Adjunct Instructor and Temporary Employment Openings

 

Southeastern Community College is currently seeking individuals for the following adjunct and part-time positions:

 

Adjunct Instructors:

Unless stated otherwise, all instructional areas listed are for course offerings for both day and evening students, and for campuses in West Burlington and Keokuk.

 

Anatomy & Physiology – Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in the subject area.

 

Business –Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in the subject area.

 

Humanities/Multicultural Perspectives –Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in the subject area.

 

Philosophy/Ethics –Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in Philosophy, Humanities or closely related field.

 

Physical Science/Meteorology – Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in the subject area. (Keokuk)

 

English Composition – Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in English or closely related field.

 

English as a Second Language – Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in English or related field with documented experience in ESL, daytime course. (West Burlington)

 

College Prep Writing – Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in English or related field with documented experience involving teaching writing. (Keokuk & West Burlington)

 

 

Reading - Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in English or related field with documented experience in Reading or Communications instruction, daytime course. (West Burlington)

 

Sociology - Master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate credits in Sociology or closely related field.

 

 

To be considered you must send all college transcripts/certifications, resume and statement of time/date availability to sdavis@scciowa.edu or call 319.208.5054.

 

Nurse Aide Instructor/Skills Evaluator:

SCC is accepting applications for a part-time Nurse Aide Instructors and part-time Nurse Aide Instructor/Skills Evaluators. Position may include day, evening and weekend hours as course schedules vary.   

 

RN with a minimum of two years of nursing experience, at least on year of which shall be in the provision of long-term care facility services.

 

The selected candidate(s) will administer the program in accordance with the Nurse Aide Training Competency Evaluation Program (NATCEP) and will provide instruction for nurses’ aides consisting of 3.5 credit hours with 36 hours of classroom instruction, 20 hours of lab instruction and 32 hours of clinical training in a long-term care facility. The selected candidate will also prepare a class schedule adhering to the mandated requirements for the hours of instruction as well as maintaining attendance records and student grades. Additional duties include evaluating candidates for the State of Iowa Nurse Aide Skills Competency Exam.

Ideal candidate will possess the following to succeed as a Certified Nurse Aide (C.N.A.) instructor:

·         An active State of Iowa RN license

·         An Associate degree in Nursing, Bachelor’s degree preferred.

·         2 or more years full-time experience as a RN, with a minimum of 1 year full-time experience as a RN in a long-term care facility.

·         Must successfully complete the State of Iowa Trainer the Trainer program for the 75 HR CNA Program.

·         CPR and Mandatory Reporter Certification  

·         Previous teaching experience is preferred

·         Strong communication skills along with the ability to promote a positive learning environment.

 

To be considered you must send all college transcripts/certifications and resume to kschroeder@scciowa.edu or call 319.208.5100.

 

CPR Instructors:

SCC is accepting applications for part-time CPR Instructors.  Instructors should be certified to teach AHA curriculum and able to provide proof of certification upon hire.  Instructor will teach BLS Provider; Heartsaver First Aid & CPR/AED; & Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid.  Position may include day, evening and weekend hours as course schedules vary.   Classes will be held at various locations including Keokuk, West Burlington and surrounding communities.

CPR Instructor Trainers:

 SCC is accepting applications for part-time CPR Instructor Trainers.  Instructors should be certified to train new CPR Instructors, teach AHA curriculum and able to provide proof of certification upon hire.  Instructor will teach BLS Provider; Heartsaver First Aid & CPR/AED; & Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid.  Position may include day, evening and weekend hours as course schedules vary.   Classes will be held at various locations including Keokuk, West Burlington and surrounding communities.

 

 

To be considered you must send all college transcripts/certifications and resume to kschroeder@scciowa.edu or call 319.208.5100.

 

Upward Bound Resident Assistant/Mentors:

Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, Iowa is looking for resident assistants for the summer 2017 TRiO Upward Bound residential program.

 

The Upward Bound Resident Assistant/Mentor will provide direct services to Upward Bound project participants. These services will be related to assisting participants in the successful completion of academic coursework and personal development activities during the intensive six-week summer Upward Bound Program.

 

Compensation: $1,800 - $2,050 (amount dependent upon degree and experience) for the duration of the employment contract (Sunday evening through Friday evening each week which includes one week of mandatory training). Room and board provided. Meals not provided Friday dinner through Sunday dinner.

Employment duration is June 5th – July 21st, 2017 excluding July 3-4th for the holiday. Weekends are off with the exception of move-in day on Sunday, June 11th.

 

Qualifications and Experience:

·         Recent college graduate preferred or college student with minimum of junior status.  Minimum grade point average of 2.75 or above required.  

·         Demonstrated experience working with academically challenged individuals and groups of students from diverse backgrounds.

·         Prior experience tutoring in math, science, English (composition and/or literature), computers, foreign language, or a related elective subject area preferred.

·         Prior experience assisting students with concerns related to academic, financial, vocational, or social issues.

·         Experience working with students in a residential setting is highly desirable.

·         Special consideration given to qualified candidate with background similar to the program’s target population.

·         Ability to communicate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.

·         Demonstrated sensitivity to the needs of economically and educationally disadvantaged students and student with disabilities.

·         Ability to be nonjudgmental, form trusting relationships, and build rapport with high school age students.

·         Ability to communicate effectively with students and other staff members.

·         Must be able to establish and maintain a trusting and productive working relationship with program students and staff.

·         Ability to maintain rapport, confidentiality, and accessibility.

·         Documented evidence of excellent driving record and willingness to obtain chauffer’s license as well as ability to pass a criminal background check.

·         Must possess the commitment and stamina to participate constructively in potentially stressful interactions and situations.

·         Demonstrated maturity in using of appropriate leadership, communication, social and role modeling skills.

 

Application Questions

1.)     What interests you in working with high school aged Upward Bound Summer Program participants?

2.)   Describe your experiences working with youth to acclimate them to a new environment?

3.)   What experience do you have working in fast paced, and unpredictable work setting?

4.)   Identify and describe academic subject areas in which you would be able to assist high school students with and-or any special skills or hobbies that you may share with Upward Bound participants in an effort to enhance the program and participants’ development. (For example, academic, athletic, artistic, musical, multicultural, etc.)

 

To be considered you must answer and send the application questions above and all college transcripts/certifications and a resume to lwibbell@scciowa.edu or call 319.208.5305.

 

 

 

 

Assistant Volleyball Coach:

Responsible for aspects of the Southeastern Community College NJCAA Division II Volleyball Program including assisting the head volleyball coach in practices, travel, fundraising, and recruiting, and any other duties related to the volleyball program.

To be considered you must send all college transcripts/certifications and resume to mflores@scciowa.edu or call 319.208.5122.

 

Professional Tutors:

Needed for Keokuk and West Burlington. Tutoring experience preferred. Must have a bachelor’s degree reflecting the subject matter being tutored along with a flexible work schedule.

To be considered you must send all college transcripts/certifications, resume and statement of time/date availability to sdavis@scciowa.edu or call 319.208.5054.

 

 

 

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