Published: Jan. 24, 2017 The Boulder Campus Staff Council is now accepting internal applications for a staff council administrator, an Administrative Assistant III (AAIII) position.The staff council administrator provides program support for the Boulder Campus Staff Council and seeks to assist those requesting information or support from the council. A primary focus of this role is to provide assistance, support and direction to committee chairs in the way of project support, purchasing of supplies, purchase order creation/processing, event and room scheduling and any additional support requested on an as-needed basis.This position is open only to internal applicants with regular employment status. Please refer to the full posting for position responsibilities, requirements and deadline to apply. Instructions for accessing and applying are listed below.Log in to the MyCUinfo portal.Click the dropdown menu and navigate to the Business Tools tab.Select “CU Careers – Search Jobs/Apply.”Search by job number “08066” or by “Boulder Campus Staff Council Admin (AAIII) CU INTERNAL” in the keyword field.Categories:Career DevelopmentCampus Community Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail
Los Angeles Unified officials said Thursday that they received no calls from worried parents after details emerged about how a gunman entered a Colorado high school and held six girls hostage before fatally shooting one and killing himself. But the images of students fleeing Platte Canyon High School in Bailey, Colo., on Wednesday as worried parents scrambled to find their children could get parents thinking about campus security. “The last thing we would do is disperse our kids into the streets,” said Dan Isaacs, chief operations officer for the Los Angeles Unified School District. “We would never just open the doors and tell our kids to run.” At Platte Canyon High School, students recalled a “chaotic scene” after they heard the words “code white” from classroom intercoms, according to published reports. Secondly, the district would like to hire more school police, Isaacs said. Parents who have questions about safety are encouraged to attend Back to School nights during October, when they can tour the campus and organize meeting places with their children, Isaacs said. “I always remind our staff of the importance of supervision,” he said. “Our people have that ingrained in them.” [email protected] (818) 713-3664160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Though he is not passing judgment on the way the Colorado school evacuated its students, Isaacs said the procedure for each LAUSD school differs, adding that the model has been replicated across the nation. “We have a process called campus protection,” Isaacs said. “We usually have some kind of domestic or violent dispute six times a year. If we feel we are in any danger, everyone in that campus secures their doors and the gates, and the communication starts. That is a much healthier way.” The LAUSD Board of Education recently approved spending $5million to extend the hours of campus safety aides, who work as liaisons between school police and students, Isaacs said. But school officials would like to see more support from the Los Angeles Police and the county Sheriff’s Department to secure areas to and from school, Isaacs said. “If you talk to kids walking to and from school, kids will say they are scared to walk through some places,” Isaacs said.