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Jobs at Bren

Open faculty, teaching, academic, and staff positions at the UCSB Bren School are listed on this page. All staff jobs for UCSB are listed at jobs.ucsb.edu. All academic positions for UCSB are listed at recruit.ap.ucsb.edu.

Permanent Faculty Positions Open:

Assistant Professor in Environmental Data Science
Open date: 9/11/20
Next review date: 10/26/20
Final date: 7/1/21

Jack and Laura Dangermond Chair in Conservation Science
Open date: 3/13/20
Next review date: 9/20/20
Final date: 6/30/21
 

Temporary Teaching Positions Open:

Temporary Teaching Positions 
Open date: 3/8/21
Next review date: 4/1/21
Final date: 10/31/21
 

Staff Positions Open:

Development Assistant, Bren School
(Job #18789)
Open date: 5/24/21; Primary consideration date: 6/7/21; thereafter open until filled.
Serves as the primary initial contact for the Assistant Dean of Development for the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management and the Directors of Development for the Bren School to assist with all aspects of planning, analysis and implementation strategies to secure support that is critical to the successful operation of a complex fundraising program. Manages online calendars, screens incoming calls, makes travel and entertainment arrangements, completes all necessary paperwork in compliance with policies and procedures, and compiles and analyzes data and information from various sources including the Advance database. View complete description and qualifications; search for job no. 18789.

Information Technology Director
(Systems Administration Supervisor 2, Job #18710)
Open date: 5/19/21; Primary consideration date: 6/3/21; thereafter open until filled.
Provides short and long-range planning of the computing and networking infrastructure for the Bren School. Ensures high quality, responsive, professional and accurate customer service for the Bren community by the compute team. Manages projects and work assignments for all Bren School computing staff members to meet short and long-range goals. Explores and implements new and emerging technologies to continually improve and evolve computing services and solutions for the Bren School. Advises and guides the Bren School computing committee to develop Bren School computing policies and procedures. Assists Bren community (Faculty, Staff, PhD and Masters' students) with leveraging information technology in work, teaching, research, and studies. View complete description and qualifications; search for job no. 18710.

 

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