Statistics

Full-time employees: 315
Part-time employees: 470

Full-Time Employees at NCCC

Teaching Faculty: 119
10-month 118
12-month 1
Counselors: 10
10-month 0
12-month 10
Technical Assistants: 27
10-month 13
12-month 14
Support Staff: 120
Clerical (ESPA): 95 (13 part-time)
Technical (TSPA): 25
Administrators: 33

Applying to NCCC

Niagara County Community College is a SUNY AA/EEO Institution and actively encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities.

Full-time Faculty and Administration

Position vacancy announcements are normally advertised in the Sunday edition of the Buffalo News, Niagara Sunday, the Monday edition of the Tonawanda News, and the Wednesday edition of the Buffalo Challenger.

Persons responding to these announcements should follow the application instructions specified. Applications must include all required materials as stated in the advertisement and must be received or postmarked by the published due date.

Letters of reference should be from sources that can attest to the professional competencies of the applicant and should be from persons associated with the current or most recent employment. For best results, cover letters should be neatly typed and should address each qualification stated in the advertisement.

Support Staff

Most support staff positions are classified positions of the Niagara County Civil Service.

Competitive positions (most clerical positions plus custodians and the storekeeper) are filled from a certified eligible list provided by the County Civil Service Office. Persons interested in the civil service competitive positions should contact the County Civil Service Office for information about testing and placement on the list (phone: 716.438.4071; automated examination number: 716.439.7281; website: www.niagaracounty.com).

Non-competitive positions (maintenance and groundskeepers) are filled from applications that have been approved as qualified to fill the position by the County Civil Service Office. Persons interested in non-competitive positions may submit a resume or call to request an application that will be kept on file for one year.

Part-Time Instructors

Persons interested in teaching part time may submit a cover letter outlining their areas of expertise and availability to teach day and/or evening classes, along with a resume, unofficial transcripts, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references, to the Office of Human Resources. Materials will be sent to the appropriate division/department head for consideration in the event a vacancy arises.

Part-Time Temporary Positions

Occasionally, the need arises to fill clerical positions and other professional staff positions on a part-time or temporary basis. Persons may submit a cover letter indicating expertise and area of work interest, along with a resume and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references, to the Office of Human Resources. Resumes will be kept on file for one year and reviewed if a need arises.

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