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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. A Completed YCCC 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) 216-4435. Please click HERE to see our full Non-Discrimination Policy.

 

Coordinator of Student Disability Services

YORK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

 

POSTIION VACANCY ANNOUCEMENT

 

Coordinator of Student Disability Services

 

York County Community College, established in 1994, is a regionally accredited institution that offers associate degrees and certificate programs.   The college also offers a number of online courses and provides non-credit courses and training to business and industry.

 

Description:  This 24 hour per week, 48 weeks a year position (August – July), exact dates to be determined) serving students will begin as soon as possible.  The Coordinator will work with:  faculty, academic dean, dean of students and system legal counsel to manage disability services at YCCC, focusing on assessment, educational support services for students, accommodations for students, and development and delivery of educational programs on ADA for faculty and staff. 

 

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree required (Masters preferred) in rehabilitation, special education, counseling, psychology, social work or related field.

 

Desirable: Three years’ experience in providing direct support services to students with disabilities at the college level; certification and/or experience with learning disability assessments and accommodations in a learning environment.

 

Responsibilities:  This position will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of providing appropriate services for students with disabilities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.  The specific job duties include the management of disability services, development and delivery of educational programs for students, faculty and staff including, but not limited to assessment, educational support services and accommodations.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: This vacancy announcement is posted in accordance with Article 27. Vacancies, of the MEA Administrators Contract.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Salary Range:  ($21,926.43-$28,609.02).   Benefits will be prorated in accordance with the Maine Educational Association Administrators contract.  Please send a letter of interest, resume, and the names and telephone numbers of three professional references to:

 

 

Human Resources

Attn: Coordinator of Student Disability Services Search Committee

York County Community College

112 College Drive

Wells, Maine 04090

 

Student Navigator

York County Community College, established in 1994, is a regionally accredited institution that offers associate degrees and certificate programs.   The college also offers a number of online courses and provides non-credit courses and training to business and industry.

 

Description:  This full time position is responsible for onboarding and retaining non-traditional students into degree programs.  The position will conduct proactive advising, academic progress review and administer academic and student support services focusing on non-traditional students. The Student Navigator will develop and implement student retention strategies designed to help eligible students persist in their program of study.  This position works closely with other college offices such as admissions, career and transfer, retention and faculty and staff advisors.  

 

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree required (Masters preferred).  Two years of experience in higher education, knowledge of and proven experience in student advising.  Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills. 

 

Desirable: Four years of experience in a community college, experience in student advising and/or admissions, knowledge of best-practices in academic learning communities, excellent writing and presentation skills, demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with faculty, administrators and students.

 

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

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Salary Range: ($39,589.38 to $51,655.17).   Please send a letter of interest, resume, official transcripts and the names and telephone numbers of 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. 

 

Statistics Adjunct Instructor – Fall 2019

Statistics Adjunct Instructor – Fall 2019

 

York County Community College is currently accepting résumés for an adjunct instructor to teach a one hundred level statistics class for a day time section at the Wells Campus.  This is a non-benefited position with teaching assignments on a course-by-course, semester-to-semester basis. 

 

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.

 

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

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 207-216-4436.

 

 

Adjunct Faculty Positions: Natural Sciences Instructors

                                                                                               

 

Adjunct Faculty Positions

Fall 2019 Semester

 

York County Community College is currently accepting résumés for adjunct instructors for day and/or evening availability at the Wells Campus.  These are non-benefited positions with teaching assignments on a course-by-course, semester-to-semester basis.  Instructors are needed in the following areas:

 

Natural Sciences Instructors:

 

General Biology I w/Lab and Intro to Biology w/Lab:

 

Degree requirements:   M.S. in the Biological Sciences is required.

Experience:  Prior teaching experience at the community college or college level is preferred

 

BIO 106/107 General Biology I w/Lab.  Provides a comprehensive examination of the fundamental concepts of biology, including the chemical properties of life, cellular biology and physiology, and genetics.   Evolution, natural selection and diversity are unifying themes. 

 

BIO 101, Introductory Biology with lab.  This overview of biology is designed for non-majors who need a general lab science course to meet their graduation requirements. Selected topics from cell, molecular and organismal biology will be covered, with a focus on understanding how evolution has shaped life forms, and how life forms interact with the environment.

 

 SCI 100, Sustainable Eating. This course explores how the sources of food we eat can impact the health of our bodies and the environment. The science behind the current threats to our food sustainability, including issues like pesticides and genetically modified organisms, will be discussed and applied to the choices we make in the kitchen

Interested individuals should submit a 1 Letter of interest, 2. Resume, 3. YCCC Application with (3) professional references, 4.  Adjunct faculty rider, 5.  Official transcripts .

 

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 207-216-4436.

 

 

Part-time Tutors TRIO Student Support Services

Part-time Tutors

TRIO Student Support Services



York County Community College's TRIO Student Support Services is now accepting applications for part-time tutors for English, math, science, computer science and business. Proficiency in one or more but not necessarily all of the subjects required as demonstrated by college transcripts. Associate’s degree is required, Bachelor’s preferred. 

 

Primary job responsibilities include:

 

  • Provide one-on-one and/or small group tutoring to college students enrolled in the TRIO Student Support Services program.
  • Facilitate learning and empower students to succeed independently
  • Address students’ academic needs while acknowledging students’ concerns and goals

Successful applicant will demonstrate:

  • Awareness of a variety of learning styles
  • Patience and empathy for students who are challenged by academic rigor
  • Knowledge of the expectations for college level courses
  • Exceptional skills in English, math, science, computer science and/or business
  • Experience as or with students who are first generation, low income and/or have a disability
  • A reasonable comfortable level with technology such as computers, cell phones, the internet and student information database

This is a non-permanent, contracted non-benefited position at an hourly rate of $17.00 to $20.00 that will begin late August 2019 and  terminate at the end of the fall 2019 semester, with the strong possibility of renewal in the spring.

Your application for employment with the Maine Community College System may be subject to public disclosure. Please send résumé, college transcripts, letter of interest and an YCCC application to the following address (no phone calls please):

TRIO Student Support Services Director

York County Community College

112 College Drive

Wells, Maine 04090

Or to:

yjfoley@yccc.edu

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

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: Rob Klaiber:  yRKlaiber@yccc.edu

INSTRUCTORS NEEDED at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

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. 

 

Fall Adjunct Advertising Allied Health

Fall Adjunct Advertising Allied Health

 

York County Community College is currently accepting résumés for adjunct instructors for day and evening availability at the Wells Campus.  These are non-benefited positions with teaching assignments on a course-by-course, semester-to-semester basis.  Instructors are needed in the following areas:

 

MAS 105 Medical Terminology – this course designed for students to learn to build, analyze, spell and pronounce a medical vocabulary on anatomical systems, pathologic conditions and diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Word elements, prefixes, and suffixes form the basis for building the medical vocabulary. The course also provides the opportunity to learn common medical abbreviations used in medical documents and reports

 

Degree requirements:   Bachelor’s Degree, in a related medical field (Allied Health, Nurse Practitioner, Administration or Registered Nurse).  An Associate's degree in related field with current certification and two to five years of experience in Medical Assisting maybe considered.

Experience:  Prior teaching experience at the community college is beneficial

 

 

MAS 115 Medical Office Administration - this course provides an understanding of the administrative functions of a medical office and builds upon the foundations of professionalism, communication skills and management.  Students will learn the process of overseeing the physical office, policies and procedures, records and schedules, liability insurance, inventories, equipment, finances, software, file entries for patients, codes and claims, documentation and report generation, electronic medical records (EMR), and transcription.

 

Degree requirements:   Bachelor’s Degree, in a related medical field (Allied Health, Nurse Practitioner, Administration or Registered Nurse).  An Associate's degree in related field with current certification and two to five years of experience in Medical Assisting maybe considered.

Experience:  Prior teaching experience at the community college is beneficial

 

 

MAS 225 - Pharmacology (Medical Assistants) - the focus of this course is on the ethical and legal preparation and administration of medication to include classes of drugs, drug forms, drug actions, side effects, emergency use, substance abuse, calculation of dose and immunizations.  The preparation and administration of parenteral and non-parenteral medication is presented as well as prescriptions including prescription parts, safekeeping, recordkeeping, reordering and controlled substances.  The maintenance of immunization records, medication disposal and the principles of intravenous therapy in terms of terminology and theory are discussed. 

 

Degree requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in life/health science and a certificate, diploma or associate degree from a Pharmacy Technology program
Experience:  Prior teaching experience at the community college level is beneficial.

 

 

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 207-216-4436.

 

 

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 Sam Ellis in Human Resources at ysellis@yccc.edu.

The following links are provided for your general information.  Should you need further information regarding the specific health, dental and retirement packages or other benefits offered by York County Community College, please contact Sam Ellis in Human Resources.