Stella and Charles Guttman Community College is the City University of New York’s newest community college in 40 years. As an organization that is experiencing incredible growth, it’s an exciting time to join us. Working at Guttman Community College requires flexibility and a broad range of skills and competencies from candidates in every position.
Located in midtown Manhattan, Guttman was established with the goal of significantly improving student learning, retention and graduation by rethinking community college education and practice. We’re committed to using a range of innovative approaches to achieve these goals and improve student persistence and completion.
Start your Guttman career search by visiting our Jobs Page. You will be able to scroll and view through all open positions available at Guttman. The Jobs Page, allows you to refine your search by position title or by using keywords. To learn more about a position, click on the job title.
Applications are accepted for posted vacancies only.
Follow the instructions listed within the individual vacancy posting which will describe the specific materials required. To ensure full consideration, all materials should be submitted by the date indicated within the individual vacancy posting. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
How to Apply
Once you have found a position, for which you are interested in, click on “Apply Now” at the top of the job posting to submit an application.
If you already have a user account, you will be asked to log into your account and submit your application.
If this is your first time applying for a CUNY job, you will need to create a CUNYfirst user account. When you click to apply to a position, you can create an account by clicking on the Register Now link. Instructions for navigating our jobs system and completing an application are provided in CUNYfirst Job System Instructions.
Remember, you will also be asked to upload a resume and cover letter for each position to which you apply!
Once you have an account, you can check the status of the application, edit your profile, and apply for new jobs.
Applicants interested in adjunct (part-time) teaching positions that are not otherwise listed on our Jobs page should contact the appropriate program coordinator or the Office of Academic Affairs directly.
Note that the faculty interview process generally includes a required teaching demonstration.
In addition to the required paperwork, anyone applying to a Full-Time Faculty, Higher Education Associate, Higher Education Officer, Executive Compensation Plan or Classified Managerial position is required to submit an Equity Statement.
Policies and Guidelines
In applying for a position, the following CUNY policies and regulations apply.
All hiring decisions are subject to reviews and approvals and availability of funding. Searches may be cancelled or put on hold without prior notice.
The City University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and complies with all relevant Federal, State, and City regulations. In addition, we strictly follow the principles of CUNY’s Anti-Discrimination Policy.
Sexual harassment, gender harassment and sexual violence, forms of sex or gender discrimination, are also prohibited at CUNY. This policy is set forth fully in CUNY’s Policy on Sexual Misconduct.
CUNY complies with the provisions of the Immigration and Reform Control Act (IRCA). Applicants selected for employment must provide proof of identity and the right to employment in the United States no later than the first day of employment.
According to New York State law, anyone who will not be age 65 or older during the calendar year of employment who receives a public service pension from New York State or a political subdivision including New York City who is paid more than $30,000 per year at a public employer (such as CUNY) must either suspend pension payments or acquire a waiver to continue to receive pension payments. Waivers are subject to an approval process and are extremely rare. If this situation applies to you, you must indicate this at the time of application.
The City University of New York complies with the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Any applicant who requires an accommodation for a disability in order to apply for a position or proceed with the job search process should contact the Office of Human Resources directly. You can learn more about this on our Reasonable Accommodations
Employment is subject to verification of degrees, licenses and certifications, and previous employment. Additional verifications and background checks may be performed, depending on the position, in accordance with CUNY policy. Under the New York City Fair Chance Act, employers may seek criminal background information from candidates who have received conditional offers of employment.
In accordance with New York Civil Service Law, applicants found to have intentionally made false statements of any material facts will be disqualified; if already appointed, such appointment is subject to being revoked.
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Review the available job postings
Click the “Apply for Job” button on the top right-hand corner
Guttman is committed to providing a campus that is physically and technologically accessible to all students, faculty, staff and visitors. In compliance with The City University of New York (CUNY) policy on accessibility, we are dedicated to providing reasonable accommodations and academic adjustments to allow qualified individuals the opportunity to participate in programs, activities and employment.
If you require an accommodation for a disability in order to apply for a position or proceed with the job search process, please contact the Office of Human Resources at 646-313-8060 or HR@guttman.cuny.edu. All requests for reasonable accommodations are thoroughly reviewed on a case-by-case basis in accordance with applicable federal, state and New York City laws.
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