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 Business Development Representative (Administrative Coordinator I) #18131 (Revised) – The Business Development Representative will conduct business to business sales calls and identify needs and solutions for businesses within the area. This position is the first point of contact and is responsible for securing, developing and maintaining sales opportunities for the Division of Continuing Education and Development of Trident Technical College via cold-calling, marketing campaigns, and networking with local businesses.  Ideal candidate will have working knowledge in business to business sales, including managing contract sales volumes of greater than $100,000.  Candidate will also identify business solutions for leading companies by developing and maintaining community partner relationships and researching current market trends and decision-makers for industries and organizations.  Further, the candidate will be required to submit activity and results reports, daily call reports, weekly work plans and monthly and annual territory analyses. Candidate must be a motivated, self-starter that can consistently identify new leads, coordinate training solutions, and develop and maintain positive customer relationships.  The minimum requirements are a bachelor's degree in a related field and two (2) years of 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 administration or administrative services.  Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 5 with a salary range of $32,838 - $60,760. This position is open until filled.  (AH10/0010/147894, opened 9/23/18)

Capital Project Engineer (Engineer/Associate Engineer III) #1845 (Readvertising –Previous Applicants Need Not Apply) – This position requires a bachelor’s degree in engineering or engineering technology and two (2) years journey-level engineering work experience. A reasonable combination of education and experience will be considered such as a master’s degree in engineering and entry level engineering work experience. Registration as a Professional Engineer, Architect or Certified Building Official is preferred.  At least four (4) years of supervisory experience is also preferred. Knowledge of engineering theory, principles and practices applicable to facilities design, engineering, maintenance, repair and construction; current technology applicable to facilities design, engineering, construction, maintenance and repair, state and federal laws and regulations, including building codes, life safety codes, environmental regulations, and safety laws of construction project management is essential.  The ability to perform complex mathematical and engineering computations; use a variety of personal computer based software, including AutoCAD and communicate effectively. This position will manage complex construction projects, coordinate activities with college staff, design professionals, and contractors manage project funds and review project related technical documents. This position will also manage and provide technical review of project technical documents; change orders and progress payments; oversee planning and design work of architects, engineers, and other design professionals; and perform the planning and designing of a variety of complex engineering, construction and facilities engineering projects to be accomplished by both contractors and in-house maintenance staff. In addition, this position develops conceptual drawings for project requests and provides studies and recommendations for space allocations, site selection, and material specifications; prepares finished specifications and construction drawings, prepares and maintains master plans to include buildings landscape and utilities, and maintains record drawings and project files for all college facilities. Typical work schedule is M-F, 8-5, will rotate weekend on-call with facilities staff and must be available as essential personnel to assist before, during and after severe weather and other emergencies to include after hours and weekends. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC band 7, with a salary range of $48,622-$89,956. This position is open until filled. (HD70/0002/084231, opened 02/18/18)

Carpenter (Trades Specialist V) #1890 (Readvertising Previous Applicants Need Not Apply) – This position requires an associate degree and four (4) years directly related to include one (1) year in a supervisory capacity; or high school and six (6) years directly related experience to include one (1) year in a supervisory capacity. Completion of a technical, trade, or military schooling, or an apprenticeship program in the carpentry field is a plus. Under general supervision, performs master craftsman level rough, finish and trim carpentry work in the construction, maintenance, and renovation of college facilities.  Perform skilled duties in general building maintenance, renovation, repair, and construction on routine and emergency basis campus wide.  Will perform electrical, plumbing, carpentry, masonry, painting, and general maintenance activities.  Duties are performed in accordance with applicable codes, laws, accepted trade practices, and safety procedures. 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. (KC50/0008/020040, opened 6/17/18)

Director of Infrastructure Services (IT Manager II) #1903 (Deadline Extended) – This position requires a bachelor's degree in information technology systems, computer science, or a related field and experience in information technology systems or related area. Relevant experience may be substituted for bachelor's degree on a year-for-year basis. Extensive experience in designing and implementing enterprise level systems architecture. Demonstrated extensive knowledge/skills of the IT industry including multi-tiered architectures, enterprise applications, evaluation of emerging technologies, networks, data management systems, and data center software and hardware systems. Extensive knowledge and understanding of cyber security principles. Excellent written and verbal communication skills to diverse audiences. This position may require overnight travel, working evenings and/or weekends, and reporting to work during emergency or hazardous weather situations. Incumbent may be required to work outside of normal business hours, including holidays. Must possess a valid driver's license. Oversees the structured life-cycle management and maintenance of the College’s data, voice and wireless networks, data center server technology, storage (SANs) and security systems (video, access control, firewalls) and related data center applications. Application deadline is 4:00 PM, Friday October 19, 2018. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC pay band 8 with a salary range of $59,161 – $109,457. (AM56/0002/019300, opened 10/07/2018)

Energy Engineer (Engineer/Associate Engineer II) #18121 – This position requires a bachelor's degree in engineering or engineering technology and one (1) year entry - level engineering work experience. Candidate must have knowledge of engineering theory, principles and practices applicable to the maintenance, repair and construction of facilities as related to HVAC, and utilities and energy management systems.  Ideal candidate must have the ability to communicate effectively, in both oral and written formats, with staff, contractors and professionals at all levels. Responsibilities include: conducting data gathering studies; preparing budgets and reports for areas of responsibility; overseeing daily operations of HVAC and energy management systems contractors; scheduling and updating operation of HVAC systems utilizing computer programs; and monitoring and reporting on utility consumption on multiple campuses. Candidate must be available as needed with weekend "on call" on a rotating basis and must be available as essential personnel to assist before, during, and after severe weather and other emergencies to include after hours and weekends. Typical work schedule is M-F, 8-5, will rotate weekend on-call with facilities staff and must be available as essential personnel to assist before, during and after severe weather and other emergencies to include after hours and weekends. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC band 6, with a salary range of $39,960-$73,935. This position is open until filled. (HD65/0001/109072, opened 08/12/18)

Evening General Cleaner (Building and Grounds Specialist II) 18134/18135/18136/18137 – These positions require a high school diploma and two (2) years of related work experience; or 10th grade education and three (3) years of related work experience.  A valid SC driver’s license is also required. These positions will maintain a high standard of cleanliness for assigned buildings and areas, perform deep cleaning as required and perform general janitorial services, including, but not limited to, cleaning offices, classrooms, restrooms, elevators, water fountains and labs, café’s and their furnishings. Work hours are Monday through Friday 6:00 pm – 2:30 am. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 2 $18,229 - $33,728. These positions are open until filled.   (KA10/0012/139232 and opened 5/20/18, KA10/0015/19369, KA10/0006/93534, KA10/0150/139448, and KA10/0010/19095, opened 9/25/18)

Film and Media Arts Lab Technician (Laboratory Specialist II) #1905 – This position requires an associate's degree and three (3) years of work journey-level technical work experience in a related laboratory setting; or a high school diploma and five (5) years of work journey-level technical work experience in a related laboratory setting. Minimum three (3) years experience in the operation of film, video, sound and lighting equipment preferred. Candidate must be able to electronically inventory equipment; track purchase requisitions including all budget/shipping/receiving documents; learn new skills and work well with people; and function in an environment characterized by continual changes, policies and laws in the field of education. Must posses the ability to lift moderately heavy (50 pounds) items and climb ladders. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills are essential. The position will serve as the lead technician for all troubleshooting and repair of specialized film, video, sound and lighting equipment for division programs. Will coordinate the check-out/check-in of film, video, sound, lighting, and computer equipment. This includes equipment testing before and after the check-in/check-out process and providing just-in-time training for students on equipment operation. A valid SC Driver’s License is required. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC pay band 4 with a salary range of $26,988 - $49,932. This position is open until filled with preference given to applicants that apply by October 19, 2018. (ED25/0001/019047, opened 10/14/18)

Financial Aid Specialist #1876 (Readvertising-Previous Applicants Need Not Reapply) – This position requires a bachelor's degree; or, an associate degree plus two (2) years relevant experience; or, a high school diploma plus four (4) years relevant experience. Ideal candidate must have excellent customer service skills. Knowledge of financial aid and VA educational benefit regulations, procedures and eligibility requirements; knowledge and skill in the use of computer software and integrated student system databases; the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to work effectively in diverse and fast-paced environment. Conversational Spanish is a plus. Student Services experience is preferred. Knowledge of and experience with federal guidelines and regulations for state and federal financial assistance are essential. Datatel/Colleague experience preferred. This position works closely with Lead Award Servicing Officer. Normal work hours are from 8am to 6pm Mon-Fri. Must able able to do occasional overnight travel for trainings. Successful candidate will provide excellent face-to-face front counter customer service, receive and review financial aid documents to determine completeness and to verify if additional materials are required; respond to inquiries about financial aid; research and resolves issues related to transactions handled by the department. Provide information and advice about available financial aid, eligibility requirements and the application process to students, parents and community-at-large. Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Assist with on campus workshops and presentations when scheduled. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 4 with a salary range of $26,988 – $49,932. This position open until filled. (AD80/0002/148223, opened 4/29/18)

Floor Tech (Trades Specialist III) #18128 – 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.  Must possess a valid SC drivers’ license.  Under limited supervision, this position is responsible for assisting in preventative maintenance activities for TTC’s flooring.  Duties include, but are not limited to, identifying and appropriately caring for varying floor types; operating various floor care equipment, including auto scrubbers, side to side, buffers, various sizes and types of vacuum cleaners, orbital floor machines, extractors and encapsulation equipment; and safely mixing and disposing of various floor care products and solutions in accordance with appropriate regulations and standards.  This position may also drive golf carts, or other vehicles and perform routine operational maintenance of equipment in accordance with manufacturer specifications.  Successful candidates must have the ability to follow written instructions, to include Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), policies and procedures; withstand cleaning agents; stoop, lift heavy items and move furniture as necessary, all of which is required in the floor maintenance process; and use vacuums, buffing machines, floor sweepers, mops, brooms, wet and dry carpet extractors, hand tools, carts and dollies.  Work hours are Monday through Friday 6:00 pm – 2:30 am. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 3 $23,182 - $41,046. This position is open until filled.  KC30/0012/139232, opened 8/26/18)

Graduation Coordinator (Student Services Program Coordinator I) #1902 – No longer accepting applications.

Landscape Maintenance (Trades Specialist III) #1849 (Readvertising Previous Applicants Need Not Apply) – 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 SC pay band 3 $23,182 - $41,046. This position is open until filled. (KC30/0004/105171, opened 2/25/18)

Law Enforcement Officer I #18105/#18120  This position requires a high school diploma and two (2) years work experience in law enforcement.  Prefer graduates 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. This position is open until filled. (JC10/0016/147438 and JC10/0002/094091, opened 7/02/2018)

Locksmith (Trades Specialist V) #1889 – This position is no longer accepting applications.

Marketing Specialist (Program Coordinator I) #1904 – This position is no longer accepting applications.

Painter (Trades Specialist V) #1892 (Readvertising Previous Applicants Need Not Apply) – This position requires an associate degree and four (4) years directly related to include one (1) year in a supervisory capacity; or high school and six (6) years directly related experience to include one (1) year in a supervisory capacity. The ability to perform all aspects in the preparation and application of painting materials. Working knowledge of materials, supplies, tools, and skills appropriate to the painting craft. Skilled in the preparation of wall and trim surfaces for final painting.   Must possess the ability to perform lifting of 50 lbs. Under general supervision, performs duties as skilled painter, including, but not limited to, preparing surfaces for painting, selecting the proper paint for specific surfaces and conditions, applying paint in the most efficient manner, and performing drywall and plaster installation and repairs. Performs skilled duties in general building maintenance, renovation, repair, and construction, on routine and emergency basis, campus wide.  Will perform electrical, plumbing, carpentry, masonry, painting, and general maintenance activities.  Duties are performed in accordance with applicable codes, laws, accepted trade practices, and safety procedures. 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. (KC50/0005/092711, opened 6/17/18)

Procurement Card and Systems Coordinator (Administrative Assistant) #18108 – This position is no longer accepting applications.

Systems Support Technician (IT Services Specialist III) #18133 – This position requires a high school diploma and three (3) years of experience in office automation systems, data communications system design, installation, operation, repair, sales or marketing, or processing of information in a data processing environment or related systems.  Successful candidate will have working knowledge supporting computers/peripherals in an enterprise system.  Hands-on experience providing support with various MS Operating Systems and Office Suite Applications is essential. This position works directly with faculty, staff, students and vendor systems engineers and must have proven ability to effectively maintain working relationships.  Strong interpersonal and communications skills is a must.   Candidate must have experience producing technical and non-technical reports for staff and vendors. Crestron programming, configuration and implementation is desired. The Systems Support Technician reports to the Help Desk Manager and primary responsibilities include providing technical support to a multi-campus IT inventory, including, but not limited to: computers and appropriate software (administrative and academic), local and network printers, audio-visual equipment, hardware/software configuration, support installation and troubleshooting, site planning; technology research/prototyping and managing system support service agreements. Normal work hours are Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. The position requires periodic overnight travel including nights and weekends. Pager standby duties and work rotating shifts are also required.  Must posses the ability to distinguish colors, lift moderately heavy (40 pounds) items and climb ladders. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on SC pay band 5 with a salary range of $32,838 – $60,760. This position is open until filled. (AM62/0001/147407, opened 9/23/18)

Welding Laboratory Specialist III #1901 – The Welding Laboratory Specialist III position will perform lab duties for the welding program including purchasing, installing, operating and maintaining laboratory equipment. Teach assigned courses as needed in the welding program using systematically planned and delivered instruction, maintain records of student academic progress and attendance, evaluate level of achievement and assign grades. Teaching assignments may include day, evening, weekends and off-site curriculum. Serve as lead technician for all troubleshooting and repair of complex/specialized eletro-mechanical equipment for the welding program. This may include working directly with vendor technical support when needed. Must have the ability to lift 100 pounds, carry 50 pounds, stoop, kneel, crawl and continuously walk and stand. The Welding Laboratory Specialist III position will perform lab duties for the welding program including purchasing, installing, operating and maintaining laboratory equipment. Teach assigned courses as needed in the welding program using systematically planned and delivered instruction, maintain records of student academic progress and attendance, evaluate level of achievement and assign grades. Teaching assignments may include day, evening, weekends and off-site curriculum. Serve as lead technician for all troubleshooting and repair of complex/specialized eletro-mechanical equipment for the welding program. This may include working directly with vendor technical support when needed. Must have the ability to lift 100 pounds, carry 50 pounds, stoop, kneel, crawl and continuously walk and stand. Salary is commensurate with education and experience based on a SC pay band 5 with a salary range of $32,838 – $60,760.  Application deadline is 4:00 PM, Friday October 19, 2018. (ED30/0002/139240, opened 10/14/18)

 10/17/18

Temporary and Part-Time Staff

Administrative Specialist – This part-time contract position requires an associate degree; or a high school diploma and two (2) years related work experience. Individual must be knowledgeable of general office practices, procedures and filing systems.  The successful candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills; be proficient in Microsoft Office systems and possess the ability to work independently, multi-task and pay close attention to detail; respect and uphold all rules set forth in regards to confidentiality. Excellent customer service skills are essential. Duties include, but are not limited to, receive and appropriately route incoming calls; greet and assist all visitors, ensuring they are properly directed/escorted, and performing other administrative duties as assigned. The successful candidate will be working in the Manufacturing & Maintenance Division. Work hours are 25 hours per week Monday – Friday between 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Hourly Rate is $10.00. This position is open until filled.

10/14/2018