Articulate Specialist/Non-Teaching Adjunct

Position: Articulate Specialist/Non-Teaching Adjunct

Internal Posting

Support Staff

PVN #: N005

Closing Date: Open until filled

Department: CUNY School of Professional Studies


The CUNY School of Professional Studies:

The CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) provides online and on campus degree and certificate programs that meet the needs of adults who are looking to finish or transition into a bachelor’s degree, earn a master’s degree or certificate in a specialized field, advance in the workplace, or change careers.

Home to the first fully online degree programs at the City University of New York, CUNY SPS offers fully accredited degree and certificate programs for students who want the flexibility and convenience of online education. CUNY SPS was ranked in the top 5% in the Nation in U.S. News & World Report’s list of the 2020 Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs.

Drawing on CUNY's nationally and internationally renowned faculty and practitioners, as well as industry and education partners, the School's programs provide opportunities for personal growth, job mobility, greater civic participation, and new ways to advance knowledge.

The CUNY Assessment Council:

The CUNY Assessment Council fosters a culture of assessment and evidence-based decision making within CUNY and among its constituent colleges by identifying, developing and communicating best practices in assessment. Members of the Council are the appointed (or recognized) leaders of assessment from each college, and includes those whose work involves overseeing, managing, or actively participating in the institutional effectiveness, assessment, or accreditation activities on their campuses.

CUNY SPS, in partnership with the CUNY Assessment Council, is seeking an Articulate Specialist/Non-Teaching Adjunct to assist in the creation, in Storyline 360, of Assessment 101, an online, asynchronous course that will introduce the principles of assessment in higher education to CUNY faculty and staff.

Assessment 101 Course Overview

Assessment 101 is an online, asynchronous course that will introduce the principles of assessment in higher education and encourage active participation in the college assessment process. Specifically, the course aims to:

  • Demystify the assessment process
  • Provide simple, easy to understand tools for building and implementing an assessment plan
  • Provide examples of assessment success


Articulate Specialist/Non-Teaching Adjunct Duties and Responsibilities:

Reporting to the Assistant Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning, the Articulate Specialist will help to build the course content in Articulate Storyline 360.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree required


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Articulate expertise
  • Blackboard expertise, with Blackboard administrator experience a plus
  • Demonstrated experience collaborating productively with faculty and administrators
  • Ability to manage time and prioritize effectively

Salary Range:  $42.95-$54.64 per hour (hourly rate, which is based on the CUNY’s non-teaching adjunct salary scale, is commensurate with experience and qualifications).

Hours:  Although working remotely is an option, the Articulate Specialist must be available to meet with project managers in New York City, as needed. 

Please send Resume, Cover Letter, and contact information of three (3) professional references to:

“Instructional Designer Search”

c/o Abigail Morrison
Assistant Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning
CUNY School of Professional Studies


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