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Learn more about the Workday Integration Developer OR Workday Senior Integration Developer position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Workday Integration Developer and/or Senior Workday Integration Developer. This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Assistant Director, development and Integrations. The position will be located in Reno or 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 opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 15,000 employees.


A Workday Integration Developer is responsible for the development, support, and maintenance of Workday integrations provided by System Computing Services (SCS) to the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) community. SCS applications support the business functions of the NSHE campuses which include but is not limited to, Payroll, Finance, HRMS, Benefits and Student Financials.


SALARY GRADE: C (Workday Integration Developer: $80,000 to $95,000 OR Senior Workday Integrations Developer: $95,000 to $110,000 commensurate with education, experience, and training) Benefits package includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement benefits.


APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: August 1, 2022


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Workday Integration Developer: A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required + 2 yrs. directly applicable experience. A degree in Information Systems or a related field is preferred. Alternatively, 6 or more year’s direct experience in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems (PeopleSoft, SAP, Oracle, Salesforce, Netsuite, Taleo, or other SaaS and On-Premise ERP systems) and at least two years of formal education or training in a related field may be substituted for a Bachelor’s Degree. Candidate should have functional experience in the areas of Finance, HCM, or Payroll/Time Tracking, Report Writing, Security or Workday integrations.


Senior Workday Integration Developer: A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required + 4 yrs. directly applicable experience or Master’s Degree in computer related field with 2 years directly applicable experience. Alternatively, 8 or more year’s direct experience in Enterprise Resource Planning
(ERP) systems (Workday, PeopleSoft, SAP, Oracle) and at least two years of formal education or training in a related field may be substituted for a Bachelor’s Degree. Candidate must have a minimum of 2 years of Workday integrations experience. Additional experience may include functional experience in the areas of Finance, HCM, Payroll/Time Tracking, Security or Report Writing.


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:


Required Skills:

  • Strong analysis and ability to creatively solve complex problems
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Fostering trusting relationships with customers, co-workers and supervisors.
  • Provide excellent customer service.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and tact
  • Ability to function in a team
  • Ability to understand the technical aspects of ERP information technology services
  • Provide integration support to users of Workday.
  • Basic understanding for reports and how they function in Workday.
  • Should have ERP (SAP, PeopleSoft, Workday) experience in one or more core areas (Finance, HCM, Payroll)
  • Basic understanding of integrations within Workday.
  • Ability to analyze and document customer needs and requirements.

The Senior Workday Developer must also possess the following:

  • Provides advanced integration support to users of Workday.
  • Should have Workday fundamentals in two or more core areas (Finance, HCM, Payroll) along
  • with reporting and integrations and one must be at advanced level.
  • Intermediate level of understanding of reports and how they function in Workday.
  • Ability to create advanced and matrix type reports and to communicate complex functional
  • specifications and requirements to reporting team.
  • Basic understanding of calculated fields in Workday and how they function.
  • Advanced level of understanding of EIBs and Integrations in Workday. Must know most
  • integration types, how to use them and what integration type is best used for the given requirements.
  • Advanced ability to analyze and document customer needs and requirements.
  • The incumbent must have the ability and interest to learn new techniques, tools and methodologies.


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

  • Design and Analysis. A detailed analysis of the problem is required to determine the best solution for all inbound and outbound interfaces with Workday. Research and problem solving are required to define a successful solution. An accurate initial definition of the work and a good design will affect the success of subsequent implementation and use. The rapid evolution of information technologies and tools requires researching and learning new techniques and adapting them to NSHE IT processes.
  • Implement a solution through coding, documentation, and testing. Skillful coding and thorough testing are required to create an efficient workable programming solution. Sufficient documentation will enable continued support of the application. Accurate, efficient, understandable, and easy to use applications impact the productivity, efficiency and accuracy of NSHE member institutions’ business practices.
  • Integration Support. Support existing integrations and keep them up to date based on ever changing Workday updates and vendor requirements. Updates to Workday happen twice yearly and require full analysis of all supported integrations and as vendor systems are updated so to must our systems be tested and updated accordingly to ensure integrations to vendors systems continue to function
  • Communication. Communicate with SCS colleagues and with campus customers throughout the processes of creating and maintaining applications. Communication with customers is essential in designing an application and assessing its success. Communication with the SCS programming, operations, systems and customer services staff is essential in forging the team support required for successful service to customers. For customer satisfaction and productivity, it is essential to understand the NSHE customers’ business processes and goals and how available IT applications can facilitate those processes and goals.
  • Other functions may be added as appropriate.
Apply at Workday for the Workday Integration Developer OR Workday Senior Integration Developer Position

Learn more about the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development and Community Colleges position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development & Community Colleges.  This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs and Community Colleges.  The position will be 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 opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 15,000 employees.

In consultation with the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs and Community Colleges and the NSHE institutions, the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development and Community Colleges is responsible for aligning the system’s workforce development strategic initiatives with the goals of the State of Nevada.  In addition, the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development and Community Colleges will serve as executive support to the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs and Community Colleges in the areas of administration, coordination, and advocacy for the four community colleges.

The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development and Community Colleges reports to the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs and Community Colleges and serves to foster workforce development initiatives in collaboration with the two universities, the state college, four community colleges of the Nevada System of Higher Education, and applicable state agencies.  In close coordination with each of the presidents and their staff, the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development and Community Colleges provides leadership and support in the development and growth of programs that prepare the workforce for all key sectors serving the Nevada economy and its citizens.  The Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development and Community Colleges will also be responsible for working directly with the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs and Community Colleges in collaborating with the four community college presidents to plan, organize, review, and evaluate system-wide programs.

SALARY GRADE:  E ($140,000 to $175,000 commensurate with education and experience.) Benefits package includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement benefits. 

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE:  September 15, 2022

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  A master’s or professional degree from an accredited institution and seven (7) or more years of progressive experience, or a Doctoral Degree and five (5) or more years of progressive experience.   An exception may be made for a candidate with a bachelor’s degree plus ten (10) or more years of comparable managerial experience. Managerial experience in the public sector relevant to a higher education environment preferred.

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:

  • Knowledge of higher education and an associated vision for workforce development;
  • Expertise in workforce development in the public sector;
  • Knowledge and experience with public policy making, including knowledge of higher education and the legislative process;
  • Knowledge and experience in drafting policies, procedures and guidelines; and
  • Knowledge of NSHE Board policy, state and federal laws relating to higher education;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, specifically with respect to persuasion and building consensus
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and service orientation
  • Skill in managing personnel and budgets, especially in the public sector;
  • Skill in project management (tracking, analysis, metrics and reporting), with experience in managing multiple projects simultaneously;
  • Skill in the use of a variety of computer applications, accounting systems, and database information, including Microsoft 365 (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.);
  • Skill in setting priorities which accurately reflect the relative importance of job responsibilities;
  • Skill in working independently and following through on assignments with minimal direction;
  • Skill in working collaboratively as part of a team and building consensus and/or a shared work product; and
  • Skill in analyzing information, problems, situations, practices or procedures to define a problem or objective, identify relevant concerns or factors, identify patterns, tendencies and relationships, formulate logical and objective conclusions, and recognize alternatives and their implications.
  • Ability and experience in aligning workforce development with higher education missions;
  • Ability and enthusiasm for managing and implementing change;
  • Ability to work with diverse individuals and groups in a tactful, productive manner.
  • Ability to exercise judgment to solve administrative problems where the answer is not apparent;
  • Ability to communicate effectively in both an oral and written manner;
  • Ability to present information in a public setting to various constituencies, including the Board of Regents and legislative committees,
  • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with staff members, and administrators;
  • Ability to process large amounts of information and break it down into critical elements;
  • Ability to determine the most appropriate format for conveying information to a specific audience;
  • Ability to make appropriate judgments with processing information as it relates to other critical processes within the Nevada System of Higher Education;
  • Ability to analyze and apply laws, regulations, theories and methodology;
  • Ability to carry out program specifications, plan and evaluate activities, and articulate results;
  • Ability to build consensus with stakeholders, including institutional faculty, staff and administrators; and
  • Ability to prioritize and complete multiple tasks in an efficient and timely manner while strictly adhering to deadlines.

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

Workforce Growth and Development

  • Works in close alignment with the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs and Community Colleges to address the needs, demands and responsibilities of Nevada’s community colleges in all relevant areas
  • In conjunction with the Vice Chancellor reports on relevant information regarding workforce development to the Board of Regents’ Workforce Committee. 
  • Acts as liaison with other state agencies such as the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED); Governor’s Office of Workforce Innovation (GOWINN); the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR); the Nevada Department of Education; the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS); local workforce development boards/agencies; and local school districts, to create workforce development opportunities for Nevada residents that align with the needs of clients served by these agencies. 
  • Advocates for issues and advancements within the state and nationally that support workforce growth and stability in Nevada. 
  • Seeks to coordinate efforts to address professional workforce deficits in broad sectors such as education and health care. 
  • Works with system and institution faculty and leadership to develop training and credential programs that will serve the workforce development demands of industry and services in Nevada, including State of Nevada agencies.
  • Establishes and nurtures inter-agency linkages with the Nevada Department of Education and local school districts that will aid in the creation and growth of career pathways that incorporate the curricula offered by NSHE institutions. 

Board of Regents’ Workforce Committee and Policy Development

  • With the guidance of the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs and Community Colleges, provides staffing for Board of Regents’ standing committees, such as the Workforce Committee, and ad hoc committees as needed.  Works with committee chairs to build agendas, new business items and Chair’s Reports
  • Works with a variety of constituents from across the NSHE system and the State to develop Board policy recommendations in support of workforce growth and development.
  • Works with campuses on developing policy and/or procedures guiding the formulation of campus workforce development plans and subsequently provides support in building such plans.

Development and Oversight of Grants

  • Seeks grants and gifts from public and private sources that will support the development and growth of NSHE institution programs, such as the Workforce Innovation for a New Nevada Fund (WINN) grants offered through the GOED; the STEM Challenge Grants offered through the Governor’s Office of Science, Innovation & Technology (OSIT); and/or U.S. Departments of Labor, Education and Justice grants.
  • Working closely with the NSHE System Sponsored Programs and EPSCoR unit, serves as Project Director for existing workforce grants, ensuring compliance with all requirements and managing budgets.

Staff Supervision/Other Duties as Assigned

  • Supervises a small staff assigned to implement workforce grants and projects.
  • Assists the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs and Community Colleges with special projects and other duties as requested.
Apply at Workday for the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Workforce Development and Community Colleges Position

Learn more about the Workday Business Intelligence Developer position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Workday Business Intelligence Developer or Senior Business Intelligence Developer. This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Assistant Director for Development and Integration. The position may be located in either Reno or 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 opportunities in serving over 105,000 students and 12,000 employees.

The positions will support the NSHE Workday system environment and provide continuing data reporting and business intelligence support of Workday’s cloud-based administrative solution creating a unified Human Resources, Payroll and Financial Management system for the Nevada System of Higher Education.

SALARY GRADE: C (starting salary range approximately $70,000 – $100,000 and benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life and retirement.)

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE: September 15, 2022

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Successful candidates must have an earned Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems or a related field with five years of directly applicable experience.

Preferred experience:

  • 5+ years developing reporting solutions with ERP software
  • 5+ years Human Resource, Payroll or Financial software application experience
  • 5+ Years Business Intelligence reporting experience
  • 5+ Years Data warehousing experience and/or Big Data
  • EDI, Web Services, XML, XSLT, Java experience
  • Workday ERP systems and reporting
  • The incumbent must have the ability and interest to learn new techniques, tools and methodologies
  • Background and experience in higher education and/or expertise for a large enterprise or university

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:

  • Strong analysis and ability to creatively solve complex problems;
  • excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • strong interpersonal skills and tact;
  • strong customer service and service management focus
  • ability to function in a team;
  • ability to understand the technical aspects of the information technology services
  • provided by SCS;
  • ability to understand SCS resources and procedures;
  • ability and interest to learn new techniques, tools and methodologies.

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

The major purpose of this position is to develop, support, and maintain various types of data reports, queries, and extracts for the Workday enterprise system environment. Responsibilities will include design and analysis, gathering functional requirements, reporting system administration, maintaining documentation, and development skills using various types of analytics tools and Workday reporting features. Design timely and accurate dashboards, reports, presentations, and visual aids used to educate, inform and influence the decisions of HR/Finance and business leaders within NSHE. Analyze existing production reporting and programming logic to provide more efficient operations or to identify difficulties. Revise logic and procedures involved, as necessary. Identify the data model and security requirements including role-based permissions for HR and Financial reporting solutions. Provide necessary statutory and legally required reports globally as mandated by government agencies, state agencies and /or work councils. Develop, test and evaluate reports, dashboard and big datasets. Effectively communicate with NSHE stakeholders throughout the development processes.

Apply at Workday for the Workday Business Intelligence Developer Position

Learn more about the Mental Health Wellness Officer  position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Mental Health Wellness Officer.  This position is a grant funded, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position that reports to the Executive Vice Chancellor and is funded through September 29, 2023.  The position may be located in Reno or 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 opportunities in serving over 100,000 students and 15,000 employees. 

The Mental Health Wellness Officer will work with the NSHE Mental Health Task Force (MHTF) to conduct a system-wide needs assessment of the mental health and emotional wellbeing of its students, faculty, and staff. The Mental Health Wellness Officer will also work with system and institutional leadership to identify, coordinate, and provide mental health first aid, or comparable or equivalent, training, suicide awareness and prevention training, and professional development opportunities to faculty, staff, and students across the system.

SALARY GRADE: D ($120,000 to $130,000 commensurate with education and experience.) Benefits package includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement benefits. 

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE:  December 1, 2022

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  A Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with five (5) years of experience directly applicable to the position; candidates must have direct experience working with mental health-related projects and programs.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: A Master’s or Doctoral Degree in a health-related field. Experience in successful grant-writing. Experience coordinating grant funded programs. Knowledge and experience with program evaluation.  

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:

  • Knowledge and experience working with community mental health agencies and organizations.
  • Knowledge of substance abuse, mental health, and recovery issues and principles.
  • Familiarity with state and local mental health and wellbeing delivery systems and services.
  • Familiarity with survey assessments, including but not limited to the deployment, implementation, analysis, and reporting of survey results.
  • A strong understanding of national and local mental health and wellbeing trends both within and outside of higher education.
  • Cultural competency and a working understanding of how to provide culturally responsive and culturally informed services.
  • Effective interpersonal communication with diverse stakeholders (i.e., students, employers, educators, and administrators).
  • Excellent problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to facilitate training and workshops.
  • Flexible and team player.
  • Ability to develop and maintain effective partnerships in cross-cultural settings.
  • Keen desire for excellence and accuracy.
  • Self-starter and self-reliant.
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Ability to synthesize large amounts of information into cogent, easy-to-understand reports and presentations.
  • Excellent analytical, written, and public speaking   skills.

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

  • Maintain responsibility for NSHE system-wide mental health needs assessment planning, implementing, monitoring, and reporting activities.
  • Respond to inquiries from all NSHE stakeholders.
  • Identify effective mental health first aid and suicide awareness and prevention learning and professional development opportunities offered by subject matter experts relevant to higher education.
  • Collaborate with the NSHE Mental Health Task Force and system administration and institutional leadership to coordinate and offer mental health first aid and suicide awareness and prevention trainings to NSHE’s faculty, staff, and students.
  • Ensure compliance with all grant reporting requirements and obligations.
  • Design and draft internal and external memoranda, written reports, and other products as relevant to the mental health needs assessment and system-wide training programs.
  • Keep supervisor informed of day-to-day activities, significant events or conditions impacting on participants and/or staff well-being, team safety, and office operations.
  • Other duties as assigned.
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Learn more about the Retirement Plan Coordinator position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations for the position of Retirement Plan Coordinator. This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position and reports to the Director of Retirement Plan Administration. This position may be located in Reno or Las Vegas, Nevada.

The NSHE is comprised of eight institutions: two universities, a state college, four community colleges and 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 Retirement Plan Coordinator reports directly to the Director, Retirement Plan Administration and serves as the primary support to Director of Retirement Plan Administration. The incumbent is responsible for providing effective communication, development of correspondence, coordination of multiple projects and the provision of professional level administrative support within the retirement plan area. Duties may include event planning, calendar management, budget tracking, records management and coordination of travel arrangements and serve as liaison between the Director of Retirement Plan Administration and constituents or stakeholders.

SALARY GRADE:  C ($60,000 to $70,000 commensurate with education, experience, and training) Benefits package includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement benefits.

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE:  December 1, 2022

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  A Bachelor’s degree preferably in Business, Finance or Accounting from a regionally accredited institution with two (2) years of professional experience, alternatively, seven (7) years of progressive experience in retirement plan administration.

Experience in a higher education setting is preferred.               

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:

  • Knowledge of or ability to quickly gain understanding of NSHE organizational structure, and policies and procedures related to position. 
  • Must possess a strong customer service orientation in addition to a professional, assertive demeanor with highly developed interpersonal written and oral communication skills.
  • Must possess a strong attention to detail.
  • Must be highly proficient in MS Office Word and proficient in PowerPoint
  • Must have advanced knowledge and skill in Excel using pivot tables, formulas, data manipulation and filters.
  • General computer literacy
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality, accuracy, and integrity.
  • Demonstrate attention to detail, respond to unexpected job demands and keep pace with rapidly changing priorities.
  • Ability to make independent decisions appropriately and within boundaries of assigned authority.
  • Ability to interpret projects as assigned by the Director Retirement Plan Administration and exercise initiative, discretion, and critical judgment as a professional.
  • Develop and maintain an effective, productive, and cooperative working, reporting and professional relationship with employees at all levels of the organization.
  • Work collaboratively with individuals and groups to incorporate their ideas and adapt to their needs.
  • Ability to organize assigned tasks, multi-task effectively, prioritize heavy workload, develop comprehensive timetables and strategies to meet multiple and constantly changing deadlines.  Anticipate conditions, plan ahead, establish priorities, and meet multiple deadlines.
  • Ability to represent the Director of Retirement Plan Administration and to deal effectively with a broad range of constituents.
  • Ability to demonstrate high proficiency with MS Office Word, using PowerPoint and Excel using pivot tables, formulas, data manipulation and filters.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and communications skills, verbal and written, to communicate effectively with a diverse population at all levels, within and outside the NSHE, using tact and diplomacy. 
  • Excellent writing and proofreading skills, including proper use of formats, knowledge of correct English grammar, spelling, punctuation, and usage. 
  • Skill to organize and maintain an efficient records management system. 
  • Skill to work both independently and cooperatively.
  • Proven ability and skill to identify and analyze complex situations and needs and recommend or implement effective courses of action for management.
  • Demonstrated ability to learn quickly; independently understand and effectively communicate.
  • Skilled in planning and managing projects
  • Must possess general budget management skills

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

  • Manage logistics and scheduling of the Retirement Plan Advisory Committee meetings.  Coordinate across 12 calendars as well as all Institutions academic calendars to identify suitable times.
  • Schedule ad-hoc meetings by creating online meeting reservations, sending invitations and reminders, collecting, and loading presentation materials, and hosting meetings while taking minutes.
  • 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.
  • Attend all Retirement Plan Advisory Meetings and take minutes.  Develop processes to track deliverables and action items out of the meetings.
  • Conduct monthly/quarterly audits of internal retirement processes to ensure plan rules are being followed.
  • Assist with the participant communication/education calendar and scheduling.  Participate in meetings and assist with the review all TIAA materials for NSHE culture and internal processes.
  • Create and manage a retirement administrative knowledge group composed of representatives from each Institution.
  • Maintain and update Retirement Program website.
  • Handle travel arrangements and reimbursement requests for the Director of Retirement Plan Administration and the Retirement Plan Advisory Committee.
  • Assist with budget and account management including monthly reports for various programs, creating independent contractor paperwork, compiling information for purchase orders, and assisting with accounting items as needed.
  • Provide administrative support for program staff including filing documents, creating files and binders, developing basic correspondence, and creating reports or presentation materials.
  • 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.
  • Purchasing Card usage, management, and reconciliation.
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Learn more about the Network Analyst or Senior Network Analyst position and apply through workday.com

Job Description

(With REVISIONS to Job Posting as of October 26, 2022)

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations to fill a Network Analyst or Senior Network Analyst. This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative position that will report to either the Principal Network Engineer in Reno, NV or the Senior Network Analyst in Elko, NV.  The position will locate in either Reno or Elko, Nevada (at the discretion of the successful candidate).

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 rapid growth, with significant challenges and opportunities in serving over 100,000 students and 15,000 employees.

NSHE maintains a wide area network (NevadaNet) and multiple data centers along with a wide variety of systems and applications to provide services to its institutions. The Network Analyst position is an integral part of the overall network services team.  The position will participate in or be responsible for the project design, management, and deployment of complex networking projects, network troubleshooting and network support, and is responsible for the deployment and management of network devices, security devices, network monitoring systems, and related equipment. Duties will include preventative maintenance at remote network sites.

STARTING SALARY:  Grade C ( starting salary: Network Analyst: $65,000 – $80,000 or Senior Network Analyst: $85,000 – $110,000 commensurate with education, experience, and training) Benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life and retirement. 

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE:  December 1, 2022

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Network Analyst: The successful candidate must have earned a two-year degree in engineering, computer science, or the information technology field; or have two years progressive work experience directly applicable to the position.  A valid Nevada driver’s license is required. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution is preferred.

Senior Network Analyst: The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.  A degree in computer science, Information Systems, or related field is preferred. Alternatively, six or more years, direct work experience relating to data, video and/or voice communication systems/networks with at least two years of formal education or training in a related field may be substituted for the bachelor’s degree as qualifications for this position.  A valid Nevada driver’s license is required.

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

The Network Analyst must possess the following:

  • Experience with data/video/voice communications, network design and implementation procedures
  • Experience with Cisco routers (IOS, IOS-XE and IOS-XR)
  • Knowledge in routing protocols including OSPF
  • Experience in Wide Area Network equipment installation, operation, troubleshooting/problem resolution, testing, monitoring and maintenance
  • Experience with installing and testing structured cabling
  • Experience in system performance monitoring and reporting
  • Experience in creating and maintaining project-related documentation, network diagrams, testing plans, and deployment plans
  • Certification as a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) or Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) or ability to obtain either certification within one (1) year of appointment as a condition of continued employment

The Senior Network Analyst must also possess the following:

  • Experience and in-depth knowledge of routing protocols including OSPF, BGP, and MPLS
  • Knowledge or experience with optical DWDM transport networks
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully design, deploy and maintain networking projects and systems
  • Certification as a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) or Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) is required.  A Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) or a Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP) is preferred

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

  • Monitor NSHE video/voice/data performance to ensure overall network quality and availability
  • Provide technical support for NSHE statewide network services such as Internet connectivity, videoconferencing, and other NevadaNet services
  • Install, test, operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and performs preventative maintenance activities in support of NSHE’s statewide network and data center network operations
  • Document network topology, asset inventories, customer and vendor service agreements and other administrative, technical, or historical documentation requirements

Additionally, the Senior Network Analyst will be expected to:

  • Provide Tier-3 level troubleshooting
  • Collaborate with network end users for the purpose of assessing and implementing ongoing customer network requirements

Limited travel with overnight stays is required in support of activities related to either position.

Apply at Workday for the Network Analyst or Senior Network Analyst Position

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

Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) invites applications and nominations to fill the position for Principal Network Engineer. This is a renewable, full-time, non-tenured, administrative positions that will report to the Director of Infrastructure Services. The position will be located in Elko 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 rapid growth, with significant challenges and opportunities in serving over 100,000 students and 15,000 employees.

NSHE maintains a wide area network (NevadaNet) and multiple data centers along with a wide variety of systems and applications to provide services to its institutions. The Principal Network Engineer position is an integral part of the overall network services team. Under general supervision, incumbents perform a wide range of work at the highest level of complex and sophisticated economic and technical analysis, design, installation, testing, maintenance and troubleshooting connectivity hardware and software associated with the NSHE NevadaNet network, including routers, switches, fiber optic long haul transport and distribution equipment, firewalls, servers and other connectivity devices, racks, cabling, and power.  The incumbent also provides the highest-level data and video network engineering, operations, and security support services to NevadaNet constituents as required. Successful performance of the work requires a thorough knowledge of data and video communication network design and maintenance in a large-scale networking environment and must exercise sound judgment within established guidelines. The incumbent will also provide supervision and administrative oversight of a subordinate staff.

STARTING SALARY: Grade D (starting salary range approximately $110,000 – $120,000 and benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life, and retirement.)

APPROXIMATE STARTING DATE:  January 1, 2023

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required; a degree in a technical discipline – Computer Science, Information Systems, Electrical or Communications/Network Engineering and/or an advanced degree is preferred. Additionally, a minimum of six years of direct work experience relating to data, video, or voice communications network design, equipment installation, operation, monitoring, troubleshooting, and problem resolution in a large corporation, university, or public utility environment is required. This position also requires excellent analytical skills, interpersonal, organizational and communication skills, and the ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment.

Alternately, ten or more years, direct work experience relating to data, video, or voice communications systems/networks in a large corporation, university, public or private utility coupled with at least two years of formal education or training in a related field may be substituted for the Bachelor’s degree as qualifications for this position.

Travel statewide will also be required as necessary to gather information needed for technical analysis and/or preventive maintenance activities necessary to accomplish the desired objectives.  Travel both inside and outside the State of Nevada will also be required from time to time to attend training, or to represent SCS at conferences and administrative meetings.  Since a portion of this travel may be by motor vehicle, the incumbent will be required to have a valid Nevada driver’s license.

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

  • Extensive experience in IP wide area data network design, equipment installation, operation, troubleshooting/problem resolution, testing, monitoring and maintenance
  • Extensive experience in the implementation and management of moderately complex LANs and WANs using IP routing protocols such as BGP and OSPF
  • Extensive experience in the deployment and management of network security technologies such as access lists, firewalls, and DDoS detection
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a collaborative, team environment
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully manage, coordinate, deploy and maintain highly complex technical networking projects and systems
  • Extensive experience in creating and maintaining project-related documentation, network diagrams, testing plans, and deployment plans.
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, creativity, verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, and the demonstrated ability to be a productive team member.
  • Researching and providing in-depth analysis related to new technologies, tools, and methodologies
  • Microsoft (Visio, Word, Excel)
  • Network bandwidth capacity/availability planning and reporting

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

  • Designs, procures, installs, configures, tests, and performs diagnostic and preventive maintenance activities in support of NSHE wide area and data center network operations
  • Collaborates with network end users for the purpose of assessing and implementing ongoing customer network requirements
  • Monitors NSHE video/voice/data performance to ensure overall network quality, availability, and security
  • Technical support for NSHE statewide network services such as Internet1 and Internet2 connectivity, videoconferencing and other NevadaNet services. 
  • Supervision of subordinate staff
  • Network equipment inventory and maintenance contract administration
  • Documents network topology, asset inventories, customer and vendor service agreements other administrative, technical, or historical documentation requirements

Limited travel with overnight stays is required in support of activities related to either position.

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Job Description

The Nevada System of Higher Education, Las Vegas System Administration, Chancellor’s Office is seeking a customer service oriented student employee to provide front desk clerical and reception support.

The duties of the position include working at the front desk, answering phones, greeting and assisting office visitors, and running office errands. The position will also provide administrative support to the office staff and other ad hoc duties.

It is important for the student employee to be dependable and possess strong communication skills and customer service abilities; the ability to resolve issues and work with employees and customers from a variety of backgrounds. The ability to maintain confidentiality is of critical importance to this position. Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel is preferred.

Required Qualifications

  • Current student at any NSHE institution in Las Vegas with 6 credits per semester
  • Ability to work independently, take the initiative, be reliable, and seek help when needed.
  • Highly organized with exceptional attention to detail
  • Commitment to confidentiality
  • Applicant must have a competent knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Applicant must have good communication and customer service skills as they will frequently be communicating with NSHE community partners and constituents

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge or willingness to learn about NSHE governance
  • Strong customer service and writing skills
  • Some knowledge or experience with office management and event organization
  • This position is available immediately and the applicant must commit to working through Spring 2023 when hired

$10.50/hr starting 

Hours per week will be granted based on student’s schedule and department’s needs. Working during summer and winter break is necessary. Schedules that allow for working hours between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. or noon, Monday through Friday (at least four (4) days per week) are preferred at this time.

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