The JFS workforce training coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing employment and training services programs and projects as directed by the JFS workforce director to address the Comprehensive Case Management and Employment Program (CCMEP) objectives in the identified service region. Responsibilities include: serving as a liaison between Custom Training Solutions (CTS) and the area Job and Family Service (JFS) agencies; identify qualified CCMEP participants to enroll in employment and training services; coordinate with CTS team members to create employment and training services; assist with the development of policies to assure compliance with state and federal laws; maintain and ensure confidentiality on all matters. Funding for this position is contingent upon continued partnership with area JFS agencies. Download complete job description.
Applications are being accepted for the dean of the Arts & Sciences Division. This position is responsible for management and direction of the Division and its functions. These functions include program development; faculty and student recruitment; budget development and management; and faculty development and evaluation. The dean will coordinate these responsibilities with the College as a whole so as to support the mission of NSCC. Download complete job description.
The talent management specialist will research, develop and implement effective recruiting and staffing strategies to attract a diverse pool of qualified talent for the organization. This position will also coordinate performance management process including training employees and supervisors. Download complete job description.
Applications are being accepted for a part-time food services assistant. This position will assist the food services supervisor and cook in all food service operations. Normal weekly hours are 20-25 for 9 months per year, plus summer days based on department needs. Normal working hours are between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday-Friday. Hours/days will vary due to operational situations, such as catering, which can include evenings and weekends. Download complete job description.
Applications are being accepted for a clinical teaching assistant. The full-time clinical teaching assistant will be responsible for clinical and/or nursing laboratory instruction. They will work closely with lead nursing faculty to participate in the development, assessment and evaluation of curriculum in existing courses, new courses and related programs. Download complete job description.
Applications are being accepted for the financial aid assistant position. This position represents the face of the College to current students,prospective students and parents and establishes a connection for customers to the NSCC Financial Aid Office. Download complete job description.
Applications are being accepted for a custodian position. This position is responsible for specialized and routine cleaning and maintaining the College’s buildings, classrooms, restrooms, labs and offices to ensure the safety, health and welfare of the students, faculty, staff and the general public. Normal weekly hours: full-time 40 for 12 months per year. Work hours between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m.. Hours will vary due to operational situations. Custodial coverage of the college is needed until 10 p.m. Monday-Friday or variable according to class schedules as determined at the start of each semester. Click for complete job description.
NSCC is seeking a qualified part-time instructor to teach philosophy. The part-time philosophy faculty will work closely with full-time humanities and/or philosophy 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 qualified applicant must hold a master’s degree in the discipline or a master’s degree with 18 graduate credit hours in philosophy, humanities, or other related field. Interested candidates need to submit an employment application, cover letter, resume, and three letters of recommendation. All information should be submitted to careers@NorthwestState.edu using “Philosophy Fac. (PT)” as the subject line.