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Administrative Secretary, Sr.

Campus: Logan                                           Classified Position PG 3                       Full-time with benefits

Responsibilities:  Provides secretarial and administrative support to the Nursing Department.  Prepares and maintains department statistical and accounting documents.  Successful candidate will be skilled in all phases of secretarial work and possess considerable knowledge of business communications both verbal and written.  Must demostrate the ability to operate a computer using Microsoft Office software with in depth knowledge of Microsoft Excel; including capability to create spreadsheets with the use of formulas, capability to analyze and summarize data according to various requirements of accrediting agencies.  Must perform data entry with high speed and accuracy.  Must be well organized and have the ability to work independently with high output and quality of work.  Must be motivated, self-directed, and able to prioritize and handle multiple projects simultaneously.  Must be a team player and able to perform under stressful situations.  Must have knowledge of proper telephone etiquette in dealing with hospitals, medical clinics, accreditation and licensing boards, and other medical agencies.  Familiarity with purchasing and receiving, managing travel for multiple people, and scheduling and arranging rooms is a plus.  Requirements:  Education equivalent to eighteen months duration beyond high school in the field of business, office administration, executive secretarial, administrative support or related disciplines.  Any equivalent combination of education and directly related experience will be considered.  Prefer an Associate Degree in Executive Secretarial Science, Office Administration, Business or related field.  Prefer history of working in a medical field and familiarity with medical terminology.  Position will remain opern until filled. 

Accountant

Campus: Logan                    PG:3         Full-Time With Benefits

Responsibilities:  Performs general accounting functions.  Maintains assigned accounts.  Prepares managerial and financial reports.  Performs a variety of accounting transactions required in the maintenance of accounts.  Makes payments to vendors using purchase card or invoice payment system.  Summarizes, reconciles, and balances accounts and compiles standard monthly departmental accounting reports.  Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting preferred.  Associates Degree with Accounts Payable experience required.  Must be proficient with computers using word processing, accounting, database and spreadsheet software.  Must be able to organize information, perform financial calculations, draw logical conclusions and prepare fiscal reports.  Position will remain open until filled.

Accountant

Campus: Logan                                 PG:5           Non-Classified Position               Full Time With Benefits

Responsibilities:  Performs general accounting functions.  Maintains assigned accounts.  Prepares managerial and financial reports.  Performs a variety of accounting transactions required in the maintenance of accounts.  Makes payments to vendors using purchase card or invoice payment system.  Summarizes reconciles, and balances accounts and compiles standard monthly departmental accounting reports.  Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting required.  One year recent relevant experience preferred.  Must be proficient with computers using word processing, accounting, database and spreadsheet software.  Must be able to organize information, perform financial calculations, draw logical conclusions and prepare fiscal reports.  Position Open until filled.

Accounting Manager

Campus: Logan                                     Non-Classified Position                     Full-Time with Benefits

 

Responsibilities:  Under the direction of the Vice President of Financial and Administration, provide leadership and management for Budgeting, Accounting, Procurement/Payables, Payroll, Business Offices/Auxiliaries, Accounts Receivable and Auditing.  Requirements:  CPA preferred, Bachelor's Degree in Accounting required and five years of recent, relevant administrative experience required.  Prefer experience in higher education, governmental, non-profit setting.  Must be proficient with computers using word processing, accounting, database and spreadsheet software.  Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Must be knowledgeable of principles and practices of higher education finance.  March 1, 2019 target date to fill position.  Position will remain open until filled. 

Dean of Student Services

Campus: Logan                                                      NON-CLASSIFIED POSITION   

Institution Profile: Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College (Southern) is a regional, fully accredited two-year public institution of higher education which was established in 1971 through the consolidation of two existing branches of Marshall University in Logan and Mingo counties. It is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission for which a 10-year accreditation was attained in 2013 and holds selected programmatic accreditations. The institution represents one of nine community and technical college districts in West Virginia. Southern has a formal service area in the heart of coal country that encompasses approximately 1,900 square miles with locations as follows: Boone/Lincoln Campus, Foster (Boone County), Logan Campus, Mounty Gay (Logan County), Williamson Campus, Williamson (Mingo County), Wyoming/McDowell Campus, Saulsville (Wyoming County), and Lincoln Location, Hamlin (Lincoln County). In 1981, the College's service area was expanded through an interstate agreement with Kentucky which allows for students from Martin and Pike counties to attend the institution at in-state rates. Southern has distinguished itself as a premier community and technical college dedicated to excellence and quality in providing accessible and affordable education and training to its constituents. The Position: The successful candidate must possess a collegial and open management style, effective interpersonal communication skills, and a knowledge of the special challenges of today's community college student. in addition, the successful candidate will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the community college mission, the role of developmental education, diversity of thought, academic, socioeconomic cultural, and ethnic diversity of community college students. this position reports directly to the President and serves as a member of the President's Cabinet.                      

Responsibilities:  Oversight for the Student Services Unit, including, but not limited to the following areas of responsibility: recruitment, student outreach, registration, new student advising and orientation, student government and other student clubs and organizations, student development, and the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of programs and services that support student development and success in the comprehensive community and technical college environment.  Key leader in fostering responsiveness; maintaining a focus on excellence in all student support services; and providing leadership, inspiration, management, and guidance for the College's student success function.  In collaboration and cooperation with the Director of Enrollment Management and Student Engagement, Director of Disability and Adult Services, Director of Financial Assistance, and the Registrar supports the processes and services required for the successful recruitment and retention of students by participating in and providing services that support recruitment, registration, orientation, and placement testing.  Special emphasis is placed on providing services for adult (non-traditional age) students and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act as it relates to students.  Provide vision for the programs that enhance the student experience at the College, build partnerships, set benchmarks, develop best practices, and spearhead collaborative efforts across all divisions of the College.  The successful candidate must possess a collegial and open management style, effective interpersonal communication skills, and a knowledge of the special challenges of today's community college student.  In addition, the successful candidate will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the community college mission, the role of developmental education, diversity of thought, academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic diversity of community college students.  This position reports directly to the President and serves as a member of the President's Cabinet. 

Qualifications:  Master's Degree in Student Development, Counseling, Educational Leadership, Business, Psychology, or related field from a regionally accredited college or university.  Doctorate Degree in higher education administration, student personnel, counseling, or psychology, preferred.  Five (5) years of Student Affairs experience in a higher education environment with a record of progressively increasing responsibility in one or more areas this position will oversee.  Three (3) years of higher education leadership experience, including staff supervision, budget management and strategic planning. 

Target Date Position is to be filled is 07/01/2019.  Position Open Until Filled. 

Instructional Specialist / Agriculture

Campus: Williamson and Off-Site           Full-time 12 month Term Faculty with Benefits - Grant Funded

One of Southern's highest priorities is meeting the current and future educational needs of the communities it serves.  We are strategically positioned to set and surpass new standards of excellence in our primary teaching and learning mission.  Guided by principles that emphasize educational programs and student success especially in learning and continuous improvement, we envision Southern as a premier learning organization that is in the forefront of community college technical education.  We welcome qualified faculty who integrate learning outcome assessment techniques in their instructional planning, curriculum design, and teaching activities; apply technology to the teaching and learning process; deliver instruction in a variety of formats; understand and apply organizational theory; thrive in cross-functional roles; collaborate in flexible, imaginative problem solving; make data-driven decisions; integrate interdisciplinary and global perspectives into their methology.  Requirements:  Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture, Agriculture Education, Horticulture, Soil and Crop Management, Agroecology, Animal and Nutritional Science, Agriculture Mechanics, or Agribusiness required.  Experience in crop management, hydroponics, or master gardener certification preferred Comparable combination of education, experience, and credentials may be considered.  Must have experience in project management, excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to work with others in a team environment, and excellent organizational skills and computer skills.  Must demonstrate a willingness to develop and teach courses online and use alternative delivery modes.  Expectations:  While a faculty teaching load of 30 credit hours in an academic year will include primary responsibilities for teaching and assessing assignments, especially since academic needs vary.  As such, faculty should expect to integrate with their primary responsibilities creating expertiential learning opportunities and assessment techniques (i.e., work-based and service learning portfolio assessment, including developing and evaluating learning portfolios, etc.) menoring students from target groups, new full-time faculty and adjunct faculty; designing, formatting and delivering curriculum for synchronous and asynchronous learning; training and consulting for workforce initiatives (i.e., for public and corporate partners, etc.); developing and implementing community education and extended learning programs; partnering with colleagues to enhance services to students and the community through recruiting and marketing, advising with expanded responsibilities, and devising retention strategies and activities; strengthening relations and collaborative activities with K-12 and baccalaureate-granting colleagues (i.e., Tech-Prep, School-to-Work, 2+2 Programs).   Review of applications begin Thursday, July 26, 2018

ADJUNCT FACULTY

English and English Support – Math and Math Support – Anatomy and Physiology - Nursing – Music, Art and Theater – Sociology – Psychology – Political Science – History – Homeland Security
Campus:   All Campus Locations (Logan, Williamson, Boone/Lincoln and Wyoming/McDowell)  Responsibilities:  Part-time instructors committed to community college students and their success to teach courses at all campus locations in English and English Support, Math and Math Support, Anatomy and Physiology, Music, Art and Theater, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, History and Homeland Security.  Requirements:  Master’s Degree and 18 graduate hours in field required for most courses (English, Math, Anatomy and Physiology, Music, Art and Theater, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, History, and Homeland Security).  Bachelor’s Degree required for English and Math Support.  Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.