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Part-time Temporary Grant-funded        19 hours per week       
Grant Ends March 31, 2017
Logan Campus   Responsibilities:  Facilitate best practices in student-centric learning environment by maintaining solid, working relationship with program faculty members. Conduct test preparation programs throughout the year with the intent of reducing the number of students requiring pre-college level math, reading and English courses.  Provide tutoring services to students who are enrolled in developmental courses.  Direct program participants to appropriate college resources as needed.  Maintain accurate records.  Maintain and model professionalism in dress, manner, and appearance.  Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree in appropriate field.  Preference will be given to those who have experience teaching at the community college level.  Must have the ability to effectively communicate mathematics, reading and English concepts to students.  Computer literate, and demonstrate ability to work effectively with students, peers, and the public.  Must be able to travel among campuses and other locations as needed.  Part-time position limited to grant funding restrictions.  Application Deadline:  Tuesday December 20, 2016.


Non-Classified       Full-Time with benefits      
Campus:   Logan Campus   Responsibilities:  This position reports directly to the Vice President for Finance and Administration and is responsible for overall planning, organizing, and executing all Information Technology functions, which includes directing all information technology operations to meet client requirements as well as the support and maintenance of existing infrastructure, applications, and development of new technical solutions.  Provides overall leadership and direction for and to the Information Technology Unit and organizes, administers, assigns and delegates responsibilities to all areas of oversight subject to applicable laws, policies and procedures.  Provides leadership and coordination in the overall preparation and implementation of institutional technology planning.  Maintains the integrity and continual operation of the information technology network.  Leads and implements network-related projects such as installation, upgrade, configuration, and review of directory structures, rights, security, software and servers.  Develops and recommends policies and procedures to the Vice President for Finance and Administration for all areas of responsibility.  Participates in the strategic planning effort in regard to areas of responsibility.  Provides administration direction for network services, applications services, and user services.  Fosters positive college environment which promotes diversity and excellence in all areas of responsibility.   Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Management Information Systems, or related field is required (Master’s degree preferred), plus relevant experience of six years with a bachelor’s degree or five years with a master’s degree in a technical role with leadership and management experience in the field.  Must have thorough knowledge and understanding of technology principles, practices, and methods, and thorough knowledge and understanding of the mission and philosophy of the community college environment.  Must have the ability to carry out assignments requiring the organization of material, analysis of data, and preparation of pertinent recommendations.  Must demonstrate considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of effective supervision.  Must be able to express ideas effectively both orally and in writing, and establish and maintain effective working relationships with administrative personnel, faculty, classified staff, students and the general public.  Must demonstrate the ability to work independently and simultaneously on projects of varied complexity, carrying out each to its conclusion with a very high level of effectiveness.  Must have knowledge of administrative survey techniques and skill in their application.  Must be able to travel to on- and off-campus locations.  Must have ability to speak in public before large groups, tasks forces, or working committees and articulate controversial issues.  Must demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of various network protocols, Microsoft, and Linux operating system; considerable knowledge of programming and configuring Cisco switches and routers; and knowledge of BANNER and Oracle database tables.  Must have experience that demonstrates resourceful approaches to handling budgetary matters that includes the ability to plan, develop, and manage complex budgets.  Must exhibit the highest standards of personal and professional integrity and credibility; ability to exercise group leadership skills, which emphasize collaboration, consensus building, conflict resolution, and problem solving; and ability and willingness to manage multiple priorities and projects.  Application review begins Monday, January 9, 2017.


Non-Classified       Full-Time with benefits       
Campus:   Logan Campus   Responsibilities:  This position reports directly to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and is responsible for providing strategic leadership and management in support of the Office of Academic Affairs as related to external partners, policies, academic related initiatives, resource development, information and analysis of institutional data, alternative instructional delivery systems, and institutional grant writing.  Manages and coordinates the delivery of distance education learning.  Provides direction for the internal and external reporting and analysis of institutional data for a wide range of uses including, but not limited to, enrollment projections, scorecards for productivity analyses, budgeting and financial planning, resource allocation, student retention and success, insight and predictive analytics, assessment of student learning outcomes, program outcomes, and other relevant institutional priorities.  Assists with institutional effectiveness by providing labor and market research, trend analyses, forecasting, and environmental scanning to the short term, long term, and strategic planning processes.  Collects and analyzes data for implications regarding policy implementation, decision making, project and/or program initiatives, or curriculum planning.  Identifies and researches private, state, and federal grant opportunities in support of the mission of the college and collaborate with stakeholders to develop grant programs in response to identified opportunities.  Coordinates all grant development activities, prepares grant proposals and monitors the operation of assigned programs.  Serves as a member of the academic leadership team and promotes cohesiveness and coordination among team members.  Requirements:  Master’s degree from an accredited college/university in Education, Education Administration, Business, Communication, Student Personnel Services, or related field required, plus five (5) years of administrative and management level experience, preferably in a community college setting as a community college administrator and/or instructor.  Must demonstrate leadership ability, including demonstrated evidence to work collaboratively and collegially with administrators, faculty, staff, and students.  Must possess high-level project management and organizational skills, and ability to understand and implement innovations in teaching and learning.  Must have strong oral, written and interpersonal communication and graphic presentation skills.  Must demonstrate commitment to accuracy, details and deadlines.  Must show demonstrated knowledge of grant funding policies and procedures and application of local, state, and federal regulations.  Must be familiar with higher education accreditation standards and requirements.  Must demonstrate experience with research theory and methods, statistical analysis, evaluation, problem solving, and innovation.  Must be familiar with development and monitoring of strategic planning and metrics to measure progress.  Must have a clear understanding of, and commitment to, the college educational mission, strategic aims, and academic programs.  Must be proficient in Quality Matters (QM) higher education rubric, Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and data management tools, and computer applications with working knowledge of various database and software programs and ability to use tools to craft reports.  Must possess ability to work independently or as part of a team, and to provide direct administrative support.  Application review begins Monday, January 9, 2017.


English and English Support – Math and Math Support – Anatomy and Physiology – Music, Art and Theater – Sociology – Psychology – Political Science – History – Homeland Security
Campus:   All Campus Locations (Logan, Williamson, Boone/Lincoln and Wyoming/McDowell)  Responsibilities:  Part-time instructors committed to community college students and their success to teach courses at all campus locations in English and English Support, Math and Math Support, Anatomy and Physiology, Music, Art and Theater, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, History and Homeland Security.  Requirements:  Master’s Degree and 18 graduate hours in field required for most courses (English, Math, Anatomy and Physiology, Music, Art and Theater, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, History, and Homeland Security).  Bachelor’s Degree required for English and Math Support.  Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.


PG 16        $28,821 per year                    Full-Time with benefits       
Campus:   Williamson Campus   Responsibilities:  Advise and counsel students, parents, and prospective students in the application process for all federal, state, and institutional aid, including loan programs.  Process applications and assist in the administration of financial aid funding and awarding of aid to eligible students.  Maintain electronic records necessary for evaluation and disbursement of financial aid.  Responsible for coordination, administration, and reconciliation of federal and state financial aid fund programs.  Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Business, Education or related field and one to two years recent direct experience working with financial aid.  Prefer experience in financial aid processing, higher education, or federally regulated business environment.  Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience will be considered.  Prefer certification as National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrator.  Must be computer proficient using database, word processing, and spreadsheets.  Must possess excellent verbal and written communications skills and be student oriented with excellent customer service skills.  Must demonstrate financial recordkeeping skills, along with analytical and problem-solving skills, and must have ability to maintain confidentiality.  Must be able to work and communicate with a diverse population from different situations and backgrounds.  Prefer working knowledge of BANNER system, Financial Aid Management System (FAMS), National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS), Central Processing System (CPS), Ed Express, and Common Origination and Disbursement website.  Application review begins Thursday, December 15, 2016.

ADJUNCT FACULTY - PowerSports Technology Program

Locations: Boone Campus  Responsibilities:  Part-time instructors needed for the new PowerSports Technology Program at our Boone Campus.  The Powersports Technology Program will offer interactive classroom instruction and hands-on experience in the technical and mechanical repair of sophisticated recreational outdoor vehicles, such as motocyles and ATVs. The instructors should be committed to community college students and their success.  Requirements:  Industry-recognized certifications in the field of PowerSports technical and mechanical repair, and two years relevant work experience required.  Associate Degree and teaching experience preferred.  Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.