Administrative Positions

POSITION TITLE:  Web Applications Developer


DEPARTMENT: Information Technology Services


FUNCTION: Web Applications Developer will work in collaboration with other programmers, ITS staff and support personnel across campus, to provide technical design, development and implementation of web and mobile applications.



  • Design, code and edit web pages, web applications and mobile apps, as well as web page content or support others producing content.
  • Administer the college’s web server(s), content management system and related systems.
  • Confer with management or development teams to problem solve, prioritize needs, resolve conflicts, develop content criteria, or choose solutions.
  • Maintain understanding of current web technologies (including federal accessibility guidelines Section 504 and 508) or programming practices through continuing education, reading, or participation in professional conferences, workshops, or groups.
  • Communicate with network personnel or web site hosting agencies to address hardware or software issues affecting web sites operations, security or other issues.
  • Perform web site tests according to planned schedules, or after any web site or product revisions.
  • Develop or implement procedures for ongoing web site revision.
  • Acts as liaison with college divisions/departments, providing training and technical support for the web presence.
  • Evaluates and recommends software, hardware and process improvement for use in the college’s web application infrastructure.
  • Assists, supports, and works with other IT staff in developing integrations and add-ons to the college’s enterprise systems.
  • Develops interfaces to external systems.
  • Other duties as assigned




Bachelor’s degree required plus three years of professional work experience, strong technical sense, investigative mentality and good communication skills. 


Must have experience with Linux O/S, a relational database (Oracle preferred) and HTML5. Preferred: Experience in the following: Drupal, PHP, Java/JSP development, jQuery, PL/SQL, Apache Web server & Tomcat administration, SSL, Git.  Some off/hour and weekend work will be required to respond to critical problems and modifications.


For consideration, email with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please include a cover letter, resume, and the names, emails and numbers of 3 professional references.


Review of applications begins June 15, 2015.


SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer






The Grant Writer has the primary responsibility to work with Departments and Divisions in pursuing grant funding consistent with fulfilling the college’s strategic goals and works under the direction of the President and works closely with the President's staff. The Grant Writer will research and be the primary writer on all grants done by the College and will 1) regularly research available funding opportunities from federal and state governments, private foundations and the corporate sector; 2) review those opportunities with senior administration, Division and Department heads; 3), write and submit grant proposals, using the assistance of designated people within Divisions/Departments and following adopted policies and procedures, 4) work with appropriate Division/Department heads and the college’s Budget Analyst to establish appropriate tracking mechanisms to ensure compliance with awarded grants.



  • Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s preferred
  • Minimum 3 years experience as the primary author of grants in a college or educational institution with proven track record of successful grant funding
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Budget and financial management skills
  • Proven experience with Grant seeking tools
  • Excellent, demonstrable oral and written communication skills
  • Proven ability to work with others on group activities
  • Proven ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines



  1. Research and be the primary author of all grants done by the College by
    1. Identifying and securing public and private funding sources in support of SUNY Adirondack’s mission and strategic plan.
    2. Monitoring various publications for source information
    3. Working with Vice Presidents, Deans, Division Chairs and Department heads in an ongoing basis to coordinate Divisions’ and Departments’ respective funding needs with those identified sources.
    4. Writing and submitting all grant proposals, using the assistance of designated people with Divisions/Departments and following adopted policies and procedures
  2. Inform internal College community about grant opportunities, awards, and activities via formal and informal communications
  3. Coordinate proposals and handle multiple projects within specified deadlines.
  4. Ensure that assigned projects are completed and submitted in accordance with funding agency directions and College policies and procedures.
  5. Prepare correspondence relating to proposal development, award, acceptance, and internal resource development documents and reports.
  6. Work with relevant Division/Department heads, the college’s Budget Analyst and the Compliance Officer to ensure that all parties are aware of grant requirements and that appropriate control/reporting structures are in place.
  7. Assist in communicating with state and federal agencies that may provide funds to the College.
  8. Monitor funding agencies and legislation for regulation changes.
  9. All other related duties as assigned.


For consideration, email with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please include a cover letter, resume, and the names and numbers of 3 professional references.

Review of applications begins on May 31, 2015.


SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer



 These positions provide no guarantee of hours.

Function: Assist the student success areas, primarily focusing on retention initiatives student advisement and success.



  • Assist with Accepted Student Days including the advisement and registration of new students
  • Provide academic and career planning for students
  • Assist with college-wide retention efforts, including, but not limited to call, email and letter campaigns
  • Effectively communicates registration and advisement information to faculty and students
  • Assist with new student matriculation, placement procedures
  • Create and present workshops related to advisement and career services.
  • Provide general advisement services in the Center.
  • Assist with the administering of placement testing.
  • Demonstrate evidence of effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate strong organizational skills and proficient use of technology.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.



Bachelor’s Degree in related area (Education, Student Services, Educational Technology, Counseling etc.) or 1-3 years relevant experience with advising, student services or in a higher education setting required.


To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and the names, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of three professional references to: (preferred)


Director of Human Resources

SUNY Adirondack

640 Bay Rd.

Queensbury, NY 12804

SUNY Adirondack invites applications for part-time, non-credit Continuing Education instructors to support a growing program.

Instructors with experience in all specialties are welcome. In particular, instructors with experience in the following disciplines are sought:

  • Project Management
  • Computer instructors experienced in MS Office Suite, QuickBooks, Prezi, Adobe Creative Suite, WordPress, Social Media, HTML, CSS, AutoCAD
  • ESL
  • Test Prep—GRE, ACT, SAT
  • Pre-employment and Aptitude Testing
  • Foreign Languages
  • Mechanical Systems
  • Team Building and Leadership
  • Control Systems technology and PLC industrial technology
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Programs for youth—Science & Technology, Robotics, Engineering
  • Health Sciences- Medical Billing & Coding
  • Cooking and Nutrition
  • Hobbies
  • History
  • Financial Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Arts & Crafts including fiber arts—knitting, sewing, crochet; photography; paper craft

Essential Functions:

  • Teaching classes to students from diverse cultural, ethnic, socioeconomic, and linguistic backgrounds.
  • Providing effective classroom instruction, using methods and materials applicable to the subject matter, including computer software and classroom instructional technology, where appropriate.
  • Maintaining accurate and timely student records as required.
  • Participating in a department-led orientation.
  • Creating curriculum and course materials, where appropriate.

Continuing Education instructors teach classes for adults and children in our Community Outreach, Workforce Development and Contract Training programs on a day, evening or weekend schedule, as determined by College, instructor and student needs. Payment is commensurate with the candidate’s background and experience. These positions are not benefits eligible.

Please note that the SUNY Adirondack non-credit instructor pool is open to applications on a continuous basis. Applications will remain on file and screening and/or interviews can be conducted at any point in time as the need arises. Once a screening has occurred, applicants will be notified of their status.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter with resume and list of three professional references to If you have an idea for a course, we also invite you to submit a course proposal form. Forms are available at

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