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Faculty Salary Schedule FY14

Adjunct Faculty Salary Schedule FY14

 

East Central College conducts background checks for new employees per our policy and in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

 

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Administrator Positions

 

  

 

 

 

Faculty Positions

 

  Health Information Management Program Director

  

 

 

Adjunct Faculty Positions

 

  Chemistry

  Communications

  Computer Information Systems

  English

  Graphic Design/Multimedia

  Health Information Management

  History

  Mathematics

  Pre-Engineering/Physics  

  Psychology

  Sociology

  Western Civilization

 

  

Professional Staff Positions

   

  Director, Advising & Counseling  

  Director, Developmental Education Programs

  Executive Director, Center for Workforce Development   

   

 

Support Staff Positions - Full-time

   

   

   

Support Staff Positions - Part-time    

  

  Instructional Program Assistant, IET - ECC Washington  

  Learning Center Specialist - ECC Sullivan

  Program Secretary, Nursing & Allied Health - Union

  Technical Support Technician- ECC Rolla

  Testing Center Assistant - Union

    

 

   

Student Worker Positions

 

  Library Assistant - Fall 

  Library Assistant - Fall

  English and Journalism Assistant - Fall

  Math Tutor - ECC Sullivan Learning Center - Fall

  A&P Tutor - ECC Rolla - Fall

  Learning Center Tutors (Math, English, Science) - Fall

  

 

 

Administrator Positions

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty Positions

 

 

Health Information Management Program Director:

 

East Central College has an opening for a full time program director of the HIM educational program responsible for the organization, administration, continuous program review, planning, development, accreditation and effectiveness of the program. The program director assists in budget development and management and finding, training and developing adjunct faculty. The director will have a modified teaching schedule to provide program administration, oversight and student advisement. The program director and faculty must participate in ongoing professional development; the director is responsible for maintaining a curriculum that is current and appropriate to the profession. Faculty and program director must maintain appropriate credentials. Anticipated Start Date: August 2014.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must be certified as a Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) and must have, at a minimum, a baccalaureate degree – master’s degree preferred. There is no exception to the required credential.  Applicants should have at least 3 years recent industry experience and a minimum of 3 years adjunct or full time teaching experience.

 

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; 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: May 30, 2014 / 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 Fall 2014 semester.

 

 

 

Chemistry Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking a part-time instructor to teach an Intro to Chemistry course at the main campus in Union for the fall 2014 semester. Anticipated course schedule Tuesday and Thursday evenings 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm (Lecture) and 7:00 pm - 8:50 pm (Lab). Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master's degree in Chemistry. Community College teaching experience is preferred.

 

Posting date: March 20, 2013 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Communications Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking part-time instructors to teach Communications courses for the fall 2014 semester. Available courses may include Mass Media Communications, Oral Communications, Public Speaking. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master's degree in Communications or related field. Community College teaching experience is preferred.

 

Posting date: May 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Computer Information Systems Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking part-time instructors to teach CIS courses for the fall 2014 semester. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in IT, MIS or related field plus 3 years directly related work experience required; Master's degree preferred. Available courses schedule include:

 

Microcomputer Operations on Thursdays from 6:30 PM - 9:15 PM (Comp TIA A+ certification is desired).

 

Project Management on Tuesdays from 6:30 PM - 9:15 PM

 

Posting Date: May 15, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

 

English Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking part-time instructors to teach English courses for the fall 2014 semester. Available courses may include Intro to Writing, English Comp I and English Comp II. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master's degree in English or related field. Community College teaching experience is preferred.

 

Posting date: May 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Graphic Design/Multimedia Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking part-time instructors to teach Graphic Design/Multimedia courses for the fall 2014 semester. Available courses may include Digital Illustration I and/or Digital Illustration II. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, Multimedia or related field plus two years industry experience required; teaching experience is preferred. Interested candidates should submit a digital portfolio along with their application materials. Please indicate any software expertise.  

 

Posting date: May 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Health Information Management Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking a part-time instructor to teach Health Information Management courses for the fall 2014 semester. Responsibilities include maintaining Moodle course site materials, regular communication with students via phone email or Adobe Connect and virtual office hours. Minimum Qualifications: 

Qualifications include a minimum of an Associate degree in Health Information Management. RHIT eligibility required, RHIT credential preferred.  At least 18 months industry work experience is required in an area applicable to assigned course(s) for teaching. 

 

Posting date: June 09, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

History Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking a part-time instructors to teach History courses for the fall semester at our Rolla location. Courses available include US History to 1865 on Monday evenings from 6:30 - 9:15 PM and/or US History 1945 to present on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 - 9:15 PM. Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master's degree in History or related field. Community College teaching experience is preferred.

 

Posting date: July 16, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

 

Mathematics Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking part-time instructors to teach Mathematics courses for the fall 2014 semester. Available courses may include Intro Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master's degree in Mathematics or related field. Community College teaching experience is preferred.

 

Posting date: May 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Pre-Engineering/Physics Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking part-time instructors to teach Pre-Engineering/Physics courses for the fall 2014 semester. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Minimum Qualification: Earned a Master's degree in Engineering, Physics or related field. Community College teaching experience preferred.

 

Posting date: July 10,2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Psychology Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking part-time instructors to teach General Psychology courses for the fall 2014 semester. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master's degree in Psychology or related field. Community College teaching experience preferred.

 

Posting date: May 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Sociology Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking part-time instructors to teach General Sociology courses for the fall 2014 semester. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master's degree in Sociology or related field. Community College teaching experience is preferred.

 

Posting date: May 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

Western Civilization Adjunct Instructor:

 

ECC is seeking a part-time instructor to teach a Western Civilization course for the fall 2014 semester. Minimum Qualifications: Earned a Master's degree in Civilization or related field. Community College teaching experience preferred.

 

Posting date: May 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Staff Positions

 

 

Director, Advising & Counseling:

 

The Director, Advising & Counseling is responsible for leadership in the overall management of advisement services, counseling services, career services, access services and to represent the college in the social services and educational community.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop, direct and manage counseling and academic advisement services in close coordination with all other divisions.
  • Oversee the development of services and the provision of accommodations to special student populations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504.
  • Supervise the international student admission process in accordance with applicable legislation.
  • Supervise administration of the HiSET (formerly GED) and ACT.
  • Conduct seminars on goal settings, study skills, learning styles and related topics as needed.
  • Train and update faculty and staff advisors as necessary.
  • Develop and recommend related policies and procedures for the college.
  • Support orientation and student success activities.
  • Assist in recruitment efforts and represent the college in the community as requested.
  • Provide academic services as necessary.

 

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, Higher Education or related field
  • Two years related work 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.

 

Posting date: June 9, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

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Director, Developmental Education Programs:

 

The Director, Development Education Programs is responsible for the direction, implementation and oversight of the multidisciplinary program of study to support students in preparing for college level coursework, including coursework in core academic areas and learning support programming.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Work with college faculty and staff to plan, organize and coordinate coursework, learning support and services necessary for a cohesive developmental studies program.
  • Manage, implement and oversee the college’s Foundation Seminar program.
  • Assist faculty in developing appropriate assessment practices in developmental education.
  • Manage and oversee the college’s learning community program and early alert systems.
  • Develop programming that aligns with the completion agenda, DHE Remediation policies and other agency best practices.
  • Schedule, oversee and implement college bridge programs in mathematics and writing.
  • Achieve and maintain program accreditation through NADE and/or other appropriate accrediting bodies.
  • Teach at least one developmental course each semester.
  • Chair the Developmental Education Advisory committee.
  • Represent the college at MoDEC.

 

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

  • Completion of a Master’s degree with a major in a core academic field (English, Mathematics or Reading) or a Master’s degree in a related field, such as adult education, with 18 graduate credit hours in a core academic area.
  • Experience teaching developmental students.
  • Knowledge of NADE standards

 

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.

 

Posting date: May 13, 2014 / Interviews In progress

 

How To Apply

 

 

 

Executive Director, Center for Workforce Development:

 

The Executive Director, Center for Workforce Development will oversee all aspects of the ECC Center for Workforce Development services and activities including Missouri Customized Training and New Jobs Training, Non-Credit Workforce Development Programs, Community Education, WIA Youth Program and Business Consulting and Training.

 

Essential Responsibilities:

 

  • Oversee all aspects of the Center for Workforce Development services and activities.
  • Develop relationships with external workforce development entities and industry representatives to address current and emerging workforce education needs within the college’s service area.
  • Hire, supervise, train and evaluate staff; support additional professional development for staff.
  • Oversee all fiscal processes for assigned program areas including developing annual budgets for assigned program areas; approve all expenditures related to the daily operation of the department; ensure that program instructor payroll is completed in a timely manner.
  • Direct the development of new courses and/or programs as needs are identified.
  • Oversee the development of training programs and course schedules for each semester.
  • Market customized training programs to business and industry prospects.
  • Oversee the overall direction of the Community Education program including conducting an annual program review.

 

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

  • Completion of Master's degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or other related fields.
  • Five years’ workforce education work experience; one year supervisory work experience.

 

Screening of resumes will begin immediately, and continue until the position is filled. Selected candidates may be invited to submit further application materials.

 

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.

 

Posting date: July 1, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

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Support Staff Positions- Full-time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Support Staff - Part-time Positions

 

 

Instructional Program Assistant, IET - ECC Washington:

 

ECC has an immediate opening for a part-time Program Assistant to provide a variety of instructional assistance in the use of equipment in the laboratory environment and assist in the day-to-day operation and program development of the Industrial Engineering Technology (IET) Program. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: provide information regarding course offerings, schedule and procedures to students and prospective students; tutor and assist students individually or in small groups; assist in the preparation of instructional materials; assist in the classroom and/or lab; demonstrate and/or describe the proper safety procedures in the lab including posting Lab Safety Guidelines; demonstrate proper operation and care of equipment, instruments and supplies used in the lab; maintain inventory of equipment, material and supplies; assist in equipment maintenance and constructing training equipment.

 

Minimum Qualifications:  Completion of Associate’s degree or Certificate of Achievement in Industrial Engineering Technology or related field plus two years related work experience.

 

Minimum starting salary:  $12.30 per hour; commensurate with experience.  Free tuition for ECC credit classes.  This is a part-time position, not to exceed 19.75 hours per week.

 

Posting date: July 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

How To Apply

 

 

 

Learning Center Specialist - ECC Sullivan:

 

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 at our Sullivan facility. Responsibilities include providing tutoring services to students enrolled in Math, English and any other subjects, if qualified, and provide one-on-one instruction, administering tests, conducting orientation for students receiving individualized instruction, assisting students in using instructional computer programs, assist with administering and scheduling a variety of tests including CAAP, WorkKeys, CBASE, Accuplacer, CLEP and maintaining test files in Testing Center.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Completion of Associates degree in Math or English, plus one year related experience required; must be able to present materials effectively to individual students or groups; handle confidential matters judiciously and have excellent customer service skills. 

 

Minimum starting salary: $12.27 per hour; this is a part-time position, not to exceed 19.75 hours per week; Schedule will vary depending on course offerings. Anticipated Start: Fall Semester.

 

Posting Updated: July 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

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Program Secretary, Nursing & Allied Health - Union:

 

ECC has an immediate opening for a part-time Secretary to provide a variety of secretarial duties to assist in the Nursing and Allied Health Division.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  answer the telephone, provide information, take messages, and/or direct calls to appropriate personnel; greet, respond to inquiries regarding departmental matters, provide specialized information regarding policies, procedures, rules and regulations; prepare outgoing mail, pick-up and distribute incoming mail; filing, data entry, word processing, typing letters, reports, memoranda and proofreading all work to ensure accuracy; maintain schedules of appointments; maintain filing system; prepare work orders, purchase orders and supply requisitions; process invoices; order office supplies; prepare agendas, attend meetings and take minutes.  Duties also include assisting faculty with clinical lab equipment maintenance, inventory, simulation preparation, and other support lab duties as necessary.

 

Minimum Qualifications:  High School Diploma/GED plus 1-2 years secretarial experience required.  Must have knowledge of general office procedures and filing systems and be proficient in computer skills.  Must have the ability to organize and coordinate tasks with frequent interruptions.

 

Minimum starting salary:  $10 per hour; commensurate with experience.  Free tuition for ECC credit classes.  This is a part-time position, not to exceed 19.75 hours per week.

 

Posting date: July 08, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

How To Apply

 

 

 

Technical Support Technician- ECC Rolla:

 

ECC has an anticipated opening for a part-time Technical Support Technician, at our Rolla location, to install, configure, update, troubleshoot and maintain classroom instructional technology hardware, software, and peripherals for the main campus and to provide support as needed for instructional computer labs. Responsibilities include schedule, monitor usage, setup, maintain, service and inventory classroom technology, audio visual equipment and instructional technology equipment; provide training and technical support to faculty and staff in regards to instructional technology equipment; assist faculty with classroom hardware and software problems as requested; install, modify, repair and maintain fixed and mobile classroom interactive audio/visual systems used for real-time presentation, course capture, streaming video and processing; identify computer hardware and software malfunctions and perform appropriate repairs to equipment; perform troubleshooting and preventive maintenance as necessary. The schedule for Spring semester will be Mondays during the day and Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons due to class schedule.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Completion of Associate’s degree, plus one (1) year directly related work experience required (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) Candidates must have a familiarity with a wide variety of personal computer systems and peripherals; working knowledge of PC hardware; repair and troubleshooting techniques; complete understanding of classroom instructional technology.

 

Minimum starting salary: $10.00 per hour. This is a part-time position, not to exceed 19.75 hours per week; schedule to be determined.

 

Posting date: January 22, 2014 / Accepting Applications

 

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Testing Center Assistant - Union:

 

ECC has an opening for a part-time Testing Center Assistant responsible for providing testing center services to ECC students, faculty and community members. Responsibilities include but are not limited to administer tests in the testing center at main campus, provide secure exam delivery of paper and pencil or computer-based tests; ensure security of test materials by filing them promptly and appropriately; maintain logs of all tests administered in the testing center; check-in examinees, verify identification and provide proper testing instructions; monitor examinees while testing to ensure that testing regulations are strictly followed; report incidents of academic dishonesty to the appropriate instructor, VP of Student Development and Learning Center Director; update electronic calendar with scheduled testing appointments; assist the learning and testing center team with administrative tasks as needed.  

 

Minimum Qualifications: Completion of Associates degree plus one year related experience 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: $9.00 per hour, commensurate with experience; this is a part-time, temporary position, not to exceed 19.75 hours per week; Anticipated work schedule Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM. Schedule may vary in future semesters. Anticipated Start: Fall Semester.

 

Posting Updated: July 08, 2014 / Reviewing 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 $7.50; flexible hours not to exceed 19.75 hours per week. 

 

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2014.

 

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

 

 
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