SUNY Career Development FAQ

Read what SUNY employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

SUNY has a career opportunities rating of 3.5.

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6 English questions out of 6

22 February 2021

How are the career development opportunities at SUNY?

Pros

Great teaching faculty Awesome student population

Cons

Weak leadership Lack of Adjunct recognition Poor decision-making q Aqq

Advice to Management

Recruit long-term adjuncts to full-time positions instead of looking outside the college for unknown quantities - investment in the good quality you have on hand.

Lack of Adjunct recognition

22 February 2021

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2 November 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at SUNY?

Pros

Decent pay, flexibility and opportunity to grow

Cons

There are not many cons working for a state job.

Decent pay, flexibility and opportunity to grow

2 November 2021

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1 July 2021

How are promotions handled at SUNY?

Pros

Good work environment and co workers

Cons

Not a lot of upward mobility

Not a lot of upward mobility

1 July 2021

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3 January 2022

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at SUNY?

Pros

-Good Learning experience with strong internship opportunities

Cons

-Low pay for student employee

Good Learning experience with strong internship opportunities

3 January 2022

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19 June 2020

What is the feeling of job security at SUNY?

Pros

As an instructor, I have the summers off.

Cons

1) As an adjunct, I do not get a paycheck during the summer, and eligibility for unemployment is iffy. 2) I am hired from semester to semester with no job security.

Advice to Management

1) Downsize the number of management positions. Also, reduce management salaries by 15-30 percent. 2) Hire adjunct instructors as full-time lecturers. Give them a living wage and job security.

2) I am hired from semester to semester with no job security.

19 June 2020

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