Employment Opportunities at Northwest

 

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INSTRUCTIONS: Copy and complete the application; attach a resume; provide at least two references; have college transcripts sent to the address on the back of the application. We also accept eScript transcripts. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable at the time of application, but official transcripts will be required if a job offer is made.  Letters of recommendation may also be requested.  You may call 662-562-3211 with questions.

Affirmative Action 
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 gbeard@northwestms.edu; 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 jhorton@northwestms.edu; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972/Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Associate Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management, Tate Hall, P.O. Box 7010, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, MS 38668, telephone number 662-562-3409, e-mail address trush@northwestms.edu.

Safety Statement
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).



Early Childhood Education Technology Instructor

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

 CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION

SENATOBIA CAMPUS

POSITION:    Early Childhood Education Technology Instructor

QUALIFICATIONS:

A Bachelor’s Degree (master’s preferred) from a regionally accredited college or university and three years related work experience in Early Childhood Education or Child Development.  Demonstrated experience in applying technology in creative and relevant ways to improve participant learning.  Knowledge of current best practices in teaching and learning.  A minimum of two (2) years of work experience in the early childhood education field within the last five years:  five years or more experience is preferred.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Instruct students in early childhood education courses; serve as an advisor in the program area; maintain an excellent learning environment; assist in job placement, development of curriculum, and selection of appropriate textbooks; maintain an accurate inventory; work with advisory committee; other duties as assigned by the Career, Technical and Workforce Education Dean.

Duties:  

  1. The primary responsibilities of faculty are to teach and to develop the curriculum: to prepare and provide students with course outlines that support learning objectives set forth in the course syllabus, develop and measure learning outcomes, assess student performance and maintain grade records.
  2. Create an effective learning environment through the use of a variety of instructional methods.
  3. Collaborate in the development and continued assessment of learning outcomes for use in program reviews and curriculum revision.
  4. Work with other program and/or discipline faculty to complete scheduled program reviews and to use the findings to revise the curriculum.
  5. Participate in appropriate professional development activities to assure currency in both discipline, knowledge and instructional methods.
  6. Participate in department/discipline, division, campus, and college meetings and committees.
  7. Participate in college projects, surveys, studies, and reports that relate to the discipline or program.
  8. Collaborate in the development of program and/or discipline promotional materials.
  9. Maintain office hours each week.
  10. Support the Northwest mission, goals, and values
  11. Perform other related duties as required or assigned.

Posted: May 30, 2020

Deadline for Application: June 13, 2020

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 gbeard@northwestms.edu; 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 jhorton@northwestms.edu; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972/Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Associate Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management, Tate Hall, P.O. Box 7010, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, MS 38668, telephone number 662-562-3409, e-mail address trush@northwestms.edu.

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DEAN OF HEALTH SCIENCES - INTERNAL POSTING

POSITION: Dean of Health Sciences- Internal Posting   The Dean of Health Sciences has system-wide responsibility for planning, directing and supervising the Practical Nursing, Health Care Assistant, Cardio-Vascular Technology, Medical Office Technology, Emergency Medical Technology (Basic, Advanced, Paramedic), Funeral Service Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Surgical Technology, and Physical Therapy Assistant programs in Career Technical Education and the Associate Degree Nursing Program. Qualifications:

  • Earned Doctorate
  • Management experience in a Nursing program
  • Demonstrated success working with a team
  • Demonstrated success initiating, organizing, and implementing projects
  • Ability to communicate effectively and positively with internal and external constituents
  • Demonstrated success in growing a program
Responsibilities:
  1. Provide the Vice President of Instruction with up to date reports regarding the activities, performance, needs, and recommendations for improvement of all health science programs.
  2. Maintain all accreditation standards or other standards affecting health science programs set by the regional accrediting agency, specific program accrediting agencies or by the governing board.
  3. Attain accreditation for all health science programs not currently accredited.
  4. Expand all health science programs as needed by the community and as initiated by the College.
  5. Recruit, select, and recommend health science faculty.
  6. Work with faculty to develop course schedules for all health science programs.
  7. Develop and manage the budgets for all health science programs.
  8. Supervise, develop and evaluate all health science faculty.
  9. Advise on all new construction to contain health science programs.
  10. Ensure the submission of all reports required by the College, the Mississippi Community College Board or any other granting agency.
  11. Assist the Associate Vice President for Workforce Solutions and Career Technical Education in developing and implementing training in the health sciences for business and industry.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Instruction and/or the President.
Posted: May 29, 2020 Deadline for Application: June 5, 2020

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District Dean of Enrollment Services

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

 DISTRICT DEAN OF ENROLLMENT SERVICES

 POSITION:  District Dean of Enrollment Services

Deadline for Application:   June 4, 2020

Summary The District Dean of Enrollment Services plans, supervises, assesses and evaluates college-wide Admissions and Records, Registration, Recruiting, Financial Aid, and Enrollment Services Centers that meet the needs of a highly diverse student population. Oversees, initiates, and administers all department services ensuring compliance with regulations and College objectives. The position also provides complex administrative support to the Associate Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  • Plans, organizes, supervises, and analyzes student service and technical work of the District Admissions and Records Office to include, but not be limited to, enrollment, records, registration, evaluation and certification functions. Establishes priorities and adjusts assignments to assure timely completion.
  • Identifies, coordinates, and supervises computer systems, programs, and functions used in admissions, records, attendance, catalogues, course schedules, and placement services.
  • Participates in the development of policies, procedures, rules and regulations. Ensures accurate interpretations of rules and regulations that govern admissions and records, attendance accounting, graduation, and curriculum.
  • Directs and prepares information to faculty and staff regarding procedures for recording and reporting attendance and grades.
  • Develops and facilitates programs and services for the recruitment, retention, and completion and/or transfer of a diverse student population, including management of ongoing relationships in the designated school districts and other educational institutions.
  • Develops and facilitates programs and services for the Student Financial Aid enrollment process.
  • Develops, assesses, and implements annual goals and objectives for promoting programs and services.
  • Oversees assessment services that support the matriculation process and processes that validate assessment and placement scores.
  • Provides leadership in the new and emerging technologies.
  • Leads, supervises, trains and evaluates assigned personnel. Certifies payroll for assigned personnel. Applies the terms and provisions of applicable state and federal laws
  • Manages admissions and records and enrollment functions to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations, Board policies, and administrative procedures.
  • Participates in the development of features within ERP integrated data management. Ensures integrity of databases and accuracy of accounts by developing access protocols and continuous testing.
  • Serves as custodian of official student records and those other records required to be maintained by admissions and records.
  • Supervises procedures for awarding college credit through transfer, examination, and evaluation using articulation agreements and guidelines.
  • Establishes, supervises and maintains systems, policies, and procedures that ensure security, proper handling, and confidentiality of data entry, student information, records, and monies received.
  • Oversees the preparation and distribution of a variety of reports on student enrollment and instructional data. Responds to custom data requests as appropriate in working with District IR/IE personnel.
  • Conducts accounting of student attendance and prepares and submits required reports in compliance with Board policies, administrative procedures, and state laws and regulations.
  • Develops and monitors budgets and maximizes financial resources.
  • Responds, through the District Admissions and Records Office, to subpoenas of student records.
  • Ensures accuracy of print and online publications related to all areas of responsibility.
  • Anticipates, prevents, and resolves conflicts and problems under areas of supervision.
  • Participates in community, state, and national organizations and meetings.
  • Participates on and chairs committees, task forces, and special assignments.
  • Maintains currency of knowledge and skills related to the duties and responsibilities.
  • Prepares recommendations and/or contracts as appropriate and submits them for consideration.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  Minimum Qualifications for Education and Experience Requires a master's degree with a major or concentration in Education, Counseling, Human Services, Public Administration, or a related area and ten years in the management and administration of Admissions and Records or related area. An understanding of and sensitivity to meeting the needs of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic background of the student, community, and employee population.   Preferred Qualifications
  • Ten years of increasingly responsible experience in administering, developing, implementing, and evaluating admissions and records or related area.
  • Demonstrated cultural competence, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, staff, and faculty.
  • Doctorate preferred.
  • Experience in a higher education environment.
Knowledge and Skills The position requires professional knowledge of:
  • Theories, principles, and practices associated with higher education, successful outreach, enrollment services, curriculum, matriculation, and student services.
  • Development, maintenance and administration of a budget.
  • Principles of leadership, training and performance evaluation.
  • Pertinent federal and state laws and regulations, particularly those that are related to admissions, records, and enrollment services.
  • Learning and student success processes, assessment, student learning outcomes, learning communities and application of technology.
  • Strategic planning in organization and management practices, assessment analysis and evaluation of programs, policies and administrative needs.
  • Philosophy and objectives of the community college.
  • Regulations, policies, state and federal laws, and guidelines governing community college admissions and records.
  • Regulations governing admissions, residency, enrollment, student fees, maintenance of instructor and student records, international students, veterans' affairs, transcript evaluation, certificate of achievement completion, graduation, and attendance accounting.
  • Major and course articulation and matriculation concepts.
  • Computerized student enrollment, attendance, accounts, and records systems and databases.
  • Web-based enrollment and student transaction systems.
  The position requires demonstrated skill in:
  • Developing assessment, teaching and learning processes that enhance student success and outcomes.
  • Organizing work and building, leading and managing an effective team to meet the needs of the assigned areas.
  • Oral and written language sufficient to prepare clear and concise reports and professional correspondence and communicate effectively.
  • Human relations/interpersonal skills in order to develop working relationships, conduct performance reviews, deliver presentations, and convey technical information to a wide variety of audiences.
  • Office methods and procedures, sufficient to evaluate and design work and information flow processes.
  • Financial record keeping controls, practices, and procedures, and sufficient math skills to perform business math computations.
Abilities This position requires the ability to:
  • Be a fair-minded, ethical and honest leader.
  • Learn, interpret, and apply federal and state regulations as related to the responsibilities of the position.
  • Be open to change and new methods in the assigned areas of responsibility.
  • Continuously engage in learning and self-improvement.
  • Meet change with innovation to promote and meet the college mission, vision, and values.
  • Organize, plan, develop, and write new programs, develop new concepts, analyze outcomes, and prepare clear and concise reports.
  • Guide and direct others in goal achievement.
  • Direct and facilitate development of personal and team perspectives and develop and deliver training programs.
  • Develop and monitor budgets and maximize financial resources including grant reporting compliance.
  • Plan, organize, and supervise programs and operations.
  • Work cooperatively and productively with internal and external constituencies.
  • Advocate for shared governance, collegiality, staff cohesiveness and the other core values of the institution.
  • Accomplish departmental objectives and perform assignments in any and all admissions and records processes.
  • Establish work standards and review performance of staff.
  • Enter commands to extract data and reports from student information systems.
  Physical Abilities
  • This position requires the physical ability to:
  • Function in an office environment performing work of primarily a sedentary nature with some requirement to move about campus and to off-campus locales.
  • Use hearing and speech to make presentations to groups and carry on conversations over the phone and in person.
  • See with sufficient visual acuity to read, recognize printed materials, and computer screen.
  • Use hand/arm/finger dexterity to retrieve work materials and operate standard office equipment.
  • Work a flexible schedule which may include evenings, weekends and split schedules.
Licenses and Certificates Requires a valid driver's license.   Working Conditions Work is performed indoors where minimal safety considerations exist.   Supplemental Information
  • Documents needed to apply:
  • Application
  • Letter of Interest
  • Resume/Curriculum Vitae
  • Transcripts (Must show all coursework completed and conferral date of the degree)
  Posted:  May 22, 2020 Deadline for Application:   June 4, 2020   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 gbeard@northwestms.edu; 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 jhorton@northwestms.edu; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972/Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Associate Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management, Tate Hall, P.O. Box 7010, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, MS 38668, telephone number 662-562-3409, e-mail address trush@northwestms.edu.  

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CAMPUS POLICE OFFICER - POOL ONLY

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE  CAMPUS POLICE OFFICER - POOL ONLY POSITION:  Part-Time - Campus Police Officer – Pool Only This announcement is to maintain a pool of qualified applicants. Submission of an application and our acceptance thereof does not indicate that there are positions open, and in no way obligates Northwest MS Community College. SUMMARY As a part of an assigned team, Campus Police Officers provide campus safety and law enforcement services to the College community. The individual provides a wide range of services, including both traditional and non-traditional police services. Officers are required to participate in crime prevention and community-oriented public safety programming. The successful candidate must project a positive image. Individuals enforce College regulations, local ordinances, and state laws. The individual is a first responder to incidents, accidents, and other emergency situations, and is responsible for conducting initial and follow-up investigations into significant and criminal incidents. The individual will work under the direction of an assigned officer. Overtime is mandatory. This is an entry level, sworn campus police position.   RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Patrol assigned posts or areas either on foot, bike, or in a vehicle.
  1. Actively participate in crime prevention and community policing activities.
  1. Respond to routine and emergency calls for various types of service, many of which are unique to a campus environment and take action as necessary.
  1. Conduct security inspections of College facilities and areas, reporting conditions that present a hazard to the community.
  1. Direct pedestrian and vehicle traffic and enforce parking and traffic regulations and laws.
  2. Conduct investigations and submit reports of infractions of rules, code of conduct, and violations of state laws and local ordinances.
  1. Apprehend offenders, when appropriate.
  1. Testify in court and disciplinary proceedings, as required.
  1. Provide safety escorts and other general services, including locking and unlocking buildings and rooms, as well as unlocking vehicles.
  1. Work operational and special event overtime assignments.
  1. Assist local police agencies as need or directed.
  1. Other law enforcement and public safety related duties as assigned by the Chief of Police or his designee.
  KNOWLEDGE Successful candidates will participate in various training and development programs to ensure she/he acquires the technical and professional knowledge and skills needed for success in the position. The individual must successfully complete these programs to continue employment. These programs include, but are not limited to, the following: certified police academy, field training and evaluation program, first aid/CPR certification, and others. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
  1. High School diploma or equivalent; some college education preferred.
  1. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
  1. Must have never been convicted of a felony or domestic violence.
  1. Must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation.
  1. Must have completed an accredited Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy, have completed an equivalent law enforcement training program approved by the Mississippi Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission, or be able to complete the basic Police Academy course.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
  1. Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work. Must be able to remain on feet for long periods of time, stoop, kneel, crouch, lift, carry, pull, push, climb, balance, walk, and run. Must be able to restrain, lift and/or carry adults of varying weights.
  1. Must be physically able to operate a variety of machines and equipment including firearms, automobile, office equipment, radio, telephone, etc.
  1. Work involves considerable exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures and loud noises.
  1. The work environment involves moderate exposure to hazards and physical risk to personal safety. The candidate must be physically fit and able to defend one’s self from attack or physical assault. 
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS The successful candidate must be able to work ALL shifts, including weekends, holidays, and overtime shifts, as required: overtime is mandatory.

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CAMPUS POLICE OFFICER SENATOBIA CAMPUS

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE  CAMPUS POLICE OFFICER - SENATOBIA CAMPUS POSITION:  Campus Police Officer SUMMARY As a part of an assigned team, Campus Police Officers provide campus safety and law enforcement services to the College community. The individual provides a wide range of services, including both traditional and non-traditional police services. Officers are required to participate in crime prevention and community-oriented public safety programming. The successful candidate must project a positive image. Individuals enforce College regulations, local ordinances, and state laws. The individual is a first responder to incidents, accidents, and other emergency situations, and is responsible for conducting initial and follow-up investigations into significant and criminal incidents. The individual will work under the direction of an assigned officer. Overtime is mandatory. This is an entry level, sworn campus police position. RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Patrol assigned posts or areas either on foot, bike, or in a vehicle.
  1. Actively participate in crime prevention and community policing activities.
  1. Respond to routine and emergency calls for various types of service, many of which are unique to a campus environment and take action as necessary.
  1. Conduct security inspections of College facilities and areas, reporting conditions that present a hazard to the community.
  1. Direct pedestrian and vehicle traffic and enforce parking and traffic regulations and laws.
  2. Conduct investigations and submit reports of infractions of rules, code of conduct, and violations of state laws and local ordinances.
  1. Apprehend offenders, when appropriate.
  1. Testify in court and disciplinary proceedings, as required.
  1. Provide safety escorts and other general services, including locking and unlocking buildings and rooms, as well as unlocking vehicles.
  1. Work operational and special event overtime assignments.
  1. Assist local police agencies as need or directed.
  1. Other law enforcement and public safety related duties as assigned by the Chief of Police or his designee.
  KNOWLEDGE Successful candidates will participate in various training and development programs to ensure she/he acquires the technical and professional knowledge and skills needed for success in the position. The individual must successfully complete these programs to continue employment. These programs include, but are not limited to, the following: certified police academy, field training and evaluation program, first aid/CPR certification, and others.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
  1. High School diploma or equivalent; some college education preferred.
  1. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
  1. Must have never been convicted of a felony or domestic violence.
  1. Must successfully complete a comprehensive background investigation.
  1. Must have completed an accredited Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy, have completed an equivalent law enforcement training program approved by the Mississippi Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission, or be able to complete the basic Police Academy course.
  PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
  1. Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work. Must be able to remain on feet for long periods of time, stoop, kneel, crouch, lift, carry, pull, push, climb, balance, walk, and run. Must be able to restrain, lift and/or carry adults of varying weights.
  1. Must be physically able to operate a variety of machines and equipment including firearms, automobile, office equipment, radio, telephone, etc.
  1. Work involves considerable exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures and loud noises.
  1. The work environment involves moderate exposure to hazards and physical risk to personal safety. The candidate must be physically fit and able to defend one’s self from attack or physical assault.
  SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS The successful candidate must be able to work ALL shifts, including weekends, holidays, and overtime shifts, as required: overtime is mandatory. POSTED:  May 11, 2020 DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: Open until filled 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 gbeard@northwestms.edu; 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 jhorton@northwestms.edu; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972/Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Associate Vice President for Student Services and Enrollment Management, Tate Hall, P.O. Box 7010, 4975 Highway 51 North, Senatobia, MS 38668, telephone number 662-562-3409, e-mail address trush@northwestms.edu.

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Instructor (Adult Education, ESL, Smart Start) - Byhalia Site - Deadline for Application: Open to filled

POSITION: Instructor (Adult Education, ESL, Smart Start) - Byhalia Site

Provides instruction to adult education students. Plans, implements, documents, and evaluates instructional practices, procedures, and materials. Provides direct, on-site, daily supervision of academic assistants.

Examples of Duties

The following examples are intended only as illustrations of the various tasks performed by the incumbent in this position. These examples are not meant to be exhaustive; they are representative of the general functions of this position.

  • Provides instruction in literacy; adult education; HSE test preparation; English language acquisition; family literacy; (Integrated) English literacy and civics education; workforce preparation; integrated education and training, including career pathways; and workplace education, including National Career Readiness Certificate and Smart Start Pathway instruction.
  • Applies research-based instructional practices that incorporate the use of computers and other technologies.
  • Is knowledgeable of reading, writing, and/or math instructional strategies.
  • Uses instructional strategies, learning practices, and tools appropriate to the needs of the student.
  • Uses lesson plans that integrate instruction across content areas.
  • Provides continuous feedback and adjusts instruction to maximize student learning.
  • Collaborates with colleagues to develop and evaluate curriculum and materials aligned with CCRS.
  • Integrates work, family, and community related activities into instruction.
  • Administers and interprets appropriate placement and diagnostic tests.
  • Facilitates the transfer of learned skills from the classroom to the job.
  • Plans learning experiences that are interactive and relevant to the specific workplace environment.
  • Customizes and develops workplace education curriculum and lesson plans that facilitate transition from the classroom to the job based on the workforce goals and expected training outcomes.

Assessment and Monitors Learning

  • Uses formal and informal assessment data to monitor and document student progress.
  • Collects and manages accurate data for program improvement and accountability.
  • Participates in the retention and follow-up of students.

Classroom Management

  • Maintains knowledge of program guidelines, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Maintains student records.
  • Supervises and monitors academic assistants.

Community

  • Makes referrals to community agencies or postsecondary institutions as appropriate.
  • Advocates adult education at the local and state level and explains the impact of under-education on employment and society.
  • Assesses adult education needs and promotes program in community.
  • Promotes use of community resources and participates in activities of other community agencies.
  • Recruits students and matches them with instructional staff.

Professional Development

  • Participates in required professional development activities.
  • Participates in additional professional growth opportunities to support student achievement.
  • Uses technology resources to engage in ongoing professional development and lifelong learning.
  • Assesses personal strengths and weaknesses as a basis for developing a professional development plan.

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor’s degree (Education, Adult Education or related field preferred)

A copy of this degree is required on file at the local director’s office. All instructors hired must complete a mentorship under a certified Mississippi Adult Education Mentor and pass the Mississippi Adult Education competency test. All new instructors must attend the New Instructor Academy to learn basic instructional competencies and prepare for the state competency test.

POSTED: March 2, 2020

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION:  Open to filled

 

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Adjunct Instructor (Adult Education, ESL, Smart Start) – Job Pool Only

POSITION: Adjunct Instructor (Adult Education, ESL, Smart Start) – Job Pool Only POSITION SUMMARY INFORMATION: This announcement is to maintain a pool of qualified applicants. Submission of an application and our acceptance thereof does not indicate that there are positions open, and in no way obligates Northwest MS Community College. Provides instruction to adult education students. Plans, implements, documents, and evaluates instructional practices, procedures, and materials. Provides direct, on-site, daily supervision of academic assistants. Examples of Duties The following examples are intended only as illustrations of the various tasks performed by the incumbent in this position. These examples are not meant to be exhaustive; they are representative of the general functions of this position.

  • Provides instruction in literacy; adult education; HSE test preparation; English language acquisition; family literacy; (Integrated) English literacy and civics education; workforce preparation; integrated education and training, including career pathways; and workplace education, including National Career Readiness Certificate and Smart Start Pathway instruction.
  • Applies research-based instructional practices that incorporate the use of computers and other technologies.
  • Is knowledgeable of reading, writing, and/or math instructional strategies.
  • Uses instructional strategies, learning practices, and tools appropriate to the needs of the student.
  • Uses lesson plans that integrate instruction across content areas.
  • Provides continuous feedback and adjusts instruction to maximize student learning.
  • Collaborates with colleagues to develop and evaluate curriculum and materials aligned with CCRS.
  • Integrates work, family, and community related activities into instruction.
  • Administers and interprets appropriate placement and diagnostic tests.
  • Facilitates the transfer of learned skills from the classroom to the job.
  • Plans learning experiences that are interactive and relevant to the specific workplace environment.
  • Customizes and develops workplace education curriculum and lesson plans that facilitate transition from the classroom to the job based on the workforce goals and expected training outcomes.
Assessment and Monitors Learning
  • Uses formal and informal assessment data to monitor and document student progress.
  • Collects and manages accurate data for program improvement and accountability.
  • Participates in the retention and follow-up of students.
Classroom Management
  • Maintains knowledge of program guidelines, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Maintains student records.
  • Supervises and monitors academic assistants.
Community
  • Makes referrals to community agencies or postsecondary institutions as appropriate.
  • Advocates adult education at the local and state level and explains the impact of under-education on employment and society.
  • Assesses adult education needs and promotes program in community.
  • Promotes use of community resources and participates in activities of other community agencies.
  • Recruits students and matches them with instructional staff.
Professional Development
  • Participates in required professional development activities.
  • Participates in additional professional growth opportunities to support student achievement.
  • Uses technology resources to engage in ongoing professional development and lifelong learning.
  • Assesses personal strengths and weaknesses as a basis for developing a professional development plan.
Minimum Requirements Bachelor’s degree (Education, Adult Education or related field preferred) A copy of this degree is required on file at the local director’s office. All instructors hired must complete a mentorship under a certified Mississippi Adult Education Mentor and pass the Mississippi Adult Education competency test. All new instructors must attend the New Instructor Academy to learn basic instructional competencies and prepare for the state competency test.

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Staff Architect and Compliance Coordinator - Deadline for Application: Open until filled

POSITION: Staff Architect and Compliance Coordinator QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Maintain a valid driver’s license.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from NAAB accredited school.
  • Preferred licensed by the MS State Board of Architecture
  • Minimum 3 years experience in architecture, design, construction, and/or contract administration of commercial buildings.
  • Experienced with compliance, interpretation, and implementation of ADA and ABAAG laws and regulations, IBC, and Life Safety Codes. Skilled and proficient in the production of CAD drawings using REVIT.
  RESPONSIBILITIES:
  1. Provides college wide support concerning Code compliance by reviewing or consulting with the appropriate professionals in order to render advice on issues with ADA, Life Safety or IBC.
  2. Coordinates purchases of supplies and sub-contracts for services for interior finishes, furniture, and supplies as related to construction projects. Acquisitions include following purchasing laws and policies, requisitions for Purchase Orders and credit card procedures.
  3. Prepares drawings and support for in-house Building Construction and Maintenance.
  4. Prepares designs and shop drawings for cabinet shop and select finishes.
  5. Maintains inventory of paper and electronic construction documents for all campus owned facilities.
  6. Maintains inventory of paper and electronic Master Key plans and records.
  7. Maintains inventory of sample library and coordinate finish selections for all projects.
  8. Provides college wide support with furniture and finish selections.
  9. Designs, implements and coordinates renovation and construction projects as assigned.
  10. Supports Director of Physical Plant with bid document review and construction/ contract administration.
  11. Performs all other duties as requested by the Director of Physical Plant.
POSTED:  December 13, 2019 DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION:  Open until filled

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Adjunct Career Technical Instructor (Pool Only)

Position: Adjunct Career Technical Instructor (Pool Only) Position Location: Pool Job Classification:  Part-Time Faculty (Adjunct)  POSITION SUMMARY INFORMATION: This announcement is to maintain a pool of qualified applicants. Submission of an application and our acceptance thereof does not indicate that there are positions open, and in no way obligates Northwest MS Community College. Applicants may indicate an interest in part-time positions for Northwest Mississippi Community College for all campus locations:   Senatobia (Main Campus), Oxford, Desoto, and Olive Branch. Mandatory:  Below are the general qualifications for CTE Instructors. Specific positions may have additional requirements such as a license or industry certifications And/OR A Master’s degree in the teaching discipline with a minimum of two (2) years of work experience in the field within the last five (5) years; AND/OR A Baccalaureate degree in the teaching discipline with a minimum of two (2) years of work experience in the field within the last five years; AND/OR An Associate degree in the teaching discipline with a minimum of four (4) years of work experience in the field within the last five (5) years. Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Teaches students the occupational competencies necessary for employment.
  2. Checks, maintains, and reports as required by the College the accurate attendance and absences for each student.
  3. Prepares course competency based outlines for each instructional course or program.
  4. Prepares detailed lesson plans, job sheets, and laboratory experiments for all units of instruction.
  5. Recommends changes in the total curriculum in order to maintain an up-to-date program.
  6. Develops and maintains the progress of each student in the program.
  7. Teaches related subject matter.
  8. Supervises all laboratory experience.
  9. Develops a schedule of courses for each semester.
  10. Reviews and selects instructional materials such as textbooks and audio visual materials.
  11. Completes requests for supplies and other instructional materials on a timely basis.
  12. Completes enrollment and follow-up reports.
  13. Assists in the development of an annual budget for the instructional program.
  14. Maintains a clean and safe laboratory environment.
  15. Recommends new and/or replacement equipment to be purchased for the program.
  16. Maintains proper inventory of all equipment and tools assigned to the program.
  17. Keeps equipment functioning and in good working order by establishing an effective preventive maintenance system.
  18. Maintains an active Advisory committee.
  19. Maintains good industry relations for the purpose of student placement for potential employees and donations.
  20. Takes an active role in the advisement, counseling of students and register students.
  21. Help students find employment in an occupation related to training.
  22. Fulfills the requirements of career license certification by attending specified classes and workshops.
  23. Serves on various faculty committees.
  24. Attends faculty meetings and professional development workshops and training.
  25. Performs all other duties as assigned.
Below are the CTE programs offered at Northwest Mississippi Community College.
Technical Programs           Career Certificate                          

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Adjunct Academic Instructor Pool Only

Position Title: Adjunct Academic Instructor (Pool Only)

Position Location: Pool - Desoto, Senatobia, Oxford and E-Learning

Full or Part Time: Part Time (Adjunct) 

POSITION SUMMARY INFORMATION:

Responsibilities:  This announcement is to maintain a pool of qualified applicants. Submission of an application and our acceptance thereof does not indicate that there are positions open, and in no way obligates Northwest MS Community College.

Mandatory:  Must include a transcript and resume (official transcript will be required if hired). A Master’s Degree with a minimum of eighteen (18) graduate hours in the specific subject area is required.

Desirable:  A broad understanding of current instructional methods, strong sense of professionalism and a serious commitment to academic excellence.

Listed below are the fields of academic studies:

  • Accounting 
  • Art                                                     
  • Biology                                               
  • Business Administration                 
  • Chemistry                                           
  • Computer Science                           
  • Criminal Justice                               
  • Education                                           
  • English                                               
  • Geography                                         
  • Health and Physical Education 
  • History
  • Math
  • Music
  • Nursing
  • Physics
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Speech
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Theater

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Workforce Trainers Application Pool Only

Position Title: Workforce Trainers (Pool Only) Position Location: Pool Full or Part Time: Part Time (Adjunct)   Position Summary Information This announcement is to retain a pool of qualified applicants. Submission of an application and our acceptance thereof does not indicate that there are positions open, and in no way obligates Northwest Mississippi Community College. Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Workforce Solutions and Career-Technical Education Division is looking for a pool of part-time Workforce Trainer(s) to teach Forklift Operations classes on-site at various manufacturing and distribution centers throughout Desoto County.  The candidate should have extensive forklift operation experience and knowledge of OSHA General Industry Standards regarding safe operation (29 CFR 1910.178: Powered industrial trucks). Prefer candidates with OSHA 10-Hour or 30-Hour General Industry credential. The candidate should have either successfully completed a Forklift Train-the-Trainer course or be prepared to complete one prior to starting. The position is part-time, meaning training hours will vary throughout the year, and is contingent on project funding approval from the Mississippi Community College Board. Job responsibilities:

  • Provide quality, hands-on, equipment specific instruction for any/all of the following types:
    • Sit Down
    • Reach
    • Order Picker
    • Dock Stocker
    • Swing Reach
  • Maintain a clean and safe training environment
  • Ensure proper safety requirements are taught extensively and supervises all training experiences
  • Checks, maintains, and reports as required the accurate attendance and absences for each trainee
  • Develops and maintains the progress of each trainee in the program
  • Completes enrollment and follow-up reports
  • Performs all other duties as assigned by Associate Dean of Workforce Solutions & Manufacturing Programs
For more information please contact:

Contact Name: Jay Treadway

Contact Title: Olive Branch Campus Director/Workforce Solutions Coordinator

Contact Phone: 662-996-1927

Contact Email: jtreadway@northwestms.edu

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CUSTODIAN - POOL ONLY

This announcement is to maintain a pool of qualified applicants. Submission of an application and our acceptance thereof does not indicate that there are positions open, and in no way obligates Northwest MS Community College.

POSTING:  CUSTODIAN, POOL ONLY 

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license
  • Must be able to lift and carry 30 pounds
  • Must be able to work from 4ft step ladder, continuously walk, climb stairs, stand, bend, and squat
  • Must be able to perform limited high work requiring stretching and reaching above head and shoulders
  • Minimum 1 year experience and working knowledge with janitorial equipment and supplies
  • High school diploma or equivalency preferred

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  1. Efficiently perform basic housekeeping duties, including but not limited to:
    1. Sweep and mop floors
    2. Vacuums carpet and upholstery
    3. Dust and polish furniture, shelving, etc.
    4. Empty and clean trash containers, dispose of trash in a sanitary manner
    5. Clean, sanitize, and restock bathroom facilities
    6. Clean kitchen/ breakroom areas
    7. Wipes down glass surfaces.
    8. Clean entry doors and all windows inside and outside.
    9. Dry clean building porches and entrances.
    10. All other duties as assigned.
  2. Respond to calls for custodial problems, such as spills, special needs, etc.
  3. Appropriately use and dispense janitorial chemicals as needed
  4. Contribute to overall custodial team efforts in a professional manner.  Position is customer focused and requires verbal communication.
  5. Maintain a professional work environment, abiding by NWCC rules and policies.
  6. Participate in daily team meetings.  Attend safety meetings.
  7. Available to respond to housekeeping needs during after hour emergencies and inclement weather events.
  8. Report directly to Assistant Supervisor and Supervisor of Custodial Services
  9. Any and all other duties as assigned by Assistant Supervisor/ Supervisor of Custodial Services and/ or Director or/ Assistant Director of Physical Plant


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Landscape Laborer – POOL ONLY

This announcement is to maintain a pool of qualified applicants. Submission of an application and our acceptance thereof does not indicate that there are positions open, and in no way obligates Northwest MS Community College. POSITION:  Landscape Laborer –  POOL ONLY QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • 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
RESPONSIBILITIES: 
  1. Weed eating, mowing, and blowing of all lawn areas
  2. Work on seasonal lawn projects including sod installation, bed weeding, mulching, digging, planting, campus wide clean up, drainage projects, and winter prep for turf.
  3. Work conditions are outside in all seasonal weather conditions.
  4. Maintain a professional work environment, abiding by NWCC rules and policies.
  5. Participate in daily crew meetings.  Attend safety meetings.
  6. Respond to inclement weather events, possibly at times when campus is closed.
  7. 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.

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