PG 17 $30,767 per year Full-time with Benefits
Campus: Wyoming/McDowell Responsibilities: Facilitates the admission of students into higher education, assists in the process of acquisition of financial aid, monitors students’ academic progress, and provides support in a collegiate environment that allows students to reach their unique academic goals. Counsels and advises students at assigned campus(es) and off-campus sites and assists in the coordination and delivery of student services, including recruitment, advising, registration, financial aid, placement testing, counseling, orientation, disability services, degree audits, student government, student activities, tutorial services, career planning, and job placement. Responsible for developing varied structured programs, workshops, and seminars for campus delivery. This position assists students from recruitment through graduation. Requirements: Master’s Degree in Counseling, Student Personnel (Guidance and Counseling), Psychology, Education, or a related field and at least two (2) years of experience in student services, counseling, or academic advising in a higher education setting are required. Any equivalent combination of experience, education, and training may be considered. Must work as an effective team member, have strong customer service skills, knowledge of counseling theories, and the ability to intervene in a crisis situation. Must have excellent interpersonal communication skills both orally and written, administrative management skills, and problem solving skills. Must demonstrate considerable knowledge of the principles of individual appraisal—including interviewing, occupational testing and evaluation of personal traits and abilities. Application review begins Wednesday, November 2, 2016.
Full-time Non-classified with Benefits
Campus: Logan Responsibilities: Responsible for administering and interpreting federal and state guidelines that govern the application and processing of student financial aid programs. Provides administrative direction and oversight for all campus locations in the area of financial aid. Provides leadership for financial assistance workshops for students throughout College service area. Must be willing to travel to multiple campuses and throughout service area, as needed, to fulfill job responsibilities. Seeks out alternative means for funding student’s educational pursuits. Develops and recommends College policies and procedures for the area of financial assistance. Inspires commitment to Affirmative Action. Fosters an environment that promotes an effective and responsible financial aid program that meets institutional goals, student needs, and federal, state, and/or local requirements. Fosters a positive student-centered, customer-focused college environment. Promotes diversity and excellence in all areas of responsibility. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree is required, preferably in Business, Public Administration, or a Student Services related field (Master’s Degree in Student Personnel Services, Public Administration, Business, or a related field preferred). Three years of progressively responsible experience with federal and state student financial aid programs is required. Experience with an integrated computerized student financial aid management system is required. Must have considerable knowledge of financial aid practices, policies and procedures. Must have the ability to carry out assignments working independently and as part of a team requiring the organization of material, analysis of data, and preparation of pertinent recommendations. Must have considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of effective supervision (experience as a supervisor is preferred). Must have the ability to express ideas effectively both orally and in writing. Must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with administrative personnel, faculty, classified staff, students, and the public. Application review begins Thursday, September 26, 2016.
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.
Full-time 9-Month Term Faculty with Benefits
Campus: Logan Campus Responsibilities: All faculty positions are full-time “term” faculty appointments with excellent fringe benefits. Southern WV Community & Technical College seeks innovative instructors committed to community college students and their success. The successful applicant will: Utilize Various technologies in the classroom and for distance delivery of instruction; Have all other duties of a full-time instructor such as committee assignments and advising students; Have ability to work effectively with supervisors, colleagues, staff and students as part of an education team; and, Write and update curricula including course outlines and syllabi as required by the institution or industry trends. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology or related field required. Prefer a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering. Professional Engineer license, Electrician’s Certification, and experience with AutoCAD and PLC programming preferred. Prior teaching experience preferred. Application review begins Monday, June 27, 2016.
Locations: Rock Creek in Boone County, Williamson in Mingo County, Saulsville in Wyoming County, Hamlin in Lincoln County, Logan in Logan County, West Virginia. Responsibilities: Part-time instructors committed to community college students and their success. Masters Degree and 18 hours in field required for most courses. Consideration may also be given for Bachelors Degree and professional certification in career and technical fields. Requirements: Associate Degree plus Certification required for Surveying. Bachelors Degree and/or professional certifications required for Mine Management, Transitional Studies English, Transitional Studies Math, Patient Care Technology, Medical Terminology, Nursing, Business, Accounting, Marketing, Computer Sciences, Criminal Justice. Masters Degree with a minimum of 18 hours in field required for Psychology, English, History, Art, Biology, Natural Science, Literature, Speech, Math, Sociology, Music, Chemistry, Physical Education, and Theater. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.