Administrative Positions

This is a temporary, grant-funded appointment from 07/05/16 through 08/05/16 and is supported by SUNY’s Expanded Investment and Performance Fund.  SUNY Adirondack’s Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) will offer a 4-week intensive Pre-Freshman Summer Institute designed to assist financially and academically eligible incoming freshman with intensive writing and mathematics instruction, enhanced orientation, a residential program, and academic support services.  
 
The Residential Tutor-Mentor will be responsible to:
 
· Provide tutoring and supplemental instruction to program participants in Writing and/or Mathematics.
· Lead Study Groups, workshops and study hall activities in Writing and/or Mathematics.
· Provide elective and recreational activities, field trips, and residence life programming.
· 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 field trips (some overnight travel required)
· Attend staff debrief meeting and program closing activities 
· Attend daily staff meetings during the Pre-Freshman Summer Institute
 
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 in higher education.
 
Compensation: $12.50 per hour + opportunity to attend cultural and recreational activities at no cost.  Full-time and part-time opportunities are available, please note your availability in your application materials.
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and the names, numbers and email addresses of 3 professional references. Applications will be reviewed until positions are filled. 
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
This is a full-time, temporary, grant-funded appointment from 07/05/16 through 08/05/16 and is supported by SUNY’s Expanded Investment and Performance Fund.  SUNY Adirondack’s Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) will offer a 4-week intensive Pre-Freshman Summer Institute designed to assist financially and academically eligible incoming freshman with intensive writing and mathematics instruction, enhanced orientation, a residential program, and academic support services.  
 
The Residential Tutor-Mentor will be responsible to:
 
· Ensure the well-being of roughly 40 incoming freshmen, with regards to health, safety, morale, discipline, interpersonal relationships within the group, and academic progress. The Residential Tutor-Mentors are expected to live in college housing and provide supervision of students during specified hours throughout the week. 
· Provide elective and recreational activities, field trips, study hall, and residence life programming.
· Provide tutoring and supplemental instruction to program participants in Writing and/or Mathematics.
· 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 all field trips (some overnight travel required)
· Attend staff debrief meeting and program closing activities 
· Attend daily staff meetings during the Pre-Freshman Summer Institute
 
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: $2150 + 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.
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and the names, numbers and email addresses of 3 professional references. Applications will be reviewed until positions are filled.
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 
Department:   Academic Affairs
 
Reports To:   Director of Healthcare Initiatives
 
FUNCTION:   Provide classroom and clinical-based training for non-credit training programs - Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), Home Health Aide (HHA) and Personal Care Aide (PCA), as part of the HPOG 2.0 grant  
 
CLASSIFICATION: FT, 12 month grant funded position – 5-year grant, renewed yearly, based on meeting grant outcomes and availability of funds
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Review standards, develop lesson plans, coordinate theory and clinical experiences, and teach the curriculum in accordance with NYSED and NHDOH guidelines and standards for Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), Home Health Aide (HHA) and Personal Care Aide (PCA) training programs 
2. In conjunction with other program staff, develop schedules for clinical rotations at various facilities and supervise students during clinical/practical training rotations; supervise and train clinical support staff as needed
3. Provide a stimulating and supportive environment that encourages student participation, active learning, interpersonal skills development, and concepts of good patient care
4. Evaluate and document students’ progress through testing, observation, and assessment of skills attained using standardized and required assessment tools
5. Maintain accurate records on all students, including items mandated by NYSED, such as attendance records, schedules, and course requirements regarding hours of instruction and content; adhere to confidentiality requirements
6. Communicate effectively and regularly with students, HPOG/UPHP team members – including staff at clinical facilities, SUNY Adirondack staff, and prospective employers
7. Participate in regular meetings and communication with other members of the UPHP team and program partners in order to collaborate, align instruction, monitor students’ progress and identify issues that require attention
8. Evaluate and revise the curriculum to meet state and federal requirements, address the needs of students, and ensure program quality
9. Promote the mission of the UPHP in a positive manner with all staff, participants, partners, and the community at-large
10. Adhere to all rules and regulations of the NY State Department of Health with regards to immunizations and seasonal vaccination, as well as maintaining compliance with HIPAA regulations
11. Demonstrate consistent sensitivity and respect for the challenges and circumstances faced by under-resourced students
12. Other duties as assigned
 
REQUIREMENTS:
Associate’s degree in Nursing, with five years of direct patient care experience; Bachelor’s in Nursing preferred.  The successful candidate must have excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.  Experience with smart classroom equipment and MS Office software is needed.  This position may also require working evenings and weekends to meet grant outcomes.  In addition, the following qualifications are required:
 
1. Current NYS Professional Registered Nurse License in good standing 
2. Two years RN experience caring for the elderly and/or chronically ill 
3. Minimum one year experience in the provision of home health care services
4. Documentation of at least one of the following: 
a. Certification to teach Nurse Aide or Practical Nursing
b. Licensed as a trade school teacher of nurse aides
c. Three years’ experience teaching nursing or nursing-related programs to adults in an academic setting approved by the Commissioner of Education
d. Three years’ experience teaching nurse aides in a residential health care facility
e. Completion of a professionally-recognized course in teaching adult learners
5. Possession of a valid New York State driver’s license and/or be able to provide own transportation in conduct of work assignments 
 
Salary range: 45 - 48 K
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and the names, numbers and email addresses of 3 professional references. Initial review of applications will begin on 04/29/2016 and continue until the position is filled. 
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
 

 

Residential Program Assistant, TRIO Upward Bound (multiple positions available)
 
This full-time, temporary appointment from 06/29/16 through 8/5/16 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 30 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 in May)
· Attend Program Assistant Orientation (TBD in June)
· Attend 3 day/overnight stay for student orientation (June 29th through July 1st)
· Attend all field trips (some overnight travel required)
· Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of summer courses (2-3 hour commitment) (August 4th)
· Attend staff debrief meeting and program closing activities (full day commitment)(August 5th)
· 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.
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of three professional references. Applications accepted until position of filled. 
 
Position is dependent on continued grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education 
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
 
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 7/5/16 to 8/4/16 (no classes held 7/4/2016); 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 29th)
· Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 4th)
· Attend end of summer meeting (2-3 hour commitment) (August 5th)
· 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)
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a minimum of THREE (3) course syllabi; cover letter, resume, and the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of three professional references. Applications accepted until position of filled. 
 
Position is dependent on continued grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
 
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 7/5/16 to 8/4/16 (no classes held 7/4/2016); 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 29th)
· Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 4th)
· Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program
· Attend end of summer meeting (2 hour commitment) (August 5th) 
 
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)
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a minimum of THREE (3) course syllabi; cover letter, resume, and the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of three professional references. Applications accepted until position of filled. 
 
Position is dependent on continued grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
 
 
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 7/5/16 to 8/4/16 (no classes held 7/4/2016); 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 29h)
· Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 4h)
· Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program
· Attend final debrief session (2 hour commitment) (August 5th) 
 
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)
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a minimum of THREE (3) course syllabi; cover letter, resume, and the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of three professional references. Applications accepted until position of filled. 
 
Position is dependent on continued grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
 
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 7/5/16 to 8/4/16 (no classes held 7/4/2016); 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 29TH)
· Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 4th)
· Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program
· Attend a final summer debrief meeting (2 hour commitment) (August 5th) 
 
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)
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a minimum of three (3) course syllabi, cover letter, resume, and the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of three professional references. Applications accepted until position of filled.
 
Position is dependent on continued grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
 
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 7/5/16 to 8/4/16 (no classes held 7/4/2016); 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 29th)
· Attend closing ceremony presenting a final product of each course (2-3 hour commitment) (August 4th)
· Attend weekly staff meetings during the summer program
· Attend end of summer meeting (2-3 hour commitment) (August 5th)
 
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher in subject area.  Certification or Master’s degree preferred.
 
Compensation: $860 per course section
 
For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a course syllabus, cover letter, resume, and the names, telephone numbers and email addresses of three professional references. Applications accepted until position of filled.
 
Position is dependent on continued grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education
 
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
 
DEPARTMENT: Information Technology Services
 
FUNCTION:
Reporting to the Director of Enterprise Applications, the Programmer Analyst plays a role in designing, analyzing, coding, documenting, and implementing applications that support and enhance Banner.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
· Provides programming and operational support to campus administrative and academic departments that is required by and/or associated with their use of Banner, including training as required. 
 
· Develops and maintains custom programmed applications to support campus information processing needs associated with the use of Banner, locally defined special projects and information service needs, and SUNY data reporting and data exchange mandates.
 
· Interacts with and assists remotely located technical staff who perform outsourced portions of Banner support, including problem determination and resolution and software or hardware maintenance and upgrades.
 
· Works collegially with other members of the Information Technology group to deliver efficient and effective information services that support SUNY Adirondack’s educational and community service missions.
 
· Other duties as assigned by the Director of Enterprise Applications.
 
REQUIREMENTS: 
 
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree required, strong technical sense, investigative mentality and good communication skills.  
 
SPECIFIC SKILLS/ABILITIES:
Must have experience with Linux O/S, programming OOP languages, a relational database (Oracle preferred) and SQL. 
 
PREFERRED: 
Three years or more professional experience; Business Process Analysis skills; Experience with Ellucian Banner; PL/SQL and Java programming.
 
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 applications will begin immediately and continue to be reviewed until position is filled.
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
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