Jobs

Full-Time Staff
Massac County Extension Center
Posted 7 days ago

SUMMARY

The Administrative Support Specialist will provide information to callers and visitors, schedule appointments, and maintain and troubleshoot ITV and classroom equipment. The Administrative Support Specialist under the direction of the Center Coordinator will maintain all programs and services provided by the Extension Center. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associate Degree in Administrative Assistant or a related field OR Two (2) years of relevant work experience.

Preferred:

  • Proficient with MS Office Products (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Create and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion, and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication, and vision.
  2. Screens incoming calls, schedules appointments, and correspondence, and responds independently when possible. The employee is required to communicate with incoming callers and visitors to the front desk.
  3. Receives inner-office mail, sorts, and delivers to the appropriate person.
  4. Assist with dispersing documents to students or faculty in distance learning classes.
  5. Work collaboratively with other college personnel to ensure services are provided to students.
  6. Follow college policies and procedures.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Maintains and troubleshoots classroom equipment and interactive video equipment, making minor repairs as necessary.
  2. Monitor the extension center supplies and equipment to ensure all is working properly.
  3. Ensure a safe environment is kept for all patrons, which includes campus safety protocol for weather and other campus safety emergencies.

FISCAL

  1. Takes payment for tuition from students, and tracks and prepares transactions to be sent to the bursar.

OTHER

  1. Performs other related duties that may be required by the Center Coordinator (i.e., duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).
  2. General work hours are Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Evening or weekend hours may be required to participate in other college activities outside of regular working hours.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES include the following:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Proficiency with (or the ability to quickly learn) the Polycom interactive video system and Zoom video communication platform.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

N/A

CUSTOMER SERVICE STATEMENT

Consistently performs duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for all persons in a prompt and timely manner.  Must work cooperatively with students, employees, government agencies, and community members and be sensitive to issues of student and employee diversity.  Consistently exhibits responsiveness to others in the organization at all levels and responds to requests for assistance from students, staff, and community members in a helpful and timely manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Lifting:  Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position.  Lifting items up to 20 pounds in weight.

Sitting for prolonged periods of time.

WORK ENVIRONMENT    

Work is primarily in an office/school environment.  Noise levels usually are moderate.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover letter, Resume, Official Transcript

SALARY LEVEL:  $33,000 - $35,000

SUMMARY The Administrative Support Specialist will provide information to callers and visitors, schedule appointments, and maintain and troubleshoot ITV and classroom equipment. The Administrative Sup...

Part-Time Faculty
Main Campus and Extension Centers
Posted 1 week ago

Education and Experience

A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

A Master’s degree in the discipline and successful teaching experience in a community college setting is preferred.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover Letter, Resume, Official Transcript

Education and Experience A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required. A Master’s degree in t...

Full-Time Staff
Main Campus
Posted 2 weeks ago

SUMMARY

The Events Coordinator will support all event needs, provide customer service, and lead in maintaining all audio technology. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Five years of experience in Audio/Visual related fields.
  • Customer service experience.

Preferred:

  • AV Professional Certification(s)
  • Bachelor’s Degree in an Audio/Visual related field.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Create and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion, and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication, and vision.
  2. Continually strive to achieve the College Mission, Vision, and Purposes, and model the College’s Core Values.

ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT

  1. Serve as the primary contact to schedule and organize internal and external events.
  2. Collaborate with internal departments and external stakeholders to ensure event success.
  3. Coordinate with Public Information and Marketing, to ensure cohesive promotion.
  4. Oversee the setup, execution, and teardown of all technology equipment.
  5. Assist with the teardown of furniture as needed.
  6. Distribute, install, set up, troubleshoot, and inventory audio/visual equipment.
  7. Lead with renovating, rewiring, and updating sound equipment.
  8. Assist with installation and maintenance of interactive video equipment for classroom support.
  9. Manage IT work order requests.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Ensure compliance with safety regulations.
  2. Provide guidance and explain policies and procedures to end-users.
  3. Support and train end-users in audio technology, including developing training materials.
  4. Provide effective resolutions to user issues, maintaining communication and monitoring incidents through to resolution.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

  1. Perform other related duties which may be required by the Director of IT (i.e. duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).
  2. Availability to work evenings and weekends as required
  3. Ability to lift and transport moderately heavy equipment as needed.

SKILLS & ABILITIES include the following:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication abilities.
  • Strong organization and time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Excellent technical and troubleshooting skills
  • Strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees.
  • Ability to work under pressure and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

None

 CUSTOMER SERVICE STATEMENT

Consistently performs duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for all persons in a prompt and timely manner.  Must work cooperatively with students, employees, government agencies, and community members and be sensitive to issues of student and employee diversity.  Consistently exhibits responsiveness to others in the organization at all levels and responds to requests for assistance from students, staff, and community members in a helpful and timely manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position.  Lifting items to 50 pounds in weight. 

Sitting for prolonged periods.

Willingness and ability to safely use a ladder.

WORK ENVIRONMENT    

Work is primarily in an office/school environment.  Noise levels usually are moderate.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover letter, resume, official transcript

SALARY RANGE:  $40,000 - $42,000

SUMMARY The Events Coordinator will support all event needs, provide customer service, and lead in maintaining all audio technology.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Five years of experience in Audio/Visual r...

Full-Time Staff
Main Campus
Posted 2 weeks ago

SUMMARY

Lead the charge in transforming the educational landscape through innovative technology integration. This role requires an innovative leader capable of envisioning and implementing cutting-edge educational technologies, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and digital excellence. The coordinator will work closely with faculty, administrators, and the IT Department to create an engaging, effective, and future-ready learning environment.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in instructional technology or related area

Preferred:

  • Master’s Degree in instructional technology or one of the department’s areas of service –OR– Master’s Degree in an academic discipline with an exemplary record in applying learning technologies to instruction.
  • Knowledge and experience in best practices for distance education
  • Experience with learning management systems and instructional design processes

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Create and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion, and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication, and vision.
  2. Collaborate with stakeholders across the institution to ensure cohesive and strategic technology integration.
  3. Lead cross-functional teams to drive technology projects and initiatives from inception to completion.
  1. Provide leadership for distance learning activities offered in various media. This will include working with the academic division to establish distance learning class schedules, identify courses appropriate for interactive video (ITV), web-based or web-enhanced delivery, identify and train faculty, and develop curricula. Articulate a vision for appropriate learning technology use in a comprehensive community college.

ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT

  1. Continually strive to achieve the College Mission, Vision, and Purposes, and model the College’s Core Values.
  2. Develop and articulate a visionary strategy for the integration of technology in education.
  3. Coordinate with the Director of Information Technology on the execution of a technology roadmap aligned with the institution’s goals and objectives.
  4. Identify and implement cutting-edge technologies, including AI, VR, and AR to enhance teaching and learning.
  5. Foster a culture of innovation by encouraging experimentation with new tools and methods.
  6. Design and deliver comprehensive training programs to upskill educators and staff on the latest technologies.
  7. Mentor and inspire teachers to incorporate technology effectively into their pedagogy.
  8. Oversee the development and curation of high-quality digital content and resources.
  9. Partner with faculty to design interactive, engaging, and personalized learning experiences.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Stay abreast of global trends and advancements in educational technology.
  2. Conduct regular assessments of technology initiatives, analyzing data to measure impact and inform future strategies
  3. Provide backup support to events that have audiovisual needs.
  4. Assist with Help Desk for students and employees.

OTHER

  1. Perform other related duties which may be required by the Director of Information Technology (i.e. duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).
  2. General work hours are Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Evening or weekend hours may be required to participate in other college activities outside of regular working hours.

SKILLS & ABILITIES include the following:

  • Superior verbal and written communication skills for engaging and training diverse audiences.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to manage complex projects from start to finish.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to create and communicate a compelling vision for technology in education.
  • Strong aptitude for identifying and leveraging emerging technologies to enhance learning.
  • Extensive knowledge of educational technologies, including AI, VR, AR, and other emerging innovations.
  • Deep understanding of instructional design and effective teaching practices.
  • Ability to develop and implement long-term plans aligned with institutional goals.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with various stakeholders.
  • Ability to analyze data and metrics to evaluate the success of technology initiatives and make data-driven decisions.
  • Flexibility to adapt to evolving technologies and changing educational needs.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

None

 CUSTOMER SERVICE STATEMENT

Consistently performs duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for all persons in a prompt and timely manner.  Must work cooperatively with students, employees, government agencies, and community members and be sensitive to issues of student and employee diversity.  Consistently exhibits responsiveness to others in the organization at all levels and responds to requests for assistance from students, staff, and community members in a helpful and timely manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position.  Lifting items to 30 pounds in weight.

Willingness and ability to safely use a ladder.

WORK ENVIRONMENT    

Work is primarily in an office/school environment.  Noise levels usually are moderate.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover letter, resume, official transcript

SALARY RANGE:  $60,000 - $62,000

 

SUMMARY Lead the charge in transforming the educational landscape through innovative technology integration. This role requires an innovative leader capable of envisioning and implementing cutting-edg...

Full-Time Staff
Main Campus
Posted 3 weeks ago

SUMMARY

The Workforce Training Specialist is responsible for coordinating training programs for businesses, industry, and agencies and serves as the American Heart Association (AHA) Training Center Coordinator throughout the SCC district. This position is responsible for course scheduling, marketing, and resource development.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associate's degree in business or related area
  • Experience in invoicing and record-keeping

Preferred:

  • 3 years of experience working with business and industry and/or American Heart Association programs

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Create and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication, and vision.
  2. Foster professional relationships with potential businesses and organizations for courses and training.

ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT

  1. Assist the Director of Workforce Development with the coordination and development of customized training programs for service area residents, small businesses, industries, and agencies.
  2. Schedule courses for the College’s continuing education and workforce training programs at each of the Extension Centers and Main Campus.
  3. Maintain a monthly calendar of continuing education and workforce training course availability for faculty, staff, businesses, and agencies.
  4. Coordinate training and renewal certification for all instructors requiring specialized certifications, such as CPR, CDL, OSHA, etc.
  5. Organize and maintain all applicable continuing education and workforce training course documents, business contact records, and instructor files.
  6. Oversee the input of continuing education and workforce training course data into Ellucian Colleague, the college’s database system.
  7. Assist the Director of Workforce Development with regular meetings with continuing education and workforce training faculty and instructors, as needed
  8. Maintain and order all necessary supplies for continuing education and workforce training courses and keep an inventory log (i.e., CPR & and First Aid training equipment and related items).
  9. Generate monthly semester reports of training held utilizing appropriate database systems, assist the Director of Workforce Development with the annual monitoring report, and complete all required reports on time.
  10. Assist in the process of contacting continuing education and workforce training faculty for non-compliance on Initial Progress, Midterm, and Final Grades; and Midterm Verification Sheets.
  11. Serve as the American Heart Association (AHA) Training Center Coordinator throughout the SCC district.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Participate in assigned Shared Governance Teams and Council meetings.
  2. Collaborate with College leadership to align continuing education and workforce training programs with institutional objectives.
  3. Assist with institutional and programmatic accreditation requirements.
  4. Assist with monthly, quarterly, and annual grant performance reports for the College.

FISCAL

  1. Monitors budget for operational expenditures to ensure proper allocation of resources.
  2. Responsible for tracking and processing billing invoices and incoming payments for continuing education and workforce training courses.

OTHER

  1. Perform other related duties which may be required by the Director of Business and Workforce Development (i.e. duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).
  2. General work hours are Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Evening or weekend hours may be required to participate in other college activities outside of regular working hours.

 SKILLS & ABILITIES include the following:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

Industry Trainers

CUSTOMER SERVICE STATEMENT

Consistently performs duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for all persons in a prompt and timely manner.  Must work cooperatively with students, employees, government agencies, and community members and be sensitive to issues of student and employee diversity.  Consistently exhibits responsiveness to others in the organization at all levels and responds to requests for assistance from students, staff, and community members in a helpful and timely manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Lifting:  Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position.  Lifting items to 20 pounds in weight.

Sitting for prolonged periods.

WORK ENVIRONMENT    

Work is primarily in an office/school environment.  Noise levels usually are moderate.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover letter, Resume, Transcript(s)

SALARY LEVEL:  $40,000 - $42,000

SUMMARY The Workforce Training Specialist is responsible for coordinating training programs for businesses, industry, and agencies and serves as the American Heart Association (AHA) Training Center Co...

Full-Time Staff
Alexander County Extension Center
Posted 3 weeks ago

SUMMARY

The HCCTP Coordinator is responsible for the development, implementation, administration, and evaluation of the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) Highway Construction Careers Training Program. Under the direction of the Director of Business and Workforce Development, the HCCTP Coordinator will provide management and highway construction training per the IDOT HCCTP contract. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associate's degree in a construction-related field or 5 years of construction experience.
  • 3 years working in the highway construction industry
  • Supervisory experience
  • Knowledge of workplace safety

Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s degree in construction management or workforce education.
  • 5+ years of experience in different areas of the construction

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Create and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion, and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication, and vision.
  2. Develops, implements, administers, and evaluates the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) Highway Construction Careers Training Program
  3. Ensures that outlined grant projects, milestones, benchmarks, goals, and associated tasks are completed within established timeframes.
  4. Trains, mentors, coaches, and develops team members in support of achieving grant objectives.
  5. Identifies, recruits, selects, hires, trains, evaluates, and supervises part-time staff within the program

ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT

  1. Establishes working relationships with IDOT, local highway construction contractors, trade union partners, college departments, and other internal and external stakeholders for placement and referrals of student trainees.
  2. Advises students of program requirements, verifies their qualifications for the program based upon student needs and IDOT requirements, and assists with job placement.
  3. Develop individual student trainee performance plans to meet IDOT program goals.
  4. Manages student trainee caseload, tracking progress and providing support through to completion of the program.
  5. Coordinates industry involvement through two dedicated HCCTP workforce advisory committee meetings per fiscal year.
  6. Tracks equipment and tool inventory, submitting timely reports to the Dean and IDOT.
  7. Conducts individual meetings with student trainees to provide program information and feedback on job search.
  8. Conduct mock interviews and post-mock interview evaluations for all student trainees.
  9. Designs and updates curriculum as needed.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Ensures compliance with federal and state laws, regulations, and guidelines including grant requirements, IDOT, ICCB, & HLC reporting.
  2. Ensures institutional and programmatic accreditation requirements are met concerning curriculum and program scheduling and creation.

FISCAL

  1. Prepares, monitors, maintains, and oversees budget, including salaries, supplies, stipends, and equipment.
  2. Tracks expenditures, monitors, and reconciles assigned grant budgets.
  3. Completes monthly, quarterly, and annual grant performance reports for the College and IDOT.
  4. Completes budget modifications, requisitions, and bid specifications as needed.
  5. Monitors grant activities.

OTHER

  1. Perform other related duties which may be required by the Director of Business & Workforce Development (i.e. duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).
  2. General work hours are Monday through Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Evening or weekend hours may be required to participate in other college activities outside of regular working hours.

SKILLS & ABILITIES include the following:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees.
  • Understanding of the socioeconomic barriers to education and the workforce.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

PT staff

 CUSTOMER SERVICE STATEMENT

Consistently performs duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for all persons in a prompt and timely manner.  Must work cooperatively with students, employees, and community members and be sensitive to issues of student and employee diversity.  Consistently exhibits responsiveness to others in the organization at all levels and responds to requests for assistance from students, staff, and community members in a helpful and timely manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Lifting: Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position. Lifting items to 20 pounds in weight.

Sitting for prolonged periods.

WORK ENVIRONMENT    

Work is in an office/school environment but will include trips to jobs sites. Noise levels usually are moderate.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover letter, Resume, Transcript(s)

SALARY LEVEL:  $40,000 - $42,000

SUMMARY The HCCTP Coordinator is responsible for the development, implementation, administration, and evaluation of the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) Highway Construction Careers Traini...

Part-Time Staff
Main Campus
Posted 3 months ago

SUMMARY

As an Assistant to Financial Aid, you will be the first point of contact for students, families, and community members. You will play an integral role in triaging financial aid communications.  This includes but is not limited to ensuring timely and accurate responses to incoming inquiries, managing documents submitted by students, maintaining financial aid forms and resources, and clerical support.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Associate’s Degree from an accredited college or university or 2 years of work-related experience

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Create and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion, and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication and vision.
  2. Knowledgeable in financial aid programs to assist students.
  3. Monitor emails and Chatbot.
  4. Assist with financial aid form intake. Assuring all forms are completed and have all supporting documents.
  5. Maintain office call campaigns.

ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT

  1. Coordinate mailings and other communications from the financial aid department.
  2. Support the financial aid staff with appointment scheduling.
  3. Organize and maintain paper and electronic files.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Assist with enrollment reports as needed.
  2. Create accurate student records in Colleague.
  3. Participate in organizing FAFSA Completion Nights or event efforts by creating flyers or resources
  4. Maintain the financial aid office bulletin board.

FISCAL

  1. Submit requisitions as directed by the Coordinator of Financial Aid & Veterans Affairs.

OTHER

  1. Perform other related duties which may be required by the Coordinator of Financial Aid & Veterans Affairs (i.e. duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).

SKILLS & ABILITIES include the following:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

None

CUSTOMER SERVICE STATEMENT

Consistently performs duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for all persons in a prompt and timely manner.  Must work cooperatively with students, employees, government agencies, and community members and be sensitive to issues of student and employee diversity.  Consistently exhibits responsiveness to others in the organization at all levels and responds to requests for assistance from students, staff, and community members in a helpful and timely manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Lifting:  Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position.  Lifting items up to 20 pounds in weight.

Sitting for prolonged periods of time.

WORK ENVIRONMENT    

Work is primarily in an office/school environment.  Noise levels usually are moderate.

SALARY:  $15/hour

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover letter, Resume, Official Transcript

SUMMARY As an Assistant to Financial Aid, you will be the first point of contact for students, families, and community members. You will play an integral role in triaging financial aid communications....

Part-Time Faculty
Main Campus
Posted 3 months ago

SUMMARY

Teach and evaluate students in clinical settings at various medical facilities.  Review and understand the course objectives, both classroom and clinical, and apply the teaching techniques to best achieve course and program objectives.

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Current Illinois Registered Professional Nurse License or eligible to be licensed in IL
  • Two years of clinical practice, administration, or education

Preferred:

  • Masters of Science in Nursing or Master’s degree in related field
  • Successful teaching experience in a community college setting

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Create and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion, and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication and vision.
  2. Reviewing and understanding the course objectives, both classroom and clinical, and applying the teaching techniques to best achieve course and program objectives.
  3. Modeling effective oral and written communication that engages the students, provides clarity, and improves student learning.
  4. Discuss with students their concerns and/or problems directly or indirectly related to the learning experience.
  5. Assisting the student to develop an understanding of values, attitudes, and ideals appropriate to the health care profession.
  6. Establishing and maintaining relationships with new and existing clinical sites.
  7. Participate in department advisory meetings.
  8. Providing clinical, classroom, and clinical/ simulation lab instruction when needed.
  9. Supervising care provided by a group of students (usually 6 to 10 students in a group) while they complete their clinical rotation in your area of specialty.
  10. Coordinating with clinicians at the clinical site to make student patient assignments.
  11. Orienting students to the clinical area, and demonstrate proper procedures.
  12. Leading discussions and eliciting information from students which demonstrate that students are learning and accomplishing the clinical objectives.
  13. Teaching students how to perform duties in the clinical site and answering their questions.
  14. Maintaining clinical standards and course expectations throughout each course or term.
  15. Evaluating and grading student performance.
  16. Maintaining the professional practice knowledge base needed to instruct learners in contemporary nursing practice.
  17. Communicating with the Simulation Lab Coordinator or appropriate person as necessary to resolve issues or concerns in clinical areas.
  18. Working effectively as part of the overall faculty team demonstrating positive interpersonal relations, collaborating with other faculty members to meet student needs, participating in faculty meetings and nursing program committees, and responding to requests from management.
  19. Participating in ongoing program evaluation activities as needed.
  20. Maintaining faculty expectations as required by the College and the Board of Nursing.
  21. Demonstrating proper respect for students, faculty, and staff and having a student-friendly manner in the conduct of the class.
  22. Clinical Instructors may be subject to vaccination requirements established by clinical sites to conduct on-site instruction for Shawnee Community College (TB skin test, COVID documentation, flu vaccination, background check, etc).

OTHER

  • Perform other related duties which may be required by the Director of Allied Health & Nursing (i.e. duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).

Salary:  $600 per credit hour

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS :  Cover letter, resume, official transcript(s)

SUMMARY Teach and evaluate students in clinical settings at various medical facilities.  Review and understand the course objectives, both classroom and clinical, and apply the teaching techniques to...

Temporary
Posted 5 months ago

Serve as an American Heart Association Training Instructor for Shawnee Community College.  Instruct First Aid / CPR and/or Healthcare Provider courses for Shawnee Community College for on-campus and/or off-campus courses.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Serves as an American Heart Association Instructor and performs all associated duties as prescribed within the American Heart Association Program Administration Manual and Shawnee Community College Procedures.
  • Provide training for First Aid/CPR and HCP classes arranged by the college for the employees of the designated agencies, facilities, businesses and/or individuals requesting training.
  • Maintain required equipment necessary to provide First Aid / CPR training.
  • Ensure required paperwork for courses of instruction are completed accurately, promptly, and submitted for issuance of course completion cards.
  • Punctual attendance is required.

Performs other duties which may be required by the AHA Training Center Coordinator and/or Dean of Adult Education and Alternative Instruction (related duties as required are duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position, but that are within the general occupational series and responsibility level typically associated with the employee’s class of work).

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

Must maintain current AHA Instructor Status.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Lifting:  Raising objects (up to 50 pounds) from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position-to-position.

WORK ENVIRONMENT 

The employee is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions.

Serve as an American Heart Association Training Instructor for Shawnee Community College.  Instruct First Aid / CPR and/or Healthcare Provider courses for Shawnee Community College for on-campus ...

Part-Time Faculty
Main Campus and Extension Centers
Posted 5 months ago

Education and Experience

A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

A Master’s degree in the discipline and successful teaching experience in a community college setting is preferred.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover Letter, Resume, Official Transcript

Job Features

Salary

$600.00 per credit hour

A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

Part-Time Faculty
Main Campus and Extension Centers
Posted 5 months ago

Education and Experience

A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

A Master’s degree in the discipline and successful teaching experience in a community college setting is preferred.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover Letter, Resume, Official Transcript

Job Features

Salary

$600.00 per credit hour

A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

Part-Time Faculty
Main Campus and Extension Centers
Posted 5 months ago

Education and Experience

A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

A Master’s degree in the discipline and successful teaching experience in a community college setting is preferred.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover Letter, Resume, Official Transcript

Job Features

Salary

$600.00 per credit hour

A master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

Part-Time Faculty
Main Campus and Extension Centers
Posted 5 months ago

Education and Experience

A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

A Master’s degree in the discipline and successful teaching experience in a community college setting is preferred.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover Letter, Resume, Official Transcript

Job Features

Salary

$600 per credit hour

A Master’s degree with eighteen (18) graduate hours appropriate to the academic field of study or discipline in which they are teaching is required.

Full-Time Staff
Main Campus
Posted 5 months ago

The Nursing Simulation Coordinator and Student Success Coach is responsible for the management of simulation lab tasks including but not limited to inventory, preparing for simulation and clinical skills sessions, scheduling the use of the simulation lab, conducting open labs and simulations that meet the needs of the college, ensuring all supplies and equipment is returned after use. The Nursing Simulation Coordinator and Student Success Coach provides clinical, educational, and technical support and expertise in the development, implementation, and evaluation of simulation-based clinical nursing activities across all levels and programs.

The Nursing Simulation Coordinator and Student Success Coach coaches, guides and assists new and current students in Nursing and Allied Health programs to maximize their academic and experiential learning, make informed academic decisions based on life and career goals and successfully complete of their degree programs through a case management approach. The Nursing Simulation Coordinator and Student Success coach facilitates nursing students learning within the ADN and LPN programs at Shawnee Community College which may be accomplished by one on one time, group setting, review of classroom material as well as lab or simulation material.

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in Nursing
  • Active Illinois State Nursing License
  • Must be willing to participate in training for simulation through live virtual classes or in-person training, which may require travel.
  • Proficient with Computers/ Technology.
  • Five years of clinical experience
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification

Preferred:

  • Experience with Simulation
  • Certification in nursing or simulation
  • Two years of teaching experience

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Contribute and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion, and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication and vision.
  2. Lead the development, implementation, and assessment of state-approved nursing simulation lab.
  3. Provide one-on-one support for Nursing & Allied Health students in the areas of academic support, coaching, and planning, basic financial aid advising, financial literacy, career coaching, student involvement and academic engagement while fostering student development through clarification of academic, professional, and personal goals using strategies that contribute to successful degree completion.
  4. Monitor progress of Nursing students and provide necessary academic support to enable students to complete their course of study especially with at-risk students to reduce attrition through referrals to internal and external programs for additional support services and follow-up as needed.
  5. Maintain accurate knowledge of degree programs and articulate the requirements of graduation from online degree programs while working with students to develop an individualized pathway to reach their academic goals.
  6. Initiate strategic partnerships with various student service departments and stay current with all policy and procedures for the purpose of addressing time-sensitive student requests.
  7. Encourage and coach online students through life events, obstacles and that lead directly to greater levels of personal responsibility among Nursing students in their academic success.

ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT

  1. Execute the educational, technical, and operational aspects of all human patient simulators and all clinical simulation experiences for faculty and students
  2. Create a learning environment that encourages active learning, repetitive practice, and reflection/ debriefing to provide appropriate support throughout each activity
  3. Train and act as a resource to faculty and students in simulation and other electronic/technical components of the simulation curriculum
  4. Collaborate with faculty and nursing tutor in the development and assessment of simulated clinical scenarios to meet course learning objectives
  5. Assist faculty in the development, implementation, enforcement, and maintenance of safety policies and procedures for the simulation laboratories
  6. Perform demonstrations on the use and operation of simulators
  7. Compile and maintain evaluation data on all simulated clinical experiences
  8. Coordinate equipment maintenance schedules; serves as a liaison with simulator companies to ensure reliable operation of equipment
  9. Maintain currency in nursing simulation technology and trends
  10. Schedule and coordinate internal and external simulation requests with other allied health departments
  11. Complete required templates for simulation scenarios including room requests, supply needs, and required training
  12. Ensure simulation activities have all necessary resources such as supplies and equipment
  13. Prepare rooms for each simulation session
  14. Operate low to high-fidelity manikins and task trainers for simulation sessions as needed
  15. Monitor student performance and assist in appropriate skills performance in the nursing lab.
  16. Proctor online and classroom exams as needed; coordinates clinical make-up as needed.
  17. Troubleshoot student access and problems with online products and resources.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Develop an Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation/ Board of Nursing-approved simulation facility within one year.
  2. Complete approved International Nursing Association of Clinical and Simulation Learning (INACSL) training program within 6 months of hire.
  3. Ensure compliance with federal and state laws, regulations, and guidelines including grant requirements, ICCB, & HLC reporting.
  4. Ensure institutional and programmatic accreditation requirements are met in relation to curricula development.
  5. Maintain accreditation documentation and standards as needed
  6. Develop and maintain accurate, organized, and detailed student records in order to produce reports that inform retention tactics and strategies paying special attention to program objectives that lead to persistence and graduation.
  7. Interpret, apply and abide by the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and parental confidentiality issues.

FISCAL

  • None

OTHER

  • Perform other related duties which may be required by the Dean of Allied Health & Nursing (i.e. duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).
  • Work Monday thru Friday, during normal business hours; must be able to periodically work outside of normal work hours to meet project deadlines, and/or attend meetings designated by the Dean of Allied Health & Nursing programs.

SKILLS & ABILITIES include the following:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate.
  • Proficiency with (or the ability to quickly learn) the College’s Banner/Colleague academic system.
  • Ability to work outside of the normally scheduled work day, when necessary.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

None

 CUSTOMER SERVICE STATEMENT

Consistently performs duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for all persons in a prompt and timely manner.  Must work cooperatively with students, employees, and community members and be sensitive to issues of student and employee diversity.  Consistently exhibits responsiveness to others in the organization at all levels and responds to requests for assistance from students, staff, and community members in a helpful and timely manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Lifting: Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position. Lifting items up to 50 pounds in weight.

Sitting for prolonged periods of time.

WORK ENVIRONMENT 

Work is primarily in an office/school environment.  Noise levels usually are moderate.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover Letter, Resume, Official Transcript(s)

Job Features

Salary

$55,000 - $65,000

The Nursing Simulation Coordinator and Student Success Coach is responsible for the management of simulation lab tasks including but not limited to inventory, preparing for simulation and clinical ski...

Full-Time Staff
Main Campus
Posted 5 months ago

The Small Business Development Center Coordinator at Shawnee Community College is responsible for the development, planning, organizing, execution, and implementation of all new and existing small business development opportunities.  This position plans activities, training, and events and manages processes that foster small business development within the Shawnee Community College (SCC) district.  This position is also responsible for maintaining previous business partnerships and identifying potential business relationships for the retention and expansion of the center.

The Coordinator will pursue economic growth opportunities and business enterprises within the college district. A dedicated concentration on the operational and outreach components of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will be expected. Continued management and coordination for industry-specific workforce training with an emphasis on entrepreneurship is necessary

This job requires travel within the five-county service area of Pulaski, Johnson, Massac, Union, and Alexander counties.

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in Higher Education Administration, Business Administration, or a related area
  • A minimum of two (2) years of Small Business and management experience providing or coordinating economic development in an organizational setting
  • Strong marketing and sales orientation skills

Preferred:

  • Master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in Higher Education Administration or Business Administration or related area
  • Five (5) years of Small Business Management or business consulting experience
  • Expertise in Small Business Development, financing, and support through the use of State of Illinois and Federal business service programs
  • Demonstrated grant writing and monitoring skills
  • Familiarity with regional economic development programs/agencies

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

LEADERSHIP

  1. Create and sustain a supportive College culture that engages employees, recognizes diversity, ensures equity, promotes inclusion, and creates a sense of belonging by fostering an environment of teamwork, accountability, communication and vision.
  2. Use tact and courtesy while establishing and maintaining effective relationships with persons contacted in the course of work

ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT

  1. Establish clearly defined goals and strategic plans to foster new small business community partnerships for developing small business
  2. Provide outreach activities and programs to meet SBDC goals and objectives, as outlined, regarding contacts, loan production, job retention, and entrepreneurship activities
  3. Design and execute marketing strategies to increase business partnerships with the SBDC
  4. Provide direct business advising and training to clients
  5. Develop internal and external resources to accomplish program objectives including actively seeking additional funding resources
  6. Maintain contact with and serve on boards of local business and economic development groups; assist those groups with departmental and college resources as needed
  7. Maintain client control records in NEOSERRA
  8. Conduct annual comprehensive needs analysis for individual businesses and industries in conjunction with cooperative evaluations of skills training activities with participating business and industry partners
  9. Coordinate and cultivate relationships with other SBA resource partners, local chambers of commerce, professional associations, and economic development groups
  10. Supervise and coordinate the efforts of Small Business Development Center staff members, contract trainers, consultants, or other educational paraprofessionals in the accomplishment of the Center's goals
  11. Promote the SBDC and the needs of the small business community
  12. Maintain current data on private sector consultants for referral to members of the small business community
  13. Represent the college in local and state organizations, and meetings, and maintain contacts with outside agencies as appropriate

ACCOUNTABILITY

  1. Handle and maintain confidential matters, including conversations, documents, and correspondence as necessary
  2. Organize and maintain an Illinois SBDC at SCC local advisory board which reflects the center’s market sector focus
  3. Produce monthly reports for center activities, contacts, and budget expenditures as required
  4. Attend training as offered within SCC and externally offered through ASBDC and Illinois Entrepreneurship and Small Business Growth Association (IESBGA).

FISCAL

  1. Responsible for program-level budgetary oversight and monitoring for SBDC and program income

OTHER

  1. Serve on internal committees and working groups within the college as assigned
  1. Perform other related duties which may be required by the Dean of Career & Technology Programs (i.e. duties that may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but are generally within the occupational series and responsibility level associated with the employee's class of work).
  2. General work hours are Monday- Friday, 7:45 am-4:15 pm. Evening or weekend hours may be required to participate in other activities outside of regular working hours

 SKILLS & ABILITIES include the following:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong supervisory and leadership skills.
  • Ability to adapt to the needs of the organization and employees.
  • Ability to effectively communicate in spoken and written standard English

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

SBDC Advisor

CUSTOMER SERVICE STATEMENT

Consistently performs duties with concern, courtesy, and respect for all persons in a prompt and timely manner.  Must work cooperatively with students, employees, government agencies, and community members and be sensitive to issues of student and employee diversity.  Consistently exhibits responsiveness to others in the organization at all levels and responds to requests for assistance from students, staff, and community members in a helpful and timely manner.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Lifting:  Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position to position. Lifting items up to 20 pounds in weight.

Sitting for prolonged periods of time.

WORK ENVIRONMENT 

Work is primarily in an office/school environment.  Noise levels usually are moderate.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:  Cover Letter, Resume, Official Transcript

Job Features

Salary

$51,000 - $54,000

The Small Business Development Center Coordinator at Shawnee Community College is responsible for the development, planning, organizing, execution, and implementation of all new and existing small bus...