Suffolk County Community College (SCCC) is an outstanding multi-campus community college with an excellent reputation for high quality instruction, programs and services. The College is the largest community college in New York State and educates over 26,000 credit students and 10,000 non-credit and workforce training students on its three campuses – Ammerman (Selden, NY), Eastern (Riverhead, NY), and Michael J. Grant (Brentwood, NY), as well as the Sayville Center and the Riverhead Culinary Arts and Hospitality Center. There are 493 full-time faculty and 1,458 adjunct faculty teaching 71 degree programs and 30 certificate programs. Suffolk County is the largest suburban county in the State of New York, with a population of over 1.5 million people. The attractive county includes rural and suburban communities. For more information visit the College web site at
Announcement is hereby made for a full-time tenure track appointment for the Fall 2013 Semester on the Ammerman Campus. Suffolk County Community College is an open admissions institution committed to serving a diverse student population in a variety of degree and career programs.
The department of Criminal Justice at the Ammerman Campus seeks applicants for a full time position to teach Criminal Justice. The successful candidate will be expected to teach a wide range of criminal justice courses that must include Criminal Justice, Policing, Substantive Law, Procedural Law, and Corrections. In addition, they must demonstrate involvement in the profession. The College seeks faculty who value the opportunity to form mentoring relationships with our students. The successful applicant will also demonstrate an ongoing commitment to excellence in teaching and to professional development. The successful candidate will demonstrate an openness to pedagogical innovation, including, but not limited to the integration of technology and distance education into the curriculum.
Duties will include:
· Instruction of assigned courses in accordance with the description published in the College catalog and the approved course outline.
· Active participation in departmental, campus and college committees/meetings, academic advisement and curriculum development.
· Coordinating student activities and attending various College functions.
· Demonstration of scholarly work in discipline.
. Adheres to college policies and procedures.
InsideHigherEd.com - 22 months ago
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