Announcement of Temporary Teaching Positions

College of Science, ScN 131
Hayward, California 94542-3026
Telephone (510) 885-3441
Fax (510) 885-2035

Visit our Campus Website.


A pool of applicants is being sought by several departments for possible temporary teaching positions in the College of Science, Cal State East Bay, for one or more quarters of the 2015-16 academic year. Lecturers currently in the 2014-15 temporary pool must submit a written intent to remain in the 2015-16 temporary pool along with an updated CV. Applications will be kept on file from Summer Quarter 2015 through Spring Quarter 2016, or until hiring for the Spring Quarter is complete.

Openings will be filled from the pool of applicants before the start of each term. Please note that teaching assignments at California State University, East Bay include courses at the Hayward, Concord and Online campuses. In addition, employment is contingent on course enrollment and budget. For additional information, direct your inquiries to the Department Chair and please refer to the position number when addressing letters or emails to the individual department, California State University East Bay; Hayward, CA 94542-3083.

NOTE: California State University, East Bay hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. All offers of employment are contingent upon presentation of documents demonstrating the appointee's identity and eligibility to work, in accordance with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act. If you are considered as a finalist for the position, you may be subject to a background check.

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, CSUEB does not discriminate on the basis of any protected categories: age, ancestry, citizenship, color, disability, gender, immigration status, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran’s status. The University is committed to the principles of diversity in employment and to creating a stimulating learning environment for its diverse student body.

Applications are considered on a continuous basis. New applicants must submit a letter of application, a complete and current vita, the academic application, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation.

Download Application Form.


Teaching Positions

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 BIOL PT-1

Part-time lecturer positions teaching major and non-major courses in Biology including Introductory Biology, Genetics, Developmental Genetics, Hematology, Microbiology and Human Physiology and Anatomy.

A Ph.D. degree is required for these positions. However, for certain non-major courses only, the Ph.D. requirement may be waived.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Donald Gailey, Department Chair

donald.gailey@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3471


CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 CHEM PT-1

Possible part-time positions teaching introductory and advanced Chemistry and Biochemistry classes, Ph.D. required. Lecturer positions in laboratory classes may also be available, minimum requirement is M.S. in Chemistry or Biochemistry or enrollment in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry M.S. Degree program. A Ph.D. Degree is preferred for the laboratory classes.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Ann McPartland, Department Chair

ann.mcpartland@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3452


COMPUTER SCIENCE

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 CS PT-1

Part-time lecturer positions teaching computer literacy, lower-division computer programming, and advanced topics in Computer Science. For full consideration, applicants must possess a graduate degree in Computer Science and have teaching experience at post-secondary level.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Matt Johnson, Chair of the Department of Computer Science

matt.johnson@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3414


EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 EESC PT-1

Possible part-time positions teaching Introductory Geology and Environmental Science, Earth Systems Science, Planetary Science, Introductory Oceanography, Meteorology, Groundwater Chemistry, and graduate classes in applied fields, e.g., Hydrogeology, GIS, Engineering Geology. Minimum requirement of M.S. in Geology, Environmental Science or its equivalent, or enrollment in a graduate degree program in Geology or Environmental Science.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Jean Moran, Department Chair

jean.moran@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3486


ENGINEERING

Construction Management

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 ENGR PT-1

Possible part time position for teaching in Construction Management Program at both Bachelors’s and Master’s level. M.S. degree in Civil Engineering/Construction with relevant work experience is required. Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering/Construction is preferred.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Saeid Motavalli, Department Chair

saeid.motavalli@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-2654


HEALTH SCIENCES

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 HS PT-1

Possible part-time positions teaching Health Science courses to majors and non- majors. Recruiting in all areas but particular need in: health law, health care systems, community health, management, research and writing, health disparities. Candidates with Doctoral Degree preferred. Will consider Master’s Degree with certification and/or work experience. Teaching experience at University level in blended learning and online teaching in all positions, highly desired.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Chandrakala Ganesh, Assistant Professor, Health Sciences

hsccareers@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3481


MATHEMATICS

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 MATH PT-1

Possible part-time positions teaching pre-calculus algebra, introductory calculus, business mathematics (finite mathematics and calculus), and occasionally more advanced mathematics courses. Minimum requirement of M.A. or M.S. in Mathematics or its equivalent or enrollment in the department's graduate program. Preference may be given to graduate students enrolled in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Kevin Callahan, Associate Chair

kevin.callahan@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3414


NURSING

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 NURS PT-1

Possible part-time positions teaching (clinical or lecture) undergraduate Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric, Perinatal, Gerontologic, Mental Health, Community Health Nursing, Research, Leadership, Legal Responsibilities of Health Care Providers, or Nutrition/Medical Nutrition Therapy; RN Advanced Placement (lecture, online, seminar) and Health Assessment. Minimum qualifications: 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, eligible for BRN approval to teach in a nursing program. Teaching experience at University level preferred for all positions.

Direct inquiries to Department of Nursing & Health Sciences Staff

nurscareers@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3481


PHYSICS

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 PHYS PT-1

Possible part-time positions teaching introductory physics (lectures and labs), introductory astronomy (lectures and labs), and introductory cosmology. A Ph.D. in Physics is preferred.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Erik Helgren, Department of Physics

erik.helgren@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3401


PSYCHOLOGY

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 PSYC PT-1

Possible part-time positions teaching undergraduate courses in all areas. Ph.D. in Psychology and teaching experience in appropriate field preferred.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Marvin Lamb, Department Chair

marvin.lamb@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3484


STATISTICS & BIOSTATISTICS

POSITION NUMBER: 15-16 STAT PT-1

Part-time positions teaching lower division statistics courses oriented toward various disciplines in business, natural and social sciences, and engineering. Minimum requirement of M.S. in Statistics or Biostatistics (Ph.D. in Statistics or Biostatistics preferred) or related teaching experience in a field of application.

Direct inquiries to Dr. Eric Suess, Department Chair

eric.suess@csueastbay.edu or (510) 885-3435


Note: Documents in Portable Document Format (PDF) require Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or higher to view, download Adobe Acrobat Reader.

  • Print This Page
  • Bookmark and Share