Student Disability Services Assistant/College Assistant

As New York’s leading online school since 2006, the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) offers the most online bachelor’s and master’s degree options at the City University of New York, and serves as the University’s first undergraduate all-transfer college. With 26 degrees and numerous other non-degree and grant-funded workplace learning programs, CUNY SPS meets the needs of adults who wish to finish a bachelor’s degree, progress from an associate’s degree, earn a master’s degree or certificate in a specialized field, and advance in the workplace or change careers. Consistently ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report for its online offerings, CUNY SPS has emerged as a nationwide leader in online education. The school’s renowned and affordable online programs ensure that busy working adults may fulfill their educational goals on their own time and schedule.

The CUNY SPS Office of Student Disability Services seeks a qualified individual interested in working to support students with disabilities in higher education to fill the position of student disability services assistant. The successful candidate will provide individualized academic support services to students and use campus licensed software to remediate course materials into accessible formats to ensure that students with disabilities have access to the curriculum.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Student Disability Services Coordinator, the Student Disability Services Assistant/College Assistant will:
• Respond to student and faculty inquiries by email and telephone
• Meet with students to review accommodation plan, provide time management support, offer training on assistive technology (such as Kurzweil 3000 and Livescribe smartpen)
• Create presentations on disability related topics for SPS faculty and staff
• Assist in the facilitation of student accommodations for online and in-person courses and events
• Provide notetaking, reading, scribing, examination proctoring, and other services to students with disabilities as assigned
• Source and produce alternate format course materials and remediate inaccessible course documents and other content to ensure usability and compatibility with screen reading and other assistive technologies used by students
• Perform related administrative duties which may include organization of spreadsheets, creation of email and phone lists, record keeping, and provision of support for student affinity groups
• Perform other related duties as assigned

Preferred Minimum Qualification:
• High school diploma/GED

Preferred Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree
• Experience working with students in a higher education setting
• Experience with disability services
• Familiarity with various kinds of assistive technology
• Transcribing and/or keyboarding skills
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Excel, and Word
• Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills

Salary Range: $20.00 per hour

Hours: 20 hours per week (daytime schedule)

Please send resume, cover letter and contact information of three (3) professional references to:
CUNY SPS Student Disability Services Assistant/College Assistant Search
Christopher Fleming, Student Disability Services Coordinator
Email Address: disabilityservices@sps.cuny.edu

CUNY SPS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/IRCA/Americans with Disabilities Act Employer:
https://sps.cuny.edu/about/policies

The CUNY School of Professional Studies complies with the Clery Act and copies of its annual report on security policies and statistics are available in its Security Office.

Selected applicants must pay fingerprint and filing fees (full-time CUNY students are excluded from fingerprint fee).

All prospective candidates must be able to be certified as eligible to work under the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act.

The CUNY School of Professional Studies verifies education and experience statements.

CUNY LEADS Advisor/Non-Teaching Adjunct

As New York’s leading online school since 2006, the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) offers the most online bachelor’s and master’s degree options at the City University of New York, and serves as the University’s first undergraduate all-transfer college. With 26 degrees and numerous other non-degree and grant-funded workplace learning programs, CUNY SPS meets the needs of adults who wish to finish a bachelor’s degree, progress from an associate’s degree, earn a master’s degree or certificate in a specialized field, and advance in the workplace or change careers. Consistently ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report for its online offerings, CUNY SPS has emerged as a nationwide leader in online education. The School’s renowned and affordable online programs ensure that busy working adults may fulfill their educational goals on their own time and schedule.

Reporting to the Associate Director of Student Services, the CUNY LEADS Advisor will focus on the career readiness of CUNY SPS students and with disabilities. LEADS stands for Linking Employment, Academics and Disability Services.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provides students in the CUNY LEADS program with advice and support to make academic and career choices that lead to successful employment outcomes
• Provides individualized advisement on career skills such as resume writing, interview preparation, job search, and more disability specific topics like workplace accommodations, and disability disclosure
• Creates and leads workshops on disability and employment for student caseload
• Recruits CUNY students into the LEADS program based on established criteria
• Coordinates services with other college units including disability and career services offices
• Coordinates services with outside agencies as needed
• Advises students on job readiness and placement, and on linking academic programs to short- and long-term career goals
• Hold regular career sessions with student caseload
• Applies knowledge of issues and developments in disability-related law (such as the A.D.A.) and in disability advocacy
• Collaborates with other LEADS professionals on University-wide initiatives; represent SPS at meetings of CUNY LEADS Council
• Tracks caseload demographics, contact notes, and outcomes across multiple recordkeeping systems and compile reports as needed
• Supports SPS Disability and Access Coalition (DAC) activities and events
• Performs related duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree required

Preferred Qualifications:
• Master’s degree
• Experience working in academic, career advisement or job placement for students with disabilities
• Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
• Experience serving individuals from cross-disability backgrounds
• Experience working with ACCES-VR, NYSCB, OPWDD and other governmental and non-profit agencies
• Knowledge of all levels of postsecondary education, including online learning environments
• Familiarity with scholarship, internships, and workforce development programs open to students with disabilities

Salary Range: $47.42 per hour (hourly rate based on CUNY’s non-teaching adjunct salary scale)

Hours: Part -Time (approximately 15 hours per week, on-campus hours scheduled during a typical M-F, 9am-5pm work week; some additional flexibility is possible for remote work)

Please send resume, cover letter and contact information of three (3) professional references to:
CUNY LEADS Advisor/Non-Teaching Adjunct Search
Dr. Christopher Leydon, Associate Director of Student Services
Email Address: Christopher.Leydon@cuny.edu

CUNY SPS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/IRCA/Americans with Disabilities Act Employer:

https://sps.cuny.edu/about/policies

The CUNY School of Professional Studies complies with the Clery Act and copies of its annual report on security policies and statistics are available in its Security Office.

All prospective candidates must be able to be certified as eligible to work under the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act.

The CUNY School of Professional Studies verifies education and experience statements.

HIM-HSA Program Assistant/College Assistant

Job Description: As New York’s leading online school since 2006, the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) offers the most online bachelor’s and master’s degree options at the City University of New York, and serves as the University’s first undergraduate all-transfer college. With 26 degrees and numerous other non-degree and grant-funded workplace learning programs, CUNY SPS meets the needs of adults who wish to finish a bachelor’s degree, progress from an associate’s degree, earn a master’s degree or certificate in a specialized field, and advance in the workplace or change careers. Consistently ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report for its online offerings, CUNY SPS has emerged as a nationwide leader in online education. The school’s renowned and affordable online programs ensure that busy working adults may fulfill their educational goals on their own time and schedule.

The HIM-HSA Program Assistant/College Assistant for the Health Information Management and Health Services Administration department will report to the Program Manager and will support the administrative operations of the program.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Collect/distribute registration forms for the RHIA/RHIT and CAPM Prep session
• Send out zoom links and PowerPoints to registrants of RHIA/RHIT and CAPM Prep Session
• Respond to emails sent to the program account
• Participate in department meetings
• Upload transfer credit evaluations for BS HIM students to shared drive
• Add new students to orientation groups in the learning management system (LMS)
• Manage and maintain student groups in the LMS
• Collect syllabi from faculty and maintain semesterly syllabi records
• Communicate with students and adjunct faculty
• Assist with organizing and moving files
• Assist with general administrative tasks
• Additional duties as assigned

Preferred Minimum Qualifications:
• High school diploma/GED

Preferred Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree or some college course work from an accredited college or university
• Experience with online learning
• Strong attention to detail and accuracy
• Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
• Experience analyzing qualitative and quantitative data
• High level of proficiency in Microsoft Office (especially Excel)
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
• Ability to meet deadlines, handle multiple assignments simultaneously, and be flexible in an environment with changing priorities.

Salary Range: $20.00 – $25.00 per hour, salary offers are dependent on education and experience

Hours: 20 hours per week

Please send resume, cover letter, and contact information of three (3) professional references to:

HIM-HSA Program Assistant/College Assistant Search
Memory Ndanga, Academic Director
Email: memory.ndanga@cuny.edu

CUNY SPS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/IRCA/Americans with Disabilities Act Employer:

https://sps.cuny.edu/about/policies

The CUNY School of Professional Studies complies with the Clery Act and copies of its annual report on security policies and statistics are available in its Security Office.

Selected applicants must pay fingerprint and filing fees (full-time CUNY students are excluded from fingerprint fee).

All prospective candidates must be able to be certified as eligible to work under the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act.

The CUNY School of Professional Studies verifies education and experience statements.

Accessibility Technician

Closing Date: Open until filled
Department: CUNY Television
Salary: $24.14 / hours
Hours: 32 hours per week
The Accessibility Technician will assist the CUNYTV Captioning Coordinator in work to apply CUNY’s accessibility guidelines to CUNY TV’s online and on-air resources. Such work includes transcription, subtitling, timing and placement of text, quality control, and captioning audiovisual assets.
General Duties and Responsibilities
• Review, format, and correct video transcriptions and captioning.
• Set timing, placement, formatting, and context for captioning data.
• Other duties as assigned
Qualification Requirements
• Strong writing, editing, grammar, and research skills – prior proofreading or professional writing experience helpful.
• Ability to work on numerous projects simultaneously.
• Familiarity with video terminology and technology.
• Proficiency with Spanish is a plus.
Please send resume, cover letter and contact information to david.rice@tv.cuny.edu

Teacher – Bedford Stuyvesant Early Childhood Development Center

Under the supervision of the Education Director, the Teacher shall be responsible for working within the framework of BSECDC and carrying out its functions, educational philosophy, policies and procedures as follows but not limited to:

Responsibilities
• Provide comprehensive services for children in a center-based setting
• Develop and implement activities and lessons based on the curriculum and to meet the individual and group needs of children in the classroom
• Administer assessments and maintain proper documentation
• Maintain stable/supportive relationships with the children and their families
• Assist with transition planning
• Manage classroom materials and provide educational support, guidance, and training to Assistant Teachers
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Qualifications
• NYS Certification in Early Childhood Education required
• Master’s degree preferred
• Two to three years of experience working with preschoolers in a classroom setting

Employee Handbook
• Actively implements age appropriate The Creative Curriculum.
• Respects the confidential nature of all information about parents, children and staff.
• Supports and participates in an active outdoor time.
• Plans with Assistant Teacher and keep him/her informed regarding meetings, events and training.
• Brings to the attention of the Education Director any difficulties concerning the supervision of the children.
• Responsible for supervision of the children.
• Supports and actively participates in an active work time.

Record keeping
• Records personal attendance using timesheet (failure to accurately report hours could result in incorrect pay).
• Record and report children’s daily attendance and notify the Site Director
• Adheres to Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) procedures, New York State Office of Children and Family Services (NYSOCFS), and National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) regulations regarding record keeping and reporting.

Accidents
• Ensures that all incidents/accidents are recorded on the appropriate forms and signed by parent upon pick-up of their child. These forms become part of the child’s file after the parent’s signature is obtained.

Materials/Equipment
• Responsible for planning and arranging classroom equipment and furniture in order to promote optimal program functioning and which represents the High Scope curriculum
• Encourages maximum constructive use of material and equipment.
• Keeps equipment accessible and in good condition.
• Removes damaged or hazardous equipment and reports it to the Site Director.

Parent Relations
• Fosters positive parent relationships through respecting the confidential nature of all information about parents and children.
• Provides a forum for ongoing communication – daily notes, phone calls, etc.
• Uses “Contact Notes” for staff and parent concerns.
• Attends and participates in parent/teacher meetings.

Trainings/Meetings
• Attends required staff meetings, trainings and workshops
• Attends weekly planning meetings with the Education Director or Program Director.

Paid Internships – LGBTQ Religious Archives Network

The LGBTQ Religious Archives Network (LGBTQ-RAN) is offering a thirteen-week (May 23 – August 19, 2021), part-time (10 hours a week), online internship for senior students or graduates seeking to develop skills in teaching with primary sources in LGBTQ religious history. The intern will design a lesson plan for high school history classes that incorporates primary sources to tell the story of LGBTQ movements within all religious traditions. The intern will be responsible to find and use resources from and beyond the LGBTQ-RAN website. The lesson plan will reflect current teaching goals and standards. Interns participate in LGBTQ-RAN staff meetings via videoconference every 2-3 weeks. Interns will provide their own office and equipment needed to carry out their work. Each intern will receive a stipend of $1,500.

The LGBTQ Religious Archives Network ((http://www.lgbtqreligiousarchives.org/)  is an innovative venture in preserving history and encouraging scholarly study of LGBTQ religious movements around the world. LGBTQ-RAN has a two-fold basic purpose. First it assists LGBTQ religious leaders and groups in determining how best to preserve their records and papers in appropriate repositories. Secondly, LGBTQ-RAN provides an electronic information clearinghouse for these archival collections and other historical data—such as biographical profiles, oral histories and digital exhibitions—about LGBTQ religious history for the use of historians, researchers and other interested persons.

To apply for an internship, please send cover letter and resume indicating which intern position is of interest and detailing relevant education and experience preferably by April 22, 2022 to: Mark Bowman at mark@lgbtqreligiousarchives.org

Braven Site Director – Lehman College

In America, we’ve promised that hard work and ambition will be met with equality of opportunity. The reality is that we have a quiet crisis on our hands. Despite 1.2 million low-income or first-generation students enrolling in college each year, only one in four will attain a strong first job or enroll in graduate school upon graduating.

The Braven Accelerator empowers promising young people on their path to college graduation, meaningful careers, and lives of impact. Alongside educational institutions, Braven provides a scalable model to discover, develop, and connect extraordinary, diverse, and driven young people to high-quality skill-building opportunities and networks. From the Accelerator will come a generation of leaders as diverse as our future demands.

To date, 69% of Braven’s Fellows have landed a strong job within 12 months of graduation, as compared with an average of 54% for all students nationally. Braven currently operates in Newark, NJ, Chicago, IL and in San Jose, CA. We aim to become the nation’s leading accelerator of diverse talent, putting emerging leaders on the pathway to college completion and economic mobility. Our work is highly data driven around the outcomes of college graduation, workforce readiness skills-based proficiency, and employment in a high impact role within six months of graduation.

We believe Braven is a solution and we are on a mission to scale it, equalizing access to the American Dream. We are launching Braven in New York City, at CUNY Lehman College, and are looking for people passionate about ensuring all young people can put their education to work.

The Role:

The Site Director is the inspiring leader who sets a powerful vision for programmatic success at Lehman College and is responsible for ensuring that students who participate as Braven Fellows secure a strong first job or enroll in graduate school within 6 months of graduation. You will lead a team of 2 full-time employees and part-time interns, recruit and select our volunteers, and build and maintain the positive presence of Braven at Lehman College and in the greater NYC community.

Responsibilities:

Reporting directly to the New York City Executive Director, the Site Director will work extensively with Lehman faculty and staff, students, program alumni, volunteers, employer partners,and local organizations to ensure the effective growth of Braven at Lehman College. Specifically, you will:

Lehman Vision, Strategy, and Culture – 20%

Set a powerful vision for the Lehman College site and inspire the commitment of stakeholders towards the shared vision. Build a strategic plan to support the vision. Cultivate a strong and enduring culture that is based on and aligns with Braven and Lehman’s mission and values. This includes:

1) Set goals and key performance indicators for Lehman College aligned with Braven’s local and national priorities

2) Manage and develop a high-performing team of 2 full-time employees and part-time interns to meet outcomes

3) Build a collaborative team culture of individuals committed to achieving excellence, meeting site goals, and living out Braven core values

Programmatic Leadership – 50%

Lead the implementation of Braven’s programming at Lehman College, including the pre-course, course, and post-course experience, to meet programmatic goals. This includes:

1) Lead a team to:

Successfully recruit 150 students into the Braven Accelerator course for the Spring 2020 semester and scale significantly in each subsequent semester

Execute and attend the weekly evening Braven Accelerator course (2 days/week for 15 weeks of a semester), special events and occasional weekend events, ensuring program quality

Execute effective training, support, communication, and coaching for volunteers

Collaborate productively and regularly with CUNY Lehman College professors in running the course

2) Spearhead the recruitment, selection, and on-boarding of volunteers to ensure a high-quality, diverse, and impactful corps of volunteers. Per semester a minimum of 20 Leadership Coaches, 4 Coaching Partners (working professional volunteers who coach and support Leadership Coaches), 75 Mock Interviewers, and 30 Professional Mentors are needed.

3) Assess data continuously and ensure students are on track to graduate and secure strong jobs. Partner with Braven’s Product team to develop supports and interventions to achieve student jobs outcomes

4) Participate in the Program Management Team to drive program model strategy and decisions, recommending changes as needed o Braven’s program model to achieve transformational and sustainable impact

Partnership Development and Stakeholder Management – (30%)

Develop and steward strong and formalized partnerships with CUNY Lehman College leadership and faculty, employers, and community-based organizations that result in additional resources for our students and improvements to our program model. This includes:

1) Cultivate and manage relationships with key Lehman College stakeholders that fosters collaboration and results in a healthy partnership

2) Manage local employer partners to power the Braven Accelerator course experience by providing volunteers, sponsoring events, and hiring talent

3) Cultivate strong relationships within the local ecosystem of nonprofits and companies; collaborate to deepen and scale our impact

Experiences, Skills, and Traits:

The ideal person will be extremely driven, customer-service and results oriented, entrepreneurial and highly resourceful, and excited to dive into an early stage organization poised to change the educational landscape. At Braven we look for people who do what it takes and operate with humility and hunger.

Significant leadership experience (minimum of 7-10 years) with a verifiable track record of achieving excellence and successful outcomes;

Experience in an early-stage environment launching an initiative, program, or team;

Successful in managing and developing people and teams; creates and fosters a strong sense of culture;

Exceptional communication and relationship-building skills; ability to facilitate strong partnerships across a range of stakeholders;

High degree of flexibility and adaptability, excels in a fast paced, team oriented environment and is comfortable with ambiguity;

Proven ability to create, operationalize, and manage project plans, meeting milestones and deadlines

Data-driven manager: mastery of using data and metrics to drive decisions and measure performance;

Strong alignment with, passion for, and commitment to the mission and values of Braven;

Bachelor’s degree required

Total Rewards Philosophy:

Braven is committed to attracting and retaining extraordinary, diverse leaders who believe deeply in our mission and uphold our core values as organizational leaders and stewards within and outside of the organization. Braven provides a “total rewards package” that encompasses benefits, compensation, recognition, and career development. Braven covers 85% of health care costs, has unlimited vacation time, matches up to 5% of your 401K contribution starting your first full month, a paid sabbatical after 4 years on staff, and offers a competitive base salary based on the midpoint of the market among not-for-profit organizations of similar size. We believe in compensating staff members fairly in relation to each other, their qualifications, and their impact on behalf of the organization and take internal equity seriously. Braven reserves the right to change benefits at any time.

The salary for this position is competitive and depends on prior work experience. You will have an opportunity to discuss salary in more detail after you begin the application process.

Braven is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected factor. We encourage talented individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

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Marketing Assistant/Non-Teaching Adjunct

Job Description:PVN #: N023
Closing Date: Open until filled
Department: Professional Education and Workplace Learning
Program: Academy for Community Behavioral Health
Location: Hybrid (on-campus and remote work required)

The CUNY School of Professional Studies:

As New York’s leader in online education since 2006, the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) offers the most online bachelor’s and master’s degree options at the City University of New York, and serves as the University’s only undergraduate all-transfer college. With 24 degrees and numerous other non-degree and grant-funded workplace learning programs, CUNY SPS meets the needs of adults who wish to finish a bachelor’s degree, progress from an associate’s degree, earn a master’s degree or certificate in a specialized field, and advance in the workplace or change careers. Consistently ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report for its quality online offerings, and noted for its soaring growth and enrollment, CUNY SPS has emerged as a nationwide leader in online education. The School’s renowned and affordable online programs—which offer in-state tuition to all students regardless of where they live—ensure that busy working adults may fulfill their educational goals on their own time and schedule.

Within CUNY SPS, the Office of Professional Education and Workplace Learning (PEWL) designs custom workplace learning programs to help organizations achieve their goals. To our partnerships, we bring knowledge of research-based learning practices as well as experience in developing innovative programs.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Manager, the Marketing Assistant will assist the CUNY SPS Office of Marketing and Communications with activities to help promote the Academy for Community Behavioral Health, a program offered in partnership with the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity and the Mayor’s Office for Community Mental Health, including:

• Writing copy to be used in email, social media and other advertising efforts
• Creating and posting social media content to market Academy offerings, in coordination with Academy staff and the CUNY SPS social media team
• Research NYC community-based organizations and other non-profit social service providers or networks not currently on Academy outreach lists that could benefit from Academy programming.
• Tracking outreach efforts and maintaining current mailing list
• Monitoring responses to outreach (e.g. mailing list sign-ups; course registrations, applications, or enrollments) and providing the Academy team with status updates
• Updating the Academy’s website, as needed
• Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree required

Preferred Qualifications:

• A minimum of two years of experience in marketing, communications, advertising, or related field
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills
• Demonstrated organizational skills and proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Strong computer skills required; specifically, proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and the ability to work on both PC and Mac platforms required
• Experiencing developing clear and effective marketing content, such as social media content, outreach emails, event fliers, and website content
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, demanding and complex work environment
• Experience in Swoogo a plus
• Working knowledge of graphic design and video editing programs a plus

Salary Range: $46.49 – $52.56 per hour (hourly rate, which is based on the CUNY’s non-teaching adjunct salary scale, is commensurate with experience and qualifications).

Hours: Part-time (approximately 15 hours per week)

Please send resume, cover letter and contact information of three (3) professional references to:

Marketing Assistant/Non-Teaching Adjunct Search
Marissa Armanios, Marketing and Digital Communications Manager
Email: marissa.armanios@cuny.edu

CUNY SPS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/IRCA/Americans with Disabilities Act Employer:

https://sps.cuny.edu/about/policies

The CUNY School of Professional Studies complies with the Clery Act and copies of its annual report on security policies and statistics are available in its Security Office.

All prospective candidates must be able to be certified as eligible to work under the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act.

The CUNY School of Professional Studies verifies education and experience statements.

College Assistant for the Ph.D. Program in History

The College Assistant for the Ph.D. Program in History will provide administrative support to the Assistant Program Officer (APO) and the Executive Officer (EO) of the Program. Under the APO’s supervision, the College Assistant’s duties will consist of, but not be limited to, the following:
• Assist in the improvement of alumni outreach and relations:
• Assist in the improvement of existing format of Program’s GC website
• Processing documents for reimbursement/payment, tracking budget and acting as liaison with Business Office to coordinate all purchasing and payments
• Performing standard office work including filing, answering phones and ordering supplies
• Handling AV, catering, and facilities requests, other special event help
• Scanning documents and posting messages to the GC History sites
• Maintain address information for all students and faculty members within the History program
• Other duties and special projects as assigned by the APO, EO or DEO.

Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications:
• High School diploma
• Good communication and interpersonal skills

Preferred Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s and/or Master’s Degree
• Accounting, finance or bookkeeping related experience and/or education
• One year of office/administrative experience
• Excellent computer skills, including a high degree of proficiency in Excel, Outlook, Adobe Pro.
• Ability to work independently and carry out a variety of tasks with above average problem-solving capabilities

Salary: $16.93 per hour
Hours: 20 per week

Please send cover letter, resume, and the names and email addresses of 3 professional references to history@gc.cuny.edu
• Selected applicant must pay fingerprint and filing fees (full-time CUNY students are excluded from fingerprint fee)
• All prospective candidates must be able to be certified as eligible to work under the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act.
• The Graduate School and University Center verifies education and experience statements.