Cybersecurity Training Coordinator

This position is responsible for creating and managing a new cybersecurity program. The employee will contact business & industry to determine their training needs and to assure qualified instruction is delivered to meet those needs. The employee will be responsible for all the planning, organizing, leading, and controlling of the cybersecurity program. Download complete job description.

MEP Sales Account Manager

The MEP sales account manager is responsible for selling Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) services, including but not limited to workforce training and related services to business and industry. The primary focus is to identify needs of small to medium-sized manufacturers and to develop solutions through the resources of the MEP system. Responsibilities include generating revenue for CIFT, the regional MEP center; generating revenues based on annual goals and sales projections; functioning as a team member of Custom Training Solutions; keeping up-to-date with developments and emerging needs in the manufacturing sector; and providing input into the product development, marketing and strategic efforts of CIFT and the Ohio MEP. This person will be located at the Advanced Manufacturing Training Center at the University of Toledo Scott Park campus and will focus his/her efforts on manufacturers located in Lucas and Wood counties. This position is contingent on continued grant funding. Download complete job description.

Admissions Recruiter

The purpose of this position is to recruit students and assist them in the enrollment process by providing advice, direction, information, support and access to appropriate College departments. Work hours may vary with recruiting events and may include early morning, late evening and occasional weekends within the 40-hour week. Download complete job description.

Developmental and College-Level English Faculty (Part-Time)

NSCC is seeking a qualified instructor to teach developmental and college-level English. Classes offered will include composition I & II and a variety of literature courses. The part-time composition faculty will work closely with full-time composition faculty and the dean in their leadership, development, assessment and evaluation of curriculum and will provide assessment and other student retention and success-related information as required. The course will start on January 9 and end on May 6, 2016. The qualified applicant must hold a master’s degree in the discipline or a master’s degree with 18 graduate credit hours in English. Interested candidates need to submit an employment application, cover letter, resume and three letters of recommendation. All information should be submitted to using “Dev. & College-Level Eng. Fac. (PT)” as the subject line.