Auburn,  New York

Director of Academic Support Center

The Director of the Academic Support Center is responsible for planning,
developing and coordinating the programs and services of the Academic
Support Center at the Auburn campus and at the Fulton Extension Center,
including placement testing, services to students with disabilities, peer
tutoring, learning specialist services, and computer assisted instruction.
Starts on or before July 2001 as a 12-month faculty ranked tenure track

Responsibilities:  Supervises the Academic Support Center staff and oversees
the recruitment and training of professional, civil service, and part-time
employees.  Diagnoses student learning needs through formal and informal
methods.  Provides instructional activities which enable students to become
more independent learners through technology-assisted instruction, peer
tutoring in content areas, faculty tutoring, study groups, workshops, and
assistance by learning specialists..

Qualifications:  Master's degree in an appropriate field, with graduate
hours devoted to learning strategies and/or developmental education.  Two
years administration and management of a comprehensive developmental
learning center in an academic institution, preferably a community college.
Teaching experience at the college level.  Broad experience of learning
support programs including disabilities services, learning specialist
services, and peer tutorial programs.  Knowledge of testing, assessment, and

Salary:  Salary is commensurate with background and experience, and an
excellent employee benefits package is provided.

To apply:  Send a letter of application speaking to the responsibilities and
qualifications of the position, a resume, and the names, addresses, and
telephone numbers of three references to:

Director of Personnel Services
Cayuga Community College
197 Franklin Street
Auburn, NY  13021-3099

For a complete job description, please see our web site:

Cayuga is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and strongly
encourages applications from women and minorities.

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