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
- 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.
Campus Dining Services offers full and part time positions as cashiers, food prep and deli counter servers in the Campus Center Main Cafe and the Cyber Café located in the Library. Additional hours are available working special events catering.
Contact Jodi Merendino, Director of Dining Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 in violation of the policy.
Contact Ann Lambert at email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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….
Liberty Academic Coach
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Academic Coach (AC) provides direct one to one and/or group academic and social support to all LPP students during regular, extended day, and/or afterschool programming in the NYC School system. In addition, the AC will manage and maintain student records, contact logs, under the direct supervision of the LPP Liaison (on-site) and the Youth & Coach Coordinator, the AC will be responsible for the delivery of specific academic support interventions (i.e. tutoring, goal planning, goal setting, etc.). In addition, the AC will also assist in the supervision of students during external program activities (i.e. trips, conferences, workshops, etc.). The position pays minimum wage ($15.50) and is 15 hours per week.
Reports to: Youth/Coach Coordinator, LPP Liaison (school-site)
- Tutor, counsel, mentor, and advocate for Liberty Partnerships Program students
- Responsible for weekly contact for an average of 25 students or more
- Issue and collect student applications and trip permission forms
- Submit bi-weekly contact forms, report cards, personal learning plans, and other necessary documentation
- Conduct weekly workshops with students on various topics
- Assist with Out of School Time programming
- Attend trips and activities with participants (occasional evenings and weekends)
- Attend a minimum of 10 hours of tutor training sessions at the College of Staten Island during club hours, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Attend bi-weekly intern meetings/staff development
- Applicants must be an Undergraduate or Graduate Student with a minimum GPA of 2.75; 3.0 or higher preferred.
- Education and sociology majors preferred, ALL Majors are encouraged to apply
- Strong interest in working with youth in grades 6-12
- Flexible schedule (especially in the morning) to work an average of 15 hours per week in a designated school (8:30am-1:30pm) and Summer Dreamers Academy (10:00am-4:45pm) if selected, respectively.
- Must be a reliable, responsible, punctual, organized, and goal-oriented self-starter willing to engage with our student population
- Good communication and organizational skills are a must
- Applies some independent judgment in providing learning services to clients, students, a relevant target community.
Requirements to Work:
- After receiving the offer must have their fingerprints submitted to the NYC Department of Education at your own personal cost as part of the background clearance for the position. Please note: If you already completed fingerprinting for the NYC DOE, please submit a verification document from the NYC DOE)
- All employees that work directly with students in NYC DOE schools are required to be vaccinated. Students and staff are masked.
To apply, please go to rfcuny.org. and click on About RF, then Careers
Please see the Library's employment page for available positions.
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
For a current listing of our available jobs, please visit our website.