Employment Opportunities

Adjunct Positions Available

We are looking for adjunct faculty in various disciplines at both the undergraduate and graduate level at our Long Island and Online campuses. Click here to learn more about the opportunities available.


Thank you for your interest in St. Joseph's University. Below you can search a complete listing of all teaching and non-teaching positions currently available at the Long Island and Brooklyn campuses.

Simply search by department and/or location, then click Learn More to view the complete notice for the position listed. Be sure to follow directions on each posting regarding to whom and how to send your application.


Dance Coach
September 25, 2023

Brooklyn Campus
Athletics

St. Joseph's University, New York, is seeking a Dance Coach to lead and inspire our Dance Team in Brooklyn, New York. As a Dance Coach, you will play a pivotal role in the growth of our student dancers. Learn More...


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