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Faculty Salary Schedule FY14

Adjunct Faculty Salary Schedule FY14

 

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Administrator Positions

 

  

 

 

 

Faculty Positions

 

  Computer Information Systems Instructor (MoSTEM WINS)

  Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Instructor/Coordinator

  Nursing Instructor

  Philosophy/Religion Instructor

    

 

 

Adjunct Faculty Positions

 

  Art History

  Graphic Design

  

 

Center for Workforce Development

 

  CNA/CMT Instructor - Warrenton

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Staff Positions

   

  Career Pathways & Employment Navigator (MoSTEM WINS)

  Project Coordinator, MoSTEM WINS 

  Coordinator, Business Development & Training  

  Coordinator, Learning Support - ECC Rolla/ECC Sullivan



 

  

 

Support Staff Positions - Full-time

       

   

Support Staff Positions - Part-time    

  

  Assistant Coach, Volleyball

  Learning Center Specialist (Math)

     

 

   

Student Worker Positions

 

   America Read's Tutors 

  Math Tutor - ECC Sullivan Learning Center 

  A&P Tutor - ECC Rolla 

  Learning Center Tutors (Math, English, Science)

  Office Clerk - Math Department 

 

   

 

 

Administrator Positions

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty Positions

 

 

 

 

Computer Information Systems Instructor (MoSTEM WINS):

 

East Central College has an opening for a full time 11-month position teaching and coordinating learning activities associate with CIS programming for the MoSTEM WINS Grant.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems, Information Technology or related field, plus two years related work experience; Master’s degree preferred. Earned IT Certifications in related fields or willingness to earn certifications as required.

 

Special Skills: Communication skills, including oral, written, and/or nonverbal, Knowledge of a College environment preferred, Human Relations/Interpersonal skills, Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects and meet deadlines, Maintain confidentiality, Excellent collaborative skills, Competence in instructional technology, Attention to detail.

 

Responsibilities: Develop, plan and implement new support lab for student instruction; Plan, organize and implement appropriate programs of study to support acquisition of certifications; oversee assessments for placement; manage and coordinate schedule of computer laboratory support to include evenings and weekends as needed; serve as academic advisor to student participants.

 

Minimum starting salary: commensurate with experience (11-month contract); Excellent medical, dental, vision and life insurance provided at no cost to the employee. Retirement benefits with Public School Retirement System (PSRS) and optional 403b plan available. Free tuition for ECC credit classes for employee and immediate family. Tuition reimbursement for degree advancement for employee. This is a grant position funded through the MoSTEM WINS Grant.

 

Posting date: January 23, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

How To Apply

 

 

 

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Instructor/Coordinator:

 

East Central College, has an opening for a full-time HVAC Instructor/Coordinator to teach day and/or evening courses at the Union campus. The faculty program coordinator is responsible for a minimum of 15 hours of program instruction each semester and the day-to-day oversight of the program operations. Students can work towards a certificate of completion or an AAS degree in this program. Anticipated start date: August 2015.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Earned an Associate’s degree in HVAC with five years of work experience in air conditioning and heating OR a Bachelor’s degree with three years of work experience in air conditioning and heating; significant experience in defining, developing and administering all aspects of HVAC technologies; understanding of energy management systems & HVAC controls prior teaching experience is preferred; EPA Certification required.

 

Special Skills: Communication skills, including oral, written, and/or nonverbal, Knowledge of a College environment preferred, Human Relations/Interpersonal skills, Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects and meet deadlines, Maintain confidentiality, Excellent collaborative skills, Competence in instructional technology, Attention to detail.

 

Minimum starting salary: commensurate with education and industry experience (10-month contract); Excellent medical, dental, vision and life insurance provided at no cost to the employee. Retirement benefits with Public School Retirement System (PSRS) and optional 403b plan available. Generous paid time off including personal days, Spring break, Christmas break, and Holidays. Free tuition for ECC credit classes for employee and immediate family. Tuition reimbursement for degree advancement for employee.

 

Posting date: February 25, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

How To Apply

 

 

 

Nursing Instructor:

 

East Central College has an opening for a full time 9-month position teaching in our ADN Nursing Program. Medical-surgical experience is required; pediatric nursing experience is desired. Courses may be taught at ECC Main Campus or Rolla Nursing location and may include day and/or evening schedule. Advisement of students is also a responsibility of the position. Instructor will teach thirty (30) semester credit hours (or the equivalent in lab, clinical, etc. hours) each academic year and maintain 10 office hours per week. Instructor is expected to develop an active learning environment with use of effective instructional technology.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Nursing, plus two years’ work experience as a register nurse and current undisciplined Missouri RN license required. BSN candidates may be considered and will be required to attain an MSN; community college/Nursing teaching experience is preferred.

 

Special Skills: Communication skills, including oral, written, and/or nonverbal, Knowledge of a College environment preferred, Human Relations/Interpersonal skills, Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects and meet deadlines, Maintain confidentiality, Excellent collaborative skills, Competence in instructional technology, Attention to detail.

 

Minimum starting salary: commensurate with experience (9-month contract); Excellent medical, dental, vision and life insurance provided at no cost to the employee. Retirement benefits with Public School Retirement System (PSRS) and optional 403b plan available. Free tuition for ECC credit classes for employee and immediate family. Tuition reimbursement for degree advancement for employee.

 

Posting date: November 21, 2014 / Reviewing Applications

 

How To Apply

 

 

 

Philosophy/Religion Instructor:

 

East Central College, has an opening for a full time 9-month position teaching undergraduate courses in Philosophy and Religion. This position will be split between the Union campus and at least one satellite location. Courses to be taught include Intro to Philosophy, Ethics, World Religions, and Biblical Lit. Advisement of students is also a responsibility of the position. Instructor is expected to develop an active learning environment with use of effective instructional technology. Summer teaching is optional. Anticipated start date: August 2015.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Philosophy, Religious Studies or related field. Community college teaching experience preferred.

 

Special Skills: Communication skills, including oral, written, and/or nonverbal, Knowledge of a College environment preferred, Human Relations/Interpersonal skills, Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects and meet deadlines, Maintain confidentiality, Excellent collaborative skills, Competence in instructional technology, Attention to detail.

 

Minimum starting salary: commensurate with experience (9-month contract); Excellent medical, dental, vision and life insurance provided at no cost to the employee. Retirement benefits with Public School Retirement System (PSRS) and optional 403b plan available. Free tuition for ECC credit classes for employee and immediate family. Tuition reimbursement for degree advancement for employee.

 

Posting date: February 23, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

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Adjunct Faculty Positions

 

 

ECC employs adjunct instructors for various courses throughout the year at the Union campus and satellite locations in Rolla, Washington, Sullivan and Warrenton. Community college teaching experience preferred. Master's degree in discipline or related area required for academic courses. Associates or Bachelor's degree required for career and technical courses.

 

Adjuncts are hired on a per semester basis and are eligible to teach a maximum of 18 credit hours per calendar year and only 9 credit hours per semester.

 

Adjuncts that teach for ECC and are employed full-time at a public school district are required to contribute to the Public School Retirement System.

Adjuncts are paid $620 per credit hour (with Master's degree). Adjuncts are eligible for tuition waiver of ECC credit courses, not to exceed nine credit hours, during the semester immediately following completion of their assignment as an adjunct instructor.

 

Now accepting applications for instructors for all subject areas and all locations for the Summer and/or Fall 2015 semesters.

 

 

 

Art History Adjunct Instructor:

 

Seeking a part-time instructor to teach an Art History course for the fall 2015 semester at our Rolla location. Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Art, Art History or related field; community college teaching experience preferred.

 

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree. Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

 

Posting date: February 05, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Graphic Design Adjunct Instructor:

 

Seeking a part-time instructor to teach Graphic Design courses for the Fall 2015 semester. Available courses include Page Design and Layout and/or Corporate ID & Branding.

 

Qualifications: BFA or BA in Graphic Design, Visual Communications or related field plus 3 - 5 years of professional experience in a related field. Must have proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite/Creative Cloud software. Applicants must have experience in all fields of Graphic Design specifically: Typography, Page Design, Package Design, Branding, and Printing.

 

Starting salary is $600/per credit hour with Bachelor’s degree ($620 with Master's). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

 

Applicants should submit a professional portfolio containing no less than twenty items that demonstrates their skill and professional experience. This portfolio should be submitted in digital form (i.e. disc, jump drive, or professional website/web gallery. No Instagram, Facebook or other social media please).

 

Posting date: February 23, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

Center for Workforce Development:

 

CNA/CMT Instructor (Warrenton):

 

The Center for Workforce Development has an opening for a part-time instructor in Warrenton for the CNA/CMT courses offered through the Center for Workforce Development at East Central College. The instructor will oversee the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the training of CNA/CMT students. Responsible for assuring regulatory compliance with state and federal guidelines as well as adherence with East Central College’s mission and philosophy. Evaluates and provides training as needed for clinical practice issues.

 

Minimum Requirements

  1. Registered professional nurse currently licensed in Missouri.
  2. At least two (2) years of nursing experience and at least one (1) year of experience  in a long-term care facility.
  3. Have attended the training seminar conducted by the appropriate Missouri state appointed agencies.
  4. Meet all of the requirements set forth by Department of Health and Senior Services Division 30-Division of Health Standards and Licensure
  5. CPR Instructor certification preferred, but not required.

 

Posting date: January 08, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

 

Professional Staff Positions

 

 

Career Pathways & Employment Navigator (MoSTEM WINS):

 

Provides recruitment, assessment, retention and career guidance services to interested/eligible individuals for participants in the MoSTEM WINS Grants.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

 

 

  • Lead the MoSTEM WINS entrance process including developing entrance criteria and assessing applicant eligibility.
  • Develop and implement recruitment plan for MoSTEM WINS.
  • Develop and oversee intake/enrollment process for grant programs.
  • Assess program applicants for MoSTEM WINS eligibility and screen for referral to job training activities and services.
  • Complete meaningful case notes on each participant to track and document grant participant progress and outcomes.
  • Coordinate WorkKeys testing in compliance with ACT, DWD and ECC testing requirements.
  • Review and explain assessment results, including occupational standards and how the NCRC may be used in career planning and the attainment of employment with each examinee after testing.
  • Using a Career Blueprint provide career exploration and counseling services for grant participants including developing, directing, and managing work experience and/or job seeking workshops at career center.
  • Work with Project Coordinator to assess potential participants at the place of employment; work with local and regional employers to provide clear information on program pathways.
  • Work with College staff to place grant participants in co-ops, internships or other work experience.
  • Assist grant participants in securing a job.
  • Collaboratively work with Washington Career Center, Office of Job Training Programs (OJTP) and the Work Investment Board (WIB).

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)

 

  • Completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems, Information Technology, Business or related field.
  • One year related experience; experience in an information technology role is preferred.

 

The position offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package, basic health plan provided at no cost to employee. Dental, vision and life insurance. Participation in the Public School Retirement System of Missouri; generous vacation and sick leave. This is a grant funded position through the MoSTEM WINS Grant.

 

Posting date: January 23, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

How To Apply

 

 

 

Project Coordinator, MoSTEM WINS:

 

Coordinate all efforts of the MoSTEM WINS Grant including oversight of grant training, instructional and recruiting programs.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

 

 

  • Coordinate all grant efforts related to MoSTEM WINS and serve as grant lead.
  • Explore and develop related certification training programs.
  • Work with local and regional employers on meeting workforce needs in IT and CIS fields.
  • Assist grant faculty in providing meaningful learning and support activities leading to industry recognized certifications.
  • Work with local and regional business and industry to identify training opportunities and recruit participants to the programming.
  • Responsible for compliance and reporting of grant activities, student data, certification results and all other data point required of the grant.
  • Monitor and control expenditures within the program budget.
  • Provide oversight of instructional space and assist in acquisition of materials needed in support of the grant activities.
  • Serve as grant lead for MoSTEM WINS Grant working in collaboration with state wide MoSTEM WINS institutions to share best practices, etc.
  • Work to build transition and coordination between noncredit and credit programs including stackable credentials and career pathways for student in information technology.
  • Recruit MoSTEM WINS students and provide information necessary to facilitate their successful enrollment.
  • Create and maintain a localized CIS/IT industry profile (employers, wages, positions and required credentials).
  • Provide students with career and job information related to the industry.
  • Market and promote East Central College students and programs to local business and industry.

                                                                                                     

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)

 

  • Completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems, Information Technology or related field.
  • Master’s degree preferred.
  • One year related experience including supervisory experience.
  • Must have well-developed public speaking and presentation skills.

 

The position offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package, basic health plan provided at no cost to employee. Dental, vision and life insurance. Participation in the Public School Retirement System of Missouri; generous vacation and sick leave. This is a grant funded position through the MoSTEM WINS Grant.

 

Posting date: January 23, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

How To Apply

 

 

 

Coordinator, Business Development & Training:

 

The Coordinator is responsible for business development and marketing public and private training services available from East Central College through the Center for Workforce Development. Responsible for developing and coordinating customized and contracted training and development sessions for local business and industry.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

 

 

  • Serve as program coordinator for business development and customized and contract training services to business and industry.
  • Market, administer and provide technical assistance for the Missouri Customized Training Program and the New Jobs Training Program. Serve as liaison between clients and state officials.
  • Actively market and promote Center for Workforce Development services and professional and technical education to local business, industry and community.
  • Pursue opportunities to develop and cultivate relationships to promote services of Center for Workforce Development utilizing cold call, in-person sales calls, phone, and email.
  • Oversee and manage invoicing/billing, accounts payable/receivable, enrollment processing, and annual audits by state personnel.
  • Administer/follow-up on training leads/calls. Assess costs/profits, secure instructors, setup training logistics.
  • Promote/develop demand for CWRC, WorkKeys testing and assessment tools, other workplace assessments and training needs assessment for business and industry clients.
  • Facilitate training sessions and/or workshops as needed.
  • Recruit, hire and schedule qualified instructors.
  • Develop or identify curriculum and host public training seminars geared toward business and industry needs.
  • Represent the college in the service region on workforce development projects and events.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)

 

  • Completion of bachelor's degree
  • Two year’s related experience

 

The position offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package, basic health plan provided at no cost to employee. Dental, vision and life insurance. Participation in the Public School Retirement System of Missouri; generous vacation and sick leave.

 

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Coordinator, Learning Support - ECC Rolla/ECC Sullivan:

 

The Coordinator is responsible for providing supervision of support services staff in the learning/testing centers at Rolla & Sullivan; providing confidential counseling and related services to assist students at Rolla & Sullivan in selecting and achieving educational and career goals; work with students who are disabled or have documented illness/condition that qualify them for special services within with classroom. This position will be located in Rolla with one day a week in Sullivan or as needed.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Supervision of learning support staff (including student workers) in the learning/testing centers at the Rolla & Sullivan sites under the direction of the Director, Rolla & Sullivan.
  • Develop, implement, and monitor the procedures and processes of the learning/testing centers, library resources, and courier services for the Rolla & Sullivan sites.
  • Work in conjunction with the Director, Learning Center to ensure that college wide programming and policies are implemented appropriately in the Rolla & Sullivan learning/testing centers.
  • Manage the collection and maintenance of usage statistics and tutoring records in the Rolla & Sullivan learning/testing centers.
  • Recruit, hire, schedule, train, mentor, and evaluate qualified tutors in Math, English, Science and additional subjects as needed at the Rolla & Sullivan sites.
  • Provide onsite support for students experiencing difficulties through short-term personal counseling and referral to appropriate community and campus resources.
  • Serve as the onsite contact for Rolla & Sullivan students requesting Access Services and assist with the implementation of accommodations for students with disabilities.
  • Work in conjunction with the Director, Advising & Counseling to ensure compliance with college wide policies regarding Access Services.
  • Provide crisis intervention services and serve on the ECC Behavioral Intervention Team with ongoing case management at Rolla & Sullivan.
  • Teach 1-2 hours of Foundation Seminar per semester.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)

  • Completion of a Master’s degree in Counseling
  • Two years Counseling related work experience
  • Experience working with individuals with disabilities
  • Supervisory experience

 

The position offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package, basic health plan provided at no cost to employee. Dental, vision and life insurance. Participation in the Public School Retirement System of Missouri (PSRS); generous vacation and sick leave.

 

Posting date: November 19, 2014 / Interviews In Progress

 

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Support Staff Positions- Full-time

 

 

 



 

 

 

Support Staff - Part-time Positions

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Coach, Volleyball:

 

ECC is seeking a part-time assistant coach for the women’s intercollegiate volleyball team at the NJCAA level. Duties include conducting daily practices, game management and recruiting. Ideal candidate will possess a strong knowledge of the sport and past playing experience at the collegiate level.

 

Minimum Qualifications: 64 + hours towards a college degree, Bachelor’s degree preferred.

 

Posting date: January 14, 2015 / Accepting Applications

 

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Learning Center Specialist (Math):

 

ECC has an opening for a part-time Learning Center Specialist responsible for providing learning center and testing center services to students, faculty, staff and community. Responsibilities include tutoring students, administering tests, conducting orientation for students receiving individualized instruction, assisting students in using instructional computer programs, specifically for higher level mathematics courses, including calculus.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Completion of Associates degree in Mathematics or related field plus one year related experience required; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Familiarity with Microsoft software applications required. Familiarity with Microsoft software applications is essential. Must be able to present materials effectively to individual students or groups; must have the ability to provide encouraging and supportive educational atmosphere for students, handle confidential matters judiciously and have excellent customer service skills.

 

Minimum starting salary: $12.30 per hour, commensurate with experience; this is a part-time position, not to exceed 19.75 hours per week; work schedule will be flexible and will include some evening hours and an occasional Saturday.

 

Posting date: December 12, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

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Student Worker Positions

 

To participate in the work-study program you must be currently enrolled in classes and have completed the FAFSA prior to applying for a student worker position. For more information regarding FAFSA, student worker requirements and enrollment guidelines, please visit the Financial Aid Office or call (636) 584-6588. Minimum hourly pay $7.65; flexible hours not to exceed 19.75 hours per week. 

 

Please submit a Student Worker Employment Application to the Office of Human Resources
 
 
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