Graduate and Teaching Assistantship Vacancies

Many of the academic Graduate and Teaching Assistantships are advertised internally within the departments. We recommend that you first contact the appropriate school, college or department to view any vacancies. If you would like to advertise any open Graduate or Teaching Assistantships, please contact Tara Curley at tcurley@albany.edu.

Current enrolled students can also visit the job portal handshake hosted on the career services webpage to view additional funding opportunities: https://www.albany.edu/career/Handshake.shtml

To hold a Teaching or Graduate Assistantship, a student must be enrolled full-time in a matriculated program. For information about eligibility, please visit the following Graduate Assistantship, Fellowship & Tuition Scholarship Guidelines for Students:                      

Graduate and Teaching Assistant Fringe Benefit Information

The Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research is currently recruiting graduate students in the Departments of Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology, School of Social Welfare, and School of Public Health for one Senior Health Promotion Graduate Assistant position at 20 hours per week.

The incumbent will assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive health promotion and prevention efforts led by the Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research. The position will also assist the Health Promotion Specialist in the supervision of Project SHAPE: Sexual Health and Peer Education, a peer education group addressing sexual health issues and concerns among University at Albany students. The position will also include teaching and administrative responsibilities associated with Project SHAPE.

This graduate assistantship position carries tuition coverage (9 credits for the fall semester and 9 credits for the spring semester) in addition to a competitive stipend and a full health insurance/benefits package. Preference will be given to students with advanced standing within their graduate programs.

Please send a letter of application and curriculum vitae electronically
(Via Microsoft Word or PDF file attachments) to:

Dr. Sarah E. Nolan
Director of Training, Counseling and Psychological Services
Email: senolan@albany.edu

Application deadline is April 1st at 11:59PM.

For further information about our program, visit our web site at:
https://www.albany.edu/behavioralhealth/ 
University at Albany Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research
Health and Counseling Services
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York 12222
Telephone: 518-442-5800
The Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research welcomes applications from candidates representing the rich diversity of our campus community.
Title: Project Coordinator, University at Albany Suicide Prevention Initiative
Department: Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research   
Job Reports To: M. Dolores Cimini, Ph.D., Director, Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research

JOB SUMMARY
The Project Coordinator will oversee the daily operation of project activities and related service delivery, including the coordination of the University at Albany’s screening and brief intervention service and online gatekeeper training program. This individual will be expected to contribute to the development of cohesive unit functioning among the professionals and trainees of Counseling and Psychological Services and the Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research, and establish and maintain positive working relationships within the Divisions of Student Affairs and Academic Affairs, with other University divisions, departments and units, and with local, state, and national organizations. Approximate time required for this position is 20 hours per week.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. 50% of time: Development of gatekeeper training program
2. 40% of time: Development of screening and brief intervention protocol to address anxiety
3. 10% of time: Completion of grant-related data collection and reporting tasks

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
A Master’s degree or equivalent in the human services field, including, but not limited to, the fields of psychology, counseling, education, and social work.  One year of supervised experience in a clinical treatment or university setting offering services for assessment, treatment, and prevention of suicide and related mental health and substance misuse/abuse issues.

Please send a letter of application and curriculum vitae electronically
(Via Microsoft Word or PDF file attachments) to:

Dr. M. Dolores Cimini
Director for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research
Director, Middle Earth Peer Assistance Program
Email: dcimini@albany.edu
 
Application deadline is April 1st at 11:59PM.

For further information about our program, visit our web site at:
https://www.albany.edu/behavioralhealth/ 
University at Albany Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research
Health and Counseling Services
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York 12222
Telephone: 518-442-5800
The Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research welcomes applications from candidates representing the rich diversity of our campus community.
Please note that this position is funded by a grant through the Research Foundation and not supported by GSEU.



The Middle Earth Peer Assistance Program of the Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research is currently recruiting graduate students in the Departments of Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology and School of Social Welfare for one Senior Graduate Assistant position at 20 hours per week.

The incumbent will assist in the daily operation of the Middle Earth program, which includes supervision and backup of the Middle Earth hotline service staffed by University at Albany undergraduate students enrolled in a series of academic credit-bearing courses. The position will also include teaching and administrative responsibilities and provision of administrative support to the Middle Earth Peer Wellness Ambassador and Peer Wellness Coaching services.

This graduate assistantship position carries tuition coverage (9 credits for the fall semester and 9 credits for the spring semester) in addition to a competitive stipend and a full health insurance/benefits package. Preference will be given to students with advanced standing within their graduate programs.

Please send a letter of application and curriculum vitae electronically
(Via Microsoft Word or PDF file attachments) to:

Dr. Sarah E. Nolan
Director of Training, Counseling and Psychological Services
Email: senolan@albany.edu
 
Application deadline is April 1st at 11:59PM.

For further information about our program, visit our web site at:
https://www.albany.edu/behavioralhealth
University at Albany Center for Behavioral Health Promotion and Applied Research
Health and Counseling Services
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York 12222
Telephone: 518-442-5800
The Middle Earth program welcomes applications from candidates representing the rich diversity of our campus community.