Recruiter – Admissions

Applications are being accepted for the admissions recruiter position. 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.

Human Services Faculty

Applications are being accepted for the human services faculty position. This position will be responsible for classroom instruction and will provide leadership in the development, assessment and evaluation of curriculum in existing courses, new courses and related programs. They will actively participate in student advising, department meetings, college committees and facilitate advisory committees. Download complete job description.

Faculty – Natural Sciences (Physics)

Applications are being accepted for the natural sciences physics faculty position. This position will be responsible for classroom instruction. The successful candidate will provide leadership in the development, assessment and evaluation of curriculum in existing courses, new courses and related programs. This position will actively participate in student advising, department meetings and college committees. Download complete job description.

Site Coordinator – Van Wert

Applications are being accepted for the position of site coordinator – Van Wert. The site coordinator is responsible for Northwest State activities located in Van Wert and Paulding Counties. Responsibilities include planning, organizing and directing academic and training programs in Van Wert and Paulding Counties to meet minimum levels of enrollment as established by the executive vice president. Download complete job description.

Custodian

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.

Working Custodial Supervisor

Applications are being accepted for the working custodial supervisor position. This position will perform custodial duties as well as be responsible for scheduling, supervising and overseeing custodial staff in the tasks of cleaning and maintaining the College’s buildings, classrooms, labs and offices to ensure the safety, health and welfare of the students, faculty, staff and the general public. Click to see complete job description.

Director – Accounting & Business Services

Applications are being accepted for the director of accounting & business services position. This position is responsible for the supervision and oversight of business office functions, focusing on providing exemplary customer service. Individual is responsible for the foundation monthly and annual financial processes, including report preparation on a regular and special request basis; assisting and becoming knowledgeable with the College monthly and annual financial processes including preparation and/or review of entries to the general and financial ledgers for accuracy; and recruitment and hiring of business office personnel. Download the complete job description.

Psychology Faculty (Part-Time)

NSCC is seeking a qualified psychology instructor. Classes offered will include general psychology and human growth & development. The part-time psychology faculty will work closely with full-time 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 psychology or a master’s degree with 18 graduate credit hours in psychology. 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 “Psychology (PT)” as the subject line.