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Associate Dean, College of Education and Allied Studies East Bay
The Associate Dean works with the Dean to further the College's strategic vision and implementation of ongoing and new initiatives. Reporting to the Dean, the Associate Dean performs a wide range of administrative functions within the college. All of these functions are conducted through a lens of equity, fairness, and the best interests of the students. The Associate Dean is the direct supervisor of 20+ CSUEU and APC staff members in four cooperatives: (a) the College Office; (b) the Credential Student Services Center; (c) the HRT/KIN Cooperative; and (d) the Education Staff Cooperative. Within the College Office, the Associate Dean supervises human resources processing, fiscal matters, and college operations and facilities. A key role is to provide advice and direction to department chairs with respect to personnel, students, finances, curriculum, and enrollment. The Associate Dean also represents the College in formal grievance issues. In partnership with the Dean, the Associate Dean supports the tenure-track search process, and is the first to respond to faculty and student issues that emerge in departments and programs. The Associate Dean serves on several committees: (a) the CEAS Council of Chairs, (b) the University Educational Effectiveness Council, (c) the CARE Committee, (d) the Student Success/Retention Committee, (e) the Accreditation Coordinating Team (CCTC based), and (f) the CEAS Strategic Planning Committee. They also coordinate and monitor reports required by the University Committee on Academic Planning and Resources, manage and direct elections for faculty University committees, review and process curricular proposals from the five CEAS departments, participate in state and national accreditation as needed. The Associate Dean will co-lead the college in its collective goal to embody social justice, diversity, equity, inclusion, and the humanization of historically marginalized groups.
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.
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.
Audits & Compliance Manager - Administrator II East Bay
Under general direction of the Director for 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 of campus operations performed by the Chancellor’s Office of Audit & Advisory Services (AAS), and ensuring that the campus responds to audit observations and recommendations. - 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. - 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 - Consult and advise management and staff, including serving on campus steering committees as needed for audit and compliance related matters.
Physics Office Manager - Administrative Support Coordinator I East Bay
This position provides administrative support for the Department of Physics. The Office Manager ensures the Department operates efficiently and that all functions are performed accurately and promptly. This position is responsible for the coordination of the full scope of administrative support to the Department Chair, faculty, staff and students. The administrative support position provides historical and operational continuity for the Department with respect to the Department, College, and University mission and goals. It has significant autonomy in decision making regarding resolving common problems. This position is responsible for complying with regulations, policies, and procedures relating to the function of the Offices and Department. This position is responsible for maintaining departmental records and interacting with offices and departments across the campus.
Special Assistant to the President - Administrator II East Bay
This position supports and moves new initiatives forward by coordinating project management, communication, and accountability efforts on behalf of the President of the university.
Accounting Technician II East Bay
Under the general supervision of the Associate Director of Student Financial Services, the Accounting Technician II provides various services to assist the University's students, faculty, and staff with their financial business such as the posting tuition payments; processing of University department deposits; selling of parking permits; distribution of pay warrants; analysis of a student’s financial account. This requires a thorough knowledge of University systems and a thorough knowledge of office functions related to the operation of the Cashier’s Office. This requires effective communication skills and the ability to demonstrate teamwork to insure the success of the department goals and objectives and the success of the Cashier's Office.
Credential Analyst - Credential Analyst I East Bay
The College of Education and Allied Studies (CEAS) comprises five unique departments. The Office of the Associate Dean is responsible for the 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; certifies readiness for field experience; and processes all materials related to the application for a credential. The purpose of the position of Credential Analyst I is to maintain continuous oversight of candidate files; interpret laws and regulations for candidates, faculty, staff, and the general public; provide accurate advice to candidates related to completion of credential programs; make classroom presentations to candidates finishing the program; provide candidates and team leaders with quarterly updates of candidate progress; and issue documents to potential employers verifying program completion.
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.
Academic Success & Wellness Counselor - SSP III (Temporary through August 31, 2023, with the possibility of re-appointment for a maximum of 3 years from the date of hire) East Bay
The primary purpose of this position is to provide academic advising and academic wellness counseling to participating students. The Academic Success and Wellness Counselor supports students in completing their post-secondary education by providing targeted advice related to class selection, the development of educational plans and monitors the academic progress of students in the program. Furthermore, the Academic Success and Wellness Counselor provides academic wellness counseling to support students in the development of non-cognitive skills including academic & realistic self-appraisal, growth mindset, locus of control, positive self-concept, motivation and long term goal setting. This position will function as a team member of Project IMPACT and will assist the Project IMPACT Program Coordinator with carrying out the requirements of the grant. This is a temporary, full-time, grant funded position through August 31, 2023, with the possibility of re-appointment for a maximum of three years from the date of hire.
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).
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.
Coaching Assistant -12 Month (Temporary through June 30, 2023 with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
This position will help foster a team culture that is focused and driven to succeed academically and athletically, while servicing the community. Assist in the planning and implementation of practice, competitions, travel, equipment, paperwork and any other administrative duties set forth by the Head Coach. Recruit prospective student athletes in compliance with college policies and procedures. Monitor the academic progress and development of student-athletes. Conduct and supervise athletically related activities for specific training groups on a daily basis. Assist with the monitoring and posting on the team website and social media. Assist in all fundraising opportunities. Maintain knowledge and ensure compliance with NCAA, conference, and institutional rules and regulations.
Assistant Director of Residence Life, Residential Engagement - Student Services Professional IV East Bay
The Assistant Director of Residence Life performs duties under limited supervision from the Associate Director, Residence Life to lead the Residence Life program within the Student Housing and Residence Life (SHRL) Department. Additionally, performs highly complex professional Student Services work independently; reviewing complex individual, group, or organizational problems; developing and recommending course of action, and implementing proposed solutions. In conjunction with the Associate Director, Residence Life, this position provides leadership and oversight to the residential community, which is currently comprised of 4 residential communities that house approximately 1,600 residents. Provide general guidance and direction to the residence life staff which is comprised of full time Area Coordinators, Assistant Area Coordinators, and student assistants (Senior Resident Assistants, Resident Assistants, Front Desk Assistants, and Administrative Assistants). Provides oversight and lead work direction to Assistant Area Coordinators.
Employer Relations Coordinator - Student Services Professional IV East Bay
Performs duties under the general supervision of the Executive Director of AACE and direct supervision of the Director of Career Education & Internships. Serves as a member of the AACE leadership team while working independently to provide strategic direction and leadership to employer and connection initiatives related to AACE and the University’s broader career goals. Includes program development, implementation, and evaluation. Serves as a consultant to academic and employer communities related to employment services; oversees the development of employer relations and employment opportunities within the local and global communities, and supervises the daily operation of employment connection and recruitment services, ensuring efficient and quality customer service and adherence to legal guidelines.
Chemistry Department Office Manager - Administrative Support Coordinator II East Bay
This position provides administrative support for the department, department chair, faculty, staff, and students. The Office Manager ensures that the department office operates efficiently and sets policies and procedures relating to office function. The position is responsible for implementing department goals and objectives and for complying with state and federal regulations, university policies, and established procedures relating to the function of the office. It provides historical and operational continuity for the department and has some autonomy in decision making regarding resolving common problems. The person sought for this position will respond to student inquiries in different modalities, interact with offices across the campus, maintain department records, enter class schedules, post faculty office hours, handle payroll documents, assist students with registration issues, build special registration classes, initiate contracts and related hiring documents, administer the hiring of student assistants, place textbook orders, coordinate duplicating of course materials, help faculty with special issues, serve as the department web contact, and work with the department chair on special projects.
Executive Assistant to the Vice President - Administrative Support Coordinator II East Bay
The Executive Administrative Assistant serves as the principal administrative support to the Office of University Advancement. The executive assistant provides day-to-day support for the Vice President for University Advancement and reports directly to the Vice President. Since the Vice President for University Advancement also serves as the President of the Educational Foundation, the executive assistant may be asked to assist in supporting the activities of the Cal State East Bay Educational Foundation.
Budget Analyst - Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt II (Temporary through June 30, 2023, with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
Reporting to the Director of the Institute for STEM Education, the Institute for STEM Education Budget Analyst is accountable for the fiscal administration, financial planning, administrative workflow, and financial analysis and reporting for the Institute. The Budget Analyst works closely with Institute Staff, the Faculty Board, and external funders and partners to provide critical information, insight, and ideas about the use of funds and resources strategically in order to further the mission of the Institute and see its resources used with maximum effect. The Budget Analyst is responsible for division compliance with all policies, procedures, and regulations as it pertains to funds and their accounting, expenditure, reconciliation, and reporting.
Financial Aid Counselor/Return to Title IV Coordinator - Student Services Professional II East Bay
The program coordinator for the Return of Title IV funds will be responsible for the timely processing of all R2T4 Calculations. This position will monitor changes in enrollment for aid recipients, troubleshoot contradicting attendance records, and collaborate with the Finance Office staff to ensure timely return of unearned funds. The R2T4 Program Coordinator will send R2T4 notifications and will report overawards to the Department of Education, and perform necessary adjustments for the reporting of overawards to the State and other institutional aid entities. The Financial Aid Counselor provides excellent service and guidance to prospective, new and current students and their families throughout the financial aid application process; determines eligibility within the parameters of institutional, state and federal requirements. Exercises independent judgment in the management of operational details of the financial aid process. Maintains knowledge of policies of other departments (registrar, student financial services, human resources, athletics, etc) and understands the impact of them on a student's financial aid eligibility. Oversees the administration of both federal and private loans for CPS. This includes certification of all Plus and private education loans, resolving issues between the university's system and the Department of Education's. Participates in state, regional and national professional development activities to ensure a complete understanding of federal and state regulations and remain current on changes to the federal and state aid programs. Utilizes conflict resolution skills to help students and parents to understand challenges and identify potential solutions. Maintains student confidentiality in accordance with FERPA regulations.
Service Desk Analyst - Information Technology Consultant - Career East Bay
This position provides first level support troubleshooting technology issues, including software, hardware, and networking. This position is also responsible for the technology and audio/visual devices in classrooms and conference facilities.

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