The City University of New York is now accepting applications to serve on the faculty of its new community college (NCC). These tenured or tenure-track appointments (with rank depending on experience and qualifications) will begin in fall 2011. The NCC will open in 2012 with 500 students in six majors including: Business Administration, Information Technology, Health Information Technology, Human Services, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Urban Studies. Ph.D. required.
City University of New York Seeks Ten New Faculty for the New Community College Scheduled to Open in 2012
The City University of New York seeks exceptional educators who are committed to preparing urban community college students for academic success to serve on the faculty of its new community college (NCC). The NCC is an innovative new college that incorporates a first-year core curriculum, learning communities, and experiential learning to dramatically enhance the educational experiences and attainment of its students. NCC faculty will have the exciting opportunity to use a range of effective curricular and pedagogical strategies to achieve this goal and are supported in the mission by highly collaborative, dedicated colleagues. These tenured or tenure-track appointments (with rank depending on experience and qualifications) will begin in fall 2011. Prior to the establishment of the college the faculty members will be appointed to an existing community college campus at the University.
The NCC will open in 2012 with 500 students in six majors including Business Administration, Information Technology, Health Information Technology, Human Services, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Urban Studies. The college is currently seeking ten new faculty with disciplinary and pedagogical expertise required for the successful development and operation of all programs including:
Open Discipline with Specialty in Assessment of Student Learning (coming soon)
Developmental Education, Writing
English as a Second Language
Open Discipline with Specialty in Experiential Education
English or the Humanities
Open Discipline with Specialty in Peer Mentoring
Open Discipline with Specialty in Professional Development (coming soon)
Science, Technology, and Engineering
The successful candidates will participate in developing and refining curricula, learning objectives, and assessments for the interdisciplinary first-year curriculum as well as major programs. They will assist in the establishment of NCC policies and governance structures and contribute to the college's professional development model. The candidates must share the college's vision to serve a linguistically and culturally diverse student body.
General qualifications include a doctoral degree in relevant disciplines, experience in program or curriculum development, and enthusiasm for undergraduate teaching, particularly in the context of the NCC's interdisciplinary, first-year program. For position specific qualifications and additional information please follow the link to our website and view the complete position description