WORKING AT NCCC:
Welcome to North Country Community College’s Career Center! We’re glad you are here
to learn more about our company and our job openings. We think you will find that
a career at North Country Community College is a distinctly unique and exciting opportunity.
We know that people are our greatest asset to support a student learning environment
and our collegial atmosphere allows for career growth as you experience the cultural
and recreational aspects of the Adirondacks!
We currently are accepting applications for the positions listed below. Please refer
to the individual announcements for information about essential tasks, qualifications
and application procedures.
For all academic (non-adjunct) and administrative/management positions, please submit
a letter of intent, resume, and a list of at least three professional references as
one pdf document to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adjunct Instructor applicants, please submit a letter of intent, resume, and a list
of at least three professional references as one pdf document to email@example.com
For civil service positions, please complete the civil service application and mail it to:
NCCC-Human Resources Office
PO Box 89
Saranac Lake NY, 12983.
Completed applications may also be dropped off in the HR office located in Hodson
Hall during normal business hours.
Adjunct Instructors (Part Time)
Adjunct/Clinical Instructors: Nursing Program (Part Time)
Adjunct Instructors for Second Chance Pell (Part Time – Positions are based at one or more area correctional facilities)
Adjunct Math Instructor for Second Chance Pell (Part Time – Positions are based at one or more area correctional facilities)
Biology/Environmental Science Instructor (Full Time Tenure Track to commence Fall 2020)
Civil Service Vacancies:
Civil Service Application for Classified Vacancies
We embrace and encourage the celebration of differences and affirm the rights of individuals
guaranteed by state and federal laws and the U.S. Constitution. We reject all manifestations
of discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion,
creed, age, disability, self-identified sex, gender identity or expression, status
of being transgender, sexual orientation, familial status, pregnancy, predisposing
genetic characteristics, carrier status, military or U.S. veteran status, domestic
violence victim status, prior criminal conviction, socioeconomic status, or any other
differences among people which have been excuses for misunderstandings, divisiveness,
or hatred. When such rights are infringed upon by violence, threats, or unlawful harassment,
the College will follow due process and use every necessary resource to decisively
identify perpetrators for administrative action, civil action, and/or criminal prosecution.
Equity Program Policy Statement, Affirmative Action for Human Rights Statement.
At North Country Community College, all terms and conditions of employment are, and
will continue to be, established on the basis of the individual qualifications and
ability to perform the job.