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Stanly Community College
Human Resource Division
141 College Drive
Albemarle, NC   28001

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Associate Vice President for Fiscal Services

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY: Coordinates the administrative direction for the different College operations to include the planning, development, implementation, and monitoring of these areas, and their policies and procedures.   WORK PERFORMED: Coordinate the management of all financial operations of the College; prepare records, financial analyses, and provide appropriate controls and audits. Coordinate the preparation of the College budgets with the Vice President, President, and other personnel of the College. Coordinate the management of the physical plant in its operation and maintenance. Coordinate the management of purchasing, bookstore, and food service operations and fixed property control system. Coordinate financial control of auxiliary enterprises and service departments. Coordinate the financial management of student aid and scholarships and review the collection, disbursement, and required reports. Review the authentication of College contracts, licenses ...

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY:

Coordinates the administrative direction for the different College operations to include the planning, development, implementation, and monitoring of these areas, and their policies and procedures.

 

WORK PERFORMED:

Coordinate the management of all financial operations of the College; prepare records, financial analyses, and provide appropriate controls and audits.

Coordinate the preparation of the College budgets with the Vice President, President, and other personnel of the College.

Coordinate the management of the physical plant in its operation and maintenance.

Coordinate the management of purchasing, bookstore, and food service operations and fixed property control system.

Coordinate financial control of auxiliary enterprises and service departments.

Coordinate the financial management of student aid and scholarships and review the collection, disbursement, and required reports.

Review the authentication of College contracts, licenses, and permits.

Coordinate the administration of funds for all College accounts.

Coordinate the utility systems, safety and security programs, parking, and communications for the College.

Coordinate the facility utilization and IPEDS reports for the College.

Monitor the College’s investments.

Coordinate the insurance program for the physical plant, College owned vehicles, and all other insurance programs.

Coordinate and monitor the computer technology needs and training for the Division.

Coordinate the financial management of the SCC Foundation.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree, MBA or CPA preferred

 

Physical Requirements

Generally works in an office environment.

Occasional evening and weekend hours and some overnight travel required.

Work environment can be stressful in dealing with a wide variety of challenges and deadlines

 

EXPERIENCE:

 Minimum – Five years’ Experience in Financial Management at a College, University, or Comparable Business/Industry Setting.

 

Application Deadline: March 31, 2015

Porposed Starting Date: June 1, 2015

 

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Dean of Administrative and Facilities Services

Occupational Summary: Direct and administer maintenance and operations programs. Participate in the planning, design, review, and integration of construction projects. Responsible for the physical condition of buildings, grounds, and equipment. Responsible for short- and long-term planning and managing activities and resources to maintain the College's facilities, including leadership and supervision of maintenance, housekeeping, and grounds maintenance to provide a safe and comfortable learning and working environment.   Duties & Responsibilities: Effectively lead, guide, direct, supervise, and set priorities for facilities staff. Manage and evaluate performance, and work closely with designated personnel to ensure that required safety and professional development training is completed. Assist Campus Security personnel with emergency preparedness and response, and serve as a member of the College’s Emergency Response Team.  Responsible for facility sa ...

Occupational Summary:

Direct and administer maintenance and operations programs. Participate in the planning, design, review, and integration of construction projects. Responsible for the physical condition of buildings, grounds, and equipment. Responsible for short- and long-term planning and managing activities and resources to maintain the College's facilities, including leadership and supervision of maintenance, housekeeping, and grounds maintenance to provide a safe and comfortable learning and working environment.

 

Duties & Responsibilities:

Effectively lead, guide, direct, supervise, and set priorities for facilities staff. Manage and evaluate performance, and work closely with designated personnel to ensure that required safety and professional development training is completed.

Assist Campus Security personnel with emergency preparedness and response, and serve as a member of the College’s Emergency Response Team.  Responsible for facility safety and physical ADA compliance standards.

Develop, implement, monitor, and control operating plans, budgets, and expenditures for areas of responsibility. Direct the purchase of materials, equipment, parts, contracted services, and other services related to facilities management. Develop project requirements and establish project estimates as needed.

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with administrators, contractors, and staff personnel. Develop, plan, and manage construction and remodeling activities and projects and serve as a liaison with architects, construction managers, other construction personnel, State Construction Office, Stanly County agencies, and the administration to ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget.

Serves as College’s Capital Projects Coordinator, primarily responsible for the direction, completion, and financial outcome of construction projects to include directing activities related to contract administration, change orders, procurement, and financial projections. Schedule requirements to ensure projects are completed on time, on budget, and per expectations.

Manage sub-contractors for repairs, installations, and related activities and projects.

Assist in the development and maintenance of long-range facilities master planning.

Assist in the development of funding for construction and remodeling projects (e.g., state and county funds, bonds, and private sources).

Maintain building and campus blueprints and drawings.

Work closely with the purchasing function to plan, direct, and prepare bid specifications and documents. Assist with analyzing bids and making recommendations for awarding bids, negotiating contracts, performing cost analysis for special procurement recommendations, and maintaining current vendor resources.

Analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of facilities plans, procedures, and programs. Prepare and maintain operational plans and implement systems to measure and report performance. Develop, monitor, and maintain a preventive maintenance program to increase the efficiency and operating life of all equipment, buildings, and infrastructural systems such as electrical, mechanical, heating, air conditioning, and plumbing.

Anticipate conditions, plan, establish priorities and schedules, and meet established deadlines. Establish criteria, procedures, and schedules for facility operations and services including planned and unplanned maintenance, housekeeping (i.e., floor surfaces, furniture, equipment, and waste management), and grounds (i.e., landscaping, ice and snow removal).

Monitor utility usage (i.e., electricity, propane gas, water) and implement energy management initiatives and projects designed to reduce energy usage and cost.

Monitor maintenance and related operations work, including the work of contractors, to ensure compliance with applicable safety, health, and environmental laws and regulations.

Serve as the College’s primary point of contact for facilities-related needs. Assist the campus community with facilities-related projects such as event coordination and work collaboratively in order to achieve and maintain positive and productive working relationships.

Select, train, motivate, and evaluate personnel.  Coordinate staff training and professional development; counsel with employees to correct deficiencies in performance, implement disciplinary and termination procedures if necessary.

Schedule 8 hours per week at other campus sites, including Crutchfield, West Main and Cosmetology.

Respond to security/fire/maintenance issues or alarms on/off duty hours.

Responsible for the supervision of the College Duplicating Services and Mail/Courier Services.

Represent the College at a variety of meetings, functions, and committees, including construction, maintenance, and operations-related activities.

Maintain a high standard of professional and ethical practice in representing the College. Demonstrate knowledge of the field with continued adherence to professional accountability. Provide a high level of service to customers by establishing and maintaining effective working relationships and partnerships. Accept responsibility for managing situations and problems. Work cooperatively with team members and colleagues, contributing positively and constructively to the achievement of team and College objectives. Adhere to the College's policies, procedures, and other established guidelines. Perform other duties as assigned, including special projects.

 

Minimum Education Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution required.    Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Facilities Management or a related field from an accredited institution preferred. Master’s degree preferred.

 

Minimum Experience Qualifications:

At least five years of general facilities management experience or experience managing large-scale construction and renovation projects of at least 25,000 sq. ft. required.

Facilities management and construction experience in an educational setting preferred.

At least five years of supervisory experience required.

Knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and related systems required.   

Knowledge of environmental, health, and safety codes and regulations required.

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, required.

 

Physical Requirements:

Generally works in an office environment; but may sit, stand, or walk for long periods of time.

Occasional bending, stooping, reaching with the ability to lift/maneuver items weighing up to 25 pounds.

Occasional exposure to elements such as weather, noise, dust, and odors.

Evening and weekend hours and some overnight travel required.

Work environment can be stressful in dealing with a wide variety of challenges and deadlines.

 

Application Deadline: March 31, 2015

Proposed Starting Date: June 1, 2015

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Dean of Business Services

Occupational Summary To plan, direct and review the financial and accounting activities and operations of the College including fiscal control and planning, budget accounting, and financial reporting; to coordinate assigned activities with other departments and divisions of the College; and to provide support to the Vice President of Administrative Services/CFO.   Work Performed Maintain complete and systematic records of all business transactions as required for State, County, and Institutional funds Supervise personnel in Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, General Accounting, Cash Receipting, Budgeting, Financial Reporting, Payroll and Purchasing Responsible for accounting functions in the Business Office areas Supervise activities of the Business Office including planning and organizing accounting procedures and internal controls Interpret and advise administrative managers of all fiscal matters relating to state, local and federal laws, rules, and regulatio ...

Occupational Summary

To plan, direct and review the financial and accounting activities and operations of the College including fiscal control and planning, budget accounting, and financial reporting; to coordinate assigned activities with other departments and divisions of the College; and to provide support to the Vice President of Administrative Services/CFO.

 

Work Performed

Maintain complete and systematic records of all business transactions as required for State, County, and Institutional funds

Supervise personnel in Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, General Accounting, Cash Receipting, Budgeting, Financial Reporting, Payroll and Purchasing

Responsible for accounting functions in the Business Office areas

Supervise activities of the Business Office including planning and organizing accounting procedures and internal controls

Interpret and advise administrative managers of all fiscal matters relating to state, local and federal laws, rules, and regulations

Assist Vice Presidents, Associate Vice Presidents, Deans, and Department Heads with questions concerning their budgets and expenditures

Check all State, County, and Institutional fund records of revenue and expenditures so as to keep these funds in balance

Maintain legitimacy of all account codes and update the account coding system of all expenditures, revenues, and general ledger accounts

Assist Business Office staff at fiscal year-end with:

  • Preparing accruals and receivables for general expense, payroll, and general ledger
  • Preparing adjusting entries
  • Balancing all funds
  • Fixed Asset Reconciliations
  • Closing out financial records and opening records for new fiscal year
  • Preparing individual fund reports in Institutional funds for Board of Trustees and State Auditor
  • Preparing financial statements for State Auditor, including grouping sheets of funds and footnotes
  • Providing documentation of adjustments, receivables, accruals, and inventories for Auditor’s review

Run the close out processes within the General Ledger on monthly basis and at the year end

Coordinate registration dates and schedules with annual college calendar

Coordinate registration process with Registrar

Supervise reconciliation of all bank statements, maintain CORE Banking set up with State Treasurer’s Office, and maintain cash management plan with the Office of State Controller.

Administer the Voluntary Short Term Investment Program maintained by the State Treasurer

Maintain and make monthly entries to reconcile the College money market accounts

Supervise preparation of all budget revisions and reports and all journal entries

Supervise preparation of all monthly financial reports and file transmissions

Supervise the processing of restricted loans and scholarships to students accounts

Supervise the invoicing process of all deferred students and their costs

Supervise the reimbursement process for all state, local, and federal grants

Schedule 8 hours per week at Crutchfield Center

Perform other duties as prescribed by the Vice President of Administrative Services/CFO

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein

 

Minimum Education Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, business administration, public administration or finance administration from an accredited institution required.

 

Minimum Experience Qualifications:

At least five years of general accounting or business office experience required. Customer service   experience and experience with Microsoft Office Suite required.  Experience in an educational/community college setting preferred.  Supervisory experience preferred.  Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, required.

 

Physical Requirements:

Generally works in an office environment.

Occasional evening and weekend hours and some overnight travel required.

Work environment can be stressful in dealing with a wide variety of challenges and deadlines.

 

Application Deadline: March 31, 2015

Proposed Starting Date: June 1, 2015

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Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Instructor - Albemarle Correctional Institute (ACI)

Plans, develops, and teaches curriculum courses in all areas of HVAC programs such as safety, heating, cooling, refrigerant gases, system design, code requirements, and heat pump technology within the Albemarle Correctional Institution (ACI).  Teach classroom sessions 30 hours per week, conduct subject research, evaluate student progress, develop instructional plans, advise students, review, research and request new materials, maintain records, and prepare a variety of reports.  Maintain the Vocational Technology lab at ACI. WORK PERFORMED: Assist with scheduling for curriculum and non-curriculum vocational courses. Develop syllabi for and instructs courses in HVAC and related fields. Participate in student recruitment and retention for the HVAC program.  Participate in registration and pre-registration activities. Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements. ...

Plans, develops, and teaches curriculum courses in all areas of HVAC programs such as safety, heating, cooling, refrigerant gases, system design, code requirements, and heat pump technology within the Albemarle Correctional Institution (ACI).  Teach classroom sessions 30 hours per week, conduct subject research, evaluate student progress, develop instructional plans, advise students, review, research and request new materials, maintain records, and prepare a variety of reports.  Maintain the Vocational Technology lab at ACI.

WORK PERFORMED:

Assist with scheduling for curriculum and non-curriculum vocational courses.

Develop syllabi for and instructs courses in HVAC and related fields.

Participate in student recruitment and retention for the HVAC program. 

Participate in registration and pre-registration activities.

Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements.

Create, administer, maintain, and manage records of attendance, quizzes/tests/exams, projects, activities and reports for student course evaluation.

Evaluate student progress, and participates in retention for the ACI vocational programs.

Advise students on a bi-semester basis regarding their academic progress.

Participate in the course/curriculum revision process as needed for field or related areas.

Participate in the evaluation, selection, and acquisition of instructional materials, audio-visual aids, support and equipment needs. 

Establish course offerings and scheduling for curriculum courses. 

Determine program budget needs for equipment and supplies and recommend purchases when appropriate. 

Maintain and inventory equipment in vocational lab on an annual basis. 

Participate in professional organizations, attend conferences and workshops as appropriate and maintain professional contacts with instructors in similar instructional areas on other campuses. 

Serve on a variety of campus committees and participate in required campus activities.

Review and recommend texts for use in program courses, within established guidelines.

Attend AMIT and other appropriate college meetings.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

EDUCATIONAL LEVEL: Associate Degree or equivalent work experience in HVAC Technology or related field.  Associate Degree in HVAC Technology preferred.

EXPERIENCE:  Five years desired

 

Application Deadline: Open Unti Filled

Proposed Start Date: January 5, 2014

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JOB POSTING UPDATES

Custodian/Maintenance Worker – FILLED eLearning Student Support Coordinator – FILLED Dean of Enrollment Management & Academic Support Services – FILLED Coordinator of Student Support for the School of Transfer – FILLED Full-Time Instructor – Math/University Transfer Advisor – FILLED Campus Security Officer - FILLED Eagle's One Stop Mentor - FILLED Director of Grant Services - FILLED Pre-College Associate/HRD/CRC/CCP - FILLED ESL Testing Transitions Coordinator - FILLED Financial Aid Liaison - FILLED Career and College Promise Success Coach Advisor - In Process Studio Manager - In Process Financial Aid Associate - In Process ...

Custodian/Maintenance Worker – FILLED

eLearning Student Support Coordinator – FILLED

Dean of Enrollment Management & Academic Support Services – FILLED

Coordinator of Student Support for the School of Transfer – FILLED

Full-Time Instructor – Math/University Transfer Advisor – FILLED

Campus Security Officer - FILLED

Eagle's One Stop Mentor - FILLED

Director of Grant Services - FILLED

Pre-College Associate/HRD/CRC/CCP - FILLED

ESL Testing Transitions Coordinator - FILLED

Financial Aid Liaison - FILLED

Career and College Promise Success Coach Advisor - In Process

Studio Manager - In Process

Financial Aid Associate - In Process

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Part-Time ABE/GED Instructor

Adult Basic Education/General Education Development Instuctor Job Duties: Teach classes as assigned each semester and keep accurate attendance records. Create, administer, grade and maintain records for students in each course. Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audio-visual aids, and equipment needs. Participate in student recruitment. Advise/coach students as they progress Fill out registration forms and LEIS forms for each student enrolled in class. Attend meetings, conferences, and training sessions as required. Develop and/or revise course outlines, lesson plans, tests and other instructional materials as needed   Minimum Qualifications:          Hold a current teaching certificate k-12 or ABE/GED credential through the NC Community College System Understand the challenges that adult learners face   Application Deadline: March 31, 2015 ...

Adult Basic Education/General Education Development Instuctor

Job Duties:

Teach classes as assigned each semester and keep accurate attendance records.

Create, administer, grade and maintain records for students in each course.

Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audio-visual aids, and equipment needs.

Participate in student recruitment.

Advise/coach students as they progress

Fill out registration forms and LEIS forms for each student enrolled in class.

Attend meetings, conferences, and training sessions as required.

Develop and/or revise course outlines, lesson plans, tests and other instructional materials as needed

 

Minimum Qualifications:         

Hold a current teaching certificate k-12 or ABE/GED credential through the NC Community College System

Understand the challenges that adult learners face

 

Application Deadline: March 31, 2015

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Part-Time Electrical Lineman Instructor

We are building a pool of adjunct instructors for the Electrical Lineman program.  Instructors will teach classroom sessions, conduct research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluate student progress, and develop instructional plans. Review and request new materials, maintain records, and prepare a variety of reports as requested. Will be teaching with a team of instructors for the 8 week long Electrical Lineman course.  Coursework includes Safe Line Truck Operations, Pole Climbing Safety, Line Construction, Single Phase to Three Phase Conversion, Transformer Installation and Service, and other related topics.   Verified proficiency will be judged through a pre-employment skills test.   Work Performed: Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements. Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for eval ...

We are building a pool of adjunct instructors for the Electrical Lineman program.  Instructors will teach classroom sessions, conduct research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluate student progress, and develop instructional plans. Review and request new materials, maintain records, and prepare a variety of reports as requested. Will be teaching with a team of instructors for the 8 week long Electrical Lineman course.  Coursework includes Safe Line Truck Operations, Pole Climbing Safety, Line Construction, Single Phase to Three Phase Conversion, Transformer Installation and Service, and other related topics.   Verified proficiency will be judged through a pre-employment skills test.

 

Work Performed:

Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements.

Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course.

Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in field or related areas.

Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts.

Review and recommend texts for use in program courses, within established guidelines.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

C.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum qualifications: Some technical/professional training beyond high school, 15 years Electrical Lineman experience.

Required experience: 15 years Electrical Lineman experience required. Additionally, experience in Community College technical instruction will be considered.  Application deadline: open until filled.  

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Part-Time ESL Instructor

English as a Second Language Instructor Job Duties: Teach classes as assigned each semester and keep accurate attendance records. Create, administer, grade and maintain records for students in each course. Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audio-visual aids, and equipment needs. Participate in student recruitment. Advise/coach students as they progress Fill out registration forms and LEIS forms for each student enrolled in class. Attend meetings, conferences, and training sessions as required. Develop and/or revise course outlines, lesson plans, tests and other instructional materials as need.   Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree or higher Previous teaching experience Understand the challenges that adult learners face   Application Deadline: March 31, 2015 ...

English as a Second Language Instructor

Job Duties:

Teach classes as assigned each semester and keep accurate attendance records.

Create, administer, grade and maintain records for students in each course.

Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audio-visual aids, and equipment needs.

Participate in student recruitment.

Advise/coach students as they progress

Fill out registration forms and LEIS forms for each student enrolled in class.

Attend meetings, conferences, and training sessions as required.

Develop and/or revise course outlines, lesson plans, tests and other instructional materials as need.

 

Minimum Qualifications: 

Bachelor’s degree or higher

Previous teaching experience

Understand the challenges that adult learners face

 

Application Deadline: March 31, 2015

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Part-Time HVAC Instructor

Stanly Community College is building a pool of part time instructors for our upcoming Continuing Education and Curriculum HVAC courses.  General duties will include classroom instruction, lab instruction and oversight, research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluation of student progress, development of instructional plans, recruitment, and retention of students.   Verified proficiency will be judged though a pre-employment skills test. Work Performed: Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements. Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course. Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in field or related areas. Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts. Review and recommend texts for use in program courses, within estab ...

Stanly Community College is building a pool of part time instructors for our upcoming Continuing Education and Curriculum HVAC courses.  General duties will include classroom instruction, lab instruction and oversight, research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluation of student progress, development of instructional plans, recruitment, and retention of students.   Verified proficiency will be judged though a pre-employment skills test.

Work Performed:

Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements.

Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course.

Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in field or related areas.

Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts.

Review and recommend texts for use in program courses, within established guidelines.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

Minimum qualifications: Associate Degree in field of HVAC.  Special attention will be given to education and work experience. 

 

Required experience: Demonstrated performance in residential and industrial HVAC work. Additionally, experience in Community College technical instruction will be considered.  Application deadline: open until filled.  

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Part-Time Manual/CNC Machining Instructor

Stanly Community College is building a pool of part time instructors for our upcoming Continuing Education and Curriculum manual and CNC machining courses.  General duties will include classroom instruction, lab instruction and oversight, research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluation of student progress, development of instructional plans, recruitment, and retention of students.   Verified proficiency will be judged though a pre-employment skills test.   Work Performed: Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements. Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course. Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in field or related areas. Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts. Review and recommend texts for use in ...

Stanly Community College is building a pool of part time instructors for our upcoming Continuing Education and Curriculum manual and CNC machining courses.  General duties will include classroom instruction, lab instruction and oversight, research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluation of student progress, development of instructional plans, recruitment, and retention of students.   Verified proficiency will be judged though a pre-employment skills test.

 

Work Performed:

Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements.

Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course.

Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in field or related areas.

Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts.

Review and recommend texts for use in program courses, within established guidelines.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

Minimum qualifications:

Associates Degree in Machining or closely related field.  Special attention will be given to education and work experience.  Must have experience with both manual and CNC mills and lathes.  Experience with Haas CNC machines is a plus.

 

Required experience:

Demonstrated performance in manual and CNC mill and lathe operation.  Minimum of 3 years of industry experience. Additionally, experience in Community College technical instruction will be considered.  Application deadline: open until filled.  

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Part-Time Welding Instructor

Stanly Community College is building a pool of part time instructors for our upcoming Continuing Education and Curriculum Welding courses.  General duties will include classroom instruction, lab instruction and oversight, research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluation of student progress, development of instructional plans, recruitment, and retention of students.   Verified proficiency will be judged though a pre-employment skills test.   Work Performed: Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements. Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course. Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in field or related areas. Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts Review and recommend texts for use in program courses, w ...

Stanly Community College is building a pool of part time instructors for our upcoming Continuing Education and Curriculum Welding courses.  General duties will include classroom instruction, lab instruction and oversight, research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluation of student progress, development of instructional plans, recruitment, and retention of students.   Verified proficiency will be judged though a pre-employment skills test.

 

Work Performed:

Teach classes as assigned each semester, prepare syllabi and distribute appropriately, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements.

Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course.

Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in field or related areas.

Participate in student recruitment and retention efforts

Review and recommend texts for use in program courses, within established guidelines.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

Minimum qualifications:

Candidate must have some college or specialized training, with an emphasis on competence gained through work experience.  Associates Degree in Welding preferred.  Special attention will be given to education and work experience.  Must have experience with Stick (SMAW), Mig (GMAW), Tig (GTAW), and Flux Core welding; and Oxy-fuel cutting.

 

Required experience:

Demonstrated performance in industrial welding.  Minimum of 3 years of industry experience. Additionally, experience in Community College technical instruction will be considered.  Application deadline: open until filled.  

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