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The Adult Education Bridge Instructor is responsible for providing quality High School Equivalency and post-secondary preparation classes to students enrolled in the Adult Education Program and guide them through the transition to post-secondary education and for performing instruction-related duties including curriculum development, advising, student attendance, assessment, persistence activities, and follow-up in accordance with the mission of the department.
The Adult Education Instructor is responsible for providing quality English Language Acquisition (ELAA), High School Equivalency, basic computer, and/or other classes to students enrolled in the Adult Education Program. Performing instruction-related duties including student attendance, assessment, persistence activities, and follow-up in accordance with the mission of the department.
The Part-time Office Assistant III for Career and Technical Education Program Services (CTEPS) is responsible for providing support to the Academic Career Advisor for CTEPS and students, including serving as a receptionist and providing excellent customer service in a professional manner; supports project management initiatives through the creation of databases, performing data entry, processing mail, and maintaining department records.
The Division Assistant for Institutional Effectiveness provides administrative support to the Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and division staff, requiring the application of specialized technical/administrative knowledge and the exercise of initiative, independent judgment and decision making.
The Accounting Technician II is responsible for performing a variety of technical accounting services for students and staff, maintaining detailed account records and file system, and for verifying the accuracy of student charges and eligibility
The Department Assistant for Counseling and Advising is responsible for providing administrative support to the Director of Counseling and Advising and department staff and for serving as receptionist to the department, providing excellent customer service in a helpful and cheerful manner.
The Part-time Switchboard Operator is responsible for switchboard operation and oversight of the copy room operations on the Sierra Vista Campus. Performing exceptional customer services to students, employees and the public.
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.
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 Cochise County and our entire services area.
The IT User Support Technician I is responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing computer hardware and software related problems, as well as installing new hardware and software, peripheral equipment, operating systems, network and phone cabling.
The Instructional Designer is responsible for designing, planning, developing, and delivery of distance learning courses and for assisting instructors in developing pedagogically sound activities and assessment strategies for online and blended courses.
This position is open until filled with priority to applications received by July 11.
The Clinical Coordinator for Respiratory Therapy is responsible for the organization, administration, review, development and planning, and general effectiveness of the clinical component of the Respiratory Therapy program and for assisting with the coordination of academic, didactic, laboratory and clinical education within the program.
This position is open until filled with applications reviewed as received.
The Instructor of Psychology is responsible for the instruction of Psychology and related courses for majors and non-majors primarily at the Santa Cruz Center. Full time faculty members are professional educators with the primary responsibility of providing a quality instruction for students and performing instructional duties and responsibilities in accordance with the philosophy, mission, policies and procedures of the college.
The Office Assistant I SDC/Accounting Technician II is responsible for providing support to department staff and students on the Douglas Campus, including serving as a receptionist and providing excellent customer service in a helpful and cheerful manner as well as preparing reports, performing cashier duties, data entry, processing mail, project management initiatives and maintaining department records.
This position closes June 29, 2016 at 4:30pm.
The Systems Analyst is responsible for designing and writing program specifications based on consultations with supervisors, other programmers, and end users in an Oracle environment and for working with Ellucian Banner ERP and a variety of third party systems in support of student learning and student success.
This position is open until filled.
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.
The Testing Specialist is responsible for assisting in the planning, development and coordination of testing procedures, processes and schedules, and for collaborating with faculty and staff to ensure testing services are available to students and the community.
This position closes June 24, 2016 at 4:30 pm.
The Department Assistant Fort Huachuca Center is responsible for providing administrative support to the Director of Fort Huachuca Center and department faculty and staff, and for serving as receptionist and providing excellent customer service in a helpful and cheerful manner.
The Institutional Research Analyst is responsible for gathering data, preparing reports, analyzing data and statistics, and related functions and for using web-based reporting systems to improve data access and analysis for college leadership, academic support units, state and federal agencies, and other stakeholders; maintains a calendar of regular data reports, responds to ad hoc requests for data and information, and creates standard reports from a variety of sources utilizing Microsoft Access and Excel.
This position is open until filled.
Under the general supervision of the Science Lab Manager, the Student – Science Lab Plant/Animal Caretaker is responsible for providing support to the Science Department by performing a variety of tasks related to the support of chemistry, biology, geology and physics lab classes. The Science Lab Aide assist the Science Lab Manager by maintaining lab animals, plants, and general upkeep of the lab.
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.
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