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

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Adjunct Instructor at Albemarle Correctional Institute, Math

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY: 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.   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.   EDUCATIONAL LEVEL:  Masters Degree with 18 graduate hours in Math. ...

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY:

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.

 

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.

 

EDUCATIONAL LEVEL:  Masters Degree with 18 graduate hours in Math.

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Associate Vice President of Student Success; Dean of Students

Occupation Summary Provide leadership and administrative direction for the operation and management of Student Success including Enrollment Management, Financial Aid Management, Counseling and Disability Services, the Office of the Assistant Dean of Students and Career Placement, and Student Life and Learning. Address and ensure appropriate policies and procedures are followed when dealing with academic probation, student code of conduct, legal issues of students including admissions, readmission, records and discrimination. Stay abreast of Federal, State and Local policies and procedures ensuring the College is in compliance.  Bring forth to the Executive Leadership Team proposals on policies/procedures, efficiencies, and new programs, initiatives and funding sources. Actively pursue and participate in related grant writing and administration. Serve as the College’s Dean of Students.   Work Performed Administer the overall leadership and coordination, with appr ...

Occupation Summary

Provide leadership and administrative direction for the operation and management of Student Success including Enrollment Management, Financial Aid Management, Counseling and Disability Services, the Office of the Assistant Dean of Students and Career Placement, and Student Life and Learning. Address and ensure appropriate policies and procedures are followed when dealing with academic probation, student code of conduct, legal issues of students including admissions, readmission, records and discrimination. Stay abreast of Federal, State and Local policies and procedures ensuring the College is in compliance.  Bring forth to the Executive Leadership Team proposals on policies/procedures, efficiencies, and new programs, initiatives and funding sources. Actively pursue and participate in related grant writing and administration. Serve as the College’s Dean of Students.

 

Work Performed

Administer the overall leadership and coordination, with appropriate Deans, Associate Deans and Directors of services, programs, budgets, and policies for admissions, residency, financial aid and scholarships, placement testing, career counseling and job placement, student advising, transfer counseling, personal counseling, ADA services, retention, child care grants, academic probation, records and registration, student privacy rights, LRC, Student Success Center, Eagles One Stop, New Student Orientation, and college student success courses.

Supervise annual planning for the Student Success areas to include the setting of divisional and departmental goals.

Monitor and evaluate the Student Success Division to determine quality of service and fulfillment of student, faculty and staff needs, and incorporate results into the annual plans.

Prepare, administer and monitor the divisional budget with regard to salaries, professional development, supplies, travel and equipment.

Interview and recommend the employment and reemployment of Student Success personnel.

Address student complaints and resolve problems.

Develop and implement policies and procedures relating to students and Student Success and serve as the liaison to faculty, parents, and administration to interpret said policies and implement areas of responsibilities.

Direct the compilation of data, statistical information and the preparation of a variety of reports and analyses in addition to appropriate recommendations or conclusions concerning the divisional areas.

Provide leadership for long-range planning for all areas of Student Success and as the division relates to the College and its community.

Provide leadership in the development and publication of the official administrative and academic calendars of the College.

Oversee the New Student Orientation Program, and First and Second Year Experiences.

Serve on institutional committees as assigned.

Perform other duties incidental to the work described herein or as the directive of the EVP of Educational Services and/or President.

 

Education:     Master’s degree

 

Experience:    Minimum five years in community college system

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Associate Vice President of Advanced Manufacturing and Industrial Technology - FILLED ESL & ACI College and Career Readiness Coordinator - ON HOLD eLearning Designer (grant funded) - FILLED Director of Outreach - FILLED Associate Learning Technologist - ON HOLD Administrative Assistant OGDE - FILLED Executive Director of the SCC Foundation - FILLED Human Resources Officer - FILLED Full-Time Economics/Business Instructor (9 month) - ON HOLD Cisco Academy Support Center Advisor/Instructor - FILLED Lead Instructor, CNC/Manual Machining - IN PROCESS ...

Associate Vice President of Advanced Manufacturing and Industrial Technology - FILLED

ESL & ACI College and Career Readiness Coordinator - ON HOLD

eLearning Designer (grant funded) - FILLED

Director of Outreach - FILLED

Associate Learning Technologist - ON HOLD

Administrative Assistant OGDE - FILLED

Executive Director of the SCC Foundation - FILLED

Human Resources Officer - FILLED

Full-Time Economics/Business Instructor (9 month) - ON HOLD

Cisco Academy Support Center Advisor/Instructor - FILLED

Lead Instructor, CNC/Manual Machining - IN PROCESS

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Part-Time Foundation Assistant

Position Summary: The Foundation Assistant is responsible for all administrative aspects of development and public relations activities. ·         Scope and Impact: This position reports to the Foundation Director. ·         The Foundation Assistant plays an important role by providing administrative support to the Foundation Office and participating in all fundraising activities including donor and public relations, direct mail appeals, and special events. ·         Address "critical needs" which occur on short notice and will require immediate action. Organization, prioritization, judgment, and problem-solving skills will be challenged on an occasional basis. ·         Types and processes a high volume of correspondence, documents, and other information, which is distributed and ...

Position Summary:

The Foundation Assistant is responsible for all administrative aspects of development and public relations activities.

·         Scope and Impact: This position reports to the Foundation Director.

·         The Foundation Assistant plays an important role by providing administrative support to the Foundation Office and participating in all fundraising activities including donor and public relations, direct mail appeals, and special events.

·         Address "critical needs" which occur on short notice and will require immediate action. Organization, prioritization, judgment, and problem-solving skills will be challenged on an occasional basis.

·         Types and processes a high volume of correspondence, documents, and other information, which is distributed and may be shared with a number of College and external constituents.

·         The Foundation Assistant performs a variety of general and specific office functions of a responsible and complex nature centering on activities of the Foundation Office. This requires a fundamental knowledge of all Foundation functions and advanced knowledge in areas of direct responsibility.

·         The ability to quickly gain knowledge of all aspects of gift and pledge processing, acknowledgments, and gift publicity procedures will be required.

·         The Foundation Assistant will need to explain and interpret policies and procedures on all aspects of gift and pledge processing, and enter gifts, pledges, and related information on a timely basis.

·         The ability to type accurately, edit, and work in a high volume data processing environment is critical.

·         The Foundation Assistant must also be able to coordinate the functions of the Foundation Office with other clerical and professional staff in other College departments.

·         Interacts with major gift, corporate/foundation relations, planned giving, and school based directors of development, regarding the processing, reporting, and logging of major and other gifts, the processing of requests for prospect research, and other data maintenance activities.

 

Principle Accountabilities:

·         Ability to professionally receive incoming telephone calls and visitors.

·         Handle and accurately process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence while adhering to processing deadlines.

·         Maintain confidential foundation, corporation and individual donor files.

·         Create fundraising reports and other database reports as needed.

·         Continually update and correct database records.

·         Assists in preliminary research on prospective corporate foundation and individual donors.

·         Coordinate productions and mailing of appeal letters.

·         Track tax credit donations in the database and keep a file for each tax credit donor.

·         Send appropriate documentation to process credits to donors.

·         Answer donor questions regarding tax credit programs.

·         Maintain guest lists, gather and prepare registration materials and other duties as assigned for fund-raising events.

·         Handle all administrative details associated with the Foundation Board and Committee meetings (i.e. prepare and distribute notices, agendas, minutes, etc.).

·         Prepare media materials for distribution. (i.e. newsletter, copying, filing, mailing, e-mailing)

·         Assemble media and donor kits for events and meetings.

·         Ability to organize and sometimes train student assistants.

·         Process requisitions, purchasing of equipment, supplies and special requests.

·         Other duties as assigned by the Foundation Director

 

Possible performance measures:

·         Success in maintaining accuracy of database records.

·         Accuracy of fundraising reports.

·         Success in coordinating the production of direct mail appeals.

·         Success in maintaining donor hard copy files.

·         Preparation and Knowledge

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Associates or higher degree in a related field or a combination of work / education experience.

A minimum of three years' experience in an administrative position, preferably in a not-for-profit development office

Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint Database management experience – QuickBooks Non-Profit preferred

Excellent verbal and written communications skills

Ability to present information concisely and effectively, both verbally and in writing

Ability to organize and prioritize work

Ability to work independently with little supervision

Excellent interpersonal skills

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Part-Time Instructor - Computer Information Technology

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY: Teach classroom sessions at Albemarle Correctional Facility (ACI), conduct subject research, evaluate student progress, develop instructional plans, advise students, review and request new materials, maintain records, prepare a variety of reports as requested. This job is at ACI.   WORK PERFORMED: Develop syllabi for and instruct courses in Computer Science and related fields. Create, administer, grade and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course. Advise students on a quarterly basis in relation to academic progress. Participate in the evaluation of and acquisition of instructional materials, audio-visual aids, support and equipment needs. Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curriculums in field or related areas. Participate in student recruitment and retention for computer related curriculums. Participate in registration and pre-registration activiti ...

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY:

Teach classroom sessions at Albemarle Correctional Facility (ACI), conduct subject research, evaluate student progress, develop instructional plans, advise students, review and request new materials, maintain records, prepare a variety of reports as requested. This job is at ACI.

 

WORK PERFORMED:

Develop syllabi for and instruct courses in Computer Science and related fields.

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

Advise students on a quarterly basis in relation to academic progress.

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

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

Participate in student recruitment and retention for computer related curriculums.

Participate in registration and pre-registration activities.

Assist students with career opportunities for the future.

Review and recommend texts for use in program courses.

Help install hardware and software in computer labs.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

EDUCATIONAL LEVEL: Bachelor’s Degree

EXPERIENCE: Teaching experience a plus.

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Part-Time Welding Instructor

Stanly Community College is seeking part time instructors for our expanding Continuing Education and Curriculum welding programs. The position is designed as an Adjunct instructor and contact for Piping Industry Welder and Level One Welder, AWS SENSE and NCCER Programs. General duties will include classroom instruction, lab instruction and oversight, recruitment, marketing, and other student related components of the program. Verified proficiency will be judged though a pre-employment skills test.    Minimum qualifications: Associate Degree in field of Welding and / or appropriate AWS welder qualifications and AWS and or NCCER education credentials. Must have certifications or equivalent level of experience in at least one of the following: GTAW/SMAW/ Plate, Pipe and GMAW/FCAW processes. Specific attention will be given to education and experience related to tube welding.  Required experience: Demonstrated performance in Piping Industry and Level One welding proced ...

Stanly Community College is seeking part time instructors for our expanding Continuing Education and Curriculum welding programs. The position is designed as an Adjunct instructor and contact for Piping Industry Welder and Level One Welder, AWS SENSE and NCCER Programs. General duties will include classroom instruction, lab instruction and oversight, recruitment, marketing, and other student related components of the program. Verified proficiency will be judged though a pre-employment skills test. 

 
Minimum qualifications: Associate Degree in field of Welding and / or appropriate AWS welder qualifications and AWS and or NCCER education credentials. Must have certifications or equivalent level of experience in at least one of the following: GTAW/SMAW/ Plate, Pipe and GMAW/FCAW processes. Specific attention will be given to education and experience related to tube welding. 
Required experience: Demonstrated performance in Piping Industry and Level One welding procedures and applications. Additionally, experience in Community College technical instruction, student recruitment, welding fabrication, and shop management will be considered.
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Web Developer

Develop web based tools for various departments and maintain existing in house software development projects. Work with stakeholders to identify the best solution for current challenges.  Maintain and customize the Moodle learning management system.    Duties: ·         Work with learning technologists to provide online learning tools including Moodle LMS. ·         Develop customizations for Moodle LMS. ·         Develop new web based tools for various departments. ·         Research, oversee, and plan technology projects. ·         Maintain and manage web application host servers. ·         Support and extend current web application projects. ·     ...

Develop web based tools for various departments and maintain existing in house software development projects. Work with stakeholders to identify the best solution for current challenges.  Maintain and customize the Moodle learning management system. 

 

Duties:

·         Work with learning technologists to provide online learning tools including Moodle LMS.

·         Develop customizations for Moodle LMS.

·         Develop new web based tools for various departments.

·         Research, oversee, and plan technology projects.

·         Maintain and manage web application host servers.

·         Support and extend current web application projects.

·         Support and maintain all existing web servers.

·         Support and maintain streaming media servers.

·         Serve on college committees, as needed.

·         Manage Google Apps integration

 

 

Required Knowledge and Skills:

·         Ability to work cooperatively with institutional personnel to develop customized solutions.

·         PHP, JavaScript, XHTML, AJAX, CSS, SQL

·         Designing and supporting relational database systems.

·         Object-oriented programming concepts

 

Additional Skills Desired:

·         Linux server management

·         Internet Information Services  (IIS), Apache web server, LIGHTTPD web server, Apache Tomcat

·         .NET Framework

·         Joomla CMS, WordPress CMS

·         Envision, Datatel Colleague

·         Unidata database

·         C# and Java programming languages

·         CodeIgniter PHP framework

·         Moodle framework

·         Adobe streaming server 3.0, Windows Media Server

·         SharePoint

·         Apache Maven, Apache Ant

 

Education:

Required:  Associate Degree in a Software Development related field. 

Optional:  Industry certifications are a plus.

 

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