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Performing Arts Technician I - Intermittent (Temporary, Hourly) East Bay
This is a temporary, part-time position that will assist Theatre Arts with production-related activities such as: scenery construction, lighting, sound, costume construction, stage rigging, scenery painting, prop construction, stage effects, event services, and similar theatrical operations.
Lecturer Pool - Department of General Studies AY22-23 East Bay
The General Studies Department seeks one or more part-time lecturers for a pool from which instructors will be considered for teaching appointments as they become available. The department serves incoming students to create a sense of belonging, acclimate them to campus resources, and set a foundation for college readiness. General Studies courses support students to develop academic and personal confidence as they explore their purpose and identity.
Student Internship & Career Systems Coordinator - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Non-Exempt I East Bay
The role of the Internship & Career Systems Coordinator (ICSC) within the Academic Advising and Career Education (AACE) unit is to ensure the functionality of student internship processes and web systems that facilitate internship engaged courses, activities, and partnerships. The position provides first-line user-support and maintaining communications with students, faculty, staff, and internship partners on navigating AACE’s systems. The ICSC maintains web systems and monitors student placements, projects/partners, and data configurations. The ICSC is also responsible for compiling, analyzing, and reporting on relevant data connected to student learning and internship impact. This staff position may take additional direction from the Internship Coordinator, Employer Relations Coordinator, and appropriate team members in AACE.
Fiscal Coordinator East Bay
- Accountable for the efficient and correct execution of fiscal transactions: purchasing, accounts payable, monthly reconciliation, travel expense claims, etc. - Interpret and apply State, CSU and CSUEB policies and procedures - Research and resolve errors/discrepancies; develop processes to ensure future accuracy/prevent errors - Successfully manage multiple and conflicting deadlines and priorities - Participate in month/year-end reconciliation process - Serve as back-up to two other fiscal positions (Admin Analyst I & Admin Analyst II) - Necessitates thorough knowledge of all policies, procedures, practices, etc. and ability to perform duties of individuals during absence (vacation, leave, etc.)
Student Services Professional I East Bay
Under the supervision of the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, this position works with the Graduate Program Coordinators and supports the day-to-day operation of the College of Business & Economics Graduate Programs office and its various graduate programs. This position also performs a broad range of administrative, technical, and analytical functions, including activities related to student recruitment, admissions, and progress to degree monitoring functions, graduate checks, database analysis and reporting to generate information for resource planning. This position is also involved in program promotional activities and events.
Department Chair of Teacher Education (Open Rank) East Bay
The Department of Teacher Education is seeking a collaborative leader to serve as Department Chair starting fall 2023. This position is Open Rank and applicants with tenure at their current institutions may receive tenure at CSUEB if requirements are met. The position is open to external and internal applicants. The Department offers multiple and single subject credentials and has four Masters programs. Its on-ground programs serves schools in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, with over 45 district partners. Its Single subject online program serves candidates throughout the state. Our Department is committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship, student-centered approaches, and equity and diversity.
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.
eLearning Specialist - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II East Bay
This position supports all aspects of the University's online/hybrid courses and programs. This includes: designing, developing, implementing, evaluating, and continuously improving assigned online/hybrid courses and programs.
Veterans Retention Program Coordinator - Student Services Professional III East Bay
Under the supervisory direction of the Director of Veteran Student Services (VSS), the Veterans Retention Coordinator (VRC) provides comprehensive academic, personal, financial, and career counseling to veteran undergraduate and graduate students at CSUEB to assist in their retention and graduation. The VRC plans and develops, in collaboration with campus partners, programming to support veteran student recruitment, engagement and success. In collaboration with the Director, the VRC collects and provides departmental data as necessary, including, but not limited to, student surveys, reports, and budgets. This position also serves as the chapter director of the SALUTE Veteran’s Honor Society. The VRC works closely with the campus VA Certifying Official in programming delivery, and serves as a liaison between faculty, staff, student organizations, and off-campus community groups. The VRC provides services to veteran students at the Concord campus, as needed.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Teacher Education (Educational Technology) East Bay
The Department of Teacher Education is seeking a tenure-track full time Assistant or Associate Professor in Educational Technology to teach courses and supervise candidates in the Multiple Subject and Single Subject credential programs. In addition, the candidate may teach other classes in the credentials and/or Masters Programs depending on areas of expertise. Ideal candidates would bring preK-12 and university expertise in the teaching of educational technology and a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), with a strong focus on anti-racist pedagogy. The candidate will also be expected to engage in an active line of scholarship within their expertise.
Field Service and Communications Technician - Equipment/Systems Specialist - Career East Bay
The incumbent is responsible for varying levels of installation, maintenance, project coordination and oversight involving the campus voice, data and video physical cable plant infrastructure (copper wire, fiber cable). The incumbent is also responsible for updating documentation of all cable and communications equipment. These systems include: VOIP telephones, data network switches, routers and wireless access points, local and wide area networks. The incumbent will also provide project coordination with outside vendors and other campus departments.
Freshmen and Sophomore Success Team (FaSST) Advisor - Student Services Professional (SSP) II East Bay
Under the supervision of the Freshmen and Sophomore Success Team lead and with the direction of the Executive Director of Academic Advising and Career Education, the Freshman and Sophomore Success Team Advisor - SSP II, advises lower division students and enrolls first-year freshmen students into courses. This position will be assigned students in majors for which there are well-defined roadmaps and established “major clusters” for their first-year and will be the students’ “primary academic advisor”. The caseload is expected to be 350-400 students for the advisor, with a maximum of 150 first-year students. The incumbent will meet with incoming freshmen students in-person or via phone or computer-based chat applications (e.g., “Zoom”) and then enroll freshmen into their appropriate cluster courses, according to their degree roadmaps. The incumbent will receive “alerts” from instructional faculty regarding their progress in the courses and meet with students as needed. For students’ second semesters, the incumbent will enroll them into the needed cluster courses and advise them on appropriate additional courses that will help the student successfully progress to degree. After students transition to the sophomore level, the incumbent will check on the students’ schedules to ensure that they are making satisfactory progress towards their stated degrees and will meet with students at the request of the students or if needed. When the students reach junior standing, the incumbent will refer the students to upper division advisors. During the frosh and sophomore years, the incumbent will advise regarding lower division major, General Education, career advising and university graduation requirements as well as exploring alternate majors, if necessary. They may refer students to Pioneer Success Coaches, specialty program advisors (e.g., EOP), or other units (such as Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA), General Studies and Peer Academic Coaching Program) to facilitate the success of the students.
Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies (American Indian Studies OR Comparative Ethnic Studies) East Bay
The Department of Ethnic Studies provides an academically rigorous program that substantively contributes to the University's public commitment to provide a multicultural learning experience. Our comparative and interdisciplinary program covers six core areas: American Indian Studies; Asian American Studies; Black Studies; Chicanx and Latinx Studies; Comparative Ethnic Studies; and Genders and Sexualities in Communities of Color. In our courses, we teach students to analyze social relations of race, class, gender, and sexuality; develop nuanced understandings of social justice; and act as socially responsible global citizens. The Department of Ethnic Studies has eight full-time faculty members and four full-time lecturers. The Department of Ethnic Studies is committed to interdisciplinary, intersectional, decolonial, and social justice-oriented course content and pedagogies. https://www.csueastbay.edu/ethnic/
SoCal Outreach Counselor -- Student Services Professional II (Temporary through December 31, 2023, with the possibility of reappointment for a maximum of 3 years) East Bay
This counselor is a remote role that is responsible for all of Southern California recruitment. They will conduct on- and off-campus pre-admission advising appointments; organize and oversee on- and off-campus events; conduct advising and promotional visits to high schools and community colleges with corresponding reports of prospect generation and conversion from prospect to applicant, acceptance and enrollment from said schools; represent the University at college fairs/evening programs; conduct informational presentations on CSUEB, the CSU system, admissions, and financial aid; provide follow-up written, electronic and telephone communication to prospective students; build and sustain positive relationships with prospective students, their families, and high school & community college counselors by serving as the specific institutional resource/liaison for the territories that are this counselor's responsibility.
Administrative Support Assistant II (Part-time .50 timebase, temporary through June 30, 2023, with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
This position will assist the Director/Principal Investigator (who is the Department Chair), Field Director, and IV-E Program Coordinator with a wide variety of day-to-day tasks as well as plan and implement events and long-term projects. This position will also support the Principal Investigator of the Better Futures Project.
Director of the Annual Giving and Leadership Gifts -- Administrator II East Bay
The Director of the Annual Giving & Leadership Gifts is responsible for the planning, development and execution of a comprehensive and effective program that builds a long-term base of unrestricted and restricted support for university-wide and college programs and initiatives. Will design a successful program that builds and sustains a donor pipeline in support of the Major Gift program. Will focus on increasing the number of donors, improving donor retention, and creating strategies for upgrading donors.
Associate Director of Residence Life - Administrator II East Bay
Performs duties under limited supervision by the Director, University Housing and Commercial Services, and works independently to lead the residential life program within the department. In conjunction with the Director, and the Assistant Director of Residence Life this position oversees the on-campus community, which is currently comprised of 3 residential communities that house approximately 1,450 residents. The Associate Director of Residential Life oversees the university housing Residential Life program and is responsible for the general supervision and coordination of activities, curriculum, programming, personnel, and budgeting for the residential program, as well as the coordination of functions that have a direct impact on the residential program.
Accountant I (Revised) East Bay
This position is under the supervision of the General Accounting Manager and is primarily in the Accounting & Fiscal Services. However, duties may also include other areas within Fiscal Services such as Accounts Payable, Auxiliaries, and other areas. The Accountant I job duties will collect, process and analyze accounting transactional data; work with both month-end and year-end processes; and, will coordinate with the completion of various auditor requests. In addition, this position focuses on the asset management such as additions, retirements, and reporting.
Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies (Liberal Studies Program) East Bay
The Department of Ethnic Studies and the Liberal Studies Program is seeking to hire a qualified individual for one position in the preferred area of Liberal Studies and allied fields in order to meet the demands of its growing program and the demand for courses created by the passage of California Assembly Bill 1460 which mandates a course in Ethnic Studies as an undergraduate degree requirement. https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201920200AB1460
Senior Records Specialist -- Administrative Support Coordinator I East Bay
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