CSU’s Got Talent Online Webcast Training: Breakthrough Mindset: Using the Power of Focus to Create Peak Performance – Wednesday, July 27

Join us as guest expert Mike Goldman, leadership team coach and author, presents “Leadership and Coaching: Breakthrough Mindset: Using the Power of Focus to Create Peak Performance” on Wednesday, July 27 from 10:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. PT.

The biggest obstacle in the way of our personal and professional success and fulfillment is between our ears. When times are challenging, our emotions go on autopilot and we create disempowering actions and habits. Simply shifting our focus will change our reality and our results. These days the key to gaining a strategic advantage is not about a new product or service. Improving employee engagement is not about an employee of the month program. The key to both of those things is having the right mindset. In this session, learn why changing your focus can change your life.

Click here to join the webcast training.

Questions: Contact Jennifer Wicks, Executive Producer, at jwicks@calstate.edu or 562-951-4525 prior to webcast day.

This webcast will take place Wednesday, July 27, 2022 from 10:00am – 11:00am. All CSU Faculty & Staff are invited to attend this free webcast.

No Registration Required. Please note: this session will be on Zoom (not Adobe Connect).

DID YOU MISS IT? You are welcome to view all of our previous recordings on the learning portal, CSU Learn.

The New 988 Mental Health Hotline Is Live

Article by: NPR

People experiencing a mental health crisis have a new way to reach out for help in the U.S. they can simply call or text the numbers 9-8-8.

Modeled after 911, the new three-digit 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is designed to be a memorable and quick number that connects people who are suicidal or in any other mental health crisis to a trained mental health professional.

“If you are willing to turn to someone in your moment of crisis, 988 will be there,” said Xavier Becerra, the secretary of the federal Department of Health and Human Services, at a recent press briefing. “988 won’t be a busy signal, and 988 won’t put you on hold. You will get help.”

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Embrace the Change: A Conversation with the University Police Department and the SJSU Community

The University Police Department invites you to join the upcoming community forum to voice your ideas, concerns and to ask questions. It is open to all community members including the communities surrounding SJSU. Light refreshments will be served.

University Personnel is Hiring!

University Personnel is currently recruiting for the following positions (click the title to learn more or to apply):

Volunteer, POI and Compliance Assistant – Admin Support Coordinator II

    • The Assistant is responsible for the daily processing of volunteer and other Person of Interest (POI) appointments, including determining whether background checks are required and monitoring the outcomes, determining if the appointment is appropriate and valid, and assisting department users with the completion of forms and data entry. In addition, the Assistant supports the Coordinator with compliance duties such as monitoring and responding to emails and updating information related to online compliance training.

Employee Support Services Representative (1-year temporary) – Admin Analyst/Specialist Non-Exempt

    • The Employee Support Services Representative works independently under general supervision to provide personnel support for all university employees. Incumbent performs moderately complex duties related to processing the full range of personnel transactions and employment-related documents for all categories of University employees. Personnel transactions include reviewing and auditing temporary faculty and academic student employee appointments and ensuring adherence to the Unit 3 (CFA) and Unit 11 (UAW) collective bargaining agreements and Academic Senate policies and procedures.

Senior Compensation Analyst – Confidential Admin Support II

    • The Senior Compensation Analyst is the primary compensation professional on campus. The incumbent acts as the subject matter expert for classification and compensation for campus and for the Recruiting team in University Personnel. The incumbent is responsible for conducting and making decisions on classification & compensation reviews for staff, management and faculty employees (when applicable) and is responsible for reviewing and maintaining equity across the campus while ensuring adherence to CSU policies and Collective Bargaining Agreements.

Senior Employee/Labor Relations Analyst – Confidential Admin Support II

    • The Senior Analyst works under limited supervision and performs journey-level professional employee/labor relations staff duties including investigation design, research and analysis; assists in the resolution of disputes; assists in the preparation of grievance and complaint responses; assists with the design, development and facilitation of employee/labor relations related training. Provides advice and interpretation of Collective Bargaining Agreements, CSU policies and procedures to managers and work leads/supervisors; assist investigators with related duties and performs related duties as required. This position will also provide support to the area of equal opportunity as needed.

If you know someone outside of the university who might be interested, please direct them to apply via jobs.sjsu.edu.