DATE: May 26, 2021

TITLE: Instructor/Assistant Professor – Early Childhood Education

CAMPUS: Grant Campus in Brentwood

START DATE: September 1, 2021


RANK: Faculty




The Department of World Languages, Literacy, and Education seeks applicants to teach the following Early Childhood Program courses: EDU 101: Foundations of Early Childhood Education; EDU 102 and EDU 103 (both early childhood curriculum courses); and EDU 113: Infants and Toddlers: Programs and Care. Sections of EDU 211 and EDU 221, Early Childhood Practicum courses, may also be required. Practicum courses require traveling to off-campus sites to observe students. The successful candidate will also be expected to assume a major role in curriculum assessment and will chair Education Program Reviews. The successful candidate might also be expected to teach evening courses and/or teach at another campus as part of their full-time schedule should the need arise.  Duties will also include:

  • Teaches assigned courses in accordance with description published in the College catalog and the approved course outline, incorporating alternative approaches and methods when appropriate and possible.
  • Engages in assessment of college-wide learning outcomes and demonstrates the use of the results of these assessments in courses.
  • Actively participates in departmental, campus and College committees/meetings.
  • Participates in academic advisement and curriculum development.
  • Demonstration of scholarly work in the discipline.
  • Incorporates an appreciation of diverse lifestyles, cultures and perspectives into courses.
  • Coordinates student site placements.





Master’s Degree in Early Childhood and/or Elementary Education.  NYS professional certificate in Early Childhood Education and/or Elementary

Education. A minimum of four years full-time classroom teaching experience in a NYS public school, specifically in grades pre-kindergarten to

grade two. Knowledge of and experience with NYSED standards, NYS Education Department Common Core Standards and NYS teacher

certification requirements.  Must have government issued ID and reliable transportation for practicum site observations.


School administrative experience in early childhood/elementary education.  Experience teaching undergraduate early childhood education courses.

Experience with program assessment. Experience teaching online courses. Excellent oral and written communication skills.  Demonstrated

professional activities and/or accomplishments.



This is a Unit III position covered under the Faculty Association of Suffolk County Community College collective bargaining agreement with the College.

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