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Patient Support Assistant - Clinical Assistant East Bay
Under the general supervision of the Director of Student Health Services and the Nurse Lead or other designee, the Clinical Assistant performs a wide variety of reception, patient intake, electronic health records maintenance and performs various duties to assist with the needs of the health and counseling services.
Administrative Support Coordinator I - Department of Communication East Bay
The successful candidate will serve as administrative support for the Department of Communication. Duties include, but are not limited to, scheduling classes, creating lecturer contracts, handling student inquiries, and assisting faculty with various tasks.
Art Department Administrative Coordinator - Administrative Support Coordinator I East Bay
The successful candidate will provide administrative support to the ART Department. This includes but is not limited to assisting faculty with various forms and procedures, purchasing supplies, creating employment contracts for part-time faculty, entering course schedules, and assisting students. The successful candidate will be required to develop knowledge of university policies and procedures such as HR policies, accounting procedures and policies, and degree requirements.
Academic Resource Specialist - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II East Bay
This position is responsible for the budget development, resource coordination, and temporary instruction hiring across departments and offices within the Division of Academic Affairs. When required, this position provides additional support to its counterpart, the Academic Planning Specialist.
Budget Analyst - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II East Bay
Under general direction, this position works directly as administrative and analytical support for the Dean of the College of Business & Economics on all budgetary and financial matters affecting the college. With full fiscal authority, analyze, research and compile data, as well as make recommendations and set up new processes and reports to help in maintaining and tracking the budget. Provide detail monitoring, reconciling, and accurate reporting of the budget resources; prepare expense and budget transfers; assist with preparation of budget projections and planning; oversee and approve expenditures and spending; assist in implementation of budget and manage allocations; facilitate and implement solutions as required, and develop policies and work with Admin staff, faculty and Chairs and other campus departments including General Accounting, Procurement and Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Budget Office, Academic Affairs, and University Advancement to resolve problems and issues.
Director, Facilities Management and Operations -- Administrator III East Bay
Under the general direction of the Associate Vice President of Facilities Development & Operations (FD&O), and in collaboration with services units in FD&O and departments across the University, the Director of Facilities Management and Operations is responsible for leadership, management, administration, and supervisory oversight of all services and functions associated with the maintenance and operations. The position oversees over 70% of the annual operating budget of approximately $10 million, 760 acres of land, 43 buildings, and facilities with 2 million gross square feet of space. The position has leadership oversight over approximately 80 full-time staff. Other key responsibilities include but are not limited to overseeing the campus facilities condition assessment program and the annual prioritization of deferred maintenance, capital renewal, and infrastructure upgrades. The position develops and maintains strong relationships across the campus, Chancellor’s Office, and with applicable federal, state, and local agencies to ensure FD&O meets its customer service obligations, compliance, and safety. This position serves as the FD&O Safety Officer and technical advisor to the Planning, Design, and Construction team to ensure projects meet the department’s operating and maintenance requirements for cost-effectiveness, safety, and efficiency. Other responsibilities include utility management, conservation programs and projects, facility safety coordination, and improvements. The Director will serve as the Administrator In Charge in the absence of the Associate Vice President of Facilities Development & Operations. This position is the key EOC Field Contact during campus emergency operations and is the lead emergency coordinator for FD&O emergencies.
Video Lab Coordinator - Instructional Support Technician I East Bay
This position is responsible for managing, coordinating, and supervising all of the equipment, activities, and student staff who use the lab and TV studio. They also maintain and repair all video production equipment, are responsible for the instruction on the correct usage of the equipment, and provide support to the instructors who teach courses in the facility.
Grant Administration and Compliance Specialist - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt I East Bay
The Grant Administration and Compliance Specialist is responsible for Grant Administration and Compliance-related Services within the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP). This position will communicate and interact with a diverse population of students, employees, and community constituents, and serve as a primary contact for compliance and post-award inquiries.
Pre-Award Specialist - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt I East Bay
The Pre‐Award Specialist is responsible for Pre-Award Services within the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP). This position will communicate and interact with a diverse population of students, employees, and community constituents, and serve as a primary contact for pre-award inquiries.
Temporary Office Support Pool East Bay
This announcement establishes a one-year temporary, on-call Office Support Pool. Assignments typically will vary in duration from one day to three months but may last as long as six months, generally between 20 and 40 hours per week. Office Support employees perform a variety of office duties including a full range of receptionist duties, typing, data entry, budget, filing, copying, opening/sorting/distributing mail, faxing, scheduling meetings, maintaining calendars, making travel arrangements, etc. Duties and responsibilities will vary depending on the hiring department. Qualified applicants will be placed on a list to be used to fill short-term temporary vacancies. APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED ARE KEPT ON FILE IN HUMAN RESOURCES FOR ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE RECEIVED.
Math Department Office Manager - Administrative Support Coordinator I East Bay
Under general direction of the Department Chair, this position is responsible for coordination of the full scope of activities performed by an academic department. Anticipates problems, institutes measures to prevent occurrence, and resolves problems as they arise. Sets priorities and assignments for staff. Responsibilities include Department Payroll; preparing teaching contracts, orientation of new faculty and staff; assists with preparation of Retention, Tenure & Promotion documents; prepares travel claims; hires students assistants and graders, monitors and approves student hours in Peoplesoft; oversees department budget and purchasing; assists with schedule of classes; assigns developmental math classrooms and all computer labs; administers department scholarships in conjunction with University’s Pioneer Scholarship website; assists with tenure track faculty searches. Coordinates special events such as annual Award Presentation and BBQ. Services as liaison between department and other university offices, as well as off campus community. Provides historical and operational continuity in the department.
Equipment Technician - Equipment Technician II, Specialized Equipment East Bay
The Equipment Technician participates in the testing, maintenance, and repair of biology and chemistry equipment used in classes and for research as needed or instructed by supervisor.
Executive Assistant to the Vice President - Administrative Support Coordinator II East Bay
The Executive Administrative Assistant serves as the principal administrative support to the Office of University Advancement. The executive assistant provides day-to-day support for the Vice President for University Advancement and reports directly to the Vice President. Since the Vice President for University Advancement also serves as the President of the Educational Foundation, the executive assistant may be asked to assist in supporting the activities of the Cal State East Bay Educational Foundation.
Confidential Advocate - Administrator I East Bay
Under the direction of the Director of Counseling Services, the Confidential Advocate manages sexual violence prevention and survivor support programs for Cal State East Bay students, staff, and faculty. The incumbent works with survivors of sexual violence, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. They provide confidential and privileged crisis counseling, guidance through legal and administrative systems, case management services, accompaniment, advocacy, and resource and referrals. Advocacy includes assistance with California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) resources and, when applicable, with local agencies and community resources.
Equipment Technician - Equipment Technician II, Specialized Equipment East Bay
Fulfilling the College of Science’s instructional and research missions requires appropriate infrastructure and and a culture of safety. The establishment of this position recognizes the increasing intersection of work between Environmental Health & Safety, Facilities, ITS, and department-based Instructional Support Technicians, Equipment Technicians in supporting these missions. As such, this position will serve as the primary person responsible for safe testing, maintenance, and repair of equipment used in classes and research in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry and as a support for that work across the College of Science. This position will partner with Environmental Health & Safety in establishing and implementing policies and procedures that build a strong culture of employee and student safety in compliance with safety regulations as they pertain specifically to College of Science instructional and research activities. Additionally, this position coordinates with Facilities and ITS on equipment installation, maintenance, and construction projects.
Ed Co-Op Administrative Support Coordinator - Administrative Support Coordinator I East Bay
This position in the College of Education and Allied Studies will serve part-time as Receptionist to the Education Administrative Support Collaborative, which offers administrative support to the Departments of Educational Leadership, Educational Psychology, and Teacher Education. This position will also serve part-time as Admissions Coordinator at the Credential Student Service Center. The person occupying this position will perform a full range of clerical, secretarial, and general office support functions at varying levels of complexity. Projects are generally of limited to medium scope.
Office of Academic Affairs Operations Manager -- Administrator II East Bay
This position primarily assists, advises, and represents the Provost by performing administrative duties of substantial scope and complexity on a day-to-day operational basis and is chiefly responsible for the well-functioning operations of the division as a whole and for individual initiatives and projects.
Kinesiology Fitness & Lab Support Assistant - Instructional Support Assistant II East Bay
The Instructional Support Assistant II will be under the immediate supervision of the Department Chair (Kinesiology). This position will report to the Chair and the Associate Dean for the College of Education and Allied Studies. The latter is responsible for the annual performance review. The incumbent will lead the department’s Get Fit, Stay Fit (GFSF) program providing fitness and personal training for faculty and staff and serving as an internship opportunity for kinesiology majors. Activities include scheduling the fitness room, maintaining the fitness room equipment and facility, recruiting and guiding student employees to support the GFSF program, developing the GFSF program as an internship opportunity, and growing the GFSF program as a fitness opportunity for faculty and staff and the wider university community. With the lead work direction and input from the Instructional Support Assistant III, the incumbent will also provide support to the Kinesiology Laboratory’s delivery of laboratory classes, student and faculty research, and service activities. Support activities include, but are not limited to, scheduling laboratory times; contacting participants and users as well as equipment set-up and clean-up.
Social Media Specialist - Public Affairs/Communications Specialist II East Bay
The Social Media Specialist is involved directly in writing and editing a variety of electronically-based communication materials that support the university’s reputation and priorities, as well as identifying and creating visual materials to accompany posts and stories. This position manages the university’s primary social media channels, designs and implements social media operating plans to support university initiatives, and serves as a supportive point of contact for social media producers and managers throughout the university. Incumbents are responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with relevant internal and external constituents to ensure that the public receives relevant, timely, and positive information about the university and its programs.
Conference and Marketing Lead - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II East Bay
Reporting to the Associate Director, Housing Operations and Commercial Services, the Assistant Department Lead for Conference, Marketing and Commercial Services administers and oversees the Conference Housing Program, a comprehensive program providing summer and academic year student, conference group and guest housing services to approximately 2,000 to 3,000 individuals annually. Working independently under limited supervision, this position also leads functional areas within the department that include the student mailroom, commercial services, and university facility rentals.

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