CSUSB Undergraduate Studies
(as posted 5/4/01)

Full-time, regular, "exempt" position. The Educational Opportunity
Program (EOP) provides access and retention services, as well as
financial and academic support to enable eligible students who enter
the University with academic and financial disadvantages to
successfully complete a degree program. The Director of the
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) reports to the Dean of
Undergraduate Studies. Under the general supervision of the Dean of
Undergraduate Studies, the Director provides leadership in the
implementation, planning, design, and development of all functions
and services of EOP, including the application and admissions
process; counseling; academic advising; and career counseling. The
Director will supervise professional and clerical staff. The Director
oversees the operation of the Summer Bridge Program. The Director
sets overall program goals and objectives in accord with the mission
of Undergraduate Studies and the larger mission of the University as
a whole. The Director serves on the Dean's Advisory Council in
support of initiatives beyond EOP that benefit Undergraduate Studies
and the University. The Director is the chief spokesperson for and
representative of the program and works closely with all parts of the
University community, both on and off campus, to carry out the
mission of EOP.

Applicants must possess a Master's Degree in the Behavioral Sciences,
Counseling, Psychology, or a related field. Applicants must possess
five years of progressively professional experience at the college or
university level in student services in an Educational Opportunity
Program or similar program including experience with program
development, evaluation, fiscal management, and personnel
supervision. Applicants must possess the ability to analyze
administrative, organizational, and personnel management problems to
reach practical, logical, and unbiased conclusions and to put
effective changes into practice. Other required skills include
excellent oral and written communication skills, effective leadership
skills, and strong interpersonal skills. Applicants must have the
ability to resolve conflicts, make difficult personnel decisions, and
meet deadlines. A knowledge of professional counseling techniques and
strategies is desirable.

This position will remain open until filled. Applications will be
reviewed beginning Monday, June 4, 2001.

To apply contact the Human Resources Dept. at California State
University, San Bernardino:

5500 University Prkwy.
San Bernardino, CA 92407-2397
Telephone: (909) 880-5138
Fax: (909) 880-7019


Cynthia A. LINTON
Learning Center Director
California State University, San Bernardino
5500 University Prkwy.
San Bernardino, CA 92407-2397
Telephone: (909) 880-5000, ext.3037 / Fax: (909) 880-7058
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