Employment at YCCC

Employment Opportunities at YCCC

Associate Director of Finacial Aid

POSITION SUMMARY:

· This position is responsible for the financial aid functions through the continual development, implementation, coordination, and monitoring of appropriate policies and procedures to establish and verify student eligibility, award, and disburse Federal Title IV, State of Maine, and other institutional and MCCS financial aid funds.

· The position will implement and manage a computerized student records system; council and facilitate educational access for all students; and provide institutional statistics for purposes of research and reporting.

DUTIES AND RESPOSIBILITIES:

· Reviews and determines financial aid eligibility for applicants.

· Primarily awards Federal Direct Loans, Federal Works Study, Institutional Scholarships and may also award Pell, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, and Maine State grant when needed, all consistent with federal, state, and institutional rules and regulations.

· May verify and correct ISIRS (Institutional Student Information Record) and inform students via email/letter of missing documentation such as parent/student taxes, citizenship proof, selective service registration, social security numbers, or loan default resolution documentation to clear rejected records.

· Manages $1.5 million dollars in federal student loan process for 300-500 students while understanding very complex federal/state regulations associated with program.

· Process student loans, including verification of loan application, Federal Entrance and Exit Loan counseling, counsel students on borrowing needs and recommended borrowing limits, certify loans daily weekly including Direct Stafford and PLUS loans, consult with federal guarantee agents, federal disbursing and servicing personnel, revise yearly forms and publications, manages student loan default prevention program: Powerfaids, EX, federal websites including COD, NSLDS, and FSA Access.

· Daily and weekly file transmissions o secure data to and from the federal Central Processing System.

· Manage resolution of data discrepancy, rejects, and other problems associated with transmission. Reconciles student financial aid accounts and approves student refunds with other offices.

· Provide monthly financial aid presentations to prospective students/families during Financial Aid/Admissions workshops on campus and yearly at various high schools.

· Utilize PowerPoint. Ensure compliance with Title IV rules and regulations.

· Implement and utilize institutional/federal policies and procedures governing need analysis, student budgets, and various awarding strategies-based on interpretations of federal and state laws/regulations and private donor requests.

· Train Financial Aid Representative and support staff and assign work projects for clerical office assistant (managed by another department) and work study student to ensure accuracy of work.

· Verify correct operations of interface with the Business Office, Enrollment Services, and Admissions.

· Required professional development training including but not limited to: Monitor SFA email, IFAP federal webinar training, NASFAA webinar training.

· Assist director in administering all aspects of the financial aid programs, and sit in his/her absence

· Assist Veterans in applying for VA benefits.

o Inform State Approving Agency of any new, revised, or deleted programs.

o Manages VA benefits program files for 50-60 students while understanding and utilizing complex federal regulations associated with the program.

o Meets with auditors to ensure compliance.

o Attend annual VA training opportunities.

o Maintain up-to-date knowledge of VA certification regulations and guidelines.

o Update records of VA students when adding and dropping classes to ensure recipients receives correct benefits from VA.

o Counsels with veterans on benefits program, revises forms as needed, developed, and manages local VA web site, consults with State VA liaison.

o Utilizes VA -ONCE web site when certifying student enrollment to VA.

· Provide student/parent counseling daily on financial aid programs and on process.

o Also provides counseling on student financial needs for institutional and other education related costs.

o Correspond with student and parents, and members of the public to address complaints, supply information, or explain departmental procedures.

o Effectively communicate with internal and external constituents regarding Student Financial Aid programs.

· Manages the Federal Work Study (FWS) and student work program including review of applications, verifying identity and eligibility to work, requesting background checks, calculating eligibility, assigning work positions, completing work study contracts, reconciling bi-weekly timesheets, ensuring no over awards occur due to work study employment, and reporting and disbursing accurate final totals.

· Certify outside scholarship programs including MCCS sponsored programs, manages scholarship website, maintains local financial aid web site.

· Other administrative tasks as necessary.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

· Knowledge of federal and state Student Financial Aid (SFA) regulations.

· SFA needs analysis.

· Experience with SFA computer programs.

· High level of oral/written communication skills

· Experience with computerized information systems

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

· 3 years of experience in post-secondary financial aid and/or student accounts.

SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary is $63.995.20 which is commensurate with the Agreement between the MCCS Trustees and the MEA Administrators Unit Level 4. Full benefits package available.

 

 

Information Systems Specialist III

POSITION SUMMARY:

  • Under limited supervision and utilizing a high level of judgment, this advanced technical services position is responsible for the management and troubleshooting of all YCCC classroom audiovisual and computing equipment, staff and faculty enterprise applications, including research and proactive maintenance.
  • The position will perform complex technical support and administrative functions across the complete range of technologies supported by the IT departmnet requiring a vast knowledge of multiple use and server hardware and software environments.
  • This position has responsibility for discreet areas of operation, student information system portal and the desktop computer imaging.
  • This position will also be responsible for installing, configuring, and maintaining the campus database systems. Additionally this will involve custom program queries, maintenance, security, overseeing backups and resolving issues with the databases and their associated software (i.e. Jenzabar).
  • The position is required to keep up to date on current computer technology in order to make informed recommendations regarding policy development and improvements, and assist in the development of information technology plans for the college, working collaboratively with faculty and the Director of Institutional Operations.

 DUTIES AND RESPOSIBILITIES:

  • Acts as system administrator in the management of all Jenzabar Internet Campus Solution (JICS) and Jenzabar environments. This will include the installation, configuration, management, troubleshooting and user support of .TICS and all the services related to it, such as AD, LOADS, DIS, US, and Blackboard user accounts.
  • Serves as technical resource to faculty and staff in performing technical support duties such as management, troubleshooting and user support of all classrooms, faculty and staff computers both on and off campus. Supports all wired and wireless network communications and all classroom audio visual technology.
  • Responsible for all desktop computer imaging, both for full classroom deployments or on a more adhoc basis. This will include the configuration, management, troubleshooting and scheduling of desktop image creation and deployment leading up to the beginning of each semester.  It will also require the organization and maintenance of images for ad-hoc fixes, upgrade and small group deployments.
  • Researches, recommends, installs, and assesses hardware and software solutions to provide an information system which effectively meets the college administrative and academic computing needs.
  • Maintenance, configuration and troubleshooting of all enterprise applications involved with the Student Information System, including but not limited to Jenzabar EX, Brightspace, Microsoft and Linux-based servers, SharePoint, OCS, SQL server and Powerfaids.
  • Develops and promote new policies and procedures to enhance the overall technology needs and infrastructure of the college, as well as participates in the development of college technology plans. Attends conferences pertaining to job duty subject matter.
  • Directs and oversees the work of work study students to ensure work is accomplished in an efficient and effective manner.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three years of experience in information technology or related discipline.

SALARY/BENEFITS: Pay rate is commensurate with the Agreement between the MCCS Trustees and the MSEA Support Services Unit salary grade 23 with a full benefit package.

 

 

Head Women’s Softball Coach

POSITION SUMMARY:
• The women’s softball coach is a part-time position responsible for overseeing the softball program and recruiting student-athletes.
• The coach will monitor the academic progress of student athletes, support their academic success by engaging them in weekly study halls during the season and facilitating referrals to other student support resources.
• The coach transports players to meets and ensures compliance with all safety protocols, departmental policies and YCCC policies.

DUTIES AND RESPOSIBILITIES:
• Coach softball; supervise practices and games.
• Actively recruit student-athletes.
• Actively monitor the academic progress of student-athletes; support their academic success by engaging them in weekly study halls during the season and facilitating referrals to other student support resources.
• Transport players and support staff to meets.
• Submit the names of team members to Dean of Student Services for eligibility review.
• Report statistics to the Dean of Student Services.
• Assist the Athletic Department in collecting complete and accurate documentation required of student-athletes, e.g., liability waivers, proof of insurance, etc.
• Educate players regarding YCCC travel policies.
• Coordinate publicity with the Athletics office and report results to the media/YCCC Director of Communications immediately following a meet.
• Assist in fundraising efforts within the Athletic Department.
• Manage, record, and appropriately communicate to the Dean of Student Services notice of all injuries.
• Coordinate and assist with travel and contest arrangements.
• Coordinate with the Dean of Student Services regarding awards, budget, schedule, and recruitment.
• Maintain flexibility in work schedule that may include days, evenings, and weekends.
• Other administrative tasks as necessary.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Ability to recruit student-athletes, teach softball skills, and demonstrate prior coaching or participation experience. Clean driving record required.

SALARY/BENEFITS: $9,000. ($3,750 for fall semester, $3,750 for spring semester, $1,500 for off season recruitment).

 

 

Head E-Sports Coach – Part-time, contract

DUTIES AND RESPOSIBILITIES:

· Coach esports; coordinate practice and competition schedules

· Actively recruit student-athletes

· Actively monitor the academic progress of student-athletes; support their academic success by engaging them in weekly study halls during the season and facilitating referrals to other student support resources

· Transport players and support staff to events when necessary

· Ensure compliance with all safety protocols, departmental policies and YCCC policies

· Maintain flexibility in a work schedule that may include days, evenings, and weekends, as needed

· Submit the names of team members to Athletic Director for review

· Ensure team compliance with all league, conference, and institutional rules and regulations

· Report results to the Athletic Director

· Assist the Athletic Department in collecting complete and accurate documentation required of student-athletes, e.g., liability waivers, etc.

· Educate players regarding YCCC travel policies when applicable

· Coordinate publicity with the Athletics office

· Assist in fundraising efforts within the esports Department

· Manage, record and appropriately communicate to the Athletic Director notice of all injuries

· Coordinate and assist with travel and contest arrangements

· Coordinate with the Athletic Director regarding awards, budget, schedule, and recruitment

· Perform other reasonably related duties, as assigned

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

· Ability to recruit student-athletes

· Ability to organize and supervise students

· Ability to teach skills related to gaming

· Demonstrated esports participation and/or coaching experience

· Valid Maine driver’s license

· Ability to be approved to operate a YCCC vehicle and transport others

SALARY/BENEFITS:

$7,000 ($3,000 for fall semester, $3,000 for spring semester, $1,000 for off season recruitment).

 

Math Tutor

POSITION SUMMARY: The Student Success Center at York County Community College is seeking applicants for a part-time Math Tutor. This person will be responsible for one-on-one and group tutoring of students on an appointment or drop-in basis for 15-20 hours per week. The ideal candidate is student-centered, can help students with diverse math skills, and can communicate mathematical knowledge effectively to students, and can tutor both on campus and online.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Associate degree
  • Completed postsecondary coursework in calculus, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and/or statistics.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience with algebra-based physics and medical dosage calculations a plus
  • Experience teaching or tutoring mathematics.

SALARY/BENEFITS: This is a non-benefited, contract position, up to 20 hours per week. Day, evening, and weekend hours available.

 

Nursing Adjunct Teaching Positions

SALARY:
• $930.00 per credit hour.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• York County Community College seeks qualified individuals to serve as adjunct faculty in our Nursing Department.
• The clinical adjunct faculty instructor shall be responsible for the instruction and supervision of no more than 8 students during clinical learning activities at a cooperating health care agency.
• This position is 2 days a week for 15 weeks beginning September 6th.
• Days/times may be negotiable depending on instructor/site availability.
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Baccalaureate degree in Nursing.
• At least two years of recent, relevant nursing experience.
• Current unencumbered registered nurse license to practice in Maine.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Teaching experience.
• Master’s degree.

 

Student Financial Services Specialist

POSITION SUMMARY: This position serves to assist with both Financial Aid and Student Accounts by providing administrative support in the areas of student financial aid advising, financial literacy outreach, account review, as well as student billing and refunds. This position will provide critical support through front office staffing of walk-in traffic, emails, and phones.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Associates Degree

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s Degree

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
• Two years’ demonstrated experience in financial aid, student billing, Bursar’s Office, or similar field
• Knowledge of Federal and State Financial Aid regulations
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Highly organized and detail oriented
• Excellent time management skills, ability to complete multiple complex projects and tasks
• Ability to work both independently and as a team
• Working proficiency with Microsoft office applications

SALARY/BENEFITS: This position is pending classification.

Student Success Coach

POSITION SUMMARY: This position is responsible for onboarding and retaining students in degree programs as well as supporting and coaching nonmatriculated students. The position will conduct proactive advising, academic progress review and administer academic and student support services. The Student Success Coach will develop and implement student retention strategies designed to help eligible students persist toward their academic goals. This position works closely with other college offices such as admissions, financial aid, and faculty and staff advisors.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

· Bachelor’s degree

· Two years of experience in higher education

· Knowledge of and experience in student advising and/or admissions

· Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

· Master’s degree

· Four years of recent experience in community college admissions and/or student advising

· Knowledge of best practices in academic learning communities

· Excellent writing and presentation skills

· Experience in program management

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

· Two to four years of related experience, preferably in a community college setting

· Excellent written and oral communication skills

· Strong interpersonal, relationship-building, group facilitation and problem-solving skills

· Knowledge of and proven experience with educational environment, school and college cultures, and adult education

· Proven program management ability and experience

· Sales management and/or marketing experience

· Computer skills to include Microsoft Office Suite, electronic communications and social media are essential and would ideally include Jenzabar EX. Ability to work effectively with data and ensure its integrity

SALARY/BENEFITS: Position pending classification. College expects to pay in the vicinity of $55,000.

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Adjunct Teaching Positions

SALARY: $930.00 per credit hour.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: York County Community College seeks qualified individuals to serve as adjunct faculty for future teaching assignments. We are looking for potential adjuncts in all academic areas with particular interest in the following career programs: Veterinary Technology, Animal Care and Management, Precision Machining Technology, Additive Manufacturing, Computer Science, and
Business/Accounting.

REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Appropriate academic/industry credentials for desired teaching position.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Teaching experience

Lab Assistant – Semester Contract – Part-time

RESPONSIBILITIES: This position requires technical services involving routine laboratory functions and laboratory preparation and clean up. Responsibilities include preparing and caring for laboratory supplies, materials, and equipment. Work is performed under general supervision of the Department Chair to support laboratory classes in the Natural Sciences Department.

QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree is required, either in science or with a strong lab science background.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Knowledge of basic laboratory principles, practices, and techniques.
  • Ability to use laboratory equipment.
  • Ability to perform assigned laboratory tasks according to prescribed procedures.
  • Knowledge of principles, basic methods, materials, techniques, and terminology of laboratory testing.
  • Knowledge of basic principles of biology and chemistry.
  • Ability to work well in a laboratory environment.

SALARY/BENEFITS: Pay is $17.00 – $22.00 per hour dependent upon experience. There are no benefits associated with this position.

Science Department Adjunct Positions Announcement

BIO 126/127 Human A and P I with lab

Course Description: This course is the first of a two-semester sequence that examines the basic principles of human anatomy and physiology. Structure-function relationships are examined at all levels throughout the course. Topics include anatomical terminology, cell structure and function, tissue organization and the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the special senses.

Lecture offered Mon/Wed 8:00-9:15 AM, Lab offered Wed 9:30 AM-11:20 AM

 

BIO 135/136 Human A and P II with lab

Course Description: This course is a continuation of Human Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO 126/127). This course
examines the structure/function relationships of the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune,
digestive, respiratory, urinary and reproductive systems. Additional topics include blood, cellular
metabolism, and water, electrolyte and acid-base balance.

Lecture offered Tues/Thurs 8:00-9:15 AM, Lab offered Thurs 9:30 AM-11:20 AM

 

BIO 230 Microbiology

Course Description: The biology of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, helminths and viruses will be presented, with an emphasis on those that impact humans. The structure, growth and metabolism of microbes will be examined
in the context of their physical, chemical and biological environment. Mammalian immunity
and antimicrobial methods will also be explored.

Lecture offered Tues/Thurs 1:15 PM-2:30 PM   Lab offered Tues 2:45 PM-3:40 PM

 

Science Department Adjunct Positions Announcement

BIO 126/127 Human A and P I with lab

Course Description: This course is the first of a two-semester sequence that examines the basic principles of human anatomy and physiology. Structure-function relationships are examined at all levels throughout the course. Topics include anatomical terminology, cell structure and function, tissue organization and the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems, including the special senses.

Lecture offered Mon/Wed 8:00-9:15 AM, Lab offered Wed 9:30 AM-11:20 AM

 

BIO 135/136 Human A and P II with lab

Course Description: This course is a continuation of Human Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO 126/127). This course
examines the structure/function relationships of the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune,
digestive, respiratory, urinary and reproductive systems. Additional topics include blood, cellular
metabolism, and water, electrolyte and acid-base balance.

Lecture offered Tues/Thurs 8:00-9:15 AM, Lab offered Thurs 9:30 AM-11:20 AM

 

BIO 230 Microbiology

Course Description: The biology of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, helminths and viruses will be presented, with an emphasis on those that impact humans. The structure, growth and metabolism of microbes will be examined
in the context of their physical, chemical and biological environment. Mammalian immunity
and antimicrobial methods will also be explored.

Lecture offered Tues/Thurs 1:15 PM-2:30 PM   Lab offered Tues 2:45 PM-3:40 PM

 


How do I submit my application?

APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Positions are available until filled. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, resume, YCCC Employment Application, official transcripts, and the names and telephone numbers of three (3) references to: cheroux@yccc.edu.

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York County Community College is an Equal Opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and non-discriminatory environment for all employees. We provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. For more information, please contact 207-216-4444.

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