• Building on SUNY's Legacy

The Search for SUNY's Future Leaders

It's an exciting time to join SUNY under the leadership of the newly appointed Chancellor John B. King, Jr., who looks to find innovative and motivated individuals to join the SUNY team.

The State University of New York, the largest comprehensive system of higher education in the United States, is currently accepting resumes for openings from executive to support staff. Across SUNY's 64 community, statutory, and comprehensive colleges, research universities, academic medical centers, teaching hospitals, and SUNY System Administration is a wealth of opportunities for career professionals and newly graduated jobseekers in a wide array of fields.

We are excited to invite qualified candidates from the SUNY community, across New York State, and all over the globe to join us in creating the next generation of leadership, ingenuity, and growth in higher education and beyond.

Don't see a position that speaks to your background? Send us your resume anyway—we may see an opportunity that could surprise you! We will also keep your information on file so that if a position opens up that would be a perfect fit, you’ll already be on our list.

We will continue to update and provide information regarding our search activities for positions we currently have open at suny.edu/careers/employment.

We hope to connect with you soon!

Candidates who are interested in joining the SUNY team should send a resume/CV with the desired position(s) included in the subject line to SUNYsearches@suny.edu.

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Undergraduate teaching, research and advanced graduate and professional studies are top priorities for the University Centers and Doctoral Degree Granting Institutions. All campuses are research institutions and offer bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees through a broad range of academic programs. Undergraduate research and honors programs provide students with opportunities to interact one-on-one with renowned national and international faculty.
University Colleges are leaders in undergraduate instruction and provide bachelor's and master's degrees in liberal arts and sciences and professional disciplines. These campuses are mostly situated in small cities and towns. Student success is the primary focus as evidenced by faculty and staff interactions through honors programs, independent study opportunities, research and study abroad.
Cutting-edge, hands-on training for in-demand careers is the focus of Technology Colleges. Over 300 academic programs are available through certificate programs, associate, bachelor's and master's degrees in technical, as well as traditional, disciplines. Excellent campus support services, investments in the latest equipment, and state-of-the-art facilities complement the classroom instruction. Internships and on-the-job training provide students with hands-on experience that is sought after by employers.
As leaders in higher education - in New York State and throughout the nation - community colleges respond to the educational needs of all people and their local, state and global communities. SUNY's 30 Community Colleges provide access to higher education by offering certificate programs and associate degrees, as well as transfer and career services. Many of the community colleges also offer on-campus living. Students benefit from smaller classes, flexible course scheduling and affordable career exploration.