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Lecturer Pool AY 24-25: Department of Educational Leadership East Bay
The Department of Educational Leadership seeks one or more temporary, part-time lecturers for a pool from which instructors will be considered for appointments as they become available for Fall Semester 2024 and/or Spring Semester 2025.
East Bay STEM Initiative Program Coordinator (Temporary) East Bay
The East Bay Science Initiative (EBSi) is funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Hispanic Serving Institutions STEM Grant. The purpose of this grant is to expand STEM opportunities, diversity STEM pathways, and prepare STEM majors for productive careers that enable them to contribute to their communities, the state of California and the nation. These efforts are key to institutional success in achieving our GI 2025 targets through creative implementation focused on the Chancellor’s Office Equity Goals and Priorities. The Program Coordinator will support and help advance four major goals: to provide intentional and coherent Freshman Year Experience academic programs and support for STEM majors; to recruit and prepare California Community College (CCC) students to attain Computer Science degrees from Cal State East Bay; to recruit and prepare CCC students to enter a STEM teaching career pipeline at Cal State East Bay; to develop the skills, pathways, and opportunities for juniors and seniors to attain paid internships relevant to their majors and career goals.
Project Coordinator (Temporary) East Bay
This position will serve as a Project Coordinator in the Department of Public Health within the College of Science at Cal State East Bay. The project, CARE (Collaborative Approach for AANHPI Research and Education) 2.0, is funded by the National Institute of Aging with a subaward granted to Cal State East Bay under the oversight of the site Principal Investigator (PI) to recruit additional participants of South Asian descent into the study registry and to retain those enrolled in the first wave of this research. This position will support the PI’s efforts by developing and maintaining a local database of potential and enrolled participants, as well as synthesize and communicate relevant information to the study’s primary investigators at the University of California, San Francisco. In addition to database management, the position will communicate relevant information to potential and actual participants as directed, help organize and execute virtual and in-person outreach events to recruit South Asian individuals nationally, as well as prepare and implement approved platforms on electronic devices to facilitate and integrate data collection and tracking activities.
Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator (Temporary) East Bay
The Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator position will work under the direction of the Executive Director and the C2C Program and Evaluation Director and in collaboration with the administrative and outreach support team. This position plays a vital role in our organization's neighborhood-based efforts, including coordinating neighborhood outreach activities (i.e., resource fairs, food distributions, City of Hayward and partner events, etc.), organizing resident outreach activities, coordinating and promoting partner programming for families in the neighborhood, and supporting referral requests. The ideal candidate should possess excellent communication, interpersonal, and project coordination skills, as well as experience and passion for working with a diverse and multilingual community.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Criminal Justice AY 24-25 East Bay
This is a part-time lecture position in the Department of Criminal Justice (CRJ) for AY 24-25. Lecture faculty teach lower-division and upper-division courses in face-to-face, hybrid, and online platforms. Courses are offered at both the Hayward and Concord campuses. The CRJ program curriculum focuses on key areas of the criminal justice system such as law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Minimum requirements are JD or M.A./M.S. in a related field with teaching experience at the university level as well as professional experience. A Ph.D. in a related field preferred.
Audits & Compliance Manager East Bay
Under general direction of the AVP of Risk Management and Internal Control (RMIC), the Manager of Audits & Compliance will coordinate and support all Chancellor’s Office and external agency audit activities, and is responsible for facilitating regular audits or advisory services of campus operations performed by the Chancellor’s Office of Audit & Advisory Services (AAS), and ensuring that the campus responds to audit observations and recommendation; plan, execute, and administer the internal audit function at Cal State East Bay. This includes conducting reviews of higher-risk organization and functional activities, and recommending appropriate corrective action or changes in current policies, procedures, or processes of the University and its auxiliary organizations. This position will assess whether organizational units in the University are in compliance with CSU policies, applicable federal and state laws and regulations, and statements of policies and procedures, in a manner consistent with both University objectives and high standards of administrative practice and consult and advise management and staff, including serving on campus steering committees as needed for audit and compliance related matters.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Sociology AY 24-25 East Bay
The Sociology Department may need lecturers for one or more of the following courses: Introduction to Sociology, Social Theory, Research Methods Social Psychology, Social Policy, Work and Professions, Sociology of Education, Social Inequality, Environmental Sociology, Sociology of Sport, Medical Sociology, Sociology of Organizations, and Sociology of Emotions. Other courses may also be offered. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay include courses at Hayward campus, Concord Center, and/or online.
Part-Time Lecturer for Department of Social Work AY 24-25 East Bay
The Department of Social Work seeks one or more temporary, part-time lecturers for a pool from which instructors will be considered for appointments as they become available for Fall Semester 2024 and/or Spring Semester 2025.
Financial Aid Counselor & Compliance Support Coordinator East Bay
The Financial Aid Program Support Coordinator is responsible for helping students and families navigate the financial aid process. This position will help review students aid eligibility, make updates to student awards, and will counsel students and their families regarding financial aid related matters. This position will also work on verification, appeals, and coordinate administration of program compliance including but not limited to: Credential/Certificate/Non-Degree program review and awarding, Compliance Reviews as it pertains to overawards, aggregate limits, and other administration of checks and balances.
Accountant III East Bay
This position focuses primarily on university-wide activity and Auxiliaries activities, with an emphasis on preparation and filing of various tax returns, government reporting as well as another regulatory agency reporting. In addition, this position will be heavy-handed in the preparation and coordination of year-end close. Performs advanced professional accounting work involving the application of accounting principles and practices to the resolution of a wide variety of complex accounting problems. Serves as a high-level individual contributor providing expertise and providing lead work direction to other professional and/or technical staff.
Director, MESA Program East Bay
The MESA Program Director will be the Institute's key staff member overseeing delivery of the East Bay MESA College Prep and University Programs, working with the project Principal Investigator. The MESA Program Director will participate strategic planning to expand the MESA program throughout the region, to strengthen professional development for participating teachers and faculty, and to contribute to the growth and impact of the statewide MESA program, which currently operates at 18 sites and is funded annually by the state legislature. The East Bay MESA College Prep Program currently serves middle schools and high schools in the West Contra Costa, Antioch, Pittsburg, Hayward and Fremont Unified School Districts, with teachers and students participating.
Data Analyst & Office Manager East Bay
The Career Empowerment Center (CEC) Data Analyst and Office Manager is the primary position responsible for the day to day operations of the CEC. Oversees the budget of the department, prepares forms and contracts, requests, requisitions, and monitors the supplies inventory. Also oversees the front office, provides training and support to front office staff (student workers) and participates in the hiring and supervision of student workers.
Manager of Stewardship & Prospect Research East Bay
The Manager of Stewardship & Prospect Research will identify and research potential donors who will support the university's priorities and programs. This role involves developing stewardship strategies to establish lasting relationships with donors. Key components of this role include conducting prospect research to determine giving capacity and interests of potential donors, writing profiles and research reports, developing stewardship plans for key constituents, and working closely with development staff and academic leaders.
Accounting Technician II East Bay
This position is under the supervision of the Accounts Payable Manager and is primarily in the Accounts Payable unit. However, duties may also include support within other areas within Fiscal Services. This Accounting Technician II position is responsible for processing pay cycles for all AP invoices, including handling the wire payments in Wells Fargo, along with handling the voids and stop payments. In addition, incumbent will assist with the use of the current travel software, ensuring vendor set ups within the software, and maintaining data integrity, providing some functional support as well as training to end users. Lastly, incumbent will identify, track, and clear Accounts Payable compliance issues including but not limited to STD261s and Defensive driving mandatory coverage requirements. Duties will also include the maintenance of Accounts Payable records and email account.
Custodial Services Supervisor (Swing Shift) East Bay
Under the general supervision of the Director of Facilities Operations, the Custodial Service Supervisor will supervise the day-to-day operations of the department’s swing shift custodial team which supports approximately 2,000,000 square feet of space at Cal State East Bay. This position will perform a variety of administrative, supervisory and other duties as required in order to meet the operational needs of the campus. Additionally, the Custodial Service Supervisor will staff the Facilities after-hours phone line during their work shift - fielding calls and providing support as needed until 10:00pm, during the regularly scheduled work shift.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Psychology AY 24-25 East Bay
The Department of Psychology usually has part-time positions open to teach undergraduate courses in all areas of psychology. Minimum requirement: Ph.D. in Psychology (or related field) or enrollment in a Ph.D. program with sufficient progress towards the degree is preferred. Candidates who possess a Master’s degree and teaching experience in an appropriate field will be considered. Teaching assigned classes in psychology. Preparing syllabi and other course materials, planning class sessions and out-of-class activities, communicating with students and helping them with class material as appropriate, and holding regular office hours. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay may include courses at the Hayward campus, Concord Center, and/or online. The policy and expectation of the California State University is that all faculty members will perform all of their duties within the state of California.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time positions teaching introductory courses in Geology and Environmental Science. Courses may include Earth Systems Science, Oceanography, Meteorology, Environmental Biology, and Climate Change. Opportunities may occasionally arise for teaching evening graduate classes in applied fields such as Engineering Geology. Minimum requirement of M.S. in Geology, Environmental Science or its equivalent, or enrollment in a Ph.D. program in Geology, Environmental Science or its equivalent with sufficient progress towards the degree.
Office Coordinator East Bay
The Office Coordinator performs duties under general supervision of the Associate Director, Housing Operations and Commercial Services and works independently to provide department office coordination and administrative support functions while providing excellent customer service. The incumbent coordinates various administrative services for the department including Housing front office reception/customer service, mailroom, procurement, and staff calendar scheduling. The Office Coordinator also provides lead work direction to student staff, support bay card printing and student assistant hiring-packet creation/dissemination, and lockouts. Independent judgment and initiative are expected and exercised during day-to-day operations. In addition, the incumbent provides a full range of support functions in support of the Housing and Residence Life program.
Lecturer Pool-Specialized College of Science Courses AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time lecturer position teaching Hands On Science Teaching (HOST Labs) and Connecting to STEM Majors course for the College of Science. For consideration, applicants must possess a graduate degree in a STEM discipline and have teaching experience at the post-secondary level. The policy and expectation of the California State University is that all faculty members will perform all of their duties within the state of California.
Lecturer Pool Statistics and Biostatistics AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time positions teaching undergraduate statistics courses including general introductory statistics along with those oriented toward various disciplines in business, natural and social sciences, humanities, and engineering. Minimum requirement of M.S. in Statistics or Biostatistics (Ph.D. in Statistics or Biostatistics preferred) or M.S. degree in a related field of application with teaching experience.

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