Employment @ C-GCC – CGCC

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Employment @ C-GCC

Employment @ C-GCC


FT, Director of Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness

The Office of Academic Affairs is seeking a twelve-month temporary, Director of Institutional Research, Planning, and Effectiveness with the potential for permanent appointment thereafter. GENERAL STATEMENT: The Director of Institutional Research, Planning, and Effectiveness promotes a culture of innovation and continuous improvement by providing the campus community with user-friendly data and information to help support […]


PT, Women’s Head Softball Coach

The position is part time and reports to the Director of Athletics. DESCRIPTION/DUTIES: • Coordinate all recruiting activities for the program and with the Admissions/Athletic Department liaison and adhere to all institutional admissions policies and procedures on a consistent basis. • Plan and implement various phases of coaching, recruiting, training, conditioning, practices, game preparation and […]


To be considered for employment opportunities at Columbia-Greene Community College, please send cover letter, resume and contact information of three professional references via our Human Resources Contact Form. You may also write to us at:

Attention: Director of Human Resources
Columbia-Greene Community College
4400 Route 23
Hudson, NY 12534

or call the Human Resources Office at (518) 828-4181 extension 3337 for more information.

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