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Administrative Assistant #1806 –  This position requires a bachelor’s degree and one (1) year related work experience, or an associate degree and three (3) years related work experience, or a high school diploma and five (5) years  related work experience. Previous experience in a TRiO program is a plus. Knowledge of the current version of Blumen is preferred.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Ellucian/Datatel; good organizational skills; and the ability to manage multiple priorities while exercising sound judgment and discretion is essential.  Must work well in a team environment with limited supervision and be able to work within grant and institutional policies and guidelines.  This position ensures office operations run smoothly; manages project expenses by monitoring the budget and analyzing expenditures to prevent overage; makes appropriate recommendations to the Project Director and performs other duties as assigned. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC band 4 with a salary range of $26,988 –$49,932. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, Friday October 27, 2017. (AA75/0026/130387, opened 10/22/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Administrative Specialist II #1807 – This position requires an associate degree; or a high school diploma and two (2) years related work experience. Fluency in Spanish is a plus. Experience using Colleague student information system is also a plus. The successful candidate must have knowledge of federal regulations (FERPA) as well as higher education policies and procedures and possess the ability to communicate effectively and work independently while utilizing sound judgment and applying quality customer service standards and procedures. Must understand the concepts and operation of computerized database and other utilized office programs.  Must possess excellent keyboarding and data entry skills. Under general supervision of the Assistant Director, this position serves primarily as the administrative specialist for the Admissions office; scans health science, nursing, and international documents for the Admissions team; performs duties utilizing the student database system and required office programs; and prepares all documents for scanning and processing for coordinators for each area. Normal work hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM with occasional irregular hours to meet application deadlines, event support, and/or other related responsibilities. Salary is commensurate with education and experience using based on a SC pay band 3 with a salary range of $22,182- $41,046.  Application deadline is 4:00 PM, October 27, 2017.  (AA50/0023/148230, opened 10/22/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Development Program Coordinator (Administrative Coordinator I) #1808 – This position requires a bachelor’s degree and two (2) years relevant experience in business management, public administration or administrative services; or an associate degree and  four (4) years of relevant experience in business management, public management, or administrative services. Applicant must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Access, Excel and PowerPoint). Must have excellent interpersonal, verbal, written and customer service skills and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and successfully.  A working knowledge of Ellucian is preferred.  Experience with Raiser’s Edge, Financial Edge and Crystal Reports is a plus. This position provides assistance in the management and execution of the Development Department’s programs to ensure effectiveness and efficiency. Job responsibilities include reviewing and evaluating program outcomes; analyzing processes and needs and making recommendations for modifications; updating policies and procedures as necessary; providing technical assistance to staff; ensuring scholarship gift agreements are up to date and fund balances are verified; generating invoices, processing routine program requests and completing all program reporting requirements as well as assisting with coordination and management of program events. The ideal candidate will be able to operate under limited supervision while working with donors, businesses and appropriate college staff and program committees.  Work hours are 40 hours per week, Monday – Friday and occasional nights and weekends. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC pay band 5 with a salary range of $32,838 – $60,760.  This position is open until filled with preference given to applicants who apply by 4:00 PM, October 27, 2017.  (AH10/0006/019203. 10/22/17). www.jobs.sc.gov

Law Enforcement Officer I #1787, and #1788  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 resonsible 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.  These positions are open until filled. Salary is commensurate with education and experience using based on a SC pay band 4 with a salary range of $26,988- $49,932. (JC10/00014/140840, opened 7/23/17 and JC10/0006/140071, opened 7/23/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

Virtualization Specialist (Information Systems/Business Analyst II) #1799 (Readvertising–Previous Applicants Need Not Reapply) – This position is responsible for supporting virtual infrastructures, datacenter networked storage technologies and Windows servers and server operating systems. 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. Candidate will possess hands-on knowledge with installing, configuring and maintaining virtual infrastructures, virtual hosts and virtual desktops. Hands-on experience with network attached storage technologies and Windows servers and server operating systems and Windows clustering is required.  The successful candidate will have experience with Microsoft SQL and with CISCO UCS infrastructure. Strong written and oral communication skills are essential. Qualified applicants must possess the ability to work independently or in a team setting, communicate in a clear and concise manner and assist with identifying and resolving problems. Must be able to lift 50lb/22.7kg. 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. (AM03/0013/147477, opened 8/11/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

 UBMS Academic Coordinators (Student Services Program Coordinator I)(Student Services Program Coordinator I) #1804 and #1805 (2 positions) (Berkeley Campus)(Pending State Classification)  –These positions require a bachelor’s degree.   Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in math, science, engineering, education, psychology or closely related field with one (1) year of related work experience managing programs serving socially, economically and educationally under-resourced populations and pre-college TRIO or college access programs  are highly preferred. These positions will manage and maintain all aspects of the Upward Bound Math Science (UBMS) grant programs.  Program knowledge of careers in science, math and engineering and SC TRIO programs, preferably the UBMS programs, is desirable.  Knowledge of FERPA regulations, federal grant regulations and institutional policies and procedures is a must. These positions will work under limited supervision and provide effective support to the UBMS program and coordinate all academic and recruiting aspects of the program. Excellent oral and written communication skills; and strong computer skills, to include proficiency in data entry are critical. Successful candidates will also have proven commitment to the advancement of socially, economically, and educationally under-resourced populations. These positions will assist the Director with the delivery and evaluation of project services; academic assessment and monitoring; and coordinating academic activities, including tutoring, and developing summer curriculum.  These positions will also organize the recruitment and hiring of instructional faculty; manage data related to student academic records; serve as liaison with school guidance counselors; and design and implement programs and services for college-bound and high school students.    The coordinators will communicate and coordinate services for the target schools; develop and implement educational workshops and seminars, parenting workshops, recruiting and managing instructor professional development that will include nine (9) Saturday sessions and a six (6) week Summer Academic Enrichment Component. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC pay band 4 with a salary range of $26,988 – $49,932. Applications deadline is 4:00 PM, Friday October 27, 2017.  (CB65/TBA/019272 and CB65/TBA/124754, opened 10/22/17) www.jobs.sc.gov

  10/20/17Temporary 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 essential. 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.sc.gov

Aircraft Maintenance Lab Technician- To qualify for this part-time contract position, you must have at least (3) years of practical experience in the field of aircraft maintenance and FAA airframe and powerplant certificates. Position requires some knowledge and experience of all aircraft maintenance subjects (general, airframe, powerplant), with experience in both flight line and shop level maintenance preferred. Excellent customer service skills are essential. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Working hours are 20-25 hours per week Monday-Friday. This position is open until filled. www.jobs.sc.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.sc.gov

9/2017