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April 2016


In our efforts to provide our employees with the best possible customer service, we continue to review and update the Human Resources website to more effectively meet your needs. We want the site to be user-friendly, full of the latest news and announcements, and easy to find contact information.

We've created a short survey to collect your feedback on the site, and all who complete it will be entered to win an SJSU golf umbrella (you may opt out of the entry if you desire). 

SJSU HR Website Feedback

Thank you in advance! We appreciate your input.

SJSU Careers

HR posts job openings in PeopleSoft (MySJSU) every day, and we encourage you to check the list regularly. There may be a growth opportunity for you - many jobs are posted for SJSU employees only, or you may see a job that's perfect for someone you know. 

The following jobs were recently opened for recruitment:

  • Asst. Director, Custodial Ops
  • Housing Security Officer
  • Director, Silicon Valley Big Data and Cybersecurity Center
  • Painter
  • Building Service Engineer

The full list of openings can be found on the Careers Home page in PeopleSoft. Login with your SJSUOne ID and password.

Buzz on...Julie Inouye Wong

Julie has been working at San José State for over 8 years. She’s worn many hats in Human Resources from budget analyst to webmaster. Currently Julie is the coordinator of training and special events. Although she didn’t attend SJSU, Julie considers herself an adopted Spartan. You will often see her in the stands with her husband and two kids cheering on the Spartans.

Q. Where did you grow up?

A. I was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. I went to college in southern California at the University of Redlands. After I graduated I wasn’t ready to move back to Hawaii yet, so I moved to the bay area and I’ve been here ever since. Most of my family are still in Hawaii and I go back to visit at least once a year. I’m still an island girl at heart.

Q. What do you like to eat?

A. I love sushi and I’m obsessed with poke bowls right now. I also can’t resist French fries and green tea ice cream.

Q. What is your favorite spot on campus?

A. My favorite spot on campus is the A.S. Child Development Center. My daughter goes to preschool there now and my son went there until he started kindergarten. It’s such an amazing learning environment and the teachers are so creative and caring. I love picking my daughter up after work and hearing about all of the fun and exciting things she did that day.

Q. What is the most satisfying part of your job?

A. Helping people. Whether it’s teaching employees new skills in a training, welcoming new Spartans to campus, promoting health and wellness through the employee wellness program or processing tuition fee waivers, I love that I get to help our staff in a variety of ways.

Q. How do you spend your time outside of work?

A. Most of my time outside of work is spent with my family and taking my kids to all of their activities. When I have spare time I love to dance. I’ve been dancing since I was 8 years old and I teach a U-Jam Fitness class for Campus Recreation at the campus 
Sport Club.

Q. Who is someone that inspires you?
A. My grandma. She’s 94 years old and she’s the most resilient person I know. She’s been through so much and nothing fazes her. She’s also an amazing story teller and has a great sense of humor. The first time she met my husband she told him, “They say only the good die young so I must be 

Retirement Resources Fair

Human Resources is hosting a Retirement Resources Fair on Thursday, April 28 from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm in BBC 032. If retirement is on your horizon, this fair will give you a chance to speak directly with the retirement services providers: CalPERS, Social Security, Kaiser Permanente, United Healthcare, Fidelity Investments, the 403(b) provider, and Savings Plus, the 401(k) and 457 plan. Your HR benefits representatives will also be on hand.

Get your questions answered and learn retirement information specific to CSU employees direct from the providers!

Health Trails Wellness Challenge

Get ready to go on an adventure! Well U, the SJSU employee wellness program, and Kaiser Permanente are teaming up again to bring staff and faculty the Health Trails Wellness Challenge. Track your Health Trails activities to move along the trail. As you progress you’ll enjoy great images and vivid descriptions of each location as if you’re right there. It’s a fun, effective way to track health habits because you actually see your progress.

Participants of all fitness levels are encouraged to join this 6 week challenge. Form teams of 4 to 5 and compete against other teams at SJSU. Joining a team isn’t required but the team aspect is a great way to keep each other motivated and accountable. Kaiser Permanente is providing great prizes for both teams and individuals.

The challenge begins April 4 and you can sign up through April 11. Register and form your teams on the Health Trails website then lace up your sneakers and get ready to get fit and have fun as you work your way through Health Trails! For more information contact Julie Inouye Wong at (408) 924-2256.

Upcoming HR Training & Events 

April 11, Mon BIT001 See Something, Say Something, Do Something
April 12, Tue TRFE07 Enrolling in Savings Plus 401(k) and 457 Plans
April 13, Wed TRCR58 Spartan 101
April 28, Thurs   Retirement Resources Fair
May 5, Thurs                          TRSD44                     Problem Solving: Learn your thought process and how to develop solutions to solve problems

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