Staff Positions

CAMPUS PEACE OFFICER

 

Applicant will need to perform security related functions at a community college, including responsibility for maintaining order, for the security of College property, and for the safety of students, visitors and staff. The work is performed under the general supervision of the Assistant Director of Public Safety, with considerable latitude allowed for the exercise of independent judgment in carrying out assignments.

SHIFT:   24 hours needing coverage - from 7pm on Saturday night to 7am on Sunday morning -7pm on Sunday night to 7am Monday morning.

TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:

  • Maintains order on campus at all times;
  • Performs security work, fire prevention and law enforcement Patrols building, grounds and parking areas on foot or in a patrol vehicle to maintain order, protect persons and property, control traffic, provide first aid and to prevent trespassing, theft or damage;
  • Investigates complaints as required;
  • Secures and checks all doors, windows and entrances to buildings as required;
  • Assures that all doors and entrances are unlocked for daily activities and classes as required;
  • Directs and controls traffic on campus roads, grounds and parking areas as required;
  • Investigates motor vehicle accidents that occur on campus or campus property as required.
  • Issues parking violations;
  • Assists motorists, e.g. lock-outs, dead batteries and other vehicular problems;
  • Gives directions and provides information to students and visitors;
  • Contacts snow removal contractor/grounds crew when necessary;
  • Accompanies individuals making bank deposits as required;
  • Provides reports and maintains an appropriate system of records and reports;
  • Does related work as required.

 

FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGES, SKILL, ABILITES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:

Good knowledge of the practices and procedures required to ensure maintenance of order and security of buildings, grounds and equipment; good knowledge of safety precautions necessary to eliminate existing and potential security, safety and fire hazards; working knowledge of the Penal Law, Criminal Procedure Law and Vehicle and Traffic Laws of the State of New York; working knowledge of law enforcement statues pertaining to a variety of offenses and working knowledge of investigative techniques; ability to communicate effectively with others; ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written directions; ability to prepare clear, concise reports; good judgment; tact; courtesy; resourcefulness; dependability; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT:

Eligibility for an appropriate level driver’s license issued by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles at the time of application; possession of the license at time of appointment.

To apply: email a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of 3 professional references to: apply@sunyacc.edu.

Application accepted to fill current vacancy and build list of qualified substitutes.

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

 

Program Assistant, TRIO Upward Bound (multiple positions available)

 

This full-time, temporary appointment from 06/30/15 through 8/7/15 is part of a federally funded grant program designed to assist eligible 9th-12th grade students to develop the skills and motivation necessary to graduate from high school, enter and succeed in higher education.  Upward Bound serves: high school students from income-eligible families and from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor degree. 

 

The Program Assistant will be responsible to:

 

  • Provide tutoring and supplemental instruction to program participants
  • Act as a Teacher’s Assistant in selected classes
  • Appropriately work with student participants to encourage participation, enhance college preparation and maintain program academic and behavioral standards
  • Teach elective courses or workshops
  • Attend summer orientation on the ACC campus (2-3 hour commitment) (evening May)
  • Attend Program Assistant Orientation (TBD in June)
  • Attend 3 day/overnight stay for student orientation (June 30th through July 2nd)
  • Attend all field trips (some overnight travel required)
  • Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of summer courses (2-3 hour commitment) (August 6th)
  • Attend staff debrief meeting and program closing activities (full day commitment)(August 8th)
  • Attend daily staff meetings during the summer program

 

Qualifications: Enrolled undergraduate or graduate student who has met high academic standards.  3.0 cumulative college GPA with 45+credits earned is preferred.  Certification, Associate degree or Bachelor degree preferred.  The ability to teach elective courses or facilitate workshops.  Demonstrated knowledge, ability, and sensitivity to work with, teach, and counsel students who have been traditionally underrepresented.

Compensation: $2500 for summer appointment

 

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Residential Program Assistant, TRIO Upward Bound (multiple positions available)

 

This full-time, temporary appointment from 06/30/15 through 8/7/15 is part of a federally funded grant program designed to assist eligible 9th-12th grade students to develop the skills and motivation necessary to graduate from high school, enter and succeed in higher education.  Upward Bound serves: high school students from income-eligible families and from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor degree. 

 

The Residential Program Assistant will be responsible to:

 

  • Ensure the well-being of roughly 20 students in grades 10 – 12, with regards to health, safety, morale, discipline, interpersonal relationships within the group, and application to studies. The Residential Program Assistants are expected to live in college housing and provide supervision of students during the week. The week begins at 7:00 p.m. Sunday evening and typically ends by 4:00 p.m. Friday afternoon.
  • Provide elective and recreational activities, field trips, study hall, and residence life programming.
  • Provide tutoring and supplemental instruction to program participants
  • Act as a Teacher’s Assistant in selected classes
  • Appropriately work with student participants to encourage participation, enhance college preparation and maintain program academic and behavioral standards
  • Attend summer orientation on the ACC campus (2-3 hour commitment) (evening May)
  • Attend Program Assistant Orientation (TBD in June)
  • Attend 3 day/overnight stay for student orientation (June 30th through July 2nd)
  • Attend all field trips (some overnight travel required)
  • Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of summer courses (2-3 hour commitment) (August 6th)
  • Attend staff debrief meeting and program closing activities (full day commitment)(August 8th)
  • Attend daily staff meetings during the summer program

 

Qualifications: Enrolled undergraduate or graduate student who has met high academic standards.  3.0 cumulative college GPA with 45+credits earned is preferred.  Certification, Associate degree or Bachelor degree preferred.  The ability to teach elective courses or facilitate workshops.  Demonstrated knowledge, ability, and sensitivity to work with, teach, and counsel students who have been traditionally underrepresented.

 

Compensation: $2100  + free on campus housing for the length of the program +free meals, Monday breakfast through Friday lunch + opportunity to attend cultural and recreational activities at no cost

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Summer 2015 Elective Curriculum Instructor - TRIO Upward Bound

 

This is a summer appointment and is part of the federally funded Upward Bound program. 

Teach 1 or more course sections to high school students in an elective area.  Instruction is designed to be college preparatory education for 9th through 12th grade students from first generation and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.  Courses should introduce students to coursework they will see in the upcoming academic year and improve college and career readiness.  Instructor must develop a pre- and post-test assessment for each class section to chart student progress towards stated learning outcomes.  Each section is 1 hour and 10 minutes in length meeting twice per week from 7/6/15 to 8/7/15 (no classes held 7/3/2015); classes meet between the hours of 8am and 3pm.  Develop 11-day curriculum including a course syllabus for each course.  Submit daily attendance and effort reports. Direct Program Assistants.  Work collaboratively with other summer instructors to promote interdisciplinary activities and to effectively meet students’ learning needs.

 

Additional responsibilities include:

  • 2-3 planning sessions (April, May & TBA)
  • Attend summer program family orientation on Queensbury campus (2-3 hour commitment) (May evening)
  • Attend student orientation on Queensbury campus (3 hour commitment) (June 30th)
  • Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 6th)
  • Attend end of summer meeting (2-3 hour commitment) (August 7th)
  • Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher in subject area.  Certification or Master’s degree preferred.

Compensation: $860 per course section

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Summer Core Curriculum Instructor – English Composition & Literature, TRIO Upward Bound

 

This is a summer appointment and is part of the federally funded Upward Bound program. 

Teach THREE (3) sections to high school students in English Composition and Literature; courses will be grade-specific with 9th through 12th graders.  Courses should introduce students to coursework they will see in the upcoming academic year, remediate any skill gaps as well as improve students’ college readiness.  Courses can include but are not limited to topics of: college application essays, college entrance standardized test preparation, multidisciplinary nature of ELA, and teaching literature in a condensed summer environment.  Instructor must develop a pre- and post-test assessment for each class section to chart student progress towards stated learning outcomes.  Instruction is designed to be college preparatory for students from first generation and economically disadvantaged backgrounds, and should cover applicable NYS Regents’ curriculum.  Each section is 1 hour and 10 minutes in length meeting twice per week from 7/6/15 to 8/7/15 (no classes held 7/3/2015); classes meet between the hours of 8am and 3pm.  Develop an 11-day curriculum including a course syllabus for each course.  Submit daily attendance and effort reports. Supervise Program Assistants.  Work collaboratively with other summer instructors to promote interdisciplinary activities and to effectively meet students’ learning needs.

 

Additional responsibilities include:

  • 2-3 planning sessions (April, May & TBA)
  • Attend summer program family orientation on Queensbury campus (2-3 hour commitment) (May evening)
  • Attend student orientation on Queensbury campus (3 hour commitment) (June 30th)
  • Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 6th)
  • Attend end of summer meeting (2-3 hour commitment) (August 7th)
  • Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher in subject area.  Certification or Master’s degree preferred.  Candidates with additional strengths in the areas of fine or visual arts are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Compensation: $2600 for summer appointment for 3 class sections (dependent on selected Course Proposals and course enrollment)

 

To apply, please submit a minimum of THREE (3) course syllabi; a resume and the names, telephone numbers, email and addresses of three professional references to: apply@sunyacc.edu

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Summer Core Curriculum Instructor – Foreign Language, TRIO Upward Bound

 

This is a summer appointment and is part of the federally funded Upward Bound program. 

Teach up to THREE (3) sections to high school students.  Courses should be preview courses – introducing students to coursework they will see in the upcoming academic year.  Instructor must develop a pre- and post-test assessment for each class section to chart student progress towards stated learning outcomes.  Instruction is designed to be college preparatory education for 9th through 12th grade students from first generation and economically disadvantaged backgrounds, and should cover applicable NYS Regents’ curriculum.  Each section is 1 hour and 10 minutes in length meeting twice per week from 7/6/15 to 8/7/15 (no classes held 7/3/2015); classes meet between the hours of 8am and 3pm.  Develop 11-day curriculum which includes a course syllabus for each course. Submit daily attendance and effort reports. Supervise Program Assistants.  Work collaboratively with other summer instructors to promote interdisciplinary activities and to effectively meet students’ learning needs.

 

Additional responsibilities include:

  • 2-3 planning sessions (April, May & TBA)
  • Attend summer program family orientation on Queensbury campus (2-3 hour commitment) (May evening)
  • Attend student orientation on Queensbury campus (3 hour commitment) (June 30th)
  • Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 6th)
  • Attend end of summer meeting (2-3 hour commitment) (August 7th)
  • Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher in subject area.  Certification or Master’s degree preferred.

 

Compensation: $2600 for summer appointment for 3 class sections (dependent on selected Course Proposals and course enrollment)

 

To apply, please submit a minimum of THREE (3) Course syllabi; a resume and the names, telephone numbers, email and addresses of three professional references to: apply@sunyacc.edu

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Summer Core Curriculum Instructor – Laboratory Science, TRIO Upward Bound

 

This is a summer appointment and is part of the federally funded Upward Bound program. 

Teach THREE (3) sections to high school students; courses will be grade-specific with 9th through 12th graders.  Preferred course descriptions may include but are not limited to topics of: Earth Science, Biology/Living Environment, Chemistry, and Physics.  Courses should introduce students to coursework they will see in the upcoming academic year, remediate skill gaps and increase college readiness.  Instructor must develop a pre- and post-test assessment for each class section to chart student progress towards stated learning outcomes.  Instruction is designed to be college preparatory education for 9th through 12th grade students from first generation and economically disadvantaged backgrounds, and should cover applicable NYS Regents’ curriculum.  Each section is 1 hour and 10 minutes in length meeting twice per week from 7/6/15 to 8/7/15 (no classes held 7/3/2015); classes meet between the hours of 8am and 3pm.  Develop 11-day curriculum including a course syllabus for each course.  Submit daily attendance and effort reports. Supervise Program Assistants.  Work collaboratively with other summer instructors to promote interdisciplinary activities and to effectively meet students’ learning needs.

 

Additional responsibilities include:

  • 2-3 planning sessions (April, May & TBA)
  • Attend summer program family orientation on Queensbury campus (2-3 hour commitment) (May evening)
  • Attend student orientation on Queensbury campus (3 hour commitment) (June 30th)
  • Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 6th)
  • Attend end of summer meeting (2-3 hour commitment) (August 7th)
  • Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher in subject area.  Certification or Master’s degree preferred.

 

Compensation: $2600 for summer appointment for 3 class sections (dependent on selected Course Proposals and course enrollment)

 

To apply, please submit a minimum of THREE (3) course syllabi, a resume and the names, telephone numbers, email and addresses of three professional references to: apply@sunyacc.edu

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Summer Core Curriculum Instructor – Mathematics, TRIO Upward Bound

 

This is a summer appointment and is part of the federally funded Upward Bound program. 

Teach THREE (3) sections to high school students; courses will be grade-specific with 9th through 12th graders.  Preferred courses topics include: NYS Regents’ test preparation, understanding concepts essential for mastery of NYS Regents’ courses in Integrated Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2/Trigonometry, and college entrance standardized test preparation.  Courses should introduce students to coursework they will see in the upcoming academic year and increase college readiness.  Instructor must develop a pre- and post-test assessment for each class section to chart student progress towards stated learning outcomes.  Instruction is designed to be college preparatory education for 9th through 12th grade students from first generation and economically disadvantaged backgrounds, and should cover applicable NYS Regents’ curriculum.  Each section is 1 hour and 10 minutes in length meeting twice per week from 7/6/15 to 8/7/15 (no classes held 7/3/2015); classes meet between the hours of 8am and 3pm.  Develop 11-day curriculum including a course syllabus for each course.  Submit daily attendance and effort reports. Supervise Program Assistants.  Work collaboratively with other summer instructors to promote interdisciplinary activities and to effectively meet students’ learning needs.

 

Additional responsibilities include:

  • 2-3 planning sessions (April, May & TBA)
  • Attend summer program family orientation on Queensbury campus (2-3 hour commitment) (May evening)
  • Attend student orientation on Queensbury campus (3 hour commitment) (June 30th)
  • Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 6th)
  • Attend end of summer meeting (2-3 hour commitment) (August 7th)
  • Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher in subject area.  Certification or Master’s degree preferred.

 

Compensation: $2600 for summer appointment for 3 class sections (dependent on selected Course Proposals and course enrollment)

 

To apply, please submit THREE (3) course syllabi, a resume and the names, telephone numbers, email and addresses of three professional references to:apply@sunyacc.edu

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

SUNY Adirondack

640 Bay Road

Queensbury, NY  12804

apply@sunyacc.edu

Applications will be reviewed until positions are filled.

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

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

Position is dependent on continued grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education

 

 

 

Office Specialist – TEMP

 

SUNY Adirondack is accepting applications for the position of Office Specialist in our Financial Aid Office. This position is a temporary appointment for an anticipated period of three months or less. This appointment will be made in compliance with Civil Service Law and Rules.​

 

Distinguishing Features of the Class:

This position involves operational coordination of major functions within a department or division.  Responsibilities would include initiating, coordinating, and reviewing departmental operations/processes as well as directing the work performed by the support staff.  The position involves the frequent exercise of independent judgment in coordinating and directing operational functions and also independently performs the more responsible and complex functions. Does related work as required.

 

Typical Work Activities (illustrative only):

Supervises departmental employees;

Keeps complex records of the activities of the department;

Coordinates and implements new procedures;

Interfaces and coordinates with other departments or divisions;

Resolves or refers customer service problems;

Orients and trains new employees;

Supervises and expedites the preparation of reports, correspondence and documentation;

Operates a personal computer.

 

Full Performance Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Personal Characteristics:

Thorough knowledge of office practices and procedures; good knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures; good typing and data entry skills; ability to plan and direct the work of others; ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma and either:

a.       An associates degree in business, secretarial science, or a related field and one year clerical experience; or

b.      Three years of clerical experience; or

c.       Any equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (a) and (b) above.

 

Salary: $16.74 hourly

 

More information about these and all of our vacancies can be found at www.sunyacc.edu/employment

For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu 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 application will begin March 31, 2015 and continue until position is filled.

 

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