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Senior Investigator/Deputy Title IX Coordinator - Administrator II East Bay
The Senior Investigator serves as the Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Administrator and a Deputy Title IX Coordinator, conducting investigations as they relate to discrimination, harassment, (including sexual misconduct) and retaliation. Through a well-documented and thorough investigative process, the investigator ensures compliance to Affirmative Action, the American Disability Act, Title IX and CSU Executive Orders. The Senior Investigator compiles data, interprets, and analyzes facts, and provides written reports of the outcome. The incumbent will employ dispute resolution, mediation, and problem-solving techniques to resolve issues on an informal basis. The incumbent will provide leadership for programming and education in sexual misconduct prevention. The incumbent may need to provide testimony regarding cases to outside agencies as well as provide advice and guidance to campus constituents and interact with the CSU Office of General Counsel. The Senior Investigator works independently as well as serving as a member of an institutional team.
STEM Career Awareness & Preparation Program Coordinator - Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt I (Temporary through June 30, 2024 with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
The STEM Career Awareness and Preparation (CAP) Program Coordinator will develop and lead activities and collaborative projects to expose and prepare Cal State East Bay students to pathways that lead to careers with STEM Companies. This position will specifically focus on programming and partnerships to promote improved diversity in STEM fields. Many students in STEM focused majors are engaged in coursework and other activities that prepare them for rewarding careers in STEM, but need guidance to identify specific career goals and pathways to achieve these goals. The CAP Program Coordinator will collaborate with faculty and administrators at the university, STEM companies, and others to build and sustain programs to support students in developing a broad understanding of possible careers in STEM through workshops, site visits, career panels, internships, and other related activities. The CAP Program Coordinator will also collaborate to develop and facilitate activities to support students in developing written and oral communications skills and collateral necessary to promote themselves for internship and employment opportunities. Finally, the CAP Program Coordinator will coordinate communication to promote the wide array of career-themed activities already available on the CSUEB campus and increase student participation.
Associate Vice President for Development/Campaign Director -- Administrator III East Bay
As a key member of the University Advancement leadership team, the AVP will work with the President, the Provost and Deans, the Cal State East Bay Educational Foundation Board of Trustees, other volunteers and development staff to identify, cultivate and solicit individual major and principal gift donors and corporate and foundation donor gifts in support of initiatives and priorities.
Title IX/DHR Office Support - Confidential Office Support II East Bay
This position is primarily responsible for providing day-to-day administrative support for all Title IX and DHR Programs and independently perform duties associated with general operations. The incumbent will provide high-level support, conduct research, prepare reports, handle inquiries regarding Title IX and DHR or direct them to the appropriate person(s), prepare correspondence, receive visitors, arrange conference calls, maintain calendars and schedule meetings. The incumbent assists in maintaining continuity and stability within the department and provides exceptional customer service to colleagues, staff, faculty, visitors and the campus community at large.
Program Coordinator -- Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt I (Temporary through August 31, 2023, 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, 2023, with the possibility of reappointment.
Executive Assistant/Diversity Program Specialist - Confidential Office Support III East Bay
Under the general supervision of the University Diversity Officer (UDO), this position provides high level administrative support to the UDO and staff of the University Diversity Office. This position handles highly confidential and sensitive information and issues with discretion and tact. The incumbent effectively and diplomatically serves as the primary point of contact for the University Diversity Office and interacts with a diverse population of students, faculty, staff, and administrators, as well as the external community. The incumbent works with minimum supervision and takes initiative to organize and prioritize a heavy and diverse workload to meet stringent deadlines with little direction. The incumbent will work with the UDO to determine community/campus needs and coordinates events and special projects that advance the University Diversity Office goals.
Business Analyst, Student Financial Services - Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt II East Bay
Student Financial Services – Campus Solution Business Analyst: The SFS Business Analyst is responsible for functional support, production, ongoing development, upgrades and enhancements to the Student Financials Component of CSU East Bay’s PeopleSoft Campus Solution System. Works closely with end-users and internal customers to ensure the integrity of the application and data stored in the system. Participates as a member of the Student Financials functional team during any SF Campus Solution upgrade and or implementation (fit/gap application design session). Partners with the Systems and Technology group to coordinate system improvements and upgrades, system testing. Conversions and implementations; works with CMS document trainers to design and deliver end-user training. Responsible for gathering functional systems, reporting and security requirements for the Student Financials application (PeopleSoft and any related third-party products), including internal and external customers. Supports the PeopleSoft set-up of Student Financials and provides ongoing maintenance of the PeopleSoft base tables related to Student Financials.
Assistant to the Associate Vice President - Administrative Support Coordinator II East Bay
As the Assistant to the Associate Vice President (AVP) of Facilities Development and Operations (FDO), this position is primarily responsible for providing day-to-day support to the AVP and the Directors of FDO. The incumbent performs duties of administrative functions, managing project-based assignments, and supporting sustainability programs. This requires knowledge and understanding of all relevant policies, procedures, goals and objectives regarding facilities maintenance, capital projects, funding sources, and sustainability goals. The incumbent must communicate regularly with the AVP and other managers, have effective communication skills, and be able to work independently.  The AVP also serves as the Executive Facilities Officer (EFO), representing the campus for the Chancellor’s Office. The incumbent must support the AVP by providing facilities reports, database, and presentation material to the Chancellor’s Office.
Analyst/Programmer - Career East Bay
The Institutional Effectiveness & Research office serves the University as the principal source of analysis and reporting on a broad array of institutional topics to fulfill Cal State East Bay's commitment to student success. The incumbent will work to help build and sustain a campus culture of inquiry and data-informed decision making through maintaining quality data systems and developing technology-based solutions. As an integral thought partner with campus colleagues, the Analyst/Programmer strengthens our campus' capacity to collect, interpret, and act on data to inform strategic planning and institutional effectiveness.
Office Manager - Administrative Support Coordinator I East Bay
This position provides administrative support to the Chair, faculty, staff and students in the School of Engineering as well as administrative support to the College of Science as needed. The School offers three BS degrees (Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Construction Management) and two MS degrees (Construction Management and Engineering Management). The Office Manager is responsible for maintaining necessary records and preparing regular accreditation reports for the School’s three accredited BS programs.
Associate Director, Annual Giving - Administrator I East Bay
The Associate Director of Annual Giving reports to the Associate Vice President for Development and Campaign Director, and is responsible for leading an omnichannel, data-driven, giving and digital engagement program at California State University East Bay.
EOP Retention Counselor - Student Services Professional III East Bay
The EOP Retention Counselor will assist current and returning EOP students to promote retention and overcome academic and personal challenges. Additionally, the Retention Counselor will help students understand Cal State East Bays' general education and graduation requirements and understand university-wide policies and procedures. The Retention Counselor will engage students in a variety of student services activities to ensure progression towards graduation leading to a career; working in collaboration with faculty, staff, administrators, and various student support services professionals. The Student Retention Counselor is responsible for providing consistent, accurate, complex, academic counseling services to undergraduate students. They will also assist students in setting goals to facilitate student success, persistence, and degree completion in a timely manner. In addition, they will independently lead, develop, plan, implement, and evaluate advising-related workshops to promote student success. This position may provide lead work direction to work study students and student workers.
GANAS Program Engagement & Admissions Coordinator - Student Services Professional III East Bay
The GANAS (Gaining Access 'N Academic Success) Program is an intentional transitional support model which integrates academic and cultural programming to support access, retention and graduation of our Latinx/Chicanx-identified students at Cal State East Bay. The program welcomes and supports incoming and continuing students while increasing their confidence, engagement, academic success, persistence, and, ultimately, baccalaureate degree attainment rates. Students participate in a year-long cohort-based learning community paired with intrusive academic counseling and mentoring. Under the general supervision of the Director for Affinity Programs & SEAS Engagement Initiatives, the GANAS Program Engagement & Admissions Coordinator will lead all programmatic components and academic partnerships. Duties will include, but not be limited to program event coordination, outreach and admissions, as well as oversight and implementation of the day-to-day operations of GANAS Program services.
Veterans Affairs Benefits Coordinator - Student Services Professional III East Bay
The purpose of Veteran Students Services is to provide wraparound student support services to all CSUEB veteran students. Program services are organized around two key services: (1) one-on-one holistic academic counseling that includes academic advisement, career & goal planning, scholarship guidance, graduate school advising, guidance on balancing academic and personal life, and (2) processing educational benefits and benefits coaching/guidance on the effective use of VA benefits and/or other resources to achieve your education and career goals. The primary purpose of this position is to function as the Veteran Student Services’ School Certifying Official and to work closely with CSUEB veteran students when they request to use their Veteran Affairs education benefits. The secondary purpose is to support the programming offered for veteran students. This position will work closely with the Veterans Retention Coordinator to develop, plan, and implement programs relevant to, and needed for, veteran students.
Database Analyst - Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt II East Bay
The Database Analyst reports to the Advancement Services Manager and maintains close working relationships with various ITS teams and campus community. The Analyst performs a variety of general and specific functions of complex nature centering on information services and solutions. The Analyst's primary responsibility is to maximize benefits for all end-users deriving from the proper use of various applications that interfaces with including but not limited to Raiser’s Edge and/or Salesforce. The Analyst keeps informed of and utilizes the features and functionality of the supported software applications that includes data imports and exports, global changes, understanding of code structures, administration of user access and security, and production of queries and reports and knowledge of recording donations into the university’s fundraising database. The Analyst provides documentation, end-user training, coaching and other support to various level of users.
Environmental Health and Safety Specialist - Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt II East Bay
Reporting to the Director of Environmental Health & Safety, this position is responsible for managing the campus occupational health and industrial safety programs, the Theatre and Art Departments' safety, and hazardous waste management programs for both the Hayward and Concord campuses.
DISC and Affinity Student Centers Office Manager - Administrative Support Coordinator II East Bay
The Office Manager provides administrative support for both the Affinity Student Centers and DISC. This includes but is not limited to providing front line reception for the DISC office for students, staff, faculty and guests of the campus, while also providing administrative support to the Coordinators for the Affinity Student Centers. This position will work closely with, and assist in the lead work direction of, student assistants performing administrative tasks in support of the Director of the Affinity Student Centers. Additionally, the Office Manager will perform project work and coordination, and support the policies, procedures, goals and objectives of all of the student centers and DISC.
Swing Shift Custodial Services Supervisor -- Administrator I 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. The incumbent will perform a variety of supervisory, administrative and other duties as required in order to meet the operational needs of the campus. Additionally, the incumbent will staff the Facilities after-hours phone line during their work shift, fielding calls and providing support as needed until 10pm during the regularly scheduled work shift.
Compliance Support Analyst - Student Services Professional I-A Trainee 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 student admissions, financial aid, and registration in the lobby of the Student Administration Building. 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 incumbent refers complex or in-depth inquiries to an Enrollment Counselor or other appropriate resources. The EIC is a sub-division of Financial Aid which is under Student Affairs (SA). The Compliance Support Analyst is responsible for helping students and families navigate the financial aid process. This position assists in the review process for student aid eligibility, collecting data to determine student awards, and communicate with students and their families regarding financial aid related matters. This position will also work on verification and assist in the timely administration of program compliance under the supervision of the Compliance Director.
Accounting Technician II East Bay
The Finance area consists of General Accounting, Accounts Payable, Student Financial & Cashier Services, Bay Card/University Club Services, Accounts Receivable, Finance Support, Budget and Procurement & Support Services. These departments report to four managers, the Director of University Budget Services, the Director of Fiscal Services, Student Financial Services & Cashiers Director and the Director of Procurement Services. These managers report to the Associate Vice President of Finance. The incumbent will be an Accounting Technician II within the University Accounts Payable unit. 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 Tech II position is responsible for processing paycycles for all AP invoices, 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 AP records and monitoring the Accounts Payable email inbox.

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