Faculty Positions

Library Specialist

This is a paraprofessional position to act primarily as the evening and weekend circulation desk supervisor in a community college library.

Skills required: 

  • Ability to communicate with a diverse population of students, faculty, staff, and general public who use the library. 
  • Knowledge of library procedures and practices, or ability to learn quickly.
  • Ability to work independently and with confidence in challenging situations. 
  • Ability to adhere to strict standards of confidentiality when accessing personal information in patron database.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends.
  • Ability to adapt to and learn new office, computer and educational technology.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, creating brochures and graphical reports.

Duties to include:

  • checking library materials in and out via the library management system
  • managing library reserve materials
  • overseeing use of group study rooms
  • answering library phone and responding to questions or transferring as needed
  • book pre-order searching
  • copy cataloging of library materials
  • preparing statistical reports as requested
  • weeding library materials from databases
  • supporting the librarians staffing the reference area
  • other varied duties as time allows.

Hours are Sunday 1-10 pm, Monday- Thursday 5-9 pm during the fall and spring semesters when the college is in sessions.

Salary: $16.00/hour

For consideration, email apply@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please submit a cover letter, resumé and the names, numbers and email addresses of three professional references. Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications are accepted until position is filled.

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

Mathematics and Computer Science Adjunct(s)


FUNCTION:  Instruction

RESPONSIBILITIES: Adjuncts are assigned a maximum of 9 credit hours and are responsible for all aspects of courses assigned. Class days vary and times range from 8:00am to 2:15 p.m. starts. Adjunct instructors may be needed for the following courses:

MAT 090 Prealgebra (3 credit hours)
A problem-solving approach that develops the basic mathematical skills necessary to enter MAT 097. Topics include: review of arithmetic with whole numbers and decimals, arithmetic of fractions and signed numbers, as well as ratios, proportions, percents, exponents and square roots, geometry, graphing and an introduction to algebra. Grading for this course will be on a Pass/Fail basis

MAT 097 Introductory Algebra  (3 credit hours)
A study of the introductory concepts of Algebra including algebraic expressions, solving equations and inequalities in one variable, linear relationships, systems of equations, polynomials, and quadratic relationships. Graphic calculators will be used. Grading for this course will be on a Pass/Fail basis.

MAT108 Mathematical Functions (3 credit hours)
 continued study of Algebra that develops and extends mathematical power using algebraic, numeric, and graphical techniques. Topics include a study of function, functional families (polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, etc.), as well as rational expressions.                                                                             

MAT 127 Introduction to Statistics with Probability (4 credit hours)
This course includes recognizing the uses and abuses of every day statistics and the quality and reliability of data.  Topics include variability, sampling, and elementary design of experiments, elementary distributions, correlation and regression, elementary probability, Central Limit Theorem, elementary inference from samples and statistical significance. 

CIS 125 Office Productivity Software (3 credit hours)  
An introduction to office software in a Windows environment. Topics include: spreadsheet creation and modification including formulas, functions, graphing, and "what-if" scenarios; database creation and modification including tables, queries, forms, and reports; and enhanced text presentations including graphics, charts, outlining, slide sorting, and speaker notes. Taught in a lab setting. This course utilizes Microsoft Office software.                                                                       

REQUIREMENTS: The successful applicant will hold a minimum of a Master’s degree in Mathematics or a related subject area. Demonstrated commitment to a student-centered classroom environment which values learning, excellence, fairness, freedom of inquiry, integrity, and the integration of technology (TI-84+ graphing Calculator) is required. Applicants must also have experience incorporating various learning styles into their instruction. Excellent writing and interpersonal skills are required. 

SALARY:  $970 per credit hour


NOTE: Adjunct faculty members are hired as needed on a per term basis. As such, not everyone in the applicant pool for this position will be contacted and/or selected to teach as an adjunct for the position.

For consideration, email mustol@sunyacc.edu with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please include a cover letter, resume, and three professional references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

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


Assistant/Associate Professor of Information Technology (Tenure Track)

The instructional responsibilities for this full-time tenure track position in the MECS Division may involve teaching all levels of information technology comprehensive two-year program. The successful candidate should possess the ability to teach all levels of the information technology curricula offered within the Division. However, the primary teaching responsibilities of the position will focus on PC hardware and software troubleshooting, databases, server side scripting, information security and web development. The willingness to work cooperatively in a team setting in order to create and assess curricula is a necessity. Service on college-wide committees and student advisement as well as other duties may be required as defined by the faculty contract.

Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate a commitment to the community college philosophy; familiarity with the use of technology in the classroom; teaching strategies with a focus on student-centered learning; excellent interpersonal skills; and a willingness to work in a collegial setting within the division.

A master’s degree in a computing or related field is required. Teaching experience utilizing technology is highly desirable as is teaching experience in a community college environment.

Placement on salary scale reflects individual degrees/experience. The minimum salary is $43,695 (2016-17 faculty schedule) and is complemented by an excellent benefits package. Summer teaching and overload are additional.

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 three

professional references. Deadline for receipt of applications is May 30, 2017. 

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

Call for Continuing Education Instructors:

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 toconted@sunyacc.edu. If you have an idea for a course, we also invite you to submit a course proposal form. Forms are available at http://www.sunyacc.edu/academics/continuinged/newcoursedevelopment.

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer