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Assistant Events Coordinator (Administrative Specialist II) #1735 (Readvertising – Previous Applicants Need Not Reapply) – This position requires an associate degree; or a high school diploma and two (2) years of related work experience. Excellent customer service, interpersonal and organizational skills are essential. Knowledge of the Delphi operating system is preferred. The successful candidate must be knowledgeable of general office practices, procedures and filing systems; display self-direction, leadership, cooperation, attention to detail and initiative; and be able to work effectively with administrative support staff, management and internal and external customers and vendors. Prior events experience is a must. This position must be able to lift up to twenty (20) pounds. The Assistant Events Coordinator works within the Culinary Institute of Charleston in a variety of responsibilities. This position is responsible for working with varied customers and vendors; assisting the Events Coordinator with taking reservations and coordinating all events and Conference Service operations; and arranging details of events with set up staff and food service contractors.  Must be able to work flexible hours, weekends, or holidays as needed to meet departmental needs. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC pay band 3 with a salary range of $22,182 – $41,046. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, Friday April 28, 2017. (AA50/0004/019015, opened 2/26/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Custodial Supervisor (Buildings/Grounds Supervisor I) Readvertising-Previous Applicants Need Not Apply) #1743  – This position requires an associate degree and  one (1) year of related work experience; or a high school diploma and three (3) years of related  work experience, to include one (1)  year in a supervisory capacity. Valid South Carolina driver’s license required.  Ideal candidate will have excellent knowledge and experience in all cleaning techniques, methods, processes and materials; hard surface and carpeted floor care; proper safety practices and the ability to use and provide instruction on the use of all equipment needed to clean large commercial/institutional facilities properly. Good customer service skills and the ability to communicate with internal and external customers are essential. Responsibilities include organizing and supervising custodial staff, ordering required cleaning supplies, products and equipment; generating required paper work and supervising and performing all aspects of cleaning job duties. May be required to varying schedules to include nights and weekends.   Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 4 $26,988 - $49,932. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, Friday April 28, 2017. (KA20/0001/115366, opened 3/12/17)  www.jobs.sc.gov

Fiscal Technician II #1756 (Revised)  –This position requires an associate degree with accounting related courses and two (2) years of accounting or bookkeeping experience; or high school diploma and four (4) years of accounting or bookkeeping experience. Work experience with processing bank transactions, integrated computer systems, and bank teller or head cashier experience is preferred.  Ideal candidate will have working knowledge of principles and practices of accounting, auditing and bookkeeping.  The ability to interpret and apply financial procedures and regulations analyze financial records and maintain accurate financial data. Excellent customer service skills and the ability to communicate with internal and external customers and maintain effective working relationships with associates are essential. This position is responsible for performing general accounting duties, including posting, updating, reconciling, auditing and processing reports on all revenue for the College. This position also reconciles miscellaneous scholarships received and posted through financial aid, records all NSF checks and prepares student notifications. Responsibilities also include analyzing bank transactions and student account detail, processing and recording daily ACH transactions, processing deposits, maintaining security of college assets, and training cashiers.  The position also imports revenue data from external systems. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC pay band 4 with a salary range of $26,988 – $49,932. Application deadline for this position is 4:00 PM, Friday, May 5, 2017. (AD03/0005/019048, opened 4/23/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Grades and Registration Coordinator (Student Services Program Coordinator I) #1752 – This position requires a bachelor’s degree. Candidates fluent in conversational Spanish with two (2) years of full-time student services or student affairs experience in a higher education setting are highly preferred. Candidates must be able to work in a fast-paced environment while using critical thinking skills to analyze written/oral communication to make critical decisions that will affect a student’s academic and/or financial aid record.  Microsoft Word and Excel experience and exceptional customer service skills are essential. Ideal candidates will possess the ability to multi-task, work in a team environment, and work with a wide variety of people at and various professional levels including administrators, faculty, staff, students and parents. This position reports to the Associate Registrar and is responsible for handling class roster data, grades, registration and tuition changes; overseeing semester/term registration, drop/add and class withdrawal processes; working closely with the Division of School and Community Initiatives to oversee the registration and grading process for dually enrolled high school students taking courses at TTC and running and reviewing a variety of registration and grading related reports. Usual working hours are Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm with periodic evening or weekend hours necessary throughout the year. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 4 with a salary range of $26,988– $49,932.  Application deadline is 4:00 PM on Friday, April 28, 2017. (CB65/0010/019046, opened 4/23/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Information Systems/Business Analyst II #1744 – This position requires a high school diploma and five (5) years experience in computer system development and modification or a bachelor’s degree in a related area and one (1) year experience in computer system development and modification. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in support of an ERP system at an institution of higher education. Excellent customer service skills are also required. Previous experience in Envision, SQL in an Oracle environment and UNIX, is highly preferred.  Previous experience with Ellucian Colleague and an understanding of education support business processes such as financial aid, enrollment management, finance and governmental reporting is preferred.   The ability to effectively and independently communicate with users, both verbally and in clear concise technical reports is critical for this position.  Must be able to perform when working under deadlines.  Experience working in a cross-functional team environment is preferred.  Responsibilities include managing projects; gathering requirements; and documenting, programming, testing and debugging applications.  Normal work hours are Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm but this position must be willing to work flexible hours including nights and weekends (infrequently).  Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 6 with a salary range of $39,960 - $73,935. This position is open until filled with preference given to qualified applicants who apply before April 7, 2017.   (AM03/0012/139237, opened 3/12/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Law Enforcement Officer I #1746 – This position requires a high school diploma and two (2) years work experience in law enforcement.  Prefer graduate of the SC Criminal Justice Academy with one (1) year of experience in campus law enforcement but will consider other reasonable combinations of education and experience to include high school diploma and some general work experience.  Applicable higher education coursework may be considered in lieu of work experience.  Experience in law enforcement, military police or as a corrections officer is preferred. Candidate must have a valid South Carolina driver’s license, be 21 years of age and possess the ability to meet the requirements of LE-1 Certification with the SC Criminal Justice Academy within one (1) year of employment.  Candidate with a working knowledge of state, county and municipal laws are preferred.  Ideal candidates must have working knowledge of modern police methods and procedures and the ability to prepare reports and testify in court. Must be able to work with a diverse population while providing excellent customer service. This position requires a responsible for performing patrol officer duties to enforce state, county and municipal criminal laws as well as traffic laws and college regulations for the protection of people at all campus locations. Prior to employment, candidates will undergo an extensive background check, Physical Ability Test (PAT) and polygraph test.  Candidate must pass a pre-employment drug test and physical upon offer of employment. Applicant with military experience must submit a copy of the DD214 with the application.  Salary is commensurate with education and experience using based on a SC pay band 4 with a salary range of $26,988- $49,932. (JC10/0013/140839, opened 3/10/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Law Enforcement Officer II #1745 (Readvertising – Previous Applicants Need Not Reapply) –This position requires an associate degree and two (2) years work experience in law enforcement to include one (1) year in a supervisory capacity; or high school diploma and four (4) years work experience in law enforcement to include one (1) year in a supervisory capacity.  A bachelor's degree in criminal justice, homeland security, or emergency management and NCIC certification is preferred. Valid SC driver's license is required. Prefer graduate of SC Criminal Justice Academy and current certification as a police officer with the State of SC. Excellent customer service and strong administrative skills are critical. Strong leadership ability, computer literacy and experience and proficiency in automated records management systems are essential. Agency administration, investigator, and/or command experience preferred. The primary responsibilities for this position are planning, coordinating and managing the College's emergency management activities to ensure compliance with all state and federal regulations; enforcing laws, rules, and regulations; and securing the campus community, their property and college property/equipment at each campus location and as assigned. This position coordinates the initial development and attainment of National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) and ensures compliance and on-going maintenance. The position is also the agency's primary investigator, evidence custodian and CJIS/NCIC Terminal Agency Coordinator. This position is subject to working rotational shifts (24/7) at different TTC campuses. Serves as a “duty” or “on-call supervisor” as assigned. Applicants with military experience must submit a copy of their DD214 with the application. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, May 5, 2017.  This position is open until filled. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC pay band 5 with a salary range of $32,838 - $60,760. (JC20/0006/019107, opened 3/12/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Master Patrol Officer (Law Enforcement Officer I) #1660 and #1667 (Readvertising – Previous Applicants Need Not Reapply) – These positions require a high school diploma with two (2) years law enforcement experience.  Must be at least 21 years of age and a proficient motor vehicle operator and possess a valid SC driver's license.  Previous experience in college law enforcement is preferred.  Performs patrol officer duties to enforce state, county and municipal criminal and traffic laws and college regulations established for the protection and security of persons, property, and equipment.  Periodically supervises and briefs assigned personnel effectively, to ensure critical information is disseminated.  Assists with training new officers in accordance with departmental and institutional missions and goals. Subject to working on rotating shifts/campuses on a 24/7 basis.  Prior to employment, candidates will undergo an extensive background check, Physical Ability Test (PAT) and polygraph test.  Candidates must pass a pre-employment drug test and physical upon offer of employment.  Applicants with military experience must submit a copy of the DD214 with the application.  Salary is commensurate with education and experience using a salary range of $26,988- $49,932. (JC10/0019/143811, opened 6/26/2016 and JC10/0007/130430, opened 7/7/16) www.jobs.sc.gov

Navigator (Student Services Program Coordinator II) #1753, #1754, and #1755 – These positions require a master’s degree; or a bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of experience in student services programs. Experience working with First Year students in higher education is preferred. Candidates with Ellucian, student onboarding and higher education experience is strongly preferred.  Excellent customer service skills and the ability to communicate orally and in writing and strong computer skills are essential. Successful candidates must have the ability to interpret and apply onboarding and advising procedures; work independently with minimal supervision; exercise professionalism, tact and discretion; multi-task in high stress situations; and pay close attention to detail while maintaining a high case load.  These positions report to the Student Hub Director and will be responsible for new student outreach, onboarding, advising and early intervention in multiple disciplines. The Navigators will provide organizational information and services to students in a single area or multiple student services areas that include admissions, registration, orientation, financial aid, academic advising, counseling and career services.  Responsibilities also include navigating students through the onboarding process, coordinating academic support, using technology to monitor programs and performance progress as appropriate, completing required documentation, addressing concerns in a timely and effective manner. This position is funded through the Title III grant with a salary range of $32,838 - $36,000. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, Friday, May 5, 2017. (CB70/0027/118369, CB70/0001/019261 and CB70/0004/137920, opened 4/23/17) www.jobs.gov

4/26/2017 

Temporary and Part-Time Staff

Aircraft Assembly Lab Technician – To qualify for this part-time contract  position, you must have at least four (4) years of practical experience in the field of aircraft assembly, manufacturing, or maintenance. Position requires some knowledge and experience of aircraft assembly subjects such as sheet metal and composite technology, aircraft electricity and wiring, and aircraft plumbing. Excellent customer service skills are required. Salary is commensurate with education and experience.  Working hours are 20 – 25 hours per week Monday – Friday between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM. This position is open until filled. www.jobs.gov

Manufacturing Multi-Skilled Assessor (Aeronautical)This part-time position requires four (4) years of relevant program experience in aircraft manufacturing, assembly, or maintenance.  Military aviation experience is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and directly related work experience may be considered. Ideal candidate will display demonstrated success performing multiple tasks; possess exceptional oral, technical writing and interpersonal skills; and have the ability to provide top-notch customer service while maintaining professional relationships within a high-op tempo environment; and navigate through process standards data interface systems. MSA’s must have the ability to act with initiative and discretion while providing constructive input to supervision and management. Hands-on experience performing assessments for bond and ground, electrical, systems, sealants, and structure courses is essential. The ability to maintain all required certifications for the designated manufacturing company is a must. Individuals are required to stand within a manufacturing environment while accurately evaluating and documenting skill assessments, maintaining strict adherence to safety, information and materials controls.  Individuals must adhere to the company’s training and recertification lab compliance regulations. Individuals must be able to work a flexible schedule, to include various work shifts.  Salary is commensurate with education and experience. This position is open until filled. www.jobs.gov

Student Services Phone Operator (Revised) – To qualify for this part-time position, you must have at least a high school diploma or GED, with a minimum of two (2) years of experience as a customer service representative.  Previous customer service experience in student services or a call center and 24 earned college credits is preferred. The ability to speak conversational Spanish is a plus.  Qualified applicants must have excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills. The successful candidate must have the ability to maintain a high level of customer service in a fast paced and sometimes high stress environment and work effectively with a diverse population.  Work hours are 37.5 hours per week.  Pay is $10 per hour.  This position is open until filled. www.jobs.gov

 

4/21/2017