INSTRUCTIONS: copy and complete the application; attach a resume; have two letters of recommendation written and have official transcripts sent to the address on the back of the application. You may call 662-562-3211 with questions.
Northwest Mississippi Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, gender identity, age, or status as a veteran or disabled veteran in all its programs and activities. Northwest Mississippi Community College prohibits sexual harassment and all forms of sexual violence, regardless of sex, gender identity or sexual orientation. The following have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990/Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973: Disability Support Services Coordinator, Tate Hall, P.O. Box 5555, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, MS 38668, telephone number 662-562-3309, e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org; Title II of the Age Discrimination Act: Vice President for Finance and Administration, James P. McCormick Administration Building, P.O. Box 7017, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, MS 38668, telephone number 662-562-3216, e-mail address email@example.com; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972/Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Vice President for Student Services, Tate Hall, P.O. Box 7010, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, MS 38668, telephone number 662-562-3997, e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The safety and security of students, faculty, and staff is very important to Northwest Mississippi Community College. A copy of the Annual Security Report, published annually by the Campus Police Department, details Northwest policies and procedures regarding campus safety. A copy of the report, which contains the annual crime statistics report, is available online in the current Northwest Bulletin (www.northwestms.edu/bulletin) or on the Northwest website (http://www.northwestms.edu/index.php/?page_id=989) and in printed form upon request from the Campus Police Office (662-562-3314).
POSITION: Practical Nursing Instructor (Evening and Weekend)
Practical Nursing Faculty Members report to, assist and support the Campus Practical Nursing Lead Instructor, Practical Nursing Director and Vice President of Workforce Solutions and Career-Technical Education in carrying out the program requirements and instructional duties.
Provide students with instruction of the highest standards, evaluate student progress, assist in preparation of program documents and policies, assist in activities furthering the work of the institution, communicate necessary information to students, provide academic advice to students, serve on standing and ad hoc committees and assist in maintaining the uniformity of the Practical Nursing program on all campuses.
Must be a graduate of an approved School of Nursing. Must have an unencumbered RN license in Mississippi and must:
- Hold a minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Nursing;
- Have three years clinical experience working as a RN; or have two years’ experience as faculty in a nursing/allied health program;
- Satisfy clinical agency requirements, i.e.; background checks, immunizations, CPR, etc.
Provide competent instruction in the clinical and theoretical areas of nursing.
Maintain high standards and promote excellence in education.
Participate in and contribute to the team-teaching of classroom and clinical courses and mode team-enhancing behavior for students.
Serve as a role model for students in professional interaction with other health workers and with clinical facilities.
Promote positive and productive relationships with service area hospitals, clinics, business, industries, agencies.
Assist in scheduling and confirming use of clinical sites.
Assist in scheduling curriculum content and classroom scheduling.
Maintain relationships with clinical sites and professional peers that support the reputation of the College and Practical Nursing Program.
Participate in professional development activities that support evidenced-based practice in the classroom and clinical setting.
Collect, record, maintain, and submit accurate class records including grades, absences, withdrawal and /or class drop information to appropriate offices.
Evaluate the progress of student in all classes according to instructional, divisional, departmental, and individual criteria.
Prepare or assist in the preparation of materials such as those used in academic administration when requested, including course syllabi, program outlines, articulation, and bulletin materials.
Serve as academic advisors and mentors.
Perform any other professional duties as assigned by the Campus Career-Technical Dean, Vice President for Workforce Solutions and Career-Technical Education, and the President.
POSTED: October 16, 2018
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: November 16, 2018
STARTING DATE: January 7, 2018
POSITION: Financial Aid Loan Officer
QUALIFICATIONS: Prior loan processing experience a definite plus. Prior experience with student financial aid a plus. Must have experience in computer data entry, good analytical, typing, and filing skills. Must be able to operate all other office equipment and have experience in dealing with the public. Must have an Associate’s Degree. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
POSTED: October 11, 2018
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: October 25, 2018
- Manage the Direct Student Loan Program in accordance to the Federal Regulations, Northwest policies, and Financial Aid Office procedures.
- Process Student loans-print documents needed to review to determine eligibility.
- Export loan originations and maintenance records to Department of Education.
- Award loan amounts in Campus Logic.
- Balance daily-Campus Logic to EdExpress.
- Loan cancellation, R2T4, and Exit Counseling Letters.
- Import files each morning that are brought in through EdConnect into EdExpress.
- Counsel students and parents about loans.
- Release loans in EdExpress
- Review loans and make adjustments as needed.
- Any and all other duties in the areas of the Financial Aid Office as assigned by the Director of Financial Aid.
November 1, 2018
POSITION: Accounting/Business Administration Instructor
QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree or higher with at least 18 hours in accounting. Preference will be given to candidates with additional graduate level coursework in business and teaching experience.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Primary teaching responsibilities will be teaching accounting courses with additional business administration courses assigned as needed. Other duties will include but are not limited to advising students following accounting and business administration pathways.
POSTED: October 4, 2018
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: November 5, 2018
STARTING DATE: January 2019
POSITION: Landscape Laborer – Seasonal Part Time
- Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license
- Must be able to lift and carry 50 pounds, continuously walk, stand, bend, squat, and sit
- Must be able to work in conditions of high pollen, dust, or any other natural outdoor air quality
- Experience and working knowledge with weed eaters, blowers, lawn clean-up equipment
- High school diploma or equivalency preferred
POSTED: May 21, 2018
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: To Be Determined
STARTING DATE: Immediate
- Weed eating, mowing, and blowing of all lawn areas
- Work on seasonal lawn projects including sod installation, bed weeding, mulching, digging, planting, campus wide clean up, drainage projects, and winter prep for turf.
- Work conditions are outside in all seasonal weather conditions.
- Maintain a professional work environment, abiding by NWCC rules and policies.
- Participate in daily crew meetings. Attend safety meetings.
- Respond to inclement weather events, possibly at times when campus is closed.
- Any and all other duties in the areas of the physical plant construction, maintenance, grounds, etc. as assigned by the Grounds and Landscaping Supervisor, Assistant Director, and/ or Director of the Physical Plant.