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Two Positions at the Murphy Institute/CUNY

Full job descriptions – including qualifications, compensation, and how to apply – can be downloaded from the job board at the UALE website <http://uale.org/forum/13-job-listings/33-two-jobs-at-the-murphy-institute-cuny#33>

(1) Academic Counselor for Labor Studies

The Academic Counselor for Labor Studies will report to the Labor Studies Program Manager and counsel students throughout their academic experience, from inquiry to graduation, while providing general administrative support to the Masters in Labor Studies Program. The Counselor will help recruit new students, advise them on their course selections and degree progress, monitor the registration process, and serve as a liaison between the school’s bursar, registrar and financial aid office. Candidates for the position must have a Bachelor’s degree; the ideal candidate will have at least two years of related experience, which may include working with labor or community organizations, and experience in student services, particularly working with working adult students. The contract title for the position is aHEO, with a salary range of $38,407 - $58,893. To apply visit the employment page at <www.CUNY.edu> (job search category Managerial/Professional).
Make sure to upload a cover letter and resume (as one document) with the contact information of 3 professional references by the closing date of October 8.

(2) Academic Program Manager for Urban Studies

The Academic Program Manager for Urban Studies will manage all administrative aspects of the Institute's Urban Studies Programs. S/he will work in collaboration with the faculty, overseeing these programs to ensure administrative adherence to academic policies and procedures, including recruitment, admissions, and registration. S/he manages curriculum development and operations of the program while managing a staff of program coordinators, outreach counselors and clerical assistants. Candidates for the position must have a Bachelor’s degree and six years of relevant experience; the ideal candidate will have an advanced degree, experience in higher education administration, and knowledge of the academic fields of Urban Studies, Community Studies, or Public Administration. The contract title for the position is HEA, with a salary range of $55,602 - $74,133. To apply visit the employment page at <www.CUNY.edu> (job search category Managerial/Professional).
Make sure to upload a cover letter and resume (as one document) with the contact information of 3 professional references by the closing date of October 8.