DISTANCE LEARNING COORDINATOR

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $45,684 - $59,344 (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 direction of the Director of Instructional Support Services, performs instructional and technical work involving distance learning and the college website, and proctoring.

Qualifications: Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Proficient using the Internet, web applications, browsers, email, and cloud-based services. Familiarity with distance learning and using a Learning Management System (Moodle). Excellent communication, technological, project management, organizational, and time management skills. Ability to effectively communicate and explain complex technical matters verbally and in writing. Ability to problem solve.

Essential Duties: Support the Director of Instructional Support Services with regards to the Learning Management System (currently Moodle) and the Web Content Management System (currently WordPress). Create and maintain courses, users, and enrollments in the LMS. Oversee course review processes. Assist in the development and maintenance of distance learning training materials. Assist in providing faculty and staff professional development workshops. Provide instructional support to faculty/staff and students. Serve as primary contact for Moodle support issues. Perform daily web content updates as needed. Review web quality reports and resolve any issues. Serve as backup for web support issues. Coordinate proctoring for instruction and accommodations. Serve on institutional committees as appointed. Perform other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: A minimum of Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution and experience with online instruction and web applications 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

ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Deadline: September 2, 2022

Salary: $68,275 – $99,583 (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 direction of the Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services, ensures the integrity of all campus technology related services including infrastructure and support. Supervisory responsibilities include Assistant Director of IT and IT Support Technicians.

Qualifications: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of server, desktop, and infrastructure related hardware and software; Policies, procedures, practices, terminology and software applications; Troubleshooting tools and techniques; and cybersecurity techniques and platforms including but not limited to hardening campus infrastructure, hardware and software (including wired and wireless). Ability to: Provide technical leadership in information technology and audit services; Communicate effectively verbally and in writing; Operate a PC and related software; Maintain effective working relationships with users, vendors, management, and other governmental officials; and Understand the technical language, programming, and applications of computers and servers in the College's operations.

Essential Duties: Provides guidance and necessary assistance to the IT Department in the planning, organizing, and supervising of the technology operations of the college. Provides ongoing improvement of college cybersecurity footprint including network infrastructure, firewall, server, desktops, miscellaneous hardware and software hardening to ensure continuous integrity of all campus technology. Assists with maintaining compliance for various departments involved in online processes (PCI, HIPAA, FERPA, etc.). Responsible for maintaining integrity of data to ensure security of technology systems including system backups and retention. Research and stay abreast of current and upcoming technologies in order to assist users with technology purchases. Determines compliance with selected policies, procedures, and regulations. Make recommendations to senior administration to increase efficiency and/or effectiveness of current control processes. Promotes awareness of internal controls and/or changes in policies that will impact the flow of system information. Conducts professional development sessions as needed for miscellaneous technology related products and services of the college. Performs special investigations as requested by senior administration. Serves on institutional committees if appointed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in a technology related field is required for this position. Also required is three (3) to five (5) years of network experience, cybersecurity and audit experience. Supervisory 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

CAREER COACH

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $41,000 (11-Month Grant-Funded Position)

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 supervision of the Director of Secondary Partnerships, advises high school career development specialists, counselors, teachers, students, and parents about Career Technical Education (CTE) College and Career Promise (CCP) programs and courses. The position is based in area high schools and is responsible for helping high school students define their career goals and identify community college programs and/or training to meet those goals.

Qualifications: Knowledge of: Computer systems and related software programs, including spreadsheets, database, and word processing; College policies and procedures and academic program requirements; CCP operating procedures for admissions and placement. Customer Service practices; Educational and occupational counseling methods and practices; Physical layout of the College, including various buildings and room locations; and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Ability to: Communicate effectively (written and verbal) in a variety of settings with people from diverse backgrounds, educational levels, and age groups; Operate a PC, mobile devices, and related software including Microsoft Office and relevant applications or internet-based platforms; Develop and maintain effective working relationships with students and parents/guardians, faculty/staff, and the general public; Independently perform complex tasks and prioritize multiple projects; Apply organizational and analytical skills with specific attention to detail; Foster a collaborative, team-based work environment with a willingness to see tasks to completion; and Interpret and apply college rules and regulations as they pertain to admissions, CCP requirements, and support services.

Essential Duties: Collaborates with high school counselors and career development coordinators (CDCs) to promote CTE degree options/careers and develop Career Development Plans. Assists in the development of CTE career pathways. Provide career exploration/planning, development, and academic/career counseling to high school students. Engage key stakeholders: students, counselors, faculty, parents/guardians, through information sessions (Parent Nights, grade-level meetings, etc.) and related to college opportunities. Participate in school-related activities in which WCC courses, programs, and opportunities for articulated credit are promoted. Maintains accurate and appropriate student records necessary to perform effective academic/career advising and registration for high school students. Provide academic success strategies and supportive interventions to facilitate successful transition from high school to college, foster progression, and promote completion of credentials. Conduct orientations for WCS high school students at the beginning of each semester. Develop partnerships with local business and industries to promote career readiness among students, and develop career exploration opportunities (job-shadowing, internships, industry tours, etc.). Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Secondary Partnerships.

Education and Experience: A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in vocational/technical education, counseling, human services or related field from a regionally accredited institution and two (2) years of experience working with students in an educational environment is required for this position. Industry-related career development experience in education, business, industry, or labor 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

ACADEMIC COACH

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $44,139 – $59,344 (Salary 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 direction of the Director of TRIO Programs, performs professional testing, academic counseling and placement services for students in the Student Support Services program.

Qualifications: Knowledge of Student Support Services purposes and mission. Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written forms. Ability to operate a PC and related software. Ability to conduct workshops and presentations for various groups. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with administrators, faculty, students, parents, and the general public. Ability to manage student files and documentation to meet grant expectations and goals. Ability to administer standardized and career diagnostic tests and interpret results.

Essential Duties: Interviews and advises prospective students on academic, career, personal, financial, and transfer counseling. Provides specific workshops on academic topics such as stress management, test taking, etc. Provides academic planning, advising and monitoring for program students. Consults with faculty, financial aid, admissions and student services staff on behalf of students. Establishes a confidential counseling record system and contributes to program record keeping. Interfaces in the operational aspects of the project including registration, tutoring, etc. Prepares and organizes cultural events for program students. Assists with recruitment and retention. Provides direct tutoring services for students in the program. Supervises a staff of tutors and assigns and monitors tutors’ work and student progress. Works with faculty, counselors and administrators to provide assessment of students to determine need and type of services needed. Coordinates student tutoring. Serves on institutional committees if appointed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in education or closely related human services field is required for this position. Master’s degree is preferred. Two (2) to three (3) years of experience working with disadvantaged students in post-secondary education is also 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

DIRECTOR OF TRIO

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $49,755 - $76,150 (Salary 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 direction of the Vice President of Student Development, provides administrative and program oversight for planning, organizing, and coordinating the operations of the Student Support Services (SSS) and Upward Bound (UB) programs.

Qualifications: Knowledge of: US Department of Education policies, procedures, and regulations related to SSS and UB grant programs. General knowledge of WCC programs, services, policies, and procedures. Best practices for advising, retention, and student success. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Principles and practices of PC’s and related software. Ability to: Communicate effectively (verbally and in writing) in a variety of settings, with people from diverse backgrounds, educational levels, and age groups. Operate a PC, mobile devices, and related software. Use Microsoft Office (word processing, database, presentation, spreadsheets) and relevant applications or internet-based platforms. Synthesize information and demonstrate analytical skills in reaching sound conclusions. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, parents, faculty, administrators, coworkers, and the public. Prioritize and complete projects and tasks with attention to detail and accuracy.

Essential Duties: Develops, writes, and submits federal grants for funding to accomplish program objectives. Supervises all Student Support Services and Upward Bound staff, provides feedback and performs annual performance evaluations. Provides direction for all aspects of Student Support Services and Upward Bound, in accordance with federal, state, and local requirements. Assesses and documents progress toward meeting program objectives and grant requirements. Directs staff in efforts to identify and recruit eligible students. Collects and uses data in developing and maintaining efficient and effective practices to ensure that the programs are operating efficiently and effectively. Manages the budget for each program, approves expenditures, and monitors fiscal operations for SSS and UB. Works with K-12, community agencies, and educational institutions to carry out program activities. Serves on institutional committees as appointed. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: A minimum of a Master’s Degree in Counseling, Higher Ed Administration, Human Services, or related field with one (1) to three (3) years of experience in a higher education administrative position, with supervisory responsibility is required for this position. Three (3) – Five (5) years of experience in TRIO or similar post-secondary education program 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

ADMISSIONS & CAREER COUNSELOR

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: $45,244 - $69,146 (Salary 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 supervision of the Director of Admissions & Student Success, assists with academic program selection, provides academic advising and career counseling services that promote student success.

Qualifications: Knowledge of: Computer systems and related software programs, including spreadsheet, database, and word processing. College policies and procedures for admission and placement. Knowledge of curriculum program requirements. Educational and occupational counseling methods and practices. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). 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 related software including Microsoft Office and relevant applications or internet-based platforms. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with students, faculty/staff, and the general public. Independently perform complex tasks and prioritize multiple projects. Apply organizational and analytical skills with specific attention to detail. Foster a collaborative, team-based work environment with a willingness to see tasks to completion. Interpret and apply college rules and regulations as they pertain to admissions and support services.

Essential Duties: Facilitates the onboarding process for students to be admitted, enrolled, and prepared to begin courses successfully. Makes course placement decisions based on testing, transfer credit, and established guidelines. Provides holistic advising that encompasses students’ academic, personal, and professional goals. Offers career development resources and guidance for students and graduates. Collaborates with internal and external partners to provide career-related services and opportunities for students. Conducts workshops related to career awareness and decision making. Maintains data and information to support efficient and effective practices. Participates in relevant professional development opportunities. Serves on institutional committees as appointed. Performs other duties as assigned to support the College’s mission.

Education and Experience: A minimum of a Master’s degree in Counseling, Adult Education or related field with one (1) to three (3) years of experience working with students in an educational environment 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

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

DIRECTOR OF INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH

Deadline: This position will be open until filled.

Salary: $56,721 - $88,231 (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: Reporting directly to the President, this position is responsible for the oversight and supervision of the College’s planning and institutional effectiveness processes and for coordinating and conducting research to support decision making.

Qualifications: Ability to: Use of a variety of research and statistical methods to manage the collection and dissemination of information for the advancement of the College in support of its mission. Knowledge of: Principles and practices of PC’s and related software; local, state and national community college issues; program and institutional accreditation processes and criteria; practices, theories and concepts related to collecting, analyzing, interpreting and presenting research information and data; principles, practices and techniques of strategic and operation planning, data analysis methods, computations, and uses in research and institutional assessment.

Essential Duties: Coordinates and conducts institutional research to provide information for planning, policy formation, decision making, and assessment, collaborates with faculty, staff, and administration in the selection of survey tools; responsible for selecting statistically valid survey populations, tabulating responses, providing descriptive and inferential statistical analysis of results; collaborates with faculty, staff, and administration to identify and collect data for proposed new curriculum programs, scheduling, recruiting, and other strategies; implements and oversees the annual and strategic planning process; provides data for program and service reviews, specialized program accreditation, grant proposals and the SACS accreditation process; leads preparation for and conducts the 5-Year SACSCOC Interim Report/Review and decennial Reaffirmation of Accreditation; ensures the timely submission of all IPEDS reports, perform the duties of IPEDS key holder and completes specific IE related IPEDS reports; monitors NCCCS due dates as related to reporting requirements; serves as an information source for Financial Aid Title III reporting; supervises the coordination of the College’s response to incoming surveys from outside agencies including institutional compliance reports for SACS, and others as required.

Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred, with demonstrated expertise in data, statistics, and educational research. Also required is substantial experience with assessment processes in education, preferably in a community college environment.

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

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE/INTERPRETER EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Salary: 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 Dean of College Transfer & Public Services, serves as an instructor in the Interpreter Education program and serves as an advisor to students. This is a 9-month contract position.

Qualifications: 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 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: Develops course syllabi, outlines, and lesson plans for curriculum courses assigned. Teach assigned online, day, and/or evening classes. Reviews and selects appropriate textbooks and instructional materials and media for the classes to be taught. Develops lectures, classroom activities, laboratory, hands-on exercises, and/or actual work site exercises for students to participate and learn. Monitors and records student progress in courses. Administers tests or other evaluation methods to students; grades and gives feedback on exercises, homework assignments, and tests. Keeps records of student attendance. Serves as advisor to assigned students. Coordinates efforts with the Director of Admissions/Registration or Student Services if there are problems or questions. Assists with registration processes. Participates in curriculum reviews for improvement and changes in courses. Makes continuous contacts in the assigned field to explain courses and curriculums taught at the College. Provides input into needed materials, supplies, and other classroom needs. Serves on institutional committees if assigned. Develops a professional development plan each year. Assists part-time faculty teaching in the same curriculum. Performs other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience: A minimum of master’s degree in American Sign Language, Sign Language Linguistics, Deaf Studies or a master's degree in a closely related field with 18 graduate hours in ASL studies is required. Teaching experience in higher education preferred. ASLTA Certification at the Professional Level or a Deaf Interpreter certification from RID 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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