The CSU System and all of its campuses are equal opportunity employers.
CSU seeks a visionary and accomplished leader who can build on the University’s strong foundation of excellence to sustain and grow a world-class faculty and academic program; provide the vision and strategic direction to ensure sustained engagement, financial health, and philanthropic support; promote a culture of integrity at all levels that reflects the CSU Principles of Community; encourage entrepreneurial approaches as well as respect for the University’s enduring traditions and responsibilities; and operate with a commitment to shared governance and inclusion. The next president will be someone who understands the history, role and value of a comprehensive land-grant university; will engage and inspire faculty, staff, students, and the surrounding community to achieve a shared vision of global excellence; and who will be a strong contributor to the Colorado State University System in maximizing opportunities for greater service to Colorado and enhanced operational efficiency. The next President should be an expert communicator and tireless advocate for all of the diverse individuals and communities that make up CSU – someone who understands the complex character and history of the American West and the constituencies that are served by a modern, public, land-grant research university in this part of the country and world.
The President is the chief executive officer of the University and has general authority and responsibility for the strategic leadership and management of the institution and its resources, within the direction of the CSU System Board of Governors (a nine-member Board appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the state senate), and under the supervision of the CSU System Chancellor.
This position is responsible for the day-to-day support of computing resources and systems and for providing exceptional customer service through our help desk system, email, phone and in-person service to all of the programs and departments within their assigned department(s) or college. This position also may have direct responsibility for systems and student workers who may also be assigned to a department or college. They may be responsible for hiring, training and supervising a team of student workers.
The Events Manager position is a full-time position that delivers management for an active year-round operation of events and conferences at the CSU Spur Campus. A full line of services and CSU facilities are offered to both internal constituencies and external clients.
This position is expected to develop and maintain collaborative relationships across the CSU System and the local Denver community. As a member of the Events Team, this position will assist with venue management and event planning services at the CSU Spur Campus including event requests, use agreements, room configuration, logistics, invoicing, and vendor relations. The Events Manager will advise, counsel, and negotiate logistical details with campus stakeholders as well as provide on-site and on-call assistance throughout events. Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance CSU Spur’s commitment to diversity, inclusion, and sustainability.
The Events manager models excitement for the profession and has the talent to incorporate best practices into the organizational culture. The individual must have a strong background in communication, attention to detail and negotiation tactics. Additionally, the individual must have the ability to manage conflicts and crisis situations as well as design and implement real-time contingency plans.
This position should expect to work outside the standard University business hours, including time beyond 40 hours during peak seasons.