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Director of Human Resources & Senior HR Strategist - Job ID #63714
As Divisional HR Generalist 4, you'll provide leadership in human resources, guiding the Vice Chancellor, Leadership Team, and managers on HR issues. This includes advising on employee relations, labor policies, and staffing. You'll also oversee FTE, position management, and budgets. Your role involves developing HR policies, setting goals, and implementing People & Culture initiatives. As the divisional approver for SARA HR systems, you'll ensure compliance. You'll analyze complex issues, supervise staff, represent the Division on committees, and stay updated on HR trends.
Housing Disability Specialist, Disabled Students Program - Job ID #64460
The Housing Disability Specialist position within UC Berkeley's Disabled Students Program (DSP) involves coordinating housing accommodations for students with disabilities. Responsibilities include evaluating medical documentation, recommending reasonable accommodations, collaborating with campus housing staff, providing support to students with disabilities, and serving as a resource on disability-related housing laws and policies. The ideal candidate should have experience in disability accommodation issues, excellent communication skills, cultural proficiency, and knowledge of relevant federal and state laws.
CART Captionist Per Diem in Disabled Students Program - Job ID #60269
UC Berkeley seeks CART Captionists who are dedicated to providing real-time captioning services for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, requiring the use of captioning software and a steno machine. The Captionist will support students by transcribing spoken English into text during lectures, discussions, tutoring sessions, and other academic activities. This part-time position offers flexible work hours during the instructional period, necessitating availability on campus and onsite completion of assignments. The successful candidate should possess an understanding of deaf and hard-of-hearing communication needs, expert-level captioning skills, proficiency in relevant software, and the ability to adapt to diverse academic subject matters.