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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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Coordinator of Student Support for the School of Transfer

Occupational Summary Reports to the Director of Counseling and Special Services.  Responsible for all aspects of counseling students for the School of Transfer.  Coordinate the individual and group counseling services that support current and prospective community college students in meeting their career development, personal, educational, and academic goals.  Administer and interpret career inventories.  Conduct classroom workshops for personal and career development.  Provide personal counseling as needed.  Refer students as needed to local and state support agencies.  Provide pre-admission advisement as needed for Transfer Program applicants. Work Performed Provide personal, academic, and career counseling for Transfer Program students. Refer students as needed to the appropriate human services agencies including Vocational Rehabilitation, Department of Social Services, local and regional mental health associations, local medical centers, e ...

Occupational Summary

Reports to the Director of Counseling and Special Services.  Responsible for all aspects of counseling students for the School of Transfer.  Coordinate the individual and group counseling services that support current and prospective community college students in meeting their career development, personal, educational, and academic goals.  Administer and interpret career inventories.  Conduct classroom workshops for personal and career development.  Provide personal counseling as needed.  Refer students as needed to local and state support agencies.  Provide pre-admission advisement as needed for Transfer Program applicants.

Work Performed

Provide personal, academic, and career counseling for Transfer Program students.

Refer students as needed to the appropriate human services agencies including Vocational Rehabilitation, Department of Social Services, local and regional mental health associations, local medical centers, employment institutions, and the health department.

Administer and interpret career interest, values, and personality inventories as well as computerized software guidance programs to students.

Administer and interpret the admissions placement tests for students on an as-needed basis to support the Placement Test Coordinator.

Attend annual transfer counselor workshops sponsored by the four-year universities in North Carolina.

Plan and coordinate an annual college transfer fair.

Act as a curriculum coach for students in the School of Transfer who are seeking to transfer to a four-year university.  Assist other SCC counselors with specific transfer information as needed.

Advise and register students in the School of Transfer to assist faculty during peak times of registration.

Support the Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Outreach with programs and events including but not limited to the following:  career coaching/advising, job search workshops, College Promise Programs with high school students and alumni initiatives.

Serve as Stanly Community College’s Transfer Program representative at events, workshops, and conferences where the college has been invited to participate as an exhibitor.

Under the guidance of the Director of Outreach, attend high school recruitment visits in the service area to promote Transfer curriculum program offerings.

Maintain contact with representatives from four-year institutions.

Assist with Transfer student orientation programs.

Register students on academic probation, based on course recommendations from transfer advisors.

Utilize the SSP journaling and mapping features to keep track of and share helpful information and curriculum plans for transfer students.

Respond to SSP early alerts on students in the School of Transfer.

Serve on institutional committees as assigned.

Other duties as assigned by the Director of Counseling and Special Services.

Education:  Master’s degree in school counseling, agency counseling or student development personnel counseling.  Preference will be given to applicants with the NCC, MCC, NCSC, and/or NC LPC credentials. 

Experience:  Minimum of two to five years experience in the counseling profession preferably in a mental health, community college or four-year university setting.  

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 29, 2014

PROPOSED STARTING DATE: November 17, 2014

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Director of Grant Services

Occupational Summary: The Director of Grant Services is primarily responsible for securing external funds through the formation of formal grant proposals to professional/private foundations, corporations, local, state, regional, or federal agencies and sources.  This position requires coordination with faculty, staff, and administration as well as collaboration with entities external to the college.  The Director of Grant Services will be responsible for searching out grant sources, writing, preparing, and submitting grant proposals, and the tracking/reporting of grants awarded to the college.  The position reports to the Vice President of Organizational Growth, Development, and Effectiveness.   Work Performed: Routinely monitor grant announcements and search for possible grants applicable to institutional needs and requests. Network and collaborate with other community college grants staff members throughout the state to establish or support consortiums. ...

Occupational Summary:

The Director of Grant Services is primarily responsible for securing external funds through the formation of formal grant proposals to professional/private foundations, corporations, local, state, regional, or federal agencies and sources.  This position requires coordination with faculty, staff, and administration as well as collaboration with entities external to the college.  The Director of Grant Services will be responsible for searching out grant sources, writing, preparing, and submitting grant proposals, and the tracking/reporting of grants awarded to the college.  The position reports to the Vice President of Organizational Growth, Development, and Effectiveness.

 

Work Performed:

Routinely monitor grant announcements and search for possible grants applicable to institutional needs and requests.

Network and collaborate with other community college grants staff members throughout the state to establish or support consortiums.

Work with staff members from granting agencies to facilitate the formation of grant proposals and the tracking and reporting of grants awarded.

Work closely with faculty and staff to prepare grant proposals and complete reporting requirements for grants awarded.

Coordinate and facilitate the development, preparation, and submittal of grant proposals for Stanly Community College (SCC) and the SCC Foundation.

Gather necessary data and background information from appropriate sources in order to complete grant proposals.

Initiate and lead cooperative writing efforts that bring together teams of faculty, staff, and administrators together to develop proposals that address college needs and respond to the interest of funding sources.

Administer college grant guidelines established for tracking the grant process from project inception to completion.

Conduct training for college personnel about the grant process at the college including searching for and completing grant proposals and projects.

Work with faculty and staff members to manage grants awarded, monitor project budgets, complete reporting requirements to the granting agency, and maintain appropriate records for the college.

Monitor regulations of funding agencies to ensure that all required procedures are in place and deadlines met, protecting the college’s future relationship with the granting agency.

Participate in college committees as assigned.

Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree Required, Master’s Degree Preferred

Successful track record of federal, regional, state, and local level grants awarded during the past three years

On application, candidate must submit a copy of his/her most recent funded grant proposal

Excellent verbal and written communication skills required

 

Application Deadline: November 6, 2014

Proposed Starting Date: November 17, 2014

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Full-Time Instructor - Math/University Transfer Advisor

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. Regularly utilize campus’ electronic media such as email, WebAdvisor, Datatel, and the Learning Management System (LMS). Advise students on a bi-semester basis in relation to academic progress. Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audiovisual aids, support, and equipment needs. Participate in the revision process as needed for course(s) or curricula in fi ...

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.

Regularly utilize campus’ electronic media such as email, WebAdvisor, Datatel, and the Learning Management System (LMS).

Advise students on a bi-semester basis in relation to academic progress.

Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audiovisual aids, support, 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 and in area high schools.

Participate in student recruitment.

Actively participate in student retention by introducing the student resources to the students and/or referring student to the appropriate student services area.

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

Establish industry and/or community contacts and make arrangements for guest speakers, field trips, etc.

Maintain office hours as part of the weekly workload.

Participate in advising, registration, pre-registration and new student orientations.

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

Advise students about four-year school opportunities in conjunction with Student Outreach and Support.

Maintain a full advisee load.

Attend School of Transfer’s regular meeting.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

 

EDUCATIONAL LEVEL:  Master’s Degree in Math or Master’s degree with a concentration of graduate hours in Math (Minimum 18 graduate hours in Math preferred.)

This position reports to the Mathematics Department Head in the School of Transfer.

This is a 9-month position running August – May following the SCC Calendar.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 7, 2014

PROPOSED STARTING DATE: January 2, 2015

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Cisco Academy Support Center Advisor/Instructor - FILLED
 
Lead Instructor, CNC/Manual Machining - FILLED
 
PT Foundation Assistant - FILLED
 
Associate Vice President of Student Success; Dean of Students - FILLED
 
Web Developer - FILLED
 
First Year Experience Coordinator - FILLED
 
Director of Counseling & Special Services - FILLED
 
Eagle's One Stop Mentor – ON HOLD
 
Coordinator/Instructor; Nurse Aide Programs - FILLED
 
Recruitment Specialist – FILLED
 
Custodian/Maintenance Worker – In Process
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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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Studio Manager

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY Primary duties include daily activities for SCC-TV on Time Warner Cable Channel 21.  Provides video production services for SCC-TV and other SCC college related tasks and projects.  Responsible for studio set/design and development for SCC-TV video series.  Responsible for scheduling shows with television personalities and media outlets.   WORK PERFORMED Provide video production services and technical support for all local SCC-TV and college related productions.  Coordinate schedule with television personalities and media outlets (newspaper, website). Responsible for the development of graphics, photo editing, and bulletin-board presentations for television and website. Responsible for pre-production planning for video shooting and editing. Coordinate purchases, maintain inventory, and facilitate maintenance of SCC-TV equipment. Serve on college committees. Attend meetings, conferences, training sessions, and seminars as ...

OCCUPATIONAL SUMMARY

Primary duties include daily activities for SCC-TV on Time Warner Cable Channel 21.  Provides video production services for SCC-TV and other SCC college related tasks and projects.  Responsible for studio set/design and development for SCC-TV video series.  Responsible for scheduling shows with television personalities and media outlets.

 

WORK PERFORMED

Provide video production services and technical support for all local SCC-TV and college related productions. 

Coordinate schedule with television personalities and media outlets (newspaper, website).

Responsible for the development of graphics, photo editing, and bulletin-board presentations for television and website.

Responsible for pre-production planning for video shooting and editing.

Coordinate purchases, maintain inventory, and facilitate maintenance of SCC-TV equipment.

Serve on college committees.

Attend meetings, conferences, training sessions, and seminars as required.

Perform other duties as assigned.

 

SKILL REQUIREMENTS

Knowledge of Adobe CS4 applications.

Non-linear video/audio editing concepts.

Understanding of video/audio equipment maintenance and specifications.

Functional knowledge of broadcast systems.

 

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree Preferred

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 15, 2014

PROPOSED STARTING DATE: ASAP

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