Administrative Specialist, Arts & Sciences (147450).

CLASS / SLOT:                   

AA50 / 0013.

DESCRIPTION:                  

Processes employment packages for new adjunct employees; orders transcripts for adjuncts; prepares employment contracts for adjunct faculty and dual employment; prepares monthly payroll certifications for adjunct faculty and work study students; maintains a current teaching roster for each semester for all full and part-time permanent and adjunct faculty. Works with the general public and students as a public relations liaison for the faculty and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; makes referrals to appropriate personnel, when necessary, by maintaining extensive knowledge of the functions of the College; enters course scheduling information in Banner. Composes, compiles, and keys a variety of documents such as tests, correspondence, memorandums, reports, charts, agendas, promotional materials, and minutes into final acceptable format; completes reprographic requests; makes independent decisions about completion and distribution of documents. Maintains and controls records management system (hardcopy and electronic) for course syllabi, book requests, department minutes, advisory committee rosters and minutes, accreditation reports, requisitions, correspondence, advisement appointment schedules, support requests, and task management system for the College of Arts and Sciences; sorts and distributes daily mail for the division.

QUALIFICATIONS:          

A high school diploma. Related clerical experience may be substituted for a high school diploma.

SALARY:                             

$26,385-$35,000.

POSTING DATE:               

April 9, 2024.

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                    

June 3, 2024.

Apply online at http://www.jobs.sc.gov or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                   

AA75 / 0005.

DESCRIPTION:                  

Manage the hiring process of all temporary employees, including processing all contracts in a timely manner, setting up all temporary employees into the HRIS system, maintaining temporary employees’ personnel files, sending out appropriate memos regarding scheduling and payout, and maintaining the temporary employee tracking file. Provides administrative support to all department of business affairs performing task including but not limited to insurance billings and claims, and web-based services for the entire college, Sorts and distributes daily mail for the division; makes phone calls; sends emails; takes minutes at meetings; processes incoming mail, purchase orders and invoices; monitors budgets; orders supplies. Assists the Vice President with the completion of State Capital budget documentation as well as reconciling actual expenses vs budget. Assists the Vice President and Division Directors with calendar management, travel reservations and documentation, special events, surveys and submits/tracks work orders. Assists with EPMS by setting up new hires in the performance management system and entering the goals of the new hires and those who have been reclassified. Assist with creating the planning documents and the reviews. Serves as the college’s back up to the Payroll Administrator.

QUALIFICATIONS:          

A high school diploma and work experience that is directly related to the area of employment. A bachelor’s degree may be substituted for the related work experience.

SALARY:                             

$32,000-$40,000.

POSTING DATE:               

April 2, 2024.

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                    

June 3, 2024.

Apply online at http://www.jobs.sc.gov or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                     

CB70 / TGP.

DESCRIPTION:                   

Interviews and assesses students’ educational, psychological, and financial needs. Develops Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) to assist participants in receiving needed academic assistance. Provides guidance to the participants in admissions, financial aid, and academic counseling. Counsels students on career options and college transfer opportunities. Serves as an academic advisor to participants to ensure students are achieving academic and career goals. Develops and conducts workshops that will provide participants’ opportunities to learn success-oriented skills. Develops annual college transfer orientation tours and cultural events for participants. Maintains a tracking system to monitor transfer and cultural opportunities to determine effectiveness of events. Provides reports to Director to ensure participants are following the required guidelines of program. Manages an individual student caseload. Conducts individual and group counseling sessions. Demonstrates and provides leadership capabilities to TRIO state organization (SC TRIO) or national organization Southeastern Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (SAEOPP). Maintains compliance with federal regulations governing the project and ensures that all applicants meet federal guidelines for program participation. Participates as a member of the Financial Aid Appeals Committee. Manages the TRIO student Ambassadors.

QUALIFICATIONS:             

A bachelor’s degree and experience in student services programs.

SALARY:                              

Commensurate with education and experience.

POSTING DATE:                  

March 20, 2024

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                      

May 1, 2024

Apply online at https://careers.sc.gov/ or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                     

UE04 / 0000.

DESCRIPTION:                   

Develops long-range and strategic plans that reflect the college’s mission, values and goals. Develops, implements, manages and evaluates programs to support instruction. Plans, implements, and delivers academic programs in the School of Professional Studies by developing an annual plan of action for each functional area, evaluates the goals and objectives of the plan, and identifies use of results in academic programs. Evaluates curriculum content, makes recommendations for changes and presents to College’s Curriculum Review Committee for consideration. Incorporates academic changes in all College publications. Maintains accreditation standards for all applicable programs. Ensures the selection of appropriate course materials. Serves as Co-Chair for the college’s Achieving the Dream (ATD) team. Provides vision and direction to the team to improve student success and equity; ensures implementation of project plan; and works with QEP, SEM and Data teams to connect project goals and coordinate data collection and reporting. Supervises and evaluates personnel through the College’s systematic FPMS and EPMS process. Makes recommendations for organizational efficiency. Communicates personnel vacancies and participate in the hiring process. Communicates any personnel issues to the appropriate supervisor. Provides leadership and guidance in the management of advisement issues for students by assigning student advisors and monitoring the number of advisees for faculty members. Participates in College, community, and professional development activities including Dean’s Director’s Council, AMT, and peer groups. Manages instructional management functions including classroom facilities. Monitors assessment of program outcomes. Manages outreach classes and distance education delivery. Manages the School of Professional Studies budget in an efficient manner through periodic review of expenditures, planning for budget needs.

QUALIFICATIONS:             

Master’s degree in a related discipline, plus six (6) years of progressively responsible related work experience

SALARY:                              

Commensurate with education and experience.

POSTING DATE:                  

March 20, 2024

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                      

May 1, 2024

Apply online at https://careers.sc.gov/ or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                   

UG70 / 0000.

DESCRIPTION:                  

Provide instruction in the Automotive Technology program to prepare students to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintain all types of automobiles. Includes instruction in electrical systems, automotive electricity, engine performance, air conditioning and heat, electronic climate control, and some knowledge of Hybrid systems. Must have excellent communication, customer service, organizational skills, and the ability to interact with students and the public. The schedule includes day classes offered face-to-face. Works thirty (30) – thirty hours per week. (Fall, Spring, and Summer).

QUALIFICATIONS:          

High School Diploma. ASE certifications and minimum 5 years of experience as an automotive technician is required.

SALARY:                             

Commensurate with education and experience.

POSTING DATE:               

March 11, 2024.

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                    

August 1, 2024.

Apply online at http://www.jobs.sc.gov or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                   

AG35 / TGP.

DESCRIPTION:                  

Provides faculty training through workshops, classes and one-on-one sessions. Designs lessons and workshop materials, including the selection and organization of content, methods and assessments to accomplish learning objectives. Promotes the use of technology in the classroom and develops and provides faculty training on educational software and teaching with technology. Works collaboratively with the Office of Distance Learning to train faculty with using D2L Brightspace. Works with faculty to increase student usage of tutoring and supplemental instruction and promotes the use of BrainFuse and other student support resources at the College. Organizes and trains Learning Assistants who are providing support for students. Coordinates a formal process for faculty development which includes both full-time and adjunct faculty. Facilities Communities of Practice and the faculty coaching program. Conducts research about training content and performs faculty and student needs assessments. Builds connections with faculty and department heads in order to serve the needs of faculty, students and programs. Collaborates with the Curriculum Coordinator to provide recommendations for curriculum design and supports efforts to revise curriculum. Designs and delivers faculty training on the implementation of the College’s Instructional Design Standards (IDS). Assists faculty with the implementation of the Instructional Design Standards. Works collaboratively with the Office of Distance Learning and the IDS Core Team to facilitate the IDS Faculty Certification Program and continuously improve the standards and processes.

QUALIFICATIONS:           

A bachelor’s degree and related instructional experience.

PREFERRED

QUALIFICATIONS:          

Master’s degree and higher education teaching experience. Experience with D2L Brightspace learning management system.

SALARY:                              

$48,000-$52,000.

POSTING DATE:                

February 19, 2024.

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                    

April 1, 2024.

Apply online at http://www.jobs.sc.gov or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                     

UG70 / 0000.

DESCRIPTION:                   

Demonstrates thorough knowledge of teaching areas subject matter and teaches courses during the day, evening, Saturday, on campus and off campus, dual-enrolled and online when requested. Maintains all required class/laboratory and exam meeting times for assigned courses. Evaluates students’ progress (tests, exams, projects, research assignments) in a timely and consistent manner. Prepares daily lectures/activities and supplemental course materials to enhance instruction. Examines new textbooks and software, Institutes new methods and ideas to improve courses utilizing course outcome data. Develops, revises, and improves course syllabi for all courses taught. Maintains accurate administrative records pertaining to classes. Performs all academic administrative and college related duties in a timely manner including grade reporting, class roster verification and course data collection. Posts and maintains required office hours to assist and advise students. Develops and implements a professional development plan consistent with the discipline taught and college’s annual employee requirements. Assists students with career/academic goal development.

QUALIFICATIONS:             

Master’s degree in the teaching discipline; or Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline.

SALARY:                              

Commensurate with education and experience

POSTING DATE:                  

February 12, 2024

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                      

May 16, 2024

Apply online at https://careers.sc.gov/ or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                   

UG70 / 0053.

DESCRIPTION:                  

Demonstrates thorough knowledge of teaching areas subject matter and teaches courses during the day, evening, Saturday, on campus and off campus, dual-enrolled and online when requested. Maintains all required class/laboratory and exam meeting times for assigned courses. Evaluates students’ progress (tests, exams, projects, research assignments) in a timely and consistent manner. Prepares daily lectures/activities and supplemental course materials to enhance instruction. Examines new textbooks and software, Institutes new methods and ideas to improve courses utilizing course outcome data. Develops, revises, and improves course syllabi for all courses taught. Maintains accurate administrative records pertaining to classes. Performs all academic administrative and college related duties in a timely manner including grade reporting, class roster verification and course data collection. Posts and maintains required office hours to assist and advise students. Develops and implements a professional development plan consistent with the discipline taught and college’s annual employee requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS:          

Master’s degree in the teaching discipline; or Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline.

SALARY:                             

Commensurate with education and experience.

POSTING DATE:               

January 30, 2024.

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                    

August 1, 2024.

Apply online at http://www.jobs.sc.gov or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                     

UE03 / 0000.

DESCRIPTION:                   

Demonstrates thorough knowledge of teaching area subject matter and teaches courses during day, evening, Saturday, on campus and off campus. Evaluates students’ progress and maintains accurate administrative records pertaining to classes. Prepares daily lectures and supplemental course materials to enhance instruction. Prepares and evaluates tests, exams, projects, research assignments, and other course assignments. Utilizes outcome data and student evaluations to improve courses. Develops new ideas and methods for instruction and prepares supplemental course materials to enhance instruction. Evaluates projects, research assignments and other course assignments to determine effectiveness. Examines new textbooks, including computer and instructional software, to improve instruction. Counsels students with academic, career, and personal needs and advises students for registration. Examines program/course content to achieve program and College goals. Performs college administrative duties, attends College meetings, and assists with recruiting efforts. Performs other duties which advance the mission of the College. Formulates and develops a professional development plan consistent with the College and program’s goals.

QUALIFICATIONS:             

Master’s degree in the teaching discipline; or Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate hours in the teaching discipline.

SALARY:                              

Commensurate with education and experience.

POSTING DATE:                  

January 24, 2024

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                      

April 1, 2024

Apply online at https://careers.sc.gov/ or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.

CLASS / SLOT:                     

UE03 / 0000.

DESCRIPTION:                   

Demonstrates thorough knowledge of teaching area subject matter and teaches courses during day, evening, Saturday, on campus and off campus. Evaluates students’ progress and maintains accurate administrative records pertaining to classes. Prepares daily lectures and supplemental course materials to enhance instruction. Prepares and evaluates tests, exams, projects, research assignments, and other course assignments. Utilizes outcome data and student evaluations to improve courses. Develops new ideas and methods for instruction and prepares supplemental course materials to enhance instruction. Evaluates projects, research assignments and other course assignments to determine effectiveness. Examines new textbooks, including computer and instructional software, to improve instruction. Counsels students with academic, career, and personal needs and advises students for registration. Examines program/course content to achieve program and College goals. Performs college administrative duties, attends College meetings, and assists with recruiting efforts. Performs other duties which advance the mission of the College. Formulates and develops a professional development plan consistent with the College and program’s goals.

QUALIFICATIONS:             

Master’s degree in the teaching discipline; or Master’s degree with at least 18 graduate hours in the teaching discipline.

SALARY:                              

Commensurate with education and experience.

POSTING DATE:                  

January 24, 2024

ANTICIPATED

START DATE:                      

April 1, 2024

Apply online at https://careers.sc.gov/ or visit www.cctech.edu. NOTE: Do not call to confirm receipt of your application unless you have not received acknowledgement after one week. CCTC is an EOE/AA employer.