Employment

Tompkins Cortland Community College is a culturally diverse campus with more than two decades of strong partnerships with international colleges and universities and a commitment to preparing our students for citizenship in a global society. Tompkins Cortland Community College is accredited by the Board of Regents of the State of New York and by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and awards associate degrees in career-oriented and liberal arts/sciences programs of study. Enrollment is approximately 3,500 students. Visa sponsorship not available. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.  

Tompkins Cortland Community College is proud to be a SUNY PRODiG institution.  SUNY PRODiG - Promoting Recruitment, Opportunity, Diversity, Inclusion and Growth aims to increase the representation of historically underrepresented faculty across SUNY including underrepresented minority faculty in general and women faculty of all races in STEM fields.  PRODiG aligns with the College’s mission of serving our community by meeting educational needs, creating an environment for student success. In addition, it prepares our students and ourselves for citizenship in a global society and valuing diversity in all of its contexts, including strengths, perspectives, and people.

Tompkins Cortland Community College is located in the naturally beautiful and culturally rich Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, near Syracuse, Rochester, Ithaca, and Binghamton. The area is host to many colleges, including Cornell University, as well as excellent healthcare, museums, festivals, and business enterprises.

Opportunities at the College

Employment Date: October 1, 2022

Term of Employment: Grant Funded, Renewable, Full-Time, 260 days

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Director of Educational Opportunity Programs and Assistant Diversity Officer (DEOP/ADO) will work closely with and report to the AVP of Student Services and Senior Diversity Officer (AVPSSSDO) to implement best practices related to equity, diversity, justice, and inclusion (EDJI) Plan. The DEOP/ADO will provide leadership and advocacy for the overall administration of EOP, including supervision, planning, data management, reporting, program development and implementation, budget management, and program assessment. The DEOP/ADO is also accountable for EOP program student recruitment, enrollment, and retention initiatives to ensure operational effectiveness through a coordinated, collaborative and integrated approach. Additionally, the DEOP/ADO will represent the College to groups and organizations in the larger community regarding the interests related to program success. Responsibilities also include assisting EOP students in their transition and development as students at the College and directing them to additional resources.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Must hold an earned Master's degree in a field relevant to the position and at least four years of related work experience. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the travel requirements of the position. Periodic travel and some evenings and weekends in support of special projects and events will be required.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's degree in Higher Education Administration or Higher Education Leadership, Counseling, or fields related to this position; four years or more of academic/student affairs experience in a college setting; Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary; Experience supervising professional staff; Experience coordinating and providing academic support (e.g., programming, advisement services); Strong analytic and problem-solving skills; Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills; A demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socio-economic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of college students.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE:

$61,123 - $76,404  Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience and is subject to change pending outcome of the Professional Administrators Association negotiations. As a College employee, this appointment includes NYS retirement benefit options with a choice of a pension or gracious matches to 414H, attractive Health Care options with 80% of premiums covered by the College, and supportive work-life balance with 16 holidays, 20 vacation and 12 sick days per year, and tuition assistance in addition to other benefits offered by the College. Inquire for additional details.

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

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AA/EOE

Employment Date: ASAP

Term of Employment: Renewable, Full-Time, 260 days

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Maintains the College’s website content and ensures its effectiveness as a communications tool for the College serving external and internal audiences. Responsible for the development, design, editorial content, and organization of the College’s website. Ensures the website meets Accessibility Guidelines. Provides strategic guidance for website organization/navigation, as well as content and design. Works with external vendor(s) to complete technical web tasks. Serves as a member of the Campus Technology team.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor 's degree in a related field and two years of professional experience or Associate’s degree and five year of professional experience.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor 's degree in a related field and four years of professional experience. Experience with Drupal preferred.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE:

$48,917 - $61,146  Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. As a College employee, this appointment includes NYS retirement benefit options with a choice of a pension or gracious matches to 414H, attractive Health Care options with 80% of premiums covered by the College, and supportive work-life balance with 16 holidays, 20 vacation and 12 sick days per year, and tuition assistance in addition to other benefits offered by the College. Inquire for additional details.

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

View full position description.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Instruct ART 120 - Drawing I – Course focuses on the process and function of drawing, and developing the powers of observation in art. This includes the study of how materials and technique affect drawing, the role of perception and observation in drawing, and the analysis of basic design elements and principles. Students draw from observation in order to understand the role of perception in creating illusion. Time is spent analyzing master drawings for information on materials, composition, art elements, and principles and functions of drawing. Students participate in weekly critiques of their drawings. In addition to basic linear perspective, problems of drawing still life and landscape objects are explored. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

MFA in Studio Arts or similar programs. Artist portfolio (either web or PDF) with at least 5 to 10 examples of observational drawing, painting, and/or illustration work. At least 3 years of college teaching in drawing or similar subject matter such as painting or illustration. Student portfolio (either web or PDF) with at least 5 to 10 examples of observational drawing and/or illustration from previous courses taught.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Experience with Learning Management Software in an accredited higher education environment.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Teach one or more courses in the Wine Marketing/Hospitality degree program. Organize, supervise and teach the students accurately the standards and methods of the basics of Mixology. Evaluate student performance through practice drills, written tests and practical examinations. Help maintain a good clean working environment by keeping the classroom and bar area in an organized sanitary condition, maintain accurate student testing and attendance records.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Beverage Management or a similar/related program such as Hospitality Management or Culinary Arts.  Ability to create perfect cocktail recipes and create engaging customer experiences alongside a willingness to continually learn, improve and be a team player that can share their talents with students. This instructor will train and mentor students and aspiring bartenders. This would involve educating them the right way of mixing and pouring drinks, proper bar professionalism, building customer relations and basics in management.

Bartending Instructor qualifications:

- Experienced Bartender (5 yrs. minimum)

- With proximity/transportation to Ithaca location

- Licensed to serve alcohol -TIPS Certification or SERVSAFE Alcohol is a requirement, proctor preferred

- Must be willing to teach days/evenings and possibly Saturday AM.

- Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of beer, wine, and spirits

- Mixology knowledge and proper sanitation and safety protocols

- Inventory management

Five recent years working professionally and consistently in a management and/or training capacity for a business or possessing professional credentials such as WSET or membership with the Bartenders Guild will be considered in lieu of a Master’s degree.  Evidence of professional training and excellence in this profession is required. Candidates must be able to demonstrate efficient and updated methods of using the technology/software required for assigned courses.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

A Master’s degree in hospitality or a field directly related to skills required in the field is preferred.  Experience teaching college-level courses, with an ability to teach in person, and in a remote environment is preferred.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Adjunct position teaching introductory level laboratory-based biology and/or chemistry courses for both majors and non-majors, as well as health science-majors level courses:  Principles and General Chemistry, Microbiology and/or Anatomy & Physiology. This may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree or higher in biology, chemistry and/or health science field is required. Experience working in related fields.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Instructional experience in a post-secondary setting, preferably at a community college. Experience working in a multicultural setting with a diverse student population, including non-traditional and under-prepared students.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Radio instructor for ½ of the COMM120 - Broadcast Operations (3-credit) class. This course provides hands-on experience in the operation of radio and television equipment. The course is taught with two instructors, one for radio and another for television. This position opening is for the radio portion of the course where students are trained to operate a broadcast audio board, edit audio, and speak into a microphone.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Production or a similar/related program such as Audio or Radio Production. A minimum of 15 years working professionally and consistently will be considered in lieu of degree. Evidence of professional training and excellence in this profession is required. Candidates must be able to demonstrate efficient and updated methods of using the technology/software required for assigned course. Demonstration of competency in radio, audio, and will be important to this position.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE:   Continuous Recruitment

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION:

To supervise nursing students in a hospital setting for approximately 7-11 hours per week. Other responsibilities include grading nursing care plans and writing weekly, mid-term and final evaluations.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Master’s degree in Nursing preferred and active enrollment in Master’s degree in Nursing program required.

EXPECTED SALARY RANGE: 

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applications is continuous.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

To instruct courses in Tompkins Cortland Community College’s new Clinical Medical Assistant microcredential program. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

The candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in a health, health education, allied health or closely aligned field, with extensive clinical or clinical education experience.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s Degrees or more than 15 years of experience in a clinical setting or clinical education setting are preferred.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Instruct CULI101 - Food Services and Preparation I - Basic procedures and techniques for large quantity food preparation and service are covered. The practice of sanitation, safety, equipment operation, food purchasing and preparation techniques, and table service are integral to this course. Special projects in menu planning, purchasing, preparation, and services are required. Coursework will also include elements of local food sourcing and menu development from that approach. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s degree in Culinary Arts or a similar/related program such as Hospitality Management or Food and Beverage Management. A minimum of 5 years working professionally and consistently will be considered in lieu of a Master’s degree. Evidence of professional training and excellence in this profession is required. Candidates must be able to demonstrate efficient and updated methods of using the technology/software required for assigned courses. Demonstration of competency in various and differentiated service styles, such as catering, tasting rooms, restaurant seating and service will be important to this position.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Teach the following course: Drafting 107 Engineering Graphics, this course will be part of our Applied Science and Technology AAS program geared toward prepare students for the workforce. The purpose of the course is to introduce students to the concepts and conventions of engineering graphics. Students are immersed in industry standard methods of communication through pictorial representation of design for the purpose of fabrication. Participants will learn to interpret and prepare technical drawings by hand and with the assistance of Computer Aided Design (CAD) utilizing software widely used throughout the profession of Engineering.  Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelors of Engineering and five (5) years or more of industry experience or academic research experience. Experience in SolidWorks, SolidEdge and Autodesk Inventor.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s Degree in Engineering, and experience in advance manufacturing in the academic or industry spheres. Professional Engineer or PE license.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Teach one or more daytime or evening sections of English 098/100, English 100, or English 101.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Graduate degree in English, English Education, Composition/Rhetoric or a related degree from an accredited institution. Candidates with related degrees must have at least 18 credits of English at the graduate level. Experience teaching the skills that are part of Developmental English (writing process, reading, grammar, paragraphing, and short essay) at the high school or college level.  Experience teaching in person and online settings.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants will begin August 17, 2022 and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Instruct ENGL201 - Public Speaking or ENGL204 - Interpersonal Communication. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Graduate degree in English or related degree including rhetoric and/or communications from an accredited institution. Experience teaching speech, presentation skills, and related content. Candidates with related degrees must have at least 18 credits in English, rhetoric, and/or communications at the graduate level.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Ph.D. in English or related degree including rhetoric and/or communications from an accredited institution with excellent teaching evaluations.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Teach one or more courses in the hospitality degree program, specifically; Food & Beverage Service Operations - a new course being offered in a microcredential.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

 Bachelor’s degree in Food and Beverage Management or a similar/related program such as Hospitality Management or Culinary Arts. A minimum of 5 years working professionally and consistently will be considered in lieu of a Master’s degree. Evidence of professional training and excellence in this profession is required. Candidates must be able to demonstrate efficient and updated methods of using the technology/software required for assigned courses. Demonstration of competency in various and differentiated service styles, such as catering, tasting rooms, restaurant seating and service will be important to this position.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree in hospitality or a field directly related to skills required in the field is preferred. Training in safe alcohol service such as TIPS or Servsafe certification is preferred. Experience teaching college-level courses, with an ability to teach in person and in a remote environment is preferred.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Instruct BUAD217 - Fundamentals in Exporting - This course will introduce students to the basic principles, practices, and issues related to exporting from the United States to various markets throughout the world. The practical aspects and concerns of exporting confronting businesses on a regular basis are emphasized. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s Degree in Business Disciplines plus five years’ work experience, or Master’s Degree in non-business discipline plus relevant work experience. In exceptional cases, a Bachelor’s degree in a business-related field plus ten years work experience. First-hand experience in exporting as well as demonstrated knowledge of current trends and practices. Experience in cross-cultural work environments.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Experience teaching in a higher education setting for an accredited institution; experience using Learning Management Software.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Instruct GEOG130 – Geovisualization: Mapping to Understand at Tompkins Cortland Community College. The course involves using the ArcGIS online platform and applications to visualize current human, cultural, and environmental issues. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree in GIS, Geography, Geoscience, or related field with minimum of two years direct GIS experience. A bachelor's degree in GIS, Geography, Geoscience, or related field if the candidate has extensive GIS experience in research or applied contexts, may be considered.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

ArcGIS, QGIS, or other GIS software. Experience in teaching and/or training in the field. Working knowledge of ArcGIS online platform and applications.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Teach one or more sections of US History to 1877 and/or US History since 1877 and/or World History Since 1500. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s Degree in US History for US courses, Master’s Degree in a World History Area outside of the USA and Europe for World History.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

A preferred candidate would have a Ph.D. in US History or World History with demonstrated teaching experience and written evidence of excellence at the collegiate level, preferably at a community college.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Instruct BUAD219 - Human Resource Management; this course is an introduction to the field of human resource management in the public and private sectors. The functions of recruitment, selection, testing, employee development, individual and group behavior, motivation, morale, communication, management and labor relations, and remuneration are explored. International issues and current legislation are also discussed Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master's degree in Human Resources, or a related field from a regionally accredited university

  • At least 2 years' experience teaching at the college level

  • Must reside and be eligible to work in the United States

  • Proficiency using Learning Management Software

  • In exceptional cases: Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Management, Business, or other closely related field of study AND three (3) years of related work experience in a managerial capacity OR two (2) years at a professional level position in Human Resources specialty such as Labor Relations, Recruiting, Training, Employment Law or Benefits Administration.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Terminal degree (PHD) in Business or a related field from a regionally accredited university with at least 2 years industry experience.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Teach one or more courses in the Human Services degree program. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree in Counseling, Health, Social Work or related field from an accredited institution is required.  Experience teaching college-level courses is required, with an ability to teach in person or in a remote environment. Experience facilitating groups or teaching about group process communication is preferred.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Tompkins Cortland Community College is seeking an adjunct faculty member to teach developmental, introductory, math education courses, statistics and upper-level courses in mathematics. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree or higher in Mathematics/Mathematics Education.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

* Community college teaching experience

* Minimum 3 years of instructional experience in a post-secondary setting

* Experience teaching in a co-requisite remediation model

* Experience working in a multicultural setting with a diverse student population including non-traditional and underprepared students

* Demonstrated commitment to continuous professional development in the best practices of pedagogy

* Proficient in technology, including LMS, Word-Processing/Spreadsheets, Lecture Capture, Online homework platforms

* Ph.D. in a field related to Mathematics

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE:   Continuous Recruitment

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Assist Clinical Nursing adjunct faculty with medication administration by students taking part in Nursing Clinicals. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

An active RN license and one year of acute care experience are required for consideration in this position.

EXPECTED SALARY RANGE: 

$26.43 per hour

Review of applications is continuous.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Instruct PSYC103 - Introduction to Psychology and PSYC209 - Abnormal Psychology. Classes being taught may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree in Psychology or in a related field. The preferred candidate would have at least one degree in Psychology. Those without a degree in Psychology must possess a minimum of 18 credit hours in Psychology at the graduate level.

For PSYC103 Adjuncts:
Credits earned should be on the content of at least four areas of this introductory course: biology, research methods, sensation, perception, consciousness, learning, memory, intelligence, development, emotion, motivation, personality, disorders, treatment or social.

Adjuncts must understand the multiple perspectives in psychology and have a firm knowledge of the basic research methods in psychology.

Preferred candidates will have demonstrated teaching experience and/or an indication of professional development activity/affiliation in the field to ensure currency.

For PSYC209 Adjuncts:

Adjuncts should have prior experience teaching a similar or identical course, or evidence of professional involvement in the subject matter. Preferred candidates will have demonstrated teaching experience and/or an indication of professional development activities/affiliations that indicate currency in the field.

Demonstrated teaching experience in a specific area of expertise (abnormal), or an in-depth knowledge of the topic as determined by professional activity.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Instruct SOCE121 - Introduction to Gender & Sexuality Studies. Teaching assignments may involve teaching day, evening, online, hybrid, and HyFlex courses. This course is designed for students in any degree program as an introduction to the interdisciplinary study of gender and sexuality. The course explores how many disciplines (e.g., biology, psychology, sociology, history, literature, economics, and the arts) grapple with issues and theories of gender and sexuality. The course examines the intersection of social, cultural, economic, and political forces that shape the understanding of gender and sexuality, and how that understanding has changed over time.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Graduate degree in Gender Studies, Sociology, or Cultural Studies or related degree from an accredited institution. Experience teaching gender and sexuality theory, issues, and related content. Candidates with related degrees must have at least 18 credits gender and/or sexuality studies at the graduate level.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

EMPLOYMENT DATE: Fall 2022 – 08/29/22–12/16/22

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT: Adjunct, Non-renewable

JOB DESCRIPTION

Teach one or more sections of ENVS 112- Food Systems Seminar III Identity, Ethics and Culture in the Global Food System. This course explores the many ways in which our personal and cultural identities are linked to food; investigates the ethical choices involved in preparing and eating food; and examines the dynamic interaction of food and culture in an increasingly globalized world. Should we eat animals? Should we only grow food organically? Should we consume genetically modified (GMO) foods? Are locally-produced foods ethically superior to globally-sourced foods? Are our ways of producing and consuming food fair to everyone? Should government play a role in promoting food safety and public health? Should our government play a role in easing world hunger? Students will develop an understanding of how individual choices help to shape the food system, and the ethical implications of these choices. ENVS 112 fulfills the SUNY General Education Humanities requirement. This course is required for students in Culinary Arts and Sustainable Farming and Food Systems degree programs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s Degree or 18 graduate credits in Food Studies, Ethics or related field required. Experience working in sustainable farming or food systems preferred. Two years of teaching experience at the college level and the ability to work in an online/remote environment required.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE

$925 - $1,130 per credit hour dependent upon experience. Salary subject to change pending outcome of TC3 Adjunct Association negotiations.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

Note: Additional application materials/essays will be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: August 22, 2022

Term of Employment: Part-time 20-26 hours per week. Possible renewal for future semesters.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Baker Center para-professional tutor:

• Provides tutorial services to drop-in and online student clientele.

• Cultivates a friendly, caring, creative, and open-minded atmosphere.

• Possesses a positive attitude, respects cultural differences, and believes in each individual's potential.

• Serves as a role model for students and a mentor to peer tutors and helps guide them through the tutor training process.

• Assumes a supervisory role over center functions as needed.

• Dresses and acts as an ambassador for the Baker Center.

In addition, the para-professional tutor works to maintain an awareness of the tutees in the Center and tries to meet the needs of all present. During tutorial sessions, the tutor strives to identify and develop each learner's unique strengths and strives to help the tutees become independent learners.

The para-professional is expected to complete (in a timely manner) all aspects of tutor training, as recommended by their professional mentor. This person may run training sessions and can create modules for online tutor training. Para-professional tutors participate in special projects or initiatives, help to maintain a clean and orderly appearance in the Center and perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• Minimum of 2 semesters tutoring or teaching experience

• Associate's degree or equivalent (60+ college credits) with a focus on course work in an appropriate discipline.

• Substantive course work in a relevant discipline including, but not limited to, accounting, biology, chemistry, computer science, math, physics, or English/writing.

•  Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher from current institution of higher education (previous institution if not currently a student).

•  One recommendation from a previous employer (in the teaching/tutoring realm).

• Proficiency test (if recommended).

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE:

$19.82 per hour.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: August 22, 2022

Term of Employment: Part-time 20-26 hours per week. Possible renewal for future semesters.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Baker Center professional tutor:

• Provides tutorial services (both drop-in and online).

• Supervises tutorial activity in the Baker Center.

• Trains, mentors, evaluates, and supervises peer and para-professional tutors.

• Makes recommendations for tutor certification.

• Provides services for students with disabilities.

• Develops training and other materials for the Baker Center.

• Engages in one-on-one tutoring sessions with assigned high-risk students, particularly students with disabilities.

• Strives to learn more about these students' specific educational needs as related to their disabilities-seeking this training through reading, consultation with other professionals, conferences, and seminars.

• Strives to identify and develop each learner's unique strengths and strives to help tutees become independent learners.

As needed, the professional tutor assumes a role in the provision of disability services within the Baker Center for Learning. This may include conducting accommodation memo discussions, preparing alternate format texts and testing materials, participating in all aspects of testing accommodation provision, helping students learn and work with adaptive technology, and more. The professional tutor is expected to learn all the processes associated with disability services provision and is relied upon to complete these tasks.

The professional tutor also assumes responsibility for the training of the peer tutors and the para-professional tutors-from developing training programs to facilitating the training to overseeing the follow through. Other duties include scheduling, planning of special projects, developing new systems, serving on committees within the College, creating Baker Center signs, hand-outs and other materials, searching for potential peer and para­professional tutors, promoting Baker Center services, and using/promoting special projects such as Strengths Quest.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• Minimum of 2 semesters tutoring or teaching experience

• Bachelor's degree with a focus on course work in an appropriate discipline. (Master's preferred)

• Substantive course work in a relevant discipline including, but not limited to, accounting, biology, chemistry, computer science, math, physics, or English/writing.

• Two professional and one personal recommendations

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE:

$26.43-$28.14/hr. - Starting rate will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Review of applicants has begun and will continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Term of Employment: Full-Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Responsibility for implementing and maintaining a campus public safety/security program to provide for the protection and safety of persons and property on the campus of Tompkins Cortland Community College. The incumbent is responsible for public safety, traffic, and property access control, fire and crime prevention and investigation, documentation and reporting of all incidents and relevant conclusions. The Campus Peace Officer enforces the Laws of the State of New York by virtue of the designation of campus peace officer by the Tompkins Cortland Community College Board of Trustees.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

(A)      Graduation from a regionally accredited college or university or one accredited by the New York State Board of Regents to grant degrees with an associate’s degree or completion of sixty (60) semester credit hours; OR

(B)      Graduation from high school AND two (2) years of full-time paid (or the equivalent part-time) work experience in a uniformed position requiring police officer or peace officer certification.

SPECIAL NECESSARY REQUIREMENT:

The employee must possess a valid NYS motor vehicle operator’s license at the time of appointment and maintain such license for the duration of employment. The employee must possess one of the following first-aid certifications: Responding to Emergencies through the American Red Cross, or First Responder or Emergency Medical Technician certification within one year of the date of appointment and must maintain valid certification for the duration of employment. Candidates must successfully complete an approved Municipal Police Training Council Training Program for Campus Peace Officer as described in Section 2.30 of Criminal Procedure Law within one year of the date of appointment and maintain such certification at all times thereafter for the duration of employment. Candidates must be eligible to obtain a firearms license pursuant to Section 400 of the New York State Penal Law.

RESIDENCY:

Candidates must have been legal residents of Tompkins County or one of the six adjoining counties (Cayuga, Chemung, Cortland, Schuyler, Seneca, Tioga) for at least one month immediately preceding the date of application and maintain residency

STARTING SALARY:

$59,146

For additional details and to apply, visit the Tompkins County Department of Human Resources website at https://www.tompkinscivilservice.org/civilservice/vacancies.

AA/EOE

FSA Job Opportunities

EMPLOYMENT DATE:  ASAP

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  Full-Time, Permanent, 12-month

JOB DESCRIPTION:   Responsible for implementing the classroom program and daily schedule in accordance with policies and philosophy of the FSA Child Care Center and New York State Office of Child and Family Services (NYS OCFS) regulations. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered two-year college or university with an Associate's degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or child-related field OR Child Development Associate (CDA) and one year of child care experience OR Micro credential (12 early childhood credits) and one year of child care experience. Current certification in First Aid and CPR required.  If a candidate does not possess certification at the time of employment, the incumbent must obtain this certification within three months of the date of appointment. The incumbent must maintain valid certification for the duration of employment.  

This position is subject to a criminal background check, NYS OCFS background check and physical are required at the time of appointment.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE:  $14.59 to $15.89 per hour, rate commensurate with education and experience.
 
Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

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AA/EOE 

EMPLOYMENT DATE:  ASAP

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  Full-Time, Permanent, 12-month

JOB DESCRIPTION:   Responsible for planning, supervising, and implementing the program for the class in accordance with policies and philosophy of the FSA Child Care Center and New York State Office of Child and Family Services (NYS OCFS).  Head teachers will exercise immediate supervision over the work of the assistant teachers, teacher aides, work-study students and student interns while serving as the team leader for the classroom.  Does related work as required. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered two-year college or university with an Associate’s degree in early childhood education, child development or a child-related field and one year of teaching experience. Experience supervising staff. Current certification in First Aid and CPR required.  If a candidate does not possess certification at the time of employment, the incumbent must obtain this certification within three months of the date of appointment. The incumbent must maintain valid certification for the duration of employment.

This position is subject to a criminal background check, NYS OCFS background check and physical are required at the time of appointment.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE:  $16.16 to $17.46 per hour, rate commensurate with education and experience.
 
Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.
 

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

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AA/EOE 

EMPLOYMENT DATE:  ASAP

TERM OF EMPLOYMENT:  Full-Time, Permanent, 10-Month

JOB DESCRIPTION:  Responsible for assisting the Head Teacher and other Child Care teachers with the implementation of the classroom program and daily schedule in accordance with policies and philosophy of the FSA Child Care Center and New York State Office of Child and Family Services (NYS OCFS) regulations. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school diploma or equivalent and experience related to caring for children.  Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively in a team environment.  Current certification in First Aid and CPR required.  If a candidate does not possess certification at the time of employment, the incumbent must obtain this certification within three months of the date of appointment. The incumbent must maintain valid certification for the duration of employment.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Child Development Associate Credential (CDA).

This position is subject to a criminal background check, NYS OCFS background check and physical are required at the time of appointment.

EXPECTED HIRING SALARY RANGE:  $13.53 - $15.03 per hour, rate commensurate with education and experience.
 
Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

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AA/EOE 

 

Employment Date: Continuous Recruitment

Term of Employment: Part-Time, Hourly

Job Description:

Responsible for assisting the Head Teacher and other Child Care teachers with the implementation of the classroom program and daily schedule in accordance with policies and philosophy of the FSA Child Care Center.

Minimum Qualifications:

A high school diploma or equivalent and experience related to caring for children. Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively in a team environment. Current certifications in First Aid and CPR required.

Preferred Qualifications:

Child Development Associate Credential (CDA).

This position is subject to a criminal background check and Statewide Central Register Database check.

Expected Hiring Salary Range.

$13.20 per hour

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

POSITION OFFERED: Graduate Assistant

EMPLOYMENT DATE:  ASAP

JOB SUMMARY: 

The Graduate Assistant (GA) position is actively involved in the department's Student Engagement Team model to partner, plan, and implement a wide variety of social, educational, and recreational programs for students. Graduate Assistants are members of the Student Activities or Residential Life departments of the College.  Both departments work in partnership.

JOB DESCRIPTION & RESPONSIBILITIES: 

The GA within Residence Life is involved in the department's efforts, including student support, staffing, crisis response, and administration. This position is required to live on-campus. The GA works with Residence Directors, Senior RAs, Resident Assistants, and staff to provide a supportive, challenging, and rewarding community environment where students can live and learn. The position is renewable for up to three years of service.  

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

•    Earned Bachelors and documentation of enrollment in a regionally accredited Masters    Degree program
•    Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
•    Ability to work effectively with diverse student, faculty, and staff populations
•    Strong organizational abilities and time management skills
•    Ability to be creative and innovative
•    Demonstrated leadership skills, and self-motivation
•    Knowledge and experience with computer software and social media
•    This position is subject to a criminal background check.

COMPENSATION

Room for one semester on the Tompkins Cortland Campus or 4500 stipend per semester.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

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AA/EOE

Employment Date: Continuous Recruitment

Terms: Temporary, 15-20 hours/week

Job Description:

The Lifeguard’s primary responsibilities are to provide patron surveillance of the pool area; prevent injuries by minimizing or eliminating hazardous situations or behaviors; and to enforce facility rules and regulations and educate patrons about them.  Recognizes and responds effectively to all emergencies.

Minimum Qualifications:

One year of work experience as a lifeguard, current certifications in Life Guarding, First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer w/ AED required.

This position is subject to a criminal background check and Statewide Central Register Database check.

Expected Hiring Salary Range:

$15.82 per hour

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

COLTIVARE OPPORTUNITIES

Coltivare, the Tompkins Cortland Community College Culinary Center, is a 17,000 square foot space at 235 Cayuga St. in downtown Ithaca. The site contains a 110-seat restaurant, bar, student kitchen lab, wine tasting lab and event space to accommodate up to 200 guests. Coltivare houses two academic degree programs: Culinary Arts and Wine Marketing. These facilities include a public restaurant with 110 seats, event space for up to 200 guests, a demo/wine amphitheater and a Culinary Lab for student and community learning. The culinary center provides opportunities for students to explore and be trained in a wide range of careers in the food and beverage industry.

In addition to the Culinary Center in downtown Ithaca, the Farm to Bistro project includes a working organic farm on property adjacent to the College’s Dryden campus for students in the Sustainable Farming and Food Systems program. The farm also provides produce for use at Coltivare. To learn more about the College and the Farm to Bistro project at the College, visit our website.

Employment Date: ASAP

Terms: Part-time

Job Description:

The Banquet Bartender at Coltivare works as part of a team providing ideal service for our guests for catered events and banquets.  Responsible for providing legendary service to each and every guest during events while mixing and serving beverages in a friendly and efficient manner.  Banquet bartenders work under the direction of a manager or banquet supervisor.  Acts as an ambassador of Coltivare and TC3 and knowledgeable of the culinary arts and sustainable farming degree programs and continuing education programs; acts proactively to cross-market these programs to all guests. Responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s service standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the TC3 Culinary Center at Coltivare and the College.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or high school equivalency diploma; and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have experience that provides evidence that the candidate has a good understanding of the role of the Bartender in providing outstanding customer service; the ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing; and the ability to exercise mature judgment.  NYS alcohol service certification or serve safe alcohol safety certification.

Position Requirements:

Interested candidates must be willing to work days, nights and weekends and have a flexible schedule to meet the Center needs.

Desired Qualifications:

Two years’ experience preferred.

Hiring Salary Range:

$13.20 - $15 per hour

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: ASAP

Terms of Employment: Part-Time

Job Description:

The Banquet Server at Coltivare works as part of a team providing ideal service for our guests for catered events and banquets.  Responsible for providing legendary service to each and every guest during events and the clean-up and breakdown of service after the events.  Banquet servers work under the direction of a manager or banquet supervisor.  Acts as an ambassador of Coltivare and TC3 and knowledgeable of the culinary arts and sustainable farming degree programs and continuing education programs; acts proactively to cross-market these programs to all guests. Responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s service standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the TC3 Culinary Center at Coltivare and the College.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or high school equivalency diploma.  Must have the ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing; and the ability to exercise mature judgment.

Expected Hiring Salary Range:

$13.20 - $15 per hour

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.   

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: ASAP

Terms: Part-time

Job Description:

The Banquet Supervisor is responsible for organizing and executing catered events and banquets at Coltivare.  This position will report to Catering and Events Manager.  Coordinates and executes the details of the Banquet Event Order (BEO) produced by the Catering and Events Manager.  Acts as an ambassador of Coltivare and Tompkins Cortland Community College and knowledgeable of the culinary arts and sustainable farming degree programs and continuing education programs; acts proactively to cross-market these programs to all guests.  Responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s service standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the TC3 Culinary Center at Coltivare and the College.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or general education degree and 5 years related event planning and coordinating experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Associate’s degree.

Hiring Salary Range:

$15.00 - 17.00 per hour

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: ASAP

Terms of Employment: Part-Time

Job Description:

The bartender is responsible for knowing all aspects of working at the bar within Coltivare and knowledgeable of all food and beverage options that are available at Coltivare.  The Bartender provides ideal service for our guests including providing excellent service to all guests at the bar and preparing restaurant drink orders in a timely manner.  The Bartender must adhere to all state and Coltivare policies concerning the sale and service of alcohol and assume ownership for responsible beverage service consistent with Coltivare service standards.  Acts as an ambassador of Coltivare and TC3 and knowledgeable of the culinary arts and sustainable farming degree programs and continuing education programs; acts proactively to cross-market these programs to all guests.  Responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s service standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the TC3 Culinary Center at Coltivare and the College while ensuring maximum guest satisfaction resulting in overall guest loyalty, student success, staff satisfaction and revenue growth.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or high school equivalency diploma; and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have experience that provides evidence that the candidate has a good understanding of the role of the Bartender in providing outstanding customer service; the ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing; and the ability to exercise mature judgment.  NYS alcohol service certification or serve safe alcohol safety certification.

Position Requirements:

Interested candidates must be willing to work days, nights and weekends and have a flexible schedule to meet the Center needs.

Desired Qualifications:

Two years’ experience preferred.

Hiring Salary Range:

$8.80 per hour plus gratuity

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: ASAP

Terms of Employment: Part-Time

Job Description: 

The Busser/Food Runner at Coltivare works as part of a team providing ideal service for our guests.  Responsible for clearing and resetting tables, and delivering food to the appropriate tables as needed.  The Busser/Food Runner must adhere to all Coltivare service standards as outlined in the standards of service and order of service. Acts as an ambassador of Coltivare and TC3 and knowledgeable of the culinary arts and sustainable farming degree programs and continuing education programs; acts proactively to cross-market these programs to all guests. Responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s service standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the TC3 Culinary Center at Coltivare and the College while ensuring maximum guest satisfaction resulting in overall guest loyalty, student success, staff satisfaction and revenue growth.

Minimum Qualifications:

No prior experience or training required.

Position Requirements:

Interested candidates must be willing to work weekends and have a flexible schedule to meet the Center needs.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel food and equipment; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear; and taste and smell.  The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel or crouch.  The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include the ability to oversee service throughout the restaurant (peripheral vision and depth perception).

Hiring Salary Range:

$13.20 - $14.40 per hour

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.   

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: Continuous Recruitment

Terms of Employment: Part-Time

Job Description:

Washes and cleans tableware, pots, pans and cooking equipment. Responsible for keeping the dish room and equipment clean and organized following strict sanitary guidelines. Assists in of food preparation under the guidance of Coltivare’s culinary staff.  The Dishwasher is responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the Center and the College while ensuring maximum guest satisfaction resulting in overall guest loyalty, student success, staff satisfaction and revenue growth.

Minimum Qualifications:

No previous restaurant experience required. Must be able to work in hot, wet, humid and loud environment for long periods of time.

Position Requirements:

Interested candidates must be willing to work weekends, late night and have a flexible schedule to meet the Center needs.

Expected Hiring Salary Range:

$13.20 - $13.90 per hour   

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: ASAP

Terms of Employment: Part-Time

Job Description:

Works as part of a team providing ideal service for our guests.  The host/hostess is most often the first employee a guest sees when entering our restaurant and therefore must greet all guests in a professional, energetic and sincere manner that sets the tone for an ideal experience at Coltivare.  Greets and seats guests and assists wait staff as necessary to provide legendary guest satisfaction.  Manages the restaurant telephone and assists guests with retail purchases.  The host/hostess must adhere to all Coltivare service standards as outlined in the standards of service and order of service.  Acts as an ambassador of Coltivare and TC3 and knowledgeable of the culinary arts and sustainable farming degree programs and continuing education programs; acts proactively to cross-market these programs to all guests.  Responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s service standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the TC3 Culinary Center at Coltivare and the College while ensuring maximum guest satisfaction resulting in overall guest loyalty, student success, staff satisfaction and revenue growth.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or high school equivalency diploma and one to three months related experience and/or training.  Must have experience that provides evidence that the candidate has a good understanding of the role of the Host in providing outstanding customer service; the ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing; and the ability to exercise mature judgment.

Expected Hiring Salary Range:

$13.20 - $13.90 per hour     

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.  

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: ASAP Terms:

Term of Employment: Part-Time with opportunity for Full-Time

Job Description:

Accurately and efficiently cook meats, fish, vegetables, soups and other hot food products as well as prepare and portion food products prior to cooking. Performs other duties in the areas of food and final plate preparation including plating and garnishing of cooked items and preparing appropriate garnishes for all hot menu item plates. The Line Cook is responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the Center and the College while ensuring maximum guest satisfaction resulting in overall guest loyalty, student success, staff satisfaction and revenue growth.

Minimum Qualifications:

Six months experience in a similar capacity and must be able to demonstrate proper knife skills.

Desired Qualifications:

Experience with Pantry, Line and Banquets.

Position Requirements:

Interested candidates must be willing to work weekends, late night and have a flexible schedule to meet the Center needs.

Expected Hiring Salary Range:

$13.20 - $15 per hour  

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

Employment Date: ASAP

Terms of Employment: Full-Time/Part-Time

Job Description:

The server is responsible for assisting the Management Team by being knowledgeable of all day to day operations as they pertain to the front of the house.  Responsible for providing legendary service to each and every guest, every day including taking responsibility for the coordination of all food and beverage service for a station on the floor.  Acts as an ambassador of Coltivare and TC3 and knowledgeable of the culinary arts and sustainable farming degree programs and continuing education programs; acts proactively to cross-market these programs to all guests.  Responsible for upholding all of Coltivare’s service standards and assisting the Management Team in meeting the educational mission of the TC3 Culinary Center at Coltivare and the College while ensuring maximum guest satisfaction resulting in overall guest loyalty, student success, staff satisfaction and revenue growth.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or high school equivalency diploma; and one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have experience that provides evidence that the candidate has a good understanding of the role of the Server in providing outstanding customer service; the ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing; and the ability to exercise mature judgment.

Minimum Qualifications:

Two years' experience preferred

Expected Hiring Salary Range:

$8.80 per hour plus gratuity      

Review of applicants to begin immediately and continue until position is filled. 

To apply submit cover letter and resume. Additional application materials may be requested.

AA/EOE

THE TC3 FARM OPPORTUNITIES

The TC3 Farmlocated in Dryden, NY, grows approximately 3 acres of organically grown fruits and vegetables.  Since 2014, our produce has been distributed to the community through CSA, Farm Stands, Campus Dining, Coltivare and local restaurants.  The Farm strives to create a fun, yet efficient and challenging work environment.  The Farm is an integral part of an multi-faceted operation that supports the academic programs of Tompkins Cortland Community College by growing, marketing, and distributing organic produce and providing a hands-on learning lab environment for students.

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