The College of Staten Island has developed this web page to assist students who are interested in working in on-campus positions. If you have interest in the areas listed below, please send an email to the contact address listed for that area.
- Auxiliary Services
- Center for the Arts
- College Assistant
- City University of New York Counseling Assistantship Program (CUNYCAP)
- Federal Work-Study Program
- Liberty Partnerships Program
- Office of Information Technology Services
- The Office of Academic Support
- The Sports & Recreation Center, Intercollegiate Athletic and Intramural programs
Off Campus Jobs
- Visit the Center for Career and Professional Development where we offer a comprehensive career planning and placement center that uses current technology and information to teach students the skills necessary to achieve their career goals, including p/t jobs, internships and more.
Dining Services offers positions as wait-staff in the Park Cafe Restaurant and as cashiers, food prep and servers in the Campus Center Cafeteria and the Food For Thought Cafe. Additional hours are available working concession or special events catering.
Contact Jodi Merendino, Director of Dining Services at email@example.com
Office of Parking & Dolphin Card Services employs students as office assistants and enforcement officers. Office assistants are responsible for processing parking decal applications, ticket payments and data entry. Enforcement officers, who have thorough knowledge of the Parking Enforcement Policy patrol the campus throughout the year and issue college summonses to vehicles parked on campus i violation of the policy.
Contact Ann Lambert at firstname.lastname@example.org
The CSI Bookstore provides employment opportunities for students at the beginning of each semester during the rush period. Positions as customer service assistants and cashiers are available.
Contact Nicole Kempster at Nicole.Kempster@csi.cuny.edu
The Center for the Arts hires student workers in several capacities:
- Students work as ushers for events, assisting with ticket collection, seating, and audience interaction.
- Students work as technical staff for events, running sound and light equipment, and assisting with on-stage technical needs. Prior experience or expertise is often required for these positions.
- Students work as box office assistants, selling tickets and providing information about events to the public.
Contact information: email@example.com
Part-time clerical positions compatible to your student schedule may be available. Your application will be reviewed for skill level and schedule to determine if a matching position is available. If a match is found, we will contact you. For more information
CUNYCAP students work approximately 20 hours per week in student service areas such as SEEK, New Student Programs, Student Life, Financial Aid, Academic Support, Center for Career and Professional Development, and The Wellness and Health Promotion Program.
To be eligible, you must have a bachelor’s degree with a record of academic achievement from any CUNY college; be enrolled as a matriculated student in a CUNY graduate program; and be available a minimum of 15 – 20 hours per week during the fall and spring semester,
primarily during daytime hours.
To learn more about these positions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Federal Work-Study (FWS) provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help meet their educational expenses. Jobs are available both on-campus and off-campus and the pay rate is generally higher than the federal minimum wage. Read more….
We are searching for academically qualified sophomores, juniors and seniors to work with at-risk students in 4 Staten Island Public Schools - Curtis HS, New Dorp HS, Susan Wagner HS and Intermediate School 49. Liberty Partnerships Program is a New York State funded initiative to promote retention and postsecondary education.
- Tutor, counsel, mentor and advocate for Liberty Partnerships Program students
- Responsible for weekly contact of an average of 25 students in Caseload
- Issue and collect student application forms
- Submit bi-weekly contact forms, monthly counseling summaries and bi-monthly progress reports
- Conduct weekly workshops with students
- Attend trips and activities with participants and program occasional evenings and weekends
- Attend a minimum of 10 TUTOR TRAINING SESSIONS at the College of Staten Island during Club Hours, Wednesdays and Thursdays
- Attend bi-weekly intern meetings/staff development on Fridays from 2:30 pm until 5:00 pm
Qualifications: Must be sophomore, junior or senior with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Prefer education and sociology majors but open to all majors. Flexible schedule but must average of 15 hours a week, in the designated school, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am and 3pm. Must be reliable and responsible. Good communication and organizational skills needed.
Paid Tutor Training Sessions, Intern Meetings/Staff Development, trips and activities. Position is part time with a minimum commitment of one full academic year, September through June.
Applications are available in building 2A, room 204.
Please submit application to: Liberty Partnerships Program/CSI, 2A-204
The library employs students to work in various departments to provide the following services:
- check in/out library materials using integrated library management system;
- shelving & retrieving circulating and reference books, periodicals and microform materials;
- assist patrons in locating materials in main stacks and special collections;
- deliver and set up media equipment to designated classrooms throughout the campus;
- data entry, preservation photocopying, and shelving of archival materials; and
- prepare materials for mailing or delivery.
If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com
Students working for the department may be asked to perform the following computer support:
- Assist students in computer laboratories with a wide range of software products.
- Provide various levels of technical support to professors teaching in computer laboratories.
- Oversee, at different levels, the computers in the laboratories.
- Provide various levels of technical support to staff, faculty, and the administration.
Students should meet the following job requirements:
- Minimum 2.75 GPA.
- Total credits should be between 12 credits and 90 credits completed.
- Students need not be computer science majors. However, basic computer skills are required.
- Students should be willing / able to assist others with various computer programs, including but not limited to MS Office, CUNYfirst, CUNY Portal, BlackBoard and student email.
Resumes should be sent to 2A-306.
The Office of Academic Support offers a variety of programs (including tutoring, study groups, and supplemental instruction) to enhance the academic preparation of CSI students. Tutors are hired each semester to assist students in their coursework, as well as to help them acquire the skills necessary for overall academic success. There are ten tutoring centers on campus. Tutors must have at least a 3.0 GPA, and will be required to attend an interview and several training sessions.
For more information about tutoring positions and other academic support job opportunities at the College, please send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org
At the College of Staten Island have employment opportunities in the following areas:
1. Building Supervision-Student Workers
Description: assist the building supervisor in maintaining the upkeep of the Sports & Recreation Center. Contact for available positions: Anthony Avena, email@example.com, ext. 3151 and John Tardy, firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 3170
2. Lifeguard Positions
Description: provides safety and supervision in the pool. Must have lifeguard training certificate and CPR. Contact for available positions: Michael Ackalitis, email@example.com, ext. 3245
3. Intercollegiate Athletics-Game Crew Student Assistants
Description: assist with game day operations such as but not limited to the set-up and break-down of the event, crowd control, statistics, scoreboard operators and runners.
Contact for available positions: David Pizzuto, firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 3169
4. Intramural Program Student-Assistants
Description: assist Intramural Coordinator with the set-up of various programs, running tournaments and occasionally officiating events.
Contact for available positions: Sal Caruso, email@example.com, ext. 3276