IRLE Jobs and Internships

  • The University of California, Los Angeles’s (UCLA) Labor Studies program seeks applicants for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level. This appointment is part of a larger hiring initiative supported by the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE) and Division of Social Sciences, to be carried out over the next 2-3 years in the interdisciplinary area of Labor Studies. Learn more here.
  • UCLA IRLE seeks applicants for a part-time, non-tenure track lecturer position during the 2022-23 academic year for the following potential course: Spring 2023: April 1-June 30th Labor Studies 10: Introduction to Labor Studies. Apply here.
  • UCLA’s Labor Center is offering a Events and Operations Specialist position who will be responsible for providing finance and operations support, event coordination/logistics, clerical and technical support, and assistance for the Labor Center Director, Project Directors, Program Representatives, and more. Apply here.
  • UCLA’s Labor Studies Interdepartmental Program welcomes all interested and qualified UCLA graduate students to apply for our Teaching Apprenticeships. To be considered for a TA position, please find our TA post and application instructions on TA Marketplace.
  • UCLA’s Dream Resource Center seeks a communications work-study. Duties include creating web and social media content, providing technical assistance for webinars, and designing print and web materials for the Dream Resource Centers’ projects. Apply here.
  • The UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education (Labor Center) seeks a new Director to lead its internationally recognized program of policy research, education, and public service. The Labor Center bridges campus and community in line with UCLA’s strategic commitment to engagement with the people of Los Angeles. As a unit of the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, the Labor Center also supports UCLA’s growing Labor Studies degree program in collaboration with faculty and academic staff. Apply here.

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Non-IRLE Job Openings

The jobs under the tab “Labor Jobs in our Community and Beyond” are relevant for recent graduates of the Labor Studies major or minor as well as others interested in promoting social justice and organizing for better workplaces.  Please note that these positions are not offered by IRLE or the Labor Center, and all questions and application submissions should be sent directly to the organization(s) with the job opening.

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Non-IRLE Jobs & Internships

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