Full-Time Staff Opportunities
The Fung Institute Executive Director (ED) operationally oversees and coordinates budget and financial management, manages facilities and space requirements, and recruits and maintains appropriate staffing level. The ED works closely with the Faculty Director (FD), Fung Advisory Board, and the College of Engineering to develop and execute strategic plans to grow academic programs and pursue research and funding opportunities. The ED is charged with managing a portfolio of significant academic and professional education programs, formulating goals, developing strategies, policies, and procedures, and directing program resources that maximize contributions to the mission of the institute, college, and UC.
As manager of the Fung Institute’s program portfolio, the ED is responsible for creating a highly effective program and administrative infrastructure, coordinating a suite of focused support services for undergraduate and professional master’s students, as well as designing and implementing marketing and sales strategies to successfully launch new programs and expand existing ones — all in support of the Fung Institute’s goal to develop leaders. Working in concert with the Fung Institute FD, as well as engineering faculty and staff, the ED has a critical role in ensuring the continued success and growth of all program offerings within the Fung Institute.
This is an exempt, monthly paid position. Salary is commensurate with experience within the range of $180,000 to $225,000 annually.
The first review date for this job is: February 15, 2023 – Open until filled
The Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary, part-time instructors to teach engineering management topics in the Berkeley Master of Engineering (MEng) program. The MEng program offers coursework in technology innovation and management. We hire a number of qualified professionals and academics to hold temporary lecturer appointments to lend variety and subject matter expertise to our core engineering leadership topics:
• Coaching for High Performing Teams
• Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
• Global Business
• Global Innovations
• Industry Analysis
• Organizational Behavior
• Product Management
• Project Management
• R&D Technology Management
• Teaming & Project Management
• Technology Strategy
• Other topics in Engineering Leadership
The Fung Fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley invites applications for a pool of part-time lecturer positions in Design and Technology Innovation should an opening arise. We seek candidates that have experience to teach a 3-unit fall and/or spring course for undergraduates who have been selected for the Fung Fellowship, a one-year program that develops leadership, teaming, storytelling, technology innovation, and human centered design. This lecturer pool has been generated in case of need for teaching for two courses: (1) Health + Tech course and (2) Conservation + Tech course. The number of positions may vary from semester to semester, depending upon the teaching needs of the fellowship.
Join our growing list of Mentors! We are looking for mentors for Spring 2023. Mentorship has been a crucial element for career success where students get to grow their meaningful connections and build confidence in pursuing jobs and passions. On top of that, Career Destination Survey results continue to show strong employment data in part due to the support of a thriving MEng Community.
For our Industry Mentorship Program, we use FI Connect as our platform and we’ll hold a meet and greet session in early Spring 2023.
Express your interest in mentoring by January 27, 2023 in order to be matched with a MEng mentee for the coming semester (February 2023 – April 2023).
Are you a current Berkeley student looking for ways to get more involved with the Fung Institute community? Below are some avenues for you to help build the Fung Institute community.
Please visit Handshake or the Work Study site for campus job openings.