Distinguished Lecturer in Labor Studies

Performs teaching duties in area(s) of expertise. Distinguished Lecturers are experienced practitioners or teachers who hold full-time, non-tenure track position with a maximum appointment period of seven years, subject to annual reappointment.

Distinguished Lecturers perform teaching duties in area(s) of expertise. Distinguished Lecturers are experienced practitioners or teachers who hold full-time, non-tenure track position with a maximum appointment period of seven years, subject to annual reappointment.

The Department of Labor Studies at SLU seeks a Distinguished Lecturer to teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in Labor Studies, to advise students, serve on academic committees, and help build the organizational and intellectual capacity of the School of Labor and Urban Studies.

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Senior Academic Advisor

The School of Labor and Urban Studies at The City University of New York seeks a Senior Academic Advisor to provide integral advisement and support to working adult undergraduate and graduate students navigating their unique academic careers from admission through graduation.  The Senior Academic Advisor will work with an assigned caseload of students in degree and certificate programs and provide individualized outreach, needs assessment, academic guidance, timely feedback and appropriate referrals to school and community support services and resources to navigate students’ academic progress, enhance their professional development, and facilitate their academic success.  Reporting to the Director of Student and Community Affairs, the Senior Academic Advisor will advise assigned Urban Academy students to support retention, ensure a seamless transition to the Urban and Community Studies bachelor’s degree programs, and aid degree completion.

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Associate Director for Internships and Experiential Learning

SLU currently offers two unique semester-long experiential learning programs that combine rigorous academic study with hands-on experience and opportunities to gain the academic and practical skills to effect change. Students in both programs intern under the supervision of a mentor, receive a stipend, enroll in four courses at either the undergraduate or graduate level, and earn a certificate either in Labor Studies or Community Leadership. The Union Semester program pairs students from across the country and around the world with labor unions and worker-rights organizations to learn firsthand the strategies these organizations use to fight for worker rights. The Community Semester program provides local students with an opportunity to learn how community-based organizations fight for social and economic justice, housing rights, immigrant rights, tenants’ rights, and community empowerment. Additional internships are being developed with city and state legislative bodies and agencies.

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Worker Education Program Specialist (Multiple Vacancies)

The SLU’s Worker Education partners with unions, community-based organizations, employers, and other CUNY units to provide academic and administrative support to union workers, working adults, and nontraditional students seeking to earn a degree or certificate from a college within CUNY; enhance their skills, and improve career opportunities. LEAP to Teacher (LTT), one of SLU’s Worker Education programs, is a collaborative program between SLU and several CUNY colleges. LTT provides a set of free, specialized support services to paraprofessionals and teachers employed by the New York City Department of Education (DOE) pursuing higher education and advancing their career in teaching or any other field of study. LTT services are currently offered across six different CUNY campuses: Borough Manhattan Community College (BMCC), Brooklyn College, College of Staten Island (CSI), Lehman College, Medgar Evers College (MEC), Queens College and is expanded to Bronx Community College (BCC) in 21-22 academic year.

Reporting to the LTT Program Manger, the Program Specialist provides frontline support of these unique LTT services at designated CUNY colleges. Essential program support duties include developing and implementing outreach and recruitment activities, academic advising, student advocacy and liaising with support services, maintaining metrics, and collaborating with both internal and external constituents.

In addition to the CUNY Title Overview, responsibilities include but are not limited to:

• Lead the daily academic and administrative onsite operations on behalf of Program Manager; provide regular updates on program activities, collaborate with team members at different sites and attend site/team meetings

• Assist in the development and implemention of new, targeted training programs to enhance student growth and experience

• Provide academic advisement to students from preadmission through graduation; methods include in-person, online, and/or phone sessions

• Assist the team in the development and utilization of an effective communication strategy using both print and online resources, such as social media

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Worker Education Program Assistant (College Assistant)

GENERAL DUTIES

  • Under supervision, performs miscellaneous clerical, administrative, research or other work related to the operation of a College or other unit where such work is required on a part-time basis or for a period of limited duration.
  • There is one Assignment Level for this position. All personnel perform related work. This specification describes typical assignments; related duties may be assigned as needed.
  • Maximum tenure for any employee in this hourly position is 1040 hours per year.
  • Performs routine clerical work; may answer and attend to telephone calls; maintain records, operate office machines (such as copier), sort and distribute mail, issue keys and identity cards, act as messenger, and perform related tasks as required.
  • Types letters, memoranda, charts, and similar materials.
  • Acts as cashier.
  • Assists in statistical or research activities. May collect and compile data, code data for computer entry, perform data entry, and run computer reports.
  • Performs clerical library work, such as sorting and shelving books, performing data entry into library systems, or binding books and periodicals.
  • Assists in instructional programs, including tutoring and assisting students in areas such as reading and mathematics. May assist in speech and hearing therapy, provide musical accompaniment, and/or distribute and collect physical education equipment.
  • Enters and maintains departmental records such as inventory control records, rosters, directories, and schedules.
  • May operate computers, computer software, and other electronic equipment in performing assigned tasks.

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Administrative Positions

Interested candidates should click on the links in order to apply through the electronic CUNY application process (required).