University of California Riverside — Basic Needs Senior Manager

Under the direction of the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Health, Counseling and Wellness, the incumbent manages all aspects of the Basic Needs Initiative (BNI) programs and services. This includes the oversight of on-campus food insecurity programs and housing instability (homelessness) services, management tools, annual state reporting, managing timelines and budget for program enhancements, interfacing with functional and technical departments, drafting documents and presentations, editing web content, developing and executing pilot and assessment plans, communicating regularly with campus and stakeholder contacts, assessing fidelity and impact of programs, identifying gaps in services and programs, quality assurance, training and documentation and troubleshooting issues. The incumbent will be expected to work collaboratively with managers and committees including: Student Affairs, Academic Affairs, UC Systemwide Basic Needs Points of Contact, Student Health Center, Student Mental Health, Health Promotion, UC Regents Office Leadership, Financial Aid campus leaders, Graduate Deans and department, State University Registrars (SUR), Financial Aid Directors, Extended Education and campus-based institutional research directors. The incumbent should have a strong research and evaluation knowledge, as well as hands-on experience implementing best practices related to basic needs. The salary range for this position is $55,000 to $108,500, however it is currently budgeted to midpoint or up to $81,800.

Solves the most complex and sensitive issues arising in Student Affairs/Life & Development specialization.
Manage all aspects of the Basic Needs Initiative (BNI) including the on-going implementation, updates and integration of programs and services on-campus, on-campus food insecurity programs and housing instability (homelessness) services management tools, reporting, the annual conference for basic needs, managing timelines and budget for programs enhancements, interfacing with functional and technical departments, drafting system(s) requirement documents, editing web content, developing and executing pilot and assessment plans, communicating regularly with campus and stakeholder contacts, and other project management tasks.

Education Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training. Required
  • Master’s degree. Preferred
  • 6 – 10 years of related experience.

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