complete mandated reporter training and complete a successful background check. The hours will be variable.

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Academic Youth Camp Counselor (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42765
Department:  Conference and Institutes    

Conferences and Institutes is seeking Counselors for the BOSS (Business Opportunities Summer Symposium) Camp. Counselors are responsible for the supervision and safety of minors participating in this camp. Counselors are housed in campus housing and are responsible for up to 10 campers. Hours are variable. Counselors must complete the Child Abuse training and successfully complete a background check.

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Administrative Support Coordinator
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42773
Department:  School of Humanities and Social Sciences Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - H - Exempt

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is seeking applications for the Administrative Support Coordinator. Reporting to the school director and supporting one 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; 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. A Bachelor's degree or higher plus related experience is preferred. Experience working in a college/university setting is strongly desired. 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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Administrative Support Coordinator 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Job Number:  42775
Department:  John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - G - Non-exempt

The Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering has an opening for an Administrative Support Coordinator. The position will manage all departmental budgets, entering all electronic expenditure documents into PSU financial system, approving all expenditure documents and proxying for Department Head as required. This position is also responsible for processing human resource forms for new wage payroll employees, appointment forms, and bi-weekly payroll forms for employees; reconciling Penn State purchasing card purchases for department; administering key policies and procedures for department, issuing keys to employees, processing all key requests, utilizing the Key Management System. The successful candidate will prepare proposal budgets utilizing the SIMS program, liaison with Principal Investigator, assuring all proposal requirements are met, complete technical forms and criteria required by agency, and submit the completed proposal to the agency. This position provides back-up to the Administrative Support Coordinator 5 in her absence and may supervise, hire, train and evaluate assigned support staff. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The successful candidate should have strong communication skills, both verbal and written, attention to detail, and a thorough understanding of budget management.

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Administrative Support Coordinator 3 (Office Manager)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Student Affairs Job Number:  42780
Department:  Counseling and Psychological Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - G - Non-exempt

Serve as Office Manager for the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and manage all CAPS office procedures and administrative processes. Provide primary administrative support to the Director and to the CAPS administrative team (associate/assistant directors). Responsible for interviewing, selecting, training, evaluating and supervising administrative support assistants, and student employees. Will process new hire paperwork for graduate assistants, wage payroll and student employees; including the projection and processing of wages. The Office Manager will prioritize assignments, coordinate workflow, redistribute work assignments as appropriate, as well as, conduct meetings for the administrative support assistants. Manage the office budget; perform routine budgetary transactions; process forms in IBIS; assist in the development of the annual spending plan and continually monitor expenditures; develop and monitor budget projections; manage grant/endowment budgets. Process daily/weekly billing of accounts and/or insurance; reconcile cash and credit card transactions. Provide support for the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH) including management of the CCMH budget and membership. Coordinate all projects requiring the Office of Physical Plant or outside vendors. Maintain Director’s calendar; arrange travel and reimbursements as necessary for the Director and other CAPS staff. Coordinate special projects, conferences, meetings and receptions. Attend meetings with Director or designee and coordinate follow-up actions. Gather and compile data for CAPS’ annual report. Initiate process improvements. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must maintain the highest standard of confidentiality as required of psychological services personnel.

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Assistant Coach, Women's Basketball
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Intercollegiate Athletics Job Number:  42784
Department:  Women's Basketball Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - J - Exempt

The Pennsylvania State University is seeking candidates for the job of Assistant Coach, Women’s Basketball. Assist with coaching the Intercollegiate Women’s Basketball Team, with particular regard for planning, organizing and conducting team practices. Assist in game preparations, strategies and game management. Plan, organize and conduct recruiting campaigns. Coordinate game and tournament arrangements. Develop new techniques and strategies. Assist in conducting clinics and workshops. Experience coaching at the Division I level preferred. 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 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:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42802
Department:  Public Health Sciences    

The Department of Public Health Sciences (DPHS) in the College of Medicine at The Pennsylvania State University in Hershey, Pennsylvania, seeks applicants for a faculty position (non-tenure-track) at the rank of Assistant Professor. DPHS currently has 42 doctoral faculty members (tenure-track and non-tenure-track) and 10 masters level faculty members in three divisions: Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Epidemiology, and Health Services and Behavioral Research (http://www2.med.psu.edu/phs/). Qualifications include a doctoral degree in public health or public health-related field associated with one of the three DPHS divisions. The successful candidate should have a strong interest in teaching and the administration of educational programs. Prior experience teaching in a Council on Education for Public Health-accredited school of public health or public health program is preferred. In particular, the successful candidate will be assigned the role as Deputy Director of the Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) program that DPHS is developing. DPHS initiated a Master of Public Health (MPH) program in 2011. It is anticipated that the successful candidate will expend approximately 50% as the DrPH deputy Director and the remaining effort on teaching MPH and DrPH courses. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience and credentials. Candidates should submit a letter of application including statement of current and future research interests, curriculum vitae, and names and contact information for three references. For your health, we are a non-smoking campus.

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Cocurricular Programs Manager 2 (HDFS World Campus Programs Instruction, Advising and Curriculum Coordinator)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health and Human Development Job Number:  42770
Department:  Human Development and Family Studies Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - I - Exempt

The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) seeks candidates who are committed to helping diverse students reach their potential and career goals through high quality online education, who want to work with experts from academia to promote student interest in human service careers and facilitate competitiveness in a global economy, who have an academic background and professional experience in these areas to work for Penn State’s HDFS World Campus programs. Reporting to the Director, this position will: assist with course development, on-going course revisions, and the maintenance of compliance standards of all HDFS world campus courses; coordinate ongoing assessment and evaluation of the HDFS world campus programs and courses and aim to implement strategies to maintain the high quality of our program as well as develop and refine metrics that are aligned with these strategies and goals; coordinate development, implementation, and evaluation of the internship program for HDFS world campus programs; assist with the development and implementation of short and long term strategic plans for HDFS World Campus programs (including the maintenance of certificate programs, associate degree program, the continued growth and development of the HDFS bachelor’s degree program, and assist with planning and development; and provide administrative support to the director of HDFS World Campus programs. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer candidates with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies or a related field as well as familiarity and/or experience with online program development, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Ph.D. preferred. Competencies critical to success in this role include: demonstrated high level of project management experience; ability to work in fast paced environment; excellent verbal and written communication skills; a team oriented attitude and collaborative approach to work; knowledge of academic requirements for programming and curriculum; negotiation and strategic planning skills; commitment to high quality academic programming; and effective decision-making based on data. The successful candidate will also have experience working with undergraduate students representing diverse backgrounds and career goals and in career services and career preparation related capacities. Preferred candidates will possess a thorough understanding of the unique needs of World Campus (online) students as it applies to building community, student development and engagement, and job preparation. Familiarity with municipal and community agencies, nonprofits, students, and faculty are preferred. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding. This is a 75% full-time equivalency (FTE) job. Will work 30 hours per week. Full Penn State benefits included.

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Engineering Support Specialist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Engineering Job Number:  42778
Department:  Engineering Science and Mechanics Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - H - Non-exempt
03 - I - Non-exempt

The Engineering Science and Mechanics Department’s Center for Innovative Sintered Products provides laboratory services including materials testing and processing. We seek a professional to support faculty and external clients in fabricating, testing, and analyzing samples for on-going laboratory research programs. The successful applicant will be expected to carry out standard laboratory tests offered by CISP for faculty and external clients. Other responsibilities will include training and supervising students and post docs in appropriate use of laboratory equipment; collecting, organizing and analyzing data for clients; preparing written or verbal research reports as required; preparing proposals for cost center services; establishing standard operating procedures (SOPs) for CISP scientific instrumentation and ensuring that safe operation procedures are followed; inventorying, calibrating, maintaining, troubleshooting, and updating hardware and software of CISP scientific instrumentation; and maintaining records of equipment usage, gas cylinders, and consumables. 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 in a technical program 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. Successful applicants must be reliable, quick-learning, highly organized, self-motivated, detail oriented, and have excellent communication skills. The 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 deadlines. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Enrollment Services Specialist (Military Admissions Counselor)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42779
Department:  Admission Services for Continuing Education and World Campus Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - F - Non-exempt
03 - G - Exempt

If you are passionate about serving and exceeding the expectations of military/veteran degree students studying through Penn State World Campus in all fifty states and around the world, then Penn State’s Admission Services for World Campus team may be the place for you. You will guide and advocate for a large and diverse population of adult learners navigating Penn State admission procedures. You will communicate with prospective and current military students in person, on the phone, and via email, and with peers in other administrative units. Assist in the development, planning and implementation of adult specific recruitment and retention programming designed for the military population, including open houses, information sessions, workshops, web-based events, and other related activities; coordinating with areas in support of World Campus. 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. Competencies critical to success are excellent oral and written communication skills; attention to detail; sound judgment; entrepreneurship; self-management; effective problem solving and organizational skills; strong desire to provide superior customer service and a proven track record of working effectively in a team environment. Additional responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to the following areas: veteran and military personnel recruitment, knowledge of Federal and State veteran benefits and scholarships. Solid computer skills required, including knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word), Web 2.0 technologies, chat, database software, and e-mail. Regular travel with evening and weekend hours, as needed. 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. 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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Head Coach Women's Basketball (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Lehigh Valley Job Number:  42769
Department:  Athletics    

Penn State Lehigh Valley is seeking a qualified, highly motivated person to join our athletic program as Head Women’s Basketball Coach. The successful candidate must have knowledge of both the required technical and tactical skills and the ability to communicate well with team players. Responsibilities include managing all aspects of a competitive team: including recruiting; planning; organizing and conducting team practices; traveling and supervising the team at away contests and coordinating home events. The Coach will be responsible for understanding and maintaining strict adherence to PSUAC and USCAA rules and regulations. Coaching experience at the high school or college level preferred. Salary will commensurate with level of experience.

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Human Resources Generalist (Human Resource Consultant)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42772
Department:  Office of the Dean Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - J - Exempt
04 - K - Exempt

The College of Education is seeking a Human Resource Consultant who will coordinate a wide variety of human resources activities for the College in a way which provides tangible HR value. The incumbent will provide services across multiple human resource functions including: employee relations, equal opportunity, organizational development, talent management and acquisition, total rewards, and compliance monitoring. In addition, this position will provide guidance and advice to managers, supervisors, and other employees on HR related issues. This position reports to the College of Education Human Resources Manager and operates with discretion within established guidelines. The candidate must possess an outstanding customer service orientation; a commitment to fostering diversity and equal opportunity; excellent written and verbal communication skills; aptitude for finding technology-driven approaches to ongoing work processes; the ability to work independently and cooperatively with various levels of administrators and staff; and excellent judgment and organizational skills. 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.

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Marketing Communications Specialist 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42777
Department:  Marketing, Recruitment and Advocacy Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - G - Exempt

Penn State World Campus is seeking a proven Marketing Communications Specialist to join our team to assist in developing and executing the Penn State World Campus brand marketing communication strategies. As a member of a cross-functional marketing unit, the successful candidate will work with an experienced team of marketing and web strategists, creative specialists, and market researchers to develop data-driven brand marketing and communications plans targeting Penn State World Campus prospective students, current students, and alumni. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The ideal candidate is someone who has excellent written and verbal communication skills, experience with social media and social media content strategies, experience planning and executing traditional and online communication strategies, and team building/cross-functional collaboration skills. The successful candidate will report to the Senior Brand Marketing Strategist for Penn State World Campus. 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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Part-time Faculty Positions
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42774
Department:  School of Science    

The School of Science at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College employs part-time instructors in astronomy, biology, chemistry, geoscience, geography, mathematics, and physics. Most part-time instruction is at the introductory college level. Needs depend upon course schedules, enrollments, and faculty leaves, and sometimes arise on relatively short notice. The school will accept applications at any time and keep them on file for consideration should vacancies occur. An M.S. or higher degree is required; teaching experience is preferred. Please submit a cover letter, resume/CV, and one additional document that should include the following items: copies of college transcripts, statement of daytime/evening availability, and names, email addresses, and phone numbers of two references.

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Professor of Practice in Psychology
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42785
Department:  Psychology    

The Department of Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park campus, invites applications for a full time, non-tenure-track, academic position to lead an online graduate-level professional program, the Master of Professional Studies in the Psychology of Leadership. Starting date may be negotiable, depending on the selected candidate’s circumstances, but we anticipate a starting date of August 15, 2014. The ideal candidate will have a degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology or a related field involving leadership with 10-15 years experience in a senior leadership, consulting or professional development role. A master’s degree is required, but a Ph.D. and previous teaching experience at a university level is preferred. In addition, candidates should have experience that demonstrates the ability to coordinate hiring, supervision, and evaluation of instructors; to effectively communicate with diverse audiences; and to engage in planning and strategy development. The successful candidate should also share a vision for a rigorous academic program grounded in practical applications. Experience with online learning is a plus, but more important is evidence of skills and experience relevant for overseeing an online education program. Responsibilities will include managing program staffing, coordinating admissions and student advising with academic service units, teaching selected online courses, possibly contributing to some course development, and serving as liaison to other units in the University. Program infrastructure will be provided by Penn State’s Outreach unit. Course offerings in the program are anticipated to begin in Spring 2015. Candidates should electronically submit a letter of application which includes concise statements of research/practice and teaching interests, as well as a description of how applicant’s skills and experiences fit the position and a curriculum vitae or resume. Three letters of reference should be submitted electronically to PsychApplications@psu.edu, with ATTN: MPS Program Search in the subject line. Review of applications will begin on May 1, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled. Questions about the position may be directed to James Farr (j5f@psu.edu). This is a fixed-term appointment for one year with the likelihood of renewal.

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Programmer/Analyst
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42781
Department:  Learning Design and Public Media Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - I - Non-exempt
02 - J - Exempt

The World Campus Educational Technologies group is seeking to hire a Programmer/Analyst to join our team. If you have talent and motivation and are looking to join a diverse group that is committed not only to enabling students to get the best on-line learning experiences, but also to helping you succeed, then this job is an exciting opportunity for you. We are seeking an individual who wants to make a significant contribution toward the design, development, deployment, and administration of educational software for distance education. 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. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated understanding of Web Application Programming, as well as knowledge of XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP. Experience programming Content Management Platforms and Java is strongly preferred. Experience being active in an open-source community is highly desirable. The candidate must adapt to rapidly changing priorities and have excellent organizational and written and spoken communication skills. The candidate must also be able to work efficiently in both independent and collaborative situations. Knowledge of an Object Oriented programming language as well as the ability to train others is desirable. Experience with relational databases, Web server administration, version control systems (Mercurial or Git), API programming, RSS, and XML is a plus. 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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Public Safety Officer (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Greater Allegheny Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Greater Allegheny Job Number:  42758
Department:  Police Services    

Penn State Greater Allegheny University is seeking a part-police Officer. 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. 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. 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 or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, Act 120 Certification, ability to pass a criminal background investigation, PA driver’s license, 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. A valid driver`s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required. Due to the financial or fiduciary responsibilities of this position, successful completion of a credit history check will also be required in addition to standard background checks.

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Research Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42760
Department:  Department of Psychology-Smoking Research Lab    

The Smoking Research Laboratory (principal investigator: Stephen Wilson, PhD) of the Department of Psychology is seeking a part-time research assistant to assist with ongoing experiments. Information about the lab can be found at http://wilsonlab.psych.psu.edu/. The skills learned through this experience will be particularly useful for those who intend to go to graduate school in psychology or neuroscience. The specific duties of the position will include placing advertisements on campus and in the local community to recruit potential participants, screening potential participants over the phone, scheduling experimental sessions, reminding participants of their appointments, and collecting and analyzing data. The lab uses multiple methods of data collection including: ecological momentary assessment, brain imaging, laboratory-based behavioral assessments, and questionnaires. The position also will involve preparing documents to obtain IRB approval for studies and general lab management duties. An Associate’s degree or higher, Bachelor’s degree preferred in Psychology, Neuroscience, or a related field plus one or more years related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prior experience in a research laboratory is highly desired. The successful candidate will have the ability to manage multiple simultaneous projects, strong computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Excel, SPSS) and a willingness to learn and develop additional computer skills related to data management and analysis. Other desired qualities include excellent communication skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to work independently. The position is part-time that will average approximately 24 hours per week. Funding for this position is available for one year with a good possibility of re-funding for a second year. In addition to uploading your cover letter and CV online in the jobs vacancy system, please either: have 2-3 letters of reference sent directly to Dr. Wilson at sjw42@psu.edu (preferred) or forward the names and contact information for 2 or 3 professional references to the same e-mail address.

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Research Assistants (Part-time)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Earth & Mineral Sciences Job Number:  42776
Department:  Earth and Environmental Systems Institute    

The Earth and Environmental Systems Institute (EESI) at Penn State seeks to hire several part-time research assistants for Summer 2014. Positions will involve either laboratory or field work or a combination of both. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and reviewed as need arises. The successful candidates will most likely be working toward a graduate degree in geosciences, geography, meteorology, or a similar field.

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Student Worker (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Mont Alto Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Mont Alto Job Number:  42764
Department:  Enrollment Services    

Penn State Mont Alto Enrollment Services office is seeking a student to work approximately 12-15 hours per week in the Admissions Office during the Summer semester. Duties include answering phones, entering data, copying, providing tours to prospective students visiting campus during the Summer, assisting at our Spend a Summer Day event, other Admissions events and other general office duties. Position will be open until filled. You must apply online.

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Summer Honors Music Camp Instructor (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Outreach Job Number:  42763
Department:  Conference and Institutes    

Conferences and Institutes is seeking individuals with subject knowledge to assist with content development and the instruction in this program. Responsibilities include identification of objectives, preparation of learning materials and activities, and presentation of specific subjects. Presentations will vary in length. Prior experience and the ability to engage learners is preferred. Hours are variable. You will be required to complete the Child Abuse training and complete a successful background check.

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Summer Lab Intern (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  College of Medicine at the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State College of Medicine Job Number:  42771
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology    

Seeking a part-time summer research lab intern. In order to be considered for the position you must have completed at least 1 year of college majoring in science or mathematics. College course credits must include biology, chemistry, statistics, calculus and linear algebra. The position responsibilities include maintaining cell cultures, PCR assays, and assisting other lab members as needed. Successful candidate will have previous lab experience, experience in statistical analysis and data management, and a thorough understanding of techniques involved in maintaining and breeding transgenic animal colonies. This position is a temporary/part-time position working 24 hours or less per week. Must be available May 27 through August 25, 2014. Specific work hours are determined by department. Some weekend hours may be required.

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Summer Research/Technical Assistant (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42797
Department:  Center for Organizational Research and Evaluation (CORE)    

This person would be responsible for assisting with all CORE functions which may include data entry, survey design, implementation, and analysis. There will be some report writing and literature searches. Function as a team member on assigned projects. 8 – 20 hours a week.

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Systems Administrator 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42766
Department:  Information Technology in Liberal Arts (ITLA) Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - K - Exempt

The College of the Liberal Arts is looking for an experienced, highly motivated and creative individual to join our quickly growing and fast-paced team. The System Administrator is responsible for effective installation/configuration, operation, and maintenance of systems hardware and software and related infrastructure. The system administration tasking will be focused on improving the stability and performance of the system, maintaining and improving the security posture of the systems, continuous monitoring of system health, and troubleshooting issues that arise. This individual is accountable for Linux, Windows, and application systems that support infrastructure, enterprise services, and research activities. However, the primary duties of this position will focus on managing Linux operating systems; therefore, extensive experience with Linux is required. Experience with virtualization technologies for servers (VMware), desktops (Citrix and Hyper-V), and application (Citrix) is another necessity. Additional duties include, ensuring proper operation of new/rebuilding existing servers and configure hardware, peripherals, services, settings, directories, storage, etc. in accordance with standards and project/operational requirements. Ensure proper operation of and configure systems which support infrastructure, enterprise services, and research activities. Develop and maintain installation and configuration procedures. Contribute to and maintain system standards. Contribute to and maintain security posture of the system in accordance with Penn State’s minimum security baseline and Liberal Arts specific security standards. Research and recommend innovative, and where possible, automated approaches for system administration tasks. Identify approaches that leverage resources. Ensure proper operation of and maintain security patches on the operational and development system, which includes but is not limited to, Red Hat Enterprise, Ubuntu, Windows 2012R2/2012/2008R2, VMware, Hyper-V, Citrix, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL, and Apache web services. Perform daily system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all hardware, server resources, systems and key processes, reviewing system and application logs, and verifying completion of scheduled jobs such as backups. Perform daily backup operations, ensuring all required file systems and system data are successfully backed up to the appropriate media. Configure/add/support new services as necessary. Maintain operational, configuration, or other procedure documentation. Perform ongoing performance tuning, hardware upgrades, and resource optimization as required. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be detail oriented, strong technical documentation skills, well organized, self-starter with the ability to work with diverse teams in a fast paced, dynamic environment. Requires the ability to manage multiple projects concurrently. Must have strong communication and customer service skills. This position reports to the Enterprise Services and Infrastructure Manager. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with excellent possibility of re-funding.

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Teaching Positions - Nutritional Sciences (Part-time)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Health & Human Development Job Number:  42730
Department:  Nutritional Sciences    

The Department of Nutritional Sciences (Nutr) seeks candidates for part-time teaching positions. Candidates must hold a doctoral degree in nutrition or closely related field. Teaching opportunities may include Nutr 445 (Metabolism I), 446 (Metabolism II), Nutr 452 (Nutritional Aspect of Disease), and Nutr 490W (Nutrition Seminar, 3 cr writing intensive course). A full listing of undergraduate courses is available at: http://bulletins.psu.edu/undergrad/courses/N/NUTR/ Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Reappointment in subsequent semesters is possible pending continuing need. Applications will be accepted immediately for potential part time work until positions are filled. Review of applications will begin immediately. To be considered, applications must be submitted online and should include a cover letter (with courses you are interested in teaching) addressed to Dr. Jill Patterson, curriculum vitae, and the names of three professional references with complete contact information, including mailing address, telephone number, and email. Questions may be sent to jxp54@psu.edu. Please indicate “Nutr Fixed Term Faculty Application” in the subject line of email correspondence. Please no phone calls.

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Wage Payroll Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of the Liberal Arts Job Number:  42786
Department:  College of the Liberal Arts    

The College of the Liberal Arts 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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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42793
Department:  Agricultural and Biological Engineering    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Extension Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42759
Department:  Penn State Extension    

The College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State Extension seeks to hire numerous individuals to fill part-time, wage payroll positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42787
Department:  Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42789
Department:  Ecosystem Science and Management    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Ecosystem Science and Management seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42790
Department:  Entomology    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Entomology seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42791
Department:  Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42793
Department:  Agricultural and Biological Engineering    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42794
Department:  Animal Science    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Animal Science seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42795
Department:  Plant Science    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Plant Science seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Wage Positions (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/18/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42796
Department:  Food Science    

The College of Agricultural Sciences department of Food Science seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Some positions may require a valid driver's license in which a successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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Accounting Assistant 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Development and Alumni Relations Job Number:  42741
Department:  University Development, Office of Donor & Member Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - D - Non-exempt

Primary responsibilities include researching, coding, posting and ensuring the accuracy of gift, pledge, and membership transactions including cash, credit card, electronic fund transfer, security, and gift-in-kind transactions. Process and verify biographical updates for our alumni, donors and members using various load utilities and update procedures. Assist in coordinating and maintaining office activities related to the recording of gifts, pledges, memberships, processing of various forms (matching gift forms, corporate acknowledgement forms, etc.) resolving problems, updating biographical information, and responding to a variety of inquiries from departments, donors and alumni. Work in a team environment utilizing various methods for processing gifts, pledges and memberships such as imaging, electronic data loads and multiple systems (ACS, EASIS, Lotus Notes, eDDS, eSteward). Maintain various forms, files, records, and mailing lists; code, batch, verify data, and research problems. Compose and type correspondence, reports, and forms for the Director and other staff members; may receive, report on, and deposit monies. Verify and validate information; answer telephone. Coordinate special projects as requested. Open, sort, and distribute mail. May supervise, train and direct the work of assigned staff as necessary. Due to the high volume of gifts, occasional overtime may be required, most often from December through April. ACS Advance, Lotus Notes, e-Document Distribution Service, MS Office (Word, Excel, Access), and IBIS financial system knowledge preferred. Ability to work independently within a team environment, foster teamwork, and cooperatively manage work flows in conjunction with other unit staff. The successful candidate must possess exemplary interpersonal skills and demonstrate a genuine appreciation in working with diverse audiences. 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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Accounting Assistant 2
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Division of Development and Alumni Relations Job Number:  42742
Department:  University Development, Office of Donor & Member Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  02 - D - Non-exempt

Primary responsibilities include researching, coding, posting and ensuring the accuracy of gift, pledge, and membership transactions including cash, credit card, electronic fund transfer, security, and gift-in-kind transactions. Process and verify biographical updates for our alumni, donors and members using various load utilities and update procedures. Assist in coordinating and maintaining office activities related to the recording of gifts, pledges, memberships, processing of various forms (matching gift forms, corporate acknowledgement forms, etc.) resolving problems, updating biographical information, and responding to a variety of inquiries from departments, donors and alumni. Work in a team environment utilizing various methods for processing gifts, pledges and memberships such as imaging, electronic data loads and multiple systems (ACS, EASIS, Lotus Notes, eDDS, eSteward). Maintain various forms, files, records, and mailing lists; code, batch, verify data, and research problems. Compose and type correspondence, reports, and forms for the Director and other staff members; may receive, report on, and deposit monies. Verify and validate information; answer telephone. Coordinate special projects as requested. Open, sort, and distribute mail. May supervise, train and direct the work of assigned staff as necessary. Due to the high volume of gifts, occasional overtime may be required, most often from December through April. ACS Advance, Lotus Notes, e-Document Distribution Service, MS Office (Word, Excel, Access), and IBIS financial system knowledge preferred. Ability to work independently within a team environment, foster teamwork, and cooperatively manage work flows in conjunction with other unit staff. The successful candidate must possess exemplary interpersonal skills and demonstrate a genuine appreciation in working with diverse audiences. 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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Accounting Assistant 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Corporate Controller's Office Job Number:  42734
Department:  Student Financial Services Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - E - Non-exempt

Responsible to the Accounting Manager for assisting in the servicing and collection of delinquent accounts. Primary duties include: answering telephone and online inquiries, and placing outgoing telephone collection calls concerning delinquent accounts. Initiating and processing various IBIS (Integrated Business Information System) forms such as special requests for checks and report of cash receipts. Preparing reports on collection activity. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to processing payment agreements, address searches/changes. Additional duties include preparing deposits for Student Financial Services. The accounting Assistant is responsible for processing and reconciling monthly collection agency payment remittance, close and return, and acknowledgement reports. Requires the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing and demonstrate strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Experience with Microsoft Office suite, ISIS, and IBIS are desired. Typically requires an Associate's degree or higher plus one year of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Penn State and the Office of the Corporate Controller are committed to fostering diversity and equal opportunity.

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Adjunct Instructor in Business and IST
Campus/Location:  Penn State New Kensington Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State New Kensington Job Number:  42753
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State New Kensington currently has adjunct instructor positions for Fall 2014 available in Business and Information Sciences including: Accounting; Economics; Information Sciences and Technology; Management; and Marketing. For information about specific courses, please visit http://www.nk.psu.edu/FacultyStaff/27301.htm. 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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Adjunct Instructor in Engineering
Campus/Location:  Penn State New Kensington Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State New Kensington Job Number:  42755
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State New Kensington currently has adjunct instructor positions for Fall 2014 available in Engineering including: Industrial Engineering (IET); Electro-Mechanical Engineering (EMET); Biomedical Engineering (BE T); Computer Engineering (CMPEN); Computer Science (CMPSC); and Engineering Graphics Technology (EG T). For information about specific courses, please visit http://www.nk.psu.edu/FacultyStaff/27301.htm. 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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Adjunct Instructor in Liberal Arts
Campus/Location:  Penn State New Kensington Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State New Kensington Job Number:  42754
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State New Kensington currently has adjunct instructor positions for Fall 2014 available in Liberal Arts including: Art; English; Music; Religious Studies; Sociology; Spanish; and Theater. For information about specific courses, please visit http://www.nk.psu.edu/FacultyStaff/27301.htm. 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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Adjunct Instructor in Sciences
Campus/Location:  Penn State New Kensington Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State New Kensington Job Number:  42756
Department:  Academic Affairs    

Penn State New Kensington currently has adjunct instructor positions for Fall 2014 available in Sciences including: Biological Science; Biology; Chemistry; Earth Science; Mathematics; Meteorology; and Physics. For information about specific courses, please visit http://www.nk.psu.edu/FacultyStaff/27301.htm. 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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Administrative Support Assistant 3
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42746
Department:  Chemistry Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - F - Non-exempt

Coordinate work and priorities as the Assistant to Full, Associate and Assistant Professors. Type confidential reports, memos, correspondence, letters of recommendation. Maintain calendars, schedule appointments, meetings, interviews, arrange itineraries for visitors. Maintain and update faculty activity reports, curriculum vitas and Promotion and Tenure Dossiers. Assist with conferences and symposia. Coordinate proposals and reviews using NSF Fastlane and other agency web sites along with paper proposals. Submit proposals and reports following different agency’s guidelines such as NSF Fastlane. Maintain and monitor budgets. Monitor funds available, grant end dates, matching funds spending. Reconcile purchasing cards for assigned faculty, graduate students and postdocs. Arrange and coordinate travel for assigned faculty and their graduate students and post docs. Experience with ERS, eBuy+, and FIT preferred. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills required. The ability to work both independently and as a member of a team is essential. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Hours will be Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Administrative Support Assistant 4
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Engineering Job Number:  42738
Department:  Dean's Office, Academic Programs Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - G - Non-exempt

The College of Engineering Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Programs is seeking an Administrative Support Assistant to act as the coordinator for graduate studies support. The Administrative Support Assistant will report to and support the Associate Dean and should be able to demonstrate relevant experience and the ability to advance the College of Engineering initiatives as well as to provide support to the associate dean in collaboration with existing office staff. Typical responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to functions such as: providing administrative support for all activities related to the Graduate School, graduate education and graduate faculty in the college; overseeing, monitoring, and providing support for graduate curricular and program proposals; providing administrative support and implementing the Summer Tuition assistance Program as well as graduate fellowships and awards; supporting recruiting activities as well as the activities and programs of the Engineering Graduate Student Council; providing support and training to departmental graduate staff assistants; overseeing the availability of and monitoring the accurate and appropriate public information about the College’s graduate and post-baccalaureate programs; develop reports related to the College of Engineering’s graduate education enterprise. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus three years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The successful candidate should have the ability to work well both independently and cooperatively with various levels of faculty and staff. He or she must have excellent written and oral communication skills, be flexible and adaptable to changes in technologies, policies and procedures. The successful candidate should have some knowledge of Graduate School monetary awards, policies and procedures, and have experience with various relevant online tools, such as eSteward, CSCS, ISIS, IBIS, ERS, Data Warehouse, etc.

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Information Technology Manager 4 (Assistant Project Director, Human Resource Information System)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Executive Vice President and Provost/Senior Vice President for Finance and Business Job Number:  42736
Department:  Enterprise Systems Project Office/Office of Human Resources Level/Salary Band/Classification:  04 - N - Exempt

Responsible to the Project Director, Enterprise Systems and the Information Technology Director, Human Resources, for providing direction and coordination for the replacement of Penn State’s Human Resources Information System (HRIS) which will include managing one or more software vendors and consulting partners. The successful candidate will be a key member of the Penn State’s HRIS Implementation project. Responsible for the overall planning and execution of the project, including managing project scope, risks, issues, costs, quality control, schedule and , performance, and communication to multiple constituencies. Other critical responsibilities will include leading change management activities and communications with stakeholders through multiple diverse modalities, such as web sites, blogs, email, social media, and newsletters. In addition, the Assistant Project Director will work with the Project Director, Enterprise Systems, on aligning this project with other strategic enterprise system implementation projects. This position will also be responsible for coordinating the implementation of this project with other HR transformation-related initiatives. Responsible for managing one or more software vendor and implementation partner for the project. Manage day-to-day project team operations activities; by assuring appropriate participation by key constituents, and ensuring that appropriate preparations for system go-lives are made involving the correct groups for training including assuring adequate appropriate training is provided to staff that will operate the new system. Attend and provide project status updates and reports at steering and executive meetings. Much of the success of the Assistant Project Director will depend on his/her team-building skills and ability to apply them to multiple and diverse constituencies and situations. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus eight years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A Master’s degree in project management, enterprise architecture, information systems, or other relevant field from an accredited institution, or equivalent experience is preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal, organizational and analytical skills essential. Higher education human resources information system deployment experience preferred and verifiable success managing technology implementation projects with contracts, vendors and organizations required. Review of applications will begin on 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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Instructor in Computer Languages
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Engineering Job Number:  42740
Department:  Computer Science and Engineering    

The Pennsylvania State University’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering invites applications for a fixed-term multi-year Instructor position. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in Computer Science Education and be able to teach a variety of programming languages. The position requires a minimum of a M.S. in Computer Science or closely related field. Candidates should be available for either on-line or classroom teaching assignments. Previous teaching experience and fit to the department’s teaching needs are critical. Candidates should present a record of evidence and potential effectiveness in teaching and a strong commitment to undergraduate education. Candidates should upload a cover letter of application establishing their qualifications and including concise statements of teaching experience and interests; a current curriculum vita; and the names, email address and telephone numbers of at least three professional references.

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Maintenance Worker Utility
Campus/Location:  Penn State Fayette Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Fayette Job Number:  42547
Department:  Grade:  09  

Operate various types of scrubbing, buffing, and shampooing equipment, such as scrubbing machine, vacuum, wet-dry pick-up machine, etc., and hand tools, as required; sweep, scrub, strip, seal, wax and shampoo various types of floors and floor coverings and furniture. Remove, replace incandescent bulbs, fluorescent tubes and starters, shades and covers (all from permanent fixtures), venetian and roller blinds, window screens, wall hangings, etc. Remove accumulated waste and debris from buildings, as required. Remove, move, and/or relocate furniture, equipment, supplies and construction materials; unload incoming materials and move to storage locations. Wash windows, wall sections, floor to ceiling, ceilings, venetian and roller blinds, light fixtures, window screens, etc. Assist in set-up and clean-up of chairs, tables, stages, platforms, bleachers, lecterns, etc., at various campus locations for banquets, plays, and other scheduled events. Remove debris from walks and driveways; rake and remove leaves; pick up paper and other debris. Operate motor vehicle to transport materials, equipment and personnel between building work sites. Maintain tools, equipment and work area in a clean and orderly condition; report unusual conditions to supervisor. Shovel snow and chop ice; spread cinders, sand and other anti-skid materials on walks and driveways using small power and/or hand tools, as required. Assist with the planting and transplanting of trees, grass, shrubbery, etc.; rake and shovel soil for landscaping; weed and clean flower beds, shrubbery, etc., on a seasonal basis. Operate riding mowers, power lawn mowers, weed eater, lawn vac, tractors and other lawn equipment to cut grass, weeds, fertilize and trim lawns, etc., on a seasonal basis. Lock and unlock doors to buildings and rooms, close windows; turn out lights. Job Requirements: Requires the ability to read, write, add, subtract and carry out instructions. Up to and including three months effective experience. Shift and Days Off: 3:00 p.m. - 11:30 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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Mobile App Designer and Developer (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Education Job Number:  42737
Department:  Learning and Performance Systems    

The Avenue DHH (Deaf and Hard of Hearing) research and development team at Penn State is looking for a Mobile App Designer and Developer. This is a part-time position (20 hours/week) for summer 2014 only. The successful candidate will be responsible for helping to design and develop mobile app versions of a highly interactive educational website. The candidate will re-design and develop mobile games that assess students’ reading fluency and visualize students’ performance data to help teachers to monitor their students’ progress. Proficiency in two or more of the following development environments: Objective C, HTML5, PhoneGap, or similar development environment, and applied knowledge of user interface design for mobile devices is preferred. Please submit cover letter and resume online.

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Part-time Biological Research Technician
Campus/Location:  Penn State Altoona Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Altoona Job Number:  42757
Department:  Division of Mathematics & Natural Science, Biology    

Research Technician needed to conduct wetland and amphibian disease surveys throughout Pennsylvania. Technicians will be expected to work 40 hours per week from May 5 through June 6, with the possibility of 10-20 hours per week during the remainder of June. Work will be conducted outdoors for extended periods of time (more than 8 hour work days), where candidates will be exposed to rain, summer heat, long hikes, and the presence of biting flies, mosquitoes, aquatic bugs, and ticks. Technicians will also conduct organ dissections on tadpoles, and thus require fine motor skills and the ability to conduct dissections for more than 5 hours at time. Candidates typically must be current Penn State Altoona students, a Pennsylvania resident, and they need to have completed BIOL 110 and BIOL 220 by the start of the position. Additionally, candidates must typically have completed BIOL 110 with grade of B+ or higher, and must prove they have secured residency in the Altoona area for the entire summer.

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Postdoctoral Research Associate
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42725
Department:  Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education    

Principal investigators are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to assist in the completion of a USDA-funded project to document apple and wine-grape pruning practices. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Rural Sociology. The candidate will have expertise in commodity chain analysis and apple and wine-grape pruning practices. The candidate will have expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods. Specific required research skills and experiences include intensive interviewing, conducting focus groups, survey design, and spatial analysis. The candidate will also need to be flexible enough to travel to conduct research in multiple locations around the United States. This position includes a 12-month initial appointment with possible extension, depending on additional funding availability. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist with conducting a literature review on pruning practices and commodity chain analysis. Conduct in-depth interviews (individual and/or group) and participate in quantitative survey design and analysis. Communicate with key stakeholders to disseminate results and make recommendations. Participate in, and lead where appropriate, writing of reports and peer-reviewed manuscripts. Possibility for teaching in the undergraduate program. QUALIFICATIONS: Required: PhD in a social science discipline (sociology/rural sociology, political science, economics, social psychology, geography, communication). Excellent communication skills including spoken/written English. Broad social science methodological competence, especially in the conduct and analysis of qualitative interviews, design and implementation of standardized surveys, quantitative analysis, and spatial analysis. Demonstrated desire to publish in peer-reviewed journals. Proven organizational skills and the ability to work independently while adhering to tight timelines. Availability to travel to conduct interviews and focus groups. Work under the supervision of a collaborative team of researchers from Penn State’s AESE Department.

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Programmer/Analyst 3 (Lead Application Programmer/Analyst)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Undergraduate Education Job Number:  42749
Department:  Office of Student Aid Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - K - Exempt

The Office of Student Aid is seeking a Lead Application Programmer/Analyst for the development and administration of applications in the Student Aid portion of the Integrated Student Information System (ISIS) and PeopleSoft Campus Solutions. Our immediate need is for candidates with experience in ADABAS and Natural with the desire to learn PeopleSoft Campus Solutions to enhance and extend the functionality of the core package. Duties include leading portions of large tasks or projects; meeting with users to discuss the development of new systems or the evaluation of existing systems; investigation of application problems/failures and a corresponding resolution; design, develop, test, and implement and maintain new and existing software applications. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Additional work related experience preferred. Experience with ADABAS and Natural preferred, but consideration will be given to candidates with skills in other large scale environments using languages such as COBOL and PL/1. Object-oriented programming and SQL experience is a plus. The Office of Student Aid operates as a team environment, so it is expected that the successful candidate will possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and be focused on customer service. At the same time, the candidate must be flexible, well organized, analytical, and have the ability to work independently.

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Records Specialist 3 (Degree Audit Specialist)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Undergraduate Education Job Number:  42723
Department:  Office of the University Registrar Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - E - Non-exempt

The Office of the University Registrar is seeking a self-motivated individual to join our team in the Academic Records Department. Responsibility will be primarily for supporting the Degree Audit system including coding of academic program requirements, responding to specific problems generated by users, participating in testing, analyzing processing issues, troubleshooting problems, training/support of college and academic department staff, and testing and refining the system. Additional responsibilities include assisting with athletic eligibility, academic records actions, entrance to major, and grade processing. Administer area policies and procedures, answer related questions from students, alumni and faculty. Typically requires a High School diploma or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Bachelor's degree preferred. Attention to detail, exceptional problem solving skills, and strong communication skills are essential. Knowledge of office computer systems as well as expertise with the Data Warehouse and desktop software such as Excel, Word, and Access is preferred.

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Research Assistant
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42748
Department:  Biology    

A Research Assistant position is available immediately in the lab of Dr. Yingwei Mao in the Department of Biology at The Pennsylvania State University. The successful candidate should have experience working with animal model of Experimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis (EAE) as well as molecular techniques including DNA cloning, DNA/RNA extraction, PCR, DNA recombination, immunostaining, cell culture, and western etc. The candidate will conduct research on biochemical and genetic analysis on gene function and work on transgenic mice. This work involves stereotactic viral injection and behavioral test techniques including learning/ memory test, anxiety test, depression test and related procedures. This position requires the ability to maintain accurate lab notes, and to interpret and analyze data. Data will be presented in group meetings and at other scientific venues. Preference will be given to candidates with an MD degree in neurology, and laboratory and analytical skills in working with isolation and transdifferentiation of human and animal stem cell, and clinical-scale expansion of human stem cells. Applicants should provide a cover letter describing their experience, interest in the job and career goals, along with a CV and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until a suitable candidate is found. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire.

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Research Associate
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42747
Department:  Physics    

The Department of Physics at The Pennsylvania State University (University Park campus) anticipates hiring a research associate starting August 15, 2014 under the direction of Dr. Moses Chan. We seek exceptional candidates in experimental condensed matter physics. Past experience in the design and construction of variable temperature scanned probe microscope instrumentation is desired, along with experience in the application of scanned probe techniques and transient absorption spectroscopy for characterizing nanoscale materials. 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. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for three years from date of hire.

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Research Technologist
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Eberly College of Science Job Number:  42744
Department:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Level/Salary Band/Classification:  01 - E - Non-exempt
02 - G - Non-exempt

Dr. Song Tan, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, is seeking a Research Technologist for his research lab. This NIH-funded project focuses on understanding how chromatin enzymes regulate gene expression. Responsibilities include express proteins and protein complexes in E. coli; purify proteins, protein complexes and protein/DNA complexes using low pressure and high performance chromatography; analyze proteins and protein/DNA complexes by electrophoresis, spectroscopy, immunoassays and enzyme activity assays; set up and evaluate crystallization trials; maintain written and electronic laboratory records; assist with ordering laboratory supplies; maintain laboratory equipment. 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 Bachelor's degree or equivalent in a biological science, chemistry or physics. 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 Research Assistant (PSU Students Only) (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College Job Number:  42750
Department:  Various Departments    

Penn State Behrend is seeking part-time Summer Research Assistants in various departments and disciplines. Responsibilities will include providing support to investigators on research projects such as coding, designing new materials or re-design existing materials, transcription, programming, database management, etc. For all positions, experience is preferred but not required.

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System and Network Security Analyst
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  Applied Research Laboratory Job Number:  42743
Department:  Computer Security Level/Salary Band/Classification:  03 - L - Exempt
04 - M - Exempt

This position will be responsible for the daily operations of servers and applications in a multi-level security environment. Duties include: Administer hard and virtual server environments; assist in the administration and maintenance of more than 10 servers; work with CERT and IA security on vulnerability assessment and remediation; manage backups; audit the network security and implemented security policy on all servers and desktops; provide on-site network support and maintenance for users; monitor and provide analysis on current system state and make recommendations for improvement of network resources, including load-balancing server usage, system security hardening, group policy consolidation, and name resolution and backup strategy; utilize SCAP and Retina scanning software to scan servers and end user platforms; utilize and support VMware servers and infrastructure; utilize the provided trouble and job ordering system; ensure Information Assurance (IA) specifications are met and vulnerabilities minimized; provide Network Administration and resolve troubleshooting; develop, script, test, implement, and validate security patches; and scan and harden server/workstations per DISA and STIG specifications and Retina findings. This job will be filled at a level 3 or level 4, depending upon the successful candidate’s education and experience. Typically requires a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or another engineering or scientific discipline, 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. Experience with a DoD network would be an asset. Experience in reviewing security audits and remediation is preferred. Experience requirements include: Administration of a mid-sized network; support of Microsoft SQL Server, Exchange, web servers, file servers, and active directory; Support of Windows 7 clients; and reviewing of logs. Candidates selected will be subject to a government security investigation. You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply.

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Wage Position (Part-Time/Hourly)
Campus/Location:  University Park Campus Date Announced:  04/17/2014    
Work Unit:  College of Agricultural Sciences Job Number:  42752
Department:  All Departments    

The College of Agricultural Sciences seeks to hire numerous Penn State students and non-students to fill wage payroll part-time positions throughout the remaining 2014/2015 academic year. Applications will be received on an ongoing basis and will be reviewed as the need arises.

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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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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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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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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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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's Carlisle Campus 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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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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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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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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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, PRAMS, and videoconferencing desired but will train candidates who possess strong financial/administrative/project management skills. 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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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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