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The Financial Aid Veterans Services Specialist assists the department staff in the evaluate of veterans’ registration paperwork for submission to the Veterans Administration (VA) and is responsible for assisting veterans with academic and career planning as well as VA benefit utilization, with a focus on those enrolling in aviation-related programs.
The English Tutor/Instructor is responsible for providing academic English tutoring services, guiding students and assisting them with a range of academic activities, including essay writing, critical reading, and research methods. This professional educator also provides quality classroom instruction in English and related courses on the Douglas Campus, facilitating student learning and understanding in accordance with the philosophy, mission, and policies and procedures of the college.
The Part-time Office Assistant III Accounts Receivable is responsible for performing a variety of accounting services for students and staff and maintaining an accurate file system.
The Part-time Building Monitor for the Benson Center is responsible for supporting building activities, including classes and events by providing customer service to students, instructors, employees and visitors, and ensures safety and security of inhabitants, facilities, and equipment.
The Director of Administrative Computing is responsible for directing the day-to-day operations of an integrated enterprise administrative data system; planning, developing and maintaining administrative systems; planning and implementing software and hardware purchases; supervising assigned technical staff.
Associate Faculty provides an invaluable service to the College and our students by providing experience of their profession in our classrooms, laboratories, and studios. Instruction is provided via multiple mediums, including face-to-face courses, blended learning, and online throughout our entire services area.
Under the general supervision of the Director of Counseling & Advising, the Student - Office Aide is responsible for providing support to the Counseling & Advising Department by providing customer service to students and employees, performing data entry and processing/completing office-related duties specific to the department.
The Instructor of Reading is responsible for the instruction of courses in the areas of Reading and related courses for majors and non-majors district wide. Full time faculty members are professional educators with the primary responsibility of providing a quality instruction for a diverse student population and performing instructional duties and responsibilities in accordance with the philosophy, mission, policies and procedures of the college.
This position is open until filled with priority to applications received by June 2, 2016
The Dean of Business and Technology is responsible for providing district wide leadership, supervision, guidance and direction for instructional and student development programs, courses, services, faculty and staff. Planning and implementing district wide educational programs and services aligned with the goals of the college mission.
This position is open until filled with priority to applications received by May 31, 2016.
Under the general supervision of the Library Circulation Coordinator, the Student – Library Aide is responsible for providing support to the Library Department by performing a variety of computer, clerical, and library duties in a school library, and providing general information and assistance to students and staff.
The Part-time Associate Faculty - Pharmacology Instructor is responsible for the didactic instruction of pharmacology to pre-nursing students as it relates to nurses. The positions requires teaching entry-level pharmacology to pre-nursing students three hours per week. The instruction may be provided through different modalities, such as a face-to- face class, or hybrid class, which combines face-to-face with online learning. Associate Faculty provides an invaluable service to the College and our students by providing experience of their profession in our classrooms, laboratories, and studios.
Associate Faculty provides an invaluable service to the College and our students by providing experience of their profession in our classrooms, laboratories, and studios. Instruction is provided via a variety of media, including face-to-face courses, blended learning, and online throughout Cochise County and our entire services area. Student Success associate faculty are currently needed to teach the CPD 150 Academic Excellence Seminar. Passion for helping people achieve personal growth and reach their academic, career and personal potential are absolutely required.
Associate Faculty will provide instruction for Painting for Personal Growth. This position provides an invaluable service to the College and our students by providing experience of their profession in our classrooms.
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