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Learn more about the Special Counsel to the Board of Regents position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Special Counsel to the Board. This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Vice Chancellor and Chief General Counsel. The position may be primarily located in either Reno or Las Vegas, Nevada.

The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions: two universities, a state university, four community colleges and a research institute. The public system of higher education in Nevada continues to experience growth with significant opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 15,000 employees.

This is a position within the NSHE Office of Legal Affairs (the “Office”).

The duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, providing confidential legal advice and counsel to the Board of Regents, its leadership, individual members, and staff in the areas of ethics in government law, open meeting law, parliamentary procedure/Robert’s Rules of Order and other specified areas; providing legal advice and representation to NSHE System Administration Office and NSHE institutions; and other matters as assigned by the Chief General Counsel.

This position reports to the Chief General Counsel and all duties of this position are performed under the direction and supervision of the Chief General Counsel.

SALARY GRADE: Grade E (starting salary range approximately $180,000.00 to $210,000.00; depending on experience). A benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life, and retirement.

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: March 15, 2024

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate must have earned a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an accredited institution with ten years of substantive legal experience or an equivalent combination thereof. An active license, in good standing, to practice law in the State of Nevada is also required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Successful candidates must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities. It is recommended that applicants for this position demonstrate their knowledge, skills and abilities in the following areas within their application materials:.

  • Open Meeting Law
  • Public Records Law
  • Ethics in Government law
  • Parliamentary Procedure / Robert’s Rules of Order
  • In-depth knowledge of Board of Regents Bylaws, policies and procedures
  • In-depth knowledge of policies, procedures, and organization of NSHE and its institutions
  • Employment Law
  • Broad knowledge of state and federal law
  • Ability to manage conflict, confrontation, and disagreements in a positive manner
  • Ability to organize and prioritize competing high priority tasks
  • Ability to look at all aspects of a problem, both practical and legal, and arrive at an effective solution
  • Ability to interact with a wide range of individuals
  • Effective collaboration with other counsel within NSHE
  • Effective administrative and management skills, strong computer, written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
  • A high degree of organizational skills for multi-tasking and tracking of multiple projects simultaneously
  • Legal practice skills related to serving as counsel for a public entity or Board, particularly including open meeting and ethics in government law compliance
  • Legal practice skills relating to contract drafting and interpretation, establishment and enforcement of policies and procedures, administrative law, and internal investigations and employment law issues

RESPONSIBILITIES: The duties of this position will include, but not be limited to, the following areas of responsibility.

  • Provide legal advice regarding compliance with the open meeting law, ethics in government law, and parliamentary procedure / Roberts Rules of Order
  • Review and approve all Board of Regents meeting agendas, supporting materials, and minutes for legal compliance
  • Attend all Board of Regents meetings including, without limitation, regular quarterly meetings, special meetings, and committee meetings
  • Respond to and advise on matters relating to the Board of Regents’ Bylaws
  • Respond to and advise on public records requests for records maintained by individual Regents and/or the Board Office in consultation with NSHE Chief General Counsel as well as coordinate with respect to all public records requests for records not maintained by the Board Office or individual Regents that concern the Board of Regents, review responses prepared by NSHE Legal Affairs office prior to release of Regent records, and provide production notices to Regents prior to release of records to the public
  • Assist in and/or represent the Board in litigation or other administrative concerns/complaints, including responding to open meeting law complaints
  • Provide legal advice and general guidance to the Board of Regents and its members regarding reporting requirements for elected public officers
  • Advise the Board of Regents and its members on policies and procedures codified in the Handbook and Procedures and Guidelines Manual as interpreted by and in consultation with NSHE Chief General Counsel
  • Prepare and execute open meeting law waivers
  • Ensure agendas are posted in accordance with open meeting law regulations and review meeting minutes for legal sufficiency
  • Provide legal holds to members of the Board of Regents and Board Office staff, when necessary, in consultation with NSHE Chief General Counsel
  • Coordinate, track, and review contracts
  • Provide advice and counsel on issues that are typically associated with legal representation of public entities, including but not limited to, employment matters, litigation, regulatory law, preventative law, public records requests and contract review
  • Provide production notices to regents prior to release of public records
  • Draft legal documents as assigned
  • Conduct training for the Board of Regents on Open Meeting Law, Ethics Law, the Board’s Bylaws, and the Regent’s Code of Ethical Conduct
  • Staff any committees or hearings related to Board enforcement of its Code of Ethical Conduct

TO APPLY: The application process will be handled through the Workday on-line search process. Application materials must include a current resume, detailed cover letter, and the name, email address and telephone number of four professional references willing to be contacted. Applicants should fully describe qualifications and experience as the initial review evaluates applicants based on documented, relevant qualifications and professional work experience. Applications will be considered incomplete without all requested materials. References will only be contacted for those who advance to the final phase of the search and with prior consent of the applicant. The review of materials will begin immediately. Materials should be addressed to Sherry Olson, Human Resources, and are to be submitted via on-line application at https://nshe.nevada.edu/administration/human-resources/. For assistance with NSHE’s on-line applicant portal, contact Sherry Olson at (775) 784-4901.

INTERNAL APPLICANTS: Current employees within the Nevada System of Higher Education MUST use the “Find Jobs” process within Workday to find and apply for jobs at NSHE institutions. Once you log into Workday and type “Find Jobs” in the search box which will navigate to the internal job posting site. Locate the specific job posting by typing the requisition number (e.g. R0000000) in the search box.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications may be submitted until the position is filled. The review of materials will begin immediately, however, for full consideration applications should be submitted by February 11, 2024.

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Learn more about the Information Security Analyst or Senior Information Security Analyst position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Information Security Analyst or Senior Information Security Analyst. This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Chief Information Security Officer.  The position will be physically located in either Reno or Las Vegas.  The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions: three universities, four community colleges and a research institute.  The public system of higher education in Nevada continues to experience growth with significant opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 12,000 employees. 

Position details:  This position will be responsible for ensuring the security and confidentiality of information systems and data for the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE). The Analyst will collaborate with the NSHE’s IT teams to identify, develop, and implement security strategies and solutions to safeguard the organization’s information assets from potential threats. Based on qualifications and experience, the finalist will be classified as either Information Security Analyst or Senior Information Security Analyst.

SALARY/GRADE: Grade C    

Information Security Analyst: $68,500 – $78,500/ Senior Information Security Analyst: $90,000 – 106,000  (both commensurate with education, experience, and training). Benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement. 

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: May 1, 2024

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Information Security Analyst: Associates degree from a regionally accredited institution with a minimum of 4 years of progression in information technology.  A minimum of 2 years of work directly related to IT security will be considered in lieu of the 4 years of progression in information technology. Prior IT experience in higher education, specifically the Nevada System of Higher Education is preferred.   

Senior Information Security Analyst: Bachelor’s degree in an IT-related field from a regionally accredited institution with 8 years of progression in information technology with a minimum of 5 years of work directly related to information security. Direct experience in the design, evaluation, implementation, configuration, administration, management and maintenance of information technology security systems, services, and appliances and tools are desired. Prior IT experience in higher education, specifically the Nevada System of Higher Education is preferred.  Supervisory skills desired.

The Senior Information Security Analyst will have an in-depth knowledge of vulnerability scanners such as Tenable/Nessus, Security and Information Event Management (SIEM) Systems such as Splunk, Microsoft Defender, and threat intelligence products such as Anomali.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:  Successful candidates must possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities.  It is recommended that applicants for this position address each of the following items in the resume or cover letter:

  • Knowledge or basic understanding of:
    • Information security infrastructure methodologies, technologies, and tools.
    • Various operating systems, network connectivity and protocols, “cloud” services and architecture.
    • General web and application knowledge.
    • Trends and developments in information security, as well as current and pending threats.  
    • Information security frameworks, such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, and federal and state information security and data privacy laws.
    • Basic government regulations and industry standards developed to protect and secure data and information of students, faculty, and staff.
    • Assist in maintaining an effective threat and vulnerability mitigation program.
    • Network infrastructure and security concepts.
  • Must have working experience in:
    • Analyzing, trending, and reporting upon data being presented from the various security platforms.
    • Evaluating new threats to determine the potential impact and level of risk to the Nevada System of Higher Education.  
    • Collaborating with internal staff, institutional partners, and contracted vendors.  
    • Working within established policies and procedures.  
  • Skills:
    • Written and verbal communication skills to be able to write and deliver reports, recommendations, and proposals to a variety of audiences.
    • Strong analytical skills to be able to synthesize complex and diverse information and present it in an easy-to-understand format.
    • Good problem-solving skills for the identification and resolution of problems as well as finding alternative solutions. 
    • Organizational skills that demonstrate time management and effectiveness.
    • Ability to balance workload priorities.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The duties of this position will include, but not be limited to, the following areas of responsibility:

  • Routinely collect, review, and analyze information and reports from various sources such as Splunk, Nessus/Tenable, Anomali, M365 Defender, etc.
  • Write reports and publications that will benefit all NSHE institutions while fostering good communications with other NSHE institutions.
  • Assist with vulnerability assessments of NSHE systems and networks and prioritize remediation efforts.
  • Represent the Information Security Department as a project resource for internal and NSHE-wide projects. Projects may also include work with external entities such as external auditors, law enforcement, and the State Office of Cyber Defense Coordination.
  • Assist with the investigation of reported incidents.  

In addition to the above, the Senior Information Security Analyst will:

  • Work with staff, to deliver on-going metrics to identify key successes and problem areas related to vulnerability and threat management.
  • Identify features, solutions, products, and services to expand NSHE’s current security infrastructure and capabilities.
  • Develop and provide recommendations to extend the security infrastructure to NSHE institutions, in a “shared services” model.

TO APPLY: The application process will be handled through the Workday on-line search process.  Application materials must include a current resume, detailed cover letter, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of four professional references willing to be contacted.  Applicants should fully describe qualifications and experience, since the initial review will serve to evaluate applicants based on documented, relevant qualifications and professional work experience.  Applications will be considered incomplete without all requested materials.  References will only be contacted for those who advance to the final phase of the search and with prior consent of the applicant.  The review of materials will begin immediately.  Materials should be addressed to Sherry Olson, Human Resources, and are to be submitted via on-line application at http://system.nevada.edu/Careers/index.htm.  For assistance with NSHE’s on-line applicant portal, contact Sherry Olson at (775) 784-3401 or solson@nshe.nevada.edu.

INTERNAL APPLICANTS:  Current employees within the Nevada System of Higher Education MUST use the “Find Jobs” process within Workday to find and apply for jobs at NSHE institutions.  Once you log into Workday and type “Find Jobs” in the search box which will navigate to the internal job posting site.  Locate the specific job posting by typing the requisition number (e.g. R0000000) in the search box.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications may be submitted until the position is filled.  The review of materials will begin immediately, however, for full consideration applications should be submitted by March 17, 2024.

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Learn more about the Program Coordinator position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of NSF Program Coordinator.  This is a grant-funded, renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the NSF Research Administrator.  The position is located in Las Vegas, Nevada.  

The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions: two universities, a state college, four community colleges and a research institute.  The public system of higher education in Nevada continues to experience growth with significant challenges and opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 15,000 employees.

Job Description:  The responsibility of the Program Coordinator is to provide administrative support to various SSPO/EPSCoR programs. The Program Coordinator assists Research Administrators (RA) with administrative tasks, program coordinator, and event coordination.  

STARTING SALARY: Grade B (starting salary range approximately $53,000 – $61,000 depending on experience). A benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life, and retirement.

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE:   March 15, 2024

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with one year of progressively responsible program experience (or) five years of progressive program experience may also meet the minimum requirements. Work experience that includes general budget management is also required.  Work experience that includes responsibility for creating and communicating policy and business procedures is a plus. Work experience in creating metrics and timelines is desirable Experience with Workday a plus.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:  Successful candidates must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities.  It is recommended that applicants for this position address each of the following items in the letter of application:

  • Candidate must possess a strong customer service orientation in addition to a professional, assertive demeanor with highly developed interpersonal and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Strong organizational skills (event planning)
  • Strong grammar and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail(s)
  • General understanding of sponsored programs management
  • Knowledge of sponsor guidelines for compliance
  • General understanding of higher education structure
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Ability in MS Office Word and Excel, and PowerPoint, to be proficient
  • Work autonomously
  • Ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The duties of this position will include, but not be limited to:

  • Assist Research Administrators with progress reports to include communication with various institutions and faculty, collecting demographic data, combining narrative in Word, combining numerical data in Excel, and uploading information into government reporting portals; 
  • Handle logistics for virtual meetings by creating online meeting reservations, sending invitations and reminders, collecting and loading presentation materials, and hosting meetings while taking minutes.
  • Assist in maintenance of existing websites. Check links regularly to ensure they are working. Check accuracy of information posted quarterly;
  • Assist with scholarship competitions and mentoring programs by developing information packets, communicating requirements to students, compiling data and results, and developing correspondence pieces;
  • Assist with budget and account management including monthly reports for various programs, creating independent contractor paperwork, compiling information for purchase orders, and assisting accounting staff as needed;
  • Provide administrative support for program staff including filing documents, creating files and binders, developing basic correspondence, and creating reports or presentation materials; and
  • Assist with events to include locating venues, managing registration lists, ordering food and materials, creating name badges and other program materials, and assisting on-site.

TO APPLY: The application process will be handled through the Workday on-line search process.  Application materials must include a current resume, detailed cover letter, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of four professional references willing to be contacted.  Applicants should fully describe qualifications and experience, since the initial review will serve to evaluate applicants based on documented, relevant qualifications and professional work experience.  Applications will be considered incomplete without all requested materials.  References will only be contacted for those who advance to the final phase of the search and with prior consent of the applicant.  The review of materials will begin immediately.  Materials should be addressed to Sherry Olson, Human Resources, and are to be submitted via on-line application at https://nshe.nevada.edu/leadership-policy/administration/human-resources/. For assistance with NSHE’s on-line applicant portal, contact Sherry Olson at (775) 784-4901.

INTERNAL APPLICANTS:  Current employees within the Nevada System of Higher Education MUST use the “Find Jobs” process within Workday to find and apply for jobs at NSHE institutions.  Once you log into Workday and type “Find Jobs” in the search box which will navigate to the internal job posting site.  Locate the specific job posting by typing the requisition number (e.g. R0000000) in the search box

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications may be submitted until the position is filled.  The review of materials will begin immediately, however, for full consideration applications should be submitted by February 28, 2024.

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Learn more about the Grants Accountant position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Grant Accountant.  This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to SSPO/EPSCoR.  The position will be located at Las Vegas. 

The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions:  Two universities, a state college, four community colleges and a research institute.  The public system of higher education in Nevada continues to experience growth with significant challenges and opportunities in serving over 100,000 students and 12,000 employees.

DESCRIPTION OF THE POSITION

The incumbent will be responsible for the post award processing of sponsored programs.  The post award position oversight of the following core functions:  all aspects of the Workday financial system, processing budget modifications, expense and revenue transfers, revenue and expense budgets, appropriations, and extensions; in addition to effort reporting, data entry, subaward processing and account close-outs.  This position will be required to calculate Facilities and Administrative costs associated with federal and/or for/non-profit awards.  The incumbent will be required to invoice agencies for expenditures and prepare drawdowns with the sponsor.  The incumbent is required to conduct sub monitoring of financial records, provide assistance as needed to research/project administrators internally and to NSHE institutions externally as directed by each subaward.

SALARY:  Grade B (starting salary range approximately $55,000-$61,000

depending on experience). A benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life, and retirement.                          

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE:  March 1, 2024

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with one year of progressively responsible in public or business administration, accounting, finance, or related field related to the position. (or) Associate’s degree with two years of progressively responsible in managing the administrative aspect of post award subrecipient monitoring, financial tracking of grants/contracts, provide financial assistance to grant/subaward recipients; and managing fiscal aspects of grants/subawards; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience; and managing fiscal aspects of grants/contracts/subaward  (or) three years of progressively responsible post award administration within a non-profit or university setting.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:  Successful candidates must possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities.  It is recommended that applicants for this position address each of the following items in the letter of application:

  • Federal Uniform Guidance, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and FFATA regulations
  • NSHE rules and regulations
  • Cost accounting principles
  • Grant/contract requirements
  • Problem solving
  • Financial knowledge within all systems
  • Excellent oral and written communication
  • Multi-tasking
  • Work with a diverse group of people
  • Be a team player
  • Attention to detail
  • Extremely organized
  • Time management
  • Proficient in Word, Excel, and Access
  • Knowledge of accounting programs of Workday

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The duties of this position will include, but not be limited to, the following areas of responsibility within post award functions:

  • Facilitates sponsored program’s core functions: Responsible for all aspects of the Workday financial system functions, data entry, invoicing/receipts, account reconciliations and other accounting related functions
  • Understands the internal procedures and guidelines to ensure compliance with NSHE policy and Federal and State regulations
  • Complete Equipment Inventory annually
  • Attends national conferences and represents NSHE SSPO/EPSCoR at these functions
  • Works with all campuses on grants/contracts management compliance, subaward processing, budget modifications, extensions and close-out, review/receipt subaward invoices and other customer service-related items.
  • Generate documentation and submit all invoices, draw downs, and financial reports (monthly, quarterly, and final) to agencies in accordance with invoicing terms and utilizing agencies’ financial system
  • Track accounts receivables from sponsors, review application of check and wire transfer payments, and work with various stakeholders for any required resolutions  
  • Provide customer service support for internal and external stakeholders
  • Administrates the effort reporting process throughout the life of the award
  • Other Duties as requested by management

TO APPLY:  The application process will be handled through the Consensus Search on-line search process.  Application materials must include a current resume, detailed cover letter, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of four professional references willing to be contacted.  Applicants should fully describe qualifications and experience, since the initial review will serve to evaluate applicants based on documented, relevant qualifications and professional work experience.  The review of materials will begin immediately.  Materials should be addressed to Sherry Olson, Search Coordinator, and are to be submitted via on-line application at http://system.nevada.edu/Careers/index.htm.  For assistance with NSHE’s on-line applicant portal, contact Sherry Olson at (775) 784-3401 or solson@nshe.nevada.edu.

The position will stay open until filled; however, initial review of applicants will begin on February 12, 2024.

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Learn more about the Senior Business Analyst, Finance position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Senior Business Analyst, Financial.  This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Assistant Director of Workday. The position may be located in Reno or Las Vegas.

The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions: three universities, four community colleges, and a research institute.  The public system of higher education in Nevada continues to experience rapid growth, with significant challenges and opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 15,000 employees.

The incumbent reports to the Assistant Director of Workday and assists NSHE stakeholders in identifying and documenting their business processes and suggests refinements and improvements to those processes.  The Senior Business Analyst also provides user support in complex problem analysis and resolution; designs and develops reports and data extracts that support business processes; develops technical specifications that support application customizations and assists in quality assurance testing.  The position serves as a bridge between the campus functional, internal and external project team members, and the SCS technical areas, and so he/she should have an excellent higher education functional knowledge as well as a technical background.

STARTING SALARY: Grade C (starting salary: $80,000.00 – $100,000.00 to commensurate with education, experience, and training). Benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement. 

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: November 1, 2023.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems or a related field from an accredited institution is required with four (4) years directly applicable experience ** or Master’s Degree with 2 years directly applicable experience.  Alternatively, 8 or more years directly related experience.

** Four (4) years directly applicable experience; 2 years functional experience in the areas of Finance, HCM, or Payroll/Time Tracking or 2 years Workday Business Analyst experience.  Additional 2 years Workday business analyst experience in the areas of Finance, HCM, or Payroll/Time Tracking.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Workday Pro Certification(s)
  • Higher Education Experience

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Successful candidates should possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities.  Applicants should address the following items in their letter of application when applying for this position.

  • Knowledge of key business functions in higher education in the Workday Business Process and overall system. 
  • Knowledge of information systems in higher education to support the functions above.  
  • Knowledge of business process analysis, business process redesign, and process improvement methods, tools, and techniques. 
  • Ability to translate business process redesign and automation into administrative efficiencies. 
  • Ability and experience in aligning data, policies, workflows, and information systems. 
  • Ability to learn new technologies and the flexibility to adapt them to NSHE IT processes. 
  • Ability and experience in addressing technological, organizational and services challenges. 
  • Ability to work with diverse individuals in a respectful, tactful, and productive manner. 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, specifically with respect to consensus building, presentation of ideas and plans, listening and translating specifications/requirements, and project participation.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a commitment to teamwork. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: The duties of this position will include, but not be limited to:

  • The Senior Business Analyst is responsible for understanding the client’s business processes and the capabilities of the business applications used by NSHE institutions.  By understanding the impact of the client’s processes on application capabilities, the incumbent can help the client solve their business problems in the most efficient and effective manner.
  • As both the functional expert and the developer of technical specifications, the Senior Business Analyst is an integral component in the creation of the technical solutions for identified client business needs.
  • The Senior Business Analyst assists the client in developing effective testing scripts and ensures that applications are well tested.
  • As a key player in IT projects, the Senior Business Analyst, led by a senior IT team member, will participate on and provide input to IT projects.
  • The Senior Business Analyst is the liaison between the campus functional user and the SCS technical staff. They turn business requirements into technical specifications so that other IT staff members can use these technical specifications to modify existing or develop new application functions.
  • Limited travel with overnight stays may be required in support of activities related to the position.
  • As a key holder of both business process and application knowledge, it falls to the Senior Business Analyst to effectively communicate user needs to the IT community, to align stakeholder expectations with resource availability and application capabilities, and to keep all involved parties informed and coordinated on project progression.  The Senior Business Analyst also will be a Project Lead for IAS on many IT projects that have a direct impact on the business applications SCS supports;
  • The Senior Business Analyst assists the client in developing effective testing scripts and ensures that applications are well tested;
  • Communicate with SCS colleagues and with campus customers throughout the processes of designing, developing, and maintaining applications.

TO APPLY: The application process will be handled through the Workday on-line search process.  Application materials must include a current resume, detailed cover letter, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of four professional references willing to be contacted.  Applicants should fully describe qualifications and experience, since the initial review will serve to evaluate applicants based on documented, relevant qualifications and professional work experience.  Applications will be considered incomplete without all requested materials.  References will only be contacted for those who advance to the final phase of the search and with prior consent of the applicant.  The review of materials will begin immediately.  Materials should be addressed to Sherry Olson, Human Resources, and are to be submitted via on-line application at https://nshe.nevada.edu/system-administration/departments/human-resources/careers/.  For assistance with NSHE’s on-line applicant portal, contact Sherry Olson at (775) 784-3401 or solson@nshe.nevada.edu.

INTERNAL APPLICANTS:  Current employees within the Nevada System of Higher Education MUST use the “Find Jobs” process within Workday to find and apply for jobs at NSHE institutions.  Once you log into Workday and type “Find Jobs” in the search box which will navigate to the internal job posting site.  Locate the specific job posting by typing the requisition number (e.g. R0000000) in the search box

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications may be submitted until the position is filled.  The review of materials will begin immediately, however, for full consideration applications should be submitted by October 15, 2023.

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Learn more about the Business Analyst, HCM position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Business Analyst, HCM.  This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Assistant Director of Workday.  The position may be in Reno or Las Vegas.  

The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions: three universities, four community colleges, and a research institute.  The public system of higher education in Nevada continues to experience rapid growth, with significant challenges and opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 15,000 employees.

NSHE maintains a wide area network and multiple data centers along with a wide variety of systems and applications to provide services to all of its institutions.  The Business Analyst is an integral part of the overall NSHE Workday team.  The Business Analyst position supports the Workday enterprise information system’s ongoing maintenance and continuous improvement of related business processes, configuration, and related activities across the NSHE institutions.  This position provides a bridge between the campus functional and the SCS technical areas.

STARTING SALARY: Grade C (Starting salary is approximately $65,000 to $75,000 commensurate with education, experience, and training) Benefits package includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement benefits.

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: April 1, 2024

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree in business or a related field from an accredited institution, and two (2) years of directly applicable experience as a business analyst, or a Master’s Degree from an accredited institution with one (1) year of directly applicable experience,   Alternatively, five or more years direct related experience in a large corporation or university environment where a combination equivalent skills and knowledge were acquired will be considered.  Background and experience in higher education and/or expertise for a large enterprise or university is preferred.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Successful candidates should possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities.  Applicants should address the following items in their letter of application when applying for this position.

  • Knowledge of key business functions in higher education in HCM functional areas such as core, recruiting, talent, absence, and benefits
  • Knowledge of information systems in higher education to support the functions above
  • Knowledge of business analysis methods for process improvement and process redesign
  • Ability to translate business process redesign and automation into administrative efficiencies
  • Ability and experience in aligning data, policies, workflows, and information systems
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, specifically with respect to consensus building, presentation of ideas and plans, and project participation
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and an end-user service orientation

RESPONSIBILITIES: The duties of this position will include, but not be limited to:

  • The Business Analyst is responsible for understanding the client’s business processes and the capabilities of the business applications used by NSHE institutions.  By understanding the impact of the client’s processes on application capabilities, the incumbent can help the client solve their business problems in the most efficient and effective manner.
  • As both the functional expert and the developer of technical specifications, the Business Analyst is an integral component in the creation of the technical solutions for identified client business needs.
  • The Business Analyst assists the client in developing effective testing scripts and ensures that applications are well tested.
  • As a key player in IT projects, the Business Analyst, led by a senior IT team member, will participate on and provide input to IT projects.
  • The Business Analyst is the liaison between the campus functional user and the SCS technical staff. They turn business requirements into technical specifications so that other IT staff members can use these technical specifications to modify existing or develop new application functions.
  • Limited travel with overnight stays may be required in support of activities related to the position.

TO APPLY: The application process will be handled through the Workday on-line search process.  Application materials must include a current resume, detailed cover letter, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of four professional references willing to be contacted.  Applicants should fully describe qualifications and experience, since the initial review will serve to evaluate applicants based on documented, relevant qualifications and professional work experience.  Applications will be considered incomplete without all requested materials.  References will only be contacted for those who advance to the final phase of the search and with prior consent of the applicant.  The review of materials will begin immediately.  Materials should be addressed to Sherry Olson, Human Resources, and are to be submitted via on-line application at http://system.nevada.edu/Careers/index.htm.  For assistance with NSHE’s on-line applicant portal, contact Sherry Olson at (775) 784-3401 or solson@nshe.nevada.edu.

INTERNAL APPLICANTS: Current employees within the Nevada System of Higher Education MUST use the “Find Jobs” process within Workday to find and apply for jobs at NSHE institutions.  Once you log into Workday and type “Find Jobs” in the search box which will navigate to the internal job posting site.  Locate the specific job posting by typing the requisition number (e.g. R0000000) in the search box

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications may be submitted until the position is filled.  The review of materials will begin immediately, however, for full consideration applications should be submitted by March 7, 2024

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Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Senior Research Engineer or Principal Research Engineer.  This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Principal Research Engineer.  The position will be located in Reno, Nevada.  

The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions: two universities, a state college, four community colleges and a research institute.  The public system of higher education in Nevada continues to experience growth with significant opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 15,000 employees. 

NSHE System Computing Services maintains a wide variety of technology systems and applications to provide services to all NSHE institutions. Additionally, SCS is the home of NevadaNet, the primary network connectivity provider for all NSHE institutions as well as many K-12 schools, state agencies, libraries, medical facilities, and other community anchor entities. The Research Engineering group is a new dedicated mission area within NSHE, designed to increase technology capabilities and coordination across Nevada in science and engineering education, research, and associated public services as Nevada emerges as a regional leader in wide-area science and service. The Research Engineer or Senior Research Engineer leverages SCS/NevadaNet’s central position in NSHE to pioneer implementation of leading-edge technologies as part of statewide digital transformation of connectivity, research, and education. The position is responsible for the architecture, development, and maintenance of research-facing networks and computing systems at SCS, and within key Statewide programs directly supported by SCS (such as the Nevada EPSCoR Office, Nevada Seismological Laboratory, and State Climate Office). Primary areas of focus will be assigned based on the incumbent’s skills and State research/education technology development priorities. Secondary areas of focus will be assigned where needed for training and ancillary support of SCS Network Services and System Engineering teams. Areas of focus include but are not limited to elements of data network hardware and software (e.g., fiber, copper, and wireless circuits, routers, switches, wireless gateways, edge computing hosts), network monitoring (e.g., SNMP, PerfSonar, Nagios, Intermapper), network control (e.g., routing protocols, security, automation), data and computing systems (e.g., databases, store & forward protocols, visualization, throughput computing, high performance computing), and operating system and virtualization environments (e.g., Linux, Windows, software containers, public/private cloud architectures). Technologies and solutions piloted by this position in research service areas will also contribute to long-term planning and evolution of production NevadaNet and System Computing Services architectures. Under normal supervision, incumbents combine independent thinking, effective communication, and problem solving across a wide range of work at the highest level of complexity to ensure that institutional-scale or statewide team research, education, and connectivity projects have the necessary technology tools to accomplish the objectives of our universities, colleges, institutes, and community partners.

STARTING SALARY: Grade C or D (starting salary range approximately $90,000 to $110,000 for Senior Research Engineer and $110,000 to $130,000 for Principal Research Engineer) Benefits package includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement.

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: December 1, 2023

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

The candidate should possess a fluency in data networking, relevant operating systems, programming/scripting languages, hardware configuration and maintenance, and tools plus have a working knowledge of relevant system environments commonly used in wide-area networks and/or academic computing. Work experience must be in a field directly related to Information Technology or Information Security. Preference will be given to candidates whose work experience is directly applicable to performing or contributing to research and development in a technical field of science or engineering; and/or whose relevant experience is in a higher education or academic environment.

Senior Research Engineer: A minimum of four (4) years of experience and a bachelor’s degree is required; a degree in computer science or related technical field and/or an advanced degree are preferred.  Alternatively, nine (9) or more years of direct experience in the position’s primary areas of expertise for a multi-user, complex enterprise or university may be substituted for a bachelor’s degree.

Principal Research Engineer: A minimum of six (6) years of experience and a bachelor’s degree is required; a degree in computer science or related technical field and/or an advanced degree are preferred.  Alternatively, nine (9) or more years of direct experience in the position’s primary areas of expertise for a multi-user, complex enterprise or university may be substituted for a bachelor’s degree.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:  Successful candidates must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities.  It is recommended that applicants for this position address each of the following items in the letter of application:

  • Advanced knowledge of computer networking, server, operating system, and data concepts directly applicable to wide-area networking, internet-of-things, cloud architecture, cluster computing, and user management.
  • Experience in computing and networking hardware deployment and operation.
  • Experience in OS (especially UNIX/Linux) systems administration and management.
  • Experience in software infrastructure deployment, management, and automation.
  • Knowledge of database concepts and operations.
  • Knowledge of IT systems monitoring, telemetry methods, and basic analytics.
  • Experience analyzing and troubleshooting technology as part of pilot or R&D deployments.
  • Experience with one or more scripting or code-as-infrastructure languages and tools (for example: Linux/bash, Python, Windows/Powershell, C++, SSH, Git, Ansible, Docker, Elasticsearch, Prometheus, Grafana).
  • Experience with Microsoft productivity tools (Visio, Word, Excel, Teams, Sharepoint).
  • Ability to effectively prioritize multiple tasks based on criticality and workload.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with users, peers, and management objectively and with a courteous and professional attitude.
  • Ability to discern when independent action, peer collaboration, or escalation through a chain of command is needed to resolve issues.
  • Ability to exercise strong analytical and problem-solving skills with a creative mindset.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills across a variety of audiences, including technical and non-technical users, team members, and managers.
  • Ability to research, pilot, and provide in-depth analysis related to new technologies, tools, and methodologies.
  • Experience performing routine technical tasks and solving problems of low to medium complexity relevant to R&D initiatives within NSHE.
  • Ability to meticulously analyze and troubleshoot problems.
  • Experience participating in the implementation of technically complex projects affecting many end-users.
  • Ability to work non-standard hours, i.e. some nights and weekends, participate in research team meetings, and travel to remote sites or SCS datacenters as needed, in support of SCS’s research-facing operations.
  • Familiarity with system and service lifecycles, including selection, procurement, design, maintenance, and decommissioning.

The Principal Research Engineer must also possess the following:

  • Ability to perform most work independently and without direct supervision.
  • Expert knowledge of computer networking, server, operating system, and data concepts directly applicable to wide-area networking, internet-of-things, cloud architecture, cluster computing, and user management.
  • Experience in design/deployment of data networks, especially wide-area networks and/or sensor networks.
  • Experience with Science and Research DMZ networks.
  • Experience in software infrastructure design, deployment, and management.
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME) level understanding of OS (especially UNIX/Linux) systems administration.
  • Experience in cloudy/foggy computing environments.
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully lead complex technical projects and systems operations.
  • Experience in leading project-related documentation efforts.
  • Experience performing difficult technical tasks and solving problems of medium to high complexity relevant to R&D initiatives within NSHE.
  • Ability to teach and train peers and less-experienced colleagues in the design/operation of technologies as one of SCS’s technical subject matter experts.
  • Ability to proactively identify potential solutions to R&D needs and effectively communicate the advantages and disadvantages of those solutions to peers and leadership.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The duties of this position will include, but not be limited to, the following areas of responsibility:

  • Install, configure, test, tune, and perform diagnostic and preventive maintenance activities in support of research computing, data, and network functions and services across NSHE. 
  • Ensure efficient, secure, and reliable operation of technology environments that face research, education, and public service.
  • Analyze and diagnose hardware and software failures, implement corrective action necessary to restore system operations, and proactively develop and implement upgrades/changes.
  • Ensure applicable security policies and procedures are taken into consideration throughout the system lifecycle to provide reliable, accurate, and efficient systems which meet NSHE’s research, education, and public service needs. 
  • Research, evaluate, design, and test new architectures, hardware, software, virtualization, best practices, utilities, methodologies, and management technology elements. 
  • Develop and maintain operating procedures and problem/change workflows for research networks, computing, software, and data environments. 
  • Pursue collegial integration across NSHE institutions with students, faculty, and staff through project collaboration, solutions development, training opportunities, and committee service.
  • Work directly with state-wide research/service programs within NSHE to advance research/service data workflows and applications between these programs and their stakeholders.
  • Collaborate with SCS and NSHE technical colleagues as new research-facing technology solutions are developed and coordinated. 
  • Document infrastructure topology, asset inventories, customer and vendor service agreements as well as other administrative, technical, or historical documentation as needed.
  • Contribute to nationally and internationally impactful science and engineering working groups with networking and technology applications.

Travel within the State of Nevada is occasionally required to perform assigned duties.

TO APPLY: The application process will be handled through the Workday on-line search process.  Application materials must include a current resume, detailed cover letter, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of four professional references willing to be contacted.  Applicants should fully describe qualifications and experience, since the initial review will serve to evaluate applicants based on documented, relevant qualifications and professional work experience.  Applications will be considered incomplete without all requested materials.  References will only be contacted for those who advance to the final phase of the search and with prior consent of the applicant.  The review of materials will begin immediately.  Materials should be addressed to Sherry Olson, Human Resources, and are to be submitted via on-line application at https://nshe.nevada.edu/system-administration/departments/human-resources/careers/. For assistance with NSHE’s on-line applicant portal, contact Sherry Olson at (775) 784-4901.

INTERNAL APPLICANTS:  Current employees within the Nevada System of Higher Education MUST use the “Find Jobs” process within Workday to find and apply for jobs at NSHE institutions.  Once you log into Workday and type “Find Jobs” in the search box which will navigate to the internal job posting site.  Locate the specific job posting by typing the requisition number (e.g. R0000000) in the search box

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications may be submitted until the position is filled.  The review of materials will begin immediately, however, for full consideration applications should be submitted by November 26, 2023.

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Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE), System Administration Office in Reno, NV is seeking applications for an Administrative Assistant 4. The Administrative Assistant is the first point of contact for the NSHE office. This position is expected to provide excellent customer service and perform a variety of support functions to ensure smooth operations within the NSHE System Administration front office. This position will attend to visitors, guests, and the general public by greeting, welcoming, directing and announcing them appropriately. The Administrative Assistant 4 will be responsible for answering, screening, and forwarding incoming calls while providing basic information when necessary.

This position will also serve as the office manager overseeing the general operations of the NSHE System Administration office including supervising students, primary contact for building maintenance, maintaining office inventory of supplies, room set up/take down for various meetings, and other duties as assigned.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Project Management:

  • Collaborate with supervisor to develop project timelines and resource requirements (equipment, materials, funds, etc.)
  • Maintain detailed project documentation, ensuring accuracy and accessibility
  • Facilitate effective communication between all parties involved (can be internally or externally)
  • Coordinate tasks and activities and timely completion
  • Schedule and organize project meetings, ensure all relevant parties are informed and prepared
  • Generate regular project status reports, summarizing progress and highlight any potential issues
  • Identify and address challenges as they arise, collaborate with team to find solutions

Reporting Support:

  • Facilitate collection and organization of data from all NSHE Institutions to assist in budget preparation and analysis
  • Draft reports, summarizing information and ensure data provided is accurate, transferred and corresponds to narrative
  • Review templates submitted by institutions for complete information; liaise with high profile administrators (VPAF, Controllers, correspondents from State Legislatures, etc.) to collect missing or incorrect data.
  • Identify discrepancies or financial issues and support Director to resolve them
  • Retain records of budgetary transactions and maintain accurate financial records
  • Utilize financial software and tools to upload budget reports and similar documents

Office Manager:

  • Oversee general office operations of the Reno System Administration office.
  • Supervise student workers. Create work schedules for each semester, coordinate assignments, and provide training as needed.
  • Monitor, purchase and maintain office supplies and equipment.
  • Primary contact building maintenance – coordinate services with UNR Custodial, UNR Facilities and outside vendors. Pay vendors for services and make fiscally responsible decisions when making purchases and securing services.
  • Maintain and distribute staff contact lists to all of System Administration.
  • Maintain office filing and storage systems.
  • Post agendas and manage posting board to adhere to open meeting laws.
  • Serve as point of contact for SA Reno conference room scheduling and provide technical assistance when issues arise
  • Serve as SA Reno receptionist; greet and direct guests, answer calls and forward appropriately.
  • Maintain office security by implementing procedures and controlling office access

Administrative Support:

  • Draft, prepare, review and edit correspondence
  • Coordinate all logistics for meetings, conferences and events
  • Support executives and team members with travel and pcards
  • Serve as back-up assistant to the following individuals: Vice Chancellor for Budget and Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Assistant Chief Financial Officer, SCS Budget Director, NSHE Budget Director and Principal Budget Analyst
  • Support duties include:
    • Calendaring and scheduling
    • Organizing and preparing for meetings, including preparing agendas and taking meeting notes
    • Coordinating travel arrangements, including travel expenses and reimbursements
    • Coordinating communication both written and verbal

Required Qualifications

  • This position requires graduation from high school or equivalent education and four (4) years of progressively responsible relevant work experience which included experience in one or more of the following areas: providing administrative/program support to professional staff and management; performing secretarial duties in support of a manager; coordinating communications between the manager, staff and program clientele; supervision of subordinate staff; researching information from internal and external sources; OR
  • One (1) year of experience as an Administrative Assistant III in Nevada State service; OR
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience as described above.

A valid Class “C” Nevada driver’s license or higher operator’s license is required at the time of appointment and as a condition of continuing employment.

Preferred Qualifications

Candidates with Microsoft Office Suite and Workday experience are encouraged to apply.

Schedule

The typical work schedule is Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm; this is subject to change based on organizational needs.

Compensation Grade

Grade 29 (Entry, Step 01 $21.64/hr. – Step 03 $23.49/hr.)

In classified service, salary is in Grade and Step. The Step is determined based on the Nevada Administrative Code. Salary placement above a Step 01 at initial appointment is determined based on the recruitment, the candidate’s qualifications, internal equity and budgets. A request to accelerate salary must be approved by Human Resources and abide by the Nevada Administrative Code.

To view the classified compensation schedules, please visit: Classified Compensation. Select Salary schedule, PP01.

For more information, visit the Classified Salary Calculator

Benefits

  • Employees are enrolled in The Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada (PERS) upon hire. Retirement plan – Retirement Calculator
  • Health insurance options including dental and vision – Health Insurance
  • Life insurance, generous annual and sick leave – Classified Benefits
  • EAP Program through ComPsych supports employees (and eligible dependents) through life’s difficult moments. Mountain EAP is located in Reno and specializes in counseling and advising services for personal or interpersonal issues.

Grants-in-Aid for Classified Employees

NSHE encourages employees to pursue training and educational opportunities available to them through the Nevada System of Higher Education institutions. Tuition is paid in full when Classified employees enroll in a course that can apply toward the completion of a degree or is job-related. Classified Staff Grants-In-Aid Benefit

NSHE Office Information

The Chancellor is the chief executive officer of the Nevada System of Higher Education and is responsible to the Board of Regents for the administration and of the financial management of the Board’s policies. The campus presidents and vice chancellors are responsible to the Chancellor. The NSHE Chancellor’s Office provides system administration for the Board of Regents, academic and student affairs, health sciences, finance and budget, legal affairs, human resources, system computing services, college collaboration, diversity, government and community affairs.  For more information, please visit the NSHE web site at: 
https://nshe.nevada.edu/

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

This posting is open until filled

Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Lists of eligible candidates will be established and hiring may occur early in the recruiting process. Recruitment will close without notice when a sufficient number of applications are received or a hiring decision has been made.

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Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Administrative Coordinator.  This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Sr. Executive Assistant.  The position will be located in either Reno or Las Vegas.

The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions: two universities, a state college, four community colleges and a research institute.  The public system of higher education in Nevada continues to experience growth with significant opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 15,000 employees. 

The Administrative Coordinator supports the Senior Executive Assistant and the department. This position involves performing various administrative duties, acting as scribe during meetings, assisting in the review and analysis of electronic records, assisting in projects, and undertaking other assigned tasks.

SALARY/GRADE: Grade B (starting salary: $55,000.00 – $65,000.00 to commensurate with education, experience, and training). Benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement. 

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: April 1, 2024

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with two (2) years of progressively responsible administrative experience (or) an Associate’s degree with three (3) years of progressively responsible administrative experience (or) alternatively, five (5) years of progressively responsible administrative experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:  Successful candidates must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities.  It is recommended that applicants for this position address each of the following items in the letter of application:

  • Standard administrative procedures, policies, and best practices.
  • Common office tools, such as Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
  • Recordkeeping and document control.
  • Manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Prioritize tasks and meet deadlines.
  • Analyze issues and identify solutions.
  • Research information and present findings.
  • Maintain confidentiality and discretion.
  • Work independently or within a team environment.
  • Take and transcribe notes.
  • Solid organizational skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The duties of this position will include, but are not limited to the following areas of responsibility:

  • Review and analyze electronic database records and correct errors or duplicates.
  • Identify routine inconsistencies, redundancies, or data integrity issues within the database.
  • Solicit agenda items for various meetings from attendees; prepare and distribute agenda prior to meeting.
  • Act as primary scribe during meetings, capturing accurate and detailed notes.
  • Organize and distribute meeting notes, and post to applicable library.
  • Assist in the development and maintenance of an electronic records library.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to determine what type of documents/files should be added or maintained in the library.
  • Provide general administrative support, as needed, for assisting directors in the scheduling of meetings.
  • Collaborate with the Senior Executive Assistant and the Project Manager in helping plan and coordinate office and departmental projects and events.
  • Monitor departmental tasks on special projects and follow-up, as needed, until completion.
  • Serve as back-up for administrative processes such as receipt/invoice processing, travel, and expense report processing.
  • Assist the Senior Executive Assistant with any additional tasks or projects as needed.

TO APPLY: The application process will be handled through the Workday on-line search process.  Application materials must include a current resume, detailed cover letter, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of four professional references willing to be contacted.  Applicants should fully describe qualifications and experience, since the initial review will serve to evaluate applicants based on documented, relevant qualifications and professional work experience.  Applications will be considered incomplete without all requested materials.  References will only be contacted for those who advance to the final phase of the search and with prior consent of the applicant.  The review of materials will begin immediately.  Materials should be addressed to Sherry Olson, Human Resources, and are to be submitted via on-line application at http://system.nevada.edu/Careers/index.htm.  For assistance with NSHE’s on-line applicant portal, contact Sherry Olson at (775) 784-3401 or solson@nshe.nevada.edu.

INTERNAL APPLICANTS:  Current employees within the Nevada System of Higher Education MUST use the “Find Jobs” process within Workday to find and apply for jobs at NSHE institutions.  Once you log into Workday and type “Find Jobs” in the search box which will navigate to the internal job posting site.  Locate the specific job posting by typing the requisition number (e.g. R0000000) in the search box

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications may be submitted until the position is filled.  The review of materials will begin immediately, however, for full consideration applications should be submitted by March 3, 2024

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