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Lecturer Pool-Specialized College of Science Courses AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time lecturer position teaching Hands On Science Teaching (HOST Labs) and Connecting to STEM Majors course for the College of Science. For consideration, applicants must possess a graduate degree in a STEM discipline and have teaching experience at the post-secondary level. The policy and expectation of the California State University is that all faculty members will perform all of their duties within the state of California.
Lecturer Pool Statistics and Biostatistics AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time positions teaching undergraduate statistics courses including general introductory statistics along with those oriented toward various disciplines in business, natural and social sciences, humanities, and engineering. Minimum requirement of M.S. in Statistics or Biostatistics (Ph.D. in Statistics or Biostatistics preferred) or M.S. degree in a related field of application with teaching experience.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Biological Sciences - AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time lecturer positions teaching major and non-major courses in Biology including Introductory Biology, Genetics, Developmental Genetics, Hematology, General Microbiology, Medical Microbiology and Human Physiology and Anatomy. A Ph.D. degree in Biological Sciences or related field is required for these positions. However, for certain non-major courses only, the Ph.D. requirement may be waived, but M.S. is required. The policy and expectation is that all faculty members will perform all of their duties within the state of California.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry AY 24-25 East Bay
The successful candidate will teach up to 15 contact hours per week in undergraduate laboratories and/or lectures, with assignments being consistent with the candidate’s expertise and training, as well as the specific needs of the Department. Most of our instructional needs will be in introductory chemistry courses. In addition to classroom teaching, the candidate will be expected to hold office hours for students and perform the other normal duties associated with teaching. M.S. or Ph.D. in Chemistry or Biochemistry, applicants with degrees in related fields to chemistry will be considered if they have a minimum of 18 graduate credit hours in chemistry or biochemistry.
Lecturer Pool - Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences - AY 24-25 East Bay
The Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences seeks part-time lecturers for a pool from which instructors will be considered for teaching appointments as they become available for Fall Semester 2024, and Spring Semester, 2025. The Department offers a Bachelor of Science degree and an accredited Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology and/or Audiology. Assignments might include teaching one or more basic and advanced course(s) for undergraduate and graduate students. There are approximately 200 majors and five regular faculty.
Lecturer Pool Department of Public Health AY 24-25 East Bay
The Department of Public Health has part-time positions open for teaching undergraduate courses to students inside and outside the major. It is recruiting in all areas, but has a particular need for instructors in: health/medical humanities, health disparities/health equity, bioethics, health law, health economics, health regulation, health care payment systems, and health data & information management. A doctoral-level degree, e.g. PhD, DrPH, MD, JD, or proof of candidacy for a doctorate is required; applicants with a Master’s Degree with accompanying certification and/or work experience will be considered. Candidates with experience teaching within a population perspective through a lens of social determinants (including structural racism) are desired. The Department prefers applicants with teaching experience at the college/university level, primarily in-person. The policy and expectation of the California State University is that all faculty members will perform all of their duties within the state of California.
Manager of Stewardship & Prospect Research East Bay
The Manager of Stewardship & Prospect Research will identify and research potential donors who will support the university's priorities and programs. This role involves developing stewardship strategies to establish lasting relationships with donors. Key components of this role include conducting prospect research to determine giving capacity and interests of potential donors, writing profiles and research reports, developing stewardship plans for key constituents, and working closely with development staff and academic leaders.
Fitness Programs Coordinator East Bay
The Fitness Programs Coordinator is responsible for establishing a variety of fitness programs that meet the needs of a diverse campus community. This position collaborates with the campus community and Recreation, Wellbeing & University Unions' (RWUU) staff to develop events, workshops, and special events. They establish curriculum for the “Move More Daily Campaign”, track data for participants, and evaluate program outcomes. They participate on campus wide committees to represent the programmatic needs of Recreation and Wellness Services.
Lecturer Pool - Department of Mathematics AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time positions teaching mathematics at the level of introductory calculus and below with the possibility of more advanced courses on occasion. Minimum requirement is a Master's degree in Mathematics or Mathematics Education. Candidates must have a Master’s Degree or higher in Mathematics.
Lecturer, Department of Physics, AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time positions teaching introductory physics (lectures and labs) and/or introductory astronomy (lectures and labs). Minimum requirement of a M.S. in Physics or Astronomy or other relevant field (Ph.D. in Physics or Astronomy is preferred).
Lecturer Pool - Department of Nursing AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time positions teaching (clinical or lecture) undergraduate Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric, Perinatal, Gerontologic, Mental Health, Community Health Nursing, and Health Assessment. M.S. in Nursing from an accredited College or University which includes course work in nursing, education or administration; current, unrestricted California RN license, one year of clinical experience providing direct patient care within the last five years, eligibility for BRN approval to teach in a nursing program. Teaching experience at University level preferred for all positions.
Project IMPACT (Trio Grant) - Program Coordinator (Temporary) East Bay
Under the general direction of the 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 to students for non-mandated services. 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 December 31, 2024, with the possibility of reappointment
Lecturer Pool for School of Engineering AY 24-25 East Bay
Part-time position teaching in School of Engineering at both Bachelor’s and Master’s level. M.S. degree in Engineering/ Construction Management with relevant work experience is required. Ph.D. degree in Engineering/ Construction Management is preferred.
Part-Time Lecturer Pool for the Department of Liberal Studies AY 24-25 East Bay
One or more temporary, part-time lecturers for a pool from which instructors will be considered for appointments as they become available for Fall Semester 2024, and/or Spring Semester 2025.
Lecturer Pool AY 24-25: Department of Educational Leadership, DOCTORAL Program East Bay
The Doctoral Program in the Department of Educational Leadership seeks one or more temporary, part-time lecturers for a pool from which instructors will be considered for appointments as they become available for Fall Semester 2024 and/or Spring Semester 2025.
Administrative Lead, K-16 East Bay Collaborative (Temporary) East Bay
The Administrative Lead of K-16 East Bay Collaborative is a leadership position for a $4,000,000 grant from January 2024 to June 30, 2026, with no renewal. This state-funded grant is a collaboration established over 18 months between the Dean of the College of Education and Allied Studies (the Co-PI) and the following partners: San Francisco State, San Jose State, UC Berkeley, Chabot-Las Positas Community College District, Chabot College, Las Positas College, Contra Costa Community College District, San Leandro USD, Oakland USD, and several faculty and administrators on the Cal State East Bay campus. The Administrative Lead will have same level peers at San Francisco State, San Jose State, and UC Berkeley, while they will submit reports to the fiscal agent’s Executive Director at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District. The primary duties of the Administrative Lead will be to: build relationships region-wide and campus-wide; directly manage administrative personnel at Cal State East Bay; serve as a lead with administrators across districts; serve as the accountability lead for all grant-funded programs; lead data collection and reporting throughout the east bay region; serve as the primary fiscal and administrative lead for the grant; and seek grants to sustain and extend the mission of the grant.
Front Counter Enrollment Specialist & Back-up Compliance Support Analyst East Bay
This Enrollment Information Center (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.  This position will respond to complex and in-depth inquiries regarding all areas mentioned above.
East Bay SBDC - Administrative Support Coordinator (Temporary) East Bay
The East Bay Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the College of Business and Economics, provides consulting services and training to small businesses to assist them in obtaining financing, market effectively, and manage operations to grow their businesses and generate the economic impact and job growth for the East Bay region. This position will perform a variety of functions; related duties include providing support to East Bay SBDC Executive Director, Director, consultants, trainers, and programs in both Alameda and Contra Costa counties. The Administrative Support Coordinator is responsible for: assisting East Bay SBDC Directors with setting up and promoting programs, program and workshop registration, attendance and reporting, assisting clients emails and phones, and to answer any questions related to SBDC programs, services, resources, events, and deadlines, initial intake interviews and scheduling appointments with advisors. This position also coordinates SBDC student assistants, SBDC events and maintains records for the events.
Accounting Technician II East Bay
This position is under the supervision of the General Accounting Manager and is primarily in the Accounting & Fiscal Services department. However, duties may also include other areas within Fiscal Services such as Accounts Payable, Auxiliary Organizations, or other finance areas. The General Accounting unit collects and organizes University-wide accounting transaction data to provide managerial and operational information to the University administration, the Chancellor’s Office, and the State Controller’s Office. This position supports this function.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Accounting & Finance, AY 24-25 East Bay
The department offers courses at both the undergraduate (BSAA and BSBA) level and the graduate (MSA and MBA) level for accounting and finance. We have diverse, vibrant and accomplished faculty members. The primary means by which our instructors enhance and update the content of their present courses and design new ones is through conducting research and engaging in professional development activities.

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