Employment Opportunities

Open positions are posted for a minimum of ten days and are updated weekly. Hiring status and position filled notice is updated weekly. Applicants will only be contacted if selected for an interview. Applications and support materials will be retained for one year.

View job descriptions here.

 

Adjunct Faculty (Part-Time Instructors)

ECC is seeking a part-time instructor to teach Accounting courses at our Rolla campus. Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Accounting or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Anatomy and Physiology (A&P) courses at Union campus.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Anatomy or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Anthropology courses for the Fall 2018 semester.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Anthropology or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College’s Department of Art is seeking part-time instructors (adjunct) to teach courses in Art History​.

Qualifications: Master’s in art history, Master’s in art with a recorded emphasis or concentration in art history OR the equivalent.

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $600 to $640 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply, click here.

Posted 3-13-18

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Biology courses for the Spring 2018 semester at Union campus.

Courses include: Intro to Life Science and General Biology

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Biology or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Chemistry courses for the Fall 2018 semester..

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Chemistry or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

ECC is seeking a part-time instructor to teach Communication courses at our Rolla campus. Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Communications or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred. Day and/or evening courses may be available. Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Computer Information Systems (CIS) courses for the Fall 2018 semester.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Computer Info Systems or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College is seeking part time (adjunct) instructors for the Culinary Arts Program.  Adjuncts are responsible for providing effective learning experiences in the classroom and kitchen laboratory for students with diverse interests, abilities and expectations. East Central College Culinary Arts is an American Culinary Federation accredited program (ACF).

Anticipated courses taught in lecture and lab range from basic food preparation, baking (basic and advanced), garde manger, table service, and lecture in basic, intermediate and advanced theory.  Must be able to assist in maintaining ACF program accreditation and accreditation standards.

Adjuncts are needed to teach day and/or evening classes at the main campus in Union.

Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) Associate’s degree with three years of work experience in culinary arts or a Bachelor’s degree preferred and three years of work experience in culinary arts; Certified Chef de Cuisine Certification or higher; an active ServSafe Sanitation certificate required. College level teaching experience preferred.

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

Rate based on degree per credit hour (PCH): $600 PCH with Associate/Bachelor degree, $620 PCH with Master degree and $640 PCH with Academic Doctoral degree.

The Culinary Arts program offers an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree and a Certificate of Achievement taught through a block schedule of course sequencing. The curriculum centers on “hands on” learning in our professional culinary kitchen taught by qualified chefs, pastry chefs and instructors.

For more information about the culinary program, go to http://www.eastcentral.edu/business/culinary-arts/

Benefits: Eligible for tuition waiver for ECC Credit Courses.

To apply visit: http://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=424271901

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 12-19-16

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach English courses for the Spring 2019 semester at the Rolla campus.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in English or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Geography courses for the Spring 2019 semester at our Rolla campus.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Geography or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

Seeking part-time instructors to teach Geology courses.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Geology related field required; community college teaching experience preferred. 

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College’s Department of Art and Design is currently seeking qualified applicants for an adjunct position in Graphic Design. Must have experience in all fields of Graphic Design specifically:  Typography, Page Design, Package Design, Branding, and Printing.  Applicants should be proficient in the Adobe Creative Suite design applications, especially Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.

Minimum qualifications:

  • BFA or BA in Graphic Design or Visual Communications or related field
  • 3-5 years of professional experience in a related field
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite/Creative Cloud software

Digital portfolio may be requested after application is complete.

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $600 to $640 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply, click here.

Posted 3-13-18

Take your career to the next level as an HVAC/R Instructor for East Central College and you’ll be a driving force behind our career and technical-focused degree programs. No matter your subject matter expertise, we’ll count on the real-world experience you bring to the classroom.

Within your area of expertise, we’ll count on you to teach courses specific to refrigeration, heating and cooling.

Qualifications: Associates degree with 5 plus years’ work experience. EPA 608 Universal, as needed. (Comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications).

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $600 to $640 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply, click here.

Posted 3-2-18

Take your career to the next level as an Industrial Engineering Technology Instructor for East Central College and you’ll be a driving force behind our career and technical-focused degree programs. No matter your subject matter expertise, we’ll count on the real-world experience you bring to the classroom.

Within your area of expertise, we’ll count on you to teach wiring electrical controls (relays, sensors, switches, pilot lights) with the ability to perform electrical calculations by using Ohm’s law/Power law to solve series and parallel circuits, read electrical schematics and ladder logic diagrams, make electrical measurements with a multi-meter and troubleshoot electrical equipment.

Qualifications: Associates degree or better with 5 plus years’ experience in manufacturing. (Comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications).

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $600 to $640 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=447066657

Updated posting 11-3-17; 9-18-17

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Intro to Engineering Design courses for the Fall 2018 semester.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Engineering or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Math courses for the Spring 2019 semester.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Math or related field; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620 per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

Take your career to the next level as an Adjunct Instructor for East Central College. Working from our main campus in Union, Missouri, at our facilities in Rolla, and/or online, you’ll be a driving force behind our career and technical-focused degree programs. No matter your subject matter expertise, we’ll count on the real-world experience you bring to the classroom.

Within your area of expertise, we’ll count on you to teach Medical Assisting, both classroom and clinical components.

Qualifications: Medical Assistant Certificate plus five year’s work experience as a Medical Assistant preferred; completion of AAS degree preferred; CMA/RMA not required but willing to sit for exam once hired. Previous teaching experience preferred. (Comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications). 

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $600 to $640 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

To apply, click here.

Posted 2-13-18

East Central College has openings for part-time nursing adjunct instructors to teach the clinical components of the curriculum for the areas of pediatrics and medical surgical nursing. Adjuncts are needed to teach day and/or evening classes at the main campus in Union, MO.

ECC offers an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing. A LPN to RN Bridge program is also available for LPNs interested in becoming registered nurses.  The nursing program has state-of-the-art clinical labs which utilize technology and high-fidelity human patient simulators.

To learn more about the nursing program, go to www.eastcentral.edu/nursing/nursing/.

Minimum Qualifications: a bachelor’s degree in nursing, plus two years’ experience as a Registered Nurse in the related field of nursing and an undisciplined Missouri RN license is required; a master’s degree in nursing is preferred.

Minimum starting rate: Adjuncts are hired on a per semester basis and are eligible to teach a maximum of 18 credit hours per calendar year and up to 9 credit hours per semester.

Rate based on degree per credit hour (PCH): $600 PCH with Associate/Bachelor degree, $620 PCH with Master degree and $640 PCH with Academic Doctoral degree.

To apply visit: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=424751847

Eligible for tuition waiver for ECC Credit Courses.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted  4-19-18

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors (adjunts) to teach Intro to Physics for the Spring 2019 semester. Course schedule is below.

PHY-104-81 (Union) Intro Physics

Lecture Tu/Th 6:30-7:50 PM, Lab 8:00-8:55 PM

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Physics or related field; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

East Central College is seeking part time (adjunct) instructors for Precision Machine.

Adjuncts are responsible for providing effective learning experiences in the classroom and laboratory for students with diverse interests, abilities and expectations.

Anticipated courses taught in lecture and lab range from Machine 1-4. Course offering are determined by curriculum offering and may not all be offered in a single semester.

Adjuncts are needed to teach day and/or evening classes at the main campus in Union.

Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) Associate degree with five years of work experience in precision machine or a Bachelor’s degree with three years of work experience in precision machine; NIMS Certification (For non-NIMS certified applicants school will sponsor certification); significant experience in defining, developing, and administering all aspects of precision machine technologies; prior teaching experience is preferred.

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

Rate based on degree per credit hour (PCH): $600 PCH with Associate/Bachelor degree, $620 PCH with Master degree and $640 PCH with Academic Doctoral degree.

The Precision Machining program offers an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree and a Certificate of Achievement taught in conjunction with the region’s extensive manufacturing industry. The curriculum centers on “hands on” learning in our expanded professional CNC and Machine Tool labs. Students are taught by qualified instructors who’ve had working careers with manufacturing companies.

For more information about the Precision Machine program, go to http://www.eastcentral.edu/business/precision-machining-technology/

Benefits: Eligible for tuition waiver for ECC Credit Courses.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply visit: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

Posted 12-12-16

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Psychology and Sociology courses for the Fall 2018 semester.

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Psychology or Sociology or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

 

East Central College is seeking part-time instructors to teach Survey of Physical Science courses for the Spring 2019 semester. Course schedules listed below.

  • PHY-110-R71 (Rolla) Survey of Physical Science

                Lecture Tu/Th 5:00-6:20PM, Lab 6:30-8:20PM

 

  • PHY-110-40 (Union) Survey of Physical Science

                 Lecture M/W 12:30-1:50 PM, Lab 2:00-3:45 PM

 

Qualifications: Earned a Master’s degree in Physical Science or related field required; community college teaching experience preferred.

Starting salary is $620/per credit hour with Master’s degree ($640/PCH with Doctorate). Benefits include eligibility for tuition waiver for ECC credit courses.

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=412389350

Take your career to the next level as a part-time Welding Instructor for East Central College and you’ll be a driving force behind our career and technical-focused degree programs. No matter your subject matter expertise, we’ll count on the real-world experience you bring to the classroom.

Within your area of expertise, we’ll count on you to teach structural fabrication, repair and maintenance, MIG, TIG, ARC, OXY/ACE welding to students in a classroom and lab setting.

A minimum of an Associate’s degree and five years’ work experience in welding processes and techniques. AWS or other industry certification preferred but not required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. (Comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications).

Adjuncts are hired on a per-semester basis and are paid between $600 to $640 per credit hour (pch) based on the level of degree obtained.

 

To apply: https://hiring.accolo.com/job.htm?id=446809567

Posted 10-31-17

 Staff Positions

East Central College is seeking part-time College and Career Readiness (CCR) Instructors for Owensville. Instructors work with students on individual lessons in the areas of most need of the students.

College and Career Readiness Instructor Openings:

Montgomery City

Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 5pm-8pm

English Language Acquisition Instructor Openings:

Wright City

Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 5pm-8pm

Adult Education and Literacy classes have two focus areas:

College and Career Readiness classes
Prepare for college or career placement exams, finishing high school education and passing the high school equivalency test
Instructors teach reading, math, language/writing skills, and some social studies and science review.

English Language Acquisition

Learning English as a second language and US Citizenship test preparation.
Instructors teach English skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking as well as US Citizenship.

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Minimum Qualifications: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)
• Completion of a B.S. or B.A. degree.
• Possess current AEL teacher certification or must be able to obtain AEL certification.
• Fingerprint background check required.
• Must have strong math skills and be able to relate to adults (17 years and older).
• Teaching or tutoring experience preferred.

 

Minimum starting salary: $15.00 per hour.

 

To apply, click here.

 

Visit www.eastcentral.edu/ael for more information, class times and locations.

Update 10-16-18

East Central College has an opening for a part time Biology/Chemistry Lab Assistant at the Rolla campus responsible for providing routine laboratory tasks to assist faculty with lab preparations and disposal of waste.

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

  • Completion of Associate’s degree in biology or related field with equivalent coursework in Biology and Chemistry.

Essential Tasks:

  • Prepare materials and assemble, disassemble, clean and store equipment needed for individual and group laboratory experiments.
  • Schedule preparation of lab experiments.
  • Store and dispose of hazardous wastes using safety procedures.
  • Assist in informing faculty and staff of proper hazardous waste disposal procedures.
  • Maintain Material Safety Data Sheets in an organized, accessible fashion.
  • Enforce lab safety codes in all science lab areas to assure student and employee safety.
  • Communicate with science faculty regarding special needs and maintenance of laboratory facilities.
  • Maintain inventory system of all science supplies and special equipment
  • Coordinate purchasing of all science supplies and special equipment with division chair.
  • Coordinate maintenance of laboratory equipment (service or replace).
  • Make appropriate recommendations for cost effective utilization of allocated resources.
  • Maintain a reference library of scientific catalogs, instruction manuals, keys, troubleshooting guides, and operation and parts manuals for laboratory equipment and models as requested.
  • Perform assigned responsibilities, duties, and tasks according to established practices, procedures, techniques, and standards in a safe manner and with minimal supervision.

Minimum starting salary: $10.50 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.

East Central College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

To apply, click here.

Posted 12-5-18

East Central College has an opening for a full-time Custodian for the evening shift to perform general custodial duties related to the maintenance and cleaning of classrooms, offices, and other areas in assigned buildings and facilities.  Adjustment of hours and/or weekend work may be required.

Evening shift hours: Monday – Thursday 4pm – 12:30am; Friday 12pm – 8:30pm

QUALIFICATIONS:  High school diploma or equivalent and one year related custodial/housekeeping experience.

ESSENTIAL TASKS:

  • Clean and maintain assigned areas (e.g. offices, drinking fountains, corridors, carpets, windows, walls, classrooms, restrooms etc.)
  • Arrange equipment and furnishings (e.g. furniture arrangements, tables, chairs, bleachers, etc.)
  • Strip, scrub, apply floor finish, buff, and refinish hard surface floors.
  • Operate custodial equipment, supplies, and chemicals in a safe and effective manner.
  • Assist with snow removal.
  • Maintain custodial supplies and equipment (e.g. cleaning solutions, paper products, custodial tools, etc.)
  • Be able to regularly lift and /or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move more than 100 pounds.
  • Work with exposure to cleaning solutions, disinfectants, chemicals, bacteria, and bodily fluids. Will be required to wear protective gear and follow proper safety precautions.
  • Unlocking and securing buildings.
  • Conduct college business in a professional and ethical manner that includes the College’s core values of integrity, excellence, dignity, accountability, environmental responsibility and global citizenry.
  • Perform assigned responsibilities, duties, and tasks according to established practices, procedures, techniques, and standards in a safe manner and with minimal supervision.

View job description here.

BENEFITS: ECC offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits.

Salary range $9.50 – $12.25 an hour. Salary will commensurate with experience.

To apply, click here

Posted 8-15-18

 

 

 

 

 

East Central College has an opening for a Director of Early College Programs. The Director of Early College Programs is responsible for coordinating, developing and maintaining dual credit, dual enrollment, dual technical credit, and early college high school programs. The position works closely with counselors at partner high schools to build enrollment and create pathways to enrollment as full-time East Central College students following high school graduation. The position ensures that the Early College Programs are administered in accord with guidelines established by the College, the Missouri Department of Higher Education, and the Higher Learning Commission.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) 

  • The ideal candidate should have a Master’s degree required with a minimum of three years’ experience developing programmatic partnership relationships. Demonstrated supervisory skills and experience, proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite applications, experience with budget development and monitoring

ESSENTIAL TASKS: Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.

  • Build relationships with high schools across ECC’s service area, in order to increase enrollment by assessing the needs of high school students and school districts, coordinating with academic departments and colleges to provide courses in response to those needs, implementing marketing and promotion strategies to ensure participation, providing admission and registration support services, and overseeing orientation and administrative support for students and faculty.
  • Manages the growth, development, and promotion of Early College Programs, including preparation of guidelines for instructors, schools, students, and academic departments, making presentations at schools, initiating formal agreements with schools, recommending policy and procedural changes, overseeing orientation activities for students and instructors, coordinating with academic departments at the College, solving problems, and serving as an advisor and a resource for students, parents and counselors.
  • Engage local and regional educational leaders to identify critical needs, develop new and improve existing programs as well as demonstrate the ability to effectively build and lead teams to advance strategic initiatives.
  • Responsible for leading the expansion, development, and execution of dual enrollment programs.
  • Works cooperatively with the Registrar and Admissions staff to ensure that special registration assistance is provided for dual credit students, including visits to area high schools in a timely manner to collect admission and registration materials to meet specified registration deadlines.
  • Provide leadership and administration for planning, developing, implementing, directing, monitoring, and reviewing/developing K-12 career pathways, dual enrollment, and educational programming with local high schools, government, and higher education educational partners.
  • Conduct college business in a professional and ethical manner that includes the College’s core values of integrity, excellence, dignity, accountability, environmental responsibility and global citizenry.
  • Perform assigned responsibilities, duties, and tasks according to established practices, procedures, and standards in a safe and efficient manner, with minimal supervision.

 

View full job description here.

Benefits: ECC offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee for employee only coverage. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits. Minimum starting salary is $42,000 and will commensurate with experience.

 

To apply, click here.

Posted 12-6-18

East Central College has an opening for an Executive Director, Foundation/Director, Institutional Development. The Executive Director of the East Central College Foundation, is the chief development officer reporting directly to the President of the College and to the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Foundation.

The Executive Director is responsible for leading and strengthening a comprehensive fundraising program in support of East Central College Foundation’s mission and goals. Specific emphasis is focused on annual giving, major giving, planned giving, grants and fundraising events.

The Executive Director will strive to build a greater understanding and support for Foundation’s mission, vision and goals in the region. The Executive Director is an ex-officio member of the East Central College Foundation Board of Directors and is also a member of the President’s Cabinet of East Central College.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) 

  • Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred. A degree in marketing/ business/public relations/communications may be helpful.
  • Minimum of five years of increasingly responsible fundraising/development experience, preferably in a collegiate or non-profit setting, with evidence of continued growth through education and participation in professional fundraising organizations.
  • Certification or CFRE helpful.

 

ESSENTIAL TASKS, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.

  • Responsible for supervision and administration of the Foundation Scholarship program including scholarship allocation, recipient selection and in maintaining interaction and relationship with donors.
  • Develop and maintain a five-year strategic plan for the East Central College Foundation in conjunction with the College President and the Foundation Board.
  • Develop annual measurable objectives in the areas of annual giving, special events, capital projects and campaign donations, planned giving and grant awards to support reaching the five-year strategic plan goals.
  • Conduct research to identify major donor prospects and obtain information concerning financial capacity, special interests, past history and current connections with East Central College Foundation.
  • Maintain an active portfolio of major donor prospects and be responsible for a program of personal visits, relationship development, solicitation and stewardship activities.
  • Develop, maintain and strengthen a program of planned giving through personal contact, seminars, brochures, newsletters, etc., to reach goals and objectives.
  • Serve as the Foundation’s primary advocate and spokesperson in the local and regional community and, therefore, increase awareness, understanding and appreciation of the Foundation and all aspects of the East Central College organization.
  • Oversee the financial business of the Foundation, including working with the Foundation’s Finance Committee on investment management.
  • Prepare and manage an annual operating and capital budget in conjunction with the Foundation Board and the College President.
  • Participate in community activities, College and Foundation committees, and other endeavors to become integrated into the community and the College.
  • Demonstrated track record of solid accomplishment in fundraising

View full job description here.

BENEFITS: ECC offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance with no premium cost to the employee for employee only coverage. Retirement benefits, generous paid leave, tuition waiver and tuition reimbursement benefits.

Minimum starting salary is $50,000 and will commensurate with experience.

 

To apply, click here.

Posted 11-19-18

East Central College has an opening for a part-time Grants Administrative Assistant responsible for monitoring assigned grant programs and funded initiatives for progress, reporting, fiscal oversight and compliance with regulations in conjunction with project managers at the program level.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) 

  • Associate’s degree in business, finance, accounting, public policy, or similar education; coursework in accounting, budgeting, or financial analysis methods is required
  • 1-2 years working experience in a higher education setting with specific background in state and federal grants preferred

ESSENTIAL TASKS: Employee must be able to perform the following essential functions to the satisfaction of the employee’s supervisor.

  • Oversee all assigned grant programs (USDA Rural Development, Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education funding, state of Missouri Vocational Enhancement, US EDA); and funded initiatives for compliance to funding requirements as set by the grantor and as required at the state and or federal level.
  • Assure compliance with a variety of applicable laws, rules, regulations and restrictions related to the expenditure of grant funds; provide technical support to faculty and staff in developing grant budgets and preparing comprehensive reports and summaries of activities.
  • Maintain and monitor programs through grant management software/database and maintain all aspects of the internal grant support system.
  • Collaborate with ECC financial services director and staff for development and maintenance of grant budgets.
  • Prepare and generate all fiscal and narrative reports as required by the grants and funded initiatives including monthly, quarterly and annual requirements.
  • Attend required meetings, training and conferences for the funded programs.
  • Create documents/materials to capture necessary data during participant intake and exit processes.
  • Approve and assist with transactions to ensure compliance with allowable expenditures.
  • Identify funding opportunities at the local, state, and federal levels consistent with the college’s mission and strategic plan and present to the Vice President for External Relations.
  • Develop and coordinate information necessary for grant application completion as assigned by Vice President for External Relations. Gather necessary information from staff for grant writing and reporting purposes.
  • Oversee completion of needs assessment of the service areas and target population and work closely with ECC institutional research and planning staff.
  • Prepare statistical, technical, and administrative reports and generate reports on institutional impact of grants.
  • Collect and analyze data to ascertain and evaluate program effectiveness. Track and record grant success rates, based on total applications, ranking, and variance of amount requested to amount awarded.
  • Responsible for providing assistance to faculty, staff, and administrators who are seeking external funding.
  • Perform assigned responsibilities, duties, and tasks according to established practices, procedures, techniques, and standards in a safe manner and with minimal supervision.

 

View full job description here.

Minimum starting salary is $11.60/hour and will commensurate with experience.

 

 

To apply, click here.

Posted 10-2-18

East Central College has an immediate opening for a part time Instructional Program Assistant, HVAC responsible for providing support services for HVAC laboratory set-up demonstrations, including maintaining the equipment and inventory records for the laboratory and equipment.

Minimum Qualifications:  (A comparable amount of training, education or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.) Completion of Associates in HVAC or related field and one year related work experience.

Minimum starting salary: $12.80 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.

 

To apply, click here.

Posted 12-3-18

Student Worker Positions

Now accepting applications for the following student worker positions for the Fall 2018 Semester: America Read’s Tutors, Learning Center Tutors & Student Ambassadors.

To participate in the Work Study Program you must be currently enrolled in at least six credit hours, must submit the FAFSA form and qualify for financial need. For summer, students must be enroll in at least six credit hours for both the summer and fall and have a complete financial aid file for the fall semester. Financial Aid will determine eligibility and inform the student if they qualify for the work study program. The number of hours of work a week will be based on the budget and the student’s financial qualifications for a maximum of 19 ¾ hours per week. For more information regarding FAFSA, student worker requirements and enrollment guidelines, please visit the Financial Aid Office or call (636) 584-6573 . Minimum hourly pay $7.85; flexible hours not to exceed 19.75 hours per week. Please submit a Student Worker Employment Application to the Office of Human Resources.

 

U.S. law requires companies to employ only individuals who may legally work in the United States – either U.S. citizens, or foreign citizens who have the necessary authorization. This diverse workforce contributes greatly to the vibrancy and strength of our economy, but that same strength also attracts unauthorized employment. All applicants must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in the US and documentation of degrees if transcripts are not used

This employer participates in E-Verify, an Internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.

E-Verify Participation Poster (English)

E-Verify Participation Poster (Spanish)

Right to Work Poster (English)

Right to Work Poster (Spanish)