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Design and Document Specialist East Bay
Under the supervision of the Director of Planning, Design, and Construction (PDC), the Design and Document Specialist position is responsible for preparing design and construction drawings for capital improvement, infrastructure, deferred maintenance, and special event projects. This position performs a wide range of complex drafting assignments from minor design work to modification of construction documents. The Design and Document Specialist must have enough experience to understand and analyze architectural and construction documents and understand how buildings are generally designed and constructed. This position also manages the campus inventory of plans, specifications, and project archives in both hard copies and electronically based on the campus standard filing system.
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
Transfer Admissions Counselor East Bay
The Office of Admissions is looking for a detail-oriented, fast learner, independent, and professional individual to be part of our Transfer Admissions team. Under the general supervision of the Director of Admission and supervising Associate Director, the Transfer Admission Counselor coordinates the processing, evaluation, and advising of applicants for assigned groups. The counselor must follow a wide and complex range of relevant policies when making final admissions decisions. They are also responsible for advising on Admission requirements, policies and procedures to various audiences including prospective students/applicants, faculty and staff. Working with other East Bay offices, counselors also participate in the campus-wide effort to recruit prospective students as well as support the transition of admitted applicants to enrolled students.
Accounting Technician II East Bay
The Accounting Technician II is under the supervision of the Accounts Payable Manager and is primarily in the Accounts Payable unit.  Duties also include supporting other areas within Fiscal Services. This position processes the pay cycles for all AP invoices, including handling the wire payments, voids and stop payments. Additionally, the Accounting Technician II assists with the use of current travel software, ensuring vendor set ups within the software, maintaining data integrity, providing functional support, and training to end users. This position is also responsible for identifying, tracking, and clearing Accounts Payable compliance issues.
Undocumented Student Resource Center Assistant (Temporary) East Bay
This Undocumented Student Resource Center Assistant position is a trainee position under the Student Services Professional (SSP) IA classification, an entry level classification in the Student Services Professional series. This position will serve in the trainee capacity that is not to exceed 12 months. Upon successful completion of training and satisfactory performance under the SSP IA classification, this position may, at the discretion of the appropriate administrator and based on university needs, evolve to the next classification level – SSP IB and be expected to perform similar duties with greater independence and under more limited supervision. Permanent status cannot be earned in a trainee position. This is a full-time, temporary position.
College Corps Administrative Support Coordinator (Temporary) East Bay
The College Corps Administrative Support Coordinator (ASC) will be responsible for supporting and maintaining administrative functions related to the grant-funded College Corps program, funded through the Governor’s Office of California Volunteers and housed in the Center for Community Engagement. These functions include administrative oversight, processing, and documentation related to student participation, student compensation, travel reimbursements, student timesheets and service hours, events, as well as monitoring, reconciling, and reporting on budgets and expenditures related to the College Corps grant. The ASC will be responsible for communicating with various departments such as Research and Sponsored Programs, Accounting, Accounts Payable and Financial Aid to ensure payments and processes are complete and accurate. The ASC will be responsible for preparing informational resources and documents for students and community partner organizations, and communicating with students/partners about processes and documents.
Emergency Manager East Bay
Under the general direction of the AVP of Risk Management and Internal Control, the Emergency Manager is responsible for day to day administrative, operational, fiscal management of emergency management programs and services. The Emergency Manager manages planning, budgeting, training, and programming related to emergency preparedness and response functions. The Emergency Manager (1) serves as a liaison with local, state, and federal agencies to ensure compliance, (2) works directly with staff, faculty, and students to develop, implement, manage, and continually improve campus-wide emergency preparedness, business continuity response plans, and programs to improve the University’s ability to respond to emergencies, effectively manage incidents, and systematically restore the campus to full operation following adverse events. The Emergency Manager participates in State, County and Chancellor’s Office planning and compliance audits as they relate to emergency management.
Audits & Compliance Manager East Bay
Under general direction of the AVP of 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 or advisory services of campus operations performed by the Chancellor’s Office of Audit & Advisory Services (AAS), and ensuring that the campus responds to audit observations and recommendation; 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. This position will 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 and consult and advise management and staff, including serving on campus steering committees as needed for audit and compliance related matters.
Hourly Real Time Captioners POOL (Temporary & Intermittent) East Bay
The purpose of this position is to provide communication access via real-time captioning services for students, faculty, staff and guests of the campus who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing. Services may be required on-site at one of Cal State East Bay’s three campuses: Hayward, Concord, and/or Oakland. Real-time captioning may be needed in academic courses, meetings, office hours, student groups, and/or campus events. This is an hourly, temporary, intermittent position. Work schedules may vary each academic term depending on operational needs. This position may require working some weekend and evening hours as needed.
Hourly Sign Language Interpreter POOL (Temporary & Intermittent) East Bay
The purpose of this position is to provide communication access via sign language interpreting services for students, faculty, staff and guests of the campus who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing. Sign language interpreting services may be needed in academic courses, meetings, office hours, student groups, and/or campus events. These services may be required to be provided remotely or on-site at one of Cal State East Bay’s three campuses: Hayward, Concord, and/or Oakland. This is an hourly, temporary, intermittent position. Work schedules may vary each academic term depending on operational needs. The incumbent may be required to work some weekend and evening hours as needed.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science East Bay
Teaching courses at B.S. and M.S. levels, curriculum development at both levels, and sustaining a research program. 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 ideal candidate for this position can: 1. Engage with a diverse student body. This diversity includes ethnicity, country of origin, educational background – many are the first in their family to attend college, and age, to name a few. 2. Teach a wide range of computer science courses including most or all of the core subject matter at both the undergraduate and graduate level. 3. Support offerings for undergraduate C.S. students including teaching courses, developing the undergraduate curriculum, and engaging undergraduate students in research. 4. Support offerings for graduate C.S. students including teaching courses, guiding M.S. theses and projects, managing the graduate capstone course. 5. Advise Computer Science students. 6. Participate in departmental activities such as curriculum development, assessment, outreach, etc. 7. Develop and continue ongoing research activities, service, and leadership.
Assistant Professor for the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences East Bay
The department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences is seeking to fill a tenure-track full time Assistant Professor position. Area of specialization is open, but should complement the expertise of current faculty. Preferred candidates will be able to teach one or more academic courses from among the following content areas: linguistic and cultural diversity, speech science, voice, motor speech disorders, cognitive-communicative disorders, school-age language disorders and literacy, speech sound disorders, fluency. In addition to teaching, all faculty are expected to sustain a record of scholarly work, advise majors, assist the department with administrative and/or committee work, and assume campus-wide committee responsibilities. The department offers a Bachelor of Science degree and an accredited Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
Speech Pathologist Supervisor (Intermittent) East Bay
NOTE: This recruitment will be used to establish a pool of candidates for current and future hourly and temporary appointments. Work schedule to be arranged. Temporary positions anticipated to end on or before 6/30/24 with possibility of reappointment. Hours/Week: Varies, as needed.
Assistant Professor of Social Work (Racial Justice) East Bay
The Cal State East Bay Department of Social Work seeks an Assistant Professor of Racial Justice to join our vibrant and growing department. The Department enrolls up to 150 students in our full-time CSWE-accredited Master of Social Work program. We also recently launched a mostly online, locally focused part-time program, which will increase our enrollment gradually to 225 students over the next three years. We are currently in the process of developing a BSW program and we are interested in candidates with a strong interest and experience in undergraduate education. Candidates must hold a Master of Social Work from a CSWE accredited institution, at least two years of full-time post-master’s social work experience, and either a PhD in social work, a DSW, or a doctorate in a related discipline. The doctorate must be completed by the effective date of the appointment. The candidate’s research specialty and post-master’s social work experience should have significant practice and/or policy emphasis on intersectionality and equity within immigrant, Latinx, African American/Black, Asian/Pacific Islander, and/or Native American/Indigenous communities. Candidates must have served as an instructor of record for at least one social work or social science course at the Bachelor or Master’s level.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Sociology AY 23-24 East Bay
The Sociology Department may need lecturers for one or more of the following courses: Introduction to Sociology, Social Theory, Research Methods Social Psychology, Social Policy, Work and Professions, Sociology of Education, Social Inequality, Environmental Sociology, Sociology of Sport, Medical Sociology, Sociology of Organizations, and Sociology of Emotions. Other courses may also be offered. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay include courses at Hayward, Concord, and Online campuses.
Temporary Librarian Pool, AY 23-24 East Bay
One, full-time (non-tenure track) position with emphasis in student success and engagement and one or more part-time (non-tenure track) positions with emphasis in collections management. Science background desirable.
Associate Counselor in Housing East Bay
Working under the supervision of the Director of Counseling, the Associate Counselor in Housing provides intake assessment, crisis intervention, and short-term individual, group, and couples counseling to University Housing residents who are currently enrolled in classes. The Counselor designs and implements outreach programs and interventions, and serves as a liaison to University Housing and Residential Life. The Counselor contributes to the overall training of campus staff through workshops and mentorship. The Counselor works collaboratively with the Student Health and Counseling team, the University Housing and Residential Life team, and campus and community partners in a multidisciplinary approach to help students achieve and maintain optimum wellness. All Associate Counselors receive weekly individual and group supervision to oversee and develop their clinical skills.
Coaching Assistant -12 Month (Temporary through June 30, 2024 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.
Lecturer Pool for Department of Anthropology, AY 23-24 East Bay
Part-time positions teaching specialized courses within the subfields of biological anthropology, archaeology, and socio-cultural anthropology. Minimum requirement MA or MS in Anthropology or Archaeology (Ph.D. in Anthropology or Archaeology is preferred).
Lecturer Pool for Department of Geography & Environmental Studies (AGES) - AY 23-24 East Bay
Part-time positions for AY 23-24 teaching specialized courses within the subfields of human geography, regional geography, resources geography, and environmental impacts. Minimum requirement MA or MS in Geography, Environmental Science, or a related field (Ph.D. is preferred).

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