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

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Electrical/Electronics Technology & Industrial Maintenance Instructor - ACI (12 month)

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY: Plans, develops, and teaches curriculum and occupational extension courses in one or more areas such as electrical theory, residential wiring, motor controls, the National Electrical Code, and industrial maintenance at Albemarle Correctional Institute (ACI).  Conducts subject area research, evaluates student progress, develops instructional plans, advises students, reviews, researches, and requests new materials, maintains records, and prepares a variety of reports as requested.  Assists in maintenance of classroom and lab areas at Albemarle Correctional Institute (ACI).   WORK PERFORMED: Assist with scheduling for curriculum and non-curriculum vocational courses. Assist with developing syllabi for and instruct courses in one or more areas such as electrical theory, electrical systems installation, National Electric Code, electric motors and controls, industrial maintenance, and related fields. Participate in student evaluation, and rete ...

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY:

Plans, develops, and teaches curriculum and occupational extension courses in one or more areas such as electrical theory, residential wiring, motor controls, the National Electrical Code, and industrial maintenance at Albemarle Correctional Institute (ACI).  Conducts subject area research, evaluates student progress, develops instructional plans, advises students, reviews, researches, and requests new materials, maintains records, and prepares a variety of reports as requested.  Assists in maintenance of classroom and lab areas at Albemarle Correctional Institute (ACI).

 

WORK PERFORMED:

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

Assist with developing syllabi for and instruct courses in one or more areas such as electrical theory, electrical systems installation, National Electric Code, electric motors and controls, industrial maintenance, and related fields.

Participate in student evaluation, and retention for vocational programs.

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 participate 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. 

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 in Electrical/Electronics Technology, Industrial Maintenance, or closely related field. 

EXPERIENCE:  Three years desired

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled

PROPOSED STARTING DATE: May 26, 2015

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Full-Time Instructor - Business Department (9 month)

Teach classroom sessions, conduct subject research, evaluate student progress, develop instructional plans, , review and request new materials, maintain records, prepare a variety of reports as requested, and, in conjunction with the program head, implement, supervise, and evaluate co-op activities for business students.   WORK PERFORMED: ·         Develop syllabi for and instruct courses in business and related fields. ·         Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course. ·         Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audiovisual aids, and equipment needs. ·         Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in field or related ...

Teach classroom sessions, conduct subject research, evaluate student progress, develop instructional plans, , review and request new materials, maintain records, prepare a variety of reports as requested, and, in conjunction with the program head, implement, supervise, and evaluate co-op activities for business students.

 

WORK PERFORMED:

·         Develop syllabi for and instruct courses in business and related fields.

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

·         Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audiovisual aids, and equipment needs.

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

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

·         Participate in student recruitment and retention for the business programs.

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

·         Maintain daily office hours as part of the weekly workload.

·         Establish industry contacts and make arrangements for guest speakers, field trips, etc.

·         Participate in registration and preregistration activities.

·         Assist students with career opportunities in conjunction with Student Services.

·         Review, recommend, and order texts for use in program courses.

·         Assist in recruiting, training and evaluating part time instructors.

·         Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

·         Advise, supervise and maintain records for students in co-op.

·         Assist Co-op Director in locating appropriate co-op jobs.

 

EDUCATIONAL LEVEL:

MA in Business Administration with 18 graduate hours in economics 

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Human Resources Officer

Occupational Summary Position will be responsible for management of the Office of Human Resources and will direct the Human Resource functions for the college. Position reports to the Vice President of Organizational Growth, Development, and Effectiveness. This individual is responsible for all aspects of faculty and staff personnel administration including recruitment, hiring, monitoring of performance evaluation processes, leave and benefits administration, and compliance with college policies and procedures.   Education and Experience Level Required: Bachelor’s Degree with five years of full-time, management-level work experience in human resources administration. Preferred: Master’s Degree with ten years of management-level experience in human resources administration. The SPHR, CEBS, CCP, CBP or similar types of certifications would be desirable along with previous work experience involving principles and practices of higher education administration. & ...

Occupational Summary

Position will be responsible for management of the Office of Human Resources and will direct the Human Resource functions for the college. Position reports to the Vice President of Organizational Growth, Development, and Effectiveness. This individual is responsible for all aspects of faculty and staff personnel administration including recruitment, hiring, monitoring of performance evaluation processes, leave and benefits administration, and compliance with college policies and procedures.

 

Education and Experience Level

Required: Bachelor’s Degree with five years of full-time, management-level work experience in human resources administration.

Preferred: Master’s Degree with ten years of management-level experience in human resources administration. The SPHR, CEBS, CCP, CBP or similar types of certifications would be desirable along with previous work experience involving principles and practices of higher education administration.

 

Required Competencies and Skills

Individual filling this position will possess the ability to:

·Supervise and lead

·Function under a high degree of confidentiality

·Analyze and problem solve

·Organize and complete complex projects and to work under tight deadlines

·Demonstrate effective oral and written communication

·Interpret employment laws and regulations, human resources management theories, and apply principles to practices

·Respond to common inquiries or complaints from internal or external customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community

·work as a part of a team

 

Description of duties:

·Develop, recommend, evaluate, and maintain current knowledge of the college’s personnel policies and procedures in accordance with all federal and state regulations regarding employment.

·Lead compliance with all existing governmental and labor legal and government reporting requirements including any related to the EEO, ADA, FMLA, ERISA, DOL, and worker compensation, and so forth.

·Create position vacancy announcements, newspaper advertisements, and other advertisements for recruitment of new personnel.

·Maintain all employment documentation for each vacancy.

·Guide and assist Search Committees ensuring search documentation is consistent, complete, & within policy parameters.

·Evaluate applicant qualifications & EOE to the President, Vice President or appropriate supervisor.

·Conduct all new employee orientations and assist all employees in completing required personnel forms as well as assist existing employees with benefit changes.

·Coordinate yearly influenza vaccine and wellness clinics.

·Establish and maintain training and files regarding immunization status as well as sexual harassment training, safety training, communicable disease training, and drug-free policy review.

·Establish and conduct supervisor/manager training.

·Oversee the collection of data and processing of all paperwork and reports regarding personnel, address changes, staff information, new hires, and benefits in a confidential manner.

·Conduct yearly open enrollment for Colonial Products, vision program, and dental insurance programs.

·Lead benefit orientations and benefit training.

·Coordinate new employee packets, Eligibility Verifications Forms (I-9), and other personnel related forms.

·Train and assist with position and benefit setup in the Colleague System

·Maintain a Master Vacancy List

·Maintain and update Stanly Community College Job Description Manual and direct job description revisions annually.

·Maintain and update organizational charts.

·Update the Staff Positions by Level information for salary use, and manage the College Staff Salary Plan.

·Supervise bi-monthly New Hire Report for the North Carolina New Hire Reporting Program.

·Coordinate Employee Recognition Events – maintain database for years of SCC service.

·Administer all benefit programs for the College.

·Coordinate informational requests from outside firms via phone, mail, & in person.  Conduct criminal background checks and drug screenings as needed.

·Supervise employees and workflow for the Human Resources Office

·Monitor staff performance appraisal completions.

·Coordinate supervisor evaluations annually.

·Assist supervisors with performance management that includes performance development and improvement plans.

·Advise supervisors in the progressive discipline policy and monitors implementation of a performance improvement process with non-performing employees.

·Employee relations: protect the interests of employees and the College in accordance with College Human Resources policies and governmental laws and regulations.

·Administer SCC’s Workers’ Compensation program.

·Coordinate all Human Resources reporting to external agencies, such as the IPEDs report and the Staff Information Report.

·Conduct investigations when employee complaints or concerns are brought forth.

·Serve as the Title IX representative for employee complaints.

·Attend appropriate meetings and serve on committees as requested.

·Provide exemplary customer service to internal and external customers and help resolve employee relations issues.

·Perform other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Organizational Growth, Development, and Effectiveness and the President.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

PROPOSED STARTING DATE: MAY 4

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JOB POSTING UPDATES

Studio Manager - Filled Financial Aid Associate - FILLED Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Instructor (ACI) – FILLED Part-Time ABE/GED Instructor – FILLED Part-Time ESL Instructor – FILLED Retention Specialist I – In Process Associate Vice President of Fiscal Services – In Process Dean of Business Services – In Process Dean of Auxiliary Services – In Process History Instructor/University Transfer Advisor (9 Month) – In Process Dean of Administrative and Facilities Services – In Process ...

Studio Manager - Filled

Financial Aid Associate - FILLED

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Instructor (ACI) – FILLED

Part-Time ABE/GED Instructor – FILLED

Part-Time ESL Instructor – FILLED

Retention Specialist I – In Process

Associate Vice President of Fiscal Services – In Process

Dean of Business Services – In Process

Dean of Auxiliary Services – In Process

History Instructor/University Transfer Advisor (9 Month) – In Process

Dean of Administrative and Facilities Services – In Process

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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 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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Respiratory Therapy Program Director

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY: Provide academic leadership and supervision of Respiratory Therapy personnel; schedule courses, select and order supplies and equipment, assist in recruitment and retention of faculty, assist in recruitment and retention of students, evaluate program and curriculum development. Teach classroom sessions, conduct subject research, advise and evaluate student progress, develop instructional plans, review and request new materials. Maintain records and prepare a variety of reports.   WORK PERFORMED: • Supervise the Respiratory Therapy Program faculty and assist and advise the Associate VP of Health and Public Services to ensure instructional excellence. • Responsible for all aspects of the Respiratory Therapy Program, including the management, which includes the following: administration, fiscal planning, continuous review and analysis, planning, development, and general effectiveness of the program. There must be evidence that sufficient time ...

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY:

Provide academic leadership and supervision of Respiratory Therapy personnel; schedule courses, select and order supplies and equipment, assist in recruitment and retention of faculty, assist in recruitment and retention of students, evaluate program and curriculum development. Teach classroom sessions, conduct subject research, advise and evaluate student progress, develop instructional plans, review and request new materials. Maintain records and prepare a variety of reports.

 

WORK PERFORMED:

• Supervise the Respiratory Therapy Program faculty and assist and advise the Associate VP of Health and Public Services to ensure instructional excellence.

• Responsible for all aspects of the Respiratory Therapy Program, including the management, which includes the following: administration, fiscal planning, continuous review and analysis, planning, development, and general effectiveness of the program. There must be evidence that sufficient time is devoted to the program by the Program Director so that his or her educational and administrative responsibilities can be met.

• Prepare reports which review the progress of the Respiratory Therapy Program and present plans for maintenance of accreditation to the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC).

• Participate in program budget control and obtain travel, leave requests, departmental textbooks, equipment, supplies and materials for approval by the Associate VP of Health and Public Services.

• Assure that the Respiratory Therapy Program and courses are up-to-date, abreast of technology, and in compliance with state and national accreditation standards.

• Conduct yearly lab equipment inventory.

• Assist the Associate VP of Health and Public Services in supervising and supporting part-time and full-time Respiratory Therapy faculty.

• Recommend part-time faculty to the Associate VP of Health and Public Services.

• Supervise Director of Clinical Education (DCE) and part-time instructional faculty.

• Evaluate each faculty member on a yearly basis in conjunction with the Associate VP of Health and Public Services.

• Maintain ongoing communication with program’s Medical Director.

• Participate in professional development of Respiratory Therapy faculty, community service, and advisory committee functions.

• Provide leadership in the growth, development, implementation, and evaluation of curriculum innovations and improvements.

• Coordinate Respiratory Therapy curriculum schedules.

•Teach classes as assigned each semester and maintain a full academic advisee load; prepare syllabi, teach, evaluate students, and participate in course improvements. Teaches a maximum of 12-15 contact hours of respiratory courses each academic semester.

• Maintain effective relationships with all hospital and community agencies concerning the activities of both faculty and student functioning in the clinical area.

• Provide leadership in the retention of students. Assist the retention specialist and counselors in the retention and advancement of students.

• Participate proactively in the marketing of the Respiratory Therapy Program.

• Participate in recruitment for Health and Public Services curriculums.

• Participate in student and personnel policy matters including grade contesting, student complaints and employee issues.

• Have regular and consistent contact with students and program faculty regardless of program location.

• Maintain daily office hours as part of workload.

• Participate on search committee for full-time faculty members.

• Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

EDUCATIONAL LEVEL:

Minimum Requirements:

· Four years of experience as a Registered Respiratory Therapist of which at least two years must include experience in clinical Respiratory Care

· Two years of experience teaching in an accredited Respiratory Care Program either as an appointed faculty member or as a clinical preceptor

· Must be capable of teaching both clinical and didactic aspects of the Respiratory Therapy program

· Clinical experience in adult, pediatric, and neonatal Respiratory Care preferred

· Baccalaureate degree from an academic institution accredited by a regional accrediting agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (USDE)

· Registered Respiratory Therapist by National Board for Respiratory Care

· Currently licensed and in good standing with the North Carolina Respiratory Care Board

· Master’s Degree preferred

*Applicants willing to complete the minimal educational requirement may also be considered for this position.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled.

PROPOSED STARTING DATE: August 1, 2015

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