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Instructions for submitting Your Application
All applicants must submit the following according to the instructions listed on the Job Posting to the address below:

1. Click here forYCCC Application

2. A Cover Letter.

3. A Resume.

4. Official College transcripts.

5. Adjunct Faculty Rider (Adjunct Instructors only).

6. Name and contact information of three professional references.

 

 

Human Resources

York County Community College
112 College Drive
Wells, ME 04090
Or to: employment@yccc.edu

Only applications for currently advertised positions will be accepted.

York County Community College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. York County Community College does not discriminate in its education and employment programs on the basis of age, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or religion. For more information, please call (207) 216-4444. Please click HERE to see our full Non Discrimination Policy.

 

 

Mathematics Adjunct Instructors - Spring 2021

Mathematics Adjunct Instructors – Spring 2021

 

York County Community College is currently accepting résumés for adjunct instructors to teach one hundred level courses. This is a non-benefited position with teaching assignments on a course-by-course, semester-to-semester basis. 

 

 

MAT 118 Quantitative Reasoning: this courses provides a foundation in critical thinking, problem solving, and mathematical and statistical skills aligned with citizenship, workforce and real-world applications. The goals of the course are to engage students in meaningful mathematical experiences that will increase their quantitative and logical reasoning abilities and strengthen the mathematical abilities that they will encounter in other disciplines. A focus of the course is to develop and support communication and collaboration skills. This course is designed as a gateway course for students entering non-STEM degree programs.

 

MAT 124 Statistics:  this course studies methods of collecting, organizing, summarizing, and presenting data, providing students the opportunity to develop skills using statistical techniques.  Topics of study also include sampling methods, descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, normal distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, inferential statistics, regression, and correlation.  Technology will be employed as appropriate.

 

Experience:  teaching in a face to face or an online/hybrid environment, knowledge and use of educational technologies including course management systems such as Brightspace and virtual classroom platforms such as Zoom.  Prior teaching experience at a community college is preferred.

 

Degree requirements:  A Master's degree in Mathematics or a closely related field is required.

Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest, resume, YCCC Application, Adjunct Faculty Rider, official transcripts and names of three (3) references to:

Human Resources

York County Community College

112 College Drive

Wells, ME 04090

Or to: employment@yccc.edu

 

York County Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer.  For more information, please call 207-216-4435.

 

Enrollment Coordinator

SUMMARY: The Enrollment Coordinator operates in a high-tech environment and is responsible for recruiting and onboarding students interested in enrolling at the college.  The Enrollment Coordinator recruits and assists potential and accepted students through the admissions process and continues that student relationship through the college transition.  The Enrollment Coordinator maintains positive relationships with high school guidance counselors, vocational centers, adult education centers, local businesses, and community members.  The Enrollment Coordinator is responsible for promoting the college and its programs to a variety of audiences including middle schools, high schools, adult students and workforce employees in and outside of the State of Maine.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:  MEA salary schedule pending classification. Benefits include 100% employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, choice of Maine Public Employees Retirement System or TIAA CREF in lieu of social security, generous vacation/personal/sick time allowances, 12 paid holidays, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS for employees, spouse and/or dependents. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree. 1-2 years of experience in enrollment or closely related field.  

DESIRABLE: Master’s Degree.  2 + years experience in enrollment management, admissions, marketing, counseling and advising students.  Experience with student clubs/organizations, E-sports, student leadership development, or intercollegiate athletics.  Computer proficiency, admissions or sales experience.  Ability to communicate effectively before large and small groups, knowledge or experience in counseling and advising.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED: 

  • Knowledge of and experiencing working with social media including: (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snap Chat, TikTok)
  • A clean driving record is important due to in and out of state travel requirements
  • Excellent relationship building, oral and written communication skills relative to presentations
  • Computer skills (Microsoft Office) and use of student information system (Jenzabar)
  • Superior problem-solving, time management and organizational skills
  • Solutions oriented with strong follow-up ability
  • Passion for representing the college and its programs
  • Positive attitude and strong work ethic in a diverse educational community setting.
  • Ability to adapt to changing assignments and multiple priorities

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Include but are not limited to the following;

  • Serve as the initial point of contact for enrollment and registration activities within assigned region. Create and maintain positive relationships with prospective students, guidance counselors, middle schools, high schools, vocational and adult education centers.  Responsible for admissions outreach both in and out of the state of Maine.  Schedule and perform presentations and one on one appointments at high schools, vocational and adult education centers.  Helps coordinate Open House, financial aid nights and other recruitment activities.  Contact prospective students by phone, mail, email, Zoom, and text.  Statewide and out-of-state travel required.
  • Maintain office hours for walk-in traffic, and schedule appointments, meet and greet prospective students and their families, conduct campus tours, connect students with financial aid, Student Success Coaches, faculty and other student support services.  Assist with onboarding students as well as add/drop courses as appropriate and according to College policies.   
  • Process applications, collect immunization records, review high school and college transcripts to determine prerequisite courses, review documents for accuracy and completeness and record them in the appropriate computer software. Provide data entry and clerical support.
  • Hires and trains student tour guides on how to use online enrollment services functions to support admission, registration, and payment activities.  Educate students on how to access College information available on the internet.
  • Create text messages, email blasts, social media to ensure effective communications to prospective students and campus community.  Collaborate with Director of Enrollment Management/Marketing to identify and coordinate cross promotional opportunities.
  • Assist with student clubs and organizations, e-sports, student leadership development, or intercollegiate athletics to provide support with fundraising, constitution writing, travel policies, social media, community outreach, marketing and recruitment.  Assist with the implementation of co-curricular programs, activities and multicultural events.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  Your application for employment with the Maine Community College System may be subject to public disclosure.  Review of applications will begin on July 29, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.  Interested applicants should submit a YCCC Employment Application, letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and three professional references to:

Human Resources

York County Community College

112 College Drive

Wells, Maine 04090

Or to: employment@yccc.edu

York County Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer.  For more information, please call 207/216-4444.

Director of Workforce Training and Professional Development

SUMMARY: The Director of Workforce Training and Professional Development Serves as the liaison for workforce training and professional development services for the College.  This position is responsible for the oversight of the division’s day to day administration of workforce training and professional development initiative.  Responsibilities include developing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating workforce training initiatives, and developing and monitoring training program budgets. 

SALARY AND BENEFITS:  MEA salary schedule pending classification. Benefits include 100% employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, choice of Maine Public Employees Retirement System or TIAA CREF in lieu of social security, generous vacation/personal/sick time allowances, 12 paid holidays, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS for employees, spouse and/or dependents.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s Degree in Business, Education or related field and 2-4 years of demonstrated progressive management/leadership experience.  Excellent written and oral communication skills.

DESIRABLE:  Supervision experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED: 

  • Strong customer service and sales skills.
  • Capacity to manage multiple complex tasks and priorities, good problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to collaborate on projects with faculty, staff and corporate partners.
  • Ability to adapt and be flexible to rapidly changing priorities or employer needs.
  • Working knowledge of marketing practices.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Include but are not limited to the following;

  • Develops, manages, coordinates, implements and evaluates the College’s workforce training and professional development services at YCCC.
  • Manages the project cycle for customized training programs (prospect, conception, implementation plan, contract with business and instructors, monitoring and evaluation plan, post training evaluation and close out of training).
  • Develops professional development schedules, identifies and assigns the contracting of instructors/facilitators/trainers.  Oversees the development and maintenance of individual and aggregate records to track program enrollments, academic records, expenditures and revenues used for evaluating, reporting and forecasting purposes.
  • Works directing with instructors and businesses to create curriculum and training schedules and monitors and evaluates individual courses to ensure training objectives are being met and the needs of both students and business and industry are addressed.  Collaborates with college administrators, faculty and staff regarding workforce training and professional development activities.
  • Manages and prepares budgets, registration, contracts, curriculum development, course set up and delivery of programs and services.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES:  Your application for employment with the Maine Community College System may be subject to public disclosure.  Review of applications will begin on July 14, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.  Interested applicants should submit a YCCC Employment Application, letter of interest, resume, transcripts, and three professional references to:

 

Human Resources

York County Community College

112 College Drive

Wells, Maine 04090

Or to: employment@yccc.edu

 

York County Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer.  For more information, please call 207/216-4444.

INSTRUCTORS NEEDED at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

The Apprentice Program at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is looking for several on-site contract instructors to teach in its Apprentice Program. Instructors are needed in:

  1. Operations Management
  2. Blueprint Drawing
  3. Electricity/Electronics
  4. Computers
  5. Physics
  6. Math
  7. Technical Writing
  8. Oral Communications

 

Prior teaching experience is preferred as well as technical experience.

Proof of US Citizenship and background check required.

York County Community College and Great Bay Community College work with Portsmouth Naval Shipyard’s Apprentice Program, providing instructors for the students in the program.

 

The sessions run for 10 days (Monday through Friday) and are from 12-4:00 or 4:30-8:30. When you email your resume, please be sure to mention what time frame would work for you to teach.

 

The pay is $1855 per class.


All classes are run on-site in Kittery, Maine.

 

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Lori Hutchins

lhutchins@yccc.edu

Please note resumes are filed until the position needs to be filled, so you will not receive a response that we received your email. 

 

Machining Instructors - Continuing Education

The Department of Continuing Education has an immediate opening for an adjunct instructor in Precision Machining Technology.  Available classes include conventional machining using mills and lathes as well as CNC Machining, layout and CMM.  This opening is for a short term, daytime position.

Applicants for all precision machining classes must have related professional experience in the subject area; prior teaching experience and college credits in the subject area are preferred.

These are non-benefited contract opportunities with teaching assignments occurring randomly throughout the year.  Flexibility in scheduling is needed.

Please send cover letter, resume and YCCC application to: Kristen Wiegand:  ykwiegand@yccc.edu

 

 

Applications for employment with a college or other unit of the Maine Community College System may be subject to public disclosure.  Should your application be among those in a pool of finalists for which a request for public disclosure has been received, you will be notified and have five working days within which to withdraw from consideration.  If you do not withdraw your candidacy withing the time allotted, your name, present position and current employer will be released as a finalist for the position in question.

York County Community College and the Maine Community College System offer a comprehensive benefits package to all permanent staff and faculty.  All benefits are in accordance with the collective bargaining units represented within the Maine Community College System.  Benefits offered include the following:

  • Comprehensive Health & Dental Insurance
  • Vision Care 
  • Health & Dependent Care Spending Accounts
  • Free Tuition at Maine's Community Colleges
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous Vacation & Sick Leave
  • 12 Paid Holidays Annually
  • Retirement (in lieu of social security)
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Long Term Care Insurance

For more detailed information regarding these benefits, please contact Laura McPhail in Human Resources at ylmcphail@yccc.edu

MCCS Current Openings:

Central Maine Community College

Position Vacancy Announcement

Workforce Program Specialist

Date: October 1, 2020

Title of Position: Workforce Program Specialist

Bargaining Unit / Salary Range: Salary and Benefits commensurate with the Agreement between the MCCS Trustees and the MEA Administrators Unit, Level III.

Opening: Workforce Program Specialist
CMCC seeks a full-time Workforce Program Specialist for the Center for Workforce & Professional Development. The Workforce Program Specialist reports to the Dean of Workforce & Professional Development and assists with the planning, implementation, and coordination of noncredit courses and trainings to include marketing and registration procedures. The Workforce Program Specialist manages the Center for Testing and Assessment, which includes staff scheduling and ensuring that the College is upholding testing policies and procedures as outlined by individual testing vendors.

Minimum Qualifications
• Associate Degree in business or related field. Preferably in a community college setting.
• Proven project management skills.
• Experience marketing, scheduling, and coordinating delivery of programs.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office computer applications, and excellent problem-solving skills are required.
• Strong written and oral communication skills.
• Strong interpersonal skills, relationship-building, group facilitation, and time management.
• Self-starter- must be able to work independently with minimal direction once directives are established and understood.

Desired Qualifications
• Baccalaureate Degree in business or related field.
• Proficiency in Adobe design products

Consideration of applications will begin on October 15, 2020 and the process continues until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send resume, cover letter, as well as completed CMCC employment application (https://www.cmcc.edu/discover-cmcc/overview/jobs-at-cmcc/) to:

Todd Crossley - tcrossley@cmcc.edu (207) 755-5434
Central Maine Community College
1250 Turner Street
Auburn, ME 04210

To enrich education through diversity, Central Maine Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution. For more information, please call (207)755-5396.

Central Maine Community College

Date: September 29, 2020

Title of Position: Automotive Instructor

Bargaining Unit / Salary Range: Salary and Benefits commensurate with the Agreement between the MCCS Trustees and the MEA Faculty Unit.

RESPONSIBILITIES: CMCC is seeking one full-time faculty member to teach in the Automotive Technology / Ford ASSET program. The instructor must be prepared to teach a combination of day and evening classes to include a minimum 25 contact hours each semester of classroom and practicum work and supervision of associate-degree students in a variety of shop and classroom settings. Travel would be necessary to secure and maintain some certifications.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Associate Degree
• Recent experience working in the automotive trade
• Ability and willingness to earn and maintain certifications to include: ASE Master Certification and Advanced Engine Performance Certification (L1), Ford Senior Master Certification, Subaru Level 2 Technician Certification, Toyota Technician Certification

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Teaching experience
• Fluency in Ford programs including diagnostic tools and information systems
• ASE Master Certification and Advanced Engine Performance Certification (L1)
• Manufacture Master Certification(s)
• State Inspection and 609 Refrigerant Handling License
• Computer skills including but not limited to MS Office Suite

APPLICATION PROCESS: Consideration of applications will begin October 14, 2020, and continue until the position is filled. Please send a letter of application addressing the above, college transcripts, a current resume including names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references, and a completed CMCC employment application (available at www.cmcc.edu) to:

Todd Crossley – 207-755-5434
tcrossley@cmcc.edu
Central Maine Community College
1250 Turner Street
Auburn, ME 04210

To enrich education through diversity, Central Maine Community College is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. For more information, please call (207) 755-539

Central Maine Community College

Date: September 29, 2020

Title of Position: Precision Machining Technology Instructor

Bargaining Unit / Salary Range: Salary and Benefits commensurate with the Agreement between the MCCS Trustees and the MEA Faculty Unit.

SUMMARY: CMCC is seeking one full-time faculty member to teach in the Precision Machining Technology program beginning January 2021. The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching precision machining technology courses both day and evening sessions, theory and laboratory courses and preparing and/or maintaining current course syllabi.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Associate Degree in Precision Machining Technology

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree
• Experience in the machine tool technology industry
• Significant CNC experience
• Demonstrated strong written and verbal interpersonal and presentation skills
• Previous teaching experience

APPLICATION PROCESS: Consideration of applications will begin October 14, 2020, and continue until the position is filled. Please send a letter of application addressing the above, college transcripts, a current resume including names, addresses and telephone numbers of three references, and a completed CMCC employment application (available at www.cmcc.edu) to:

Todd Crossley – 207-755-5434
tcrossley@cmcc.edu
Central Maine Community College
1250 Turner Street
Auburn, ME 04210

To enrich education through diversity, Central Maine Community College is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. For more information, please call (207) 755-539

Southern Maine Community College

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS)/Special Population Assistant Director

Temporary, Fully Grant-Funded Position

 

FUNDING: This position is funded for five years by a new TRIO Student Support Services/Special Population grant but may continue if additional funds become available.  

SALARY RANGE: $48,689 - $56,445

BENEFITS: 100% employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, choice of Maine Public Employees Retirement System or TIAA CREF in lieu of social security, generous vacation/personal/sick time allowances, 12 paid holidays, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS for employees, spouse and/or dependents.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The TRIO SSS Assistant Director is responsible for a wide variety of grant management and implementation activities focused on students who are actively participating in the federally funded TRIO program for students with disabilities (including mental health disabilities, learning disabilities, ADHD or on the autism spectrum). The Assistant Director is responsible for ensuring project compliance with regulatory standards; developing and updating the project policy and procedures manual; providing 1:1/small group retention advising and coaching; developing and operationalizing student academic success plan(s); documenting outcomes and conducting assessments; assisting the Director with Annual Performance Report (APR). Emphasis is placed on program development and implementation, student services, collecting and reporting data, and ensuring student success and achievement of grant goals. The Assistant Director reports to the SSS Director.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in Education, Counseling, Psychology, student personnel services, or a related field. Two to four years of progressive experience developing and managing educational programs in secondary or higher education setting. Demonstrated knowledge of developmental education and understanding of the various risk factors associated with students with disabilities. Administrative and organizational skills; data gathering, management and reporting skills; ability to adapt to changing technologies that support teaching and participant learning. Demonstrated sensitivity and experience working with students and/or individuals from diverse social, economic, ethnic, academic, and cultural backgrounds. Two or more years of academic advising, counseling, supplemental instruction and/or teaching experience. Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, database software and Student Information Systems.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:  Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills; experience coordinating activities with faculty, staff, and students in a  post-secondary advising setting; and knowledge of student development, curriculum planning, and understanding the wide range of SMCC students’ needs, and ability to relate to a diverse student body.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:  Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and a list of three professional references by 5pm on Tuesday, October 6th, 2020 to HR@smccME.edu or mail to:

Southern Maine Community College

HR Office, 2 Fort Road

South Portland, ME  04106

SMCC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer & Educational Institution

 

Southern Maine Community College

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS)/Special Population Coach

Temporary, Fully Grant-Funded Position

Pending Classification Review 

FUNDING: Position is funded through July 2025 by a new TRIO Student Success Services/Special Population grant but may continue if additional funds become available.  

SALARY RANGE: $42,000 - $50,150

BENEFITS: 100% employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, choice of Maine Public Employees Retirement System or TIAA CREF in lieu of social security, generous vacation/personal/sick time allowances, 12 paid holidays, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS for employees, spouse and/or dependents.

The TRIO SSS/special population Coach works as part of a team to design and deliver a comprehensive program of support and activities focused on improving academic achievement, retention and graduation rates of students with disabilities who are actively participating in the federally funded TRIO program. This position provides direct services to students with disabilities including but not limited to mental health disabilities, learning disabilities, ADHD or on the autism spectrum through the provision of guidance and mentoring to optimize student success. Specific responsibilities include assisting participants with academic advising, financial literacy, career and transfer planning and monitoring student progress toward graduation. Emphasis is placed on the quality of project design, continual program improvement and direct student services to achieve grant goals. The TRIO SSS/Special Population Coach reports to the SSS Director.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Education, Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related field. Two or more years of direct service experience working with adolescents or young adults with disabilities and demonstrated experience assessing and supporting their needs. Data management and program evaluation knowledge and skills. Demonstrated sensitivity and experience working with students and/or individuals from diverse social, economic, ethnic, academic, and cultural backgrounds. Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and database software.

PREFERRED QUALIFCATIONS:

  • Three years of experience working in a secondary and/or higher education setting
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in assessing and working with students to improve executive functioning, emotional regulation and social skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience supporting students with different learning styles
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with non-traditional students
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in academic advising and undergraduate retention strategies including career development, guidance, financial aid/literacy and the undergraduate admissions process
  • Knowledge of assistive technologies or software, including apps, or tools to include voice recognition programs, screen readers, screen enlargement applications, notetaking support, recording devices, cognitive/memory aids, etc.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:  Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills; experience coordinating activities with faculty, staff, and students in a  post-secondary advising setting; and knowledge of student development, curriculum planning, and understanding the wide range of  SMCC students’ needs, and ability to relate to a diverse student body.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:  Review of applicants will begin Wednesday, October 7th, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.  Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and a list of three professional references to HR@smccME.edu or mail to:  Southern Maine Community College, HR Office, 2 Fort Road, South Portland, ME  04106

 SMCC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer & Educational Institution

 

Southern Maine Community College

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Coach

Temporary, Fully Grant-Funded Position

Pending Classification Review 

FUNDING: Position is funded through July 2025 by two TRIO Student Success Services grants but may continue if additional funds become available.  

SALARY RANGE: $42,000 - $50,150

BENEFITS: 100% employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, choice of Maine Public Employees Retirement System or TIAA CREF in lieu of social security, generous vacation/personal/sick time allowances, 12 paid holidays, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS for employees, spouse and/or dependents.

JOB DESCRIPTION: The TRIO SSS Coach works as part of a team to design and deliver a comprehensive program of support and activities focused on improving academic achievement, retention and graduation rates of low-income, first generation students and students with disabilities who are actively participating in one of two federally funded TRIO programs. 30% of the position will be based in the TRIO SSS/Regular Project and 70% in the SSS/Special Population for students with disabilities, including but not limited to mental health disabilities, learning disabilities, ADHD or on the autism spectrum. This position provides direct services to students through the provision of guidance and mentoring to optimize student success. Specific responsibilities include assisting participants with academic advising, financial literacy, career planning, transfer college admissions process and monitoring student progress toward graduation. Emphasis is placed on the quality of project design, continual program improvement and direct student services to achieve grant goals. The TRIO SSS Coach reports to the SSS Director.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Education, Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related field. Two or more years of direct service experience working with adolescents or young adults with disabilities and demonstrated experience assessing and supporting their needs. Data management and program evaluation knowledge and skills. Demonstrated sensitivity and experience working with students and/or individuals from diverse social, economic, ethnic, academic, and cultural backgrounds. Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and database software.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three years of experience working in a secondary and/or higher education setting
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in assessing and working with students to improve executive functioning, emotional regulation and social skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience supporting students with different learning styles
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with non-traditional students
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in academic advising and undergraduate retention strategies including career exploration, transfer guidance and financial literacy
  • Knowledge of college application, financial aid and transfer processes
  • Experience in event planning and programming

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:  Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills; experience coordinating activities with faculty, staff, and students in a  post-secondary advising setting; and knowledge of student development, curriculum planning, and understanding the wide range of  SMCC students’ needs, and ability to relate to a diverse student body.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:  Review of applicants will begin Wednesday, October 7th, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.  Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and a list of three professional references to HR@smccME.edu or mail to:  Southern Maine Community College, HR Office, 2 Fort Road, South Portland, ME  04106

SMCC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer & Educational Institution

 

Eastern Maine Community College

Title of Position: Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs

Bargaining Unit/Anticipated Salary Range: Confidential; Level 8; $70,646 - $100,553

Responsibilities: The Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs (VPASA) reports directly to the College President, serving as a key member of the Executive Leadership Team. The VPASA provides leadership and administrative direction for Academic Affairs. The VPASA serves as the team leader for instruction and is responsible for on-campus credit instruction at the college. Duties include all matters relating to faculty, curriculum, and academic policies. The VPASA is responsible for oversight of developing new programs with limited resources, ability to analyze data to make decision and implementation of new forms of media for instruction. Areas of supervision include instructional quality, faculty and faculty development, procedures for all academic affairs functions, and higher education center operations. The VPASA also leads a team of Student Success professionals who organize and deliver services and programs that complement and enhance the mission of EMCC and the Division of Student Success. The VPASA is responsible for developing and overseeing programs that enable students to realize their fullest intellectual and personal potential and for integrating student life experiences with the College’s educational mission. By working with and representing the interests of a diverse student body, the VPASA ensures a mutually reinforcing relationship between the academic and non-academic areas of the College. The VPASA plays a central role in defining a strong sense of community that unites students, faculty and staff across campus. The VPASA will be responsible for leadership of the student retention module. The VPASA oversees all student services, including residential life, student activities, disability services, student code of conduct, psychological services, campus reception area, and TRiO Student Support Services (SSS).

Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Education Administration or related field required; 5 years of progressively responsible leadership experience in higher education required. 3 or more year of experience in a community college setting desired.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Serious commitment to the values and goals of EMCC and its student population, history of significant organizational leadership, and the demonstrated ability to foster a campus climate that values community, civility and mutual respect. Substantial experience in college administration, academic affairs, accreditation, evaluation, assessment, student life, student success and counseling. A compelling vision of the role of a community college that serves multiple audiences including adults and non-traditional students in a setting that also incorporates residential education and student services in the overall education experience of students and the ability to advance the vision. Proven ability to lead and manage a team of skilled professionals effectively. A sophisticated understanding of how to gather, analyze and use data to develop and assess programs. Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to speak to a variety of audiences. Demonstrated sensitivity and effectiveness in responding to challenging student and college community issues and a high degree of accessibility and openness to students. Three years teaching preferable at the post-secondary level; five to eight years administrative and supervisory experience at the post-secondary level or in business and industry setting; experience with and understanding of applied learning and technical education; understanding and endorsement of team building and quality management; ability to delegate effectively; working knowledge of strategic planning; systems approach to problem solving and conflict resolution; excellent human relations, interpersonal and communications skills; budget management; advocacy skills; curriculum development; strong public speaking; knowledge of industrial training and education needs. Understanding and appreciation of the future of higher education and using that information to lead critical conversations on teaching, learning, and student services. Successful candidate should understand and integrate a human-centered design thinking leadership model.

Benefits: 100% employer paid employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employee, Maine State Retirement or TIAA-CREF, and a generous time off package.

Application Procedure/Deadline: Email cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to resumes@emcc.edu. Deadline for submission is September 14, 2020.

Institutional Summary: Eastern Maine Community College offers more than 30 traditional and technical programs. The college provides customized, short term, and specialized training courses for a wide variety of businesses, organizations, and the community. We award associates in applied science, associates in science, and associates in arts; certificates; diplomas; and awards of completion for customized, short-term programs, and trainings. The 72-acre campus is located in Bangor, just a short drive from Maine’s scenic coast and mountains.
EMCC is dedicated to providing all students with a balanced education focused on problem solving, decision making, communication, social understanding, computer applications, mathematics, and science. Our technology programs include concentrated studies in both technical theory and application in the area of specialization, and all of our programs require liberal arts courses to form the foundation for lifelong learning. Our programs and student support services are designed to develop leadership skills, personal responsibility, teamwork, and appreciation of global complexity.

Eastern Maine Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer. For more information about this commitment, please call the Affirmative Action Officer at (207) 974-4633

Eastern Maine Community College

Title of Position: Accounting Technician

Bargaining Unit/Anticipated Salary Range: MSEA Support Services; Level 16; $17.81 - $18.55/hour

Responsibilities: Manages accounts payable and purchasing under general supervision. Applies accounting principles and techniques to the Accounts Payable function. Allocates payments to proper accounts, follows and recommends new, college and department policies, procedures and regulations as appropriate. Assists in the refund process for student accounts. Perform other accounting project tasks as assigned (grants oversight, monthly and year ending, other). Reconciles Student Activity, and Petty Cash Checking Accounts. Prepares UPS, Postage Allocation, and Purchase Card journal entries on a monthly basis. Performs the final step in the Daily Cash up. Maintains Fixed Asset backup files.
Minimum Qualifications: Associates degree in Accounting, Business Administration or related field required. Minimum of 3 years of experience with accounts payable.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Strong computer skills in the area of word processing, spreadsheets and various database systems. Ability to hand multiple tasks.

Benefits: 100% employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employee, Maine State Retirement and a generous time off package.
Application Procedure/Deadline: Email cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references to resumes@emcc.edu. Deadline for submission is September 14, 2020.

Institutional Summary: Eastern Maine Community College offers more than 30 traditional and technical programs. The college provides customized, short term, and specialized training courses for a wide variety of businesses, organizations, and the community. We award associates in applied science, associates in science, and associates in arts; certificates; diplomas; and awards of completion for customized, short-term programs, and trainings. The 72-acre campus is located in Bangor, just a short drive from Maine’s scenic coast and mountains.

EMCC is dedicated to providing all students with a balanced education focused on problem solving, decision making, communication, social understanding, computer applications, mathematics, and science. Our technology programs include concentrated studies in both technical theory and application in the area of specialization, and all of our programs require liberal arts courses to form the foundation for lifelong learning. Our programs and student support services are designed to develop leadership skills, personal responsibility, teamwork, and appreciation of global complexity.

Eastern Maine Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer. For more information about this commitment, please call the Affirmative Action Officer at (207) 974-4633

Kennebec Valley Community College

DATE: August 27, 2020

POSITION TITLE: Respiratory Therapy Faculty/Director of Clinical Education

INSTITUTION: Kennebec Valley Community College (KVCC) is a 2-year comprehensive community college in mid-
Maine serving approximately 2400 students from Somerset, Kennebec, and Knox counties and well beyond. In 2014, KVCC
expanded its Fairfield-based operation to include the 600-acre Harold Alfond Campus in Hinckley, Maine. Over the past six
years, KVCC has invested nearly $30 million in college programs, infrastructure, and buildings including construction of the
KVCC Center for Science Education, the 120-acre organic farm, 480 acres of forest land, a state-of-the-art culinary arts
facility and demonstration kitchen, the largest carpentry lab in the northeast, an indoor electrical lineworker training facility,
two medical simulation labs, an early childhood outdoor family education lab, a CNC machine tool lab, a welding lab, and
many other important updates including a vast overhaul of IT equipment, software, and computers. KVCC’s Harold Alfond
Campus and the revitalized Fairfield campus, in addition to our satellite sites at the Buker Center in Augusta and the Mid-
Coast School of Technology in Rockland, offer an unparalleled environment for inspiring new academic energy and
innovative thinking. KVCC is a collegial environment emphasizing student success and respect for a diverse population of
employees, students, and community members.

SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary and benefits commensurate with the Agreement between the Maine Community
College System Trustees and the MEA Faculty Unit. Benefits include: Retirement choice of Maine Public
Employees Retirement System (MainePERS) or Teachers Insurance & Annuity Association College Retirement
Equities Fund (TIAA-CREF) - in lieu of Social Security; full employee health/dental insurance and approximately
60% of cost for dependent coverage; life insurance paid by the MCCS; Personal 2 days/year; and Sick 9
days/academic year.

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates for the Respiratory Therapy Faculty/Director of Clinical Education must have
a baccalaureate degree from an academic institution accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency
recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (USDE), hold a valid Registered Respiratory Therapy (RRT)
credential and current state license, have a minimum of four (4) years of experience as a Registered Respiratory
Therapist with at least two (2) years in clinical respiratory care, and have a minimum of two (2) years of
experience teaching in an accredited respiratory care program either as an appointed faculty member or as a
clinical preceptor.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Respiratory Therapy Faculty/Director of Clinical Education is responsible for all
aspects of the clinical experiences of students enrolled in the program, including organization, administration,
continuous review and revision, planning for and development of locations (with appropriate supervision) for
evolving practice skills, and the general effectiveness of the clinical experience. Educational responsibilities
include: teaching, curriculum development and review, academic advising, etc. Schedule may include day,
evening, and online classes.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Initial review of applications will begin September 9, 2020 and will continue
until the position is filled. To submit a complete application file, please send the following: cover letter,
resume, official transcript of highest degree earned, and the KVCC Application for Employment (visit:
http://www.kvcc.me.edu/employment and download form) to mbrennan@kvcc.me.edu.

Kennebec Valley Community College is an equal opportunity affirmative action institution and employer.
For more information, please contact the Affirmative Action Officer at 453-5000.

Washington County Community College

Facilities Maintenance Specialist I Part-time

Washington County Community College is seeking a highly motivated individual with a strong work ethic to fill a part-time immediate opening in the maintenance department. This position performs custodial cleaning and minor repair maintenance of assigned campus buildings, grounds, and parking lots to ensure a safe and clean environment for students, faculty, staff, and the public.


Qualifications: A high school diploma with up to one year of experience in building maintenance and custodial work. The qualified candidate will have knowledge of materials, methods and equipment used in custodial cleaning and grounds work; the ability to operate manual and automatic custodial equipment; adhere to safety rules and procedures; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; make minor repairs and adjustments to cleaning/grounds equipment; sufficient physical strength to perform a variety of manual tasks in the care, cleaning and maintenance of buildings, equipment and grounds.


Salary Range: Part-time, MSEA unit position, Range 10, $14.91 to $16.54, depending on experience. Prorated Benefits: Employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, Maine State Retirement, vacation/sick time allowances, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS.


Application Process: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, list three professional references (letters accepted) to resume@wccc.me.edu or mail to Robyn Leighton, Human Resource Coordinator, Washington County Community College, One College Drive, Calais, ME 04619. By close of business Tuesday, September 8, 2020. WCCC is an EO/AA Employer

Washington County Community College

Maintenance Technician  Afternoon/Evening Shift

Washington County Community College is seeking a highly motivated individual with a strong work ethic to fill an immediate full-time opening in the maintenance department. This position requires knowledge of maintenance and monitoring college systems and fixtures, knowledge of cleaning methods, materials and equipment used in custodial work and knowledge of precautions necessary to safeguard property and equipment. This position will operate various equipment, such as but not limited to snow removal, lawn care, forklift and front-end loader. Some weekends may be required.

Qualifications: Up to two years of vocational or technical training and/or experience in general maintenance and repair of building and machinery. The qualified candidate will have knowledge of materials, methods and equipment used in custodial cleaning and grounds work; the ability to operate manual and automatic custodial equipment; adhere to safety rules and procedures; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; make minor repairs and adjustments to cleaning/grounds equipment; sufficient physical strength to perform a variety of manual tasks in the care, cleaning and maintenance of buildings, equipment and grounds.


Salary Range: Full-time, MSEA unit position, Range 12, $15.63 to $17.51 depending on experience. Benefits: Employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, Maine State Retirement, vacation/sick time allowances, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS.


Application Process: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, list three professional references (letters accepted) to resume@wccc.me.edu or mail to Robyn Leighton, Human Resource Coordinator, Washington County Community College, One College Drive, Calais, ME 04619. By close of business Tuesday, September 8, 2020 WCCC is an EO/AA Employer.

Washington County Community College

Facilities Maintenance Specialist I Afternoon/Evening Shift

Washington County Community College is seeking a highly motivated individual with a strong work ethic to fill a full-time immediate opening in the maintenance department. This position performs custodial cleaning and minor maintenance repairs of assigned campus buildings, grounds, and parking lots to ensure a safe and clean environment for students, faculty, staff, and the public. Some weekends may be required.

Qualifications: A high school diploma with up to one year of experience in building maintenance and custodial work. The qualified candidate will have knowledge of materials, methods and equipment used in custodial cleaning and grounds work; the ability to operate manual and automatic custodial equipment; adhere to safety rules and procedures; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; make minor repairs and adjustments to cleaning/grounds equipment; sufficient physical strength to perform a variety of manual tasks in the care, cleaning and maintenance of buildings, equipment and grounds.

Salary Range: Full-time, MSEA unit position, Range 10, $14.91 to $16.54, depending on experience. Benefits: Employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employees (spouse/domestic partner/dependent coverage also available), vision insurance, Maine State Retirement, vacation/sick time allowances, professional development, and free tuition within the MCCS.

Application Process: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, list three professional references (letters accepted) to resume@wccc.me.edu or mail to Robyn Leighton, Human Resource Coordinator, Washington County Community College, One College Drive, Calais, ME 04619. By close of business Tuesday, September 8, 2020. WCCC is an EO/AA Employer

 

Kennebec Valley Community College

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

DATE: August 25, 2020

POSITION TITLE: Emergency Medical Services Faculty (Part-time/Perkins Grant Funded)

INSTITUTION: Kennebec Valley Community College (KVCC) is a 2-year comprehensive community college in mid-
Maine serving approximately 2400 students from Somerset, Kennebec, and Knox counties and well beyond. In 2014, KVCC
expanded its Fairfield-based operation to include the 600-acre Harold Alfond Campus in Hinckley, Maine. Over the past six
years, KVCC has invested nearly $30 million in college programs, infrastructure, and buildings including construction of the
KVCC Center for Science Education, the 120-acre organic farm, 480 acres of forest land, a state-of-the-art culinary arts
facility and demonstration kitchen, the largest carpentry lab in the northeast, an indoor electrical lineworker training facility,
two medical simulation labs, an early childhood outdoor family education lab, a CNC machine tool lab, a welding lab, and
many other important updates including a vast overhaul of IT equipment, software, and computers. KVCC’s Harold Alfond
Campus and the revitalized Fairfield campus, in addition to our satellite sites at the Buker Center in Augusta and the Mid-
Coast School of Technology in Rockland, offer an unparalleled environment for inspiring new academic energy and
innovative thinking. KVCC is a collegial environment emphasizing student success and respect for a diverse population of
employees, students, and community members.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The faculty position is responsible for all educational aspects of the courses they are
assigned, which include: teaching, curriculum development and review, academic advising, etc. Schedule may
include day and evening classes on Monday and Wednesday, or online classes.

QUALIFICATIONS: The candidate must have at least 2 years teaching experience at the college level and a
minimum of 3 years of experience with the delivery of pre-hospital emergency care at the AEMT level. The
candidate must possess a current Maine EMS license and MEMS instructor coordinator license. Recommended
qualifications include:
• Baccalaureate or Associate degree
• NREMT certification
• Licensed at the Paramedic level
• American Heart Association instructor for ACLS, PALS, CPR
• National Association of EMT instructor for PHTLS, AMLS, and EPC.
• Understanding of the CoAEMSP accreditation process

SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary and benefits commensurate with the Agreement between the Maine Community
College System Trustees and the MEA Faculty Unit. Benefits include: Retirement choice of Maine Public
Employees Retirement System (MainePERS) or Teachers Insurance & Annuity Association College Retirement
Equities Fund (TIAA-CREF) - in lieu of Social Security; full employee health/dental insurance and approximately
60% of cost for dependent coverage; life insurance paid by the MCCS; Personal 2 days/year; and Sick 9
days/academic year.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Initial review of applications will begin September 11, 2020 and will
continue until the position is filled. To submit a complete application file, please send the following: cover
letter, resume, official transcript of highest degree earned, and the KVCC Application for Employment
(visit: http://www.kvcc.me.edu/employment and download form) to mbrennan@kvcc.me.edu.
Kennebec Valley Community College is an equal opportunity affirmative action institution and employer.
For more information, please contact the Affirmative Action Officer at 453-5000

Eastern Maine Community College

Coordinator of Accessibility Services

Title of Position: Coordinator of Accessibility Services

Bargaining Unit/Anticipated Salary Range: MEA Administrators, Level 3, $39,589.38 - $50,150.66

Responsibilities: The Coordinator of Accessibility Services works under the supervision of the Chief Student Success Officer. This position requires a comprehensive knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Coordinator of Accessibility Services will be responsible for the analysis of documentation for eligibility determination and formulation of reasonable accommodation plans to ensure equal access to college programs and services. This position will collaborate with faculty, staff and students to coordinate, organize and publicize pro-active campus-wide educational and program offerings related to disability services. This position will also communicate EMCC’s policies and programs involving student disability services to prospective and current students, parents, educators and external organizations. Additionally, the Coordinator will oversee the make-up examination process, perform other tasks within the Student Success Center and provide training to faculty regarding Universal Design for Learning with face to face and online instruction.

Minimum Qualifications: Master’s Degree in student development, counseling, education or related field with
3-5 years of experience in post-secondary disability services required. Direct knowledge of the ADA and Section 504 Rehabilitation Act and how they apply to post-secondary education essential.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: The chosen candidate should have experience in office management, organizational skills, experience working with diverse populations and the ability to multitask and handle the unexpected with aplomb. Must enjoy working with people and problem solving. Proficient with Microsoft Office essential; knowledge of Jenzabar preferred; demonstrated knowledge of strategies for assessing and supporting the academic needs of at-risk students and students with disabilities; proficient with assistive technology preferred.

Benefits: Employer paid health, dental and life insurance for employee, Maine State Retirement or TIAA-CREF, and generous time off available.

Application Procedure: Email cover letter, resume, transcripts, and contact information for three professional references to resumes@emcc.edu. Deadline for submission is August 19, 2020.

Institutional Summary: Eastern Maine Community College offers more than 30 traditional and technical programs. The college provides customized, short term, and specialized training courses for a wide variety of businesses, organizations, and the community. We award associates in applied science, associates in science, and associates in arts; certificates; diplomas; and awards of completion for customized, short-term programs, and trainings. The 72-acre campus is located in Bangor, just a short drive from Maine’s scenic coast and mountains.

EMCC is dedicated to providing all students with a balanced education focused on problem solving, decision making, communication, social understanding, computer applications, mathematics, and science. Our technology programs include concentrated studies in both technical theory and application in the area of specialization, and all of our programs require liberal arts courses to form the foundation for lifelong learning. Our programs and student support services are designed to develop leadership skills, personal responsibility, teamwork, and appreciation of global complexity.

Eastern Maine Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer. For more information about this commitment, please call the Affirmative Action Officer at (207) 974-4633