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Advanced Standing Coordinator (Student Services Program Coordinator II) #1852 – This position requires a master’s degree; or a bachelor’s degree and two (2) years experience in student services programs. A master’s degree is strongly preferred.  Experience with Ellucian Colleague, document imaging, post-secondary teaching and transfer credits along with familiarity with advanced standing and academic transcripts is also preferred. Ideal candidate must possess excellent oral and written communication skills; superior technical skills in microcomputer and database applications; excellent data entry skills; the ability to work with diverse groups with diplomacy; and the ability to provide excellent customer service in stressful situations.   This position is responsible for managing the entire advanced placement process;  evaluating documents for college credit, and making final determination of credit awarded, coordinating credit determination with academic departments and transcripting with the Assistant Registrar, generating guidelines and operating procedures for advanced standing functions,  assisting in preparation of annual reports of statistical data on articulation agreements for distribution to the College and to public schools, and using daily/weekly reports to monitor and adjust production volume and quality. Within general parameters established by Assistant Registrar., this position is also responsible for monitoring work quality and quantity of any temporary and/or Work Study employees assigned to this functional area and all other duties as assigned by the Registrar or Assistant Registrar. Established excellence in customer service and written and oral communication skills are critical Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 5 with a salary range of $32,838 - $60,760. Application deadline 4:00 PM, Friday March 23, 2018. (CB70/0018/104816, opened 3/11/18)

Apprenticeship Consultant (Program Coordinator I) - No longer accepting applications.

Landscape Maintenance (Trades Specialist III) #1849 (Deadline Exteneded) – This position requires a high school diploma and two (2) years of directly related work experience or a 10th grade education and four (4) years of directly related work experience.  A valid SC Driver’s License is also required.  A current SC commercial pesticide license is preferred.  Excellent customer service skills are essential.  Candidate must have the ability to perform all aspects of landscape and irrigation maintenance and installation and operate all large and small equipment used in landscape maintenance.  Responsibilities include, but a mowing; edging; weed eating; pruning trees and shrubs; performing weed and pest control and irrigation system maintenance. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC band 3 with a salary range of $22,182 –$41,046 Application deadline is 4:00 PM, Friday March 16, 2018. (KC30/0004/105171, opened 2/25/18) Apply

Law Enforcement Officer I #1786 and #1787  These positions 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. These positions are open until filled. (JC10/00014/140807, opened 7/23/17 and JC10/0006/140840, opened 7/23/17)Apply

Navigator (Student Services Program Coordinator II) #1857 – This position requires a master's degree; OR a bachelor's degree and two (2) years 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. The Navigator position is located at Main Campus and assigned a caseload of students and work independently with limited supervision. Primary responsibilities include: assisting students through the admission and enrollment process, coordinating academic support, using technology to monitor program and performance progress as appropriate, referring students to appropriate support services, reviewing and accepting documents, receiving and addressing early alert notifications, providing registration assistance and organizational information to students.  These duties are conducted in one-on-one, group, or virtual sessions. . Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 5 with a salary range of $32,838 - $60,760. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, March 30, 2018. (CB70/0011/083368, opened 3/18/18)

Program Manager (Training and Development Director I) #1858 – This position requires a bachelor's degree and three (3) years related training development or program management experience.  Training and development experience with industrial or manufacturing training is highly preferred. Ideal candidate will have demonstrated success in program and course management and possess excellent organizational skills.  Must possess excellent speaking, writing and interpersonal skills, and the ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion.  Experience with researching customers, market segments, and business trends; and proposing program direction is a plus. The Program Manager is responsible for the effective management of contractual programs within the Division of Continuing Education and Economic Development's Business Sales Department and reports to the Assistant Director of Programming. The primary responsibilities include managing assigned contractual programs and developing new training products specifically in manufacturing, industrial, and construction trades;  generating revenue, collecting market data, creating needs assessments, program budgeting, and recruiting instructors.  Duties include managing the day-to-day functions of assigned customer/market segments within the Sales Department. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 5 with a salary range of $32,838 - $60,760. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, March 30, 2018. (AG40/0005/071235, opened 3/18/18)

Simulation Laboratory Technologist (Laboratory Technologist III) #1837  – No longer accepting applications.


Vice President for Information Technology #1854

Reports to: The College President

Minimum Training and Experience Requirements: The College seeks candidates with a minimum of a master’s degree in a related field PLUS at least seven (7) years of progressively responsible work experience.  Qualifications to teach college classes in Information Technology as determined by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges are preferred.

Additional Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Experience with a team approach to management and problem solving.
  • Experience as a leader and implementer of organizational change and growth.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate and function successfully as a member of the President’s Cabinet.
  • Ability to develop and administer budgets within institutional parameters and guidelines.
  • Commitment to excellence in providing educational and technical services to customers.
  • Ability to manage through sound and accurate communication of institutional policies, procedures, practices, and executive decisions and philosophy of the President and the Area Commission.
  • Ability to set a vision and build consensus to reach the goals that make the vision a reality.
  • Ability to manage multiple activities and re-calibrate priorities to meet the changing demands of the College, including resources, competition and market.
  • Knowledge of information technology applications and services and network systems.
  • Skill in strategic planning and project management.
  • Self-confidence to take the appropriate risks to advance the College and the division.

Responsibilities: The Vice President for Information Technology reports to the President of the College and leads a unit of five (5) direct reports and a division of 46.  The Vice President will:

  • Provide vision, leadership and direction to the College’s Information Technology division.
  • Provide planning, supervision, oversight, communication and evaluation to ensure the effectiveness, excellence and productivity of the departments and administrative functions which comprise the division.
  • Develop and manage budgets which adequately address College software and equipment needs associated with the enterprise system and which meet the administrative needs of the division in supporting a secure, productive and effective technology infrastructure.
  • Develop strategic plans for Information Technology and provide technology oversight of the college’s technology systems and infrastructures. Recommend equipment and other operational resources to ensure the division’s continuous effectiveness and efficiency in meeting the ever-changing needs of the College.
  • Represent the College and the division to internal and external constituencies.

Work Schedule: Flexible hours including evenings and weekends when necessary. Travel required as necessary.

Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, April 6, 2018.(UC04/0007/104479, opened 3/18/18)


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