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University Diversity Officer - Administrator IV East Bay
As stated in Cal State East Bay's mission “Through innovative teaching, experiential learning, research, campus life and community engagement, our students, faculty and staff use their knowledge and experience to build and contribute to an equitable, inclusive and environmentally sustainable world.” Providing an academically excellent education to CSU East Bay students has led it to form firm commitments to anti-racism, social justice, equity, and inclusion. The role of the University Diversity Officer (UDO) is to foster and support the President’s diversity and inclusion agenda and to ensure that this commitment is understood across the University as it relates to: supporting equitable student success; recruiting, retaining, and developing diverse faculty and staff as well as affirming a university environment of inclusion, respect, and equity across all communities and identities.
Black Student Success Center Coordinator - Student Services Professional IV East Bay
Under the general supervision of the Director, DISC and Affinity Student Centers in the Division of Student Affairs, the Black Student Success Center (BSSC) Coordinator creates a safe and welcoming environment to promote academic success for our Black student population. The Coordinator also provides leadership, strategic planning and a collaborative environment with campus partners to provide easy access to resources which support the educational access, success, retention, and graduation of Black students. In coordination with campus partners, the coordinator provides academic and personal guidance to Black students; develops, designs, updates, and implements campus educational programs, services and training specific for Black students; gathers feedback and research to implement best practices; completes outreach to expand current services; and builds and maintains partnerships with on- and off-campus resources. As the program grows, the incumbent may provide lead work direction to professional staff members and student employees. This position will provide leadership and guidance to the campus community regarding the Black student population. The incumbent has overall responsibility for Black Student Success Center student programs, budget, planning, marketing, publicity and measurement of program effectiveness.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences 22-23 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.
Associate Counselor in SEAS East Bay
Working under the supervision of the Director of Counseling, the Associate Counselor in Student Equity and Success (SEAS) provides intake assessment, crisis intervention, and short-term individual, and couples, and group counseling to students of the University who participate in SEAS programs. The Counselor works collaboratively with the Student Health and Counseling team, the SEAS team, and campus and community partners in a multidisciplinary approach to help students achieve and maintain optimum wellness. The counselor designs and implements outreach programs and serves as a liaison to the SEAS programs.
Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology - School Counseling East Bay
The Department of Educational Psychology is seeking an innovative and collaborative individual to join our diverse faculty team starting fall 2023. The tenure-track full-time assistant-level faculty will teach classes in and coordinate our School Counseling Program. Our School Counseling Program is a unique program where our students receive 1) a Master’s of Science in Counseling, 2) coursework and fieldwork training necessary to receive a California Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Counseling, and 3) coursework and fieldwork necessary to be able to apply for an Associate Marriage and Family License (AMFT). The candidate will also be expected to engage in an active line of scholarship within their expertise. Our Department is committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship, student-centered approaches, and equity and diversity.
Human Resources & Recruitment Specialist - Confidential Administrative Support I East Bay
This position focuses on providing confidential administrative support in the areas of recruitment and other administrative functions including special projects for the Office of Human Resources.
Director, Student Conduct, Rights & Responsibilities - Administrator II East Bay
Reporting to the Associate Vice President, Equity & Belonging/Dean of Students, the Director of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities (SCRR) exercises leadership and management responsibility over the areas of community standards/judicial affairs, ethics, and on and off campus student behavior. They are instrumental in leadership of alcohol and drug education. The Director of SCRR serves as the lead in the training, advisement, and education of students, faculty, administrators, and the larger California State University East Bay community with regard to judicial procedures, student rights and responsibility, and community standards. The Director of SCRR is responsible for monitoring and maintaining budget controls, assessing and evaluating policies and practices, and providing leadership to the division's strategic planning process. They also provide direct supervision for professional staff members and indirect supervision of student assistants.
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.
Nursing Admissions Associate/Pre-Admissions Advisor - Student Services Professional II East Bay
The emphasis of this position is placed on duties concerning admission to the impacted Pre-Licensure BSN and the Post-Licensure BSN programs. This position collaborates with the Admissions Coordinator and Department Chair to review and set admission policies, make admission decisions by department deadlines, recommend updates to annual admissions applications and the Nursing department website, evaluate transcripts for prerequisite completion, and collect and log all admission documents. This employee counsels students about future options and is also responsible for providing pre-admission advising via monthly information sessions, university and off-campus events (major/minor fairs, orientations), and office hours for one-on-one appointments. Significant cooperation with other departments on campus occurs for policy decisions and to facilitate student communication (College of Science, Undergraduate Admissions, Academic Advising and Career Education, Registrar’s Office, General Education).
Assistant Area Coordinator - Student Services Professional IB (Temporary through July 20, 2023, with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
Employed by the Department of Student Housing and Residence Life (SHRL), the AAC is a full-time, temporary live-in position. The duration of this temporary appointment cannot exceed three years from the date of hire. AAC’s at Cal State East Bay are expected to initiate “high-touch” front-line interaction with students as they develop formal and informal relationships. They are expected to build communities that focus on student learning and development, supporting student needs, and inclusivity for all students. AAC’s will support and work with their supervisor and team leader(s) in managing the functions of their assigned residential area. This role will not conform to a standard 9-5 work day and requires the individual to work evenings and weekends to best meet the needs of the community. This Assistant Area Coordinator (AAC) position is a live-in, full-time, temporary 3-year maximum position under the Student Services Professional (SSP) 1B classification. The duration of this appointment cannot exceed three years from the date of hire.
Online BSBA Program Specialist - Extended Education Specialist I East Bay
This position provides administrative and student support for the fully Online BSBA Program. This position supports, promotes, develops and implements relevant learning opportunities across the spectrum of Online BSBA program courses to provide a relevant and informative education experience. This specialization includes developing skills in assessing candidates for admission, rendering admission decisions and conducting full general evaluations for transfer students.
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.
Academic Advising Trainee - Student Services Professional (SSP) IA, (Temporary through December 29, 2023, with the possibility of reappointment for a maximum of one year from date of hire) (6 positions) East Bay
Under close supervision by appropriate SSP II or SSP III personnel and lead instruction and training by Academic Programs & Services’ Student Success Specialist, the Academic Advisor Trainee in the assigned advising unit will assist to identify students’ academic advising issues, answer general advising questions, offer prescriptive advising information on well-established academic advising policies and procedures. The advising trainee may be rotated to different advising units to learn and to experience different advising strategies based on different student cohorts. The trainee will determine the urgency/complexity of students' needs to provide referrals to Academic Advisors, Directors, Department Chairs, and/or other appropriate campus resources, when necessary. This individual will maintain a professional and positive attitude when responding to inquiries, requests or complaints from students, faculty, or staff and assist in their resolution.
Confidential Advocate - Student Services Professional (SSP) IV 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 will develop and maintain referral protocols for incidents of sexual violence, and provide trainings to the campus community about how to refer to both on and off campus resources. They develop and maintain a network of resources including emergency shelters, legal support, and mental health services for survivors. This individual will also provide training and consultation to staff and faculty members at the University, and work with campus administrators to create systems that are trauma-informed and survivor-centered. The incumbent will also develop and lead prevention, education and awareness programs related to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking to the campus community with the goal of reducing these crimes. They will recruit and train student leaders to develop a peer advocate program for violence prevention on campus. Due to the nature of the work, additional or irregular hours such as early morning, evening hours, and weekends is required, as well as occasional evening hours and travel to CSUEB’s Oakland and Concord offices.
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.
Director of Career Education and Internships - Administrator II East Bay
Reporting to the Executive Director of Academic Advising & Career Education (AACE), the Director of Career Education and Internships strategically leads career and internship services operations for current CSUEB students and alumni. These operations include, but are not limited to, career development, recruitment services, event planning, and internship programs. This individual collaborates within and across divisions and with community stakeholders to develop, implement and assess effective, research-based and equitable-minded career education and internship programs. In addition, the Director will oversee career development and employment technology platforms to improve service delivery and will conduct ongoing assessment of student and employer satisfaction, institutional learning outcomes and job placements.
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology - Exercise Psychology or Physiology East Bay
The Department of Kinesiology is seeking an energetic and collaborative individual to join its team to complement and strengthen existing expertise and experience. This Assistant Professor tenure-track position requires teaching courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the area of exercise physiology. We have a vibrant culture of scholarship and the successful candidate will engage in an active line of scholarship consummate with their expertise. The successful candidate will also be expected to embrace the department’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and support its commitment to professional and public service.
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.
Director of University Events - Administrator II East Bay
the Director of University Events is responsible for planning, producing and managing a variety of university hosted events and outside facility rental events. Working in collaboration with other members of the University Advancement team as well as colleagues from across the university, the Director will ensure the successful production of university events including, but not limited to, Commencement ceremonies, Honors Convocation, donor recognition events and campaign events.
Research Associate - Associate, Academic and Institutional Studies (AAIS) II 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. As an integral thought partner with campus colleagues, the Research Associate strengthens our campus' capacity to collect, interpret, and act on data to inform strategic planning and institutional effectiveness.

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