SUNY Purchase College Communication Program Coordinator job 2016

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SUNYPurchase2016
Type Job
Categoryies (tags) Uncategorized
Dates - 2016/10/14
Link https://jobs.purchase.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1474390154078
Address Purchase College, SUNY
Geolocation 41° 2' 35", -73° 41' 46"
Abstract due 2016/10/14
Submission deadline 2016/10/14
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SUNY Purchase College Communication Program Coordinator job 2016:


Details:

Posting Number: 0800579

Job Title: Communications Program Coordinator & Assistant Professor (Academic Advisor SL­)


Application Deadline:

10­/14/­2016

Department:

Liberal Studies & CE

Salary: $45,000 ­ $57,000

Description:

The School of Liberal Studies and Continuing Education houses four degree completion programs including a newly revised program in Communications. Reporting to the Director of Academic Programs, the Communication Program Coordinator provides administrative and student support for all Communications majors at Purchase College. This position is responsible for providing information and advising to students, interacting with numerous entities on campus, providing reports to the Director, and ensuring the smooth and successful operation of the communication program.

This position 50% administrative; 50% teaching as an Assistant Professor of Practice. The coordinator will teach courses in an academic specialty. We are especially interested in someone who can teach professional communication courses from language and social interaction perspective.

Required:

  • Master s degree in Communication (or closely related discipline)
  • Prior teaching experience (online, blended, and/or face­to­face)
  • Excellent written and interpersonal skills
  • Reliable, organized, self­motivated team player able to multi­task

Preferred:

Three years of relevant experience in a college­level learning or educational support area (such as advising) ­ Ph.D. in Communication

Candidates are required to complete an on­line application via the College's job vacancy website