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African and African American Studies Lecturer African & African-American Studies Brockport
The Department of African and African American Studies seeks a Lecturer to teach subjects such as:.Introduction to African and African-American Studies, Institutional Racism, The Black Family, Contemporary Black Women, The Black Americas, Jamaican Seminar, or Prejudice, Personality, and Culture.
Healthcare Lecturer REOC Academic Affairs Rochester
The Rochester Educational Opportunity Center (REOC) currently seeks a Healthcare Lecturer to join its faculty.
Secretary 1 - EHD Undergraduate and Graduate Programs Education & Human Development Brockport
Department of Education and Human Development - Undergraduate and Graduate Programs Secretary 1, SG-11 Full-Time, Contingent/Permanent Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Secretary 1 - Professional Education Unit Professional Education Unit Brockport
Professional Education Unit Secretary 1, SG-11 Full-time, Contingent/Permanent Monday-Friday, 8am to 4pm Line #:00251
Grounds Worker Facilities Grounds Brockport
Grounds Worker in Facilities, SG-06 Full-Time Days and Hours: M-F 6:00 am - 2:30 pm Line #: 445
Adjunct - Theatre and Music Studies Theatre and Music Studies Brockport
The Department of Theatre & Music Studies is establishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-time, temporary teaching positions in the area of acting and theatre improvisation.
Nurse Practitioner Student Health Center Brockport
The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing quality primary care in the Student Health Center to a diverse population to ensure student success. The Student Health Center is part of an integrated, Health, Counseling and Prevention and Outreach Center. Full-time, day, M-F position with rare evening or weekend hours for special events. Filling a retirement position.
Admissions Assistant (Buffalo) Admissions Undergraduate Brockport
Admissions Assistants are responsible for initiatives including but not limited to: territory management, high school recruitment, interfacing with Elucian Banner ERP, and prospective students engagement.
Admissions Assistant (Mid-Hudson) Admissions Undergraduate Brockport
Admissions Assistants are responsible for initiatives including but not limited to: territory management, high school recruitment, interfacing with Elucian Banner ERP, and prospective student engagement.
Healthcare Administration Adjunct Healthcare Studies Brockport
Dept. of Healthcare Studies' current Healthcare Administration program concentration is transitioning to a new undergraduate Healthcare Administration degree program, beginning Fall, 2018. Adjunct faculty member is needed to teach specialized course(s) in the Healthcare Administration curriculum, and work with other Healthcare Administration faculty
Director of SummerLEAP Education & Human Development Brockport
The School of Education, Health and Human Services at the College at Brockport seeks applicants for the position of Director of SummerLEAP at the College at Brockport and lecturer in the department of Education and Human Development. The person in this position will be responsible for all aspects of SummerLEAP administration, including personnel, oversight of curriculum development, program evaluation, finance, coordination with campus facilities and services, recruitment, family and community engagement, reporting, and working with community members. This position will teach two courses in the department of Education and Human Development each fall and spring semester, and participate in departmental meetings. This is a 12-month position.
Computer Information Systems Adjunct Computing Sciences Brockport
The Department of Computing Sciences is seeking Adjuncts to teach courses related to the MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) and Introductory Web Development (HTML,CSS)
Technology Coordinator Graduate Studies Brockport
The Technology Coordinator is responsible for developing a thorough knowledge of graduate policies, procedures, and program requirements for graduate degrees, advanced certifications, and teacher certifications offered through the College's Center for Graduate Studies. They utilize the College's computer systems to provide critical daily technology support to the Center for Graduate Studies by assisting & advising individual users in identifying and solving technical problems. Additionally, they back up routine office operations when other members of the staff are not available.
Adjunct - Public Administration Public Administration Rochester
The Department of Public Administration is seeking adjunct instructors to teach various courses within the Department.
Nutrition Lecturer Public Health and Health Education Brockport
Teach undergraduate public health courses with a focus on nutrition. Engage in departmental, school, and college service activities.
Certification Officer Professional Education Unit Brockport
The Certification Officer will provide college-wide leadership in all matters related to Professional Education Programs and New York State certification procedures.
Coordinator of Residential Education & Community Standards Residential Life Brockport
The Coordinator of Residential Education & Community Standards will assist in the day to day planning and implementation of the Residential Curriculum, including Living Learning Communities (LLCs).
Assistant Coach Athletics Brockport
The Athletics Department at The College at Brockport invites applications for the part-time position of Assistant Coach. The College of Brockport is an NCAA Division III program and a member of the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC). The Assistant Coach will assist the Head Coach in all aspects of the NCAA Division III Program. This includes but is not limited to; coaching in practice sessions and competitions, player evaluations, development of game plans, recruiting and Athletic Department fundraising.
Registration and Records Staff Assistant Registration and Records Brockport
The Staff Assistant – Registration and Records may be responsible for the following duties: • Assist with the review of student records for the purpose of graduation and compliance for federal and state financial aid programs; for students who are identified with problems, send correspondence to these individuals notifying them of the issues and possible remedies to the concerns; work with Marketing Communication Office to provide information for the commencement program. • Assist in review and update of departmental and College policies, develop a working knowledge of policies and the ability to articulate these policies to the various constituencies that request service from the office. • Oversee departmental email inquiries and respond clearly and concisely. • Oversee enrollment/degree verification process with the National Student Clearinghouse and other third parties, resolve discrepancies and ensure that subsequent reporting to the National Student Loan Data System is correct. • Assist with Banner Catalog revisions and oversee the call for the Special Sessions Schedule of Classes ensuring that compressed course contact hours conform to generally accepted standards, work with academic departments to ensure that courses are updated appropriately for each term and ready when registration is turned on. • Collaborate with the Degree Works Generalist and or HESC specialist to develop, test and maintain the functionality for the Student Educational Planner and Student Outcome Tracking modules in Degree Works. • Work with other college offices to ensure that annual college publications are up to date based on current policies and procedures • Coordinate front end operations to include customer service issues, registration counter staffing, transcripts requests and processing, records management, procurement of equipment and supplies and digital archiving of student paper records
Coordinator of Service and Community Building Community Development Brockport
The office of Community Development seeks to prepare civic minded leaders who possess the knowledge, skills and values to engage fully in their communities. This position supports that mission by connecting students, faculty and staff to the larger community through service. Supports the Director of Community Development in planning large-scale initiatives and campus-wide events while also promoting ongoing opportunities to engage with community partners. The position assists with the college’s strategic goal of becoming a college engaged with its community by fostering relationships and maintaining detailed information and records regarding the college’s involvement with area partners.

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