Manager of Instructional Technology

Reporting to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, the Manager of IT Academic Technology provides leadership in developing, achieving, and maintaining high-quality technology integration in all teaching and learning settings. The successful candidate will lead projects to support faculty in enhancing instruction, collaborate on strategies that utilize technology to improve student learning, and strive to support students as they become technologically competent.


Worker Education Program Assistant (College Assistant)

The Institute seeks a Program Assistant to provide administrative support for the Worker Education Program primarily at the Queens College worksite.

Through SLU’s Murphy Institute, the School 1) collaborates with other units of CUNY to offer a range of college-credit programs designed to provide workers with the academic and technical skills they need for professional advancement, and 2) provides educational and research services to the labor movement and the broader community.


  • 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


IT Support Technician (IT Assistant)

I.T. Assistants perform entry-level professional work in technology-related disciplines. While areas of specialization vary, typically I.T. Assistants work in areas such as development/programming, communications, technical support, or similar based on the needs of the Information Technology area to which they report. Work tasks include resolving minor technology problems, monitoring activities, and maintaining documentation. They have latitude for independent initiative and judgment, under supervision.

Under the supervision of the Director of Information Technology, the IT Support Technician will provide high-quality technology based solutions to faculty, staff, students and guests experiencing technical issues within CUNYfirst applications such as, but not limited to CUNYfirst Portal, Blackboard, Degree works, e-permit and LDAP, in addition to enterprise-wide, and local applications. The successful candidate will be responsible in providing support for CUNY-licensed software such as Office 365, Zoom, and Dropbox. They will become familiar and maintain proficiency with CUNY policies and services. Moreover, the IT Support Technician will also serve as second level support for local campus Support Desks.


Non-Teaching Adjunct: Program Coordinator, SLU Black Male Initiative

Completes non-teaching projects or complex work in support of a Campus or University administrative or academic department. This work is generally of a temporary nature and requires specialized experience or expertise.

SLU seeks applicantions for a Program Coordinator of its newly launched Black Male Initiative (BMI) Program. BMI at SLU is part of the CUNY-wide BMI focused on increasing, encouraging, and supporting the inclusion and educational success of students from groups that are severely underrepresented in higher education, in particular men of color. The goal of BMI at SLU is to increase enrollment and graduation of Black and Hispanic males at SLU and to prepare them for careers that range from the public sector, union leadership, and nonprofit organizations.

The Program Coordinator will design, implement, and assess program activities, including recruitment of student participants, mentoring program, social- emotional and academic programming, as well as other targeted programming for student participants. The program coordinator will also collaborate with the SLU BMI advisory committee, faculty, staff, students, and alumni to create or enhance support and programming for BMI program students. The program coordinator will report to SLU’s Director of Student and Community Affairs.


Academic Program Specialist - Part-Time Initiative @ SLU

The Part-Time Initiative (PTI@SLU program) helps students earn their college degrees as quickly as possible, by removing the financial, academic, and personal obstacles that many students confront. PTI@SLU will partner with government agencies, unions, community organizations, employers, and industry groups that provide tuition support and are seeking to prepare workers for jobs or continuing their college education. The program will be offered off-site and is targeted for communities and constituencies that have been traditionally underserved. Credits earned in the program will be transferrable to any school or college of The City University of New York.


Student Accounts Coordinator (Enrollment Bursar Coordinator) - Bursar Operations

Reporting the Bursar or designee, the Student Accounts Coordinator is responsible for providing customer service from billing through collections. The successful candidate will work with students and third-party vendors to ensure bills are paid in a timely manner and in compliance with federal, state, city, and university guidelines.


Finance Budget Coordinator

Reporting to the Director of Finance and Business Affairs or designee, and in collaboration with all Finance and Business Affairs Staff, the Finance Budget Coordinator will play a key role in the execution of essential business functions for the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies, including:

  • Assisting section or departmental personnel in the administration of fiscal and budgetary affairs including personnel, accounting, accounts payable, and related areas
  • Conducting day-to-day maintenance of the general ledger for the school’s business units and foundation, including booking all revenue and expenses, completing periodic (monthly, quarterly, mid-year, annual) reconciliation of bank to book, and drafting financial reports to the Foundation Board. Escalate discrepancies and technical issues in a timely manner.
  • Serving as primary backup for payroll interface to reconcile biweekly payroll with general ledger.
  • Assisting with compiling, producing, and analyzing various budget reports including the preparation of biweekly payroll budget vs. actual report.
  • Serving as primary backup for Associate Director for key Procurement and A/P functions.


Academic Support and Technology Tutor (College Assistant)

The tutor will report to the Director of Worker Education and coordinate his/her schedule and daily assignments with the LTT site coordinator at BMCC and assigned BMCC faculty members. The Academic and Technology tutor will:

  • Work closely with the professors in the assigned classes throughout the semester to identify students’ academic and technological challenges.
  • Assist the LEAP to Teacher students with academic writing and provide individual writing tutoring sessions and mini workshops as needed.
  • Assist adult students with all aspects of technological challenges associated with their coursework and online platforms they should use such as Blackboard, Zoom, and Open Lab.
  • Assist students in working with CUNY Library.
  • Provide in-person and online tutoring sessions and mini-workshops to help students improve proficiency in the programs and applications used in their courses.
  • Follow up with students on their progress. Follow up with absent students by multiple communication channels to aid them as they make up work.
  • Track tutoring sessions and report on overall metrics.
  • Coordinate with the LTT coordinator for administrative tasks as needed, such as collecting intake forms to code students,
  • Participate in team and staff meetings.
  • Strengthen connections with other members of the BMCC Teacher Education community, including the Writing Center and the Department Chair, when needed.


Assistant Professor in Labor Studies

The Department of Labor Studies at SLU seeks a junior scholar for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Fields of specialization within Labor Studies are open, but the successful candidate will possess a demonstrated scholarly record and future research agenda that focuses on workers, the labor movement and diverse working-class communities, past and/or present. Candidates should also have demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level. Preference may be given to candidates with experience teaching nontraditional and adult students, and/or teaching general education courses.

Performs teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.


Non-Teaching Adjunct: Program Specialist - Adult College Access and Worker Education

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 their career opportunities. The Worker Education unit seeks apart-timeProgram Specialist who will assist in a range of recruitment, outreach, advisement, and administrative tasks mainly in the Adult College Access (CUNY-Days) and College Prep programs . The Program Specialist will report to the Director of Worker Education and Workforce Development.

The successful candidate will be a front-facing program expert, who provides prospective students with general information about CUNY colleges and programs, counsels prospective students through the application processes, and advises them through their academic journeys. The Specialist assists with planning and facilitating recruitment events, promotional efforts, and tailored workshops, and serves as a liaison between prospective students and CUNY staff. They will use their technical and organizational skills to track program-specific student data and prepare reports for leadership.