Employment

ECONOMICS INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $34.80 per hour

Hours Per Week: Part-Time Instructors

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Adjunct/Part-time Instructor teaching Economics

Qualifications: Two years teaching experience and/or experience with online instruction preferred.

Essential Duties: To teach assigned online, day, and/or evening classes; maintain and submit accurate attendance; maintain accurate academic records, such as syllabi and grades; submit required forms and documents in a timely manner. Maintain consistent communication with students and supervisor.

Education and Experience: Master’s degree in Economics, or related field with 18 hours in Economics from a regionally accredited institution.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

BUSINESS INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $34.80 per hour

Hours Per Week: Part-Time Instructors

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Adjunct/Part-time Instructor teaching Business

Qualifications: Two years teaching experience and/or experience with online instruction preferred.

Essential Duties: Teach assigned online, day, and/or evening classes; maintain and submit accurate attendance; maintain accurate academic records, such as syllabi and grades; submit required forms and documents in a timely manner. Maintain consistent communication with students and supervisor.

Education and Experience: Master’s degree in Business, or related field with 18 hours in Business from a regionally accredited institution.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $46,828 - $69,146 (Based on Education & Experience)

Hours Per Week: Full-Time

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by Human Resources in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Under the guidance of the Director of Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs, the Financial Aid Assistant Director provides primary support for the administration of the College’s financial aid programs. The Assistant Director helps to ensure that the College is compliant with all federal, state, and local regulations.

Qualifications: Knowledge of: Computer systems and related software programs, including spreadsheet, database, and word processing. Student financial aid programs and their rules, regulations, and eligibility requirements. Financial counseling practices. College curriculum programs requirements. Ability to: Communicate effectively (written and oral) in a variety of settings, with people from diverse backgrounds, educational levels, and age groups. Operate a PC, mobile devices, and software including Microsoft Office and relevant applications. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, faculty, administrators, the general public and outside agencies and organizations. Provide financial counseling for students to complete the FAFSA and other necessary forms and reports. Follow regulations and guidelines to maximize the amount of financial aid available to students and eliminate or reduce unmet financial need.

Essential Duties: Performs duties of the Director of Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs as needed in the director’s absence. Coordinates presentations of financial aid workshops and information sessions for faculty/staff, students, and prospective students/parents. Administers and awards financial aid in compliance with all federal, state, and local requirements. Authorizes Pell/state grant charges. Certifies state grants and reconciles disbursements. Counsels students regarding available resources, eligibility, and requirements. Verifies various aspects of student eligibility, checks accuracy and makes necessary corrections and adjustments as needed. Evaluates special/mitigating circumstances and exercises professional judgement to determine whether adjustments are needed and aid can be awarded. Analyzes Unusual Enrollment History (UEH) flags and corresponding documentation for consideration in awarding financial aid. Oversees processing of all Returns of Title IV Funds (R2T4) for students who completely withdraw from school. Reviews and approves all overpayment letters; updates and maintains student’s accounts. Evaluates Year-Round Pell eligibility and adjusts student awards. Monitors Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU) limits for Pell grant recipients. Processes data transfers and submissions required by DOE, including but not limited to: R2T4 waivers, downloads, and corrections. Assists with setup and maintenance of Ellucian Colleague system for financial aid. Collects and prepares data to complete required annual reports (FISAP, NCHED, IPEDS), monthly and annual reconciliation reports, and other reports as needed. Facilitates process for students receiving aid through consortium agreements from other schools. Works with outside agencies to assist with monitoring student progress and continued eligibility for benefits. Processes month-end reports. Serves on institutional committees as appointed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: Any combination of education and experience that demonstrates possession of the requisite knowledge, skill and abilities. A typical way to obtain these would be: Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting or related field. Preferred Education: Master’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting or a related field. Experience Required: Five (5) – seven (7) years of experience administering financial aid programs.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR (PT)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $20.00/Hour

Hours Per Week: Part-Time Staff

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Under the direction of the Director of Workforce Development, will provide support and assist in Workforce Development activities in the Continuing Education division. Expected number of hours per week will be 15-20 hours per week.

Qualifications: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of PC’s and related software. Course design and organization, including development of lesson plans and course outlines and knowledge of teaching methods. Needs assessment procedures and expertise in course and instructor evaluation. Adult education theories and practices. Organizational, planning, and administrative skills to coordinate a variety of courses and activities. Ability to: Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Operate a PC and related software. Coordinate efforts with a wide range of organizations in a variety of locations. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with the public, businesses, industries, organizations and the general public.

Essential Duties: Provides clerical, administrative, and technical assistance for Occupation Extension (OE) and Customized Training Projects (CTP) courses. Provides coordination of Steps4Growth program. Works in partnership with Director of Workforce Development to ensure course materials for OE and CTP classes are prepared and ready for distribution. Assists with the end of semester and year-end reports. Assists with class coordination and class reporting for grants, Steps4Growth, OE and CTP classes. Assists with registration and transfers of students. Assists with course starts and close outs. Orders course materials and supplies using E-procurement. Reserves classrooms and equipment needed for on-campus courses. Attends professional development as needed. Capable of working on multiple tasks simultaneously and follow through on all projects to completion. Travel to various industries in the county to assist with CTP courses. Some nights and weekends may be required.

Education and Experience: Education that demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skills and abilities which may include an Associate Degree in Office Administration, Business Administration or a related field (significant administrative experience in lieu of an Associate Degree may be considered). Industry, budgeting or grant experience is preferred.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $35,943 - $46,435 (Based on Education & Experience)

Hours Per Week: Full-Time

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Under the direction of the Dean of Continuing Education, performs clerical and administrative support functions for the Academic Affairs division (Continuing Education and Curriculum).

Qualifications: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of PCs and related software. Office practices, procedures, and methods. Office machines required such as computers, communications systems, copiers, and other machines. Ability to: Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Communicate professionally with external contacts, both professional and technical, other departments/divisions, customers, and the public. Operate a PC and related software. Maintain effective working relationships with other people. Use office machines at the speed and level of accuracy required for the position. Prioritize and manage tasks to make sure the division meets deadlines. Handle automated work systems and stay informed about system changes and developments to enable the unit to continuously improve its service. Provide support to a number of staff members to enable them to meet their work requirements. Maintain confidentiality of information and records.

Essential Duties: Curriculum Duties: Assists curriculum deans by typing letters, memorandums, labels, manuals, master lists, and other correspondence as needed. Prepares faculty overload and adjunct faculty contracts; processes contract adjustments as needed. Collects faculty timesheets and prepares encumbrance memos for payroll. Manages administrative aspects of Advisory Committees including, but not limited to, preparing and distributing letters of appointment, reappointment, and appreciation; maintaining up-to-date membership lists; collecting and filing meeting minutes; and processing expenses associated with committee meetings. Cross trains on duties of the Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Continuing Education Duties: Supports the division by assisting with registration and handling requests for information. Answers telephone and greets visitors; routes persons to the appropriate office or staff person; takes and receives messages for division staff; follows up on actions requested. Assists the Dean of Continuing Education, CE directors and coordinators by typing letters, memorandums, syllabi, tests, labels, manuals, master lists, and other correspondence as needed. Works with directors, coordinators, and the Print Shop to update CE semester schedule documents for publication. Orders materials, places work orders, processes invoices, and maintains an inventory of materials and supplies for the office. Cross trains on duties of the CE Registrar. Institutional Duties: Serves on institutional committees as appointed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: A minimum of an Associate Degree in Office Administration or a related field along with two (2) – four (4) years of experience as an administrative assistant or in a clerical support role is required for this position.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

WILSON WORKFORCE CENTER CAREER ADVISOR

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $46,828 - $69,146 (Based on Education & Experience)

Hours Per Week: Full-Time

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Under the direction of the Dean of Continuing Education, delivers customer service, administrative and basic technical and/or programmatic assistance and support to adults, and dislocated workers, job seekers, staff and/or business customers.

Qualifications: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of PC’s and related software. Knowledge of counseling methods and practices. Ability to: Provide technical leadership in career and employment services. Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Operate a PC and related software. Coordinate efforts with a wide range of organizations in a variety of locations. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with the public, businesses, industries, organizations and the general public.

Essential Duties: Works closely with WCC staff to market training programs, as well as reaching enrollment and performance measure goals, and works internally to partner with other programs like HRD and College and Career Readiness. Works with the TPWDB staff to ensure compliance and consistency of funding requirements. Determines WIOA Title I program eligibility, takes applications and enrolls eligible individuals meeting program guidelines in WIOA Title I training. Enters all WIOA Title I eligibility, application, and enrollment information required in ncworks.gov. Gathers all documentation required before and during program participation and either stores or submits as required by state and federal guidelines. Provides case management for WIOA Title I participants including support during completion of training, job search, and job placement assistance, and career development advising. Provides the initial physical point of contact for customers, determines the general nature of their needs and directs them to appropriate services/staff with excellent customer service skills and professionalism. Assists all customers with job search/job development/job placement activities, including business customers. Performs general administrative support to include answering telephone and returning customer inquiries, completing correspondence, purchasing, forms and reports, distributing mail, filing and cross-indexing documents, organizing data into easily retrieved formats, photocopying requested documents and informational material, maintaining storage and inventory control of supplies. Provides vocational, educational and personal counseling and/or case management for NCWorks Career Center customers individually and in small groups. Responsible for case management for designated WIOA customers, including mandated case load numbers, eligibility determination, documentation of activities, delivery of required services and follow-up to meet required performance measures. Responsible for customer assessment, eligibility, enrollment, tracking, and follow up. Attends training and staff meetings to relay customer information and to learn about various resources or programs. Assists with special activities, events and programs which may include irregular, evening, and weekend working hours or travel.

Education and Experience: A minimum of an Associate Degree and one (1) year of full-time or equivalent Case Manager experience with Workforce Investment Act, Wagner-Peyser, unemployment insurance, veterans, employer services, Trade Act services, and/or other related employment and training programs is required for this position. Experience in an NC Works Career Center and/or experience with career development and job search skills advising is preferred.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

MATH INSTRUCTOR (9 MONTH)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $45,130 - $66,173 (9-Month Salary Based on Education & Experience)

Hours Per Week: Full-Time

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Under the direction of a Dean of College Transfer & Public Services, the math instructor serves as a full-time faculty member, and is responsible for delivering accessible and high-quality learning experiences in settings such as classrooms and distance learning. The faculty member facilitates the learning process to promote student success. They maintain office hours to provide accurate and reliable academic and career guidance, to empower learners to establish career and college objectives and discover pathways to achieve their goals. Additionally, the faculty member suggests and implements academic interventions and strategies to encourage student success, foster progression, and promote the completion of credentials. They actively pursue professional development opportunities to integrate innovative and effective teaching and learning practices within their disciplines. The faculty member engages in the institutional effectiveness process and college- and state-wide initiatives, including program review, outcome assessment, and data analysis to continuously improve outcomes, and completes necessary course documentation promptly and accurately. The faculty member contributes to developing student and program learning outcomes, courses, and programs. Furthermore, they are committed to maintaining high ethical standards, ensuring the confidentiality of sensitive data while actively promoting an inclusive environment that respects diversity.

Qualifications: •Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, in settings with people from diverse backgrounds, educational levels, and age groups while exhibiting the ability to maintain the confidentiality of communications. •Cultivate and sustain collaborative relationships with colleagues, students, and community stakeholders. •Proficiency in Microsoft Office Word and Excel, relevant computer applications, and Internet platforms. •Display skills in planning, organizing, and implementing new initiatives, programs, and services; certify quality through tracking and assessment while effectively managing time and resources, meeting deadlines, and paying attention to details. •Perform complex tasks, prioritize multiple projects, manage interruptions, and demonstrate the ability to work independently without supervision. •Knowledge and practical ability in student/career and workforce development while understanding the significance of fostering a learner-centered environment. •Comprehensive knowledge of the entire student experience, encompassing coaching, mentoring, academic/career advising, student/career services, and academic progression and completion. •Practice high ethical standards and preserve confidentiality when dealing with sensitive data and information. •Demonstrate a commitment to equity and inclusion within the learning environment and the workplace. •Knowledge of assigned course content and resources in the assigned field. •Knowledge of methods of teaching assigned courses, educational theory, practices, and processes including curriculum design, lesson outlines, and classroom presentations. •Ability to provide technical leadership in classroom education processes and programs. •Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. •Ability to operate a PC and related software. •Ability to instruct students in the assigned courses. •Ability to maintain effective working relationships with other people. •Ability to keep and maintain appropriate student records for students, advisees, and other activities for which held responsible. •Ability to develop and administer appropriate evaluation tools for measurement of student progress and success. •Ability to communicate and explain curriculums and courses offered by the College and encourage community and public groups to consider attending and participating in curriculum programs. •Knowledge of and ability to enforce and follow rules and regulations of the College governing the curriculum programs.

Essential Duties: Essential Duties Plan and deliver accessible, high-quality instruction that enhances learning and promotes students’ understanding of course outcomes. Instruct 18-22 contact hours per contracted semester, in either curriculum, non-curriculum, or business and industry; prepare objectives, assignments, assessments, instructional and supplemental materials, grading standards, and attendance policies; develop, maintain course syllabi; ensure the learning experiences align with program and student learning outcomes for the course. Create an inclusive learning environment ensuring all students have equitable access to education. Ensure availability for all students by maintaining established office hours, offering availability by appointment, and/or responding to electronic communications appropriately and promptly. Maintain, complete, and submit accurate and timely documentation of student attendance and grades as indicated by institutional policy and procedures. Assist students to make informed decisions by disseminating accurate, quality academic/career information and advising about policies, procedures, educational pathways, and/or transfer requirements from community colleges, universities, and the workforce. Facilitate students’ understanding of the importance of transferable (soft) skills and their crucial role in achieving college and workplace success. Employ a proactive advising model to encourage student success, foster progression, and promote the completion of credentials utilizing the identified Student Success and Engagement software. Contribute to curriculum development by creating new courses and updating existing course content and student learning outcomes; offer recommendations for course textbooks, supplies, software, and equipment; provide input into developing the program’s course sequence and schedule. Engage in the institutional effectiveness process and college- and state-wide initiatives, such as program review, grants, the College’s Strategic Plan, and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Demonstrate proficiency in student learning outcomes assessment, including aligning learning experiences with identified outcomes, conducting assessments to measure outcomes, and analyzing resulting data to enhance student learning. Foster a collaborative and team-based work environment, demonstrating a strong commitment willing to follow tasks through to completion. Collaborate with other divisions and departments to align comprehensive credit and non-credit courses and programs where appropriate. Champion the College’s retention, progression, completion, and inclusion initiatives, ensuring social and economic success for all learners. Support the College’s mission, vision, and core values by adhering to all policies and procedures. Related Responsibilities Participate in college-wide, divisional, and departmental meetings; contribute to advisory and standing committees and focus groups on formulating recommendations concerning educational pathways, courses, policies, and procedures. Develop, strengthen, and advance collaborative partnerships with businesses, industries, community stakeholders, and professional organizations to ensure that educational pathways and courses are up-to-date, pertinent, and aligned with the workforce's evolving needs. Pursue and engage in professional development activities each academic year, including required and recommended employee training offered by the College, research, and remain current in professional literature by participating in professional organizations, taking classes, and attending conferences and workshops, as appropriate, to integrate innovative and effective teaching and learning practices within the disciplines. Participate in the College’s recruitment efforts by reviewing and providing recommendations for program publications, the College’s website, social media, marketing materials, and other community relations activities and attending events to enhance the College’s outreach efforts. Assist with inventory management of programmatic or course equipment and assume responsibility for labs and other facilities designated primarily for the assigned program or course. Attend the College’s convocations, graduation ceremony, and other student and institutional activities and functions. Contribute to the College’s Quality Enhancement Plan. Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean, Vice President for Academic Affairs, or President.

Education and Experience: Master's degree in Mathematics or a master's degree with 18 graduate hours in Mathematics from a regionally accredited university or college required with at least one year of relevant teaching and/or work experience.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

FIRE INSTRUCTOR (PART-TIME)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $30.00 per hour

Hours Per Week: Part-Time Instructors

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Instructor for primarily Firefighter Level 1 & 2 Certification for night and weekend program delivery. Hours are on an as needed basis and seeking consistent instructors for weekly needs. Training will be delivered at training locations that include various fire departments in Wilson County, fire training centers, and college campus.

Qualifications: Must be Instructor Level II through the NC Fire Rescue Commission with qualifications in firefighter level 1 & 2 and test proctor.

Essential Duties: Essential duties include delivering firefighter certification classes in accordance with the applicable policies and procedures NC Fire Rescue Commission and Wilson Community College. This includes, but is not limited to, program lecture, practical skills instruction, and practical skills evaluation.

Education and Experience: Education and experience must be compliant with NC Fire Rescue Commission fire instructor qualification requirements.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST I

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $34,673 - $44,758 (Salary based on Education & Experience)

Hours Per Week: Full-Time

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Under the direction of the Controller, serves as the main cashier and performs technical accounting functions for the Business Office of the College.

Qualifications: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of PC’s and related software. Accounting principles and practices. Laws, general statutes, rules, and regulations governing community college accounting processes. Automated accounting procedures. Computer systems (e.g., spreadsheets, word processing, Colleague, etc.). Financial and accounting support functions. Ability to: Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Operate a PC and related software. Process and complete accounting tasks with accuracy. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, vendors, the general public, and other governmental officials. Compile, evaluate, and reconcile a variety of accounting records and reports.

Essential Duties: Cashier duties – receipting, balancing and closing cashier sessions and filing daily. Prepares daily DCA report for the North Carolina Community College System. Assists with registration. Assists with student refund process and other financial aid related processes. Processes and invoices third parties for account receivables. Processes sponsor report for Continuing Education. Creates and maintains monthly credit card transaction report. Maintains daily log of state and local refund of expenditures. Runs mail daily and close-out and reporting of mail activity monthly. Assists with preparing Bulk Mailing for Postal Services distribution. Process Maintenance Utilization Reimbursement Report monthly. Prepares utility report monthly. Performs other duties which may include: assisting with daily, monthly, and quarterly reports; serving as back up to other staff (e.g. Bookstore, Mail Courier); and assisting with year-end close out and annual financial audit. Serves on institutional committees as appointed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: Education that demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skills and abilities which may include an Associate Degree in Accounting, Business Administration or a related field (significant accounting experience in lieu of an Associate Degree may be considered). One (1) – three (3) years of experience in an automated accounting environment is preferred.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $30,398 - $38,671

Hours Per Week: Full-Time

Apply To: A completed Wilson Community College application package must be received by the Human Resources Office in order to be considered for this position. Visit our website at www.wilsoncc.edu.

Job Description: Under the supervision of the Facilities Coordinator, performs unskilled and semi-skilled trades work in the maintenance and repair of campus buildings, grounds, and facilities.

Qualifications: Knowledge of the principles and techniques of carpentry, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing trade skills. Knowledge of safety regulations and precautions in the workplace. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Ability to detect by inspection broken or worn parts. Ability to plan and organize work and set priorities. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Must be able to regularly lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. Must be able to perform heavy work exerting up to 50 pounds of force frequently.

Essential Duties: Repairs and maintains plumbing fixtures and other related plumbing repair activities. Performs general carpentry and associated woodworking duties. Assists with the installation of dry wall, doors and door frames, and replacing broken windows. Paints a variety of surfaces within the facility. Arranges rooms and moves furniture to set up for meetings or for changes in room arrangements. Performs small engine and motor repairs including replacement of various parts such as belts, motors, bearings, and replacing burned out motors. Performs minor repairs to grounds and maintenance equipment. Completes work orders and makes other records as needed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: High school diploma or equivalent and a valid North Carolina driver’s license is required. At least three (3) years general maintenance/carpentry experience preferred.

Wilson Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the ADA, if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please notify the Human Resources Office.

EOE/ADA

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