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CHASS is Inclusive
Our campus is frequently ranked among the most diverse public universities in the nation.
CHASS is Supportive
- Exceptional benefits
- Wellness resources
- On-site recreation center
- On-site child development center
- Educational development
- Leadership programs
- Campus events
- Networking opportunities
CHASS is Powerful
For more than 65 years, our campus has enhanced the economic, social, cultural, and environmental landscape of California, the nation, and the world.
CHASS is Meaningful
- Feel valued on a campus that understands you.
- Collaborate with diverse and talented colleagues.
- Make a difference in the lives of resilient students.
Good to Know
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Full-time Faculty Positions
- Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Black Study
- Assistant Professor of Cinematography & Technology (Tenure Track)
- Assistant Professor of Teaching in Popular Music: Creation and Production
- Assistant Professor of Teaching
- Tenure track Assistant Professor of Black Politics
Part-time Faculty/Lecturer Positions
- Part-Time Lecturer(s) in Gender and Sexuality Studies
- Lecturer of Directing and Public Speaking
- Lecturers (Department of Political Science)
- Part-Time Lecturer(s) in Media and Cultural Studies
- Lecturer in Sound Design (TFDP 172)
- Lecturers (Department of Economics)
- Part-Time Lecturer(s) in Ethnic Studies
- Visiting Assistant Professor in Japanese and Comparative Literature
- Financial Analyst II
- Lab Assistant (Psychology)
- Financial Administrative Officer (History)
- Events Coordinator/ Admin Ast III (Multidisciplinary Financial and Administrative Unit)
- Financial Administrative Officer (Comparative Literature & Languages)
- Grant and Financial Analyst 2 (Center for Ideas and Society)
- Tribal Liaison - CCNN Coordinator (California Center for Native Nations)
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Additional Job Postings
Job postings can also be found on CHASS department sites and on the Southern California Higher Education Research Consortium