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Director of Development - College of Business and Athletics -- Administrator II East Bay
The Director of Development is responsible for directing a full-spectrum of development and fundraising activities and will focus primarily on securing individual major gift support ($25,000+) and, to a lesser degree, will facilitate garnering corporate and foundation support.
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 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.
Kinesiology Lab Support Technician - Instructional Support Assistant III East Bay
The Kinesiology Lab Technician provides general and highly specialized research, education, and outreach support services for department faculty; contributing to a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in Kinesiology. These courses include Critical Inquiry in Kinesiology, Applied Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Motor Skill Acquisition and Training, Psychology of Physical Activity, Exercise Prescription, and Clinical Exercise Physiology. Services are domain-specific, and require an extensive expertise in Kinesiology. The Lab Technician leads the work direction of the Instructional Support Assistant II. The Lab Technician is also responsible for organizing, training, and supervising student laboratory assistants and student peer tutors.
CalFresh Outreach Coordinator -- Administrative Analyst/Specialist Non-Exempt (Temporary through June 30, 2023, with the possibility of reappointment) East Bay
Reporting to the Director of Recreation and Student Wellbeing and working closely with the HOPE Services Coordinator, the CalFresh Outreach Coordinator will support the development, implementation, and evaluation of the CalFresh Outreach grant at Cal State East Bay. The CalFresh Outreach Coordinator will assist students with applying for CalFresh benefits to help improve food insecurity and promote the benefits of healthy eating. The incumbent will support the grant requirements to reach CalFresh prescreening and application targets, marketing outreach goals, and timely reporting outcomes to grant funders. This position coordinates administrative functions for the CalFresh program including budget development, coordination of purchases, and daily operations for office hours. The CalFresh Coordinator supports the development of student learning outcomes, leadership models, professional development, and coordination of daily tasks for student assistant CalFresh Assistors. This is a temporary, full-time, grant funded position.
HOPE Services Coordinator - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt I East Bay
Under direction of the Director, Recreation and Student Wellbeing, the HOPE Coordinator serves as a primary resource for managing Basic Needs Initiatives defined by the needs of the CSUEB student population and the Chancellor’s Office. This position provides services that include advocacy, resources and referrals, as well as follow-up services. The Coordinator will assist students with navigating student services to support their basic needs, provides appropriate campus resources and is available for consultation with faculty, staff, and community agencies to address student services. The Coordinator provides guidance for the daily operations of the food pantry, clothing closet, and campus outreach. This position will also collaborate with campus partners to implement strategic initiatives to address the wellness of students. The Coordinator will regularly assess, design, implement, and evaluate basic needs programs and services and will provide lead work direction to HOPE staff. This position will conduct workshops and outreach events promoting campus resources and will implement wellness messaging through social marketing approaches.
Assistant Professor of Nursing (Leadership/Management in Adult/Geriatric Acute or Ambulatory Care, or Community Health and/or Health Policy) East Bay
We are seeking a candidate qualified to teach broadly in our nursing program, depending on their area of expertise. Successful candidates would have experience in nursing leadership/management in adult/geriatric acute or ambulatory care, or community health and/or health policy. Other areas of specialization such as healthcare informatics are also welcomed. Ability to teach in multiple content areas and formats is a plus. The position will include teaching courses in the classroom, lab, clinical settings, and will utilize Canvas course management system. Classes may include in-person and both synchronous and asynchronous online formats. In addition to teaching, all faculty are expected to create an open, welcoming, supportive learning environment. Faculty members will have student advising responsibilities, assist the department with administrative responsibilities and curricular development, participate on department and campus-wide committees, and develop collaborative, scholarly work. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay include courses at the Hayward, Concord and Online campuses. 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.
Assistant Professor of Statistics and Biostatistics East Bay
The areas of application we seek are: Applied Statistics, Biostatistics, and Data Science. Preference will be given to candidates who can contribute to the department’s programs in the areas of statistics, biostatistics, and data science. Duties of the position include teaching undergraduate and master’s level students in statistics, biostatistics, and data science. Undergraduate teaching includes service and general education courses, as well as major and minor courses. In addition to teaching, all faculty have advising responsibilities, assist the Department with administrative and committee work, and are expected to assume campus-wide committee responsibilities. Faculty members teach, mentor, and advise an ethnically and socioeconomically diverse student body. Faculty members maintain active research programs, oversee student research and consulting activities, and assist in preparing and administering the Comprehensive Examination for the MS degrees (given twice every year). We are especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute, through their research, teaching, and service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay include courses offered at the Hayward, Concord, and Online campuses.
Assistant Professor of Public Health (Legal and/or Ethical Dimensions) East Bay
Candidates should be able to demonstrate ability to teach one or more core courses in the department as well as required and elective courses. The Department employs a curriculum based on problem-based learning; the Department seeks innovative and enthusiastic candidates to help build on this pedagogical foundation. In addition to teaching, all faculty have advising responsibilities, assist the department with administrative and/or committee work, and are expected to assume campus-wide committee responsibilities. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay include courses at the Hayward, Concord, and Online campuses. The successful applicant must articulate a clear research vision appropriate to their discipline, and demonstrate potential to contribute to an active program of research, scholarly, or creative activities, including evidence of productivity that reflects a coherent agenda. The candidate would also work with Department faculty as it seeks accreditation of the Bachelor of Science degree in public health.
Assistant Professor of Public Health (Structural Discrimination) East Bay
Candidates should be able to demonstrate ability to teach one or more core courses in the department as well as required and elective courses. The Department employs a curriculum based on problem-based learning; the Department seeks innovative and enthusiastic candidates to help build on this pedagogical foundation. In addition to teaching, all faculty have advising responsibilities, assist the department with administrative and/or committee work, and are expected to assume campus-wide committee responsibilities. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay include courses at the Hayward, Concord, and Online campuses. In addition to teaching, all faculty have advising responsibilities, assist the department with administrative and/or committee work, and are expected to assume campus-wide committee responsibilities. The successful applicant must articulate a clear research vision appropriate to their discipline, and demonstrate potential to contribute to an active program of research, scholarly, or creative activities, including evidence of productivity which reflects a coherent agenda. The candidate would also work with Department faculty as it seeks accreditation of the Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health.
Assistant Professor of Biology (Microbiology) - 2 positions East Bay
The Department of Biological Sciences, California State University, East Bay (CSUEB) seeks to fill two tenure-track positions in Microbiology at the level of Assistant Professor beginning Fall 2023. We seek dynamic teacher-scholars who can demonstrate sustained commitment to working with diverse student learners, instructional best practices, and the development of a student-centered, externally funded research program in a culturally diverse community. The candidates will be expected to teach existing undergraduate majors’ courses including one or more of the following: General Microbiology, Medical Microbiology, Clinical Microbiology, Microbe-Host Interaction, Parasitology, Microbial Ecology, Molecular Microbiology, Microbial Physiology and Metabolism, Immunology and Virology. In addition, the candidates will be expected to develop upper division undergraduate and Master's-level courses in their area of specialization. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay may include courses at the Hayward, Concord, and Online campuses. In addition to teaching and professional activity, all faculty have advising responsibilities, assist the department with administrative and/or committee work, and are expected to assume campus-wide committee responsibilities.
Assistant Project Manager - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II East Bay
The Assistant Project Manager position works within the Planning Design and Construction department of Facilities Development and Operations, which is responsible for providing management services for minor capital projects and providing supporting role in management services for major capital projects of University. Under the general supervision of the Director of Planning Design and Construction, the incumbent is responsible for working closely with project managers and provide management services in planning, design and construction management of minor capital projects. The incumbent is expected to work independently with minimal supervision when managing minor capital design and construction projects.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics East Bay
The Department of Mathematics at CSU East Bay is seeking a tenure track faculty member to help increase the number of underrepresented minority students in STEM fields, to teach undergraduate and graduate level courses in applied mathematics from a computational viewpoint, including courses in mathematical modeling and data science, and to engage students in applied mathematics research. In addition, we seek a colleague who is versed in Active Learning -- a pedagogical approach that plays a key role in our curriculum, which is designed to support all incoming students regardless of academic preparation. We have faculty who are active in grant funded curriculum design and research to support student success at all levels of mathematics and the successful candidate will be expected to engage in this important work.
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.
Head Athletic Trainer East Bay
Under the general supervision of the Director of Athletics, the Head Athletic Trainer is responsible for the development, organization, and administration of the sports medicine program, including providing work direction to other athletic trainers, including assigning, monitoring and evaluating work; developing and monitoring the program budget, and maintaining and monitoring the medical records and progress of all student athletes. When injuries do occur, the Head Athletic Trainer serves as a first responder by recognizing and evaluating the injuries, and subsequently developing treatment and rehabilitation programs, incorporating the appropriate therapeutic modalities and use of rehabilitation and exercise equipment. Due to the nature of the work, the individual must be available to work weekends, evenings, and holidays, as well as, be available to travel with teams.
Solutions Specialist - Administrative Analyst/Specialist Exempt II East Bay
The Solutions Specialist reports to the Advancement Services Manager and maintains close working relationships with various ITS teams and campus community. The Specialist performs a variety of general and specific functions of complex nature centering on information services and solutions. The Specialist'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 Specialist 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 Specialist provides documentation, end-user training, coaching and other support to various level of users.
Theatre Technician -- Performing Arts Technician III (10/12 Pay Plan) East Bay
This is a permanent 10-month position (August. - May). The successful candidate will work with the faculty in performing classroom demonstrations regarding shop tools and theatre mechanics. They will work with the faculty to provide training and supervision of students involved in the production courses. The candidate will also provide technical support and guidance for the design aspects of productions such as carpentry, painting, rigging, drafting, and props.
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.
Project Rebound Program Coordinator - Student Services Professional IV East Bay
The Project Rebound Program Coordinator will be responsible for day-to-day operations related to building recruitment pathways for currently or formerly incarcerated persons, fostering the academic success of current students who were formerly incarcerated, as well as developing peer and mentorship programs for formerly incarcerated students to successfully pursue higher education degrees, specialized skilled degrees, or career pathways upon their graduation.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science (2 positions) East Bay
The Department of Computer Science has 13 full-time faculty members, with a wide range of backgrounds and interests. The faculty is committed to teaching its undergraduate and Master’s level students. In a typical semester, the Department will offer over 30 undergraduate and about 20 graduate classes. Classes are offered both in day and evening. Classes are generally small, with many opportunities for faculty-student contact. The Department offers a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.S. in Computer Science. Currently, there are more than 700 undergraduate majors and over 200 students in the M.S. program.

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