SUNY Sullivan seeks applicants for part-time faculty to teach college credit courses in the Sullivan Correctional Facility located in Fallsburg, NY. Inmates pursue a liberal arts degree which includes several electives, so the potential exists to offer a variety of courses. Applicants will be required to follow the process of being cleared to teach inside the facility, by NY State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS).
- The ideal candidate will have two or more years teaching experience, preferably at the Community College level.
- A Master’s Degree is required.
- Must communicate effectively with students, staff, faculty, and administrators.
- Candidates must be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching.
- Possess a strong commitment to student success.
- Demonstrate continual professional development.
- Exceptional organizational and communication skills.
- Faculty are required to follow/teach the SUNY Sullivan curriculum for all classes taught at the facility.
- Faculty must submit all course outlines for approval by the Associate Dean for Assessment and Instruction.
- Faculty must keep accurate records of grades and attendance on Brightspace and submit required grades and attendance reports on time.
Faculty is expected to assume responsibility for participating in SUNY Sullivan Shared Governance, activities and to work constructively within them to further the mission, vision, and strategic directions of the College.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled; the review of resumes will be on-going. Salary is determined by a candidate’s rank at SUNY Sullivan, based on experience, education, and contact hours. The full salary range is $655 per contact hour to $740 per contact hours.
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