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Math/Computer Science Administrative Assistant - Administrative Support Assistant II East Bay
Provides general office support to the Departments of Computer Science and Mathematics. Oversees the common daily operations of the two departments. Manages department reception, offering accurate guidance and direction to all visitors, callers and correspondents. Maintains the calendars, schedules appointments, and serves as general assistant to the two department Chairs. Supports office managers with large events, purchasing and payroll. Aids student service professional with enrollment management forms and filing. Orders textbooks and desk copies. Provides course management assistance through collection and dissemination of course syllabi, student evaluations of faculty, full course descriptions, and assessment materials. Assists Chairs, staff, and regular faculty with department projects and events.
Professional Health Academic Program (PHAP) Lab Technician - Instructional Support Technician II East Bay
This is a support position for the Biology and Chemistry laboratory courses run through the Pre-Professional Health Academic (PHAP) program. The timely and accurate preparation of lab materials for the experiments conducted in these sections is the job of the department stockroom personnel. The individual sought for this position will work at both the Concord and Hayward campuses and collaborate with other instructional support technicians to prepare chemical and biochemical reagents for the lab sections, maintain bacterial stocks, help set up the necessary equipment, regularly consult with the instructors, assist with the maintenance of large instruments, ensure that hazardous waste is managed properly, routinely monitor the inventory of chemicals and supplies and re-order as appropriate, and generally help assure a fully functioning and supportive stockroom to help carry out the department instructional mission.
Credential Admissions Coordinator - Administrative Support Coordinator I (2 positions) East Bay
The College of Education and Allied Studies (CEAS comprises of five unique departments). The Office of the Associate Dean is responsible for supervising personnel, budget, and office functions of the Credential Student Service Center (CSSC). The CSSC provides services to all programs leading to a credential issued by the State of California. The CSSC is the direct link to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). The CSSC provides support to CSUEB departments with credential programs and serves the general public regarding information on certification policies and procedures. The office advises students about credential requirements, maintains accurate data on enrollments and student progress, reviews readiness for field experience, and processes all materials related to the admissions application process and reviews the applications for a credential. The purpose of the position is to provide information to those inquiring about pursuing Teaching or Services Credentials and to maintain and monitor the records of applicants to the credential program. This position also requires broad knowledge of programs and requirements for all University credential programs. This position is expected to independently assist those who inquire by phone or in person regarding information about the credential programs.
Pre-Award Specialist - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt I (2 positions) 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.
Front Counter Receptionist for Enrollment Information Center - Administrative Support Assistant II East Bay
The Enrollment Information Center (EIC) provides comprehensive services to prospective students, currently enrolled students, staff, faculty and the members of the community-at-large who are seeking information or services from the University relative to outreach, pre-admission advising, and evaluation for the purposes of admission and graduation, student records, registration and financial aid. This EIC staff position provides information and services pertaining to Planning and Enrollment Management’s (PEM) in the University's lobby, a one-stop center for students. The EIC serves as the front-line, first contact for students; handling general inquiries regarding admissions, registration, records, graduation evaluations and financial aid. When necessary, the EIC receptionist refers complex or in-depth inquiries to an Enrollment Counselor or other appropriate resources.
Admission Communications Coordinator - Administrative Support Coordinator I East Bay
Under the general supervision of the Director of Admissions and supervising Associate/Assistant Directors, the Admissions Communication Coordinator responds to prospects and applicants inquiring about the University and its admission process via email, in person or on the phone. The position coordinates messaging to applicants in the form of postal and digital email communications including text development, collecting edits; obtaining, refining and spot-checking mailing lists; gathering feedback and approvals; and coordination for distribution via hard copy or digital medium. The position trouble-shoots issues related to communications, regenerates communications as needed, and coordinates returned mail processing for Admission.
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literature in Spanish Sociolinguistics East Bay
The Department of Modern Languages and Literature at California State University, East Bay seeks an Assistant Professor (Tenure-Track) in Spanish Sociolinguistics. We seek a teacher-scholar with a record of engagement in the study of the relationship between ethnicity/race and language. Our Spanish language majors prepare students with Spanish bilingual competency and our goal is to support and enhance majors across departments throughout the University. The candidate will be expected to teach courses in the area of Spanish Sociolinguistics, Spanish language acquisition, and Spanish cultures at the undergraduate levels. In particular, we seek a candidate with experience in curriculum development in developing the Spanish language California Single Subject Waiver for K-12 teachers. Other areas of expertise might include Latinx in the US, Spanish in the US, Afro-Latinx, multilingual Asians in Latin America and the US, Haitian/Latinx interactions, Central American/Mexican Spanish-indigenous bi/multilingualism, comparative cultural studies of the Spanish peninsula and Latin America, Spanish-English translation and interpretation, and/or Spanish in contact with other languages, and language policy. The department currently has five full-time tenured faculty teaching in the areas of Spanish, French, Chinese, Japanese, and American Sign Language. In addition to teaching and research, all faculty are expected to provide student advising, department and university governance work, and in community-wide engagement in their area of expertise.
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.
Nursing Department Office Manager- Adminitrative Support Coordinator II East Bay
This position provides administrative support for the Nursing Department, including the Pre-licensure Program, the Post-licensure Program and the Master’s in Nursing Program. The position provides support for the department chair, faculty, staff and students. The Administrative Support Coordinator ensures that the Nursing Department operates efficiently and sets policies and procedures relating to office function. The position is responsible for implementing Nursing Department goals and for complying with university policies. The position assists with program accreditation requirements and manages required documentation with the California Board of Registered Nursing on behalf of the students, faculty, and department. This position is responsible for resolving problems as they arise, for anticipating problems, and instituting measures to prevent their occurrence.
Office Coordinator - Administrative Support Coordinator II (2 Positions) East Bay
The Office Coordinator handles a variety of tasks germane to the overall function of Academic Resources and Planning as well as of the units within the Division, including a full range of moderate to complex work assignments. This position reports to the Director of Fiscal and Administrative Resources. The Office Coordinator works primarily in the following areas: • Office Support & Administrative Assistance • Guest Service/Office Reception • A2E2 Committee Support and Website • Student Assistant Lead • Other Duties as Assigned
Financial Literacy Coordinator - Student Services Professional II East Bay
The Financial Literacy Coordinator will be responsible for conducting Financial Aid Outreach and Literacy Events for current and prospective students including but not limited to FAFSA/CADAA Workshops, Orientation and On Campus Financial Aid Presentations to colleges, affinity groups and other departments. The Coordinator will review eligibility, advise in awarding of allocated funds, and advise internal and external stakeholders of requirements. Additionally, the Coordinator will assist with the customer service needs of the Financial Aid Office, which can include phone, in-person/virtual counseling, and email shifts.
Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt I East Bay
The EHS Coordinator will be overseeing the campus safety inspection and hazard assessment program, tracks Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) training and chemical inventory/hazard assessment/inspection completions, and assists implement various EHS programs such as radiation safety, hazard material and waste management, PPE, and environmental protection programs.
Director, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) - Administrator II East Bay
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Concord Campus, the Director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is a managerial role responsible for providing leadership and direction in the growth, development and implementation of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) as an innovative model for instruction and community engagement for people over 50 years old. The position will plan, grow, and manage a comprehensive self-support (OLLI) program that engages its constituents by providing intergenerational learning, working with qualified academics and presenters to create a curriculum of approximately 80 programs per year. The development of an effective and popular curriculum requires continuous research into meaningful course topics, recruitment and direction of qualified academics and other qualified presenters, and tracking student satisfaction to ensure continuous programmatic improvement.
Academic Resources and Planning Specialist - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II (2 Positions) East Bay
This position is responsible for the planning and coordination of class scheduling, the hiring of instructors across departments and offices within the Division of Academic Affairs, budget development, and resource coordination. When required, this position provides additional support to its counterparts, the Academic Resource Specialist and the Academic Planning Specialist.
Assistive Technology Coordinator -- Information Technology Consultant - Career (Temporary through June 30, 2022, with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
Under the direction of the AS Director, the Assistive Technology Coordinator oversees Assistive Technology services for students receiving support through Accessibility Services. This includes, but is not limited to, conducting assessments for students with disabilities and their need for assistive technology; determining best options for students from low tech solutions to high tech solutions; and training students on the use of such assistive technology. This position may provide assessments and training for staff and faculty with disabilities in conjunction with the department of Human Resources. This is a full-time (40 hours/week) temporary position, through June 30, 2022 with the possibility of reappointment.
Sign Language Interpreting and Real-time Captioning Coordinator - Administrative Support Coordinator II (Temporary through June 30, 2022 with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
The purpose of this position is to coordinate the provision of sign language interpreting/transliterating, real-time captioning, and other related support services for students, faculty, staff and guests of the campus who are Deaf, hard-of-hearing, or deaf-blind. This is a temporary, full-time position through June 30, 2022, with the possibility of reappointment.
Program Coordinator -- Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt I (Temporary through August 31, 2022, with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
Under the general direction of the Program Director, the Project IMPACT Program Coordinator is responsible for implementing and monitoring all mandated services under the program, as well as providing direct service support in the above mentioned areas. The Program Coordinator will be required to monitor the budget and ensure all program activities remain within grant-mandated limits; ensure all policies and procedures are followed as outlined in Federal, State and University guidelines in daily operations and decisions; conduct workshops in the areas of academic skills building, personal finance, financial aid, wellness, and assistive technology as mandated by the approved grant; and maintain all data, records and reports required by the grant program, including the Annual Performance Report, Annual Student Survey, and Graduation/Retention reports. Additionally, the Program Coordinator will be fully trained and attend updated sessions on grant reporting and documentation requirements under EDGAR, Americans with Disabilities Act, and other areas to ensure students have complete and full access to all University programmatic facilities and services. This is a temporary, full-time grant funded position through August 31, 2022, with the possibility of reappointment.
Vice President, University Advancement - Administrator IV East Bay
The Vice President of University Advancement is responsible for designing and executing a comprehensive, integrated advancement strategy and the necessary systems to build a high-performing operation that will drive new private support and industry partnerships; maintain and elevate current donors; and bring fresh ideas that respond to the evolving nature of philanthropy.
Confidential Advocate - Student Services Professional III East Bay
The Confidential Advocate provides confidential and privileged in-person crisis counseling, advice, assistance, case management services, accompaniment, advocacy, resource and referrals on behalf of survivors of sexual violence, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. Advocacy includes assistance in coordinating services with California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) resources and, when applicable, with local agencies on behalf of the individual including areas of Student Services, the local campus police department, coordination of legal advocacy, medical advocacy and other assistance/University services as needed. The incumbent must be a Certified California Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Crisis Counselor (exceptions made for those holding a master’s degree in Counseling, Clinical Psychology, Social Work, or a directly related field).
Pioneer Success Coach for College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences - Student Services Professional III East Bay
Reporting to the Dean of Academic Programs & Services (APS) or designee, the Pioneer Success Coach provides highly complex student service professional work to achieve specific undergraduate student academic progress outcomes. Student academic progress outcomes include individual transitioning strategies to CSUEB, analyzing transcript and test scores, monitoring progress to degree and retention, developing individual academic plans that includes major, General Education and university graduation requirements as well as exploring alternate majors, if necessary. The Pioneer Success Coaches will use advising technology tools to develop undergraduate “high concern” student success reports, tracking and proactive advising interventions. These advisors will be key members of the Pioneer Care Team, EAB Navigate Leadership team and Advising Council.

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